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Dr. W. H. Dial and Mr. Moore Dial
spent yesterday la Greenville.
Miss Carrol Herndon of Greenville
is visiting Miss Mary Sullivan.
Miss Eva Goggans of Newberry is
the guest of Miss Wessie Leo Dial.
Mrs. Clifton Jones and daughter
Nell, are visiting in Greenville.
Miss Janle Garlington of Columbia,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. A. Clark.
Miss Lula Werts of ' Newberry is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mattle T. 0\v
Mr. Larry Dillard of Clinton, was
a visitor in the city for a few days
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Washington and
family have gone to Virginia to viist
Mr. and Mrs. T. Lane Monroe are
spending some time with relatives In
Mr. Ray Simpson, of Spartanburg,
is spending his vacation with his
Mrs. C. W. Tune left Saturday for
Cartersvllle. Ga., to visit her mother,
Mr. W. H. Holder, of Anderson, has
been spending a few days in the city
Mrs. W. W. Bryson and little son,
Fred were among the visitors In Lau
Miss Dorcas Calmes, who has been
visiting In Charlotte and Gaffney, has
Dr. W. H. Irby and Mr. T. H. McGee
were among those who went to New
York last' week.
Judge R. C. Watts has returned home
after spending a couple of weeks at
Hot Springs, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wllkes have re
turned home after spending a short
time in Hendersonville.
Mr. I. C. Coleman, who Is now liv
ing in Charlotte, is spending a few
days here with relatives.
Miss Rebecca Clark was among
those who went to New York and other
northern cities last week.
Mrs. W. C. Irby.Jr.. has returned
from Jacksonville, Ala., where she
has been visiting her parents.
Mr. George Pitts has returned home
after spending a few days' vacation
in Edgefteld and other points.
Misses Annie Campbell and Laura
Vance are the guests of Miss Nellie
Poole on North Harper street.
Mrs. Ella Walsh and Mrs. W. A.
Walker, of Augusta, Ga., are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wallace.
Mr. R. W. Willis has returned from
Hot Springs, N. C. where he has been
spending a two weeks vacation.
Mr. Marvin Franks, of Charleston,
is in the city visiting relatives and
shaking hands with his friends.
Mr. John Brooks has returned to
the city after spending several weeks
on a vacation in the mountains.
Master Laurens Crews has returned
home after a plensent stay 'of a few
days with his friends In Newberry.
Mr. J. T. Taylor, who has been In
New York In the Interest of Davis
Roper Company, has returned home.
Messrs. Clyde Franks and Ossle An
derson were among ?hose who went to
New York and Washington last week.
Miss Majorie Gelder has returned
home after spending several weeks
In Ninety Six as the guest of friends.
Miss Mae Lock wood, of Shell man,
Ga., who has been visiting relatives
here, will leave today for New York
Mrs. Irvin Coleman of Greenwood, Is
spending a while at Seven Oaks, the
country home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Miss Olivia Riddle and Miss
Olynthla Rhodes spent Saturday In
Clinton with their cousin Miss Electra
Mrs. T. D. Darlington and children
haxe returned from Sulllvans Island,
where they have been spending the
Mr. D. A. Davis is in New York
buying goods for Davis Roper Com
pany and getting his line of samples
Miss Mae Cogburn, who has been
attending a reunion of the Cogburn
family at Norway, is expected home
The Rev. R. Z. Nabors. of the Ep
worth Orphanage, Columbia, S. C, vis
ited his cousin, Mr. Alex N. Rramlett,
Mr. J. M. Ramsey, of Spartanburg,
. has been visiting in the city for sev
eral days, having come down in his
Mrs. Jas. G. Clary and daughter,
Pearle, left Friday for a week or ten
day's stay at Saluda, Hendersonville
Misses Elizabeth and Virginia Simp
son /who have been spending the sum
mer at Porter Springs, Ga., have re
Misses Amelia and Lllla Todd have
returned home after spending several
days in Newberry as the guests of Mrs.
Miss Eva Royd. who has\ been the
guest of Miss Sarah Hendorson for
a few days, returned to her borne in
Miss Eva Triable of Anderson and
Miss IiOls Anderson of Woodruff, are
the guests of the Misses Franks on
South Harper street.
Miss Beta Meredith has returned to
her duties at the post office after
spending a pleasant vacation In Gray
Court and Newberry.
Mr. J. H. Parks and family, former
residents of Laurens, now living in
Abbeville, have*been spending the past
week here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Thames and Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Moore, all of Charles
ton, are the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
H. K. Alken for a few days.
Miss Margaret H?cker of Charlotte,
N. C, and Miss Eleanor Lewis of New
Brunswick. N. J., are the guests this
week of Mrs. Hunter McColl.
Miss Janie Bryson, of Atlanta. Miss
Sallie May Lockwood. of Shellman,.
da. and Mr. Ben Berrie, of Green
vllle, are visiting Miss Minnie Wal
Miss Mayme Hudgens, of Carters
ville, Georgia, visited her cousin, Miss
Nannie Franks, at the home of Mrs.
Alex Bramlett, on Church street, last
Mr. John W. Barrett, cashier of the
Pascalgula, Miss. National Bank is
here spending a short while with his
uncles, Maj. W. A. Watts and Judge
R. C. Watts.
Messrs. B. L. Clardy and Luther
Wasson are going on a rampage to
Johnson City Thursday, taking advan
tage of the cheap rates by the C. &
W. C. railroad.
The many friends of Mrs. W. R.
Richey, Jr. will be glad to know that
she has completely recovered and is
now at home after several weeks
spent at the hospital.
Mr. R. W. Nash, formerly superin
tendent of education of this county
and now a resident of Greenville, has
been in the county for a number of
days visiting relatives.
Mrs. F. P. McGowan and daughters,
Misses Charlotte and Rosa McGowan
are spending a while at the "Killar
ney" on Hyraan heights.?Henderson
ville Daily Herald. August 12th.
Dr. H. K. Alken has returned from
days vacation. He is spending a few
days vatcatlon. He Is spending a few
days resting up at home before re
turning to his duties at the Bank of
Mr. Ernest Machen returned home
Thursday after a pleasant visit to
friends and relatives in Honea Path
and Princeton. Mr. Machen Moore,
of Honea Path, returned witli him and
will be his guest for some days.
Rev. and Mrs. Brownleo and Misses
Bessie and Virginia and Master James,
after visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Todd,
have gone to Due West and Anderson !
to spend several weeks before return
ing to their home In Albany, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wilkes, of Lau
rens are stopping at the Blue Ridge
hotel today. Mr. Wilkes has purchased
a lot at South Carolina club and will
probably build a bungalow before the
next season.?Hendersonville Dally
Herald, August 12th.
Indlun Killed on Track.
Near Rochelle, 111., an Indian went
to sleep on a railroad track and was
killed by the fast express. He paid
for his carelessness with his life. Of
ten its that way when people neglect
coughs and colds. Don't risk your
life when prompt use of Dr. King's
New Discovery will cure them and so
prevent a dangerous throat or lung
trouble. "It completely cured me, in
a short time, of a terrible cough that
followed a severe attack of grip."
writes J. R. Watts, Floydada, Tex.,
"and I regained 15 pounds In weight
that I had lost." Quick, safe, reliable
and guaranteed. 50c and $1.00 trial bot
tle free at Laurens Drug Co. and Pal
metto Drug Co.
We are showing unusual values in
solid oak beds and dressers.
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
"Yes." said Farmer Corntossel, "1
read every one of those speeches you
printed In the Record."
"Did they benefit you?"
"Yes, sir. I won the two dollars Zeb
Perkins bet that it .do t be done."
I SOCIAL AN? PERSONAL. |
' Miss Julia Connor entertained Wed
nesday evening in honor of her attrac
tive guests. Misses Adelle Whatley, of
Alexander City, Alabama, and Susie
Gray of Laurens, S. C. Rustic seats
were arranged on the lawn and piazza
and the drawing rooms were prettily
decorated in ferns and llowers. As
the guests arrived they were served to
punch from a cozy corner on the wide
veranda, by Mrs. .1. I. Coleman. Pro
gressive conversation and music were
features of the evening. A delicious
Ice course was served.?Greenwood
Flying Men Fall
victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles just like other people, with
like results in loss of appetite, back
ache, nervousness, headache, and tired,
listless, run-down feeling. Rut there's
no need to feel like that as T. D. Pee
bles, Henry, Tenn., proved. "Six bot
tles of Electric Ritters," he writes,
"did more to give me new strength and
good appetite than all other stomach
remedies I used." So they help every
body. It's folly to suffer when this
grent remedy will help you from the
lirst dose. Try It. Only 50 cents at
Laurens Drug Co., and Palmetto Drug
* Princeton Locals.
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Princeton, Aug. 20.?Miss Grace
Charles of Piedmont, Is the guest of
Mis*-- Kiddlu Arnold.
Mis* E'nimn ?nd Prof G. 15 Wclborn,
of Plckens. are visiting friends in
Mr. James McCuen and family of
Pelzer are che guests of relatives here.
Miss Estelle Taylor has returned
from a delightful visit to friends near
Mrs. J. B. Hltt and daughter, Helen,
are visiting relatives In Abbeville
Solicitor and Mrs. Cooper of Lau
rens have been the guests of relatives
Mr. I. A. Monroe, of Honea Path Is
visiting relatives here.
Dr. J. B. Brltt made a flying trip to
Augusta, Ga., Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J, H. McCuen of Bel tor
spent Sunday with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Rob. West of Piedmont
are visiting relatives here.
The many friends of little Miss Ruth
Arnold are glad to welcome her hack
into their midst, after having been
so seriously ill in Atlanta.
Miss Marion Riley has returned to
her home in Denmark, after a delight
ful visit to Miss Olive Knight.
Miss Emmie Warnlck of Helton, is
the guest of Miss Bessie Gaines.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cork of Rock
Hill visited friends here recently.
Dodson's Liver Tone Gets a Four
Square Guarantee from Laurens
When an article is sold a druggist
who Is willing to give It his personal
guarantee, It's a mighty strong proof
of real merit.
That's exactly the ease with Dod
son's Liver Tone. It Is a pleasant
tasting, vegetable remedy for a slow
and sluggish liver. Since Dodson's
Liver Tone came on the market the
sale of calomel has gone 'way down.
The reason is simply this: Dodson's
Liver Tone Is safe and harmless and
guaranteed to be satisfactory?Calomel
is often uncertain, sometimes danger
ous, and no druggist wants to guar
antee that. It won't knock you out of
dav's work and maybe send you to
The Laurens Drug Co. sells Dodson's
Liver Tone and guarantees it. For
you and for your children, it's a good
thing to keep a bottle always in lite
The Laurens Drug Co. will give you
your money back if you think Dod
son's Liver Tone is not worth the
price. "Keep your liver working and
your liver will not keep you from
working." Is good advice to go by.
The Laurens Drug Co. ?
N. B. DIAL ISSUES A STATEMENT
TO THE LAURENS COUNTY DEMOCRATS
To the Democratic Voters or I^aurcns
I am glad to state that I have con
ducted my campaign for the United
States Senate upon the highest pos
sible plane. The election is drawing
near and I write to inform our friends
that I have met with Increasing en
couragement each day. Tbe people
of the state have ' been exceedingly
kind, courteous and' attentive not a
single disagreeable Incident has marr
ed our meetings. I' was born, and
raised in this county and my parents
on both sides have been here for five
generatioaa. I have speat all my life
here and have worked hard to build up
the interests of the town, county and
state. Most everyone knows what I
have done. I have used my best efforts
to create something, add to the taxable
value and give employment to labor
ers. I am running for the office be
cause I want to be elected and I de
sire to be elected because I believe
and know that I can be of great ben
efit to the South. South Carolina in
particular. Sen. Tlllraan admits that
he is physically unable to attend to
the duties of the office. He has been
able and the state has been kind to
him. I an/ not asking him to resign,
or munnyig against his term of office,
but am asking the people to elect me
to succeed him. Rdgeneld county has
held this honor for 30 year?. I can
see no good reason why I should not
receive practically the unanimous vote
of the county and I assure each and
every voter that I will appreciate what
he may do in my behalf.
N. B. DIAL.
Laurens, S. C. Aug. 20, 1912.
LET US FURNISH YOUR HOME
i WITH =====
We are Factory Agentsand 5ell Mantlesat the Factory Prices.
Complete Line Samples Stock. We carry all Finishes
and Our Prices Range from $3.25 up.
This is one of j the many pretty designs we are showing,
its in solid Oak. with three and one-half inch quartered oak
colums. If you are building or remodling your home it will
pay you to look over our line.
S.M.&E.H.WILKES & CO.
Laurens, South Carolina
PINK GBO VF..
Pine Grove, Auk 19, The crops are
needing rain bad in this neighbor
hood, Everything is almost burned up
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bramlett, from
near Ware Shoals, spent part of last
week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Lillle Martin, from near Mt.
Gallagher, spent last week with Miss
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Craddock spent
last Wednesday with their daughter,
Mrs. John Knight.
Miss Mae Bramlett spent last Wed
nesday with her sister, Mrs. Oscar
Medlock, near Trinity Ridge.
Mrs. Mary Allison, and her nclce,
Miss Ora Powers, of near Maddens,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Trayn
ham and family lasl week.
Mr. Sain Thompson, from near Ce
dar Grove church, spent last Tuesday
night with Mr. A. I.. Nash.
Miss Jlmmle Steward, of Fountain
Inn, has been elected teacher at this
Dr. George Knight and family have
moved to Laurens.
Miss Ethel Wlnn, of Laurens, spent
part of last week with Miss Plumer
Mr. and Mrs. Karr Knight spent
Thursday with their parents Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Knight.
Mr. Lee Burns of Laurens spent
Tuesday at Mr. Austin Bramlett's.
Miss Maggie Garlington, of Colum
bia, is visiting Mrs. Booth Knight, this ,
Miss Carrie Chapman, of Fountain
Inn, and Mr. Mackie Jones and family
of Gray Court, spent Sunday with Mr. j
and Mrs. A. L. .Nash.
Mr. Rhett Ried, of Laurens. spent
Sunday afternoon with his brother,
Mr. W. L. Ried.
Miss Rebecca Bagwell, Mr. and Mrs.
Bagwell, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bail and
Miss lyody C. Cannon, of Gray Court,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mlase;} IJu. Laura and Carrie Burns
and Minn Lillie Owings of Barksdale
spent S in day af'eii-Don with Misses
Llls and Mae R'amtAtt.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thar\ our many friends
for their untiring assistance and sin
cere sympathv during the long Mlness
and recent death of our dear father.
Mrs. Mary Brownlee and Children.
6 Cakes Palmolive Soap at 15 cts .75
1 Jar Palmolive Cream at 50 cts .50
ALL FOR 60cts
This offer is good for a short time only as we
were allowed to buy only a small quantity on this
LAURENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
Tylorsvllle, Aug. 19. Rev. J. C. Da
vis flHod Iiis regular appointment at
Sandy Springs Sunday morning.
Misses Annie Mae and COITIg Melle
Donnan have returned homo after an
extended visit to relatives in Green
Miss Inez Myers *? n<I brother Hugh,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Mattlc (Mark
Miss Grace Poolo has returned home
after spending a while with relatives
Mrs. S. P, Rlakeley and charming
daughter, Miss Annie Helle of Spar
tanburg, visited friends and relatives
In this section last week.
Mr. Miles Clark of Clinton spent
Sunday with homefolks.
Mrs. .1. W. Rlakeley of Greenville
and Mr. I>owrle Wilson of Clinton are
visiting Mr. Hluford Rlakeley.
Miss Mattle Helle Peterson and
brother, William, attended a Children's
Day at Rramlette Sunday.
The protracted meeting 1? going on
at Sandy Springs now. Glad to see
so many people attending service and
hope they will continue to come.
If Con'xey':-. Chicken Pox or Sore
Head Remedy don't give satisfaction,
yout money cheerfully refunded at
Palmetto Drug Company.
Rings That Look Like
Twice Our Price
Men, women and children love
Q C King? at sight, because
they're so beautiful. No other line
affords such wonderful values. So
strong thnt the makers guarantee to
replace lest stones (except diamonds).
Look for Q. C. stamp inside each
ring. You have over 2000
_^ choice patterns to select
from. $ 2 and up.
..Jk-ST-r^ Call and get
Lauren*, 8. ('.
When In I*iurens be sure to c?tll
and look through our store, we have
Just completed the work of remodeling
and are now receiving our fall stock,
we are anxious for you to com? and
let us show you the largest and best
and the cheapest stock of house fur
nishing goods to bo found in the state,
shown in the most handsome store In
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.