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$ SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. }
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Tho concert at the Graded school
last Friday night was very much en
joyed by the large audience who at
tended. The program consisted o
music and reading and an nmusin;
monologue, Aunt Jerushn's Album.
Mrs. J. H. Tengue nssumed the char
acter of ' tumt Jerusha" and very en
tertainly told tho history and charnter
Istlc of each face in her life size nlbum
Mrs. c. P. Rankin nnd Prof. Darn
well gave a piano nnd violin duet
Mrs. 11. K. Alken and Mrs. S. K. Den
dy ti piano duet. Mrs. G. S. McCrav]
sang a solo accompanied by her son
.lames, on the violin and Mrs. Turne
at the piano. Miss (dzzie Rlchey reell
ed In costume of an old darkle "Tin
Old Goose." Mrs. Turner s vocal class
sang, and Miss Mary Todd and Mis:
Annie Rlchey sang solos each,
A very enjoyable number on tin
program was the playing of little Hen
ry and Flora Rennet, she with tin
violin and he playing the accompany
meat on the piano. Miss Marie Phil
pot recited .lames Whltcomb Riley'i
Raggedy Man. and Miss Margare
Franks "The Goblins 'ill Get You.'
Little Luclle Vance Irby sang a sonj
to the "Teddy Hear."
* The entertainment was for the bene
\ lit of the school library and other Char
itabl .? purposes.
The Wednesday club held its meet
1 lug with Mrs. .1. 1). Watts Wednesday
- last at her new home on Main strei t
_ The subject for the afternoon was
( American sculptors and painters. Mrs
\V. E. Lucas read an Interesting pa
3 per on llukstohl tlx1 noted sculptor
Mrs. A. ('. Todd's "Art treaures 0
America" giving a graphic descriptioi
" of some of the country's finest work:
of art. Mrs. J. 1). Watts read an arti
cle on representltive American sculp
tors among them, Hiram Powers tin
' sculptor of the Greek slave, Frencl
" and bis famous Angel arresting Death
Dallin. the western sculptor and M?
' Moni"s maker of the stature of liherlj
and lite beautiful fountain at tin
" Worlds Fair. Mrs. Lucas nave sonn
~ beautiful piano selections. .Mrs. Watt!
served delightful refreshments of char
lotte rouse and cake.
Mrs. .1. II. TeagUO entertained tin
a Fortnightly club Friday afternoon
- The occasion way a beautiful remindei
- of St. Patrick's day. the Irish greet
s being in evidence everywhere. Tin
t house was beautiful with ferns am
" growing plants. The Maine was na
A Hons and was spirited and progressive
the score was kept on St. Patrick card:
Coal for Easter.
Order us to send you a large r>r small amount that you may
enjoy yourself, no matter what the weather may be.
We have just bought some extra teams
are better prepared now than ever before to serve you
promptly with a Dray of any kind.
GET THE HABIT OF PHONING YOUR WANTS TO 33
J, W, & R. M. Eichelberger
Long Distance Phone,--33. 4
? is the last day for paying the April dues on stock and on
? loans to the
I Merchants Building and Loan .Association
a After this date all delinquent stockholders are subject to
I a fine of TEN CENTS A SHARE.
? *X. J. ADAMS, SEC. and TREAS,
J. L. HOPKINS
Before you buy your Spring Oxfords. A large line to
Sec that Oxford with the strap on it in Tans and ?
^ Buy your Children's Oxfords from me. The prices arc right (
In green decorated with shamrock am
sceneB from Kilarney. Among thos
present were Mrs. C. F. Rankni. Mrt
Carrol Miller, Mrs. Robert McCuer
Mrs. Eugene Hudgens, Mrs. R. E
Copeland, Mrs. C. C. Featherstonc
Mrs. A. M. Sanders, Mrs. .lohn Hud
Rens, Mrs. J. J. Adams, Mrs. W. H
Rlchey, Jr., Mrs. 1). F. Clardy, Mrt
Lainar Smith, Mrs. J. A. Smyth, Mrt
T. 1). Darlington. Mrs. Warren Boll
Mrs. Morrisett, Mrs. Cochran, Mrt
Conner Kuller. Mrs. Clarence Gra>
Mrs. George Albright. Mrs. N. B. Dial
.Mrs. Perrin Minter, Mrs. W. II. Wash
ington, Mrs, O. W. Leonard. Mrs. .1
1). Watts. Mrs. A. C. Todd, Miss Emmi
Meng. Miss Lila Hart. Miss Anill
Gilkerson and Miss Bessie Todd. Thos
assisting Mrs. Teague were: Mrs. Wil
; lie Anderson, Mrs. Hugh Alken an
Mrs. Sam Saxon. The same colors i
green were in evidence in the refresh
incuts which consisted of coffee, sand
wiches. cheese straws, and ice croar
Miss Jennie Fleming will arrlv<
Thursday from the Woman's colleg
in Columbia and it is expected sh
will bring with bei a party of colleg
friends to spend the Easter holidays
Miss Edna Garlington returned Mon
day from a visit to Greenville.
DR. SIIAYER HONORED.
Appointed to Represent H I'll. I1IIJU ?I
Dr. Isadoro Schayer of this city
member of the medical corps, 1st re?
iment, N. <:. s. c. with the rank c
captain, has been appointed by Get
Boyd to accompany Major Baker, l
S. A. in making the annual inspec
tion of the hospital corps atttachment
and the medical property of the Firsi
Second and Third regiments of th
The detail has been accepted an
Dr. Schayer has gone to Charlesto
where the first inspection will bo marl
today. The ether assignments ar
Columbia. Cnmden, Ellorcc, Yorkvill
Chamberlain's stomach and Live
_ Tablets invariably bring to wome
suffering from chronic const ipatioi
headache, biliousness, dizziness, sal
lownoss of the skin and dyspepsii
? Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
V. I). C. Will Meet.
The J. it. Kershnw chapter of Daugl
tors o\ the Confederacy will meet Mon
day the 2Stll of March with Mrs. t
C. Featherstonc at four o'clock at he
home on Main street.
Stubborn As Mules
ari' liver and bowels sometimes; s> <?!
to balk without cause. Then there
trouble Loss of Appetite ? ludigcstio
Nervourness, Despondency. Headach
? Hut suet- troubles fly beton? Dr. King
New Lite Pills, the world's best ston
ach and Liver remedy. So easy. L'"
? at Laurens Drug Co. and PaltUOtt
<J No stomach dosing?breaUV the pleasant,
healing, geim-killing air of Hyomei, and cuxc
CATARRH, COUCHS. COLDS. CROUP.
SORE THROVT. BRONCHITIS. ETC.
<J Complete outfit, including hard rubber in
haler. $ 1.00. on money-back |>lan. Extra
bottles, 50c. Drug^uts everywhere, and by
j, Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, s. (
Get Ready to
and buy your
We have a fresh lot of
Garden Seeds of all kinds
of a good variety best a
dapted to our Southern
Yellow Danver and Sil
ver Skin Onion Sets,
Irish Potatoes, Seed
Corn, Field and Snap
Laurens, S. C.
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COUCHES OF QUALITY
Genuine Leather Couches, only $19.50 |
jf Beautiful Velour Covered Couch, only $9.90 If
If you look around and compare values you will find that a Couch like this would cost
you at least $30 in any any other store in Eaurens. Our price is only
You cannot fail to be pleased with this Beautiful Couch. The frames arc of quarter
sawed Oak, richly carved and highly polished, and set off with hand carved claw feet. Up
holstered in Genuine Leather, evenlv tufted and finished with ruffled edge, that adds great
ly to its beauty. Indistructible Springs. Our price, remember, is only #19.50.
jers including durable
raps and ribbon ties,
w in vogue. Prices
.$2.00 to $1.00
1 Pumps all leathers
Upholstered in best quality Velour, quarter sawed < )ak frail
of best steel construction, full spring edge, finely tufted, worth .
her our price is only \ ?
Other Styles Ranging in Prices From
iFreight Paid on Bills of $10.00 am
st as cheap as Ours
as Good as Ours
ist id ions
Well BucRets For Bored
uy for Easter
ARE MADE BY:
? for Easter
cials lor Basier
and are for sale by merchants all o\'
assortment .-it the pi ice
in the very best values
... . . 1:1 e nv for >'",! t0 011 y- x<,,i>
We are now prepared to do any kind ol 1 inK| ^jlc price
Shingle or Gravel Roofing. We seil the bcsQQ and 1.50
Paints for Tin or Metal Shingle Roofs. There , , , ,
? s 111 just the style rind
great many tin roofs in this city that need paintvaut. More to se
Is yours one of them? If so, see us about it. Let &\>cc
tell you the best kind of paint to use and why some
paints arc injurious to tin roofs. We are prepared to
do any kind of Sheet Metal work, such as Smoke
Stacks, Steel Tanks, Cornice, Skylights, and in fact
anything made of Tin and Sheet Metal.
Gray Block, - Sullivan Street,
LAURENS, 5. C.