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Miss Loule Crows, of Atlanta, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Mr. D. R. Murphy and son. of Eno- qz
ree, were in the city Tuesday.. n1
Mrs. Jack Davis, of Clinton, spent o
Thursday in the city with relatives.
Mr. Edward McCrady is sppnding 11
several days in Charleston on business. I
Miss Annie Gilkerson is spending f
awhile in Anderson visiting relatives.
Mrs. Geo. A. Browning, Jr., of Gold- t
ville, was shopping in the city yester- y
day. - t
' Magistrate .P. M. Hellams, of Gray
Court, was a visitor in the city yester- b
Mrs. F. P. Tatui and children. of a
McColl, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T
Mrs. John Spratt and little child d
are in Clinton visiting her mother, t
Miss Lola Delle Ramsey of Atider
son was the guest Sunday of Miss
Mrs. 1N. B. Wright and children of f
Ashville, .N C., are visiting Mrs. T1. .,
Crews in the city.
Rev. G. C. Iledgepeth, of Watts qill. 'l
returned yesterday from the Southern 'I
Mr. Earle Wilson has purchased a I
now model Hudson "Big Six" through
the Greenville agency.
Mrs. C. E. Parker, of IclIderson- i
Ville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Richey, Sr. C
Mr. an'd Mrs. W.-P. Thomason, Sr., s
of -the Shiloh vicinity, are visiting c
their son and Mrs. W. P. Thomason, Jr.
Mr. John F. Gray, of the Shiloh sec- I
tion, brought his little son to the hos- I
pital for treatment Monday morning. i
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. 'Cleveland, of t
Greenville, spent the week-end in the
city with Mr. and Mrs. Carlos R. Mose
Mr. J. R. Eliclelberger, the hustling Ii
agent of the Gulf Refining Company, I
spent yesterday in Greenwood on bits
MIsses Marguerite and Ilattle Simp
son, who have been attending Chicora \
college, have returned home for the I
Miss May Roper and Mr. Palmer .
Roper spent Saturday and Sunday in v
-Iaurens visiting at the honie of Mr. a
and Mrs. C. II. Roper. I]
Miss Smith, formerly milliner at
Davis Roper Company, camie up from il
Newberry Sunday to spend the (lay f
with Miss Bessie Crews.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle F'mitlh and lit
CIO children, of Columbia, are spending 0
a few days in the city with Mr. Smith's i1
lotlier, Mrs. J. R. Smith. d
Dr. A. J. Christopher returned yes- v
torday from Nashville, Tenn., where
he has been in attendance on the
Southern Baptist convention.
Mr. A. S. Perry, manager of the I
Idle Hour theatre, was called to Char- -
lotte Sunday morning on account of 1
the sudden death of his uncle. t
Mr. W. N. Austin and C. 1D. foyd, of c
'the Trinity-Ridge section. passed f
through yesterday on their way home
from the Southern Baptist convention.
Rev. M. L. Lawvson, who has been
attending the Southern Baptist con- c
ventlon In Nashville, Tenn., stolpped C
over for a few (lays in Atlanta to visit t
his son who is attending a medical 'I
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* OWINGS STATION NEWS. *
Owings, May 1 9.-The in terdenoim
Inational Sunday School convention
of Dials township was held in this i
town on May the sixteenth and a very I
interesting program was rendered. a1
'Tho welcome address was rnndered by C
Miss lBeulah Bryson. The floor was I
then to be giveni to Ernest White, '
who chanced to be absent on this oc- E'
casion, but at the request of the presi- C
dent, Rev. T. W. Munnerlyn readily
took his place. Messrs. C. B. Owings
and C. R. Wallace spoke. Then the e
mnonotony was changed by excellent t
mnusic by the choir, Mr. W. C. WVilkie s
acting as loader. An excellent dinner ~
was then served in the grove near
the home of Dr. G. WV. Owings. In the I
afternoon Drm. Brim, of Clinton, and E
Mr. liankin delivered excellent adl
dresses which were enjoyed by all
who heard thenm. A lar'ge crowdl at
tenided and all reported a good time.
The friends of Miss Sue A. Owings
'will be glad to know that she is speed
fly improving and has gained several
pounds 'since she went to Ashville,
Mr. and Mrs. Dolfus Owings were
the guests of Mrs. Ella Stoddard last
Miss Lula Elchoiborger, of Laurens,
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Owing.
Dr. Brim spent the weeli-end with
Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Hunt.
Mrs. Dr.G. W. Owings has returned
from Baltimore where she has been
undergoing an operation.
.Mrs. Owings Is progressing nicely
and is able to resume her duties.
J. T. Stoddard was in Laurens en
bnninean last lMonday. .
Madden May 19.-Wien did the "old
st inhabitant" ever remember as
luch cold and windy weather in the
1erry month of May Don't all you
Id timers speak at once!
IDespito some sickness -among the
ttlo folks preparations for Children's
lay goes on apace. We are looking
Drward to a nice day Saturday.
Dr. A. B. Langston was among
hose who attended the Baptist con
ention in Nashville. He was one of
lie speakers for the occasion.
The friends of Mrs. Bezs Wright will
e glad to know that she is convalesc
ig rapidly after her severe illness
Ir. Wright came down from Spartan
urg for the week-end.
Mrs. John R. Finley spent Wednes
ay in Laurens as the guest of her sis
Dr Mrs. Evie Power and a very en
3yablo day was spent.
"Aunt Ieb" went up and accom
anled hr nephew Douglass Bryson,
omo from the hospital. Douglas is a
avorite out. our way and all delight
know he Is getting better.
rwo imore cases of nimups-Mr.
'hurman Finley andl Miss Jessio
'hiompson are the ifflicted ones now.
Mrs. M. T. Allison spent part of
1ist week with her niece Mrs. May
The writer recently had the pleas
re of spending a (lay at the home of
Ir. Elisha Watkins. A quarter of a
entury ago I spent the (lay at that
ame place. The hostess on that oc
asion was Aunt Betsy Teague. Her
;uests for the day were Mesdames
,ee Shaw, Lula Henry, Dorcas eWin
y. Lou Dean. Allie Martin, Kate Cunt
.ingham and the writer. When I
liought of that day
I felt like one who treads alone
Some banquet hall descrted,"
r all but me have gone. The same
Ind hearted hospitality for which the
'inley home was noted is still (is
ensed there by Mrs. Watkins and her
leasant daughter, Miss Bess.
Again has death been in our imidst.
Vhen the evening shades gathered on
ist Monday evening the spirit of John
.Madden went home. lie had been
ick for several months and his death
as not unexpected. lie leaves a wife
nd five children, two sister, and one
rother to mourn his death.
Mr. Calcutt of Augusta and Mr. Robt.
'immerman of Clarks 1111 were here
cr the funeral of their father-in-law
ist Tuesday at Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. John Armstrong of LaurcIIs was
ut this way Tuesday morning hunt
ig chickens. lie came in the wrong
irection till after Childrens Day any
William Lawson and Miss Enmmna
torn, both of Enorce, were married by
lagistrate Crews in his office Monday
iorning, in the presence of a few in
arested spectators. Following the
cremony the couple left immediately
r their future home.
Autos Increasing Raipidly.
According to the records in the
lerk of court's omlce, there have been
ver fifty automobiles purchased in
his county since the first of the year.
'lie last car registered with the clerk
ore tho iiumber 287 and several
nowvn to have been sold had not been
Lcensed. The county will easily pass
le three hundred mark before the
ad of the year.
Violatedl (Child Latbor Laiw.
C'ol umbia. May 15l.-CVom missioner
Vatson announed~ today that it was
ecessary yesterday to have arresiedl
woman at Pacolet for violation of the
1h11( labor laws. lHer child was undler
2 years of age andl was worked in a
till. She was finied $10. 'rhe arrest
'as made under orders of Inspector
roesshel, of Chester.
ndlgestion. Can't Eat? No Appetites
A treatment of Electric Bitters in
reases your appetite; stops indiges
Len; you can eat overytpiing. A real
pi~nng tonic for liven, kidney andl
tomach troubles. Cleanses 'your
thiole system and you coel fine. Elec
ric Bitters did n prf for Mr. TI. D).
'ceble's stomach tjibles than any
iedicino lie over ti d. Get a bottle
)day 50c and $1.00 at your dlrug;Ist.
ucklon's Arnica Salvo for' Eczema.
Largest and most comp]
will find only
give youa privacy with the joys of
"out o' doors." Sleep, eat on your
Got air, keen appetite and deep sleep
through Dr Air, who soothes nerves back
to health. Vu3dors laat. You can see out
but not in. They keep fresh, for they're
stained-not painted. We have them in
various widths. $3 to $10 will equip the
average porch with Vudors,
They are cheaper beenuise they are
ettier, 4, 0, 8 and 10 ft. sizes In stock.
"The Freezer wth thle
The most wonlerfil of all freezers. P v
meanls Of its astonishimg nerat inig Spon)4'
it whips n:r into (ery particlo of th"
freezing cream, making ice ern m t 1h-:t .
a revelation in texture end delicacv.
)'; breakn all rceords in rp-, t!
makes perfect ice cre~ua
fi 3 imixariteg.
Itequires muc let 'bor tad um.s lasr
Ice and salt 0han aINy < !.,r .
See it before y)ut I1:7. a f,
2, :1 4, 6, and 10 f(. sizes in stock.
Once you use an Alaskia you wi ll nev
er use any other.
Ice boxes thait keel) lee. Several sizes
to select from. Price fronm $8.75 up.
II We invit
IIS. M. &E.
NOTICE OF EllTION. saild qtuestlon,
Stat ofSouh Crolnaon the 36th (da
Cunt y of L auroln, erton in said
Couny ofLanrits.agemient of the
Whtereas, petitIons signed by a le- district.
gal number of the qualifiedI electorsq Only such el
and free-holders resIding In Sullivan per sonail prol
school district No. '7, banu rens county, who exhibItt
South CarolIna, atsking for ant eletlin r egistI vtlon C
upon01 the question of votIng- an addl- In the gener a
tional 0on0 mIll tax upon the pr op- Iow~ed to vote
erty In saId school district to be~ used T hose favo 0
rot' school purposes5C. ha~ve been fIled liona taxd shal
wvith the county hoard or educationini ii, e or
an electIon Is hereby orider' upont edili(( thereion.1
GREAT VALUES IN
ete stock ever shown ii
goods of guaranteed qu
are the lowest to be fou
de - i~
RE- ENFO RCED
THE KIND THAT LAST
Beautiful line In stock. Prires from
Go--Carts, light, dura1uble, ensy -runn, li,
from $t.5 up.
n :: UM5RO DIl
M~ost complete and best line of
e you to call and inspec
SH. Wilkes d
said election to 1)e held mila ito lta
y of May, 1911 at Bre'w- ltcnann h
listr'ict, undler the man- Itn o rne hr
trustees of Bald schoolopn ttehor f
ectors as return real or Ith horo 4o'l
erty for taxation andnonwe thy ha
leir tax .rOceipts and tebloscutd
ertifle se as reeguired Tetute hl
I(i Idof shall be al- o h lcint h
Ifig t he one mill addi-tonwthntu (ly
I vote a ballot contain- am
TIES" written or print
i'hs gaist he o e na 113e hourdef
ti te ou o 4o'l
Th. I eY tru.. e L hal. DUP
i the State. Here you
ality yet our
Finest line of Refrigerators ever
shown. Price frone $9.50 up to $50.00.
Splendid Porch Itockers and Settees.
'rices fronm $1.2# up.
CGINAL O. STOVE ".QUIPPE0
H A GLASS FOUNY
PLE AS A LAMP.
(ES A CLEAN AND POWERUL
Y TO RE-WICK OR REGULATE.
PORCELAIN EURNER DRUMS
T CAN'NOT RUST, AND AUTOMA- |M
WICK STOP WHICH PREVEN'TS
ARY COAL OIL *n
Oil Stoves ever shown in city |
n $7.50 up
m ." voe,,"a WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
>n. Polls shall .em and an - i rouble wiher kia
8 o'clock In the neys and bladder? Ihnve you pains in
enaini Open1 un loins, side, back and bladder? Ihnve you
>c ntheatr flabby appearance of the race, and un
I be closed, and urine? Ir so Wi~nrns' rde Pt1 w
oure you--I 1rup.:Ist, l'rice 50c.
'lport the r'esult WILLIAMS MFC..CO., Preps.. Cleveland,OhIs
county auditor 't1Ui(EAN bi)t ,00.
ndtent of educal- ""CWC"j"" !I '
SHSulvn .. C. lins & Co. heats the world
' .SI mm w hen It. (oines to sellinug not Ionsa nua
rf County Iloard. racket goods.
o, N. Y.. HMILTN.ir Oiur.