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* JONE'S NEWS. *
Jones, Jan. 18.-We extend a cordial
welcome to Mr. D. Shirley and family
who have Moved Into our midst.
Messrs. Oscar Gunter and Frank
Williams have openedi a meat market
and will appreciate the patronage of
The many friends of 'Mr. J. Wistar
Ware will be very sorry to learn that
he recently passed away in a hospital
Ho was reared here but some years
ago loved to Statham, Ga. 110 was
a generous, large hearted, whole
souled( gentleman and was a great
favorite with, all or Iis acquaintances.
We never had a better friend anad sym.
patihize ilost telderly with his sor-el
bereaved wife and family.
lr. Adger Cobb is having limber
Rawed to build a large farm house.
.1iss Mallory liill has returned
1101110 after an extedlied visit to rel a
tives In Laurens.
)r. W. Townes Jones vIsited
Greenwood Ftriday of last week.
There will soon be a saw mill lo
cated on Dr. W. T. .Jones' place and
those In need of lumber can haul
Mr. Frank Jones has a pair of flue
hounds for sale.
We are indebted to Messrs John
Hloward, WV. L. Tylnes, Marvin 1a-uv,
larney Bell, .1. A. Webb, liarley Crate
John Cul bertson and J. II. Stewart.
for recent kind favors.
The perlodical paIins and mltal de
P res11n from which womeli siffer
Call be averted by taking a little of
DRl. SIMM.\ON'S SQU'AW VINE' WINE'
at the( expected time. It toies tip tit
ysm 0111st-renglhiens the organis in
volved in the trouble, shortents the
pa in fu Il period andt11 prollotes tle
speedy recovery of normal health.
Prileo $1.00 per bottle. Sold by all
*' PRINCETON NEWS. *
Princeton, Jan. 16.-Miss Pearle
McCuen -and Mr. Thomas Freeman
surprised their many friends on last
Sunday afternoon by going to the
home of Pv. R. W. Burts, near Honea
Path, and getting iarrled, Rev. Mr.
Burts performing the ceremony. Mrs.
Freeman is the only daughter of Mrs.
Eliza MeCiten and Is very popu.ar
aliong the young people. Mr. Free
JOIN THIE CRO0WD THIAT L:
S1'l'Zi It's SALE.
The big crowds
our Clearance Sale
be that you were no
nary bargains. The
100 andu 12 1-*2c (ingham,
or's, statlard' branllds, C
Male l ri.e...............
All Sitaad Cal ieins, Ifas
beal. <ilIlity, Clearant'e Ir
25-inh Norfldk Coton ~
(oodHCuatit, C~ealearn 01( rtt
sizes 12-14-16, regular 25e
Clerne it P Pie......
One lot Mfen's Outinug Nigh
50e sellers, nteat stripes, C
reice .... ........ .
One lot E
$4.00, 3.50 and $
EVERtY AlRTICLE IN OUll W
- 0 AN OPP'OIITUNITY.
muan Is a Prosperous young farin.r
of this Place. Both have a large cr
clo of friends, who extend to them
hearty congratulations. Tho futture
plans of lr. and Mrs. Freeman are
not known, but It Is hoped they will
make their home here.
Miss Kiddie Arnold left Alonday for
Williamston, to take up her work.
She has been detained a week on ac
Count of the illness of the principal,
G. C. Welborn.
IRev. and Mrs. J. B. Connelly spent
Thursday in Greenwood.
Miss Alae Ridgeway left Moiday to
take up her work at the Greenville
Wouan's College. * She has been de
tained on account of tIhe seriouls ill
iess of her mother, who is much hn
Alessrs. T. I. FreenmnR and Holiston
Wood sienlt Saturday in lauttrncis.
MIr. S. 1.). Blagwell was at lusinloe;
visitor in Warp Shoals Thursday.
.r. anRd Mis. W. I. Freeinan and
.-mi, ('O stoli, are ,viitinig r'IAtives inl
Mr. Al. II. Traynhamli has moved hi11!
faiIiily herIe from Greenville and li
Is io w engaged in the mercantile
.Nirl. 11. F'. Arnold has coipletv('ted he i
new dwelling alnd has Imoved into ii.
Mr. and At11S. .Jameivs Davis of Ware
Shoals spent, last week-end with rel
Mr. and Alrs. 11. 13. Arnold, Jr., were
vic.itors from Princeton to lonIea
hiwiltifil hair dlo1 s not, .ist happeln
to he So, but is always a m1aI.tter o
care and proper nioriulshimient. of the
hair roots. No matter if your hair is
falling out, stringy, lifeless and full
of dandruff, Parisiani Sage, an Iiex
pensive tonic, sold by all druggists, is
all that ia ever needed. It. iourishes
the hair roots and 'stipli lates the
growth of new hair. Yen (a ndruff
is entiReliv remove( I ole apl ilCa
tion, and Itching sea and falling hair
cease; your hair %I L be bright, vigor.
our, soft and jlu.
Whether youf hair is oily, dry Or
brittle, Parisian Sage immediately re
moves the cause, and by toning up the
scalp quickly restores the hair to its
original brillaincy and vigor.
Parisian Sage can always be had
from Laurens Drug Co., and is a de
lightful and easily applied treatment
that will never fail to act as a real
and lasting benuilt to your hair and
Buy Baby a Side Walk Sulkey. We
are showing a nice line, and the pric
es are very low.
of Bargain Seekers that
and proved to our custor
t among the fortunate er
re are hundreds of other
f..' 4C )e Seler .
to go in this~
I i Ii I valuues to) el
X 1 11 5 c I i'o tS , I) l' P
Shi its inich1 Wic
ictra Shoe Special!
3.00 Ladies Shoes in Br<
swede, Gun Metal and I
I Styles-Odd Sizes $1
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* LISBON NEWS. *
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Lisbon, Jan. 13.--The holidays have
passed, and we have entered u 0pon a
new year, with best wishes and much
success to everybody. We are going
to trust that the European war will
soon end, that the whole world will be
We had our usual Christmas, and
old0 Santa was Very generous tis time
fit many ways, and we are not void
f ou m111n iy appreclat ions to him1, the
giver of the many iflce things lie or
(hey, give 11, we think that lile is
\Nol thk living whenl ourl mlanly friendsi
sen(d 11s greetings in the state ald ot
of the state.
The lar11r1rs are aj. a loss to know
what to dotelld upon right at this
tilie, from the fact they have nt)( got
the (aslI to fllilish the negro all that
he expoets to have. Really the legro
as licen hiavinig thing going to suit
hilln, that Is One reasloni that. the couny
try is il such a shape ald it i.; going
to take years, for the inerchallts es
pecially, to get over it.
Wel predict that this will be one of
the lcheapest Crops inl years, from t!he
faLt tha1t w will lave more 100ood
stil, a11d less money to he PI id for
guan11o an1d high price mules. We licar
a good Inaliy farminers wh'lo run111 a good
many plows say that they vill not use
a ingle vouni1d of tfrtilizer this year .
WeT hope that tle general assemly .)
will 1101. repeal the Cottol acreage law
for tills year., as we know, aflter the
farmners mako etloligh food stiff for a
year', and will be so mn10eh ildepeldent
timan in forimeir years, tihey will not
attim1pt. to plait so much cot.on as
in former yeals.
Mir. .1,ame1s liolmels has re turned10
fromi Washilgton, after a Visit or sev
\Ir,. It. Ii. Pasley an( wife of Spar
tanbirg, spent the holidays with the
former's relatives and many friends.
ile received many congratulations,
with best wishes for both.
rMs. Robt. Milan and children have
returned hiome1 in Greenvilile, after
spending several days with relatives
at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Martin, 'Mrs. Hogan
Walker and children spent last Fri
(lay with Mr. Norwood Martin and fain
Mrs. J. T. A. flallew had for her
guests during the holidays, 'Mrs. R.
1. Watts and Miss Ruby Burns of Co
IG SALE HA
thronged our store durin
rners and to us that the b~
trly-comners; if you didn't
money savers in our sto
UnderI~twear to close~i
..... . . . . 38c
....... . . . 19c
ii. I lose. Thelse 1[lo'e
sei otey, Clear'ane
....... . .... 4
We find after t
we have a few
i igh-grade shoe.
at- leathers to out, $3
.95 $3.50 values at
lunitda. Last Monday evening she
gave a dinner in their honor. Thiogf.
present were .lessrs. Ford Franks,
-Jack MeCravy, J. E. Hicks, Jas. H.
Sullivan and M. B. Wolff, Mrs. R. Bi.
Watts and liss Ruby Burn,1 Af(er
dinner, theso young people inade us
forget the hard times with some of
the finest music we ever had the
pleasure to hear.
J. T. A. Ballow went to Union to see
his people recently.
IMiss E,"lizabeth McLuro spent the
holidays inl Greenwood with her par.
eits. She returnrued last Molay a id
*took up1) her litdties at the Lisbon hhh
school. If the Ipitrons of tle school
will help, t'is younig lady eni accomi
1i1s 1uch inl the.( advanml e nt1v of
thir i dr '. d ca o . Coo! I C 1R- .
lion l awodlu power.
U1nw To Give Quinino To Chilikon.
FInM ILIN Fis (he tr-,i(.111-v rk namte ,,Iven to sn
impltroved Qunutte. It i s a Ta,.le.s syrup. pe t.
nut to take and I-es IAnt Clistih the ta.tneh
Chikiren take it ioni iever know it i.. Q it'
Alse. especialiy nctu pted to adltts who Caiot
take ordiniary QO1inli e. ine'i nt ulnuseate not
cause nervotwneis nor viru:ni' int the head. 'Try
it the nlext timre youk need Q inne for 'ttv pur
pose. Ask for 2-onice .riniuina package. 'hwe
uine FliliILINE is blown in bottle. 25 ccuj.
Fl NA 1 S E'h"I'.11 E.NT.
Taki e notice that on the '23rd day of
.Jahiary, 191.5, I will imtake a 1inali set
ticllent of the estate of Charles 1).
Babb, minor, in the office of the Plro
bate Judge for L au ren s Countny at I I
o'clock A. .l.
Atty personl holdin claims against
sa. Id estale are notifled a11(1 r('eluirted to
presein ti n(Mt o'r beore said dat
dilly provenl, or rw forever barred.
0. G. Thom pson,
Dec. 22, 191 1.-1 mo.
"Tl" PT-TS ,10V IN
SORlE, AmillG FEE
U'se "'Tiz" for fired, 1tnder, swollen,
Swie(il y, cal tloused feet ad Wi rn('0 -
"TIZ ma kes sore, but n g, tir .ed
fet't fairly dance with deligitt. Away
go Ile aies and painls. th corils,
callouses, blisters, bunions and chil
'T,1z" draws out the acids ndItt
poisons that puff il your feet. No
matter how hard You worl;, how long
you dance, how far you \Valk, or how
long you remai-- o yoy .' feet, "TIZ"
brings restful foo epnfort. "TIZ"
is magical, grand, \yqfl erful for tired,
achiing, swollen, siarting feet. Ali!
how comfortable, how happy you feel.
Your feet (itist tingle for joy; shoes
never hurt or seem tight.
Get it 25 cent box of "TIZ" now
fron any dr'ugigst or department
store. End foot torture forever
wear smaller shoes, keep youtr feet
fresh, sweet an dhappy. Just think!
a whole year's foot comfort for only
S PROVED S
g the first three days of <
trgains we are giving in (
get yours, NOW is the tir
ce which we cannot men
st.00 , ail iie t' os i 1111u letal.
nionil anltl I a lin| I'illon, til *tlit i
t$l.1.5 ( atis' Shies, rool stles,
itnl('e Pr'i(e................. ....
sking stock that
pairs of Men's
,, in different 8 to
**0 $195 c
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Rabun, Jan. IS.-We are havingl
much rain these days, aiid the roads
are very rough. Am afraid it will
be some time before the farmers will
do very much work.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens and daughter,
Miss Edna, spent Monday night with
Misses Abercrombie of the E'den CoM
Mlrs. 1. It. lrooks of Gray Court.
s,;olt. Tues(tlay with .\rs. T. IL. lIabb.
.\ilr. and .\rs. C. C. Saxon wore is
ikra of .\lrs. Piceas DOlt or Molil -
.\Mr. Jtuliuis I'abb spot Several T
! W wi .\lw !. Gri. i b o
uu.trr Iksdale I.
liss 1-idna1. O.vwn .4imnlt \wn
M~r. Solomni .\labaffy ofIle
ton, spont Thursd(Liy with .\l,. \\ali ;
Airs.- It. .\. Owenis sptI l ay
-irh irs. Emily \\oods of Elln So(
lessrs W. ). Owens, and If. II.
!alon attended the meetlog at the
F'irst lantistf churclh at Iannren lA
.\Mr. Charliie l1ahb and family ;pe
Wodneosday nivhl \%ith] .\lr. hbe:
1 llllam s nnt1! famtily o:, Ilickory Tav-- 1
'fin see! ion.
Mir, kal\-in \nds.-rson o)f M\ern)
timn spe1nt unlywithl \lr. Tll!!
A M(iss .\lie 1abt0 was hth o k-enn
visitor of \irs. Nany vowent .
ir. Mnri .\ls. lilton Owens of Crt-aY
'1n1d .\rs. .J. W. lleatson.
.\Mrs. J(lwec. Owens ,;s s pendint g
this week inl Fountainl inn wih .\i rs.
Messrs. Lewis and Clyde 'Mahaffey
were right sick last week, but are im
\Mr. and Mrs. Boardle Owens move:]
to their home in Edent community last
Tr. Hi. Tabb, Jr., is sick at this writ
The QuInine That Does Not Affect The Head
Because of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA.
TIVR BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervonssness nor
ringing In head. Remetmber the full nane and
look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c.
ur sale bore testimony I
very line are actual mon
ne. We quote below on!
tion for lack of space.
If il t i n SerI l ii i
$1.59 .rteati '. o-aI
wx ile, last colors, fotr boy
$ 1.29 "iat I" " xal'" special ii
One lot Misses SI
2 Button and Lace $1
learance Price - -
, '0NlilE (
~.N r $$iN
"0ETS.1T", 2 1 ROl'S,
The Onidi Sure Einder o' All Corns.
1t-sperate, ar4 you. over trying to
gel rid of Corls? Quit ilsing old I( ri'
tilas under liew li eiIs, balildages,
windilng-taples and cotton rings that
make a fat little package out of your
too. QAitt puislihing your feet Nify
using toe-eating salve." and ointnillents.
To use klives, liles, scissors and
razors, slicing and backing at I corn,
Tis bi -
I-ooternity uf T T.
oily i 1:k1o ii I w r v r.
IL also b iii o:: o1 t, a Il
blood 'I'll I l v s , w. I . I e
1111 - i i " n4ve l l l . befor il i rn..
Story, i s I T -. "G T i I a Ii
--2 dropsj ()n i (o <hni I the O work.
Pain goo". iheo corn begin<1- to -;r:-vot
M1114 out it comeos! Youl apply ji ill :N\o
,oconds. Nothin-e- !o .ikn : -
n r. n i "Volr fail:.
Try t|N S-I ",t ih on corns ,
w v.- .-'e a hm rI I .-i.
37 M. (Sl l4wren & 4'.~ "4hien 1.
CS New W%. and You'll l'ortl
Lalurens Iwrng Co;. .Ind Ray;Is 1'" ma
1,1111e Se Its 11.!I 1N lI'1 *Z
~Iac~n l~' Aars
hu l I Adp 3w: n DrIluni.
si n I 1 ll Ro. n t : ol1 11 t
Ninth 1 rud ! Li Liae Fly
:oth e nouiv-e.bs of
rugt.Au -f r'H S.CU*! u
yearskn.na. (%t.eA - t may
Sy f By DRoifli-STS F W imag
LU ' ENS DRU' STOl.
Biailey School loor IN-11.
Second Grade. Mattie Lou1 Walker.
Third Grade: .ohn Knight, Charlio
ladden, titva Adair.
Fourth Grade: Maning Ililami.
Fifth Grade: Rlobert Hamilton.
Sevenith Grade: Inez Blakely, Emmla,
Oadden, Dorothy Milamn.
Ninth Grade.: Lois Adair, Floyd
110.L- I N OU'R STOREi- Is