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LOCAL AND PRRSONAL MENTION.
Mr. L. K. Henderson of Owlngs,
route No. I, was in the city Thursday,
and while here puld The Advertiser
.Miss WH Lou Gray writes her ra
ther that her next moiling point will
be Seattle, Washington.
Miss Iren.? Dillard of Clinton vis
ited relatives and friends in the Ty
Vrsville section of country last week.
Miss Mary Wl'lglll of Clio, Ca., is
visiting relatives in Tylorsvlllo.
Fresh eggs from the country wore
Belling In the City last Saturday at
15 cents per dozen.
Mrs. M. II. Itabh. Mrs. .1. II. Nash
and Mr. Claud Dabh returned Wednes
day High! last from points in Arkansas
and Mississippi, whither they hud been
visiting since seeing 'he Memphis re
if our theatre-going people wish to
have tirst class motion pictures and
vaude\iiie they win have to encour
age the opera house management by
their presence in large numbers sev
eral nights in tin- week.
Master Drayton Darksdnle, of (.au
reus. |u visiting relatives in the city.
Newberry Observer. July 2.
Mr. Thos. H. Wallace, superintend
ent of the Watts mills, and Mr. A. It.
(Joss. tt. overseer of weaving at the
Latirens mills, attended the meeting
in Spartan burg last Saturday of the
Southern Textile association.
Mr. I). It. ItUZlO of bullions Hfd No.
I was in the city Saturday.
Messrs. 1*'. J-Nelson, Adolph Shayer
and Col. C. S. McCravy attended a
regular meeting of iho Blks in Now
berry last Thursday night.
The Kings' Daughters will serve ice
ere;-.iii for the Hospital fund Thurs
day afternoon. July 15th.
Rev, ChiiB. F. Rnnkln, pastor of the
Firs! Perbyterlon church, loisloted in
i st rics of revival meetings, held at
Woodruff Prebylerlnu church during
tho .<ast week.
Messrs. A. C. Ilaskell, suporlntond
> nt. and M ?. c. itragg. cliisf machinist
III the LlllircilS mills, purchased a
itbw nutoiuoblle apiece during the
Miss Ksteii,, Taylor, of Priceton.
after, .i \i M in the eiiy, lo|'l Saturday
fpr :i Week's stay with relatives and
:: i> IUI f! ai Cr -en wood.
Mr. .1. (). Templeibu has moved into
Iiis new eoiia -.e. recently erected on |
a nice Mire acre |ol ju-i above the
Watts mill village.
Mi s Maude Sharp" wan recently
unanimously re elect oil m teach the
Henderson ville school; in Still Iva ha
The Watts mill oflleinls lave re
cently taken some very important I
steps along the educational lino. I
Prof, A. W. Fisher, a graduate of New- ,
tier : college, has been elected as
principal of the Watts mill school,
with Mrs. Uarrett us assistant, end
Miss Colweil, of Chester, In charge of
thf kindergarten department. With
siic:h teachers and a people who are
Interested In the education cf their
children, Wfttts mill will soon have a
school as gdbd as any in the county.
Miss Made McCarloy of Blberton,
Oa., and Miss Malctt. of one of the
lower counties, have been elected to
assist Miss [Jessie liudgens in the
Miss Myrtle will tench the Mt.
Pleasant school next year.
Mr. nail Mrs. Ilarvin have been
elected lo tench the Princeton school.
Miss Daisy suiiivmi left for Green
ville yesterday. While there she will
attend the I'ress association banquet
on 'i hursday evening.
Dr. mid Mrs. 11n^Ii K. Alken and
.Miss Mary Todd left Saturday even
ing on an exl< mied tour of the West
ami the Pacific coast, their Itinerary
to include n visis lo the Alaska-Vucon
exposition. They will be absent from
the city until the 7th of August.
iilttlo Miss Mary Taylor, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William I.. Taylor, is
spending some time with relatives at
The Rev. .lames II. Machen of Col
Kate seminary. Hamilton. N. Y.. who
is spending his vacation at his home
al Princeton, ?bis county, preached
the regular morning sermon at the
First Baptist church lastSunduy, de
livering a thoughtful and Inspiring
discourse. While in the city Mr. Ma
chen was the guesl ,of hi ssister, Mrs.
H. A. Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Taylor spent
the week-end with Mrs. Taylor's pa
rents. Mr. and Mrs. w. F Medlock,
near Fountain Inn.
Miss Nina Poole of Tjiorsvillo was
one of the honored guests at a large
reception given in Spnrtanburg last
Wednesday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
I. . Riehiine, complimentary to Mr. and
Curtis Mel/, o!" Columbia, who were
married in the capital city Wednes
day m hmh noon.
Messrs. .1. V. Wallace and .lac!< S.
McCravy, of tho I.aureus postollico.
left Monday for tho mountains of
North Carolina where they will spend
a portion Of their annual vacation.
IM'bf. ("has. F. Ilrooks, who was re
cently elected superintendent or the
Itishopvlile grad ?<! si 1 ools fo raitothor
year, and who is attending the Wof
i'ord College Teachers' Institute, spi n'
from Friday until Monday in I.aureus
? ml : ' his old home hear Cray Conn,
lie i delighted wit i the wm- khoihg
do ho at Woff.od. and regrets thai do
few . the t tic hers of I ?aureus county
hyi> iiveM !:>u themselves of tue advan
tages the Institute offer ;.
\ larger number \vould attend the
ice cream a flair by the King's Daugh
ters lor the Hospital fund <>n Thurs
day afternoon hut for the fact that
many of them will be in Charleston,
leaving on the excursion this morning.
Let those who do not go to Charleston
Ctll ice cream ami help 'be hospital
The Largest and Best line of
Than you will find at any
Consisting- of a beautiful line is the latest designs,
pretty patterns and different colors. This is the best
line vou will find anvwhere from which you can select
just what you want. And on account of buying* them
in large quantities we can sell you at prices that you
cannot duplicate at any other place.
"3 Reasons Why" we are Slaughtering Prices
1st. We want to reduce our stock $10,000.00.
2nd. We can use this money.
3rd. We will soon need the room for Fall Business.
We have now a $40,000.00 Stock of Desirable Merchandise for \ou to select from. We need your money, you need our goods.
Come and lets SWAP, this is a chance for you to make money, as }oj know our prices has always been from 10 to 25 per cent,
less and now the Slaughtering Knife is again in the hands of L. E. Burns, the Champion Price Cutter of South Carolina. These
prices will be at and below New York and Baltimore cost during this $10,000.00 Sale. Now remember the day and date.
Sale Opens July 17, on Saturday Morning at 7 O'clock Sharp
It will pay you to let your alarm clock wake you up early and be here. Don't sleep your time off while this $10,CC0.C0 Sale
is going on. This amount of g< ( ds are going to be sold regardless of cost.
RED IRON RACKET
Cheapest House on Earth 208=209=211 LaurensSt. Laurens, S. C.