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* GRADED SCHOOL HONORS. *
LiBt of pupils who have made tho
lilghcHt general average in Scholar
ship, Deportment and Attendance dur
ing tho pant bcbbIoii. Beach pupil rc
colves an appropriate button from the
First Grade, Edrnond Lake*
Second Grade, Nelle Jones. m
Third Grade, Margaret Lake.
Fourth Grade, Thomas Barksdale.
Fourth Grade, Montelth Caino.
Fifth Grade, Mary Blackwcll.
Fifth Grade, Charles HugheB.
Sixth Grade, Kathleen McGee.
Seventh Grade, Rebecca Lake.
Eighth Grade, Hattle Sullivan.
Ninth Grade, Herbert Sullivan.
Tenth Grade, Gusslo Miller.
First Grade, Jam OS ('arter.
Second Grade, Virgil Halrston.
Third and Fourth Grade, Donnle
Lifit of pupils who have not been
abBent .tardy or dismissed during the
entlro session of nine months. Hut
tons were presented to these pupils:
First Grade, Ruth Sullivan.
Second Grade, Mary Sue Bolt, Nolle
Jones, Eula May Martin, Sara Eliza
Swygert, Ruth Watson.
Third Grade, Fred Bishop, Elbert
Copeland, Beatrice Bnbb, Eula Burns,
Margaret Lake, Rosallo Sullivan.
Fourth Grade, Ruth Thompson, An
nie Wnde, Leo Watson.
Fourth Grade, Katherlne Bolt, Sarah
Dnnlnp, Mary Roper, Emmie Sullivan.
Fifth Grade, William Anderson.
Er-olle Holder, Charles Hughes, Nash
Phllpot, Aileene Ledford, Corrls Stone,
Firth Grade. Willlom T.nko. Baton
Sixth Grade, James Dunlap, Damon
Seventh Grade, Ta)1s Nelson.
Eighth Grade, Jesse Bolt, Virginia
Ninth Grade, Elizabeth Moscley.
Tenth Grade. Gusslo Miller.
First Grade, Ruth Stewart.
Second Grade, Virgil Halrston.
Third Grade, Annie May Dunkin.
Fourth Grade, Toy O'Shlelds.
List of pupils who have been on
the monthly Honor Roll for each of
tho nine months of the session:
First Grade, Charles Barksdale, Carl
Thompson, Florlde Moore.
Second Grade. Sara Eliza Swygert,
INoVlo JVjnes, Rtehecca Adams, Eula
Third Grade, Margaret I>ake.
Fourth Grade, Annie Wade.
Fifth Grade. Mary Blackwell.
Fifth Grade, Dor roh Halrston,
Charles Hughes. Nash Phllpot.
Sixth Grade, Annie Barksdale, Hat
tle "Watson, Kathleen McGee.
Seventh Grade, Rebecca Lake.
Eelghth Grade. Mary Sullivan.
Ninth Grade, Herbert Sullivan.
Fourth Grade, Donnle Barton.
Tylersvllle. June 2.?Quite a crowd
from this community attended servic
es at Bethany Sunday morning.
MIbs Grace Poole was In Laurens
Mrs. T. M. Gross of Taylors, who
has been on a two weeks' visit to her
!?arcnts, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peterson
returned to her home Monday.
Mr. J. H. Don nan of Clinton spent
the week-end with relatives here.
Mrs. W. P. Poole was in Laurens
MIbs Llllie Peterson and brother
William attended the conference in
'.aurens last Wednesday.
Miss Luln Donnnn was In Laurens
shopping last Thursday.
Miss Talula Little spent last week
vith Ml^s Sara Franco-; Glenn.
Mr Fnrtnan Poole was In Clinton
Mayor Duncan for Congress.
It Is very probable that Mayor T. C.
'>unean will er tor the race for Con
gress In the next campaign. In fact.
o has given out his Intention to do
o. liiere was some talk of his look
ing the race agninst Mr. Johnson last
Limmer, but, he decided against en
erlng at that time. When seen by a
Times reporter this week, Mayor Dun
?an confirmed the rumor as to his
? nterlng the race next summer. He
ays It 1b now his Intention to make
the campaign. He will oppose Mr.
ohnson. the present incumbent, and I
-am Nleholls, of Spartnnburg, who
rs announced his Intention of enter?
11g tho race.
It la quite a while before the cam
aign opens, and there may be others
?o enlist before the opening day next
(im Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
h* -??r?.t caaea. no matter of bow long it ?n<li nc.
<? cured by the wondertui, old .?;;,,:.'.,
srter's Antiseptic Healing- OH. It relieve*
j ..in and Ileala at the aame time. 25c. 50c. $1.00
I CROSS HILL NEWS
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Cross Hill, June 2.?Master Bid ridge
MeSwain of Newberry, !s visiting rel
.Mrs. J. C. I Fill has been quite sick
the past week.
Misses Gertrude Lenman and Ella
Mae Martin returned from Winthrop)
last Friday. ?
Mr. Austin Leaman Is spending a
few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Leaman.
Mr. Butler Black Is ^si^ng his
father, Mr. J. I). Black.
Mr. Hugh Leaman of Whltmlre was
with homofolks Sunday.
Messrs Hugh Fuller and J. II. Pinson
went to Chattanooga last week.
Mr. W. II. Breeder of Dillon is|
with Mr. J. A. Guthrie for a visit. He
attended the reunion at Chattanooga.
This correspondent in going about
tho country the past week has seen
some due fields of oats. While tho
crop was cut to some extent by dry
weather. Mr. W. II. Leaman, R. T.
Hollings worth) W. C. Rnsor and oth- I
ers have fine oats. We had a good
rain Tuesday of last week. A few
miles near the Newberry line a heavy
rain nnd hall storm prevailed. Mr.
Jim Workman nnd Mr. Decatur Booz
er have large fields of corn cut bad
ly by the hall. The corn Is about 12
to 18 Inches high. Cotton has come
to a stand since the rain last week
and tho crop ns a rule will be about
threo weeks later than usual. After
cutting off oats and wheat tho land
Is being sowed In peas or planted In
It has been suggested that a fund
be raised to help any Cross Hill vet
eran who does not feel able to pay
his expenses to the Gettysburg re
union, If he wishes to go. These
"boys in gray" were there for us and
for South Carolina about 50 years
ago and a good many did not come
back. It would be very nice to give
a "lift" to any who are not financial
ly able to make the trip. A commit
tee Is trying to arrange a plan and
our ladles and nil our people may be
called upon to help. The committee
will consult with the "Daughters" and
see what we can do. What Is done
must be done quickly.
Miss Katie Culbertson ond Mr. Will
Wells of Greenwood county were mnr
ried Sunday at the home of Mrs. Jodie
Culbertson the Rev. J. A. Martin offi
ciating. The marriage was a quiet
one on account of the 111 health of
the mother Mrs. Culbertson. Only a
few relatives and friends being pres
Mr. Rex Chandler of Clinton was
with his people here Sninday.
Some thief entered Mr. J. E. Spear
man's store last night and took $12.
In cash and some shirts and perhaps
other goods. They climbed In through
the transom over the door. S. W. Lowe
rural police and J. W. Koon police of
town have been on the trail today but
Mrs. J. D. Becks and children are
visiting In town.
RABUN HEWS. *
Rabun. June 2.?Miss Temple Man
ley, after an Illness of more than five
weeks, died at her home In Laurens
Thursday night. Until about five
years ago Miss Manley had lived In
nnd near this community. She was a j
Sunday school teacher for many years
at Rabun, nnd was a woman that
was loved by all who knew her. She
lived to a good old age, had she lived
till the 26th of Juno she would have
been eighty years old. Though she
lived a good distance from here, often
was she thought of by her good
friends that loved her dearly. Satur
day morning her remains were laid
to rest in the Rabun cemetery, Rev.
Mr. Baggott of Gray Court, nnd Rev.
Mr. iledgepath, of Laurens, conduct
ing the funeral service. Messrs.
Claude and Clyde Godfrey, of Lau
rens are her nearest relatives to
mourn for her.
Mrs. Mary Ann Bolt Is critically 111
at this writing.
Mrs. Lizzie Cheek, we are glad to
report Is up and going around after
being sick. I
Rev. Mr. Baggott spent Saturday]
with Mr. H. H. Mahon and Saturday
night with Mr. and Mrs. William Ma
Mrs. Rebecca Owens spent several
days lnst week with Mrs. Emily Woods
of Eden community.
Mr. Jim Cheek nnd daughter. Miss
Into, of I^aurens, spent several days
last week visiting relatives In this)
nnd Hendersonvtlle communities.
Misses Marie Mahon and Martha!
Wolff returned to their home Thurs
day from Limestone college.
Mr. C. B. Bobo of I*aurcns, will
make an address at Rabun Creek
church second Sunday evening at four
o'clock nnd the public Is Invited to
I Mr. Lyston Mnhon of Greenville Is
i visiting Mr. Claude Mahon this week
CoDTiIcbt 1909. by C. E. Zimmeiman Co.--No. 10
For Men, Women and Children and selling lots of
Hosiery seems to be a part of our business, especially
just at this season of the yec r when so many people
want thin Gauze Hosiery, and don't like to pay two
prices to get it.
Three reasons why we sell so much Hosiery is, we
sell Guaranteed Hosiery for Men, Women and Children.
WUNDERHOSE AND SHAWKNIT
Wunderhose at 25cts per pair and
Shawknit Silk Stocking at 50cts
Get it at H. Terry's
by Parcels Post
Get it at H. Terry's
by Parcels Post
HEWS FROM JONES. *
Jones, June 2.?We had the pleasure
of meeting our good friend Dr. Don
nan of Laurens.
Mr. Jno. Knight of Mt. Olive, visit
ed Mr, W. A. Reeves last week.
Frank Jones has a pair of fine
young hounds that he will sell for
Several of our people attended
Mr. Cf. B. Rlley has the host field of
cotton wo have seen.
We had a very severe wind and hall
Horn May 21, to Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Jones, a daughter.
Horn May 27, to Walter Jones, a
Our Sunday School under the super
intendency of Hon. J. F. Morrison and
his efficient corps of teachers, Is In a
very flourishing condition. We meet
at 4 o'clock p. m. and ccrdially in
vite all of our friends to unite with
us in the good work.
Mr. J. C. Mabry recently visited her
son Herman at Cokesbury.
Messrs. McNlnch and Beacham are
operating an improved reaper which
i giving perfect satisfaction.
The farmers are very busy working
'>o|r corn and young cotton.
Messrs. Adam and George Jones
have a tine field of corn.
Mr. George Hughes Is a very ener
Frank and Walter Jones cut a bee
tree that contained a nice quantity of
Drs. Jones, Workman, and Jones
are kept busy.
Messrs. Deacham and Rlley, W. H.
Hughe;;, and J. C. Martin are operat
ing first class country stores and will
appreciate the patronage of their
At the next communication of Brew
erton Lodge A. F. M. 4th Saturday, 2
o'clock p, m., there will be work in
the E. A. and F. C. Degrees.
Messrs. Willie Knight and John
Gambrell are operating automobiles
for the accommodation of the pupils.
Any one having the unknown or
perfectly sound mixed peas for sale
will confer a favor upon Dr. W. T.
Jones, by writing at once the price.
Mr. G. L. G.aham has sold a fine
lot of cabbage at Ware Shoals.
Mr. John Odell is meeting with suc
cess in the sale of an improved churn.
('leers and Skin Troubles.
If you are suffering with any old.
running or fever sores, ulcers, boils,
eczema or other skin troubles, get a
box of Dueklen's Arnica Salve and
you will get relief promptly. Mrs.
Hruce Jones, of Birmingham, Ala.,
suffered from an ugly ulcer for nine
months and Dueklen's Arnica Salve
cured her in two weeks. Will help
you. Only 2?c. Recommended by
Laureus Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
A public meeting of all thos? citi
zens who return real or personal
property In the school district of the
town of Lauyens will b held In the
county court/ house, Wednesday June
18th. at 18 o/elock A. M., for the pur
pose of levmng a tax for maintaining
the public schools In the town of LAU
rens for the scholastic year of 1013
and 1914, and the election of two trus
O. B. Simmons,
C. II. Roper. Chairman.
Asthma! i Asthma!
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief ajnd an absolute cure
in all cases ol Aphmn. Bronchitis. ar>d
Hay Fever. Sald/by druggists ; mail on
receipt of price IM.oo.
Trlnl Paokd#e by mall 10 rents.
WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. Prop*., Oct.Und, Ohio
LATHENS DRUG CO.
Laar?as. S. ii
? SHILOH LETTER. *
Shildk, June 2.?Perhaps the farm
er is the happiest man on earth. He
doesn't grow rich as fast as the man
of trade. There is more pleasure In
watching the little plant unfold and
fold Itself than to dwell In the dark
code's of commerce. If I wanted hon
or. I would be a farmer, If I wanted
fame I would be some great states;
man; if I wanted to grow rich I would
enter the mercantile business.
Crops are being cultivated delicate
ly. Some are about through thinning
out. Then their arj some who are
complaining of very poor stands, while
others have planted o/e>', or at least
a part of their crop. We bavo been
blessed with showerB, but not suffi
cient to bring up all the cotton. Wo
have an average all-round stand. A
potatcHsoaker -and a clay-?sx)ppy is
very much needed for the vegetable
kingdom at present, followed with
hot, piping weather and calm winds,
then everything will put on a vigorous
life. Mark you!
Mrs. J. R. Hellams and Miss Cyn
thla Mahaffcy have been right ill for
a few days passed. AVe are elated to
write up their short duration of im
We see by the papers they have
hanged Haman on the gallows, that
he hod prepared for Moidecai. I re
fer to Tom B. Felder, of Atlanta.
Saturday, last, wa sthe scene of
another new grave in the necropolis
at Ilabun, when the corpse of Miss
Tempy Mandley was laid to rest to
await the resurrection morn. We can
truthfully say in the language of Paul,
when the corruptible will put on in
corruption and the mortal will have
put on immortality then she will come
forth to meet her lord of whom she
had trusted so long and so faithfully.
Oh* death, where Is thy sting? Oh,
grave where is thy victory. Death and
the grave will claim no sin over Miss
Mandley. Miss Mandley was a true,
genuine Christian lady and a conscien
tious member of Rabun Creek Bap
tist church over 60 years. She was
in her 79th year. This marks the last
resting place of Miss Tempy by the
side of her sister, Essey and one
brother, Damp, who preceded her sev
eral years ago and the last one of
the Mandley family.
Mr. W. S. Bolt went to town Sat
urday on his motorcycle. Will senda
the signal on ahead by holloing, hol
loo, holloo, holloo?that means clear
Mr. Ralph Wilson who has been
teaching over at McBee is at home,
his school being out.
Miss Martha Wolff is at home from
Limestone. Miss Ructa went up to
accompany her sister home.
Mr. Jas. W. Wofford and family, of
Knoree, spent the day, Sun?ay, with
Mr. C. W. Abercrombie.
Inasmuch as there has already been
two terms of the Criminal Court hold
en during the present year, and there
are no case? pressing for trial at the
regular term of Court to be holden
on \he tjlird Monday of June, it haa
beeil o/dered that no session of the
Court/of General Sessions be had dur
ing a he summer term, and that all
cases for trial at that term be con
tinued until the next term of the
Court. Jurors and witnesses will
please take notice that they will not
be required to attend Court on the
third Monday of June ensuing.
C. A. Power,
45-lt Clerk of the Court.
The Quality Store for Men
HABITS THAT SOME PEOPLE HAVE
YOU WILL GET THE HABIT, TOO
There are Hundreds of Well-dressed Men and Young Men who buy all
their Clothes here?men who demand quality and correctness above everything,
and they all come back. Our friendship has been doubly strenghened because
they can not only get complete Clothes-satisfaction, but also more for their
clothes money than they can get anywhere else.
You'll get the habit too, after you get your first Su}t here. Every sale
we make is meant to give you one hundied per cent satisfaction, and no sale
is complete or final until you're sure its right. >
Discerning men who hare already
trled our Rend)-for-Sen Joe Suits
make hold with this assertion,?No
more custom tailors for me. So why
bother round with tailors 1 Onr Clothes
fit you to perfection.
We want yon to understand it Just
that way?you can fret nothing better.
Refore you purchase you see the cloth,
color and cat of the garment. A on sec
Hie 'it. yon take no chance, yon wear
It at once, so, you see, we're offering
you a finished proposition, not a mere
"guess and a gamble.*'
On the other side if yon insist on
having a tailor mode suit let us show
you what real tailoring is. Our years
of experience In the clothing business
is nt your service, and while we ad.
rise you to bny a good ready to wear
Suit jet we can give you tho very
best In tailoring at satisfying prices,
High-grade Ready-to-wear, High-grade Tailoring, at Live and Let
LAURENS' BEST STORE