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MADOfiN NBWS |
Madden, Kub. fl.?Wlutur Im uut yet,
..v. i r?r didn't tim huh riun beautiful*
|y clear February 2nd? And didn't
the ground hog ??<? hin ahadow end
inn.i. nil.! > KO hack hi hh. hulu In
the ground. Hu all ye wive one* get
up loine more wood <if tho woodpiio
In runnlnl low) und propuio for tho
forty day* of bad weather. Dou't Ko
Around aftor u v.i.it. whou tho wer?
our) In circling around jtoro und Huy
"If I hi.il only known It wiih going to
ho ; m li weather iih thin I'd got up
uoni. IllOI'fl wood!" 'Ihr olden! Inhuh
lioill wiih hoard to nay onca Hint In
Nmih Carolina (and lan't thut tho homo
of tin ground hog um woll iih ihn birth
place of Andrew .IllCkHOIl?) "Hint ho
hmi never known the ground bog to he
ii fithc prophol In nil hin life und lie
W?n Knill,' '?tl 80 yeiili- " So gOl up
The youiiK people of Iho neighbor
hood woro kIvoii ii ?oclnl Thursday
nil hl 0) Mr nud Ml'H. Thad Moore.
Among thono who onjoyod the occa
nil.n wore MIhhoh .IchhIo Mao M aba (toy ?
Teiin! ? Mudihui, JitimIIii Maiilli, flou
Hie MOOTO, Heimle nud l.lllhin promt,
.Intile llrowii and Moiihi'h Moore, Rop?
er, I,ii ii gl ion, II row ii und I'l'ollUt,
Ml' .lohn It I'Muley hud i|lllt? n BO
Vore attllClt ill lehnen hili|.i\ lllgllli
Hut she hi utile tu bo lip HolUb now,
II OUgh I.he IH tjUltO Wenk.
Mr ilobn i- I'Muloj I ii Iho recover
III" I i ..iii [| t e\ ere eolil.
HOVOI fll Ol Iii?' children in Iho liolgll
borllooil have huil i i> k npoils, bul nil
lll'e heller HOW,
N'OWH :t:. i.e. heil Inie MUtldO} Of
the very acrlouH illness of Mi'H (Oh
tolle i lav cnpoi i \\ ho one r ? Id. 0
heie lull now ol \ 11 it Ii t ii Mr ii ml Mrs.
Torn Shaw lofi Immodlutol) tor bor
he i- nie 11 r uiiiitj r ninth >??; and |
frloudH here hopo to hoar noon thut
Hho III I..?Her.
Mi Bra Wutklna und Madden aro
now domiciled lit the Mm Fin ley farm,
They nie welcome to this community.
Miss I.hl'e IhllllOI'tHOU Is oil a Visit
to her frlondi Miss BiihIo Lnugflton,
Oik- nlghl lust week u train struck
ii Vehicle between Cold I'olUl llllll Wll
torloo, The train crew on going hack
to InvoBtlgale found n buggy (wiih
the OCCUpaUt Bitting perfectly ?tili)
and fhe bind WhOOlu smashed. "Hoys"
RAld the conductor, "ho Is dead. I
gUOftfl the shock killed llllll." How
over, upon do;.er Investigation tho
BQU of I lulu w as found (p he quietly
Sleepia?, the two gaUtoa J?c of
wu found lntft.it ao4 tlia orlpi>l?4
tuule, (orlpplod tbeus*. before lb* ?e
cldHut) wait taking things ?*?y, gift*
uf ft ctiunca to roat. Quarry for rural
polled. Had Huiu? out followed tu?
trail of th? orlpplad caul* would It
hiwo lad to ft Tiger's lair?
Card of Thanks.
Please allow mo apace In your valu
able columns to ezprost* my thanks to
Oak Orovo Camp No. 274 W. O. W., ftl
ho to Mr. T. D. Davis ngfiit, for his
kind assistance In tbo erection* of the
beautiful monument to my dear hus
band, C. i.. Templaton.
Mrs. C, I.. Templeton.
TO SAFEGUARD FUNDS
OF POOR SCHOOL
Dr. .1. Miller Introduces Hill of Inter
<s| to People of Section of this
Columbia. 8. C Fob. ?'-. Dr. J. II.
Mlllor hna introduced n bill in the
ItOUaO, which Will he of milOll local
Interest in pai'tR of l.uUroilH county.
It Is as follow:.:
To llutlur Safeguard the Funds of Hie
Trustees of the Wai'daworthvlllo
lie i| enacted by the tlonONll As; em
Iii) oi tho 8tnto of South Carolina:
HOCtlOll I. Thai each of the trustees
of tho Wai'daworthvlllo Poor School
shall within ninety days from the up
|lt'OVnl of this Act enter into bund with
tiulllclenl surety to he approved by the
(llork oi com*! of I,aureus county ami
the solicitor of He Hi.hth Judicial
Circuit, conditioned for the faithful
pOrfOI'llllUICO of their t'COpCCtlvo duties
US follow) : Tin' treasurer of said trus
tees in IUo sum of (Ivo tItousiind dob
Iura and ettcli of lite other tiv i o
III the Mini oi one thousand dollars:
said bonds to be payable to tin- clerk
of cout'l of 1.11 It roils county for (he
boilOllt of the fund of the trustees of
the Ward worlhville Poor s'iiool. Any
p0\ en who shall hoi'Otlft01' be elected
a mouther of the said board of trustee ,
shall, 1)0lot'O entering Upon the per
formance of his duties, give bond us
.Sec. 2. That the trustees of the said
Wai'daworthvlllo Poor School are
llOI'Ob) authorized and empowered to
Invest the trust funds in their hands in
tlrst mortgages of real estate In Lau
rens county at such rate of Interest
a:, may bo agreed upon: Provided, That
the sum so Invested shall in mi case
oxceod two-thirds of tho value of the
J. K. M
rr?*g<>K Mio Ural foulard of rather a
(1^ Li.- pnltorn Is used; It i? cut
^ Magyar, and fast, ns at loft ?Mo
of I rout. The collar ami C tiff a
IU'0 faced With pi..in BlIU, the front
Hid culls being trlinmod with buttons
:in?l cord loops. Tho sonars open
front is tilled In with u vest of llncly
Materials required: Ono and ono
rpiurtcr yard forty-two Inches wldo,
llvoclghthfl twenty-two Inches wide,
throe-olghtha yard tucked nlnon,
'Iho second it* an ovor-bodleo with
Blip of hu e; tho material used 1b voilo
of tho sumo color as tho skirt, it la
Btrnpped with silk at the odge, and
trimmed with buttons. The under
slip Is, b universal preference, com
posed of cream lace, with cuffs of
Materials required: Ono ynrd voilo
forty-two Inches wide one nnd throo- 1
[ quarter yard lace eighteen inches
Next Is of striped silk In shades of
guy with white ground; it is cut
Magyar, and opens in front to show a
small vest of lace; tho edge is
1st rapped with silk in narrower strlpo
'in same colors, tho undor-slcovcs aro
Materials required! Two yards
twenty-two Inches wide, one-half yard
narrow stripe twenty two Inches wide,
live-eighths yard lftCO eighteen inches
I Tito last is In silk spotted voile,
trimmed with silk embroidered net,
in which various colors aro Intro
duced. Small tucks arc made each
side front and back, also in tho bend
Materials required: One and or.o
half yard forty-two Inches wldo, ono
half yard elghteen-lnch net.
??me Beltiear Car.
Mr. W. P. Hudc?H? received yester
day a beautiful l?ord delivery oar,
which ho Intends selling to one of tho
Laureas merchants. II* had a couple
of them (merchants) sailing around
town iu the afteruoou and Judging by
tho smile they had un wheu the cur
?topped, a sale must be lu order. Tho
machine is a very haudsome uue and
doubtless lu a money saver. Its about
time Laurens was having bouio of
these up-to-date delivery cars any
Huh well Crulg Dead.
News'was received In this city yes
terday of tho death of Mr. Roswoll
Cralg, In Kock Hill. Mr. Craig was
about nineteen years old, a native of
this county, and a member of the well
known family of that name. He will
bo buried in Kock Hill today.
[tfountvillc Hank Chartered.
Among the recent charters granted
to banking institutions in this state is
that of one to The Hank of Mountvlllo.
The bank was chartered several days
ago. The ofllccrs are .1. n. Krysrn.
president; a. p. Fuller, vice president;
M. I!. Crisp vice president ami c. M.
Fuller, cashier. This is a strotig sot
of olllcors and doubtless the hank will
be a prosperous institution.
EDUCATED PORK WAS GOOD
And tho Circus Property Man Searched
for Reuben, the Pet Pig,
Reuben, a mueh advertised educated
pig belonging to the John RebLasea clr
ous, which ?ras shewing la this city
reeeatly. Is no mote, says a Cincinnati
dispatch to the New York Tribune. His
fate was kopt secret for a week, for
more or less obvloua reasons. Hal New
port, the clown of the circus, who ap
peared nightly in the sawdust arona
with the pig, said:
"Thut pig could do anything but
talk, and could nearly Co that, at. he
spoiled bis name with Utter blocks. All
? was confusion the night w? broko
j camp at Terrace Park, We had pork
! chops for supper, and they were par
! tlcularly delicious. We were all eat
I ing our heads off, when the property
j man rushed In and cried that Reuben
; had vanished,
j "'He got mixed up with those pigs
! that were sent from the stock yards,*
I bo gasped.
" Was ono of those pigs a white
'.one, with black polka dots?' I asked
I tho cook.'
j " 'It was,' he replied.
"'Then we have eaten Reuben,' I
"The property man Is no longer at
tached to the circus."
:Sf The Third Series of Stock of x
8 Mei-diants Building and Loan ^
s Association ?
Commenced February ist. ^
}^ $1.00 now, starts the payment on a share. ^
V Better start now even if you do not wish to
,\. borrow until later. ?k
I MERCHANTS BUILDING AkND LOAN ASSO.|
7y M. J. OWINGS, J. J. ADAMS, W. It. Rirhoy,
President. Secretary and Treasurer. Attorney. l5
?E Directors?W. IU Rlchey, M. J. Ovflngrs, S. (;. McDanlel, Thos. I. ?k
X Swygert, J. Adger Smyth, Jr., Clifton Jones, C. E. Kennedy, J. 7\
F. Tolhort, J. J. Adams. pi?
Make Hay While
The Sun Shines
Wc Have Lota of
Oddities and Endlties
We Are Almost
IT HAS HAPPENED!
??? THE GREAT ==^^
15 Days Clearance Sale
HAS HIT THE NAIL UPON THE HEAD
Monster Crowds have been with us continually since the opening of our doors. Which is
proof of the popularity of our Underselling Store. Cotton is 10 Points Lower.
Our Prices 20 to 40 per cent under all Competitors.
WHAT WE ADVERTISE YOU GET!
Lot No. L
Consisting Of 45 Mon a and Youth's
3-pl0Ce Suits, values up to $9 00. al
most any color or sUo special #3U>S
l ot No. a.
Thar* is In thu asorUnsnt about 20
Men's Suits that wo have always
sold for $l-.J0. now on sale at f5.9S
Good quality Ginghams, yd.4?
Beat Soda 10 lbs for.Sic
Dost Calico yd.4?
Best Outing 10 yds for .7?c
?est 10c Drill per yd s.7 l-2e
These four lots if clothing must be
sold, which is our only reason for
making such a sacrifice, as we are
going out of the clothing business.
Lot No. S.
About 150 Suits in this lot, nicely
tailored and real bargains at double
our prlee of.$7.48
Lot No. 4.
The best of all: 65 Suits, strictly
tailor made, all wool, serges, worsted,
and Casslmere's. special.$SJ8
Red Hot Racket
"ON THE SQUARE"
0. B. Simmons* Old Stand. Laurens, South Carolina
WM. ORNDUFF, Proprietor
Make Hay While
The Sun Shines
Every Day Until
CLOSE OF SALE