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Mr. J. E1. Allen of Honea Path was
among the visitors heie Monday.
Mr. Will H. McClintock of Ora, spent
the day in the city yesterday.
Mr. Billie SnojV of Chinky Pin Hol
low sold eggs in the city Tuesday.
Mr. M. V. Holder was, a visitor in
the city Friday.
Mr. W. L. Garrett from Gray Court
Route Three spent yesterday here.
Mr. Dan J. Johnson of Huntington
was among the business visitors here
Mr. T. J. South, of the Gray Court
section, was a visitor in the city
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wolff and Miss
Martha Wolff, of the Shiloh communi
ty were sliopping in the city Monday.
Capt. George C. Byrd a resident of
the IHuntington section spent the day
Mr. W. S. McCrady is spending
several days in Charlotte and Charles
ton oil blusiness.
Miss lulia Connor of Greenwood
is visiting In the city as the guest
of frien(s and relatives.
Miss imogene Wilkes will return
today from Greenville and Abbeville
where she has been visiljng friends.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Dlver of Ander
son motored over yesterday to spend
a few days with relatives.
Mr. W. F. 11111, who lives near the
Newberry lifin n Cross 11111 township,
was among the visitors in the city
Mr. and Mis. W. P. .lones and cllild,
of the Vare Shoals section, were shop
ping in the city Saturday, having come
over in the mach ine.
Mi. W. Ii. McPhail has been limping
aroun(i on one foot for the past several
days, having let a piece of hot ice fall
on his major toe several- days ago.
Miss Lela Thomnpson, of Spartan
butrg, who spent the past. winter' in thle
city, is visiting here as the guest of
M rs. W. 10. /Lucas..
'Mr. and Mirs. ilohn 13. Fer'guson mo
tored to Laurecns from their home in
Clinton Mondlay andl spent the day in
Mr. andi Mrs. L. D). Witt of Gr'een
ville will arr'ive today to spend sev
eral days here as the guests of Misses
Imiogene and Kathleen Wilkes.
Mr's. W. II. Owens, Mr's. ii. L. Scaife,
MIlss IEllene McCaslan and Mr. and
's. John Ferguson, of Clinton,
wvere in the city Monday. having conmc
up in Mr. Ferguson's eai'.
Col. .Joe Sparks of the Columbia
State staff was among the piomilnent
visitoi's in the city last Saturday. lie
came upi to spendi the week-end herec
with his father and motheri.
Lookner. .lamnes Hi. Sullivan and Law
r'ence hlarksdale wvent to GIreenwvood
yesterday, wvher'e they toon the degree
of Knight Templar.
Messrs 13. II. Gossett and C. B.
Young from near' Fountain Inn wer'e
among those wvho came dhowni on bus
iness yesterdlay andh spent the day in
To folks who has
anne Coffee a chance
make this offer.
- Buy a pound can. I
home be sure to use just
nary cheap coffee. Ther
go to the store you bougi
money back. That soun<
Get It From
o PiO HA rE
Messrs J. Thomas Garrett and H. P.
Garrett were. among the visitors here
from near Gray Court yesterday. They
came down to spend the day on bus
Mrs. Clarence McKinney of Laurens
and Miss Bettie Lou Duncan of Calli
son are the guests of Mrs. Henry Alc
Master John Thomas Wilkes spent
several days in Greenville last week
visiting friends, taking the trip at this
time particularly to see Barnum &
Balley's circus Saturday. Being in
terviewed oil the %tbject by a repre
sentative of The Advertiser yesterday,
John stated authoritatively that, ac
cording to his notion, Mlr. Banrum and
his friend Bailey had "some" circus.
'Mrs. Mason L. Copeland or Laurens
came over to see the two noted 1ang
lish actors, Forbes-Robertson and
Mrs. Patrick Campbell, Tuesday and
Thursday nights at the Columbia thea
tre, and was the guest of her brother
and sister-in-law, Ir. and MIrs. Wil
llam Watts fall, on Pendleton street.
-The State (Sunday.)
For Sale-lmproved farm 5.1 1-2
acres. Good cottage and outbuildings.
Price low and terms easy. W. Ii.
Clinkscales, Laurens, S. C. 14-t-pd
Get in the auto contest. It's not too
late. Wade iII an( get the $25 special
prize and thereby demonstrate your
ability to win the big prize.
For Saule-Registered Duro0 .Jersey
Pigs, $6.00; one registered )uroc .Ier
sey sow, $30.00: two lerkshire sows,
entitled to registration, $25.00 each:
grade pigs and shoats all sizes. W. I.
(1inkscales, Laurens, S. C. 1 i-it-d)(l
At green, Pond. School.
"The Improvement Association of
Green Pond school will give a box
supper at. tle school house on Satur
day night October 30th, beginninug at
8 o'clock. A cordIal invitation is ex
tended to all.
Look Out for Pickpockets.
Reports conme of nutmerou s robber
ies by pickpockets at Greenville Sat
urday, wh'len Barnum & Bailey's cir
cus showed there. In spite of the or
forts of the circus managements,
these light-tlngered gentry are always
among those present on circus day.
So it may be expected that ~Laurens
will be favor'ed with a visit from them
tomiorrowV. People with more money
than they can conveniently spend as
pocket-money would (do well to leave
their surplus funds in a safe place.
Banks are the proper places to leave
money, anywvay, andl then purchases
can be made by check without the
dlanger of loss or misundlerstandings.
It wouldl not be out of place to sug
gest here that before allowing the
pickpockets to have a chance at you
ihat you come up to The Adv'ertiser
otice andl help one oif the contestants
along by paying your subscription for
a couple or years. Hlonest. We mean
it. The contestant will not appreciate
It more than the secretary to the ex
re never givez Luzi
Sto please you, we
n making the coffee at
half as much as of ordi..
if you are not satisfied,
it it from, and get your
la reasonable doesn't it.
FROM THE COUNTY
(Continued from Page One.)
Harne Of lu^Ins~~wee vjitor o~f
Mrs. I. S. Brooks last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gillespie and chil
dren, returned to their home in
Greenville .Monday after a short visit
with Mr. Harris Curry and family.
Messrs 1. M. Owings and Malcolm
Hunter of Wofford College were re
cent visitors with home folks.
MIr. IR. It. Owings attended the Bel
ton fair last week.
'Mrs. Haskell Gray and little son
spent the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and 'irs. Harris Curry.
Messrs Jolin Switzer, Eirnest Harris,
David Brownlee, Haskell Gray and
Arthur Currf, spent l'aturday night
in Greenville, having gone up for the
purpose of viewing the Barnum &
Quite a number of our people in
tend to take In the State fair this
week. Among the number will be Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Curry who will go Wed
nesday. - .
Sunday being the fifth Sunday there
will be services here in the morning.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock, and
preaching at eleven. At the conclusion
of the preaching several will be re
ceived Into the church.
The school at this place will open
on the first, with Miss Eula Winn of
Columbia as principal and Miss Annie
Wright of Tylersville as the primary
teacher. This will be Miss Winn's
first term, She comes well recom
mended, however, and with the as
sistance of Miss Wright who already
enjoys the confidence of the patrons,
having taugh+ here last year. The
prospect sceims bright for a success
WATTN MILL NEWS.
Watts Mill, Oct. 2.-Little Clara,
infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. 13.
Duille died at their home at this
iace on Sunday morning, after a
short illness. Its remains will be in
terred in the Laurens cemetery today.
'I'he parents have the sympathy of
their friends here and elsewhere.
MNrs. Sallie Sanders returned home
Monday from a pleasant visit with
friends in Greenville.
Mrs. Alice Frady visited relatives
in Clinton Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. W. X,. Burns visited relatives
in Greenville during tie week end.
Mr. and Mrs. (). D. Davis of Wood
ruff visited relatives here Saturday
.Mr. and irs. Rt. H. Donaldson visit
ed at the home of .1. W. Ilellans at
Laurens Mill on Sunday.
LONG VIEW NEWnS.
Loing View, Oct. 25.-We are hav Ing
pretty weat her again after the rainy
weat her. Ti farmers are husy gath
ering iheir crops and sewing grain.
Mrs. Auslin Goddard spent the past.
week in Greiiwood attending the
Piedmont fair and reports a n ice Iltine
and a good fair.
Mrs. Alfred C(oleman spent Sunday
evening with Mirs. William Austin.
Mir. and Mi's. Ii. K. Rleder and chil
diren with their sister, .Miss Mary
Blaeli, of Ninety Six, spent Sunday
with Mr. L. 10. Reeder and family.
Mr. L. 1F. R~eeder andl family will
move to (aimpohello Novembei' 2nd,
to resume his duties as teachei' again.
Mr's. Iilemminger' will go to live with
Mrs. WVill .Jones of Campobello.
Mi'. Cothr'an Pinson dlellghtedi his
home people1 with a short stay Friday.
ils fr'iend, Mr. Taylor fi'om Missis
s1ippi came wvith him. Their headquar
tei's ai'e at Fihlerton, Ga. at present.
Mr'. Bill Ward andl Mir. Hoyle C'ole
man spent a few hours with M\ir. and
Mi's. Ward of Vaughnsvillc Saturday
Mr's. .John H-olland i'eturned home
C'OL~ lPOIN'iT NE W'S.
-Col'd Point, Oct. 25.-We ar'e having
pretty weather after' sevei'al days of
i'ain. Picking cot ton is the order of
the (lay. Sunday was prcehing dlay
at Mt. Pleasant. We had a very goodl
audience aind good sermon by the pas
teo', Rev. Jodie1 MartIn.
Mrs. Guy 10. Moore was hostess to
(luite a numbei' of visitors Saturd(ay
Mi's. Owvens and (laughter, Mrs.
C'lar'ence McKinney were the Sunday
guests of Mrs. 0. C. Duncain.
Mrs. Maggie Moore is visiting i'ela
tives and friends here.
Miss Annie May IDuncan visitedl
friends and kinsmen Saturday and
Mir. Guy Moore of Spartanburg was
a pleasant visitor here recently.
Mr. Alber't Duncan and friend, Carl
Moore. wei'e in Laurens F'.unday.
Mr. lui'ts Nelson was a visit",r to
Cross Hill Sunday.
Mi'. D~allas Nelson w"as in Laurens
.\ir. John Rims Nelson and wife and
in tow'n Satuiiday.
Mi'. F. F. Wheeler and Mi's. Wheelei'
wi'll attIend the fair in Col umbia.
Mi'. .Jim Riddle wans the Sunday
nuest of hi. sister., Mr's. Guy E. Moore.
HERE IS THE BED
Safety First! That's the mother's big requirement in a
crib for the kiddies! High sides and closely set spindles so
that youngsters can't fall over or get caught!
We want every mother to come to our store this week
and see our line of cribs. Right now, we are making a
big display of safe metal cribs. These are the product of
The Simmons Mfg. Co. which makes over 310,000 cribs
yearly. They are by long odds the best cribs made.
After you've seen them, you'll appreciate why we have
chosen these cribs to offer our customers as the biggest crib
value we could find on the market.
COME IN AND SEE THESE
The construction of these approaches perfe io
Before they leave the factory, each crib is ri1letely Read Here What
set up and inspected. Every part must fit e ery other SIMMONS
part accurately. All working parts must move evenly The Maker, Says:
Afterthis inspection, each part is tagged and Iabelled We make over 310,00 of these
sp it cannot get mixed with other bribs and so that the ower ern) mnefacturer In the
same parts always go together. ojiywhere
The "Freight-Proof-Packing" ensures these criLs t fl1p for itelf of the
reaching us without a rpar and in all the freshness ofis
.their origina .nish. )-randiallthefreshnesof_____
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The sides slide up and down so easily as not to disturb a sleeping inf.8nDt.
The spring is made of Simmons Spring FabWic and slung on highly elastic he ea
springs that ensure absolute comufort for the child.
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