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l LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Rev. John E. Carlisle of Latta, who j
Is on a visi' to Laurens relatives,
?< ached at the First .Methodist church
"The Lawyer, a Faccor in the King
dom of tied was the theme of Rev.
W. E. Thnyer's Sunday evening srr
mon at the First Baptist church, this
concluding the special series.
Mr. R. Coke Gray has returned to
the city from a two month's stay at
Miss Helen McGhee of Greenwood
arrived yesterday to spend some time
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. \Y. II.
Dr. W. W. Dodson was a visitor in
KJreenvllle last Thursday.
Miss Tal hot. who has been visiting
Miss Louise Shell in Spartanhurg has
Miss Sarah Martin who has been
visiting friends and relatives, here
has returned to her home in Spartan
Mrs. Joseph F. Burton and little
daughter are visiting relatives in New
Mr. G. H. Finley was a business vis
itor here Saturday.
Mrs. W. IL Gilkerson spent Wednes
day with relatives in Waterloo.
Mr. Albert Teague was a visitor In
Miss Claudia Washington of Green
ville was the guest of Miss Erllla
Brow alee last week.
The Demorset Comedy Co. will he at
opera house the week of the 19th
They are old friends, and well known
to I aureus.
Mr. Baar Vance left Tuesday for
Laurens where he Is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Albrlt.?Clinton Chronicle.
Mllss Lilly Miller returned Mon
day to her home in Laurens after
sp< tiding a few days with 1km- friend.
Miss Eleanor Duckett.- Clinton Chron
The Demo rest will put on a new lot
of plays at their appearance at the
city opera house next week.
Mr. W. H. Workman, of Laurens
County, was in the City Friday.? New
berry Herald & News.
Mi-, J. II. Wood, a prominent farmer
from near Princeton, was among the
business visitors here last week.
Mrs. Will Purges* and children came
do rn from Greenville in an automo
bile last Friday, to see Mrs. N. A.
Sullivan at Chnrlton Hall, and then
on to Laurens to visit Mrs. W. A.
Miss Sadie Cogbnrn, who has been
visiting Mrs. W. A. Clarke, returned to
her hom I at Norway last Friday, stop
ping for the night at Connie Maxwell
Orphanage at Greenwood.
Miss Kittle Owing-, after spending
Be> ? .1 weeks at .n> home of her
parents, Mr. and Mis. Frank Owiugs.
has returned to Roper hospital, Char
leston, where she is training for a
Mrs, Floyd Patten of West Virginia
who has been on a visit to her sister.
Mrs. ,V. H. Anderson returned yes
ter .? to her home.
Alter an extended visit to relatives
in Laurens, Miss Lois Mahnffey has
returned to Texarkann, Tex-Ark.
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Swygert and
little daughter Sarah Eliza, spent
last week with relatives at Ninety
Six, Coronnca and Peaks.
Mr. Ray Bramletl and sister. Miss
Elizabeth Bhamlett of SpArtanburg are
visiting in tin; city.
Miss Olive Culbertson who has been
? the popular and efficient milliner at
the Red Iron Racket for the past sev
eral seasons, has accepted a similar
position with Rush Pros, of Green
wood and will ent< r upon the dis
ci- '- of her new duties this week.
Mr. D. Roy Simpson, one of the pop
?la'i alesman of the city, has re.
si?'.e I his position with J. O. C. Flem
ing ft Co. and has accepted a place
with W, (!. Wilson & Co.
Not a minute should be lost when a
chilli shows symptoms of croup. Chnm
htvlahi's Cough remedy given as soon
as the child becomes hoarse, or even
aft i lie croupy cough appears, will
pre ni Iii.' attack, Sold by Laurens
Dri . Co.
The Woman's Mission Union of Ihm
reo P.eshytery will meet at Greenville
Second church. October I1-13?1.
Rev. and Mrs. P. F. Price of the Mid
China Mb.-ion. Rev. G. a. Mayes and
either Roy. J. o. Reaves, chairman of
the Exocutlve Poard or Rev. II. I".
Williams, Edltor of The Missionary
will bo present and give addresses.
Each church is requested to send
a delegate, Names of delegates should
be gent at once to Mrs. J. C. Pailey.
203 Angus;.! St., Greenville, s. c.
Mrs. J. M. Allen.
Spnrtanburg, S. C. Secretary.
f'itoiiou for Letters of Administration.
State of South Carolina,
Counts' of Laurens.
By 0. 0. Thompson, Probate Judgi
Win reas. J. D. Mills made suit to
me'to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration of the Estate and effects of
H. A. Mills.
These are. Therefore, to cite and
ndmo ilsh all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said H. A. Mills
deceased, that they lie and appear
before ine. In the court of Probate, to
he he'd at Laurens. C. II. S. C. on the
28th lay of September. 1910 next, af
ter publication hereof, at II o'clock
'In the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said Administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 7th day
Of September, Anno Domini 1910.
O. (?. Thompson,
7--t Probate Judge.
THE FIRST LESSON
Where Can I Buy With Absolute Confidence?
That little child can come and purchase here, knowing: full well she will
be as painstakingly arid attentively served as you yourself would be.
Such is the confidence you can have in this store.
For This Round Dining Table
With pedestal base, 42-Inch top, heavy
plain pedestal, extends G feet, finish is rich
quarter-sawed; a most excellent article for
the price named.
Top is 21 inches square, has French legs,
and good, big shelf at base. The table may
be had in either oak or mahogany finish; it is
well and substantially made, Hig value at
This Trade-Mark on your Stove
or Ran ice will solve your
best for your every
We will gladly arrange con
venient terms of payment
on any "Buck's" you
' 1 a*Jfh
This Beautiful Iron Bed $9.50
A brand-now pattern, has heavy posts and
tillers white, enamel, pill trimmed, vary
smooth finish, full size. Its equal could not
be purchased elsewhere for less than double,
New Creations in^CarpetsJ
it is with pride that wo invite you to call
and inspec t our most excellent showing of
new rugs, carpets, draperies, etc. Wo have
prepared a splendid and complete assortment
of everything that one could possibly desire
in these lines. We invite your inspection of
these splendid goods,
Roy?! Af i GvU'iftlns," assorted colors
of the most beautiful design, they are (> feet
wide and infect long, they arc new fall goods
and are well -.vorth double the d* ~)
price we have named for them *\)
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Company
p Wood's Descriptive Q
Fall Seed Catalog
now ready, gives Hie fullest
information about all
Seeds for the
Farm and Garden,
Grasses and Clovers,
Seed Wheat, Oats.
Rye, Barley, etc.
Alto tells all about
Vegetable & Mower Seeds
that can ho planted in the fall to
advantage and protit, and about
r iy.u.iums, TtllipS und oilier
Flowering Bulbs, Vegetable and
Strawberry Plants, Poultry
Supplies and Fertilizers.
Kvery Farmer and Gardpner rhould
have this catalog. It Is Invaluable In
Iti helpfulness und aiiffReatlvc Ideas for
n profitable and sr.tl*factory Kann or
Garden, Catalogue mallod free on
roqueat. Write for It.
I T. W. WOOD & SONS, J
^>?ir?dsrn<ri, - Richmond, Va. O
We are offering sonic extremely low
prices on Coco Mats, we have Ju. ? re
ceived a large shipment of these goods
and If you will need any of these goods
for the winter It will pay you to buy
before this shipment is sold out.
S. M. & K. H. Wllkes & Co.
South Georgia Farms
I have several thousand acres, level cotton and corn lands, in
farms ranging from 30 to 3,000 aces. Price varies from $5.00 t<>
$20.00 per acre, according t<> location, grade and improvements.
Business established over forty years. If interested, write
Wade H. Powell
Real Estate Agent
BlaKeley, - - Georgia
Statement Jan. ist, 1910, to Conn. Ins. Dep'ttn't
National Fire Insurance Company ?
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital Stock all Cash, $1,000,000.00
Funds reserved to meet all Liabilities,
Re-Insurance Reserve, Legal Stundard, 4,685,577.28
Unsettled Losses and Other Claims, 802,835.9?
Net Surplus over Capital and Liabilities, 2,840,294.01
Total Assets January 1st. 1010, 9,328,707.2">
J. J. ADAMS, Agent
The success of a man in business
depends on Iiis attention to little
A thousand get rich l>y saving,
where <>ne <^c ts rich by speculating.
Thai person Is wise who in youth
makes provision for old age.
A dollar saved today may be the
foundation of your fortune.
Begin saving to-day, tomorrow
you may forget it.
Saving like spending is a habit.
1 he Place to Put Your Savings is
Laurens, S. C.
X. 15. Dial, President C, H, Roper, Cashier