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Watt? .Mill, Nov. 11.?Mr. Compton,
?f Coronaca, 1b teaching a singing
aehool at the church this week. It
?certainly Ih a great privilege to those
who uro Interested In music to have
?his opportunity of going to this school
IY>r Mr. Compton is an expert music
It affords the people here great
pleasure to note the electon of Wood
row Wilsen io the presidency of the
Last Saturday night quite a large
?rowd gathered -.t die UUdltorlum tu
listen to a lecture deliveied by Mr. J.
IL Patton, of New Jersey. The lecture
van fine and much enjoyed by those
Rahbbit hunting season has again ar
rived, judging from the great number
brought Into Watts last Saturday.
Mr. Jasper Piddle has been suite
sick for the past few days.
Rev. Mr. Davis preached at the
Watts mill Methodist church last
Sunday morning from the text "The
wind bloweth where it llsteth and ye
lie-ar the sound thereof but cannot
tell whence it cometh nor whither it
jjoeth. so Is every one that is born of
On last Sunday night at 7:15 o'clock
Rev. J. A. Marler preached a temper
ance sermon at Lucas Avenue Baptist
church. Uro. Marler spoke of the aw
ful egects of strong drink, and how it
was dragging down to ruin our young
men of today. He not alone spoke of
the Intemperate use of strong drink,
but nrged the people to he temperate
In nil things. He based his sermon
on the great city of Samaria which
had been caused to suffer and fade
away as doth a (lower on account of
their dealing with strong drink. He
compared those ancient days with to
?tay and showed how this death dealing
?traffic could bring to ruin and de
struction our cities and towns.
Mr. W. B. Compton visited friends
and relatives at Rnoree last Sunday.
Mr. J. W. Hellams and wife visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Donaldson bust Sunday.
Mr. Lewis Kennedy, who for quite
awhile has been working at Watts mill
in now working with the Duncan mills
Lit tle Mil wee. the daughter of Mrs.
"Munde Hobo, has been quite ill. but is
thought to be somewhat improved at
WTiat Is sweeter than to go to the
^>abt>:ith school and study about Jesus
and his love? And yet there are so
many that neglect these grand privi
leges. There are two Sunday schools
held at Watts mill every Sunday, the
Baptist Sunday school, meeting every
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and the
Methodist Sunday school at 3 o'clock
in the evening. It would certainly
gladden the hearts of Bro. Sims and
Bro. Prior, the two superintendents,
to see all the people of Watts mill out
at Sunday school every Sunday and
not only would It please these men.
but it would be well ploaslng in tho
sight of God, and he would bless our
communit/ if men would only attend
the house of worship on tiie Sabbath
day. instead of spending it in Idle and
vain talk. So make It convenient to
be at Sunday school next Sunday.
A worry goo.l crowd was out to the
ordination service last Wednesday
night notwithstanding the unfavora
ble weather. Pro. Marler .v.'is ordain
ed to the gnu pel ministry. The pres
bytery was formed of Rev. J, M. Trog
don, Rev. Mr. Thayer, Rov. J. D. Bow
ens and the board of deacons. Rev.
Mr. Thayer delivered the charge and
Rev. I). Bowen offered the prayer.
Mr Sanford Bagwell Is very 111 at
The Watts mill company have a
fine ginnery for ginning long staple
cotton and have been doing a good
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cothran were
visiting friends and relatives at Eno
ree last week and returned to Watts
mill Thursday morning.
Mr. Buck Lambert Is all smiles?It's
Mrs. Luther Kirby Is quite sick at
Mr. Barnett and family, of Enoree,
have been visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hunter during
the past week.
By virtue of authority vested in mo
as administrator of the estate of Ab
ner Owens, deceased, and by an order
of sale by the Probate Judge of Lau
rens County, State of South Carolina.
I will sell at public out-cry at the late
residence of Abner Owens, deceased,
near Barksdale, In the county and state
aforesaid, on Friday, the 22nd day
of November, 1012, beginning at 10'
o'clock in the forenoon, the following
described personal property, to wit:
one ten horse power engine, one cot
ton gin, one press, one mure and sun
dry farming implements plantation
tools, household furniture, etc., said
articles of personalty to be sold to
the highest bidder. Terms of sale,
(Signed) \V. B. Knight,
See our line of dolls. They range in
price from 10c up.
S. M. & E. II. W'LKES & CO.
Whereas, It has pleased AlmightJ
God to remove from our chapter our.
beloved brother, Jno. B. Brooka.
Therefore, be It resolved by Adah
chapter No. 6, Order Kastern Star;
lst.-7*That, In the death of our
brother, Jno. B. Brooks, this chapter
has lost one of Its most efficient and
2nd.?That, while we mourn the
death of our departed brother and
friend we bow with humble submission
to the wisdom of the great I Am.
3rd.?That, we deeply and sincerely
sympathize with the bereaved ones and
commend them to the Father's care.
4th.?That a page In our minute
book be dedicated to the memory of
our depariud brother upon which to
inscribe these resolutions, and that we
send a copy of them to the bereaved
family, and also ask our county pa
pers to publish.
E. O. Andersln,
See the beautiful pictures we are
showing, prices from 50c up.
S. M. & E. H. W ILK ES & CO.
N. B. Dial A. C. Todd
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Building, Laureoe, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
MONEY TO LOAN
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office la SlmmoM Building
Phone: Office No. 86: Residence 219.
Simpson, Cooper 6z Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all raininess.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
I Hay Fever. Sold by druygists ; mail on
receipt of price fi.oo.
Trlnl Package by mall 10 cents.
, WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*.. CI.-v.-I.whI, Ohio
LAURENS DRUG CO.
I.aureus, S. IX
Exclusive Styles In
The average Woman is very particular about her Shoes. They con
tribute as much to her appearance as any article of apparel she wears.
Our Women's Shoes are chosen with the greatest care from the produc
tions of Makers that make the best Women's Shoes.
Well be pleased to show you
the handsome New Fall Models!
Shoes for House or Street wear. Button or Lace. Medium or high
cut. Dull or bright leathers. The new Tans and Velvets. Every size
and width. $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 to $4.00.
Our Women's $2.50 and $3.00 Shoes tower above any other Shoe
values for the money, while our $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes mean Footwear
elegance and luxury.
CLARDY & WILSON
THE SHOE MEN
ONE PRICE STORE
Thursday, Nov. 21. Friday, Nov. 22. Saturday, Nov. 23.
_GREENWOOD, S. C._
We want to become better acquainted with you and we want you to know us and the kinds of Goods we
are selling. For this reason we are offering you SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS to come to Greenwood and trade
with us on the above dates. We can't tell you all of the good things we have in store for you but we shall take
great pleasure in showing them to y 3u. You can spend a pleasant day in a good, live town, inspect our stores
and take advantage of the good things we are offering you. You will be sorry if you do not come. The follow
ing Merchants will make it to your interest to trade with them:
J. D. Moore, Dry Goods, Shoes and Miiiinery.
Jay-Smith Clothing Company, Gents' Furnishings.
J. C. Burns Company, The Red Iron Racket Store.
J. B. Wharton Company, Everything for the Ladies.
The Wharton Clothing Company, Gents' Furnishings.
Rush Brothers Company, Dry Goods and Ladies' Furnishings.
R. H. Anderson & Company, Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Etc.
The G. A. Byrd Outfitting Company, Gents' Furnishings and Shoes.
The McLure 10 Cent Store.
T. J. Bolton, Gents' Furnishings.
The Alcazar, The New Ladies' Store.
Morehead's Shoe Store, Shoes for Everybody.
R. Rosenbaum, Dry Goods, Millinery, Shoes, Clothing, Etc.
J. T. Simmons Estate, Furniture, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Etc.
The Rosenberg Clothing and Shoe Company, Everything for Men and Boys.
S. N. Brunson Dry Goods Co., Dry Goods, Shoes and Ladies' Ready-to-wear.
Remember the Dates, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 21-22-23.
GREENWOOD, SOUTH CAROLINA