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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. l>. M. Norwood, of lue [.aureus
postoftlce staff of employees, will
Spend a portion of his annual va< at ion
Which he Is HOW enjoying, in North
Carolina, his native state.
Miss Kay Hudgens, the attractive
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
K. Hudgens of Greenville, was the
guest of l.aurens friends and relatives
during the past week.
Mr. Marion Moore of Waterloo
township was In the City Friday.
Capt. .lohn R. Minter spent last
weelt .it Sednlia with his son. Mr. .1.
Mr. w. ii. ,1 era Igen, assistant chief
of :> dice, who has been confined at
home several days because of illness,
is able to he out again.
Mr. lohn to*. Brandett, who has been
suite-ing from an attack of appendi
citis lor several weeks, left Monday
for the Columbia hospital where he
v. ill undergo a surgical operation.
Mr. .1. ,\V Dornum, niagistruto of
SctlffletOWIt township, is off this week
combining business with a pleasure
trip to Spartunburg and Asheville,
Miss Mary Peterson of Newberry
arrived Monday and is the guest of
the Misses Peterson on South Harper
Rev. W. i*. Smith of Spartanburg
spent several days in the city last
week, 'lie guest of his son, Mr. I.amar
Smith, secretary of the l.aurens cot
Mr. 'has. W. Taylor visited at
Mr. T. II. Crouter has brought his
family Io l.aurens.
Misses Lucia and Maggie Barksdale
returned last Wednesday after visit
ing relatives and friends in Kasloy.
Plckens, Central and Greenville. They
?were mentioned in other papers as
hein-' ' oiii Crav Court, hut they still
belong io the cltV of l.aurens.
M s Dorn Hudgens of Greenville is
Visiting at Mr. I?. C. liarksdale's.
Misses Minnie anl Corrle Lee llav
Iid Newberry visited Misses Bessie
and Mi nie Crews last week.
The pulpit of the First Methodist
?In; Ii vas occupied Sunday morning
by the Rev. .1. K. Ilnhaffey. the beloved
and well known pastor of the Meth
odist lurch' ;?! Clinton. Mr. Mnhaf
fey is mi earnest and eloquent preach
er ft) I his sermon Sunday morning
was enjoyed an l appreciated by u
Ml>s Bessie McCarley of Mlberton,
Ca.. Is isiiinu the family of Mr. .lohn
N. II u'gens. "
M|gs Ruth Knsterby was the guest
last week of her cousins, Cue Misses
Dilla I. Spartanburg.
Misses Mary and Lillian Peterson
durii g ;he past week visited the fam
ily ol Mr. John Scruggs, in Spartan
MIsh I.Ha Riddle of the Thornwell
Orphan; ~e is at her mother's on Sul
livan - eel. spending her vacation.
.\li.-.s Orn Dell Hunter of Ora and
Miss :.)i/.a McDonald of Deeatur. Ca.,
are visiting Mrs. Hampton Hunter.
Miss ilattle Roland is spending this
week i.i Charleston at the Isle of
Miss Minnie Babb will leave Th?rs
day for a visit to her brother. Mr. C.
L. Babb, of Greenville.
Misses Ella and Lydie Peterson will
leave this week for the mountains.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson has returned
from a visit to Spartanburg.
Miss Catherine Wilkes has returned
from a visit to Miss Nancy Owens of
Miss Annie Clllldress will leave
Thursday for a visit to friends in
.Johnston and Ridge Spring.
Misses Lillian and Mae Peterson
have returned from a visit to friends
in Pnion and Spartanburg.
Miss Aurelia Vance of Clinton spent
Sunday in the city.
Mrs. W. M. McCaslnn of Clinton
spent Monday in the city with Mrs.
E. ii. Vance.
Mr. \v. s. Langford of Newberry
spent Sunday in the city.
Rev. o. T .Poreher of Greenwood
will he in l.aurens on next Sunday
morning and will administer the sac
rament of the holy communion at the
Church of the Epiphany.
Mr. A. .1. Smith of the Lisbon com
munity was in the city on Saturday.
Messrs. Erblick and Owens of Co
lumbia passed through l.aurens at
lOtoO o'clock yesterday morning in
their automobile, enroute home after
a ten days' trip through the northern
part of this state and in North Caro
lina. They came from Greenville on
Miss Ethel Sullivan and Miss Ulla
Beaty left yesterday for llenderson
Ville, where they will spend a month.
Mr. G. W. Cooper of Orangeburg.
while on his way to the mountains of
North Carolina, spent Sunday after
noon and Monday morning with Mr.
I.. It. Blackwell. Mr. Cooper is an
expert linotype operator.
Lieut. I. N. Richardson leaves today
for Vorkville where lie joins the other
members of Col. Lewis' staff; from
Yorkvllle these army officers will ride,
horseback, to Greenville, whore the
3rd regiment goes into camp next
Mr. E. T. II. Shaffer of IWuterboro
spent a few days this week in the city
with Mr. and Mis. S. E. Coney, leav
ing yesterday for his summer home
in Saludu; he was accompanied by
Mrs. Coney who will spend a week
Mr. M. 1.. Willis of Anderson is in
?he city in the interest ?>l his piano
business. .Mr. Willis is to have a car
load of pianos on exhibition in a few
A Horrible llold-l'p.
''About ten years ago my brother
was 'held up' in his work, health and
happiness by what was believed to be
hopeless consumption", writes V>". R.
Lipscotub, of Washington. N. C. "He
took all kinds of remedies and treat
ment from several doctors, but found
no lolp till he used Dr. Kings New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles. He is a well man today".
It is quick to relieve and is the surest
cure for weak or sore lungs, hemorr
hages, coughs and colds, bronchitis,
la grippe, asthma and all bronchial
affections. ROC and $1.00. Trial bot
tle free. Guaranteed by l.aurens
Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
Keep in mind that we can supply
your needs with Jelly Tumblers.
S. M. & E. 11. Wilkes Co.
The Life of firs. C. F. (irceu of Boston Saved by
Read what Mrs. Green says:?"I wish to write you to let
you know that ' llloodine ' has saved my life and cured me
from a long standing female weakness, from which the leading
Hoston physiciaoi said I could never recover. I find for
womb affections, periodical sufferings and the general lassitude
resulting, will quickly disappear after a few dose? of ' Illooel
ine.' It has really done more for me than I could express in a
letter and I can recommend it to all women suffering from
female tliseases. Hloodine costs hut 60c a bottle, liloodine
Ointment cures Itching and Weeding Piles| 50c a box. Sold
on a positive guarantee by
DR. B. F. POSEY
Laurens, S. C.
We always have bargains, no matter whether
you see the prices they will be lower than tha
lowest, so pleas? do no; hesita e t > come on to our
store and save money. We are always lower than
S boxes Search Light Matches only 25c
12 Large Jelly Tumblers lgc
30 Nutmegs 05c
Other Goods Cheaper,
J. L. Hopkins
Laurens, S. C.
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Why not buy Goods
where your Dollar does
double duty, and you get
just what you want and
all the Seasonable Mer
We are determined to
increase Sales during this
hot weather and we are
going to run them ahead
of* any in former months.
We know that this can only
be done by offering Special
Below We (jive You a Few Illustrations of What You May Kxpecf
Come Often and Tell Your Neighbors About It.
40-inch White Lawn, Special, at.
27-inch White Lawn, Special, at. ?4/4
45.inch Persian Lawn, Special, at . ^ O
32-inch Persian Lawn, Special, at. .08
36-inch Persian Lawn, 15 cts kind, at . ^ j ]
27-inch Linens, all colors at.
25-inch Brown Linen at . j j
27-inch colored Battist, Special, at. ?yt
36-inch colored Battist, Special, at . ()C)
36*inch Sea Island .
36-inch Sea Island, the ; frets kind, at. .
Best isfrcts Cannon Cloth full 36-inches wide. |()
Fine quality Knglish Long Cloth, 36-inches wide,
Speciel the yard .
Big Assortment of Torchon Laces, all widths, .
One Lot I5cts Kmbroielery, Special,.
One Lot Sets Ivinbroidery, Special, .
All 25CLS Ivtnbroidery, the kind for Corsett Covers
All 5octs Kmbroidery for Corsett Covers,.
i5cts All Silk Taffeta Ribbon No. 1 >, Special,...,
20 cts All Silk Taffeta Ribbon No. 60, Special,....
1 sets Bleached Hnck Towels, hemtneel ends cut to
$1.00 White Bed Spreads, large size, good patterns
s<) Pieces Standard Calicoes, li.^ht and dark, .
(>ne Lot Chambreys, Apron and Dress Ginghams,
the 7^CtS kind, Special,
Women's ( Ixfords, all
fathers, reduced to.
$3.00 Women's Oxfords, all
Leathers, reduced to.
) Women's ( ),\fords, ail
Leathers, reduced to.
i Women'.- ( Ixtords, all
Leathers, reduced to.
5 Women's ( 'xfords, all
Lcrtthei s, 1 educed to.
Men's IO Cts Socks, black ami tan, Sc
Men's r5c fancy Socks for. lie
Men's 25c Socks, tans, red, bine, 10c
Men's Handkerchiefs going at.\Q
Men's Work Shifts at .|2C
Mali's 1 )ra\vs at . I <)C
Melt's Wash Pants,-blue Intel Mown 1H9C
Men's Blue Ridge (>ve rails. 89G
Men' ( )ver.ills lor,. 3<jc
McMI' SiiiM-; wo; ih 7S' ts for.|"c
Men's Soft Shin, ittaelied ceillar, 4?Sc
Men's &1,00 Shirts? Heat fit*tiled, Sod
All $5.00 Men's ( Ixfords, all
Leathers, reduced to.. vO?
All 5.1.00 Men's Oxfords, all %)(.
Lcalht rs, '.educed 10 J
All ?;vo-. Men's 1 ixfords, all t.
Leathers, reduced 1.. , ^
Si.75 Misses and Chihirens' ( >\
1.so Tan and Black,.
1.25 Black, Red, Tali and Pai
1.(?>) Black, Red. Tan and I'
.7^ Black, Led. Tan ami Pal
Remember we are showing Good Values Throughout
Our Entire Stock of Seasonable Merchandise.
Next Door to Kntcrprise Bank. Lam-ens. South Carolina.