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tlmbeeriptlon Price Is $i.00 Per Year
'ayasle In Advance.
1? rk 'ltISER1 P'INTING COMPANY
Laurens, y. C.
.1 -etisiIi HateS on Application.
4ftaltre8 and ('arizd of ThI'ak. t One
cent a word.
w10reru at too posIot'hc at Lacurena,
0. C, as second class wnall matter.
LA.\'IENS, S. (., SEI"1'. 13. 1916.
The conpliments, gentlemen, are aip
precia'ted though greatly exaggerated.
Notr 1 11111, we Nev, is comling along.
'T'he express con1ip0any's business has
reached suich1 proportions that ate
Ihon has been installed in the of
live. acocrding to The Rlock Hill Re
cord. (ood for Rlock 11111!
Mr. It. S. Blackwell should feel
hiighy latlered over thle handsome vote
by which he was elected Solicitor of
this circuit. The Olli(e to which lie
has been elected Is an inporta'nt one
and we have enough confidence in his
integrity to believe that lie will give
it his best efforts. There is no reason
wIzy ie shoul d not make a success of
his wor1k and his friend and those who
helped to elect hii by their votes will
watc(h his career with interest.
CRlIMSON Cl2,OVl' R.
lI ne(ather condlitions and1( other
things are favorable, Liaurens county
should prodice enough criison clover
seed next year to plant every' foot of
eulivatalle land in the county and
then have seed to spare. According I
harm lI nnionstralor Moore. le now has
ordels ithr ou gh the (Clover ('I1lub for
enough seed to lan1,11 nearly 1,.3i0 a(res.
The .'eed arc nlow beitig listed it.
C'harleston and will be shippei ()ut( inl
a I+"ew+ days to the local purchaser:s. We
venture the assert.ioni that no other
couniy in the sout.hertn states has ever
bough t as mnuch C"rinison ('lover seed
for planting pturposes a:; Isaulrens (coun
ty has: nzarchas'd tiI Ihis year. If tie
crop tus out well, it will give a great
inipetus to scientilic faruing in this
COulli and brving ablouit a great r'ediie
lion in f'ertilizrer" hills. 'Then onr Iarin..
ers can spr'end the light lo othec r counil
A C'fLE.\lt DNC'XISION.
Th e iti no1thing to (r ow over Or
gloat Over as i result of the election
yesltrday. There' is neitlie'r any r"((11
left for doubit as to whether or not the
policies Of' (;uv. Itea:e are appruio'vei
by a miajoriily of Ilhe citizens of this.
State, The victory of (;ov. \lannitg
yesterdaiy wis a (cear and clean -e I
one. tr ' beiig no side issues to be
fuddle the cI nItiest. If there were any
at all, 1hy worled( to Ithle (isadviI ai l,
of till .\ i - i.ilease fortes, for' ('ondi
lions werl' not) the4 tbest for' ai fll ex
silde t hal. Ex-G ov. lil ('se may yet. be
elected c to1 51ome4. other' ollice ini thle staite,
but it api'irsi to us that thle lime has
lready~t ('omelt when miany of' his fol
lowers have re'alized'( ilhat lhe is mlore
(if a1 trouble-ma ker' lhan an asset to
t he state anid, ats such, is not t hei' liestI
leadler. GoCv. .\anin g has imiade mnis
takes, .\lri. "Iooper', if elec'ted, would
hale madeI miistakes, hut nelither'i of
thema ha 'e or' would (r'nee th le dlisseni
$101n anid d is('ord that E'x -( ov. I lease
has created ini thiis state duinig thie
last few year's. lie was given the opl
liortuinity once to show hIs aMiliy 'a
a1 leatder and slate'sman and uC (lidt not
take adlvanlage oft it. 'liar is no --'a
non Yet apl'renit why b'e siloiuld be
Elveni tnot hier 0opportun1014
IIi.,ON TlA ilNG A ALSI'T,
lPt iln Ifrini SummerII'i lIomet.
Long l'rnlh, N. .l.. c iet . ! l.- Pes
oif thle year' today by la>in, lan for01
1lhe "'1. I ch en p iin hie w I ill oiida-t
fr'om S'haidow Lawni. \\iith .\I rs. \\-il(u
lhe arti l her le at I n '''. Ilock hi a
1ern'looni 'from' \ 'ha ie (i il y, afti' a 1133
le rh '-1the.
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E lCEN N EWS. *
Eldel, Sept I I.- The lavn party
which was giveln on the camp Pus at
IEdenl Friday was largely attended.
IPoxes alid refresliIients were sold for
liheIi brnefti of the school. All presenit
s:eemlei to etjoy the occasion liln
\liss .linutnie lell Watkins visited
I'er auit, Irs. Aimbrose 1older, I riday
\I r. and M:s. FIelton Owens, of Gray
'ourt. were the spend-the-day guests
if .\ r. and lt's. .1. W. Bleason Sunday.
.\iss illree Abercrombie visited
\liss Clara Catuphell, of Dials, diuring
the past week.
Quite a nilmber of young people
from this neighborhood attended the
party at the home of Ir. -Jim Sumnerel
aturiday night. All report a delight
Little Ilarloe Mahaffey, of Laurens,
pent several days last week with her
lan(lparents. Nir. and Mrs. .1. L. Ma
.\irs. ''.inuia loper, of Iattrens. was
the recent guest of .\Ir. .\. W. Gray
Misses Carrie Armstrong, Bessie
Ilatighn, and Nannie .\ arler, of the
(Greenpond section, visited relatives In
this community Friday night.
Miss .Jeiiovee flalli was the guest
of Misses Vena and Lola Martin
NIIss Miargie Hlopp. of' Gray Court,
visited relatives here last week.
.iss Eliza Switzer has returned
home after a pleasant visit to ler sis
Per. Mrs. Fate lenderson, of Friend
We are very sorry indeed to report
that the sick aoilnd here are slowly
IDON"' NE;(1,1:"1' YOUR 'O01.11
Neigletled colds get worse, instead
of better. .\ stuffed lhead, a tight
l'hest 11111s1 he relieved at once. Dr.
ilI'll's l'ine-Tar-I!oney is Nature's rem
ediy. Iolney and glycerine heal the ir
ritated mnb hran , antisept ii' aIr loos
ens the phllegin, you) breathe easier
aliii 0our cibihl is btl :enl up. I'leas;ilt
to talke. ir' iell's !'lne-Ta r-l ioney is
an ideal remedy :Xr children as well
as ' rowli- . .\l y(b ' dii gist. ,.
e bbe . C * C e e . . . * e .b.
*31 111tEN N EWS. "
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.\ladd en. Seti. II.- -\\'hlen the .\dver
liser read'ers read this, the results of
the second primiary iill te known -
so)niv will thm h^a).)y amdi,'ome very sad
a:; for mue and 1u\' htouse wie voted thle
Ibe-t w k:niew how' and we are delemo
eraI. glory he' e.(t the result he
\V ihat it ilay the liiaaloriiy ru1-14S in
So th ('arolina,
.\Ir. Geo. I'r-ofiti was taken qUite sick
uilrday night. Dr. Christopher Was
ralled to Si', him and he is getting on
,\ - well, his friends will be glad i
Little .oseph 1lldgens who has bwen
'ulit. sick is niow (on thle way to I'e
Sore' eyes areil pr'va iln ill thle ('0m
I ii1): nea~i~iY rOly 11011 hous having
one14 ori mlore cases.
Olur school will not open( till the
.,th. Severial of our11 y'oun g gills and1(
b oys ('lt ered thle I-.auIrens hiighI school
.\lonilay. M\iss Ora Il'owerts to thle Ili
rrade': I annii' I Idge'ns, the 10th; M\a
rie \Madden and41Ma \Inti SueC \offord,
thle 'it h: .\as eris A. Ii. M\a ddebn and
.Ifames Ii udgens and G us \\offord were
Sev'e'al fromi lher' a ttendled -ind1 (n..
ioyed t ho serv'ices at M.\lf I'leasanlt durll
inig the pirotr'a(ted meetlng held the~re
11ev. .\Ir. Davis oif i'ojilar Siniigs,
riId t he Iirlea(chIing and(il) pres.l'ed hiIs
heariei's as a thIorouglhly coinSecrat'ed
M\Iss Kate \\offord of' this place en
4eed Ipon her dut iis as tenclher of
be 1Ith pi~le at li.aorensi high : lh i.
1(er friends wish for her' great sule
\ rs. Ni 5e . li->wb on' vii
r! 0> n .\rSK Asa11 'i'o h o l. er pl -(
h r :at :h hol4 o.f4 thir ne
T4:4 TO (iWDITOIN
" (CO~LD PO)INT NEll'S. a
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2old 'otint, Sept. I1.--The farmers of
inIs ( emmuin nity are very busy picking
cotton, pulling fodder and picking
We have had a good rain; it will be
a help to the crops,
The protracted meeting which has
been carried onl thiis week at .Mt.
P'leasant. closed Sunday morning.
Nev. D)avis. of near Ware Sloals, did
the preachIii ie ig assisted by Riev.
.lodie .\artin the pastor. The (hurc h1
seems to have lint on new life. There
were a number who oine(1 the church.
Nov. Davis gave i some good plain
M". l'd Steward's little son, known
to his friends as luster, atfer a visit
to his grandmother. Mrs. Della C'un
ingha m, has returned to his home In
MiSS Is ouise lunter. of lBarksdale, is
spending several days with relatives.
.ilr. an(d Mrs. Ilunter spent a while
withI relatives and attended the mlect
Miss Ellamae .Moore and rl'ientd, Miss
Itoyd. were visitors in ILaurens Thurs
Mr. and Mts. if. F. Wlteeler spent
the day in Augusta recently.
.lr. an- \irs. .Joe .MeN inch and chil
Eni, after an extetled visit to rela
tives, returned to their home at Ilo
biokel:, N. .I., last TrIdi ay.
\lis (;ra ce Itoyd of Spartanburg, is
on a visit here to relatives. Ste visit
d relatives also at BIarksdale sever
I days last week.
Mr. Clarence Riddle Visiaed his sis
tr Mrs. (Guy iE. Moore, last Saturday.
Hie has heen making Laurens his home
'at has gone to Greenwood now.
\Ir. and .lr s. 0. C. I)uneati visited
relatives in Laurens Saturday and
Alir. Totmitnlie Mills. of ('toss 11111.
speilt the week-end with relatives anid
ittended the meeting.
\Irs. \W illiC Noflz aid mother, .\rs.
ells, were Ile guests of \ r. and
.lrs. W. II. ul'tthertson one day last
\Mr. W. La. Cutnnin1gham1 and friend,
\I'. Y'arborough, ' isited here Sunday.
Ihonisier itchen Cabinets and hap
'OIne55 to the busy woman. We are
showing a full line, and Ile prices a
remarkably low for the Eillality. let its
1i0 oeI in your hom1e.
S. I. & i.. Ii. \ll.Kls & CO.
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.ill'NT'V ii I-: NE1-WS. *
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Alount ville. Se "pt. I I. --One of t he
mowt beautiful social events of this
(E:nsloln was a party given last \ednes
iday ev eiiing lby .\liss .\lildred Simmons
in honor of Ier couSin. Miss Edith
T(nL IllE' who left otn Ilie (sally mitorning
' -:n for ('amp lill. Alabama, where
.she will spend the fall and winter
imontlis. Miss Margaret .litchell. a
most attractive young lady from Ti
tiusville. FlortidaE was51 also a guest (of
hionor~. The1 ocEasIiotn wats one oft Cn
oymen( lt it (every r'espec(t . Rlefr'eshiig
lunc tliwals s(erved as thel guies9 ar
rived anld t hen II theiemainder of thle
("ventI ig was Ii;speniI t ite ntost aElpprot
uriite form of Cittettainmen~tt, that of
pr-ogretssi vPecon versationu.
NIrE. EIugEne Stokes, whli le retuitnltg
from a lbutsin ess trip to NothI 'a roli na
hist M\onday. st opp~ed overIt itGeen
ville for a day13 with f'riends.
Mir. C'harley Smith, of Abbeville, hss
bieent spending several (lays with his
daugh ter and ni"''n .\rs. F. W. Mfoore
anld NIirS. T'. 11. Hi(chardlson.
.\i. W C. Mlitell wenit to Itatesburlg
last Thtursday to look after huisiness
Mliss Mlargaret .\iItchell, of Tituts
vtille. Florida, is the chiaring guest of
Mtrs. W. .1. ('Ittk this week
Miiss Rutth Stokes left eatrly Sitntday
morntttinig for Fiulion, Alissourti, where
shEC hIas necephtedl a itosit ion ats intstruie.
tor of hIgher Mhiteatles In the Untt
versity of Mlissoui.
Hlev. 1E. A. Fu E r is at honme a fter
eotndltletIng protract ed se rvilees at Unt
to taike utp i:~ work ini thei high 'chiool
M rs. Nt. NI. Tiongute has bretn qinite Ill
b I.t th ' re o - ar ' th a he 1: improi
* EDEN NEWS *
CO e . ee * * * * * e e e .
kden, Sep.t 11.---liss lauree Aber
crombie entertained (luite a number of
her friends with a lawn party 'i'hurs
day evening. T'hey all reiort a de
.Nir. Fred .\rmstrong spent the week
end in lionen Path, visiting relative..
Mrs. ('orrie Gray visited .\ls. .I. I.
We are very sorry indeed to report
that Mlr:. Ambrose Hlloder had the
misfortune of getting her arm broken
Mlisses lsther, Ilersheli and Ilrucie
Armstrong, of Fountain Inn, were the
guests of their grandfather, Mr. Sid
ney Armstrong, Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Belton Owens, of Gray
Court, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
.1. W. Benson Thusday.
M1r. and Mis. Sam Switzer, spent a
few dlays in Laurens during the past
week, visiting relatives.
Miss Sophia Armstrong spent Tuies
day with M r. Armbrose Holder and
\liss .Jennie Bell Watkins, was the
vuest. of Miss Luree Abercrombie
M1rs. ,. .\. A rm)st rong and daughters,
lBeulah, Annie Mae and Sarah, visited
relatives in the (,ieen Pond communi
.Mrs. Eilia Roper, Charlotte liippr
Clara Armstrong and Miss Ste (ray,
were the spend-the-day guests, of M1r.
\l. W. Gray and famcily Wednesday.
ir. It. W. alrtin wa sa business
visitor of Ireenville last week
M1r. and .\rs. W. S. Iloit and chil
dren were visitors of .\Mrs. .1. It. Brown
lee and family Wednesday.
.\Mr. (lenn Woods and .ohn lIrown
lee attended t he harbacue in Green
.\Mr. Fred A rnst rong leaves londay
for Louisiana where he will begin lthe
duties as teacher for the coming ses
sion). We wish him great success.
.\Miss IHattle Nash. of tile Mlerna see
ion, was taken to a S.partanhurg hos
pit:'1 lat week for an operation. She .
w as accompanled by her sister, .I\Is.
T. S. Reeves, of til commun1 ity.
.\Ir. It. \W. Martin visited Mir. A1rth'r""
1 iarris, of I)ials Stitdaty.
k r. IHorace (Iray was the guest of
.1 . (rady lliabb, Sunday.
.\irs. ('Ina .\rmlstronii, after spend
ing Several days n Ith MIrs C. V. Illpp,
1as: returned to her hlimo( in liurens.
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* l AIMSD.\l,lE NEWS. *
I arksdale, Sept. I I.-The weather is
rather cool here this week. Such a
change has brought about several
.lisses lertha, Myrtle and Carrie
Ihatdwin and their brother, ("ary lhald
win, visited their cousins, .\Misses An
tile aned Loudelle laldwin, Sunday.
.\1iss Itertha IIaldwin, of Ora, is
slpendting a while with M\iss boludelle
The peoiple of this coiimmuity3 are
('njoi og a protracted meetinlg at
liiighland I blme, R~ev. J1. II. Washing
ton), as paistor', and1 .\ r. 3iartin as as
sistant1. AMr. Mlartin has rendler'ed
spldendlti sermtons and I think the meet
ng will do goodi to those wh'lo hear
11hem1 with t he r'ightt spirit and we earin
estly ptlead that ev'ery one will go
there for some good and not1 for the
pileasture as so many3 do.
MlIss AnnIe lBaldwin, of liarksdale,
htas been spendIng a few (days with her
birothe and1 hl211Is wife, .\ir. and .\lrs.
I'imer Jlaldwini. of DIals.
A1ir. (Clarec'e A beecrombie and coius
in, 'auti Ahercrombtie, wee amongi~ lhe-.
30o2ng men visItin g in thiis commnunity3'
3ar. an tir2s. El imer it11 ldwin were
t he guests of Mir. and 3irs, W. II. Ilald
HI.\A(~iIE IN DIS('OI'I.itaiN(; $
BNi Not So 11nd4 If You Hnow ilow to e
IteachI the ( 'nus *it'
N'othting mfor'e discouiraging thanI a $
('onistanlt tbackac'he. Lam ite when y'ou
awaken, Palins Ipierce youtt when' 30ou
02' o lIft. It's harid lto work or to
Iet Itacknh~te oft en Indicntes hadl
I I! ' lit blu y 'il tie ,,.Ihis case
dny'ul i my case
'n .eo i .1 opc
n hie, a arp ain irib
I have returned from the North
ern Markets after buying the best
stock of goods I have ever bought.
I invite you to call in and ex
amine it, even though you don't
Yes, I got away and left "The
Force" to do the work of moving
and they did it well. When I re
turned every thing was ready for 1
the reception of goods.
If you havph't visited my new
stqre yet, 'e sure and call in right
a' ray. Tl e store is large and airy,
so yo can examine our goods to
th e st advantage.
e Welcome You
Laurens, - - S. Carolina
We are fully equipped to match any lenses. Bring
your broken glasses to us. Or, if your present glass
es are not satisfactory, come to us and let us test
your eyes aind furnish the proper .trlnuses. We are
experts in this line and wi.. 'i' s ua honestly in
goods and prices.
(e stire0 and( consult our prices be- da~y of Novemnber, at 11 o'clock. Te'ri
bulying China or Glasswareo. ciash. J1. F. Vaughn andl sisters.
S. 31. & F;. 11. W 'I Ki0S & CO. -tp
lirbelr Shop-- want miy Cusitomers~
'$ *. $ * $ * $ * $ * $ * g and' friends to knJow that I have moved
* lily barber)Ci shop to I th store 10oo1n
SPEIR OTIES. $ formerly occupied by (Crceell' Mar
SPECIAl4 OTICS. *ket, where I amt icely fitted uip to do
* $ * $ * $ * $ * $ * $ * $ goodj service. Will Whitener. 6-51
Vaiiedl- - I100 cords p'ipe wood, gjel iv.. lie oIldI~ig em Inisje
dI at our: yarid. ic 'elbherger I'Iron. gtm d o rvd [ li t )
8- t C)I it a t(0t,8(1 la4oaie
'llr I(enf - Hovera1l good fari~its near 14: 'I y ' ).laisdl. I
iirens. (all and :see'ine. I tInk( I
fit y041 W ilh g ' M O one. ('. I ).
Sr 'o . Se o 13nie .3Sll
.1e(1 1(4rr4 4a ver' Si ff sale at 4ih1 '4'I i (::'(3 I1 ,'i,
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'd.)1h liiI twne ' ill cotun~lty(I(it ~ r a 1 ,1 1 i (3414' 1414:4 1411
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