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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. J. C. Hill, of Mountvllle, was
a visitor In the, city Monday.
Mr. W. W. Grumbles of Owings
spent yesterday in the city.
Mr. D. W. Hart, of Gaffney, was a
visitor in the city Saturday.
Mr. J. M. Lowe of Waterloo spent
the day in the city last Monday.
Mr. W. W. Grumbles of Owiuge was
a business visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss Gussie Hood of Sumter is the
guost tbis week of Mrs. W. D. Fergu
Mrs. J. Y. Wallace left today for Au
gusta whore sbo goes to be with Mr.
Mr. E. W. PattOU Of Fountain Inn
Route No. 2, was in the city on bus
Mr. A. M. Sherbert of Lanford was
among the business visitors In Lau
ren s last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rear, of Flor
ence, are visiting the hitter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hay.
Mrs. E. P. minter left yesterday for
New York where she will visit her
brother for a fow weeks.
Among those Who were here last
week on a bus ss trip was Mr. Joe!
m. Knlghlon o' uipsonville.
Mr. W. E. Pitts came down from'
near Gray Court to spend the day in
Lau t ens yesterday on business.
The friends of Col. N. H. Dial were
glad to see him on the street yester
day, after an illness of several weeks. ,
Dr. Davis, of Clinton, was In the city
"Wednesday having brought a patient
up for consultation and an operation
by Dr. Schayer.
Mrs. Dorroh Pedcn and two children,
who have been visiting Miss Reta
Meredith, have returned to their
home in Cray Court.
Mr. .1. M. Todd was in the city yes
terday on Iiis way back to bis old
home near (Stay Court, after living for
a short while at Woodruff.
Mr. Pryor Pabb, much to the pleas
ure of his many friends, has returned
to his work at Davis Roper company
after several months of sickness.
Miss Eliza McDonald and the Misses
Hunter, of Ora. after spending several
days in tho city as the guest of Mrs. ;
Hampton Hunter returned Saturday to
Mrs. Ed. Hart of Laurons, who has
been the guest of Mrs. Howard Ellis,
left this morning for Hodges where
she will visit relatives.--Greenwood
Miss Laura Purns has moved to
Greenville, where she will reside with
her brother, Mr. James Purns. Her
many friends her-* will regret her de
parture very mum.
Miss Jessie May Maboffoy of Clinton
w ) has accepted a position as teach
er at the school near Madden, passed
through the city Saturday en her way
to take up her duties.
Mr. II. Terry has returned home af
ter spending several days in Chatlotte
where he went on business in con
nection with the sab- of some real es
late which he owns there.
Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Rankin have re
lumed from Atlanta where Mrs. Ran
kin has been in a hospital for some
weeks. Their many friends are glad
to bear of her continued Improvement.
Mr. J. G. Wham moved his family
to Laurons, last week, occupying (lie
Holmes house on East Main street,
recently purchased by him. Clinton
loses a very ontorprfslng citizen in
departure of Mr. Wham ami Laurens
Miss Josie Prathor, of Clinton, who
is visiting in the city, was the guost
of honor at a little neighborhood can
dy pulling given on Monday evening
in Gaffney by Miss Hattle Lou Little
.lohn. Quite a number of friends en
joyed this informal affair.?Spartan
Gas and Heartburn Stopped in Five
Got rid of Indigestion.
Or dyspepsia, or whatever you call
your stomach misery.
Drive out the sourness.
Lift off the heaviness.
Stop tho fermentation of food.
Danish gas, heartburn, foul breath,
dizziness, headaches, nervousness,
nlghtswoats and bad dreams forever.
Got a 50 cent box of MI-O-NA tab
lets at Laurens Drug Co. today. They
guarantee them for any of tho dis
eases named above or for any stomach
No bettor prescription for indiges
tion was ever written.
MI-O-NA mafces the stomach vigor
ous and strong enough to digest food
without aid. For sale by Laurens
"Drug Co. and druggists everywhere.
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A very happy home wedldng took
place at high noon on Thursday, Jan.
18th at the One residence of Mr. and
Mrs. H. S. Wallace, near Shiloh
church, when their eldest daughter,
Miss Alma, became the brldo of Mr.
James Twyinan Pitts. The beautiful
I bride was handsomely gowned in a
travelling dress of blue cloth trim
med with point lace. To the stirring
strains of Mondelsohnn's Wedding
March played on tho organ by Miss
Lucile Wolff, tho wedding party went
in procession to the parlor where the
marriage service was performed by
tho Rev. J. M. Dallas, pastor of Friend
ship Presbyterian church. At tho
close of tho Bervice tho young people
received the hearty congratulations of
their parents and friends. The wed
ding dinner was served to the bride,
groom und guests in the dining room,
and was a delicious repast consisting
of all the good things of the season.
Mrs. Wallace provided a dinner that
was a credit to that clever and kind
hearted lady. Tho bride who is very
popular with all the people received
many handsome presents both us'fi.l
and ornamental. The groom. Mr. Pitt-*,
is 0110 of our highly esteemed young
men, who is widely known for his fno
sterling character. The young ton
pip will take up their residence at the
old home of tho Pitts family in Brew
erton, and their many friends look to
l them to keep up the kind hospitality
and traditions that have made that fine
old place noted throughout the county.
Tho marriage of these two young
people has brought into relationship
two of tin? oldest and best known fam
ilies in Laurens county, who were here
? before the Revolution. Both the young
people come of the good obi Scotch'
Irish race which has done so much
for the welfare of So;.*ii Carolina.
Among those present lit the Wallace
Pitts wedding were observed the fol
lowing: Mr. Clyde Franks, Laurens,
Mr. Haddon Wilson, Mr. Willie Wolff,
Mr. Thurman Pitts, Miss Lucile Wolff.
Miss Barnie Wallace, Miss Minnie
Wallace and many other members of
Mr. .1. T. Pitts is very well known
In Ware Shoals where he is the genial
' obliging assistant manager of the gin.
May ho and his fair bride enjoy ev
The many friends ami acquaintanc
es of Dr. .1. F. Plant, who as a minis'*
terial student served several Baptist
Churchos in Ibis county several years
ago, will bo interested in the an
nouncement of his marriage which
took plase several weeks ago. Dr.
Piani was married to Miss Alice Jo
sephine Lucas, of Bryan, Tex. The
young couple left on the 20th of this
month for Bio de Janoir, Brazil,
where they will make their home.
LOCALS FROM DIALS. *
Dials, Jan. 23.?For once we have
had a tasto of real winter weather.
Snow, sloot, and ice have reigned su
preme for the past two weeks and ev
ery one is glad to soo the last of it.
Miss Huth Martin and brother. Glenn
of Lanford. were the guests of Mr. B.
W. Mai t in and family last week.
Mr. Caspar Fowler of Fountain Inn
siient tho week-end with Mr. Kniest
Harris last week.
Cadet John Simmons, of Clemson.
is at home now, owing to the state of
bis health, as Is also cadet Miles Hun- j
tor of tho Citadel.
Miss Catherine Holiams of Wash
ington, Gn.j is the guest of Miss Kmma
Miss Sallio Brownlee has returned
from a visit to Hendersonville.
Mr. William Brooks was a visitor in
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Knight of Clin
ton are visiting Mr. Martin Holder and
Rev. R. M. Du Boso and Mrs. DnBoso
of Princeton were visitors in our
midst recently. Mr. DuBose was form
erly preacher in charge hero and bo
and Mrs. DuBose are always welcome
visitors to their many flrends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bolt and children
visited Mrs. J. R. Brownlee and fam
Mr. Robert Heliums of Greenville
visited Mr. John Simmons last week.
Mr. John B. Brooks, of I>nurons
spent Sunday with his mother.
Misses Kmma Harris, Maggio Har
rison, Cntherlno Hellams, and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Harris spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Simmons.
Tho quickest and most effective
remedy for loosoning tho phlegm, re
lieving lrltatlon and curing any cough
or cold Is Bloodlno Cough Checker.
For that awful cough take Bloodlno
Cough Checker. A 50 cent bottle will
last longer than most any cough.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurons, S. C.
Our lino of Window Shades is the
most complete wo have ever shown,
all colors, nil qualities and all sizes.
S. M. & E. II. Wllkos & Co.
We Offer You the Best Furniture
Values to be Obtained in the City
Come and let us prove this assertion. Remember if you get it
at wilkes & Company's its the best the market affords. Every
thing new and up-to-date. Won't you come and let us have the
pleasure of showing you the best and cheapest line of Home Fur=
nishings to be found in the city.
Beautiful Pedestal Table
solid oak,highly polished
6 feet length. Would
he cheap at $10.00
Regular $2.50 Value
Extra Special Value
Made of solid Oak, beautifully finished, roll head
and foot. Regular $7.50 value.
Frame made of quarter sawed oak, golden finish,
upholstered in best Chase Leather, spring con
struction A 1. The equal of this couch could not
be duplicated elsewhere for less than $12.50.
THE BEST PLACE TO TRADE
New Hose Arrived.
it will doubtless bo assuring news
to tho property owners In Iho city toi
know that 500 leOl <>f tho new hose
i lire hoso) which was ordered by Ihc
City SOine tlnio ago has arrived. Tin
remaining BOO feet will come in some
t llUO later.
We are offering the greatest vahn s
in Chairs ever shown in the State.
S. M. ?t E. 11. Wilkes & Co.
I would like to know at once (ho
nan', s and address of every deaf, du in I)
or blind child In the county, ,-lsc fho
untilc and address of the parent i of
such children. I nm In position to
help such unfortunate children ami am
very anxious to bo fnformed about
r?Very such child in the county at nice.
Ceo. I,. Pitts.
upt. of Education,
Laurens, S. C.
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