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Wim a1 in
I f%!! M in
We beat the world on~
Cloth ing',$4i 93 to 17.50
Aaun Oc.2 -Amngtoewon
this art.of te co n.ry
fast reco eig
Mrs.4 Reec Ow~eensand ssIn
Wasnn oft Fri- enosetio Satu
Miss e Mae oerh lioeBad
iand y Mr. Lue lieromber liseine
Mhis Ca ofaghe undy.
Mr.i Roet Helams nder laile of
Hickoiy Tver whiection twon bThure
fayt reoigng.Mr ilStn n
daughter. i~e rslr~gj1
td aur paens, Mr.itn heandse Mrs. ih
Mrs. and rcs. Owe Arcrobie
Osvisited Mr. and M rs . Boludey
ndMr. 1Ldie BAbbeoi visitedT.F
Dabb Sunay IAeeng.
Mr. Roher felatle Send falyow.
Hickoy Taverstiohng sont alTr
dtayrgt with r.z Wil Sne andor
iytedms ofarens,Mr and yrs. kWrih
Mrmpt lratmwenewlkb. a he p
Mr.hin antseptic balsamAeharobeen
brsiedkn upro and hea Wil ing conghs.
of. you ad visited -r. yer.Dr'.
flab -Sun Ne very ooength
Many" coldas the had, othll wite
yirrome ofembrane and youe kreath
ofg yon and- old or druears r.
Spartanburg, S. C.
OUR MOTTO I.
BUY your Fall and Win
have the largest stocks'
thing, Hats, Sh
No. 1 Sic
No. 2 Si
thirhoesfr heFar iewst
nu)alsh, nt .-In airiew and l air
ts1l4 that thrieth ea roned arl x
eopingn. lrecO~ ioiICClf
BThe wieathe fair had oen eced
onl"inSon ewas o theo jorb an - h
hious thad al hiftleto art unknown,0(IX
andl the vast crowd~ showed their ap
preciation by "taking In" the many
exhibits, and having a good time in
Prof. Clyde Curry, after spending
tihe summer vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Curry, has return
ed to Vanderbiltr University, 'Nash
ville, Tenn., whore he occupies the
chair of English again this year. Prof.
Curry having spent the preceding
year as instrui tar of English at Van
Mr. and Mrs. John Abercrombie, Mr.
Clarence Abercrombie, Miss Luree
Abercromnble, and Mr. M. WV. Gray, al
so Mr. and Mrs. John Holder, and Miss
Jennie Abererombie, attended the
Abercrom bie reunion near Drainlett's
Miss Eliza Switzer, is on an extend-I
ed visit to her sister, Mrs. Frate Hien
dlerslon of the Friendship community.
.\rs. W. C. Browniec and children
sp~ent laat week-end in Greenville, the
guest of Mr. J1. M. Bolt and family.
IMrs. Willie llarris and chidren, have
returned from a pleasant visit with
relatives in the "Mountain Cilty".
Mr. and Mrs. John Ahereromnbie on'1
son, Raymond, of lionca Path, wow
THE HOUSE TI
me Goods f<
re Goods fo
ter bill of this house, and
in their two stores ever s
yes, Dry Goods,
ks, Suit Cases, I
Lware, Glass, Cr
k Shirts, Ladies
sands of items a
>re 210 W1est Laur- n.St., nie
tore South siae Public Sc
.\2s I .Hmos \is.lti
mons wer th 4pn-h-a gust
rai oe y0 \iss .Latrrie Stmmons
wither coutsi Pubs N lic Sfod
. Las ai urywl e ave Si
fewo~ das foray Faiew, were shecwil
Miss10( Curry 13' iss1 a nrdat imofs
31i3ande C ,i will n ldoub il
mleet with all success as a teacher.
Mr'. and Mr's. WViliam Brooka spent
Saturday night with .Mr. Lan Ropp)1 alnd
family or (iray' Court.
Mi'. Leander Owings and famIly
mo :.d to theIr new home In Gray
Court Monday, where they wIll residle
during the coming wInter.
Mrs. Win. Gray of Gray Court, apent
Friday with her mother, Mrs. I. S.
Milss Mauree Simpson of Gray Court
war the week-end guest of her sIster,
Mrs. Wistar Owings.
Mirs. J. R. Brownlee and Mr. Joe
flrownlee, were visitors of Mr. W. 8.
Holt and family of Hickory Tavern
Mr. and Mirs. Haskeli Gray and lit
tle Haskell, Jr., were the spend-the
day gueste of Mr. Harris Curry and
Mr. Marvin Armstrong of the UJ. S.
navy, having a short leave of ahsence
camne home andI spent several daya last
week with his parents. Hej returned
to Fortress Monroe, Va., Friday, where
the ship on which he is stationed will
be for several days.
Iaz40o, A MiMd, Effective taxative 8. Uver Tonic
Doss Not Drips nor Disturb the Stormach.
In addition to other properties, Lex-F'ou
contains Cascara in acceptable form, a
stimulating Laxative and Tonic. Ye.x-o
seto effectively and does not gripe nor
dtirt'ib stomnach. At the same t4:ie, it aids
di, 1tion,arouses the live. ai ;ecretiona
>r Less Mow
r Same Mow
ales and Small F
see the SAVING in cash
hown in Laurens.
I Medicines, Car
ve cannot menti
D)aysi; Each Week
t to Br'ainett's Shop
iuare, 0. B. Sim norns Buil
* IONENS NEWN'. *
.10ones, Oct. 2-Th''lere' will be' a schiool
mtintIjg iFriday afternoon, 6th Iinst.,
at 31 o'clock.
Misa Maggie Corliivan opened her
schiool neat Green wood last M onday.
Theli friends or Mr. Leonard McNinch
will lbe pileased to learn that he is re
covering from a prolonged spell of
Our young friend, Mr. Jlas. Gambreji
has returnedl to tihe Citadel.
The convicts are In our midst put
ting our roadls in good condition.
Mr. WV. T. Jones, Jr. left for his
school last week.
Miss Isabel Beachiam has returned
to Lar.der college.
Miss Jiennle Lou Martin has accept
ed a school In Blamburg.
W~e recently met our friend, Mr.
Walter Nash of Laurens, who was en
route to Due West to enter his daugh
tel's in college.
Judge J. T*.TJohnson of Greenville
and Rev. F. L. Bramlette, of McCor
mick, were hero last week looking af
We are indebted to all of our friends
for recent kind favors.
Mr. Jerome Reeves of Bamberg re
contly visited is mother.
D~r. Joel A. Smith attent.ed the
Fairvewv stock show and says there
was an immense crowd and a sp'len
Thle members of Brewerton Lodge,
A. F. M., are urgently requested to be
present at the next regular eomruni
cation, 4th Saturday, 28th inst., as bus
iniess of Importance is to be0 transag ted
Mr. J. 0, Morrison visited relatives
at Belton last Saturday.
Mr. Archie Dallas of Canada, vi'
his parents, Rev, and Mrs. J. "
las, lust week.
Mr'. WvoodwaIl d ,ii soon
Buy for Less
IY Sell for Less
Right Treatment i
J. C. Burns & Compa
iefs, Shirts, Pani
?n in this paper.
Shoes t-) fit all
to G no
TyesvleOt 3. *ter . * K. 1
nanii of S'noree fill htis regular1 ap1
sointmient t andily Springs~ Siduda
Mr. W. ii. Clark of Grieenwood spewnt
sundl~ay with relative's ini TPyiersv~le.
.\iisses .\attie 'Ille l'eterson and il
dlattie Ilonnant were in Lauirens shop
>ing on Wer~dnesday.
Mr'. .J. W. I)onnani and daughters,
Misses Lucy and .lanic, spent Saturday
Misses Annie Lou Little and Cath
rine lilis spent Sunday with Mts.
Miss Grace Poole was the guest of
'Iisst Lila Clark on Sunday.
Miss None Taylor of the Pea Rlidge
section is visiting Mrs. W. P. Poole.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Pulley were in
Laurens on business Saturday.
Ware Shoals is on a big boom, a
groat deal of building~is going on. The
ginning, oil mill, )kaak company store
and splendid cotton market is draw
ig an immense patronage from every
section of the surrounding country.
Those wishing to purchase, lease or
rent farms will find it to their inter
est to come at once.
YOU CAN HAVE
beautiful hair if you keep the scalp
clean and health~ Neglect r sults in
bdns.We rec mend
for keeping the scnlp healthy and pro
moting hapir growth. sold only by us,
Anc and $1.00.
IA. ius d Cas for' all
for te ' .0 ( d
Store No. 2 Saks Force
Miss Annie S'mpson.
l .\oydlM s Nhool
Oak uleaye :?. Th ilmornn
mae nd Mee. lik o winte isamostd
midst.e fromolo ow ltteded the
thuen nt aoratcomn wichm. wt
iehbrweeMr. and .\.lr. id is. ca.lE.
atyd th. homnd Mr. A1. . oydnie Ms. J.
Nr..P McDaneLas returne
fomne hounday col at Oavilleun
Mr. ad torso. dBydhvmoe
Mintoou mids.hy no live anth
Minsons oldhe n Vian WeJ welom
thende nthe ourcommuntoy.o
rda and Mrs.or W. P.n ie.sce
atteh fMr. J.w sR.n Satudanightun
Mr. MW.ti. McDaniel hspt oeune
wihtr heas weenit Mor. ea das.J
Hdaugettn on W nicelyhis, frieads w~il
'isse Ethl andis v a Mcae'l at--iw~
Mr.)V Bee r opnt Sat o: I) ruray nigh
nligt~i laitek wit r. and Mrns. J
I It ll li tl