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LaurcilS -May bo on Proposed Highway
From Asheville via Spartanliurg,
Newberry on to Columbia.
For the purpose of locating the route
for a highway between Spartanburg
and Columbia, the Spnrtanburg cham
ber of commerce on Thursday sent
out a "scouting" party, headed by
Secretary John Wood. Accompanying
him from Spartanburg were Editor
C. O. Hearon of The Herald. Editor
C. 11. Henry of The Journal. Mr. .1. T.
Harris, Jr., and others. On the way to
Clinton via Cross Anchor the par y
was joined by automobiles from Wal
nut Grove, Woodruff, Moores and oth
er points. All along be route the
scouts were given a warm reception,
and after a stop at Cross Anchor and
Clinton the party in the afternoon
pushed through to Newberry where the
night was spent, after attending a re
ception given at the chamber of com
merce by the citizens of Newberry.
At this meeting resolutions were
adopted heartily endorsing the propos
ed highway and pledging support in its
Returning to Spartanburg Friday
the scouts came back to Clinton, thence
to Laurens, arriving here just at noon.
All were loud in praises of the road
! from Laurcns to Clnton, declaring ft
the best travelled over on the trip.
The members of the party numbering
about twenty, were given a cordial
greeting and all were invited to the
club rooms where luncheon was served
and an informal reception and talk
fest was held.
.lohn Wood, the famed secretary of
the Spartanburg chamber of comerce,
explained the purposes of the trip,
pointed to the enthusiasm that had
been aroused along the line so tar
travelled, and invited the people of
Laurons to attend tin* big public high
way meeting to be held in Spartanburg
May 24. Mr. C. H Henry, an original
good road advocate, spoke briefly of
thi' great importance of road build
ing. To these talks County Supervisor
Humbert responded, setting forth some
practical ideas on the subject and as
suring the visitors tltat he was pleased
to have them in I.aureus on such a
mission. Other talks were made by
.1. V. Fielder. P. T. Swlt/er of Spartan
burg, and .lohn F. Holt of Laurens.
The scouts were met here by W. S.
Cray. W. W. Simpson and Dr. L. II.
Irby of Woodruff. County Supervisor
D. M. Miles. A. B. Qroce, Ceo. P. Moore
and D. w. McLain of Spartanburg al
so joined the party at luncheon hero.
At " o'clock the visitors left for Fnoree
and Woodruff. The following made
up the pathfiindlng party:
John Wood, secretary of Spartan
burg chamber of commerce; C. O.
Hearon, editor of Spartanburg Herald;
J. T. Harris, Jr., owner and driver of
Spartanburg chamber of commerce
Ofllclal car; Charles II. Henry, editor
of Spartanburg Journal: 1'. T. Swllzer,
county commissioner Walnut Qrove
township; Newton Nesbitt. member of
general assembly; t'onway Thompson,
J. I). Snoddy, Samuel Enoddy, J. P.
Fielder, vice president Spantanburg
chamber of commerce; Paul Moore, of
Moores, president of Spartanburg
County Good Iload league; 1.. M. Pear
son. IX. V. Lanford, Woodruff; Archie
Willie, editor Woodruff News and Her
ald; c. M. Drummond, secretary of
Woodruff chamber of commerce?; Sulli
van Hill, Cross Anchor; J. 11. Cope,
.1 r., II. C. Scott, Spartanburg.
Rev. Mr. Parker to Kentucky.
Rev. C. P. Parker, whose resignation
as rector of the Church of the Epiph
any was noted last week, left Friday
morning for Unlontown, Kentucky,
where be has accepted the assistant
rectorship of St. John's church and a
position as instructor in the Episcopal
Prompt relief in all cases of throat
and lung trouble if you use Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Plensant to
take, soothing and healing in effect.
Sold by 1.aureus Hing Co.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Dr. and Mrs. Goo. P. Mosoly of Cross
Keys wore hero for the doctors' con
Dr. and Mrs. J. Comer Mock accom
panied bj two of their children were
here Wednesday from Pledmout for
the doctors' meeting.
Mrs. John II. Halle of Charleston,
West Virginia, is visiting at the home
of Mr. L. Q. Halle.
One of the big jovial, all-round fel
lows here tor the convention was Dr.
Willie '1'. Jones of Ware Shoals.
Dr. Jno. 1'. Young of Rich burg, Ches
ter county, who was principal of the
Princeton High school in the early
'90's, attended the State Medical asso
Rev. S. It. Hass of McCormlck and
Mr. TllOB. McCoy Hass of Columbia
spent Friday night sind Saturday In
'.aureus on their way out to Warrior
Creek church for the centennial ser
vices Sunday, both having been former
members of the old church.
Mr. Adolph Shaver and little daugh
ter, Miss Sarah, have returned from
a four weeks visit to relatives in Cin
Mr. Giles Wilson. State bank ex
aminer, spent several nays last week
in the city In his official capacity.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McCuoil attend
ed the McCuen-WIllis marriage at
Princeton Wednesday afternoon. April
Dl'S. Miller, Phl8on and Peake rep
resented Cross Hill at the State asso
Dr. Fennel of Waterloo was here
from first to finish, and apparently
enjoyed the convention as mucli as any
Dr. J. W. Davis of Clinton and C. D.
Fast of Goldville were up tor the con
Di s. T. L. W. ?ailoy, w. I,. LJalley,
J. I.ee Voting, and .1. 1). Austin, all of
Clinton were attendants upon the as
Mr. N. D. Franks of Oreer is here at
Mrs. Adolph Fuller of Mouutvlllc
was in the city Monday.
Mr. A. C. Watson was In the city
Monday returning from the Warrior
Creek centennial celebration to his
hove in (ireeiiwood.
Miss Susie Jones of Newborry vis
ited in the city from Friday until Tues
Chamberlain's ?tomnch and Liver
Tablets assist nature in driving all
impurities out of the system. Insuring
a free and regular condition and re.
storing the organs of the body to
health and strength. Sold by 1.aureus
The Lattreus Trust Company has moved its offices to
The Todd Block, South Harper Street,
iu the office rooms recently occupied by Messrs. Dial &
Todd. Anyone having business with the Managers of the
Company will please call there.
Remember we have the verj best line of
Insurance, both Fire and Life,
under the management of J. R Tolbcrt, and we handle
for the Company and other parties also, we in
vite an inspection of our list and would like to have yon
place the property you have to sell with us.
We have a few blocks of those nice pretty building
lots on the Badgett land, which we would be glad to show
1 Laurens Trust Co.
C. A. Power, Mgr. Real Estate Department.
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos
I wish to eall your attention to my line of Tobaccos. 1
have in stock fresh lines of the most popular and choice
selections of Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos.
A CHOICK SELECTION Ol* CIOARS ALS' >
Dr. Posey's Drug store
|| The Store in which every woman realizes more than she is led to expect - ?
Switzer's White Goods Department is famous for its Excellent Qualities and Great Values. It includes
not only all the standard plain weaves of both domestic and foreign maufacture, but a great variety
of fancy weaves in most desirable qualities and patterns. The approaching Commencement Season
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fabric you want for Commencement Dresses, as well as others being desirable for Summer Waists
and Dresses for all who wish the "Newest" in White Goods
=?-.. 11EAD THE ITEMS BELOW ? ?
White Goods Department
32-in. Persian Lawn, fine and sheer, smooth
weave and excellent qualities, from 25o
down to *
86-in. Lingerie Mulls, in white and cream,
soft silk finish, makes waists or 4 r? *y g?
dresses, ? IO m ? a\ O
45-in. fine Batist?\ snow white, extra sheer c
and very smooth weaves, special
36-inch. India Linon, special .10
45-inch Butcher's Linen, bleached, special .50
36-inch Butcher's Linen ?25=5!.35
Genuine "Flaxon," plain and corded weave,
also shadow and mercerized stripes, j
25c down to ? 1 vr
127-inch Antrim Lawn, full line of col
Best 27-inch Ginghams, only
Best 36-inch Percale, only
Best full 4-4 Bleaching, only
Little Things in Notion Section
New Braid Pins in ali the new
fashionable shapes, prices
New Barrettes, small, medium and
large, assorted shapes, each
Belt Pins and Buckles, in newest
kinds, black and colors, price
Novelty Collars, Fancy Lace, Dutch
Stock, embroidered and others, at
Fancy Beads in the new Histeria
shade, long and short, special
Our ability to sell you a superbly fashionable
and serviceable? trimmed Hat at prices usually ask
ed for the ordinary kind, our wide range of designs
from which to select, and the low prices brought
about by our immense purchasing power, are the
factors which have cont ributed toward making this
the mocca of every woman who seeks the best in
Fash ioriable M i 11 i ne ry.
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
Don*t be foolish enough to think that all shoes
are as good as they look. As a matter of tact,
some are only fit to adorn a window or show case,
They are not fit to be worn. Our shoes stand ser
vice as well as presenting a handsome appearance.
Try a pair of our Drews .$0.00 and $3.50 shoes for
ladies in all leathers; or a pair of Knee Laced at
$3.50 and $4.00 for men. You get all that is com
ing to you in these Oxfords. Try a pair next time.
Don't fool your feet and pocket book any longei,
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