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Mr. Arthur Riddle was here last
Mr. Tom Caldwell was in the city
Miss Ella Roland is visiting friends
in Aurora, 111. j
Mr. Jack H. Davis, of Clintor,, was
in the city Friday.
Mr. Maxie A. Jones, of Gray iburt, j
was here Monday.
Mr. Alvln Phillipps, of Boydj1
was here last week.
Mr. R. Judd Langston of Marens, |
was in the city Friday.
Mr. Jno. H. Lynch, of Cross Keys,
was in the city Saturday.
Mr. Lee Young, of ti e Ldsboh sec
tion, was here last week.
Mr. Andy I. Boyd and yoimt son
woro in the city Monday.
Mr. Stacy Medlock was among Ihose ]
seen in the city last week.
Mt. Will E. Pitts, of FrlerJkhip,
was in the city last week.
Mr. Wash Stegall, of Burnt! Fac
tory, was here last week. J
Mr. Wm. F. Bolt, of the RftbuW sec
tion, was here last week.
Mr. Billie Mahon, of Werna,i was
seen in the city last week.
Mr. Tom B. Chlldress, of Laurenft
Route 3, was here Saturday I
Mr. J. Pat Caldwell was among |
friends in the city Saturday.
Mr.' West Madden, of Laurens \. F.
D? was in the city Saturday. 1
Mr. Wade Pinson, of Madden ft. F.
D? was in the city last week.
Mr. Lang Brooks, of Gray Opurt, |
was a visitor here last week.
Mr. Robert Taylor, of Tumbling |
Shoals, was in the city Friday.
Mr. Charley Murphy of l^aurens R.
F. D., was in the city Saturday.
Mr. Wes8 Donnan and family w?,'re
in the city shopping Saturday.
Mr. Wm. P. Harris, of Youngs store, |
wps a visitor to the city Monday.
Mr. Richard O. Chlldress, of Parks
Station, was in the city Saturday.
Mr. Wm. P. Clardy, of Sandy
Springs, was in the city Monday,
Mt. Laurens Mahon, of Merna, was
circulating in the city last week.
Mr. Ernest Machen spent the wee t
end in Anderson and Honea Path..
Mr. J. Foster ?Cromer, of Clinto i, j
was a visitor in the city Saturday.
Mr. Tom Mahon, of Monroe Shoal >,
had business in the city last week.
Mr. James L. Milain, of Holly Grovs,
?had business in the city last week.
Mr. William Hunter, of Ora, w: s |
in the city on business last week.
Mr. J. Wade 'Culbertson, of Kkon.j
was trading In the city last Friday
Mr. Zeb Vance, of Hickory Tavern,|
was buying goods here last Friday.
Mr. Gid H. Finlcy, a farmer frefj
Maddens, was in the city last week.
Mr. Cleve Knight, of Peachlan/lj
Mr. John C. Stone, of Ijaurens
Route 4, was a visitor hero last weefc.
Mr. Carl Fuller, the truck farme}-,
was plying his#trade here last week,,
Mr. Betlon Owens, of the :Rabup
community was in the city last weok.
Mr. M. L. McDaniel, of the Friend
ship section, was in the city last week.
Mr. Daniel Senn, of Laurens Rout ;
2, was in the city trading last week.
Miss Jennie Phllpot, of Augusta,, i j
the guest 6f Capt. and Mrs. J. M- Phil
Mr Edmund Bolt, of the Gray Cour
section was In the city last week, trad
Mr. Jim M. Munday, of Waterloo R|
F. D., was a visitor to the city t'atur
Mrs. Knthorlue Wer.tine. of Dallas
Tex., is the gucts of Dr. and Mrs. W H
Mr. Jno. Henry Tumblin, of Hickory!
Tavern, was here on business lasj.
Mr. Frank Tumblin, of Hiekoi
Tavern, was transacting business las^
Mr. Tully Babb, of the Rabun sec
tion, was shopping in the city iaslj
Mr. Hugh Mahon, of the Rabunj
section, paid a visit to the city last!
Mr. Will Si. Bolt, of the Rabun sec-^
tlons, spent the day in tho city last
Mr. Gns Owlngs. from Owings Sta
tion, was a visitor to the city last
Mr. Jasper Traynham, of the Horte
Creek district, had business here last
Mr. Jno. H. Madden, of Maddens,
was among friends in the city last
Mr. Walter E. Caldwell, of the Trin
Ity-Rldge section, was in the city Sat
Mr. Clifton taldwcll. or tho Rabun
creek section, had business in the city
Mr. W. B. King, propiotor of The
King Hotel. h?.3 purchased a new au
Mr. A. R, Thonio, the "Mayor ol
iftkom < was in the city on bus noss
Saturday. , \
Mr. Root. McDaniel. of Daureisj
Route 4, Was In the city on bj'.sine?sj
Mr. Herbert Abercromble, i?f tht
Rabun neighborhood visited the city,
Mr. Robert Lauford. of Woodruff,
came down to the city on business
Dr. John Kearn, of Atlanta, is visit-1
Ing at the home of Capt. and -Mrs. J.
Misses Olivia and Alberta Riddle I
are visiting relatives and friends In j
Mr. Oswell Teaguc, of Mt. Pleasant |
section, was among the visitors in the"]
Mr. J. Frank Ramage, of LaUrens.1
R. F. D. No. 3, was in the city on bus-|
Miss Hattle Kate Ras'erby", who has
been visiting in Newberry has\ re
turned home. \
Mr. Jim D. Blackwell, of Rfeedy
river, was among his friends in', the
Mr. Robert Wasson, of Chamton]
Hail, was a business visitor toj
city last week.
Misses Kate and Bvle Shandsl
Clinton, are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. |
G. C. Albright.
Mr. Leonard Abercromble of
Hendersonvllle section, was In
city last week.
Mr Jno. W. Kellett, of the Hender
son district, was in the city on b^si-1
ness last week.
Mr. Mil am Heliums, of Sulllvins|
township, was here attending to bus
iness last week.
Mr. Calhoun McGowan spent seve^.? I
days In Greenville during the ea.
part of the week.
Mr. Sam O. Leake, one of Laure l
county's progressive farmers was lh|
the city Saturday.
Mr. Jimmie MUam will leave todlay I
for Raleigh, N. C, where he will ent/er!
a business college.
Mr. Jim Roper, of Sullivan's tow\
ship, was among those that came
the city last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Workman,
Clinton were among the visitors
the city last week.
Mr. Reuben T. Pitts, the noted fid
dler and old time cotillion caller, wj|s ]
in the city Saturday.
Mrs. Laura Burnsidc and Master Dtl
vld Burnslde. of Cross Hill, are visij
ing Mrs. C. L. Miller.
Miss Mary Jackson left yesterdaj
for Richmond, Va., where she wl
spend about a month.
Mr. Anderson Tumblin, of Hickory
Tavern section, was in the city las?|
weil; in a business way,
Mr. Charley Q. Holland, of the low-j
"or~Vo:i Ridge section, wi.s buying^
goods in the city Saturday
Mr. .1. Franzc Shockley, a youngi
Laurons county farmer, was In the]
city Saturday on business.
Miss Kthel Cromer, of Greenville,!
is In the city visiting Miss Kathrine|
?v.Ulyan and other friends.
Mr. ^Rraik Knight, of Henderson
vllle district, was attending to busi
ness in the city last week.
Mr. John Hicks after several monthsI
traveling In, the west, is in the city)
with his faitolly for some time,
v Mr. and fcrs. J. W. Matthews andl
little .daughter of Mountvllle were|
visitors' In iaurens yesterday.
Mr. Paul H*per, of the Hickory Tav
em neighborhood, was circulating
with the boya in the city last week.
Mr. Steve Clark, of the Tylersville. |
section, was In the city la3t week
with some line new crop sweet pota
Mrs. Ed. Hart, of Oklahoma City, is]
in the city to spend several decks |
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B.
Mrs. Addle Hill and her daughter,
Miss Jessie Hill, are visiting Mrs.
Hill's brother, W. W. Bullock, inj
Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Rankin aud]
children loft last week for Henderson
vllle where they will remain for bcv
Mrs. P. O. Bllser, of Newberry, is|
expected in a few days to visit Dr.
and Mrs. W. If. Irby and Mrs. T. D.
Miss Hester Rlchoy. has returned to
her home in Greenville after spending
several days bore with Mt. and Mrs.
W. R. Richey.
Mr. John H. Peterson, who Is now|
making his home In Darlington, hat
been In the city with relatives for the|
past fow days.
MIbb' Alma Hicks, of ' Greenville,j
stopped over In the city Saturday|
night with Mrs. E. Tt Babb on her
way to Verdery,
Misses Sarah and Roberta DorrohJ
left Saturda> morning for Saluda. N.
C, where they will enjoy a vacation
Mr. and Mrs. .1. J. I'luss und Mrs.
papers Heliums hav< ;ono to the
mountain; oV North Carolina to spend
about one month.
Mr. C. 11. Hobo left Wednesday fo'
Little Switzerland, N. C. i'oV a period,
of r<Ht, Mrs. Hobo joined] him the
first of this week.
Mr*. B. L. Clardy aud ehfldron and
Miss Bet!. Shell have gone ft Saluda,
N. C, to remain several weeks enjoy
ing the mountain air.
Miss Grace Poole spent Monday in
the city, standing the examination for
the scholarship at the Confederate
College in Charleston.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gray, of George
town, arrived last night to visit friends
and realtlvos. They came through
the country in their auto.
Mrs. G. W. Cunningham, of Mlddle
hury, Vt., is visiting Mrs. C. J. Hipp,
a few miles from the city, and other
relatives in the county.
Capt. T. J. Ducken and Mr. T. P.
Adair, of Clinton, were visitors in the
c'ty yesterday shaking hands with
their many friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold, of
Princeton, spent the latter part of
last week in the city as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Taylor.
Mr. W. C. P. Robertson, of I^aurens,
was the guest yesterday of Mr. Alex
Cagle at his home on Augusta Road.
?Saturday's Greenville News.
Miss Ruth Eastherby is the guest
of Miss Parnelle Abney, in Greenwood,
being a member of a house party
which Miss Abney is entertaining.
Misses Willie and Olynthia Jones
and little Miss Emmie Lou Washing
ton left last week for Montreat where
they will remain for severgal weeks.
Mr. John Wells Todd, Mr. B. L.
Olardy and Mr. Fleming Jones have
returned from Montreat, N. C, where
they went by automobile some time
Mr. Carlisle Smith, Miss Bessie
Smith and Misses Belle and Rosa Gel
stoy, of Columbia, are visiting their
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ellis, in
.Miss Lucile, Harvey and Miss Grace
Barksdalc have returned to their
home in Groenwool aftt-r spending
several days here with friend.-; and
Col. E. H. Aull editor of The New
berry Herald and News and Mr. .lno. K.
Aull, the governor'* secretary, passed
through Laurens Saturday eh route to
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. McPhatl and
family, driven by Mr. Frank Held in
Mr. McPhail's car, went to Belton, to
visit relatives Wednesday, returning
the same day.
Messrs. John and Ed Hicks, who
have been traveling in the west In
the Interest of a large publishing
house, are in the city with relatives
for a vacation.
Miss Martha Wolff, of Fklen. and
Miss Louise Workman, of Goldville,
arc in Laurens visiting Misses Nan
nie Kate Armstrong, Ruth Payne and
Mr. John Bolt, the Gray Court. S
C, merchant, was a visitor in Atlan
ta, last week buying a season's bill
from John Sllvcy & Co.?Sunday's
Misses Imogcno and Kathleen Wllkes
and their guest, Miss Nancy Jamieson
of Belton, went down to Clinton yes
terday afternoon to be present at a
party given by Miss Nancy Owens.
Dr. R. E. Hughes, little Miss Har
riet Hughes and Miss Caroline Roper
left last week for 'Columbia, Va?
where they will be the guests of Dr.
Hughe's father for about ten days.
Mrs. Mollie Spann and daughter,
Miss Lina Barre, of Leesville, and
Mrs. John Barre, of Ninety Six, spent
several days last week with Rev. and
Mrs. W. E. Barre, on I-Aurel street.
Misses Sarah and Roberta Dorroh
and Miss Blanch Shell left Monday for
Saluda, N. C. They were Joined in
Spartanburg by Miss Willie Dorroh
who has been visiting there for sev
Mrs. Albert Todd and children, who
h?vve been visiting Mr. and Mrs. M.
L- Roper for several weeks, were Join
ed by Mr. Todd here Friday and to
gether they went to Hendersonvlllo J
to remain several weeks.
IMlssep Imogene and Kathleen
Wjilkes, accompanied by Miss Nancy
Jamison whom they have been visit
Ink in Belton, returned home Monday.
Miss Jamieson will vsit them and
other friends here for some time.
Rev. J. L. Daniel and family, of Un
lon, are visiting at the home of Mr.
and, Mrs. J. R. Ellis. Rev. Mr. Daniel
occupied the pulpit at the First Meth
odist church Sainday morning, where
he preached a forceful sermon to a
large and appreciative congregation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Thompson, of
Ga&tbnla, N. C, passed through the
city and stopped over several hours
Fr'day to see old friends on their WftV
to Cokcsbury to spend a vacation. A
number of years ago Mr. Thompson
lived here, whore he is very pleasant
ly remembered, He is now a very
successful merchant in Gastonla, hav
ing n branch store at Yorkvllle, i:i
Sallow complexion is duo to a tor
pid ?ver. DR. M. A. SIMMON'S LIV
ER M BDI CINE purifies and strcngth
Ina lie liver, regulates the bowels,
' nr. the hyci/li jin drosfores tl o.
i . l l. Inn? of Jj/alth to the chocks.
HrlCfl, 2."? oents per package. Sold by
liturbus Drug Company, Laurens, S.
If You Use Our Springs and u.
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you would never be content without
A POSITIVE GUARANTEE ON EVERY MATTRESS.
By the use ot a epeflUl "Webbing Process/' used EXCLUSIVELY In all
Stearns A Foster Mattronses, the tiny Cotton fibres are woven and Inter
woven Into thin, gauzy sheets?delicate as the most priceless lace; 840 of
these gaury sheet* are required to make the NINE LAYERS of Cotton.
These "layers." when ready, Stand TWO AND A HALF FEET niQR.
They are then compressed to a thickness of FIVE 1NOHEH?making the
mattress soft, yet firm, so that, while it sustains the body COMFORTABLY
at every point of contact, It Is soft without yielding.
The "Laced Opening" shown here is on every Steams A Foster Mattress.
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icr Impure ma
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Come In and let us show you theso mattresses?INSIDE AND
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hnndsomest mattresses made. Hevernl styles to choose from;
prices the lowest consistent with quality.
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Mattresses at $2.50, $3.00, $4.00, $4.50, $5,90,
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"I tell my friends that the
good old Victor is the best I ever
slept on. It sustains me perfectly,
conforms to every curve of my body,
is noiseless and provides an independ
ent support for my wife, who weighs
only 120. She is better pleased than
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* Family Reunion.
The annual family reunion was cele
barted at Grandpa's and Granny's
(?Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Martin) house last
Saturday. Four generations were re
presented. Their children, six in
number, all brightly present. Three
were twenty-five grand-children and
seven great grand-children. Some of
those fail- (] to get there. With that
exception nothing happened to mar
tho pleasure of the day. At noon an
elegant picnic dinner was spread
and we did justice to It. As the day
was drawlnj' to a close and good-byes
were b<4ng sa'.il* all declared It was
the best Ith? v had ever enjoyed; may
God bless Granny and Grand-pa and
may they live to celebrate many more
such occasions is the wish of?
"Oi^e Who was There."
B. R. TODD
Engineering ami Contracting
Land SurvcjH a .Sjieefalty
- ncrete Wor!> Skillfully done or in.
Drawings and estimates of all Kind.
Telephone No. 346
Laufens, S. C.
Put Your Money
In a New Home
this year and make it earn
you happiness and content
ment. Can't get away from
the fact that the home is
the mainstay of this great
country of ours and never
will there be a time you can
buy the kind of lumber we
are selling fer less money.
Betters start planning eatl'y
so as to get the ground bro
ken before the frost is out.
We're ready any time to talk
about your lumber needs.
Come in. *
Between Greenville, Anderson an
Greenwood. ICffoo.tlvo Thursday, May
15th, 1913. Trains leave and arriv?
comer Main and VVa::' Ington Sts.
1.45 I?. M.
.'1.40 P. M.
5.00 1'. M.
7.05 P. M.
10.00 P. M.
3.05 P. M.
8.10 P. M.
9.20 P. M.
Tickets on sale G. S. & A. Terminal
104 North Main street.
C. S. Allen,
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pilo Ointment wiIV euro
mind, Bleeding und Itching Piles.
?ori>n the tumors, allays Itching n
n< ih ns a rfmilticq gives Instant
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pared t?"'?- r*lio? j^fxt itching <>f tho i>*
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