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I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. f
Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. W.
?IL McCuen entertained a party of
fiends at tea.
Mi88 Olythia Jones waa hostess
Thursday afternoon to a party of her
:>oung. friends at her home on North
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Thomnson, Jr.
i.ave a dining at their home Friday,
a few friends and relatives of the
c ity being the guests.
Today at one o'clock Miss Mario
tiray. daughter of Mr. Hugh E. Gray.
?-Ill be married to Mr. B. L. Swain of
'harlotte, N. C. The marriage will
t-e 8?.'leirni?.ed at the home of (he
bride's father, and the cavemony will
be performed by the Rev. L. P. McGee,
pastor of the First Methodist church.
4.fter luncheon has been served the
bridal couple will leave at ?:30 for
a wedding trip. Mr. Swain, the groom
:j-be, is vice president of the Char
lotte College of Telegraphy in which
institution Miss Gray was a student
last fall, having returned to her home
Christmas when announcement of her
< ngagement was made, sin? !s the
; hlrd daughter of Mr. Gray, ind Is an
accomplished and popular young lady,
On Friday Mrs. W. E. Lucas enter
tained at en eight-course luncheon in
honor of Mrs. C. E. Gray who is soon I
to give up her residence in Laurens
'or Georgetown The Lucas home was
beautifully decorated for the occasion.
. nd the luncheon was a very delight
ful affair. The place cards were pret
ty pen and ink sketches, and each
^test read a toast to the guest of hon
r. Including the hostess herself,
there were present ton guests and the
icaslon was one of the most charm
ing of the week's society events,
1 At her home on West Main street.
Saturday morning. Mrs. II. K. Alken
gave a lovely reception in compliment
.j Mrs. Gray, the entertainment prov
ing one of the most enjoyable of the
series tendered Mrs. Gray on the eve
o:' her departure from the city,
1 in celebiatlon of his ?l si birthday,
Mr. Harvey Terry, a popular eiti/.on
and business man of the city, enter
tained 22 members of his family at a
turkey dinner at the Terry Home Sun
'luv. January 15.
The members of the Wednesday
Club were charmingly entertained by
Mrs. Brooks Swygert at her home on
Irby avenue WedneBday afternoon. It
being the occasion of the regular
semi-monthly meeting of the club. At
Hie conclusion of the program of the
afternoon, delicious refreshments were
FOB THE ST OMACU.
Here's an Offer You Should Not Over-*
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets remedy
stomach stroubles by supplying the
one element, the abr.ence of which
in the gastric julees causes indi
gestion and dyspepsia. They aid
the stomaoh to digest food and to
quickly convert It into rich red blood
and material necessary for overcom
ing natural body waste.
Carry a package of Rexall Dys
pepsia Tablets in your vest pocket,
or keep them in your room. Take
one after each heavy meal and in
digestion will not bother you.
We know what Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets are and what they will do.
We guarantee them to relieve indi
gestion and dyspepsia, if they fail
we will refund your money. Three
sizes: 2f> cents, 50 cents and $1.00.
Remember you can obtain Rexalt
Remedies only at?The Rexall Store?
Tht Laurens' Drug Co.
On The Governor's Staff.
It's Col. Cannon now. Among those
appointed by Gov. Blease to be on his
staff was .lohn M. Cannon, Esq., who
aided materially in the campaign last
summer. Col. Cannon will be Judge
Col. T. B. Crews, the veteran editor
of the Lauronsvllle Herald has been
appointed by 'Jov. Blease a inei::vr
of the Confederate Infirmary Commls
PILES ?HING DESPAIR.
Take Courage! Internal Treatment 1
Piles make life unhappy and ruin
the best disposition. .Most sufferers
have been bitterly disappointed by I
many failures to find a cure. A medi
cine in tablet form, taken internally,
thai avoids the unpleasant features of
ointments, suppositories, and opera
lions, and cures thoroughly by remov
ing the inside cause, is surely worth
trying, especially as Laurens Drug
Co. and druggists everywhere guaran
Dr. Leonhardt's llem-Roid costs $1
lor a large box?21 days' treatment.
Dr. Leonhardt Co.. station B. Buffalo,
N. Y. Write lor booklet.
WILL OPEN ?EW STORK.
Red Hot Rackett Under Management
of W. M. Orndorf Will Start Bast
ness Next Saturday.
Mr. W. M. Orndorf and his corps of
clerks have arrived in the city and
are making big preparations for the
opening of tho new store, The Red
Hot Racket next Saturday. He has
received a large shipment of goods
from Spnrtanburg and also n b!g sup
ply from wholesale houses. The large
store-room formerly occupied by Q,
B. 8immons & Soil has been well
stocked with nearly everything. Mr
Orndorf expects to do a big husineas
here as he is doing now in Green
wood. Greenville and Anderson.
The opening of the store will take"
place at 11 o'clock Saturday Instead
of 9 o'clock as heretofore advertised.
At that time Mr. Orndorf expects to
give away a large amount of merchan
dise Just to start t'^'ngs going.
Call on Hr. Sullivan.
Mr Jared I). Sullivan, county repre
sentative of the farm demonstration
work in the State, has been granted
a vacation until March. However, he
will be glad to visit and speak to any
assemblage of farmers in the several
townships during this vacation period,
for be realizes that now is the im
portant time to plan and prepare
thoroughly the lands that, are to be
cultivated this year, and he stands
ready to give all the Information he
can along this line.
Death in Roaring Fire.
may not result from the work of fire
bugs but often severe burns are caused
that make a quick need for Bueklon's
Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest cure
for burns, wounds, bruises, boils, sores
it subdues inflammation, it kills pain.
It soothes and heals. Drives off skin
eruptions, ulcers or piles. Only "J.'.c at
I,aureus Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
Take notice that on the 27th day of
February, we will render a Hanl ac
count of our acts and doings as K\
ecutOl'S of tin* estate of I. R. Switzer.
deceased, in the office of the Judge of
Probate of Laurens county, at 11 o'
clock, a. in., and on the same day will
apply for a final discharge from our
trusts as Executors.
Any person indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
inent on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or hefore said date,
duly provsn or be forever barred.
.1. M. Shell.
January !.">, put. i inc.
Thousands of Rolls of Fine Paper to be
Sold at Bargain Prices
We have just received the largest shipment of High-grade Paper
ever brought to Laurens. These Goods were bought on a Special
Contract, enabling us to offer you values that will supprise you.
You will find paper suitable for every room in the house. The
prices will range from Five Cents per Roll on up.
We invitt you to call and inspect our line. Our Goods will
please you. Our prices will save you Money.
S. ML & E. H. WILKES & CO.
Take notkc that on the 28th tiny of
February. I will render a dual ac
count i)t my acts and doings as \d
ministratri.\ of the estate of lt. L.
iMct/.s . deceased, in the olllee of the
Judge of Probate of Laurens county,
at II o'clock, a. in., and on the same
day will apply for a linal discharge I
from my trusts as Administratrix. i
Any person indebted to said estate
i.re notified and retptired to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven or he rorevor haired.
Allee M. .Moists,
Admiuist i al i i v
.lanuii i'.v l' ?. I. I mo.
Before ordering Magazines ge
our big clubbing Catalogue ant
Special offers, and save money.]
Southern- Subscription Agency
ltnleigh, N. (. A postal "ill do
Hin tine of Knam -I Ware just re
S, M. & 10. II. Wlikes * Co.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointnici t will euro
mind, HIccdliiK ami ItchhiR Piles. It ab?
sorbs tin: tumors, allays Itching at once,
n<t" as a poultice, ?iAcs Instant rollcf.
Williams' Indian Pilo Ointment Ik pro?
parcd for riles and Itching of tho private
parts. Druggists, mall BOo and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props.. Clovnlanrl, Ohio
Laurens Drog Co., Laurens, S. C.
Let Us Remind You that Such Bargains as The
MILL END Sale
Offers You Does Not Come Every Day Nor Last for Ever.
You will only have a few days longer and all the Short Lengths and Odds and Ends of all kinds will be gone, only a short time and the Sale
ill close. Thousands and Thousands of Dollars worth of choice Merchandise being sold, Thousands and Thousands oi Dollars being saved by all who
*e taking advantage of this wonderful money saving opportunity.
Special Gingham Value
Big lot of genuine Everette Classic Ginghams in short lengths.
Worth 10 cents, Mill End Price.
Extra Special Values
Extra Special Values in Ladies' Tailored Coat Suits during last days of the
Mill End Sale. Lots of them in only one and two of a style. Special Mill End
Prices to close out at
$7.49, $10 49 and $14.99
Beautiful White jLawns and Mercerized Waistings, and Suitings of all
kinds in some of the biggest values that you have ever seen. Never before
have we offered such bargains. You should Cr 7^ Or Q1IJ Q~
see the Special Mill End Prices. PC, I CM PC dilil tfC.
Special Sale on Men's Fine Shirts
Big lot of Men's Fine Percal Shirts in a big range of Patterns. Comes
in all sizes. Worth 75cts to 85cts.
Mill End Price 59 cents
A GREAT VALUE-GIVING
Sale of Men's White and Colored Vests. Some a little soiled. Come
quick, for all will go at the Low Price. Vests worth up to $3.00.
Your Choice for . .
All Boys' Shoes sold at Big Reduction during this Money-saving
Mill End Sale.
REMEMBER?The reductions in all Kinds of Merchandise at the Mill End Sale give a Magnificent opportunity for profitable investments.
Bring your pocket book with
you. Positively no goods will
be charged to any one. This is
going to be strictly a cash sale
to all. So please remember this.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
A Big Value in Children's
black Ribbed Hose for Friday.
Children's ribbed Hose in small
sizes only. Good value for 10cts.
Friday's Special Mill End Price