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8 Local and Personal Mention. 8
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Mr. T. D. Lake spent Friday in Co
lumbia on business.
Mr. Vance Irby is spending several
days in Bloming Rock.
Mr. W. W. Harris of Clinton, spent
the day here Sunday with relatives.
Miss Annie and Nell Childress have
been visiting relatives in Fountain
Miss Jennle Philpot of Augusto, is
the guest of her uncle, Capt. J. I,.
Mrs. Charles ,Rounds of Clinton, is
spending a few days here with home
Misses Fannie and Lucy McCaugh
rin of Newberry have been the guests
of Miss Laura Barksdale.
Miss Dorcas Calmes has returned
home after visiting relatives in
Greenwood and other cities.
Mr. Fred Wham, who I. now mak
ing Greenville -his home, spent Sun
day in the city.
Mr. and\Mrs. J. J. Adams and clil
dren spent a few days in Pendleton
last week visiting relatives.
Miss Leonora Roper of Petersburg
spent a few days here last week visit
Mrs. W. H. Gilkerson and Col. W. G.
Lancaster, Jr., spent last Friday in
Greenwood visiting relatives.
Mrs. Dora Edwards, of this city, is
visiting her 'brother, Mr. J. D. Pinson
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caine have re
turned from -St. Charles, Va., where
they have been visiting Dr. and Mrs.
Misses Amelila Todd and Helen Sul
livan are spending a few days in
Greenville as the guests of Miss Anna
Miss Willie Sexton ' has returned
Grist of Yorkvile, visited their broth
er, Mr. Geo. R. Grist this week.
Miss Wilite Sexton has returned
home after spending a few days in
Spartanburg as the guest of relatives.
Mrus. Foster Simpson, Misses 1l4liza
beth and Virginia Slimipsoni alnd ir.
Richt rd Silipson have retii rned homiie
afte, spending e sunmer in Por
ters Springs, Ca.
liss ilizabetli Richey and Miss
Corrie Iart have returned home af
ter spending several weeks in len
Mrs. T.- M. Norris and family. or
1tCentral, and Miss Flora Bowers, of
Pickens, are the guests of Mrs. D. C.
Mr. W. If. Washington, of tle Mt.
Olive sectio npassed through the city
Saturday on his way home from lam
er, where ie has been teaching school.
He will attend the Tigervilie academy
in Greenville county next sessioni.
. Mrs. M. M. Sheppard arrived in
Laureims yesterday to spend awhile
here with relatives. M's. Sheppard
lias beeni 'ini charge of thme Allendale
Hotel but will not returni to that
Th~e maniy friends of Mrs. D~r. WV. C.
Irby will be glad to hear that she
has improved a great deal during the
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Swygert spent
a few days in Saluda county last week
with Mr. Swygert's mother w-ho has
been very sick.
Mrs. J. C. Clyde spent Sunday in
Laurens as the guest of Mrs. Brooks
Mrs. 3. E. Minter and children, of
+ SOCIETY. +
A large concourse of relatives and
friends assembled in the First Meth
odist church Saturday evening, Au
gust 29th to witness the marriage of
Miss Maiiie Gray. Tolbert, of Laurens
and Mr. Thomas Del Watkins, of An
The church was unusually beauti
ful, decorated in a simple and effec
tivo manner with ferns and palis
placed in the chancel and organ loft.
iho attendants were Misses Lois
Watkins. sister of the groom,' Laurie
Gray, of Gray Court, Sadie Sullivan,
Charlotte McGowan, - of Laurens;
Messrs Albert and Ellis Gray of Gray
Court, William Mahon, of Spartan
burg, R. C. Gray of Laurens.
The maids were attired in lingerie
dresses and white lace picture hats
and carried pink and white asters.
The naid of honor, Miss Marguerite
Tolbert, sister of ithe bride, was
gowned in a lovely Greek costume of
voile and lace. with white picture hat
ait( carried a shower bouquet of pink
La France roses, tied with tulle.
Promptly at 7:30 o'colck Mrs. C..
1H. icks began an appropriate musi
cal prograim and to the strains of
Mendelssohn's wedding march the
bride entered on the arm of heri fa
ther. She was lovely in a modish
traveling suit of dark blue with ac
cessories to match, carrying a bou
quet of brides roses, orange blossoms,
fern and tulle.
She was joined at the altar, 'by the
groom, attended by his best man, 'Mr.
R. W. Watkins. The wedding was
solemnized by Rev. J. R. T. Major,
using tle ring ceremony.
.Mrs. Watkils Is a very popular na-d
intellectual woman, a graduate of
Winthrop college, and is greatly rd
iired for her sweet, womanly chur
acter. Mr. Watkins is principal of
tle schools of Thomasville. Ca., r ad
tItn energetic antd siccessfil teach lr.
After the bridal trip, they will bet
home at Thomtasvilil.
Th out-of-town i guests were: ii.
and Mrs. it. L. Gray, of (ray ('on -t;
Mr. and Mrs. it. L. Keaton, of Sp ir
taiburg; Mrs. M. It. Docus, Mrs. Cook,
and Master \ William Pope, of Volin ni
bia; Mr. and Mrs. tobert Daeus, of
Greenville; Mrs. C. It. Martin, of
Grceiville: .\isses .\ladge, D ai sy,
LAUise anid .anie liarr'is. Louise Gray
Lois Watkiis, Gladys Cray; Messrs It.
WV. Watkins, Clintoit Watkinis, 110y
Watiins aid \Vayie Watkins, of An
(er-soi; Mr. Wakelleld, William Ma
hon, of Spartan burg; Albert and 10llis
Cray of Gray Court.
Miss Marguerite Tolbert was host
ess at ani clegant six-cou-se luncheon
in honor of the Tolbert-Watkins hii
S'edalia, are the guests of Mrs. N. H.
Mr'. L,. Yarborough, cashier of (lie
flank of Cross Anchor, spent yester'
day in the city.
Mir. and Mr's. 3. L. Goggans, who
spent a few days herme last week with
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Blalle, have return
ed to their home ini Dallas, Texas.
Mrs. W. E. Barre, Misses May Delle
andl Edna Barre and Mrs. Barre's
mother are spending several days !n
Johnson City, Tonn.
Miss Lillie Willis, of Gray Court,
is spending several days at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Reid.
ay Sept. 4th., The Id
will give each on
on that day a tick
3xchanged for one Ii
COLA, the popul
tat everybody likes.
he day. Don't for
dal party Saturday morning at her
home on West Malin street. The home
was beautifully decorated in pink and
white, the same color scheme being
effectively used in the refreshments
and place cards.
Friday evening Mrs. Frank P. Mc
Gowan entertained the members of
the Tolbert-Watkins lridal party at
a snmptuous dinner 'fit her home in
the eastern part of the city. Pink
roses, candles and shades lent. the
same effect to the color scheme that
was so beautifully carried out at tile
wedding itself. After the conclusion
of dinner, the evening was delightful
ly spent in conversation and In other
Miss Sadie Sullivan eptertained the
female members of th6 Tolbert-Wat
kiis bridal party at a very delightful
affair Friday morning. A delicious
salad course and tea was served, the
color scheme of pink being carried
out in decorations and refreshments.
The game of Forty Two furnished an
entertaining feature of the morning.
Miss Donie Counts wias the hostess
at a charming Forty Two party given
last Friday to tile members of the
club. About thirty guests were pres
ent to enjoy tile games of the after
noon. Following the games the host
ess served a delicious iced course.
Forty Two Club.
The Forty Two club was delight
.fully entertained last Wednesday af
ternoon by Miss 2%largarette Miller.
The guests were arranged around five
tables and enjoyed many entertaining
games of forty two. After the ga'mnes
the guests were served delicious ice
ercain and cake. '
Dizzy I lio's1I Constipatd1
Dr. King's New Life Pills will cure
3ou, cause a healthy flow of 13ilc and
rid your, Stomach and lowels of waste
anl( fermenting hd poisons. They
a tolliC to your toinach and Liver
and tone tile gel(f'al system. First
dose ii will cre you of that depressed.
dizzy, iilouis and constilated condI
(ion. 2.5e at all ruggists.
'ard Fromn 31r. Wright.
To te11f Voters of itlurenIs 'Towiship:
I am deeIply grateful for the hand
someIC ".>t, Ien m inl the first pr
llary, for which I take tills tmlthod
of expressilig my13' thallks. If they
will rally to my supp1lort. ill thle s .C
ond electiol and encoulrago others to
voto for mlle I will be still m11olr
J. N. Wright.
Mr. Stock Owner!
We carry in stock all the
which are guaranteed to do the
work claimed for them or pur
chase price will be refunded.
Boyd's Sure Pop Colic Cure, large . $1.00
lloyd's Sure Pop Colic Cure, small , .50
IloydI's Sure Pop Fever & Cough Cure .50
Bloyd's Sure Pop Purgativ . . . .50
lBoyd's Sure Pup Eye Remedy .. ..5.
Boydi's Sure Pop Hloof Liquid . . . .25
Boyd's Sure Pop Magnetic Ointment ..25
Boyd's Liniment, small .. . ...25
Boyd's Liniment, medlup . 50
Boyd's LinIment, larg~j ..,. .. 1.00
Boyd's Worm bnd Co9 ition Po. sml. . .25
Boyd's Worm ad nditlon Po. med . .50
Boy d's Worm a d nditio Po. Ige. 1.00
Laurens, S. C.
e of its
ONLY SURE CORN
CURE EVER KNOWN
"aets-It" the New Way, 2 Drops Do It
To endure the pains and tortures
eatised by a little thing like a corn is
ridiculous, Simply because it. is
un11ecessary. 'ile iew-plan corn cure,
"GETS- IT" is the first one ever
known to remiove corns without fall
without pain and without trouble.
Use "GETS-IT" for
Won't "lolier "
When You Put on
This is why it is the biggest-selling
corn cure in existence today. It is
now used by millions, because it does
away with sticky tipe, with plasters
and cotton rings that shift their pto
sition anit press down onto the corn.
With salves that "raw up the -toe,
with "harnesses" that cause rossu1e
and palin. with knives, r11 rs and
flies cla wing a d i llii at, a corn.
"iCTS-T" is app e in two see
onds. Two drops 1)lied with the
glass rod do the work. Pain goes,
the corn shrivels,- vanishes. Accept
11o substitute. Try it on any corn,
wart, callus or buniown tonight.
"GETS- IT" is sold by druggists
everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent di
rect by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago.
"GETS-IT" is sold in Laurens by
Laurens Drug Co. and Rays Pharin
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
To get the genuine, call for fuli name, LAXA.
TIVCEBROMO QUININE. Lookforeignatureof
c. W. aROVe. cure a Cotd in One Day. Stops
cough and headacie. anu works off cold. 25c.
Cures Old Sores, Dthr ermedies Won't Cur.
The worst cases, no na'ter of how long standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Heating Oil. It relieves
Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $1.00
Nio(e of Final Settlement ainn Dis.
Notice is hereby given that on the
21st- day of Sep)toimbier, 91.. we will
apply to Ills liono', O. 0. 'loi pson1,
Probate .udge of 1$ urenis coun11ty, S.
C., for a inal sel title t anld disclarge
ats execultors on -)(!estate of 11.'.
Laiiford, di e4c .
All perlsons holdinig 'clailms against
the 111(aId estate will present them to
tie ui indersiined oni oil before -(') id date,
WoodrufT, S. C.. .\ua. 1!1. 1"1 H. aIt
N. B. D)iL , A. C. To)
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Bnterprise Bank Bui ing, Laurens, S.C.
PRACTICE IN 1 COURTS
Woney to loan on eal Estate-Long
Undertakers a d Embalmers
Caiis anawered an/hour., day or night,
LA URENS, S. C.
On Land, Sea and Air
Prepare to feed yourself and
Now is Time to Sow Grain.
Conme to thc Big Store and buy
Redi Rust Proof Seed O)ats, anid
Winter Seed Rye, aind Crimson
Clover Seed and WV iter Harlev.
Price on Crimnson Clover Seed
redultced fromi I 5cts to r 2 I 2ets
Cotton See.d Meal delivered
anywhere' witin the city limits.
Talk to the "B8ig Chief'' and
tradle with the Boys.
Big stock of 're/ hFIlour oni
The Big Store is open during
LAUlmNS, 8 U.
Ilos Cured in 6 to 14 Days
To druggIst will refund mnoney if P'AZO
OR UMENT faite to cure any case of Itching,
3,DBleedlng or ProtrudingPil n6to l4days.
first application gives liasu and Ret. 50s.
We are showing the greatest line of Parlor and Li
brary Tables ever shown in the state. They are in Ma
hogany, Birds Eye Maple, Golden Oak and Mission. All
at prices lower than ever offered.
You should see this line of tables, we know you
have never seen such values as we offer, they are several
shapes, square, round and oblong. Mahogany Tables
from $2.50 up; Oak Tables from 75cts up and Birdseye
Maple from $3.90 up.
We invite you to call and inspect the greatest and
cheapest line of Furniture ever shown in South Carolina.
S.M . & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
One fourth more pure,
11 11, L( Q'fi strong Concentrated Lye for
C L 1:1 (A ~TIF1) ~J Ten Cent- in Mendleson's Big
Twenty-Ounce Can of Solid
Other cans give you only
sixteen ounces for your dime.
Every can warranted full
strength, no adulterants, no
fillers--just pure Concentrated
Lye for every use. - Three
ONCES cans for a quarter.
Sixteen ounces of Pow
dered Lye for a dime instead
of the twelve ounce can of other powdered lye.
'Mendleson's Twenty-Ounce Can will saponify eight
pounds of grease, making the best hard or soft soap-and
that's more than any other ten cent can will do. Every
can gives full directions for soap making, eyact measure
ments, how long to boil. /
Concentrated Lye is one of the handiest articles in the household
or on the farm. A use for it every day. Cheapest and best cleanser
and disinfectant; for washing woodwork, cleaning kitchen furniture,
scrubbing floors; for sinks and drains. Used in treating hogs and
caring for poultry. For every use you get best results, most economic
PURE 4ND STRONG
A dime Invested in a Twenty- Ounce Can of MENbLESON'S LYE
brings proof of better value. Remember the name-MENDLESON'S
and buy it of the following dealers;
\~V I IOLES~A I .I D)~~EA S -Sw"ygert. .\i:'1:1 &. ('., .\I achen Groi.
I. W\. P'atlon, .Jlhn A. 'rainks, O)winngs & Owings,, A. b. .\lahafey,
-l. ('. .\ICe.\lllan. 11(enno, 8. C,; I,. \\. . lUlalo'l G (ol - Il, 8. C.;
Wy R. TODD
Th'le rapid ad(van(cement 'n A il eprce of lands(1 nlecessitates
your employ ing only experie -'yed and reputable surPveyors.
M~y maps and~ calculations1 rcognized as authority over the
Don't allow your land to wash away when you can have
it terraced and drained properly. Call Laurens phone 346.