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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. ?
Mrs. N. C. Oliver has returned from
Mr. Joe McMillan of Renno was a
visitor here Saturday.
Mrs. I). A. Davis and children have
returned from the mountain.-.
Miss Lucia and Annie Simpson have
returned fron? HeudersonvUle.
Dr. W. H. Dial spent last Tuesday
Mr. W. H. Anderson lias returned
from his business trip to the north.
Judge John W. Fowler has returned
from Glenn Springs.
Mr. .1. 1. Chandler, of Milton, wa
in the city Monday on business.
Mr. Robert Medlock, of the Merna
section, was in the city Monday.
Mr. Dick Cathcart, of the Trinity
Ridge section, was In the city Monday.
Mr. Ludy Baldwin, of Hickory Tav
ern, was a visitor In the city Monday.
Mr. Jno. Pat Madden, of the Friend
ship section, was In the city Monday.
Mr. Pat W. Madden, of the Cold
Point regions, was in the city Monday.
Mr. Helton Owens, of Eden was a
visitor to the city Tuesday.
Mr. Tom P. Byrd, of Ora, was In the
city Tuesday in a business way.
.Mr. Wylie Smith, of the Mt. Olive
section, was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. Wade H. Pinson, of the Madden
community, was in the city Tuesday,
a pleasant visit to relatives in Orange
Mr. B. C. Simpson from neat Parks
dale, was here on business Saturday.
Mrs. Mary L Held, of Pauline, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Mr. Shell Swygert, who Is now lo
cated In Augusta is spending several
days here with homefolks.
Miss Jennie Shealy has returned
from Greenville where she spent sev
eral weeks visiting friends.
Mrs. Will Bowen and children of
Raleigh, X. C. are visiting Mrs. R. E
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Switzer and chll
dren of Woodruff spent a short whih
here last week with relatives.
Mr. D. A. Davis and Mr. T. J. Me Al
lster have returned from the northern
Mr. Hoy Simpson, now of Spartan
burg, spent several days bore last
week with homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hark have been
the guests of Mrs. David Childless for
Mrs. 'I'. I). Darlington has returned
home after spending a few weeks in;
Miss Sadie Sullivan left Saturday
for Cross Anchor, whore she will ?each
school during the coining year.
Miss Wessie Lee Dial returned homo
Wednesday after a pleasant visit to
friends in Bntcsburg.
Mr. John Hicks has returned to h'.a
wo:k In Arkansas, after several weeks
spent with Iiis family here.
Miss Corrls Brown, Of Anderson, is
in the city visiting Mrs. s. G. McDnuiel
and Mrs. M. L. Roper.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lanford,
of Pauline, were visiting relatives in
the city last week.
Mr. Henry Pinson, of the Ekom com
munity, was tile guest last week of
Mr.# Frank Held.
Mrs. R. L. Bailey and daughter.
Miss Clnytc Bailey, of 'Clinton, visit
ed relatives in the city last week.
Miss Mary Taylor, of Princeton,
was the guest of Miss Hester Cooper
Mr. J. W. Saxon and. sons, Bennett
and Joe Saxon, came up from Water
loo last Thursday to spend the day.
Mr. drover Richcy left Monday for
Atlanta w here he will enter a business
Miss Carol Ropor has returned home
after a pleasant visit of several months
with relatives in Petersburg. Ya.
Messrs. Hoy Little and Dick Chll
dress will take In the excursion to
Johnson City this week.
Mr. j. w. Hopkins, Jr.. of Columbia,
spent several days in the city this
Mr. Jno. H. Ellcdgc, of Poplar
Springs, was in the city Monday on
Mr. Elijah Bagwell, of the Poplar
Spring section, was a visitor to the
Little Miss Marie Sullivan of Tum
bling Shonsl was a visitor in the City
Mr. Zack dray, of the Dials com
munity, had business to look aftC; in
the city Tuesday.
Mr. Martin Arnold, of Princeton,
was in the city Tuesday buying goods
for their store.
Mr. Hobt. Chapman, of the upper
part of the county, was In the city the
early part of the week.
Mr. Cliff C. Caldwoll, of Rabun
Creek, was In the city the first of
Mr. W. M. Myers, of the eastern sec
tion of the county, was in the oily
Monday on business.
Mr. Joe IL Lindley. of the Homier
sonvllle district, had business to n>
tend to In the city Monday.
Miss Ethel Langston h:<s accepted n
position with Swltzor Company and
lias entered upon her duties there.
Misses Grace end PearJ Barton, of
Greenville, are the guests of Mrs. Vir
ginia Caltie on South Harper street
Mr. George Bush, after a very pleas
ant week with his sister. Mrs. Serena
M. Sullivan, of Tumbling Shoals has
returned to his home at Bush, 8. C
Misses I'll/..ruth Moseley, llattic
Gray, Pauline and Wilmer Prchtisg
and Amelia Todd will go to Johnson
City on tlie excursion today.
Among those who will go to Johnson
City today on the C, C. & (). excursion '
will be Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Clarke and
Mrs. Archie Boazman.
Mr. \v. P. Ohildress, Mr. W. P. Chll
dress, Jr.. and Misses Annie Belle and
Bessie Childress will go to Johnson
City today with the exclusion party.
Mr. J. A. P Lancaster, of Pauline, I
spent several days in the city alst
week with his son, Mr. W. d. Lancaster
and Mrs. Lancaster.
Mrs. Harriett Bosby oft revcral days
ago for her former home in Virginia
where she w ill remain for sonic time
Miss Sarah Holt, of South Harper
street, returned home Sunday from a
very pleasant outing at Hendcrson
ville. X. C.
Miss Cora Armstrong and Miss Lillie
Miller left yesterday for Woodruff
where they will teach during the coin-'
Miss Addie Shea'y has returned
from Greensboro and Hawrlver, N. C,
after Bpending some time there witli
friends Mid relatives.
Mr. W. R. McCuon, secretary and
treasurer of the Chamber of Com- 1
mcree. has returned after a short stay
Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson, Jr.,
and children of llartsvllle, have been
spending several days here as the
guests of relatives.
Miss Annie Edmunds has returned
to the city to take up her work in the
millinery department ol Davis Roper
Miss Agatha Reid has returned to
her work in one of the Columbia hos
pitals after visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. .1. Rhett Reid.
Ml3s May Little has returned after
spending some time at Hot Springs,
N. C. She will remain here for about
one week before going on to Green
Mr. Lewelyn Corgdurn from Norway
S. C. who lias been visiting his sis
ter Miss May Corgdurn and his aunt.
Mrs. W. D. Sullivan, at Tumbling
Shoals, has returned home.
Mr. Land of Columbia, who has been
spending some time in Wllllnmston,
came through Monday in his automo
bile and carried Misses Lyd'c and
Jaoln darlington to Columbia.
Mrs. I). II. Counts is in the moun
tains of Westet n North Carolina whore
she went for the sake of her health,
which has not been good for the past
Mrs. P. P. Tatuin and children have
returned to their home in Me.'oil af
ter a visit of several weeks with Mrs.!
Tatum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. F.
Miss Jessie Trotter, of Scvlcrvillc,
Tenn., lias been spending several days
in the city with her sisters. Mrs. C. II.
Hicks and Mrs. II. H. Childress, pre
paratory to taking up lie- duties In
the Cray Court-Owlngs high school,
where she will teach this year.
Pursuant to a resolution adopted at
the last meeting of the Thursday Even
ing Bridge club, a meeting will be held
this afternoon ai 6 o'clock in the li
brary for the purpose of discuss.ng
plans for the coming year.
A very delightful party was that giv
en by Mrs. Geo. C. Albright Thursday
afternoon when she entertained the
Social Club. Assisting her were Mcs
daines W. II. Anderson. H. K. Alken
ami J. II. Tongue. During the after
noon original games of several kinds
wore enjoyed. \ tempting 3alad course
with iced tea was served with which
to refresh the guests.
Strengthen Weak Kidneys
Don't suffer longer with weak kid
neys. You can get prompt relief by
taking Electric Hitters, that wonderful
remedy praised by women every whore.
Start with a bottle today, you will soon
feel like a new woman with ambition
to work, Without feat/of pain. Mr.
John Howling of Somln'onelsco, writes
"Gratitude for the wonderful effeel
of Electric Hitters prompts me to
write. It cured my wife when all
else failed." .VOOd for the liver as
Well. Nothing better for Indigestion
or biliousness. Price i?0e and $1.00 at
Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto Dial",
Corrci lion ?>. To Seining.
In its last issue. The Advertiser
stated that the close season in Lau
rens county for seining was between
April 1st and Nov. 1st. This is a mis
lake. That 18 the close season in most
of the counties, but In Laurens and
several others, seining is lllgnl only
between April loth and July 15th.
AH those who have a torpid liver,
weak Indigestion or constipated bow
els, look out for chills. The seatlOll is
here and the air is .full of disease
get ins. The proper thing to do is lo
put your liver litt good condition and
purify the s torn neu l/ind bowels, dr.
M. A. SIMMONS LIVKR MEDICINE
is the right remedy. It answers the
purpose completely. Price -?<(? per|
package. Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
Delegates Assigned to Dif
HAS BEEN ARRANGED
The Annul Heeling of The Woman's
llaptis .Missionary Union ?>f I.aureus
Count) will be Held at Prospect
Church, Septem her 17th and 18th.
Madden, Sept. 1.?The W. M. U. of
Luurcns county will meet with the
Now Prospect baptist church Sept. 17
The following program lias la-en ar
ranged by the secretary of the Union:
10:30 Devotional, .Mrs. Molllo l.neu
Address of Welcome, Miss Susie Lang
Response, Mrs. Jno. Ferguson.
Enrollment of messengers.
Presentation of visitors.
Reports of presidents of 1st, 2nd and
"What Our Quarterly Meetings Mean
to Me." Mrs. L. B. Hand, followed
by Mrs. Mamie Caldwoll.
Beading of Constitution and By-LaWS
Reports from societies,
Appointment of committee on time,
place and resolutions.
Report on literature, Mrs. Nat Austin.
Election Of nominating committee.
Adjournment lunch hour.
2:00 P. M.
Devotional. Mrs. I'da Yeargan.
Reading of minutes of morning ses
Reports from Sunbeam and Royal Am
bassador Bands. Exerciso by local
Discussion: (a) "The Essentials of;
Leadership". Mrs. A. B. Barksdale,
followed by leaders of bands, (b)
"The Goal to which our Societies
should Strive." Mrs. W. E. Chap
man. Miss Llllle Martin.
"How do S. C. Sunbeams Stand in the
w. m. c. of the Southern Baptist
Convention?" Mrs. Brooks Nash.
Report Oil State Missions, Miss Belle
Distribution of apportionment cards.
Reports of committee on obituaries,
Mrs. Nannie Drumtnond.
Adjourn men t.
Thursday Morning 10:00.
Devotional, Mrs. C. E. WVitson.
Report of Y. W. A. societies.
I. "Mission Study from a (Mil's View
point." Mary Lake.
L'. "Present Opportunity for Service
in Our Ow n Community." (a) "What
Our V. W. A s Can do to Make the
Community a Cleaner and More
Beautiful Place in Which to Live."
Ethel Simmons. tb) "A More1
Righteous Place." Moo Bald?, (e)
"Our Young Woman's Debt to
'Childhood." Rm ia Wolfe.
How to Conduct and Maintain a Y.
W. A. in Our Chun lies." Miss Belle
Report on Training School, Mrs. Min
nie Lee Willis.
"For What is Our Home Mission Con
tribution Used?" Miss Rebecca Rag
Report on Home Missions. Mrs. C. B.
Address, Mrs. C. I-:. Watson.
Adjournment ?lunch hour.
2:00 P. M.
Devotional. Mrs. Jno. Robertson.
Report on Foreign Missions, Mis Em
Personal Service. Mrs. .1. Scott :> 'Orgo.
Election of ollicers.
Below will he found the hollies to
which the delegates have been nsslgn
Boaverdaiii, Mrs. Fur in an Brown.
Bellview. Mrs. W. II. Illldgcns.
Berthabara, Mrs. Jno. A. Madden,
Bet ha nt, Mrs. Jno. (} Brown.
Bculah, Mrs. Jno. Q. Brown.
Chestnut RldgC, Mrs. P. II. Mai tin.
Calvary, Mrs. T. S. Langstoii.
Clinton. Mrs. .1. D. C'ulberlson.
Cross Hill. Mhs Beiinio ProlUtt,
Friendship, Mrs. J. A. p. Moore.
Dlirblll Creek, Mrs. .1. M. Dean.
Cray Court, Mrs. T. S. Lnilgstoil.
Harmony, Mrs. .1. A. Wofford.
Illglllnild Home. Mrs. J. II. Bow. i\
Holly drove, Mrs. Jno. R. Flllley.
Lniiford, Mrs. w. s. Benjamin.
Langston. Mrs. .1. W. Martin.
Laurens, First, Mrs. M. T. Allison.
Laurons. Second, Mrs II. L. M uldoil.
Lucas Ave.. Mrs. (1. II. Finley.
Lydia. Mrs. O. W. Martin.
Mt. Gallagher, Mrs. P. W. Flnloy.
Mt. Olive, Mrs. Bee Culbcrtsoti.
Mt. Plcnsnnt, Miss Suln Martin.
Mountville. Mis. Furtnan Brown.
New Prospect, Mrs. J. L. Fliiley
Poplar Springs, Mrs. I.. W. Martin,
Princeton, M i s. .1. S. Mat n.
llabun Crook, Mrs Cm ? !h<
Union, B. V. Culbcrtsou.
Warrior Creek, Mrs. T. D. Drown.
Waterloo, Mrs. K. Y. Wutklu .
Visiting Indies, Mrs. Tpm Shaw.
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I CROSS HILL NEWS J
Cross Hill. Sept. L- Mr. .1. 11. Colo-:
tnau, our faithful rural mail carrier,
went over to Clinton Saturday to visit
Miss Lizzie Carter returned Satur
day from a \isit to relatives in Wal
Mr. Hugh Leainai) lias been at home
the past week on the slek list.
Miss Helen Poole of Greenville spent
the past week with her grandmother,
Mrs. W. H. Fuller.
Miss Kllnor Hes-Hortes left for her
home Saturday, after a nice visit to
Mr. ami Mis. 11. 1.. McSwnlll.
Mr. Louis Proffctl of Maddens, was
in town Saturday witH friends.
Rev. Mr. Presley of Mount Carinel,
preached Sunday at Head Springs A.
K. P. church and the meeting will
continue several days.
Mr. Bon Anderson. Jr., was :> Cross
HIH visitor Saturday.
Dr. n. o. Whltteu i?f Pondleton, Is
In town and will locate hero to pruc*
Most farmers have been busy the
past week with fodder pullti g. This
work cotton nicking will begin.
Miss Huth Simmons and her friend
Miss Mosoley returned Saturday from
a visit to friends in Greenwood.
This correspondent made a trip to
Clinton by private conveyance last
Thursday and was delighted to see
such tine crops of cotton and corn.
From Milton to Clinton the crops ate
especially tine. i
Mrs. Wistar Heeder and children
left Saturday to visit relatives in
Mr. and Mis. .1. K. l.eaman gave a
party Saturday from ."> to 7 p. in. in
honor of Master Miller Iranian's sixth
birthday. Quite a number of little
folks were present to enjoy the even
Mis> .lulln llalloy ;;f Mken Is spend
ing several days with Miss Theresa
I >a von port.
Kt v w it. Itatebford Is spending
part of his vacation at Montreal. N
Miss Deila Kiddle of l.aureiis ami
Miss l-.thel Tongue, of Mountvlllc, vls
Ited Miss Hesslo inn last week.
I.aureus visitors Honored.
v charming affair ot* yesterday from
10: UO to 13 was the party given by
Miss Annie Luclle Coole In compli
ment to her Iioubo guests Misses Agnes
Speights, Nellie I'oolo, Margie WobI
and Helen Sulllvun. The porches and
parlors wore most inviting and tables
lilt 1 been arrange. 1 for bridge. Here
llian) games were heartily enjoyed and
the guests were served a delicious sal
ad course. Among those Invited to
meet the honor guests were: Mrs. J,
i\ Abney, Misses Julia Connor, ia>itio
Jennings. Ktnih Hurnside. (lenoviovo
Singleton and guests, i?ois Heese and
Ix)l8 (ilgnllllnt, of Anderson. Kathryn
Connor, Uobeccu Moore, Kdun Harvey,
Virginia Klugh, Kvelj n Hosenberg,
Mary Frances Hrtnson and guest. Mar
tha Mat ion, and Uusslo Cnlhoun.
Miss i'oole's guests will lie the re
cipients of several pretty attentions
while ;.. >.ie city. Friday night. Miss
l.ottte and Virginia Jennings will en
tertain with a delightful dance tor
Miss Speights. Greenwood Dally
"Say. Chlmplo, wot'a a suffragette?"
"A c.ffragotto's a woman who wnnta
a chnnco to knock the stuftlng out of
tho ballot-box." -Judgo.
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