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I LOCAL AN! PERSONAL MriENTION. |
Mr. B. T. Shell, of Gray Court, was
In the city Monday.
Mrs. G. C. Tollteon is visiting her
parents in Columbia.
Mr. Duff Owant, of Gray Court Route
No. 2, waa In the city Monday.
Mrs. J. M. Cannon ia spending some
time in Rock Hill with her parents.
Mr. R. G. Wilson, of the Barksdale
section, was is the cit/ oa business
Mr. K. R. Durgess from Gray Court
Route One was a visitor ia the city
Mr. W. R. Riohey. Jr., haa returned
?rom a short tisit to Columbia and
Among those in Laurens Monday
was Mr. B. M. 1). Watson who lives
Miss Lnllah May Dial has returned
to tho city after a pleasant vi?it in
Mr. Cash Watts who has been in
Oheraw for some time Is spending a
few days hero.
Mrs. Geo. Ii. Teague of Waterloo
was among those who spent tho day
in town Friday.
Mrs. W. R. Richer, Jr., and little
Miss Sarah Richey are In. Columbia
Mr. N. A. Craig went over to Ora
to visit his mother last Sunday?
Mrs. C. C. Featherstone visited In
Laurens the latter part of last week?
Mrs. J. M. McLees of Greenwood, Is
spending awhile In the city with Mr.
and Mrs. Clifton Jones.
Mr. Geo. H. Anderson went over to
Laurens Sunday on a visit to his par
Mr. L. Z. Wilson from near Gray
Court was among tho business visi
tors in Laurens Monday.
Mr. Jas. T. Hill, who lives near
Watts Hridgo on Saluda river, was in
tho city on business Monday.
Mrs. C. W. Garrett spent Bevcral
days last week In Laurens visiting
Mr. John Watts, a student at the
University of South Carolina, has been
spending a few days In Laurens.
Miss Gertrude Tolllson has return
ed home from a pleasant visit to hor
aunt, Mrs. J. L. Roland In Wnterloo.
Mrs. W. R. Richey Jr. and little
Sara have gono to Rennettsville after
spending some time visiting In Co
Miss Elizabeth Shell has gone to
Darlington county, where she will
teach. She will be at a school near
Miss Nettie Spratt, who Is teaching
at Greenwood, spent the week-end in
the city as the guest of Mr. and Mtb.
Mr. T. A. Cowan, of Jefferson City,
Tenn., and a member of the firm of
Counts & Cowan, has been In the city
for several days.
Mr. Albert Dial returned Saturday
from Jacksonville and other Florida
points, where ho has been In the in
terest of the glass factory.
Mr. J. S. Bailey Of Greenwood,
spent Thursday night in tho city as
the guest of Mr. Arthur Lee and at
tended the concert by the Kilties.
Miss Willie May Chlldress has ac
cepted a position as teacher of Ralley's
school, a few miles from the city, and
went out to take up her duties Mon
The friends of Mr. L. G. Dalle, Sr.,
will regret to lenrn that he has not
been as well as might be wished for
the past week. For several days past
he has been very sick.
Mr. W. C. Drown, of Gray Couit
Route No. 3, after doing without The
Advertiser for some time, dropped Into
the office Tuesday and placed his name
back on the list. Couldn't do without
Mr. Joh"? T. Compton, of Helton, S.
C, visited his sister, Mrs. Allie Tem
pleton, at tho old horns place Satur
day last. Ho also visited his brother,
T. A. Comptoa, and his sister. Mrs. J.
Mr. J. B. Rhodos, of near Gray
Court, was in tho city Monday. Mr.
Rhodes has been putting in some good
work on the roads In his neighborhood
something that ho ought to be com
Mrs. J M. Cannon, Mrs. Wells Clar
dy. Miss Willie May Chlldress and
Miss Mary Todd spent last Wednesday
talght in Columbia where they witness
ed the presentation of The Pink Lady
i at the opera house. ,
Mr. C. W. Tune and Mr. E. H. Wllkes
loft the early part of the week for
Chattanooga. Tenn., where they will
attend the National Convention of
Laymen, representing the Laymen's
X SOCIAL ArTB PERSONAL. |
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An enjoyable aftermath of ihe pre
sentation of "Haul" Tuesday evening,
by the Laurens Choral society, was the
reception tendered those taking part
in it at the home of Dr. and Mrs. .1.
H. Toague Friday evening by the sev
eral church soeielies. After the par
ty had gathered and intermingled for
awhile, sev.eral voluntary musical se
lections wero rendered and then a
"stormy" discussion of affairs affect
ing the society was indulged in. The
debate was still waxing warmer, when
It was interrupted by the Invitation
to the dining room, Where all joined
nround tho table and enjoyed a de
lightful aal ad course followed by cof
fee. Repairing again to tho parlor,
after a fow moments of pleasant con
versation, the absorbing topic was
again taken up and solved by a ma
jority vote cast almost entirely of the
ladies of the socloty aided by several
insurgonts from the mal? side.
A pleasant feature of the evening
was the presentation of two pictures
to Mr. and Mrs. Chas H. Hicks by Dr.
Toague, on behalf of tho society. Dr.
TeagUO expressed to Mr. and Mrs.
Illcks the appreciation of tho society
for the work that tho two had done In
directing tho cantata. Mr. IHcks, evi
dontly vory much surprised and over
come, expressed in a few words their
thanks for the gift.
In addition to thoso who took part
In the cantata, tho husbands and wives
of the married ones wero present and
enjoyod the evening.
Miss Mayme Ferguson entertained
tho Bridge Club Thursday afternoon
at her home on West Main street. Ta
bles wero prepared for twenty people
and after a few rubbers were played
a delightful lunch was served. A most
enjoyable afternoon was spent by those
who woro prosent.
Mrs. Brooks Swygcrt entertained the
Literary Club Wednesday afternoon,
when a pleasant as well as profitable
afternoon was enjoyed. She was as
sisted in entertaining by Mrs. J. H.
Teague. Delightful refreshments wero
served during the afternoon.
Card of Thanks.
Wo thank our friends of Shiloh for
their goodness, kindness and sympathy
which they showed us during the re
cent illness and death of our mother,
Mrs. M. B. Owings. May the Lord
keep each and every one of you.
Mrs. W. M. Armstrong,
Gray Court, S. C.
For sore throat there Is positively
no remedy that will relieve so
quickly and cure permanently the
most aggrevated casw, as Blondine
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
Netiee School Trustees.
To school trustees and teachers in
Lau renn county in need of blackboards
We have a quantity of Hyloplate
black-boards 4 ft. wide in f> and 6 ft.
lengths in a slightly damaged condi
tion which wo will sell at a sacrifice
It cost our school from $2.f>0 to $3.50
a piece. Wo will sell it from f.o cents
to $1.00 a piece as long as it lasts.
Some of It is in as good condition
as that wo aro now using. It is a
bargain to schools in need of black
boards and are contemplating buying.
B. L. Jones, SupL,
Laurens, S. C.
Citation for Letters of Administration.
Stale of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
By (). Q. Thompson, Probate Jud^o:
Whereas P. Hi Fellers made suit to
me, to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration of the Estate and effects of J.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said J. L. Fellers
deceased, that they be and appear bo
f( ;o me. In the Court of Probate, to
In- held at Laurens ('. IL, S. C. on the
21st day of February, 11112 next, after
publication hereof, nt 11 o'clock In
the forenoon, to show cause, If any
they have, why the said Administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 6th day or
February Anno Domini 1912.
O. G. Thompson,
Jno. W. Ferguson C. C. Featherstoae
W. B. Kaight
PRfflUSON, FKAT1R1STONP. * KNIGHT
AtUnktf? at Law
Prompt and cmrefal atteatlan givaa
U all haainsa.
Office Over Palnaette Bank.
Piles! Wee I Piles!
Williams' Indian 1*11? Olntaaant will cur*
Blind, Hleadln* and Itchlaa; Pllea. It its
?orb* tha tumoro, allays Itching at once,
acta aa a poultice. irJv?a Inatant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment la pre
pared for Ptlea and llrhln* of tha privat?
parts. DrwTJctatn. mall 50c and 11.00.
WILLIAMS MF? CO.. Pr???.. Clevelaad, Oftlt
LAUBENS aBUtt * <>.
Laarens? S. C.
Cotton Meeting at Friendship.
There will bo a meeting of farmero
of Youngs No. 2 at Friendship school
house February 17th, at 2 o'clock in
the afternoon for the purposo of dis
cussing decrease in cotton acreage.
\v. u. Henderson,
O. C. Cox,
In the earth are B?ttietimes heard be
fore a terrible earthquake, that warn
Of the coming peril. Nature's warnings
are kind. That dull pain or ache In
the back warns you the kidneys need
attention if you would escape those
dangerous maladies, dropsy, diabetes
or Bright's disease. Take Electric
Bitters at once and see backache fly
and all your best feelings return.
"My son received great benefit from
their use for kidney and bladder trou
bles," writes Peter Rondy, South Rock
wood, Mich.. "It is certainly a great
kidney medicine." Try It. 60 cents
at l.aurens Drug Co. and Palmetto
Cotton Meeting ait Owlngs,
There will bo a meeting of the. farm
ers of Dials No. r> at O. C O. I. at 3
p. m. February 10th, for the purposo
of discussing decrease in cotton ncre
ago. Both landowners and renters are
urged to be present.
R. L. Gray,
W. R. Cheek.
C. B. Owlngs.
SkoTganrd Concert Party.
Single tickets to the Skovgaard Con
cert Party, March 8th, may be secured
for f>0 cents each any tlmo before
March 1st, after which time the regu
lar prlco of 75 cents will bold good.
Apply to any member of tho commit
Supt. B. L. Jones,
Mrs. H. K. Aiken,
Mrs. J. H. Teague,
Mrs. J. S. Bennett.
Among the young women who will make their dobuts In Washington next 1
winter Is Mlsa R. Hitchcock, daughter of Senator Gilbert M. Hitchcock of Ne
brabka. Judging by her popularity In her home city, Omaha, she will be a
welcome addition to social circles in the national capital.
A Good j[ ]
Kor the New Year will be one
to get the "correct" glasses your
eyes need. Replace those harm
ful badly-fitted ones you're now
EX PERT OPTOM KTRY
At your service here?the skill
and exactness that the fitting of
your eyes demands, at reasonable
expense. Get an examination!
O ^h. 1Q> *jL- ^ > I X - z
Bonn tho S> H? ?0^6 Mv '
Cupid's Searchlight Lights The Way To This
Store?The Homefitters Buying Headquarters!
The store where things you want are waiting for you?just the things to make your home the
coziest home in Laurens. Prices the sort to please and meet your demands. Cupid's Searchlight Reveals
Your Home at S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Company.
Beautiful Library Table quarter Sawed Oak
or Mahogany, Piano Polished.
Handsome quarter Sawed Oak Buffet Regular
Sixty Dollar Value.
Laurens, South Carolina