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* NEWS FROM JONES. ?
Jones, April, s.?Rev. J. M. DuBose,
preached n splendid sermon to an ap
preciative congregation on ">ti>. Sun
Messrs. Gamowell Mayor and W. H.
Yeldell wore In our midst recently.
Tin- grain crop In Algary section
is very promising.
Rev. Travis Taylor of Swltzer, vis
ited relatives and friends here last
Mr. Casper Mabry, visited Green
wood last week.
Miss Wynono Rtley who is teaching
school near Laurens spent Baster with
We are indebted to Tommle Hollges,
Luther Cooper and Johnle Mabry. for
recent kind favors.
Mr. G. B. RUey, our wide awake
county commissioner, let the contract
last week to Mr. King, of Ninety Six,
for the rebuilding of the bridge over
Turkey Creek near Ware Shoals.
While in Greenwood Monday we met
our venerable friend Mr. Hugh Wilson
of Abbeville, ex-editor. Press and
Banner. He was looking remarkably
?well and we trust he may be spared
We are glad to know that Dr. Gard
ner Is convalescing and trust he may
Boon be restored to vigorous health.
We recently dined at the city hotel
in Greenwood, which i: under the
management of our friend. < . W.
Brown, formerly of Ware Shoals.
W. T. Jones. Jr. Is an insurance
agent and will be pleased to serve
any one wishing to take out a policy.
Mrs. John Shunts, of Waterloo,
spent last week with her daughter,
Mrs. W. T. Jones. Jr.
The school enjoyed the Kaster ogg
hunt very much.
Mrs. Carl Austin and children are
visiting relatives in Anderson.
Miss Mary Jones of the Greenwood
Hospital, visited her parents last week.
Free lecture by "Cedarlne" Allen,
Opera House, April 18th.
S. M. & K. H. Wllkes & Co.
Kilon, April 8.?The farmers have
been very busy thla week, planting
corn and tixing their land for another
Mr, and Mrs. Guss Mahaffey visited
Mr. .). L. Mahaffey Sunday.
Miss Bettle Weeks was the quest of
C. A. aBbb and family Saturday night.
Williams Brooks has purchased an
Brooks Sullivan, of Texas, visited
Mrs. L. H. Brooks Saturday night.
Misses Lllla and Ruble Babb visit
ed P. L, Mahaffey Friday night and
It Looks Like a Crime
to separate a boy from a box of Buck
Ion's Arnica Salve. His pimples,
boils, scratches, knocks, sprains and
bruises demand it and its quick relief
I for burns,-scalds, or cuts Is his right.
Keep it handy for boys, also girls.
Heals everything healable and docs it
quick, Unequaled for piles. Only 25
cents at Laurens Drug Co. and Pal
metto Drug Co.
"Cedarlne" Allen will be in Lnurens
S. M. & E. H. Wilkea & Co.
Lecture at Matts Mill.
On Thursday night at 8 o'clock at' |
Watts Mill auditorium Rev. B. L. Hoke,
State Councilor, of the Junior Order
United American Mechanics will do
live a free lecture on the principles of
The public In general is cordially
invited and all members of the order
from Sister Councils. Don't miss this
lecture as it will be delivered by one
who is well versed in the workings
of the order. Come one, come all.
w. m. Powell,
Record inn Secretary.
1 have not given up my practice and
insurance business on account of be
ing connected with the Glass Works.
My ofllce is in the same place.
Hours: 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. and 1
to 6 p. m,
Phones?ofllce: 50: Residence: 111.
W. H. Dial, M. D.
J. C. Shell & Company
ARE STILL IN THE
Staple and Fancy Grocery
We are Ooing to Sell this Week First
Patent Flour, per barrel,
$5.00 and $5.35
Come and see what else we have in Bargains
1 j. c. shell & CO.
Store and lot. Also nice new dwelling of
Jno. M. Moore. Store near Laurens Mill. Good
proposition?see us at once.
Splendid lot and three room House on Sullivan
street opposite Mr. J. J. Pluss at a bargain.
Good House and lot on Martin Street.
Fine Farm known as Polly Franks place, four
miles above Laurens, near Greenville and Laurens
road. 100 acres worth the money we can sell it
Home Trust Co.
N. B. DIAL, C. H. ROPER,
President. Sec. & Treas.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
CopMiiht 1909. br C. E. Zlmaeinuo C0.--N0. 3?
Signs ?i Spring
OTHER signs may be mistaka
ble but the Blossoms of the Trees is positive evi
deuce that spring is upon us, so you better heed the
warning and be prepared for it. If you are going
to buy something new for spring come in now be
fore our spring stocks are broken, or if you are go
ing to make something at home, come in and see
our spring fabrics, so you will be dressed in season
and won't have to rush.
-THE BUSY CORNER
LAURENS, S. C.
* Princeton Locals. *
Princeton, April S. ?Miss Mary Dag
well of Greenville Female College
Spent the week-end With homo people.
Mrs. .1. E. Knight is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Powers, of Bennetts
Mrs. .1. B. Humbert spent last week
in Greenville with her daughter, Mrs.
Miss Annie Leo Arnold is spending
awhile in Pelzer, the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. Tom Crane.
.J. M. Collings made a business trip
to Laurons Saturday.
Rev. and Mrs. R. M. Du Pose. A. .1.
Monroe and Dr. Blitt, made a trip to
Anderson last week in Mr. Monroe's
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. Crane died at Pelzer Fri
day morning. The little body was
laid to rest in the cemetery here on
Saturday. These young parents have
the sincere sympathy of the whole
The preliminary oratorical contest,
to select the speaker to represent the
Princeton high school at the county
Oratorical contest, was held in the
school auditorium Saturday evening at
I S.30 o'clock.
The following are tho speakers and
A Eulogy on Homy \V. Orady, Qar
voy Ridge way.
The Path of History, Thos Freoman
My Country. My .Mother, My Cod,
Sentiment and Story, El bort Free
Tho young men nil handled their
subjects well which made the decision
very close. The llr^t place was won by
Thos. Freeman and tho second by
Milton Sullivan cnniG home from
WOfford College and spent, the Faster
holidays with bis parents.
Mrs. T. Q. Sullivan Is In Atlanta
visiting her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Humbert and
little Louise, of Anderson were wel
come visitors at Capt, Humbert's Sat
urday night and Sunday.
Miss Mazlo Knight and her friend
Miss Klnard came down from G. F. C.
I and spent the week-end with Mrs.
J. M. Wood and Dr. Dritt went to
Mr. and Mrs. Jetor McCuen of Honea
Path visited last week In the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. McCuen.
The little Sunbeams enjoyed an
egg hunt given last Saturday after
noon by Miss Maude Machen and her
Sunday school clasB.
T. I. Freoman vlHltod his brother.
Cadet Henry Freeman at Clemson Col
lego last week and attended the Y. M.
C. A. Celebration.
You will look a good while bofore
I you find a hotter medicine for coughs
- and colds than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It not only gives relief?It
cures. Try It when you havo a cough
pr cold, and you are certain to bcj
pleased with the prompt cure which
It will effect. For sale by all dealers.
YES OR NO?
Do you intone! thnt your lifo shad bo
wasted? Dyspepsia renders your ex
i?teiico misevablo und predisposes to nil
diseases. Invest 25 cents in a bottlo of
and obtain nil tho benoflt its uso insures,
viz., instant relief from distress, perfect
digestion and a permanent euro of tho
most chronic case of Dyspepsia, Heart
burn, Gastritis or any form of stomach
If you would bo strong and well try it
Throo Sizes, 25c. 50c. and 91.00.
S. GROVER GRAHAM CO.,1 INC.1 NEWBURGH, N.Y.
LAUKENS DltUG ( 0.
I,aureus, S. C.
BARK 3D ALE NOTES. *
Barksdale April 8.?Miss Elizabeth
Bai'ksdale spent last Monday with
Miss LoUI'iO Putnam.
Mr. W. II. Barksdale attended the
funeral of Mr. .lames Bolt at Friend
ship church last Wednesday
The Barksdale school had an egg
hunt on Good Friday. The school
children enjoyed a very pleasant hol
iday on the "Little Knob."
Mr. \'ye Owings, of Laurons is vis
iting his sister, Mrs. W. W, Veargin,
of tills vicinity.
Mrs. P. W, Devoro of Greenwood Is
the guest of her mother, Mrs. M. ('.
Oxner, this week.
Mrs. .1. A. Owens spent a few- days
in Gray Court this past week with
Mrs. Fred Abercrombie.
Mrs. I). A. Colcman of Fountain
Inn visited her mother on Friday.
Mr. B, Marvin WolfT was In the town
of Barksdale last week on business.
Mr. Ben Shookley, who has been
an employee In U. S. navy, bad the
misfortune to get his shoulder broken
and Is now at the home of bis mother,
Mrs. Ivella Shockley, recuperating.
The friends of Mr. Shockley hope to
soon have him well and strong again.
Mall Order Houses.
Don't undersell us for snme quality
goods. Toll us your wants. Note prices.
No paying in advance. No freight
charges. No risk whatever. Try ub
on Paint. We aoll L, & M. Paint. It's
thick. Must add Oil, and then you
have the best pure Lead, Zinc and
Linseed Oil Paint made, and it's cost
is only about $1.57 per gallon.
Call on J. H. & M. L. Nash, Lau
rens; J. W. Copeland Co., Clinton.
Snow Drift Hogless Lard?In sani
tary tin packages only?tho purost nnd
most who'.osome shortening. For nale
by all grocers. Dlxio Flour and Grain
Co., exclusive distributors for Lau
Domestic and Western Dressed Meats
It's in perfectly pleasing YOU this market holds
your patronage?and to be convinced as to how satis
faction tells just look at our steadily increasing pa
Choice, sleeted high-grade fresh meats?the most
delicious of Hams, Bacons, Sausage?You will enjoy
if you pr.' mize.
CIIAILLSTON & WESTERN CAROLINA RAILWAY.
Change In Schedules, effectlvo 12:01 a. m. Sunday, Nov. 2?, 1911.
.Main Line -Spartanburg Division?Spartanburg-Augusla.
N. B. ?The following schedule figures arc published only as information
and not guaranteed.
9:40 p m
12:40 p m
Lv August Ar 12:10 p in
Clarks inn 11:04
Plum Branch 10:34
Cold Point 8:42
Lau r cm 8:20
Enoree 7; 51
Roebuck 7; 07
Ar Spartanburg Lv 6:50 a m
?55 62 Station
tt',10 p m 2:35 p m Lv Laurens Ar
8:28 2:54 Barkodale
8:34 3:01 Gray Court
ft: 38 3:05 Owing*
8:50 3:17 Fountain Inn
:01 3:30 Simpsonvllle
9:12 3:42 Mauldln
|9:30 p m 4:00 p m Ar Grecnvlllo Lv
??54 and 55 are dally except Sunday.
ERNEST WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
7:00 a m
A. W. ANDERSON, SUPT.,