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-411 pattemrs 67o5-6685. Two M t w e
tcw new septomber deaifna. Styles. ; i i,r !" l'any @t- r at
Laurens, S. C.
Real Estate Bargains
D. H. Count's dwelling, situate on West
%- Main St., Laurens, S. C., on lot of four and
a xc xxvune piace or mrs. kinna %,. VV est;
near Poplar Springs Church, consisting of +
200 acres of well improved land, good *
dwelling and outhouses, on easy terms.
Some desirable farms, well improved,
near Laurens, at reasonable prices and on
> easy terms.
46 acres of highly improved land,
: good buildings, in town of Princeton.
120 acres, one mile of Princeton, with
Laurens Trust Coripany i
J. S. Machen, Sec'y.-Treas.
IF I ONLY
9 IN THE
42 6 t'
QUIT THAT "GET RICH QUICK"
"Last year I had some money saved up" he said,
t"and IF I had kept it in the Bank and left it there it
would be there NOW, with more added to it. But a c
stranger came along with an enticing looking scheme
and I bit. If I had had any sense I would have asked
my BANKER about these 'good things' before I in- t
vested and LOST my money.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
B. DIAL, Pres. C. H. ROPER, Cashier
s ew. ee e eeeee
MADDEN NEWS. *
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Madden, Aug. 30.-Mrs. Bess Wright,
ie of the most lovable of women, and
or brother, Walker Martin of Lexing
an, N. C., have returned home. They
rere here for the funeral of their
randmother, %Irs. Allison.
Miss Julia Cunningham of Alount
tile, spent the week-end with her
ousins, Misses Kate and Azile Wof
Aliss Nellie Bolt of Anderson, was
tie charming guest of her sister, Mrs.
Dennis Culbertson last week. She
's quite popular with the younger set
nd her many friends regret that her
Isit has come to a close.
liss Alaggie Lou Niartin of Laurens
pent the week with her grand-par
nls, Nlr. and Airs. .ohn It. Finley.
liss Louise Dean charmingly enter
lined her friends on Saturday night
'Ith a lawn party. About thirty-five
uests were present and ill report a
Cry enjoyable time.
Mirs. I-mma Mlonroe and Mrs. Anne
Oickard, who so faithfully watched
t the bedside of their cousin, Mrs.
.lisoni, returned home Wednesday
fter the funeral.
The Ilome Coming (lay at Prospect
'as a pronounced success. 'I'hose who
)ved Ihe old church In by-gone days
me back to mi ngle with ius agailn,
> swali experiences, and to talk of
lose who had already taken the
turney to the far away country and
-ere resting just across the way. 'Cir
uistances so shaped Iliinselves that
Ir former beloved pastor, tle Rev.
1). Pitts was preven ted from speak
ig to us. so file order of exercises
'as and the Ion. R. A.
ooper of Lairens, made his address
i the morning instead of in the af
1rnoon as had been planned. IIls
Ilk on Ohn Blible proved to he both
mely and interesting, and tle close
tintiol of the crowd pi'ovel inl itself
s apprecla lion.
"I'nele Tom" true to his promise
ang his solo itiu1ch to ile enjoyment
l' we who kilow and love Iil best. It.
to be hoied that this ocension will
e iade a permanent onie, so that all
f "our folks" may have one dlay to
ome back to Prospect to talk of Auld
,a ng Syne and to leach the younger
eneration the old churchi's traditions
n1d its hopes for the future.
.\ladden, Aug. NI.-- .\ 's. .. T. Alli
on whose serious sickness was noted
a last, weeks A(veitiser, diedli at. ler
(mle at. .laddell at. !) o'clock 'I'uesday
iorning, after lingeriing nine days, ai
lost unconscious. .\li's. Allison wa*.is
he oldest ciil(i of ililugi and Iletsy
dlison Cuinniinghiai. She has only
n rimaiing sister, .\rs. .\ollie
('agile, who1 has the deelmst sytil
athy of the cntire coliniiity. The
evo lion ofl these Iwo sisters, tle last
r. a large family, was beauifuiilt to bo
nldi. \rs. .\ Illison hal six brolthters
uda husband in theii late wair, two otf
cr birothier dlying (liling thbe war,
olin II. Cunnitinghiaim, illled In the
aday's tlight at Gebttysburig, and1(
iSu'pr IL, diledI of typhiloidl fever In st
tuchiaand hospital. li(er huisiaind,
asper' A. Al\ lison, a not ed rur ial school
'a('her' in his day, also dlied diiiing
lie wair of' tever at. Adams hluni. I s
'as thme lirst body interred in the
r'Ospiect ('emetery13 at New 1l'rospectl,
yearis lateri his widlow was placed
Ilhi' lastorl, 1lev. .lodie .\ai'lin, niot
('ing ('iablledi to get hiere, .\r. ('. It.
p1ropria t P words ('ondutid lwi fu n
rl~u (xerises4 at New' l'i'osp'et lflurh'(l.
Icr (lchilren all 4reedI 1( lher' to theo
inl(p~V(e sorily for' hie lossu of
fr'ied andi~ ('(un1sellor. Ie i 've
C Grelenville, Larry .\ariin of! Spai'
'.iihurg, \\'a lker' .Martin of' LexIituiton,
. '., itoh ('op.lamnd oif 'linton, and( a
(phe'~, Shuaw ('unninghamn acted as
ail Ili i'dr's.
\lirs. All Isotn was a remarikablie wo
onl in mianiy lespeets. 'Thuighi 82
('ar ol (id yet hei' ha rI. sh' kepit
ong and all the young, as w('ll as
id1, weldt sorely when the stately old1
iuly, knowvn andl loved as "'Auitt M\ag''
"as calledl home.
Protests Attainst ('tlomtel.
You have not i('cd the disagreeable
fects ofii calomnd, that11 sickeninog nal
u'n that is chianthrist Ic. Tihe rc is
0 rea1soni fot' leai g tip y'ouir system
isuch a (ItlasI ii annet'.
iLIv-Ver-Laix, I a wonider'ful vege.
TIbl comnpound, . iijustas usefitl as
ailomtel for toning imp yourt liver and
idding your.' syst .mi of stagnating
0150ons, andt it dctr i not make you feel
adlyv lIke clnlme1- It is pleasant to
ikei withI no0 iy eaiJ'satl after effects.
*e('p it In you r houte rot' healthb's sake.
i'f . - 4'r--Lax is not1 ('tilrely sat Is
letory, youri money will lbe returnemd
'Itu 11) lutq iest ion. The oiginal Ihears
li Iikeness of I,. K. Oigsby. For'
rtie at r,(t ando $1 by JLaurtens J)rmg
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* JONES NEWS. *
.Jones, Aug. 30.--We are very grate
ful to our friends for their liberal 11A
tronage of the lee cream festval and
cake walk. There was a large at
tendance and all enjoyed the delight
Rev. Copeland, of Brewerton, gave
us a forceful scrdon at his last ap
Messrs Herbert, Tucker and Bobbet
have purchased Ford cars.
Messrs J. F. Wideman, S. 11. Mc
ice, Baker, Siced, Summer and Dr.
Neil of Greenwood, Samuel McCuen,
or Abbeville, Ed. Dolt of Laurens, Eu
gene Martin, of Donalds and W. A.
McCord of 'Spartanburg, were recently
in our midst.
The friends of Dr. 13arney Snith,,of
Dillon, who was reared at Browerton,
vIll be pleased to learn that he is
meeting with great success as a spe
cialist of pellagra.
Mrs. G. 1B. Riley had a severe stroke
of paralysis on the 2-ith, and Is i4 a
very critical condition. All of our peo
ple profoundly sympathize with the
family and cherish the hope that ahe
may survive the attack.
lrs. David 'Major of Coronaca, visit
Vd her parents, lion. and Mrs. .1. F.
M1rs. Frank Bluzhardt visited her son
in Athens, Ga., recently.
Ware Shoals and Abbeville crossed
hats Saturday afternoon. Result of
game 6 to 1 in favor of Ware Shoals.
Mrs. (. W. Jenkins and sons, Wil
liam and Walter of Columbia are visit
ing her parents, Dr. and Mrs. .. T.
IProf. C. A. Fellers, of Columbia, a
fornter teacher of the .lones high
school, delivered a splendid Sunday
school address here yesterday. Prof.
Fellers is held in high estecem by our
eoplew and we are always delighted
Io have him with us.
Surely, it is unnecessary to appeal
to the good people of Greenwood
collily to tirni out on the l-ith of Sep
ternmber and vote for prohibit ion. In
teipelrance is a fearful curse and I
hope file State will go overwhelming
ly for prohillbition.
New (Ginnery-l have openedl up an
entirely new short staple ginnin g out
fit in thei' Watts Mills ginniery and svill
appreciate the patroilge /of the ith
lie. Will begin operatio1 about l
tolmber 10th. lIring mo your cotlhi.
It. COKE GRAY.
You should see file beau ti ful line
of Center Tables we are now showing.
S. M. & E. H-. Wilkes & Co.
* TYLRlSVI LLE NEWlS. *
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Tylersville, Aug. 30.--Alev. .1. K. I 101
ii11,n1 delivered a very deep and iiter
csling Sermon at Sandy Springs Sunl
i s (i'ace Poole visited r latives
.\l r. and .\lris. Grace D~onntani anid
\aiyo shevi lie, N. C., areo visit ing
re1ltive an td friends ar ound~ hieret.
.\li ss Fani e IPoole andl br'other,
.ioshuna Cr iaig, splen t Sattu rday in C'ross
.\i i. I iugh Donnon of Clintiion, visit
ed re(latlives in tiis nelghuborhood a
few (lays laist wecek.
.\ur. W. P. Patterson of banford v'is
ite'd .\ir. an 11( Mrs. TI. P'. Poole andh
family last week.
.\ls. Mlt ie Clarkil and1( daughter',
31 ss I l a spent11 last We dnesd5(ay w ithu
3iri. andl .\is. F. b. Coperi near Ora.
.\ur. I lOyd I obot -slent last We~dnes
day with .\iiv. .ioshua ('. P'oole.
anid taily, last w(eek.
i'l. .lamiie Doninan of Lazuirens w-as
a guest iln the neighbtorhloodi last week.
"TAXY" I IC8l I N .\Ct IIENT,'
Pa infull y btit. not Seriously I n iiured in
.tutomobi~i~e .\eelldnt in Spar'tanhiurg
Elect ion N ight,,
P'ierlce Irb'hy. known by~ ali his
tfrienids as "T'lay'', was pa inifulIly hiur't
in) aii automilie wreck ini Spar'tan
buri g last Tuesday niightd. Friomu the
new siapieri ' rport s, it a ppears tihat lhe
was riding withI .101hn M\ills when the
-ar i'it a ridige In thle streect left. by
woirkerus on at sewer line. Theli car'
jump led c-leari of thie g round( Ialnded
slde wise aga Iiist an em ban kmnit. i.
Irb'ly wvas knoeked unconseious and~
hadl to bhe cai'iied to1 the hospital.
w'her'e his condit ion foi' awhile caused
conisider'able uneasiness, ie soon ie
gaiiied his mental faculties, hiowevei',
andu in several days hatd r'ecovered
enough to be r'emovedl fi'om the hios
p1 til. Tfhouigh lhe was pailnfully hiur't,
his face and body being conusklerablhy
lacer'atedl, lie was not permiianecntly
iiijured. It is understood that i.
I rby anud .\i'. .\ills were alone in the
Rig shiipimenit of Cr'oeriy Warie just
re-celvedi. Best uiality geoods andiow
prcS. M.&E 1 VI5~ ~ o
5c. the packet or
cent at all the bett<
real che 'nq
new taste a
new class to 4
Get the BeC
Will cure Rheumatism, Net
ralgi, Headache Cramps, ,c
rains Bruises ut r d
ores, etter, king-: , Ec
zema, etc. Antiseptio lnodyne,
used internally or externally. 25c
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tilmein-d nd rsthey
... "-e, t with f : f on.
new d sta n.stie. c.
ynewkn as to ,Aays
Get, th "'B4I"
Will ur RURTis, N9
Ceoauntc. of'Aants.i A
ning, Governalor eothCrlna. 25c
ele rprsentative in~' CtAo1 es f
('ll the u ofpr tAL n of oath '
The i uli' fa it o lif r ectr
,(s hyollws:EclIav IltiiII a
ilog h enerinr ottf o t w eara o
he Ctdy of yArgst. )the polli
iistrc in irei whi c tht et offers
(oe, fou mo). and t e payming
Il n ths before anyi I cin ofiiai ( anI
pl t axi t en duI an ay able''OI4.s; l'r
vided IThat ministrs ain chargeo
State, oitheris1 41. <aifoied. fa e
I litato -'a m n o l tx/
incld':ingt( iol tat, assestsd yad Io
ls ct ie durig~ th previ outs Th
prodt.,flion oflactilt. a t e o r tr
proofy~- o fot e a yn (thereof a
hpoll s managers ~it and caslek muis
P411(ath.IThe chaiirtrma n (11 of tb a o
managr ai C an adine i te t h t tid :-i a i
ll~ttC5101 iiIhe (lheitaagesla d to ler
1t Ntary liuhoeut ha sdmnein ir h
mathe tharman e aagersle
Pclsin atil ax, vot 5ing plac 1 mustb
cponet 714 d'clock th. Pli. ad close
irtt on o'f a. m.,exfce or the rCi
cf Chaes where th'eylha b
enfe at 7elo a. m.. and or atpu in
T e ioSma nagers a the poe r t il
Ia vacancy;( and eif e o f the anta
ier (attth. 1I e i tizean tehapoin
managers, who, a f iter be o i
tin onduct m thecr aedlec tion. er
A Nta t nh o if tht admin th
manloagriand Te mangst rce
pulircyato rman (the llt bxe. .an
olsnt t alotn thrinad mcon
rineithut coadjmen an~l cloe
'itm in o nmo p.in, ,,met inl th Cit
two "Bobs" for a
.r stands and stores.
,d hearts of
D or two at a
give you a
Lnd flavor, a
ment of the result, and sign the same.
Within t hree days thereafter, the
chairman of the board, or some 0one
designated by the board, must deliver
to the commissioners of election the
poll list, the boxes containing the bal
lots and written statements of the re
sult of the election.
Managers of iKAec tion---The follow,
Ing Managers of E1lectionl have been
apPointed to hold the election at the
varlous precinets in the said county:
IEkom -A. P. Williamus, It. E. MicDan
iel. J.r, 1. C. Culbertson.
.\lt. 'leasant --W. 13. .lundy, .1. W.
B werl Cunn111igam.l
Danliel's -torev--W\. L'. Cooper, .1. L.
.\ariIn, F. II. Roland.
Till Top- - 1414ry SIills, .1. .LM. Ander
80on, .tame 4408 agwellI.
Clno-It. I'. A\dalr, R. .1. C'ope
brtose loombhe. (Columbus1)4 litrdette.
Richuile, WX. WV. Wallace, JTr.
la:tinford,-I. .L. Fliemuing, C. L~. 'Wald
Stewiart's St ore--ArX thurtt flughes,
.111m Stewar t, ('laud Leonard.
('ook's Store,. II. Cook, XXat ts Pat
.terson, WXill .\loek.
-4 Grays-W. 0. IHabb. 11. 1. G'ossett,
XV W. .\l.\\al.
. Wat .\liiil t.. Y'. .\leguiown, .l. W,'
-, lition \l ill -\j. It. (asey, 11. Y.
-i .\bami .l . TempleI4tont.
La *4o -1". L,. iDonnan, C. A. Ow
.\rnold. W. I. Frieeman11, J.- '.DI aven
((T(((Ii' 'g Shoal; -\\'V. .LI. Abemrroiu
bie II .\l. Hohr. J1. A. Coats, WV. A.
1 l iblwin, (lerk.
t' Popla Spr'ings-.-T. TI. Wood. J. If.
4 Woodii Joh111 n tiaughn, K. I. SImpson,011
vli Gyout -Zeno WI lson, C. II.
1 D ;ils P. .LI. I lellams, J1. II. Curry,
t !S. L.. O)wlngs.
Shilh---tI. S. Wa'llace, J1. II. WXolff,
e Rushi Wi'lson.
,l rece Arm-t ron g, WXill Adaihr..
- LydhI ALIllI~--J. C. Antdersoni. J1. II.
-i.lountville..1. 5. Wlneb~rennler, XV.
I i bopewellI-J. L. Diert, oy
C'handler, D). WV. WillIams.
4 r - .S. I linter, 1). .\I. MicClIn
t ock. WV. J. llryson.
- WXaterloo-G(. C. Anderson. WX. WX.
f iRedden, H. 11. Ncelson.
Itlenno-J. WV. I lortoni, .1 no. LXI. Cole..
;iland. TP. S. Simnpson.
t Pihnson, II. 11. Fultler.
CGoldvIlle-WXill 11am, L. V. P11nson1,
a WV. E. flialock.
I Laurmens Cotton .\IlI-J-.. 'W. Ilel
lamas, R. James Franks, R.. WV. Putnamn
aPower-J.. TI. Stoddard, HI. J1. C. Cur
.ry, Ri. C. Owlngs.
I Laurens--Ri. J1. Langston, J. D. Sul
- livan, J. N. Richardson.
,The mnanagers at each prtecinct
Dtalned abov'e ate recluested to dele-~
,gato one of their nummbher to secure the
bIoxes anfd b)lnks for' tho election at
Clerk of Cour't's ofiee.
XW. J1. ANIDERHON,
~ I (I. WVAjIl IIUNTlER,
- I 'Conmmissoiners of Federal
Election for' fLurens County,