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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. R. L. Motes, of Atlanta, is vis
iting his relatives here.
Mr. H. C. Duncan, of Cold Point,
was a visitor in the city Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H-. Dial are spend
ing awhile in Hot Springs, N. C.
Mrs. .Thad Simpson is in Ashville,
N. C., visiting her daughter, Mrs. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Roper are
spending several days in Henderson
Mrs. A. I. Sanders and little son
are spending several weeks in Saluda,
Mr. M. . Copeland spent the week
end in Saluda with Mrs. Copeland and
Messrs. J. F. Hfarty and Arth-ur
Lee spent Saturday and Sunilay in
iDr. W. IT. Irby has retuirned from
Hot. Springs, N. C., where he has been
spending most of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor and
children of Greenville have been
visiting relatives in the city.
Mr. C. Ii. Roper left Monday to
join Mrs. Roper in Little Switzer
land, N. C.
Miss Anna Prentiss of Greenville
urrived in Laurens yesterday to be
the guest of relatives. .
Mr. 1C. W. Garrett of Greenwood,
spent Sunday in Laurens with his
mother, Mrs. \V. 11. Garrett.
Miss Bessie Crews will leave today
for Atlanta where she will spend
somb time with relatives.
Mrs. C. D. Cobb with her children,
of Greer, are visiting her sister, Nirs.
ID. It. Blakeley.
Mr. and .NI's. 11. F. Fleming of
Greenwood are in the city visiting
their son, NIMr. R. F. Fleming, Jr.
Miss Margaret I)lal and Master'
Frank D!al left last Sattrday for a
stay in Biltmore, N. C.
Misses Elizabeth and Lenoir 11111
of Greenville, arrived 'yesterday to
be the guests of irs. Vir'ginia Caine.
I isses Olivia and Bettle Bramlette
leave ithis morning for Mt. Mitchell,
Mr. and Nts. Warren Bolt and
childrenl are spentding several Weeks
at Hender'sonville, N. C.
Dr. and Mrs. Ii. K. Aiken will
leave this week for IIendersonville,
N. '., going through the country in
Col. L. E. Burns, of ied Iron
Racket fame is spending several days
in (reenville looking after binsliless
Misses ('aroine S'peights an .ne' s
Speigats of (reenville will arl.,e to
day to be the guests of Nlisses himo
gene and Kathleen Wilkes.
Miss Nantio Peterson is spending
seve:al aILiays in Darlilngton as the
guest of her brother, 'Nir. John Peter
Prof. and Nits. .J. Furman Thomason
and child, of Blainbridge, Ga., are
visiting Prof. Thomnason's relatives in
Mr. U. Keenhan, secretary of the
Lau rens bottle blowers associal lon,
left several days ago for Mlassilon, 0.,
where lhe wiillI visit his paretnts.
Misses Willie May, Annie Hello atnd
Bess Childr'ess have returned from a
pleasat visit to relatives ini Foun
Mr's. E. C'. Simpson, of the Bar'ks
dale sectfin, took the train htere Mon
day for Deeanur, Ala., to visit her
Prof. anid Mrs. B. L. Parkinson have
arrived in laurens and ill be0 at the
home of Nits. VirginIa Caine on South
Miiss Roberta Dor'roh, accompanied
b~y Misses Salli D~orroh and Lucy
Pedon of Gray Court, left Monday for
a trip to several places in Georgia.
Mrs. John T. Stevens of Kershaw
Is visiting Iter parents for a few days,
after whlich sihe wvill leave for H end~er'
sonville, N. C.
Mr's. James Dunkhin and lIttle son,
Miss Virginia Grey and Mr. Russell
Gray are spendin' a few days on Suxl
Mrs. JT. ID. Jeans of Greenwood,
Rpent sever'al days here last week as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ilampll
Hunter. Mt'. Jeans caine over and
spent Sunday withx them.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Darlington, and
Misses Lucy Vance aed Claudia DarI
ington left. Monday for Green Park,
N. (3., where they will spend a month.
They motored through the country.
iMisses Polly Prentiss of Greenville,
Orace IDuPre of Spartanburg, and
Lolla Dell Ramsey of Anderson, ar
rived yesterdaty to* visit Miss Carol
Mise Iv al and Jeanette
Sandrsof UionandGladys Gridges
of ,Blackstock, the gnests of Mr...and
Mrs. J7. T. A. Ballew epent the day
Mr. W. M. Hayes if Greer spent a
cpuple of days here this week. ie
will leave Thursday for the northern
markets and will be accompanied by
Mrs. R. 1. Babb was called to At
lanta yesterday morning on account
of the sudden death of Robert Adams,
a nephew. The deceased visited here
whihn a child.
Mirs. W. W. Rucker returned to her
home in Bessemer City, N. C., Mon
day after a very pleasant visit to her
sister. Mrs. W. H. 'Culbertson Jr., In
the Mount Pleasant section.
Misses Mario Setzler, of Spartan
burg, Maartha Boozer, of Columbia,
and Shirley Black, of Gerogetown,
will arrive today to be members of a
Miss Margret Dunlap will entertain
a house-party this week composed of
Miss Maarle Setzler, of Spartanburg,
Miss Martha Boozer, of Columbia, and
Nis4 Shirley Black, of Georgetown.
Mlr. Richard Dunlap, who is now
on the Dunlap place near Alountville,
and .\lr. 10ugene Stokes were members
of a very enjoyable house-party in
Abbeville county last week.
'Mr. Jack B. Timmerman, at one
time employed at the local freight
station ofilce of .the C. &. W. C. rail
road, has been transferred to the
lampton oflice where he now holds
a mocre responsible position.
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.\Mr. Claude S. igwell, formerly of
Lanureiis, and .liss Alida A iierson. of
'eiisylvaniia, were married oil the
2Ist of .1uly. Mr. llagwell is a brother
of Chief lkagwell of this city ald hl s
numbers of other relatives in tills
coun ty. Nir. and Mrs. llagwell will
make Itlffalo, N. Y., their fiittire hote.
3r. and11 mrs, lhtvenport lieturni.
Mr. aid Irs. .1ames Davenport, who
spelit their honeyioont at the Isle of
Palms, retu rned to tle city ''hu rsday
evening. They were givn nit en thus
instIc reception by their friends ip
on their arrival. A brass band had
been procured for the occasion anld
placed In the tire-wagon pulled by the
two big grays. As the young couple
got lito their carriage, the baid
struck up a i lively tune and the pro
cession staited tip the street. .l r.
Davenport, who is a member of the
city police force an(d fire departilent
was married to 'irs. Da\v.'n port at
reieiiwood on the 26th.
PllDEI OF .JENNICO.
To be Shown at. the Idle Hour Thurs.
diay Night. house Peters in Lend
The famous romantic phly "The
Pride of Jennico," by Abba Sage
Richardson and~ Griace Livingston
Furniiss, wvill be shown at the Idle
H-our Thursday afternoon and night
wvitlxh-louse Peters taking the leading
r'ole. This Is oine of the "Famous
Player" seies of picturies in whIch
Ilouse Peters has already appelar'ed
several times. Th'lis play w~as one of
the greatest successes ever' lut ont
the AmeiIcan stage and por'trayed in
min'ig p)01icre by the F'amouts Play
er actors, it makes one of the most
effective films yet gotten out.
As usual the Idle Htourt patrons will
be shown several r'eels in additiont.
The admnission char'ge will be the
same as alwvays, fiye and ten cents.
MILLION D)OLLAlt 3MYSTEIIY.
To b~e Shown at the Opera House lHe
ginning Th'lursday Afternoon andu
"The Mlillion D~ollar Mlystery" about
wvhich much has b~eent said during the
past few weeks by moving picturie
fans, will be0 shownt at the opera
houmm, the fIrst recel to be shown
Thursday afternoon and night. Tihe
series wvili contInue for twenty'-thriee
weeks at the end of which time a price
of $10,000 will be awar'ded to the per
son making the best solution of -the
problem in the play. The usual pr'ie
es, 5 and 10 cents, will be0 charbed. lie
sides this excellent featureo the uisual
numb~er of good reels w i be shown.
Off on Camping Trip,
Mrs. g. D. Childreas, Misses Annie.
Nell and Lucie Vhildress, Miss Fannie
Bloulware, Messrs. Fowler, Dick and
Dave Childress. Mr. Sam Kellett and
Mr. Joe Smith composed a congenial
party which left on a camping trip to
the meuntains of North Carolina Mon
day. -The male 'nembers of the party
left by dprivate conveyance barly Mon
day morning and wore joined at
Greenville by' the ladiis. TPents and
ample provisions were carried along
for. a two weeks' trip. Theytwillvisit
Caesars Head, Drevard, -Henderson
ville and other pnoints.
Ieal Estate Sales.
Mlr. J. N. Leak, the Gray Court-Lau
rens land man, reports the -following
deals In real estate for the past week:
20 acres known as part of the Mar
tin Riddle estate was sold to Mr. E. M.
Riddle for $500.00.
30 acres known as part of the Mrs.
Nan Knight homestead, witli dwelling
and outbuilding sold to Mr. Clyde
Illughes for $30.00 per acre.
07 acres Just outside corporate Hlm
its of Gray Court, with tenant house,
sold to Mr. Mace Langston for $50
The regular quarterly conference of
the First Methodist church was held
in the church rooms Saturday night,
Rev. P. F. Kilgo, presiding elder, pre
siding. The affairs of the church
were reported in splendid condition.
Sunday morning Rtev. Kilgo treach
ed to a large audience assembled from
all the congregations of the city. On
account of the summer season, he
preached a very short sermon but one
which made a distinct impression.
Sunday night Rev. .J. L. Daniel of Un
lon, plreachr d a forceful sermon to a
The morning service was the first
held iII this church in several months.
The church has been closed for re
pairs and renovating. A beautiful new
carpet has been placed upon the floor
and the walls calcimineid. Th cexpens
(s incident to clealing and refurnish
Ing the church was iornte by the la.
(lies of the congregation.
Dunenn Creek Grave Vard Notice.
On account of my recent and con
tinaued ill ness I amn unable to have
the grounds of Inunean Creek grave
yard put in order, as I have planned
for somtte thncue, to do, tihis summer.
Sinctie I aIn dienledi this privilege, may
I ask all those who have loved ones
lburI'ied in the old ceietery, to meet,
forimulate plans, an11d assist in cleant
ing this grave-yard Where the tombs
and the graves which imark the ashe.,
of ou - forefathers, mtolters and
grantdtmothers, long since comt in 1 gled
with lthe earth, now covered with
veeds and 1t n(erbirush. I hope each
will be impressed with their ldutty, al
i teci ate the necessity and i1portantce
of protecting and cariIng for this Old
ist orki burying-llace.
(NI.is.) 1.1mm1in1a G onti.
Sp.atrtanutlrg, S. C.
('ol IlessitI ('nntdbintes to Speli
Ifere .uigus 1i711h lit Court. Ioust
The county Chair meI.'11(.tt of itnion
G;reenville, Spartnburg and Lauren.s
coutitites imtet it Sptr:taniturg .\loniday
to aringe for the coigressioina Ctamit
paign. After giving the miatter d11o
contsiderat fon the followindg ititerary
v:s decided upont:
l'nion --Augist 1).
The Ieetings ar'e t be hold in '.b
court houise of each place, begintnating
at 11 o'ioick inl thle mo ing.
Thetr'e are titrtee ('and cliates int thc
rade, the prt~eent conigriessmiani, .o
T. .Joitnsoni, Santutel .1. Nichtol s, ci
Spai'tanburg. and~ (Col. TI. C. FitDncan
F. P. ROtGERIS D)EAD.
t'ine'i 0f .1i's. (. P. Vincentt Diled 11ere2
.\lr'. Frank P. Roger's, unicle of Mi's
'C. P'. Vinceent, died at the htoite 01
fi'r. and Mi's. fincent here Tu'iesday
itight . Mi'. Rogers htad been in poor
itealthI for some ttme and r caime hter'
about two monthts ago tot' ttreatmtent
A few weeks ago hte sutffer'ed a stro'ke
of pariaiysis atnd sitce that timte ihis
lifie has iteen despaired of.
'IThe funercal sei'vices wet'e hteld
Wednads~ay afternoon, the body being
interred it the cemetery hei'e. 11ev,
Mr t. Roger's itad livedl in r'ecent Iyearz.:
at WVoodrutff anti wa~s a membet' of the
WVoodrutff Bapiitist churchel. At e
time heo was a resident of thtis city
andi~ his deatht was a shock to his many
Mr i. Rloger's Is stirvivedi by3 his wife,
foutr br'othei's and twvo sisters. hils
brtothet's and~ sisters arc Dr. Chai'les,
of (Gray Court; W. L., of Weiford;
'Robtert, of Aiabcama; V. M., of C'avins;
'rs. W. Ii. Duummond, of Lanford;
aind Mi's. Illicombe, 0-f Campobeilo.
For Sullivan's Magistrate.
'Mr. L. C. Aberombie, a pt'ominent
citizen of Sullivan township- and a
most successful farmer was in the
city this week and announced his can
didacy for tho office of magistrate in
his township. ils regular announce
ment card appears in this issue of
At Copeland Sebool.
Miss Jayne C. Garlington, tomato
club organizer, will give a picture
show at the Copeland schoolThursday
night,August 6th, at 8 o'etock. N'o ad
mission fee will be ~charged. ,.Thi
nnhlic i invited to aa
How the Trouble Starts.
Constipation is the cause of many
allnients and disorders that make life
miserable. Take Chamberlain's Tab
lets, keep your bowels regular and
you will avoid these diseases. For
sale by all dealers.
3lanagers Primary Election.
The following named persoins have
been appointed as managers for the
different club precincts:
Lanfor'd-Lj. M. Cannon, T. A. Drum
mond, C. 0. Cox.
Cross 11111-J. W. Hannah, J. B. Pin
son, It. D. Nance; 1-. N. Fuller, clerk.
Wades-W. S. Atchison, Wim. W.
Walker, Robert F. Wade; Marshall
Clinton Mill-W. A. Shand, G. M.
Aleadors, T. F. Buchanan, II. Y.
Alountville-J. S. Winebrenner, Wal
ter P. Boyd, Claud L. Coats.
Pleasant Mound--Edgar Burdett,
Brooks Fowler, T. A. 'Cannady.
Youings-Gray Ilarris. Jess Cheek,
Ilopewell--J. L.' Dickett, Boyd
Chandler, D. W. Williams.
Pattersion's Store-C. C. flembree,
Wi. Godfrey, ltussel Patterson.
I.angston--l) A. (tlenn, W. -D. Byrd.
.\Iartil l'onle(; c.u \. Owens, clerk.
.koi-.. I). Terry, I,. C. Culbert
son, A. 1). Williams.
Daniel Store--W. L. Cooper, .\. I).
.it eii 1, .1. N. .onos.
L.aulreis Cotton .\lill--F. T. liuncan,
S. If. Putulman, .1. W. Ilellais.
I .-aurn -S. It. Todil. Albert )ial,
HI. .\. WrIght: Urover Petersol, clerk
Goldville-D. T. (bothfrey. .1. G.
Italle, L. V. P~inson: W. E. Ilamer,
Hitekory MTvern-W. .\. Abercrom.
hiN , It. N. Volt. .1. .\. Coat . Jr.: .1. I.
'Tumb in Ili ng,. cilrk.
P'oplar Ifig --..1. W ool, 1.. E.
,'rawfo-I, '. l'l. Sim; sonl. Sr.; S. E.
.I Itedgo, c!krk.
P~rinceton - .1. T. .\l::chenl, .Too T.
Divieniport, .\. .1. .\oi-1': tol S. itu!T,
W at ts.\.; - .1. \',. Sno-lld y E'. Y.
.lc(iown, .laim s lilakoly; It. .\i
lnt n -It. 1'. Adair, 1". .1. Cop'
a d, Sir.. Thomas .\I. .\lIair: it. )
l'ow.er-lt. C. Ow\ings-., 11. .1. G;. Olr
ry, .John Stothlard: \'. A. Wh1-11, ch-rk.
Gray. Coutl --Zen'o \Wil: on. .I. N.
(arrisol. W\. II. larksiile; A. C
Shilolh ---I imgh S. WaIlace. Itusi
Wilson, .oh.ni I. Wolil; .1. N. .\er
\\'t i e-.I. Vi:. W h1,1m. !,:I it ren.
.l 'll on , W. I.. .W
S. .\dir, cler~k.
. D ia s---'... Sto le-I. us. .l. II. Curry.
W . It. li ri;S.. l. Owinlgs, clerk.
Wtrlood . C. Andtero, W. itW
lledhen, S. H. Nelson.
T . ii, To --S A. I Taylor. .1. E. .
( ' :utnl. I. . Anderson.
.\l i'e;. V. .\ claov, .1. W
aowler, W. 1 . a.loiIl.
I Coo. k t'. Cokor. . . 1
ok, 'IE. W. 'atton: W. . Tlacksutin
Gray;' - . lelbhl. .. .1
aot. .I. s Eda Fin
Stewart,.s FoeGe T. Cook.
C. B . li-ard, Hlenry Prior; Waillact
11I.b-nno--.. W. Ilorton. .ino. M .
Copolam0. T. S. Simpson.
WIhaere tie namte of thes clerk is
ao beenI andegld oin thel mnaer twil
thepoin.age oat liel eyspectvet pri
eingts. guli'a ii(is es h.IaI
Whe I ieni' a 1011.W.o iC. 1lhy,
W. .ll es, Cootun511113 tthy Chirmanh
Laurns Peo le 311 s-- liecosame ail
NIdneyWoo il oe-Iltr i Co.
Props. nliatr gN.rll wan.yu
Noftice tho idne hsecret aios. eli
Seei i the A oor is unaturs'a l ri
tilotr-ae ttlsetc.ns Styl adiet
Passagesir Mne t an Strnfu.
2i3tP tim. tn te srious kidnrt
I~s lmeto ue -acn Cirmyan.
Doan' hav dTn Creatwor i
ves7 S. Spa~rt abrg t . C.,ysa:
the pasmft eplc~miw kidney seretione
Ot'bfr styles in furniture may come and go,
bIut the C)l1ial1 goes on forever. Its simplicity
and strength are tyically American, reflecting
the (oilnating chara 'idi: cf our foreihthers.
The unit i1.'a i Coloial Bookeases is a darig
conception. Thfy :te
More Than .ust Mere Jookcase
They house 3our book:s in a wav thot ik convenient amd
l)icasinllr, inl them the beaulil ii, com1bim dl with tihe prictical,
finds r)L'1'fctc expression. I hiy not oily furnish but deeorate
your home, Incstig-ition and _-omparisut with otoers will
\\e II ve -li..l.4 eaiy,ed ' lor 4tspectbi io d .'ougil bc oieas4ed
s. i. E. H. WILKES & C0.
AND RETURN FOR $12.00
Aug. 12th; 1914
way C mpany, and Spartan
burg and Southern R. R.
Call on M. J. SIMPSON, T. A.,
+ Or write Laurens, S. C. +
. ERNEST WILLIAMS, G. P. A., *
LItNFOlItD NEWS. * iy((alo esaetosytt
L an ford. Aug. 3.-AMfr. .11 l'1ra Thom a o13 ntidd odaa1hv
anod fa mily arec the gulests of t hedoeertfeatndheai agm
former's iairents,~ 31t. ad \ r1s. W. A. etigt i 111g taan m
TIhomuas, lthis week. nliolewilfieeoe. ou
.irs. D )siaI .1:arti and 01 daught, er, aoIwsa ice ihsitc
31ilss MTary, arie visitinog friends andlwihhs ruh uh ufeiga
I id eta li ier. t 'uue'i ey(~ itLl hthro
31r. Cofer Gbossett ando wife are' vis - ntjsa eal oj~ ec
Iting at 31r. .1limic 11 Pat tersonl's. pii a13. 1lw~eIsil 10)
31 rs. Tfom lu rgess has gone to 113 1 abet o 1 a iin
Geor'gia en a visIt. i creyileaavri 10t
.\Irs. J1. Lee Langst on is the guest.asr h odpoieo il ~n
or 3lrs. 11. A. Mlills this week. 1' htIfh~ elz htmyrcr
Aliss Pauline Nelson is visiting at Ii uw r11 ~ti (i httl
31irs. II. 3!. Johnson01's this week. ti iy u oo h ap~ntu
.\irs. Ophella F'owler, who was ~oidntifctteitSit
atriicken with tmraly3sis onl her waly 1 11pe'tiedtt.lgsric
to clotrchi last Friday, we are gl ad to ~l i oh)vlrt '-lc o.'h
repor1t, is consid(er'aly impr~oved. olclodrI evnalbrr
3ir. JT. S. I liggins, who has beenleul3cdb h 1011 n ogsr
quite slek, Is able to lie out again. lelkthlogsvieoteen
Mr. II, S. IBurdett has returnied from gneat111 rlbrr nyft
the summer school at Knoxville.
Air. L~. M1. Cannon was a husiness 111 o e'igbtc ih(Clet
visItor to Laurens Mionday.
Mir. T. R. Wolff was in LautrensRspcfly
Tuesday on busIness. 0...Thmsn
The meetIng at the MethodIst church
closed Friday night. There were !wstobewihoniai4
three added to the membership of the adidgsinadsethnrd ~
church. o olr o e~ieadtcteW
Annual Picnic oahope.i NwOl~nbtn
The annual picnic of Myrtle Campcuewse(ce.Onrtrighm
No. 206, W. 0. *W. will be held at Ibgntkn hmollsTb
FriendshIp Presbyterian church ones n okdrih ln.Iue
Aug. 14th, 1914. There will be several rgt"Sl yaldaes
speakers invited. The public is cor -_____
dIally invited to come."TePdeoJnno"ithe
R. M. Wasson, res~ h deforTusa
* CePk. eight Do miss stais toat a