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? MOUNT OLIVE. ?
Mt. Olive, Oct. t3.?Our farmeis nie
real busy gathering tehir ciops and
sowing small grain.
Dr. and Mrs. J. ). Marti:) spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. 13. Bo
Mr. W. E. Washington re I rued to
Salisburg. N. C. Sunday after spend
Ing several days at home.
Mr. Osgood Martin and family spent
Sunday with Mr. Ceo. Culbertson.
Mrs. .1. W. Washington of Helton,
and Bon. Mr. Jones Washington, of
Pelzer, visited relatives here last
Miss Bessie Cooper was accident ly
shot, at the home of her father. Mr.
\\. \j. 'Cooper Saturday afternoon, it
seems that Jim Culbertson, a neigh
bor's boy. who had come to go hunt
ing with Miss Cooper's brother, laid
hi- gun on the porch of an outhouse
and as he did so it was aecldently dis
charged, part of the load taking ef
fect in her face and shoulder. She
was sitting near a door in their resi
dence several yards away. Though
she is very painfully injured it i^
hoped that she will soon recover.
Same hals for less money at J. C.
Burns & Co. Everybody knows it.
Watts Mills, Oct. 13.?Your corres
pondent together with the Watts Mill
choir had the pleasure of attending
the singing which was held at the Sec
ond Laurens Baptist church Sunday.
It was enjoyed very much by all who
We were very glad to see your old
correspondent at Watts Mill last week
He had returned for the purpose of
moving Iiis family to Greenville.
On last Saturday night the good
people of Watts mill gave their pas
tor. Rev. (J. <". Hedgepeth, a nice
Mr. .). W. Word and family visited
Mr. ('. E. Nord near Laurens mill
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. it. 11. Donaldson, who lias been
suffering for a long while from a
very sore foot, is well again.
Mr. .1. M. Moore and family visited
at the home of (1. E. Moore Saturday
Mr. EppS, win) has been time keep
er here for a noniber of years, has
resigned his position and moved to
Mr. John Heaton and Wife are hap
py parents this morning of a girl.
Whereas. It has pleased our Heav
enly Father in His Infinite wisdom to
remove from our midst our beloved
brother and co-worker. Brother W. I?.
Ferguson, we the members of Camp
bell Ixnlgo No. 44 offer the following
First. That in the death of our de
parted brother our lodge has lost S
useful'and efficient member and one
who will be greatly missed among us
Second, That we bow in humble sub
mission to our Heavenly Father, who
doeth all things well. That we ac
cept this stroke of his hand as an
admonition to be ready when He
comes and to submit ourselves al
ways to Him.
Third That we extend to the fami
ly our sincere sympathy in their be
reavement and pray God may sustain
them in this corrow.
Fourtli, That these resolutions be
inscribed to his memory in the minute
book of the lodge and copies he sent
to tin* family and to the town papers
It. P. Adalr,
Dr. \\\ A. Shands.
.1. T. Robert son.
Clinton, Oct. 13. 1913. Committee.
OlMK WARDENS TO MEET.
To Hold Session during the State Fair
at Col unit da, Vttoruot (.eneral
Peoples to S)H'ak.
Columbia. Oct. 13.??According to an
announcement tuado front the Chief
Game Warden's office, Mr. A. A. Rich
' ardson is making plans for a moettng
; of the game wantons of the State on
: Thursday of Fair Week in Columbia.
! in the auditorium at the fair grounds.
Hon. Hon F. Taylor. secretary of tho
; Audubon society, will speak on that
occasion and Attorney General Peoples I
[win speak on the legal side of tho
i game laws of the State. Thoro are sev
eral other speakers of State wide
| prominence invited ami will probably j
I intake an address at the meeting which
is to start at 10 o'clock on the morn
ins of the 30th. This will be the 1st
annual meeting of this kind and Chief
Came Warden Richardson hopes this
mooting will have the effect of better
Interpretation and enforcement of tho
game laws, and that his 63 name war
dens will after conferring with one
another be better lilted for attending
to their duties on a higher and better
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standnrd general ?trenutheuing tonic
OKOVB'8 TASTK1.KSS chill TONIC, drlvea
Malaria and build* no the ayatem. A true torn,
mid aure Appellier. l;o> adulta and children, SOc
FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY
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Here's what we're aiming at?to sell clothes that fit and
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becomes a friend?to sell clothes on a smaller margin of
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In a word?to build up a reputation in the present that
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One suit which is most becoming to
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$10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00
$20.00, $22.50, $25.00
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others don't. We manage to
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have made good.
Lion Collars 2 for 25cts.
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for another. If you haven't, don't fail to wear your first without delay. As for
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LAURENS, S. C.
LAURENS, S. C.