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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. B. L. Jones spent the week-end
with relatives in Newberr/.
Mr. E. C. Simpson of Barksdale was
a visitor in the city Saturday.
Mr. Ben Hiers of Allendale is here
on a visit to his cousin Mr. L. O. Hiers.
Mrs. M. N. Sltton is the guest at
the home of Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Gll
Mr. R. W. Davis, of Fountain Inn,
spent Sunday in the city with Dr. R. E.
?v Mrs. W. D. Byrd accompanied Mr.
I ft\rd into the city yesterday to attend
. Jtasome shopping.
y Miss Caroline Vance has returned to
her home in Columbia, after a visit to
friends in Laurens.
Mr. John Bolt was among the Red
Shirts who attended the reunion in
Columbia last week.
Mr. J. M. Nichols, a prominent young
attorney of Abbeville was In Laurens
on business yesterday.
Editor Wilson Harris of the Clinton
Chronicle was among the visitors in
the city Wednesday.
Mr. Wllkes Wallaco from Gray
Court Routo 2 was among tho visitors
In Laurens last Saturday.
Mrs. M. E. McDaniel has gone to
Cokesbury to send her children to the
Cokesbury Conference school.
Mr. D. B. Swygcrt went to Charlotte
yesterday on business connected with
the firm of Swygert & Teagne.
Mr. Gordon Garlington, editor of the
Hendersonville (N. C.) News, is in tho
city visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. D. H. Henry, cashier of tho
Commercial Bank of Clinton was a
business visitor in Laurens last Thurs
Mr. 11. M. Gains, of Spartanburg,
arrived in the city yesterday to take
charge of the painting on the court
Mrs. R. C. Richardson and children |
have been the guests of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan for the
past few days.
Mr. Jack Brown, formerly of Lau
rens, where he is well known came
over from his home in Ninety Six Mon
day to spend tho day.
Mrs. j. H. Fraser, of Jockson, Miss.,
who Is pleasantly remembered here
as Miss Annie Simpson, is In the city
visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Chapman, of
Hickory Tavern, were In the city 3 es
terday, having come into town In their
touring car to do some shopping.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Nash will be glad to know that Mrs.
Nash is recovering from her recent ill
ness and is well enough to bo at home.
Mr, B. M. Wolff spent Monday and
Tuesday in Greenville on business and
incidentally witnessed the perform
ance of "Madame Sherry" Monday ev
Congressman and Mrs. Jos. T. John
son were in the city yesterday having
come down from Spartanburg In Mr.
Johnson's new automobile. They re
turned yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Frank Henderson, who has been
employed In Summerton for some
time, has accepted a position with
Dodson-Edwards Drug Company and
has already entered upon his duties.
Tho friends of Mr. M. A. Bass, who
has been living at the Laurons Cotton
Mill for several years, will regret to
learn that ho has moved to Greenville
where he will mako his home in tho
Tho many friends of Mrs. Sam Sax
on wore glad to see her In Laurens
yesterday. On account of her sunny
disposition and congenial temperment
Mrs. Snxon is always met with a cor
dial welcome in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Burns went to
Greenwood Monday morning to be at
the funeral of Mr. J. C. Burns' little
child. The friends and acquaintances
here of Mr. J. C. Burns and of his rela
tives will sympathize with him in tho
loss of the little one.
BACKACHE IS A WARNING.
Laurens People Should Net Neglect
Backache is nature's most frequent
signal of sick or weakened kidneys.
To euro tho pains and aches, to re
move the lameness you must reach the
cause?the kidneys. If you have pain
through tho small of your back, urin
ary disorders, headaches, dizzy spells,
^or are nervous and depressed, start
treating tho kidneys with a tested
kidney remedy. The slightest symp
tom of kidney troublo may bo nature's
warning of approaching dropsy, grav
el, or fatal Brlght's dlsf .ise. Doan's
Kidney Pills should be used at tho
first Blgn of disorder. Doan's Kid
ney Pills are especially for sick kld
neya?have been curing kidney trouble
for over 75 years. Read Laurens tes
W. P. Shealey. 42? H. Main St., Lau
rens, 8. C. says: "My back wee in bad
shape and I was hardly able to get
about. When I wan advised to try
Doan's Kidney Pills I did so and the
contents of one box brought me com
plete relief. I recommend this rem
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MUburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name?Doan's?and
lake no other.
I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
Wednesday ovenlng at the home of
the bride's Bistor in Rock Hill, MIbb
Jessie Huey, who taught school here
last year and Is very popularly known
in society circles, was married to Mr.
John M. Cannon, this city. The happy
couplo is now spending the honeymoon
in the mountains of Western North
Carolina. Ttye following notice ap
peared in the Rock Hill Record Thurs
Last evening at the home of the
bride's sister, Mrs. F. H. Moore, on
Marion street, a most beautiful homo
wedding was solomulzed when Miss
Jessie Huey, daughter of Mrs. M. E.
Huey, of this city, was married to Mr.
J. M. Cannon, of Laurens.
The home was beautifully decorat
ed for the occasion and at. 7:30, to the
sweec strains of Mendelssohn's "Wed
ding March," played by Johnson's Or
chestra, of this city, the wedding par
ty began to enter the ceremony room,
which wa3 decorated with Southern
smllax, white roses, nnd with a white
canopy, under which the ceremony
was performed, the room being lighted
with numerous cnndleB mounted on
pedestals. First entered the brides
maids: Miss Alico Huey, of Birming
ham, Ala., and Miss Mattle Sandlfcr, |
of this city, both dressed in yellow
messallne, trimmed elaborately with
beads, and carrying white carnations.
Next came the damo of honor, Mrs.
F. H. Moore, also dressed in yellow
messallne, trimmed In hand embroid
ery and beaded, carrying yellow
daises. Next the maid of honor, Miss
May Ferguson, of Lancaster, dressed
in apricot messallne. headed and
carrying carnations; then tho ring
bearer, Master F. II. Moore, Jr., a
nephew of the bride. Xext came the
groom with his best man. Dr. Isadore
Schayer, of Laurens. Then entered
the bride with her brother, Mr. T/.os.
W. Huey. They were met by Rev. A.
S. Rogers, pastor of tho A. R. P.
church of this city, who in a beau
tiful ceremony pronounced them man
and wife. The bride was attired in a
beautiful white messallne, with chif
fon and real lace trimmings and car
ried bride's roses. Hein? ;< very
pretty brunette, she looked lovely in
her bridal costume.
At 8 o'clock a reception was given,
at which a number of Interested
friends were present. Those receiv
ing at the door were Mesdames K.
Cl. Jones and J. Ed. Reid. In tho hall
were Mesdames E. R. Pat ridge and
Fred A. Dunlap. In tho dining room,
which was decorated in yellow and
white, with yellow daises, this color
scheme also being caried out in the
cake and ices. Those receiving weiO
Mesdames J. C. Cauttien and J. Wil
son Moore nnd Miss Nell Reld. Those
who served ice cream were Misses
Annie Miller, Harriet Anderson, Julia
Boyce and Mary Huey. Llttlo Misses
Margaret and Sarah Jones served "af
ter dinner" mints.
During the reception Johnson'? Or
chestra dispensed beautiful music,
which was enjoyed by all.
A most elaborate and valuable as
sortment of presents was received,
signifying tho OBteem nnd popularity
of the young couple.
After receiving tho congratulations
of those present the bride and groom
left at 9 o'clock on the northbound
train for a two weeks' wedding trip,
after which they will bo at home at
While tho many friends of tho bride
in this city regret to lose her from
Rock Hill, their best wishes go with
her to hor new homo In Laurens.
Invitations have been Issued to the
marriage of Miss Eulah Wlnn, of Clin?
ton, to Mr. Joshua R. Murff. of this
city, the wedding to tako place In Clin
ton at 7 o'clock In tho evening of Oc
tober 11th. Tho bride-elect is an ac
complished young lady of Clinton while
Mr. Murff Is a well known young bus
iness man, being employed with tho
firm of J. M. Phil pot & Company. The
wedding ceremonies will tako place in
the Thornwell Memorial church,
Tho following Invitations wero Issu
ed from Waterloo several days ago,
where Mr. and Mrs. Pearce live, and
where they have many friends who
will offer solicitations at their China
Wedding this ovenlng:
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pearco
Request tho Honor
of your Presenco
Wednesday, October Fourth
Nineteen Hundred and Eleven
Waterloo, South Carolina.
IT'S EQUAL DON'T EXIST.
No one has ever made a naiv?, oint
ment or balm to compare, with Buck
len's Arnica Salve. It a tue on* perfect
healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises,
Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers, Eczema,
Salt Rheum. For Sora Eye?, Cold
Sores, Chapped Hands or Sprains Its
Biipreme. Unrlraled for Pllaa. Try it.
Only 25c at Laurens Drug; Co., and
Pnlraotto Drug Co.
Our Salesmen Will Personally Interest
Themselves In the Needs of Your Home
The long experience of all salesmen in our employ particularly fits them to
competently aid the young folks in their home=furnishing. They will aid you
painstakingly and attentively.
High Grade Sewing Machines
Guaranteed for life time, they are simple and easy to
operate, very light running, beautiful cases, full ball bear
ing and perfectly noisless. A machiue of tlr's quality
would cost you Fifty Dollars off of an agents wagon.
Solid Oak Sideboard, a
real nice well-made and
splendidly finished article,
large size and fitted with
French Plate Mirror.
Large Pedestal Dining Table,
extends to six feet, made of
selected first quality oak,
highly polished, a value such
as only this store would offer
Fine Oak Dining Table, $5.75
Solid golden oak?solid bolted und braced legs?42
inch square top?fluted legs?extends, when opened, 6feet.
A most excellent Dining Table in every respect, and the
biggest bargin you ever laid eyes on. Come and get yours
ere they are gone.
Special Values in Fine Rugs and Art Squares. We
have just received a lar^e shipment of extra values in
Axminster Rugs and Art Squares and want you to see
them, they are new and attractive Patterns and the Prices
are lower than ever before.
A remarkable value, Cliase Leather Couch, full size,
finely Tufted, quartered oak frame, steel springs, a fifteen
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & COMPANY
When yoa feet
?ons, tired, worried or despondent it is 9
?uro sign yon need MOTTS NERVERINE
PILLS. Th^r renew the normal vigor and
make life worth living, na turn ?na ??k for
Molt'* Norr-rine Pill? Ka?-?iiS?
WIUAMS MFC CO.. Pre**.. CUrokW. Okie
LAURKM DRUG CO.
LairMi, H. C
GHICHISTER S PILLS
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SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EYE RYWHERfi
Par-a-sit-i-cide cures itch and
mange in 30 minutes. Pimples
ami Ringworms quickly. Price
I.AURHNS DRUG CO.
60c by mail or express from
Dr. Iy. J. Sharp & Co , Commerce,
Gtt. Guaranteed. "Take no
LKAUX AUTOMOBILE IIUSIXKSH.
Take a thirty days Practical coarse
1b oar woll equipped Machlno Shops
and learn tho Automobile business,
and accept (rood positions. CIIAK
LOTTK AUTO Sl'IIOou Charlotte, N.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pilo Ointment will euro
IMInd, Wooding nnd Itching I'lle*. It ab
sorbs tho tumors, allays Itching fit 0I1CO,
arts ns a poultlc?, glres Instant roll"f.
Williams' Indian Pile ointment Is pre
pared for Piles and Itching of tho prlvato
parts. Druggist*, mall SOc nnd $1 00.
WILLIAMS MFO. CO., Prop*.. Clsvelsnd, Ohio
LAUBJEK8 DRUG vO.
Laurens S. C
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Court*,
prompt attention given to all business
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office In Simmons building
Phono: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your norrous aya
I torn rind causod trouble with your kld
ii.-vs and bladder? ilar? you pains im
loins, sldn. back nnd bladder? liave you
a flabby appeuranco of the raw. and un
der the ryes? A fre<iue>nt deatro to pan
urine? U so, Williams' Kidney Pills wU?
euro you ?DriiforlBt. PrtOO 600. f
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*., CteveUaA'
LAUKENS DRUG COy^
Laurent*, S. C