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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, September 10, 1913, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5',
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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. \V. I). Sullivau was in town Fri-:
Mr. Calvin Culbertson, of Ekom,
in the city Monday.
Hr. Henry Rasor of Cross Hill sponl
Monday hero on business.
Mr. T. I). Smokes, of MountvlRi . was
a visitor in the City Friday.
Mr. J. C. Henderson of OrcChVillol
spent the week-end with honiei'o'Ks.
Mr. Thad P. Moore, of Sagetown,
was in the city selling cotton Tuesday.
Mr. Frank Walker, of Orangeburg, <
visiting relatives in t!io city tor a few
Mr. J. L. M. Irby of Charlesron s;>e::t
several days here this week with rela
Mr. Rufus Putnam has accepted a|
position witli the Laurens Drug Coin-]
Miss Amelia Todd will leave Satui
day for Gainesville to enter Rienau
Mr. Roheit M. Wasson and family,
of Charlton Hall, visited In the city
Messrs. Tom and Lusk Wilkes, of|
Norfolk, Va., are visiting relatives in
Mr. Charley C. Saxon, of the Rabun
community, was in the city trading
Mr. John 1.. Pitts, of the Friendship!
district, was in the city Tuesday on
Miss Xell Payne lias gone to I^oes
ville and Johnstone to visit for sever
Mr. M. A. Riddell and daughter, spent |
the week-end in Fountain Inn with
Mrs. J. L. McCllntOCk and daughter.
Miss Alllo Helle, wen; visitors here!
Mrs. W. A. Smith, of Charleston, Is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Miss Marjorte Gelder has returned to
the city -after a visit to friends in
Miss May Little has returned o]
?Greenvlllo after visiting her iiomo
1c Iks here.
Mr. W. R. Rlchey, Sr., spent several
days in Fnion this week on profession
Miss Esther Schwartz of Baltimore
is here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. D.
Miss Dorcas Calines, after spending
several months in the mountains, has
if turned home.
Miss Alivia Kiddle is spending tin
week in Greenville with her brother.
Mr. O. D. K.dd'.e.
Mr. Vaney Gllkcrson has relumed to
Florence after visiting Iiis par en*
ho:-f> for several days.
Miss Neii Littlcjohn and Miss Janie
Rogers, of Spartanburg spent Sunday
with Miss S.ira Dorroh.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Smith and son,
l>ouglas, of Ware Shoals, visited rel
atives In the city Sunday.
Miss Hettlo Hake is visiting some
of her collide mates in Portsmouth,
Ohio, and Richmond, Va.
Mrs. G. P. Green, of Anderson, isj
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. it.
"C, Crisp, for a few days.
Miss Emimo Hicks, of Greenville,
spent tho week-end in the city as th<
guest of Mrs. Brskine Babb,
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Goggans of]
Newberry visited Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Halle for a while last week.
Mr. Marion Wilkes, of Rowland, X.
C, is enjoying a sliort rest with his
parents here for a few days.
Mr. John R. Hrownlee, a young
farmer of the Dials community, was
in the city on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bramlett spent
Sunday afternoon In Clinton with the
latter's old friends and schoolmates.
Mr. John Bagwell, now of Poplar
Springs section, was in the city Mon
day shaking hands with old friends.
Mr. Walter M. Nash, a prominent
farmer of the Merna community, was
a business visitor in the city Monday.
Mrs. M. L. Copeland and children
and Mrs. Ellzn Hall have returned af
ter spending the summer in tho moun
Dr. and Mrs. William Smith ofl
Charleston are here visiting Mrs.
Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. M.
Miss Pearl ('lardy has gone to Wood
ruff where she lias accepted a position
in the graded schools for the coming
Miss Dorcas Calmes has returned
home after visiting friends ami rela
tives In Dot Springs, N. ('., Qnffney and
Miss Annie Simpson left Saturdny
for Heaufort, where she has nccopted
a position to teach school daring th<
Mr. .1. A. Arnold who has been liv
ing at llonea Patli but is now making
his home in Helton, spent a few days
hero last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Machen have re
turned home after spending several
months in Atlantic City and other
Mrs. Arthur Riddell, who lives n
few miles from the city, returned a
re? (lays ago from At'rnta. where she
Miss I oulse Chilcott tun returned to
the City to takt uy ... or': In the
millinery department with the firm of
Miutei ( oni| any.
Miss Ruth Payne has returned to
her school ;.t Leesvilte after her \a
catlotl spent With her parents, Mi*, and
Mrs. J. \v. Payne.
Miss Knill y Meng and Mrs. Meng
have returned from lleudersouville.
where they have been spending several
months this summer.
Mr. J. YV. Payne has returned from
Now York Where he went to secure
sa at pies and otherwise prepare him
self for his season's work.
Mr. Will Bark&dale returned to Spur
tanburg Tuesday alter visiting ills fa
ther. Mr. Downs C. Barksdule, who
has been sick for several weeks.
Miss llattie Sullivan came home Fri
day from Qreenvillo, where she lias
been visiting relatives on her return
home from Hendersonvllle, N. C.
One hundred and thirty seven tlekcis
were sold at the loeal pnsseng ir sta
tion for the excursion to Johnson City
last week. They have all returned.
Miss Frances Caughman, of Pros
perity, and Miss .Nannie Smith, of Lau- i
rens, are visiting Mrs. M. L. MeCol
lotlgh at 1TLM Main street. The State.
Mrs. H. J. Cage arrived last week
from Qreenvillo to visit relatives. She
was accompanied by Miss Pauline
Prentlss Who will spend the winter In
The many friends of Mr. S. J. Craig.
cashier of the Palmetto Lank, will be
sorry to learn that he has been con
fined to his room with sickness for the
Mr. Herbert Sullivan returned home
Friday from Tumbling Shoals, where
he has spent the last six weeks with
his grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. IV.
Miss Frances Thames has relumed
to tlie city to take ":> t'ne kindergar
ten work at the Laurous Cotton mills
and Is boarding with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. Tom Hay will leave today for
Greenwood, where he will make his
headquarters during the coming sea
son while buying cotton for Cooper &
Griffin of Groen\ Hie.
Miss Margaret Wise, of Baltimore,
who will have charge of the milllnety
department of the Swltzcr Company
this season, arrived in the city several
days ago and has taken up her work.
Mr. J. W. Henderson. J '., a mem
ber of Davis-Roper Co's. stilo3 force,
has returned from Columbia Ahne he
went for an operation. His many
friends will tie glad to know that he is
well on the roail to recovery.
Mrs. Lldio M. Sullivan, accompanied
by Miss Anna ami Masters Robert, Ce
cil an.I Dunklill Sullivan, returned to
their homo on South Harper street
Friday afternoon from McndersonvUlc,
X. C, where they had been spending
Mr. 10. W. Copeland loaves today for
Greenville, where he will open up a
cotton otllce. His family will still
reside here and Mr. Copeland will re
turn for the week-ends. The many
friends of Mr. Copeland regret to see
him leave the city and hope that he
will not remain away permanently.
All those who have a torpid liver,
weak Indigestion or constipated bow
els, look out for chills. The season is
here and the air is full of disease
germs. The proper tiling to do is to
put your liver In good Condition and
purify the stomach and bowels. DR.
M. A. SIMMON'S L1Y*FH MBDrCINE
is the right remedy. It answers the
purpose completely. Price 2f>c per
package. Sold by Lau rens Drug Co.
Tylersvllle. Sept. 8.?-Rev. J. F. Ja
cobs, of Clinton, delivered a very able
sermon at Bethany Sunday morning.
Miss Nina Poole, of Spartanburg, is
on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. I'. Poole.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hyrd spent sev
eral days n Spartanburg last week.
Mr. Marvin Sanders was in Lau rens
on business Saturday.
iMiss Fannie Pooh; leaves Tuesday
for Greenwood where she will attend
college this coining session.
Misses Lydie and Mattie Helle Pe
terson and Mr. William Peterson visit
ed their sister, Mrs. P. K. Abercront
be. near Woodruff last week.
Mr. Hugh Myers visited friends in
this Community Sunday.
Messrs. T. P. Poole, S. O. Clark and
Furmnn Poolo were in Laurcns Satur
day on business.
Several of the young people from
the Pea Rid go section wire visiting
in this community Sunday afternoon.
Misses Fannie and ('.race Poole spent
Thursday with Misses Lila and Non
.1 ? Clark.
Quite a crowd of Sunday school
workers from hero attended the Sun
day school convention at BramlcttS
church last Wednesday and Thursday,
See our Copyright Flour Picture now
on at tin* Moving Picture Show.
.1. II. SolJhan,
I.aureus, S. C.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. J
? ?? ? V***4^ .
Mrs. W. H. Dial anil Miss I.alla Mao
Dial entertained tho Social club Fi l
day afternoon at tho Dial homo ou
West Main street. Tho game of For
ty Two was played ami greatly en
joyed by t'no guests. As the quests ar
rived they wore served refreshing fruit
punch and after the games a tempt
Ing salad course was served.
Mrs. W. K. Lucas entertained about '
two dozen of the younger girls Thurs
day afternoon for her nelce. Miss Clara
Cox. who is spending the winter with
her here. A very exciting contest
formed the principle amusement dur
ing early part of the afternoon
and rhen games were played. Follow
ing tiiese games, a delicious ice COUrsO
was served and hero, as in other parts
of the homo, a color scheine of pink
was carried out. Decorations of pink
roses gave a beautiful Moral effect to,
the afternoon's entertainment.
NEWS FROM JONES.
Jones, Sept. S. Miss Maooy Cooper,
who was recently bitten by a snake, is
Mrs. Louis Saxon, of Mt. Pleasant,
is visiting relatives here. .
Miss Marie Sadler, trained nurse in
Columbia, recently visited relatives
and friends here.
Mr. Thos. Woods raised a line melon
Rural Policeman Wright, of Lau tens,
was hero last week.
While in attendance upon court at
Abbeville last week, we met Solicitor
Cooper, Sheriff Lyon, Judge Holllngs
worth. Hon. R. K. Hill. lion. .I. II.
Moore, Dr. Harrison, Messrs Casons,
White, Pori'ln, Howie and other kind
friends, too numerous to mention.
Miss Lucile Smith of Greenville, and
Mr. Holland, of Haarens, visited rel
atives hon? last week.
Mr. Willie T. Jones, Jr.. has return
ed from a visit to relatives at Water
Presiding Elder Meadors, of Green
wood, attended quarterly meet inn at
Kings 'Chapel and preached two most
Mr. and Mrs. George Hughes visited
relatives in Anderson last work.
Mrs. Frank Wien, of Greenwood, was
tiie recent guest of Mrs. Zephey Mnnloy
Horn on the L'nd lust, to Mr. nd
Mrs. Thos. Odell. a son.
Wo cordially welcome Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Simpson, who have moved in
to the Freeman place.
We are indebted to Superintendent
Cobb and Mr. McEnroe for repairing
tho phone line from Ware Shoals to
Mr. las. Wnlkcr was called to Green
wood last week to attend the funeral
of his grandchild.
The friends of Mis. Dunlap will be
pleased to learn that she is recovering
from a recent severe illness.
Rev. R. F. Morris, of Princeton, will
preach here on the 2nd Sunday night,
lie is a splendid preacher and we cor
dially invite everybody to come and
Our little friend. Young Martin, lias
recovered from a prolonged and criti
Mr. Odell McNlnch lias accepted a
position with Boacham & Rilcy.
Messrs Austin and Koon have op
ened a meat market.
We extend congratulations to Mr.
Jerome Reeves and Miss Hcllams who
were married on the 7th. ,
Hon. and Mrs. J. F. Morrison are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. C. A.
Gates, of Kinns Mountain, N. C.
Messrs. Adam ami Walter Jones are
visiting at Fountain Inn.
We have just received our fall stock
of Dolls. This line includes all sizes
from lue up. You will find our prices
very low, and we would be glad to
have you bring the children' in to see
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The out Standard general strengthening tonic.
OROVB'S TA8TKI.KSS chill TONIC, drives out
Malaria nnd builds UP Die system. A true tonic
(in<l sure Appetizer. Porndulta and children. 50c
N. B. Dial A. C. Tonn
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Dank Building/Lauren*;, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Money to loan en Real Estate Long
OLD AUTO TIRES!
I buy worn out automobile? tires at
Always in the market for Hides,
Tallow, Beeswax, Scrao Iron. Scrap
Rubber, Metal and Ru/lap, and Bur
Write for Further Information.
?eautif ul Dinner Ware
Thin and Light in Weight, Yet Strong and Durable.
NEW SHAPES, BEAUTIFUL DECORATION.
One of the Newest Shapes, Decoration in Pure White and Coin Gold
Full 100 piece Dinner Set $21.50. Also in open stock.
Another New Shape, Decorated in a dainty spray with Gold Edges
Full 100 piece Dinner Set $13.50. Also in open stock.
It's worth your time to walk through our display of
Staple and Fancy China.
S. ? & E. H. WILKES & COMPANY
HAVE YOU SEEN THOSE NEW
Two Reasons why you should want to take a look
at them before you buy.
ONE IS: They are the very best tailored gar
ments we can buy. Made of the very best materials.
Lined with guaranteed linings and have all the style
and snap the season calls for.
ANOTHER IS: The price. We have made a
price this season that will appeal to the buying public,
a price that will surprise you when you see garments.
Can we have the pleasure of showing you early?
All The New Fall Goods Arriving Daily!
Boys' and Men's Suits in all the new wrinkles.
All the New Styles in Men's and Women's Fine
and Medium Priced Shoes.
LAURENT BEST STORK
LAURENT BEST STORE