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NEWS FBOM JONES.
Jones. S. C, Sept. 11.?The recent
Sunday School Convention at Ware
Shoals was quite a success. Presi
dent S. C. Hodges presided very grace
fully and all of the proceedings were
interesting and instructive. The ad
dresses by Miss Vandlver, George C.
Hodges, Hon. C. C. Featherstone and
Revs. Greene, Porcher, Hughey, and
Dallas were eloquent and inspiring.
Arthur Hampton, a worthy colored
man and good farmer was the first one
lo market, a bale of cotton.
Dr .Jones has a good cow for sale.
Messrs. J. A. and W. H. Hill recent
visited their cousin, Mr. John
We are Indebted to our good friend.
Mr. J. R. McNlnch, for a recent kind
Mr. Wilmot Smith has returned from
a visit to Columbia and Laurens.
Prof. W. P. Culbertson of Mountvlllc
delivered a very forceru; and eloquent
Sunday school address on the 1st Sun
day to a large and appreciative audi
ence. Prof. Culhertson was the first
teacher of the Jones high school and
after his address he was cordially
greeted by his former patrons and pu
Messrs Mendoza Higgins, of Cokes
bury, Coby Henderson of Hodges, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Cooper of Algarys.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hodges, Miss Nona
Rlley, G. 13. and Walter Riley of Rlleys
came to hear Prof. Culbertson.
Mr. Billy Cochran has accepted a' po
sition with Besch?m & Riley.
We are indebted to Mrs. Jackson
for some extra large tomatoes.
Drs. Neel and,Lander of Greenwood
honored us with a pleasant call last
Messrs Beemau Alexander of Green
wood, Tludgens, of Laurens and Allen
of Anderson were at Ware Shoals last
Miss Lona Riley has returned to
her school In Laurens county that she
has successfully taught for the past
Rev. Homer Owlngs. a former pupil
of the Jones high school, but for many
years a missionary in China will
preach at Ware Shoals on the third
Sunday at 11 a. m.
Mr. Walter Riley's handsome cot
tage Is Hearing completion and will
soon be ready for occupancy.
Messrs .Deacham and Itlley's gin
nery is in lirst class condition and is
Mr. Ed. Gaines, the genial cotton
buyer at Ware Shoals, Is paying the
highest price for cotton and will con
tinue to maintain a good market.
There was a delightful lawn party
at the home of Dr. W. T. Jones on the
evening of the 7th Inst.
Our very efficient county commis
sioner, Mr. G. 11. Riley, merits the sin
cere thanks of our people for per
forming his duties so thoroughly.
A Drendful Sight.
t-> H. J. Bai'iium, of Preevllie, N. Y.,
Was the fever-sore that had plagued
his life for years in spite of many rem
edies he tried. At last he used Buck
lens Arnica Salve and wrote: "it has
entirely healed with scarcely a scar
left." Heals burns, Roils, Eczema.
Cuts, Bruises, Swellings, Corns and
Files like magic. Only 2.r>c at Laurens
Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
The Shortest Name.
A correspondent thinks he has dis
covered tho shortest shop front name
lu London. It is above a shop in
Gray's Inn road?simply S. Be. There
is some sort of accent on the "o," but
the sign writer seems douhtful about
it. Can you beat that name for brev
Digestion and Assimilation.
It is not the quantity of food taken
hut the amount digested and assimil
ated that gives strength and vitality
to the system. Chamberlain's Stomach
and Diver Tablets invigorate the stom
ach and liver and enable them to per
form their functions naturall/, For
sale by all dealers.
* H0L8TEIN-FBIESIAN CATTLE. *
Editor The Advertiser:
1 have just read the Holstein- Frle
slan Cattle article In your issue of the
6th and accept the silo effort as good,
but believe that the cattle remarks
are misleading. Holsteln-Friesian cat
tle come to us from Holland, a region
of long and coarse grass, with Influ
ences generated in this grass well in
stilled In its cattle. I feel that south
ern Hoistein-Friesian statistics will
show that it has taken unnatural cf- |
fort to maintain even a normal grade,
much less get one hundred and twen
ty pound of milk a day and four and
one half pounds of butter from one
Binglo cow. Very naturally official
records like this put a milk and but
ter fever upon the dairyman and na
turally he figures for that extra care,
feed, etc., of seven or eight so-called
scrubs against one Holstein-Fritsian.
And so it might be, if an average of
nine and one half pounds could bo
guaranteed for eleven months out of
the twelve. But statistics say "No.
it cannot be done." None of the hip
herd shave maintained their official
records made in their own clime when
brought South. And then too, I had
not recognized the Hotstein-Friesians
as a "dual purpose" cow, but a "top
notchor" in her clime, yes a number
one, absolute. She Is a dairy cow and
not a beef cow.
John D. W. Watts.
Est eile Farm.
Tale Checks or Ilosy Ones.
Pale cheeks, muddy complexion,
dull eyes show a poverty of blood.
Bloodlne Liver Pills, will drive the
impurities from the system, and en
able your daily food to supply new,
rich, red blood and rosy cheeks.
Bloodlne Pills cure liver ills.
Laut ens Drug, Co., Special Agents.
is it Uopers Silver Ware just re
ceived and priced to save yofl from
2."i to 10 per cent, better see us before
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
The farmers are about through with
their fodder and are very busy pick
Messrs Lee and Robert Chapman
visited relatives In Fountain Inn and
Greenville ftom Sunday until Wednes
Mrs. G. W. Babb, after spending a
week with her brother, Mr. Winston
Smith, of Pelzcr, returned home
Mr. Hoh Acker, of Wllliamton Is
spending the week with relatives in
Misses Luln and Lena Brown re
turned to their home in Anderson
Tuesday after spending a week with
Misses Miie and Allie Babb.
Mrs. T. F. Bftbb, T. Houston llnbb
and Miss Mae Uabb el ft by way of au
tomobile, to visit relatives in Ander
son, Townville and other places Thurs
Mr. Solomon Mahaffey spent Friday
night and Saturday at the home ofi
Mr. T. F. Hahh.
Mrs. (!. W. Babb, accompanied by
her sons. Jool and Adjer, were the
visitors of Mr a.nd Mrs. /.eh Vance
Mr. Ellie Hahh spent Sunday with
his friend, Mr. Walter Owens.
Messrs Sloan and Nesbltt Million
were the guests of Mr. Lawrence Mil
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wasson and
little daughter, Nellie, were visiting
at her mothers, Mrs. R. II. Owens, Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gray and s?n,
Lake were at Mr. .1. A. Million s Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Helton Owens were the
visitors of Mrs. Nancy Owens Sunday.
"I have a world of confidence' in
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for I
have Used it witli perfect success,'
writes Mrs. M. 1. Bnsford, Poolcsvillc,
Md., For sale by all dealers.
\/OU KNOW that in any ordinary busi
* ness, the man who furnishes the
money wants half of the profits at least, and
besides he wants some say-so as to how the
business is run.
When You Rent a Farm This is Just as True
About Your Landlord.
Perhaps you realize that to-day a fanner is in the hest
business and surest paying; business on earth. We do to
such an extent that we will gladly furnish you money to
buy a farm, and instead of taking half of the profits will
only charge yon a small rate of interest. This means that
you will double your profits. Doesn't it appeal to yon?
Isn't it worth thinking about? Do not hesitate to conic
in and go over the matter fully.
HERE TO GREET YOU!
Our Magnificent Pall and Winter line of
the latest Styles and Fabrics in Women's
have just arrived. It is the most complete
array of newest style creations ever shown
and it is well worth your time to call and ex
Come and See these New Suits.
Special for Early Buyers.
All Wool .Suit, Silk Lined, . #12.50
All Wool Serge, Silk Lined,. $15.00
All Wool Serge, Silk Lined, . $10.00
Wiwmf AM tot?e
The SH (^DCTrampShoe
First Showing of Ladies' Footwear!
You will find in stock all the Newest Leathers and Toes, including Brown
Velvet Buttons, Black Velvet Button and Tan Button Boots
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
We Await Your Inspection as to Quality and Price.
Newest Fall Dress Patterns Just Received
Whenever yon buy Dress Goods in this store, you ai< in reality
buying dIreol from (be Mills.
Our idea in acting us exclusive agents for lite La Porte Woolen
Mills of I it di.-ina lias a t wo- fold purpose thai you should klid about:
FIRST: fly this arrangement, wo Invariably offej our cu 01
ers?the very cream of this grenl Mill's entire output ft rid '
patterns you find here cannot he duplicated In au> oil ? i?i
SKCOND: By buying dlrocl from the Mill*, we . i!
dlemnn's prolll. We buy and sell a finer, more vnrli
live lino of Dress Goods for less than ttnj other ion
of and our customers got the benefit
To you iliis means an unmistakable : \iug of nione; and
La Porte Dress Goods of Exceptional Style and Charm
Sponged and Shrunk Serges ami lireiidclotlis Henri} for lh<j Verdi?
a Spec lall) this Season.
No store in America is better able to satisfy the demand: of
customers for stunningly now weaves and shades in Drei Goods
than we are now.
Kxamine the dashing Novelty effects and pretty patterns we place
on sale tomorrow, and you will agree that the logical place to select
materials for your new Fall Dress is here.
Take Your Pick at Special Inlrodulcorj' Prices.
36 inch all Wool Suiting:.10c
*? I inch Broad Cloth.$1,00
'.',(* Inch All Wool Serge, only.ROc
2fi Inch Dress Velvet, only.$1.00
inch Poplar Cloth, only.2*?C
KG Inch Black Taffeta, special.7.1c