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? GRAY COURT NEWS. ?
limy Court?I.n; County school
district no. 6, In which Is located tho
Gray Court?Owlngs High Schooli
held an election Saturday for voting
on bonds for the erection of a new
school building. The election was car
ried In favor of the hood issue, 62 to
36. The trustees will build a new
'hi l Id I ii .? on the spot now occupied by
the <Jray Court OwlngS High School,
which will bo one of Laurens County's
The Cray Court Owlngs high school
has been one of the County's leading
schools for tho past few years, taking
:irst prize In n vt ral of the County
contests. This school promises to be
a County leader in the future. We have
a'good corps of teachers and a live
tioard of trustees. Mr. C. U. Owlngs,
preeldont of the board, Is a graduate of
Clomson and taught for several years
n the county schools and knows how
!o handle a school. Wo have great
confidence in the success of the school
while under his care. We hear sonic
talk of tho County fair now. Cray
Court will be on hand with a display
that will capture some of the prizes.
Mr. S. I). Martin's offer of a $25.00
'on of Fertilizer for tho best <; stalks
if cotton grown by the use of powa
hatan Chemical Co's. fertilizer Is bo
oming one of the tuples and there
wiTJl be sotvor.jl fanners from this
?ommunlty that will contest for this
aluablo prize. Wo hope to hove Cray
'ourt-Owlngs high school well repre
sented at the fair.
Our town is coming to new life at
? resent. Several buildings ore 111
irogress and people are arranging to
"Omo to town to live. Mr. W. B. Cray
'las rented his home at Knights Sta
tion and will move in town during
'he winter, occupying the house own
d by L. lt. IIrooks, now occupied by
!. 10. Moore.
Miss Margaret Floyd, of Woodruff,
;s visiting Miss Allene Willis.
Mr. lt. F. Veargln left last week for
Amlte, La., where he has accepted a
position as professor of agriculture
on a ranch school. Mr. Ycargln just
finished an agricultural course at
Clomson College last session and
doubtless lie will meet, with great
success in his profession in the west.
Miss Eva Shell, Brroll Martin, Kate
Curry and Marie Curry left last week
for Lander College.
Miss Claude shell and Henrietta
Owing* have !< ft for Winthrop college.
Quite a crowd attended the baptizing
services at (ho Baptist church Sunday
afternoon. Twenty-one persons WCI'O
The Wesley Adult Bible Clasa, of
the M. 10. church, gave an afternoon
p ion tu mi Llib church lawn !a*M Wed
nesday, which was quite a success.
The ladies prepared a line BUppor
which was served on the lawn in pic
nic style. The Wesley class of Oials
and the King's Daughters, of Cray
Court, all joined in having a photo
graph made and then each class was
taken separately which will be pub
lished In the Sunday School literature.
About seven-thirty the crowd retired
to the church where Messrs. It. A.
Cooper and .Ino. O. Cllnkscales were
to have addressed the crowd on Sun
day school work. Neither of these
gentlemen were able to be with us,
ko Mr. W. L. Gray was on band and
wag called on and delivered a very
strong and earnest appeal on behalf
or the Sunday school work. Rev. T.
W. Munnerlyn made the address of
welcome and called for class records
from Mr. J. W. Wells, secretary of
tho Wesley class, who stated that this
class was organized In February, 1013
with 33 on the roll. Now there are
77 enrolled with good average at
tendance, with good collections, plen
ty of anoney to defray all expenses
and a nice sum in the treasury. The
claas officers are: W. 1'. Harris, pres
ident; T. N. Munnerlyn, and L. c.
Dorr Oh, teachers; Cray Harris, treas
urer; J. W. Wells, secretary. Mr.
Ralph Wilson was then introduced
ind gave a very interesting and In
uructive address on the Sunday school
work. The Wesley class is a nourish
ing class and is making a great Im
provement on the community, it's
moral influence will be far-reaching.
Do You Fear Consumption 1
No mater how chronic your cough
or howo severe your 'hroat or lung
ailment is, Dr. King's New Discovery
Will surely help yon: It may save your
life. Stlllmnn Green, of Mallchlto, Col.,
writes: "Two doctors said I had con
sumption and could not live two years.
I used Dr. King's New Discovery and
am alive and well." Your money re
funded If it fails to benefit you. The
best homo remedy for coughs, colds,
throat ffhd lung troubles. Price 50c
; nd $1.(10. Guaranteed by Laurent
Drug Co; and Palmetto Drug Co.
We have just the Heater you will
need for School ? or Church. Don't
wait until old weather bat como in
right away and let IIy fit you Up so
that When the cold wavo comes you
will be ready.
S. M. &. 10. H. Wilkes & Co.
BUTTON! BUTTON! Whose got Hit
button! Get biis> !
TYLEBSYILLE DOTS. ?
Tyieraville, Sept. ir,.?Mrs. R. u
Holland and Mrs. Mattio Clark spent
Sunday With Mr. Will Henry and fam
Miss Lilile Peterson left yesterday
to spend a week with friends in Hen*
dorsonvllle, Urovard and other towiiB
in North Caorllna.
Mr. I'. S. MeChray was in Laurens
Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P, Poole were in
Laurens shopping Thursday.
Mrs. W. P, I'oole und children spent
the week-end with relatives near
Mr. Will lain Peterson leaves Tues
day for Spartanburg where he will en
ter Wofford college.
Mrs. P. K. Aborcromble and chil
dren, from near Woodruff, ae Visiting
tit the borne of Mr. and Mrs. .1. W.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R, Cooper .spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mrs. W. 1). Myrd was in Laurens
Misses Maggie and Lillian Peterson
of Laurens are visiting relatives in
Mrs. T. M. (Iross returned to her
home at Taylors yesterday after visit
ing rolatiVOS In this section.
Several from tilts community at
tended services at Kooky Springs,
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Eden, Sept. 15.?Mr. M. W. Gray
and Carl Reeves visited Mr. Will
Woods, of llonea Path, Saturday night
Misses Lilla and Rtlbic Babb and
Ella Helle Copoland of Fountain Inn,
spent the latter part of the week with
Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Mahaffey.
T. H. Reeves visited his mother a
few days last week.
Prod Armstrong left Tuesday for
Clomson where he will attend school
(he coming session.
Misses Mae and Allie Babb, of the
Rabun community, spent Friday with
Mr. M. W. Cray and family.
Misses Alpha and Lola Martin left
Monday for Kingston, N. C, where
they will attend school the coming
Sulphur Springs, Sept. 15,?This
morning, September the 15th, we are
having a regular r?it rain and it is
cold enough for a tire to feel pleasant.
Mrs. Win. Martin has been on the
sick list for the past few days.
Mr. tnd Mrs. Charlie C. Saxon and
Master lOllwood, and little Miss Sara
were the week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. .1. W. Saxon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. A. Mcl'herson vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Riddle Satur
day night and Sunday.
Mrs. Iva Dendy and little ones, who
have been visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. .lohn Cannon, for several
days, have returned to their home In
Miss Mary Smith and brother, Mas
ter James, were business visitors in
Laurens last Saturday.
Misses Alice and I^eona Covlngton,
of Laurens, who have been on a visit
to their grandmother, Mrs. Win. Mar
tin, returned to their home last Sun
day accompanied by their uncle, Mr.
Cleve McPherson, and aunt, Mrs. E. W.
Teague and Miss Nell Martin.
Misses Annie Sue and Lyl Cannon,
who have been In Greenville for the
past month have returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Teague were the
guests of their mother, Mrs. G. W. L.
Teague, last Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon, Mr. Otis
Cannon anil Mrs. Eva Dendy were vis
itors in Laurens last Friday.
Mr. William McPherson visited
Messrs. Henet Hawkins and Joe Saxon
Mrs. G. W. L. Teague and Misses
Ruth and Fay Hill were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. G. (). Teague last Sun
Cotton is opening very rapidly b it
Is not going to be as good as It was
thought to be some days ago, but on
an average corn Is a lot better than it
was thought It was going to be. So
much the better for the farmers and
it* we can get a good price for our
cotton "although the crop is going to
be short." I think WO would still pull
through with the good feed crop that
is ready to be gathered.
Cnnglri a Bad Cold.
"Last winter my son Caught a very
bad or Id and the way lie coughed Was
something dreadful," writo* Mrs. Sarah
K. Duncan, of Tlpton, Iowa. "We
thought sure he was going Into con
sumption. We bought lust one bo'.t'e
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
that one bottle stopped his cough and
cured his cold completely." For sale
by all dealers.
Monday, Sept. 22, 1913
2 P. M. to 10 P. M.
LA?RENS CITY OPERA HOUSE
See the Styles Your Grandmother Wore
Other Motion Pictures will be Shown by Mr. Lavender During
the Evening. All Absolutely Free.
A Ten Thousand Dollar Moving Picture Film, Three Thousand Feet in length por
traying uy Motion Photography tT.ie Styles of the Century in contrast with those of to
day will be shown to our friendo and customers.
The title of the film is "Mrs. Carter Worthington's Dilemma." It portrays in an in
teresting and fascinating way the difficulties that our women friends encounter in their
efforts to procure costumes, growns and tailored suits that meet the approval of those
who know style, fit and tailoring.
Mrs. Worthington has an annoying experience in search for a new costume in which
to attend the Annual Costume Pageant of the Delaware Society and her troubles are
solved by her bosom friend, Mrs. Lila Laskerfield who has discovered the merits of
During the Costume Pageant, we will introduce on film the styles of the last century
beginning with the girl of 1800 and proceeding by 10 year periods up to the present
The Third Reel will portray the visit of Mrs. Lila Laskerfield to the home of
PRINTZESS and just what she saw while watching the making of a PRINTZESS gar
ment. On the last Reel we show a parade of living models, wearing the styles of the
season, the very garments that you will see in our department.
ADMISSION FREE TO ALL
COME! Be our guest, Admission Free to All. No Children will
be admitted unless accompanied by their Parents or Guardians.
Make this a gala occasion, call up your friends, Lave them meet you in our depart
ment-make up a party to attend this Fashion Exhibit in a body-and know what the
styles for Fall really are.
Remember the Date, Monday, Sept. 22, from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m.
THE STYLE LEADERS
Laurens' Best Store
Laurens' Best Store