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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Miss Maud Edwards Is now visiting
for some time with Mrs. W. A. Clarke.
Mrs. J. J. Fluss has been spending
some time in Greenville with friends.
Master Ralph Copeland, of Clinton,
is visiting bis uncle, Mr. M. L. Cope
Mr. R. M. Wasson was among the
visitors in town this week attending
Miss May Cogburn is visiting rela
tives In Johnstonc and Norway for a
Miss Mary Johnson, of Spartan burg,
is the attractive guest of Mrs. A. II.
.Miss Lizzie Edwards has gone to
Sparr, in Anderson county to nurse
Misses Irene and Jessie Dillard. of
Clinton, visited the Misses Childress
Dr. and Mrs. Chesley Lucas, and
family, of Columbia, are visiting Mrs.
\V. E. Lucas.
Mrs. Wllmott Holmes, of Orange
burg, is in the city as the guest of
Mrs. N .H. Dial.
Messrs Cyrus Bailey and Robert
Owens of Clinton were visitors in
Miss Shirley HIx, of Laurens, is
stenographer at the E. K. Mills olllce.
? Union Progress.
Mr. \V. M. Qraydon, a prominent at
torney of Abbeville was here this
week attending court.
Mr. Tom Lake left Saturday for
Orangeburg where he will be a guest
at a large house party.
Mr. R. F. Wade, of Cross Hill, is
among those attending the sessions
of the court this week.
Mr. Ernest Huff, of Greenville, has
been spending the past tew days with
komefolks on Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tollison have re
turned to the city, after spending a
week In Anderson and Helton.
Mr. Ernest Machen has returned
from a visit to llonea Path, where he
was a guest at a house party.
The Misses Cheek, of dray Court,
has returned home after spending sev
eral days with Miss Nannie Burns.
Miss Francis llieklon, of Chester,
who has been visiting Miss Helen
Sullivan, returned home Saturday.
Mr. W. II. Holder, agent for the
Standard Oil Co. here, spent a few
days in Charlotte, X. C. last week.
The pastor. Rev. B. P. Mitchell is
holding a series of meeting at Bolvlew
church this week. Services at night
Mr. R. F. Fleming has returned to
to ids work after a vacation of several
wo? ks spent at his old home in Green
Dr. .and Mrs. O. B. Mayer and fam
ily, of Newborry. .ne visiting Mrs.
Mayor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. w.
Mrs. Annie Sherard has returned
home after spending several weeks vis
iting relatives In Ninety Six and
Mr. D. A. Davis, after spending sev
eral weeks In the north in the Inter
est of Davis Roper Company, has re
Mrs. J. G. Wannamaker, Sr., of
Orangeburg, spent several days last
week at the home of her son, Dr. J. G.
Miss Maud Machen, of Princeton,
is spending a week or two with her
sister, Mrs. R. A. Cooper on South
Misses Annie, Gertrude and Daisy
Tollison have returned home after vis
iting several weeks In McCormlck, An
derson and Belton.
Miss Julia Gilkerson returned
Thursday from Florence where she
spent a week visiting her brother,
Mr. Yancey Gilkerson.
Tho frlenls In this county of ltev.
J ,N. Machen, of Fountain Inn, will
be glad, to learn that he is now im
proving after a severe illness.
The many friends of Mr. T. C. Turn
er; who is nbw making his home in
? Greenwood, were glad to see him on
the streets again this week.
Misses Hettle Lake, Helen Sulli
van and Mr. Tom Lake returned
Thursday from Clinton, where they
spent several days with Miss Amy
The house which Mr. Fleming
Smith recontly vacated when he mov
ed over on South Harper street, Is
now being occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
\W. M. Bates.
Mr .and Mrs. John Rivers and Miss
Leila Jones visited Mrs. W. E. Lucas
a short while this week, while en route
from Hendersonvllle, to their home
Miss Irene Miller, who has been
isiting Miss Nolle Miller, left Friday
for Greenwood where she will visit
for several days before returning to
her home In Abbeville.
Miss Josephine Lane, of Hender
sonvllle, Is visiting Mrs. C. H. Roper.
Monday afternoon sho made a very
Interesting address to the Missionary
Society of the Baptist church.
Miss Mary and Lucia Simpson have
returned from Montreal, where they
have been spending the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Simpson and
two daughters, after spending some
time at Montreal, have returned home.
Mr. John Terry Poolo will return
from Atlanta Monday. He will giadUr
ate from the South<"-n School of Phar
macy Saturday, havi::-; passed suc
cessfully all of his examinations.
Miss Fannie Thames, after spending
her vacation at her old liomo In Ala
bama and at several summer resorts,
has returned to the city and taken up
her work at the Laurens Mill kinder
Miss Maggie M. Garlington. of Co
lumbia ,is visiting in Laurens county.
Miss Gurlington has just finished a
month's teaching in the Teachers' In
stitute of Anderson, and during the
coming session will teach in the city
schools of Columbia.
Miss Dora Coker of Gray Court af
ter spending Saturday and Sunday,
with Mrs. W. 11. Holder at Moore's
hoarding house was accompanied homo
Sunday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. W.
II. Holder. Mr. Carl Hramlett and
Miss Willie Wolfe, by automobile
Col. Hammond Johnson, a rising
young attorney of Gainesville, Ga., who
has been in the upper section of South
Carolina on legal business for some
time, ran down to Laurens Saturday
to see his uncle, Mr. J. G. Sullivan on
South Harper street, then out to
Tumbling Shoals, the old home of his
mother's girlhood days, where he spent
Sunday with his grandfather, Mr. Win.
I). Sullivan returning Monday through
Laurens on his way home.
J SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Last Wednesday afternoon Miss El
la Poland delightfully entertained the
Nations Club at her home on West
Main street. The guests were received
on the porch and ushered to the punt '..
bowl, where Miss Lola Anderson
'gracefully presided. After all of the
party had gathered, to the number of
about forty .the tables were sought
and a number of ganu^s of Nations
played. Following the games Miss
Elizabeth Moseley served a delicious
course of ice cream and cake. Miss
Ella Roland was assisted in entertain
ing by Miss Bessie Roland.
Friday afternoon .Mis. A. 11. San
ders, at her home on South Harper St..
entertained the Nations Club. Misses
Mary Johnson and Annie Gllkerson
served punch on the porch after which
a number of games of Nations were
played. Mrs. W. 11. Anderson and
Miss Lola Anderson assisted Mrs.
Sanders in entertaining and served
Ice cream and cake after the games.
A large number of guests enjoyed this
delightful afternoon's entertainment.
Visited Laurens Schools.
Mr. Win. ('. Bynum, superintendent
of the Georgetown schools, was in the
city Monday to witness the opening
exercises of the Laurens schools. Mr.
Bynum had heard much of the fine
school here so lie came to see for
himself how It was run. He expressed
himself freely on the beautiful build
ing and the line appearance of the pu
pils and teachers. He didn't state
whether he was married though or not.
Mr. Bynum said that the building was
far and away ahead of any in the state
and was so Impressen with the sur
roundings that he declared that he In
tended to return at an early date and
spend a longer time looking over the
building and watching the manage
Big Five are Off.
Mr. L. E. Burns, with the other big
Red Iron Racket buyers, are off to the
markets. To those who trade with
thfyse people 'this announcement
much, for when those closo buyers get
out in the northern trading districts,
they know how to buy bargains nnd to
get big goods for little money. As they
always put it themselves they buy and
sell "same goods for less money." With
Mr. Burns are Messrs. J. C. Hums of
Greenwood, C. D. Entrlken of* Spar
tanburg,.L. N. Entrlken o' Anderson
and W. A. Martin of Greenville. They
will be gone about two weeks.
See the beautiful gold band Gob
lets and Tumblers, that we are show
ing on our ten cent counter.
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
Mountville, Sept. 11,?Mr. Johu R.
Fuller, who for the last year has so
efficiently performed the duties of
salesman In the store of Dr. A. R. Ful
ler, is now tilling a similar position
with Rasor & Fuller. John Is faith
ful to duty and accommodating in his
Mr. Joe Nelson has exchanged his
boyhood occupation of moving the soil
and gathering the fleecy staple for a
clerkship in the store of S. N. Crisp,
In which capacity he will be glad to
show you how easily and quickly he
can sell you goods.
Mrs. Fannie Blyes of Greers has re
turned home after spending some
weeks here looking after her farming
interests and mingling with her
Summer vacation is ended and
school days have come again. While
vacation is always hailed with pleas
ure, work time is not. without its joys
and hopes. To those who are seeking
their proper place in the affairs of
tlie world, employment brings the
greater happiness and contentment.
The Mountville school begins its ses
sion today under the same corps of
teachers who have taught the two last
sessions and it Is expected that the
work will move off easily and smooth
Miss Ida May Crisp attended the
Woman's Missionary Union auxiliary
of the LaureilS Baptist Association at
Clinton last week as a representative
of the Woman'sM Issionary Society of
the Baptist church. She was also as
signed an important duty on the pro
gram of that meeting.
Mr. E. B. Chase, a prominent rail
road man of Columbia, accompanied
by his family, Is visiting his son Cal
Mr. Ellis Fuller conducted service
at the Baptist church Sunday evening,
preaching an interesting sermon on
the theme. "Is Christ a Hard Master?"
While Mr. Fuller is yet only a young
student in college, he has excellent
gifts for the ministry and makes prom
ise of a useful life in the Gospel ser
Miss Edith T^agn* lias gone to
Camp Hill, Ala. She will live with
her aunt, Mrs. l.angley. and attend
school, at that place.
Master .1. D. Watts of I.aurens is vis
iting his counsin Watts Hudgens,
A Token of Appreciation.
During the exercises at the Metho
dist Sunday School the past Sunday
morning. Mr. C. C. Featherstone was
presented with a beautiful Bilde by
Mr. W. 1.. Cray, on behalf of the school
Mr. Featherstone has been the Super
intendent of the school now for eigh
teen years, the bible being given as
a token of appreciation of his work
during that time. He accepted the
present with a few well-chosen words
of thanks. Mr. Featherstone, with his
family, will leave the latter pait of
the week for their new home in Green?
#5.00 Kill Offered.
For everybody who has a colt over
one year obi from my noted sit ed
Denmark I offer this lor best colt,
any age over one year old. We want
to see every colt in the ring at one
time at our fair.
E. W. Martin.
Advertise in Ilm paper with the larir
?st circulation. The Advertiser prints
2,200 papers over) week.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
I .aureus, S. C.
Dr. Qeo. N. Bunch
Gray Court, S. C7
Phone 23 Hours 6 to 9
Jno. W. Ferguson C. C. Featherstone
W. B. Knight
FERQUS0N, FEATHERSTONE & KNIOHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S, C,
i Prompt and careful attention given
to all business.
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
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Trial Package by mall 10 c?nt?.
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Lanrcns, S. C,
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A regular Three Dollar Rocker, made of
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You are welcome at this store any time, whether you wish to buy or not
M A mm/ //?/
Drug Stores Get New Medicine
A New Remedy Called Digestit Found to Be Sure Relief
for Indigestion and Stomach Disorders.
IT DIGESTS FOOD THAT STOMACHS CANNOT
A Limited Number of Full Size Packages Will Be Supplied Without Cost to
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The ktcnl drug stores n? welt as all j
first-class Pharmacies throughout the,
country have been supplied with the
new remedy for stomach disorders? j
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symptoms of Indigestion and Dyspep
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Special arrangements have been
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number of full size packages will be1
supplied without cost by your drug
gist .that you may test It In your own
These packages will be given to tho
first ones calling, so if you are a vic
tim of Indigestion do not miss this
opportunity to get relief, or if you are
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Hearing tho after .effects?that full
uncomforatbte feeling, heartburn,
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It aids assimilation thereby^
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