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I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. I
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Mr. and Mrs. Christopher and child
ren of Atlanta were the guests lu8<
week of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Christopher
on Main street.
Mrs. J. M. Monroe front near Mount
Vllle and little son Downs tire visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boyd.
Miss Jennie Fleming and Miss Edna
Garlington left Tuesday morning for
a stay of some weeks at Mont teat,
Miss Lizzie Schulet of Ashville and
Mrs. J. Boyles of Texas are visiting
Mrs. W. H. Martin on Main street.
Mrs. Tallula Jones and Miss Toccoa
Calne have gone to Norfolk to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tatar.) of M< Coll
have been in the city several days as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holt,
Miss Bessie Pratt of Greenwood was
<<\e guest of Miss Nora Taylor for a
Vjflf1 of two this week.
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Messrs W. (1. Ross and T. (!. Trayn
honi left Monday for a trip to the
mountains of North Carolina.
Mrs. W. 'I'. Dor roh spent last week
in Woodruff with relatives.
Miss Lillian Brownlee of Greenville,
Miss Sallie Dial Brownlee of Dials
and Misses Margaret Stevens and Mil
tie Todd of Gray Court were the guests
of Misses Etta and Frilla Brownlee
Mrs. R. C. Richardson and children
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs,
J. H. Sullivan left Tuesday morning
for Skyland, N. c.
Mrs. J. R. Little, Miss Ina Little.
Job and Randolph Little are spending
some time at Montreal, N. C.
Miss Mary Sullivan left Monday
on a visit to friends and relatives in
Mrs. W. E. Lucas. Mrs. M. L. Cope
land. Mr. T. I. Swygert, Edwin and
Robert Lucas spent Sunday at Ohi< K
Springs making the trip In Mrs. Lucas'
Among those who enjoyed ihe dance
Wednesday evening at the Traynlinin
Guards armory were Miss McManus
of Lancaster. Miss Gladys Harksdale of
Greenwood, Miss Bailey of Green
wood, Misses Courtney and Gttssie
Watts, Miss Susie Cray. Miss Cobroit.
of Pensncola. Fla., Miss Mary Todd.
Miss .Tosle Sullivan, and Miss Annie
Kichey. Messrs. G. A. Eichelberger, A.
W. Teague, V. s. Gilkerson, R. H.
Richey, James Sullivan. Hope Irby,
Pierce Irby, E. D. Hasterby, F. K.
Spratt. Henry Yenrgtn, Henry Counts,
? One of tie prettiest occasions Lau
rens BOClet.V has enjoyed in some time
was the reception given Tuesday even
ing by Miss Donie Counts at the beau
tiful new home of her parents, Mr.
I Mrs. I). II. Counts on Main street.
Miss Pearl McMnnus of Lancaster who
is the guest of Miss Counts was the
honoree of the evening and there were
about forty guests invited. Graceful
ferns and plants added to the beauty
of the spacious rooms nnd hallway
which were brilliantly lighted. A
delightful musical program was car
ried out by Miss Mary Todd, Miss
Gladys Harksdale, Miss Annie Sit
grcaves. Miss Julia Gregory, Miss An
nie Richey. Miss Mary Todd and Miss
Annie Sitgreaves assisted the hostess
in receiving and Miss Kdmonia Gar
rett nnd Miss Esther Fowler served
fruit punch. An Ice cream course was
ser ."d during the < VOliing. Among the
o nf town visitors present were
"Vi s Julia Gregory of Lancaster, Miss
Giadys Barksdale of Greenwood, Miss
Isabel Bailey of Greenwood, Miss Isa
bel Dacus of Greenville, Miss Lody
Miller of Abbeville, and Miss Haynie
hil l. Uli. G F. ILMS.
That's the Onlj IVll)' to Cure Dandruff,
and Parisian Sag? the Dill) Killer.
V Parisian Sage soaks into the scalp.
,i t i when it reaches the roots of the
Ifv-fnir it not only kills every dandruff
germ, but it Btipplies the hair with
just the right kind of nourishment to
put vigor and strength into it and
make it grow.
Parisian Sage is the most delightful
hair dressing In the world and is not
sticky or greasy. Fse it one week and
you will never give it Up.
Parisian Sage is guaranteed by The
Laurens Drug Co. to stop falling hair;
lo cure dandruff: keep hall' from fad
ing; to stop itching of the scalp, or
money back. Price ?">?> cents a large
bottle. The girl with the Auburn hair
^ is on every bottle.
The total receipts of the Laurens
postOffice for the fiscal year ending
June 30, amounted to $10,274.47, thus
maintaining the position which this
??ofliCAWas placed a year ago and which
makes the town eligible to free de
livery of mail.
Work 21 Honrs a Day.
The busiest little things ever made
are Dr. Kinn'? New Lite rills. Every
pilll Is a sugar-coated globule of
health, that changes wenkness Into
Strength, languor Into energy, brain
fag into mental power: curing Consti
tution. Headache, Chills, Dyspepsia.
Malaria. 25c at Laurens Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
a meeting of the stockholders of
the Peoples Loan & Exchange Hank of
Laurens, s. c. win be held in the
Office of the bank on August :.':!, 1010,
tt 10 o'clock A. VI.
7 C. W. Tune.
July 10, 1010. Cashier.
WHY WOMEN SUFFER
With Piles and How to Find a Last
intr ( ure.
Constipation is a most frequent
cause of piles. That is why women
suffer more often from piles than men.
Indoor work and lack of exercise
brings on the attacks.
The Laurens Drug Co. sell Hem
R?hl, an internal, tablet remedy for
piles, on the understanding that you
can have the money back if dissatis
fied. ?l for a large bottle. Dr. Leon
I hard! Co., station B, Buffalo, N. v..
I mail booklet on request.
"Train is Bone tiene."
Some towns are good sleepers. They I
are hard to wake. A certain drum
mer one winter's night left a call for
the 5:40 train next morning. The
negro porter rapped on his door sev
eral times in the chill of the early
dawn but got no response. About
6:15 he tried again and received a
sleepy reply, "What It?" "Boss, jc>t
wanted to tell you dat your train is
done gone.'" "What in the-are
you telling me that for?" "Well. 1
tho't you would enjoy your niornin's
nap better, yas sar."
Prof. Culbcrtsoii Declines.
Editor Advertiser?1 notice in last
week's issue of The Advertiser that
my name is suggested as a candidate
for superintendent of education.
Since this has been done without
my permission or knowledge, please
allow me through your columns to
express my sincere appreciation of the
confidence and kind regard entertain
ed for me as expressed by my friends
in that nomination, and in other com
munications kindly offering encour
agement and support. My interest in
hie schools of the county and my de
votion to the cause of education are
fully understood. I think from my
past life which has been unceasingly
given to school work. If conscientious
conviction inspired the belief that a
better and greater service could be
rendered ia a position other than
my chosen profession, patriotism
would make it a pleasure to respond
to such a call. Hut. however much
I may desire to comply with the wish
es of friends, my purpose not to be
come a candidate for political ofllce
remains unchanged. Therefore, I
must decline the nomination for sup
erintendent of education.
w. I'. Culberlson.
Mountvillc, .Inly IS.
Itching F.czema Washed Away.
Is it worth L'."> cents to you to slop
that awful, agonizing itch? Surely
you will spend -'."> cents on your drug
gist's recommendation, to cool and
heal and soothe that terrible itching
By arrangement with the l>. 1). D.
Laboratories of Chicago. WO are able
to make a special offer of a 25-Cent
bottle of their oil of wintergreen com
pound, known as 1). 1). 1). Prescrip
tion. Call, or write or telephone to
the Laurons Drug Co.
We absolutely know that the Itch is
slopped at once by 1). 1). 1). Pre
scription, and the cures all seem to
i be permanent.
Now is the
time to prepare
your land] [for
X FresH Seed of the
best varieties at
\ Dr. Posey's Drug
Notice of Bankruptcy.
In the District Court of the Tutted
States, for the District of
In the matter of
.MKS. LUCY A. SPARKS.
To the creditors of Mrs. Luc) A.
Sparks, of Laurens. in the County of
Laurens. and District aforesaid, a
Notice Is hereby given that on the
12th day of .Inly. 1910, the said .Mrs.
Lucy A. Sparks was duly adjudicated
bankrupt, and that the first meeting of
her creditors will 1m; held in the oltlCO
of Messrs. Simpson, Cooper & P.abb.
Laurens. S. ('., on the 23d day of Inly.
1010, at three o'clock in the afternoon,
at which time the said creditors may
attend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt, con
sider any composition that may be of
fered, consider any proposed sale of
the itssets of said estate that may be
made and transact such other busi
ness as may properly come before
.Inn. J. Karle,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Columbia, s. C, July 12, 1910.
Now is the
Get the Seed at
Laurens. S. C.
Several lots on South Harper street.
01 acres near Mountville, rents for
2,100 lbs. lint cotton. $25 per acre.
House nnd lot on B. Main street, 8 1-2
acres and 15 room concrete dwelling;
finest place In upper South Carolina.
On easy terms.
House and lot near Baptist church.
Cheap at $1,600.
321 acres near Garlington station.
$10 per acre.
Two elegant residences on Sullivan
street on easy terms.
Two eight room dwellings and one
four room dwelling on North Harper
street, on easy n.-nns.
One hundred acres tillable land
within corporate limits of city, very
reasonable and easy terms.
Three lots on South Harper street
well located and cheap.
Two elegant farms near McDaniol's
mill, well improved, 72 acres and (12
acres, line neighborhood, schools and
A number of farms nnd other prop
erty for sale, see us before you pur
chase or sell your properly.
Todd Building Laurens, S. C.
DU. CLIFTON JONES
Office In Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 80; Residence 219.
Automobile Agency Proposition
We are distributing agents for the high class, medium price
and have an attractive agency proposition to offer live, hust
ling men. Write me for further information.
The Irene Garage,
Harry C. Wheat, Mgr. Gaffney, S. C.
! Wednesday, July 27th
I Baseball?Columbia vs Jacksonville
? J.v. Laurens 7:20 a. in., $1.25; Clinton 7:50 a. in., $1.25; Goldville 8:05 a. m., $1.00;
Q Kinards 8:13 a. 111., Si.00; Gary 8:18 a. 111., $1.00; Jalapa S:.> | a. 111., $1.00; Ncwbcrry 8.47
ft a. in., $1.00; Prosperity 9:07 a. 111., 75c; Slighs 9:25 a. in., 75c; Link- Mountain (>:2(s a. 111.,
?) 9:33 a. 111.. 75c; Cliapin 9:45 a. 111., 50c; Hilton 9:54 a. 111., 50c; VVliitc Rock <j:=,.S a. 111., 50c;
0 Hallcntinc 10:06 a. 111., 50c; Inno 10:18 a. 111., 50c. Arrive Columbia 10:50 a. 111.
Returning, Tickets good on any Regular Train up to and including Train
14, due to leave Gervais Street, Columbia, Thursday, July 28th, 5:20 p. m.
Ask Agents, Phone or Write
S W. J. GRAIG, P. T. M., J. F. LIVINGSTON, S. A.,
9 Wilmington, N. C. Columbia, S. C.
i tj|f 44WIZARD*'
I Will Continue His Sale
One Week Longer
For This Week Only
One lot $20.00 Suits this
A chance of a life time
Men's-Women's Regal Oxfords
This week $3.50 Oxfords
One lot Women's Oxfords
worth $1.75, this week
Hen s Suits
One lot Men's Suits,
worth $15.00, for
One lot Men's Suits worth
$5.00 and $6.00, this week
Men's Odd Pants
We can please you, from
$1.19 up to $4.48
Any price you want, any color, any size, from
$1.10 up to $4.68
We can't mention half the bargains we have for you. Come see for yourself.
Tribble Clothing Company
tUp-to-date Clothiers, - Laurens, S. C.