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I MADDEN NEWS |
Madden, June 11.?*lt Ik in ill wind
that blows nobody any good." The
cold spell that is now with us has
been hard on growing plants, the corn
look? sick and the poor little cotton
plant?child of warmth?looks indeed
"like one forsaken", but the, irien who
cut the grain, these are the ones to
whom the cold In June has proved a
Those who are gone from us and la
distant homes read this, especlaly. Dvs.
Cunningham and Langstoh, the form
er at the foot of Green Mountans, the
latter in far off Brazil, can better real
ize Just how cold It is at the old home,
when we tell the Flnley boys cut
grain, Saturday with their coats on.
We eat peaches and sit comfortably
before a blazing fire and the little lad
went to plow with an overcoat on and
Insisted he needed It!
Several of the good people of our
community have been sick. Mrs.
Thompson continues sick at her home
but she Is not confined to her bed all
the while. Judge Thompson and Uncle
John Flnley were too indisposed to
be at their usual places at Sunday
school Sunday. Doth are up now,
Mrs. Luther Flnley Is seriously sick.
Dr. Schayer of Laurens, is to mee:
Dr. Fennell in consultation this morn
ing and it may be that an operation
Will be necessary. Mr. and Mrs. Fin
ley have the sympathy of all their
friends in their affliction.
Mr. and Mrs. Lin wood Martin went
down Sunday ofternoon to see their
aunt, Mrs. Emily Martin, who contin
ues sick at her home just below here.
Her friends are very much concerned
over her condition.
Mr. Hobt Tiuimerman came up from
Bdgefleld Friday and Mrs. Timmer
man and little Norn accompanied him
Mr. John W. Henry of Greenwood
come home with his niece, Miss lionise
Dean, for a visit to his old home.
Mrs Mary Allison, and her niece
Mlea O-a Powers, went up to Barks
dale to see old friends and neighbors
The Misses Proflitt are visiting
friends and relatives near Ninety Six.
Mr. Clyde Martin, boss of cloth room
at Laurens, Is out this week superin
tending the cutting of grain on his
farm near here.
Miss Azlle Wofford has received no
tice that she was one of five Freshmen
out of a class of 185. whose name was
read out at commencement at Win
throp as "distinguished" on her year's
work. Possibly no one but a student
::f Winthrop, can appreciate just what
that Is to have averaged a star on all
lessons for the year.
Mrs. Mollie Tongue was the week
end guest of her nephew, Mr. Will
Teague and fnmlly. While thore she
attended services at old Beaverdam
church to hear the young preacher,
Mr. F. A. Fuller.
LOCALS FROM DIALS. ?
Dials, Juno 10.-Miev. J. P, AJtaway
occupied the pulpit at Dials Sujiday
morning, as Is his usual custom oh
the second Sunday.
Prof. Clyde Curry, who has been
teaching the Johnston high school. Is
spending part of his vacation with
his parents here.
Prof. Chdrles F. Brooks, spent a
few days In Laurens last .week.
Mr. Townes Willis, returned to Spar
tanburg Saturday, where he will re
sume his studies.
Mr. Duncan Sullivan of Laurens,
spent several days last week with Mr.
Mrs. Robert Owlngs and children,
of Fountain Inn, spent Sunday with
Mr. H. Y. Simmons and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells Clardy of Lau
rens. and Mr. William Gray of Gray
Court, were the guests of Mrs. Isabelle
Miss Fannie Brownlee and brother
Joe, spent the week-end with Miss
Etta Brownlee and Mr. Bascoin
Brownlee, of Warrior Creek.
A good many of our young people
attended the all-day singing at Friend
ship Sunday. Among the number were
Messrs. Williams Brooks, llaskell
Gray, David Brownlee and Broadus
When your child has whooping
cough be careful to keep the cough
loose and expectoration easy by giv
ing Chamberlain s Cough Remedy as
may be required. This remedy will
also liquify the tough muscus and
make It easier to expectorate. It has
been used successfully in many epi
demics and Is safe and sure. For sale
by nil dealers.
Money to Loan. Apply
to T. Gibbon Traynham,
Laurens, S. C.
* SULPHUR SPRINGS. *
Sulphur Springs, June 10.?Frost
tho ninth of June, that Is what we
have had. A lot of the cotton, beans
and other vegetables have been bitten.
Everyone says they never/ remember
such weather in June.
Mr. "Dude" Martin and family of
Laurens wore visitors at the home of
Mr. John Cannon Saturday and Sun
Miss Mary Smith has returned from
a visit to her sister, Mrs. Carl Fulter
of the Rabun section.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker and chil
dren Were Sunday visitors at Mr.
Mrs. Willie Davis of Columbia, is
the guest of her mother, Mrs. G. W.
Mr. Dan" Covlngton and family, of
Laurens, are visitors at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Martin, this week.'
Mr;, and Mrs. Preston Smith were
visitors at Mr. Guy Smith's of Trlnlty
Miss Minnie Teague is at home af
ter a week's visit to her sister, Mrs.
G. Y-. HellamsM.of Barksdale.
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Teague attended
services at . Beaverdam Sunday and
took dinner wjth Mr. and Mrs. Shell
Mr. Guy Felts and Misses Nellie and
Helen Jones were also visitors at
Mr. Asa Teague carried his little
niece, Beatrice Hellams, of Barksdale,
who has been on a week's visit, to her
grandmother, home last Saturday.
Mr. Dessle Henderson of Waterloo
visited relatives In the Mt. Pleasant
BALD II PADS.
More Women are Bald Than Men, Says
This is a startling statement but It's
true according to an article published
in a standard magazine this year.
One tiling is certain PARISIAN
SAGE will surely prevent baldness by
stopping the hair from falling, but It
won't grow hair after the head is bald.
Ladies, look after your hair, destroy
the dandruff germs with PARISIAN
SAGE and dandruff will disappear. It
stops scalp itch over n'ght and is guar
anteed to be the most refreshing, re
fined and agreeable hair dressing that
can be obtained. Sold by Laurens
Drug Co. and druggists all over Ameri
ca for ">0 cents.
"My hair was falling out, and I was
troubled with itching scalp. I received
no benefit until 1 tried PARISIAN
SAGE."?Mrs. George Thunder, R. F.
D. r>, Marshall, Mich._
Hail Storms Are Coming
C. M. JONES
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE
Carolina Hail Insurance Co.
This Company Paid Out $125,000 in the Past Six
Years to Its Policyholders for Hall Losses.
LEE AND BAUNWELL COUNTIES
Wisocky, S. C, April 15th, 1912
Mr. O. K. LaRoque,
Marion, S. C.
Dear Sir: ?
I have taken insurance in your com
pany each year since your Organiza
tion and expect to do so again this
I sustained a loss from hail last
year, both In Lee and Barn well coun
ties, amounting to $843.76, and wish to
say that in both Instances your adjust
ment and settlement were eminently
(Signed) Hobt. M. Cooper.
$40 per acre valuation at ..$1.331-3
35 per acre valuation at .. 1.16 2-3
30 per acre valuation at ..1.00
25 per acre valuation at . . 83 1-3
20 per acre valuation at .. 66 2-3
15 per acre valuation at .. 50
10 per acre valuation at- .. 33 1-3
Ninety Six, S. C, R. F. D. No. 2.
April f.th. 1912.
This Is to certify that I carried in
surance to the amount of $1,500.00 on
my 1911 cotton crop In the Carolina
Hail Insurance Co.. of Marion, S. C.
I had some bail damage and notified
the company. They sent a man at
once and the damage was adjusted In
a proper and satisfactory manner.
(Signed) M. N. Banks.
If I Hiss You Phone Me at King's Hotel.
ONE WEEK ONLY
C. M. JONES
Laurens, S. C.
WE ASK AGAIN
That you give due consideration of the fact that we can
supply you to your advantage with everything that is needed on
the farm and at home. We carry the most complete line of Gene
ral Merchandise to be found anywher We give you the best
goods, best treatment and fairest prices that have ever been given
in Laurens County.
We are ready to handle your order for Coal. Being agents for
the best quality Coal of the market we are confident that if you
use it once you'll always be our customer.
Milburn?the Old Reliable King of Wagons is here
waiting for your inspection. Built *to stand rough
roads and rough weather and to last longer than any
other. Why not buy the best? Think it over.
You need a buggy and you need a good one,
one that looks good and last long, rides easy and
pulls easy. We have that very buggy. Just re
ceived two carloads of Moyer, Norman, Anchor
and Perry Buggies, known everywhere as "The
We Respectfully Solicit Your Patronage.
R. C. GRAY & COMPANY
Laurens, S. C.