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Mrs. W. W. Jones returned from
Newborry last week.
Mr. Alison Lockwood, of Clinton,
was In the city yesterday on business.
Mr. A. K. Hughes, of the Mt. Bethel
section, was In the city on business
Miss Bessie Roland has gone to
Cheraw, where she will visit her sis
ter, Mrs. McLeod.
Miss Willie Dorroh, who is teaching
at the New Harmony school, spent
the week-end at home.
Miss Lallah May Dial went to Green
wood yesterday to attend a dance giv
en in that city last night.
Misses Ruth and Ethel Langston
left Monday for Clinton where they
will visit relatives for a few days.
Mrs. H. W. Cosby, Mrs. Dabney Cos
by and MIsh Grace Cocko of Virginia
aro the guests of Mrs. R. E. Hughes.
Mrs. J. Y. Wallace, who has been
spending some time In Augusta with
her husband, has returned to the city.
Miss Lutle Young, who teaches the
Copeland school, came Into the city
Monday evening to see "Paid In Full".
Messrs. 1). A. Davis and W. H. An
derson will leave today for the uortb
ern markets, where they will purchase
spring goods for D&vls-Roper Co.
Mrs. W. R. Richey. Jr., and little
Sarah Richey, have returned home af
ter a pleasant visit in Jacksonville,
Messrs. Charles and Henry Winn, of
Clinton, spent Sunday in the city as
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Mrs. J. C. Smith, of Waterloo, and
her sister, Mrs. Babb, of the ltabun
section, were In the city shopping
Mrs. L. P. McGce returned home
yesterday. evening, after having been
treated for several weeks at a Colum
Mr. G. Pope Irby, who has been !n
ihe city for a few days, returned yes
terday to the I'niversity of North
Carolina to resume his studies.
Miss Mary Sullivan has gone to
Greenwood to visit her sister, Mrs.
Maxcy McLees and to attend the dance
which was to take place last night.
Miss Sarah Fuller, of the Beaver
Dam section, was among those who
came to the city Monday night to wit
ness the presentation of "Paid in Full"
Mr. Tom Switzer expects to leave
Friday for the north to purchase a
spring stock of dry goods for Switzer
Mr. Richard Ha/.lo and Mr. Jimmic
Hazlo from near Mountvllle, and Mr.
W. Ii. Ha/.lo of Laurens R. F. D. were
among the vsltors in the city Satur
Rev. J. K. McCain, of Gray Court,
was in the city Sunday and preached
an Interesting and forceful sermon at
the Methodist church at the morning
Messrs. Gary Culbertson, Fred
PearCO and Bernard Henderson, of
Waterloo, were In the city Monday
night to witness the presentation of
"Paid in Pull."
Mrs. C. M. Gibbon and Mrs. Mary
Johnson, who have been living in
Asheville, have moved to the city and
aro occupying the brick house next to
the Episcopal church.
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Barre have
been in Ninety Six for a few days,
Whore they went to attend the funeral
services over the body of a young
child of Mrs. Lipcomb, a relative.
The many friends of Leonard Bolt,
of the Mt. Gallegher section, who
went to the Columbia hospital a week
ago for an operation for appendicitis
will be glad to know that he Is getting
Tho many frlonds in every section
of the coun?y will regret to hear of the
erltionl illness of Mr. D. Casper Smith
at his home In Waterloo. He has tieen
very 111 for severnl weeks and his phy
sicians are very anxious as to his con
Mr. Gary A. Eichelberger, much to
tho regret of his many friends, has ac
cepted a position in Wlnston-Salem,
,N. C, and left for his new post of duty
Monday. Though his many friends
aro sorry to see him leave Laurens,
they aro glad to know that be has ac
cepted a very responsible position.
Dr. R. E. Hughes spent Monday in
?Columbia attending a mooting of the
program committee of the Trl-Stafe
Medical Association, which meets
there February 21 at and 22nd. Dr.
Hughes as secretary of tho associa
tion Is busy making final arrnnge
monts for tho meeting.
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J SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
Miss Lailuh Mno Dial delightfully
entertained the Forty Two club at her
home on West Main street Wednesday
afternoon. During the afternoon a
tempting salad course was served.
Those present wefrc Mrs. Douglas
Gruy, Mrs. James Dunklln. Mrs. Eliza
beth R. Hobbltt; Misses Rosalie Franks
Annie Rlctfoy, Josephine Fuller, Olyn
thla Jones, Kate Wright, Julia Gllker
son and Nell Miller.
Miss Lila Hart was hostess *.o tho
Social Club Saturday morning, when
a number of games of dominoes were
played. A delightful luncheon was
served during the morning. Miss
Hart was assisted in entertaining by
Misses May Delle Rarre and Fannie
Crelghton. Those enjoying the meet
ing of the club were Mesdames H. JC.
Alken, J. H. Teague, W. R. Richey,
Lamar Smith, Wm. T. Moore, J. N.
Hudgens. G. C. Albright, A. H. Su-iders.
W. H. Anderson, J. E. Clardy, Wr. I'..
Washington, Rrooks Swygert; Mlst.c-i
Willie Jones, Annie Gllkerson and K!
Laurens Girl Entertains.
Jouesboro, Tear.., Feb. f).?Miss Cor
rlne Putnam entertained with progres
sive heart dice at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Gelgler Saturday evening,
complimentary to Mrs. E. E. Putnam,
of Vlriglna Intcrmont college, Bristol,
Va. The guest of honor wore a gown
of cream embroidered chiffon over
messnline. The hostess was gowned
In lavender crepe de chine with pearl
trimmings. Mrs. (leTger assisted in
receiving and wore a handsome blue
messallne. Miss Sara Thomas won
the prize, a box of candy, which she
gracefully presented to the guest of
honor. The "booby prize," a bag of
assafoetlda enclosed in a beautiful sa
tin-lined box, was awarded to George
Thomas. After the games, Mrs. Put
nam, who is very talented in voice and
piano, rendered several selections
which were much enjoyed. The truest
list included Misses Grace and Sara
Thomas, Margaret Hoss, Nolle Mathes,
Phyllis Deaderlck, Carrie Smith, Mrs.
Putnam; Messrs. Fred Britton, George
G. Thomas. Paul Fink. Leon Smith,
Henry Anderson, Jno. D. Cox, Jno. R.
Andereon.? (Knoxvilio Sentinel).
THE CNLY CURE.
O'Brien?The doctor sez what I hov
Is "Insommy "
O'Toole?Oh; sure Ol've had thot
throble mesel' an' there's only wan
cure for it
O'Brien?What's cIk;: ? What d'ye
O'Toole lulu go to sleep an' for
git all about it
Citation for Letters of Administration.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
By 0, (!. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas P. II. 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 he and appear ho
ff e me, in the Co rt of Probate, to
be held at Laurens C. 1!., S. ('. on tho
21st day of February, 1912 next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock In
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said Administra
tion should not be granted.
(liven under my hand this f.th day of
February Anno Domini 1912.
O. G. Thompson,
Big Rebuilding Sale of J. C Burns
& Co. Is going on all through Febru
J. C. Burns & Co.
Jno. W. Feryason C. C. Feathers tone
W. ?. Knight
PCt?CSON? r*?ATMIK8TON? 4 KNR1HT
Attorneys at Law
U?SM, S, C.
Prompt and careful attentUn gives
to all busdsMaa.
Office Over PataaetU Bank.
Piles! MU$T Files!
William?' Indian F1I? OlnUnent will cur?
mind, Bleeding and Itching Film, It ab
sorbs the tumors, allsys Itching at one*,
arts a? a poultice, gives Instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile. Ointment Is pre
pitrt-il for r*t!rc and Itching of the privat?
parts. Drug-gists, mail 60c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFC. CO., Pro*? . Cleveland, Ohio
LACHEMS drug vO.
Laurens, S. C,
IN A QUANDARY.
Micky?I'd beat him. only golrls U
a'wayB sympathizing with tho und?*
Jimmy?Then let him lick you.
Notice Scheel Trustees.
To school trustees and teachers In
Laureno county In need of blackboards
We have a quantity of Hyloplate
black-boards 4 ft. wide In 5 and 6 ft.
lengths in a slightly damaged condi
tion which wo will sell at a sacrifice
It cost our school from $2.50 to $3.50
a piece. We will bcII it from 50 cents
to $1.00 a piece as long as It lasts.
Somo of It Is In as good condition
as that we are now using. It Is a
bargain to schools in need of black
boards and are contemplating buying.
D. Ii. Jones, Supt.,
Laurens, S. C.
A Great Relief.
He went to nee a dentist.
Tho picture of despair;
But cume back with u smiling fnce?
The dentist wasn't there.
Ladles and Gentlemen.
Now's your time to buy clothing,
hats, shoes, dry goods, dress goods
at the big Rebuilding Sale, Red Iron
Racket closing out goods at and be
low New York and Baltimore cost.
J. C. Ruins & Co.
Store and lot. Also nice new dwelling of
Jno. M. Moore. Store near Laurens Mill. Good
proposition?see us at once.
Splendid lot and Three Houses on Sullivan St.
opposite Mr. J. J. Pluss at a bargain.
Good House and lot on Martin Street.
Fine Farm known as Polly Franks place, four
miles above Laurens, near Greenville and Laurens
r?ad. 100 acres worth the money we can sell it
Home Trust Co.
N. B. DIAL, C. H. ROPER,
President. Sec. & Treas.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
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Laurens, South Carolina