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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
, Mr. Bee P. Bailey was la the city
Mr. Ben Hdlatns was In the city a
lew days since.
Mr. A. R. Thome, of Ekom, was in
the city Tuesday.
Mr. Jona Smith of Mt. Olive was in
the city Thursday.
Mr. Maxie Jones, of Gray Court, was
in the City Monday.
Mr. Wm. Anderson, of Waterloo, was
in the city Monday.
Mr. it. O. Halrston was in the city
on business Monday.
Mr. W. G. Wilson has'returned from
the northern markets.
Mr. Guss Holmes of Lisbon was in
the city last Thursday.
Mr. Charley Brooks spent the week
end at Hendersonville.
Mr. Bryson of Mountvllle, was shop
ping in the city Friday.
Mr. Win. I?. Harris, of Young's store,
was in the city Friday.
Miss Posey Adair of Clinton, is vis
iting Miss Mary Sullivan.
V Miss Janie Hunter of Ora, is visit
ing in the city this week.
Mr. Zack Tinsloy of Laurens Route
5, was in the city Monday .
Mr. J. W. Todd came down from
Montreat to spend Sunday.
Mi-. Pet 0. Smith, of Laurens Honte
6, was in the City Tuesday.
Mr. Win. S. Holt, of the Hickory Tav
ern, was in the city Monday.
Mr. Charley Wolffe, of Slliloll, was
visiting in the city last week.
Mr. G. Pope Irby of Laurens Route
3, came up to the city Friday.
Mr. J. X. Leak of Gray Court, was in
tlie city on business Thursday.
Mr. Milt Latlmcr of old Quaker com
munity, was in the city Friday.
Mr. John O'llell of the Mt. Olive sec
tion was ir. the city last week.
Mr. Charley Saxon, of Rabun, was
in the city one day last week.
Mr. Jack Tumblin of Barksdale was
trading in the city last week.
Mr. Pen Coley of the Fkom com
munity, was in the city Friday.
Mr. James Moore and a friend spent
Thursday out Sandy Springs way.
Mr. F. ('. Smith, of Mountvllle, was
in the city on business Monday.
Mr. Gullen L. Pitts, of Tumbling
Shoals, visited the city last week,
Mr. Pill Terry was circulating among]
old friends in the city last week.
4 Mr. Milton B. McCuen, of Princeton,
was visiting in the city Thursday.
Mr. H. P. Burdette of the Lanford
' section was in the city yesterday.
Mr. J. II. Jones of Ware Shoals Route
1. was trading in the city Monday.
Mr. Haskell Colcman of the Parks
dale section was in the city Friday.
Mr. A. B. Cleveland, of Tylersville,
was in the city Monday on business.
Mr. L. G. Tucker from Gray Court,
was in the city last week on business.
Mr. Milam Hellams, of Friendship,
came to the city in his car Thursday.
Mr. Glenn Fuller, of the Trinity
Ridge district, was in the city Monday.
Mr. Dock Traynham of the Friend
ship section was in the city Monday.
Miss Lucy Childress has returned
after a visit to relatives at Knights.
Mr. Eugene Wason, of Friendship,
was in the city yesterday on business.
Miss Irene Adair of Clinton is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Copelaild.
Miss Helen Sullivan is visiting
friends in Greenville and Greenwood
Mr. Lee Spoon of Kenno, S. C, was
seen on the streets of our city Tues
Mr. Carlisle Holt of Goodgioil'S Fac
tory was circulating in the city Tues
Mr. It. Wash Taylor, of the Pea
Ridge section was in the city Thurs
Mr. Robt. M. Wasson. of Charlton
yllall, was in the city on business Mon
Mr. Wm. B. Motte, supt. of the coun
ty home, was in the city a few days
Mr. .1. 10. Tollison of near Quaker,
?was in the city last week in a business
Mr. and Mrs. Dickert of Goldvlllo
are visiting at Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Mr. James D. Pitts, of Friendship,
had business in the city a lew days,
Mr. Win. P. Drown from Laurens
Route :*.. was a visitor to th" city last
Mr. Frank Tcmplcton, of the Holly
Grove section, was a caller in the city
Mr. Joseph Simmons of Ware Shoals.
"Route 1, was shopping in the city
Mr. Hnrloy Franks of Rarksdale
Community was a visitor in tue city
Miss Carrie Lou HlggiUS of Lanford
fc, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. V.
Mr. Wade Culbcrt80n of Cold Point,
?was among those that came to the city ,
Messrs. Jno. M. Haddoii and Lew
Haddon of Ronno wore visitors in town
/ last week.
* Mr. John Wells Todd lias returned]
home after spending a week in the]
Miss Nannie Hums has gone to
Easley. where she will visit friends
Mr. Qeo. W. Clardy of the Tylers
vllle section, was in the city on busi
Miss Willie May Chlldresa has re
turned home after a \isit to friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Pinckney Simpson of
Paris. Texas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
?lohn C. Boyd.
Mr. Walker Ca.. nine of the Habuns
was attending business affairs in the
city last week.
Miss Mary Johnson has returned
from a pleasant visit to relatives in
Mr. Murphy Mahaffey. of the vicinity
of Gray Court, was a visitor in the
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Halle and little
son have returned from Cnaka
Mr. S. Poole Holt, of the Burnt Fac
tory section was in the city on busi
Mr. Sam McCravy, of Lexington, is
visiting his brother. Mr. Goo. S. Mc
Cravy this week.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. .1. Pluss have re
turned home after a pleasant vacation
in the mountains.
Mr. II. Wesson, a young farmer
from the Friendship District, was in
the city Tuesday.
Miss Sarah Holt left Friday for llen
dersonville, N. ('., to visit her friend
Miss Hattlo Sullivan.
Mr. John Q. Brown, of the Little
River section, was in the city on bus
iness a few days ago.
Mr. Earl Wilson has returned to
Mont t eat after spending a few days
here with homcfolks.
Mr. John W. Madden, of Holly Grove,
was in the city Monday and reports
( fops line out his way.
Miss Marguerite Simpson left Mon
day for Union where she will visit
friends for some time.
Mr. George Hush of Hush, S. C. is
spending the week wit;-. Mr. Willie Sul
livan, at Tumbling Shoals.
Miss Annie Jamleson has returned to
her home In Helton after spending sev
eral days here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. \\ . A. Palmer, of Cokes
berry, have bt en visiting Dr. and Mrs.
B. F. POSO.V for several days.
Dr. and Mrs. II. K. Alken, Hugh and
Robert Alken have returned home af
ter a vacation in the mountains.
Mrs. C. W. Turn." returned home yes
terday after spending a week with
Mrs. John C, Davis near Clinton.
Mr. Pal Roper of tin- Hickory Tav
ern community, was circulating in the
city the first part of this week.
Dev. w. 10. Thayer is expected to ar
rive in the city today to remain with
friends until the first of next week.
The many friends of Mrs. Fannie
Bullock will be very sorry to learn
that she Is very sick at her home.
Mr. L. E. Burns spent several days
last week looking after business In
terests in Greenwood and Anderson.
Misses Roberta and Willie Dorroh
have gone to Gray Court to spend sev
eral days with friends and relatives.
Serg. Richard Moore, U. S. Army,
was here visiting relatives last week.
Serg. Moore is a native of Lanford.
Mr. Burloy Lnngston roturned Sat
urday from a sldllleo trip to Blstol,
Tenn.-Va., and reports the going line.
Miss Willie May Childless has re
turned home after a visit of several
weeks in Philadelphia and Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Rantin and chil
dren, of Clinton, spent the week-end
in the city with Mr. and Mrs. Ross D.
Dr. and Mrs. (',. C. Albright and chil
dren have returned to the c ity after a
pleasant visit of several weeks In
Prof, and Mrs. II. J. McC.ee of
Statesboro, Ga., are in Laurens visit
ing Mrs. McGee's sister Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Wells Clardy have re
turned home after a vacation trip in
the mountains of North Carolina and
Mr. James D. Black well of the Ra
bun Creeks, accompanied by his lit
tle son Richmond, was a visitor In
the city Tuesday.
Miss Lena Copelnnd of Ron no and
Miss I^ena Young of Whitmlro, have
returned homo after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. 10 .w. Copeland.
Miss Bet Jones, of Fountain Inn.
has returned home after a visit of sev
eral weeks with Misses Annie Helle
and Bessie Childless.
Mr. R. I). Boyd and family of the
Trinity-Ridge district spent the day
in the city Tuesday as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. II. Nash.
Misses Margaret and Lilly Miller,
of Laurens, are in the city on a short
visit to their sister. Mrs. 11. R. Mc
Mrs. James Powell and little son,
who have been visiting their mother,
Mrs. Rosa I. Caine, left Saturday for
their home In Wilmington, N. (\
Mrs. Ralph Terry and Master James
Terry have returned from Staunten.
V.l., Whore they were the guests of
her sister. Mrs. Glenn Ruckman.
Mr. Theodor. CreWS, who is now
making Iiis home in Atlanta, where he
is in the drug business. Is spending
Iiis vacation here with hoinefolks.
Mr. W. Bennett Heeks, of Wilming
ton, who has been visiting Iiis father
near Ware Shoals for several weeks,
was a visitor In the city Wednesday.
Messrs. John Watts. Charles Flem
ing. Moore Dial and Fowler Childless
have returned home after a two
weeks* camping trip to the mountains.
Miss Francis Smith and Mr. AlsloI
Fuller, of Moutltville, visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. 11. B. Humbert
Monday and did shopping in the city.
Miss ltessie Crews has returned
from Newberry where she has been
the guest of Miss Havird. She is now
in Greenville visiting her sister. Mrs.'
Mrs. w. Solomon has returned to]
her home after several weeks "pert
inent at the hospital. Her many
friends will be glad to hear that she
is ?Moving rapidly.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Swit/.er. who were
married in Baltimore several weeks
ago. have returned to the city and are
now at homo at the family residence
on South Harper street.
Mr. L. K. Burns, representing the
local branch of the Bed Iron Hacket
store, will leave the latter part of this,
week for Baltimore and New York
where he goes to purchase Iiis fall
SUpply Of goods.
Capt. J. w. Copeland, of Clinton,
and Ills son-in-law, Mr. J, 10. Sloop,
of Stntosville, N. C, were in the city
yesterday. Capt, Copeland introduced
Mr. Sloop to the county olllcors and
"bowed hlui over the new court house,
which he greatly admired.
Mr. Austin Brnmlett, who lives be
tween Laurens and Bnrksdale station,
was in the city Thursday and left in
The Advertiser olllcc an ear of corn
raised last year. Mr. Brnmlett states:
that lie always raises enough corn for
himself and has enough left over to
sell Iiis friends. He sold a wagon load
while here Thursday.
IXTKRESTING I TESTS
PROM OVEH THE COl'XTY
(Continued from Page One.)
enough for home consumption and to
spare his neighbor too, in a case of
emergency. Large acres of oats will be
put in this tail or at least that is
tlii" sentiment of the farmers at pres
ent. It is to be hoped that they will
not (hange from that determination.
Mr. .les.^e Wolf, who lias been on a
12 days furlough to hoinefolks and
otlier relatives here, left the other day
to report on duty at tile Medlock Pro.
Drug Co., of Atlanta.
Mr. D. A. Watkins. Master Sloan, lit
tle Margie, little Marie Abercrouibie
and little Flora Hell Hendrlx, visited
at Mr. William Abercroinbie and oth
er relatives, in Pelzor anil Willlnm
ston Friday and Saturday, returning
Miss Bessie Hi ow n of Laurens will
be the principal of Shiloh school for
the next session of 1913-1-1. Miss Mary
McKcc of Donalds will tie assistant.
Miss Marie Simpson of Shlloll will
look after the little tots.
The east side of North Habllll creek
at Goodgions Shoals, was the scene of
a box supper Saturday p. in., given by
the Indies of Shiloh. The proceeds
go for the benefit of the parsonage at
Cray Court. We haven't learned what
amount was collected.
Mr. W. L. CllCStlllC has gone into
the mercantile business with new store
and new goods.
Mr. Will Simmon's had a mule bit
ten by a snake the other day. Our
veterinarian, Mr. J. T. Dagnoll, is
treating the case.
Rev. Mr. Morris of Donalds, who is
the pastor of a new Baptist church that
has been erected this year near Hen
dcrsonville school house Is conducting
a series of revival services. The meet
ing has been In progress for a week.
The church lias been tilled day and
night to its capacity and it is learn
ed that much good is being accomplish
Once a white preacher, after con
ducting services in a colored church
asked an old deacon to lead the con
gregation in prayer. The brother in
black offered a very fervent appeal
for the white brother and said. "O,
Lord, give him do eye of de eagle dat
he may spy out sin afar off. Put his
hand to the gospel plow. Tie his ton
gue to de line of truth. Nail his ear
to the gospel pole. How his head dow n
t .vixt his knees in some lonesome dark
and narrow valley where prayer is
much wauled to be made. Noinl him
wid de kerosene ile of Salvation and
den sot him on (ire anil let him go.
Will open Ginnery.
1 have erected a lirst-class Mlinger
System Ginnery on th/ old Roller Mill
site. It will be operated by electricity
and will be open Uf the public at the
beginning of the sdaSOIl. The first live
bales will be ginned free.
S. G. McDANIBL.
, Lauren , S. C.
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
he Old Standard general strengthening tonic.
'.ROVK'S TASTKI.KSS chill TONIC, drives out
lalaria and builrtfl Up fie system. A trne lorllc
mil sure Appetizer. ::oroduUsaudehlldren, roc
? LAS FORD SETTS. ?
Lanfo.d. Aug. 25.?After several
weeks of rest the farmers are busy
pulling fodder. The rains for the
last few days have helped the corn
and cotton considerably as well as
the late gardens.
Mr. Richard Moore is on a visit to
bis father. Mr. Moore is one of Undo
Sam's boys, stationed at Fort Castle.
A camping party, consisting of
Misses Marie and Ruth Patterson,
Misses Orn Mel. and .taute Hunter,
Messrs ttaxter and Royd Dcshlelds,
Hen Hunter. John Patterson and vary
Holt, with Mrs. l.ou Hunter. Mis. .1.
M. Dcshlelds and Mr. .1. lt. Willi.- as
chaperoncs, are spending several days
at Van Patton's Shoals.
Miss Luclle Camp and brother.
Chas. of Spartanbttrg, Miss Velva
Turner and brother, Hilton, of Holl
ing Springs. Mr. Rhett, of Hufort.
Misses Minnie and Florrlo Lanford. all
spent a pleasant day with Miss .veil
Welborn. in the afternoon they all
enjoyed a ear ride.
Mrs. Lena and Miss Molllc Moore
arc visiting in Clifton and Spartan
burg this weck.
Miss Othella Johnson is spending
the week at Ware Shoals with Mrs.
Aunual Meetiug Will He Held Sutur>
daji September titli.
The l.aureus County Survivors' As
BOOfUtiOU will hold its aunual meeting
at 1.aureus on Saturday. Sept. <">. The
Object of these annual meetings are
for a reunion of the few remaining
survivors, here and there In our coun
ty, who helped to inr.ke up those;
splendid companies of men and boys'
that served in the Confederate Army
during the 60's, and for the promotion
of those things that tend to the pre-!
scrvattou of the social memories of the
struggle for Southern Independence.
Prominent gentlemen have promised
to address the meeting.
W. P. Coker.
w. a MoClintock,
o. (i. Thompson,
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People's Bank Building^
Laurens, S. C.
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