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8 Local and Personal Mention. 8
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Miss Clatie Roper of Spartanburg
ts visiting home folks here this week.
Mr. Jack McCravy Is'spending his
vapation In Hendersonville, N. C.
Wiss Ainnie Kibler of Newberry I
the guest of Miss Nell Payne.
Miss Fannie Poole of TPylersvile,
spent the day here last Saturday.
'Dr. G. F. Klugh of Cross Hill spent
liursday afternoon in Laurens.
Dr. J. M. Blearden and Mr. Fred Lit
tle motored to Hendersonville and
spent a few lays last week.
Mr. W. G. Ross has returned home
after a few weeks' stay in Henderson
ville and other points.
Mr. and Mrs.' E. V. Ferguson and
little daughter spent a few days in
Tryon, N. G., isit week.
Messrs. .John Inman and George
Klugh returned yesterday from New
York where they spent several days.
Miss Sarah Iteld returned hlioae
Sunday after a pleasant stay at Har
. Miss Margaret Parker of Greeniville
is spending several days here as the
guest of Mliss Polly Prentiss.
Misses Jennie and Addle Shealy left
Fridayfi for lall River, N. 'C., where
they wIll -spend their vacation.
Miss Mary I)amon of Charigston, is
visiting at the home of Miss Mildred
Miss Neille Wallace, of Atlanta, has
been spending her vacation -here with
'riends and relatives.
.Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold, of
Princeton, art i'ed in tIhe city Monday
to spend sev":ral days with Mr. and
Mrs. W. 1'. Ta'lor.
Mr. S. R. Todd left last week for
Georgetown where lie has aceepted a
position inl the U. S. . Internal Itevenie
Mr. W. G. Laneasir and family left
yesterday for P'au iline. in Spartanburg
county, where they will spend several
days with relatives.
' The many friends over the county
of Mrs. W. C. 1rby, Sr., will regret to
learn t'hat she is very sick at her' home
Mises Caroline and Agnes Speiglis,
who have been the guests of the Misses
Wilkes, have retua raid to thl r-1'hom in
Miss Lolla Dell Ramsey, who has
been the guest of Miss Carol oliper,
left yesterday for Greenville where
she wIll visit Miss Udora Ramsey.
Mi ses Lucy and Lola MePliall have
4(cturned loie after a very pleasant
visit to frienids anad revlatives in Ander
Rev. all I Mr's. W. L. ulbertson, of
ShlIman, ('a., are visiting relatives
in the colunity. Largely on his necolnt
a family reunion will he held at the
old homa;i place near Ekoi today.
Miss oherta Dlorrioh returned to
thie cIty Mond(ay after an enijoyable
trip to Georgia. She was accoman iied
home by Miss Nelle WVhiteside, of' 10l.
berton, Ga., who will speand some time
visitIng relatives in this county.
~Mrs. W. ii. Webb and (daughter', MIss
Margar'et Webba wh'o have beena visIt
ing relatives hier'e for several weeks'l(,
left Monday for Spartan bur g and( llen
dersonvillo wher'e they will visit for
a few days befor'e returning to theia'
home in Nashville, Trenni.
'Dr. and M.!rs. 11. K. Aiken r'eturn'aed
Moniday faroma Moantreat and 1llender-.
Bonyllle. Masfter Rlobert Aikena, wh'lo
lias beeai spiae~ing the sumnimer in the
- Inountains, retur'ned with them.
A'?rs. Clyde Ray and Mastear C. K., Jra.,
dMiss Nadith Sexton left yesterday
no Spar'tanbuarg whier'e they will spenad
the balance of the week with their
mnother. Mrs. R. F. Sextoni.
Dm:ArIH OF F. W. ('AltlMMM:.
lBrother of Mrs. lBroadus C'lardy Dledl
Westerday in Atlanata.
Mr. F. WV. Carlisle, a brothear of Mrs.
'oadus Clardy died yesterday in At
lanta after a short illness, le will
be buried at his old home in Opelika,
(Ala. thIs afterntoon. Mr. anad Mars.
Clardy hef't yesterday to attend the
funeral services. They weare accom
panied by Mr. Caarlsle, father of Mars.
Clardy, who has beent making his home
4in Launrena for the past few months.
.Pho many friends of Mr. and Mars.
Olardy and Mr. Carlisle sympathaize
ldooply with them in their loss.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Yturidrugt will refund mnoney ft PAZO
Ol1TtME~NT tail to cure any came of ItchIng,
3)ind, Bleeding or Protruding Pjle In6 to 4 days
Je 4st application give Ease and Rest. 50c.
When a man has suffered for sever
#1 days with oolie, diarrhtoesy or oth
er formi of bowel comnplaim t and is
then cured sound and well 1y one or
two doses of Chamuberlal 's Colic,
oeaand Diarrhoea e ody, as is
, ae the case, It isi -bu nttural that
~ishould be enthusiasticlj his praise
'if the remedy and espee Ily is this
the case of a severe attack when life
La threetened. Try it when in need
-bf such a remedy. !it never falls.
aBold by all dalears.
+ SOCIETY. +
The 'following announcement will
be read with great interest in Laurons,
where the bride-to-be Is a well known
and poputar young inmber of society.
Tihe groom-to-be is an Anderson boy,
a graduate of the Citadel and a very
successful teacher. The announce
Mr. and Mrs. James Frankilin Tolbert
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Mr. Thomas Del Watkins
On Saturday evening
the twenty-ninth of August
at seven thirty o'clock
First Methodist Church
Laurens, South Carolina.
Moves Into Nw Home,
Mr. and Mrs. T. L.. Mlonroe began
moving yest.orday into their new
home onl Jones street, just opposite
their former residence. Their new
residence was comupleted ot0ly a few
days ago and is a very handsome home
both on the outsi(le and insile.
LaureIns Boy Prolited.
Mr. W. P. (Barrett, a native of [mau
rens county, who has been connected
with the Davis-Wagner' llusiness Col
lege in 'Norfolk. Va., has recently been
electe( Vice-Pr1 es ident and Secretary.
1Mr. Garrett has only been connec t ed
with the college for two years which
is proof that his promotion is the re
s41lt of exceptional ability.
/ C(arid of ThammInk s.
We wish to thank the gooi people
for their kindness and coturtesy they
showed Ius (ii t1ng the sickness of1 my
wif and Imother. .May (od bless themt
in tIis life and wheti they pass over
the river may lie give to each ole a
crown with imany stars inl it.
It. T. Pitts and Children.
August 17, 1911.
W. D. WI. l'iiling.
Mdr. C'. A. Power attendiedC a W. 0. W.
uInei liing at. I)aventont chul-ch, in
( reevilie roui nity, Sat ui'day, where
he assisted in le uinveliug and de
iver'ed a sholrt. address on Wooeraft.
An unusually large crowd was in at
Illionmi Dollar M3ystery.
The tird.( episodeo of thle Aillon
Dollar .\ystery, ttiled "A Leap in
the Dark" will be shown at tle Opera
lrouse ll Thu rsiday. Those who have
seen the fiirst. reels have praised them
very highly. Two r'eels arte shown
every ''lh u rsday.
ANN'Al. FIIENDSlir iONI('.
A SuiptIious Dinner, A ildresses anii
Social ]ircour'se were Plisat
Feaituries of an En:tjoyabl~e Day1.
As has beenm custonmariy siince its tor
ganization, Myrtle (Camp, W. 0. W.,
held its annual Ipintc at Fr'iendsh1tip
chiurch, In the wvester'n part of the
oonty. Friday' when the graves of
thie depar'ted dead1( werie decor'ated.
'The alttendiance this year' sitrpassedt
even the large cr'owds of past years,
at least 600 people being ipresenit. At'
ter' the decorat ion of the graves anid
the usual memioial ser'vice held in
the cemtetry, the craft r'eipaired to a
conveniently arranged table noearby
where a sutmpltuoeus dintner' was served
and the pr1ogramt continued. L. D.
'Elledgo, C. C. of the camp, acted as
tmaster of ceremonIes and R1ev. J1. M.
D~allas opened with pr'ayer'. Tihe fir'st
speoaker' intr'odumced was Hon. C. A.
Power', H ead Consul, who spoke of
the gr'owth of the order, its plurptose
and idieals, str'essing the fact of -its
charitable nature. lie was followed
by Rev'. J. M., 'Dallas, who spoke on
"iFraternalisnm atnd wvhat a muan ought
to do to makeo a good cittzent." Iloth
speaker's comumanded an attentive
heat'ing and left aminy valuable
houghit with the audience.
After the speaking the fr'iends and
relatives gathered Into gr'ouips to
slpeind a social honr together. Thle
day was thoroughly enjoyed by all
wh'lo attended. and next. year's gather'
ing will boecagerly awaited.
*POPULAR SPINOS DOTS.*
Popular Springs, Aug. 17.-There
was a large congregation at Popular
Spri'hg Chiurch yesterday and heard a
slelndid sermon by -the Pastor, R1ev.
W. 'H. Waters,
Rev. B. P'. Mitchell, wife and sion
worshiped wIth us yesterday and took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jo'hh. W.
.The protracted meeting began at
Popular yestorday. 'Rev, 10. W. DavIs
preached last night.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert South
a girl Aug. 16a.
- Missa oea Simmonn 'returned from
a visit to her Uncle's J. B. and W. A.
Moore near Bradley alst Tuesday.
Mrs. J. 13. Mooro and little Misses
Louise and Sarah Moore came home
with ier, and spent, awhile with Mr.
1. P. Simmons.
Mr. II. 0. Walker was right sick
last week but is able to be up again.
Mr. and Mrs. .ohn Posey, of Green
ville, are visiting Mrs. Posey's father
Mr. Jno. W. Simpson.
Mrs. ILydio Walker and children
land Miss Juliette Walkur of Gre'en
wood, visited at Mr. .J. A. Walker's
Mirs. Lou Moore is visiting relatives
in this community.
Mi's. HIima Singleton and Chilidi'en
of West Minster are visiting ier
brothers, Messrs T. T. and J. 11. Wood.
We are having an abundaice of rain
now. We would like to have a few
days of sunshine as there is a lot
of fodder about ready to pull.
ir. .Jas. Aceks and wife are visiting
his father, Mr. .1no. W. Beeks.
Mr. 0. 1). Dodson, of Greenville, was
visiting relatives in this section the
latter pai't of last week.
-ir. Jas. P. i)odson and a party of
'riends of Donalds cime over to
Boyd's Mili last Wediesday fishing.
They caught a iice chance . The bal
aice of the crowd cine Thursday and
Ithey had a fish (linn tet Oil Ile banks
Of Rowedy Rtiver.
Mr. J. E. loore and (ighter, Miss
Annie from near Donaids visited this
Mliss Olive Mahlaffey. or Belton, iis
visiting Miss IEutice Copelaid.
Mm'. J. It. EIledge is building an ad
dition to his house.
Mr. H. A. Pitts ani fatilly have
moved iuto his new residence.
Well, it will niot be long utitil the
primary anld tilis ('I'rrespoidenit will
be glad wheii it is over, so peopile (nit
think (; sonivilting else besides poll
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Shiloh, .\ug. I I.---War in central
l':trop.e and politics inl South Caroli
ia are two pretty good texts 'for to
comtiiieit. on. Warm is no s11maIl ci pheir,
mark you, as some might thin Ik. When
tuii are called out1 aitnd placed in line
to fiace ('enituulon balls, gunls ainid swords.
then coites tie trial and tes;t of ian.
Well, I amil not goi iin, to theorize inl
no long lent on war, but. Ily-Jiigo,
I'm not going. i Nriiope can scrap it
01t. a,1nd I'll go do)wIt to the lrook and
lish.. Iliiee thiien on the 25th, I will
go to the prihimary ulectioni1 ani east
Ihl VOWte hit. Will Livide tihe sheep
Iroim the goats.
Min. W. '. Gray has east is,; lisinlug
basket linio the 1Iiscatorial waters of
Reedy river. His catch of the finny
Liibe is good.
ir's. Iarsey A bere rom bie anld dalugh
ter. Miss Lillie, of Clinmtoni are visiting
'I'lTe peach and apple cro is good.
'IT'e .madaim is drtyinig and e'aing.
Slit (lls on us very -1ensionally for
iheilp, thlou gh I alIways ex'usi myselmf--.
too lbmsy r'eadinig thle papers.
Mhiss libe')ccaL Wa'llace is coin ~iedi to
a sick bed. We wish heri a so
A golod imuilt belongling to \i r. C. .
libo 'Otin~i hun, was killed by
light ing yesit'rday at 'tenter' liabun
* (hNTVEl PO)iNT1 NEWIIS, *
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Center' Poiint, Aug. 17.-Sever'al o>r
this section ' attended the Chtildr en's
D~ay at Mt. 'Pieasant Satuirday' re-.
porting a -nice time.
Mrs. Nan Tharpe of Savanniah, Ga.,
is visiting her siator Mt's. M. 1L. C.
Miss Filorence Strawhior'n of Gi'eeii
wood is visiting M issesq Minnie andt
Misses r 's and Josie Mae Wa'ttsonh
returiined home today, accompanied
b~y thirit aunt, Miss Maudie Mloor't.
Miss Mattie Leoe Riddle' of' Lauitr'ns
visitedl hier aunt, Mi's. WV. I. Millet',
Misses Eva and( Maiite Moore. L~ols
anti Josle Mao Watson visitetd Mr.
andi Mi's. M. L. Moore of nieai' Iroatd
nmotith last week.
,Mr. and~ Mr's. J1. 'L. SI ribling spent
onto night last. week with the lat ter's
brothieri Mr. Enoch Freeman.
* Back at Her.
A dear little girl visiting at my
aunt's home kept every one amused
by her original remarks. Oneo day
she was tolling how she and her sis
ter pha$'ed together. "Oh, yes,"
she said, "we quarrel sometimes.
Once sister told me I made her sick
and then I told her she didn't give
me much of an appetite."-Chloag.
"A person should think twtc
fore speaking." "Perhaps so, bu~
some people Y'ere to think twice be
tore spealting they would be so 'ex
hausted they couldn't speak."-Bip
USE "GEITS-TT," C}RNS
W1s the New Way, atlid You'll Forg
Vou Ever Had Corns.
"2 dovs Plit oil fin 2 seconlId,. co!
shrivels, cones clean off!" That
tho marvelous story of "GI'TS-lT,
thei new-plan corn cilre. Nothing cai
be simpler for ty. cure of corls--aln
it *Aver falls. 11 3 wiy 111iIInoahs c
.tg cerne ItoP
people abre using "(;iGTS-i'' today
and Vihrowing away their fussy plas
ters, sticky tal pi, Io!-CatWing s:aives
atid "Wrappliig ouitfits" that nutke
hbundle aromint the toe and choke I
into paini by plo'ssing eitliet oil 01
around the corn. Tliere is nothinj
to stick to you r stocking, nothing t(
cause Inat'lllation or raw ivss, noth
ing to iress oi or aronld the coln
'oilt itltly it in 2 scconds. No ior<,
knives, razors, svissors or files,,. wit
kheir1 blood-poison Tiragel :'r
" 41IT'S- I'l" for that V0rn, 9a1.lus, w:ai
"(1,iCT -I'IT" is S)I4' by dirtiggist:
everywher, 25c a bottle, or sent di,
reet by '. I.,awrce & (o., (ticago
"r iS- IT" Is sold inl 14111rens I:
Laurens )rug ('o.
No need for caloiael with Its nallse
ating effcts. LI V-VEit-LAX is happi
in restults. RHiys Phariacy.
('oilne to us 'or .lelly lasses ani
Fr Kt lrliubber's.
4 'ost ly Tirentintent.
"I was troubled with (olistipatiot
and Itin(igtestion and spent hluldred
of dlollars for nietdicinie anid Ireatuinuti
wiites (,. II. Ills, of Whitlow, Ark
"I went to a St. Louiis ho-itital., als
to a hospital in New Orleans, bu1t int
(eItre was efected. Oil 1111rning homlit
I began taking f'hainberlain's Tab
lets, anad workel right along. I utse<
thi for Sotme time atd ail now Al
right." Sold by all d---alers.
Suniier ('oniths are iinieronis.
FSununitiiler colis are dangerouls. ThoI
indiente low\ vitality, and oftenlea 14,11 t
serious throat and 111ng 1troubles, Inl
lidinig colsmlplioil. )r. ling'
New 1 iscovery will re'ieve tilt' eoigl
or col i proiitly n1l1 prevent .collt li
cationIs. It Is soothing antid itisepti<
and IniAks youi feel helter at oil('(
To ilelay is dagroll' o1n---get a hottl
of D)r. Kiing'.; Now lDimcovery at 0once4
.\ontoy h ark if not satliled. .ine atu.
$1.00 ottlis a1 yout r dIrggi-ist.
Greatest of All
Tho v"n -' udru thing, ioh worlil
Is love Ix l h l.,t helplss 1iant.
ffie- il' m moth r I'
cil-s to becomol mrort
pliant, to expandfl
utao pal. fromn th
strain upon enris nd i;l igamuents.
Involved it sothles th -*f ii netwAi o
terves wit whichI :.1 th: w t::s,'e~s art
stuppliled. *Thuts IL grent. d hare of' th1e pin. l
pe~riod of ('xpectanicy pane '"in 1com~fort.
'1hero lai12 no c-stio)1n bt wvhatt. tsute1
re'Ilef 11 ha in, nrked-t lifhtlen ce up:on th
Ini ai lItIto bok tent by3 mh i ai n-h use.
fiui Iinformtn l igiveni d~ inexper.'ienced
F'riend~" and ho(w to av ,1 cakin-g brea:sts.
It has beeniI ptrere/in our Jlboratlory
for over forty yl-ars and Is knlown~ favor.
aibly to Jmo~st drutgitsts everywh'tere. Get'
2. btottle to-daiy andra wrilto for btook tte
Altlantal * :t. Ie suir to atsk fo'r andL
soe that yol'l aget ''lotheLr's F~riende.".
How To Give Quinine To Children,
PiTnfRlLINIl it the ttrade-mlnrk name gIven to at
ImlprovedQuiinte. It isa Tasteless Syrup, pleas
timt to take and( dloes not disturb tile stomlachl
Children take It antd never know It Is ouinlile
Atlso especIally adapted to adults who canttl
take ordInary Oininet. Does not nausente no:
:antse nervousness nor rInging in tihe head. Try
It the next tImhe yout need ouItnilne for any~ pur.
Pose. Ask for ?'i-no' n'-tinala package, The
name Fl.JDR!LINIC is blown in bottle. 25 cents.
If you could take out an in
surance polIcy that Avould1
guarantee your ho/se or
mule against colic for fifty
cents you would hurry to do
so, would'nt you?
Dr. Boyd's Sure Pop
is colic insurance in drop form.
60 drops instantly relieves sever
est case. Price 50c and $1 a bottle.
No drenching. Results gtdaran
toed or money refunded by
,For Sale by
Launena . C.f
0 READY FOR THE FALL TRADE WITH 0
A Solid Car Load of High Grade
* C0OK STOVES 0
We have marked these at remarkably Low Prices
and they are made of the best material-well
finished and sold under a perfect guarantee.
Cook Stoves from $7.75 up.
I La* 'No. 8 Stove and 4 Joints of Pipe only $12.75 0
Come to us for your stoves we have them
I suitable for every room in the house. Also for
Chur-hels, Schools, Stoves and Halls.
so M.&E.H.Wilkes&Co. o
I Early Arrivalst j
+ A new and complete line 4
of Voile and Crepe Waists (
in the new styles and cuts.
!Bought at a bargain and to 0
be sold at a bargain
$1.50Ovalue for 98cts
: NEW SKIRTS
We are now showing a
Shandsome line of the ad- e
Svanced styles in Fall Skirts.
Call and see them.
Get It By Parcel Post. Get It By Parcel Post.
3 -Equals -25
Ao rln - istatemnt bta coe Inthie.
you ngro udfe~yf'ed ( cs ot3Cnts equl B
pund of iany ad ma stoc or pultry toni SOOt3 ag.tus
ieve it, try It outil Buy today, a can of- BeeDeeStock Mediea
Bee Dee"*OC &PIJuo