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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. ||
Uey. \v. A. Clarke who baa been
quite ill .s somewhat better, though
still n? ji11" feeble.
w :*s. J. 10. Johnson and one of her j
litt!? sons. ()?' Gray Con -t. returning
from a v;s:t to relatives in North Car-1
olinri, slopped over in the city Saturn
Miss Clara Barnett has accepted a
position oh teacher of stenography
an-! typewriting ;it Ihe Williamsburg
Female college, Williamsburg, Va.,
and entered upon her new duties this i
Mr. Karl v. Babb. of the Edeit sec
tion, was in the Hty Tuesday. Mr.
Rabb leaver Saturday for Colgate
seminary, llumllton, N. Y.. to resume
his theological studies.
Mr. and Mrs. Cluy Stone of Atlanta,
who have been visiting In Cross Hill,
wh*?re their little daughter, Louise,
die I last week, passed through Lau
rens Monday. Mr. Stiiti" is a brother
Of the late Me Duffy II. Stone of this
Cotton brought 12.65 at tiii.s market
y ?sterday afternoon.
Mr. W. B. Sheaty is Ragman on si
a*> I v.. Cant. Tolbert's train between
Cr-3 nville and Laurens.
Miss Mny Stewart of Charleston is
v - :ng Miss Fay Sullivan.
Mt\ J, B, Curlee of Shreveport, La.,
BPf-nt from Sunday until Tuesday vis
iting relatives here.
Mrs. Julln Ragin is visiting Mrs. R.
m .1 i). Pitts has returne l to
HI.'.-; vllle after a visit to relatives in
th' < ity.
Hon. J. T. Johnson spent Monday In
\\\ . .1. 11. Coneland spent Monday
an l Tuesday 'M Spnrtatiburg,
Miss Do'lie Poland Is visiting her
Sister, Mis. .i. I'., Carlisle, 111 KlllgS
M i. VV. it Anderson till ! Mrs. A. 11.
Sanders are in Spartnnburg visiting
Mrs. .i. T. .'<il nson.
Sir. Willi; '.i Bruce Copeland is ni
ton 'in:; Wofford Fitting school.
Mrs. Sain Savon and Mrs. .1. Ferd.
Jacobs Of Clinton spelil Thursday in
'i' ?? many friends of Miss Maggie
Cla !j will regn t to hoar t'uu she is
qui 'ill m i, It typhoid fever.
Mi ; l-iattic Roland left Friday for
Ait< n to resume her duties as teacher
in ' " graded schols.
v ? Roy v.'ilkes of I'lilla lelphin is
vis ting relatives in the city.
<: ? ?; xeletic day was th" charming
ho- - to the uietulinrs ol the Twenty
two club :.t her home on Sullivan
sti ? on Wednesday afternoon in a
mo? ujjoyablc card party, bridge and
lien --s being played. After ear ls, a
salci I course was served, Miss Cray
being assisted by her sister. The \
afteruon was very pleasantly spent, iu
spite of the fact that nnrty of the club
members are oat of the eity.
Mrs. M. H. Fowler has returned frotu
a visit to friends in Waterloo.
A!rs. s. F. McCnnta l:as returned
Miss Mica Marbut lefi Monday for
Washington after a visit to Mrs, it. F.
Kotier and other friends in t ie city.
Mrs. w. c. irby, Miss Jennie (Himer
and Mis. A":iie DeWeese, t ie two las;
named ?: (Ireensbjro. went to Suiuter
Friday to visit M rs. J. I?. Marion.
Dr. Et. R )I'z'?.?>s attended the pel
lagra convent:- :i In Columbia last
D-. J. R. Culhertson of Cray ('our:
was in fie city Monday.
Mr. W. I* Harris of Owings was in
l.aureus .Mon;lay morning.
Mrs. N. li. Dial lefi Monday for
Fnloh where sire attended the Adams
Clifford marriage lost night.
M s. Robert Adams and son, Ham
mond, left Monday f?r tliftr home ::?
Clinton after a visit to Mr. ail I Mrs.
I. I. Adams of this city.
Miss Elizabeth Rlchey after a visit
to relatives in the ?if " i>,rt for her
home at Abbeville Monday.
Miss Nina Pom!.' of Tylersville is in
Spartanburg this week as the guest of
Miss Pauline Rleblltlg.
Mrs. King Humphries <>f Florence
return id to her home Monday after n
visit in t?i? eity to her sis! >r. Mrs. A.
Mr. .1. Cloud Martin, principal of
'ii s Cray Court-Owlngs institute, spent
Friday night in the eity.
Miss Rstetle Taylor, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. .1. W. Taylor of Princeton,
was in th" city Saturday on her way
?o Columbia where s!.<> will reside
with her sist.?r. Mrs. w. k. liar roll, and
attend tin* city schools this year.
Rev. ('has. l'\ Rnnhln has returned
from Wolford w'horo lie attended t'.i'1
meeting of the Knoree j?reabyler>\
Mr. Kiittkin w: s clecteil moderator of
?:;?? presbytery for the ensuing year.
\|r. .1. I.. 1.50yd. r prominens mnr
?hnhi and farther of Mouulvllie. wa
in |ho city Monday oh business.
The following Noting men left yester
la> for (Sreehvllle to CiUer Fnrmah
university: Messrs, Kniest Machen,
Yatos Iii ?. a h. Claude llovd. .ladt .\! ??
Cnivy, and Alfred llarksdal?.
Miss Ktliel Simmons returns to f'n
l?mhln college today, where nho vv111
- i a hiate nexl spring.
Miss Jennie Fleming leaves today
for Columbia wheve she will enter (lie
College tor Women for theJcoming
Misses Kll'/abeth Simpson and Sudlo
Sullivan leave today ror Columbia to
resume Hum: studies the College
Miss Posa Wrlghi has returned from
Ric.hbttrg where she has heen for th?
past two years, and will in the future
make her home with her brother, Mr.
Henry M. Wright.
M ?s.s.s. (!us Hart, .lohn Watts, Johu
ami Oaetl Mills and Thos. C, Bolt left
yesterd >y to begin their stu lies at the
Uulverslty of South Carolina.
M is i\% J, A Iger Smyth, .1 -.. .1. B.
Br?ks and H. H Humbert a:* 'tided the
good road* meeting at Fountain inn
Mr. Jno. V. CSiirlingtou of C'uitit
noogt) spent a few days last week In
the city with relatives,
Messrs. Charles and Richard Sirnp
son left Monday for Columbia where
they re-enter tile university for the
Mr. .1. Stobo Young of Chattnuoosn
was in tire city pari of last week and
1 few days this week visiting his pa
Miss Leila Btlrro I??''! Saturday for
whero she will teach In the
Miss Rdnn Harre left last Saturday
for Weifo i io take un her work as
teacher Ii* ti c schortl at that place.
Two more hoboes wera lau 1*1 In
the station house yesterday itiornltltf
by Chief Bagwell. The oftlcers are
certainly enforcing the vagrancy laws.
NIGHTS OF UNREST
NO Sleep. No Rest, No Pence for the
Sauerer from Kidney Troubles.
No penca for the kidney sufferer?
Pain and distress from morn to
Oet uo with a lame back,
Twinges of backache bother yoii ill
P ill ochii 'i breaks your rest at
P-i .a ;- disorders a ' I to your' t.iis
i;,.? ;>? r . -i'N.> .ein''? (he kidneys,
Don it's Rldney rills' will work the
They'r > r- r lite l<i Iheys Only-: -
I lave uitpje Bi'eat owes it; Laur^ns.
.1. M, StHNbtlng. CMnloii Bond. Ltm
rens, s. 1'.. s;vs: "For years I lind
s.ir.s nci'oss the sthiill of hiy back,
'soi'clally s vcre ::? lilght cud as the
result 1 co'dd not sieep. At tlmpfs 1
was ruft Hi titteud to my work au \
though i tried every remedy that was
brought to my retention. 1 grew 1:0
b?tta". The kidney secretions wer;?
to ? fr ???t',:-.t in passage, contained a
lediuieut were otherwise ioituit?
ura I. From this, I concluded thai
thy kidneys were the e>m?. pf niv
trouble and i?eeiii'< Irian's Kidney Pills
??, Ivevtised ! nrpenred a supply at the
Palmetto Dru? Co. Throuuii their
use djy b|?ck reiralned Its strength,
the pains disappeared and my kidneys
were restorpd to their normal condi
tion. 1 irlve this testimonial In re
turn for the benefit 1 received."
l or sah> by all dealers. Price ?"?'><?.
l-Mster-Mllbu'T. Co.. Buffalo., N ?v v< rk.
sole agent for the Plilted States.
Ihui'on.hs tin name |i >, ?> .- ? :in 1
i.ik" a 1 oilier;
\:>t;< k <iy m.kctioy
SI tu? of South Carolina,
t ounty of Luurons.
Whereas, petitions signed hy more
than one third of I :j ?i*i-i? II*d electors
m I freeholders reSUlitii in Poplar
Springs school distrii t. No. :\ Sullivan
to unship, I ..aureus county, s. C.
asking for :??. election lipon the uues
tlo't o;' I nvying a ?> Hti(l t \ u; a prop
erty in said school district to be itsed
fp - In <>! purposes, huva l> < a filed
With t'..' County Hoard of K.lucuHctt
eleVtloji Is hereby ordered upon said
(|tt?stion, said election to be held on
i .? :$u "a ?' iy i f Se'ifLember. I yoi), at
Poplar Springs school house, under the
management i>t' t te school trustees of
said > district. I
Only such electors as t*elurn real
or person I property f ? :? taxation and
w !to e.x! ib't their t:.\ receipts um I
reglstruti certiftcates i s required
i.i the ix tier: I election shut! be al
low i to vol?. Those favoring the i
Civ. shall vot> :< ha!lot containing the
word "Ves" written or printed I tere
oh: those against tt.?\ s'.c;; vote
a l).ii!??t contvSuing ti.i> Word "No"
\vt*l0.eh or printed thereon.
1'd Is shall open ui the hour or two
o'clock; in the afternoon nnd remain
open until four o'clock when they
s!ia!l close, nnd the ballots ooun' >l
The Trustees s'.'.ail report the re
suit of sa* i election to the County
Auditor within ten days thereafter.
CSRO I.. PI ITS,
s-2r t'o. Supl of Kducation
HUDSON-FT I.TOM < PI. Kit 11 VTIO.N.
Kxcursion States to Nim% York an I Re
turn, Via Southern Railway,
For the Hudson-Fulton Celebration,
New York S.-pt. "J". to Oct. II. IM'.). im?
Sout lertt Railway announces round
trip excursion rates us follows:
Abbeville, s. c. 21.70
Atttch, s. ('. ?j'l.or.
Anderson, s. C.
Itntesburg. s. C. 24.SH
Hell n. S. ('.
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l)on:i .. S. C.
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s ike I ir tain av ?
soli,; oak. heiiutifutiy finished Sitl
hoards Iii different designs, at pri<
Ihm you cannot dupllcat ? ai uhy bt'.i
S. M. & F If. Wllkes & Co
CiilL'vjc' Siiixiinr, (iirls, Cit> Opera House, September 2*)th.
October 1st and 2nd.
You are invited to my
Millinery and Notions
i will take pleasure in showing you
Miss Lyda Rudd
Cross Hill, S. C.
? ? a a ? 11 ??? ??? ? ? ? a ? a Si
ig J \\ I.- ifc, .1 1-. Ib-ri !i. Sc V Jit
\Ve hope to merit Use bitsiiK'.-s .!' tin |>ubli< ;il Ih:rc &
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Southern Cooperative **
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^ Collection Agency ^
Gray Court, 5. C. ?<i
U ti nes |>!acc<l Litis I ? \\ |>iotu|?I j^J
^^r j~ r ~*%>Tr ~*rih*r V!f "^5^ "XI^^^^^W/
Educator Shoes J _Thp Np\V_ Buster Brown
j for Children. 1-Ult nCH " j Shoe* for Children
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Fall Stvles In Suits Are Here!
We are almost daily receiving shipments by express of all u.c
styles in Ladies'Coat Suits, and want every lady to see our suits before making
the newest \
Ladies1 5 nits
i ilh! M.'tV.c CrN'CttlSiyC
? fS Mm k >
t\ Iii \
have the V'efj I e$t S.-\>
in ivkf.-!, values r() t" < ;?
?ti will be
".pi i-(.:ll lei
it't stli ( we :ire showing
Don't fall lb nee this $i
excellent vaiiijs it j':
lit Voile SM is $6.5.$;
.it: iitlfj Skirts
Nev\ Dress Goods
i:u> fjatfll in dlack fiiul co!< ra
! Wide! Tnffoid Silk
New ?oft finish Silks, yard
(>;;: line of Black (roods at
1.01) is coillplete, consisting
f ^- ??abfe Store.