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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. R. M. Wasson was here on busi
Mr. W. P. Coker' was a business vis
)tor in Laurens Saturday.
Mr. L. E. Henderson, of Owings Sta
tio'n, was a visitor in the city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. -R. E. Taylor, of Prince
ton, were visitors in the city Monday.
Mr. Aubrey Alexander, of Green
wood, was a visitor in the city yester
Dr. Isadore Schayer of Columbia,
spent Saturday and Sunday in the
Mr. W. A. Baldwin spent the day in
Laurens Monday coming in od busi
Mr. James F. Ilarney spent Monday
and Tuesday in Spartanburg on busi
Mr. J. W. Holland, of the Lebanon
section, was a visitor in the city yes
Mr. J. C. Burns spent last night in
Greenville, looking after business in
Mrs. Carlos R. Moseley left Sunday
for Spartanburg to visit relatives for
Miss Susie Gray has returned from
Greenwood, where she visited Miss
Mr. James Moore has aecepted a po
sition as salesman in the grocery store
of A. .. Mahaffey.
Miss Janie llunter, of Ora, has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. llamp
Hunter for several (lays.
Miss Allene Franks of Clinton, spent
the week-end with 'her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jlohn A. Franks.
Mirs. Milford Cheek and dlaughiter,
MAiss Sarah Cheek, of Princeton, were
in -the city shopping Tuesday.
'Miss Daisy Hluey, of Rock 11111, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J1. M.
Cannon, on West Main street.*
Mr. Rober't Chipley, a prominent
young business man of Greenwood,
was here last Fridlay for a short while.
Messrs. William Mc~iowan a'nd Dick
Fuller of the University have been
spending se~eral (lays here with home
Messrs. J.ohn F. Bolt and W. R.
Richey, .Jr., have returned from 'a lig
hunting til in the lower part of the
Miss Gladys Shatau, of Greenville,
was among tihe visitors in the city wo
attendl the banquet anid (lance Friday
Mrs. RI. Brooks Childress *hasi been
In Greenville several (lays where she
went to undergo an operation on one
. of her ears.
Miss Linda Thompson, of Andlerson,
Is the guest of Mr. and Mr's. 3. 1R. Lit
the, having come to the city to 4ittendl
the banquet and dlance Friday night.
' %r. . A. Simmons left the city Fri
day for K~ans~as City after having
- 'heen in the city severafl days with his
'parents, Mr. handc Mrs. 0. B. Simmons.
Dr. Isadore Sehayer, who is now
making his home in (Columbia, spent
the latter plart of last week in tile city,
hlavin~g come up to attend the banquet.
Mr. J. \Nayne will leave this week
for New York. During his stay In
the north Mrs. Payne and son, D~oug
las, will visit r'elatives in Alexandria,
Mr. 'Drayton Barksdale, who is at
tendilng the University of South Caro
lina, has 'been spendling several (days
in the city with his father, Mr. J. Aug.
Miss Amelia Ledge, of Gaffnoy was
the guest last week of Misses R~osalie
and Ailleen F~ranks, having come to
the city .to 1be pr'esenlt at the banquet
Miss Maele 'Williams, of Virginia,
spent several days in the city last
week as the guest of her sisteor, Miss
ig, powders in
ebrated for Its
j strength and
es your cakes,
:te., healthful, It
ainst alum ant
Bessie Williams, at the home of 'Mr
and Mrs. J. S. Bennett.
Miss Lottie and Octavia Jones of
Spartanburg spent Friday in Laurent
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R
Richey. They came down to attend
the dance given in the armory.
Mr. J. M. Simmons, of Mounttille
was in the city yesterday with a party
of friends, having driven up in a new
fifty-four horse power Cadillac tour
ing car, which lie purchased a few
Mr. Wise Calmes of the United
States Navy is here on a visit to his
sister, Miss Dorcas Calmes and other
relatives. le is stationed on the bat
tleship, Maryland which is now in th(
Among those here for the dance last
Friday evening were the following
young gentlemen -from Greenville:
Messrs Cain, . Westervelt, Smith
Thompson and West. /Mr. Yeargin of
Spartanburg also attended the dance
Miss Ludie Taylor, of Pringeton, whc
underwent an operation for appendici
tis at the Julia Irby sanitarium sev
eral weeks ago, is rapidly recovering.
She is still at the hospital but will
go to the home of Mir. and Mrs. T. L
Monroe within a few days.
Miss Pearle Clardy received a tele
gram Saturday morning from the sup
erintendent of education at Raleigh, N
C.,' notifying her that she had beer
elected as one of the teachers in th<
Wakelan high school located at Ze
bulon, N.'C. She wired her'acceptanc
and left Monday morning for Zebulon
N. C., to take ip her work.
Mr, It. F. Fleming, who has beer
convalescing at the home of his par
ents in Greenwood for about a month
wa nthe city Saturday. Mir. Flem
lng appeai-ed to be0 very much irmlrov
ed in health and stited himself thai
lie was conscious of considerable imi
pr-ovement. Hie returned Satur-da3
night to i-emain sevei-al weeks longer
A Quiet Marringe.
Milas Ida Vanhoy and Mir. Fred Boyd
were tinjuelly muarri Wednesday af
ternoon at the home of Rev. \V. II
Lewis, in the Laurens mill village. Th(
two young 1)eo1)1 are ver-y populair ir
the village amid have received cohgr-at
ulations and good wishes from numer
Wai-e Shoals, Feb. 2.-Miss Agnoe
flolt of Tu'mbling Shoals was marrie(
herec last Sunday at three o'clock it
the evening to -Mr-. Fi-ank Williams 01
Fork Shoals, Grieenviillo counaty. Th(
wediding took place at the parsoniagt
wher-e thme ceremnony which made th(
happy youing pecol'3 0one was perfor-m
ed by the Rev. J. M. Dallas. TPhe pret
ty bride wvas dressed1 in traveling sull
of gray cloth and was accomp~anied tC
the marriage altar b~y hier- cousin, Mi
Lodi Bolt. After the wedding whiel'
took pl-ate in~ the library the bride ant
gr-oom received the congi-atulations oi
their friemnds ~'ho had come 'to se(
them united inm the holy bonds of wed
lock. The young people0 will makt
their futur-o home at Fork Shoala
where they go wvith tihe best Wishies o1
the-irmany friends foir a long and hap
lpy wedded life.
The Best C2onght Medicine.
"I havo usedl Chamberlain's Cougl
Remedy ever since I have been keepini
house,' says L. 'C. Iha mms, of Marbury
Ala. "I consider it on c1f the host rem
edlos 1 evei' used. My .hildreni have al
taken it and it works like a charm. Fo:
colds and whooping cough it is excel
lent. For sale by all dealers.
* Everybhody -Ha4lt!
* Rteadi this and t hen hurry off
* to buy your tickets for- thme show
* next Friday.
SOCIAL AND P9RSONAL.
'Miss Mayme Ferguson entertained
the nombers of her bridge club Thurs
day afternoon in a very delightful
manner. A number of -interesting and
exciting games were played, after
which delicious refreshments were
Mr. and Mrs. Frapk Caine enter
tainedi a few friends very delightful
ly last Monday evening with a bridge
party. During the evening a delicious
salad course was served. Those pres
ent were Misses Linda Thompson,
Pauline Prentiss, Imogene Wilkes,
Messrs Edward McCrady, Charles
Fleming, and Moore Dial.
Banquet and Dance.
The young men of the city were the
hosts at a most enjoyable banquet
and dance last Friday evening in the
dining room of the King Hotel. The
invited guests were the young ladies
of the city and many out-of-town vis
itors who were here especially for the
occasion. The dining room of the
hotel ,was very tastefully and artis
tically decorated for the evening. The
beautifully gowned women, each with
a bouquet of pretty flowers and the
delightful charm of the decorations
presented a picture of beauty unex
celled. The evening was one of un
limited enjoyment and one that will
always be memorable. Each of the
young men played a part in mak
ing the occasion enjoyable for each
was called upon for a short toast. Dr.
R. E. Hughes acted as toastmaster
and played the part in his usual en
Aster the banquet all of those pres
ent adjourned to the Annory where
several hours were spent in dancing.
The music during the evening was
furnished by the Lauvens orchestra.
The following enjoyed the evening:
Dr. and Mrs. I. I1B. Hughes, Mr. and
Mrs. Earle Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Dunklin, Miss Wessie Lee Dial with
Mr. Coke Gray, Miss Lalla Mae Dial
with .Mr. Ernest 10asterby, Miss Rich
ar(ls with IMr. Jack McCravy, Miss
Lucy Sitgreaves with Mr. Albert Dial,
Miss Polly Prentiss with Mr. Moore
Dial, Miss Allone Franks with Mr.
Dick 'Childress, Miss Imogene Wilkes
with Mr. Charles Fleming, Miss Mary
Wilkes with Mr. Job Little, Miss An
nie Simpson with Mir. Robert Roper,
Miiss Carol Roper with Mr. Ernest
Machen, Miss I[attie Kate Easterhy
with Mr. Marvin WoliT, Miss deucy
Simpson with Mr. Tom Swygert, Miss
.Josie Sullivan with Mr. Chas.. Simup
son, Miss Ruth Easterby with Nir.
James Sullivan, Miss .Dorcas Calnes
with Mr. Rice Niecles, Miss Gladys
Slatan with Dr. Schlayer, Miss Willie
Ml ay Childress with Mi r. James Hiarney,
Miss Mary Todd with Mr. Vance Irby,
Miss Aurella Lodge with ir. Floyd
Franks, Miss Macde Williams with Nl r.
-Lancaster, Miss Rosalie Franks with
Mr. William Fisher, Miss L~inda
Thompson with NIra. 1udwaril McCr'ady,
Miss Flora Cox wvith Mr'. Dick Fuller',
Miss Mar'y \Villianms \vith Mir. lBolin.
Mr. and Mirs. Clyde TI. Franks cele
bi'ated the first anniver'sai'y of their
marriage Inst Thursday evening with
a "cotton Wedding". Tiheir attractive
little cottage w'as most ap~propriately
andl uniquely degorated with great
bunches of the fleecy staple arranged
most tastily. D~uring the eveninug
about seventy-fly'e guests called and
sp~ent a very (1deilitful time. The host
and - hostess serv'ed a most dlelleious4
salad course. As a manifestation of
the dCeervedl popularity of this young
couple, many gifts of cotton articles
were brought by the guests and pro
seated the host and hostess. It was
an occasion of rare attractiveness and
one long to be remembered by those
Thursday afternoon Niss Jpaisy
10lchelberger and Nir. Rober't :Eichel
berger, both of tis city, surprised
their numerous friends by getting
married, tihe cei'emnony being per'for'm
ed1 by Rev. W. P. Jacobs, at lisa home
in Clinton. The bride had beem! visit
ing in Cliinton .foi' several (lays anid
Mr. m10lchelberger joined her' Thu rsday
afternoon after other arrangements
had1 been pertfected. The happy coum
pie r'etui'ned to Laurens the same af
ternmoon and1 are now making their
home here, whero/Mr'. Eiechelber'ger is
in business. Both young 1peopl1 are
v'ery w~ell and pop~ularly known and
ar'e greatly ad'mii'ed tot' their' ninny
splenidid qualities. Thme b~ride is a
dlaughter of Mrs. IHattie IRichelbertger
and is a young wvoman of grace and
talent. Mrt. 10lchelberger is a wvell
knowni young business man of time city
and is well liked whierever known.
Don't You Believe It.
Some say that chronic constipation
eaninot be cured. Do 4' you believe it.
IChatmberlain's Tablet$Jhvo cured oth
ers--why not you? Cve them a t'rial.
They cost, otnly a qularter. For s#nle by
Big line to sel
We are showing a be
bly priced, and v
you through. Y
S. N. & E.IE
Wanted to act as local county repre
sentatives for an established firm
handling a high grade line of house
ii. 1d remedies. Can evote all or part
of time. A good c slice to establish
a lucrative busine s.
For full particulars write at once
Josephine Webster Remedy Co.,
South Bend, Ind.
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Merchants Building and
Loan Association will be held in the
offices of the Bank of Laurens on Fri
day, Feb. 6th, 191.1 at 5 p. mn.
J. .1. Adams,
28-I t-md Secretary.
License for Traffie In Seed ('otton and
Inylneked Lint ('otton iI the (oumity
of Laurens, S. C. for the Year A. D.
State of South Oai7lina,
County of Laurens.
Pursuant to an Act of the General
Assembly of South Carolina providing
therefor, approved the ISth (lay of Feb
ria ry A. I). 1905.
BIe it resolveId by the loard of ('oaun
ty ('olum issioners of Lautrens (County,
in the State of South ('arolina, In reg
uilar annial meeting ass:1nbled;
h'1at the license for T-rallic in Seed
Cotton and1 UnplIacked Idint ('otton with
ill the limits or 'said1 county ror' and
duiinlg the perliodl beginning the 15th
(day3 or August and1( ending the 20th1 (1ay
'or 1)ccemnbet' or the year t A. D). 191.1, he
and1( the same1 is hlereby) fixed in tile
sum or Two hiundrted and~ Filty and
00-100 I)ollards. All licenses to b~e is
suled by the Clerk or ('our t or saild
counlty as5 prov'ided 1by law.
l)one at Laurlenls, S. C'.. tis tile 8th
day or .lauiary A. I). Il1-I.
Jr. I). MIOCK, Sutpervisor'.
Cler'k or tile lloard'. 28-It
NOTIC'- OiF Ei,1+("I'l0N.
State oIf South Caltinalt,
Whlereasa, pteti tions signed by3 a legal
numbe 1111 'of thel (ult41ified electorsa alld(
frtee-hiolderms resaiding in Waterlioo
schIool distr'ict No. I ai Laurens counlty,
SoilthI Carl'ina,1 4aking rot' an1 eilectionl
upon01 thle questioll of v'ot lingla addi -
iln said schlool distr'ict to he uiseid ror
schlool purpt'Ioses, 11av e beenl filed w itih
tihe countty hoard or eduiOntiloll, aln
ciectioniI la er'eby3 ord(eed itpon1 said
(luestionl, sa1(id etionl to bue hleld oni
theC 2Ithl (lay or lFebruar11y, 191-1, at AMt.
Ga11llgher inI said, disltrict, under(01 tilt
':n1anIagemnent or thle trusltees or said
Onv suc alele '(ctor a's ri eturn'l real
0o'r) p:''onla Iprope1'1rtfor' taxaltion11 andii
whlo exib it theclir tax re(cei pts alld
regisat1ionl ('('Ilflea tea as r'equ ali'ed iln
tile genll'1 ele'tionl shtalilbe 411lowed
ThIIose ravoin g tile 3 1mil1 a1ddition al
tax shall1 vote 41 bllot 'onltaiintg tile
wVord' "'Y i'S"' wri Itell or 1prin1ted th11ere
tionlI talx saili vote a1 bailot containl
Ingl tile word "'NO"' wriittenlIt Pr trinlt
htottr or 8 o'cloc'k int thte for'enoonl and1
sh11all r'emal in oplen util11 the hour11 or
1 o'clock ini the af ternloonl 'when1 thel(y
sha(ll be cilosedi, and( tile halIl'otsa cout -
Th'1e trust~tees shtalI r'epor't thle r'esul t
or tile elctlin to the coun11ty auiditot'
and coun0111ty super~tinltenldent or eduicai
tin wit hill tell day1s thtereaftr~.
28--2t ly ord(er' or (County Hoard.
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Eye Maple, Golden Oak
act from at prices that will
cut in either Golden Oak or Mal
autiful line of High-grade F
rould like for you to call a
ou are welcome whether y<
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