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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. L. M. Dial wa&% visitor in town
Mr. F. F. Stokes, of Mountville,
spent Monday here.
Mr. Ernest Eastetrty spent several
days in Columbia last week.
Siiss Dorcas Calmes spent the week
end in Gaffney with relatives.
Mr. W. A. Leaman, of Cross Hill,
was a visitor in the city Monday.
" Mr. J. 'R. Reid spent several days
In Columbia 'with relatives last week.
Mr. B. B.Gossett, of Youngs town
ship, was a visitor in the city Satur
Mrs. Carlos R. Moseley returned
Friday -from a visit to relatives in
'Miss Willie Sexton, who has been
living in Spartan-burg has returned
tp her home here.
Messrs. D. A. 'Davis and T. J. Mc
Alister left last 'Saturday for the
Mr. C. M. Fuller, casliier of the
Bank of Mountville was a 'business
visitor here last Thursday,
Messrs J. I. Copeland and 1D. T.
Copeland of Clinton were among the
visitors in Laurens last week. O
'Mrs. Orline Milliken, of New York,
is the guest .of Dr. and Mrs. R. E.
Hughes on North Harper street.
Miss May Belle Fuller left several
days ago for Aiken and Augusta,
where she will visit for some time.
Miss Ella Lee, of Greenwood, was
in the city Friday night to attend
the performance "A Regiment of
Mr. John McCrady, of Charleston,
spent the week-end in the city in
connection with business of Mcrady
Bros. & Cheves.
Mrs. C. C. Featherstone, of Green
wood, has been spending several days
in the city with Miss 'Mayme Fergu
son and other friends.
Dr. J. H1. Teague will leave Thurs
-day for New York where he 'will re
main about six weeks taking a spe
cial course in surgery.
Miss Marie Oliphant, of Blacksburg,
is spending some time -with her aunt,
Mrs. J. T. A. Ballow, in Lisbon, and
Miss 'Ethel Simmons, in this city.
Mr. A. 11. Sanders attended the
meeting of the S. C. Bottlers associa
tion last week and was elected one
of the directors of the association.
FE ATIIRE REEL TONIGHT.
Vitagraph Special "The Test", a Fine
tStory In Two Paris.
As a special featurp reel, the Opera
House picture show"liill give tonight
the Vitagraph special "The Test."
This picture will consist of two reels
and is one of the best and strongest
shown here in a long time. The scene
is laid mostly in South Africa and is
played by some of the leading pic
ture show characters.
As a special feature in connection
with the picture show the manage
ment wvill have special photographers
here on February 24, 26 and 26 who
will take pictures of the principal
points of interest in the city and of
the children and later wvill display
these along with the motion 'pictures.
HEAD STUFFED UP?
Hyomiel Gives Insianut Heolef
If uferngfrom acold or catarrh
casig1ul1 eaaceso an itching
and burning sensation in the nostrils,
surely .try Hlyomel. It gives 4iuick- ef
fective and permnan nt relie or money
refunded b~y Laure: Dru C'o It goes
righ-t to the sipot-A ou .el bettor in
No r'oundnabout im ad of stomach
dosing wit'h Hlyomei-you breathe it.
This health-giving medication gbes di
rectly to the inflamed nmom'brane, all
irritation andi congestion is quickly re
lieveud, the delicate tissues healed andl
H yomel should be0 in every house
bold. l~ruggist evei'ywhere sell it.
Aak for the complete outft-$i.00 size.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relicf and an ab~soiuta cure
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by driuggists ; iniaii on
receipt of price $i.00. /
TPriai Pac'kage by nit 10> c9hts.
WILilAMS MFC. CO., Props., Cie sgland. Ohdo
LAURtENS DRlUG 0O.
Laurena, S. 4'
PILESare curable. All kind.
dianger. T e CA USE
is aikay internal.
Dr. Lo nhardt's
H EMY-RoI D
Sbieta produce amazing resulta hy attacking the
mTERNAL CA USE. The pies are dried up and
yR ENARy CO, Buffao, N. Y (free book
Sold by Laurens Drug 00. and all duuggists.
To Cure a Cold In 01e Day
Take LAXATlVIBROMO ule. It stops the
- Cough and Headache and wdrka off the Cold.
Dnuggist. refund tuoney i' it falls to cure.
E. W. GROVE'S signature on each bwa. 25c.
Undertakers a d Embalmers
Calls answered any hours, day or night.
LAUTRENS. S. C.
SOGIAL AND P9MONAL
Mrs. John M. Cannon entertained
the Social Club Thursday afternoon
in honor of her sister, Miss Daisy
'Iluey, of Rock Hill. During the af
ternoon a number of games of Forty
Two were played. Misses Polly Pren
tiss and Carol Roper served a deli
cious sweet course with coffee after
the games were played.
Last Tuesday evening Mrs. W. B.
Clarke entertained the members of
the Presbyterian church choir in a
very delightful and substantial man
nor. A sumptuous turkey supper was
served, the table being fairly cover
ed with tempting things to eat. Re
pairing to the parlor an enjoyable ev
ening was spent playing games, chief
among which was that old time frolic
"Moving the Kitchen Furniture". The
members of the choir present were
Mrs. M. L. Roper, organist, Mesdames
W. It. 'McCuen, 'C. F. Rankin, H. K.
Aiken, J. H. Teague, A. C. Todd,
Misses Mary Todd, Henry Wright,
Messrs. Jno. 'N. Wright, E. H. Wilkes,
Eidiward Mvcratg, W. R. TviuCuen and
S. B. Lapsley, Mr. W. C. Barton and
'Mrs. E. H. Wilkes were also members
of the invited party.
Yesterday 'morning Mrs. R. E.
iugh.tar delightfully. entertained at
'bridge in honor of her heus' gdest,
Mrs. Orline Milliken, of New York.
Tables were prepared for twelve and
a very enjoyable forenoon was spent
playing. A delicious salad course
was served after the games.
'Mr. and Mrs. J. Ran Little have
aninounced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Ophelia May Little, to
Mr. R. H. McDonald, of Columbia, the
'wedding to take place in the spring.
Dayis-Roper Co. Entertains.
As a compliment to the clerks in
their big 'department store, Davis
Roper Company was the host at a
magnificent turkey dinner last Thurs
dhy afternoon at 7 o'clock.. The ta
bles were spread in the rear end of
the store, where the guests were
without any trouble made to feel
thoroughly at home. The informality
of the occasion and the general good
feeling that pervaded made it as en
joyable an occasion as could well be
had. As a most substantial assistant
to these in making the dinner pleas
ant, the hosts had prepared a supper
that will go dlown in history as an
appetite's best friend. There were
turkey, and ham, oysters in several
disguises, chicken salad, potatoes,
pickles, olives, celery and a whole
raft of other delicacies. For dessert
there were ice cream and cake and
'Dr. I). A. Davis acted as toastmnas
ter; and after Introducing himself,
made i few appropriate remarks
about the business in general and
about his pleasure ini having such a
ine bunch of clerks to entertain. i~e
then introduced Mr. C. II. Roper who
talked anost entertainingly a'bout the
history or the company and those who
had been 'with the store in the past
year's. ile also spoke very feelingly
of the valuable assistance the propri
etors of the store had received from
the clerks and assured them that it
wvas through their interest in the
store and their goodl help) that had
made the business the success that it
has been. Mr. McAlister was then
called upon and in a few wvel-select
edl andi apt wvordsH thanked the hosts
and,(1 promised for his department a
continuance of their best efforts. Fol
lowing 'Me. McAlister, the toastmas
ter andl all the balance called for
-.\r. Fleming Smith, who spoke these
fewv but dlisastrous words "I am too
rull for utterance." This broke up)
WOMEN FIND) TillS IS
NETTvER Ti'IA N CALOMEL
.1iany Mothers and Wives Have Learn.
edi That Dlodson's Liver Tione is a
Fine tenmedy for Constipation.
The Lau rens Drug Co. will tell you
that It takes tihe women to ''lhiz/e the
merits of a new remedy for~ constipa
tion and bil1lousnoss qummIckly andm s'ure
ly, whether' it la ror them.-m VCa or
soimeonie else in their. famil!es.
There are today a greamt iuimble:'
of households in wihiech i~odson'sm Liver
Tone has come to take the pla1ce of
dangerous calomel as well as all other
remedies frm suhel allmenm:s and where
anm atmosphbere or henith and happi
ness now prevails.
13odson's Liver Tonic is unroni
tionally guaranteedl by the Lamrena
Drug Co. to b qa spfe liver remedy anid
regulator, a so itely Iarmles; mad
wilth no hmad a er-effects such as areo
liable with ~omnel.
Dodeon's Va pleasant-tnst tag vege
table lIquid andl clears the aching head
and suffering body with no pain nor
So perfect a remedy has Dodson's
Liver Tone proved to be~ that your
dIruggist will rofund the pu-'chase
priice (50) instantly without (luestion
I-f you are not thoroughly ainti:.lled.
They arc aut~horizedl to do so by Doed
son, who doesn't want your money un
less his remedy can bmenefit you. l~n
der such conditions a trial wo'uldI setn0
the.nnrt of wiadom.
BIG VALUES IN
Crockery,Tinware Enamel Ware and Glassware
Our Spring Stock is the Most Complete and Cheapest We Have Ever Shown.
BE SURE TO SEE OUR 10-CENT COUNTER
Just arrived complete stock of White and Golden
and Plain White Crockery See our assortment of Enamel Ware at
10c., 15c., 25c., 30c. and 35cts.
Tin Dish Pans 10c and 15c"l
Enameled Dish Pans 25c and 30e White Large Kitchen Dipper only lOc
EASIEST TO WORKI II1 ,
ANHDSCLEA t II
Tin Coffee Pots 10c and .a
Large Milk Buckets only 10c Potato Masher only 25c Enameled Coffee Pots 25c upL>
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & COMPANY
The Ladies in this Town are Simply Going Wild
over Harmony Hair Beautifier. And no wonder, because to make
the hair lustrous, soft and silky we believe there's not ling else
and we sell about all the various hair preparations made-that any
where near comes up to Harmony Hair Beautifier.
Ask any one of the many women in this town who use it
she'll tell you she "loves" it. Just look at her hair, and you'll come
to us and get some yourself..
Is just what its name implies.-Just to make the hair glossy, lustrous, more
beautiful.-Just to make it easier to dress, and more natural to faill easily and Y
gracefully into thc wavy lines and foldls of the coiffure.
It leaves a delightful fresh and cool effect, and a lingering, delicate perfumec.
Will not change or darken the color. Contains no.oil; therefore dloesnl't leave the
hair sticky or stringy. Simply sprinkle a little on your hair each time before
brushing it. But first, make sure that your hair and sealp are clean, by using
-A liquidl shampoo to keep the hair clean, soft, smooth and beautiful. It gives
an mnstantaneous, rich, foaming lather, penetrating to .every palrt of the hair and
scalp. It is washed off just as quickly, the entire operation taking only a few
moments. It leaves no lumps or stickinss.-Just a refreshing sense of cool, sweet
cleanhiness.-Just a dlainty, pleasant andl clean fragrance. *,.~
-Both in odd(-shaped ornamental bottles, with sprinkler f ops.
IHarmony If air Becautifier, $1.00. IHarmony Shampoo, 50c.
Both are guaranteed to p~lease you, or your money b~ack.
These Stage Beauties Endorse Them
There is no class of women who know better how to discriminate in the use of things to make
them more beautiful than actresses. Among the many celebrated stage beanuties who use anad
enthusiastically praise both Iharmony Ihair eautifier and llarmony Shampoo are:j
ETIIEL BIARRYMORE LAURETTE TAYLOlt
EStII 1"RaGloEmpiro Theater, Now York. Sta in "Pecg o' My Heoari," Cort Thoator, Now
Star in "A Strango woman,'! Lycoum, Neow NATALIE ALT
oIrkDRSE tr in "Aele" Longaoro Theater, Now York.
Starh ato osh adkPormutter.'! 0. Md. Cohan Btar In 'Fino Feathere," now touring the Unite
Sold only at the more than 7000 An Stereo. Ours ia the Aga Store In this Town
Laurens Drug Company
103 W. Main St. Lren.. S. C.