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STEMS FROM OWINGS. *
Owigs, March 24.-.Mr. J. J. Hun
ter has recently moved into .the Bry
son building, where 'he will make his
home in the future.
-Mrs. Martha Herbert of Lanford has
been visiting i'elatives and friends in
Owings for the past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stoddard' were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'Dolfus Owings
'Dr. Aiken, of Laurens, illustrated
Yellowstone national park with mov
ing pictures at the G. C. 0. Institute
last Tuesday night. After all the
scenes had been vividly illustrated,
the ladies of the Rural Improvement
society served refreshments to the
crowd. The house was packed, yet
everyone was comfortable, and all re
tired with a better knowledge of Yel
lowstone park, one of the loveliest
scenes of the United States. The en
tertainment was enjoyed by all, and we
hopd that Dr. Aiken will make it con
venient to visit us again.
Miss Ella Bell Copeland, a -former
teacher of the G. C. O. and who is now
teaching at Fountain Inn, was the
guest of Mrs. C. B. Owings from Fri
day until Sunday afternoo).
Miss Clarette Henry of Donalds, but
who is now tea'ching at Dials, was the
guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Blu
ford Putnam last week.
The people of this place retired last.
Saturday night little dreaming that
mother earth was being clothed with
a beautiful robe of down. But to our
great sorrow the lovely snow was
melted before we were aware.
Several of the ladies in and around
town attended the opening at Gray
Court last Wednesday.
Miss Hunter of Greenville visited
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hunter
sheriff John D. Owings was in town
last Thursday. We are always glad to
have him with us, and hope he will
call more often hereafter, provided it
Is not on business.
Miss Elizabeth Stoddard was the
guest of her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Owings last Monday.
Mrs. J. J. Hunter was delighted to
have Mrs. Dorroh Peden visit her last
The farmers around town are be
ginning to use their farming utensils,
. and they hope to be able to commence
seed-sowing in.the near future. Haul
lag fertilizer is a thing of the past,
but putting it in is the subject now.
Mr. W. S. Power was in town last
MK[S OLD FOLKS [I
Everybody Needs a Spring ~
0Voc sort of all tuekered out, stiff
4ted, achy, lazy, kidneys bother you,
hare backaclhes, get up tired 'in tihe
msorniin Try a few doses of wonder
del ROOT JUICE
mad see what a dif
iernce It makes.
W'ou'll feel all made
.yoi'. You never saw
anything get into \
&ie blood and purify__
it. clean out imp~ur
ities and build upt).
.e whole body like
POT JUICE does.
It atcts upon thle I
h~oloe.systoem-and at I
* se.tlne of the year, (
;then the body is 'I
etogged up with filth "Never MInd, 4
anim~~fpurities of the JIWE Will
* 'winter and all time You Feell
. organs are halt
4l1 P it produces results that arc
-aurl~ rising to most peCople.
hOOT JU ICE strengthens the stomn
adhe, stirs up tile liver, starts the
Ibowels working right and gets time
J Boys C(
M I will give 5 Sacl
,the boy who uses P1
*2 mkesthe most Co
year. Three sacks
two sacks to the thir
Boys, use 10-2-4
Sthe Ware House at
E W. CARL
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Shiloh, March 23.-'pring camre in
all wrapped up in a mantle of snow.
Who would have' tnought that Miss
Spring would have put on a white
Misses Bossy Brown and Marie
Simpson, two of the teachers -here, at
tende'd the teachers association at
Spartanburg, while Miss Mary McKee,
the other teacher, went over to Du(
West to see homefolks.
Mr. Garnell Henderson, whom we
made mention of in our last epistle, as
being hit in one of his eyes by a cotP=
ton bur, lost the eye as a result of the
Mr. L. D. Hellams set a brush pile
on fire the other day and went to
dinner. When lie went back to work,
his stove wood, close by, had been con
Eden, March 23.-A lecture was giv
en at the Eden school house Friday af
ternoon by Prof. C. B. Martin of Fur
man university. It was enjoyed very
much by all those that attended.
Mrs. Mamie Allen was in Eden one
day last week.
Horace Gray spent the latter end of
the week with Lyston Mahon' of Green
Supervisor Humbert has been in this
section recently planning for a new
Irs. Emma Reeves and Miss Sue
Gray spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.
M. W. Gray.
Mrs. W. E. Gray of Gray Court was
the guest of her mother. Mrs. L. R.
YOUR HAIR NEEDS
It Quickly Removes Dandruff
Just because your hair is full of
dandruff, thin, streaky, dull and never
will do up to look pretty, do not de
spair. Beautiful hair, thick, fluffy, lus
trous and absolutely fre from dan
druff is only a matter o care.
Parisian Sage fre ently applied
will work wonder. tst one applica
tion stops itching I ad, removes dan.
druff and all exc sive oil. It goes
right to the hair roots and furnishes
the nourishment needed-the hair be
comes soft, fluffy, abundant and radi
ant with life.
Parisian Sage not only saves the
hair but stimulates it to grow long
and heavy. (let a 50-cent bottle from
the Laurens Drug Co. at once. There
I iii no other "Just-as-good."
SPRY AS YOUNGSTERS
onic, Young and Old. Here's
kidneys busy. You don t have to take
a gallon -of it and wait six months
for -results either-ROOT JUICE
works quick.| It tones up the nerves
and puts new steam,
vim, force and "fire
into you. It's the
- greatest tonic build
er and vitalizer
,for 0)1folks you
~ever/Iheard of. It's
- got to give results
Ior/you get back ev
lef cent it cost you,
have ROOT JUICE~
and they guarantee
it. You take no
-chances when you
irandma, ROOT try it. But be sure
Soon Have to get the real ROOT
lug Fine." JUICE. Don't lot any
try to push seine worthless stuff on
you anid tell you It's just as good,
There's nothing just es good and
you'll say so, too.
ke of 10-2-4 Guano to
anters Fertilizer and
in on one acre this
to the next boy and
I Guano. I keep itin
.Madden, March 23.--lI'n like the
man the calf rail over, this week in
regard to the weather. March 15th
was such an ideal spring day. We all
thought the Rubicon was passed in
regard to winter and in unison with
nature chanted gleefully "Spring is
coming, spring is coming, SWell the
chorus loud and strong!" Bless your
hearts Saturday the 21st, was such
a blue, cold day that when the writer
was duty bound to go to Laurens, the
neighbors enquired of the children
"Has your mammy gone crazy to go
out such a day?" and when we roso
on Sunday morning the ground was
covered with snow. My private opin
ion, publicly expressed is that "ground
hog" has seen his shadow again
On account of the bad weather there
was but a corporals guard out to
preaching Sunday. Bro. Martin was
at his post however. He was the
guest while up this time of Mr. and
Mrs. T. 13. Brown Saturday night niid
S'unday dined with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Mr. .io. A. Madden Is much im
proved since our last writing, his
friends and relatives will be glad to
Mr. H. Lee Madden is also improv
ing and his mother was able to leave
himi and return to he r ome in Green
AMr. T. S. Langston was not able
on account of cold, to attend services
at Prospect.. it is not often that
"Uncle 'Toml's" place i vacant and he
is usually the first man on the grounds.
His friends hope to see him1 out soon.
Miss Genie B. Aiken represented
New Prospect school at the teachers'
meet lug in FSynrtaIlur.
Miss Carrie Langston and Mrs. J.
A. Wofford were among those who at
tended and enjoyed the quarterly meet
ing of the W. M. U. at Laurens Satur
Mis. Luther Finley has been confin
ed to her hed for the past few days but
she is able to be up today.
Mrs. 'Tessie Martin, of Laurens, has
been on a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jno. 'R. Finley. Mrs. Martin
has been quite sick and her friends
are glad she is able to be up again.
The preliminary speaking for Lau1
rens township for the fair, will he held
in the splendid auditorium of Trinity
Ridge. Friday night, the 27th. Mattie
Site Wofford twill represent Prospect.
Miss 10thel iBryson, of Laurens, was
the week-end guest of hor grandmoth
er and attended services at New Pros
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* DIALS. "
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Dials, March 23.-Rev. F. W. Mun
nerlyn filled his regular appointment
here Sunday afternoon.
Miss Cecil Owings t'uicora col
lege was a recent visitor to homefolks.
Mrs. Sallie Long and son of Grteen
vylle, have returned to their home af
ter visiting Mr. M. V. Holder and oth
Miss E. M. Dial and fathler of Ow
lags, spent Tuesday withI Mrs. J. R.
Brownieo and family.
Miss Jewel Curry was the guest
of Miss fless Moore of Enoree last
Miss Ostell WVilis is visiting friends
inl Spartanbui'g this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 'Curry'and chil
dren spent Sunday with Mr. Z. N.
Gray and family.
Miss Nita Hlunter-, of Chicora col
lege, spent tile week-end withl her
Mr. and Mrs. Towvnes Curtry were
the gutests S'unday of thle Misses
Abererombie neal- Rabun.
Miss Eliza Swltz.er, is Oin an extendl
ed visit to hler sister, Mrs. Fate lHen
derson, near Friendship.
There will be pr1eachling here next
Sunday mor-ning at 11 o'clock by the
The ladies of Dials will serve an
oyster and meat supper, also ice cream
in thle school building F'aturday the
28th beginning at 4 o'clock. in the aif-.
ternloonl and continuing on through.
out the eveninlg.
Miss Lizzie Hunter is atteninig the
teachers associationl in Spartanbu)11rg
Miss Clarette H~enry spent the week
end with Aclatives in Owings.
DON'T FORG~ET THE BABIFS!
Children aire imiterestIng in
each stage of t irdevelop
Let pictures keep them as
they are today-pictures full of
unconscious, unaffected grace,
.and the Individuality of the
'Spring Display I
Awaits Your Inspection
EASTER is near at hand, with Fashions
for Spring and Summer. Sombre colors
and heavy weaves of winter must give
away to the novel colorings and designs
which will have full sway during the
Spring and Summer. Now is the time to 0
plan for your Spring apparel needs, and
naturally the first thing that suggests
itself is a visit to this store for an inspec
tion of the various garments that go to
make up the fashionable 1914 toilette.
Fabrics in the latest weaves and colors,
beautiful New Wash oods, stylish Foot
wear and all the nece ry accessories for
a beautiful Spring utfit, all are here
ready for your selection.
A few moments in our store will give you an ac
curate idea of the charming new modes for spring.
Prices, as usual here, are pleasingly moderate.
I H. TERRY F
FREE $7 Pair of Trousers
MEN! Are you paying $25.00 to $35.00 for your Tailor-made Clothes? Why
pay dealers EXORBITANT Prices? When buying direct you eliminate the
Sprofit made and practically have the same identical thing for one-half.
EACH SUIT made to your own individual measure guaranteed absolutely
for Quality, Style, Workmanship and Fit for
* NO MORE $17.50 NO LESS
FREE ~ COUPON! COUPON! COUPON F REE
STrousers In presenting this Coupon you are entitled to a $7.oo pair Trousers
Given of Pants FREE with every suit made to your rn easure on date Gie
only with below "7 onl Gin
Coupon N A ME- - Coupon
S Friday Address ________ ___.__ Friday
4 Saturday Capitol Woolen Mills, Laurens, S. C. L5 3 Saturday
Teabove offer expires after Saturday, March 28th. We give away abso-*
lutelyFREE of Charge a$7.00 Pair of Trousers with each and every Suit
+ madeto your measure on Friday, March 27th and 28th. All orders
mutbe accompanied by above Coupon--none given without same.
+ LARGE LINE OF WOOLENS TO SELECT FROM AND LATEST STYLES +
Capitol Woolen Mills
L BANK OF LAURENS BUILDING
Opposite Post Office. Lauriens, S. C.
I**************00**change for the better. Maude Moore spent Friday night at
CENTERPOINTNEWS. Messrs Judge and Edd Elmioro were the home of Mr. 0. HI. Martin.
business visitors inLaurenis Saturday. Several of the people of this comn
0 0* 0 0* 0 0 0 We are sorry to say Miss Maymne mnunity hope to attendl the Union Meet
Cener 'olt, arc 23-Ths mrn-Miller is in bed with the grippe. lng at Mt. Pleasant next Saturday and
ing is quite different from Siunday Mr. E. E. Moore of the Laurens Sunday.
morning when we awoke to find the Tailoring company, came down yester
ground covered with snow, but hardly (day morning on the early train to If you want quality, you want our
a trace of it can be found as the sun spend the (lay with homnefolks. Shoes. Ciardy & Wilson.
came out so warm and melted it away. Mlr. and Mrs. Bud lRoyd visitedl Mrs.
pOne of Mr. Edd Burts' little children Doyd's father in the Mt. Pleasant sec- JTust In a now line of Lamps, suit
is very low with pneumnonia. We trust tion yesterday. able for churches, halls andl stores.
that the little follow will soon mnakea Misses Winona Chancy, Eva and s. M . & . .. .... ..