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5 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. S
Messrs J. W. Danklin and Clyde
Franks. Misses Zellne Cray) Ethel Sim
mons and Rosalie Franks visited
friends al Fountain Inn Sunday after
noon, making the trip In Mr. Dank
Miss Pearl MnManus of Lancaster is
the guest of Miss Donie Counts who,
in compliment to her charming visi
tor, gave a very delightful reception
Miss Annie Mae Haynie of Greenville
is visiting her friend, Miss Eva Triable
on West Main street.
Mrs. C. H. Hicks has been elected as
organist at the First .Methodist church,
succeeding Mrs. Frank Tatum nee Miss
.lessie Bolt. Mrs. Hicks Is an accom
plished musician and her acceptance
of the place is gratifying to the choir
and membership of the First church,
Miss Willie Rice of Spnrtnnhurg
spent the week-end with the family
of Mrs. Brooks Swygert.
\ Miss Avie Mahaffey has returned
Afrom a six weeks' visit to relatives in
>*Texarkana, Ark.-Tex., accompained by
her cousin. Miss Luis MalnifiYy vvlio
will si)ond some time In Laurens and
Miss Lucy Reden of Graycourt. and
Miss Mable West, of Greenville visited
friends in the city for a few days last
Mrs. George Young- entertained a
party of little girls Tuesday afternoon
at her home on Harper street in honor
of her doughter Elizabeth. About
tweilty-flvs little girls enjoyed names
and delightful refreshments,
Mrs. Irene Langley of Camp Hill,
Alabama, arrived in the city a few
days ago and is visiting at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Teague.
Mrs. M. L. Copeland entertained
Wednesday afternoon in honor of lit
tle Miss Cathrine Ball. About fifteen
little girls enjoyed progressive games
and delightful cream and cake. Among
those present were Claudia Darling
ton. Lucy Vance Darlington, Hattie
Cray. Elizabeth Hood of Sumter, Eliza
beth Young. Lucia Featherstone, Phoe
be Feutherstone, Cathrine Wilkes, Hel
n Sullivan. Mary Wilkes, Lula Dial.
Lila Tod 1. Mary Burton and Battle
At the music recital given by Mrs.
W. E. Lucas' class the following pu
pils took part. Misses Elizabeth Mose
ley, Hattie Cray, Francis Davis, Mar
guerite Simpson, Laura Barksdale.
Helen Sullivan and Nannie Bhamlett.
Mastt r Robert Lucas added to the
pleasure of the evening by giving two
The Laurens Drug Co. Sells the Great*
est Hair Hcnutiflcr in the World.
Parisian Sage, the grand and effi
cient hair restorer, is guaranteed to
peri neatly remove dandruff In two
w< -, or your money back.
Parisian Sage stops falling hair?it
prevents the hair from fading.
It is the best beautifler Of ladies'
hai.\ as it makes harsh, lusterless hair
fluffy, soft and beautiful. It is a most
refreshing and daintily perfumed
dressing, not sticky or greasy.
Parisian Sage is sold and rigidly
guaranteed by Laurens Drug Co.
Price 50 cents a large bottle. The
girl with the Auburn hair is on every
"In the time I have used Parisian
Sage I have found It very satisfactory I
both as a grower and dandruff cure."
? Miss Ada M. Pratt. Hoosick, N. Y.J
Mar. _>:?. 1010.
CHESTNUT RIDGE HAPPENINGS.
Protracted Meeting Will Begin at
Chestnut Ridge 4th Sunday.
Chestnut Ridge, July 11.?Every
thing is moving atung nicely .since the
rains ceased and with a few more
days of sunshine the farmers will be
gin to lay-by their crops.
Rev. B. C. Watson tilled Iiis regular
appointment Saturday at the Ridge and
Mr. Barnette, a student of Furman,
tilled the pulpit Sunday at eleven
The Ladies Missionary society of
Trinity church met Friday at the home
of .Mrs. Jeff. Davis.
Miss Nellie Mulette of Sumter will
visit her sister, Mrs. Marion Caine this
Revival services will begin at Chest
nut Ridge church the fourth Sunday
night in this month. Pastor Watson
will be assisted hv Hev. Mr. fluy of
Quite a number of young people
spent the Fourth at Royd's mill.
Mr. Date Dolt spent Sunday with
Mr. J. C. Barksdale.
The Sun Ream society of Chestnut
Ridge church will he entertained Sat
urday afternoon at the homo of Mrs.
J. D. W. Watts.
A GREAT SUCCESS.
Drauglion's Business College of Green?
vlllo Has a Large Enrollment.
Hardly three months ago Drauglion's
Practical Business College Company
opened one of its famous colleges in
Oreenvllle, S. ('.. and already its en
rollment is said to be about Beventj
live students in regular attendance,
with more coming in every week.
There are two reasons for the heavy
attendance just now. One is that these
colleges have a national reputation
for thoroughness and the other is that
just now the special low summer rates
are in effect.
Mr. B. L. Rushing, the manager of
Drauglion's college in Greenville, re
ports thai u young lady in his college
completed the course in Shorthand and
typewriting In nine weeks and accept
ed a good position, which she is now
tilling with satisfaction to her employ
ers. However, Mr. Rushing states that
this case is somewhat exceptional,
hut shows what can he done under the
direction of his expert teachers when
the students makes the proper appli
cation to the studies of the course.
Any one Interested in bookkeeping,
hanking, shorthand, typewriting, pen
manship, etc.. will get full information
as to rates, time to complete a course,
cost of board, etc., by writing to B.
L, Hushing. Mgr.. Drauglion's Practi
cal Business College, Greenville, S. C.
Count) Union to .Meet.
There will be a regular meeting
of the i.aureus County Formers' union
at l.aurens Friday. July 2li at 11
o'clock. All sub unions will please
meet and elect delegates, as a full
attendance is desired, as business of
importance will come before the union.
o. P. Goodwin.
Card of Thanks.
Mrs. Marion Jennings and members
of her family desire to publicly thank
all those who rendered assistance on
the occasion of the recent death and
burial of Mr. Jennings.
Hoard of Registration.
The hoard of registration meets on
the first Monday in each month. All
who desire registration cert ideates
must come before the board on that
J. Pat Caldwell,
HOW TO CURB RHEUMATISM.
It Is an Internal Disease and Requires
an Internal Remedy.
The cause of Rheumatism and kin
dled disease.* is an excess of uric
acid in the blood. To cure this terrible
disease this acid must be expelled and
the system so regulated that no more
acid will be formed in excessive
quantities. Rheumatism is an Internal
disease and requires an internal reme
dy. Rubbing with Oils and Liniments
will not cure, affords only temporary
relief at liest, causes you to delay this
proper treatment, allows the malady
to get a firmer hold on you. Liniments
may ease the pain, but they will no
more cure Rheumatism than paint
will change the fibre of rotten wood.
Science has at last discovered a per
fect and complete cure, which is call
ed "Rheumaclde." Tested In hundreds
of cases, it lias effected the most mar
velous cures; we believe it will cure
you. Rheumaclde "gets at the joints
from the inside." sweeps the poisons
out of the system, tones up the stom
ach, regulates the liver and kidneys
and makes you well all over. Rheu
maclde "strikes the root of the dis
ease and removes its cause." This
splendid remedy is sold by druggists
and dealers generally at f>0c. and $1
a bottle. In tablet form at 25 and 50c
a package. Get a bottle today. Book
let free if you write to Bobbitt Chem
ical Co.. Baltimore, Md. Trial bottle
tablets 25?; by mail. Poi sale by LAU
RENS DRUG CO.
II docs justice to producer and
consumer and wlthholdes Injustice
STRAIN TOO GREAT.
Hundred of Laurens Readers Find
Daily Tail a Burden.
The hustle and worry of business
Tin1 bard work' and stooping of work
The woman's household cares,
Are too great a strain on the kid
Backache, headache, sideachc,
Kidney troubles, urinary troubles
\ Laurens citizen tells you how to
cure them all.
Mr. II. Franks. -101 Chestnut St..
Laurens. S. C. says; ,-I have used
Bonn's Kidney Pills at different times
for several years and consider them
to l?e die best kidney remedy that can
be had. I was bothered a great deal
by pains through the small of my back
and did not know what to do to obtain
relief until Doan's Kidney Pills were
brought to my attention. I procured
a box at the Palmetto Drug Store ami
they proved to he just the remedy I
needed, giving me relief in a short
time. I gladly rccomend Doan's Kid
ney Fills to other kidney sufferers."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Fostor-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York. &.Ol0 U'JK nts for the United
K< iiiiinb.'.- Li' ',nme-- Doan's?nn'I
take no oilier.
They save time, labor, money and
failure. They patronize the railways
and the waterways you have appro
BDON TO PILE VI (ILMS.
A Cure Without Cutting or Other Ob
Here is a priceless boon to anyone
who suffers with piles of any k.ndi
A medicine in tablet form, taken in
ternally that cures all forms of piles.
Only 2 per cent of known failures.
A medicine that is sold under strict
guarantee. Your money back if you
are one of the 2 per cent.
A modi "hie that avoids operations
and use of nasty salves or supposi
The Laurens Drug Co sells Ihi.
remedy Dr. I.oonhardt's Hem-Roid, $1
for 24 days' treatment. Dr. Leonhardt
Co.. Station 1?. Buffalo, N. Y.. Props
Write for booklet.
Don't delay, buy n Refrigerator now,
our prices will please you.
S. M. & B. it. Wilkes & Go.
Six nice Tumblers for only l?> cts.
ri. M. & B. H. Wilkes ft Co
In these days a young man or young
woman without an education is
ERSKINE COLLEGE, Due West, S. C,
offers an opportunity to remove the
ERSKINE COLLEGE gives thorough
instruction in all departments. Two
courses leading to degree of A. B.
THE WYLIE HOME offers an excep
tional opportunity to young women
ready for the college classes.
Write for illustrated catalogue to
J. S. MOFFATT, President.
Greenwood, S. C,
Spartanburg, S. C.
and Return Via.
Charleston & Western Carolina Ry.
In Connection with Spartanburg to Johnson City, Tenn., Excursion,
via C. C. & O. Railroad
Thursday, July 14=15,1910
Round Trip Tickets to Spartan burg, S. C, v. ill be on sale at prices below
Greenwood, S. C, $1.25; Coronaco. 1.25; Waterloo, 1.25; Cold Point, 1.25;
Laurens, 1.00; Ora, 95c; Lanford, 85c; Enoree, 75c; Woodruff, 65c; Svvitzer,
55c; Moore, 35c; Roebuck, 25c.
Tickets will be sold for regular train No 5, leaving Greeenwood July 14th,
(5:50 a. m., arriving Spartanburg 9:30 a. m. Returning on any regular train
leaving Spartanburg before midnight of July 15. Train No. 6 will leave Spar
tanbug on July 15th at 6:00 p. m., so as to connect with C. C. & 0. excursion
For further information call on Ticket Agents, or
<;. T. BRYAN, Gcn'l Agt, J. P. PHILLIPS, Ticket Agt., C. M. GASQUK, Agt.,
Greenville, S. C. Greenwood, vS. C. Laurens, S. C.
LCRNHST WILLIAMS, Gen'l Pass. Agent,
To see us for
The best job of Electric Wiring, Elect
Chandeliers, Electric heating devices of
How about a front door Bell?
Swygert & Teague
Agents "E. M. F." Automobiles
Get yourself ready and come to Laurens. Keep your eye on
Red Iron Racket Greatest Bargain House of the sunny south
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY - FIVE BIG CUT PRICE STORES