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NO ALUM, NO I
LOCAL A.ND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mrs. J. P. Marion, of Sumter, is Yis
iting Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Irby.
Mrs. Clyde Franks is visiting hte
parents in Mountville this week.
Dr. Isadore Schayer. of Columbia,
was a visitor in the city Monday.
Miss Kathleen Sullivan is visiting
her sister, 'Mrs. D. B. Cooper, in Co
Mr. Mitchell Owings, who lives a
few miles from the city, has been very
ill for several days.
Mrs. L. G. Roff left Saturday for
Spartanburg to visit Mr. and Mrs. S.
Miss Emily Meng has returned
home after a stay of several weeks
in SIluda, N. C.
Mrs. C. W. Tune returned Monday
after a very pleasant trip visiting in
ir. W. P. Thomason left yesterday
for Columbia on business of the .lU
nior Order of Mechanels.
Misses Imogene and Kathleen
Wilkes are spending the week in Clin
Miss Sue Byrd, f Darlington, is
visiting Misses Int Kate and Ruth
Mris. R. 'D. Z'iimmer'man, of St. Mat
thews. is visiting Mr. and Mis. T. J.
Mr. and Mirs.,J. 11. Park of Green
wood spent Sunday in Laurens with
Mr. Julius Sitgreaves Qas finished
his coiiise at Klings IUuhiness college
and is now at home.
Miss Dot Iludgens, who htls been
visiting Miss Grace larksdale in
Gree1wood, has returned home.
MNis Sarah Babb returned yester
av friom 1Ulnekvillo where she has
]been teaching school during the past
Miss Lalla May Dial and Miss Mary
Todd have returned home after spend
Ing several (lays in Andqrson visiting
Miss Kebe Vance.
Miss Dorcns Calmes has been spend
ing several days in Gr'eenwood visit
lng at the home of Mr'. and Mr's. Tonm
Atmong the recent purchasers of
Studebaker cai's 'are Hon. R. A.
Cooper, of Laurens and Di'. .J. W. Al
len, of Enoree.
Mr. WV. M. IHayes, of Gr'eei', spent
several days in the city this week on
bus-iness in coiinection with his stoi'e
Mr.1. Geoi'go Flynn and childi'en,
of Abbevilie,. returned home Sunday
after visiting lher' sister's, Mi's. W. P.
Sullivan and' Mi's. Clyde Franks.
Mr. J. C. Owings wvent to Gr'een
vileo last week to 1)e pi'esenit at the
commeacemehit exercises of Furman
university, wvhere his son, Mi'. 1Earl
Owing took his degree.
Mviss Louice Downey, o1f Taliapoosit,
Ga., and Miss Peggie Box, of Spar-.
tanburg, are visiting at the home of
Mr. andl Mrs. John A. Fi'anks andi
Mr. and Mrs. M. L,. Copehand and
little Misses Blu ford and Mary left
Friday for' Sullivans Island to spend
several weeks beforo going to Saluda
for the summer.
Mr. J. J1. Manly and son, J1. T. Mani
ly, of Youngs township, wvere in the
city Thursday. While here they mar
ke'ted sixty' bushels of Ir'ish potatoes
at a remunerative rate.
Mrs. J. T. A. Dallow will leave Sat
uarday for Columbia and while there
'will attend the anarriage of Miss Lou
ise Wharton to Mr. Charles Metaugh
liun, of Atlanta.
-Mr. D. C. McLaurin and Mr. W. W.
'Swygert, acconipanle4 .y Messrs.
Barton Brooks and W. T. Owings; of
Gray Couidt. loft yesterday for ' At
lanta to bring back three Studebaker
Miss Sue Anne 'Leland, of Rich
mond, Va., is visiting Miss Ruth Payne
on West Hampton street. Monday ev
tertained at a garden party in honor
of MIiss beland to which a number of
friends wore invited. The evening was
a ve at~oyable one in every way.
g Powder ma
Mr. and Mrs. G. Dudley Young, who
have been living in Gaffney for some
time, returned to the city last week to
take up their residence here. Trhey are
at present occupying an apartment in
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Air. Ralph Fuller visited Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Franks here several days
last week on his way to his home at
Mlountville. Mr. Fuller has been in
the navy for the past four years, .be
Ing stationed on the battleship Wy
oming. Ie was deprived of the trip
to the Mlexican waters by being con
fined in the hospital at the time his
sill) left for the scene of conflict.
Promoted to Manager.
Air. J. Cope Hlenderson. a Laurens
boy, who is now located in Greenville,
has recently been promotel to mana
ger of the Greenville Oil Aill. This
mill is owned by the Southern Cotton
Oil Company. This is a very impor
tant post and the promotlon of Mfr.
I lene(rson shows tI Com)anly's )ig
confidence in his ability.
linights Station DisConttiued.
Effective .July 10th Knights Station,
on the Greenville branch of the C. &
W. C. railroad will bediscontinitied as
a flag stop, acocrdlng to at announce
ment from railroad officials.
11tt11ned 11Homo Yesterday.
Mr. Gus Owilngs, who has been at
the hospital for several weeks. under
goIng treatment for a broken leg, was
Carried back to his home near Gray
Court yesterday very mullch improved.
It will be Iemnembered that Mir. Ow
Iings had ills leg brokenl in a saw mliil
h'losaI1111s Now lIsinig 11on(lerfiul Liv
erI telmdy from Hlot, mprings, r
There's a lieter remedy tor conisti
pationi, liver and stomach rouble thani
dalgerous calollel. ' lousands are
pralsing gentle, su'e I t Springs LIv
Make you feel f n quickly clear iu)
Sallow 1kin1 andlin Itlish malaria and
headaelle-They are a ilne tonic and
quickly put ana eadge on your appetite.
25 cents at all druggists.
Ilot S'prings Liver Buttois, i rot
Springs theu mat 1m111 Remedy and Ilot
Spiigs Blood Iemedy are sold in
Laulrens by Laulrenls Drug Co.
Prize Winner at Musgrove.
Th'ie prize offered this year by tile
teachler of Mlusgrove school to tihe
child mlaking the highest average on
sp~elling during the sessioni was won
by3 Sarah Saxon. Silo mainltained a
hlighl position durlling tile entire year.
Post Ca rds of Lau rens now on1 dis
llay, 5 for 5c. Ilayes 5 andI 10c Store
Lar1ge variety niew Post Cards, 5
for 5c. hlayes 5 and( 10e Store.
4) C01tN-LESS .JOY!
"OETlS-IT" FOft 4 OlNS
Nothing in tihe World ('an1 leat It
for torns amnd ('aliuses.
Nowv try the dlifferent way, the new
way, the absolutely sure way, the
plailess waey of gettinlg rid or those
cornls thlat have Pestered tihe lIfe gndl~
"I Foal Like HuggIng Some.
body. My Corns Are Gone
.s At Last. 'GETS.IT' Did It."
soul out of you for such a long time.
Drop everything else and us ' "G1TS
IT." A few drops apllhied in a few
seconids does the work. Useless jun'k
like flesh-eating 'salves thlat miake
corns swell, cotton rings that make
corns stand up like pop-eyes, razors,
corn diggers, scissors and files that
make corns grow .faster, are all done
for. "O'10TS-IT" is one a new princi
ple, makes corns shrivel, vanish! It
can't stIck to the stocking; or hurt
"GII!71-It" is sold by all druggists,
25c a bottle, or sent direct 'by E. Law
rence & Co., Chicago.
"GJDTS-IT" is sold in Laurens by
the Laurens Drug Co.
Use a Baby Protector to keep flies,
gnats and mosquitoes away from your
baby, prices $1.25 and) $1.'75.
6.M &'I.I. W'LKEuS & CO.
Recital by Young Ladies.
Invitations were Issued during the
early part of the week to a recital giv
en by Miss Carol Roper and Miss
Clara Cox Tuesday evening at the
horno of Mrs. V. I. Lucas. The fol
lowing was the program announced
for the evening:
1 ,Duo: Second mazurka Godard
Misses Roper and Cox
1 Invention No. 2 Bach
Spring Down Mason
3 Invention No. 1 . Bach
Studies: Cradle Song
Twilight Reverie Heller
4 JDagetelle Beethoven
Piece Romantique Chaminade
Peer Gynt Suite-Greig
6 A bay in Venice Nevin
Rustlings of Spring Sinding
7 Waltz Chopin
Hunting Song Mendelssohn
8 Rondo Capriccloso Mendelssohn
) 'itude: Caprice Melan-Gueroult
10 Duo: Festival March iorvath
Misses Roper and Cox
The following item taken from the
Albevmarle, (N. C.) Enterprise will be
read with Interest here. where the
groom-elect will he superintendent of
schools next year:
"Miss Dera i)y gave the members
of ile Priscilla citlb a pleasant sur
prise oil Tuesday afternoon when she
Invited them to be present at her
marriage on June 30th to Prof. 13.
L. Parkingson. The announcement
was unique in Its simplicity and tin
usualness. 1o3th MIss Dry and Prof.
Parikinson have a host or friends in
.lbermarle who rejoice vitlh them."
The Advertiser received the follow
Ing little poem via the postal card
route from John 11. Adger Mullaly,
who announced his, candidacy for
governor several weeks ago:
The poets the chauges have ung
how the kiss
Of (callow young lovers is the arme
flut insipid are kisses twixt youn!g
Iads anid misses
You (enn Just bet your life
When cnmipared with the kiss
Of the right sort or wife!
Pret ty post ca rds of Lauren 5 for
5e. lI ayes 5 and 10c Store.
Is A Hlt:.\SE ('A N INI)ATE.
lie 01s1s ils l'ot With The Jilciase
Forces andi4i Tells file Henson Wh,1y.
Columbia, .lune -l.-"I am going to
vote for Cole L. lilease for United
States Senator because I believe he is
nearer thle masses of the pieople~ than
the other mani," salid Jno. G. Richards
.Jr., candidate for governor. The state
ment was madle inl answver to a direct
question as to whlether he was for
Smith or JBlease.
it was talked around Columbia dur
lng the State conivention that Mir.
Richards hiad dleclared, in a hlease
coniference, that lie was going to vote
for the Governor for United States
senator, and it was known also that
Mr. Richards attended the Bllease cau
cus here oni last Mlonday. This is the
first auithorizedl statement of the posi
tion of Mr. Richards.
Major Richards expressed his (onifi
dence that he would be chosen gov
ernor. lie wvas here today in at tendl
ance on nieeting of the railroad comn
mission of which lie is chairman, and
leaves with the other members In the
muorninag to inspect the Carolina andt
Northwestern Railway and the Sea
board Air Line.
See our Iline of Vudor Ila m:oeks
and1( Porch Shades.
S. M. & 10. iI. Wi UiEs & (0.
"TIZ" EASES TIRED,
SORE, SWOLLEN FEET
Jlust take your shoes off' anti then
put those weary, shoe-crinkled, ach
lng, burning, corn-pestered, bunirion
tortured feet of yours in a "'TIZ" bath.
Your toes will wrigglo With joy;
they's look up1
i at bu and al
*mo talk and
thq they'll take
e-- a ther dive In
Stt "TI'Z" bath.
feet feel all
try "TIZ". It's
grand - Your
feet will dance
with Joy; no
pain in corns, callouses and bunions.
There's nothing like "TIZ." It's the
only remedy that draws out all the
poisonous exudations which puff up
your feet and cause foot torture.
Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" at any
drug or deparltment storo--don't wait.
Al! how glad your feet get; how com
fortable your shoes feel. You can wear
shoces a size smaller if you desire.
NOW BEING OPENED.
(Continued from Page One.)
d]one So are urgently requested to send
the .name of the secretary of their
club, and state where the books will
be opened, to the county chairman at
once. The rules of the airty requh-e
that tle place where the books are to
be kept open shall be advertised for
the information of the public and it
is hoped that this information will be
furnished the county chairmian as soon
W. C. Irby, Jr.,
June 10, 1914.
Prove What Swatp.toot Will Do for
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghanton, N. Y.. I'o / 4d sample size
bottle. It will conv ce aniyone. You
will also reeeive - Iooklet of valua
ble iIormat Ofl, lel I )lie about the
kidneys and Vadder. When writing,
be sitire and mention the Laireis
Weekly Advertilsee, llegulr fifty
cent neil one-dollarI size bottle,; for
sale at all (11111 stos.
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Cross Ilill, .lutio 8.-The meinbeirs
of the 11. W. hIall chapter of the U. 1).
C. gave tite old vete rans3 a din ner here
last Wednesday at the 1homec of Mr.
and .Mrs. Ml. T. Simpson. It was a de
lightful repast coisisting of all the
del icious things which appetite could
visl. Tenl or twelve of the brave de
fenders of the American Constitution
were present and are exceedingly lav
ish in their expressionis of apprecla
tioin and entjoyieit of the occasion.
The respect and honor i witich liese
self-sacrifleIig defenders of home.
country anl right are held by thi r
posterity is most biauitiful, and litting.
Let their lives be ina de easy atd full
of joy for they deseive it all and
im1uchi more. On this oceasion each
veteran was presentted with a paimter
to walkintg cane. the gift of Mirs. E'lIz
abeth lart of .lacksoivil'. Fla. 'l'hey
were brought here for till., purpos e
by liss Kittle e.e Wharto on her
recen t i'eturnit from th' .leeksonvillI
.Nl. I rhy Coie. a yoliuig muau of only
22 yea. , died last Wed nesday after
noon at he home of his parentiIs. .iMr.
and Mirs. W. I,. Col". thr'ee mtilles from
('ros 1 liii. of typhltoid fever. 1ir. C'ole
had binleen workintig in the rail road
sholps inl Colimhia for some 1time
where lie coitrtiel his illness two
w Neks ago. Afte'r V0111ing houm1 le
%vas given ample iiedicnl atle'ntlion aol
had th61 tendeir car. aiid4 ni'sing ofw
fond parents but life yie!lod to th.
deadly lisone in a i t .o'e than
a w(eek. The fuleral and bri crie
monites were held at the Maludit ceom
ctry urisday affernoon coilinucto.l
by Ib'v. .1. A. Mart in, assisted by ley.
W. i). Htatchfoirdl. Six young nI.li,
his 'omIipanliois inl boyhood. acted as
The kid neys oft en cry foir help.
Not another organ in the whole
body13 mtore delicately ('Onst rui'cd
Not one 'more importan t to healthi.
''Te kineys arc the filters of the
When t hey fail the blood becoimes
Iou anid poisonoyis.
Tihere can he no healtIh whlerec there
is polsonted blood.
I lackache is one' of thle fr'eien t in
dilcat ions of kidnecy tioulii.
it is ofte'n thte kidneys' cry for' hielp.
IRead what Doan's,- KIdney PhIlis
htave done for' over'y. Irkced kidnieys.
Proof of mierit I t he f o'lowing
.\lirs. 10. Ok litS sintger. 222 1 iowaird
St., Spartanbur , S. ('., says: "'I hlave
takeni D~oan'~ /Kidney P'ills for weak
kidneys and 'Icackache and have had
great ireliet. Mly kidineys were iirreg
itlar in actlot)n and caused a greatt deal
or pain in my back. As soon1 as [
took D~oant's Kidiiey PIlls these trotu
bies were corriected."'
Price 50c, at till deailet's. Doin't
simiuply ask for a kh iney remuted y--get
D~oan's Kidiney illls-the sanme thait
.\t's. Ilinisinger' hadt. Iloster'-M iliibun
Mr. Stock Owner!
We carry in stock all the
which are guaranteed to (1o the
work claimed for them r pur
chaso price will be refun ed.
Boyd's Sure Pop Colic Cure, rgeo. $1.00
Boyd's Suro Pop Colic Cure rmalt , .50
-Boyd's Sure Pop Fever & ugh Curd .60
Boyd's Sure Pop Purgat .. . .50
Boyd's Sure-Pop Ey R edy . . . .50
Boyd's Sure Pop H1 Iquid . . . .25
Boyd's Sure Pop Mag Io Olntment . .25
Boyd's Liniment. small .. .. . ..25
Boyd's Liniment, medium , . . , . .50
Boyd's Liniment, large . . ... 1.00
Boyd's Worm and CondItion Po. smh.. .25
Boyd's Worm and CondItIon Po. med . .50
Boyd's Worm and Condition Po. 1ge. 1.00
For Sale by
Lanrene. S. C.
Help to make life more pleasant during the Hot
Season. We are showing a complete line of
the best makes at remarkably Low Prices.
Oil Stoves from $7.50 up.
Refrigerators and Ice Boxes from $8.75 up.
We have the quality that gives satisfaction and
our Prices are always as low as to be found anywhere.
Call and examine our stock.
S.M . & E. Hf. Wilkes & Co.
Laurens, S. C.
Laurens, S. C.
AaEwsro ARCOUI~To & . Louisville,.Ky
Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality.
THE THRESHING SEASON IS NEAR!
Call and let us dlemonstrate the ceebratedl Ieer two eylinder
engine. It has light weight per HI. P. and will burn any fuel
that can bc used in any combustible engine, such as gasoline,
kerosene. Has throttling governor that feeds the fuel to snit
the load and many other features, that we will be glad to
explain to you. Can furnish any size from 6 to 50 H. P.
Suitable for all kinds of work, for pumps and wood sawing
outfits. Also handle smaller size engines of otheor makes.
Ftor Sale i5y
W. P. HUDGENS. Lauren. S. C.