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1NEWS OF CLINTOINJ
FOR THE PAST WEEK
College Students Ohe Party?Former
Orphan of Thoruwcll That
Has Interesting History.
Clinton, April 10.?The co-eds of the
college gave a big party at the resi
dence of Dr. and Mrs. Mean Monday
evening, almost a hundred invitations
being issued. Ice cream and cake
were served and the young people had
a glorious time.
The Indies' aid society of the Presby
terian church gave a very enjoyable
party at the residence of Mrs. .1. F.
Jacobs Monday afternoon.
Miss Grace Briggs entertained a
week-end party composed of Misses
Florence YVhilden of Columbia, Will
cox of Chester. Frances Copeland of
Clinton and Messrs Fleetwood I.an
neau of Newberry. Paul .and I.ohmon
of the Charleston college hall team.
Miss Catherine Copeland of States.
Vllle visited In Clinton last week.
Mrs. Henry Young Is visiting in
Among Clinton visitors to the Spar
tanburg festival will be Mrs. W. J.
Bailey. Mrs. W. B. Owens, Miss Con
nie Bailey. Miss Clara Duekett. Miss
Mollle Hanson, and Mrs. .1. B. Branch.
Mrs. m. E. Gabrielin of Penn
sylvania, Who twenty years ago left
the Thornwell orphangc as Minnie
Huntington of Newberry county, has
been visiting Dr. Jacobs the past week.
She has had aninterewting history,
having married an Armenian preach
er who is now forbidden by the Turk
ish government to live in its territory
on account of a book he wrote expos
ing the authorities involved in perse
cuting his people.
Key. Mr. l'cndlcton Breached.
Services Sunday morning at the
Church of the Epiphany were con
ducted by the Rev. W. II. K. 1*. lie
ton, rector of the church of the Ad
vent, Spartanburg. In additioi to
preaching the sermon at this Borvlce,
Mr. l'cndlcton administered the holy
communion. In the afternoon he went
to Newberry to preach Sunday night.
While in Laurens Mr. PnodletOtl was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. lias
President Knoree Manufacturing Co.
Spartanburg, April 9.?Andrew M.
Law. head of the well known stock
and bond linn of A. M. Law & Co.
has been elected president of the En
oree Manufacturing company, suc
ceeding the late Grange S. Colhn
whose death occurred last week.
Mr. E. Sltgronvos is having some ol
his houses on Laurens street newly
painted. In other sections of the city
HiiniKar worl. is in progress, and with
in a short time there will be a gen
eral "painting crusade" inaugurated,
Meeting of the "Briars."
The "Briars", together with the sur
vivors of two other Confederate com
mands, hold their annual reunion at
Durbln Creek church Saturday, April
Hi. The principal speakers of the day
win be Col. ,i. n. Brown of Anderson,
Prof. H. I'. Griffith of Limestone col
Married. April 5., Mr. C. C. Coth
ran and Miss Ella Brazell of Watts
Mills. Rev. I), u. Hoof officiating.
On (he Ith Sunday in March, Mr.
Clyde Godfrey and Miss Dollle Hel
lams were married at the home of the
bride by the Rev. D. R. Roof.
Bishop Turin r" and Richard Carroll.
Bishop H. .'!. Turner of the African
Methodist Episcopal churchfand Rich
aid Cat Mi!!, ill*; ".vol. known negro ed
ucator of Columbia, were in Laurens
for the Bethel grand rally, the former
delivering a lecture Friday night and
a sermon Sunday morning, while the
Rev. Carroll spoke Monday night.
Married at the home of the bride's
father. Mr. Thos. R. Bonham of the
Laurens mill village. Sunday evening.
April 10. Mr. William B. Huffman and
Miss Willie Rossy Bonham, the Rev.
W. D. Hammett, officiating.
Princeton, April 12.?Prof. T. C.
fork spent the week-end with rela
tives at Ware Shoals.
Mr. Riddle of Greenville and Miss
Annie Lee Arnold of Honen Bath spent
Sunday with Miss Maud Machen.
Rev. Foster Speer attended district
Conference in Greenwood last week.
Miss Kiddie Arnold, after (losing
a successful term of school here re
turned to her home in Honea Path
Col. .1. T. Machen went to Honea
Path today on business.
Mr. B. F. Arnold or Honea Path vis
ited at the home of Col. R. B. Arnold
Misses Ludy and Estelle Taylor were
in the city yesterday from Princeton.
Bishop W. A. Quarry of the Olocese
of South Carolina will preaeh tomor
row night at the Church of the Epiph
any, the services to begin at 8 o'clock
BAPTIST CHURCH REVIVAL.
Protracted Serrices Itcgin Sunday and
Continue Through the Week.
As announced last week, there will
he held at the First Baptist church,
beginning next Sunday, a scries ol
special meetings which will be con
duct <-d by the Rev. W. l). Wakefleld ol
Two services daily will bo bold, at
1 o'clock P. M..and 8:16 P. M. The
church extends a cordial invitation to
the public for these protracted ser
Ladles, Why Not Preserve Your Youth
and Beaut) <
Parisian Sage, the quick acting hair
restorer, is now for sale in Laurens at
the drug store of Laurens Drug Co
and is sold with a rigid guarantee at
50 cents ii largo bottle.
Parisian Sage has an Immense sale,
and here are the reasons:
It is safe and harmless.
It cures dandruff in two weeks, by
killing the dandruff germ.
It stops falling hair.
It promptly stops itching of the
It makes tho hair soft and luxuriant.
It gives life and beauty to the hair,
It is not sticky or greasy.
It in the heat, tho mosi ni<??sant and
Invigorating hair dressing made.
The chain of stores now operated
by J. C. Burns & Co., are the leading
stores of the Piedmont section of
llonca Path Didn't "Turn Him Out."
Editor "Ks" Moore of the Honen
Path Chronicle was a business visitor
to the city yesterday. Honea Path
boasts of wealthier men than "Es"
but holds their editor up as the hand
somest man that has ever been turned
out of the town of Honea Path. The
name of the Honea Path editor has
been mentioned in the list of candi
dates for congress, but he declares
that if he ever runs for any oflice it
will he for governor. (No charges for
this puff.)?Anderson 1 nteligencer.
For you to Judge.
Thousands of gallons of the L. & M.
Paint are produced in one operation
by machinery. Only chemically pure
color is used. The actual cost of L.
& M. is only about $1.30 per gallon
when the Job is finished. Will you
depend upon tbi ; product, or a paint
made by costly band labor in a pot
with a stick, producing a few gallons
at a time; and at that very likely made
with common earth paints, and ques
tionable quality Linseed Oil. The L
& M. Paint is sold by J. H. & M. L
Nash. Laurens; J. W. Copeland & Co.
Tho Red Iron Racket's motto is
sell the same goods for less money
and they are doing it. It will pay you
to go to Red Iron Backet and loot
through this wonderful bargain bouse
CAKMACK ON RESURRECTION.
The Story of Jesus Despised I'easanl
Among the writings of the late, la
mented Edward Ward Carmack, Is
the following gem:
"1 dispute no man's freedom ot
opinion, though why any man should
be willing to believe that man has
no pre-eminence over a beast l do
not know. You say that you can
not believe the miracle of the Resur
rection. Let me tell you that story
Of a greater miracle than that. It
is the story of a poor peasant, a
member of a dispised and subject
race, himself dispised, the place
of his birth despised by his own
countrymen. In a little while he dies
a felon's death, and all those above
him forget he ever lived. Yet some
how his words lived oh. Philosophy
with all Its wisdom, priest-craft, with
all its terrors, kings wielding the Iron
power of all the world, but over arm
ies, over dying dynasties and crumb
ling thrones, rlvors of blood and seas
of lire, that power swept on and on
until it has made conquest of the earth
until every king on every throne bows
down in adoration to the dead peas
ant of Qallilee, and the very instru
ment of his felon's death has become
a symbol of salvation to all mankind.
Do you believe that story? It Is the
story of a greater miracle than that
a man died and rose from the dead.
Young gentlemen, be not among those
who scoff at religion, which is the last
hope of the world, whose consolation
you yourself will need In the time of
allllction and the hour of death."
May be quickly painted by any one
with a small can of our Domestic
Paints in all colors put up in open
mouth cans, will make a door, or a
mantel or any small interior work
look as bright as when first painted.
Get it from .1. H. & M. L. Nash. Lau
rens, J. W. Copeland & Co., Clinton.
The regular spring teat.hers' exam
ination will be held in the court house
in the City of Laurens on Friday,
May 6th., beginning promptly at nine
o'clock a. in., and ( losing at five p. m.
Teachers desiring to take the examina
tion will govern themselves according
ly. Geo. L. Pitts. County Superintend
ent of Education, Laurens. S. C. 37-31
The Red Iron Racket has five stores
?Laurens, Greenwood, Spartanhurg,
Anderson, and will open one in Green
ville September 1st.
Beautiful line of Satin finish Drass
P>eds just received, and we would like
for you to see them.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
the Mid-Season Showing of
may be seen in our windows, j;
I There is revealed in this i;
I showing all that is new and
j smart and approved in the ?
etter class of shirts.
and up t
See our line of
j Straw and Felt Hats I
R. E. Copeland
The Shoe Man
BEATS OTHER PEOPLE'S SAY SO'S
Buy your Spring Goods from Red Iron Racket and Save 15 to 35 per cent, of your hard earned money. Our Red Hot Cut Prices do the business. Follow
the crowds, you can't go wrong. All roads lead to Red Iron Racket Stores at Laurens, Greenwood, Spartanburg, Anderson, and September 1st we
will open up in Greenville, S. 0. Come quick, we have the largest stock of Special Bargains ever offered in South Carolina. Bargains in the Base
ment. Come and look through, you will make money. Buy your Clothing at Red Iron Racket, you will be right.
1,000 Hoys' Suits.
Big values, c9c, $1.23, 1.69, 1.98 np to 5.87
for the $7.50 kind.
We have the biggest line and the
biggest values In Clothing ever brought
to the sunny South, prices $3.94, #4.98
#0.39, #N.87, $9.98, #12.30, $15.00, #18.00
for the $22.50 kind.
Fine Tailored Suits. Our Clothing
has the Latest Styles of any made up,
Quality goes with them. Come In
and try on one.
3,000 Pairs of Pnnts.
Pnnts?Vfe have the biggest line of
Punts you ever looked through?two
Legged Bargains from 98c, #1.18, #1.39,
#1.98, #2.48 #2.97 up to #4.87 for the
#0.00 kind. Buy your Pants hero.
\ 011*11 have money left In your pocket.
Our Shoes bare quality and style,
and the pi Ice Is 15 to 25 per cent
LESS than yon can b'ny same Shoes
elsewhere. Come and try your foot
in a pair?we will satisfy yon in Shoes.
$1.35 Plow Shoes.98
$1.25 Ladies* Shoes.08
Ladles' Shoes?#1.25, #1.89, #1.08,
#1.97, np to #2.94.
Men's Shoes?$1,39, #1.08, #1.98,
#2.39 np to $8.87.
Children's Shoes?48c, C9c, 87c, 98c,
up to $1.97.
2 good Handkerchiefs.05
All Standard Patent Medicines #1.00
bottles for 87c. Call for whnt you
Wo sell H?mo goods for less money.
Red Iron Racket is a cut price store,
always working for more business,
and ne get it by selling sumc goods
for less money.
<*> SPECIAL BARGAIN DAYS EACH WEEK i\
J. C. BURNS & CO.,
208 Laurens Street.
5 Cut Price Stores
RED IRON RACKET
Will open up in
Greenville Sept. 1, 1910.
Laurens, Greenwood, Spartanburg, Anderson