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IL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr :ind Mrs. James Shelly, of Wil
mington, N. ('., are visiting relatives in
Miss Helen Crisp, after a very pleas
ant visit to Columbia, returned home
Mrs. .1. .1 Pluss left Monday for a
short visit to friends near Mt. Mitchell.
Miss Bdmonia Qarrett went to
Greenville Tuesday to visit her aunt,
Mrs. B. .J. Gage.
Mr. .1. .J. Dendy returned Saturday
afternoon from a week's pleasant jaunt
at Qlenns Spring.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Holt are spend
ing this week at McColl with Mr. and
M: f Frank Tatum.
Mr. W. H. Gilkerson left Monday for
Anderson where he will spend several
days with relatives.
Mr. Hart Hichey is spending several
days In the city with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Richey, Sr.
Miss Talu Neville, after spending
severnl days with Mrs. II. K. Aiken,
has returned to her home in Clinton.
Judge It. C. Watts and family ar
rived In the city Saturday to spend
some time at their summer home here.
Miss Louie 1). Crews returned to her
home in Atlanta Monday after visiting
for several weeks Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Miss Helen Blackmail and Miss Met
tle Jones, of Fountain Inn, have been
. visiting the Misses Childress since
Miss Ames, who has been milliner
for Davis-Roper Co. during the past
season, left last week for her home in
Miss Josephine Sullivan, who was
recently operated upon at a Columbia
hospital, has returned home vrj much
improved in health.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Lane Monroe have
returned from their bridal trip and
aro now at home to their friends in
the Saxon cottage.
t apt. and Mis. R, V. Fleming came
ov< r from Greenwood by automobile
with Mr. Creswell Fleming this morn
ing to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. William M Hates have
returned to the city from their bridal
journey which was extended to Wash
ington and New York.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Durant, Jr., of
Charleston, passed through Laurens
Monday on an auto trip to the moun
tains of North Carolina.
Mrs. Brooks Swygert attended the
marriage ceremonies of Miss Sarah
Pncolette Rice to Mr. Bevorly Crum
Lewis in I'nlon last Thursday.
Mr. I. T. Lenke, an old Laurens
County bov and now a traveling sa! i
man for a la rue New York jewelry
ronccni Is in the city t ?duy on busi
Mr. and Mrs Marvin Mod lock and
children of the Huntington section
spent Saturday and Sunday in the city
at the homo of ('apt. and Mrs. J. M
Drs. W. 11 Washington and W. c
Miller !< !' yesterday for Chick Springs
where th'-y will spend a couple of d;.ys
attending the state Pharmaceutical
Misses Mary Nelson Slmms of Cave
Springs, Gn and Mary Lake Shelton
of Cedar Town. Ga. are spending a
few days with their cousin, Mrs. C.
B. Bobo, West Main street.
Mr. and Mrs Do WIR Norwood have
gone to Bynum, N. c. to spend a wock
or so with Mr. Norwood's relatives.
Mr. Norwood is the assistant postmas
ter her?' and he is now taking his an
Mrs. I!. R. MeWright. who has been
visiting her parents. Mr. an d.Mrs. .1.
B. W. Sullivan, has returned to her
home in Cnmden. sin' was accompan
ied by her sister. Miss Minnie Sullivan,
Who will visit her for some time.
Mr. John I). Mills, who has been
sick in Abbeville for some days, is
reported as doing much better. II- .-.a.
there playing base hall Win n the siek
ness came upon him. jio will bo
brought home in several dn\ -
Miss Gertrude Llpscotub, who in
been with Swit/.er Company during tin
past season as milliner, leaves today
for points in North Carolina from
where sie' will go to her home in Bal
timore lot a rest of a few months.
The many friends of Or W. \\\ Dod
son and family regie- to hear of their
departure for their new home in
Greenville. All of the household ef
fects were sent off Tuesday and the
family followed them Wednesday
Mr. C. H. Roper, cashier of the En
terprise bank, returned Friday from a
ten days' outing at Wrlghtsville Beach,
North Carolina. He had a fine time
and the Ashing was great. He thor
oughly enjoyed himself and returned
greatly envigorated and was at his post
of duty Saturday morning.
Cadets B. A. Sullivan, Jr.. Thos. D.
Lake, Jr., and Ose Slfgrcaves are at
home from the South Carolina Military
Academy. Mr. Sullivan, who Is a son
of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Sullivan of this
city, was a mem her of the graduating
class, while Cadets Lake and Slt
greaves completed their first year.
The many friends of Mr. Janice
Wham, who has been very ill at his
home u few miles from the city for
several days, will be glad to know
that ho Is getting some better. .Mr.
Wham suffered a partial stroke of
paralysis Saturday and at one time his
case was quite serious, although now
he is getting better.
Among those who enjoyed th? Glorl
oils Fourth out of town the following
spent the day at Glenn Springs, go
ing through the country in autos:
Misses Lily Stevens, Emily Meng,
Mary Todd, Donle Counts. Josle Sul
livan, and Messrs. Vance Irhy, s. M.
Wilkes. Osie Sltgreaves, Julius Sit
? aves and Arthur Lee.
.1. L. Anderson, ot the law firm of
Anderson. Felder & Koundtree. of At
lanta, a partner of Col. Thomas U.
Felder, was in Spartanburg for a short
while Wednesday. He came here
from Laurens and left for Atlanta.
Whether his visit had any connection
with Colonel Felder's difficulty with
Governor lllease was not learned.??
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CROSS HILL NEWS
Cross Hill. July .1.?The minstrel
entertainment, gotten up by the young
people here was enjoyed by a good
audience last Thursday evening, and
receipts were satisfactory.
Messrs. .1. K. Spearman, B. C. Chap
man, Douglas Chapman. John C. Kopp
and Henry Boyce went on a trip to
Charleston last week. They report i
Misses Mary Lou, and .Margie Mc
Oowan of Euharlee and Miss Allie
Tinsley of Cartersvllle, Georgia are
visiting Mr. W. T. Madden and other
relatives in town.
Mr. J. T. 'Llgon of Greenwood was
in town Saturday
Miss Gladys Price sister to Mrs.
Glen Parrott, is a Cross Hill visitor I
Mrs. Sallie Nance and Mrs. Pamela
F :gartee are with relativ? s und friends
Miss Laura Hollinusworth is with
homefolks here for a visit.
Thin Hair (In Top.
if Parisian Rage, the hair grower
that the Laurens Drug Co. guarantees,
will not cause hair to grow where the
hair is thinning out, nothing on this
And we say to everybody. num.
woman, young and old. you can have
your money back if Parisian Sage
Isn't the best hair grower, hair saver,
hair bcautifier- and dandruff cure on
tin- market today.
It stops itching scalp and falling
hair, and makes hair grow thick and
abundantly, or money back. Fifty
rents tor a large bottle*
"Parisian Sage makes the hair soft
ami brilliant ami promotes growth. I
gladly recommend it to everyone."?
G, M. Finmons, Albion House, Pots
dam, X. V.. June 7. 1910.
S00 acres of the best improved farm
ing land in the county cheap. Twen
ty-live horsq farm ripen and twenty
tenant houses, electric lights, water
works. Four miles south-east of the
Twenty.two acres, three miles east
of Laurens at Auld's Cross* Roads. In
high state of cultivation and well im
proved. At a bargain.
500 acres of tine land on waters of
Little Hlvor, ?1 miles south of Laurens
c H. In fine state o feultivation; 7
horso farm open; cheap and easy
loo small farms wanted for western
House and lot, on Fast Main street
containing it acta* with fine house,
bam and other Imnrovom n'4 on easy
House and lot on Garlington utrcot,
cheap for quick Kale..
400 acres neaf- Stomp Springs In
fine state of cultivation, G tenant hous
es. Price $11.50; per acre, one half
cash, balance It/ 12 months.
12.*i acres 1 V4 miles of public square,
electric lights and one of the best
farms in the county. $125. per acre,
One half cash, balance on easy terms.
Several lots on South Harper street.
House and lot on E. Main street, 8 1-2
acres and 15 room concreto dwelling;
finest place In upper South Carolina.
On easy terms.
Two elegant residences on Sullivan
street on easy terms.
One hundred acres tillable land
within corporate limits of city, very
reasonable and easy terms.
A number of farms and other prop,
erty for sale, seo us before you pur
chase or sell your property.
Todd Building Laurens, S. G.
? MADDEN NEWS <
Maddon, July 3.?There was genuine
sorrow in the hearts of many when
the message was received on Wednes
day that Mrs. W. J. Lungston, of Con
way had been called to her reward.
The body, accompanied by her devoted
husband and children reached here
Thursday afternoon and the funeral
and interment were at New Prospect,
the church of her girlhood and where
so many of her loved lie sleeping- The
funeral services were conducted by her
former pastor and life-long friend Dr.
Jno. D. Pitts of Blackvllle, assisted by
Roys. Thayer of Laurens and Martin
of Cross Hill, after which the body
was carried out and laid tenderly to
rest by the side of her baby boy who
preceded her to the grave several years
rrgo. The grave was covered by a
beautiful profusion of flowers?mute
testimony of loved ones and friends.
The pall bearers were all nephews
of the deceased: W. S. and C. A. Pow
er, W. C. Cunningham, B. ?. Hlakeley.
R. Jud Langston, G. H., P. W., and J.
Col. Spivey and Capt. Dusenberry of
Conway accompanied Dr. Langston on
his Had mission.
Among those who attended the fun
eral services were Dr. Jno. D. Pitts, of
Blackville, Itev. W. E. Thayer of Lau
rens, Rev. Jodie MarMn of Cross Hill.
Mr. Arthur Agnew of Greenville, Mr.
and Mrs. Muray Hughes of Greers,
Mrs. Emma Cunningham of Atlanta,
Mr. and Mrs. Mace Motes of Watts Mill
Mr. W. S. Power and Miss Eulie Pow
er of Ovvings, Mi. C A. Power and
family, Miss Margaret Moore. Mrs.
Kate Barksdale, Mr. and Mrs. John M.
Hudgens, Mr. M. H. Fowler and daugh
ter, and Mr. C. B. Bobo of Laurens,
Mr. Mae Poole of Cross Anchor, Col.
John Wharton and Mr. Carl Wharton
of Waterloo and Mr. IL B. Blakeley
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Whltt Adair.
and Mrs. Ramage, of Holly Grove;
Mrs. Langston was the sister of Mr.
Jno. R. Finley. She was born and
reared near Waterloo, S. C. and she
leaves a large family connection who
sincerely mourn her death.
Another sad occasion was the fun
eral at Prospect Tuesday afternoon of
Mrs. Venie Martin Smith who died at
Watts Mill, at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Gus Martin. Mrs. Smith
was a native of Mississippi, but for
the past few years she had lived with
her daughter. Deatn is always rad,
particularly so when one is laid to
rest far away from the scenes of youth
In this case the sadness was mitigated
by the fact that her father, Frank Mar
tin was reared here and when his
daughter was burled, reverently and
sadly the kinsmen of her father paid
the last respect to her memory.
Mrs. Lula Culbertson of Honea Path
has been the guest of her brother-in
law, Mr. J. D. Culbertson and family
for the past week.
Mrs. Percy Finley and children are
now on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. O'dell.
The parents of Mrs. Finley.
Mr. O. H. Finley had the misfortune
to get his Hue horse badly cut on a
wire fence. Dr. Karle Owens has the
There was an interesting service at
Prospect Sunday when Dr. W. J. Lang
ston preached for his home people
a powerful sermon on "The Resurrec
tion." Among those who came from
ot!:er churches to hear him preach we
noted Mr. and Mrs. Lee Langston, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Power, Messrs Lyl
Moore and Wellie McDaniel of Lau
rens; Mr. and Mrs. Bee Blakcley and
Mr. and Mrs. Whitt Adair, of Holly
Grove; Mr. W. C. Cunningham and
Bon of Mountvllle and Mr. Joe Odell
of Ekom. The sermon has been very
favorably commented on and we feel
sure that It was not preached in vain.
Dr. Langston after a short visit to bis
sister, Mrs. Power, at Owings and his
duughter, Mrs. Agnew in GreenvilJe
Will return to bis work in 1 lorry Coun
ty. The hearts of all go out in sym
pathy to him in his hour of Gethseui
anal and the prayers of many will be
vDr. J. L. Fennell, the well-liked Wa
terloo doctor wns on our streets re
cently. The doctor is a gr< at favorite
of many of our people and if we were
not such a healthy folk we suspect
Waterloo would have quite a time to
The drought continues unbroken, our
last season was the 13th of April. No
possible hope for a full crop.
Happiest Girl in Lincoln.
A Lncoln, Neb., girl writes, "I had
been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I
began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and in three days
I wns able to be up and got better
right along. I am the proudest girl
in Lincoln to find such a good medi
cine." For sale by all deulers.
DOiYT KNOW IT!
You Had Better Find Out About It!
Red Iron Racket Is Selling the Same
Identical Goods for Less Money
Here are Three Bills of Goods Bought from this Store. Notice How
Much Each Customer Saved.
Custermer No. 1
bars best Soap for .. .'.25c worth
:5c Colgate* Talcum Powder 10e worth
11.00 Watches, Stem Wind . ,53c worth
0 yds Simpson Best Calicoes 42c worth
>0c Elastic Scam Drawers ..Use worth
(5.00 Ladies Dress Hats . .!*2.(!s worth
)'?'.',() .Men s Hand Sewed
1.0 II). pkgs. best Soda .. . .25c worth
25c box Of lino Toilet Soap Hk? worth
M.00 Alarm Clock Improved 00c worth
Custermer No. 2
Poxes Searchlight Matches 10c worth
Large Family Bible < IO\12) OSe worth
1.00.Ladies Dutch Collars .. . .?.I0c worth
,70 25c Embroideries, extra, tine- IOc worth
50 $1.00 Stetson Shirts .68c worth
5.00 75c Jap Lugs. 36 in. by G ft :i9c worth
1 fine Suit of .Men's Cloths 0.05 worth
' *'(' 1 fine Suit of .Men's Clothes 5.00 worth
Custermer No. 3
I I pair Ladies fine Slippers $I.1S worth $
L' ?t'll pair Ladies line Slippers . . l.lS worth
,25 I Ladies fine Dress skirt. . .4.08 worth
.LT>|l gentleman's line Fur Hat 1.IS worth
1.00 Fine Dress Goods and Fancy
.7?j Wnlstings, yard .10c worth
12.50 1 pair heavy Plow Shoes for 08c worth
7 50 Ladles fino white Shirtwaist 08c worth
1 pair Men s Pants for .. . ,08c worth 1.50
I pair Ladies fine Slippers . r^.'2."> worth
Ladies Dress Skirts for ..LiS worth
liest Table Oll Floth lor
21 wan saved on a $13.05 bill.
I la t ve Japanese Lug
. . I5C worth
. .28c , wort it
j Totals. . ..$20.5.1
$8.87 was sav"ed on a $29.40 bill.
$5.22 was saved on a $18.40 bill.
1,000 MEN'S SUITS TO GO IN THE "BIG JULY SALE." Buy Now!
$5.00 Suits for $3.98
$6.50 Suits for $4.98
$8.50 Suits for $6.48
$10.00 Suits for $8.48
$12.50 Suits for $9.95
$15.00 Suits for $11.38
Wc Sell for Less
Walk a Block
Save a Dollar
Red Iron Racket
BUY YOUR GOODS OF
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY
AND YOU'LL SAVE DIMES AND DOLLARS
6 Cut Price 6
210 West Laurens Street.
Next to Bramlett's Shop.