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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Many Things of Interest About the
People of the Neighboring Town.
Clinton, Alay 19.-Ilhursday after
nloon itt 5 o'clock 'Mrs. J. F. Jacobs and
Miss Clara Duekett gave a lovely re
ception in honor of Mrs. Jlones of Vir
ghdta, M rs. Townsend of Anderson
Miss Mary Cooper of Wisacky. Thi
guests were imtet at the (1Q01o by Mrs. W.
J. Balley and Airs. W. 13. Owens and
invited into the parlor by Mrs. Bitler
Who introduced them to the receiving
line. comi)osed of Mrs. 1. F. Jacobs,
xifr. Townlsen(d, Misses Gra'e and 11.
.\lartin, Nirs. Grolhamt, liss Duckett.
Miss Cooper and Mlrs. Jones. From
tihe parlor the guests were invited in
'o tle dining room by Mrs. G. Ii. Ellis.
Ina the dining room 'Mrs. A. V. lartin
.tnd .l rs. Ceorge Wigh t presided an d
lellciols cream, eake and mints were
-e('ved by Misses Mar'y lean. Mljorie
lpen!e(r..lssie Dillard, Antia Kate
vev.ell and Millie Yoting. The gts
-vero then inivited inoto the library
wher' deliciols pinei h t was s'rved by
'lisses i'raess ant Franks. Thev lout' e'
was ma11l' lovely wih ta\ss of swoet
waca in (ach roont. .\hbotut I I "guests
called dur11ing the hour.
Misses Grave and It. Martin of X'ir
-lnia are visitin; th'it I other Prof.
.\. V. Mart in.
Mrs. Iarnett has retI utned to leri
home it Atlanta after visiting her
-laughter .Mrs. A. Y. Marti t for ithe
Mrs. John Sp iratt returnedi to her
homtie in I.airents TuIesday after spend
'ng two weeks wIth .\rs. W. G. Neville.
Mlisses .tiit anl Kliza Neville left
today forI a two wVeeks visit to rela
ives inl Washington.
Messrs .ehni Youing, Cyrus Bailey
ind William .Jacobs left Saturday for
Davidson, N. C.
:\'s. .1. Whtnitan Smith left Tuesday
Mr. Irwlin Steele of Statesville, N.
spent the week-end in Clinton.
Rev. l10. M. Llghtff ot and Dr. T. L.
W. Bailey spent the past week in Nash
ville, Tenn., attending the S'oitherin
MIrs. Ton Leake of Paris, Texas, Is
the guest of Mrs. C. C. Halley.
Messrs. .1. C. HP. ier, 'apt. F. S,
ivans, L. A. larrow and .1. W. Colic
!and, jr., returned Thursday fron At.
!anta, where they attended the Shrin
Miss Allie Carviin is visiting rela
tives Inu Coliibia.
Miss Lizzie Griifiln of (ross Hill h
the guest of Mrs. .1. T. Robertson.
Mrs. 11. 11. lloyd has returned fion
a visit to Florence, S. C.
)r. WV. C. lar'per and J. W. Cope
land, jr., spent. Monday in Greenville
Mr. J. F. .lones, V. 1. Owens. lnt.
ier andi Lawrence Keck are in Green
\ille this week.
Miss EIliza Neville returned Satuir
lay from Belton where she taught tin
Miss Einma 1Iipp of Mountville
)eIt the week-eld in Clinton.
Mt's. A. JT. Spioles of Greenweoo
spent last week with her dlauighter'
Mrs. F. M. Poland.
*Mrs. E. Ei. Dr'iggs has returned ft'ort
a visit to relatives in Spiartnh urg.
Mr. El wood I illa rd is visiting ii
.\trs. A. ii. Ilienry3 i. in the htospital
Mi's. J. F. Livitngston Is ont a v'isit Ic
relatives in Ahhbevil le.
"Thle Airdome"' a newv mov'ing plc
ture concern was opened to thte pub.
'ic on Thursday night and it is ex
liected to ho a great success. Thte
piersonis whio are Interested in it arc
Messr's 'T. P. P. Car'soit, WV. Il. Shande
and .Jack Shealy.
'This is two first cilass lpiture shtowv
for the c'ity' of ('linton.
1U li imitismi fI!nicky 13'uraaed.
"'My sister's hunshaod htad an attael
or rheum'atism ini his arm,'' wr'ites
'veil known riesidentI of Newton,. I own
"'I gave him a bottle of' Chamnberlain't
LinimtentI whicht le appilied to his ant
and on thie nextI01 mri'ngi. thle rheumai
t'am waIs gonte." Foi' citroii muscu
Iai' rhletumtismn yout will find( nothtlin
better than it(hamb ierlai n's Li niment
sold by all dealers.
F"UNEIIA\L 01-' I EY. (4. A. WICI(JIIT.
fIast Serv ices .\r noItch! at Oldl Ilomte ati
Newbei'ty, M\ay 1-I.---'Te funeral
.services of' the Rev. G'eor'ge A. Wrtight,
whio died \W'rdnesday at .Johinston,
were held it Newhlerr iy lthis a fterinoon
1.t 5 o'clock int thte ir'st flaptist chtur'cht
'Thie sei'vices wer'e conidutcte bc y Pas'
'ors of Newbierry'. 'Thei'e was a largc
nutmber' to attn I anidlie fiutei'al iiro
r'Os4iont was probibly the ltargest ini
hie istory of Newhlerryi. All stormes arid
110ops were claosed whtil e thle set'vices
IKeep Ilowel Mruieent Itegrular,
Dr.,1( Ki's New Life P'ills kee;p
Vtomaci(h, liver' and kidneys in heailthy
condition. PId the body of poisonts
'-ind( waslte. Impriitove yourt coml)plexioni
by flushing the~ liver' alnd kidneys. "'I
-(t moer" ir lie fr'om one hio' of Dr.
* 'lg's Newi Life Pills than any medl
now I ever tried." ays C. E. Tintfleidl
of Chicngo. Ill. 25c at yonr dri'ngist
Whereas, the 'upreme Ruler of the
Universe has removed from us by
death our esteemed Past Chancellor,
,John M. Ciion, therefore be it
Iesolved I. That while we mourn
tle loss of at brother Knight, (alled
a way in lie's prime ind promise. we
sorrowfully bow in huilde submis
sion to tle Divine WiIl. When we caln
not -uiderstattd we can trust the wis
doim that is Inlinite and the Love that
isuna it .
11. That In the death of Knight
.ol u M. Cannon, Laurens Lodge has
lost at good and true comrade and his
vidow aild (11ild anl affectionate his
band an11d father.
Ill. That 0111 kIndliest sympathies
ar*e hereby tendered 1i1s bereaved fain
ily and relatives and that at page lin
Oi F4I (ord Ibook 0he dedica.ed to the
m':y (f oill decelsed brot(hI "e 11 (1
tl:&t a copy of this action of our lodge
1e' Oilished in the South Carolina
Il.bi:in aid thl4 e c11. ounty papels.
1. F. Tolbert.
Geo. Lj. Pitts,
Ii. K. Aiken.
COND)Li:N('ES lROM GOV. iL.EIASE
Sent Telegram of S1 m1pailhy to Widow
of .John M. ('annon. Severe and
Gov. Cole l'. lIlease was among
those whl]o setl telegraimis of symp hathby
to .lMrs. .John M. Cainnon following the
homicide last week. Col. Cannon was
a close personal and political friend .
of tile governor aind had beei holored
iv sevoral giberiatorial appointments.
I It was flirst appointed .udge Advo
cate Genle'al on the staff of Gov. Blease
and only a few dJays before his death
was appointed ai regent of the hospital
for the insane. Tihe telegram of sym
pathy was a follows:
Columbia, S. C., May 12th,
'Mrs. John M. Cannon,
11111els, S. C.
llave just learned of your heavy
bereavement and want to express to
you 1m1y deepest and illost. heartfelt
sympathy In the death of Col. Cannon.
Lauirens county and South Carolina
has lost a true and noble son and I
feel the deep personal loss of one of
lily trueost alnd cloest friends. If there
Is anything which I cann possibly do
for you in this (lark hour of grIef I
sha1ll be very grateful if you will call
upon ile. Tile sad intelligence was a
most. severe and painful shock to me.
Cole L. Blease.
Meeting of Song of Veterans.
A meeting of Camp W. D. Simpson,
. C. V. Is called for Thursday, the e
21st Inst. at flve o'clolck P. M., inl the 1)
oflice of Simpson, Cooper & Babb, for fl
tile purpose of electing delegates to the )
Reunion to be held at Anderson. S. C. 'I
onl the 27th and 28th of May and col- s
lecting the annual dues of members. 1
Members must come prepared to pay It
lifty cents to General Division and fif
tee)) cents to South Cairolina Division, 0
wichl muilst be plaid In 0oder to retain fi
membeship111. Prlomp~t attendlance is a
H1. Y. Simpson.
W. D). F'erguson,) Commandant.
iF SKIN ITCHES :"
AND BREAKS OUT
(Oet OIInEce ofd bold4-5ulphurlI creatm and1(
healt E('eema erumptionts r'ight upi.
Fr yearis, common101 bold-sulphur111 hats ti
occuied)0( a secur position101 In the a
tr'eatmlenlt of cntaneous affections, by 14
reasoni of itsi parasito-diestr'oyinlg 11
infl1ammal~tor'y coindItions1 of the skin.
The momlenlt y'ou aply~ it to an it(ch- E
ing~ 01' briokn1 (out skidj the itchinlg
stops5 and11 the hea11 lng4 beginls. saysl a)
noted diermati Iologlst. Jus1t commonl 0
ho( l-sulhu 1111'nadeQ Ip'to a thiick camil
effectIs such prijIiompt 3 and(11' rimar1kalle
r'esultts, event ini aggr'avated icezeallt q
that It Is ai never-enldinag sour ce of
almazeme~lnt to phiysicianus.
Whuile not1 always e'stablishinug a per'
manent (11re it nee fails to subdue
tihe angry itchIng and(1 irritatio and1 111(
hieal t he i'keema rIght up and 11 it is of- n
ten yearis iater before any13 erup tion
agaInl appears: on5 the11( skin.
Any13 good phar'maeist will sulyl~ an (11
onnlen of hol-sulphur111 ('reamI1 which 0
shliid lbe app11lied to tie Irritated or '
IIreams 11( It . isn' un laa n the (14111 ' ') 1*
t)romp lt ' rlief a fforded 1s very'3 wet- a
come11, particular ily wh'ien 1 the erption1 ti
1s a~ccomlpaniled with1 itchin11g. b)
.3. C. Hun s & Co. for loth1ii n g, hats. b
sho(es4. They sell samei goodis for' less )'
IIiceent Ford Pur1(lItchser.
Summer' flros., the F"ord agents, have
anI)noun ced tihe 81a1( of eight m~ore m~a
ch11ines In '.ie last fewv wveek:s. Amonlg a
thle purichasers ar Dr' ~i. A. J1. Chr iisto-b
plhlr, Lauren's;5 X Wiilla Solomon110, Laut
renls; A. Ti. Adams. Laurens; W. WV. a
Madden and L. E. Corbett, B~ods Cross Y
Rloadts; F. .J. Br'agg, Fountainl 1111; P.
N. Crocker, Clinton; and Gleo. A.
nnoner, of 'ross 1r11mt
FRI, W 1
OF V. t tim e
Our Notion Department!
Childlren's Painev S'ox oly ..... .... .... .... .... .10
(Ih ildren's lney 1Parasol onl. ..... .... .... .... .. .25
Children's white llose .... .... .... .... .... .10 and .15
Ladies' Silk U ost . .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .25
LIalies' Parasol from .... .... .... .... .. .... .75 t o 5.00
1,Iadies' Caue Vest. tape 1i rek, only ..... .... .... .. .05
.adies' white Hlose .... .... .... .... .10, .15, .25 and .50
Ladies' Corset Covers, laced trimelnt only. ..... .... .15
No. 96--19-inch back Corset, only .... .... .... .... .50
Jtist received big lot Tango Pins only. . .... .... .... .25
Also Tango Hlair Pins .... .... .... .... .... ..25 and .50
New Things in Ladies' Hand Bags, only .... .... .. 1.00
lies' Collars, Ruching and lBeads. We have just what you
Card of Thanks.
With hearts overflowing with deep
it gratitude we desire to give an ex- NE31 CORSETS
i'eon of thanks to neighbors and
-lends for their kindness and sYm
ithy shown us in our bereavement.
his ministration of love and faithful
irvice of the physician make our sor
)n easier to bear and our burdens
In the dark hours we thank God for
ur friends and for the comfort their
-tendship afford us andi comnmendi us
ii to the care of our I leavenly Fa
icr "who doeth all things well."
Mrs. .John A. Madden and Family.
Notice to Veterans.
Veterans who will attend State Re- S pi
nion at Anderson, May 27-28 can get
adges at the office of' the Probate
u dgc. _________
Illease Namtes ('ol. D~ean.
Columbia, May 16.--Col. A. 11. Dean,So e f
romninent lawyer of Greenville, was
)day aipopinted b~y Governor flecase frm a a s y
a a member of the board of regents
succeedi the late Col. John M. ('an- O
an, of Laurens. This completes the Of a U L
arriages and1( Go-Carts.
S. .i. &FE. 1. W I LS & CO.Al
'ANY (O1lD Tro Ql'(Al) ,A l$ 25
lansAvoid Taking .the Drug
andi Use Dodson's Liver Trone In ItsAl $175 Su
Place to Their Comfort and DelIght.Al
D~odson's Liver TIone. ia a harmless,
labevoget able -lIIquhl(. It is made $ 00
>take the place of' dangerous callo-A l$ 50 u
Cal'ome'l in Ilarge doses is a poison.
is a mIieral . a formt' of imercury,
htit does5 uleasantly 11uP3 amnd veryl ~ ~ u
fie w~iith decided dan ger ini cases
fconsipalonI and1( sluggish Iliver,.
odsoni's Liver Tone does for you
ufely and1( pleasantly, with nio pin i s o t
udi no gripe. Ilodsoun's does not ini
wriere in any way IIth y'our reguar
usiness, habits or 4liet.
Diodsoni's 1,1ver TPpne N hacikedl upDr s
y a guarantee of ' "sautisfaci tion tor
stur muoney bact(k."' as the L.aurens
'rug Co. wvillI tell you.
Oorsei't so successful andI so re
able a remed '(y has Its iitat ors, hut
uls store has D~odaon anrd wvill not1
a temienlts. D odson i's 11VL ir uT haIs
'm n adl" fr'om th Ii( Arst to take he li
lace of Calomel. It "'livenis tiheL u
ver," overtcomes(' const 1pat1ion agre'e
bily andI nmakes you feel good anrd if
)I arie not. sa tisfiedi comtpletel y withI
the Lauirens Dru'ig Co. wvill hand ALt
10k thme puirchase price ( 50e) to you
aen "Miss beautiful" thinks of a
ling, be it her own or that of a
d,she thinks of us. She knows that
)NE place to come to buy wedding
Is is our store. But be it for wed
s, for "good old summer time" or
other time or occasion, we, at all
s, are equipped to please you.
one" and a reasonable price are
two things that have made our
k the RELIABLE store. You just
t to SEE our Summer Goods.
Just Received Big Shipment!
27-inel Dixey Plisse Crepe, only .... .... .... .... .15
31-incl Win(lsor Costine Crepe, all the new styles only .20
27-inch Brown Linen .... .... .... ... .... ....O.. .10
36-inch-1 Browni Linen .... .... .... .... .... .... .15
36-inch I letero (Cylk " Won't Pade ' only .............25
40-inch W hite Lawi .... .... .... .... .... .... .. .10
27-inch Arutindel Crepes, woven colored fancy, the yard .10
30-inch Printed F'laxon Linen, thread finish ......... .15
25-inch Anthrim Lawn only .... .... .... .... .... .05
27-inch all linen, worth 20c per yard, checks and stripes
only . .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .10
One lot 25! goods, special this week at .... .... .... .15
W. B. CORSETS
--- ON ALL
1g Coat Suits
our best numbers to select
ing of $2.00 to $6.00 Dollars
~et Yours Now.
ts 20 per cent. off . . . $8.00
ts.20 per cent. off . . . $10.00
ts 20 per cent. off . . . $12.00
ts 20 per cent. off . . . $14.00
ts 20 per cent. off . . . $16.00
ts 20 per cent. off . . . $20.00
ts 20 per cent. off . . . $24.00
ent White Voile and Lace
ses at Popular Prices.
'ens' Best Store