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* VOWINOS NEWS.
OWings, April 9.--One of the loveli
est affairs in the social life'of our litl
tic town was the monthly meeting of
the Royal Floral Society at the home
of Mrs. It. O. 1Hunt, Thursday after
noon, April 6th.
''he president, Mrs. V. A. White,
called the meeting to order and after
the transaction of business Mrs. .1. C.
DuPree invited the ladies into the hall
where froi a lovely bower she served
delightful punch.' The cut glass bowl
was buried in white lilacs and iris
with festoons of pink. The little nuin
hered cards with pencils were given
each guest by Miss Louise Owings and
Mr. R. T. Wilson explained the con
-test. Nine pictures were passed, each
representing it special inake or candy.
At the close of the contest It was
found to he a tie between Mrs. .1. T.
Owings and .\rs. Zeb Vance. After
drawing 'Mrs. Vance was the- winner
and was presented with a, lovely box
of candy which she very gracefully
passed and created quite a good deal
of fun when it was found to be an
We were ushered into the dining
room, lovely with its burning tapers
and decoratiins of pink and white. On
the table a lovely crochet centertilece
with bowl of handsome pink and white
hyacinthis. On the serving table were
beautiful clusters of apple blossoms.
Serving in Ihe dining room were the
four little cousins, Louise and Floy
Owing:;, Margaret I)ul'ree and Eloise
Hunt, lovely in their white lingerie
dresses with pink ribbons. The color
scheme was carried out in the deli
cious Charlotte I Russe and cake. Pink
and white mints Were served. The
souvinores were minature white bun
nie rabbits tied with pink ribbons.
After leaving the dining room we
had great meriment in pinning a tail
In a rabbit which was drawn on a
scarf and tacked to the door. Those
enjoying Mrs. 1-unt's hospitality were
Mirs. .1. T. Owings. Mrs. Carrie DuPree,
Mirs. t. T. Wilson, Mirs. Zeb Vance,
Miss Carrie Stoddard, 'Miss tiue Ow
ings, Mrs. J. C. DuP'ree, Mirs. .1. T.
Stoddard, Mrs. V. A. White, Mrs. R. 13.
)uPree and Mrs. B. B. Cook.
We are glad to welcome Mr. and
Airs. .l. iL. Gray home after having
spent. the winter in the lower part of
Messrs Clen hunter of Pickens,
Miles Hunter of Greenville and Mr.
and Mrs. Anderson of Georgia were
CALL AT SM
We are deterrhin<
below cost. Rea<
$3.00 Ihnts ... . .
$2.00 Ihts .... ...
$1.50 Ilats .. . . .. .
SITAWV iIATS (
ALL TILE NI4W SIIA
$1.00 Ties ... . .. . .
50e TIes ......... ....
75e Sox........... .... .
50e Sox .... ......... .
25e Sox .... ......... .
( Ioth Silk
*1 .00 1l(Idwear.... ...
50e Uniderwear'.... ....
RAINCOATS AT I
The Sale Is No'i
Every article in
been in businesi
ing can be the I
gueits O their parents, Mr. aid W n r.
J. W. Huntel''for' Iasier.
Miss Martin our offielent music
teacher, spent the week-end with
homefolks in Fountain Inn.
The little tots enjoyed an egg hunt
Saturday afternoon given by the
primary teachers, of the Presbyterian
church, Mesdames it. B. )ul'rce and
.. .1. Hunter..
Mr. and Mirs. Zeb Vance were visi
tors in Laurens last Friday. .
ir. I. A. tloddard was a business
visitor in Laurens.
Announcemenls have been received
here c the marrliage of Mlis;s Clara
1'llzabeth Todd to .\i. Charles Orrin
Milford, April :nth, Simpsonville, S. 1C.
Aliss 'l'ood had visited here and her
friends wish for them ita long, happy
and useful life.
\I r. and Airs. b'y White of Augusta.
(ia., are spending i'aster with .l r. and
Mirs. V. A. White:
Airs. it. A. -Stoddard is kept busy
Ihese days in her millinery establish
ment trying to satisfy the ladies with
the very important "head dress". She
must be very successful, judging from
the number of visitors with packages.
(''i"I' T~itE (OL.\ll FEE1:IN\(.
Silferro-Sol Is Just . nother .anitfes.
tatIon of Provldence.
"When you are il good health, you
somehow got accustomed to fhe incon
veinences and hardships, but when
sickness and pain steps in, making life
a continued misery, then you envy the
man who does not have to travel" sahi
Air. Cary T. Walt, aI popular travel
ing man to a group of friends.
"ltheumat1 isml is about the worst
thing I know of > contend with. I had
It oft' and on foi ten years, and at
tines, I was contil eul to iy home from
one to four lontt s. .Jiust how' I got
through those enl years of rheuma
tism I don't know I could ,iave re
lieved my conditlo long ano had I
known of Silferro- ot. l4'as told of
this remedy and be an/taking it, and
the results were stitisfactory. Just
what. Mother Nature put. in Sulferro
Sol I don't know, but it did me more
good than anything else I ever took.
I am now looking after my business,
and feel all right."
Sulferro-S'ol I" sold and recommend
ed by all druggists in Laurens and vi
cinity. Alurray Drug Co.. State Dis
e* . * * * * * * * * * * 4
* JONES NEW S. *
.lones, April 9.---Miss .\ary .lones
has returned from a visit to Coronaca.
)r. Willie i)odson of Greenville, T.
it. Blackwell of Due West, lion. W.
J. Gaines of Greenwood and Nir. Wil
son of Belton, were recent visitors to
ITH & LITTLE'S A
f YOU'LL GET A Ba
~d to go out of business a
I these few sample pricet
e New Felis.
... . .. ... . ..$1.50 $'.(
... .. . . .. ...$1.00 $2.(
D)ES A NDP 1A'1'rERNS 4
... .. . . .. ... 75c
... .. . . .. ... 40c
.. . . . . . . . 100 75
.. ... .... . .. .. 60c
.. ... .. . .. .. 40c $7.(
. . ... .. .. ... . 20c $(;.(
HO1ES SA CRIFICED A'IT $5.(
OW COST/. ' $.
. .. . . .. . .. ... 75c
... .. . , .. ... 400 c
ND BELOW COST. Pi
In Full Swing and ti
IEMBER THIS POINT!
this store is new. The
only one year and, therc
W. T. Jones, Jr., has returned from
his school at Foreston, S. C.
.Mr. John Frank 11111 of Abbevilte,
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. \V. If. 11111.
Demonstration Agent Faris, was re
cently in our midst.
Mr. Wesley .\orrison, of Anderson,
and .\Mrs. David major of Coronaca re
cently visited their parents, lion. a11(1
Mrs. .1. P. \lor'.Lon.
Mr. S. C. Illey lost a tine tuule re
cently by falling in an old well.
The Owingsville school house was
ledly ;;'reeked by a Storm last. week.
Our scho11 lenjoyed an egg hunt
We are indebted to the following
friends for kind favors: Dr. Pratt of
Ninety Six, i.eonard MeNincl, .Iohn
Cochran, J. 1'. .lones, It. C. iiiggins,
.I: W. Kirkland, Frank Taylor, ladward
I Aimbalugh, W. .1. Stuart, .1. C. .\Mabry,
WV 1. 1Miley and others.
We attended the meeting of the
G.reenwood Medical society last Mfon
day. The society is in a prosperous
condition and every physician in tle
county should attend.
Don't forget ile election next Satur
day, 1-th. He sure to attend and vote
fogy your friend.
lessrs J. A. Morrison and C. IL
G rahaii ke(yi fine herds of cows and
markei their butter and milk at War<
.Mrs. G. W\'. .lenkinss, after a visit t
her parents, D)r. and .\ls. .1. T. .Jones
has retur ned to C'ol umbia.
STIWtO S, S. PlItO(JtA 31.
Sunday School Workers to 31eet Ili
Siaiiirt nuir' 31a1y 1, 2 1an1d 3.
Spartanburg. April G.-The progran
of the State Sunday School 'Conven.
tion, which Is to be held in Spartan
burgl May I, 2, 3, will be the strong.
est. and most attractive program eve1
presented to the Sunday School work.
ers of South Carolina, according to at
statement from the program commit
tee. The morning and evening ses
sions will be Aiven to general address
es from some of the leading Sunday
school workers of the State and of the
country. Among Ithose on the pro
gram are .lohn L. Alexander, Second
arty Division Superintendent, Inter
antional Sunday School Association
Dr. PLaOO T. Durham, 11)ean Candler
School of Theology, Emory Universi
ty, Atlanta, Ga., Prof. 1E. O. Sellers
Director Hunday School Department,
.\oody Bible lIstitute, Chicago; Rev
A. W. Bllaekwood, pastor First Pres
byterian church, Columha; .iss Myra
ND WE'LL PROVI
.RGAIN IN EVERT
nd are selling our entire
; our entire stock is redh
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Rulhbbers ......... .... ........
AIl4 CAPS ATl C~OSTI.
S OES---Low Quar
C) Shoe Low Quater ......,
0 Shoe. , Isow Quart er's . ..d
I) Shoe , Low Quart ' ...
1) Shoe. Low (. ers.. .
0 Shok14diV'Quarters .........
10 Shlo(s, I 'iw Quarters .........
0 Shoes, 1. Quariter (b..........
AIllraelive Linc of Art'icles for F'u
qe AssortIuccul of Of/her Weac~rali
e Goods are Going F
fore, noth.- l
Batcheldor, Gtineral Secretary Iirm
ingham Sunday School Association;
Mrs. 1. C. Cronk, Editor of Literature
for the Eivangelical Lutheran Church
In the South, Colunbia;,)r. 11. 11. De
Ment, Pastor First Baptist church,
Greenwood; Prof. ). W. Daniel, P'ro
fessor of 1tglislh, Clemsot College;
Dr. J. I.. Mann, Superintendent of
City Schools, Greenville.
ftO('K Hitl1tE M('IOO,
At. a recent meeting of the Tim rod
literary society of hlock Ilridge
school the following otlicers were
chosen: president, F'rantce Chlandler;
vie0 President, Adelaide Willard; see
retary, Belle Yot'ing, I rteasirer, Ahtila
Simpson; chaplain, .Janes -'hander.
'Ile honor roll of the school is as
1ltigth Grade-Glenn Davis.
Seventh Grade-Alma Simpson,
Fifth Grade---Annlie Belle Balley,
1"onrtl (rade---Ada Hlolmes Davis,
Villiam tIailey, Clyde CtiIbertson.
'T'hird Grade- -.1ohn Willard, .\lary
L.oi Culbertson, Ilryan Greer.
ISecond G rade-- -Alma Davis, D)oro
thy (handler, Frank Hailey.
'ilst Grade -llarry Ilavis, Watts
AN lE.A'i IWA 'i'O llEDEI'('E FllESIL
Drink liof Watter and Take 'T'assno.
I laven't you oft n w Ished for a meud
1 iC' to reduce your tICh ? Somie
lhing that does not require dieting or
caisthenies? \ell, right here yore
have it. in 5-grain tasseo tablets,
wli h youtt may secure at P'eoples Drug
Store. They are pleasan11 i to ake, Ie'
Ie'tly ha rml less atind cause no restliC
tions of habit or eating, and relce' the
11es11, litlle by little, until you are
do~wn to the nuimber of 1)1ound s youistowg. I nclfes'istt
wish to wvelgh. Too muich leskt'is un1
desirable as mostI(lIuite .-Wil people
will readily adnptt , - it detracts
from one's goo(t: a amace; makes
ono (lituy and rt of breaIIi.
There isn't any reason why anyote
should he too stout. wlen Ihere's tis
tou1c(h-tried perfectly satisfactory rem
edy at Peoples Drug .t ore. A\assco
tablets (don't forget the name) are
rt'connended by phyisCians and are
gUaanteeld to be pcrfectly harmles;.,
Siefse subst iti ue's. if you na inl not come
to our stroe, w) will mail taiseo to
- 0 BOX FREE~
Free Tassel) ('ou1pon1.
Tie Iasseo ('o,
Send me by return mail a 5Oe
box of your wonlelrfut obesity
treatment. I enclose ltR in silver
or stamps to help pay Postage and
i TO YOU BEYOND
PURCHASE AT 01
stock of New Goods at a
... .. .$375
... .. .$150
.. .. .$4.00 ,
U Dress ai11(1 a
apidly. Come Today ~
Some Things We Have
That YOU Ought To Have
Look over this list and when you
need any of the items listed below, re
member that in every line we carry in
stock goods of national reputation.
Always new goods and always an ar
ticle to suit you.
PARKER FOUNTAIN PENS
TOILET A TICLES
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
VISIT THIS STORE ON SCHOOL
FAIR DAY AND ENJOY THE MU
SIC OF THE VICTRO L A.
Powe rug Company
nd Get Your Share of the Bargains.