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BARKSDALE NEWS
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Barksdale, Dec. 4.- in riday night,
December 1, Mrs. Al. B. Abrams, of
Barksdale, gave the '13. Y. P. U7. of
Highland Home a tacky party. After
an interesting time of games, fruits,
peanuts and candy were served by
Mrs. Cklace Langston and Mrs. N. B.
Abramni. Those enjoying the party
were Misses Louise Munter, Mlamic
Butler, Remell Reid, Nell Burts, Es
ther Craddock, Nell Cheek, Mattie Lou
DeShields, Maggie VD. Knight. iEthel
Polt and Dewic Bialentine; -Messrs. Ray
Traynham, Charlie Knight, Willie
South, W. '%. Myers, J. 13. DeShields,
Ross Cook, Tom Hurts, Alton Baldwin,
Drewey Baldwin, Wilmon Baldwin.
1Eugene and Charles .Johnson of Gray
Court, an(l NIr. aIn .I. rs. Elmer lHald
win, Mir. and 'Mace langston, and
little daughter Catherine.
Miss Remell Reid and Charles John
son won the prize for being the tacki
est ones.
Rev. J. A. Martin tilled his regular
appointment at 'Highland Home Sun
day.
The 1i. Y. P. U. of 'li 'nd home
are planning to have a public meet
ing the 4th Sunday, which will be
Christmas Eve.
EM ALLOQ.G~gituDECLAiQ4E1MArOYPIIIL'BIN
W.LV.L SIM"SO. QAM:SY %vmLAcE.rEIA6 QI
IN. A STUPENDOUS DAAMA OF LIFE
lHUHAbI'mHEART
UNIVFRSAL- I
PRINCESS THEATRE
Th1uinrsday and Friday
Prices 1,11 anld3c
Books for
Christmas
New Copyrights
and Juveniles
Popular Editions
__75c
A Large Assortment
of Books for the
Children
LB. Blackwell
Printer
Stationer
Bookseller
Opposite Post Office
Lauren,, S. C.
What Time
Is It?
C'a,, you tell w'hat lime ii
really is by your watch?
Whyr buy ii good wcatch
and get the service of a
cdecap one -by neglecting iti
ven a medium grade
wtc~th will give medim
g frade time if cleanled and
oiled when needed.
* A high grade watchi will
* give high grade time only
when igivyen h igh grade ser
vmce.
FOR :H1I11 GRbADE
WNfI'OII -SERVICE
Tiake Your Watch to
W. H. OUGH
LAURE . S. C.
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IN THE PIHILLIPINES *
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Mr. L. -. Dolt has received the fol
lowing letter from his son, Lieut, Le
land Bolt, who has been stationed in
tie Phillipiles for the past year but
who has more recently been trans
erred to China:
Pt. McKinley'
Oct. 17, 1922.
Dear Papa:
I just returned a few days ago from
i wonderful trip to the Southern Is
ands. Once during our tour we are
Miowed to make this trip on detached
ervice and as I am leaving the P. 1.
tery soon, I took advantage of it. The
;ea was very calm and peaceful in
iite of the fact that tile China Sea
. well known for -being wild and
voolly during typhoon season. We
vent to Zamboauga which is on the
sland of Mindanao and not very far
rom Borneo. We have a post there
nd it is about the prettiest post in
he whole army, right on the water
nd built around the old Spanish fort
t. Pilar.
Windanao is inhabited by Moros, a
,ather tlerce tribe but they prefer the
rotection of the U, S. rather than in
tependence for they don't like the
)ther IPhilipino tribes. They are all
\lohammedans and they wear the little
-ed cap like the Turks, in fact it re
ninds we more of Turkey than the P.
.. I went. out to some of the villages
vhere only Moros live and it is quite
nteresting to see them. They are
arger than the F'ilipinos and quite
lerce when angered. Back in the re
noto parts some of them are still head
uinters, but I didn't get quite that
ar from civilization.
The Noros are very fond of the
>rightest and loudest colors that they
-a-n obtain and they make beautiful
.able covers and similar articles. The
,vomen's dresses are a rare sight. They
Xveave a square pliee of cloth made
11) of every (olor inagiinable and wrap
tround themselves for a dress.
C'ailbo is certainly a beautiful little
>lace and is quite more tropical than
\laiila, it Is just lined .with cocoanut
alills and other trees Imiaking a very
tense shade and the climiate is prefer
0)le to .ianila even though it is just
thenit seven delgrecs from tihe equator.
I don't think though that I would like
.o be stationed there for good, it's too
ong between boats.
.I ami to leave for China the 15th of
'ovecber, but in the meantime I want
o go to haguio the mountain prov
nce which has a delightful cool, some
Aies cold climate. It Is in northern
biuzon and we are allowed to spend
:mle mlonthi there during our tour to re
ute,:crate from the hot sun, or what
Wver ailment one possesses. The 11101111
ain tribes are quite distinctive too, the
gorotes, they too do not like the Fili
Aino, who belong mostly to the Tagalog
ribe. I can tell you more about them
when I get there, which I iwant to do
ibout the 18th.
Trouble in China seems to be pick
ig up so I may get to see a little ex
aitemierkt whlenl I arrive but the trou
ale with thle ':hlinos is that they have'
~o call their war off when someone
)elcnlging to ano(therl nation wvants to
;o by or near the scene of action amnd
they must stop In the afternoon in
Lime for tea also. If they keel)> on
Ighting, as it were somebody might
;et accidlently killed.
Best wishes to all,
Lelan d.1
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Cross 1H111, Dec. *.-'IThanksgiving
passed very quietly In otur town. Ser
vices were held at thle Bapltist church
in the morning condtucted b~y Rev. WV.
D). Ratchford.
Mr. J. J. Workman has returned
from a third operation at the Green
wood hospital. Owing to his advanced
ago he has remaIrkable vitality and isi
improvin g.
Mfr. Alex Brown of GIreenville,
spent Thanksgiving with ionmefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Datijel, of Green
wood, spent last week-end with rela
tives in town.
Misses Vivi and Elise Nance, of
the Ware Shboals school faculty are
with -Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Nance for a
few days.
Miss Myrtle Black, who is a student
at Greenwood Gluuiness coliege, Is at
home.
Rev. Jamesm Bradley and family, of
Hlartvell, Ga., are guests of relatives
here,
!Mr. 'Robert Epting and famIly, of
Newberry, are with Mr. and Mrs. R.
D. Brown for Thanksgiving.
Mr. S. J. Walker, of Wellington,
Ala., has arrived to assume his duties
as nikht oerator for the Western Un..
ion at this place.
Mrs. P. N. Boozer, of our cmmnuni
ty is qumite ill at her home.
'Mt's. IiDona Smith explects to leave in
a few days for Coluitibia to spenid the.
winter with relatives.
iss OzeliayHarmon, of the 'Lexing
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Toys!_Toys!_Toys
Benchoff's
5 & 10c Store
If You Want to See Santa Claus
Come to Our Store
We have the largest and most complete line of Toys as
has ever been shown in this town, and as large a display
as the large city stores carry..
We can fill any orders for Xmas trees for Sunday
School or School Teachers and will be glad to give them
a special discount of 10 per cent.
We have a large line of pretty Dolls, Tea Sets, Books,
Games, Horses, Drums, Xmas decorations of all kinds.
Our second floor is just packed with toys and we want
you to pay us a visit and look them over.
BUY EARLY as we will have more time- to show you
what we have, and you will have more time to pick out
what you want. So come early before the rush comes.
.BENHOFF S
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