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J* MONTHLY HONOR ROLL. *
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<S The Honor Roll thla year consists
fi of names of pupils who have made not
f lees than 95 on deportment, 95 on at
y tendance and 90 on scholarship. To
i fall on cither ono, the pupil's name
does not appear on the Roll.
The folowing is the roll for the first
. Second Orado?Fred Bishop, Frank
?C?ldwoll, Klbort Copeland. Maxey
Richey, Beatrice Babb, Eula Burna,
Ttuby Dent, Lee Ora Hunter. Margar
et Lake, Nancy . Meng, Eleanor Miller,
Rosa MoOowan, Mary Owings. Frances
Todd, Emmie Lee Washington, Rosa
Third Or ado?Thomas Barksdale,
Lucius Burns, Montieth ('nine, T. (1.
Ellis, William Gray, Coy Heid, Flora
Bennett, Marlon Bolt, Kathorine Bolt,
Rosa Gray, HarrletO Hughes, Caro
line Rankltl, Gladys Roper, Sarah Sex
ton, Emmie Sulliaan, Lee Watson.
Firth Grade?Cahell Garrett. Charles
Hughes, William Lane, Nash Phllpot,
Sarah Bishop. Mary Blackwell, Anna
Sullivan, Juanlta Wllkes.
Fifth Grade?Bruce Bagwell, Annie
Barksdale, Martha Barksdale, Emma
Barton, Mildred Counts, Harlan Crews,
Kathleen McGee. Lola McPhall, Ber
ntes Meng, Lela Koondtree, Hat tie
Watson, .lohn Hudgens, Robert Lucas,
William Faiks, Calvin Teague.
Sixth Grade-Hilda Bundrick, Ma
mie Burns. Rebecca Lake, Belle Burns.
Gertrude Hamilton, Vlrvlnla Sullivan,
Daisy Belle Tolllson, Elizabeth Young.'
Leon a Adams, Frances Myers, Any .
- Seventh* Grade?Ruth Bagwell, An
nie Burns. Alice Dent. Lucile Moore.
Sarah Reld, Vera Templeton, Lucy Mc
Phall, Mary Sullivan, Frances Davis.
Martha Owings, Hattte Sullivan. Cecil
Eighth Grade?Hugh Alken. Mar
garet Dunlnp, Hattte Gray, Inez Hud
Kens, Lizzie Lenke, ."diznbeth Moseley,
Eugenia Nichols, Virginia Simtson,
Herbert Sullivan. LH la Todd, Mary
Ninth Grade -Mamie Austin, Caro
line Roper, Gussle Miller.
Tenth Grade?Edwin Moseley, An
Second Grade?Joe King Addle
Third tirade?Cora Lee Curry. Mol
? NB WS FBOM JONES.
Jones, Oct. 23.?Rasor's Brldg* has
been rebuilt and we are profoundly
grateful to all of our friends who! kind
ly helped to have it replaced; j
Our Sunday school Is progressing
nicely under our efficient superintend
ent, Hon. J. F. Morrison.
Rev. R. M. DuBose of Princeton will
preach here next Sunday afternoon
and everyoue is cordially Invited to the
At the next communication of Brcw
erton Lodge A. F. M. on 4th Saturday
there will he work In the E. A. F. C.
and M. M. degrees.
We recently had the pleasure of
meeting our warm friend Mr. Mark
Nelson, of Cross Hill.
Misses Mary, Helle and Lala Jones
attended the Harnum and Bailey cir
cus at Greenwood.
All who attended the Laurens and
Abbeville fairs were well pleased with
Dr. J. B. Workman has purchased
a handsome Ford.
Miss Oliva Jones visited friends and
relatives at Greenwood last week.
Mr. James Baldwin passed away on
the 17th last, and was buried at Quak
er church. He was a brave Confed
erate, a staunch patriot, a warm friend
and high toned gentleman. We ten
derly sympathize with his bereaved
All those wishing to purchase or
rent lands in this section can bo ac
Mrs. Win. Henry Moore has returned
from a visit to her daughter in Mon
Miss Belle Jones and Brother.
Frank, were In Greenwood Tuesday.
Hodges and McN'eely have a splen
did meat market.
Mr. and Mrs. WlllUOt of Ware Shoals
entertained suite a number of their
friends at a "Hob Goblin" party last
Wednesday evening. Those present
reported a delightful time.
Miss Lucy ('lardy of Laurens visit
ed Mrs. Wllmot Smith at Ware Shoals
Don't trifle with a cold, good advice
for prudent men and women. It may
he vital in case of a child. There is
nothing better than Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for coughs and colds iti
children. It is safe and sure. For sale
by ail dealers.
Mt. Olive, Oct. 23.?We are having
plenty of rain these days. Cotton that
is In the field Is being damaged some
?nd a great deal cf mowed grass has
been damaged by the rains.
Mrs. Lizzie Washington has return
ed from Piedmont, accompanied by her
daughter, Mrs. Webb and two chil
dren from Cleburne, Tex.
Mrs. Manurva 11 til ia visiting her
son, Mr. A. E. Hill, at Laurens.
Mr. Luther Cooper Is suffering with
his back. However, he is out on
There wore a few went to the fair
last Thursday from this place.
Hill & Cooper ginnery is kept very
busy these days.
LONG STAPLE COTTON.
Encouragement Offered by Hie state
Special attention will be paid to
agricultural exhitdts at the State Fair
to be held In Columbia from October
30 to November 3. A number of
handsome prizes will be given for the
best showing made along tbe various
lines of agriculture.
Am wig the features of the Pair
will be the Cotton Exposition to en
courage tbe growth of long staple
cotton in this State. The exposition
will be held under tbe auspices of tbe
United States farm demonstration
work and $1,000 In prizes will be
given for the best results shown In
tbe growth of the staple cotton.
Reports received her - Indicate tha*
many farmers in the State will .scud
exhibits of farm products. There
will be a special building for the agri
HER II AI It GREW.
That's Why a Thankful Woman Rec
ommends Parisian Sage.
The Laurens Drug Co. will sell you
a titty cent bottle of PARISIAN SAGE
and guarantee It to banish dandruff,
stop falling hair and itching scalp, or
money hack. It's a delightful hair
dressing that makes hair lustrous and
"In the spring I was recovering from
a severe case of erysipelas, which left
mo virtually bald on tbe front of my
head and next to my ears. The hair
kept coming out rapidly and nothing
I used stopped my getting entirely
bald, until I used two bottles of Pa
risian Sage. This tonic made my hair
start to grow in and, in fact grew me
a good fair amount of hair, and it has
entirely stopped my hair falline out.
It is with pleasure that I give a
pjublic recommendation to Parisian
Sage which I know is a wonder." Mrs.
Ella Gilchrlst, W. i'itt St.. Bedford. Pa.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
THE BEST WAGON ON EARTH
We have just received One Solid Car Load of these
Wagons and are in a position to give you the best
Wagon on the market at a price that will suit you.
They are built to stand the wear and tear of the
heavy country roads and they have given satisfac
tion to users the world over. They are Ready for
Your Inspection at
R. C. Gray & Co.
Laurens, South Carolina
Nothing is Cheap that Does Not
f Give Value for Price Paid
The Best is the Cheapest. Our
Values are Unsurpassed
Extra Special Attractions
In every Department of our Big Store. We have been working to make it to your interest to do your Fall and Winter
Shopping Here. And we are more than confident that we can show you the Greatest Array of Values you ever saw,
and at prices that will be an actual saving to you. Our lines of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishings, Dry Goods,
Dress Goods, Silks, Ladies' Ready-to-wear Suits, Skirts, Waists and Millinery are complete in every
Department. Come and give us an opportunity to show what we can save you.
Big Line of Men's, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Sweaters Just Received -Biggest Bargain
Ever Shown in Laurens. See Them!
We always carry the prettiest, snappiest line of Men's Suits that
you can find. All the latest weaves, beautiful patterns, popular
prices.$15.00 to $25.00
Special world beaters .$10.00, $12.50, $13.50, and $15.00
We know that you can't do better than here on your shoe buying.
All the latest lasts and grades or leather. All good values.
Men's.$1.50 to $0.00
Ladles'.$1.25 to $4.00
Children's .50c to $2.50
Our lines are complete. Our prices are low for the values we
offer! See our 5?e, 75c, and $1.00 Underwear.
Also our Sweaters 50c to $5.00 for men and boys.
Our sales In Ladles' Suits are larger than ever. There Is a rea
son. We have the right values. Right styles, right fabrics.
.$10.00 (o $?5.00
We have all the new things In Waists. Beautiful line Silk Waists
from ..j5i0w to#7'r)0
Othor big values. 50c to $'110
Special lot worth $2.00, $2.r.0 and $3.00 now.'.'.Jlos
Never In our history have we had such a varied stock of Ladles'
Hats. All shapes, all styles from the cheapest to best $1.00 to $25.00
All worth the money. See our millinery before buying Will save
All shades, all kinds of fnbrlcs, special values 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Silk, special values.to ^i.ao
Agonts for American Lady and W B Corseta.
Coats Spool Cotton.
Stetson Hats and Uanan Shoes
Outfitters for the Whole Familey
Agents for Coats Spool Cotton
American Lady and W B Corsets