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Waits .lills, I)ee. :.---Our hearts
were filled with sadness when the
news weit out -that Mrs. W. W. Griffil
was not. expected to live. Then t
heavy cloud(1 of sorrow %was cast over
-tI' (i eltire town anid 111con1iniilty cals
-ed ly her passing away oil Suniitay
-nihit, Nov. 2th. alter a lingering ill
n Hers. hl r tnaiVs we re Carried to
\'asiingtoni church near Pelzer oil
Tusarollowinig where interinlent
)t Ilaco. The fltiral srLvice was
IF SI CK TI
"Dodson's Liver Tone" Strai
Salivating, Dangerous Ca
You-Don't Lose a Day'.
I dist vered a1 Vegetable coruipounid
thal doe'; the. work orf dangerous,
sic ittailm, caloiollel and I wait every
rea-,d1r ofr thlis paper1 h. huy a1 bottle
fot a few venit, and if, it doesn't
taih n.youl tip hetter1 and quicker
Ihan salivating caltiantei juist go back
to 1!.j Stor, atld 4vt yo t; matty hack.
l g aranltee, thut min. ;I)oontful of
I)odson's 'Liver TmIt will mut your
sluggisht liver to work i:J cleani your
lhirty fv et. of bl'hwel) s of :he Sonr bile
and conistipat ion ion'. which is
clogging your System 11 andt maling yout
I guarantee that on)1" si.ooniful of this
harilmless liquid li iver 1m1(edicine twill
relieve the headaeli. hiliousness, coat
I will have 50 T
Arsenate for use in
make deliveries from J
contract in quantities <
ment of 20 per cent.
parties. Prices are ad
W. G. LA
-The CW Batter3
(Wood .Separator) hai
quality plates, selecte<
cedar wood separators
Built right, of all new
-Easily the best low
~priced battery you cai
Sizes to fit all cars.
- (WOOD SE
conducted by her present pastor, Rev.
J. A. Mtartin.
She leaves to mourn her departure:
a widowed imother, Mrs. Sallie Corbin,
of Greenville, and the following broth
ers and sisters: Mr. Guy Corbin, of
Pelzer, anid ., I.irnest Corbin, of
Greenville; Mrs. W. G. Cox, of Green
ville: 'Mrs. J. 11. Trotter, of P~elzer, and
iMrs. .1. F. Lee, of Walhalla. She also
leaves her husband, .lr. W. W. Grif
finl, and the following children: \lMrs.
C. B. Price, of Greeniwood: W. K., W. C.
and C. I,. Griflln and Misses Vera. 11ar
old and Kate, all of Watts Mills, to
geth er with a large host of othe rela
tives and nimerous friends who ex
ghtens You Up Better Than
lomel and Doesn't Upset
(,( tongu1e, :1g1e, mlalaria, souir stomalch,
or any other distress cals (l)y I
torpid liver as giickly is a dose of
I vile. na u ise at ilg (Ualomel. besides it will
not imake you sick or keep you from a
Calomell is; poisonl -ACS merculry-- it
attalk s tIle bones often ca using rhen
mia tism. Caloiel is dangerous. It
siCkelns- -while iy Dodson's aiver
Tonie is safe, ':Ileasalnt and harm less.
l'at. anything afterwards. because it
can not salivate. Give it to the chil
drei hecan se it doesint' upset the stom
aclh or shock the liver. Take a sioon
ful tonight and wake ilp feeling fine
and ready for a full day's work.
ons Standard Calcium
Laurens County. Can
anuary on. Will sub
of 500 lbs up on pay
deposit to responsible
vancing rapidly. Place
Other sizes at
e Battery Co.
tend their deepest sympathy.
Mrs. Griffin some months ago un
derwent a very painful operation In
a -hospital in Spartanburg. Though
seemingly improved, she never re
gained her strong health. A. few (lays
previous to her- death her condition
-became alarming and she was carried
to the local hospital in 12aurcns and
underwent another operation. Then a
conmplication set in from which she
never regained consciousness.
Mrs. 'Griffn was 46 years of age. She
was widely known here having been
engaged for a linumber of years as
seamstress at this place. She 'was a
woman of intelligence and great in
dustry, posse ssing a CI'lristian clarac
ter. She was a fond and loving daugli
ter. a mulOIch d('voi'd Comn panlfoi,
faithful and affectionate mother. 1Her
mani1y pleasan t words of cheerfulness,
lier many acts of kindness will ever
let clierislied in the minds of those who
knew her. She will be greatly miased
in our missionary society and also in
tle Baptist (-iircl of which,she has
)evi a faithful member since lier girl
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Su1lphur11 Spring-', Dee. -1--j.ohn
C. Smiti and family visited Mr. W. W.
Fowler last Sinlday. NMr. Fowler has
a light attack ot' lronchial pneumonia
and all hope to see him up1i and out
liss Lydia Ml cPheron0 was a Sunday
Visitor to tei -.\lisses Chapiman, of Cold
.i. V. i. Martin made a business
visit to Narnie Saturday.
Guss Chapian visited his friend,
W. D. McPherson, Saturday night.
Rev. E. W. Davis tilled his regular
appointment at \It. -Pleasant Sunday
afternoon and Ireached a good sermon
to an appreciatire congregation.
The largest oat crop in the history
of our comnmunity and a fair acreage
of wheat have been planted. Both
crops are upi and looking well.
With the exception of the same bad
holes and a few small bridges, our
roads are in good condition.
Hog killing seems to be the order of
the day just now and some very fine
porkers were slain last week during
tile cold spell.
Mliss Louise 1Saxon wno is teaching
tills session in Lake City, spent
Thanksgiving and uutil Sunday with
hlomefolks. We are always glad to see
Louise, as her sunny face and cheer
ful disposition seems to enliven all
whom she lleets.
'We extend ottr heartfelt sympathy
to the bereaved family in the death of
their mother, Mrs. Laura J. Whatton,
Under the Lprincipalship of Miss Ag
nes Martin and Mrs. Neva Fowler, pri
mary teacher, iwith Mrs. Freeman
Brown, assistant, our school at Mt.
iPleasant is progresring nicely and
there are few communities that can
boast of as good a school as we have
here. Seventy-lve enrolled and more
\Ve wish to extend our thanks to
scver'al (of our1 nle.ighbors5 for a gener
Ouls amhiount of fresh sausage.
Mr'. Clarence Cannon and family, of
Clinton, visited their plarents Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs..J. W. Cannon.
. .i oe W. Saxon and wvife, and
their sister, Miss .Jessie Saxon spent
Sunday afternoon with friends in
There' ispeahn att. Pleasant
ing at 8 o'clock, and third Sunday
nmornling att 11l o'clock. Rev. E. W.
~i :avis, !IastorII. Sunday .School ever'y
Sunday at it) o'clock: 1. Y. P. iT. Sun
d (ay night att 7:30 o'clock. Everybody
is invited to) atteind these services as
thier'e is always something good- for
those5 who coimet.
-Mr'. 'William Iltuffman, awho has a
-building contract in Lancaster, came
home11 to spend Thanksgiving with hut
On last Wednesday at, two o'clock,
N ov. 29th1 the death angel called to
his reward our friend and neighbor,
Mr. 'I!. T. Nelson. 'lie had becen in
tailIng hiealt h filr sevei'al -weeks,
thlough not1 consider'ed serious; then
blood pilson set in~ which was -the~
cause or his immilediafte death. i.
Nelson was eighty-three years of age.
lie was raised and lived all of is life
in this limmediate neighborhood, ex
ccolt fotur years lhe spent/inl tihe de
fense of ils counttry in the war :be
tween tile states, and it 'was said of
imi never' a better soldier went to the
front. 'lie came home at tihe surren
der' and1 was nlever' wotunded. -ic wVas
laid to) rest in the Mt. Pleasant come
tery at 3 o'clock Thanksgiving Day.
SOme)thing singular is that his only
brother' was <buried in the same ceme
tery on Trhankisgiving, 1981, just one
year ago, and at the same hour. Mr.
Nelson -is survived by flye sons and
one daughter: IFuller' Nelson, of
Greensboro, N. C.; airs. Mattie Nelson,
of Woodruff; Adolphlus Nelson, of
Hickory Tavern; Movi, James C.
and Heonry T,, of Waterloo, A oo04
eSaa hae pAa804 and gone end alti tlpOlr
frion4a n'mnathza urit the famtie? lk
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