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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, April 12, 1911, Image 5

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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Dr. Maxle McLees was in the city
Sunday.
Mrs. G. W. Babb and children were
in I aurei s last Fr'dav.
Mr. W. H. Leaman, of Cross Hill,
was in the city Friday.
Mrs. R. F. Fleming of Greenwood
is here on a visit to relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. David McClintock were
in the city Monday from Ora.
Mr. W. \V. Yeargin of Barksdale
was in the city Monday afternoon.
Mr. ami Mrs. M. A. Sumerel, of the
Ridge section, were In the city Mon
day
Miss Dorothy Owens of Clinton was
among the visitors in Laurens last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Gray, of Eden,
/.pent Sunday with Mr. ahd Mrs. John
Mahon.
Judge II. C. Watts spent Monday
night in the city witli Major W. A.
Watts.
Mrs. Nancy Owens and son were the
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Dahl)
Thursday.
Mr. A. Dabb, a resident of the Foun
tain Inn section, was a visitor in the
t^?y Friday.
iM'ss Nannie Dorroh spent Sunday
in Gray Court with her brother, .Mr.
S. Ross Dorroh.
Miss Lalla Mae Dial has returned
dome after an extended visit to rela
tives in Florida.
Dr. T. L. TImmerman lias returned
Dom a few days' visit to his old home
in Edgelleld County.
Qov. Coleman L, Dleaso passed
through Laurons Monday night on bis
way to Greenville.
Airs. James Powell, of Wilmington,
N. C, is in the city to attend the Sul
i 1 un-McLoes wedding.
Mrs Nettle Vance, accompanied by
Miss Mae Babb, were in Fountain Inn
!.asl Friday on business
'diss Bessie Roland has returned
Irtan Alken, whore she visited her sis
P)--, Mrs. W. .1. McNair.
Miss Eugenia Childs of Columbia,
aid Miss Clara Duekett, of Clinton,
a e visiting the Misses Jones.
Miss Lola Anderson, who has been
* lilting relatives in the city, return
^Uc',! to her home in Augusta Sunday.
.Mrs W. T. Dorroh who was painful
ly injured a few days ago by a fall,
though improving Is mending slowly.
Mrs. Rosa 1. Caine has returned
from a very pleasant stay in Chicago,
where she visited Mr. and Mrs. John
v. Garlington.
Miss Maude Sharpe, accompanied
by her friends Misses Leerlc and Al
Hinc Baldwin, visited several days in
? inceton last week.
Supt. J. II. Brannon. of Spartanburg
County, will he with Mr. Ceo. L. Pitts
P Iday night, coming down tu be at
Doclalmcrs t ontest.
?i;s. .1. N. Richardson and little son.
John, are spending some time in Jack
sonville, Fla., as the guest of her Sls
l< ?. Mrs. W. J. Reeves
Mr. W. L. Boyd. representing the
F ist Presbyterian church, is attend
lug the soring session ot Enoroe Pl'OS
bytery which met last night at Foun
tain Inn.
Miss Roberta Dorroh alter spend
ing a few days at her home here fol
lowing a very pleasant visit to Mrs.
. A. foster in Tlmmonsvllle. went
? i Cray Court Monday to visit at the
' .nie Of her brother. Mr. .1. Ross Dor
Kir. V. II. Cothran, locating engi
? er of the Piedmont & Northern Ry..
working between Spartanburg and
?eenvllle, spent Sunday In the city
With Mrs. Cothran who Is visiting at
:.:iO home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
j. A. Clardy.
Mr. A. C. Culbertson and son. of
;'-arksdale Station, were in the city
Monday. Mr. Culbertson is a new res
Wjont In the county, having recently
rcoved to his present home on the old
Darlington place, from Greenville
'ounty.
Mr. James R. Davis has returned to
his homo near Clinton where lie In*
?' nds spending the coming year on his
'other's plantation. It had been his
Lientlon to remain with Davis Roper
\\ Co.. during the coming season but
r." was forced to rettirn home on ac
? .unit of sickness in his family.
Misses Ulla and Ruble Babb, of
Fountain Inn visited their Kiandmoth
?;r, Mrs. Lewis MahAffey, Friday night
?1mA Satnrday, and Sunday they spent
?Ith Miss .Vivian Owons. Dr. and i
Mrs. J. W. Benson, Misses Mae and
Allie Bubb and Sadie Gray were also
there.
Union Meeting.
The Union Meeting of the Second
and Third sections of Laurens asso
ciation will meet with ML Olive, the
5th Saturday in this month.
Program.
10.00 a. m.?Devotional services by
J. O. Martin.
10.30?Quory?"What is the Normal
Condition of a Local Church Accord
ing to New Testament Teachings?"
Speakers: T. Ii. Drown and J. A. Mar
tin.
11.30 Query?"Why are not Chris
tians imbued with the Missionary
Spirit?" Speakers. Walter Baldwin
and W. B. Thayer.
Adjournment for dinner.
2.00 Query?"What is the teaching
of tho New Testament concerning
church discipline?" Speakers: t. H.
Butts and A. O. Alison.
3.00?Parental Responslbll ity:
1. "What should a child be taught?"
t. s. Langston.
2. "Difficulties of proper training."
11. II. Mahon.
">. "Dangers that threaten the home."
J. M. lludgens.
Sunday.
10.00?Devotional services, Edga
Davis.
10.30?Short talks by superintend
ents on the needs of the Sunday School
11.on?Sunday Sihool address by C.
B. Bobo.
11.30?Missionary sermon by A. O.
Alison or B. P. Mitchell.
Adjournment for dinner.
2.00?Query: "The annual or the
indefinite call, which?" J. 12. Martin.
T. B. Burns? H. L. Baggott.
The Union of the Fourth Division
Of Laurens Baptist Association will
meet with the Benverdtiin church, Sat
urday. April 20th. at 10.30. A. M.
Program.
10.::0?Devotional service led by the
moderator.
11.00?Discussion: "Are there few
that be saved?" Why? Luke 13:23-30
.1. A. Martin. W. II. Plnson. J. A. Cul
bortson.
' 12.00?Intermission
I. 30- "Peed my Bhcep." The sheep,
the food, and by whom given. John.
21:15.17. W. C. Whnrton, W. P. Brown,I
W. P. Turner, and C. Lewis Fowler.
2.",n -"Tho relation of a purified
church lo evangelical nnd spiritual
progress" John, 15th chapter. Titus.
2nd chapter. J, 11. Whnrton, J. H.
Motes. .1. A. Martin. .1. A. Smith.
3.30?Missionary conference and
period of prayer for the spread of the
gospel truth, led by the moderator.
Sunday Morning, April 30th.
10.00?Sunday School conference.
1. "Some important needs of the Sun
day School."
2. "How these needs mny be supplied."
"The spiritual conditions in our
State."
I. "The Sunday School as a factor in
improving these conditions."
The arangenionts for conducting
this conference arc to he supplied by
the Union.
II. 00?Missionary sermon by Uov.
C. ? owls Fowler or Hew J. A. Martin.
W. P. Culbortson, Sec.
HOW THEY STAND.
The following is how the contest
ants stood at the last count publish
ed by The Chronicle, showing the
lead.>rs In every district in which this
county is interested:
Lender for capital prize.
Mrs. Normn Shackleford, Au
gusta. 0?.01,095
Lender In South Carolina DIs
IVlCtS,
Miss Helle (Mover, Alken S. C. C5.S4?
Lead u" In Second District.
Miss Ruth Bnrksdhlo, Abbo
ville.'.1.S20
Lnttrens County Candidates,
Miss Maggie (Jarlington .. ..27.280
Miss Mary Teague.26,460
liss Liddlo Sloan .26,040
Miss jlllie Voting.14,820
Miss Lula Young.18,470
Miss Blanche Plnson.19,460
Miss Bthel MoDanlol.17,380
Miss Syria Morebend.21,220
Miss Etta Brownlee.38,640
Miss Anna Rhodos.2,100
Miss Amanda Glenn..',,120
Miss Ora Delle Hunter .. . .:!,S00
Miss Marie Mahon.2.280
Miss Ruth Martin.2,280
Miss N'lxa Sullivan.0,220
Miss Sallio Wolff.27,215
Miss Daisy Adams.27.820
Miss Annie Kate Chlldress .,49,940
? Miss H?ster Cooper.3,620
Miss W.vr.onn Chancey .. .. 7.640
Miss Laurence Culbertson ..48,190
Miss Lillian Crews.18,260
Miss Bessie lludgens.5,480
Miss Bessie Madden.5,160
Mr. T. H. Nelson.35.045
Miss Cornelia Patton.36,046
Miss Carrie Langston.28,920
Mis:; Beth Mitchell.31,220
Miss Odessa Hembree .. ..36,620
Miss Buphenla Thomson .. ..24,480
Mr. Duford Curry.10,860
Miss Mary Bagwell.2,100
Miss Ludle Taylor.29,840
Miss Louise Taylor.27.4 0
Miss Bertie Cunningham ..28,760
And that means housecleaning for those who
own their own homes and undoubtedly many
new homes to be furnished by those who do not.
At any rate?whatever you need?=one article
for home furnishing or a whole house full of new
goods?just remember that S. M. & E. H. Wilkes
& Co., will most satisfactorily and economically
supply your needs.
We are showing a very Attractive line of Fine
Buffets and Sideboards
ONLY $34.50
This is one of the newest designs, it is made of genuine quarter
sawed oak, all the material selected to match in color and grain, all
beautifully polished in a rich golden color, making one of the prettiest
pieces ever put on our floors, it is fitted with fine French Plate Mirror
size 38 X 16 inches, the case is 50 inches long and 23 inches deep, fitted
with latest Satin Finish Brass Rules.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Laurens, 5. C.
I Let Us Serve You! |
I # For we can do so to your Advantage and Per- J
J feet Satisfaction. J
? Specials For This Week! f
25 pounds Rice . $1.00 ?
17 pounds Sugar. 1.00 1$
Cream Cheese. .20?
1 lb can Salmon .10 ?
Best Ham. .17', ?
And anything in the fancy grocery line that ?
you may want you can always find at g
J. C. Shell & Company. |
I PURE COTTON SEED! jj
< i 11
;; I have for sale about 300 bushels of Smith's ;:
:: Texas Big Boll Cotton Seed, and 200 bushels
j ? Poland Cotton Seed. These seed are sound and in ?;
;; good condition. Price reasonable. ::
;I At my residence two and one-half miles east of ?j
! I Laurens. ;;
? H. L. BLAKELEY, Laurens, S.O. ::
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Trial Package by mall 10 cents.
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OfficcBarksdale Building.
LAURENS, S. C.
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In 1623, a copy of Shakespeare sold for $5. In
1886 Oliver Wendell Holmes was offered this same
book for $4,000. But had $5 been out at compound
interest (4 percent.) in 1623, it would have amounted
in 1886 to $160,000.
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