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Mr. J. A. Smith spent last Thursday
Mr. John W. William? spent Satur
day in town.
Mr. S. Poole Holt was a visitor hero
Mr. W. K. Cray of Gray Court was
hero for salesUay. .
Mr. Wallace Sanders from Mt. Bothel
was hero Monday.
Mr. Milton B. McCucn vlisted friends
hero lust Thursday.
Mr. Ruf US Wileutt from Cross Hill
Bpent Monday in town.
Mr. Herhort Abercromble attended
the sales here Monday.
MrH. H. W. Cheek spent the day in
Laurena last Wednesday.
Mr. Lev! Stone from Harmony was
Mr. L, M. Dial, of Owlngs, Konto 1,
was in the city Saturday,
hero on business Monday.
Mr. Win. S. Bolt of Shiloh had bus
iness iti tlte City Monday.
Miss Sadie Sullivan spent the week
Mr. .1. Ahe ('oats was in Laurens on
Monday from Friendship,
end here with hoinefolks.
Mr. Jeromiah Stone came in from
Mt. Bethel to spend Monday.
Mr. Tom Peden of Cray .'Court was
here on business Monday.
Mr. Win. I). Benjamin of Mountvillo
lt. F. D. was here Monday.
Among those In town last Saturday
was Mr. .1. Frunze Shoekly.
Mr. H. Frank Tumblin was here on
business one day last week.
'l>r. A. C. Fuller wsus among the vis
itors here for a day last week.
Mr. J. K. lOlledge spent Monday her?:
coming in from Poplar Springs.
Mr. Jno. Q. Brown from Laurens
lt. F. I)., spent Monday In the city.
Mr. Ii. M. Million from the Itabun
Creek section was here Saturday.
Mr. lt. Ii. Cray came down from
Cray Court Monday to attend sales.
Mr. William Mahon came in from
Mernn to spend the day last Friday.
Mr. Ludy T. Trlbblo or Colly Grove
came In to spend the day Saturday.
'('apt. W. A. McCllntock of Orn was
In Laurons lust Thursday on business.
Mr. .lohn y. Benjamin from near
Mountvillo spent Monday in the city.
Mr. J. M. Ilellams of the Friendship
section spent the day here Monday.
Mr. L. F. Abercrombie from the
Kahun section spoilt Monday in the
Miss Rkinn Owens of Cray Court
was a visitor in Laurens last Th?rs
Mr. S. C. Hill of Owlngs Station
was here on a business trip last Mon
Mr. W. Irby Kllcdge was here from
Boyds Mill to spend the dry last Sat
Mr. A. S. Riddle was among the,
visitors here last week from Oray
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. Hobo left
Monday for Spartanburg to visit their
Mr. Ludy Baldwin came In from
Hickory Tavern to in mi the day
Mr. Edd Knight, who lives In Green
ville county came In Monday to spend
Miss Minnie Doi'iOli spent several
<hi>s last week In Spartanburg and
Mr. .1. F. Knight of near Waterloo
was a business visitor her?! one day
Mr. Wylle C. Smith was circulating
among friends in the city for a day
Mr. Dock Traynham was here on
business Monday, having come in for
Mr. T. Jeff Crawford had business in
Laurens last Friday, coaihiK in from
Mr. Tom I. Colcman came up from
his homo near Mountvillc to Bpcnd
tln> day Monday.
Mr. Jno. W. Kellott was here Mon
day for the opening of court and to
attend the sales.
Mr. James F. IJoper of Hickory Tav
ern was her?' for tin; opening of court
and for salesday.
Mr. W. 1'. Harris of Youngs Store
was among those in Laurens the first
part of the week.
Mr. Frank Davis of Princeton was a
business visitor in Laurens the latter
part of the week.
Mr. Luther L. Pitts from the Hen
derson ville district came in to spend
the day last Friday.
Mr. Gep. n. Brown of Sngotown was
among the prominent young farmers
horo last Saturday.
Mr. I. M. Smith of Kinartls was
here for the opening of court ami for
tin- sabs last Monday.
Mr. Walter B. Smydor of the Hickory
Tavern section came in last Wednes
day to spend the day.
Among those in the city last Fri
day was Mr. R. Walsh Taylor from
tin* Pea UidK?' section.
Mr. Voting Vance, who is now assist
ant to the state treasurer, was a vis
itor in the city Monday.
Mr. J. L. Todd from the lower Pea
Ridge section was here the latter part
of the week on business.
Miss Charlotte McGowan has been
visiting Miss Mary White, of Spartan
burg, for the past few days.
Messrs. James 11. Carlisle and Thos.
J. Sullivan were among those here
from Mt. Bethel last Saturday.
Mrs. J. J. Pluss is visiting friends
In Hcaufort and Augusta and will at
tend the Georgia-Carolina fair.
Rev. and Mrs. John 13. Carlisle, of
Nev/berry, are In the city visiting Mrs.
Carlisle's mother, Mrs. Mary Roland.
Mr. J. R. Redden and son B. R.
Redden of Ware Shoals were among
those In the city Thursday of last
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Masters, of An
derson, are visiting the latier's broth
er, Mr. T. M. Diwer, and Mrs. Diwer
Miss Sadie Sullivan, who Is leach
In/; this year at Cross Anchor, spent
the week-end in the city with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Sullivan.
Misses Cattle Kate and Ruth Kaster
by spent several days of last week
as the glints of Miss Annie Mae Law
son In Columbia. They are now vis
iting in Dillon.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Davis of Ware
Shoals were in the city shopping last
Thursday. Mr. Davis has recently
purchased an Overland touring car
from Mr. Rasor of Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McXair. of Alken,
arrived in the city Saturday to visit
Mrs. McNalr's mother, Mrs. Mary Ro
land. Mr. McNalr returned to Alken
Monday, but Mrs. McNalr is still in
Mrs. John Hicks was called to Al
lendale Monday because of the sud
den death of her mother, Mrs. Dr.
Breeden. The body of Mrs. Brenden
was found lifeless in bed early Mon-1
day morning, she evidently having
died suddenly and painless some time
during the night.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE ISROiyO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Hendnc^e .nnd works off the Cold.
Dnurgists refund nuniey if it fails to cure.
V.. \V. GROVIC'S Signature on each boK. 25c.
N. B. Dial A. C. Todd
Attorney^ at Law ?
Enterprise Dank Building, Laurene, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Money to loan on Real Estate?Long
DURING THIS WEEK
Teachers of the County to Gather Here
Friday and Saturday of This Week
Below is given a program of the
Teachers institute which meets here
on the 6th to 8th of this month. This
Is the first meeting of the kind ever
held in the State, its object is pro
fessional assistance for each and ev
ery teacher of the county. Every
teacher In the county Is expected to
be present. Homes will be arranged
for those who request It. Trustees
are urged to see that their teachers
are here for the first meeting. All
the meetings are open to the public,
especially the evening sessions, which
will he especially interesting. There
will be no long sessions, nor long
Thursday Fuelling, Nov. uth, 7.!i0.
1'rayor by Rev. M. L. Lawsoo.
Introductory remarks by Coo. L. Pitts,
Co. Supt. of Bd.
Welcome address by Mr, B, L, Jones,
Pres. Co. Teachers Association.
Illustrated Lecture?"The country
school of tomorrow with pictures
from today."?Mr. \V. K. T?te,
State. Supervisor of Schools.
Friday Morning, .Nov. 7th.
!? to 9.16?'Chapel exercises.
0.16 to 10.45?Observation of work In
the city schools of Laurens.
10.4.r> to 11?Rest period.
11 to 12?Posslblity of using observ
ed 'methods in country schools.
12 to 2?Dinner.
Some good and some poor methods of
teaching which wo hame seen.?
Miss Sndio Goggans, Supervising
Teacher of Newheriy; Miss W11
ixm Gray, Supervising Teaching of
Laurens: Mr. W. K. T?te. State
Supervisor of Schools.
Making the Daily Program?
(a) Eacll teacher submit her pro
posed programme for the year,
lb) Methods of saving time?com
bining classes, telescoping recita
tions, alternation of years.
Host period?12 minutes.
Cietting the children in school?
(a) Reasons for non-attendance,
(b Reasons for irregular attend
(c) "How I managed a had case
The host form of school entertainment
The best ways to raise money for
Friday Kreiling, 7.30.
Prayer by Rev. C. F. Rankin.
School facts and conditions in Lau
rens county.?Mr. J. A. Stoddard,
Assistant State Superintendent of
Some educational wastes.?Mr. W. H.
Hand, State High School Inspector
Sattirduy Morning, 0 O'clock.
Prayer by Rev. L. P. McGee.
Some plans for the year.?Geo. L.
Pitts, County Superintendent of
The relation of the school to the com
(a) The School Improvement As
(b) The county school fair.
(c) The corn club and tomato club.
(d) The experimental plot.
Using the farm arithmetic.
Rest period. I
General discussion of management
Health problems of the school.
A short session of the Laurens County
Hallowe'en at Sandy Springs.
The Hallowe'en entertain .nent at
Sandy Springs school was a success
from beginning to end. The school
rooms were appropriately decorated in
Autumn leaves ami jack-o'-lanterns. A
Hallowe'en souvenir was pinned on
each guest on entering. The children,
who were trained by the very efficient
teachers, .Misses Cunninghalm ami
Simpson, acted their parts splendidly,
from the fortune teller and the old
witch, who unsealed your fate, down
I to the black cat and rag dolls. The
crowning of the queen by the fairies
was good. The clowns, ghosts and lit
tle bunnies added much to the amuse
| mont of the evening. Mother Nature,
I Jack Frost and Little Red Ridinghood
were represented well. The lunch of
sandwiches, chocolate and coffee given
by the school was enjoyed by the
guests. The school was delighted with
the collection of $12.:'.o which will be
used for the improvement of the
school rooms. j
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Hnve you overworked your nervous sys
tem and caused trouble/with your kid- I
neys and bladder? Hiyvo you pains in
loins, side, back and b adder? Have you I
a flabby npponrnnce at the faro, and un
der the eyes'' A frr\ouicnt desire to pass I
urlno? If so. William' Kidney Tllla will
cure you?DrupRlst, Price 60c.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO..'Prop,.. Cleveland. Ohij
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens, S. C
SPEAKS WELL OF LOCAL FIRM.
Southern Drainage and Oood Read?
Magazine Speaks in Most Conanen
datory Terms of Local Engineering *
The following from the Southern
Drainage and flood Roadl Magazine
will bo read with interest here as it
has reference to the local firm at
McCrady Bros. & Cheves, the engi
neering firm recently located in Lau
In opening the Department of In
quiry, beginning in this issue, it ie
felt tliat the magazine Is offering its
readers something really worth while,
and we are confident that the Depart
ment will prove Itself to be of value
in many ways. No charge is made
for any information furnished through
tHs department, and any one is invit
ed to submit problems that puzzle
them concerning drainage, road build
ing, land clearing, and so on, to the
Editor of the Department for solution.
The Department is conducted by
McCrady Bros. & &Chovcs. Incorporat
ed engineers and contractors of Char
leston, and Lauren.;, S. C, who have*
been engaged to solve any probleme
submitted. This firm is well known
for its reliability, and any information
furnished by them for the Department
may be considered expert. Mr. .lohn
McCrady, Editor of the Department,
was for many years connected with
the Erie Kail road, before opening aa>
oflice in Charleston and Laurens, S. C.?
and he has had considerable experi
ence in the engineering features of
drainage, road construction, ami farm
ing problems, which well fit hum to be
editor of such a department.
Henry Counts' Assailant Convicted.
D. I>, Dixon, who it will be remem
bered made an attack upon Mr. Henry
Counts of this city in Greenwood
several months ago. indicting severe
Wounds, was tried at the court of gen
eral sessions for Greenwood county
last week and found guilty of assault
and battery of a high and aggravated
nature. He was sentenced to pay x
fine of $200 or to serve G months in
the penitentiary or upon the public
works of the county. It is stated that
the case will he appealed to the su
preme court. Although Mr. Counts
hrs recovered from the injuries ho
still bears the scars of the wounds
made with some heavy instrument.
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR.
PORTHB/S ANTISlil'TIC HKAUNQ Oll,, n sur
gical dfessitiK that relieves pain and heals at
the same time. Not a liniment. 25c. 50c. $1.00.
Till: STOKE WHERE ALL YOU HI V
WIM, STAND THE TUST OE
I'KM'E AND QUALITY.
A Surpassing Exhibit
THE STORE WHERE I'KICE AND
QUALITY MINGLE IN l?ER
IT! CT HARMONY.
of Winter Wearables!
Cold Weather has come to stay according to the Weather Man, and therefore you had better prepare for the
Winter now by purchasing your Winter Wearables at Switzer's, where you obtain the best values at
the Lowest Prices. From all the markets we have gathered the cream of the most fashionable
and serviceable merchandise, and with each purchase from us is included a Guarantee
of satisfaction. Note the offerings of this week carefully and come
join the numbers who crowd our aisles daily.
Dry Goods Department
32-inch all-woo] Suiting, only.25
?'5?;-inch Poplar Cloth, all colors.25
36-inch all-wool Serge, only. .50
54-inch all-wool Panama, navy and
1412 Silk Stripe Novelty. 27-inch, .. .25
1*2.1 Silk Stripe Crepe,'27-inch.25
LADIES, .MISS KS AND CM i Id HiKN 'S
Red, White and Navy Cor small chil
Red, Navy and White, all-wool Sweat
ers for Misses and Boys, only . . 1.00
Red, While. Ton and Navy. Sweaters
for Ladies from. ...2.00 to 3.00
Ladies' heavy rib Vests only.25
Children's and .Misses' Vests, all sizes.
oach from.15 to .25
Ladies Knit Skirls.25. .50 and 1.00
Special this week Ladies Hose, heavy
quality two pair for.25
No. 96 10-inch hack Corset, onlv.50
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' SHOES
Latent Button, white top.3.00
Tan blueher and button.3.00
\sk to see the Shearwood Shoe, vici
blueher and button, gun metal blll
cher and button, patent blueher
and button, your choice.2.50
.Misses' white top Shoes 2.00. 2.50 and 3.00
Misses' and Children's Shoes in all
leathers .1.00. 1.25. 1.50 ami 1.75
Women's Everyday Shoes, cap or plain
toos.1.25 nnd 150
SPECIAL MEN'S SHOES
Ask to see J. E. French Shoes for men.
Tan blueher and button, gun metal
blueher and button, patent blueher
and button, guarantee proposition
Good value in all leathers?wc can
show you the shoes that will please
your feet, also your pocket-book at 3.50
Tan button and blueher.3.00
Oun metal button.2.50
Hoy's School Shoes in all leathers
at..1.25,1.50,1.75 and 2.00
Men's Work Shoes 1.75, 2.00. 2.25
2.50. 3.00 and.3.50
Wash Goods Department
36-inch Percale only.10
27-iltch best Dress Gingham, only .. .10
1921 best quality Outing, now.10
26- inch all-wool Red Flannel.20
27- inch all-wool Red Flannel.25
25-inch half wool White Flannel.15
27-inch all-wool White Flannel.20
27-ineh cotton Flannel, worth 12 l.-2e
Best qualuity Calico only.05
36-inch Sea Island, heavy quality ...0712
LADIES' READY TO WEAR DEPART
Special all wool Serge Suit .10.00
Special all-wool Serge Skirts only .. 5.00
Suits, all sizes, worth $15.00 only .. 12.50
Special Ladies' Black Coat, only .... 3.50
Special Ladies' Black Coat, worth $6.00
Wc only ask you to give us the pleasure
of showing you through this department.