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Built right, of all new,
high-grade materials. 6-volt
Easily the best low. 11-plate
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West Laurens St.
(THREADED RUBBER INSULATION)
and %r Batteries
The Only Big Circus Coming to Laurens This Year
ALL cHILDREN 30c
UNDER AGE OF 12
ADULTS 75c (Including War Tax)
PRESENTING ON ONE STUPENDOUS
PROGRAM AND FOR THE FIRST TIME
IN ALL CIRCUS HISTORY
NOT MANY, BUT ALL THE
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WILL EXI-OBIT AT
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DIALS NE$WS *
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lVials, Oct. 2.-The meetings of the
Woman's Missionary society of this
place have been marked by much ac
tivity during the past month. A b x
of supplies has 'been sent to .the N,
toy House at Spartanburg. This was
followed by an enthusiastic meeting
held at the hospitable home of Mrs.
Floy(i Curry. On this occaswrn two
quilts were finished and later sent
to the mission school maintained by
the Methodist church at Brevard, N.
The ladles met early and the day
was pleasantly spent in plying the
needle, mingle(l with del ighifu l so
cial intercourse. At noon Mrs. Curry
invited all into .the ining room where
the handsomely appointed table fairly
groaned with all manner of good
things brought In the lunch baskets.
In the afternoon M1rs. Festus Curry,
in her own inimitalble style, entertain
ed all -with some recitations which
proved very enjoyable, as was shown
by the many encores she received.
Those why enjoyed tahe day were
Mesdaies: Vestus Curry, States Cur
ry, Dob) Gray, Julius Curry, Arthur
Curry, Conway Gray, Florence Ropp,
Beatrice Gray, Sam Curry, Broadus
Gray, John Curry, Willie Harris, Dunk
Curry, Jas. Armstrong, Townes Cur
ry, MINisses Susan and Lily Thomason,
D3ewey Armstrong, Fannie and Sallie
Brown.ee, Eimma Harris, Maggie D.
Curry, Mrs. Ena Harris and Mrs.
Dr. John -hiarrison, of Tigersville,
and Miss Alaggie -arrison, of Duncan,
were visitors of Miss Emma Harris,
'misses Lilly and Janotte Thomason
sent Sunday with friends in Green
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gillespie and
children, of Greonville, were the
week-end guests of Mr. Willie Harris
Miss Cecil Owings, of Conestee,
spent last week-end wit-h homefolks.
Miss Mlattle Simmons and Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Jefford, of Greenville, were
the guests last week-end of Mrs. H. Y.
Wir. Osteen McdCall has gone to
\Iullins where he 'has secured a very
The first council meeting of the
Opworth 'League met with the presi
lent, Miss Dewey Armstrong, on Tues
lay evening. After the policy had
cen decided upon and every detail of
he business for the month gone into,
he guests were lavited into the din
ng room where a delicious ice course~
was served, after Which a delightful
nusical and social hour -was spent by
The Epworth League gave a public
neoting at the church Sunday even
ig. The occasion was a de'bate be
sween 'Dials League and Greenpond
eoague on the ollowing subject: Re
iolved that the young people of today
tre not less frivolous than they seem.
)ials 'uipheid the negative and Green
)ond the affirmative, Both sides were
Ibly trepresentedl and some spiergdid
Irguments were advanced. The de
>aters from Green'tond were Misses
fettie 'May WillIs, Boulah Knight and
dir. ,Meli Willis, .while 'Misses Maggie
[I. Curry, Hattie Abercrombie and
allie Browniee represented Dials. The
iubject was wvell handled and Vroved
rery interesting to ethe large audience
)resent. However, after due consid
>ration the judges decided in favor
>f th negative side, The judges were
ilr. Lielvin 'Lipes, editor of the Foun
ain Inn .Tribune, Rev. Davi'd ,Black
well, of Quincy, 'Fla., and Mrs. J. Alvin
lurry, of Gray Court.
Mir. and Mirs. Henry Cheek, of Bel
on, and Mr. 'Luther- Cheek spent the
byeek-end wIth air. and Mrs. Zack
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ICKORY TAVFJN? NEWS *
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Hickory Tavern, Oct, 2.-The farm
rs of this section are very busy gath
~ring the small amount of cotton that
he boll weevils loft for thenm.
Quite a number of the Raibun people
Ittended the: association at Highland
Iome Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. .Abercrombie,
pent -last 'week with relatives in Lake
jity, and returned home last Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Iollams spent
sunday Wvith Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sum
UMrs. Walker Chestine was laid to
'Qst in the Rabun Creek cemetery last
Mrs. Florence League spent Satur
lay afternoon with -Mrs. J, eM, Sumerel.
Miss Carrie Stone left Satur'day for~
ier school in Leo county..
~Mr.' an'd Mrs. J. M. Sumerel sipent
sunday afternoon with Mr. J. R. Hel
ams and family.
'Mr. Joe Brownlee spent 'Sunday with
M!r. W., B. Bolt.
To Cur, a Cold in One Day
Ct~d 5~~~vsi ro en~apo.~o
" .jA JL*11l, 'it Luj7c
The Philosophy of Peggy
LN NEED NO D TO ROUS THEM WHEN C0.0
PEGGY: BAD COMMUNITY INFLUENCE IS NOT KILLED IN A DAY, BUT WITtd
PERZ.EVERANCE ONE SURMOUNT S ALL DIFFICULTIES.
Keep Your Eye on Peggy
Laurens Drug Co. Wharton Clothing Co. Davis-Roper Co.
Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles,
Stationery The Man's Store Department Store
. Sttionry I"Laurens Best Store-Quality
"The Rexall Store" Cash Clothiers - Suits Me Made it So."
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes
S M.& E. H:Wilke Hymen Luray Easterby 'Motor Co.
House Furnishers Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Dodge Brothers Motor Cars
Furniture, Stoves, Chinaware, Beady-to-Wear
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME PAY US A OALL
Minter Company Laurens Storage Laurens National
Cash Department Store Battery Company B tok
Willard Batteries and Service Capital and Surplus $100,000.00
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, statin 3T. 3. ADAMS, President
SHOES, MI.LLINERY Prompt and Courteous Service GEO. H. BLAKELY, Cashier
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Advertiser Printing Pw DrgCmay The Princess Theatre
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Wells Clardy Co. Peoples Loan & A. L. Mahaffey
Two Big Stores Exchange Bank
capital $100,000.00 FIRST CLASS BAKERY
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, LAURENS' OLDEST BANK
Notions W. A. WATTS, President Ask or Our Pullman Laf
C. W. TUNE, Cashier
J. C. Burns & Co. William Solomon L. B. Blackwell
Home of Reliable Jeweler
RED rON RACKET Solomon says: Printer and Stationer
More Goods for Same Money, If better work could lbe done, OFFICE & SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Same Goods for Less Money
Laurens Coca Cola W home Furniture Co
ToNext to Post Office T.orheel ro cer
Quench the Thirst With a BottleN io
of Delicious coca Cola Furniture, Stoves, Rugs, CrockB
Buy it By the Crate ery-Cemplte Home Furnishers Choice Vegetables in Season
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P ro Hough to See Well" Hardware, Agriculturl Imple
Quality High PricesP Low Watches and Jewelry Rpaird monte, Mill SUPlICs, Paintse
On the Square Diamonds Remounted 011s, Varnishes, Sporting Goods*
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R, -we Willis H. L* Roper & Coo BENCHOFFS
Furniture of All Kinds Lumber, Do Sash B 5 & 10 Cemnts Store
Musical Instruments we cIan Furnish Your Entire Bil "Buy It in Laurens"
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