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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. C. A. Powers spent Sunday In
Solicitor Cooper is attending court
Mr. l'liil Huff returned Sunday to
Mr. W. It. Oshorne. of Mountville.
.spent Monday here.
Mr. John F. Davis of Clinton, wtt3
in the city Saturday.
Mrs. S. B. Plttss spent a part of last
week with friends at Bradley.
Miss Mattte Waters, of Brovard, N.
C, is visiting Mrs. M. L. Nash
Charles Fleming was al home
from Davidson for Thanksgiving.
Mr. S. Y. Culbertson went to Au
gusta Thursday to see "Ben Hur".
Mr. J. W. Wells, of Gray Court, was
among the visitors to the city ."riday.
Mrs. M. H. Stone and children spent
'"hanksgivlng at Cross Hill with rela
Mr. .1. H. Neshlt, who lives on
Route .">, will move very soon to An
Messrs. E. O. Anderson and Clyde
b'ranks spent Thanksgiving in Spar
Mr. W. Reps Oshorne, of Mountville,
was among the visitors to the city
Mr. Charles Fleming and Frnak
?i^aine, of Davidson, spent several days
tune last week.
Mr. L. D. Pitts, of Rock Hill, spent
Sunday in the city at the home of Mr.
C. C. Featherstone.
Mr. Charles Simpson of Augusta,
Vitdted his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
F. Simpson Sunday.
Mrs. .1. C. Philpot and little daught
er Margaret, of Columbia, visited rel
atives here last week.
Mr. .1. B. Park, of Greenwood, spent
last Thursday in the city as the guest
Ol Mr. S. 1). Childless.
Miss Mary Belle Fuller, of Green
ville visited her parents. Dr. and Mrs.
1.. S. Fuller, this week.
Mr. Hart Ricbey. who is now living
at Florence, visited his parents, Mr.
;it.?l Mrs. W. B. Rlchey, last week.
Mr. G. C. Anderson, a prominent
farmer of near Gray Court was among
;"? business visitors here yesterday.
Miss Julia Gilkerson left yesterday
foi Georgetown to attend the F. D. C.
on vent ion. She will also spend sev
eral days in Columbia.
Robert Roper. Barnest Machen.
?. .des Brown and Earl Owings, Fur
man students, spent the Thanksgiving
bo'idays in Laurens.
After spending two months in Flori
da, Mr. C. M. Clarke has returned to
hifj home here, and has accepted a
position at the new union station.
Mrs. W. E. Lucas. Misses Emmie
?-l<;ng and Minnie Wallace and Mr.
". '.os. Swygert were among those who
??:.w "Ben Hut" in Augusta last week.
Mr. W. L. Phillips has arrived in
the city to take charge of the O. B.
Simmons stock, which he recently
p?: chased. His store will open Fri
Mr.'C res well Fleming of the firm of
Fleming Bros., the well known jewel
- came over Saturday from Green
wood, bis old home, and will be here
through the winter months.
Rev. and Mrs. S. R. Bass, of Mc
? oriniek are among those attending
tj.? Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Bass
were raised in this county and have
numbers of relatives and friendit here
a I .? will he glad to see them Sgnin
fiev. Geo. M. Sexton, former pns.
i ? of Princeton and Waterloo church
es in Ulis county, now pastor of the
lumen Bnntist church preached at
i'w Fi>- t Baptist church Sunday oven
it.. and lias stayed over for the con
Messrs. M. A. Sutv.erel. J. L. Todd.
H, Holland, Wash Poole, Mrs. Law
rence Blakeley and daughters and
others attending the closing of the
\ aniont Bible Institute, conducted
' ? Bev. M .1. Holmes, near Greenville,
Mrs Cora Cox Lucas of Lauren.;. S.
C. who has been the guest this wee!:
of Miss Elizabeth F. Price, in the
Vauxhall, has been much entertained.
She leaves tomorrow for Allgood to
Complete her visit to her sister. Mrs.
John Epperson. Mr. and Mrs. Epper
son and Mrs. Lucas ercently took a
trip to Chicago.?Nashville (Tenn.)
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
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Miss Grace Simmons entertained
Monday afternoon with a reception
in honor of Miss Stewart, of Car.
tersvllle, 0a? and Mrs. j. W. Dunklin.
Mrs. W. H, Anderson and Miss Edna
Sitgreaves met the guests at the door
and ushered them into the parlor
where they were received by Miss
l> wis. Miss Edwards. Mrs. Dunklin.
and Miss Simmons. After a lew mo
ments spent in conversation. Miss
Emmie Meng directed them to the din
ing room, where Misses Ethel Sim
mons and Hattle Etisterby served a
delightful salad course. Mrs. D. C.
Mcl>aurln poured coffee. Miss Louise
Dendy presented each guest with a
very pretty souvenir of the ocasion.
The home was very prettily and
tastefully decorated with pink car
nations. All those who were fortunate
enough to be present enjoyed a very
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our big clubbing Catalogue andflj
Special offers, and save mouey.H
Southern Subscription AgencyJl
Raleigh, Iff, ('. A poMal will do,fB|
STATE BAPTIST CONVENTION
NOW IN ANNUAL SESSION.
(Continued from page four.)
Rev. J. H. Washington. Piedmont
' ?a. b. inn.
John 11. Wuarton; Waterloo?w. P.
Ohas. P. Wray. Ridgowap?h, C.
Col. lt. B. Watson. Ridge Spring?
! J. W?lls Todd.
Rov. C. A. Waters.? Columbia.?C. I),
Rev. 0. W. Way. Walterboro
Mrs. W I). Byrd, at'Gllkerson house.
Kev. w. C. Wallace, Latta?E. Slt
j Rev. J. M. Walker. Spartanburg
! Mrs. John M. Clardy.
R, s. Weeks, Saint George?John F.
Rev. E. D. Wells. Leeds II. Doug
G. R. Webb. Wnrrenvllle-John A.
J. II. West. New berry?R. W. Trib
W. T. West. Roebuck.?R. A.
Dr. A. C. Wllklns, Manning?P. A.
Dr. I. W. Wingo, Williamston?C.
Rev. H. A. Willis. Dillon?P. A.
Rev. G. A. Wright, Newberry?J.
Rev. N. G. Wrigbt. Helton-J. T.
Rev. II. 0. White, llyman -Mrs. W.
Kev. H. K. Williams. Heizer - Dr.
R. E. Hughes.
D. W. Willis, Spartanburg.?Mrs. R.
A. J. White. Forreslon?Mrs. Sue
Henderson, at J. A. Copeland's.
Rev. R. J. Williams. Greenville?
Jas. A. Clardy.
Kev. W. J. Wilder, Sumter Mrs.
Rev. W. W. Williams. Simpsonville
! ?Mrs. Elolse Shell.
Kev. G. P. White, North Augusta?
Dr. H. F. Posey.
Kev. H. B. White. Saluda IL B.
Dr. P. A. Wilson. Darlington?Dr.
I S. F?lle-.
Kev. w. E. Wllklns, Millen, Ga. ?
, J. b. Clary.
Dr. R. J. Willingham, Richmond,
i Va.-C. H. Bobo.
I "The Caloric"
' Fireless Cook Sto for every ,
j walk in life
The business man of large or small
affairs, the professional man, the
working man, the women of affairs
the teacher, the rich man, and the ;
man less to-do, all will want a "Cal
oric" when they know its advantages j
! to them.
No matter what their occupation
or station in life.
The "Caloric" way
The rich man cares not particular
, ly for the saving, but he want his
food cooked perfectly.
The "Caloric" will
The less well-to-do man wants his
food cooked right at a minimum
The "Caloric" will
The professional man, often seien
tificiaUy particular, wants his food
hygcnically cooked all the sur
i roundings sanitary.
The "Caloric" will
The working Woman with limited
time for home affairs wants home
The "Caloric" will
Step in our store and let us show
you what a great convenience, as
well as a time, fuel and labor saver
the 'Caloric' really is.
M. S. BAILEY * SONS.
Clinton, - - S. C.
They last?they are acceptable? they are serviceable and they
give added attractiveness to the rooms in which they go? nothing
in the world better than a Gift of Furniture.
We'll be more than pleased to have you call-just look through
the store=gifts you never thought of will suggest themselves.
Will you do it?
This handsome Rocker
is made of solid oak, beau
tifully golden finish, deep
ly embossed panels, high
back, bent arms, fancy
turned spindles, eobler
seat, strongly braced and
very comfortable. A splen
did value at $1.75.
All Steel Wire Folding Spring.
This spiral spring bed is one of the best on the
market, it is made of be.st grade High Carbon .Steel
wire, thoroughly oil tempered. The spirals are
joined with a patent interlocking top which makes
it exceptionally elastic and comfortable, in fact its
a better spring than lots of dealers would ask you
$2.25 for. Remember our price is only $1.75.
Freight Paid on all Bills of $10.00 or over.
30 YK.VUS OF St't'CKSS.
Till* Lumens Drug To. Offers |l Keine
i|) for t nlnrrh. The Medicine
Costs NotliiiiK ii' it Fulls.
When a medicine elTecis n buccush
ful trenimeni In n very large innjorl-|
iy <?r cnses, and when wo offer thnl
medicine on our own personal guaran
tee tlmt it will CORl tho user nothing
it it does not completely relieve cn.
tarrh, it is only reasonable thnl peo
|do should bei love us. or at leasl put
our claim to .1 practical losl when we
lake all the risk. These are facts
which we want the people to SUhstan
tiate. We want them to try Rexall
Mucu-Toue, a medicine prepared from
a prescription of a physician with
whom catarrh was a specialty, und
who has a record of thirty years <n
i nvlablo succi ss to bis record.
We receive more good reports about
llexnll .Mucu-Tone than we do of all
other catarrh remedies sold in our
Store, and it mote people only knew
what a thoroughly dependable reme
'v Rexnll Mucu-Tone is. it would be
the only catarrh remedy we would
have any demand for.
Rexnll Mucu-Tone is (pllckly ah
Borbed ami by its therapeutic effect
tends to disinfect and cleanse the
entire mucous membraneous tract,
to destroy and remove the parasite;,
which injure the membraneous tis
sues, to soothe the Irritation and heal
the soreness, stop the mucous dis
Charge, build up strong, healthy tis
sue and relievo the blood and system
Of diseased matter. Its influence Is
toward stimulating the muco-cells,
aiding digestion and improving nutri
tion until the Whole body vibrates
with healthy activity. In a compara
tively short ttrr.;- it hi bigs about a no.
tleeable gain In weight, strength, good
color and feeling of buoyancy
We urge you to try Kexall Muco
Tone, beginning a treatment today.
At any time you ate not satisfied, sim-|
ply come and tell us. and we will
(piickly return vom money without
question of quibble. We have Rexall
MuCU-Tone in two sizes. 50 cents
and $1.00. Remember you can obtain
Rcxall Remedies in Latirens only at
our store. -The Rexall Store The
Laurens Drug Co.
A KK YOr IHM I
( nliirrli is l*rol?nIII' tlx- Cntlse. Get
Kid of Hit' Cause.
If you hove calnrrli and have con
stant ringing noises in your ?<*):. look
into Iii?- mattet in once.
it s n pretty sn ?<? sign that catarrh
is spreading! ami is making its waj
through tin- Knsta' Man tubes thai j
lead from Ihn nosn t<> the ears.
Whon catarrh gels to Hie cars par !
tial deafness follows, it you hnve
ringing noisis in vour ears go lo the
I.aureus Drug Co today and gel a
HYO.MEI outfit and drive out catarrh.
To eure catarrh HYO.MEI should be
breathed through the Hyoinoi inhaler1
for a few minutes, four or live times I
a day. .lust pour a few drops into;
tin '.Mud rubbei iiihaier and breathe
It kills the germs: soothes the irri
tation: heals the inhumation; stops
hawking, spitting and snuffling.
HYO.MEI keeps the throat free from
mucus and prevents crusts in nose.
The complete HYO.MEI outfit which
includes the little Indestructible haul
rubber inhaler, a bottle of HYO.MEI
and simple instructions for use, costs
CI A K \ NTKKI) PILE ( I KK.
Hacked h? Your Leading Druggist.
If you have any kind of piles, get
a box of Dr. l.eonhardt's Hem Koid
at I.aureus Drug Co. on the money
Hem-Koid is made from Dr. Leon
hardt's own prescription a tablet
remedy, taken Internally and cures
thoroughly by removing the internal
cause of piles, something that suppos
itories, ointments or cutting opera
tions will not do.
$1 far large bottle which lasts 21
days. Dr. Leonhard! Co.. Station B,
Buffalo. N. Y. Write for booklet.
EARL C. OWENS
Phone 3 ring's 114
Grey Court, S. C
? 31.000 P. O. B: Detroit Mich. i
I Swygert & Teague, ?
I Phone 315. Laurens, S.C !
NEWS vi CROSS im.i..
Items and Incident* ?s Tint Huppen*
cd Around Thitiiksirliinu Dii).
Cross Hill. Nov, L's \ union ser
vice was held in the Presbyterian
church Thanksgiving day. Appropri
ate remarks were mode by ftov. i A.
Martin. Dr. J. II. .Miller. ft, A Austin.
W, B. Fuller ami Mr. French. The
Orphans were remembered and ;i good
collection was raised for (hem. All
business was suspended and family
?linners was the rule Many visitors
were In town.
Mrs. Janle McSwain is In Oreenvllle
with Mr. and Mis J. .). McSwnlll,
Thore w;?s quarterly meeting at the
Methodist church last Saturday,
preaching Saturday and Sunday i?
Presiding Rider Roper,
Mis.es Kate Austin and Mattle Mao
Neville went to Columbia last week
to see "Pen Hut".
\> hut ( iin-s Kczcmn .'
We hnve hail mi innny inquiries
lately regarding Eczema and Other
shin diseases, that we are glad to
nie hu our answer public, After care
1111 investigation we hnve found thai
a simple wash of Oil of Wlntcrgreem
as compounded in I), d I)., can lie
relied upon We would not make
this statement to our patrons, friends
and neighbors unless we were sure
of it and although there are many
so-called Eczema remedies sold, we
ourselves unhesitatingly recommend
I). D. D. Prescription,
Because We know that it gives in
stant relief to that torturing Itch.
Because- it cleanses, soothes and
heals the skin
Because Ii enables Nature to re
pair the ravages of disease.
Because -0. D. D. Starts (lie cure
at the foundation of the trouble.
Because The records of ten years
of complete eures of thousands of
the most serious eases show that D.
B. I), is today reeognl/ed as th< ah.
solutely reliable Eczema cure.
Drop Into our store today, just to>
talk ovei your case with us.
The l.aurens Drug Co.