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A^ A" A" "A^ tAt at A^ VA" "A" "A~ | Call and Let I *. And Demonstrate | this j X Insurance I Gasoline X Range | ^ to you. The/only I safe stove to use. !J ^ Let us tell you | X WHY I I Union Har x Phone 34. 4444444444444 | Answering 1 4 How much money can 4 can reason like this: V\ 4- takes $7 for my board a 4 and carfare, $5 for cloth 4 this I can deposit reguk 4 This would give me $104, 4 It is clearly seen that 4 have quite a snag sum of 4 tained so easily that the i 4 so lone" before nskincr vr 4* then making the start. 4 week, lay by some of wl 4* grow under our interes 4* latin^ here?now. 4* (The Old * Merchants | Nations T OF UNIO c, F. M. FAKK, President. iP l r\ a nmii i _ J. 11. A It 1 II x CAPITAL AND SI -r I**" " r|*4?f|?4?4,4?4'4?4i4,Hfe,,l?4i1 1 JUST RE ,| A Lot of 5 Ply ^ SEE US BEF01 ^ See us for Plumbing, Ti Tin or Plumbing Line. ^ We are also agents for ^ Barn Roofing to be had at / ^ Let us Gutter your hoi ^ We have as good Roof Pi by getting Tinners to pai ji we always stop them. "J Estimates Furnishei | Union Plur | Electri ^ J. E. KIRBY. V * Phone 205-J 27 E. 5 T t|j l|j l"|j t*|j t*|j ttyj up t'p lp l|"j u'jl l|j l Bailey Undertal The only licensed embalmers i Union. We save our patrons wor of all anxiety when arrangements will bring an experienced and coi of the county. FOR QUICK AND EFFIC Office Phone 10ft. ? M. Bonner, Licensed Embalmer and Underta Farm Lands a 4SS acres of land only 1 S. C., (Union county). 2 t AA 1 <* .1 iuu acres unaer ience, mi Healthy locality? Knowr For a quick cash deal, $7 Titles Guaranteed. E. F. K ] JONESVIL 4 4 4 4 ii^ii A^A t Us Explain | dware Co. I y Main Street. V x 4^4 A^A A^A A^A A^A A^A A^A A^A A^A 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4* 4* 4? 4? 4? 4? X the Question J I put aside weekly? You 4? ^ell, I get SIS a week, it 4? nd room, $2 for lunches 4? ies. I have 3d left, $2 of 4* irly for fifty-two weeks. 4plus the interest. 4? in a few years you will 4 money to your credit, ob- 4K regret will be you waited 4? )urself the question and 4? If you don't earn $18 a 4* lat you do earn. It will 4* t plan. Start accumu- *? * Reliable) . * & Planters + il Bank t N, S. C. jj. A. H. FOSTER. Vice-Pres. j, IJR, Cashier. i JRPLUS $100,000. J ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 4^4,4?4,4,4,4,4,4?4?4:,X iCEIVED | 4Garden Hose | HE YOU BUY. * 4* nning or Anything in the ^ 4* the best Tin Shingle and ^ : any price. ^ ise, or Paint your Roof. lint as you will find, and ^ nf irnin* i*AA-f I-P it 1 AO 1/^ - nit yvj\*iL x j ix u icai\^ ^ 4* d Without Charge. + 4* nbing and I ic Co. % JULIAN HUGHES. 4* dain St. Union, S. C. J X king Company ind professional undertakers in ry and trouble and relieve them are in our hands. A phone call upetent undertaker to any part :iENT SERVICE CALL Residence Rhone 88. T. E. Bailey, iker. President and Treas. t $7.50 Acre ?:i? e ?i!.i - mu nines mill! ^itrilMe, 50 acres in pine timber, ee frame tenant houses, i as "The Rice Place." .50 per acre will buy it. ELL Y, ;le, s. c. Jonesville News Letter. Jonesville, July 22?Mrs. W. H. Page died quite suddenly at her home three miles out from Jonesville earlj last Thursday morning. Mrs. Pag< was the daughter of Mr. John Parks and was married to Mr. Page by th? writer about sixteen years ago. Mrs Page was a member of the Gileac Baptist church and a good christiar woman and a faithful loving wife anc motner. sne leaves her husbanc with eight children, one only a few hours old at her death, a father mother ,several brothers to mourr her sudden departure. The remain: were buried at Gilead cemetery, al noon, Saturday. The funeral services being conducted by Rev. W. H. Ariai and the remains laid to rest in th< presence of a large congregation ol relatives and friends. The Jonesville township Sunday School convention was held at tht Baptist church here yesterday. Dr F. M. Ellerbe, president, presidec with C. A. Littlejohn secretary There are eight Sunday Schools ir the township and they were all represented. Miss r.r:ifp Vnndivoi- ni Spartanburg was present and was the central figure of the conventior as she made two addresses besi.'.es conducting the round table exercises The township is well organized anc has a good board of officers who arc alive to their duty. Patience Smith, wife of Obe Smith colored, died at her home here yesterday. Obe and his wife and children composed one of our best colored families. Pellagra was the dreadful disease that did the fatal work. Mr.W. A. Moorehead of Blacksburg, was visiting relatives in the neighborhood and attended the Sunday School convention yesterday. air .ana mrs. L,eroy t>. lownsend ol Union visited the family of Mr. Geo C. Wood here last week. Mrs. J. C. Spears and daughter Clara, are in Greenville and Miss Clara has been in a hospital there for several days. Miss Melissa Ayeock of Clinton is spending some time with her pranc mother, Mrs. N. B. Eison. Dr. Alexander Foster of Baltimore is visitinp his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. B. Foster. Mrs. Sue West of West Springs is the puest of Mrs. Hattie McWhirter this week. Mr. McGowan Littlejohn is on a trip to New Mexico and other places in the far West. Mr. D. B Free and daughter, Miss Anna ,spent Sunday in Jonesville anc attended the Sunda^S^hool ^onvenMisses' df Newman, Gtt., arid Mrs. Corri< Calb of Atlanta, are visiting th< families of Mr. W. H. S. Harris, J W. Bates and J. B. Foster. Mrs. J. H. Herring and two children and Mrs. M. M. Lawson and child, of Columbia, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bates. Mr. Will West of West Springs was in Jonesville on business yesterday. Dr. H. T. Hames went to Anniston, Ala., last week to attend the encampment of U. S. militia. Dr. Hames belongs to the hosoital corns Mr. C. M. McWhirter after attending the Bankers' Association in Charleston last week, took a trip up to New York. We have had but little rain in Jonesville far the last week and farmers are cleaning out their crops and laying by. The weather has got hot at last. The Epworth League had a bazaar at the graded 6chool building last Friday night for the purpose of aiding the Sunday School work in the State ,the proceeds amounting to about $12.00. The trustees of the graded school have elected Mr. M. D. Tuller of Greers, principal of the school for the ensuing year. Mr. W. S. Wertz who was formerly elected. hnvince t-a. signed. Miss Kathleen Jeter of Santuc, Mrs. Lenora Jeffries of Gaffney, Miss Fannie Parker of Greenville^ and Miss Mary Jones of Union, are all the guests of Mrs. E. H. Jeter this week. Miss Ollie James of Bishopville, is the guest of Miss Lucile Crawford. Telephone. Wilson Will Plant an Apple Tree. Washington, July 22.?The famous apple tree under which Gen. R. E. Lee surrendered to General Grant) long since carried away piece by piece by souvenir hunters, will he replaced by a tree planted by Woodrow Wilson. The farm is owned by Col. George A. Armes, U. S. A., who has invited Wibnn to nlunt tho flic latter has accepted. "Do you call this a pint?" asked the shar paeivant girl of the milkman. "Yes." "Well, it won't do. Whpn wp w?nt condensed milk we'll buy it at the grocer's." Pull for the Wallace Thomson Hospital, Tuesday July the 80th, will be the-big rally day. Death of a Little Child. Montgomery, the twenty-months old sofa of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Eisoi f. of South Union, died Sunday afternooi r at 6 o'clock and was buried in th< j city cemetery the following day. , The child was sick only four days i the disease being scarlet fever. I N. J. Gorham, Cashier Bank oj i Woodville, Woodville, Ga., had a verj I severe attack of kidney trouble anc the pains in his kidneys and back wort 1 terrible. "I got a bottle of Foley Kid ' ney pills from our druggist and thej , entirely relieved me. I have more , benefit from them than any othei medicine. Glymph's Pharmacy anc s Jonesville Drug Co. ' Double Its Capital. I } Chester, Juy 22.?The stockholders o? the Commercial bank met Saturday at noon and ratified the actior of the directors in voting to increase the capital stock of the institutior from ?50,000 to ?100,000. Notice. We will give a first class barbecue at Jotiesville on the day of the Countj campaign meeting there. E. O. Eaves. 25-4t.e.o.\v. W. W. Eaves. The seven wonders of the moderr world, according to 1,000 eminent j scientists, are wireless telegraphy, , the telephone, the aeroplane, radium antiseptics and antitoxins, spectrum anaylsis and the X-ray. But what * 51 VlAlif the 9 1 <h.<vw^v v?av UlVVUJIslOpil 11CW5 CtllCl Courier. , Summer colds are hard to get rid of, ; and frequently lead to asthma, bron' chitis and hay fever. Do not let vour fold iret a hold on you, but use Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for quick , relief. W. H. 'Allen, Chelsea, Wis., says: "We prefer Foley's Honey and ' Tar Compound to other coujrh medicines because it quickly cures coughs. : and colds. It will ward off a cold if taken in time." Contains no opiates. Glymoh's Pharmacy and Jonesville Drue Company. f s Snow?in Switzerland. > Geneva, Switzerland, July 22.? u :i-- _n ai uiiun icu iicavuy an over me Alps i last night. It lies to a depth of 8 I inches on the six principal passes. A number of American motorists are ! snowbound. f ________ George L. Higbic, Manton, Mich., i used Foley Kidney Pills for kidney , and bladder trouble. He says: "I find for my case no other medicine equals Foley Kidney Pills for benefi1 cial effect." They are a safe and rei liable medicine for kidney trouble and rheumatism . Contain no harmful drujrs.. Jonesville Drug Co., and ^ Glyraph's Pharmacy. ^^^^^j^yojjr^vHejever^ attend your ^^f^^coursTe! not, that would never 5 dc'-A 5 "Why not?" "Could any wife sit and hear her husband talk for two hours without interrupting him?" A. M. Nason, farming near Canaan, Me., was badly crippled with sciatic rheumatism due he says to uric acid in his blood. "Foley Kidney Pills entirely cured me and also removed numerous black specks that were continually before my eyes." . Foley Kidney pills are a uric acid solvent and are effective for the various forms of rheumatism. Glymph's Pharmacy and Jonesville Drug Co. How He Resented It. "Are you really looking for an hon est man?" asked the suspicious citiI zon. "Mo," replied Diogenes, "Confi! dentially, I am merely taking this method of letting my neighbors know , what I think of them."?Washington . Star. In these days of high cost of living, | a medicine that gets a man up out of 1 bed and able to work in a few days is a valuable and welcome remedy. John Heath, Michigan Bar., Cftl., had ' kidney and bladder trouble, was con( fined to his bed, unable to turn without help. "I commenced using Foley 1 Kidney Pills and can truly say I was relieved at once." His example is worth following.?Jonesville Drug Co. and Glyniph's Pharmacy. Summons for Relief. (Complaint Served) State of South Carolina?County of Union. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS The Peoples Building and Loan Association of Union, S. C., Plaintiff, Against Samuel Richards. William Witherspoon, Charlie Witherspoon, Dudley Witherspoon and James Jeter, Defendants. To the Defendants: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the ( lerk of Court, at Union, S. C., and to serve a co^y of your answer to the . a^d complaint on the subscribers at I heir office at Union, S. C., rooms 12 and 13, poster Building, within twenty <iayw niter me service nereor; and if you fail to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in his action will apply to the Court for :he relief demanded in the complaint. Dated May, 29, A. D., 1912. Wallace & Barron, Plaintiff's Attorneys. NOTICE. To the Defendants Charlie Witherspoon and Dudley Witherspoon: Please take notice: that the complaint in this action was filed in the i office of the Clerk of Court at Union, South Carolina, on the 29th day of May, 1912. Wallace & Barron, 1 26-6t. f Plaintiff's Attornenys. Mid-Sum f You have waited fc j worth waiting for. M ! this time for varied rea: to get the suit he wan [ to get a better suit thai r at regular prices, and 1 doesn't feel that he-she to complete his wardrc high quality at such lo\ There are 500 suits he style, perfect fitting, i prices are greatly lesse the matter in hand. *?7 7^* ^or anX Mei V I ? Regular Pr sm.nn .r?r anv:M v Kegular Pi (?1 O For any M< Regular pr d?1 Q Kf| For any M tplOti/v Regular Pi <ki ^ no For any M Regular pr ALL STRAW HAT nn Ponomo xjr?4-o y v/?vu X UJIUtlia 11(113) Sale Price $5.00 Panamas, Sale Price < All John B. Stetson Fan Regular Price $3.50 All John B. Stetson Fan< | Regular price $3.00, All 25c Washable Ties Three for A1150c Silk Ties, Three for LOTS OF OTHER GOODS 0F1 1J. CO $1.50 Shirts $1.00 VMHHK HMP nrsi Carries Yoni The special faced a serious pre to close a big deal, would have to go outsid A personal consulta solutel^ necessary. He juong instance cell 1 ele tion?and the deal was c Such a talk was as si conference. 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