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*ALUMINU LIME PHOSPHATE
LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Miss Sadie Sullivan has been vis
iting relatives in Camden.
Miss Beta Meredith is spending
some itie in Cray Court.
Iv, s. Thomas Downey Is visiting her
lot her at lrewerton.
Ni. 1. L. Jones spent several days
In the city last week.
'M r. 'I'. A. Willis of Gray Court, spent.
the day here Friday.
Mr. C. 11. Roper and Miss Carrol
Roper spent yesterday in Greenville.
Mrs. L. F. Walker of Cross Hill
spent several days here with Miss
Rev. .1. I. T. Major attended the
commencement exercises of Vofford
Mr. Henry Franks returned to the
city last, week and is again with the
Southern Express company.
Mis Claude Gray, of Gray Court,
visited Ml'ss Julia Childress several
days last week.
. Prancis Smith is here oni a
visit ats the guest of her sister, Mrs.
J.. 1. lHumbert.
Mr. Leon Dodson, of Greenville, is
visiting M1r. Robert Roper and other
friends in the city.
Miss Louise Porcher, who has been
teah1lag dancing lessons in aurens
left Monday for ('hester.
Miss Belle Riddle is spendinig sev
eral weeks in Greenvilel as the guest
of her brother, Mr. 0. 1). Riddle.
2's. Albert C. Todd and little Miss
Haia ,t are visiting Mi's. Todd's par
entt in Albany, Ga.
Mir' lkessie Todd andl Mrs. C. M.
Gibbon left yesterday for Tryon, N. C.,
where they will spend some time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Todd, Sr., leave
today for Montreat to spend the sum
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Garlington have
gone to Montreat, N. C., for the sum
Mr'. WV. E. IBarksdale, of' Spartan
burg, is spending several days in the
city with relatives.
Mr. Rice Nickles attendled the Wof
ford college commeinetment exercises
at Spartanbui'g last Saturday.
Mr. W. H1. Barton, aftei' spending
several (lays in the city last week, r'e
turnuedl to Gi'eenville Friday.
Mr. John Ilowen of Sumttr, is here
visiting'his mother, Mirs. Mar'y C.
Blowen on South Hiarpei' str'eet.
Master John D). Fuller, of Columbia,
spent last week in the city with his
grandparents, Dri. and Mrs. L. S. Ful
Mis:< Anna Pi'entiss of Greenville
has been the guest of her gi'andmoth
or, Mrs. WV. H1. Garrett for the past
Mr. WV. C. Hlolcombe of Centi'al and
Mr. S. D. Holcombe of Grany Court,
Route 3, were visitors in Laurene
Mir. Marion Wilkes, of 'Rowland, N.
(,, came to the city last week to spend
soveral days with his parents, Mir. and
Mrs. E. HI. Wilkes.
Miss Lilla Dorsey, of Jackson, Miss.,
Is expected in the city Thursday to
visit tho Misses Childi'ess, on East
Mi's. M. L. Todd, Misses Mary,
Amelia andl Llla Todd, and Mi'. Ken
nerly Todd~ have gone to Saluda. N. C.,
where they will sp~end the sunmmor..
Mr. T. C. Montgomery, who was
principal of tho school hero several
years ago and who has just gr'aduat
ed from the Harvard law school, is
visiting Mr. B. L. Parkinson for a few
Ndr, R. W. Brown, of Cross 1Hi11, was
atending court Monday and Tuesday.
isls Frances Thames will leave
Thursday for Birmingham to visit her
ibrothers for some time during the
iMr. Charles Fleming left yesterday
for New York where he will join a
large party of tourists for an extende
'Id Ehuropean trip. 'Mr. Fleming will
~visit France, Germany, Italy, Switzer
land, and the British Isles, and will be
gone about two months.
* SOCIETY NEWS. *
Mrs. J. S. Bennett entertained the
Sunbeam society of the Baptist church
last Monday afternoon. The young
folks spent a ,most delightful after
-i oo. he guests were served deli
clous ice cream and cake.
Among the most pleasant of last
week's social events was the party
given last Thursday evening when Dr.
and Mrs. II. K. Aiken entertained the
.members of the Presbyterian choir at
their handsome home on West Main.
'During the evening the guests were
entertained with many vocal and in
strumental solos and duets, and reci
tations. Following the musicale the
guests enga ed in a very amusing
guessing contest, after which they
were served delicious ice cream and
Of much interest are the invitations
which have Just been issued from Al
bermarle, N. C., to the marriage of
Sir. 1. L. Parkinson, superintendent of
the Laurens city schools, to Miss
llelvidera Ashleigi Dry. The Invita
tions read as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Greene Martin Dry
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their dlaughter
Mr. Bernie Lynch Parkinson
Tuesday evening, June thirtieth
at seven o'clock
at their residence
Alberanirle, North Carolina
Another Cotton Bloom.
'T'urner Dillard, a colored farmer of
Parks station, brought the second cot
ton 1)100111 of the season to The Ad
vertiser office yesterday.
lari'becue at 3ounitil'l.
The ladies of the Mountville Mletho
dist church will give a barbect., on
the church grounds Saturday, Ju.,, -I,
to which the public is invited. A num
ber of county candidates and several
candidates fore state offices are ex
pected to be present and a pleasant
day is anticipated. lee cream and cold
drinks will be served on the grounds.
('hurch Blows Down.
Bethany Baptist church, in Youn1.s
township, was blown down in the se
vere wind-storm which visited that
vicinity Friday afternoon. The churh
was a colilaIll tiv aely new on1e, being
huilt about three years ago, and tile
congregation will feel the loss very
(let a 25 cent box of 10' SPRIN(GS
Lii Vllt i l;'iTTONS; use them as direct
ed aind soon all 'our stomaclh, liver.
and bowel Iroubles will be over.
'T'he great, physicians in Ilot Springs
prescribe theta ,for constipat ion slug
gishi liver, indigest on, sIck headache.
dIzziness, blotchiy ait d sall skini anld
they certalinly are II ec.
Take safe, gentl ~,l/ssful HioTr
SPRiINGiS I1Vh'CR Ii . ONS for a
' k. They wvili tone up the lIver
: 'oughily, cleanse the bowels of pois
oous accuimulations and( make you
cat better, sleep botter, work better.
I1 loSpringas Liver' luttons, I lot
Spirings Rhleumlatisml Ren~pedy and 1llot
Spring;s Blood Remnedy /are sold1 ini
Laurens by3 Laurens D~rug Co.
Iloy Scouts Off.
Th'le local patrol of the Boy Scouts,
headed by Rev. C. F. Rtankin, left yes
terday for Todd's quarter, near WYa
tei'loo, wvhere they will be in camp for
several days. They willl return Fri
day. The boy3s are suppllliedl with tents
new cots and all "modern convenlienc
es" for a great lark on the creek.
Chlamberilain's Colie, Choohera and
IEvery famiily without excepltion
should keep this preparation at iuanld
during tihe hlot weatheor of the summer
months. Chaiberhain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many
times its cost wh'len needed and is al
most certain. to be needed before the
summer Is over. it has no superior
for' the purposes for which it is In
tendeld. Buy it now. For sale by all
Barn lBuried Down.
A large barn wilt' contents hbelong
inig to G. W'ish Hlunter, near Clinton,
was .burned down Saturday night wIth
a loss of about $4,000. In addition to
the building and feed stuffs of vari
ous kinds, seven mules and a horse
were lost. The origin of the fire is
unknown and no clues have been dis
covered to suggest a possible source,
WIll Again Oet Statistics.
Mr. Charley McCravy who has been
the unusually efficient cotton statis
tician for Laurens county, has an
nounced that he will again hold this
position for the county next year. For
a while lie was considering resigning
his position, Hie requests the Adver
Uiser to state that he will appreciate
any assistance that the ginners and
others of the county will give as they
.- MONDAY MIORNING.
(Continued from Page One.)
lie Robertson, which Is held over on
account of two absent witnesses, an I
we would respectfully ask that these
two witnesses be bound over to ap
pear ebfore this body- at the next terma
of this court.
Second. We have made a thorough
exatimination of the county jail and
find that the same Is unsanitary, andl
altogether Inadequate for the pur:.ose
for which !t was built, and while the
oflicers in charge have everything in
as good condition as can be made with
the present building, yet we would re
spectfully ask that our honorable rep
resentatives to the general assembly
pass a bill giving the proper authori
ties money and power to erect a more
modern, sanitary and adequate build
Third. We are of the opinion that
the county supervisor in order to give
more of his time and attention to out
side duties, is in need of ia clerk in his
office his whole time and would re
spectfully recommend that our hon
orable representatives in the general
assembly pass a bill empowering the
County *loard of Commissioners to
employ a clerk for his full time at
salary of not less than fifty uollars
Fourth. A petition has been present
ed to us by the citizens in the vicinity
of Waterloo, through dlr. Clarence
Cunningham, asking that something
be done to remedy a very bad cross
ing, where the public road crosses the
C. & W. C. railway below Waterloo,
and have investigated the complaint
and find the same is justiled and that
the said railway crossing needs mime
diate attention. and would recomnm -ld
that the proper authorities take im
It. 'late slops to remedy this special
cros;i ng and road leadIrig ilp thereto.
In conclusion we desire to thank
your 1Honor and the court oilicials for
their kind and courteous attention
liven us in the discharge of our' dity
at this tern of the court. All of which
is respectfully submitted.
J. 1. Philpot,
In Interest of ('hero.t'oln.
Nlr i. C. N. (ond of Augusta is spend
ing this week in I4umr1ens in the in
terest of the ('hero-Cola Company. Alr.
11011d Is doing extensive advertising
around this county and states that big
things are being pialaie( along hi;
line foi the new drink.
To 1111d14 New lHesilence.
\lateial:s ar"e hl ir laihl on the lot
betwveein the homes of )r. ii. K. Aiken
and Mr. .1. IF. Sullivan for the new
residence of .r. Earl Wilson. Work
will lgin imntediately. Nlr. Wilson
has lad \I r. .1. K. Burns, a Colutmia
architect, working on the plans for
sonic time and they call for a very
beautiful and commodious building.
'T'he residence will be a two-story ve
neered brick structure and of course
%\ ill have modern flxt'rires and appli
Prove Wiiat Siianiijy-iHoot Wil lDo fori
Scnd ten cents to Dr. IKilmer & Co.,
llinghamton, N. Y., for a sample size
bottle. 1It wiill convince aniyoine. You
will also receive a huoklet of valuai
1bl Information, tellinir about thle
kidneys and bladder. When writing,
be sure and emention the Lauitrens
Weekly Advertiser. lRegular u ifty
cenlt and1( one-diolla hize5l bott les for
sale at all drug stores.
F'OItD SUED FORt MIN131UW PAY.
Emnployes Wanit $5 ai Day They Say
Auto Maiker Promiisedl.
'lDctrolt, June 12.-Two employes of
the F~ord Automobile company tiled
suit today to secure more than $500
wvhich they assert is duie them in wag
es under the promise made by l lenry
Ford on January 12 to pay all employ
es $5 a day *minimum wage. They ask
for the difference between the salary
they actually received and the sumi
calculated at the rate of $5 per day.
'The case will be heard this week. A
similar case was heard several weeks
ago before Justice Richter and at the
time It was shown that the comrpany
had not promised such a wiage, but had
only announced that it wvould share its
pirofits with such employes as it dleemi
Found Old Coffin.
An old stone cofhin without a lid
and containing human bones and a
silver coin with a Latin inscription
entitled: Edward, King of England,
Lord of Ireland, (Edward I. of Eng
land) was unearthed by workmen in
St. Pnter's lane, Leicester, England, a
few days ago.
She was one of those people with
whom moral responsibility takes the
form of a fervent and anxious desire
to be the first to bear bad news."
"8now Upon the Desert," by 8. Mao.
To think of a part one little woman
can play in the life of a man, so that
to renounce her may be a very good
Imitation of heroism, and to win her
may be a d~sintin.-naeor Eliot
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