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LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mil0TION.
'Mr. and Mi's. W. Ii. Richey, Sr. are
spending several days in Atlanta.
Mrs. W. M. Dates of Florence is vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Simmons.
-Mr. and Mrs. T. M. IDivver, of Ander
son, spent the week-'nd in Laurens.
Miss Carol Roper Is spending some
time in Greenville visiting friends.
Mr. "Crip" Crisp has returned home
after a pleasant visit to Anderson.
Mr. Frank Spratt, of Greenville,
spent the week-end in the city.
Mrs. Salie Nickles left this week
to spend some.time in the North Caro
Misses Kehe Vance and Jessie
Brown 6f Anderson are the guests of
Miss Lalla Mao Dial.
Miss Mildred Gasque has Just re
turned fromn a very pleasant visit to
friends in Florence.
Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Dorroh, of Spar
tantburg, spent the week-end in the
. city at the home of Mrs. W. T. Dorroli.
Miss Dorothy Owens, ' of Clinton,
spent the week-enil in the city at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H1. Gilkerson.
Miss Corrie Hart will leave this
week for a short vacation in the
mountains of North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. liers and little
Bul iru isitiv-s relatives in Branch
ville and Allendale.
Miss .Lola Copeland of Belton vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. it. .. moI;pson
here for several d-1y. last veek.
Miss Beta Mereditli and Miss Sarah
Dorroh left Friday morning for Pen
rose, N. C., to spend their vacation.
Miss 'Itletta Wilson, of Camden, is
the guest of 11ev. and Mrs. 1. L. Law
Miss .Dary Oillingham and Miss Lu
cretia Trimmier are the guests of Dr.
and Mrs. T. L. Timmerman.
Mr. .lam e lRoland of Iartsville is
spending awhile here visiiing, homlne
MIs. 11. U. Watson and little son, It.
G. .11., from near Cross I1nchor, and
Miss Eva J. 'Aloore of Center Point,
were visitors in baurens last Moilay.
Misses Nlarguerite and Ruth Bioin
eau, of Yemassee, are the guests of
Miss il(lre (asque, on Laurens
Mr. It, 11. Young is spending sever
al days in the city on his way home
from llennettsville where lie has been
visIting for several weeks.
Dr. and Mirs. Royal, of Charleston,
are visiting .1udge It. C. Watts at his
summer home on North IHarper
Miss Emma Kay of Greenville l'i
beien a guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. 0. 11. Simmons for the past rfev
I)D. W. 1). Ferguson, Messrs T. 1)
Darlington and Vance Irby have r'e
turned after motoring to Americus,
Ga., whorl, Mr. D~arlington has a very
Mrs. C. A. Foster and chiliren, of
Timmonsvilie, after spending some
time in the city at the home of Mr's.
*W. T. 'Dorroh, left M~onday morning
for the mountains.
Mr. CG. C. Anderson, of the Gray
Court section, w'as a visitor in the
city S'aturdauy. Mr. Ander'son~ was
thoughtful enough to britu a box of
nice ailes to 'The A'.ver'tiser oflie.
".l im" Scopas, one of the local col
ony of enterprising Greeks, left sev
eral days ago for his 01(1 home in
Greece whlere lhe will visit for soy
of Mr. J1. 'C. Wasson.
Mr. and Mi's. E. II. Wilkes spent
'aeveral (lays of last week at Glennm
'Springs. TIhey are nowv in Atlanta for
a short stay.
Rlev. W. D). Ratchfor'd, of Cross
HIill, preCachied at the Presbyterian
church to a deeply interested audience
Sunday evening, making a decided im
pression upon those wvho hoard him.
iWhile in the city ho was the guest
- Miss lla'zle Prickett of St. Matthewvs
is exp~ected in the city Firiday to be
'the guiest of Mi.i Ruth AleAtister'.
Mt's. E. 1b. Tlrimmier of Spartanburg
Is visiting her' daughter, Mrs. TI. L.
Mr. 0. W. 11ll1, formerly of this city
but now of Florence spent a few (lays
here an'd at Gray Court last week. Mr.
Hilli had the misfortune of breaking
an arm some time ago but it is niow
-Miss Irene Manley has returned to
the city after spending several days
.9ith frietids in Greenville.
Miss Gertrude Tollison, after a short
siIt to Greenville, has returned to
Cl% IWGve Quintne To CMtlrea.
iffNR s te s nagieb.
Miss Margaret Webb, of Nashville,
Tenn., is the guest of Misses Margue
rite and Hattie Simpson.
Mr. Harry Thames, of Charleston,
left for his home Sunday after a pleas
ant visit to Mr. Hugh Aiken.
Miss Hattie Cooper, of Ilenderson,
N. C., is the guest of Miss lielen Sulli
van on West Main street.
Mr. C. W. Tune left last week for
Columbus, Ga., to visit relatives for
Alisses Gussie and Courtenay Watts
arrived in the city several days ago
to spend the summer here.
Messrs Claude Garrett, Boyce Lav
ender, Grover Richey, Moore Dial and
Will Wesson attended the hop at
Chicks Springs Friday night.
Mi. Hugh Aiken ani his guest, ir.
Harry Thames, of Charleston, spent
several days of last week in Green
Mrs. H. I. McAlister and children.
of Abbeville, have returned home after
a pleasant visit to Mrs. AlcAlister's
mother, Ars. Virginia Miller.
Miss Ilarriett Edwards and Mlaster
Belle Edwards have returnel to their
home in Due Vest after it visit of
several weeks with their grandmother,
AMrs. Virginia Miller.
Mr. and 'IMrs. Carl Sloan, of Saf
ford, Ariz., are visiting relatives in
the -county. AMr. Sloan is a brother
of Mir. W. 13. Sloan, of this city, and
is very well known lier9q. Since go
ing west Mi. S-loan has been very suc
cessful In his business ventures and
is now one of the lCa(ig citizens of
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N iss Clarindfi A hercroiule. s
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All ss Clarindia Abercroinbie, age 72
died at her home ueniear Rtabuni Creek
church uesday night, Juitly ji, after
I prolonged illness. All that loving
hands and kind friends could ( was
dlone for her (o:1fort and recovery, yet
all failed, for the Alaster had otheir
pians. Our loss is Heaven's gain.
"Aunt Clarindia," as she was so well
known, was a iiemlberi of the Dials
ANlithodist church. She was a fine
Christian. To know her was to love
her. How we are grieved to think
that such a noble Christian wonian,
one who was loved, should be taken
from 0111 homle and commiun it y. Iut
some day, when the mystic Nveil hasa
beeni pulled aside and all the lys
teries of life have beeni revealed, wve
shall then uidert'stand. Yet how pr'oud
we aire to know that today she basks
in lie sunlight of Gxod's eternal pres
ei'e andI(] has greeted her loved ones
oil the gtler shore cre this.
Desldes the family of tliree, liss
Ch] istie Aberviromlble, Ailis igualilee
Abercrobnible, and Ai1ss Jennic Belle
\Watkins, she is survived by the follow
ing brothers and sisters: Ir. Lewis
Abercronible, Vilianiston, Fla.; Air.
Jonathan Abercro:nbie, Clinton; 1ir.
John Abercrombie, Ailrs. J1. F. Watkinls,
an( .Nirs. Pinkney TIiellanis of this com-i
She w'as bur'ied at Dials churichd last
WVednesday~ at noon, JIuly 15, the ser
v'lees being cond~ucted by the R~ev. i.
(AO) WIIERIE YOU PLEASE
EAT' WHATi YOUl'i iASE
That Is w'hat you cnn do If you take
D~odson's Iver' Tone. Mlany people
know the dlanger' of calonmel, yet they
take it because they know of nothaing
better. Oilher people are not afr'ald
of ealomtel, because they (10 not un
dcirstand what a daniger'ous dIrug it is.
lBccause it hats never huriit thcem, they
be0lieve It neverCi will.
No one needs to take dangerous Cal
omnel (which is just; anotheri formi of
The Laurons Dr ug Co. sells Dod
son's Liver Tone fo ' fifty cents a bot
tle andl guarantee that it takes the
place of cn me!.
Dodson's lver' '01n0 is a pleasant
tasting vege ble reomedly that lIvens
Up) the llver' vit out causing any re
striction of hi b or diet. It has none0
of the many b afteir-effets of calo
mel an ssafe for childreii as wecll
YX~u dIon't r'un a single r'isk when
you try D~odson's Liver Tone, because
If you aren't entiraely satisfied all you
ne0(d to (10 is go right back to whore
you bought it and have your moniey
cheerfully refunded to you with a
smile. Isn't that fair?
To Clean Off Cemetery.
All persons interested in the Hecaver'
Dam cemetery areo reqluested to be
present or send help on July 31st for
the -purpose of cleaning off the grounds
and making needed repairs.
W. S. Benjamin.
Bucklen's Arnica Salive for Cuts,
Burns and tSores.
writes: "I have neye had a cut, burn,
wound or sore it Id not heal." Get
a box of Bucklen's Ajica Salve today.
Keep handy at all times for burns,
mores, cuts, wounds. Prevenuts lockjaw.
250 at your druggIst,
P. 'nci Equat'on,
Calciulating z1chines have nothing
an the oatoulat ng mother with three
n~arriageable ughusters on her hands,
The following from the Marion
Star will be received in Laurens with
a great deal of surprise and with lots
of pleasure as Mr. Eichelberger, the
groom, is a Laurens boy. He was for
a number of years a member of the
local police force and proved a most
efficient oficer. ie was popular with
everyone with whom lie came in con
tact and hundreds of friends all over
the county wish him much joy. The
account of the wedding follows:
"Few folks in this city have known
that Walter C. Eicheilberger, our ef
fIcient' policeman, had taken unto
himself a wife so long ago as Feb
ruary. "Ikey" is a secretive kind of
a fellow, and dclights in the unusual.
not that it is unustal for a good fel
low like "Ikey" to marry, but that
any man should marry in February,
and keel) the matter a secret until
The Star grateftilly acknowledges
the following annottncement, and
wishes the yoting couple mIuch hap
Mrs. Annie .11ister anttnices the
marriage of htet daughi r, Addie 11.
(o Mr. Walter C. icilhl-brger, of
Laurens. S. C., onl Wed(lnesday, Feb
ruary the eightenth, nineteen hun
dred and fotrteen, Alexadia, VIr
ginia.--Al. hiotie. Mlarion, S. V.
M1r. and Mrs. EIlelberger will be
it hoaio In nar~oil withint it few days,
he having left yest-riay for Virgi ina,
anld wiIIl rin .:. I'rlehellterger back
Wedl In F.loridla.
Satutrday night at R:30 o'clock, Miss
May Ctrry and .\Mr. Shaw P1.11 stole
a marhel ott their frieinds, we-it to the
laptist parsoage atad wete joined in
the hantds of wedCl.ock by 1cv. Iinyani
S'evens. Only onte or two Ittembers of
the famil3, knew the wedding was to,
take place and those did not. know of
the time and were not present. whenl
tho happy event took place.
Allss itrry is the daughter of .\Mr.
c. C. Curry, of Northi Ocala, atnd I,
a pretttand al tractive yottng lady,
ite family oposed the we(lding on ae
cotiant of hter- youthlc. Site has maIanv
i'enlds in Ocala who will be sturprised(
to learni of her marriage and who wll
join in wvishing her happittess.
Mrl'. Felts came here from I :iltur(ents
S. C., with i is fatietr, 3r. J. W. I ts.
and his brother, '.Mt. .1. T. Pelts. ntow
an the police force, last January, and
makes is ioime with tho family ot
North Mlagnolia street. lie is employ
Sat mt. stoak's wagon frctory and is a
[it (et indistri'ous yountg tan wit il
manly 'rienads Iad duri ting ils short
The Starl jolits their riends in wins
[ng the young cotple happiness Itt
heir now life.-Ocala (hla.) Star.
Ateyutiaae marr'uIage ceremnony3
wvas performted ita Laturetts last FtrIday,
bihlen Frtauinei t Pattila Sc'thulltzie becamte
.he br'ide of' Ilerr Iuttiilauaptmuan.
lhese twoV( arte very3 recenat citize.ns of
\taerica, it fact so r'ecnat. thtat necitha
't could1( speak thie IEnglish lanaguage.
ithe hapipy y'ountg coatpjlet ta ntiv'es
Tlhte mtatrrage cer'emtony3 was r'enad
)3y 1lev. JT. ii. 'T. Mlajor of thec First
Ilethtodi1st chtar'eh butt the real' per
'ormming was dlotte by3 M1r. Williama Sol
>mont whto acted Its enterprtieter' fot'
lh i'isit ing teatm. rThe ceremaony3 was
icted Int excellet style unrder' te roof
>f Solomuona's jewelry stot'e anad unt
let' thec laiis of Utncle Sanaiel and thte
'tur'ch. At onae tine thec yountg cout
ule w~ore aft'aidh titat. Ihe sign system
>f maat'ritage wouldl have to be utsed
>ut luckily thtey foundt~ Mrt. Solomtont
'iho haandles thte German stuff ina t'at
ling goodI style.
Mrt. Hnauptan las been ita thals
otrtty aboutt otte year, t'esidintg otn a
at'm ina thae lower' part of Laurtenas
outy3, whter'e hte anad several othter
bertaans at'e living. Th'le little colony3
romt theo Vatetrlatnd therte is doinag ox
ecdingly well for thecy are a tharifty
11( nd istriouts set. Thec groomi haas
atst t'eturtnedl fromt his native counatry
vhaet'e lae wvent to britng hais br'ide-to)
>O to theira new haomae.
Moitntville, Jualy 20.--On Thur'sday
avening, July 16, 1914, thtere occurred
pretty wedding at the home of Mr.
cnd Mrs. 3. RI. Fluller of Mountville,
vlaen their daitghttr, Vaushti, became
he bt'lde of Dr. L. BI. MarIon or Olin
In the parlot' Miss Wilma Ramey
tang in' her attractive manner, "Love
deo Truly". Her natural attractiveness,
ogether with her melodious ~vote
arought about a silence that was main
ained throughout the ceremony. As
Wiss Ida May Crisp sounded the
itrains of Mendelssohn's Wedding
narch. Miss Emma Hinn. the maid of
honor with Mr. Fred Fuller, the best
man, marched through the drawilig
room illto the Plarlor and took their
Places amid the palms. Then came
the little flower girls, Vivian Smith
and Edith Dantzler, making beautiful
the bride's path. The bride entered
leaning Upon the arnm of the groom.
They took their places between the
white coluins capped with ferns and
artistically decorated with trailing ivy
There they plighted their troth to
each other in the presence of a host
of friends- and relatives. Rev. Ellis A.
Fuller, brother of the bride, in his
impressive manner performed the
beautiful and solemn ceremony that
made them husband and wife.
The bride was pretty and, daintily
dressed in her wedding gown of white
crepe meteor trimmed in tulle, with a
veil of tille caught in cap effect with
the lille:s of the valley. She carried a
shower bouiuet of bride's roses and
lillies of the valley.
While the bride 111d grooi w re e
ceiving 1hlidr congrat uiations, Aliss
lild red Siinmons added to the pleas
anltiess of the evening with her de
lightfu Ili music.
The guests were then ushered to a
cozy cornermi of the spiacious 1eraida
Where pu'l ncli was served by Al isses
I"'stelle Turn-ler, INdith and I-Athel Smnith.
The Decor'ati onfs displayed taste- -
palms, ferns and ivy were used simp v
bu1t effectively. The light from the
cadliles vithin an1d froi the .Ja panose
itlanterils witioui gave a soft glow over
The bride Is a'coiplished and uniii
versalily loved by everybody inl the
towii. The groom is a popular younig
physiciani, aniid a ma n. of steri ling', wort h
Tle 1111inrouis 111(1 xpiid xpn i presents
attest to the e:steitn In whi ich they Ire
bloth bihl by ali 11hia 1:now them. The .
ln'ide's 11entln ss tnd silcerety, ani.1
1hw grooln's jinlgrity N nil honlesty a re
doestined~ to mak1e( f'or thlem a VH'ci
vie of iliends whImieevI t hey go.
Idil-VElR-L.\X is guarantleed 10 r*(
livve froulbles, resuiltinga From 1 dis
ordgred Iiver. Pla!n 1,ti r
"oorevily harinless. Pays Pharm-11acy.
'yleirsville, .July 20.-- tev. W. It.
.ustiis of' inore illed his egpl a
intieint at Sandy Springs Siiulay.
.1i'. tand i. s. 0. C. Cox ani chil
idri'eii spent last Ved nesday with Mir.
and .\ls. T. 11. Poole an11d family.
Alisst's Lula and Annie .\ae Donian
.'penvit latA .\loniday3 wIth .\rs. .\lattio
('lar k anid hamily.
liss .\lattie lielle P'ttersoi is spemd
ing a while wi\1h1 frieinds at Ware
Aliss E'"lizabeihl Alexander of L:Iiuder
'ollege spent last Thu rsday with .\liss
Mlessrs "". It. ai F.L. CoPoope were1
in Clinton Saiturday eveilng.
i. .1limi Pr i lice spent sev'eral dia ys
in Charl'ieston la st. week.
Alisses Grace, Fannie and .\Iat tie
Bobo~ I oole spent Satnurday e'veingi
w ith .\irs. C. 11. Coopier.
Mi's. Mlattle Clark iand .\rs .1". L.
I ooper anid clild1ren spent Sunday ev
an ing withl Air. and Mirs. TI. P. Pooh e
\l r. J. W. D)onnan and dlaughiteri, T
Allies A nniie Alane were in Laurieins 1:st a
Mr. TF. IP. Poole was in Lauirens
M i- Mlarmy Little is visliting lheu'
tlandmliiotheri, \lris. Lucy (lenin.
Aliss Lunla Little and Mir. Will Lit
L10 spent Su nday v ih Mr'. anud .Ailrs.
I). A. (3lenni aid family.
Air. Will Clarmk of G reen wood, is
spteningii. a few dlays wvith r'elatives
Tlhie protraictedl meeting will sttu
it Langston next Sunday.
LIV-.VE 11-LA X tones up the system,
itimul111ates the LIivei' to work in harim
my wvith the otheir orgtans. (;uaranteed
'o give satisfation. Rays Phlarmticy.
Only One "BROMO QUININB"
Lro get the genuine, cail for lull namne, LAXA.
'IV1C BIROMO QUININE. Lookforsignaoture of
E. W. GAOVE. Cures a Cold in One Day, Stops
:ough and headache, and works off cold. 25c, y
)peiirg Btooks of Subuscriptioni.
Hooks oif sub scriplt ion to thle cap I
al stock of Mer'chiants Sipeialty Comi- tl
;tany3 ill bie opened at thme o ce of
Dial & TIodd, E'nterpise Bank bu1 ild- a
*ng, Lauirens, S'. C1., on Saturday, JTuly
15th, 191-1, at i10 o'clock A. M., pursu
int to a coumission to the uindei'sigin
3d from the Secretary of State. Au-n
thoriz.ed capital One Thousand Dol
Iai's ($1,000.) to be divided into 0one
ciundred (100) shares of the par value
>f Ten Dollars ($10.00) each.J
L. 0. B~allo,
W. (1. Lancaster,
1W. HI. Holder,
T. F. Ray,
32-It _ Board of Corporators.
"Why is that little man down there
in the Center of the hall always mov
ing to adjourn?" "I don't know, but
he looks to me like one who might
want to explain to his wife and have
It over with as soon as possible."
Wake up your liver, A lazy liver
brings on thre worst of diseases. Take
Li V-'VER-LAX now. Rays Pharmacy.
ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH
If not use MAZDA TUNGSTENS. A pure
white Light at Less Cost.
home and get one and try it. See the difference
then you will let us fit up your entire house.
ALL SIZES IN STOCK.
S. N. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
In .11eemory of
1I.S. .l.Trn You will like
' iou r.he~. is lft uour club plan
I-eft us yes, foi evelr mor r:
IIt, we hope to ineet ou luiother.
OI that bligh t a lnd happy slioroh
zonely the house, and sal the lo r
F'ince' ollr' lother' ha.i gonte: No long )1iees to
lilt ohl a brighter. home thanl ours. Pm -
In leaven Is to\w her. Own.
Ve lliss thee fronm ouitr bo:v.'. d :.
We Iiiss the" fromt hy l ct* . I
shadow o'er our lit", is ea5t, lW e
We luiss the sunlshine of thy' fax.
V.- nilliss thy kiil and wilhinig 1a1 Lla! *wt wlll never'
Thy fonl d 1 ld4)31(1 333(l (am a n3'31st ca z wit r(:'l i d
h r holnm Is e dark without. hI: 1. yo u0 t 3
hitgh gra de Sou th
envefu3l be thy silent. slumbehor. Bend WatI
19:'c'ul 3in thy oe o 1im. :
koil no mor will joill oll 1331) It A Watch t1iat you
Thou nom mo u1r1 . Sorrows 1now. Will aIvays be proud
'et again we hope to ml1eet tle, to earr'.
Whi en the -day of life Is lI ed:
lidi 1leaven with joy to greet th Drop in this even
WhIere no far,-'eeI tears are sh.ed . - . !__ US -_
"hoer Dautghter."Ipai hsclbpa
/henever You Need a General Tonk.
Take- Grove's 1IEM~~JIS
T'he Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
[lill Tonie is equally valuable as a .e(:r
eneral Tfonic because it contains the d
ell known tonic properties of QUININE
ud IRON. It acts on1 the Liver, Drives I1l'31S
ait Malaria, Enriches tihe Blood and
SAtorne buyt La
l'iOfiit.ate Nto og prces to tl t~ng
Practc Noh hll Sttouta.o
The HorseThef Drop
sta 03,11111 I ix t~e o r pl ce Calsa sw red ny o.,ay t o nigat.
iii thlele Willthenoyoorewiol dnover
Band Suvy Wpalty
Drawingswald eawas be proud~m
PILL Laueno Sar. C.
I'Illeing and let useex
Tlain this.club pla
as tigt.Sa~st.AJey, iersi
as' shd heres. Eeyutwhe on .:O. 1. 6 a~ig