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Miss Dell Kllg6, pf Woodrufif, Is
visiting Mrs. John Wright.
Mr. Creswell Fleming spent Sunday
in Greenwood with relatives.
Mr. W. H. Anderson spent several
days In Spartanburg last week.
Mr. J. D. DeSblelds and son were
in the city on business Friday.
Mr. Nat Richardson is improving
rapidly after his recent severe illness.
Miss Ella May Martin, of Cross Hill,
I'ccn visiting Miss Lilly Miller.
^B(\h'. Henry Yeargln. now local ->\ :\t
TTVeenvllle, spent the week-end in the
Mrs. P. B. Bailey is .in the city vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. D. M. Nor
Miss Mattio Tarrant, of Springfield,
is the attractive guest of Miss Wlllotl
Mr. Young Fowler spent the week
end with friends and relatives in Wa
Mr. P. D. Hazle and son, James, of
?Belfast community, were in the city
Miss Julia Simpson, of Virginia, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wade An
Miss Laurie Gray, of Gray Court, is
visiting at the home of Mr. .1. X.
Mr. William Scott, an old Laurons
boy, spent the early part of the week
in tho city.
Mr. Jim Swltzer and family, of
"Woodruff, spent Sunday in the city
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Copeland, Sr.,
of*Clinton, were among the visitors in
the city Monday.
Mr. Douglas Featherstone left Wed
nesday for Camden, where he will vis
it for a few weeks.
Mrs. C. A. Foster of Tlmmonsvllle
is spending some time with her moth
er, Mrs. W. T. Dorroh.
Mr. Ernest Machen has returned
homo after a pleasant visit to his
parents at Princeton ..
Mrs. Clarence Gray has returned
home after a short visit to relatives
and friends in Laurens.
Mrs. J. N. Wright. Jr., of Spartan
burg, spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Wright, Sr.
Misses Lidio and Annie Garlingtin,
of Columbia, are visiting relatives in
the city and in the county.
Miss Grace Randall, of Sumter, who
has been visiting Mrs. Dr. Wanna
maker, returned home Friday.
Mr. John Wells Todd, Jr.. returned
Saturday from a ten days stay In the
mountains around Montreal, N. C.
Mr. J. T. A. Ballew will leave today
for Wests Spirngs and will probably
spend a short time at Glenn Springs.
Miss Lillian Cook, who has boon
visiting friends in the city, returned
to her home in Rock Hill a few days
Rev Homer B. Owens returned yes
terday after spending several weeks
in the mountains around Caesars
Miss Ethel Simmons returned Mon
day after spending several weeks visit
ing relatives and friends In Green
Misses .Toannotte and Belle Martin,
Of Greenville, are visiting at tho home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bobo for several
Messrs. Clark and Russell Mintor
of Davidson, N. C, have been visiting
at the home of their uncle, Mr. E. P.
Miss Mary Miller, of Laurens, is
in tho city as the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Horace McAllister.?Greenwood
Miss Bossie Chlldress returned Mon
day after several weeks spent at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Park, at
Tho ninny friends of Prof. B. L.
Parkinson were glad to see him In
Laurens again during the early part
I of tho weok.
Miss Nell Miller returned Saturday
from 'Abbeville accompanied by Miss
Lady Miller, who will be her guest
.for some time.
Mrs. H. N. Snyder nnd daughter,
?who havo been visiting Mrs. Dial Gray,
returned to thoir home in Spartan
i. Misses Lucia and Maggie Barksdnle
left Monday for Spartanburg and
Johnson City, Ten., to spend a well
Dr. and Mrs. H. K. AikonJleft S
urday for Montreat, N. C, where they
will spend a few weeks enjoying the
Miss Mary Sullivan has returned
from Qreenwood where she spent sev
eral days, aa the guest of her sister,
Mrs. J. M. McLees.
Mr. 8. M. Wilkes left yesterday for
the North where he will buy a large
stock of goods for Wilkes & Co. He
will be gone for several weeks.
Mr. W. D. Byrd left Monday for
Clemson College where he goes to at
tend the Farmers Institute and a
meeting of the State Live Stock As
Mr. Cleveland Coleman Is spending
a few days with his parents a few
miles from town. Ho will go to Spar
tanburg in several days to accept
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sharp and chil
dren, of Atlanta, are expected to ar
rive in the city within a few days to
visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. It.
Messrs. C. M. Burgess and James
Roland left Monday morning for Hen
dersonvllle and other North Carolina
points, where they will spend their
Miss Annie Richey has returned
from Abbeville where she went to at
tend the marriage last Wednesday of
)ier cousin, Miss Sue Richey, to Mr.
Frazier, of North Carolina.
Mr. Boycc E. Wolg, of the census
department at Washington, arrived
Thursday to spend his vacation with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John IL
Wolff, a few miles from town.
The friends of Clerk of Court John
P. Bolt will regret to learn that he
lias been confined to his home on ac
count of sickness for several days.
TJie illness is not of a serious na
Miss Laura Darksdale, Miss Edna
Sitgreaves, Mr. S. M. Wilkes and Mr.
R. F. Fleming returned Friday even
ing from a delightful automobile trip
to Heath Springs, where they were
members of a house party.
Mr. John Brooks has returned from
a weeks' stay at Glenn Springs, where
he has been recuperating from a re
cent illness. Ho says that ho feels
much Improved in health and he cer
tainly looks better.
Baltimore, New York and other north
ern markets to buy his winter line
of dry goods and millinery. He expects
to buy his usual well selected and
large stock of goods. He will be
gone about ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Roper and chil
dren returned Monday from Hender
Bonville, N. C, where Mrs. Roper and
the children have been spending some
time. Mr. Roper went up Saturday to
be with them on the return trip.
The party of Luurcns people, com
posed of Dr. J. H. Teague and little
son Calvin, Miss Mary Davenport and
Mr. Tow Shaw, which went on the
special train to Niagara Falls and oth
er points, returned home Sunday even
Rev. I). J. Blackwell and two little
children, of Eufala, Ala., were In the
city Monday visiting Mr. HlackwelTs
brother, Mr. H. S. Blackwell. Mrs.
Blackwe'l is in Gray Court, where she
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Curry.
Mr. Gus Hart, who has been travel
ing for tho University of South Caro
lina for the past several months, is
now at home until college opens ngalu.
During the absence of Miss Maggie
Barksdale, he is employed in the store
of W. G. Wilson & Co.
Miss Meta Wannamaker, who Is so
pleasantly remembered here as mil
liner for Davis Roper Company several
seasons ago, and Mr. D. R. Ross came
through the city from Gaffney Sunday
in an automobile returning the same
afternoon by way of Chicks Springs.
Misses Marguerite Millet Blanch
Shell, Elizabeth Swttzer, Nan Peter
son, Sarah Dorroh and Ina Little have
returned from their visit to Penrose,
N. C. Mrs. J. It. Little, who accom
panied this party to the mountains,
did not return with them but contin
ued to Montreat.
Rev. Mr. McGoe and family have
left for Penrose, N. C, where they
will enjoy a season of rest and recre
ation. Mr. MIGee mado no plans for
the filling of his pulpit while he is
away so it Is not thought that any but
Sunday school services and prayer
meeting will be held.
Mr. Brooks Sullivan, an old LauronB
boy who Uvea now at Port Arthur,
Tex., arrived In tho city Monday to
visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
Sullivan. The Texas air has evident
ly agreed with him as he has taken
on quite a bit of flesh since leaving
Laurcns three years ago.
A well known Des Molnes woma
after suffering miserably for two da.|
from bowel complaint, was cured r
ono dose of Chamberlain's Col'
C elera and r>' oea Remedy, F
hy all \
Not one single solitary thing for everything that you need?for your summer's comfort is here for you.
And the assortment is amazingly complete and comprised of the very newest creations that the season
affords. Your Porch, for your own comfort, needs these things, doesn't it? Then come to-day and
choose them here from a splendid stock-a satisfying stock?a most reasonably priced stock. You will
find choosing easy, satisfactory, and most profitable.
* It AHL* N NEWS. *
Mrs. Mayme Roper and children and
Mrs. Tom Roper, all of Laurens. af
ter spending last week visiting rela
tives and friends In Rabun and Friend
ship communities returned to their
homes Friday morning.
Miss Mae Roper and brother visit
ed at the home of Mr. George Brown,
Sr., near Mountvillo Thursday.
Mr. Walter Baldwin and son Alton
were in Laurens Friday on business.
Miss Helle Vance of Augusta Cross
Roads is spending a few weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Vance.
Mrs. Bora Babb and daughter, Miss
Genadle of Eden visited Mrs. 11. H.
Mr. Frank Bolt and family of Wil
liamston spent last week in this com
munity visiting relatives.
Mrs. Markus Owens ami children
were the visitors of Mrs. Teague Mon
Misses Nannie, Mary Belle and
Sarah Rabb all of Laurens visited
Mr. and Mrs. 11. II. Mabon last Tues
Mrs. Rebecca Owens and daughter
Miss Edna spent last Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wasson, Friend
Keep Your Skin Comfortable and Your
Complexion Clear During the
If your ekln is kept, comfortable,
you will bo comfortable yourself. If
you or one of your children are being
made mlserablo by hives, prickly heat,
rashes or eczema or If you are wor
ried by pimples black heads, sun burn
or skin '.rouble of any kind, we want
you to try ZEMO and ZEMO soap.
We are so anxious to havo you use
ZniMO and ZEMo 8u?u? that wo offer
you a genorous sample of each and
our 92 page booklet "How to Preserve
the Skin" If you will send five 2c
stamps to E. SV. Rose Medicine Com
pany, 3032 OJUve street, St. Louis,
Mo. to pay postage or get them today
from tho Laurens Drug Co. who In
dorse and recommorid ZEMO and
"MO Soap for all skin troubles
?her it be on infant or grown per
"?U will be pleased with
* use of ZEMO and
?ens Drug Co.
* '1 your
Dr. Geo. N. Bunch
Gray Court, S. C7
Phone 23 Hours 6 to 9
LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS.
Tnke a thirty days Practical course
in our well equipped Machine Shops
nnd lenrn the Autoniohilo business,
and accept good positions. ('HAK
LOTTE ALTO SCHOtfXi. t hnrlottc, N.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to alt business
Too Late, Too Late,
to think about taking out a policy
on your house if it is already
burning. We take a risk but not
a certainty. If you have taken
time by the forelock, and insured
your property against fire, you
that the company Will pay all
your losses. The race is to the
swift, and you owe it to your
family to protect them from/ all
oubles. Do not be a ' vrd.
Sto . 1*
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, S. C.
You Can Save $50:2?
On Standard Typewriters
If you intord to l>uv n typewriter ?>r if tlio
mft"hiiioyou havo .? worn mit, (hin i? your < ppor*
t'inity tOKot the t.. ? typewriter vuluc over
ofTordl for I lie mom y.
Wo will nave you from one-half to two-thirds <>i>
th.> cost of h Btai.durd machine.
W? Ouorantee our ruhuilt \\ powritera foroi <?
your. Thby arc just a < h- r vir? aide nml <!? jiihl i.?
neat, le'^ilbo work ait mach ii ? mIm kHi p the ? rip ii al
ir iil.'in.irk i.f the manufacturer. You enn have
any Blandard mak.- typowriUr von prefer ro
built by expert workmen with n Bk M that makes
eortai > perfect construction and action.
Writo today for catalogue, N'?. Cl.
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE COMPANY
48 North Pryor Si. Atlanta, Georgia
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pilo Ointment will our?
J tit Jin. Bleeding und Itching Plica. It ab
sorbs th? tumors. Allaya Holling at once,
arts as a poultice, gives Instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre
pared for IMIes and Holling of the prlvato
parts. Drutrnlsts. mall GOc and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props.. Cleveland. Ohio
LATHENS DRUG v 0.
Laurens, S. C.
cured in 30 minutes with /*[ j'R
WfK .M\ Cured quickly. Take no tubjtltute.
WC* . . j (.Or by mail or exprea? from Manf.,
ijRg-y^ j Dr. K J. Sharp & Co., Commerce, Ca..
or 50 from drugidtts,
Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
Did You Give Us Your Order for Your oal?
If Not, We Want to Figure With You.
We send a ticket with each and every* load of
coal. This insures you against being charged with
coal which you do not get.
We handle only one grade of coal the best. This
insures you against getting a cheap grade of coal.
For there is a difference in coal.
We give a small order the same ;attention thaf
we do a large one.
\Coal Men of}