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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
? *?* V* to M (t* *is * it* * * JM * |t**>* j
th.' home of Iii" bride's |mrents.
Mr. ami Mrs. Preston Ree Italley, live
ibs OIISI Of Lauren.-. Mis.-, i.yl Mitel
? ...'? y um) Mr. Pi-Win Marvin Nor-J
in i were United in marriage oh
Tl i s?ln.\ evening of iliis week. Rev.
yV, ::. Thiiybr, pastor of 111? - First (bip
?hurcn i>: Laurens, performing ihi
c < ?1 iuouy. A large nutuber of friends
v inossed the lta|i|iy event1.
Tiio IIa I ley luiine is one of Ibe pret
in the county, one Pf those places
tl|td speak visibly of prosperity, good
? .- ? ami Culture, On Thursday eveit
? i a.-, this especially true, and th?
guests worn accorded the hearty
? I'tioii characteristic of the country
? ? i es in this scetioti 61 South t'aro
MisS iJailOy has many relatives
; ?? friends In the cotmty, and Mr.
*.??? .<it?<I is a pOpUlar young man of
?? d(y, lieiiee, there were gathered
?SP flier on the evening of Thursday
ge and happy assemblage of peo
1 lie parlors au I dining room of the
? y home wi re beautifully decorat
ii autumn colors, with myriads
ises ami chrysanthemums. There
jioi plains, ami ferns In profus
i .ii. The bride carried a lovely shower
'? ? met. while In r maid of honor car
ed a beautiful hunch of licliotropc
The wedding march was artistically
?? idered by Miss Hera Italley of Clin
il cousin of Ilm bride. Miss Itosu
I am Hailey. sistm of the bride, was
the uiaid of honor. During the cere
V, Toba ill's "Heart and Flowers"
whs beautifully' rendered by Miss Hal
It-\ t the piano, and Mr. frank Mc
i : y with violin accompaniment.
itor the wedding ceremony, a re*
< > p' on wits tendered the guests, over
.?\-.ity ti\e In number, followed by an
It > .ni v editing supper.
;.i Friday evening Mr. and Mrs.
irwood were tendered a reception
ir. and Mrs. Oeo. S. McCravy ul
their home in West Main street. Quite
,i n imber of friends from the county
and the city were Invited and the oc
c ision was one of unusual enjoyment.
An elegant ami bountiful supper was
Mi", and Mrs. Norwood are at home
I itll Mr. ami Mrs. ("has II. Hicks, on
"> ? ? Main si reel.
?s. W II. Washington will onter
I; : the Henry Laurens chapter D
v It, on Saturday afternoon at three
lock. Those who are unable to at
tOlli] will please notify Mrs. Washing
Mr. and Mrs K T. Shell of dray
? ourl were in the city on Monday.
'! io following Invitations have been
? Ived in I.aureus:
' ', ami Mrs. OcorgC Calvin Hop
? i request the honor of your pres
? ? at I he marriage of their do, Ugh I
? . Mabel, to Mr. William Alexander
? 'head. Wednesday evening. Decent"
?t the twenty-second, nineteen hiin
. tell and nine at seven o'cloc ;. Hope
.II Church, Clinton. South Carolina
M s. Nalhnnlel n. Dial will enter
tain the members of the Wednesday
lub on Thursday morning, M o'clock,
r.| bdr home on West Main street
Mrs, Robert Adams and daughter.
Miss Agnes Adams, returned to their
home In Clinton after a briet visit
to the family of Mr. .1 I Adams Oil
West Main street.
Lit L i \ SIX Ml. I 1.1 N ! UN.
Mis. TimM K uteri? Iiin I rieiul? >ln?
ii ale VI \>. 15. 1 hi t'-.
Clinton. Dee. 7th.- The social ; loos
uros of I lie past week Included a thim
ble imrty given by Mrs. Homer L. Todd
oh Wednesday. About thirty guests
s|m in a pleasant after noon chatting
over their foncy-work and then en
joyed delicious refreshments in two
tin Tuesday and Friday evenings
Mi. v. .1. Menzel, ti i^'prosohtuiive of
Schulz pianos, arranged musicales in
which tin' lending musicians uf the
town participated. These concerts
were given in the store of Mr. W. II.
Fnrr;, find iyoro largely attended. Mr.
Menzel i i a skillful \ loUdis) sind his
playing s\ :is greatly enjoyed. .Mi*, ami
Mrs. K. II. Hal!. Mrs; Ei W. Ferguson,
ami Miss Margaret I'arroti rendered
very delightfully a number <>t songs.
Misses Maude and Mabel Sumorcl. v?n
ne C. Ilurgess, Amy Copelaml, .Innle
Kennedy, Kinthic Itobertsoti, and Mrs.
K II. Hall played,
tin Friday evening th ? Uov. and Mrs.
c Lewis Fowler entertained in delight
ful style ih>' members of the llnraca
ami PhilathCii classes.
Mrs. K. L. Wright ar.il Miss Sallle
Wright returned Friday from Dam
berg w in'! " they had a (leliglitful \ is
ii v\ Ith relatives ami friends.
Mrs. M. W. McMillan, Mrs. .1. 1.
Copeliind. Miss LUlle llenryi Mis. Wj
I), Copeland, Mrs. W. I). Oweps. ami
Airs. Kennedy attended the I'. i>. C.
convention in New.berry and were de
lighted with the hospitality of New
Miss Heading of Richmond Va. Is
the guest of Mis, Ora Mess Lltttei
I j t en in at Urai Court.
Mrs. William Calvin Chiltou. reader
) ami impersonator, will Rive an euter
tainm. nl at the (Jrtiy Court -Ottings
Institute on Monday evening. Decem
ber lillh. This will be th" llrsl attrac
tion of tin' lyceum course at tlrny
Court, ami it promises tu be a rich
treat for all who attend. Mrs. Chiltou
is well known all over th.- Culled
States ami in England: sin- is consid
ered oni- of the hesi entertainers, es
peclolly in luoiiodrnmu ami Imper
sonation, in iln> south. Mrs. Chiltou
is a .-.out inMii woman having been
horn ami reared lit Mis d; dppl. Let
everybody hear her Monday evening.
For V l.iinic Ibicli.
When you have paths or lameness
in tin- hmk hiit 1th the parts with
Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day
massaging with lite palm of the hand
for ti\.> minutes at each application
Then dampen a piece of Manuel slight
ly With this liniment and hind it on
over tin- si-at of pain, ami you may In
surprised to see liow quickly the lathe
m>ss disappears. For sah- by Lau
robs I >rug t !o.
It will In- easy to select your Christ
mas Presents, if you will see our lim
before you buy.
S. Ni. & E. II. Wilkes A Co.
WARREN TOPPAN, Lynn, Mass.
'jff^^^^^yr. Cured of severe, compound
***^ ^^Ewk cold and cough by
v ^r) s^5^ yvV "From Dec. 20, '08, to March 1, '09,
jj / >. jCt/v 1 had three bad colds, one on top of the
<>? /ZtiCf&k!? ? / other. i got so weak i could hardly
\M get around. Nothing seemed l<> help I
^^jaB^S^^Sttt^ ,ne nutii 1 began to take Vinol. The I
0*hT tJl&tff change was magic. Three bottles com- I
iiMfc ? pl?-%te,y lived that compotmd cold and
stopped the terrible cough and what [
vwiNmC***^- S^'J^^^^m surprises me most, at the same time B
, V i^wV \/^^/.SS'/^ cured nieof nsevere stomach trouble H
that has bothered nie for 20 years.
Vlnol is certainly n wonderful medicine."
Mr.Toppan is one of Lynn's most prominent and highly fci pet ted I
merchants, whose word is as good as his bond. U
'1'hc reason Vinol is so successful in such cases is because it M
j contains the two most world -famed tonics?the med.? "mal. Strength* I
jj cning, bodybuilding elements Ot Cod Liver Oil and 'I onic Iron. B
Your Money Hack II You Are Not Satisfied.
THE L?URENS DRUG CO., ' aurens.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. I
Messrs W. W. Wallace and S. 15.
lean ii! I lie Cray Court Country Were
i .auri as oil sulesdny.
1 ? ' ? ?
Amhuviui Mr. Fcathorstono goes Wed
nesday to Abbeville tit nit end ilie
Methodist conference n< a lay dokv
,u;K" front the 15roenvillo district.
Air. T, C. Turner Jr, of liils oily
attended llio marriage <>r ins brother
iasl Wednesday evening In New berry.
Mr, W. Iv Waits, formerly coroner
of ili ? county, tVas Itj ihe City Monday.
Mr. .i. \V. Taylor and daughter, Mis
Norn Taylor, \vorb In the <-iiy this
week from l'rim etoii.
M r. Arthur Uidtlle Of Charlotte \ is
ited relatives hear the city tirsi of tin
Mr. W. A. Co pel a I 'I has return ?! to
I .aureus niter residing In North t'ttro
iina a year or so.
M ?. i: T. Shell, mayor of i;Va>
Court, was in ti.?- city M utihiyj
Ciiii'l. Tlios; .1. bucket!, former sher
iff, was in town Mrrd ly froth Cllulbn.
Mi*. .1. I.. Chupuuin of Siilllvaii I
township wa> a llUSil), s- visitor l"
th.- city Monday,
W. ! I'll
wood Friday at'tern.oon lik .? ????ml Miiil
tomorrow, with |n>r son. -ir. Claud W
i , ? ? \t:i.a I'
i'oii ii'.i.'d Mi
? Irs. V ? ? ? \
Miss Maud MtiChi II and Kiddle Ar
nold of Princeton were the (juesls ol
friends and relativ?'." in the Mt> Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mrs. 10. 11. Looms of Col it ni bill, after
spending a week with her father, Mi
I'. It. Martin of (5ray CourL was tin
RtlOSt of Mr. ami Mi'Si K \V, Martin ol
tin- city for a day or so 1 :.-i yvoei . i'O
itlriiig to Columbia Friday,
Mr. ami Mrs. W I'. Thomason have
moved to the city from their home
near Shi loh ami will reside with their
son. Mr. William l*t Thomason.
Messrs M, It, McCuen and William
Snypes of Princeton were in ihe citj
Siimlas tor tie Thucker revival ser
Mr. C. !'. C;rumbles, who has for
Ihe past year been living on Lam ens.
route live, will next week move to
Mr. i. :>. Whits' place hear Watts
M r. S. Wi !'?!?> Ulli '? lllC w as
in the citj on
Rev. A. T. a on, nntl Revl
W, D Hammen . uduy for Aii
derson to attend the Rnptlsi conven
tion now in session in thai city. RoV.
I. A. 11 rock left Saturday for the eon
Messrs .1. F. Mclhtyre and P.. P.
Finchcr of Votings township were
among the visitors in the city on Mon
day of this week.
Mr. .1. L. Whttlock of Mountville was
in the city on Monday.
Mr. P,, C Owen.-. substitute rural
carrier on Ora> Court number three,
was among the visitors in tie- citj on
Mr Itrook? Abercroiuhle of Knoree
was in 'own this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Pike Heliums of day
Conn visited Mrs .lennle Owen hoar
Madden the past week.
Mrs. .1 II. Cray will visit ..ef ::? i|)
ew iii i ireeiivllle Ito.si Week,
Messrs. Iv (! and c. c Hill of Crosii
Hill were among the visitors iii La li
re on Thursday. pa\ im: a pleasant
call at liii.- olllce.
Mr .las Hill ol the Cbutlly was ;-i
t he city on Friday of JaSI w eck.
Mr. AIV111 Marl::; of the c'-tnty. one
of the host farmer- in il.nine couii
ly, was among tin- visitors in the city
Mrs. Con way Dial of Cross Hill was
in La ureas on Monday.
Mr W. S. Knight of Ware Shoals,
a strong friend of The Advertiser was
in the city yesterday.
Dr. Carroll M Miller went to Haiti
more yesterday with his little son.
.lack, for a consultation at tin- hospi
tal there concerning tin- condition of
Mr. A. w Teague left Tuesday for
In short business nip to Johnston. Mr.
Teague has rented out his farm, live
miles west of Ihe city. ai. ahout .Ian
nary 1st. will go to Florida, where he
will engage in the Insurance business,
acting as agent for the Citizens' Lift
Insurance company. His mother. Mrs.
Teague, will continue to reside at the
old home place.
ftOV, .1. I) Crout lefl yesterday for
Abbeville to attend the sessions of the
Methodist Conference. Mr. W. I. Crav
will leave today, or possibly fotnorru.v.
Everybody ami his neighbor were
in the cll.v on Mondnv it was stiles
Mr lt. C. Crisp is making exl.en.dVo
improvements on Ids dwelling house
on Church street,
Mrs II. L. I'eole of I nion and Mr
William Poole of the county were iii
the City Monday, (In- t of Mi
ami Mrs I. it. Id rick well. Mis. II, 1.
P?ble will he in Laurent im week
Rev. W i: Tiiay.-r. Ro\ K c. Wat
atid Mr. ('has. I! I'.oh >, lefl \e >,?;?
lay to aii.-n,I ihe ?e slohs of the hup
< l.nss M I I.I.I INS IRE MOVERS.
Main} < iti/riiN Vic Cluinirinu Places
Cross I'.ill. Dec. Olli; Mr. CohNvay
!-<u I, to Mr. T<-lan.l Hill.
Icjiot agent hatl misfortune to not
us fool badly mashoi] by u heav>
plank failing tin ii. n>- is at his post
bill still suffering.
Sir. w. v. Pay no atid ialnil> htivi
inovi-ii from Atlanta t-> ur'ecttvvcod. s
(..'. Mis. Payne ami lib] visited rein
t iv.-.- bot;0 last week.
Mr. ami Mrs. P. P. Smith hhve de
cided tu h'tivc their pretty hoine am!'
:.i buck to tlicir plantatioo on tiio ri\- j
smith to no promising t:> keep their
table supplied with i're?li Itsh. n?- i.- '
\ \\ t).M \ n TO 1 11! KESt i E.
Miss Minnie Peiirson Prltilitons Hure?
hir ivitli Pistol.
ialul i ;-.?! a bad scare Saturday night
IS it i
?.: I hi I'-ii in t-ni
S'"- I'u- hargainn thai we air- offer
ing hi Dinner Sots, in different decor
atioiis. colors 11 ml designs, at money
sax ihg ibices,
S. M. & R. 11. Wilkau .? <"o.
in Your Scalp?
It Has Been Proven that
Microbes Cause Baldness
Professor lima of Hamburg",
Germany, ami l)r. Snhourntul, the.
leading Kreuch dermatologist, dis
covered that :i Microbe ctiti-i'- Imld
ness. Their theory hits liMo ami
again been amply verified through
reseti rdi experiments carried on
under the observation 01' eminent
scientists. This microbe lodges in
the Seht um which is l ho natural
hair oil. and vvhen permitted to
Moorish i; destroys the liair f??1'i? s
and in t ime 1 he pores out i: Iv close,
and the scalp gradually (akes oh a
shiny appearance. When this lihp
pens there i- ho luljve of the groWth
of hair being Iiis ived.
I hindrulT i ? :. coiiI ligioti ? dis'
scalp, falling liaii* ami baldness.
1 hiiiilrttlV i it: cm I 1 >\ 1 he liiierol ie
alYoel ihg tlie glands which produce
'tin- sebaceous mattet', Uhit'll littler
I t hen ilfmal U ral IVdries tip find St idCi
Wo have :i remedy w 11ie:i v. ill.
we honestly believe, remove dan*
i ?1 i n It", cxtertUinnto ( he iOierobOj pro*
; mote good circulation in the scalp
'and iironud I he hair roots, tighten
and revitalize the hair root-, and
overcomo baldness, so long as there
is any life left in t ho hair root ?;.
W'e back tip this statement with
our own personal guarantee that
this remedy called HcXftll "'.?.'1" Hair
Tonic will be supplied free of all
co.si tot ho user if it fails to do as we
It will frequently rostoro gray
and faded hair t<> original color,
providing loss of color hast been
caused by disease; yet it is in no
sense a dye, Uoxall "'.?'>'' Hair
Tonic accomplishes theso results by
making every hair tout, follicle and
pigment glahd strong and netivc,
atid by stimulating a natural flow
of coloring pigim hi throughout the
licXhli "W Tonic ?? en
tirely fret! 1*: >: ? - :. if ????!; 'ient,
i- i xceodingly ;-!;?:;? ant to ese rind
will not gtint ihe liaitMir pe'riUjiisettily
soil t ho clothing ' " piIlo\\ *,
\Ve exact no obligat ions'i or pfohe?
ises we .-imply : -\ yon to give i; a
thorough tri.-.I atid if not satisfied
tell u< and v.o v. ill refund the money
prices oil eon! ? and ? 1.00, JJpil eni*
ber voit (tan ribliiiii ohlv al --
The llcxall Store.
The highest medical authority
Sir James Crkliton Browne, LL.D.-?F.R.S.
of i ondon,
gives t!ie beet reasons for eating more
? pilblisiKM in tin"
\" nuth's Companion >>t Septem
! cr 2 m.I. l"Ol?. I )r. lirowno, the
14 ro a t 111 oil ical ;ui I hot i t y ? n
foods, says, about brain ami
muscle building ?
"There is one Uiiicl of food
that seems to me of marked
value as .1 food to the brain and
to the whole body throughout
childhood and adolescence
(youth), and that is oatmeal.
'Oats arc the most nutritious
of nil the cereals, I? im; richer
in fats, organic phosphorus and
lb- says oatmeal is gaming
Rio mid with tin' well-to-do oi
Cjreat Britain. He Speaks of it
?i-. the mainstay of the Scottish
laborer's dirt and s.,ys it pro
du -.-s a big-boned; well-devel
oped, mentally eiiergtHio race.
I i ts experiments pun <? that
good oatmeal such as Quaker
1 Kits n?>t only furnishes the best
food for the human brine;, but
eating it strengthens ami en
larges the thyroid gland this
gland is intimately connected
with the nourishing processes
of the body,
I n COIIclll ii6n lie says -
'It seems probable therefore
that the bulk and brawn in ess ol
tlit; Northerners (meaning th>*
Scotch) has been in some
in, asttre due to the stimulation
the thyroid gland by oatnte ?
porridge i;i childhood
Tli ? SVotch e ;t Quaker Oati
becutis ? it i ?, Lite best ot all oat
me tl v
N ! Iii?) Hll\ Kil l.! I).
\vt UU iiitldj Sllili lij .1 ii<i ( hill's, \< -
ortliuti !<? I In- Ti'slliiioii).
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i lipy who !:? (1 vvjih jil.s niolliei' ? :i (hi1
' lioiii' l.itnl't i<l. \\a- Shol illltl in.!.ml Ij
' U whit Ii In? I ?
? - I 'A fill lll'l
; i! in i ilium I i if 111 in ;-i ? Im
; oilier cotihn hlekers In- |ilitcoil I he o.nli
> loll >\ Ii Ii tIi" |Hirt> fill i lunltU'tl
w Mi'!: in ! ntui' ui iiiiii'i' ittikHo.w h to liii
iii i hui' ? ii iiuil *;<unf.? i ? ii 'i >;ui, Hie imi
allair v\ ? an a< Hili'lll
Sni ii Lei' I uili'il Ii ( iinic.
Hti'l'Si vyi !
ui i1111? i i?
will Iii- iii?
\ I?: 11 WilkoH i ? .
Do You (iamble?
Some people put the saving's
of .i lifo tiiuc into a home, and
tuen trust to Iyl'CK to avoid the
I thousand and one daggers ??! file
'. i.? you3 i Ubers invest thoh
eiUtre assets nt a store atid then
carry the whole or .? part <?)' their
insurance themselves, (hinkitig
they can do so as well is (lie
I insurance ebinpanies. I><> ydti t
Insurance is based on the law ?|
uveriuges, and can be safely con
ducted, btti only1 when l>a-<<i on
(he;experiences tif tens of thous
ands bi cases scattered ovei the
J. J. Adams
at Bank of I aureus
Too Late, Too I.ate,
to think about taking out a policy
<>n your house if it is aln ally
burning. VVc lake a risk hut not
a certainty. If you have taken
tune by the forelock, ami insured
your property against lire, you
Absolute Certain! \
that the company Will pay all j[
jjj your. The rae< i tot!,.- t
J swift, und you owe it n> your p
(J i'amilj to protect them fron: all "
i rouble . I?.. hot be a laggard, jjj
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