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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. ;:
Mr. and Mr*. J. VY\ Taylor of
Princeton wm-o in the city this w/iok
roturnlng from a visit to tholr boh.
Air. A. ?)? Taylor und fatnliy of Sodalla
Miss Mary Ploley of Alken county
bus boon omployod by the recently
appointed truatoos of Long Drunch
school to comploto the preaonl
Mr. A. (I, Holmes of Mountvlllc
was In the riiy Monday.
Mr. P. M. Itollnma of Cray Court
wu.T among the visitors to the city
Dr. H. k. Alken, Messrs. .Ino. P.
Dolt and Jtio. M. Cannon wore in
Columbia last week attending several
sessions of the Legislature.
Itov. W. E. Thaver attended a bau?
quet in Clinton Friday night, given
l>v the Bnracu clasfl of tin Pirat
church of Clinton to the Phllatheo
class of tlint churt h.
Mltsea Lila Hart and Janle Colvlti
spent Saturday und Sund: y will llsi
Agnes Adam i In Clinton.
Mr. D. W. Cothrano. tllstrl ? ? t
for the Jefferson Standard In; I net
Co. has moved hi family to I?aureus
and is occupying tho Irby mansion.
Alonday afternoon at t io home of
tho bride on Lauretta street, >u. s
Hoscbud Lavlula Davenport was nuir*
i led to Mr. William Lindsay, k< v. W.
13 Thayor pcrforuting the corcmouy,
Col. Rlllotl [Oslos ot Spurtanhurj
prosldcut ?f the Southeastern Life
Insurance Company, was the city
last week with h son, Mr. Hronddus
Baton, district agent for ihu South;
Mhia tlrnco Simmons la Visiting H
at! v ?' i i IMnettood.
Miss Sue Dean s;:-'.it Thursday In
Mrs\ t?liti t,. Cavls lias returned *o
her home it; Spat'ttiuhu 'U after a vlh'li
to Mra. I . \\. A tide i ??.?.,.
Clinton ; ft >r .t i isit to Miss N< ii
i .? ?
l\ ?.. vltit 'ii-; mot I er, Mrs. Ly
kitu. has aeeepted .?? position
Palmetto I '< ??? ' v i
Mr. lt. II. Uroheker, new-i
't'he l i< rnhh nccompanl ., '
ter, Miss Carrie Greneltoi. ..
to Gaffney for a few week's
friends and relatives;
Mr. and Mrs. YV. <;. Stot ? I
who came over to I 'I
in rosponse to a tcl
them of the deadly ?i
Mr. Stone's brotder ret
latltn Monday. Mr. I ail
who also lives In At latltn is
the city, but w 111 i'OtU ii till
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
Met !?? iii Orange burg-?Delegaten Vre
Urged to Attend.
j iio thirty-second annual convou
tion of tho South Carolina Sunday
School Association, will COnvOtn
Orangoburg February 10 to is. Loi
ach Sunday school in the count;,
appoint a llvo, enthusiastic Sunday
[school worker as a delegate to at
| loud this convent ton, Tho rallroado
havo granted a rato of ono and ono.
half faro, plus CO cents, on certificate
plan. Ma<:h delegate will pay mil
faro in going to the convention,.bul
will pay only one-half fate plus t>i)c
I returning, provided a properly Higncd
certlOcuto la aocured whou the "go
Ing" ti :kot i; purchased.
All delegates must have credentials!
which can he obtained by apply in >?
tc .M: ;. .1. S. Bennett, Secretary and
Treasurer of the Lauren.-. County
s ttvdoy Schooi Association.
?'. ?:. r Itodgers on Chain Unni\
It i learned lioro that Potor Rod
gor . tailor who skipped town
?kn!tigAiuj In Columbia sorvlng
aentoh? fth' rJi'Uhkennass. Whethet
ior hol lie will ho brought back hero
or- tiib chargo of fraud and breach <
' trust Is tu t yet known.
County Pension Hoard,
The County Pension Board watt in
esioil lioro Monday and Tuosda?
? Iving and passing on applications
ifor ponslons and perfecting tho i; ii
for this county. The Hoard will
meet again too Drat Monday in Mi
a' Which time the tolls will he < a
pleted an.', forwarded to the proper
auti oiit.ii s in Columbia.
Lit) men's Meeting at Harmony.
Speakers representing the Lb; men'
' I -d?nary Movement will be :?
Harmony Baptist church on 1st St i
. ... in Feb. ami will epeok on this
. ? ? : \ ? . ?
v i.-i us on that day.
Wattn '?Uli" Men Leased.
IMATKI H ill ?!'.? IUI DAY NIGHT.
i ii. il Tal ? Present "The I'nlon
.: .(" for JloUlUUOUt Ft!lid*
L"i tin uttspices of the John D.
Korshav. Chapter, United Daughter*
of tho Confederacy, tlio play entitled
*"i tc I'nton Depot" will bo presented
b; local talent at tho opera houue on
Friday ening of this weak. Miss I
Myrth Ma< Critchflold has tho matter
Iof training tho performers in hand
and, Ii nderslood, declares the
cast excellent, and their progress
splendid. Mrs. II. K, Aiken saw the
, play ni (li .vood, prior to securing
tho service of Sjlse Critchflold.
Tickeh have been glvon each mem
ber of tl vto 30ll. These are .
50 < served seats tuny be
litional at the;
k Co, 'ho proceeds of
nbe a ided to
: . Mot urn >ht fun.'. !
I'heii I ivded house to
I the ii a! rfnit'n . on Friday
' ? Acl I .' the General
i .. ih Carolina, provid
.... therefor, the County Board of1
I Con mers for Lour on a County,
Sla orcsuid, does hereby order
and fix 11 following dotes for the i
clen til hi r.. inS within said
lie -onr 1909, to wit: ;
\.: n said county shrll
be eloanad out, as required by law.
durln ; ih eri id beginning Febru- |
??? ml ending Marth 31st, and]
ihey s again bo cleaned with
I in Cue period beginning July 15th and
eutiiug An; ust 31st, 1909.
All lai . iwpers and persons in
' , within the county are
<; and required to clean
in the above named
? ? ' irens ?.C In regular ;
Ins ;;.:.- Tib day of Janu
H I' :"MBERT,
Co int: Supervisor.
Fin l Discharge,
tl that oa the 5th day cf
;. vi'lil render a dual
>r the e ?tute ot W. F.
? - 1- >uretta county.
ted r.o said estate
:*...J r.ll persons |
O t" i
Best Patent Flour, per b. rrel
Half Patent Flour, perb'M y
Water ground Meal, per bu he!
Fat Back, per pound
Rib Meat, per pound
Corn, sound and dry
Sound Mixed Pe as, per bushel
No. i Timothy and Clover mixed, per ton
No. 5 Timothy and Clover mixed, per ton
Sugar, per barrel
We are expecting in few day. oneca
20O barrells be^t patent fl'Hir, one car l<*ad Liberty
Mills half p itent, one car Shelton Hi Is Lilly 4
White half patent, one car Cudahy's nival, I vJd, t|
hams and sausage.
!oad of A
We mean business and we are here to stay.
We have only one price for rich and poor, \> h'te J
and black, everybody's money looks good to us. I]
And don't forget that we guarantee every pound
of stuff that goes out of our house to be perf vtlv |
satisfactory or m >ney refund d
Yours for cheap prices
Laurens Wholesale Gr
Injun mn.m ?-1 ? ic A-'
hi spile of wli.i'. j I
some knockers ma) ! J
try to make y< ??: bc? J
I lievc, a sale like this '
I stops ar um r.l it
JKL i ' I
It's (. n.sy for it? 10
?li v.li litis st->re l as
>ut some l it ink
ilv lm> in??? on
:om jrs Keep Coming to th<
j } com:
j Shoes men's Dee Vce j ?
I m >es $4.00 value's i
to la lie ?? A in
S E I
We're anxious to reach ever> earand every eye this week with this ad. We want to
jive you fair warning, m ny bargains are disappearing daily, many more lines are
broken. You'll have hurry. A saving of 10 to 50 per cent, is what keeps the crowds
T ' Money saving is the platform of this great sale. T ry to get here everv day until the
lot flowered dessert II ,
dishes, foe values ~,c final wind up. If you can't come phone or write. You come if it is at all possible.
i blown flow
? i (.
I bpeci I for
1 f b. 6th
jj Percales in atl *.<>}
( ors from 10 t<> i-:i 5
it. 111. I( C ' nine to.
Ladies' 1 lose f?>r this
day only. Kxtta
Good, aoc values 8c.
Men's Hose, ioc
Extra I lose 4c,
122 3 East Side Square j
122-3 East Side Square