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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. Joo C. Wnsson has moved inl
hin pretty new cottage out on Sout
Mrs. Brooks Swygert attended tl
funeral at Ninety Six last Tuesday <
her brother-in-law, Mr. It. S. Nickle
whose death occurred the preccediu
Mr. Thos. Kellctt, a well know
stock dealer of Greenville, way i
the city for a few days last week.
McCuen & Anderson of the l'eopb
Loan and Fxchange hank, have sol
to Mr. O. II. Simmons the Main strei
dwelling recently occupied by tl
Messrs. .1. B. Denjamin and W. V
Griffin of Calhoun lodge No. 17 1. O. <
P. attended the district convention (
tin- odd Fellows at Greenwood la:
Mr. A. J. Smith of the Lisbon set
tion was in the city one day last wet
visiting his daughter, Mrs. H. B. Hun
bert. Mr. Smitth has been kept ;
home most of tlie winter suffering froi
an attack of bronchitis.
Mr. Geo. McPherson of Waterlc
was in the city Saturday.
At 2 o'clock Friday night the fli
guten a little blaze that bad starti
up in tbe Eichelberger woody a id c
Mr. L. G. Halle was down town f<
a while on Saturday and all his friem
were glad to see him out again.
Mr. Frank Davis of Princeton wi
in town Wednesday.
Messrs W. C. P. Robertson, J<
Smith and Clary Eichelberger spei
Sunday in Spartanburg.
Messrs Clarence Owens and J. Wi
Peterson of Sandy Springs were in tl
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hodge, with Mr
isabell (I. Oxner, Mrs. Hodge's mothe
have moved to the city from near Clil
ton and are residing on Sullivan stree
Mr. R. I). Hazle from near Kilian
spent Sunday mar the city with rell
Mr. .lohn R. Callahan of Greenvill
prominent in Woodmen of the Worl
circles ns st ato organizer, spent
few hours in Laurens Saturday afte;
Miss Juanita Copeland spent. Sa
urday night In the city.
Mr. L. B. Blackwoll returned Satui
day from a short vif.it to Iiis mother i
Union. Mrs. Blackwell has been quit
sick but her condition is much Improi
Mr fUvrio EVktuln? ?rlin ????"?1.. ?...
fercd an attack of pneumonia in At
gusta, came home Saturday, being a<
companled by bis mother, Mrs. M. I
Fowler who went to Augusta and as
sisted in nursing her son through hi
Mr. C. (.'. Featherstone was one <
the speakers hist Friday at a Sunda
school celebration held at Trinit
church. Nowberry county.
.Mi. and Mrs. R. I.ee Mahon of I)unl<
1 in township, Greenville county, wer
in the city inondny.
Mrs. S. .1. Evans has returned t
Ronnoke after a visit to her parent:
Mr. and Mrs. 1.. G. Halle.
Messrs M. A. Knight and D. M. Gai
rett of Fountain Inn were in the eit
Mr. II. 1.. Blakcly who was quit
seriously injured some ten days ag
by the falling of a tree top, was i
the city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Humphries <
Cross Keys, Union county, visited i
the city from Saturday until Monda
Mr. II. Nichols, the photographc
is building a six room cottage for hin
self near Mr. S. R. Todd's.
Mr. ft. H. Young has returned fro
a pleasant visit to relatives at Moore
Contractor Croiuer Is completing
two story, six room addition to tl
Rev. .1. E. Covlngton of Qreenvli
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Cresswell Garllngtou spent pa
of last week at Pendleton where 1
was called on account of tlio seriov
illness of his sister. Mrs. R. W. Sim]
Speaking of eggs, Mr. J. G. Sulllvn
of South Harper street yesterday e:
hlbltcd a specimen from his poulti
yard that is hard to match. It is
hen egg?a bird's if you please?and
lacks but a fraction of weighing foi
ounces. Think of it. Tour eggs to tl
Excursion Kates vfn Southern Itailvrn
Account South Atlantic Stat.s Mu
ie Festival, Spartanburg, S. C., Apr
13, it. I-".. 1010, t!i? Southern Ratlwj
announces reduced rates to Spartai
burg and return. Tickets on sa
April 12. 13, I I and tor trains sehet
tiled to arrive at Spartanburg befoi
noon April 15, 1010, witli final Ilm
returning not Inter than midnigl
April it;. 1010. Children half fare.
For further information, call c
Southern Railway Ticket Agents o
.1. L. Meek. A. G. 1'. A..
Alex. H. Acker. T. 1'. A..
??v?w?>| ? ?>'?> iunnvili 1U, i:'iu.
NEW QUABTEB8 FOR LIBRARY.
Will bo Lorutcd in Rooms on Sccoi
Tioor Enterprise Bank Building.
The Lumens Library association
making arrangements to move im
rooms in the Enterprise Bank bulb
ing. These rooms are light and moi
comfortable nnd will make very a
tractive library quarters.
The room which the library occi
pics is owned by Mr. J. O. C. PI en
ing and lias been given by him to tl
i Wednesday club ladies to use as a 1
brary tree of rent as long as they wisl
ed to use it for such. Few people rea
Ize how much pleasure the library hi
given to the reading public of tl
town and how much they are iudebti
to the women who have so earnest!
endeavored to keep up this organlzi
The nucleus of the library was
few books given by Mr. J. R. Noln
some years ago, and to that, the Wet
nesday club has added until now tlu
number over nine hundred volume
Some effort has been inado to g<
Mr. Carnegie Interested in contributil
to a library fund in Laurens, but tl
matter has never been pushed and
is the belief of some thai tin: plea f?
aiding the Laurens library never read
ed the car of the great philanthropic
as he was traveling abroad when tl
letter was sent.
The library has been a means of gi
ing pleasant reading to numbers i
people* who otherwise, could not ci
joy this privilege as it would have bet
too expensive. But for the small su
of ten cents a month anyone is entith
to the use of the books, subject to tl
rules of the library association.
There is often as many as twent;
live or thirty calls at the library roo
the two evenings in the Week that
is thrown open and this verifies tl
statement that the library is an ii
?? I stitution which the public will not si
Special Agent of the Prudential.
Having resigned Iiis post as dlstrii
agent of the Southeastern Life Insu
ance company, with headquarters
Laurens, Mr. Broaddus Esles, we
known in life Insurance clrcb
throughout this section of the stal
has accepted a position with the Pn
dential company as special agent ail
will continue to make this city h
Ready ?I?hi Needle \
eached Linen Goods
Table Damask, Linen Sheeting and Pillow Casing,
Skirting Linon, Wash Linen and Linen Lawns
all guaranteed pure flax.
Bleached Cotton Goods
In all Weaves, Plain and Fancy. Hi ve is shown the
Kilkenney Suiting, a plain texture, while sheer, shows
up a round thread, a guarantee for service. With the
return of the season India Linon is still a strong com
petitor among summer textures, having always passed
the laundry test satisfactory. Special numbers are shown
lu re at atraetive prices with pretty designs ill Vftl. KdgCS
and Insertions to match for trimmings. A limited quan
tity of 27-inch Colored Figured Silks, the 50c quality,
at 35c, while they last. Plain and Striped Cotton Pop
lins with Mercerized Finish, in desirable colorings.
"Hydegrade"?This is a double fohl printed goods,
prominently advertised in the fashion magazines. A
durable fabric of sufficient weight to make a comfort
able spring suit. New Neckwear and the latest cra/.c
in Hair Fixings, at
W. G. Wilson & Co.
- A T
|J. L. HOPKINS *
Saturday Only- ^
at 29lAc lb.
The Lure of the Oxford Tie==InF our Chapters 4?t?f
Once more 'tis "Oxford Time." The season when Nature smiles and we all want to live out of doors is again at hand. The brown cavlh is turning green, 111 <- pleasure of
watching things "grow," that familiar miracle which none may explain, is ours once more. And of course you will want Oxfords everybody does. Like the opening bud and
the first wild flowers, the low-cut shoe is a sign of Spring. That is why the handsomest line of Oxfords we have ever had the pleasure ol displaying now blossoms in our
dows. Oxfords are the great attraction in our shoe department just now, and we arc- especially proud of the new arrivals from the Leading Manufacturers. These, for gr.-i
elegance, as one delighted woman said, "reminded one of spring poems in finest leather bindings." Candidly, we hadn't thought of it in just that way, but at any rate out
fords tell their own inviting story of style, comfort and quality in genuine good leather. Our purchase of "Oxfords" and ''Slippers ' was most liberal and the line embnu i
latest in fashion for all kinds of wear, all occasions and all ages. : : :
Low Shoes will be high in favor this Sumtner.Morc
so than ever befote. We have the choicest styles
the best Makers have produced.
We've the Conservative, Comfortable Oxfords for
the Man of affairs, and the "Dandies" for the Young Smart Dress
ers, who always want something swagger.
Oxfords at $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 to $6.00. Choice leathers in Yici,
Patent Colt, GlUl Metal and Tan. Artistic in every curve.
Don't delay in making your selection. The lines are full and the
choice is particularly good at this writing.
The New Boys1 Oxfords arc here. They're Boys1
Sizes, Hut they are built for all the world like our
BUT THAT'S WHAT OUR BOY WANTS
The average Hoy wants Mannish Shoes. He gets them here, and,
while our Hoys' Oxfords arc stylish and good looking, durability
has not been sacrificed.
Hlack or Tan Leathers?Yiei, Patent Colt, Patent Kid, (inn Metal
and Tan Russia, Lace and Hlueher Styles, $1.50, $2.00, $2 50 and
$j.ou, according to si/.c.
ith,.,. .,: fflfi ' ? :\
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n's Low Cvit Footwear
The Woman, who wants smart and handsome hoot
wear, will do well to C01UC here at once.
Our lines of Oxfords, Ribbon Ties, Sandals, Pump?
and Slippers win the admiration of every woman thai sets them.
Footwear could not be made more beautiful 01 mote attractive.
We've every wanted stylt and a size and width for every Foot.
Long Price range, $1.50, $2.00, 5.1.50, $$.00 and $3.50.
The more Women see our dainty styles, the less other stores will
Misses* avow Cxxt Shoes
Most every Young Miss lakes great pleasure in
wearing handsome Oxford Ties or Pumps.
Nowhere does a dainty low cut Shoe appear to he
mote at home than on the slender foot of the
(>ur Misses low cut Pootweai is very handsome.
Oxfords, Ribbon Ties, Pumps. Choice Leathers and refined .Shoe
Making New lasts and every new feature or style kink. $1.50,
$2,00, $2.50, and $3.00. All sizes and all widths.
We want every Young Lady to see 0\tr display of the ScasonVs ne w
est and best in Dainty Footwear.
The One Price Store.
Laurens, S. C.
Shined Free of Cost.
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