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Mr. Joe Phinney, of Clinton, was in
the city Monday.
Miss Beta Meredith spent several
days in Gray Court last week.
Mr. Charles H. Rounds was a visitor
In Spartanburg last Wednesday.
Mr. Job Little has returned home af
ter several weeks spent in Columbia.
Miss Bessie MeCarley has gone to
Alabama, where she is visiting her sis
^ Miss Amy Copelnnd of Clinton, is
? the attractive guest of Miss liettle
Mr. Wm. Ornduff, owner of the Red
Hot Racket Store, was in the city yes
Miss Lillian Withers, of Charleston,
is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. 11. K.
Mr. Lewis Machray from Route 12
was among the visitors to the city
Miss Eva Goodlett has returned to
Greenville, after a visit to Miss Annie
Mrs. Hicks ,of Greenville, has been
visiting Mrs. William B. Bramlett for
Mrs. 1). II. Counts and family have
returned after several weeks spent
in the mountains.
Mrs. John 1). Pitts lias been visit
ing Mrs. and Mrs. ('. ('. Featherslone
for several days.
Cant. J. M. Philpol and Miss Marie
Phil pot have returned from a very de
lightful trip north
Mrs. Charles IL Hicks and little
daughter Katheriuo are visiting rela
tives in Tennessee.
Mr. Frank Caine .who has been in
Chicago during the summer, is here
visiting home folks.
Miss Hnttle Kate Kasterby and Miss
Ruth Kasterby are visiting Miss llattie
Glasgow at Jalappa.
Miss Ruth Johnson, of Chester, is
the attractive guest of Misses Annie
and Edna Sitgreaves.
Mr. James Fuller, of Columbus. Ca..
who lias been visiting Mr. ('. W. Tum',
returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. McLaurin, after
visiting relatives here, returned Friday
to their home in McColl.
Miss Mary Sullivan returned Sunday
after a very delightful stay of several
weeks on Sulllvaus Island.
Little Miss Louise Leonard, of Spar
tan burg ,is visiting her grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jones.
V, Masters William and Gray Moore, of
,? Greenwood, are visiting at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dial.
Misses Kate and Kvle Shands, of
Clinton, aro visiting at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Albright.
Mr. Ben Sullivan has left for Augus
ta to resume his duties after a pleas
ant visit to his parents here.
Miss Amelia Lodge, who has I.a
visiting friends in the city, left Satur
day for her home in Gaffnoy.
Mrs. Daniel and children, of Mul
11ns, are spending some time with Mis
Haulers sister, Mrs. J. R. Kills.
Miss Roberta Dorroh has accepted a
position as stenographer in the ofilcc
of the Laurens Trust Company.
Mr. W. R. Rlchey and Mr. Grover
RlChoy went to Abbeville by automo
bile Sunday and returned Monday.
Dr. Karl C. Owens, who Is now mak
ing his headquarters In Gray Court
was a Visitor in Laurens yesterday.
Miss Sadie Sullivan will leave Sat
urday for Leesville where she will vis
it Miss Alma Barre and other friends.
Mrs. C. W. Tune will leave Thurs
day for Cartersvllle. Ca.. where she
will visit relatives for some time.
Mr. Hart Richey after spending sev
eral days hero with bis parents, re
turned to his work at Florence Sun
Miss Fronde Kennedy, of Clinton,
spent Sunday and Monday in the city
at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L.
?\ Boyd .
I Miss Sallio Wntklns, of Kasley, who
has been visiting friends hhro for
some time .loft Monday for Spartan
Miss Ava Mahnffoy left last week for
an extended visit to friends and rela
tives In Greenville, Pel/.er nnd Wil
Rev. L. P. McQee and family return
|. ?cd yesterday after a very pleasant va
cation spent in the mountains of .North
Mr. Loyd C. L?ngsten, of Caroleen,
N. C, is spending a few days this" week
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. James F,/ Hicks have
returned from a trip to Ashevllle,
Waynosvillc and other points in the
Mr. George L. Pitts spent several
days last week with Dr. T. L. Tim
merman at the hitter's old homo near
Miss Mae Roper, of the Tumbling
Shoals section of the county, is now
the guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
T. Mae. Roper .
Mr. Sam Talley arrived in the city
Sunday and joined Mrs. Tally, both of
them now being at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. \V. L. Boyd.
Invitations have been received here
to a party to be given by Miss Laurie
Gray, at Cray Court. Several from
here will attend.
Mr. George Anderson has returned to
I his home in Rock Hill. His brother,
! Mr. John Anderson accompanied him
to spend a while.
Mrs. J. Ross Dorroh, of Gray Court,
has returned to her home after spend
ing some time with relatives and
friends in the city.
Mr. Tom Switzer has returned from
the eastern markets where he has been
for the purpose of buying a large fall
stock for Switzer Co.
Mrs. t'. A. Roland and Misses Ella,
Bessie and Dollie Roiand have return
ed from Brevnrd, where they have been
spending some time.
Mr .J. C. Shell returned Friday from
the mountains of North Carolina,
where he has been enjoying the cool
! breeze and mountain air.
Mrs. C. A. Foster and little son,
Charlie, of Timmonsville, return to
their home today, after spending some
weeks with relatives In the city.
Mr .and Mrs. C. S. MoLaurin, who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
McLaurin, accompanied the latter in
their automobile to Greenville Thurs
Mr. Ed Sltgreaves, Mrs W. H. Mar
tin and Master Henry Martin have re
turned home after a delightful trip to
Bristol, Tenn., where they visited rela
Mr. S. M. Wllkes, who has been north
In the interest of S.. M. & E. IL Wllkes
& Co. returned yesterday. Mr. Wllkes
divided his time between business and
Mr. W. G. Wilson returned last week
from the north where he spent a cou
ple of weeks on a combined business
and pleasure trip, buying his usual big
Mr. E. D. Langston will leave today
for Montreat. On the return trip he
will drive the automobile of Mr. J. W.
Todd. Mr. Todd and family will re
turn by rail.
The many friends of Mr. Henry
Veargin were delighted to see him on
the streets here last week. Mr. Year
gin has just recovered from a danger
ous case of pneumonia.
Mr. Jack Sltgreaves, who has been
spending some time in the city with
his relatives, has returned to his work
in Bristol, Tenn., where he is employ
ed in the express service.
Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Rankin and chil
dren returned Monday from their va
cation which was spent in different
points in Virginia and in New York,
Philadelphia, Washington and other
Mrs. Thos. F. Jones, of Woodruff,
has been visiting her father. Mr. John
N. Wright, for several days. Mrs. Jones
charmed a very large congregation at
the Presbyterian Church Sunday morn
ing with a beautiful solo.
Mr. .and Mrs. C. M. Clark have been
busy during the past several days U10V
Ine their household goods from the
Todd house into the Traynhain home.
All of the furniture has now been
moved and they are com fort ably fixed
in their new home.
Dr. J. II. Miller, member of the leg
islature from this county and an en
thusiastic member of the County Fair
Erecutlve Committee, attended the
meeting of the County Medical So
ciety Monday and incidentally paid The
Advertiser a very pleasant call. Dr.
Miller stated that the weather has
I.n very dry around Cross Dill, even
dryer than at has been around Lau
Mrs. W. H. Gllkerson left Monday
^ for Greenwood from where she con
' tinned yesterday to Ninety Six to be
' present at the marriage of her nephew
Mr. Samuel Sherard, to Miss Louise
Llpscomb, Mr. Sherard is well known
heii- where he has visited on several
occasions. Following the Wedding
yesterday they left for San Francisco
to lake steamer for the I'hilllpino Is
lands, where Mr. Sherard holds a re
sponsible position in the government
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I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
Mrs .J. R. Bills gave a party for lit
tle Miss Marlon Dar.lel, of Mulllns, re
cently. About twenty four little ones
were present and enjoyed hugely ev
ery bit of the atfernoon. Mrs. Glenn
Fuller assisted Mrs. Ellis in entertain
ing the young folks.
Miss Amy Copeland was the guest
f honor last Monday evnlng when Miss
Hettio Lake entertained a number of
friends at her homo on West Main
street. After a few interesting games
of cards, the hostess served a delight
ful tea and sandwich lunch. Those
present to enjoy the evening were
Misses Amy Copeland, Susie Gray,
Kessle Brownlee, Virginia Brownlee,
Marguerette Simpson, and Messrs. .loo
Phinney. Charles Rounds, Hastings
Dial. Grovor Richoy, John Wells Todd,
and Robert Roper .
FAIR VIEW STOCK SHOW.
To Be Held this Year at Usual Place
on September 2!Hh.
The Fairview Stock Show will be
held this year at the Association
grounds, at Falrview, on September
29th. Premiums have been offered In
all departments of the show.
The Association ?fters $f>.00 to the
ribbon winners in the stock depart
ment from Laurens county Mr. E W.
Martin, of Laurens, also offers $5.00,
for the best, $:5.00 for the second best
and $1.00 for the next best colt sired
by his stallion and shown at Fair
There are also suite a number of
special premiums offered by individ
uals and open to all. For list write to
11. R. Stewart, Chairman Executive
Pale Cheeks or Rosy Ones.
Pale cheeks, muddy complexion,
didl eyes show a poverty of blood. >
Bloodine Liver Pills, will drive the
impurities from the system, and en
able your daily food to supply new.
rich, red blood and rosy cheeks.
Bloodine Pills cure liver ills.
Laurens Drug, Co., Special Agents.
Preaching at Ora.
Rev. R. L. Robinson, of the Woman's
College at Due West, will preach at
Ora Sunday morning. The congrega
tion and friends of the church are re
quested to bear this in mind.
If you are pale. weak, languid 01'
anaemic a few doses of Bloodine Liv
er Pills will Increase the supply and
improve the suastity of blood. Small
pill, small dose, pleasant and never
Laurens Drug, Co., Special A-.rents.
Death of Mrs. Rebecca Simpson.
Mrs. Rebecca Simpson, widow of
the late Samuel Simpson, died at her
home near Rarksdale Station Monday
morning after an iilness of about a
month. She was buried yesterday
morning at Dials Church Cemetery,
Rev. H .L .Raggott. conducting the sei
Mrs. Simpson was the sister of Dr.
.1. M. Wolff of this county and Mr. .1.
M .Wolff of Arkansas. She was a good
Christian woman and was greatly liked
by all who knew her. Her death will
be deplored by a large circle of friends.
Bloondine Blood and kidney Tablets.
For slek kidneys bladder diseases,
rheumatism, the one best remedy. Re
liable, endorsed by leading physicians,
safe, effectual. Results last inn. Have
cured thousands. 50c a box. Mail
orders tilled by the Gloodine Corpora
tion, Boston, Mass.
Laurens Drug, Co., Special Agents.
Death of Infant.
The infant child of Mr. W. R. My
ers died at the home of its parents
yesterday morning. The funeral ser
vices were held yesterday afternoon
and the body interred in the city cem
etery. The young child was only obi
enough to have endeared Itself to its
fond parents and those who had given
i tconstant attention.
lines and Prickly Beat Relieved PreeJ
There are no conditions attached to
this offer. If you are suffering with
hives, prickly heat. Insect bites, or
any other skin affliction, we want you
to accept with our compliments a free
bottle of ZEMO, the clean liquid rem
edy for eczema, ami all disease, of
the skin and scalp.
This free bottle Is not full size, but
it is large enough to show you the
wonderful healing -nd soothing effects
Call today for your sample bottle
of ZEMO at the Laurens Drug Co.
In the local mention which we made
last week of Mr. Earl Wilson making a
trip to Columbia by automobile, there
seems to be some error, as Mr. Wil
son states that instead of going to
Columbia he only went to Clinton. The
local was given to us by one of Mr.
Wilson's friends the Intention being,
we Judge, to play a joke. As Mr. Wil
son states that he did not go to Co
lumbia we take pleasure in correct
ing' the error.
An ordinary case of diarrhoea can.
as a rule, be ctl/ed by a single dose of
Chamberlains' Colic, Cholera and Dia
rrhoea Remedy. This remedy has no
superior for bowel complaints. For
sale by all dealers..1
We are prepared as never before to ^serve you
in our China Department. Everything up-to-date
in shapes and decorations. We import direct all
our French, German and Japanese China, which
enables us to offer you the very latest at a saving
of from 25 to 40 per cent.
Won't you call and sec our line?
S. M. & E. H. WIEKES & CO.
Laurens, S. C.
The Big Sale
In Full Blast
Next Door to Post Off ice
Don't Fail to Visit Us.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Hats
Is proving the Greatest Money-saver ever Offered the
People of Laurens. Mr. Poliakoff has gone to the
Markets in the north and we must have room for
the Big Stock he will buy.
We are Having a Real Sale
Visit Us. You will find Our Prices Cut Way Down.
No Room Here to Mention them.
Try Us Once.
Next to Post Office
Laurens, South Caj