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Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Dodson and
family are visiting Mrs. ]. Sitgreaves.
Mr. 'J. lEd Hart is spending awhile
liss Ina little is heeO oil a visit to
Mrs, J. A. Wofford of Madden spent
h day in Laurens last Thursday.
,Mr. Kinard spenV the week
%nd in Little Moutilitali with relatives.
Miss "Tee' Leech, of Hickory Grove
is ti~c guest of Miss i0sther Fowler
Mr. John Mills a former Lauren
boy, is here for a few days * to vlsil
Mr. J. 1,. Hart, of Kansas City, Mo.
is spending his vacation in the cit3
Miss Frances Grist, of Yorkcville
is visiting her brother, Mr. Geo. I
Grist. and Mrs. Grist.
Mr. and Mrs. Lang Brooks of Gra
Court, spent the day in -Lauren
Miss Lillie Willis, of Gray Courl
visited Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Reid Mon
Mrs. W. I[. Garrett is spending sev
oral months in Greenville with Mrs. I
Misses Anna and Polly Prentiss hav
returred to Greenville after spendin
a few days lere.
Mrs. J. E. McDonaid of Columbia I
here or a visit to her parents, Mr. an
Mrs. J. R1. Little.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H-. Culbertson
Waterloo spent the day here last Sa
Mr. E1dward McCrady, who is ci
gaged on construction. and engineerit:
work in Union, returned home Mondi
to cast his ballot.
way to Newberry from Hot Spring,s I
C., stopped over in the city Mondt
night with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mosele
Mr. J. W. Todd, Sr., whio has be<
summering in Montreat, came hor
Monday to spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Hayes have r
turned home after spending a few da
at their o!d home. Greer.
Miss Clara Switzer spent the wee
end iII Woodruff and Spartanburg v!
Mrs. Carlos Mosely is siending t
week in Spartanburg. Her sst
Miss Grace DuPre, who has been vIH
ing hel. returied with ler.
Mt.. Gregg Jeans,. who is now
.ted at Morrist.-Tenn., has bc
I spending seVOIl day- i the city w
rela tivevs. ''
Misses Margierite and iuth 1o
neau have retu rt'led to thel h10iome
Yemassee after a pleasant visit
Miss Nildred Casainco.
Miss Annie Parker, who was
guest of Miss Polly Prentiss for s
oral (lays las week, has ret urned
hit hoi Ia Grteen vilie.
,L A U F EN
P.attersoni'ii Store .... ..
Cross Hill .. .... .....
) Watts Mlill .............1
Waicrlt1.... . . . .. .
Miounty ille... .. .. .
Prineeton .. ........-.-..
Wades .. ...... .. ...
M\t. Plieasant .... ....
Dials .. .... ......-.
Gray Court .. .... ....
Shiloh .... ...... ...
Poplar Springs .. ....
kCook's Store .... ....
Yo'ungs .... .... .-..-.
Stewart's Store .. ....
.Hickory Travern .. . .
Goidvi'e .. . .. ... --
Renno .. .....-......I
Clin-ton .. ... .. .... .-.
Lauroens Mill .. .... ....
ALaurens .. .. -..--.-.
'Woodville. .. .. .-.-.-.
Pleasant; Mound .. .. ..
Lydia Mill .. .... ....
2 Powor .... .......
Daniel's Store .... ....
*Tip Top ...... .....
- Clinton Mill. .. .. ...-.
ay's Sor ... . .
. Miss Annie Davis, of Columbia. and I
Miss Martin, of Greenville. are the
guests of Mrs. Virginia Caine, on
South Harper street.
Mr. James Payne, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Payne, is in the city
visiting his parents. Mr. Payne has
ia responsible position -in the A. C. L.1
offices at Wilmington.
ALr. Will Scott. after visiting his
sister, Mrs. Mollie Tucker for some
ime, has returned to Lawrenceburg,
Ky., where i 1s engaged in co.nstrue
M1r. and 'irs. Jas. 1". Iileks and
grandlchil(l, Katherine I licks, are
spenlding soine time with relatives in
Knoxville and Sevierville, Teinn.
Mr. J. Calhoun AlcAowan, who Is
now connected with a prominent )aw
firm in Charlotte, N. C., has been
spending several days in the city.
Miss Frances Davis returned Satur
day night from New Switzerland, N. C.,
where she has been a imember of a
camping party during the summer
Messrs. D. A. Davis and T. J. Mc
3 Alister left yesterday for New York
to purchase stock for the fall trjdc.
Before leaving, Mr. Davis stated' titt
while it was their intention to buy
conservatively. in view of the war sit
uation, the customers of Davi*-Rope:
Company could feel assumied that they
would be fully taken care of during
the fall trading season.
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"GETiS-IT." 2 DROP01S,
'hime Only Cure Entler of AI Corns.
Desperate, are yot, over trying to
et rid of corns? Quit using old
L- rormulas uinder new names, bandages.
Wildhig-tapes and cotton rings that
make a fat little package out of y*o.ur
toe. Quit punishing your feet by
Lg 1u.01)g toe-eatin salves aid oltinmenits.
This Is the Grip of the ITappy, Corniess
he Footernity of "GETS-IT."
r, I'o use knives, files, scissors an(
it- razors, slicilig and hacking at a corti
only umake it grow faster and bigger
It aI so brings danger of bleedlin.
lo- 1111( 0lood poison. 'The new Way, thI
el iew principle never hiow-a bef'ore I
ith l cornl-history, 1,s "G1Sl " It's
Iihll1d--2 drops on a corn (oes th
work. Pain goes, the cor-1 begin1s t
In- shrivel aind OIt it Comes! YOu apiPI
i it in two seconds Nothilig to slici
to nothing t'o hurt. aind it nevner fails.
Try "G01YT--T toigh1it on corn:
enlluises, wart,; o. bluuions..
hte I "GT-iT' issold by- dui;01 ))
eerywher[ 25c a bottle, or sen d
rect' by E. Lawrenee & Co., Chicn'0o.
to "UF:T'S- IT"' m. is sold ain 1, nurens
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3IRD-HUSBAND WAS DUTIFUL
Of all the birds he had studied, said
ff. Farren, in a recent lecture at the
3ritisih Royal Photographic society's
)xhibition, none showed conjugal af
,ection in quite the same way as the
ierons of Andalusla, in Spain. When
3ver the two parents relieved each
Ather at the nest they invariably
arossedl their necks lin a momentary
ambrace, after which the newcomer
took up the diuttles of sitting, and the
)ther flew away. The brown backed
herons never omitted this affectionate
salutation. Speaking of the famous
egret "heronry" in the samic district,
Mr. Farren said that the egret wore
Its coveted phitnes with far moro
grace than he had ever seen any lady
wear them. The slaughter of these
birds In the nesting season was )itla
ble. Frequently the parents birds were
robbed of their plumes and left to die,
while the young ones starved in the
nest. The Americans, he was glad to
say, were doing their best to stop the
traffic in osprey plumes.
"Who Is That Splendid Old Man Giv
Ing Directions? The One Who
Looks Like a Lion."
Detih of Little 1I)N.
Ia ph Walkher, the ei fh t yera old
son of Mr. Frank Walker Who ftonIt
erly IvWed here, died at the honme of
hiis father in BIlackshurg Saturday
and was carried to Chest nut. ItIdge
church, in this cotnuty. for Ibrial
Sitnday afternoon. 11a1ph wa s a
bright young fellow. the Idol of' Ili,
father, and popular aiong his tlay
mates. The lfather is deeply syn a
thized with in his ereavement.
Cures Old Soros, Other Remadlas Won't Cure
The worst cnses.nomatterof howlongstnalng
are clared by tie wonderfut, old relible I)r
Porter's Antseptic Ileating Oit. It relieve
Pain and 11eals at the same time. 2cc, , $1.0
V'e of Final Seltlemnnmml Die
Notico is heriby -.v: i th ! nin
21st, day o411, en er 3 1 wo n !
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It is the wonderful web-prcess by which
it is made, and the pcefction of wx orlnan
ship in every detail, the re'sult 4 5xty
experilenc., that makcS t":. STEARNS &
FO)STER best of ialt :ces.
c1 u..-p~od, m'.t~-tmovf, vemin.proof,
germ-prool --Llc m ot ? mitay mr:e". 1I-' wn.
It i6 hta;h :r :o ( oI:' ve Sansru3 !4 1F .
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Gasoline and Kerosine
Delivered Anywhere in the County
in any quantity.
We Handle The Best 66 degree Gasoline
Highest in the State. Ask the State Oil Inspec
Gulf Refining Co.
J. R. EICHELBERGER, Agent
Laurens, S. C.
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UNION MEETING. *
Tlie first division of the LaurQns'
ssociation will meet with the Bap
Ist church at Lanford station August
.iturday, 10 a. mi.-4Devotional ser
vices and organization. W. Hi. Drum
10: 30 -Verba l reports froin the -
11:00-Serion. W. 1'. SmIth.
1:00-1h1e greatest need of may church.
Driel ly stated by each delegate pres
2:0-Whamt is the real mission of t he
ClItIcl? G. C. iledgepeth.
Sunday, 10:00-Sunday seli3l.
1I:00-The spiritulal condition of our
chu1 rclies. C. 11. 1aob)o.
11:30-Seinmon. J. f. lrock.
2:00-Devotional services. W. G. Go
2:30-low to help your pastor. W. It.
Forie. Cross 11111 Boy Takes Motor
R. A. Harmon of the Columbia post
o1lce has returno dfrom a vacation
spent in taking motorcyle trips
about the State. Mr. Harmon first
went to Charleston, and returning via
Columblia, continued to 1i1 formgr
h1mo in Cross 1111 for a short stay,
lie arrivedi back In Columbia. making
75 miles from Cross 11111 to Columbia
iII three hours. Mr. Iarmon report.s
the roads in the lower part of the
State pretty muddy but says that the
roads fron here to tlve Picedmnoit are
To Move to Walsliluton.
Nilr. W. it. I1ichey. .)r., lias accepted
a position III tie govern1('elit service
It Washington3 an(d InItvnds to lake
that cit.% his home. Ile will remaii in
LaulreIIs uutilI some1 time in the fall.
.\ rs. Hichey and their little girl will
:her inideIinitely. This news
w:ll be received with great regret
'rogholt Laurens county, where
bo:.1 .r. an1d 'Mrs. tichey have 111111
co.ty rheard from. Red
..' ..C:Lc is; a"voty aheaVd Of every
.: , I. C.
":a .'e:';o Ice ('ei-cam.
ut. inth 1hrksdale will serve lec
crearl and cake Oil tile lIawvn in front
otf Ier home( near 1ar15ksdale Fr'ida3
lifternoon or tIe iielt of the Bloy.
and Girls t'nion. of that communtiiiity
Ill.(] Iroll RlEace1 se nimig sane good
for less mton'y.
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