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* OMSS IIA :W8s *
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eO" Mill, Oct. N-4- Mr. S. D. Aus
tin 'mnl 'son, Ernest 1%)y and 'Mr. J. A.
OMandtor spent 'I'lMrsday in Green
XA. J. 1.. Miller'Mhas returned from a
busiess trip to !6lunbla.
-Miss carle West spent last week
,end with home Tolks at Newberry.
BSE SLOAN'S TO
EASE LAE BACKS
"'Y OU cani't do your best when
your b4ick and every muscla
aches v ith fatigue.
Apply Skan's Liniment freely, wij..
out rubbing, and enjoy a penetrative
glow of warmth and comfort.
Good for rheumatism, neuralgia,
sprains and strains, aches and pains
sciatica, sore muscles, stiff joints and
the after effects of weather exposure.
For forty years pain's enemy. Ask
your neighbor. Kcep Sloun's handy.
At all druggists-35c, 70c, $1A0.
-il WHO LOOKS 8&FUXE .MA LIVAP9 aWU
Next time yoi
the back steps,
drips down ar
insist on genui
and no substitutes
the repair jobs tl
one the last repair:
Often the mediun
exactly the thing f
repairing, or for r
where Cypress wa
place. "Buy the'G
It will cut your costs,
will give you honest:
Write us for list of FREI
Southern Cypress N
253 Graham Building, Jace
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL SUP
H ASN'T ENOUGIICYPRESS LET U
Styles to Suit Every
i Prices are f
North Side of Square
A aumbor,%T young t' Vmiit 'to
Grolnville iiday to witnjssdeClem
son-Furman tootba-ll game.
Quito a ;hatnber oft <ur (.ltzens .ar
Uttending 'tho Pied.mosA. fr at Oreen
LMr. C. 40. !-111 e'u& fanftiiy, of Gas
tonia, N. 4Z., are wildtors'Iva town.
Mr.'S. (A. Brdn. Vs %YiAtting; ti'latives
iMr. Popo Hf11 abid fAnily, of- Colum
bl'tit- visiting *1ume!V>lks.I
Mr. John tBryaon irnd tide, 4V
-Motm'lville, - aye w16h. M1r. nd Mmo
l'loyd Speartmit:.fora visit.
A kdeep w-il* is bblug placed onfilhe:
sclhool groaUs wfilh when completi
'ell, we hope < will 'firnish our sc'hodl
'Ntn plenty of godd' w-ater.
'The ptutc Is 1? vitod to a TIl
lowe'en paity to* be given at the scloin
building vinP 'ifdd.3 night, Oct. 28t. A
'mnall admission will be charged to
i1d the boys' AtRlutics.
Mr. ,L4nnilon Receder, of Campolfello,
's visitlrg relAtives here.
Mrs. 1BilgIe'Lehman leaves today for
a visit 'o relatklves in Atlanta.
Mr. G. M.~11nna, J1. S. P11uson- and
W. I. 'Fuller leave today for Chatta
nooga, 'Ten., .o attend the reunion of
.1. C. Burns & Co. sell' sanyi goods
for less moiuncey. 1oll, lot '01rn roll.
Burns says, "Sell 'em!"
FLS-OFCYPRMVAND BUILDS FOR (KKAKP'."
i have to patch
where the water
d rots '?em out,
. (Why not abolish
is way? Make each
job in just that spot.)
i or lower grades aie
or these odd jobs of
mn't used in the first
rade that fits the job."
Your nearest retail yard
advice. *So -will we.
I PLANS ifor farm buildings.
frs.'Assn. 't:".g '.t
PLY YOU. F' HE
A Shipmnent of
ge, Velvets, Silks, Crepe
Chines, in all leading
des, mostly navy blue.
scial for this week
698 to $14.98
Matron and Miss, and
Next to Switier Company
oMAU6HU COMNENBB . 9
MUTUAL 4VVU INS. CO. 'I
AbbevItll-Greenwood Matual Fire In- 1
samr Asoda1ten Now In Good 1
Oon8MLon, Accordihig to Reports. t
Gemenrwood Index-ourrnal. t
Thx- Abbeville-Greenwood Mutual
Phinsurance asstbation has report
ed -to Insurance (ummissioner McMa-i
him'that it. has ah-eady collected from 1
Its aunnual assesatnent upon its inem
-iers .suflicient nun'ds to pay all indebt
edness to date and provide a sur
iMus to cover 4epenses and losses for
iseveral monthWto come, according to 1
the following from the Columbia
State. TIhere is still aconsiderable
sum ,to 'be collected and consequently
the comnpany is in fine shape, Mr. Mc
Mahan said yesterday.
"I feel that a public announcement
of this situation Is desirable because
there bad been sone criticism of this
county mutual for its inability to pay
promptly its fire losses the past sum
mer," Mr. AlcMahan said. "The com
pany had been iII the habit of borrow
ing all that was needed to meet fire
losses through the spring and summer
and making its assessmetn in the fall
to pay aill obligations and furnish a
fund to run on for only a part of the
following year, depending upon neow
borroivings each spring. The abnor
inial financial situation the past *year
,prevented Its obtaining the usual
loans an( its farimer mellbers Were in
no condition to respond to an assess
ment in the summer time and wisely
none was made. Consequently it was
forced to ask claimants to accept 90
day notes and to await cash paymnents
until the fall," the commissioner said.
"Any impairnient of faith in a local
farmers' mutual organization would
be very hurtful to the development of
that multiform cooperation which is
being preaclied and in many countries
and states practiced as the salvation
of farmers in modern conditions. I
am exceedingly glad, therefore, that
this farmers' mutual has successfully
pulled through the most critical period
in its -history.
"The law of this state makes a
farmers' mutual fire association abso
luitely sound* in that the Insured
property is by statute subjected to a
lien In the nature of a mortgage to
secure payment of a pro rata assess
ment that may be called for by the
association. There can hardly be any
better security than this," the coi
* NARNI!E NEWS
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Narnie, Oct. 24.-The farmers of thi
section are most through picking cot
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Craddock motore&
to Pelzer Saturday.
Mr. W. E. Caldwell is visiting hit
sister at Princeton.
Mrs. Essie Terry spent last weel
with her daughter twho Is sick in Iau.
- 'Mr. J. D). Terry, of G'ray Court, spen
"Thursday with Mr. Eugene Caldwell.
Mr. andl Mrs. W. E. 'Caldwell am
little (laughter, Mary, spent last Sun
day in Gray Court 'with her sister, Mrs
~Mrs. Mary Powers has returne<
home after two months' stay with hei
son, Mr. 'Robert Powers, in Blacks
Miss Gladys Godfrey spent a fev
-(days with Misses Clara and Janie Cald
twell, last wveek.
Mr. andl Mrs. Earl Knight and littl
daughter, Mary -1suiise, spent last Sun
(lay afternoon with her father, 'Mr. W
Miss .\ary Boydl, one of the .Narnie
larksdale school teachers, wvas calle<
home Thursday on account of the ill
niest1 of heri mother.
Mr. 'W. B. Knight and family mo
toredl to Green'wood Sunday.
Mr'. i'ugene Caldwell spent last Sun
(lay withl Mr. B. 'L. Dodd1(, of Clinton.
* I1ANFORDI STATION NEWS
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Lanford, Oct. 24.-.Rev. C. B. Princt
of Enoree, preached at the Baptis
church Sunday afternoon. A larg'
congregation wvas present to hear hin
lHe and his family nyere dinner guest
at the hoopitable home of Mr. T. M'
Mrs. T. A. Druimmond, 'Mrs. J. E
Higgins, Mr's. J. M. Fleming, Mrs. C. 1
'Waldrep and Mirs. C. D. Cox attendle
an all-day meeting of the Missionar
Un'ion and Rural Improvement Asso
clation of Trinity-Ridge school las
Thursday at the home of Mr's. Carria
George. They enjoyed extremely ev
ery phase of the work and the beauti
fuul and suystematllc way they have c
carrying it on.
Miss Wylie, principal of Trinity
,Tidgo school, was the week-end gues
of her friend, Miss Anna Footman.
Miss Pearle Chapman, of F'ountail
Inn, delighted her former pupils an
patrons with a visit, spending th
week-end with Miss .Nina Lewis.
SAll the teachers with their guest
were charmingly entertained w'hil
ore by Mi's. J. M, Fleming and Mrs,
Next Saturday afternoon the Wo
tan's Missionary society expects to
Uve a special meeting and requests,
hat all come and bring soneone iwith
Miss )aisy Allen, of Spartanburg,
vill make an address bn Missionary
Vor'k Sunday morning und a Mr. Dorsy
vill orenci in the afternoon at the
Mr. Richard iloore and fanyily, of
Arcadia, Mrs. Vernim and Misses Ruth
ind Nannie May 'Lanford spent Sun
lay with their parents, Mr. and 31rs.
U. J. Lanford.
Capt. .1. W. 41onford and Mr. Mel
Fleming left Monday morning for
Chattanooga, where they 'will attend
the old soldiers' ioCn1IIO0i.
Mr. hlomer Ferguson, of West. Point,
Ga., visited his sister, Mrs. J. S. Ilig
gins, last Sunday.
Mrs. Suo Anderson, Airs. BcsE
The riew sugai
which e versbod
likes-y ou wilL
chic. They are
are 80 delightful
they are irresistil
Teag-ue, and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bobo,
of ILaurens, were recent guests of 'Mrs.
0. F. Fowler and their visit cheered
her 8o much that she is about well
That will a
O K A----N
~sadMis' Coats $15 w
Laurens, S. C.
GOOD PLACE TO TI
According to an old folklore belief,
as long as Death stands at the foot of
a sick person's bed he may recover I
but If Death stands at the head there
is no hope of recovery.
W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
Dealers in everything for the geme
The largest and best equipped mon
mental mills In the Carolna.
REENWOOD, - - S. C.
A delicious Peppermint
avored sugar Jacket around
'mint flavored chewing gum
Id Your appetite and diges
Your teeth and Moistem
nderfully smart and
Sand trimming, but
ectly fashioned that
preferred and lend
fa~ rics of the sea
.00 to $39.75
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