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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Constable Ferguson, of Rcnno, was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
Rev. J. B. Mahaffey, of Clinton, was
a visitor hi the city Thursday.
Miss Julia Nevillo, of Clinton, spent
Wednesday in the city shopping.
Misses CHaude and Mary Gray, of
Knights station, are visiting Miss Julia
Miss Katherlno Hollams, of Wash
ington, Ga., is tbo attractive guest of
Miss Susie Gray.
Miss Taccon Caine loft Friday for
Wilmington and different points in Vir
ginia to be gone about three months.
Mr. Thomas M. Shaw of Laurcns,
was hero this week.?Abbeville cor
respondent of The Augusta Chronicle.
Mr. Gus Simmons, who is making
his home in Greenville, was a visi
tor at the home, of his paronts Thurs
The friends of Col. N. B. Dial will
be glad to know that ho will again
be at his desk after an illness of over
Miss Annie Simpson, who is teach
ing in Spai'tanburg county, spent Sat
urday and Sunday in the city with her
Mr. R. L. Wolff lias accepted a posi
tion as agent for the Molony K- Carter
Company, of Charleston, and will sell
ingredients for making fertilizer at
Mr. 13. P. Minter, who has been
spending several days in McBce, look
ing after the big land interests of the
Southern Land Development Company,
returned home Monday morning.
Miss Kathorino Heliums, of Wash
ington. G i.. who has been visiting Miss
Susie Cray, left Saturday morning for
Gray Court where she will visit rela
tives before returning home.
Col. Samuel MeGowan, of Philadel
phia, has bi en spending several days
in the city visiting relatives and
friends and also in overseeing some
work being done at the Laurens cem
Dlnodinc Cough Checker will quick
ly allay that hacking Irritation ac
companying a scvero cough or cold.
The safest and surest remedy for chil
dren. Keep a bottle constantly nt
Laurens Drug Co.. Laurens, S. C.
(From the Boston Globe.)
A LARGE BOULDER FELL IN
FRONT OF A PASSENGER TRAIN
GOING AT FIFTY MILES AN
And It Whs Almost Miraculous That
Everyone of the Two Hundred Pas
sengers were not Crushed In Death.
When you read such startling head
lines In the daily papers, did you ever
stop to think how many lives are being
crushed out dally by stones in the
bladders of hundred of human beings,
because no remedy was ever known to
medical science that would remove
them until bloodine was discovered;
and since bloodine has been found to
be n specific for this terrible affliction,
It has had the most phenomenal sale
throughout the Fast and West, of any
remedy ever known. Thousands of
bottles having been sold in a single
day in many of the large cities.
[f you are suffering witii stone in
the bladder. achin<" pains over hips,
backache, sediment or deposit in urine
' irritation of the bladder, pain in urin
ating, rheumatism, uiicacid in the
blood, sudden stoppage of the urine,
highly colored or milky white urine,
pass blood or mucus in urine, reten
tion o,f urine, straining alter urinating,
thick or sluggish urine, scystltus in
flammation Of bladder, catarrh of l>i;\(i
der, or bowels, puffness under eyes,
voracious appetite, thirst, gall stones,
gravel, pain in urethra, swollen an
kles, dimmed vsion, specks before the
? yes scanty urine, frequent calls,
mouth dry. biliousness, dribbling, lum
bago) weakness, loss of flesh, irregu
lar heart action, ulceratlon of the blad
der, skin pale, waxy and dry, had odor
of perspiration, don't delay, but send
to your druggist ami get a bottle of
bloodine, Ol once; if he does not keep
bloodine, you can secure a six weeks'
treatment six bottles, for $2.60, or
single bottles f?0e, trial bottle and
booklet 10c from The llloodine Labor
atories, Boston, Mas.;.
F. D. ('. Notice.
J. B. Kershaw chapter will hold its
next regular meeting next Friday af
ternoon nt .'I o'clock. Jan. 19th with
Mrs. J. H. Teagtie, at which meeting
"Crosses of Honor" will he conferred
upon nil veterans whose applications
have been sent in to the committee. All
members of the chapter are most cor
dially Invited to be present.
Mrs. Brooks Swygert,
WOMEN WITH PILES.
Re tared by Simply Taking Sngar
Constipation, tight clothing, wom
b's ordeals cause pllos. Women suf
fer more than men and all will be
gratofn1 to knew of a succcsfui rem
edy So tablet tsdn, 'hat bring* a cure
wit lue ' outtln/, use of salt 68 or sup
positories. This guaranteed remedy Is
HKM-ROID, sold by Laurens Drug Co.
and all druggists. $1 for treatment
lasting 21 days.
Dr. Leonhardt Co.. Station B. Buf
falo, N. Y., Prop. Write for booklet.
I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
?np^W^ Si?i^%^%% %S^S^ Ai#^ B^|H^1|H|H|i
Miss Susie Gray entertained a ?inall
party at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas Gray Thursday evening, in
honor of hor guest, Miss Catherine
Hellam3, of Washington, Ga. During
the evening a few games of cards were
played aftor which delightful refresh
ments wore served. Besides Mr. and
Mrs. Gray, MIhb Susie Gray and Miss
Helfants, others present were Misses
Hattio Kato Eaatorby and Mary Sulli
van and Messrs. JamoB Sullivan, Er
nest Easterby, Dick Childrcss, Jack
McCravy, Gary Eichelberger, James
Davis and Alllo Leo.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Y.
Simmons, near Gray Court, was the
scene of a very pretty wedding, when
on December 27, at half past four
o'clock, when Miss Lila Simmons and
Mr. B. S. Hoyd, of Greenwood, were
united in marriage by Rev. J. P. Atta
Only the family and a few intimate
friends were present. A bountiful din
ner was served by the hoBtess; Tin
young couple will be at home to their
friends, In Greenwood, after Jan. 10,
Miss Willie May Childress enter
tained the Forty Two Club Saturday
afternoon at her home on Main street.
A large number of the members of the
club were present and a most enjoya
ble afternoon was spent. Following a
few games of Forty Two, a delightful
luncheon consisting of a salad course
and coffee was served. Miss Childress
was assisted in entertaining by her
sisters, Misses Annie Belle and llessie
Childress and Miss Mary Gray. Those
present were Mesdames F. K. Spratt,
Ed Hart of Oklahoma, Elizabeth R.
Bobbltt, L. G?Balle, John Balle; Misses
Annie Rlchey, Josephine Fuller, Annie
Gilkerson, Frances Thames, Rosalie
Franks, Mary Todd, Dorcas Calmes,
Ina Little, Beth Shell, Annie Childress,
Julia Gilkerson. Wessle Lee Dial, Olyn
thia Jones and Beaulah Balle.
Miss Oynthin Jones entertained at
the regular meeting of the Daughters
of the American Revolution Friday
evening. Much business of the chap
ter was transacted and a profitable
LAUBENS BRI G CO. GUARANTEES
If you really mean tbnt you want
to drive every Idt of catat rh from your
nose and throat why not try a sensi
ble remedy that is guaranteed to ban
ish catarrh, or money back.
If you already own a little hard
rubber HYOMEI inhaler you can buy
a bottle of HYOMEI (pronounce it
Hlgh-o-mo) for only 50 cents. If you
do not own an inhaler ask for com
plete HYOMEI outfit which contains
an inhaler, this will cost you *1 00,
Then breathe HYOMEI and get rid
of catarrh, relief comes in live min
utes, a day's treatment will make you
happy, a week's treatment and snuf
flcs, museus and hawking go. another
week and good bye to catarrh. Try it
today on money hack plan. Sold by
Laurens Drug Co. and druggists every
The Rock Hill Plan.
The committee appointed for this
county under the Rock Hill plan has
not gotten down to real work as yet,
but they intend beginning a canvas for
funds Immediately. The committee is
composed of Dr. 11. K. Alken, Mr. W.
L. Gray and Dr. W. C. lrby.
Medicines that aid nature are al
ways most effectual. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan, it
allays the cough, relieves the lungs,
opens the secretions and aids nature
in restoring the system to a healthy
condition. Thousands have testified
to its superior excellence. Sold by
all dealers. _ _
Our New Descriptive Catalog
is fully up-to-date, and tells all
about the best
Every farmer and gardener
should have a copy of this cata
log, which has long been recog
nized as a standard authority,
for the full and complete infor
mation which it gives.
We are headquarters for
Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed
Potatoes, Seed Oats, Cow Peas,
Soja Beans and all Farm Seeds.
Wood's Descriptive Catalog mailed
free on request. Write for it.
T. W. WOOD ? SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis, and
Bay Fever. Sold by druggists; mail on
receipt of price $i.oo.
Trial PackftRc by mnll 10 cents.
WILHAMS MFG. CO.. Prop. . Cleveland, Ohio
LACHENS DRUG CO.
Laurens. S. Q
HITS THE SPOT EVERY TIME
The explanation is shnpie-Jheyarc.
mudew?h the?reutesl cure und
eveiy ki^pecuent has to pass the
fest of our own laboratories;
therfe no hit or miss aboutHqysier
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For the New Year will be one
to get the "correct" glasses your
eyes need. Replace those harm
ful badly-fitted ones you're now
At your service here?the skill
and exactness that the Utting of
your eyes demands, at reasonable
(expense. Get an examination!
We Will Bring to Your Home
The Best Class of Furniture
You will find our store the most complete, our goods better and our prices lower.
So come to us with your Furniture needs.
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