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Miss Nannte BurnB leaves today for
?Greenville Female College.
Mr. J. A. Nesbltt, of Woodruff, was
in the city Monday on business.
Miss Sarah Dor roh spent the week
?end In Gray Court with relatives.
Mrs. J. Ross Dorroh of Gray Court,
is visit im; relatives and friends in the
Mr. J. M. Bryson, of Mountville, was
a business visitor in the city yester
Miss Caroline Vance, of Columbia.
Is the attractive guest of Miss Mary
^ The many friends of Mrs. J. A. P.
Moore will be glad to know that she
Is very much better.
Miss Annie Sitgreaves left last week
for Alken where she will teach in the
schools of that place.
Mr .and Mrs. J. W. Todd and family
have returned from Montreat where
they spent the summer.
Mr. R. G. Franks, of Laurens, was
among the business visitors in the
city Saturday.?Gaffney Ledger.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Powell, of Wil
mington, have been visiting Mrs. Pow
ell's mother, Mrs. Rosa I. Calne.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bowen and chil
dren, of Raleigh, have arrived In the
city to visit Mrs. R. E. Copeland.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hicks have
returned from Knowille, Tenn., where
they have been visiting relatives.
Dr. W. H. Ball who is well known In
Laurens where he made his home for
many years spent the day here Monday
Capt. J. M. Philpot accompanied
Miss Marie Philpot to Rock Hill Mon
day, where she is to enter Winthrop
Mr. M. H. Fowler, who has been
sick for some weeks, was getting along
very well last night and was resting
Miss Junnita McCall, of Darlington,
has accepted a position as stenog
rapher to Mr. N. B. Dial and has en
tered upon her duties.
Mr. Milton A. Sullivan, son of Mr.
W. 1). SuUivan of Tumbling Shoals,
passed through the oity Monday on his
way to Wofford College.
Mrs. M. Ii .Xa.h, who has been very
sick for the past week, is now much
better, according to reports from the
County Hospital last night.
Mis.s Eunice Riddell has returned
to her work after a very pleasant vis
it with friends and relatives in Green
wood, Augusta and other points.
Mrs. Lucy Pope, of Montgomery,
Ala., is expecttd in the city today to
visit Miss Eannie Thames at the home
of Capt. and Mrs. W .H. Gllkerson.^
Mr. Henry McKlnhey left today
for \Laurens where he has accepted
a position with the Laurens Steam
Laundry.?Greenwood Dally Journal.
Mr. L. E. Burns, who along with the
five buyers of J. C. Burns & Co., has
been In the north purchasing their
stock of fall goods, has returned home.
Miss Marguerite Adams, who has
been visiting Miss Helen Crisp for
some time, has gone to Pelzer where
she will teach school the coining ses
Mr. W. R. Richey, Jr. was among
the Laurens people who went down
to Columbia' Friday to witness the
ball game between Columbus and Co
Mr. Nat Richardson has so far re
covered from his recent Illness as to
be ablo to ride around the city. His
many friends were glad to see him
out riding Sunday.
Little Miss Sarah Bolt, who has been
sick for a long time with typhoid fev
er, is very much better and her many
friends will be glad to know that she
will soon be well again.
Mr. L. Duvnll Compton, a young bus
iness man of Augusta, but formally of
this county, paid his sisters, Mrs. J.
A. Davis and Mrs. C. L, Templeton, a
very Interesting visit some few days
Miss Lyda Rudd has returned to her
home, after spending some time in the
North purchasing goods for her store
in Cross Hill, where she Is now mak
ing preparations for her opening on
. Meinem!..-.;? 28 and 29.
Miss Kate V. Eichelberger leaves
next week for Kltchlngs Mill, where
i she has accepted the prlnclpalshlp of
the Kltchlngs Mill High School. This
school Is In a very flourishing com
munity of Alken county and Is noted
for its Interest In educational work,
it being one of the very few of tho
smaller communities In this state with
-a library building.
Mrs. W. E. Lucas entertained with
a delightful musical Wednesday after
noon in honor of Mrs. W.' S. Holmes
of Orangeburg, Mrs. T. C. Lucas of
Columbia, and Mrs. H. K. Alken of
Laurens. A very artistic program was
rendered by Mrs .Holmes, Miss Nan
nie Bramlett and the hostess. Those
present at this very delightful func
tion were Mesdames M. L. Copeland,
W. L. Gray, Homer Blackwell, L. G.
Balle. M. L. Smith, F. M. Smith, A. C.
Haskell, A. H. Sanders, J. J. Adams;
Misses Mayine Ferguson, Willou Gray,
Laura Barksdale, Emily Meng, Dorcas
Calmes, Josephine Fuller, Mabel Wal
lace, Nannie Bramlett.
In' honor of her visitor. Miss Eva
Goggins of Ncwberry, Miss Wessie Lee
Dial entertained at her home on West
Main street last Friday evening. Af
ter a few interesting games of bridge
very delightful iced cream and cake
were served those present. The guests
of the- evening were: Misses Eva Gog
gins of Newberry, Caroline Vance of
Columbia .Mary Todd, Lalla Mae Dial,
Edna Sltgreaves, Olynihia Jones, Ju
lia Gilkerson, Willie Mae Childless,
Sadie Sullivan and Messrs. John Wells
Todd, Coke Gray, Roy Little, W. G.
Lancaster, Albert Dial, Vance .Irby,
Carlos Moseley and Arthur Leo. '
Miss Lalla May Dial entertained
Friday morning at bridge in honor of
Miss Caroline Vance, of Columbia.
During the morning a delicious course
of ice cream and cake was served.
Those present were Misses Wossie Lee
Dial, Eva (loggias, Caroline Vance.
Mary Todd. Gladys Huff, Marguerite
Adams, Helen Crisp. Lint Jones, Ed
na Sltgreaves, Sadie Sullivan Julio
and Annie Gilkerson.
In a Few Days Backache and Kidnc)
Your out-of-order kidneys will act
fine, ending most severe bladder trou
ble. No man or woman here whose
kidneys are out of order, or who suf
fer from backache or, bladder misery,
can afford to leave Bloodine Blood and
Kidney Tablets untried.
After taking several doses, all pains
in the hack, sides or loins, rheumatic
twinges, nervousness, headache,
sleeplessness, inflamed or swollen
eyelids, dizziness, tired or wornout
feeling and other symptoms of
clogged, sluggish kidneys simply van
Uncontrollable urination (especially
at night?, smarting, discolored water
and all bladder misery ends. The mo
ment you suspect the slightest kidney
oi" bladder disorder, or feel rheumatic
pains, don't continue to be miserable
or worried, but get a fifty-cont treat
ment of Bloodine Blood and Kidney
Tablets from your druggist and start
taking as directed with the knowl
edge that there is no other medicine
al any price, made anywhere else In
the world, which is so harmless or
will effect so thorough and prompt a
This unusual preparation goes di
rect to the cause of trouble, distribut
ing the cleansing, healing and vital
izing influence directly upon the or
gans and glands affected, and com
pletes the euro before you realize it.
A few days' treatment of Bloodine
Blood and Kidney Tablets means
clean, healthy, active kidneys, blad
der, and urinary organs?and you feei
fine. Accept only Bloodine Blood and
Kidney Tablets?fifty-cents treatment
?from your druggist or of the Blood
ine Corporation, Boston, Mass.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
TRADE WITH IS!
IF YOU DON'T NOW. WHY?
To Know Us is to Like Us
We carry a Full Stock
of Goods and can
Whito Satin Flour ground at Dan
Valley Mills, out of good home grown
Virginia wheat. Try a sack and be
come a satisfied customer.
One of those good fresh Hams on
the rack for you?send for It.
Phono for Cotton Seed Meal, Bran,
Shorts, Milko Cow Food and Chicken
Feed?delivered within tho city.
Buy Seed Rye, Barley. Red Rust
Proof Oats, Home Raised Seed Oats.
Crimson Clover, Vetch and Turnip
Seed to grow.
Figure with us on Baglng and Ties.
2 pound and 2 1-2 pound good piec
ed Bagging, full weight and good val
ue. 21-2 pound and 3 pound new
Nagging, at the right price. t
Pieced Cotton Ties, new pieced Ties
and new Arrow Ties, worth all we ask
Use good Bagging and Tics and get
the full market value for your cotton.
Trada with ns and we will save yon
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
No One Need Envy The Owner of
I II 11 II II
A Well Furnished Home
No indeed for you can have your own home furnished just as well, just
as completely as the one you are envious of.
You can have it and have it at once, the S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.'s
store is just waiting the opportunity to show you the way.
We can and we will, won't you just give us the opportunity?
Solid Oak Sideboard, all material se
lected first quality, rich golden finish,
45 inches long, 22 inches deep, French
Plate Mirror 24 x 12 inches, Two
small Drawers, One large Drawer and
double Door Cabinet.
Beautiful Princess Dresser made of
real Mahogany, piano polished, 40
inches long, 22 inches deep and has
French Plate Mirror 40 x 16 inches
Will Take Place Sept. 28th and 29th.
Our 1911 Fall Millinery Opening promises to
be the most successful that Cross Hill has ever
witnessed. Our line for this season is especially
beautiful and besides an exceptionally stylish line
of Hats. We will also display a fine line of
Our customers will be pleased to know that
Mrs. Laura Bumside and Miss Lilly Mae Rudd
will assist us during the season and therefore we
can assure our patrons the very best attention.
MISS LYDA RUDD
Notions and Fancy Goods
Cross Hill, South Carolina
No man's education is complete if he has
not learned to save his hard-earned dollars.
How many times in your life have you wished
you had the money you knew you had thrown
away foolishly. 4
Dollars planted In the bank are like seed
planted in the ground; they grow.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
We pay liberal interest consistent with safety.
Laurens, S. C. ,
N. B. Dial. President C. H. Roper. Ca7