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8r CI AND PERSONAL
Many Things of Interest About the
People of the NeIghboring Town.
Clinton, May 11.--Tuesday after
noon Miss Ola Young entertained the
Cecillian music club at a lovely party.
rho house was beautifully decorated
in sweet peas and roses. A very In
teresting program was carried out by
\iiss Mary Marion, Miss Julia Neville
'nd Miss Inez McCraw and Miss Jane
:Cennedy after which each guest was
Oven 15 letters and asked to make as
:nlany terms in music as possible with
lie letters. Several cut for the prize
hut Miss Julia Neville cut the lucky
number. A delicious salad and sweet
iourse was served by Misses 10)mmie
and ilizabeth Young.
An approaching marriage of much
nterest here and elsewhere in the
.tlte will be solemnized on .June 23rd,
vhen Miss Jane Kennedy and Dr. W.
SIlarper will be joined in wedlock.
On Thursday night the members of
he Baraca and Philat'aea classes gave
i moonlight picnic on the church yard
and It was enjoyed by a number of
;uests besides the members of the
The lialycon book club was enter
aiied on Friday by Mrs. Julia Jrillin.
The Atheneans met with Mrs. A. V.
.lartin on Tuesday morning.
Miss Corrie Copeland of Statesville,
N. C., is visiting her father this month
Miss Mary Cooper of Sumter is vis
*"ing Mrs. Bean this week.
Miss Laurie Aull spent the wek
Ltd with her sister, Mrs. John lhunter.
Mr. J. C. Harper Is in Atlanta this
week attending the Shriners meeting.
Mrs. W. S. Bean returned from
Miss Aileen Franks spent Sunday
'n Laurens with her parents.
Mrs. W. J. Hailey returned Friday
'rom Atlanta where sie attended the
-rand opera as the guest of her broth
er. Mr. .1. D. Jacobs.
Miss Sallie Burgess has returned
from a visit to her brother at Clem
Miss Ethel Cromer of Greenville
visited friends here last week.
'Mrs. E. W. Stone and son of Union
are visiting Mrs. Clayte Bailey.
Mrs. W. H. Shands and Mrs. W. B.
Owens visited their daughters at Win
throp last week.
Mrs. W. D. Copeland visited in New
herry last week.
Prof. A. C. Daniel spent the week
end In Spartanburg.
Mr. S. J. Kilgore spent the week
end in LNewberry.
Mr. and Mrs. White of Newherry
spent part of the past week with their
'Master Bruce Galloway has return
ed from Knowlton's hospital In Co
lumbia where he has been the last Iwo
months under treatment.
Iheumatismn Quickly Cured.
"My sister's husband had an attack
of rheumatism in his arm," writes a
well known resident of Newton, Iowa.
"I gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's
Liniment which he applied to his armi
and on the next mor'ning tile rhleumna
tism was gone." For' chrloic muhtscu
lar rhleunmatism you will find nothing
better than Chamber'lain's LinIment.
Sold by all dealers.
DRi. CLIFTON JONES
Office in Simmonsa Btiding
F hone: Offoe N~o. 86: Residenoe 219.
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PINE BLUFF NEWS. *
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Pine Bluff, May 11.--The infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coats was bu
ried at Bethabar church in the past
Our Jacksonville contingent has re
turned except Miss Eloise Brown,
who stopped in Bethune to visit rela
Miss lssie Wilson is the week-end
guest of Miss Ethel McDowell at the
hospitable home of Mrs. S. 11. Goggang
Mrs. M. A. Boazinan and little W\il
lie Kelugh, were visitors of W. G. loaz
man during last week.
The farmers are beginning to re
plant cotton in this section.
The school has been suspended be
cause of measles, but fortunately the
session has been extended a month
longer, which will enable the pitils
to finish their grades.
\Ir. .and Mrs. It. ). Vhiteford's fam
ly were visitors of W. G. lioaznman's
amilly very r'ecently.
''lhe union of the Fourth Division of
Lan rens association will meet wit h
lolly Gtrove IHaptist cturcl, Saturday,
May 30, 191.1.
11:00---Sermon by 11ev. E. .\. Light
foot or Itev. E. A. Fuller.
1:80-''o what extent is Matt. 19:21
appfl ieble at the present time? .1.
M. Trogdon, W. C. Wharton, Wade
2:00---hould not our churenes con.
form to the Bible system of giving
as taught in I Cor. 16:1-2? Why? W.
I). L. Bald win, .1. C. .\iller, J1. 11.
?::0-Is not Christian giviln the mea
sure of love and spirituality? Give
Bible proof. J. A. Martin, W. P.
Turner, T. Pluss Brown.
3:00-To what extent does Christian
Liberty permit the use of present
day literature? John 8:31-36; I
Peter 2:1t,; Eph 4.14. E. A. Fuller
E. M. Light foot.
Sunday Morning, May 31.
10.00---Devotional service led by the
10:30--What has state missions ac
complished? What are its needs?
How may these be supplied? E. A.
Fuller, W. P. Culbertson.
11:20-Missionary sermon by Rev. .1.
A. Martin or Rev. J. M. 'r ogdon.
W. P. Culbertso: . Sec.
TliItO' OUT T1 'IlE LINE
(.ire the Kidneys Help and Many Peo
ple wi'l be Happler.
"Ihrow Out the Life Line"
Weak kidneys need help.
'They're often overworked--they
don't get the poison filtered out of the
Will you help them?
Doan's Kidney Pills have brought
benefit to thousands of kidney suffer
Ilead this Clinton case:
Mrs. A1. E. Graham, R. F. ). No. 3,
Clinton, S. C'., says: "\1y kidneys were
in a bad shape andl the kidney secre
tIons caused me annoyance. I was
dhizzy and nervous and my back ached.
My3 feet were swollen and it was hard
for me to wvalk. Spots ap~peared be
fore my eyes. I tr'ied different medi
cines, but was not beneflted until I
took Doan's Kidnety Pills. They made
me entirely well. I can recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills highly."
Price 50c, at all dealers. 'Don't sim
lply ask for a kidney remedy-get
D)oan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mt's. Grahanm had. Foster-Milbur'n Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y'.
ovelty that you+
a ticket from us;
a the amount of *
d with 65 cents
an one of them.+
your choice of+
vi be returned *
with the pillow .*
pies we have on*
ItiartIs. 0tten & Go
Hell's Suits .... ..
13Oy's Suits .... ... .
Iln's Odd Jaiits .... ...
I3oy 's Odd Pants .... ...
- COlHllECT SYTi.ES :
Sunmner footwear is her,
Pumps, Oxfords, and Ties
from .... .... ... ....
uster Brown Shoes for 13
JA complete stork of Mteni's I
lish lasts in either bluchers
1". Reynolds 11d Beacons a
Other flakes .... .... ..
MEN'S STIit.i HATS
$1.00 to $3.00
TO LAY CORNERSTONE.
Interesting Iiercises to be Held at
Mountville Friday Afternoon at -1
Intertesing exercises incident Do
the laying of the cornerstone of thc
new Motrntville high school building
will be held Friday afternoon at 4
o'clock. A number or prominent gen
tiemen have been invited to make ad
dIresses, among them being Supt. of
Education J. H. Sullivan, R. E. Babb,
Esq., member or the county board ol
education, and Mr. Gleo. L. Pitts. The
Laurens Quartet will also be present
to sing several selections.
The school building is now almost
coimpjleted, only lacking finishing
touches on the interior. The build
Ing itself, unfurnished, cost over $7,
000 and is one or the most beautiful
as well as convenient school buildings
to be found anywhere. 8ecreral comn
mittees from other school districts
have visited Mountville to inspect it
and after comparinig it with those of
adjoining counties have singled it out
as being the one most nearly aip
proaching a model for communities of
that andl even a larger size.
Friday igh t following the corner
stone laying, a musical entertain
men11t and1( box suipper' willi'be given in
the school building for the beneflt of
lie improvement association. 'The
Lalurens Quaret wvill render a pro
grain of varied character, including
sentimental as wvell as humorous
songs anid skits. TPhe quartet has iii
readly visitedl a number of other
schools ont a sImilar mission and~ have
p~roved very popular attractions
wvhereever heard. The public is invit
ed to attendl both the exercises in the
afternoon andl the entertainment at
Heal1th a Factor In Success.
The largest factor contributing to
ai man's success is undt~oubtedly health.
It has 1been observedl that a mtant is
seildom sick whlen his bowels ai'e reg
tlar-he is never well wh'len they are
consti 1at1ed. Fot' constipation you
viil find nothing quite so good as
'hamtiberlain's Tablets. '[hey not on
y mtove the bowels but1 improve the
tppetite anid strengthen thle digestion.
r'hey are aold by all dlealers.
MImpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
1111 practice in all State C'ourta,
Fuomopt attention givenoal bsnss.4.
1i 1 ~fa1% 1
Ask the man on the inside of
one of our Michaels-Stern Suits
---get some "inside" informa
He's probably a ''custom"
tailoring convert--perhaps he
bought our "readys" "on suspi
cion"--but LOOK at him!
Note his lithe, supple grace; his easy lines. I +'11
See that "get there" look -that active, ready
when-you-are pose. You'd like to'do business I y?"
with him, like to be seen with him.
Then you come in this afternoon and
we'll show you just that kind of a man -in our
mirror. Are You On?
I'ilhtaui. rnam &t QSO.
Department! Men's Furnishings!
. .... ....$10.00 to 25.00 lin Brd Slirts 1.00 to 1.50
... .. .... ....2.50 to 10.00 .
. ........ .. ..... 1.00 to 7.50 dilk Shits ... .... ... 5
. ......... .. .... .39 to 2.50 No-1%de Shit. / 1.00
N SUMMER FOOTWEAR.
for the entire fiaimily, Colonial Neckear ...........................25 and .50
for Women and \lisses prices Phoenix (litranteed Half hose, Silk.............50
................1.50 to 4.00 Phoenix Guaranteed Half Hose, Lisle...........25
:ys and Girls, prices 1.00 to 2.50 Mii's Garters..10 to .25
............... .50 to 1.50 Suspeiders...........................15 to .50
ow cut Shoes including new Eng
or bals. The Edwin Clapp, Iion ........ ............25 to 1.00
t .... .... .... .. 3.00 to 6.00 Underwear, per garment......................25 to 1.00
k200 to 4S00 hooper's Union Sits ........... .... .... .... .1.00
LAURENS, Se C h MEN'S FELT AT.
e -$1.00 to $4.00
Underwear, per garment .... .... .... . .. ..2 o10
(NCm E fo mhesk m e
aA G fahinal figure
sorts of corset-pains and
know that Nemo CorsetsI
~give the very ultimate of
I ~and comfortgible that it's
I a pleasure to wear them.
I Nemo Week now. We are showing, and
selling, all the latest Nemo models
and they're wonders. We're almost
here what remarkable service these
corsets give. But see them, let us per- .
sonally demonstrate their exclusive
merits, and then you'll understand.I
,Nemo Corsets, are most extraordinary
S .values at the price
$3.00 and Upward
arem8 Best Store Laurens, South Caroln