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106 L- AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mi'. -Theodore .Crews, of Atlanta is
visiting 'homefolks here. '
Mrs. C. M. Clarke is spending this
week in Hendersonville, N. C.
Mr. T. A. Lynch, of Mountville, was
a vfiitor in the city Friday.
Mr. J. L.- M. Irby of Charleston' is
spehding awhile here with homefolks.
Mrs. W. P. Thomas Is visiting rela
tives in Waterloo.
Mr. Nat Kennedy has returned lome
r'vter taking a special course at Pough
keepsie, -N '.
Mr. Yanedy'Gilkorson has returned
from Floience and Is again with H.
Miss Willie Dorroh left yesterday
for Anderson to visit Mr.- and Mrs. T.
Miss Ruth Gilliand spent a few days
in the city last week as the guest of
Miss Willie Ddrroh.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Roper and clil
dred of Fountain Inn, spent several
days here last week visiting relatives.
Mr. I. C. Coleman, who is now a
resident of Macon, Ga., is spending
awhile in Laurens visiting relatives.
Mr. C. -. Gasque has returned to
Laurens after spending a short vaca
tion with friends in Colleton county.
Miss Mary Burton returned this week
from Qhester, where she has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. R. E. Sims.
Mr. Billie Henderson will leave today
for Baltimore and other points in the
Interest of his tailoring business.
Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Pluss left Sat
urOday for a stay of some days in the
mountains of western North Carolina.
M r. Tac Townsend of Greenwood
spent Sunday here as the guest of Mr.
Mr. C. B. Bobo and family are
spending some time at Little Switzer
land, N. C.
Miss Mary Taylor, of Princeton, is
the guest of Miss Hester Cooper this
'Miss Ivora Miley, of Hampton. is the
guest of Mrs. John Hicks, on Farley
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Tally are visit
ing Mrs. Tally's parents, Mr. and .Mrs.
W. L. Boyd.
Miss Lucia Barksdale and Miss Mar
garet Miller are spending their vaca
tion at Saluda, N. C.
Mr. Bruce Barksdale, of Greenwood,
bas, been spending several days in the
city with friends.
Miss Rebecca Clarke has returned
home after a visit of five weeks with
her aunt at Spring Hope, N. C.
Mr. Gibbon Traynham has returned
to the' city. after spending several
weeks In Cincinnatti, 0.
Mi. J, -W. Moore and little daugh
ter of Coiumbia, spent a few days last
week at the home of Mr. R. Ec. Thomp
Mr. J. W. Todd, Jr,, has returned,
home after spending several days In
the mountaia resorts of western North
Mrs. JT. D. Watts and her sister'. Mrs.
'W. Hi. Webb) of Nashville, Tennx., left
yesterday for Greenville to spend sev
eral days with Mrs. Frank Spratt.
MIss Bufor't Curry of Owings is
vIsiting her sister, Mrs. L. 0. Hliers.
d\Mrs. Adam Chorry of Orangeburg,
is vIsiting Miss Lalla May Dial.
'MIss Zenobia WVelch and Miss Ethel
Nelson of Anderson are visItIng Mrs.
M. L. Roper. They came .to Laurensq
from AshevIlle In a runabout.
Mr. and Mrs. WV. M. Harris of Eas
ley have been visiting at the home
of Mr. Rl. ':. Thompson for the past
Mrs. Oroso S. Northey and little son.
Grose, Jr., of Columbia, are visiting
Mrs. Northoy's mother, Mr's. C. C.
Cooper, of this cIty.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caine left yes.
terday 'for Portsmouth, Va., where
they will visit Dr. and Mrs. Notting
ham for some time.
Miss Lynn Smith, who has been
visiting friends and relatives in the
city for some time, left yesterday for
her home In Union.
Mrs. A. J. Christophor, little Miss
Laura Elmily Dial and Mrs. W. N.
Austin ero spending some time In the
mountains near Hendersonville, N. C.
'Mrs. S. D. Garlington, Misses Car
ale Fl'eming, Ellizabeth Young, an'd
Elizabeth Moseley have returned after
#iending a few weeks in Tuxedo, -N.
Meseri. Henry Campbell, Hulon
Camnpbell, Blair Rico and Ethan FIrier
sen spesft Sunday in -Laurens 'isBiting
friends. - Tley came through the coun
ryin a Hiudson six,
Wisse. 'Maud end Grace Cannon
sibrnt -the afternoohi here 'yesterday
wth the Misses ChIldress, ' nroute
+ SOCIETY. +
Miss Roper Entertains.
Miss Carol Roper entertained last
Tuesday evening with a delightful
"Conversation Party" in honor of her
guests, Misses Grace DuPre of Spar
tanburg, Helen Roper of 'Petersburg.
Va., Polly Prentiss of Greenville and
Lolla Dell Ramsey of Anderson. While
the young people wdre enjoying them
selves with entertaining conversation
a number of the guests rendered a de
lightful musical program. During the
evening those present were served de
licious punch and ice cream and cake.
Miss Totbert Entertains.
- A most pleasant social event of the
week was the -party given yesterday
by Miss Margaret Tolbert in honor of
Misses Caroline and Agnes Speights
of Greenville. During the morning,
the gucsts, arranged around flve ta
bles, enjoyed inany games of Forty
Four. FolloNing the agames the host
ess served a delicious salad course.
from Montreat, N.'C., to their home
in Fountain Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Childress, IIlss
Jule Childress and Mr. Pack Childress
have returned home after spending a
week in Hendersonvill and Waynes
ville, N. C.
Little Misses Rosa, Toccoa and
Mariegen Gray, children of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Dial Gray, left yesterday for
Portsmouth to visit Dr. and Mrs. C.
Mrs. F. C. Pinson, of Ware, Shoals,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. M.
Clardy in this city. Mrs. Pinson was
accompanied by Master Douglas
Smith, also of Ware Shoals.
Miss Fronde Kennedy, of Clinton,
is spending several days in the city
with Miss Wil Lou Boyd on her way
home from Aiken where she has beeti
visiting for some time.
Misses Mlary and Lilla Todd, liss
Dot Iludgens and Mr. Kennerly Todd
returned yesterday from Saluda where
they have been spending the summer.
mrs. Todd and Miss Amlia Todd are
expected to return to Laurens today.
Messrs. 1I. 'E.Thonipson and C. 'D.
Roper of J. C. Burns & Co., are off for
a few days visiting relatives in WOish
ington, D. C. Before returning imone
they will also visit Baltimore and-At
lanile City, N. J.
Mrs. Jas. W. Henderson and Mliss
Avie Alahaffey have been spending
several day's at Greenville and Hen
dersonville. Mt'. Ilenderson joined
them at the latter place Monday and
all of them will return here today.
Misses Lutle Young,.Dee Drumnond,
Minnie Wallace, Wytnona Riley. Olive
Feagle, of Newberry, Wit Lou and
Hattle Gray and Mrs. John D. W.
Watts returned to the city Monday af
ter an intetresting and enjoyable trip
to Washington, Philadelphia and New
York. W~hile in Washington they were
shown many attentions by Mrs. Jos.
T. Johnson, wife of Congressman
JTohnson, whlo car'ried them to the in
teresting ploinits around the city and
intr odluced them to prominenit oticials
of tihe government, amoeng thetm b)
itng Presidetnt Wilson himself.
S'o many stotmach sufiferers have
been betnefitedi by a siimle preacri .
tion of vegetable oils wvhich cured a
Chicago druggist of chronic stomach
livotr and inltestinal trouleo 'of years'
standing thtat we watye sut'ely to
try thtis rleedy. It is k mo~ as May r's
Wonderful Stomach Re d~y. One dose
will conlvince yeou. It laually gives
wonderful relief wvithin 2-i hlour s--ev
en inl tile most stubborin eases. Mayr's
Wonderful Stomachl Retmedy is no0w
sold hlere by Lau rena Drug Co.
"I ivas troubled with constipation
and indigestion and spent hundreds
of dollars for medicine and treatment"
writes C. II. IHines, of Wi low, Ark.
"I went to a St. Louis ho >ital, also
to a hlospital in New Or e ns, but no
cure was effected. On ret ning hlome
I began takitng Chiamble lain's Tab
lets, and worked right along. I used
theml for sotno time and am now all
right." Sold by all dealers..
Summer Coughts are Dangerous.
Summer colds areo dangerous, They
indlicate low vitality and often lead to
serious throat and lung troubles, in
cluding conlsumption. Dr. King's.
New Discovery wvill reli e the cough
or cold promptly and it vent compli..
cations. It is soothing Snd intiseptic
and makes you feel better at once.
To delay is dangerous--get a bottle
of Dr. in g's New iDiscovery at once.
Money back if not satisfied. 60c and
$1.00 bottles at your druggist,
tbW To 0ive Qaluiae To ChIldren..
f, 3LNN Is the trade-niark name givn to an
POIinn. It isaTasteice rwzp,see.
and dosnot disturb Ujetenee .
No nqodatte taoe withltsh cannot
ating effects, MV-.VERJAX is happy
in results. Rays Pharmacy,
SALESMAN DIES HERE.
A. E. Fleischnian, of Baltimore, Died
at Saultailuni Last Thursday.
A. E. Fleischman, a traveling sales
man from Baltimore, died at the
Julia Irby S'anitarium Thursday after
noon while preparations wer6 under
way for an. operation. Mr. Fleisch
man came to Laurens Wednesday and
was in the store of Minter Company
when ho began to experience pains
about the stomach. The pains grew
worse as the day progressed and he
soon became ill. He was carried to
his room at the hotel and from there
to the sanitarium. Thursday after
ncon his condition became so preca
rious that an operation was decided
upon. A specialist in stomach trou
bles was secured from a nearby city
and preparatiogs were under way for
the operation. Immediately after the
administration of ether the patient
The body was prepared for buried
by Kennedy Bros., the local undertak
ers, and Friday morning was shipped
to Baltimore for burial.
Mr. Fleischnian was the represen
tative of a large clothing house and
was spoken of in very high terms by
the :members of the firm of Minter
Company. lie had made previous vis
its to the city and had made numer
ous friends outside of his business ac
quaintences. Sympathetic comments
were heard upon the streets upon the
peculliarly sad circumstances of his
death, being so far from his home and
Replying to a question from one of
our exchanges, we would advise that
the "Bull Mloose" party seems to be
in winter quarters at Abbeville or
STATE (A1PAIN TOMORROW.
Three Laurens County Citizens in
the Lists. Jlcs'sing Reception for
The state cainpaigni party will be
in Lautrens toimorrow. The meeting
will be held as usual at Holmes
Spring, near the liassenger station,
starting probably abolut 10 o'clock.
lie meeting this year will be of
peculiar interest because of the ap
pearance of three Laurens county
citizens, Messrs. Cooper and Irby,
candidates for governor, and Col. .1.
II. Wharton, candidate for Railroad
comnmissioner. 1. is expected that the
champions of these th ree gentlemen
will give them a rousing reception
when they are called upon to speak.
ACCEPI'S lOVEltNIENT JOl1.
Mr. Naim 4 Todd Will he in t1 inler.
nal levenue Service at Georgetown,
Mir. Sami Todd was notliled yester
day by the United States Government
that lie had successfully l)assed the
elvil service examination and had been
appointed Storekoeper-gauger for1
duty at the distillery of the E. 1. di
Pont deNemours Powder Company at
Georgetowvn, S. C. This positlin in the
Internal Rievenue Service is a most
dlesirable one and Mr. Tiodd's many
friends are congratulating him11 on his
success. IHe will leave today for his
ne0w post. For I le piresent his faily
wvill r'emain in Laurens.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to take this method of
thanking 0our many friends anid neigh
bor1s for the many acts of kindness
shown us during the illness of outr
boy, who has been at the Laurens
county hospital. Esp~ecIally do wve
thank Miss Irby, the nurses at the
hospital, D~r Vincent and neighbors
who showed many acts of kindness.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bramiett
Whenever You Need a Generat Tonk,
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains thme
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Visiting in O11ld omie.
Mr. Gee. CG. Boozer, a former Lau
r'ens county r'esidlent no0w livin~g at
Artosia, Miss., is visiting relatives in
this and adijoining counties, having
beeni at the home of his sister. Mr's.
R. A. Little for the past several days.
Mr. Boozer left this state about twen
ty four years ago and alamost contin
uously since. then has been a valued
employee of the Mobile & Ohio rail
road. is friends here were glad to
see him in his old home again. Mr.
Boozer went to Anderson yesterday
for a stay of a few days.
Hickory Tavera SchooL.
The rural improvement association
of the Hickory Tavern school will hold
its regular, meeting at the school
building Saturday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. All of the members are re
quested to attend and those who have
not yet Joined the associafion are in
vited to come and connect themselves
ith the organization,
"OETS-1T" FOR CORNS
SURE AS SUNRISE
New Plan. Corns Shrivel, Vanish.
Until "GPi'S-IT" was born nobody
was ever sure of getting . rid of a
corn. Corn treatinents nearly all con
had a limp,
He had to ride -
a pol7- ~
me put some
on his corn,
And called it,
"0 you onlyt"
tained the samue Ingredients, only
sone were liquid, some plasters,
see "wrappers" and somlle inI salve
forn. Now coies "OlS-iT" with a
newly discovered forntula-the corn
CIre oIn il a lew inciple 111d a1 shn ple
plan that never fails. This is why
"G0TS- IT" has grown in three years
to be the biggest-selling corn cure the
world has ever known.
There's no more need for fussing
with Coris. 11o intore dgiging or cut
ting. ''leres nothing I, press down
o0n tihe c0rn1, tlotllng o inatiame the
flesh, to " tp" e -on or cau se
paintt. Ptt two (I Is of "G ETS-1T"
o in two sce S. That's a1l1. For'
any coin, cal , wart or bitnion.
"Gt'S-IT" is sold by druggists ev
erywltere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct
by 10. L2awrence & Co., Chicago.
"CE0TS-iT'' Is sold in I aurens -by
Laurens Drtig CO., and 1 Rays Pharni
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will 'practico in all State Courti.
prompt attention given to all business.
NOTICE OF SALE
Order Chattel Mortgage
State of Sothi i al 011tia,
Coutity of IJInutre's.
ly virtie of thte aulitority contain
ed inl a ht L tel tmot'1gage, executl ed by
the Cold Poitit Gralite Coinpatny to
the National lantk of Newherry, of
Newberry, S. C., the South Carolin'a
Loan & 'lru'ist ComIpanay, of Char'leston,
S. C.. the Peoples National latnk, of
Prosperity, .. C., and the 1Exchaige
Bank, of Newberry, S. C., otn the l5th
day of Sept. 1909), and recorded Onl the
251h day of Sept. 1909 in Vol. 20, page
515 of Chattel .\lortgages lit the oflice
of C. C. C. 11. for I t1aurenls ,Counlty, in
said State, I will sell at pulblic olit
ery otn the 1st day of Spot., 191 1, .. 1).
in fronti. of the court houlise at anurens.
S'. C. C. II.. In said Cotmnty and Rate.
the following goods 1111d chattels dv
scribed in the mor't gage, to wit:
One (1) 50 It. P. l)lddeli ngine.
One (I) 50 If. P. boiler.
One (1) 61) I. P. Thomnpkils boiler.
One (1) hoisting engine.
Otne (i1 Sulllivanl air COMP11ressor an1d
One (1) Inger'sol seel drill.
Four (-) holsting crabs.
'Otn (1) Aust.iii rock erisher No. 5
wIth scrieetn and blt.
One (I) dlrtnt.
Elight (8) guy wires.
Trwo (2) dItinn Catrs.
Otne (1) lot of light dumap car trail.
Tree (3) hundr11 ied feet of 1 inch
T1ermts of sale: Cash.
JOlhN ID. OWI'NGS.
3-3t. Agent for Mor'tgager'.
S'I't1NG IN Y0l1K.
M[r. J1. S. ~wMacen Enilthistle Over
Mr. (Cooper's Pr'ospects Int thatt (Coun
Mr'. J1. S. Mbacen of ithe Lauretns
Triutst. Company, slpent sever'al (lays itn
Yor'k County last week wIth relatives
and was presen0tt at tiho camnpaigni
meeting in Y'orkville. lie is hIghly
enthusiastic ov'er the popl)tarity' of So
licitor Cooper in that coxanty. i~e
says that Mr'. Cooper' receivedl aL rous
ing r'ecepltion at Yor'kville and Is galn
i:ig strength Itherte every day.*
Good litason for Is Etni~huasmst.
When a man has sufferexd foxr sever
al dcays witht colic, dilarxrhoea or otht
er' formit of bowel COmptllalit and is
thten cutred soutnd atpd well by one or
I wo doses of Cluinhberlai's Colic,
Chtoletra and Dlatr~ oca Rlexmedy, as is
oftetn thxe case, iafl butt natural that
he shouildx be ent ltslastic itn his praise
If the r'emedly andt~ especially is this
the ease of a severe attack( wheni life
Is threatened. Try it whlen In nteed
of such a remedy, It never falls.
Sold by ail dealer's.
There wIll ho Children's day at Mt.
Pleasant chutrch next Saturday, Au
gust 15. Tho public is cordially in
~HICH ESER S PILLS
e, wIth Blue RItA.
DbfRANIDP 8. for s
yars knowaa~st, sfest.Atways Reliable
LAIJaIms DaUG CO,
Wake'- up' your liver. *A lazy liver
brings on the worst of diseases. Take
LI V.VER.JLAX now. Rayn Pharmacy.
Fruit JarsJar Rubbers *
and JellyGlasses -
PRICED TO SAVE YOU MONEY!
Our stock is complete in both Mason Screw
Top and Balls Sure Seal.
Mason's Screw Top. Ball's Sure Seal.
Pints per doz. .. .. 50c Pints per doz. ..... 55c
Quarts per doz. . 55c Quarts per doz. . 70c
Half Gal. per doz. 80c Half Gal. per doz. $1.00
Very Best Rubbers to be found at 5 and
10cts per dozen. Jelly Glasses
New Shape 25cts per doz.
o S.M.&E.H.Wilkes&Co. o
Lo - 01= =0-- ==11111I !1O
NOTI.CE OF Eil1(il o.N. 1 li tle coitliliissioirs of
Siite of South ('311-011111, clIt'ii I ,11 poll list the boxes roin
Notice is hereby given that i elec- 11:41. I( tle ieSti t of the electiou
lion will be held inl this coun ty at the Ml. t r" of El (Ctit --The foll)w
voting preeillcts fixed by law, onl Tues-i or eleel 14)1have vil
day. Aug. 25th, 1 th1., te said day b a- to h0l the eleetlo ll . to
ing Tuesday 'ollowinlg tle fourth I.lon.- va riotis i-et nts Il tfi Sa( t
day, as prescribed by S'pecial Act to le ns ('ol iil-.no A 1 l
01' Lau renis on- the qutestiont of' disconi- I lledn- o.:.Ilavel,.1o..
t1finuig the rurvat pol1Ice systeminIl51( sagid l 7l.L (Iek
countty, as follows: lno.l*leiXX.I. len
lie It enacited by thet G1eneral As-.1t).7i.Iato.
semb11ly of thle S"tate of SothI Ca rollina, (111otTts .Illc,1.C
Th'lat there Is hei'eb~y ordered an elec
tlin it the county of Laulrens, to be iit.. s ~ et~Clet 11
held on the Itast Tu'esday it Autgust, ( t oi7lI . (.'' ia~1' ~ '
S11. ott thle qunest Ion 01'(discontiInuintgAidrlt1('t'31.Al'til.
the Rural P'olice system In saidl couno- XXttl11.A.idi'l. JI.S
ty. it said electlin 01113 <tlallled f3lWdQI.'tli'so.
electoris residinhg withboot incorp'lorted II tll tr-- ' lbel.L 1
towns anld ci tIes havIng poli1ce pr'O o- tl ..10.1.l"s
tection shall1 be alflowed to vote, and1 1)itsol-.I) 'aik W t.M
lie elet'( in coimminissionetrs of said . .XJd~ a3
counity shall aplpoint mnanagers to cont- 'oih' tie-W .Hb .'
duct sa id electionl. wh'o shlut tIabtula c'te ae .I.Cx
the votets andltit m ke1 letuirtn, as now re- P ts t X ojtn- ..A 'It111i...5
tittired by law for genecral antI d eiaj l'l(,.F.$tifi
electlins. ''i:llnilol.X' ~sn 1
TPhe <tualIifleatins 1or souffrage areC o ~t*(. ) ~e les
ats follows:l0lltI Oig A.Xod,1..
itesideince inl State for' two years., rs -l -W ~ dt ,oii ~II
Ill the county one year, In thle polling.T .Iosfn
lrinc~ltt in whlIeht the elector offer's Mtitll-J.CCIieHrCat
to vote, fouri mth~tls, and~ thte pay13- 101CyeSti
men~lt sIx mtonthls before any electioiin OVl--tsltok,1.V.''ttpe
of any13 poll tax then dute andt 1tayatble. t,(tsC.lgtt.
Pr'ovided, Tlhat iniflsters in chtarge of .~.Pesnt-~ayFolr ll
ain orgaized chuorcht tand teachters orfuliliglllC.7i oIe
puoblic schtools shall be0 entItled to G~vlI'-atI~d ,los.)
vote aifterU sIx mlonth l's residetnce in l e w 1 .I to
state, othterwlse quaftlIid. Eol-H ~ 'l lll 1 ) tie
Rtegistrlationt-Patymtentt of all taxes ..X.;~ ry
Including 1)011 tax, tassessedl atidt col- (Ims eotlIoue.I.Hrttt
prlodutlein of' a certIfIcate or the re- 111lC1 -' .Hate .Jylc
eipt of thec ofilcer's authorIzed to col- CletoI.X' ~vtptt
lect sucht taxes shall lie 'onc(ltusive. Xat~ll--..Y dy et
pr'oof of the patymten t ther'eof. Hito) ii.r.1t'wle
Befor'e thle hour' fixedl for opeinig Xodil-.C.Oel,.1.R
thle polsImantager's and clerks mutstltt,...Itab
take and1( suibscrlibe to thle Constitu- iaCor-lC.rtsiotP..
tlontal oath. Thte chilrmant or thte Aeeoul,'~ts .A'tt't
b~oardt or mtanager's can admtinister thte Stwitsto-Ctt'e atef...
oath to the othetr managers and to the C iuhonI.5 ok
clerk; a Notary Public mulst adiIs- Co' fr-.l.Bon t 1
tor te oatht to chtairmnan. fThe malt-Coer.1T.dwr.
ager's elect their chtairman anti clerk. ''p'o)..WfodAtesn .M
Polls at each voting 1)1ace mutst be Bl'~t .W ~s
opeCned at 7 o'clock a. m. and close at DasCtrl-~iyAeeobe
4 o'clock p. m.A'ltr11ll1,W i apel
Theo managers have the power' to fill 'hlhJ .Ao'rmt, .3
a vacancy; and if none of theo man- Blsy .S ot
agors attend, the citIzens can appoInt, l~~eIA .Aln e.T
from among the qualIfied vo-ters, theflonJonBCao.
managers, whto. after beintg sworn can Iafr-~l orJ .Fe~g
At titoclose f th lectio, uthe i'ai'W,- B. thaely nommssioers o
i~angos ndclr rtlt roee pb naln, P. C. Ma li.thbos 0
licy t opn te bllo boes a langTho ba.an writen Wtate
cout te alltsthee~n ad cntn Blctsl of the rWsltobthn eecton
ue wthot ajounmen unelrhe of C einTe fllw.
sam I cmplte ndmak astte 'W.aer of desonpavbe
meitofth rsutfo echofic, and oined t hld theeetoa. h
s~gnthe ain. 'Wt-vnarious day .retin O~thesionty:
theeafertil ch~rmn o th bo a~well T.\Cew.L.Cek
or om oe esgnaedbyth b Ard d ereryR bas