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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr1. l. Cooper of Owings was a
visitor hore last Friday.
Mr. W. IH. Suttle of Gray Court
carme down Friday to spend the day.
-liss Sadie Rossignal of Greenwood,
is visiting in Laurens as the guest of
Miss Dot IIudgens.
Mrs. J. C. Garlington and Mr. and
Mdrs. Frank Spratt of Greenville,
spent Sunday in the city.
Mr. John Yarborough from near
Cross Anchor was a visitor in Lau
rens last Wednesday.
Mrs. John F. Molt spent a few dlays
in Greenwood inst week as the guest
of Mrs. L. G. McGee.
Mr. iEdward McCrady spent last
\Ve linesday and 'Thursday in Green
Wood on business.
Rev. W. iE. Thayer, of Chester, caine
over yesterday to the funeral of .\lrs.
It. A. Cooper.
Miss Rebecca Dial left yesterday
for Denmark to visit her cousin, .\liss
11. II. Blease, Esq., brother of Gov.
Cole L. Blease, was an interested spec
tator at the Sullivan trial Friday.
>\'. J. N. Wright, Jr., of Spartan
burg, spielt the week-end in the city
with his father, Mr. J. N. Wright, Sr.
Mrs; W. N. Wright and Miss Lilla
Dorsey, of Jackson, Miss., are visiting
relatives in the city.
Miss Grace Barksdale, of Green
wood, has been visiting Miss Dorothy
Iludgens for several days.
'C. C. Featherstone, of the Green
woodl bar, attended court here the lat
ter part of the week.
Dr. W. HI. Washington spent several
days in th~e city the early part of the
Mrs. .Josephi T. JTohnson and children
have beeni visiting her mother, Mr is.
Amelia Anderson, for several days.
Miss Helen Sullivan is visiting
friends in Waiterboro and othler lplac
es in tit.q lower part of tihe state.
.Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Moore and SOin,
or Honen Path, attended the funeral
of Mr's. R. A. Cooper yesterday.
.Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Davis, of
Princetonl, were here yesterdlay to at
tend the funerai of Mrs. Cooper.
Messrs. W. H. and J. P. Poole, of
oreenville, uncles of Mrs. R. A. Coop
er, were hlere to attend her funeral.
Miss 10stelle Taylor, of Princeton,
spent several days in tile city last
week wviths relatives.
Mrs. A. C. Todd has ref urnued firom
MadIson, VCa., whelre she has b)een
iMrs.. T. L. Timmierman spent yes
terday in Spiartanburg with her moth
M rs. ILowls Maclhen, of Greenville,
attendedc~ the funeral of Mr's. Cooper
Messrs. .Johnu L. Blagwell and MT. Bi.
McCuen, of Princeton attended tile
funeral of Mrs. Cooper yesterday.
Mrs. -B. K. Hlumphrles and son, D. K.
hleft 'Baturday for IElborton, Ga., to
spond the summer.
M4r. W. H. Hudgens is in th~e city
after an extended trip over his ter
- diss Dorcas Calmes loft Monday fo
a visit to se'eral cities in Wississippi
*after which she will go to Saluda,, 1N.
0., for several weeks.
Messrs Luther 'Brice and Rutledge
10sborne, Wofford college students,
spent several days here last week as
-the guests of their college-mate, Mr.
r no substItute
are offered as
toyal. No other
is the same in
such fine foo
king Powder made
Cream of Tartar
Miss May Singleton, of Columbia,
is the guest of Miss Mayme Ferguson
on West Main Vtreet.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Allen, of Ilonen
Path, were here yesterday to attend
the funeral of Mrs. It. A. Cooper.
Mr. 13. C. Crisp and daughter, of
Mountville, were in the city yester
Miss Mary King, of Clinton, has
been visiting friends in the city for
liiss Albera Riddle has returned
home after a week's visit to frienis
and relatives in Clinton.
Mir. Rex Simpsoi, of .Miullinis, is
spending the week in the city with
Supt. of Education J. it. Sullivan
will attend the meeting of state sup
erintendents at 'Winthrop college this
Sheriff '.John I). Owings, who has
been ill for several weeks, was re
ported yesterday as being somewhat
Solicitor .1. K. lenry, of Chester,
a warm friend of lion. I. A. Cooper,
was here yesterday to attend the fun
eral of Mrs. Cooper.
Mrs. J. X. Richardson and little son,
John, are in Wilmington, N. C., where
they will remain for several weel:s
Miss Corrie hart has- returned to
the city after a visit of several weeks
to relatives in the lower part of the
Miss Wit Lou Gray and Miss Beth
Shell are among the teachers from
this county who are attending the
summer school at Winthrop college.
Mr. Eugene KIng, of Clinton, Pass
ed through the city Monday on his
way to Augusta w'here lie has accept
ed1 a ptosition.
Mr. .J. Ilolandl Willis, who has been
making his home in S'partanburg and1(
wh'lo Is nowv living in Gray Court was
a visitor In Laurenus Friday.
Mr. andI Mrs. JTames RI. Davis are
sptending some time with Mr. Davis'
parents near Clinton. While Mr. D~a
vils Is away Mr. flon Sullivan Is act
lng as substitute cairrier In his place.
Miss Louise Chilcot, who was with
Mlnter~ Company here for several sea
sons, Is vIsiting Miss Bramble for sev
eral (lays on her wvay home from Den
Mrs. W .R1. ichey, Sir., and Mtrs. J.
Jr. Adams wIth her two children wvill
leave Wednesday for H~endlersonville,
N. C., to visit Mir. anid Mrs. C. E. Park
cir for several weeks.
Messrs. Rufus May and "Tack"
Towvnsend, of Greenwood, were visitors
ini the city Sunday, having come over'
through the country in Mr. May's au
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. WIllis had as
their guests last wveek theIr nieces,
Misses Laura Clinkscales, of. Andlerson
and Laura Lee Willis and S'araah
Mackey, of GreenvIlle.
Mr. Ellis Gray, scon of Mr. andl Mr's.
R. L. Gray, was among the graduat
ing class of Trinity College this year.
His brother, Mr. Car'ol Gray, Is also
a student there. Mr. and Mrs. Gray
attended the commencement exorcis
M. J. Owings, pruesident of the
rmers .Bank, and C. HI. Roper,
osshier of the Enterprise Bank, are
~ttending the meeting of the State
Blankers associatIon in Charleston
Dr. 0. C. Albright and Dr. TI. L.
Timmerman attended the meeting of
the eouth Carolina dental association
in oreenville last week. Dr. Clifton
Jones was on the program for a pa
per, but .he was unable to attend.
Ball Ganes This Week.
/'ho crack Watts Mills aggregation
[f ball players will journey to Green
wood 'Thursday morning to begin a
three games series, one game of
which will be played here. Thursday
tnd Friday afternoons the two teams.
will battleoon the Greenwood diamond
Ernd on Saturday afternoon the 'Watts
Mill and. Greenwood braves will go
after each other on the local Watts
Mills ground. The game here Satur
day afternoon is scheduled to com
mence at 4:30 o'clock and the great
est game of the season is expected,
the Greenwood team having been
"collaborated" from all sections of
the state and the Watts boys giving
promise of being In fine form.
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Cross 11111, June 22.-A number of
relatives and many friends here deep
ly sympathize with the family of Mr.
John Mlathews, who (lied at Clinton
where he had gone for treatment.. Mr.
Mathews,, whose splendid home is sit
uated in the upper part of Newberry
county eight miles below Cross Hi11,
had been sick several months of a
compliation of diseases. He had
sought relief from various sources
without avail. A few weeks ago he
went to Clinton under special medical
care, but continued to grow worse un
tii last Saturday when the end came.
ills remains were brought here Sun
(lay and interred at Souls Chapel
Methodist church. The funeral was
.'ondilucted by 1lev. .1. T. Miller, of Wa
terloo in the presence of a large con
course of sorrowing friends and grief
The deeeased was a successful
farm ier, about .15 years of age, and
leai es a wie, who was Miss Willie
May hl1l, and two children, together
with a number of other relatives.
,Mrs. Gussle .\leDonald and children
of Atlanta are spending the summer
here with lris. Mdionald's parents,
.\ r. and .lrs. Sam Crisp.
Airs. Anna Wells and daughters,
Misses Nellie and Mabel of Atlanta,
are visiting their many relatives and
friends in Cross 1111.
Mrs. Shm Turner went to Atlanta
last. week to see her (laughter, Miss
Abbie, who was quite sick. Miss Abbie
is improving and they are expected
home in a day or two.
)r. and Mrs. Whitesides of Maiden,
N. C.. are spending some time here
with the latter's brother, Mi. 1'. It.
liasor. ''hey will also visit relatives
near I)onalds before retn in lag homie.
Mlrs. W. II. lisor of \hilttmire, with
her Iwo children. was a prominent
Cross 11111 visitor last week.
Many friends give a cordial wel
come to .\Iisses Leonora and Gertrude
Leamnan of Greenwood while they on
joy a pleasant visit among the people
of this. their native home.
Mr. John 11. Rasor and little .J. 1I.,
.1r., of Greenville, spent Sunday in
hays Pharmacy h ti'6uariters foi'
Mr. Yan cy Gilkersoii has nceptedl
a ptosition in Florence wvith his form
er empIloyer' andl w.ill leavec next wveek
for that city. Mr. Gilkerson has hun
dredsd of friends throughout. thle city
and county w~ho regi'et that lie is go
ing to leave his native town.
Oh! you enalomel get/'uut of the way
and~ let LIV-VEhl.I do(1 the woi'k.
P~uriely vegetable. As Itays Pharmacy
llev. and Mr's. Frank War'dlaw atnd
children, who have many friends andl
relatives here, have been visiting at
the home of Mi'. andl Mirs. C. HI. Iloiper
for several days. Sunday night Mr.
Wai'dlaw preached an imprei'sslve
sermon at th~e Presbyterian church,
taking as hIs subject "The Manliness
.Why be constipa wh~ien you nn
b~uy Li V-VER-~LA X Wom Rays P'harm
Coughs and Colds W1eakeni the System.
Continued coughs, colds and broni
chial troubles are depr'essing and(
wveakcn the system. Los of weight
and appetite genei'ally follow. Get a
50c bottle of Dr1. King's New Discov-.
er'y ,today. It will stoy your cough.
The fIrst (lose helps. 'lhe best mledi
eine for stubborn ~c6ghs, colds and
all throat and lung yfubles. Mir. 0. 11.
Brown, Muscatine, Ala., writes: "My
wife was sick during thte hot sum
mer01 months andl I honestly believe
Dr'. King's Newv Discovery saved her
lire." Good for' children. 50c and $1.00
at your' druggist.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
An election for tr'ustees of Ora
school district 'No. 12 will be, held at
Ora, S. 'C., en the 1st 'I'esda in July,
being the 7th day of thi 4n nthi at the
stable of L. P. Blakele -'
JAMICS H. ULL1 VAN,
48-2t By order of County .Board.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
eme La sms aUna
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Fruit Jars, Jar Rubbers, Jar Tops
and Jelly Glasses. _
Solid Carload in stock of best quality and at very "
+ Extra T1ops, best quality,
onl 15 espr dozen
oLatest style and best quality Jelly
Jar Rubbers 5 and 10cts per doz. Glasses only 25 per doz.
Sure 'calJarsBall Screw Top Mason Jars
Pints peGO 0cents Pintsper doz. 50 cents
Come and let us save you money and give you 4
$the best goods.
PnS. N. & E. H. Wilkes C Cmpany
CHARLES FROHMAN'S GREAT PRODUCTION
" 'THE DAUGHTER OF THE HILLS"
By The Famous Players Film Company
~Ahursday, June 25th.
A Romance of Ancient Rome played in the shadow
of Nero's Throne; the conquest of a Savage
Heart by a Gentle Love.
On account of the warm weather, those who can, are
particularly urged to attend the Matinee
to avoid the crowd.
Price --- 5cts and ins.