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HISS HASKKLL HENDERSON.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barkett
Henderson Dies at Ware Shoals
Where She was Teaching School.
"Ware Shoals, Dec. 4.?A gloom was
??Pt over our town and community
last Sunday morning when it became
known that Miss Haskell Henderson
liatl passed away at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Wilmot Smith. Miss Hen
derson had only been ill for a couple
of weeks and great hopes were enter
tained for her recovery when she sud
denly took a turn for the worse and
died on the night of Saturday, Decem
ber 2nd. Miss Hendorson was the
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Burkett Henderson, a family well
known aud highly esteemed in Lau
Tcns county. She was loved by every
body for her gentle kind character,
and will he much missed In town
?where she was one of our popular
teachers In the public school. She
was a Christian girl, one who trusted
In the merits of her Saviour and went
into the shadows firm in her faith in
Christ. The funeral of the deceased
young lady took place at Poplar
church cemetery on Sunday after
noon and was attended by a vast
concourse of sympathizing friends.
Services at the church and grave
?were conducted by the Rev. P. P?. Mil
?hell, pastor of the congregation and
Rev. J. M. Dallas of Memorial church
"Ware Shoals. Much sympathy is felt
for the parent8, brothers and sisters
of the deceased. Her young life went
ont while it was yet day. hut she
sleeps well in the arm of her Saviour.
Why do yon .spend your money for
inferior tobacco nhen you can buy
FENN'S CHAMPION and SOCARK
DEAL from Todd Simpson & Co. at
file same price the common klinl will
cest you elsewhere.
Probably the best proof cf the value
?f "Tin? Thief." the great dramatic
sensation, lies in the fact that interest
in it does not begin to pass the mo
ment we turn our steps from the
thcartre. So many plays hold us dur
ing the performance and then are
shaken off like a dream. There is
more reality than that in "The Thief."
W grins both the heart and the mind
and at the end we are dismissed with
thoughts active as to the significance
of it all.
"The Thief will be seen at the
?pora house Tuesday night, December
"*1 had been troubled with Consti
pation for two years and tried all of
tho best physicians In Bristol, Tenn.,
and they could do nothing for me,"
writes Thos. B. Williams. MIddleboro
JKy. "Two .packages of Chamberlain's
D?rnach and Lirer Tablets cured me.*
For sale by all dealers.
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CroBB Kill, Dsc. 4.?The box party
and entertainment at the school build
ing Ihbi Wednesday evening was quite
a success. Splendid music, vocal and
instrumental was furnished by home
talent. The diuiogue by two young
ladles was very much enjoyed. Then
came the sale of the boxes. Mr. W. B.
Fuller was auctioneer and the boxes
Ailed with good things to eat brought
good pi Ices. Only those who know
Mr. Fuller can have an idea how well
he can perform his part in such a case
The evening was delightfully spent
by the large number of persons pres
ent and a nice sum realized for a good
purpose connected with the school.
Thanksgiving day passed off pleas
antly here. The bank and stores were
closed and the post office observed
holiday hours. There was a union
service at the Presbyterian church and
a collection for the orphans. Tho
usual turkey dinners were enjoyed by
our people, and those who enjoy the
hunt were out early with gun and
We hope Solicitor Cooper will be
sustained In his efforts to enforce the
law ngalust traffic on the Sabbath; and
we say well done Sheriff Owings for
the stand he took against a possible
mob last week.
Magistrate J. A. Culhe.t?on went
to a hospital last Friday for an oper-1
atlon for goitre. It has been giving j
him much trouble. The 'operation was
performed Saturday and he is said to
be getting along alright.
Miss Blanche Pinson was with home
folks for Thanksgiving.
Miss Elinor Desport spent the day
at Ridgewav with her people
Mr. Maxcy Hanna came home from
Brsklne for Thanksgiving.
Prof. Wesley Pitts, teacher at Cross
Anchor, also came to be with his peo
Miss Kate Austin, teacher at Mc
Cormick, spent Friday and Saturday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Mr. J. II. Nance made a trip to
Qreenvllle in his auto last Friday to
see the aeroplane flights, and return
ed that afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Austin have sent
out Invitations to relatives and friends
to be with them Wednesday Decem
ber 6th from 12 to 1 o'clock, the 40th
anniversary of their marriage.
Mrs. ninum of North Carolina is vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nance.
Miss Fflle Griffin of Newberry is
spemling a few days with her sister,
Miss Lizzie Griffin.
A lot of cotton deposited on a side
ALTHOUGH you always find our
prices a little lower, we take even more
pride in the fact that our quality is al
ways a little better, that's why we are f
justly called the "Quality Store." In our
buying we always worry about quality
Onnlfht 1909, C. B. Zimmerman Co.--No. 41 ffrSt, at\d talk pHCC Siit^tW SLVdmmbtit WC dO
not know how to talk price, so you don't need talk or worry about either
of them when you trade here.
The Busy Corner
Laurens, S. C.
Agents for Buttrick Patterns and American Beauty Corsets
street here caught on fire Saturday
about 10 o'clock. There were 21 bales
in the lot and It belongs to Mr. O. M.
Ham.a. Three bales were pretty bad
ly scorched before it could be put out.
No one can imagine how it caught. It
was too far from any chimney for a
spark to set it from that source It
Rev. G. M. Hollingsworth announced
to his congregation last Sunday that
he wuild ask them to unite with him
in a .equest to Presbytery f >r a disso
lution of the pastoral relation. He.has
been advised by his physicians to go
to the northern par* of Oklahoma to
recuperate his health. Mr. Hollings
worth is ' ry popular here, not only
with his v urch people but with ev
ery one, and we all regret to give him
When your feet are wet and cold,
and your body chilled through and
through from exposure, take a big
dose of Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy, bathe your feet in hot water be
fore going to bed. and you are almost
certain to ward off a severe cold. For
sale by all dealers.
J. E. MINTER & BROTHER
? Every man with Clothing troubles should
call and examine our line of fine clothes. It will
put you in a buying mood, whether you need new
clothes or not. Let us show what a little money
will do here.
You would look well in nny of these Suits
$12.00, $15.00, sMh.OI) and .$20.00
Good suits $5.00, $0.50, $7.50, $8.00, $10.00
Mi n's Overcoats at prices lower than you'd
think, after you've seen the Coats $7.50, $7.08,
$10.00, $12.50, and.$15.00
All Size Hoy's Suits up to 18 years _$1.08
Hoi time, that time Is now. Come In today and
be fitted on time. Remember "Smile" Hats.
StetBon Hats and other good makes. Hats $1.00
$>MH?. $3.00 and .$5.00
Let us lit you in an Edwin Clapp Shoe. They
are tor well dressed men. Sec them today.
Men's Shoes ...$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $?.00, $1.00,
$5.00 and .$0.00
Ladies' Shoes $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00
Duster Hrown Shoes for boys and girls.
Men's heavy fleeced Underwear .30c
flood Calico per yard . .5c
White Cloth, per yard .6c
Outings, Shirtings, etc., .10c
Hlnnkets, Comforts, . Quilts at special prlceB
$1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00 and .$5.00
Cloaks, long Coats, Coat Suits, etc. at greatly
All Millinery at special prices.
We w ant your trade upon the merits of
J. E. MINTER & BROTHER
When you buy an automobile get all that belongs with it.
Don't pay enough for a "fully equipped" car only to find that
a Top will cost you $75 extra; a Speedometer $25 extra; a
Magne o another $75 or thereabouts; a Windshield still an
other 25; and so on until you are "in" or "out" about $200
more than you expected to pay for the car you saw advertised
or read about in the catalogue.
The beauty of purchasing a FORD, aside from the high
standard of excellence in that Vanadium Steel marvel, is that
it comes "fully equipped"?the Car without "Extras."
There is no hokus-pokus about a FORD deal. You pay the regular advertised price
and you get a Whole automobile?not pieces of one. The saving to yon on Equipment
alone is, at the lowest, I2>< per cent of your entire investment. You can bank this saving.
What a satisfaction the FORD plan is! Price mentioned just once. For example,
when you are buying that snappy 4-cylinder FORD Model T Torpedo, the salesman tells
you it will cost you $590 complete?no extras; when you buy a FORD, F. O. R. Detroit and
there is no time spent in haggling over the equipment that today should be a part of evc.iy
car. There are no misunderstandings.
Ford Medel T
You just fill'cr up with gasoline and oil and drive away in a happy state of mind, with
the positive assurance that you have received the greatest automobile value in the world.
Of course, FORD gives you a double advantage by purchase in such enormous quan
tities that the price is the lowest possible. FORD carries all that financial load for FORD
buyers, and the equipment for your FORD car comes to you all paid. Immediate delivery
In addition to the Ford Model T Torpedo, we offer for immediate
delivery the following models.
FORD Model T Touring Car, 5
passengers, Completely Equisped,
F. O. B. Detroit,
FORD Model T Delivery Car,
capacity 750 pour Is nerchandise, ^ / E 11 I
Completely fcquir. ed, F. O. B. J) f VJU
FORD Model T Commercial Road
ster, 3 passengers removable rum
f.v ^DSSa2etely Equippb<1,
FORD Model T (Landaulet) Town
Car, 6 passengers, Completely
Equipped, F. O. B. Detroit.
(No Ford Cars Sold Unequipped.)
Allow us to give you a demonstration. Take a ride and know for yourself how smooth
Model T runs and how easy it is to operate and control. Catalogs and other new literature
descriptive of FORD cars on request. Call, write or telephone.
J. 1. CHIPLEY
Auto Exchange Greenwood, S. C.