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NKWS PROM UABUN
Three Deaths in One Week?Educational
Rally? Revs, Pianl and Dcrieux
Rabun, Sept. 12.?Cotton is opening
fast and everybody is at work now gath
ering the fleecy staple.
Quite a large congregation was pres
ent at tiie Sunbeam entertainment held
at Uabun Sept. Ith. The exercises by
the children were fine. The crowd was
then addressed by Dr. Derieux, of
Greenville, who made a tine talk on the
difference between a manly man and a
manish man, a womanly woman and a
womanish woman. The afternoon was
altogether a good one and enjoyed by
The regular services were held at
Uabun Saturday and Sunday conducted
by the pastor.
11 has been announced that the church
will observe Oct. 3rd as orphans' day
in which to give their earnings to these
dear little children whose fathers and
mothers have preceded them to the.
ether world and left them for Christian
people to care for. It is hoped that all
will observe this day.
Miss Lou Mahon was laid to rest in
the old family graveyard, situated a
quarter of a n ile above Uabun, last
Saturday, 5th. The services were con
ducted by Lev. E. (\ Watson. Miss
Mahon is survived by three brothers,
Messrs. William, Thomas and Bailey
Mahon, id' Green villc, and one sister,
Mrs. Sallie Martin, of Fountain Inn.
I ouis, the three-year-old boy of Mr.
.lohn Henry Tumbling, was buried at
Uabun on Tuesday. Sept. Sth. This lit
tle one suffered an attack of croup,
from which he died. The sympathy of
the community is with the sorrowing
Many went from this section to the
W. M. U. meeting at Chestnut Ridge
on Tuesday and Wednesday of this
An educational rally was held at Ra
bun Thursday, Sept. 10th. A very good
congregation was present. The morn
in r address was made by Dr. 10. M.
l'oteat, presidentof Furmanuniversity.
Dinner was then served on the grounds.
After an hour's recess the crowd re
mblcd in the church to hear fine
addresses by Rev. W. E. Thayer, Rev.
E. C. Watson and Key. Joseph Piani,
from Italy. This rally was held for the
benefit of Furman.
On the same day of the educational
rally a burying took place at Rabun.
This time it was an aged lady, Mrs.
Marguerite Chasteen, who lived an
humble Christian life, and was
ready when death came. The services
were conducted by Rev. Dubose and
Rev. E. C. Watson. Mrs. Chasteen is
survived by one son, Mr. Walker Chas
teen, and ? sister, Miss Cynthia Ma
Mr. H. Nicholas, Photograher.
Mr. H. Nichols, formerly of Green-!
wood, is now installed in his new art'
gallery on West Main street facing the
Southsrn Pxpress office. The gallery
wa3 constructed for his especial use,
and is well adapted to Iiis work. Mr.
Nichols' family have now joined him;
at present they are boarding at Mrs.
Clarke's, but on Octobor 1st, they will
occupy the present residence of Mr.
Frank Taylor on Jones street.
For a Sprained Ankle.
A sprained ankle may be cured ill
about one-third the time usually re
quired by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Balm freely ami giving it absolute rest.1
For sale by Laurens Drug Co.
Air. Fcatiicrstonc in Columbia.
Mr. Jas. Hoyl lias the following in
reference (?> I.aureus' favorite son:
"Mr. C. C. Foatherstono, of Laurens,
I spent several hours in the city today Oil
his way to Bamberg, where lie will to
morrow deliver an address before tho
State Tomperance convention. Mr.
Featherstone is encouraged by the
? prospect of voting' out the dispensary
I In Laurens county at the election to be
! held in November, although Laurens
has always boon regarded as a dispen
"Strongest in the World
for the South, and Strongest
in the South for the World."
Bo sure and call at our i tore one day
S. M. & E. II. Wil . & Co. "
State of South C iroiina,
COL' NTV OF UNJ N,
COUNT OK COMMON' PLEAS.
J. W. Norwood, Plaintilf, VS. Macbeth
In obedience to an order mado Jit*
above stated case I will sell at Laurens,
before the Court House door, during the
legal hours of sale, on salcsduy, Oct.
6th, 1908, the following lands, viz: All
those tract/, pieces or parcels of land
lying, being land situated in the county
(if Laurens, [in the State of South Caro
lina, in Hunter Township, and known
as the ".Iihn L. young's Sallie B.
Young tract," the. other tract being
known as tno "Grandfather tract and
the Meadow tract," containing two
hundred and fifty-six and one-halt acres,
tho said tract 1/aving been conveyed to
me by Luuryns G. Young, Macbeth
Young and Susan .lane Woher by their
deed dateq/oth Nov., 1905, and having
such shapes metes and bounds as will
more fully appear by reference to plats
of same, dated Nov. 24th, 1891, said
plats made by John L. Young.
TERMS OF SALL.
One half cash, and the balance on a
credit of one year from day of sale,
credit portion secured by bond of the
purchaser and a mortgagoof the prem
ises sold with leave to pay all cash,
C. II. PEA KB,
Master for Union County.
DELICIOUS BANANA CREAM.
Thio rcolpo Is highly reooinmciKleil l?y one of
our correspondent* i try it for dessert to morrow,
I'ool five l;ir?;c bnnnnns, rub smooth with five
teaspOOnfuls of snjjnr. Add ono UUICttp swoi't
oream boaton to n stiff froth, thou add <>iu> lOo.
package o f Lemon JELL-O dissolved In 11 ? toaenps
doIMiik wilier. Pour Into mold i>o<\ when cold
giimisb withcandiedcherries, Sorvowlth whipped
cream, or any k""?I pudding sauce, JELL-O is
?old by ?11 (irocers st 10c. per package.
Card of Thanks,
To the voters of Laurens county:
Please accept my heartfelt thanks for
tho support given me in the first and
second primary elections and the kind
hospitality and respect given me by the
men and ladies throughout the county.
And I also thank the candidates for all
the offices in the first and second pri
maries for the courtesy and respect
shown to me. Jared D. Sullivan.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
heen able to cure in all its stages, and .
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, tiding directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
j the system, thereby destroying the
\ foundation of the disease, and giving
I the patient strength by building up the
! constitution and assisting nature in do
. ing its work. The proprietors have so
much faith in its curative powers that
they otTer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to cure. Send for list
.Address P. .1. CHENEY ?X- CO., To
Sold by all Druggists, 75e.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
A Common Error.
The Same Alistakc is Made by Many
11's a common error
To plaster the tudiing back.
To rub with liniments rheumatic
When the trouble comes from the
Doan's Kidney Fills cure all kidney
And are endorsed by Laurens citizens.
.1. II. Nash, 225 Main St., Laurens, I
S. C, says: "I have given my name in |
recommending Doan's Kidney Fills in
the hope that a few of the many who'
sutler from kidney trouble may be bene- i
11 ted thereby. My kidneys were irreg- |
ular in action and caused considerable
pain about the small of my back. I
was told that Doan's Kidney Fills were
good for such troubles and deciding to,
try them, I bought a box at the Pal-,
metto Drug Co. I had taken them but
a short time when the pain disappeared
and my kidneys were strengthened. I
\ From the results 1 received I can aay
that Doan's Kidney Fills aro a most re
liable kidney remedy.'1
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
L. A. McCORD
The Piano and Organ Man
A few words which you cannot help believing
unless you are prejudiced.
SELL AS RENOWNED PIANOS for tone, quality, elasticity
of touch and skilled workmanship as arc made. 1 have no
schemes to sell a piano. When I sell a piano it is direct
from the factory to the purchaser, there being no unnecessary ex
pense. The price is the very lowest possible and the profit shorter
than of any dealer in this section. I do not have pianos drayed
around and left on trial, which adds to the cost and the buyer
pays it. If you know these facts and do not buy of me (for I sell
for less) then you simply prefer to pay from $75 to $150.00 more,
which is nothing but robbing one's self or of your loved ones.
LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT THESE PIANOS
The Starr McPhail Richmond
Chase Peerless Electric
And several makes of Player Pianos.
With every Piano sold from this date I will #ive free of charge
a twenty=lesson piano course in music.
L. A. McCORD
The Piano and Organ Man. Laurens, S. C.
To inspect our great array of stylish Pall and Winter Merchandise. In. every department will be found the newest in. style, the best in quality, and
our prices are as low as the lowest. To customers who are simply looking for lo^.r prices regardless of quality, we do not appeal, but if you want real
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Is full of all thnt'H good in Shoos, if you want
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merely save yourself a good deal of trouble by
Ladies" line Shoes $2.00 to . $ 'LOO
Mon's Dress Shoos, good, $2.60 to . 6.00
Children's ghOOS 2 ? ? to . 2.(?<>
Ladies' staple Shoes $1 to 1.60
Men's staple Shoes $1 to . 2.00
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To make our store as pleasant as possible and
we desire to invite customers when shopping to
make themselves at home with us and use us in
any way we can serve (hem.
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See our Special Line
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Our Clothing and
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(j riff on Brand
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oopydi.HT uso ni thc MAKina or
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aooHiiTia, m, v.
We invite the ladies to inspect a late arrival of a big line of Voile and Panama Skirts in the latest styles including the
new sheath skirt. Also a beautiful line of new Neckwear, including the new Directoire
colors. Also a big line of Gloves, including the new Gauntlel (Hove.
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