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'8 Local and Persgonal Xmntion 8
Mr. Charl Wharton of Waterloo
spent the day here Monday.
Mr. John R. Heli'ns spent Mondpy
in Laurens on business.
Miss May Riser, of Birmingham, Ala.
Is the guest of Miss 'Wessie Lee 'Dial.
Mr. Edd Wilson of Hendersonville
'was here yesterday on business.
Mr. 'Welly Abercrombie was here
Tuesday from Rabun.
Mr. Nesbit Mahon visited in the city
Mr. W. P. Harris was here on a <busi
ness trip yesterday.
Mr. John Gray spent Tuesday in the
Mr. Hugh S. Wallace 'from Shiloh
spent yesterday here on business.
Mr. Bill Peterson was a visitor in
the city on Tuesday.
Mr. John W. Lanford of Ora was I
among the Monday visitors in the city.
Mr. G.W. Stegall of Hickory Tavern
was here Monday.
Mr. William P. Brown froih Route
Three was here yesterday on business. I
Mr. George H. Brown motored in
from the Sagetown section Tuesday to
spend thq day. '
Mr. Tom Knight brought a load of I
cotton in from Hickory Tavern Tues- I
Mr. Drate Todd of Barksdale spent f
the day in the city y6lerday on busi
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Hellams and
little child from Dials township were
In the city shopping yesterday.
Mr. Leonard Abergtomlite, -magts
trate of Sullivan township spent yes
terday in the city.
Mr. William Mihon of the Merna a
community came in Tuesday on busi- c
Mr. Dempsey Watkins from Burnt
Factory spent. a short while here the I
first part of the week.
Mr. Tom Sanders was among tihe
business visitorsm here friom the Rabun
Mr. W. P. Hipp who lives in the 3
Milam Branch section came in yester
day to spend the day on biusiness. t
Mr. John Langston of the Farms v
Dial Place spent yesterday in Laurens, 3
returning to his home in the evening.
Mr. Charlie Taylor who is now mak- C
ing his home in dreenwood spent
Sunday here with relatives. I
Mr. Sims Irby, of ~Columbia, has
been spending a few days in the city E
with friends. C
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thames, of C
Charleston, spent the week-end in the
city with Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Aiken.
'Mrs. Albert Dial returned to the city a
Saturday after a pleasant visit to rela
tives in Bristol, Tenn.
Mrs. C. E. Parker and little girl will C
leave Saturday for Cookville, Tenn., to
join Mr. Parker. 9
Miss Mary White, of Spartanburg,
has returned home after Visiting Mrs. '
J. W. Todd and 'Mrs. F. P. McGowan. ti
Mr. John B. Bagwell of Poplar 1)
Spr'ings was among the visitor's in the f~
Mr. W. I'rby Elledge came down from p
lloyds Mill Monday to spend the day ui
In the city. ii
Mir. Luther' D. Hitch from the lower 4~
Pea Ridge section spent the day her'e a
Mi'. JTames A. 'Coats or the Fr'iend- i
ship section was here for the day on
Mir. A. C. Phillips who lives near r
lloyds Mill, came in Monday on a busi5- U
Mr. and Mm's. W. C. Raisor' of Cross t
Hill w ieie among the risitors here lasth
Mi'. W. W. Yeargin was among the c
flarkcsdne visitors in the city last Mon
Mr'. 11. V. Jienninmgs from Laur'ens
Route Tiwo came in Monday to spendl
the day attending to business. tI
-Among the Mountville visitors in the o,
city last Monday were Messrs Thos J. in
Coleman and Conway Dial-.c
Mr. Alexander Grifln was amogg the mi
Enioree visitors in the city the' first
part of the wveek. 'ci
' At Our ]
To folks who hav
anne Coffee a chance
make this offer.
Buy a pound can. In
home be sure to use just ha
nary cheap coffee. Then i
go to the store you bought
money back. That sounds
Get It From
Mr. JOhn Pat Madden of the 'Rabun
Dreek section *as here on business
Mr. W. H..Balentine who lives near
Ware Shoals spent the day ir) the city
Mr. Herbort Aborcrombie of Rabun,
eisited in the city on Monday of this
Mr. Ton 'Simpson, who lives near
rumblin Shoals, was here on business
Capt. W. A. McClintock came down
Ionday from Ora to spend the day on
Miss Laura Gray, of Gray Court,
pent several days last week in the
ity with Miss Wil. Lou Gray.
Mrs. 1D. D. Peden, of Gray Court,
isited her sister, Miss Beta Meredith,
Mr. Calhoun McGowan, of Charlotte,
pent the week-end with his parents,
dr. and Mrs. F. P. McGowan.
Mr. Albert Hellains was a visitor
kore the early part of the week. Mr.
lellams resides in the Hickory Tavern
Mr. :Edell Wilson oC the Hickory
.avern section was among the busi
tess visitors here the early part of the
Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Hiers and little
aonnie, spent a very pleasant Sunday
vith the family of Mr. Miller Curry,
icar Dials church.
Miss Mary Ferguson left Saturday
or Greenwood where she will visit
irs. C. C. 2eatherstone for several
Mrs. J. J. Pluss will leave soon for
n extended visit to relatives kin San
'rancisco, Riverside and San Diego,
Mr. Dick Owings and wife, and Miss
little Owings attended the funeral
ervices of Mr. Pearlie Moore at Dials
Mrs. .J. H1. Boyd has returned from
Vashington, ). C., accompanied by her
lece, Mrs. Clara IKkhart Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs. L. F]. Buriis and family
lotored to Greenwood Sunday and
pent the dIy ais the guests of Mr. and
Irs. J. C. Burns.
Miss 'Gharlotte' McGowan, who is
aacihing now in Easley, splnt the
reek-end in the city with her parents,
Ir. and Mrs. F. P. McGowan.
Mrs. M. C. Bowen and, Mrs. R. E.
opeland have returned to the icty
fter a visit of several months in-To
Rev. and Mrs. Preston B. Marion, of
umter, are spending awhile in the
ity 'With Mrs. Marion's father, Dr. W.
Mr. J. Edwa'rd Hart, who is now
iaking his home in Cleveland, 0., is
pending several days in the city
Mrs. George Foulk and daughter, of
olumbia, have returned home after
pending a short time here as the
uests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Higbe.
Mr. Roy Boyd, for several years with
odd & Simpson, has accepted a posi
on willi the Brooks Hardware Com
any where he will be glad to see his
Capt. J. M. Philpot, Miss Marie Phil
at, Mr. and Mrs. JT. R. Murff, motored
p to 'Clemson College Sunday return
g same afternoon. They carried a
cll filled hamper of eatables and had
spriead on tile college campus.
Messr's Plirce Moore, Boyce Myers, Cl
arvie Terry and Nat Richardson,
ent over to Union Sunday In 31r. Ho
yer's Ford. It being Sunday, they i
sport that the 11(1 was oin tight in
Mr. J. L. Bloyd1, of Mounitville, was in We
se city oil busiiness Mond(ay. Besides
is pri'eent cr'op, Mr. Boyd says that he i
ill has forty bales of last year's -al
op on h~andI and it still hloldimng for
Mr. W~alter' Moore, formerly one of
e Advertiser force but now far'ming hig
mar Madlden S'tation, was a visitor Inl (U
Ce city Saturday afternoon, lIe is h10
IC of the young farmers wh'io is ma1k-- of
g good by working hard, raising ne.- by
bssitics at home and making cottonl a Hto
oney crop). noC
Mr. and Mrs. T. .J. Bialoek and era5
illdren, of Clinton, spent thle week- Mr
S vi~ ill
never given Luzi
to please you, we
snaking the coffee at"
If asnmuch as of ordi- of I
F you are not satisfied, ""
it from, and get your m
reasonable doesn't it. e
f'our Grocer "w
A well equipped
one of the natural
every good hoi
This is the greati
tunity you will ev<
make your kitchen
convenient, at a
You are not the sort
pect your wife to go alo
year with no better co
the kitchen than your
had. Men, nowadays, do
with a cradle as gran
don't write letters with
work in the sho) with ou
You have things up-to
work. You bet you do,
3 Square Meal
right along too. Listen,
fair to the' wife to let I
with old-fashioned V
household eqipiniot wl
have One of these now H
cled tomorrow for only I
not. You ican all right
like to -have a convenionl
Just Hand Us
We will int one of ti
Hoosiers in your home
low you will think we
ourselves. The Hoosier
us make these prices till
troduce these ne wmode
so far below the market
ply because enormous I
have made big factory
your wife gets the benef
one of these at our risk.
Send one of these
lar now: then a dollar
net and hand back yo
I with Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Young.
Ir. and Mrs. Tr. M. Divv'er and Mlr.
Martin, of Anderson, spent Sulnday
tile city withl relatives.
Ir. J. W. Powell, of Wilmington, N.
is in tihe cIty for the Caine-Powell
liss Minn Faul, of Baltimore, Mdl.,
3xpectedl in the city today for the
J1. Frank lRamageI~ Dead.
fr. J. Frank Rlamage, an aged and
tly resplected citizen of tihe Holly
>ye siction of thue county, (lied at his
ao Monday nlight f a complication
liseases, is death theing hastened
old age. Hie was burled inl thle
ly Grove cemetery yesterday after
n1, mfany of Ils friends and admlir
being present to bear a last tribute.
Rlamage was in tile 87thl years of
age and had lived a. lon~g and use
life, lie foughlt bravely in tile war
wveen tile sections and hlad many
loits of valor -to his credit. After
war h~e gave hlimfself over to peace
iursuIts and made a good citizen.
was a member or thle Holly Grove
hodist church an~d was one of its
ingest supports. He is survived by
son, Mr. Albert Ramnage, and a
ghter, Mrs. Tom Simpson, of Gold
Genleral Grant's Atire.
was at tile closing exer'cises of one~
he plilc schlools in Boston' thlat
'jorie wvas r'eading a comnpositloni
er own "Grant's Work in tile Civil
".She got on most creditably uin
hie reached Lee's surrender at Ap
attox courthlouse. Sile thlen relat
lOW Lee wore is swordl andl was
dsomlely attiredi in full uniforni
ile Grant," she0 announced "hlad
nothling but an old, ragged uniion
"----Pi tburgt Chronice-Telegrnnh.i
(Highest Award, Panama-Pac
If You Li
f man to ex
ng year after
n't cut wheat
a quill, or
date in your
and you ex- -
a Day c
men ! Is it by partitions or
or get along
Ien you caln
I. Of course '
ese flye now
Lt a price so
3 week to In
s. 'They are
t. Send her
HOOSIER SPECIAL F
'ROLL DOOR HOOSIE
HOOSIER DE LUXE
our tomorrow sure. Coie in earl
a week for a few weeks. That is i
ir money with a smile. Do this m
& E. H. 'I
BLE:ASE (dVES P'LATFOR1M3. [
Speaks Befor'e Large Crowdi at Green.
Greenville, Oct .--In declaring
here Satu rday that he would he a can
didate for r'e-elect ion for governor of
South Carolina next Summner, former
Gov. 'Cole L. Illease defended his liar
don rec0ord(, deled P( he favloredl local
opt1ion, Opiposed the open1 saloon, ad1
vocated lynching of the ravisher, con
demned the Tax Commission, stating
that it "as not giving the corporations
a square deal, and( statedl that the min
isters should1( stay in the pullilt and(1
eanse mixing in politics.
Three thousand 1)eople heard
* * 9 e 9*9*wee S ** *
* TYLERISVILLE NEWlS. *
ese e * e S S. e e. . .
Tylersville, Oct. 4.-There will be
an lee cream supper at Sandy Springs
school1 house Friday night, October' 8,
beginning at '7:30 o'clock. The public
is cordially invited to attend.
Rev. J. F. JTacobs of Clinton, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mr's. F. W. Little.
Mr. JToshua C. Poole spent Sunday
with Mr. Raymond Cox near' framletts.
Miss Lillie Peterson was in town
Miss Mabel Plume attended tihe
teachers meeting in Laurens Saturday.
iM's. J1. L. C'ooper and chlildrenOt 5pent
Sunday with Mr's. M. 0. (Clark and(
Mr. and Mr's. C'. R. Cooper and Mr.I
('laud Cooper of Whitmnire v'isited recla
tives near' Cross Anchor Sunday.
Miss Lucy Little was in Laurens,
See our1 men's all wool blue serge
suits at $10.00. -j1
fie Exposition, San Francisc
r Wife a
is "HOOSIER BEAUTr
The National Step Saver
-at $9 LESS than standard prices--w
.ble and white enamel cupboards.
-mildway between the Hoosier Wonde
leauty in convenience-and equal to
-the only kitchen cabinet with
are removable and sanitary-no
partitions catch dirt or dust.
-the National Step Saver; most comp
ractical kitchen cabinet ever made;
abinet in the world.
-all white enamel inside and out-a
f remarkable beauty.
y before some of these styles are
A1. If she isn't delighted, we w
uich for your wvife NOW. You o
FOW(11LERI NEWIS. *
p * * e * * e * * * * . * , ,
Fowler, Oct. 4.-Mrs. Fannie .Jay
Iaddlon anid son C'halmers, of Abbe
le, visited her cousin Mirs. .L. A.
Lowier last week; and1( back to memi
>r'y dlear. Oh! these happy memories.
Mlr. W. C. IBrown,, onie otf our1 neigh
)(*s went to Sipartanbu~rg last week,
o a enneieri specia list, to have one tak
ni ouit. The t reatminent is ext remnely
evereC hut from prlesentI inadieantions
viii be succeessful. Mi'. Brown Is ex
llubit ing a g reat d(eal of st oleism ini
he trying ordeal.
i'. andi .\rs. Frank Parsons, of' Lan
ord(, wecre seeing the latter's parents,
Iir. andi Mrs. C. B. Taylor, last week.
Mir. and Mirs. W. W. Owens visited
'elatires in Greenville last week.
Mliss Lola Belle Poole, one of our'
nuchi adlmiredl young iadies, was a
tilest of M\iss C'arie Fow~ler' Saturday.
R~ev. Mlr. Mar'tin, of Cross 11111, will
'reach at Warrior Creek next Sabbath.
The W. M1. U., presided over bly Mirs.
Alura Burns and Mirs. Ada Yeargin,
Iso the B. Y. P. U., whose leader Is
liss Etta Br'ownlee, each held call
ietings at Warrior Cr'eek Saturday,
his being the day or near' it, to raise
undis for state missions.
R1ev. I. N. Kennedy and family,
Ir's. M\ary Kennedy, our aunt, from
)ue West, were the enjoyable guests
f I's. J1. A. Fowicer Wedlnesday'.
Mi'. and .\irs. TPoy Dr'ummondi andl
hiildren, of Lanfor'd, wecre visiting
The l lentiy Lau rens chapter, 1). A.
.will hold( its next meeting at the
esidenee of i's. Lamar Smith, Fridlay
fternoon Octobei' 8th at. 4 o'clock.
Mir. W. L.Gry Soec.
L) W II"
it a liu
roil doors that
cubby holes or
iete and most
all gone. Just a dol
ill take back the cabi
we it to her.
Fri'iii'idt the Natives.
\ir. S. C'. hiodges (Sam), of Green
wood, was a visitor In the city for a
shiovd "spel" \V~ed nesdIay a fternoon on
his way lhomie friomi alteanldance upon01
thle meef'tigs of Pr1esbtery a 1' t Ow ings.
'This was .\l p. I lodges' hjrst visit to
Lrens sin(e hie was a bioy a-bout steen
01 soi yearis ago and( aftier a short tour
oif thle bus~iness seion Ofl0 the city lie
.smoke ini very comlimentiary terms of
its up1-o-date and miodlerni appearanae~
Sitting in thle Adv~ert iser' o llee and re
n e ng back to t hatI memorab~'lhie visit
ot hiis tathler' veintur esome~ boyhood, ho
gave a tew imlpr'essionis of his stay at
that time. Th'ie inC iden t that stood out
mlost tiromiinently in his ind)'s eye, he
said, was the kreat st'r and Conster'
natio 10)r'eated among a gr'oup of old
er'ly citizens or the town when lie was
dliscflvered on the~ tolp-most lpinnaCle
of the lien Della hotel, t hen in course
of construetlton and considered by the.
pr'oudt Laurens citizens as somlewhat of
a skyscraper, lie told of the breath
less waiting and watching by the
crowd below while leisurely but la
borioulsly he Climlbed back to what
they Considered safety again. "H-ow the
temipus do fugit," lie said withl a sigh
and reminiscent smile, as he pointed
out the site of the old liotel building
where now standls the handsome Lau..
rens Hotel. Mr. Hodges is now super
intendenit of' one of thle most5 flourish
lng Suinday schools in tile state no0w,
is a ver'y successful business man of
the "'Witndy City'', beinig lpropr'ietor of a'
hlodges 'Jrttg Store, wholesale and re
tail driug dealers, besidles hav'ing oth
er and vartied accompilishment s, in..
clugling a de voted ,f wfeland young
P~esCaredin 6to 14 Bays
'Vone drglwt 'wIll rekse~d amoney It ?zo
O'INTMENifl inils to enre ny case of Jtuahing,
Blind, Bileedilng or P'rctruintg Pie In 6 to 14 day..
The fihst applIcation Zi.u ca nnc amdt, $O c'