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Lanford, Dec. i l.-vThe much dread
ed elpldemic of flu has visited our coin
Ilunity and somen members of 4almost
every family have suffered from the
effects of it, but we hope the worst is
over and all will soon be well as us
James -ilarlan, the little 18 months
old son of 31r. and Mrs..lienry Harlan,
was builed Satrday in the Baptist
cemetery. The little one had been
sick for ,several days w'1ith pneumonin,
but. was thought to :be improving nll
til the (lay before lie died. The be
reaved family have the syimpathy of
'Mrs. l'thel Lanford delightfully en
tertained the teachers last Saturday.
-Mr. 'oule -Lanford is at home until
after the Christmas holidays to visit
Mr -1. T. Higgins,is -to open up a
new mercantile business real 'soon.
The st6re room Is vacant and ready
for goods iwhich ,are 4xpected to ar
ilve for the Christmas trade.
Messrs. Fred -'D. Cox and Toy-Woods,
members of the faculty of Spartan
Academy .were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C.' D. Cox 6ne /day last week.
M1is. -Jennie Burgess has returned
to her school work at 'Blenheim in
Marlboro county after a -pleasant visit
to Mrs. C. L. Waldrep. 11er friends
and former' pupils were glad to soe
We enjoyed the article on the dedi
cation of Central new school build
ing, in last week's issue and rejoice
with onr neighbors that they are en
joytng;- the convenienchs 'of an up-to
dAe bhiilding. ':We ldh' foi thet -ei
ery sMlccess in their efforts for the
good of their school and community.
Mr. J. a. Fleming attetided the
*'hriners meeting In Greenville last
Mr. 'Herman (Layton, of Anderson,
was in our midst last rweek greeting
friends andi old acquaintances of,hli
'boyhood days, after an absence o
about thirty Years,
Wfr. 'Oharlie Thomas and family, 0
California, are on a visit to. relativew
here. His father, Mr. W. A. Thomas
is still very sick and it is a great com
fort to have all his children near binr
in his suffering.
'Mrs. Othelia J. Payne, is in St
Petetsburg, Florida, spending the win.
ter with her sister, Mrs. T. L. Harney
In order to get the
so anybody who bi
30x3%/ (6 ply) ..
(Miss Lottle 'Lee iLangston, of Foun-.
tain Inn, is visiting her sister,- Mrs.'
J. T. Patterson.
Rev. C. B. IPrince has accepted the
paistorgte at -present for 'the Baptist
church here, and all are delighted to
have him and his noble wife in our
midst and leading the church in this
'We have just received toe announce
nent\of the otigagement and approach
Ing marriage of one of our teachers,
Miss Jennie (Luicindar 'Werts, to Mr.
.fbhn Cobb Marshall, the marriage to
take 'place at the home of the bride's
parents, 'ir, and Mrq. J. R. Werts, in
Ninety -Six. on \Thursday, 'December
Miss Werts is the onlf daughter, a
graduate of G. W. C., glass 1922, and
a young'lady of rare accomplishnients
and charming personality, with a ,spe
cial gift of making frJelids. She has
won thb hearts of 6oth' teachers and
pupils together with patotns and oth
er admiring friends who r,egret very
much to give her up.' She lias' ten
dered her resignation to the trustees
to take effect Christmas. 'Mr. Mar
shall is a successful traveling man
gnd holds a responsible position with
a reliable firm in Greenville iwhere
they iwill make their future home. We
extend our hearty congratulations and
our very best .wishes will follow this
happy young couple
The Rural Improvement associa
tion will meet Friday afternoon at 3 .30
Everybody is invited to be present.
Presiding Elder Fairy preached at
the M, E. church Sunday afternoon.
The quarterly meeting was held at
Sandy Springs. '
Mr. and Mrs. Laurens' Patterson and
several of the children are sick with
the flu this week.
"Ristorical Evening" of U. D. C.
Marked by Address of Piedmoni
I Greenwood, iDec. 7.-A brilliant ad
dress by J.- Rion McKissick, editor 01
the Greenville Piedmont in which he
paid tribute to the leaders and prin
ciples of the Southern Confederacy
marked "historical evening" of the
26th annual convention of the Soutt
Carolina division, United Daughters ol
the Confederacy, in session here.
A large number of inedal winneri
and prize awards from various chap.
ters were announced at the close 01
Lke Mt. Vesuvius
renowned Federal Cord
iys tires at all can buy F
E PENNANT CORD
CORD TIRES FOR TRI
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the program late tonight.
The program tonight was in charge
of Mrs. J. H, West, of Nowberry, di
vision historian. Mrs. West made a
.plea for an aakcening to the need of
correcting the histories used in South
ern schools and declared that the
South was too complaie'ei and non
tent with the inaccurate and unfair
histories used by many schools.
The 'report of the educational. com
mittee was made by 'Mm.. Mary -.
Williams, of York, late this afternoon.
The report showed that -tho, South
Carolirla division now has a tptal of
35 scholarships, value -at $4,162 an
nually and distributed among practi
cally all of the colleges of the state.
Twen.ty four of these scholarships are
supported by chapters, Two scholar
ships from the hero fund - have been
awarded to the South Carolina divis
ion this year, and Seven' new' cha'p
ter scholarships have been added.
Ollicitils stpted that the educational
work of the U. D.' C. in South Caro
lina had shown encouraging j)rogress
A map of Pete.rsburg, Virgini,
bearing the signature of General
Lee, and a rare quilt made to- repre
sent the Confederate States, were
presented the Confederate museuin in
I*chmond by the Winnie,1Davis chap
ter of York.
Mrs. X. R. Legai'e, state leader of
the children of the Confederacy, re
ported that 'four now chapters had
been added and that the organization
was showing rapid growth.
A resolution was adopted by the
convention, requesting the legislature
to restore the appropriation for con
federate veterans pensions to $600,
000 -as it was prior to th 890sion of
tbe -ltglislature of 1922,, when It was
reduced to $600,000,
Third Nomination for South Caro
Unian. Dial Renews Fbight.
Washington, 'Dec. 9.-The president to
day returned the nqmination of Jo
seph W. Tolbert, to be nmarshal of the
Western district of South 'Carolina, to
the senate. Senator N. 0B. Dial of
South Carolina,. who has~ fought the
nomination of Tolbert, will continue to
fight, it is announced tonight. The sen
ator is hopeful that the subcommittee
considering the nomination iwill report
it adversely and thus make unn*ces
sary a bitter .fight In the senate. 'The
Erupting We Are
distributed all over Law
ederals. This is an oppo
OUR SIZE AND ORE
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)olief here is that Tolbert will never
iWashington, *I)ec. 9.-.loseph WV. Tol- I
)ert, who was noninated today for a 8
third time by President Ilarding to be I
Urniied -States nimarshal for the Western I
lst rict of SoIth Carolina. enn not Ie
'uie the duties o' that oflice, which
lie filled for some weeks under a re
css appointment that expired when
it failed of conifl'nmation in the speelal
session of congress, eiding Monday,
until his nomination is conflrmed by i
the senate, according to opinions ex- -
1ressed here tolay in well lifornied
iarters. In the ieantire, Nelson it.
(reene, lThemocrat, who succeeded rol
bert by appointient of Federal Judge
ii. 11. Watkins, having been sworn in
at. Anderson, S. C., early this week,
will continue to act as marshal. Opini
ion to tis effect is based on precedents,
it was explaild.
Tolbert, Republican executive coin
initteemant fron this state, was nom
inated by President Harding to the
marshalship at the last regular ses
sion of congress. 'Senator Dial of
South Carolina opposed confurination
in the senate, urging the charge that
the nominee had been convicted in the
courts andwas ineligible. le succeed
ed -in preventing the nomination being
After adjournment of congress, -Pres
ident 'Harding tendered Tolbert a re
cess appointment, under which he was
sworn in and assumed the duties of
marshal. This appointment failed of
confirmation when the senate took up
a large number of presidential nomi
nations on the last day of the special
Following announcement today that
,thie president had,,apin noP4I4tkdthe:
.Republican committeetnan, Senator
Dial announced that the fight against
confirmation would be resumed.
Judge Watkins, in appointing
Greene, who is a former sheriff of An
derson county, acted upon the advice
of IDistrict Attorney Ernest F. Coch
ran to the effect that he had -been in
formed by the attorney general of the
United States that the judge had the
authority to fill a vacancy existing un
der these circumstances, according to
reports received here.
If your stomach is out of order or
distressed no matter from what
cause, Mi-O-Na stomach tablets will
give instant relief in case of indiges
tion acute or chronic, or money back.
Guaranteed by Laurens 'Drug Coin
Exploding Prices C
ens County, we have put
rtunity that tire buyers s
ER IN PERSON OR
il Tires 30x3 Tra
vice and 32x3%/Ext
ieconds e 313% Fa
nteed by 303 -.
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der Co. All
Irove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
:nergy and Vitality by Purifying and
;nriching the Blood. When you feel its
trengthening, invigorating effect, see how
t brings color to the cheeks and how
t improves the appetite, you 'will then
ippreciate its true tonic value.
,rovo's Tasteless chili Tonic is- simply
ron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
>leasant even children like it. The blood
xeeds QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
,rip germs by its Strengthening, Invigor
iting EffecL 60c.
Is at Preseription for Colds, Fever
and -La(q'rippe. It's the most
speedy reiedy we know, pre
I See Our I
)n Automobile Tir
N L Y
the prices down to the
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S6ven a little
helps to free you from that cold
and eases the coughing. See
directions on bottle for relieving
congestion, soothing inflamed,
scratchy throats. Banish :hat
cold. Now - don't risk your
health through sheer neglect
ask your druggist for
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level of other tires,
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e Our Price
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