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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. B. W. Lockner spent Sunday in
Mr. John Machen of Princeton is
in the city visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. 1). Riddle of Green
ville are visiting relatives here.
Miss Marion Hiampton iert Sunday
for a visit in Georgia and Florida.
Mr. J. L. M. Irby of Charleston,
spent Saturday and Sunday here with
Misses 'Cook and Parsons are the
guests of Misses Marguorette and lar
Miss Louiso Fleuing arrived In the
city yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Fleming.
Mr. D. C. McLaurin has sold a
8tudebaker Four to Mr. G. A. Cope
land of Clinton.
Miss Grace lDupre, of Spartanburg,
visittd M1r. and Mrs. Carlos It. Mosley
several days last week.
Mr. Laurens Crews left Tuesday for
a short visit in Greenville with Mr.
and Mrs. J. Y. Wallace.
Mr. Monroe Plekens, of Greenville,
spent several days last week with Mr.
and 'Mrs. Thomas Downey.
Mrs. J. C. Goggans of Newberry is
in the city visiting at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. L. G. Balle.
Mrs. Lilly Sitton, of Anderson, has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. it.
Glikerson for several (lays.
Mr. D. L. Boozer. who lives in the
lower section of the county was in the
elty on business yesterady.
Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. McDonald of
Columbia, spent the week-end here
with Capt. and Mrs. Ran Little.
Miss Blanche Massey of Sevierville,
Tenn., is in Laurens visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. IH. Ileks.
Mrs. .lohn '. Stevens, of Kershaw,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Sitgreaves, an(l other relatives in
Mr. M. L. Nash, of Landrum, has
been spending several (lays in the ci
ty during the illness of his father, Mr.
J. IH. Nash.
Mr. P. M. Greenfield of the South
ern Railway spent Tuesday here as
the guest of Is egliege-mate Mr. Ed
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Smith and fam
ily went to Saluda last week where
Mrs. S'mitth and the children wiln re'
main for some time.
Miss Lucille Padgett, who has5 been
living with her aunt, Mr's. B. K. Hum
phries, and attending school here, left
Monday ror hecr home in Pelzer'.
'Misses Lucy Vance and Claude
Darlington left yesterday for Sumter
where they will spend several weeks
as the guests of Rev. and Mr's. Marion.
Mr. Randolph Little and lion.
Pascal Childress left 'lruesday for
Parks Station wvhere they spent sev
oral minutes before returning to the
L. E. Medlock, of Fountain Ing, and
Ernest Taylor, of Princeton, spent the
week-end in the city with Mr. and
Mrs. T. L. Monroe and other relatives.
Miss Amelia Toddl has returned from1
Do You Wa
If so, call a
find out .ho'
e grocer all sub
ou for Royal Bak
There is no sub
Royal is a pure,
ing powder, an
offered as su '
Charleston where she has been under
going treatment for the past fev
weeks. Her many friends will be glai
to know that she is well again.
Mr. R. 1. Greneke, who has charg<
Df the local news department of th<
Newberry Herald and News, has beci
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wrigh
near the city for several days. M
G1reneke is Just recove ing from I
illness of several weeks, durinj
which time his sparkling locals hav
i)een very much missed from Page S
HJUIlAL LETTElI CARMit1ERS.
Every rural letter carrier in Lau
rens county is earnestly requested t4
meet at the court house on May 31
it 11 a. In.
Every carrier knows from pas
,xperience, UInt it is to his interes
in nmany ways, tc(. nu:norous to mien
Lion here, to belong to the associa
But if there were no other reason
the Ifact that the state associatio
meets in our neighboring county o
Spartanurg, sho'uld arouse enougl
'ounity pride to causo us to comez to
;ether and send a full de.~gation.
Let its meet Saturday twenty-ili
itrong, and go to Spartanburg as ti
aner county of the state as Lauren:
J. E. Johnson,
GIray Court, S. C.,
Alay 26, 1914.
Mt. Olive, May 25.-Owing tc th
montiiiued dry weather, the farmer
ire becoming somewhat discourage
with their crops. Very few in thi
oniinimmnity have good stands.
A number of people from this coin
munity attended a fish dinner nea
\%r% J. II. Culbertson's a few days ngc
Those who attended the Children'
)ay at Prospect from here were Miss
3s Maude and Thelma Wells, 1il;
\fartin and Molly and Ethel Culbert
ion and Messrs. Stokes Martin ani
Miss Sarah Cooper returned hemi
from Linwood college last Wednes
lay after a very successful year'
Mrs. WV. B. Hluffman and children o
iLaur'ens visited relatives here lasl
Miss Sula Mae Bolt returned homn
rromn Greenville Friday.
Mr. B. J. Culbertson recently wven
o Greenwood and purchased a reap
Mrs. 'E. E. Pitts and little daughteir
blois, of Poplar Springs spent Satur
lay at the home of Mr. WV. E. Wash
Will Sing in Ware Shoails.
The Laurens Quartette will give ai
antertainment at Ware Shoals nov
Baturday night, May 30th. The en
ertainment will be given in the audi
orium of the Y. M. C. A. hall and wil
egin at 8 o'clock.
nt a Five
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* NEWS FROM YOUNGS.
Youngs, May 25.-The weather con
tinues dry hi this section. Spring oats
are a failure. Some places cotton i
a good stand and some has been chop
ped out. A great deal of the cotton
crop won't come up at all until it
rains. Tlhe seed are as dry as when
planted. Several are planting their
Mr. Eb. Knight's little two-year-old
son died last Monday near Wallace
Lodge after about 10 days of sickness.
The body was buried at Warrior
Creek church Tuesday.
George Wallace, the little 18 months
old son of Dr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Bunch
of Spartanburg died at his home last
Monday, after being sick several
weeks. The body was brought to Wal
- lace burial ground near Wallace Lodge
r for Interment. Funeral services were
I held at the home of Mr. W. W. Wal
lace (Mrs. Bunch's father). Rev. J.,
) K. McCain of Gray Court assisted by
) Rev. 'D. D. Junes of Itasley.
Dr. Bunch's mother and brother,
t and Mrs. Lily May Cannon, with the
parents, accompanied the remains
Rev. and Mrs.. D. Jones, of Mas
ley, stopped over a day or two with
friends in this community last week.
Th'3y were enroute to Orangeburg
county to visit Mlrs. .Jones' father and
mother. They are both very pleasant
ly remembered here. ir. Jones serv
ed as pastor here three years, and
Mrs. Jones who was Miss Mattie Tar
rant was principal of our school two
sessions. She has also taught at oth
'er places in this coulty.
Mrs. Arana Hicks of McColl, S. C.,
visited her father and mother, Mir. and
Mrs. W. W. Wallace last week.
Mr. W. W. Huirdett and Miss Lee
Glenn were married at Gray Court.
by Rev. Mr. Munnerlyn last Wednes
(lay. WN'hile it wasn't a complete sur
prise to their friends, very few knew
it would occur at that time. Those
who accompanied them were i'. Jo.
Burdett, father of the groom, Allss
Otis Glenn, the bride's sister, and Mr'.
aiid Mrs. Mills Cox. Airs. Cox is a
cousin of both the bride and the groom
Messrs. W. 11. Wilkie, J. H. Aber'
crombie, Carroll Abercrombie, De-Wy
att Glenn, and -Lewis Hammett attend
ed tIe Spartanbhurg county singing
convention Sunday at Woodr'liff.
Nllqs Nannie Cox who has been at
tenlding school at Laurens has re
Air. Robert Stewart and family of
Lanford visited a's. M. A. Abercrom
Mlalcolm lFloyd of Welford Is visit
ing his uncle, Mir. W. 0. Suton.
Mr. C. '. Wilie's family had a mess
of siap beans from their garden yes
Miss lucile Cox's school closed Pr
(lay. SIe gave a plenic Satirday
which was enijoyed very much by the
pupils and a few of their parents. It
was near Enoree river and some of
the men went fishing and caught fish
In enclosing a post1 office money oi'
dei' for $2.00 to pay his subscription
two years in advance (in advance,
note!) Mr. J. S. Martin, for'mer'ly of
this county, wrote this to The Adver
March 25th, 191..
The Laurens Advertiser,
Laurens, S. C.,
Inclosed you wvill find money oirder'
foir two mnoi'e yeai's subscription to
your paper. I receive my papei' on
Monday after it lteing lprinited the
Wednesday before and( have not miss
ed getting an Issue for over' two yeai's.
I have been living upi her'e in this
-Northwest counttry almost nine years
and during that time your paper' has
madle reimarkable iimprovement.
J. S. Martin.
Mr. Martin holds a responsible 1)o
sition with the Northern Pacific Tierm
inal Company of Oregon.
Colored Ret ial.
Rev. C. S. Wilkins, a coloi'ed evan
gelist of Macon. Ga., is conduictipg a
revival service in the colored~ ilapti1st
chur'ch in this city and is said to he
doing much goodI among the colored
populatIon. The service will coni
tinueo foi' the next six or seven (lays.
White peop~le ar'e inivited to hear him.
FORt TORIDll LIVEIR
The best i'emedy for' livoi', stomach
or bowel troubles and especially con
stip~ation is the famous HOT SPRINGS
IDon't miss getting a box today
they tone up the liver, drive out the
poisonous waste in the bowels and
make you feel simply splendlid in a
Cut out Calomel and slam hang pur..
gatives, Try HOT 8'PRI-NGS LlVIDR
BU'VTONS jus6 once and you'll have
no use for any other liver remedy.
IPine for siok headache, sallow skin,
dull eyes and blotches. Druggists ev
erywhere for 25o.
Hot Springs Liver Buttons, Hot
Springs Rheumatism remedy and Hopt
Springs Blood Remuedy are -sold, 'in
Lanrens by Tatlrru Drugm Co
* CENTER POINT NEWS.
Center Point, May 25.-Another
week has passed without any rain.
The farmers of this section have a
very poor stand of cotton.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. C. Moore and
daughter, spent the week-end with
their daughter, Mrs. Gilmore \Vatson,
near Cross Anchor.
Mrs. W. I. Miller visited her sister
at Clinton last Tuesday, who is very
Mrs. Pink .Buchanan and son ,Bel
ton of Saluka spent Friday night with
Mr. G. W. Moore and family.
Miss Ola Stribling of Laurens, spent
SuInday with Misses Mayer and Belle
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Redden and lit
tle daughter Ruth spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Mr. G. W.
Moore and family.
Mr. J1im Miller and sister. Mamie
spenlt Saturday night with Aliss Iles
sie Watkins of Madden.
Several of this community attend
ed the Children's Day at Prospect
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Moore and fam
ily. and M rs. iluchlan1an1 and son, spent
Saturday with .\lr. and Nirs. Will Mar
1r. and Mrs. 1. W. Eilmore attend
ed the funeral of their brother-in-law
Alr. W\ill Davenport, at Mt. Olive last
Mr. B. Boyd was a business visitor
in Laurens last week.
Dials, .\lay 2..-'he dry weather
still continues anid inless a good ra in
Comes soon the clops wvill assuille a
Mr. Jim Baldwin an(d sonl, of Texas,
were recent visitors of Mr. ). 'i). lar
ris and family.
Misses .Owel Curry, EIlleel Curry
and Messrs States Curry andl' Marvin
Armstrong attended the coilillence
mlent at Fountalin [inn Friday evenl
Mr'. aiid Mrs. J. T. Gillespie. and
children of Greelville, and .\ir. .Julius
Curry and family were the guests of
Mi. Harris Curry and family Satu r
day night alnd Sunday.
M1r. .oc llronviiee had as his week
eld guest, Mrt'. H1ascom irow n lee of
Nliss .ewel ('urry was a visitor Sat
Iiuiday nighl, at the home of ir. anmd
.\irs. Towlies Curry.
Mihdshipmani .larvii Armilstroig of
the 1'. S. Navy, is at home niow oil a
furlough of several weeis.
M1 isses ('cil Owinigs, and Nita lHun
ter, returned to their lotmies T'I' esday,
from Chicora college, to spend tile
Mrs. I'.nmma Roper of Edeii, spent
Sa turd'lay wilh Mr. John Abercrombie
.11'. and Mr's. WV. S. Bolt anld clii
dren of the "Tavern" spent. Sunday
with Mr. J. R. Br'ownlee amnd fanmily.
Mr'. and Mris. H~enry Holder of Lau
rens, wvere in ouri midst Sunday.
The Cildren's Day exercises Sun
day afteriioon piassed off withiout a
hitch. Anl interesting program was
rendered. IEach anid every one taking
pai't doing the best they could in thoir
ownI way. The churich was beautifull
ly dlecor'ated for the occasion, and the
lar'gest audlieiice lthatihas bleen at
Dials for sonme tiime, lent their pros
enlce to gi'ace tile efforts of the chii
M1iss MTaurie Simpson of Shilohi vis
1(ted 11er sister' .\irs. Wistar Owings
Mr . and1( Mr1s. I~arl Gr'ay and little
son spent Suniday withl Mr.' andi Mrs.
Mr'. and Mr1s. Fate Henldersoni of
Friiendship visited Mi'. Sam Switzer
aiid family Saturday nighlt and Stun
311. and Mi's. Jlohn Moore of Owinlgs
were visitors at the hionme of Mri. Sami
Curpry and1( faitly Fr'iday.
M1isses Faninie and Sallie Br'owlee
spen1it Wedn iesdtay withI thIeiri sisterin.
Mr's. W., S. Bllot of iclkory Tavern.
Wor'kmenl w~ill)pro(ced to re'in lt
thie benches of thie churchl Mionday
anid othler impr~iovements will lie add
ed all (of whiich, when coimpileted, willI
nadd to the beaulty of the building con
In ipursuiance of the provisions of
Section 50 of the constitution and
rules of the Democratic party now in
force the iDemocratic executivo comn
mittee of the county of Laurens is
hereby called to meet at Iaurens
court house on Mond the first day
of Juno, 1914, atb10 clock a. m. for
the purpose of layim~ out and desig
nating each club dJ~t let and its boun
daries as, provided y the party rules
and also to form such new clubs as
the committee may doom advisable.
William C. Irby, Jr.,
Bee, our line of Aluminum Ware,
best, safestoegd cheapest ware td6.use.
B. M. & 10. H. W1LICS & CO..
USE AN OIL STOVE I
We have the largest and best line to select from, and
our prices are as low as possible to find any where.
We are showing a complete line of Florence Au
tomatic Oil Stove, New Perfection Oil Stoves, Quick
Meal Oil Stoves, Detroit Vapor Oil Stoves.
Don't burn yourself up over a wood stove when
we can furnish you an up-to-date Oil Stove that will
make cooking a pleasure and at a very small cost.
S.M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Laurens, S. C.
1.011 IIOUN'D-TitP ItATiES TO VAltI0US PI,.\CES OFF11EIIED IY SEA.
1OAltI) Alit LINI: IW. Y (Itates open for everybody),
FROM LAUIENS, S. C.
'To NASIVILLN, TiENN., and iCteturi, account Southern 1Baptist Convention,
May 13-20, 191-1. $12.70.
To OKLAHlO.M\A CITY, OKL.\., and return, a count General Conference, M.
.. Church, South, May 6-27, 191.. $:38..;o.
To 1II I, IL)A l Pill A, PA., and retirn, account National Electric Light Asso
ciation, .inne 1-5, Ii *-. $26.00.
To WAIIiNGTON. 1). C., and return, account ('a veiling Arlington Mon
ument and Peace Celebration, .1une .1, 1911. $20.55.
Association of America, .June 1.5-20, 191 1. $3.70.
FOR SCIIlDtI-LES OR OTIli INI"ORIATION, CALL, ON S-FAIIOAID
A('i'NTS Olt WiU'1'k ill l'NI)WCIISI(;Ni.),)
1). V. .Mlorrah, T. I'. A., Atlanta, G., C. S. ('omptoln, T. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.
FI'ed (Geisslel, A. G. 11. A., Atlanta, Ga.
P.NA31A C.ANAl, IN I'SE*.
Steady Strelall of Barges In Tow Now PINE BLUFF NEWS.
P'assing Through Big Ith.
WVashington, M1ay 1 4.--For the first
time water borne tralic is now pass-- 1Ii 31fMy2.-iueSrh
lng thriouigh tho Panamla canal, ac-thI1-otsbeofi'B..O
cording to reports that have beeni re-iS idStudya 9p
ceived at the headquai'ters of the r.I.W i'w~~ihMse s
Panama railroad in Newv York. e Wion Etol'''e', los
Though confirmation of the recport iwMers utrWainan
has not yet reached the WVashington Ae lwpi ii oNwer
office of the ishmian canal commnis-l)'WyOfatobercnl.
sion it is known that ample priov'islonl1M' I .io''.alhsgn otl
had beeni maide by Col. G'oethauls foi'r 'e~'o optlfi ietct i
the institution of water' serv'ice be-laifle onilb wtusgins
ginniing not later' than M1ay 10. As a i5oe'tonihtSiilodtob
matter of fact, according to thle Pain- slo
amna railroad r'epor'ts, the service ac- M' 1 .G'li pn h ek
tiially becgain last Satur'day and a cllwtI i1 liiltiM'.I.N
steadly stream of bai'ges in tow~ is now (n'eo a''sSrns
paossinig thiough t he canal. 'ieIlni colhdisana
Tr'ieedoiis conlgestionl in iintei'- llnea ~~tI rdeo h 3
oceanic commnerce caiusedl 1)y the sus- Teyugciaeli ans ~a
peinsioin of service on the Tehuante-ringniililg, hlet ldr
pe i'ailroadl iln souther'n Mexico l~isdei''ntafi.
br'oiight about thIiis rather pr'eimatiure Mi.M .hozinateilc rs
openting of tihe canal to tradl~e. S'ev- le '~deisI)3 xicssSt
ce'al of tihe great freight linlers which.,i'ly
ha conljuinction withI the similar ser- M'.L ' 'asadM'.I.D
vice on the Pacific, mailtaliled tiade litfd We 'ilos fM'.
lines between Europe anld thle F'aru I I.It'wi i i at e
East via Tehuantepec have recentl1 isA o iii iitn is V
ap)pear'ed at C'olon and1( Pa niama offer-A.IiiZmii
ing cargoes for' shiIpmieint ovel and .less I.(.a1( .lo'~aio
fari beyond the caipac ity3 of the Il'aniania i'eiwowic ii lmfo1(
C'ol. G:oethials has not yet. reportedl M' i llWa 3 ic wf vuetl
to Washington jiust when the canlalgussotlii'rth. .I.Cap
will Ihle opened to mer'chant shipping iIlswek
buit the under'stanldinug here is that the
waterway is priactically finishled and Idgsin a' aN peio
thlat even no0w there is a sufficient Atetlito lcrcfitr n
channel through the Culebra cut foireae oi'aleie tp nigs
almost any wai'ship or liner. Srn o~efrlvxkde n
it is understood thlat thuis barge scer.o. c rule.Censs yu
v'ice is to be operated on about a 12whlsytmadoufefn. ec
hours' schedule from the Atlantic to t'cfitr i oefr r .D
time Pacific, which allows about an mdcn oee re.Otabtl
hour'~s delay in each of the locks,. oa O n 10 tyu rgit
Where Caraway Seed Abounds.
Caraway seed is extensively grown ILA S'KD E PLS
in Holland. oroningen, in the north- aeyuoe~l1edyu lrosae
east corner, produces mere than anytenndcu tobltityurk.
other province, next being north Hol- fdl4~lHaeyu~a eI
land, in which Amsterdam is situated. aA'b perneo h a~ n s
In these two provinces more than eteeeAfeqn esrtopa
hafthe caraway patacreage ri e fs,'ilas'iin Plswl
found. In the whole country the num-WIUMMCLO;PpjhvuadO.
kor .19t acres devoted to caraway AUN R @B
growithwesil-monthsO13babe of* lr .B.COw