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* Prince toil Locals. *
riinceton, April 17.?Services wore
conducted Sunday morning by the pas
tor, Rev. It. O. Lee. It was Kastor
Sunday and there was a general dis
play of Kastor hats.
Miss Laura Childors of Anderson Is
visiting her sister Mrs. J. P. Simpson.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. (\ Willis and Mr.
Jeter McCuen of Fork Shoals spent
Sunday with M. D. McCueu.
Miss Nora Taylor and Mr. Monroe
of Laurens were the guests of Mr. J.
W. Taylor Sunday.
Several of our people attended the
Arnold-Crane wedding in Honen Path
last Wednesday, among these were:
Miss Maude Machen and Mr. John, Mr.
Robert Arnold. Jr., and Col. K. B. Ar
Mr. Joseph T. Davenport made a
business trip to Greenville last week.
Miss Ludie Taylor has returned
home after an extended visit to rela.'
tlves in Columbia.
Col. R. B. Arnold spent a few days
in Greenville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Bramblett have
gone to Fountain Inn, where he con
ducted services Sunday.
Mr. J. M. Woods, accompanied by
his wife and little daughter, Zella, vis
ited Mr. McClary near Pelzer Sunday.
Mrs. C. Q. West and children spent
last week with her father, Mr. W. 1).
Sullivan at Tumbling Shoals.
Mrs. Mary W. Carter has returned
after a several weeks' visit to her
daughter. Mrs. Allen in Honea Path.
Tho teachers of the Princeton School
will give an egg hunt for the school
Kastor services were held at Mt.
Hot hol church Sunday afternoon.
Westmoreland's Tetter Ointment
removes till roughness or redness of
the skin. Heals all erruptlons, makes
the skin smooth, fair and healthy.
Sold at your Drug Store.
There Is absolutely no need of
your spending so much time in
the kitchen : r< paring the three
daily meals. You can jest as
well have more lime for other,
more Importances. By the or
dinary method of cooking, you
spend full} two thirds of tho
day In the kitchen. This is en
tirely unnecessary |? you use a
I! cooks l>< it with : b <Mute
ly no attention, cooks more thor
oughly?more appetlsiugly, re
tains ..ii the goodness?all the
tissue ami strength building
qualities of the food. None is
lost by evaporation in boiling
away. .No unpleasant odor, no
burning or schorchlng of food.
The loss expensive and tough
est meats are cooked far betloi
and more tender by the "Caloric"
in etil Od. The 'Caloric" not on
ly boils and stows, hakes and
roasts even kette- than can !).?
accomplished |,y nny ordinary
StOVO, am", costs much less to
? Let is t ?!! you more about this
wonderful saving Pirol ess Colde
A Catalogue full
of information, with
prices and illustra
tions for the asking.
M. S. BAILEY & SONS
Clinton, S. C.
j I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Dr. J. Mnxcle McLces .spent Sunday
in the city.
Mr. B. P. Kuller, of Mountville, was
In the city Friday,
j Miss Winnie Jeans spent Faster with
j Mrs. Wallace at Ora.
Mr. T.. A. Dronnecke, of Greenwood,
wns in the city yesterday.
Miss Ethel Lnngstqn spent the early
part of tho week in Clinton.
.Mrs. F. P. McGowan has returned
from a visit to Gainesville, On.
Miss Annie Mae Lnwson, of Colum
bia, is visiting Miss Helen Crisp.
Miss Hattle Phlnney, of Clinton,
spent Faster with Miss Marie Lnng
Mr. Marvin Pranks, of Charleston,
spent Faster ^n the city with his par
Mr. L. G. Dalle made a short visit
to Newherry the latter part of last
Mr. H. H. Jordan .of Spartanburg, Is
visiting Mr. M. 1.. Roper and other rel
Mrs. J. J. Pluss is visiting friends
in Columbia and will attend the music
Mr. James H. Sullivan has return
ed from Brunsons where be spent sev
Mr. Creswell Fleming returned to
Laurons from Greenwood the first
part of this week.
Mr. John W. Ferguson, Jr.. of HartS
ville spent Faster in the city with Iiis
father, Col. Ferguson.
Mr. G. Ik Taylor of the Harmony
church section was a business visitor
to the i ity yesterdav.
Mr. Messer Babb who has boon sick
at his home for several weeks, c >n
tinues about the same.
Mr. (his Simmons, who now has
headquarters in Greenville, spent sev
eral days in the city this week.
Mr. O B. Simmons, a prominent
banker, and merchant of Laurens, is
I in the city.?Greenwood Journal.
Miss Josie Sullivan, of I-^iurens, is
spending Faster with Miss Caroline
Vance, in Eau Claire. "The State."
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lcaman, of Cross
! Hill, were among the visitors who
j were in the city Monday shopping.
Miss Sadie Sullivan, who is attend
j ing the College for Women spent
I Easter in the city with her parents,
j Miss Lucy Peden and Miss Esther
I Dorroh, of Gray Court were in the city
Friday attending the oratorical contest
Miss Maud Hammond, of Greenville,
is visiting Miss Mary Sullivan and will
; attend tho Sullivan-McLees wedding.
Messrs. .lohn Crews and Frank
Vance, of Columbia came up Saturday
to visit relatives and to nttend the
Miss Ruth Eastorby spent the Fas
tor holidays at home here and had as
her guest her college-mate. Miss Grace
Mi.-s Willie Dorroh is at home from
Winthrop College and is spending
some time with her mother. Mrs. \V. T.
Mr. Carlos Moseley, of Wofford Col
lege, Bpent several days in tie- < ity
with his parents during the Easter
Capt. Ellison A. Smytho and Mr,
John A. Law were in the city Thurs
day looking after their interests in
tho Watts Mill.
Miss Jennie Fleming came up front
tie- College for Women and spent Fast
er with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
0, ('. Fleming.
i Mi.-s Ella Brown, of Spartanburg,
.spent Eastor in tho city with Mrs. M.
I.. Copeland ami attended the dance
Mr. Earl Owens and friend. Mr. L.
F Dom, of Furnian Unlvorslty, spent
the Faster holidays in the city with
Mr. Owens' parents.
Mr. and Mrs. ('. M. Fuller. Mrs.
IlOgan Motes, and Mlssos Lee and Fay
Nelson, all of Mountville were in the
I city Monday slumping.
Mrs. .los. T. Johnson came down
from Spartanburg Friday to bo pres
ent Sunday tin- birthday of her moth
er. Mrs. W. II. Anderson, She return
ed to Spartanburg Monday.
Miss Hertha Jacobs and Miss Dallas
Watts, of Cross Dill, were among the
visitors in the city Monday. They were
here on a shopping tour.
Miss Ellorbe McDaniol and Miss Lou
Polle Fowler, of Mt. Pleasant section,
Bpcnl several days in Cross Hill last
week with Miss Ethel McDaniol
Miss Rosalie Franks left Saturday
for Flberton, Ga., whore she goes to at
' tend the marriage of Miss Laura Leo
Simpson, who is well known in Lau
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. "'?????.<?? 1 *t_
; tie children, Frnnk r. of
' Woodruff, attended tho funeral of Mrs.
I Wright's brother, Mr. J. Ross Dorroh.
National Representative II. Terry
and state Representatives win Thomp
son and C. K. Templeton loft yester
day for Greenville to nttend the State
Council of tho Junior Order of Me
Messrs M. 1(. McCuen and M. L.
Cheek of Prlnecton wore In tho city
yesterday on business connected with
some Improvements that arc to be'
mad" on the Princeton Baptist church.
Mrs. C. A. Foster and little son,!
Charlie, attended the funeral services
of the late Mr. .1. Ross Dorroh. They
are spending a few days with Mrs. W.
Messrs. William Sawyer and C. E.
Byrd accompanied Mr. Robert Ropoi
home Saturday and spent the holidays'
with him at the home of Iiis parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Roper.
Miss Elizabeth Simpson, of the Col.
lege for Women, and Mr. Richard
Simpson, of the University, spent ,
Faster in the City with their parents.1
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Simpson.
Mr Frank E. McCrnvy, who Is now
located at Wilmington. N. C, in the
service of tho A. C. L. Railroad, spent
Easier in the City with his parents.;
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. S. McCravy.
Kicked bj a Had Morse.
Samuel Birch, of Beetown, Wis., had
a most narrow escape from losing his
leg, as no doctor COttld heal the fright- 1
ful sore that developed, but at last
BtlCklcn's Arnica Salve cured it com
pletely, its the greatest healer of ui-1
eers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts,
corns, Cold-sores, bruises and piles on
earth. Try it. 25c at Lnurens Drug
Co. and Palmetto Drug (Jo.
Mrs .1. M PhllpOt was brought home]
Sunday fron her father's in tho coun
try where sue was tptlto ill .or more,
than two weeks. Since returning
home she has Continued to improve.
IM YS OK 1H //IM SS.
Come I? Hundreds of I.aureus People.
There are days of dizziness;
Spells of headacho, languor, back
Sometimes rheumatic pains;
All tell you plainly the kidneys are
Doan's Kidney Pills tire especially
for kidney ills.
Can Lnurens residents doubt this
Mrs. .1. L. McNeill. MusgroVO St..
Clinton, S. C, says: "I know what
Doan's Kidney Rills will do and I nm
pleased to recommend them to anyone
who is in need of a kidney medicine.
I was subject to attacks of kidney
Complaint and my back pained me In
tensely. Often I felt dizzy and nerv
ous and I noticed that the secretions
from my kidneys were unnatural
Seeing D'ian's Kidney Pills advertised.
I got a supply and It was not long
before thev made me well."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Postor-Mllburn Co., B iffaio.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remombor the nam?Doan's?and
take no other.
Vudor Porch Shndes, we now have
a full line in all sizes.
8. M. & E. II. Wllkes & Co.
splay of Spring Goods
WINS THE ADMIRATION OF ALL
Our line of Spring Goods is complete, and we will be glad to have
you come in and inspect our Stock. We feel sure that
we can please you in price and quality.
Flaxon, Plain and Checks, . 10c to 25c
40-inch Lawn, per yard, . 10c
White Waistings of all kinds, per
yard, from . 10c to 50c
Ladies' Wash Belts,. 10c
Silk Gloves in all shades and lengths,
from. 50c to $150
Lisle Gloves from. 10c to 50c
Ladies' Gause Hose, very thin, in
all colors from. 10c to 50c
Black Silk Hose from. 50c to $1.50
New line of Neckwear just arrived.
We are specialists in the Shoe line, and
can fit any member of the family.
For Ladies we have famous Mav-Manton
Shoes from. $2.50 to $4.00
For Gentlemen the Keith and Pratt is
unexcelled. $3.50 to $4.00
Beautiful line Children's Shoes, 25c to $2.50
A new line of soft collar Shirts, the very
latest thing for Men.
Nice line of Dress Shirts. Also Neglige
Shirts of all kinds, plain white and colored.
American Beauty Corsets?the long
kind,. $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
Nice Long Corsets, -. 50c
Laces and Embroideries!
We have just the thing you want in
Laces and Embroideries. Edges and Inser
tions to match.
On Busy Corner
Laurens, S. C
J. E. Minter & Brother
Never have we had such a great assortment of desirable Clothing
for men, women and children, as we are showing this season, and it
will pay everyone to see us before making the Spring purchase.
Our Millinery Department is a delight to the ladies for we are
showing the merit and best style at popular prices. Miss Chilcote, Miss
Nannie Dorroh, Miss Marie Drummond and Miss Annie Sexton will
take pleasure in fitting you with the season's best styles in Hats.
No need to worry about that dross or skirt,
on nccount of children's dresses tor we have
all (hem here ready, and .inst as chonp as yon
c:>.\ make Urem.
Silk Foulard Dress.$12.50 to $18.50
Voile Drees.$10.00 to $18.60
tdngaroe Dn ss.$'_M)s to $10.00
Chlldn n Dresses . .25c, 50c, 98c and up to $2.00
Deacon Oxfords.$1.00 and $:i.50
Now Is the time to get your hest selec tion of
spring suits. The styles are good, the fabrics
are hotter, and the prices more reasonable
Utah for several seasons. Sou will he proud
in one of our tailor-made suits, for
.$15.00, $18.00 $20.00 and $25.00
See our great line of advertised Suits at $10.00,
Roy's Knickerbocker Suits $2.50, $8,00 $5.00
' Suite" Hats, best style for men going now $11.00
French Shrlner and finer, and Stetson Ox.
fords., .. ..$5.00
Short Sleeve Underwear.25c and 50c
Knee length Drawers.25c and 50c
We want your business on the merit of our Goods. It will pay you
to investigate this store. Courteous Salesmen and Sales
ladies will take pleasure in serving you.
J. E. MINTER & BROTHER