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Hillside, Sept. 21.?Willie P. Nesblt,
of Piedmont, was in Hillside Thursday
looking after business matters.
J. H. Pace, one of Hillside's most
? nt<>r|>risiiiK farmers, was in Fork
Shoals, Friday on business.
MeSBTS. J. W. Woods and <!. F.
Weathers went to Fountain Inn, Wed
nesday to get the complete returns
from the election. They are Rector
rut n, as the majority of Hillside, from
head to foot.
The people of our section were some
what surprised at the brilliant victory
of Power over Uolt. The citixcns here
thought Holt would sweep the county.
Hillside is the best farming country
on eath, her productive soils and abun
dant yields will verify that statement.
Hillside is being pictured, as the typi
cal "Garden of Eden", to . at least,
75,000 peoplo each week, besides this,
the news of Hillside goes before people
of 3 natlooH, and 9 states of the Un
ion, and I'm glad of the fact that I
am responsible for this world-wide
"boosting". Let us truthfully picture
the "New South", so as to appeal to
tho outsider. Let us picture its won
derful resources, to the outside world,
and it will be a call that will not be
Sam Stalllngs, of Babbtown, has been
in Hillside for several days, planing
lumber. He has done considerable
The condition of Mrs. Talithia Sum
erel is somewhat improved, although
she Is yet an invalid. We sincerely
hope that she will soon he able to
The members of Hillside church
voted Saturday night to have preach
ing service in the future at this place
at 3:30 on third Saturdays, instead of
at 8:30 as heretofore. We request and
invite your presence at these service:;.
ah of Hillside is preparing for the
annual Fairview Stock Show. This
promises to he a great fair, and Hill
side will be well represented there.
G. F. Weathers was in Babbtown
J. Henry Pace and W. Y. Weathers
visited friends near Fountain Inn Fri
Messrs. Thompson and Pedcn, two
Hillside farmers, are turning Hillalde's
cane into "home-made molasses". Up
to the present time, they have made
something over 400 gallons. May suc
cess crown their efforts.
Messrs. R. M. Abercrombie and .1.
H. Pace, two of Hillside's farmers,
came near having a very serious ac
cident Thursday, while out hauling
logs for a saw mill. The two men
had the wagon loaded with a very
In avy log, and as they made their way
(low nthe steep bluff to the saw mill,
it was necessary to make a quick turn
for the road made a sharp curve at
this place. As the wagot) turned this
curve, the wheels dropped into a hole
ami overturned the wagon and log.
The two men made a most sensational
leap and the stillness of the forest was
broken, as two scared men plowed
their way through the leaves. Neither
was seriously hurt.
Hillside is a good place?that's no
mistake. Some of the people here are
getting rich?and a great many want
ing too, while somo are as poor as
?lob's turkey, and are not Increasing
their wealth one bit, and still they
don't care a hang If they never suc
ceed. That's the size of It.
Cotton is being picked out at a great
rush and is being placed on the mar
ket. It will not take long to gather
this year's crop. Neither will It take
long to count the profit of the honest
farmer, for, take minus from minus,
and there you have It!
Why is it that some people never
forget a man's past life? Though he
may have been a drunkard in the past
I yet there's a chance for him. He can
? do better, then why is It certain people
! have no confidence in him? Is it b?
j cause they envy his good name? A hoy
I may bo a bootblack at fifteen, and he
a presldental possibility at thirty-live.
He may be as poor as Job's turkey,
now, btu he stands a cbance of being
a millionaire some day?who knows?
Think about this. Trust the boy.
I.anford. Sent. 23?The long needed
rain has come at last, but too late to
do the corn crop any good Fanners
are busy gathering cotton. Several
bales were ginned here last week.
Mr. T. A. Drummond is buying cot
ton here this season.
Miss Fannie Harmon has returned
home after a visit of several months
Miss N'ava Cannon is visiting in
Mr. M. (!. Patterson spent Saturday
and Sunday in Spartanburg with his
Mr. .lohn Landrum and Ervin Mar
tin of Spartanburg. spent Sunday With
Misses Nellie Welborn and Lucell
Mrs. J. U. Patterson and family have
returned from a visit to Greers and
Mrs. Minnie Willis was in Spartan
burg a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Patterson were
in Laurenn Saturday.
Capt. J. W. Lanford was in Laurens
Thursday on business.
Mr. Milch \Mright Is visiting Ms
father, Mr. .1. B. Wright at this place.
Mr. I-]. L. Taylor and family spent.
Friday night with Mr. T. A. Crow's
Misses Minnie and Maggie Cooper
have gone to Hot Springs, N. ('.. to
Miss Nora Cannon was in Laurens
Friday on business.
Miss Lillio Willis is visiting at .1.
Mr. Harry Boylston stopped over
here a few days with Mrs. Allice Nel
son en route to Cleinson, where he is
Invites You to Their Fall Millinery Opening
Thursday, Sept. 26th. 1912.
We have made special efforts to show one of the best lines of Ladies\ Misses' and Children's Hats that lias
shown in Laurens. We want you to come and see a line that is good to look at. Nobody in town
has seen them yet but ourselves. Nobody will until Thursday, Sept. 26th, when we will exhibit
them for your admiration. You are going to need Hats, and you arc going to consider this one
7WHERE CAN I GET MOST STYLE ft
MOST WEAK, MOST SATISFACTION f
? IN A HAT AT THE LEAST COST ?
Everybody claims to give most for the least. This of course is left to your judgment. We simply
say: "Grant us the favor of a few minutes of your time, so that we can show you what we have and
actually demonstrate what we think."
We have two accomplished Milliners from Baltimore in charge of this department-Misses
Chilcote and Holland-assisted by Misses Mary Peterson and Marie Drummond. Call and meet
these young ladies-they will be pleased-no obligation to purchase.
DRESS GOODS AND LADIES' COAT SUITS!
We are showing the best values that you lind any
where. Special Suits at SI0.00, $12.50, 815.00, $20.00 and
Ladies' and Misses' Coats in this season's best Styles
at ?7.50 to $20.00.
Extra Special Values in all Wool Serges at 50c the yd.
Black Serges at 50 cents to $1.50 per yard.
Royal Worcester Corset, it is '-built to last" of mate
rials and that its lines are lovely will be conceded by all
Women. Prices from 81.00 to $3.00.
You will need Clothes for Fall. Do you prefer a suit
of Serge, Hard or Unfinished Worsted, or of a handsome
Scotch Mixture? Either way we can showyou not only the
Fabrics but also the Newest, Freshest Models.
Blue or Black Serge Suits. $12.50 to $25.00
Unfinished Worsted Suits. 15.00 to 25.00
Fancy Worsted and Scotch Mixtures. J5-?o to 25.00
Special Values in Cheaper Suits. 7.50 to 12.50
Boys' Suits. 2.00 to 10.00
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT!
Don't stoj) until you get here if you want Shoes. The details of a Shoe that please
your Taste, Fit, Wear, Comfort and ?Style?all are here in our $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00.
Edwin Clapp Shoes for Men. $6.00
Bion Shoes for Men. $4.00 to $5.00
?Selz Royal Blue for Men. 3.00 to 3.50
Heavy Shoes for Men. . 1.50 to 3.00
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA