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8 Local apd Personal Mention.
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Mr. and Mrs. L. Dunk Curry wei
Olopping in. the city yesteroay.
Miss Mainlo Moore of Yorkville
here on a visit to her brother.
Miss Annie Gilkerson spent Mondi
VitIernoon in Clinton, with relatives
Capt. W. N. Dyesr ' spent Mondi
right in Greenwood.
Miss Nell Payne opent the week-i
in the city with homturolks.
Mr. Hilraf P. Durdette, of Lianifor
was in the city on business yesterda
.1. N. Leak, Mayor of Gray Cout
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss Marlo Philpot spent Sund:
and Monday at lionie with her par'nt
Mrs. W. 1). Copeland and Mrs. J.
McFaddin1 of Clinton, were visito/s
Mr. 0. 13. Simmo'is was a visitor
Greenwood. Mondav afternoon 'ai
Congressmanl Jos. T. Johison li
been spending several days Ii the el
Mir. .1. T. A. Ballow passed hirou.
the city yesterday on his way to C
lumlbia to attend the state fair.
Mr. J. M. Ma'hews, of MoNiintv
was a busi.9 Visitor here yesterdal
Mr. and .irs. 11.. 11. SIm on.
Spartanlbur-g, wvere thle guiests. at" ti
hoie ( f .i . N. Wright Friday.
Ni ss MarIe Philpot, who is atten
!Ng Winthrop college. Is at hoie wi
bor parents 6'r a few( days.
Miss Eilliy McCrpdy of Charlesto
is the guest of Mr. and Nirs. W.
Mr. J. W. McKie has returned to t0
city after spending several days
James If. Sullivan County Superl
tendent of Education, Is among tho
attending file State Fair.
Capt. I. A. Web$ of G reeniwoo
was a business visitor in Lairei
..Mr. and Mrs. C. 1. Parker and li
girl returned Sunday to llenderso
ville after vIsiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
Rilhey, S'r., for sonie time.
Mrs. P. W. Devore. of Greenwoc
is very slek at the home of her pa
ents, Mr. And Mrs. Oxner, near lDark
Dr. W. P. Turner, of Greenwoo
passed through the city Sunday on I
way to Biarksdale Station on profe
"Uncle Tack" Dendy, who has bei
confined to the hospital for sever
weeks is again able to 1be on ti
"Uncle Jack" Glenn, assistant to t]
sheriff at the county jail. has been it
well for several weeks but is nc
Mrs. J. J. Pluss is spending ti
week with friends and relatives
Greenwood and will attend the Pie
Miss WVII Lou Gray is attending ti
state fair in Columbia this week. S'
has in charge the Laurenis school e
-Miss Jayne Garlington wIll ,be
the State Fair in Columbia this wet
handling the Laurens County Tomna
Mrs. IL. R. Blrooks and Misses lEth
Willis and Claudia'Gray, of Ga
Court, were visitors. in the city Mo:
Miss Mary Barkeale has returns
to Winthrop College after spendih
HIe its slo~rto sell Kelaogg's Tast
less at fIrst. Hie said 25ic per 3-os bei
tle wasl~ topo mtuch. So we made i
price Iae. Nowy almost ever'y Uruggl
recommiends, and~ sells quan titles
NOW 15c FOR 3.,0Z. BOTTLI
USE!) TO BE 25SC
Colats inoimor t hani the 01(1 "To1
1tuross-to-Take"l - 'kind, and le
thani the aromaitft ie, 0or flatvored kii
-3 ozy. b)ottle nOW 15e insteadl
25e-for'mer 50c bottle (7.oz.) n(
Get it at Your Druggist
he week dCwith her~pairents~ Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Barksdale, a few miles
from the city.
8 Anliouncement of the marriage in
SCharolston last Saturday of Miss Wil
lie Marshall Brown to Dr. Joseph
e Smith Rhanie is of interbet here where
the bride visited some years ago.
Is Mr. Arthur Putnaim. of Barksdale,
is doing relief work in the Post olflice
Ly fur several days, taking the place of
Mr. Den Sullivan who left some time
Ly ago to teach school in the lower part
of the state.
d Mir. J. T. Armstrong, of Gray Court,
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. Arm strong Is one of the county's
'corn farmers" who doesn't have to
solid his money west for things which
ought to be grown at home.
Mr. Earle Cain, who now holds a re
spolsiblo position with a large wliole
sale jewelry house in Chicago, has
. been visiting his mother, irs. Itosa 1.
" Caine, for some time. Ie will retuiin
to hIs work in a few days.
n Rev. C. F. Rankin, who has been in
'd an Atlanta hospital for several weeks,
is reported to be imi proving Steadily
Is and regaining much lost strength.I ie
ty will probably retirn home te li Iatter
part of this week or next week.
h Il'. 11. r. Laigston, one ot hiie
clerks at the store of .1. 11. Sullivan.
has been si(k for several days. S.t
i urday and Sunday le was not well, bItt
(',te to woin loinday agaInst. the ud
vlee or his firends. Wlwlking
througii tle corriior of i e otti
house MIoiday m IIoining he Sud deIIly
becaime ve'y sIek an(d lad to he ear
Sied to thei lerk of courtil ' oillee
wee he was atteided hy lils pifysi
I'iani. Ile was later c arried to lis
boardin g place where lie has reiied
I. plending complete recovery.
See J.tWarren Kerrigan
at The Idle Hour Thursday
it- in "His Father's Son." Mag
00WN COES OFF AS
Is EASY AS YOU PLEASE!
-"COts-I." Itclug Used by 31illions!
e ' It Is the first time that a real, sure
as fate Coril cure 'ias ever been dis
covered. "GET-1IT" is tle new corn
-. nder based on aa -enItirely new pin
Find th3 Lady Who Uaes the World's Createst
i- ciple. It Is a new, different fornula,
jv never successfully imitated, It makes
corns shrivel and then vanish. Two
drops do the work. You don't bundle
ie i) your toe any more with sticky
In tape and plasters that press down on
_the poor corn-no more flesh-eating
-salves that don't "stay put," no more
hacking at cor'ns wvith knives or i'az
~e at's, no more bleedling or dlanger' of
1)10blooloio. No more lImping around
fat' days wIth sore corns, no more
"GETS-IT" is now the biggest sell
at ing corn cur'0 in the world. Use it on
k an hat'd or soft corn, wart, callus
obunion. Tonight's the night.
to "GETY1S-IT" is sold by druggist9 ev
er'ywhere, 25 cents a bottle, or seat
direct by E. Lawrence & Co.,-Chicago.
i "ETrS-IT" Is sold in Laurens by
y Laurens Dr'ug Co. and Ray's Phar'm
Every woman visiting our store next
ad week will be allowed to purchase a
ug This size pan regularly sells for 35 to D
.50 cents. You don't have to purchase at
... anything else to get one of these-. d
-* L ANFORD NEWS, * C<
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Lanford, Oct. 26.-The farm work t
has heen greatly hindered by so much
A grey deal of-grain is being sowed
Miss lhobin Patterson spient severa: I
day's in Lajurens last week.
Mi's. M. A. Moss, of Knoxville, Tenn.5
and Mrs. TV. E., Houston, of Car'rollton,
G'a., spent last week here with thieir
'I- sister; Mrs. J. Vf. Lanford. . NM
Ie Mi'. J. C. Coopei' and Mirs. C. F. <l
S(ainp were the guests of Mt's. .T. W.
Laniford Satui'day nIght and Sunday.
Miss Carrie Lou Higgins vIsited ini
Laurens regently, t
) Miss Mary Bloho spent the week-end ~
with 'her mother at Cross Anchor. I
Mrs. W. E'. Thiofnas and children Ci
have returned to their home after ma a]
Iweek's stay withi her' parents here, il
Mr. and Mi's. 1E. HI. Moore.
Mrs. Liza Halcomib and Mr'. Lewvis i,
hialcoml; spent several (lays her'e last It
week with Mr. W. IT. Di'ummond's 7'
~'Mr. 3. R. Pattirson is in GreenvIlle b,
SthIs week as a juror to the U. 5,..cour't i
1 Miss Alpha Martin Is the guest of 'S
Mrs. 3. RI. Patterson tis week. *
V Mr's. Lena Moore spent seferal days ft
last week in Laurens. d1
pIev. W. M. Owings was in town ti
$ Monday on business, - a
During. Week of
You can have one of these new Ho
and pay the balance of the low cas
vided you enroll before our limited
Advertised in Leading Magazines
NEW HOOSIER CABINET
40 Labor-Saving Features
17 Entirely New
This is the cabinet which contains
Mrs. Frederick's Food Guide, answering
the eternal question, "What shall I cook
for dinner?" It has. the remarkable shak
er flour sifter which cannot wear out.
This is the cabinet which reached a
sale of over $1,000,000 immediately af
ter it was placed before American wo
men. The Hoosier factory has never
caught up with orders since this new
The opportunity to own it on the
Hoosier dollar plan is one you should
seize at once. Other women are making
up their minds now and the sale is
Sale Opens Monday, Nov. 2nd
I. N. &E H. WI
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Waldrep, Mrs. W.********** *******
Patterson and Mr. R. J. Patterson
tended the fair at Laurens last Tues- IDPITNWS *
Mrs. J. W. Lantosd and Mirs. J. D. Cl on, c.2..--nac~to
oley were in Laurens Tuesday ? uhrifres~bhn
Miss Fannio Harmon is spendingneral0)1adgtee.
o week in Lauroiis.MrCltoMadnofSrtn
Mrs. J. D. Johnson psent the week- ugisiitnhofokfoafe
'd in S'partanburg. cas
There wvill be a play at the school M' n r.fuu Vleo rs
>use Friday night-"Att Dinal' 11, pn una vthM.Wl
tilting Party". Admiqsion wil be Wle' a~y
and 10 cents. The public is invited. Mss'.G .Pttan Th as u
.Join the Hloosier' Club Sale, starts wt h atrsprns
oniday, Nov. 2nd, and closes Satur-'ihemnfrndofM.adM'.
Ly, Nov. 7th. Jh er yptiewt hmi
E.\LTHKY HAIR SOFT, 10tct o hi iteduhc'ls
FLUFFY ANID RA DlA NTwek
hleautiful hair (lees nlot just happenM. nrDncnlaoavito
be so, but is alwvays a matter of vel(as'(trlnattehm
treC and proper nour'ishment of the
tir roots. No matter if your hair is (aM.J ..aena lnsil
iling out, stringy, lifeless and full ofIst vek
indru'tff, Parisian S'age, an iniexpen- Scol~'lopn on y at t
ve tonic, sold-by all druggists, Is all llaa ih M.~ liel~
ant is ever needled. It. nonishes ti'e Iul'J
tir roots and sIimiulates the giowi sth ahe'
'itle Paisan a nunditel im- ~so grain. Quinin coo Chlvery
0~'Cs thearaaseoapby toilinghereth
'I inl brlliany an vigo, iurge iniiin. homaeolks for paefew
Mr.' tkand r s o diRufus thle o Cos
Paris nn Sae can lwaysho 11a shpden tk t Sundaye wit Mr. Quine
Mesir.neo. Dtts nahomas Dn
3l~httilan 9ail aplid :'etmntcanusent Sanauranig hea d. unda
'a ilnvrri oata 'a Tthe n frieuneds for any pus.
Mrs. Asknry 'ouncan mad pak v sito
idlsigbnftt orhi n mPleasantith Mr White. Puceta.
>sier Cabinets delived to your home
i price in weekly dues of $1 --pro
allotment is taken.
HOOSIER $1 PLAN
1. You may choose any of the new Hoosiers
-"White Beauty," or "Oak Interior" at
slightly less price.
2. $1 puts your Hoosier in your home at once.
$1 weekly quickly pays for it.
3. The low cash price fixed by the factory
prevails strictly-no extra tees.
4. This sale is under the direct supervision of
the Hoosier Company.
5. The sale is strictly limited to our small
allotment of new Hoosiers.
6. Your money back if you are not delighted
with your Hoosier.
The Woman Who Owns a Hoosier
Saves Millions of Steps
You can see for yourself that with
.your whole kitchen at your finger' ends
you can sit down at work in front of
this new Hoosier and do your work in
less time. Your walking is reduced to
almost nothing. The Hoosier cuts the
cords that binds you to your kitchen.
Take this opportunity---enroll tomorrow.
We place on sale Monday,'
November 2d., a limited number of
Pure Aluminum Sauce Pans, to women
only. Full Quart size.
Aluminum Pans of this size sell regu
larly from 35c to 50c.
You do not need to buy anything
else to get one of these pans, but you
must come early for these won't last
and Closes Saturday, Nov. 7th.
ikes & CompanyI
e* * ** * ***** **.** * in the leg. It is claimed the shooting
* Rs IIILL NEWS. * " as atccidental. We railed to get any
names enivole in the trouble but un
* * . . . * * . . * . * * * * e d4arstandl that one arrest has been
Cross Hill, Oct. 2t.-One of the made. .
largest hogs we have heard of this Mris. .Tames Koon has been right
season is a pig 10 months old1, measur.. riek for a fcw days.
lng four feet and eight inches from
ears to tail, well proportionled with * *** . . . *.4 *4 ,.
a1n estimated weight of more than :i00
Thuis por'ker belongs to Mir. Tom Cole, *' .ASN('lAi.'lON NOTrES. *
a farmer near Iliarris Springs. Ths * Hy G. ('. hiedgepeth, .issoelational *'
hidicates that Mr. Cole lIas the corn * Secretary. *
also, and .if. so, there will be hog and *
hominyathis house. * H
Invitations have been received to TPhe following ministers have work
the .ma rriage ofMs-rn iie in the Laurens Baptist Association,
of Chester to' Mr. L~rry D)illard of namely, HI. L. liaggott, W. D).'L. Blald
Cliinton Wednesday, Nov. 4ith. Miss win, JT. D. Hlowen, J1. A. Uiock, J1. 1P.
I lafner' was one of the Ciross 11111 Coleman, IB. 1). Davenport, E. A. Fuul
teachers last session and has many Ier, G. C. Hledgepeth, tl. B. .Jor'dan, hR.
frIends lhere who wish her a long G. Lee, M. L. Lawson ,E. M. Lighut
and hapipy lifek. foot. J.A. Mar'tin, Guy Martin, F. 1I.
MIr. Geo. M . I Iannah attended the Rains, WV. P. Smith, C'. W. Smithi, .
United States court at Gl'renville last Mf. Trogdon, WV. HT. Waters, W. S. Wal
week as a grand ju ror. Mr'. Ihainnah is rter's and Ri. JT. Willlanms. Eleven of
a man of experienuce and 111pr ii ~neas these pastors live in this Associatlion,
and~ was well rqual ifled for' sn Iui diy one in Newhierry, 0one ini Saluda(1, two
R1ev. J1. T1. MuIler of the.~ Aethod it in Spartannhurg anud six ini thie ( ireen
dinuirch ananon need lherie Sn lnday m orni- vi lle Association.
lng t hat. Quar'tet ly C'oinferenee will The average salary paid( the pa stois
envenle at the Met hodisi chinrchi Wi'd- rof thuis Association is $2 17.18 pcir
inesday 0 th11.4 week. ' luitr'h.
Mlisses M~ariy Mar'tini and Emma iipp Trho average hu rhemb ernishi p is
of thlo Mountville school spent last 116.
week 0end with fii.nds here - TPhe thirty-four churches In this As
Dr. G. F. Klugh has been right sIch sociation r'epor'ted for all objects the
for aeveiral days. paist year' the sum total of $3l2,323.75.
A little scrap occurried among the Tiwelve chur'eehs reported no hap.
colored folks a week ago a few milles tiem1s while Clinton,, Friendship and
from town in which one man was shot Fiirst Laurens reported 47 baptisms.