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?? Silver Wedding Anniversary. *
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This was a very delightful occasion
in tii.' hospitable home, o? Mr, and Mrs.
John Mill when a few friends met to
colebr.tte with them their twenty-five
years of married life. These years
have brought to them health, happl
?? ness and 'prosperity N'lno splendid
. s,ons ai>d .Uli ?? Joveiy. young daughters
gathered with them around the happy
fireside. There was no "vacant chair''
until a few months ago, their eldest
son, Karle, while it was yet morning
time in his fair young life, was cull
ed "up higher". They sadly miss "the
touch of the vanished hand and the
sound of the voice that is still." Hut
for this bereavement they meant to
have had their "Silver Anniversary"
a festive occasion,
Their handsome hone was once the
residence; of Mr. William Mills, who Is
so pleasantly remembered by our old
er citizens as the very courteous and
successful merchant of long ago in
this city. By him this fine estate was
bequeathed to Mr. John Mills, who
has added to it and kept It In fine con
%!lt'in A '.'.rnded school nearby, un
der the excellent management of Miss
Allan of Virginia and Miss Hunter
from near Ora. gives good facilities
for education to the children or the
It was a real pleasure to the guests,
after the delicious dinner had been
enjoyed, to go out.with Mr. and Mrs.
"Mills and Miss Lucy Martin their love,
ly sister whose home Is with them,
and see the evidences of the thrifty
and progressive farming methods all
around. Fine fields of grain and
splendid orchards, registered cattle,
fine colts, sheep and hogs, with grand
poultry of all kinds, bronze turkeys,
pea fowl, duck, guineas and fine chick
ens of many kinds and sizes.
A gasoline engine in the barn, beside
doing many other duties faithfully,
pumps water from the well and dis
tributes it through pipes into the
house, the yard, and the various lots
for the stock. We so much enjoyed
seeing so many comforts and con
veniences. Then when the pleasant
day was done and the evening shad
ows gathered. It was very sweet and
happy to see the mother with her fine
sons and daughters assemble around
the family altar while the father read
from the sacred "Hook of Wisdom''
and then returned thanks to Clod for
mercies pant and Invoked His guidance
through the coming years.?A friend.
Mr. Willie Mahaffoy has finished a
big aaw bill for M. ;W, Cray.
Mrs. Kmljy Woods, after spending
n few weeks In Habun community, has
Master Cray Hipp was tho'guest of
Lake Cray, Saturday nl?ht.
Mr. and Mi's. C. V. Hipp spent Hun
day, with Mr. Paul Gray.
Mr. Horace Cray spent Saturday
night with Mr. U. L. Babb.
Mr. Fulmcr spent Thursday night
with 13. H. Hooves.
Dr. Benson and wife spent Sunday
with W. B. Owons.
Mrs. Klizaboth Brooks has ?be??n
spending a few days with Mr. SV. K.
Mrs. Hose Holder spent Friday with
Mrs. L. It. Brooks.
Master Frank Cray who has been
very 111 for several days is improving.
AVOID IIAHSH BRIGS.
Many.. Cathartics Tend to Cause In
jury to the Bowels.
If you are subject to constipation,
you should avoid strong drugs and
cathartics. They only give tempor
ary relief and their reaction is harm
ful and sometimes more annoy"ng than
constipation. They In no wtiy cf.'cct
a cure and their tendency is to weak
en the already weak organs with
which they come In contact.
We honestly believe that v/a have
the best constipation treatment ever
devised. Our faith In it is so strong
that we sell it on the positive guar
antee1 that It snail not cost the user
a ? "lit if it does not give entire satis
faction and completely ?emedv consti
pation. This preparation is called
Roy all Orderlies. These arc prompt,
soothing and most effective in action.
They are made of a recent chemical
discovery. Their principal Ingredi
ent is ordorless, tasteless and color
less. Combined with other well
known Ingredients, long established
for their usefulness in the treatment
of constipation, it forms a tablet
whi -It Is eaten just like candy. They
may be taken at any time, either da>
or night, without fear of their caus
ing any inconvenience whatever. They
do not gripe, purge nor cause nausea.
T'uv y net without causing any pain
or excessive looseners of tho bowels.
They are lder.l for children, weak,
delicate persons and aged people as
well as for the most hearty person.
They come in two size packages,
12 tablets 10 cents. :i."> tablets 2't cents.
Remember you can obtain them only
at our store?The Rexall Store. The
Laurens Drug Co
* The University Letter. *
The health of the university la mott.
oxcellent. There has been no serious
sickness here this year.
The enrollment at present is 407.
This is the largest attendance in the
history of the Institution. During the
presidency of Wm, C. Preston, the
number enrolled was 216. This was
the maximum enrollment before the
The Carolina students come from
every walk of life,"especially do \vc
find the sons of the common people.
Our people have come to realize that
the place where their sons and daught
ers can get a good education most
economically is the state institutions.
Plinn Hall, the student, home, with
the genie! secretary is of untold value
to the students. The legislature and
his excellency, the governor, realized
this and gave a very liberal appropria
tion for its support.
The Thursday night lectures con
tinue' to he very interesting and In
structive. Prof. T?te gave a very fine
talk on Rural Schools last Thursday
evening. At the same time this week,
Prof. Carson will lecture on, "The
Colors of the Spectrum."
The following new courses arc be
ing offered at the University this
sptlng: "Negro Life In the South." by
Or. G. 13. Moore; "A course in Agri
culture" by Prof. A C. Moore. This
course is given primarily for the
teacher students who are going out
to teach in the public schools. Anoth
er course of much, interest is the one
in Insurance ;,iven by Prof. McCut
cheon. This is the only course In In
surance given In the Sooth.
The Stato High School Athletic Meet
will take place at the University on
April ?9. All Interested should writ<
to Mr. P. E. Scofleld, Physical Direc
The death of Mr. /ach McGhee, one
of Carolina's most Illustrious alumni,
cast a veil of sorrow over the cam
pus. Mr McGhee was at one time
professor of Physics at the University.
Has .Millions of Friends.
How would you like to number your
friends by millions as Bucklen's Arni
ca Salve does? Its astounding cures
In the past forty years made them.
Its the best Salve in the world for
sores, ulcers, eczema, burns, boils,
scalds, cuts, corns, sore eyes, sprains,
swellings bruises cold sores. Has no
equal for piles. 27>c at Laurens Drug
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
Mi WH OF MOUXTYILLE.
Hi-Ms of Interest Written In Attrac
tive stylo About People Around This
MountVillo, Feb. 27.?The patrons
of Hunter school district No. 2. have
built a new school house near Head
Springs church and Will 1 open up
school there today. We learn that
.Miss Annie Austin, of Cross Hill, has
been secured as teacher. Heretofore
this district has been united in the
Hock school with Or OS 8 Hill No. 5.
They have a good houSQ now, conve
niently situated to the pupils who will
compose the school.
The (lice Club of the Clinton col
lege will give nn entertainment at the
Mountvllle school building next Mon
day evening, March 6th. The public
is cordially invited (o attend.
Miss Lois Bryson wishes thus pub
licly to return thanks to her many
friends who so generously aided her
in the recent piano contest at Rasor
Mrs. Mamie Harrison, of Anderson,
was a recent visitor at Mountvllle,
spending a few days with her cousin,
Mrs. Anna Crisp.
? Messrs. W. B. Crisp and J. A. Davon,
port will leave tomorrow for Sumter
county where they will spend several
days fox huntiug. Mr. Crisp is taking
a ten days vacation from his work as
depot agent and operator here, being
relieved by Mr. R. C. Watts, of Winder,
Mr. M. B. Crisp, a few days ago,
made a business visit to Georgetown,
Mr, Timtnons and Mr. W. P. Fuller
went to Birmingham, Ala. last Monday
on a pleasure and visiting trip. They
report cold weather In the Iron City.
Many friends wi re glad to see Mrs.
.1 B. Rasor and little Francos, of
Greenville, in our midst last week.
They were visiting Mr. S. J. Rasor nnd
family and other relatives here.
Miss Julia Fellers will leave tomor
row for Grover, N. C, to spend a
while with her sister, Mrs. Lucy Crisp.
.Makes Everything New.
Old kitchen chairs, old furniture,
old closets, old bureaus, when worn
out make new again at a cost of lf> to
'}0 cents with a can of either Homo
Finish Domestic Paint, Home Finish
L. & M. Varnish, or Home Finish L.
& M. Varnish Slain.
Directions for use on each can. Any
body can use it.
Get it from J. H. & M. L. Nash.
Laurens; J. W. Copeland & Co., Clin
I CROSS HILL NEWS |
Cross Hill. F(b. 27.?sir. W. T.
Boyce went to Columbia last work
with his sister. Mrs. Sam Todd, of
Clinton, who was taken to the hospital
for a sei loUs operation.
Mr. I'. B. Watts returned from Flor
ida some days ago and is quite sick
with m< asles.
Dr. O. C. Protest o'f Walhalla Is In
town with a view to opening up a
dental ofllce here.
The entertainment by the school a
the auditorium last Friday evening
was quite a success and enjoyed by
a largo audience.
Miss Anne \ustln has accepted a
position to teach school a few miles
Prof. D. B. Smith, of Cross Anchor,
was a Cross Hill visitor Saturday.
Miss Corn Qrlffln, teacher of the
Vaughnvillo school, was In town Sat
Mr. W. M. Miller has been confined
to his room for several weeks on ac
count of tedious illness.
Mr. Lewis Hahaffey, of Eden sec
tion, spent Monday with his sister,
Mrs. Nancy Owens.
Mrs! ? Eugene Wasson, and Mrs.
Claude Wasson. of Friendship com
munity, visited Mrs. Rebecca Owens
Mrs. Melvina Aborcromble visited
her daughter, Mrs. Paul Willis, of
Shiloh community, sever:.! days last
Miss Edna Owens was the guest o?
Mrs. G. W. Babb most of last week.
Mr. Zeb Vance and family visited his
people near Augusta Cross Roads
Wednesday and Thursday.
Messrs Luther Ropei and Will \n
derson, of Lnurens, were in this com*
munlt yseveral days last week hunt
Mr. Lusian Babb and wife, of Green
Pond section, were the visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. T. F. Babb Saturday night
and with Mr. and Mrs. Lusted Babb
Mr. Hue Mahon and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Ma
Misses Jenavie Babb, Alpha and
Vena Martin of Eden, were the visitors
of Misses Mamie and Lala Stone Sat
urday night and Sunday.
MADDEN NEWS I
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tfjtdqeu, Feb. L8.?Tho young *?pfo
,p|c of lt>. n< ighborhood nub! enjoyable
social gatherings lately The pound
"supper at the residence of Mr. T. S.
Langs ton Friday night und the social
at Miss Tennie Madden's Saturday
night were both largely attended nnd
rgUeh enjoyed. MIfs Uonnio Prolfll
ha3 sent out invitations to a social
to be held at her home at an earl
The Rev .T. A. Martin filled his reg
al, u- appointment at Prospect 8nt.ii
day and Sunday. As the years go by
''?'o. Msi'Un grows In grace and wis
dom. Ho preached an especially goo I
sermon Sunday to a large and appre
The committee that has in hand
collecting of funds for the cemetery
fence are meeting with encouraging
success. Those who have not yet c< ?
tributed can do so. Messrs. J. M
Dean and W. H. Hudgens are two of
Mrs. Bolsvy Motes, the aged widow
of the late Allen Motes, is quite sick
at her home here. Her brother, Mr
Anderson Abercromblo, of Rabun ami
her granddaughter, Mrs. Dorn, of
Columbia, have been called to her bed
Mrs. Kttie Cunningham, her frier. Is
Will be pleased to hear, has almost re
covered from her recent Illness.
The little ones, Joe Pink, Martin
and Frances Finley, are also better.
.Mr. and Mrs. J. A. P. Moore were
the guests Sunday of Mrs. Teague an
Miss Lidio Culberlson is visiting
her uncle, Prof. P. C. Culberlson.
Miss Robbie Hudgens visited Mis*
Louise Dean Sunday.
Mr. 1!. F. Terry, who was buried al
Mt. Pleasant Thursday last, had many
friends here who grieve that ho ba
boon called. Ho was a gallant 0? n
federnte veteran. One by one ttu
"thin gray line is broken."
Kills a Murderer.
A merlless murdered Is Appendicitis
with many victims, but Dr. King s
New Life Pills kill it by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach. ll\cv
nnd bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites apendtcitis. curing consu
ltation, headache, biliousness, chill
2f>c at l.aur.'us Drug Co. and Palmetto
Don't fall to come to the big BOd i
snle. Red Iron Racket. J. C. Burnt:
& Co. Cut Price Store.
ONE SOLID CAR LOAD OF SODA
Bought direct from the Manufacturer, 30,000 lbs in full 1 pound packages (16 ozs to the pounch
put Up in airtigh packages. The Soda Man from the Factory will hold a Special Sale at our
Han from the
Come see the
Saturday, March 4th, 1911,
and will sell and give away Soda and Cook Books. Come and buy Soda Saturday. This is the
biggest shipment of Soda ever Shipped into Laurens. Every package guaranteed pure under
the Pure Food Law, and full 16 ozs to the pound packages. Will be sold in case lots, or in
Come Saturday to the Big Soda Sale.
One Car Load of 500 Cases of the best Soda made for this Sale. Buy Saturday and save money.
Man from the
Come see the
J. C BURNS & COMPANY
210 West Laurens St.
Cheapest House on Earth.
Laurens, South Carolina
Six Stores: Laurens 1, Greenwood 1, Spartanburg 2, Anderson 1, Greenville 1. All of these stores Sell Same Goods for
Less Money. Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions, Tin, Glass, Crockery, Enameled Ware, Sewing Machines,
Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Cigars, Cigaretts, Tobacco, Candy and Thousands of other Goods we have not time to mention. We
have very near everything you may need, and remember we Sell the Same Goods for Less Money.
RED IRON RACKET
SELLS SAME GOODS FOR LESS