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Moxldcn, Sept. 9.?The gins at this
place have been put In first class shape
and are now ready for tho fleecy sta
ple. Mr. Douglas Ilryson will have
charge of the gins. It. J. Dangston will
buy cotton and Messrs Dennis Cul
bertson and O. \V. Profil t will hid for
tho seed, so bring on your cotton.
UaCle John Flnloy and Iii? visitor,
Dr. Klbler enjoyed tho reunion of the
old ?Obliers at Laurens Saturday.
Dr. and .Mrs. (Jus W. CunnlDgham,
who have been on a visit to home
folks will leave; Wednesday for the
home in Vermont.
Tho school at Now Prospect opened
very encouragingly Monday, the 8th.
Then? were between HO and GO pupils,
li>" the opening day. A new room has,
t?oen built during tho summer and two
teachers will be omployed for tho
Whole session this year. Miss Alken Is
principal and Miss Langston, assist
Miss Kate Wofford leaves today for
Winthrop. She will bo joined in Clin
ton by her friend, Miss Margaret Young
They are the forerunners of a large
contingent that will Rock 1 till ward
one week from today.
Messrs. John It. Flnloy, K. C. Klbler
and tho family of Mr. Percy Flnloy
were the guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. t. s. Langston.
Mesdamcs Margaret Allison and Mol
lie TongUO have been enjoying a visit
to relatives near Milton.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Cunningham were
callers in our midst recently.
The writer Is under obligations to
good friends at Cold Point to Mr. It.
II. Pasley for a mess of beans, to Miss
Loitia Madden for some very fine SCUp-l
Mr. .1. I). Culbcrt80n was one of
those who enjoyed the recent excur
sion to Jacksonville, Fla.
Tho many friends of Miss Frankle
Culbertson will be glad to know she
was able to return to her homo from
tho hospital recently and at last report
was getting on nicely.
Caught a Had Cold.
"Last winter my son caught a very
bad o, id and the way ho coughed was
something dreadful," writes Mrs. Sarah
B. Duncan, of Tlpton, Iowa. "We
thought sure he was going Into con
sumption. We bought lust one bottte
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and i
that one bottle stopped his cough and!
cured his cold completely." For salei
by all dealers.
Mountvllle, Sept. 8.?The remains of
little Lindsay Karle, the nine year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Yates, of
Urevard, N. C, were brought here Sat
urday night, and the burial took place
Sunday morning at eleven o'clock at
the Presbyterian cemetery, conducted
by Rev. J. A. Martin. Mr. and Mrs.
Nates formerly lived here, where a
large circle of relatives and friends
sympathize with them In this sore
affliction. Mr. J. II. Motes of this place
? as called to Urevard last Friday on
account of the serious illness ?r lit
tle F?rb-, and reached there only an
hour before he passed away. He, with
Mr. M. 10. Lindsay, a brother of Mrs.
YatCS, accompanied the bereaved par
ents on their sad mission. The little
grave was left a mound of (lowers.
The Mountville high school opened
Iis fall session this morning with un
usually full attendiuncc. Principal,
R, A. Fuller and Miss Marie Stokes of
Hie high school grades, were in their
places again. Tlx; new teachers for
this year are; Miss Mary Martin of
Qrocnwood, in the intermediate grades,
and Miss Emma Hipp, of Clinton, in
the primary department. Miss Martin
served our school in this capacity quite
acceptably for three years, previous to
last year. With the large enrollment
that we will have, the prospects are
bright for another successful school
Mr. Boyd 'Chandler, of Belfast, has
moved his family to town and Is occu
pying rooms in Mrs. May Chick's
house. Mr. Chandler comes to town
to put his children in school here.
Mr. Buena Crisp, who holds a posi
tion as telegraph operator at Leesburg,
Fla., recently paid a visit to his home
Miss Marguerite Fuller spent the
month of August In Winnsboro, visit
ing her aunt, Mrs. Huchannan.
Mr. K. A. Adams enjoys the distinc
tion of having sold the first balo of
new cotton on this market.
The three ginneries at this place
have all been put In good shape and
are now prepared to accommodate the
Miss Zelle Crisp has returned home
after a two weeks' visit to friends la
Miss Ruth Stokes left Saturday for
Kock Hill, where she will be engaged
in teaching this season.
? I.ANFORD NEWS. ?
Lanford, Sept. 8.?The school op
ened hero Monday morning with full
attendance. Mr. Clifton Rhoads is
principal, Misses Marie Patterson and
Hlolla Lanford arc the assistant teach
Mr. Will Little was painfully, though
not sc'iousi/ cut while at work at h'.j
saw mill las', wc?k. He is Improving
Mrs. L. M. Cannon is spending tuis
week in Spartanburg with her (laugh
ter, Mrs. B. F. Homer.
Mrs. H. M. Johnson is on an ex
tended visit to Newton, N. C.
Mis. Willie Henderson Is spending
some time with her parents here, Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Drummond.
Quite a number from here went on
the excursion to Johnson City. Among
them were ("apt. W. H. Drummond,
with Iiis two sons, Jimmlo and Sam*
mlo, Mr. .1. II. Harmon, Charlie and
Clovlo Thomas ami Mr. Martin.
Mr. M. Fleming attended the meet
ing of the old soldiers Saturday at
Hau re us.
Mr. .lohn Godfrey was In Laurens
Friday on business.
Mr. Kennte Shell and sister. Mis;.
Emma, spent Sunday with Mrs. Lena
Mr. 10. II. Moore Is In Greenville on
Mr. T. K. Wolff was a business visit
or to Laurens Monday.
Mrs. Minnie Willis is spending a
few days in Spartanburg this week.
Misses Hyde Wofford and Rubie Ed
wards of Switzer, visited Miss Min
nie Lanford last week.
Mrs. Minnie Willis gave a picnic to
her Sunday school class Friday on
the Island at Enoree. All report a
Mrs. Clarence Rramlett visited at
W. II. l)ruininond's last week.
Mr. A. P. Little and family spent
Sunday at Pleasant Mound with Mr. W.
The commuinty was saddened to hear
of the death of Mrs. Owlngs which oc
curred at Spartanburg. Her remains
were brought to Warrior Creek church
lor burial Monday.
Miss Kittle D. Putman who was
opeated on for an attack of appendici
tis, is doing nicely. She is at the
Steadly hospital in Spartanburg.
Miss Othella Johnson is suffering
with a sprained ankle.
Miss Annie Lou Little was called to
the bed?ide of her brother. 8he has
been spending the summer in Rich
mond and Spartanburg, visiting friends
Miss Nell Wei born and James Flem
ing were in l/mr. n , Thuibday, shop
ML Olive, Sept. 9.?Dr. and Mrs. J.
O. .Martin and daughter, Miss Lillie,
Bpent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Martin of the Mt. Gallagher section.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cooper Bpent
Saturday and Sunday with relatives iu
Mr. I). E. Balentlne and family and
Mr. Mill Arial, of Ware Shoals, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. 1$. Bo
Miss Lillie Martin returned home
last Monday after n pleasant visit with
relatives in Laurens and Spartanburg.I
Masters Jeff and Millie Wood of the
Brewerton section spent Sunday with
Master Bverotte Washington.
Messrs. K. B. Boland and L. S.
Cooper went to Laurons on business
Mr. Pet Smith, of the Union com
munity, visited at Mr. J. P. Knight's
Miss Ethel Culbertson went to Lau
rens Monday, where sho will attend
school this session.
Mr. J. H. Culbertson Is attending
court tills week, at Laurons.
Mr. George 'Cooper spent Sunday
with Mr. Maul Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cooper were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. O'dell
Master Manning Molt left Saturday
for Piedmont where he will be In
school this term.
Our farmers have begun to pick cot
I ton. Tlie cotton crop here seems to
be very good.
Mr. E. L. Martin, of Ware Shoals
spent Sunday with home folks here.
Mr. Ixmnle Bishop, of Piedmont,
spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Bishop.
BUTTON! BUTTON J Have you seen
the button! (let busy!
Farm f#r BenU
Dr. W. C. Irby is ?dvert,slnK t?ls
week a fine six-horte farm for fent.
It ia conveniently loc.ilod and in One
state for cultivation. <\
?lust received "b<antiful ]int} of
Framed I'lctur^ ?jji1 wc ?"ve priced
them very low.
S. M. & fi. ri- Wilkes & Co.
"Fun costs the young man a lot of money. As a young
man, you heed the money. Save it. Cut out the kind
of fun your wife or mother cannot j^njoy with you."
THE BAN K 3^ L?UR ENS
1_>MJ RENS , S , C. ,
i| Have You Seen the Button? Get Busy! II
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For You to See Our Many New and Pretty Things for Fall.
Women who appreciate Quality and Style will be quick to take advantage of our many attractive Furnishings
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Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats!
Here as usual you find the un
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tone and distinction, which every
lady is looking for in a coat. We
have them for the Ladies', Misses
and Children at most any price.
Our stock as usual contains many
new things that will be worn this
Fall. You are invited to see the
Waists, Neckwear, Hosiery!
Many beautiful and new styles in these
articles that are attractively made and attrac
Laurens, S. C.
We will take pleasure in handling your
Parcels Post Orders.
Dresses, Costumes and Waists!
An assemblage of hand
some Dresses, which portray
all that is new in the world
of fashion for fall and win
ter of 1913. Every new
color, every new material,
ever* new idea in trim
mings, sleeves, skirts, etc.
Dresses ,For Every Occasion
New Wash Fabrics!
Whatever your needs in wash fabrics you
can satisfy them at Switzer's. We are show
ing many new things in Waisting, Percales, 5C
Ratines and Ginghams.