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Mr.- D. W. Cochrane,
We are this d
Mr. Clarence E. Bra
this Company under
given above, and, i
your request, are s
rens, check for $20
M. R. T
AFTER FIVE YEARS
%ullihan Hughes Surrenders to Sher.
itY of Spartanutrg County. 1Killed
Neeuro at F~norce.
Sina rta n i a rg, I ) enu ber S.- ulti
Nan Ilutghes, a middle -aged white
'mnt, at 1 gel to have been a fiagitive
ftrom. justice for the past live years,
.returned to Spartanburg Friday night
tnnd surrentded to Sheriff W. .1. White
to stand trial for the murder of a
.3egro, J V. ranklin, which occurred
at I*noree, 'i)ebruary 2:I, I908.
Vhien seen at the county jail to
day liiughes refused to discuss the
case and was. relnctant in telling of
'hais whereahoti .s since the crime was
(contntitted and the tmotive which led
'himt to sur crender. The only informa
1nion divulg ed was that. he c:me di
'i -l hee from \'ernont..
The sto;.', ->f t.:, killing, ats r. :
lectel by a1 resident of Ihnoree, n
abottl ais fIllows:
1 laghes -anda( Fran liin oin tIhe .'tar
noon of th e I ragedy tet al the En0
rlaoe depot tand an old itlaarrel was re
sni-d. It i; sa:d that the n'eero was
Niry o(h0'aoius toward lI lughe.s anid
When I l \lNs entt into w ' store
hew was t"; lown. h}b lera:nklin II is
tw;idl that Ilinghes -pollett a glun and
Jired. the shot t:iing fatal it ert.
It was s:il 11:1. after the shot w as
fired, .\1r. 1-rwin, the Proprietor of thel
aore rlard I' ait Iu h' tk I h
se ._ _ _ _ _
SELLS FOR LE
As you well kno
J. C. Burns & C<
We are located co
I10 Hu. I'.igle Th'iiistli '-aada (ba
for ......... ......... ....
$ i.00) Watches for .........
S$3.b0 -10lglbt. I )y (lock for...
And you will wear tl
J. C. Buri
C. E. Bramlett
General Agent, .
ndard Life Ins. Co.
ate in receipt of
mlett, insured in
the policy number
n accordance with
ending you at Lau
00.00 in settlement
to the Agency Mgr.
ina outside, that lie didn't Want itmh
to die in his store. l'romptly, it is
said, Ilughes lifted the body and took
it to t.he street, where shortly after
life becamue extinct. and llughes Iled.
When the case is called for trial
ther will be bit one 'eye-witness
aside from the defendant. It is said.
The only other witness in tie case
died about. two years ago.
Ilughes Is a son of Albert Iiu glies,
a. well known and prosperouts farm
or of near lnoree, at one t ine a po
licelan in Laurens.
St ouach Troubles I)Isa ppear.
Stomach, liver and kidney troubles,
weak lerves, lame back and fem1( ale
ills disappear when 1ElcLe il itters
are used. Thousands of women wyould
not he without a bottle in their home.
1liza Pool of I)epew. Okla., writes:
"l'lPetric Iitteris raised 'me fiom a bed
of sickness and suflering and has done
lin' a world of good. I wish every suf
f'ing wo man cu! d us t his ei'l cllen t
settledy and find out, as I did, just how
gooid it is." As it has helpel Ihoui.
ands of ethers, it surely will (do the
8atile ltr you. I'very hottler guar
anted, e.00 and $1.00. At all l drug
gists. If. E. l1teiklen & Co.. I'hila
delphia or St. 1Louis.
Y''oul should se ' the bealtif'll Odd
P'iec~es in hland f'ainted China that. wte,
offer. nw shapes, new decorations. on
the line.t iluporta'l china, yet reason
:0ble in jrice.
s. M. & K If. Wilkes & Co.
10.044 N tls 'ards and Iooklets at
IF""lt on's BIook S4tre.
TOO BUSY TO N
w we sell very near
Racket, the store th
There is i
of Dolls, T
mpany Sells the G(
lovember 1912, and
mpletely out of the Hip
te smile that never comes
ais & Comnpany-..6 Red Imon n
GINNING IS HEAVY.
tunningt Ahead of Last Year's Itecord.
12,081,100 Bales (lnned to Dec. 1.
Washington, De'c. 8.-The sixt~h
cotto ginning report of the Census
Bureau for the season issued at 10
o'clock this .nornlug, anuoinced that
12,081,100 bales of cotton, counting
round as half bales, of the growth of
1913 had been ginned prior to D)e
cinber 1I. to which (late during the
past seven years the ginning averaged
83.2 per cent of .the entire crop. Laast
year to I)eceinber I there had been
ginned 11,851,511 bales. or 87.9 per l
cent of the entire crop; In 19I I to that
date, I2,16,807 hales, or 82.1 per cent
and in 1908 to that (late 11,008,661
hales. or 81.1 per cent.
Inclledi in the gin nings were 85,
7h0 round bales, con1imred withi 73,0:10
round bales last year, 87,996 round
bmles In 1911, 101,718S round bales in
1910, and 13I.393 round bales in 1909.
The n11111er of 'ea Island cotton
bales inci(led were 61,516 conp1Icd
with 51,275 hales last year, 87.656 hales
in 11911. 77,591 bales in 1909, and 68,
:196 hales in 1108.
191: .. .... .. .. .. 1.161,137 ....
1912 .... .. .. .. .. 1,011,G89 85.1
1911 ..1.. .. .. .. .. .310,96:3 77.5
1908 ............1,051,550 86.5
1913. .. .. .. .. .. ..:3,571.331 ....
1912 .. .. .. .. .. ..31-1,821 92.9
1911 .. .. .. .. ... .3,717,932 91.3
1918 ............3,193,096 88.0
The next ginning report will 1e
issued Saturday, December 20, at 10
a. Iml. It will show the quantity of ('ot
toll ginned prior to December 1:1.
('a rd of 'tThanks.
E~ditor The Advertiser:
I desire to express IIlrolgh the col
Iulns of your paper ':)y 'infer, appre
ciation to the young ladies of Watts
Mill for a nice pouInling onl W\'ednes
lay night. helore 'T'llaiksgivilng. I
al1so dlesire to thalnk thIe member, of.
lan3(s: .\venu31e l~lhptist c'hurch:l for I
handsome $2:.0nn suit of'elotl's which
w e:s presentedl me on thll sainle date.
.\lay God's richest blessing. in both
sptiritul:ll and n trial things rest up
onI eaell one,
e sicerell (' ly,
G. C. Ilidgepeth.
IKeep the howels active' andi regular,
ifyou would enioy health. Dr. .\1. A.
Silumlons' \'egetuhl' iiVe'r \ledicine is
an excellent 'm1edliine for tLhnt purpose.
It l('v l' disappoints. Ask fo' the till
box with the picture of i)r. M. A. Sim
Monls on the front 1n:111el. lPrice 25e.
Sold by all Druggists.
VRITE UP PRICES
everything and we
at is Making Lauren
10 other house in La
'oys and Xr
>ods. Roll, Let Em
we want to make ti
h-Priced District, 210W
of f and when get home e
ncet Stares...Laurens Sartae
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* RADBUN NEWS.
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dinbun, Dec. 8.-Tho Woman's Un
ion of Laurens association met with
the labun people Saturday. The
weather being so intfavorable, not all
the delegates( were present, but the
good women gave -the ll the privi
lege to meet with then, and R1ev. Mr.
liaggott. li. ,II. Mahon land several
others inade good talks on the pro
gramn. We were glad to have the Ia
dies with us, and111 hope to have them
with its again soon.
Mrs. .lohn Arnstmrong and Mrs.
I iairio I lix of Iaurens, were visiting
inl Ills comnimunity aid attended the
W1oanan's Uinion at Itabun Saturday.
Mirs. 11. II. Mahon an(1 Mr. Sloan
Malon spent several (lays last. weell
in Piedmont visiting relatives and
Mrs. Drayton 31aihaffey of naurens,
w:s the guest of her sister, Mrs. .John
Wolff the lust of the week.
Mrs. 'Fannie Abercrombie, Mr. and
Mrs, lerbert Abercrombie, of lien
(lersonville section, spent Sunday with
.\r. iloardie Owens and family.
Mrs. Pleas loit of Owings was the
visitor of her daughter, Mrs. C. C.
Saxon Sa-turday night.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Thad Moore and chi
idr-en of Madden, were visiting her
-parents. Mr. and Mrs. .laies Roper,
Saturday and Sunday.
h'Ile Friendship teacher, land Tavern
high school teachers, Misses Moore
head, MeCleniey and 'Thomiias, were the
visitors, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter luiadwin's Sunday.
Mrs. Melvina Ahererombie is stay
ing a few (lays w-it- Miss Cliarendia
Abecrombie, of Eden section, who is
.Irs. iizzie Cheek is rigmt sick at
Mir. W. ii. Owens was in Laurens
\Motlay on business.
It is cold weather this morning and
thi peo'ih, are making use of it-kill
11(111W to Ibankrupt the doctors.
.A prominent New York physic'ian'
says. '"If it were not for the thin sIock -
ings and thin soled shoes worn by wo
men the doctors would probably be
btn krupt." When you contract i a cold
do not. wait for it to develop into pneu
mloiia but treat it at once. C'hamber
Iaiin's ('ough Rtemedy is intended espe
(hilly for (toughs and colds, and has
won a wide reputation by its ('itri's
of these diseases. It Is most eflect ua
and is pleasant and sale to take. For
sale by all I)alers.
lIooks make the best gifts. Peltont's;
THIS WEEK. C(
, Dress Goc
r, Gloves an
ell Same Goods for
s Famous for its Bar
urens Like Red Iron
nas Goods l
Roll. Our Sales for
uis December bigger
est Laurens Street. Don
rith the Goods your swee
nhurg. Greenwood, Andersn
JUST TilE THING Fo A
Wonder Hose, 4 Pair in Box, Black and Tan
Guaranteed 4 Months, $1.00 per Box.
Wonder Hose, 4 pair in Box, Black, Tan, Navy
Guaranteed for 4 Months, $1.00 per Box.
. For Children
Wonder Hose, 6 Pair in Box, Black Only, Guaran
teed for 6 Months, $1.50 per Box.
Christmas Boxes For Men
Hose, Tie and Handkerchief to Match. Black,
Tan, Helitrope and Gray. 50, 75,
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50 per Box.
New Lot of Kimonas in all the
Most Popular Colors
Moleskin, Outing Kirponas $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Heavy Messaline, Beautiful Designs, ... $6.50
Chiffon and Net Ruching in White, Cream and
Tinted, 25cts. per yard.
Laurens, S. C.
)ME BUY NOW!
NY'S SELLS FOR LESS
ads, Coat Suits, Long
d Xmas Goods.
Less Money. Come to Red Iron
gain Giving Power.
i4ow Ready for You.
November 1913 were Bigger than
than last December.
't Spend a Red Cent Until You Get to the
TE 21 lbs Graumulatecd Sitgar..... ..$1.00
6 Iikgs. Washing Powder..... ....28c
7 cakes....c...a..-..-.-.-..... .....2e
tLie n childrenwilmleadbHpy
Greenville, S. C., and Charlotte, N. C.