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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
1 Mr. Thud L. Knight was in the city
Mr. Frank Knight was trading In
the city Saturday.
Mr. Alvin Owens, of Rabun. was In
the city on business.
Mr. O. Dunk Armstrong, of Shiloh,
was in the city Friday.
Mr. Ishniaei Sanders, of Huntington,
?was in the city Saturday.
Mr. Barney Wesson, of Boyd's Mill,
?was In the city Tuesday.
Mr. N. B. Wood, of Mt. Bethel, was
in tlie city last Thursday.
Mr. Wade Nelson, from Laurons,
Route 4, was here Friday.
Mr. O. C. Duncan 01 Laurens Route
1, was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. Hugh S. Wallace, of Shiloh, had
business In the city Friday.
Mr. Edd Milam, of Lisbon, was a
visitor to the city Saturday.
Mr. Guss Milam. of Hollv G rove sec
tion, was in the city Saturday.
Mr. W". D. Boyd, of Goldville, was
ii visitor to the city Tuesday.
Mr. Billy Snow, of the Madden sec
tion, was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. Goo W. Proffltt, of Boyd's cross
roads, was In the city Tuesday.
Mr. \V. Collier Curry, of Gray Court,
was a visitor to the city Friday.
Mr. W. P. 11 ipp. of Bailey's school
district, was in the city Monday.
Mr. J. G. Sullivan visited at his old
home, Tumbling Shoals. Sunday.
Mr. Jay Byrd Bolt, of Tumbling
Shoals, was In the oity Monday.
Mr. Geo. D. Wilson, of Shiloh, was
In the city on business Saturday.
Mr. Frunze Shockley, of Laurens
Route 3, was In the city Monday.
Mr. J. M. Dean, of New Prospect
district, was in the city Saturday.
Mr. Tom B. Brown, of Laurens
Route 3, was in the City Saturday.
Mr. Jim Roper, of Hickory Tavern,
was a Saturday visitor to the city.
Mr. Win. P. Brown. of Laurens
Route 3, was in the city Saturday.
Mr. Jessie Wood, of Harmony sec
tion, was In the city last Thursday.
Mr. John Dagnal, of the Rabun sec
tion, was seen In the city Saturday.
Mr. Pat Cannon, of Laurens Route
4, had business in the city Saturday.
Mr. Miller Brown, of Laurens Route
3, was a visitor in the city Saturday.
Mr. Goo. 11. Brown, of Sagetown,
?was in the city with the boys Saturday
Mr. Henry Y. Boyd, of Laurens
Route 4, was in the city last Thursday.
Mr. Robt. 10. Taylor, of Tumbling
Shoals, was in the city last Thursday.
Mr. Goo. B. Brown, of the New Pros
pect district, was in the city Saturday.
Mr. Geo. W. Rtddlc, of Sagetown,
was in the city Saturday on business.
Mr. Willie Green Puller, from Lau
rens Route 4, was in the city Friday.
Mr. Carl Fuller, of the Trinity
THdiro section was in the City Friday.
Mr. Cullon Pitts, of Hondorsonvlllo
district, was In the city last Thurs
Mr. Moses Madden, of Cold Point,
was a business visitor to the city Tues
Mr. J. W. Fowler, of Laurens Route
4, was In the city on business Satur
Mr. John Q. Brown, of the Little
River section, was In the city Satur
Mr. Win. W. Wasson, of Friendship,
was down here on business last Sat
Mr. J. Rolit. McDanlcl, of Laurens
Route 4, was a visitor to the city Sat
Mr. Albert Garlington, from the Ra
bun section, was a visitor to the city
Mr. Jim Milam of Holly Grove, was
among those that came to the city
Mr. L. T. Hollams, of Goodgion's
Factory, was In the city on business
Mr. Austin Bolter, of the Honder
sonvillo district, was in the oity last
Mr. John W. Butler, of the Hender
sonvlllo district, had business in the
Mr. Win. H. Baldwin, of the Barks
dale community, was trading In the
Mr. J. Frank Ramagc, of Holly
Grove section, was In the city on busi
Mr. Dompsoy Watkins, of Burnt
Factory had business in the city to
look after Tuesday.
Messrs Win. Solomon and C. Bar
nott motored over to Union and spent
the day last Sunday.
Mr. Lewis Proffltt, of the New Pros
pect district, was circulating with the
boys In the city Saturday.
Col and Mrs. H. V. Simpson have
returned home after spending some
time In Virginia and North Carolina.
Mrs. Anna King and Miss Anna
King of Williston, Fla., are hero vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Smith
and other relatives.
Miss Florence Jones, of Lodge, S.
C, has accepted a position with .i.
C. Burns & Co., in the millinery de
partment, and is now engaged in trim
ming hats for the fall season.
Dr. and Mrs. Clifton Jones and
Miss Mary Sullivan motored to Spar
tanburg and returned Sunday by way
of Greenville. Where they were joined
by Miss Carol Horndon, who will vis
it them for a few days.
Mr. Yancy Qilkersoni w'.o has been
living in Florence for the past se\or
al years, has resigned his position
there to return to his old "stand"
with 11. Terry, the popular dry goods
merchant lure. Mr. Gilkorsbn return
ed to Laurens Monday night and took
up his duties Tuesday morning. All
of his old friends are welcoming him
Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Rankin and
daughter. Caroline have returned
from Montreat. where they have been
spending the summer. Mr. Kankin
was indisposed for sometime during
hl? stay !? the mountains, but now
feels considerably strengthed. Sun
day morning h>> preached the first
sermon since his return home and a
In ige congregation was present to
folcome him home again.
Mr. Richard Dunalp, who has 1.n
in an Ashville sanitarium during the
summer months, has returned home
very much Improved in health It will
be remembered that following "an ac
cident at the base ball grounds last
summer when his leg was broken he
did not recover as fast as his physi
cians expected and ho was carried to
Ashville to recuperate. His many
friends are glad to hear of his im
The Laurens Baptist Association
will convene with Warrior Creek
Church on Tuesday Sept. 30th 1913.
A full delegation is expected. Below
will be found the homes to which the
delegates have been assigned:
Beaverdam, Lafayette Sumerel.
Bellvlow, T. B. Riddle.
Bethabara, E. M. Riddle.
Bethany, Charley Green.
Bulah, J. S. Todd.
Chestnut Ridge, Mrs. Millie Burdctte
Clinton, E. C. Owens.
Calvary, F. C. Owens.
Cross Hill. S. M. Garrotte.
DUI*bill Creek, A. R. Owens.
Friendship, 11. l\ Garrotte.
Gray Court, S. 1'. Ball.
Harmony, Mrs. O. T. Fowler.
Highland Home, Brooks Fowler.
Holly Grove, Mrs. Mary Brownlee.
Lanford, .1. \V. Lanford.
LangStOli, J. T. Powers.
Ist Laurens, W. A. Simpson.
2nd Laurens, W. A. Simpson.
Lucas Avenue, Will Martin.
Lydia, Mrs. I da Ycargin.
Mt. Gallagher, Glenn Martin.
Mt. Olive, Mrs. Cora Robertson.
Mt. Pleasant, Walter Ball.
Mountvillc, Mis. Udn Ycargin.
New Prospect, W. I. Burns.
Poplar Springs, Mrs. Cora Robert
Princeton, .1. B. Rhodes.
Uabun Creek, Glenn Martin.
Union, w. D. Garrettc.
Warrior Creek, .1. W. Lanford.
'Waterloo, .1. A. Fowler.
Now Church, Will Martin.
Visitors, Clifton Brownlee.
? RABUN NEWS.
IRabun, Sept. 15.?Mrs. Lizzie Cheek,
after visiting in Piedmont, returned to
her homo Tuesday.
Misses Mae and Allie Babb spent
Wednesday with Misses Pearl and
Corn Medlock of Memo section.
Mr. Sloan Mahon was visiting Mr.
Kniest Hipp of Clinton Saturday night
.Dr. Martin attended the singing con
vention at Falrvlew church Saturday.
Miss Edna Owens spent Saturday
with Miss Lola Hellams of Shiloh sec
Misses Alpha, Vena, and Lola Mar
tin of Eden section spent Sunday with
Misses Mae and Allie Babb.
Mr. John Mahon returned to his
home in Greenville Saturday.
Mr. T. F. Babb attended court at
Laurens last week.
Mrs. Nancy Owens and Mrs. T. F.
Babb spent last Thursday with Mrs.
Emily Woods of Eden section.
As stated in The Advertiser some
wcoks ago. the County Singing Con
vention will be held at Sandy Springs,
six miles northeast of Laurens, n< \t
Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 20 and 21.
Everybody Is cordially invited to come.
It is hoped that each Sunday school
will send delegates.
All those who have a torpid liver,
weak indigestion or constipated how
els, look out for chills. The season is
here and the air is full of disease
germs. The proper thing to do is to
put your liver in good condition ami
purify the stomach and bowels. DP.
M. A. SIMMON'S LIVER MBDrClNE
is the right remedy. It answers the
purpOSO completely. Price 2."c per
pac kage. Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. 1
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Mrs. .1. \v. Duukllu delightfully en
tertained at a vory onjoyablc party at
her home on w. st Main street Friday
afternoon. The house was beautifully
arranged and decorated for the after
noon, presenting a particularly pleas
ing effect. After a number of games
of Forty Two were played, a delicious
salad course was served. Mrs. Dunk
lin was assisted in entertaining by
Mrs. W. L. tit ay. Mrs. W. 10. t'lardy.
Mrs. li. Douglas Gray and Miss Rosa
Miss Nannie .1. Unbb, daughter of
Mrs. Messer Habit, and Win. It. Wyatt.
of F.asley, were quietly married at
the home of the bride's mother on Far
ley Avenue Thursday at high noon.
The wcdtdtlg was a very quiet affair,
only the relatives and a few intimate
friends being present. The ceremony
was performed by Hev. L. P. McOco.
A wedding luncheon was served im
mediately after the marriage an 1 tiled
the happy couple took the afternoon
train for Knoxvlllo, Tonn., and other
points to spend their honeymoon, Mrs.
Wyatt is a young lady of splendid
qualities, being noted for a beautiful
disposition and pleasant manners. Mr.
Wyatt is a prominent business m in
of F.asley, where lie is held in the hlgn
$ CROSS HILL NEWS f '
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'Cross Hill. Sept. 16.?Tito school
hero will begin today with Prof. W. P.
Culbortson in charge, assisted by
Misses Hafner, McDanicl, Miles and
Griflln. Prof. Culbortson is an ex
perienced teaclier and no doubt every
thing will move off nicely under his
leadership. Misses Hafner of Chester,
and MC Daniel of Due West, come to
us highly recommended. Miss Miles
taught here last year and Miss Griflln
has been a teacher several years. The
school will open with a full attend
ance. Hon. It. A. Cooper was ex
pected to make an address. I suppose
the rain kept him from coining. Mr.
H. A. Wharton, Mr. .1. O. Denny and
Prof. Culbortson made timely remarks.
A goodly number of patrons were on
band although it rained incessantly.
Mr. and Mrs. William .lames of At
lanta and Mis.-. Virginia Neville, of
Clinton, visited Misses Kate and An
ne Austin last week. Mrs. James, nee
Miss Mattie Mae Neville, was a teac h
er In tile school here a few years ago
and has many friends here.
Mr. M. A. Lcamnn has sold his home
and lot, also Iiis store, to Mr. Coitwny
[ Dial. Mr. Dial sold the store to Mr.
' Luther Martin.
Mr. .1. <!. Lena of Abbeville is with
his daughter, Mrs. W. E, Griflln, for a
We wore pleased to see that our
townsman, Mr. .1. (). Denny was elect
ed president of the County Sunday
School convention last week. Mr.
Denny is an earnest Sunday school
worker and will make a good record
no doubt. Some years ago this cor
respondent was an active worker In
this cause and at one time was presi
dent of the association and regrets
that on account of physical disabili
ties we no longer can take part in
such work. We were associated in
the work witli such men as Robert
Abbcrcrombio (Brother Bob), C. R.
Wallace, Dr. Anthony Fuller. Rev. .1.
W. Shell, G. W. Shell. C. H. Fiko, Aaron
Cannon, .lames ITudgcns, Jr., I B.
Humbert, Rev. T. B. Cralg and many
others whoso friendship we enjoyed.
Some of these have passed "over the
Miss Anne Austin will leave tomor
row to renew her stuides at the Wo
man's Medical college of Philadelphia.
William Wharton. to the University
of South Carolina. Ella Mao Martin
and Emma Lowe, to Winthrop. Mary
Miller to ChlCOl'a and Mis> Kate Austin
will go before many days to resume
her studies at Dr. Whites Bible Sc hool.
New York. Messrs. II. A. Pinsotl and
R. P. McGowan to the Atlanta Medi
cal college* and Paul ami Guy Martin
to Furman. Larry McGowan will at
County Policeman Lowe and .1. W.
Koono arrested throe negroes Satur
day nigh'. Two had pistols and one
knacks. They will bo tried at an early
\ Moonlight Picnic
The most enjoyable occasion of the
season was a moonlight picnic given
at Tumbling Shoals Saturday evening
by a few of Rnbun and Hondorsonvlllc
communities' young people. After
taking a stroll around the shoals hi
the evening, the young people decided
to have supper and of course it was
very much enjoyed. Messrs. Heek?
of Ware Shoals, Mr. ami Miss Knighl
of Princeton enjoyed tno picnic ulso.
Hope to have another one in the near
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For this Heavy Solid Oak Dining Table,
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.|2 inch toj) and heavy pedestal.
For this beautiful genuine cjuat tcr-sawed
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Call and look through our stock. We are always glad to show
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? WARRIOR CREEK. ?
Warrior Creek, Sept. 15.?Everybody
is looking forward to the association
Which convenes with our church Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday after
the fourth Sunday in September.
Mr. Putnam and (laughter, of Green
ville, spent Wednesday night with Mr.
YV. W. Yeargin and family.
Miss Caroline Fowler has gone to
I Jin ford to take up her studies at the
graded school there.
Mr. Leon Yeargin bit Tuesday for
Spartanburg to resume bis studies at
Mr. Frank Poolc leaves soon for
Miss Mary Poolc is attending the
graded school at Laurcns ibis .ses
Mr. .1. T. Brownlec of Greenville, Mr.
c. A. Jolly of Spartanburg ami Mr.
and Mrs. Mack Hums ami children
were the guest of Mrs. Mary Drownlco
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Entrckin spent last week
in Laurcns with her sister Mrs. A. I;.
Mr. S. .1. Burns and family spent Sal
in-lay night with Mi'. .1. 15. Rhodes and
Mr. Rascom Brownlec is visiting rel
atives In Greenville this week.
Mr. S. -I. Martin of Laurcns spent
Sunday with homfolks.
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I VALUABLE REAL ESTATE ?
I FOR SALE 1
^ (i ft crow oi land iust north of business centre of CM) >>t i.an
rcnsi within corporate limit--, short distance from CM) School prop
erty. One tcmint house ami stuhle, -."? acres In cultivation, bnl
ancft splcndhl original forest oxeeptlonall) tine land suseeptihlo
of development into residence lots. i'ricc \erj reasonable. C. i>.
?w llarksdale, as Kxcctitor,
'A'A acres of hind adjoining that described in iibon1 ad., but nearer p2
to CM) School propcrh ami business portion of CM)., Same char- Qk\
acter of land I.', acres in cullhation, most oi halatoe line original
^ forest. One ft.room tenant house, curriinrf house and hnrn, Well TV
of line ?ater. Tills i- the Unesl propert) in Ihr CM) limits. Price
such u> to make it, as well as the proper!) described in above ad.,
nfc the in--1 investment on I he market. /jk
\|vo residence lol MM! feel front on Chureli Street between I he
residence of V. C. 114' I la Ills and II. ItliikcU*). Tills lot cannot he
duplicated an) where in town at the price.
People who wish bargains in real eslnlo or to Invcsl for prolils
Tjj^ will d<> well I" coiner with mc promptly.
1 C. D. Barksdale |
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