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BEGIN YEAR'S WORK
Buildings Are Inadequate
OR. JACOBS OUT AGAIN
The News of a Week at Clinton Dr.
Jacobs Attends Church Service.
Brief News Items.
Clinton, Sei?. 14.?The public schools
ol Clinton opened Thursday with an
attendance ol two hundred and thirty
seven pupils. Some of the rooms are
overflowing, The teachers are Prof.
Ii. II. Halt. Mrs K. H. Hail. Misses Sara
Copoland, Luurls Aull. Tnllulah Nev
ille; Jessie May Mahaffeyi Mabel Sum
e el. und Oil!j Dobson of Gaffney. A
tijpaviinenl of instrumental tiiusic
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an r u.:.. :.i of t w.m.v -i .1 ee.
have . botti as many pupils as the
Dr. J icobs has !???< n nU> ndlng to his
usuai duties at th ? orphanage for a
week >.? im re, Go Sunday morning
he v.r.s at church for the first time
since :.- nccldeui and received warm
welcomes after the service. The
Rev. .J. i?J, Maliafi'i y conducted ti." ser
vice mid the Congregation of the
Methodists worshlpbod With the Pres
bytern* us. The church was crowded
and Mr. Mab ti (toy's sermon afforded
gotten i pleasure rind profit; The only
part taken by Dr. Jacobs was to wel
come, new member and to pronounce
the benediction. !>r. jacpbV recover)'
has been sltrpiis'ug'.y rapid.
A number of former students of the
Presby teriun college have been visit
ing i-i town tlie pasi few days. Mr.
Baker Smith of Reldvllle, Mr. |i. L.
Pow. ?: of Abbeville, Ml*. C. C. Mr
Donal i of Charlotte, and Mr. J. B.
Praxi er of Blairs. Among other vis
itors . e Miss Martha .lohnstono of
Nev/i, y ; ?. ! Klb:a Horton of
Columbia, who are guests of the
A i ??!!! a??!?:?;ii Miss RUlOtt, who
will hove chaise i f i. W. Copelnnd
company's tniiitnefy department tin
season. She i~> milking her borne
with Mrs. J. B. I'arrott ami has al
ready made for herself a place In the
SOClal )i'"e of Clinton.
Mis-- Burk head, who has been i:i
oharge ol Ball y Brothers' millinery
depart men I i ie past tsvo or three sen*
sons, has returned und i- rigjtln with
Mrs. ,i. R. Parrb.lt.
Mi-.;s tint in it Snyder, who hits i.n
visit! - the families of Mr. John C.
Davi. ! ud Mr. J. T. Robertson. |s noMr
the ; ?? si of Mrs Foster Simpson in
Laur< ps. (?* her return sue will
visu Mlxs Jnui i Kennedy ;i few days
before returning on Saturday to Ma
con. Go., where she makes her home
with %, Char! i? Akermau. ?
Mrs. '.ames p, DaVenpot'l and Miss
Gate of Briiiuvwick, Georgia, have
been visiting Mrs. ('. M. BnllO.V.
The family of Prof. A . !?'. Spencer
will ret irn this week from th i.- sum
tner hdb'.e til Montreal.
Mrs. A. V. Martin an 1 Masb r lid
ward Baruetl Martin returned Satur
day from t>. month's visil to Ail;
Mr:. George VVrighj and children
are \ i<:: inu relatives ::i Abbeville]
Miss Wary Wtigld of N'oWherry Is
111? I O lltlllt' ? !?-:? Of Miss /h e Wi'igilt.
><>?> OS S riii KK.
St till iii? of Kitmiuvhs llcfiisc lo Do
Their Work Proper!),
Ail i'.. !- thta broad land millions of
stomach i wners are being held In hu
itiillat'u.tj subjection Jusi because they
are s i Stubhdrti that they will uoi ne
oept a t. lr, s piare and broad minded
Life is fd'.ofl for all of us: it will
be shorter fur those who lei their
ntoitiachH iso from bad to Worse.
The Lauren." Drug Co. have fl fa
mous prescription railed Mi-o-na. filid
they believe HO thoroughly :> i-'s re
in:. ?'. hi :?? cilia; i pow er t>; ? the)
any to every ?wnejr of a distressed
??totm.- h that they Will i; ;; 'ai. ? ? Mi
o-na tablets to <? '..: tu te of chronic
indigestion and nil stomach ailments,
or tfytiftfc-y back, and the pri.v is only
50 cents a box.
And still there are stubborn people
right In Laufens who won t accept
this offer, bin continue to suffer from
>;tis on stomach, be! :hlng of sour food,
stomach pains, foul hrealh, dizziness.
bHiousin s i nud ivn.. i. h ?-. Jusi he
cause .hist booause -Hint's tilt; there
Is no oi her i eason.
Hl'O-nu tab: stop dys leptl" a cr
ony In five mill 1104; they cure ois'i
nate onues of indigestion, ?nd turn
the old stomach into n new on. in a
:ew vvi dts, or uiOh -y bftck.
(PtiONWNCCD HISH'O Mi) ^
dues catnrrli o( money back, Joaft
breathe if. in. Complete pntflt. including
inhaler $L Extra, bottles uOc. OrUggtfltflU
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. 8
M;s. Oerard Hart zog of Land rum
returned home Sunday alter a visit
to her sister. Mrs. I). 11. Counts.
Mr. .1. B. Magness of Gaftney is in
Mr. W. ('. 1'. Robertson made a brief
visit to Knoree Sunday.
Mr. W. H. G Gilkerson, Jr., returned
from a visit to Columbia last iveek.
Col. .1 ,H. Trnynbam made a beauti
ful crop of buckeyes this season.
Mr. W. C Eichelberger left Sunday1
for a visit to Augusta and other line
points?just visiting for about a week.
Misses Jennie and Little Young have
returned from an extended visit to
relatives and friends hi Spartanburg,
accompanied by . lOlleii Mean.-.
Mr. John Cuulitghnm of .'.': teiloo
whs in tin- city Saturday.
Mrs. W. II. Holder am! children nie
Visiting In Greenville. Mr. ilOKter hnv
I iol ? :
d \ i. k
Mi, - . wlm !:;. ? b :\ vis I titf'.'i 1 dais
. i.e . rip t ati> Statut
Wi: ..,;> nt-.i had
Mr; C?'.lipun MoGownn len\e^ next
* Monday for Abbeville whero ho
will buy cotton during ti:i-- Season';
Mi*: Ray has formed a eo-parinershlp
Mr. Bi M. Hill of Abbeville and
liigothor they represent a huhlbet' Of
;. rgo cotton fun..-.
Mr. R?y Powers, son of Mr. .loir
i!. Powers, of Bavksdale has matricu
lated at the A. ?v- M. college, Monroe,
Mayor r.. ih M Gravy of Easley
speni several days of last W< ek in
Rev. Jno. D. Pitts of Placltvllle was
in Hie city last week visiting relativi -.
Mr. R V. Fleming has returned from
Greenwood for the fall opening.
Drummer Popp, so often and piers
antly seen a! Gray's hotel, has bought
an automobile ia which to make his
Miss Annie CtiildreSS Spent last
week in Greenwood with .Mr.-. Jim
C. \V. Garrelt of Greenwood spent
Sunday in !he clt) .
Mis-e^ Mary and Mettle Luke 1 >ft
Miss Lila Hart lias returned frcii
visit to relativen in Greenville,
Miss Blanche ('tardy |eft Monday
for Greenwood, attor a visit to her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clnrdy.
Mrs. Lizzie McKay of Columbia was
the guest of her t |e e. Mr-. R. 1*5.
Copeland, last week.
Miss Jessie Bolt Is visit in-.' friends
Mis-; Roboeea Clarke spent Friday
and Saturday in Oroehville.
Mrs. I>i-.! Gray has returned from
Virginia, where si.e visited .Mrs. ('has.
Miss Ruth Payne has returned from
a visit io friends in Spartanburg.
II r tnany ftieli ts in the city will he
pained I ?> learn t'a.it Miss Frances Mae
Thames Is uUite ill at llchdersouvillo
and will not arrive in the city for
several days yet to take up her kin
dergarten work od t'.e' I .a ureas mills.
Mr. '!'. ('. Montgomery. :?;' the graded
school corps of i ?aohers. is making
his home ior the your at Mrs. W. i".
hfl a short vis!; to her cousin, Mis
Mary T?dd, has returned to her Louie.
:?.!'. i\ L. Pnrklii.son. bna of tlte now
l>>e!oo(bd teachers of ih-> ?.?inl-d
soln tils Is boarding :.; ;::< home of Mi1.
It, i :. Copelnnd.
Misfi Loren a Fring :? of Oakland,
Md.. has arrived in the city and has
' i1 'mm* '" '
e.or is making lier home a! Mrs. R, I'.
liavo returned froth Montreal where
they spent the entire summer
Di*. Clifton Jones will attend 'he
Jones family re-union at Simp-, uvlllo
M s - ('lau Ii i Washington tit Green*
Ville was the gl'.exl of \l!s- Ltiail Flail*
deis. Sunday, returning to !;??!? home
Miss Gertrude Ilalle pi V'liglltla Wli?
has < httrgo of the milliner, d >p:iitmen(
at i>avis-Itope:' I '<imp!>U>'.- :'-?" Ute :'.>!'.
season has arrived in the city arid >a
ken up her hii Mis - I'. tile la
hoarding at Mia. R. i'. Colielatid's.
Mr. George m. Davis of Clinton was
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. K. .1. Gage return.al to hot'
home in Greenville Saturday after a
shwrl visit to her ninth t. Ml'S, \V. \ I
Garrott who has b?eti ill fdi lim past
ten days. ^
liy (JO }. st't> here .'
Our agency will show convincing
evidence of :fc years oxten ? sale
and highly BAtlslted users of the L. &
M. Paint. All dot'I era in Other paints
combined cannot furnish orpinl evid
euce. NViion painting with U a m
you are painting with Metal 'iinc
Oxide combii with white l?(id
'/Ant? !^ Impeiri 'io and mal es the h.
& M. we ir tad cover like nold. I'
colors ren 'a bright and i. tt'in ?
DoU't ne,-d ? a,...' lt? tp : * yet 1 si
paint. Sold by .' 11. ? fcasii,
Laur< n .
j, \v. Copslain I Co., Cllnt?n,
I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. ?
* * * *. *? ?r*T f. * fr * ? ft ?! * ft t
Hie Advertise?1- has received the
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Dinguid
announce the marriage of their daugh
Dr. Aiva B. Laugston
on Tuesday, September seventh
one thousand nine hundred and nine
after December first
Rio Janeiro. Brazil.
Mr. Laugston i.s unite well known
here in Lanterns enjoying the friend
ship and esteem of scores of friends;
his home is at Ma iden station, a few
miles from the < Ity. Mr. LuiiKston
was graduated from Furman univer
sity In i004. t?nd later from the sem
inary at Louisville, Kentucky. lie
with his b.ridc leave in << ?ort while
for Klo Janeiro. Bra*.'it, where Mr.
Lnngston w ill devote. \ i< laj'drs to
mission work; undoi ti e direction of
the Soyi.'-.-v. Baptist convention. Mi\
und ? ' ?
i. o r II> ?tt? ruled the dance s??
Mr. G. PopO i tin's las! iilght. a t'r.v
i mil S sent':', of Ltutroti'i; Mr. Irby en
loi utlhod his guests a' his country
'.:<-,:In thai elegant and hospitable
style thai rhnracLM'lzoa ail such oc
casions there. The evening was most
delightfully sp'f. the feattire of
Which was t::" old-time ?spi-.ire
I'da'heo" a;: 5 the ! i ..ui supper
>< Ol R SPECIAL NOTICES. ?
For Sale -One horse Phaeton in
good cohditibn; aisb open huggy with
rubber tires, a!most as good ns new.
M. L. Copelnnd. Laitreus, s. c. if
Copyright I'laur I- on tile niarkel
again. Files!-'. < *'!? an ?? Pure, No
Clour quite ???< :? od; let y ".r family
have t op.?: iui'l 1 ,.uir. CcpyrJtrlti
I. ? :
.'Irs. W in. Mi !1"'-, a linen coot
trimmed wit ti rod; with blnCI; kUI
gloves iti i... pocket, Howard, if re
turned to M.s. 1; r, ?rtb S. C.
Per -nie- Hou.-'j ami lot, South
Harper street; lot ;:. \ nr. foot, six
i'ocln house, electric lights; |-'i r fur
ther iiifdrujritioh apply to i>. <*. .v<>
Laurln. m foil. s. ? \ t
l'or Sale l it) lies ?.? laud known as
the ' I .?ic:
'?I 'll. A. t oneiniid t ?.t ? >. C ? ?' in
i*'?r Njj'f > :??- ! iiiilcii < ? .
F. i N ii.-. >
\ ill ii'ii bill' PlltCllI ? in? !).?-! ;?.? i
IInnie Grow n Tobacco 1 : <| what
you may have lieen looking for* Put
:t:> In hniids; grown In Henry county,
it's the puio liuudult/M'at >d l >af; Proji
i'aril MMl Sou Lend) 1 :
: i?. <;...? i Parti
vllle. 3. C.
Fof Hille- '"-' acre ?"????? i In Scifll-??
(own township, f ir.Hes from 'J tin ton
and known as the >'ievelatt i place,
Goo ddu dill %, '? tenant h s ami
ether Iniuro cmehts. A, K. Cleve*
hind, Lauren: s i . Bfd. 7-it
iVani*! To etil i r. . ; cow
for fir - cdotiths ?VIII l ?? If price
asked ;s sat ';,<:?? i\ u- ?> nt
whidi will ? . .-:i jiiy tills
i,o>i On \ ' . ? : v > . ? corning
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(Never before in the history of our business have we had such an ex
cellent stock ol Alerchandise, livery department is filled with the '
Sk newest and best goods obtainable. You w ill also find our prices right, j
Visit this store before making any Pall purchasers. [
1 .adies' Suits!
itifi'tl line of \Y. >.-. 1 eaittifnll
?eaiiliful n&sorUiicftit ? f liivss (.iinj>haUjH,
? ? \ I! : ,:: : :?? .
Nice line of Kiniona Outings. Also, a large line of Dress Outings
in beautiful Patterns.
Every bod v V\ elcom e
Laurens, S. C.
We have lust received a hh
snspniem oi Laoies
and wish to have you inspect same
?'e have what yon want
At the price you want it
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