Newspaper Page Text
8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8. 8) 8 8 8 8
8 Local and Personal Mention. 8
8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 88
Mr. J. Calhoun 'McGowan was a visi
tor in the city Sunday.
Mr. Ernest-Bramlett weht to Green.
ville yesterday on business.
Mr. J. J. Spann, of Spartanburg,
was a visitor in the city yesterday..
Miss Olivia -Branilette spent last
week with her sister near Clinton.
'Mr. Gary Thompson of Greenville
spent Sunday here with homofolks.
Mrs. G. S. Allen is spending awhile
with relatives in Chester.
Miss Bessie Crews is visiting friends
in Greenville this week.
'Mrs. Frank Wilson of Newberry is
visitiig her sister, Mrs. J. S. Burton.
Miss Julia Medlock, of Ware Shoals,
visited relatives in the city yesterday.
Messrs T. L. Hellams and L. C. Hel
lanis, of the Gray Court section, were
In the city Monday.
Mir. J. Z. Leverett, of Piedmont, has
been in the city for several days or
The friends 'of Mr. A. S. Easterby
will regret to learn that he has been
sick for some timue.
Mr. Edward McCrady spent several
days in the tower part of the state last
week on .business.
Rev. N. J. Holmes, of Greenville,
visited friends and relatives in the city
Mrs. 0. C. -Albright returned home
Sunday, after visiting in Clinton sev
.Mr. Geo. L. Pitts returned Friday
from Lexington, where he had been
on business for several days.
Mrs. Frank Spratt, of Greenville,
spent several days in the city .last
week with relatives and friends.
Miss Sadie Goggans, of Newberry,
has .been visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Balle for several days.
Dr. and Mrs. I. K. Alken spent Sun
day in Clinton where they attended the
special services in. progress at the
Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Rankin went
down to Clipiton Sunday to attend the
special services now being conducted
at the Presbyterian church.
Mr1. Robert Roper returned to the
city Thursday after spending several
weeks traveling in the interest of the
,L1aurens Glass Works.
.11r. IHenry lialentine, of Ware
Shoals, who has been in Florida for
several nionths, was a visitor ii the
Mr.. Chas. P1. Conners of Lancaster
Is spleiding awhile inl the city as the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. S.
Miss Nellie Thompson, who is at
tending Greenville Female Coll.ege,
spent the week-enid here with home
Misses Marguerite and Harr'iet Sinip
soni, of Chiicor'a college spent the wveek
cnd in the city with their parents, 'Mr.
and Mi's. P. A. Simpson.
'Miss Caroline Roper', of Greenville
Female College, spent Sunday in the
city with her' par'ents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mr'. and Mi's. JT. W. Toddl and Miss
IBessie Todd returmned yesterday from
Filor'ida where they have been spend
ing the past als weeks.
Misse5 Ray and Elizabeth Bramn
l'ett, of Spartanbur'g, spent the wecek
end here as the guests of Mrs. W. B.
Mrs. T. L. Timmerman, who was op
Orated upon last week at the .Julia
Irby sanitarium, is now improvine
very raidly and will seen be on the
roadl to recovery.
Mr. Herbert Taylor left Sunday
morning for Charleston wvhere he was
called to b0 -present at the funeral of
his aunt who died early Sunday morn
Mrs. C. E. flramlett and little daughi
ter, Mlary Clarence, and Mrs. H. M.
Wright left 'last week for a 1visit to
Dr. and Mi's. W. A. Smith, in 'Charles
Miss Estelle Gregory, who has been
teaching in the city schools, has re
signed her position on account of her
health and has heft for her homb. Her
successor has not .been elected yet.
Mr. C, C. iNlson, who has ,beon in
the city 'with .his'parents for several
weeks, left Thursday morning for
Richmond, Va., where ho has accepted
a position as buyer of dr'y goods and
silks for Johnson's departiment store.
.Mr'. A. 0. lHart'will leave the latter
part of this week for' Greenville wher'e
ho will practice law In the0 ofilce of
Mr. BI. A. Morgaii. Mr. Hart has been
practicing heroe'since his graduation
last year and has met with much sue
Cens. His friends hiere regret to seon
him leavem. ' For' the .present he wvill
Jteepi his L~aurens oflice elpen.
Messirs J. J. Young andl Dock Dick
son of Clinton were among the visitors
STOBES TO CLOSE.
Grocers to Make Last Delivery Just
bef6re Six O'lock.
Below will b9 found the complete
list of the sto es which have joined
the "close early" movemet. It will
be noticed that this year the grocers
have joined the movement and house
wives are asked to take particular note
of this. They will Inaugurate a plan
which they hope the ladies will aid
them in carrying out. The plan is
this: They will make a last delivery
each day at six o'clock' sharp. That
is the wagons will leave at that time.
Therefore orders must be in some time
before that. It is hoped that orders
will be sent in much earlier. Wag
ons Will not return to the stores, so
no further deliveries will be made -af
ter they leave. The merchants state
that they cannot carry out this plan,
affprding rest and recreation for
clerks -and owners, unless the ladies
co-operate 'with them. The following
is the list:
We, the undersigned firms, agree
to colse our stores from March 15th
to October 1st, at six o'clock, every
day, exceit Saturdays:
S. M. & E0. H. Wilkes & Co.
Moseley & Roland.
Clardy & Wilson.
Levorette Furniture Co.
W. G. Wilson Co.
R. W. Willis.
J. C. Burns & Co., April 18t.
Diamond Surprian Store.
Hayes 5 & 10c Store.
Brooks Hardware Co.
Laurens 'Hardware Co., April 15th.
Owings & Owings.
Dixie Flour and Grain Co.
J. H. Sullivan.
Todd-Simpson & Co.
John A. Franks.
Fowler and Owens.
A. L. Mahaffey.
J. M. -Philpot.
J. C. Shell & Co.
Machen Grocery Co.
'Swygert, INichols & Co.
Do your spring shopping where you
get Idle Hour tickets with each cash
plurchase, and visit Ithe Universal ple
tures every (lay in the week. Open
from 2:30 until 10.:30. No stop for
supl)per aid always glad to see you.
Cough Medicine for Children.
Never give a child a cough medicilne
that contains opium In any form.
When opIum is given other and more
serious diseases may follow. Long ex
perience has demonstrated that there
is no better or safer medicine for
coughs, colds and croup in childrenl
than Chamberlain's Congh Remedy. It
is equally valuable for adults. Try it.
It contains no opium or other harmful
drugs. For sale by all dealers.
D. A. R. Meeting.
The blenry Laurens Chapter D). A.
R1. will meet at the residence of the
regent, Mrs. W. C. l'rby, Jr., Saturday
afternoon, 'March 13tah at 3:30 o'clock.
.Mrs. W. L. Gray, Sec.
Mr. T. C. Switzer left Sunday for
the northern markets to buy spring
goodls for Switzer Company. Before
leaving he stated that Miss Thorn, an
ox perienced milliner', would- arrive in~
the city the latter part of this week
to take charge 6f the Switzer Company
Wanted-2,000 men, women andl chi
direni to see Harry C. Myers and Rose
mary Thebe in the beautiful, hearts
throbbing, 3-reel drama, entitled "The
Hard Road," at the Idle Hlour Friday.
Do You Read?
Of course you do, either for ipleas
ure, 'pastimes or ,profit, and for any or
all of the above reasons it behooves
you to visit the Public Library. For
the .price of one novel, you may take
out a book each Tuesday and Friday
for eighteen montha, thus saving over
twenty-five' dollars if you r'ead two
books a week.
In thuis library may be f'ound poetry,
history, biography, and standard fic
tion, but this week perhaps you will
be more interested in the netrest
bodlka, which are modern novels. Shine
of those moralistic, some philosophi
cal and nearly al.l interesting. "11am
by" is a unique s'tory, containing a
facinating and instructive character
study. frh'ore are ten others that will
please you, increase -your powers of
comprehension and widen your ca
pacity for generalizati'on on current
The Public Library is open from
3 -until 5 o'clock on Tuesdays and Fri
(lays and is located on the second floor'
of the Peoples' Loan & J'xchmange
Chr'. Publicity Conm.
Cufe Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Curs.
'The worst cases, no matter of hoin longr standing,
are cured by the wonderksmi, okd reliabie Dr.
Porter's Antlaeptic Hlentlnr Oil. It relieves
Pain and Henis at t1m anme time. 25c, unWe nn
Spartanburg Bar Indorses Jouson.
. Spartanburg, March 5.--The Spar
tan'burg Bar association yesterday at
ternoon unanimously Iridorsed Con
gressiman Joseph T. Johnson for ap
pointment as judge of the new federal
district of western South Carolina.
C. P. Sanders, president of the as
sociation, said after the 'passage of
the resolution that he supposed he
did not have a vote, being presiding
officer, but that i' hb did ie would
vote not to indorse Mr. Jolinson. This
attitude on his part, he said, did not
indicate any hostilities or opposition
to Congressman Johnson, but simply
meant that lie did not believe the ac
tion of the South Carolina delegation
in recommending Mr. Johnson for ap
pointment immediately upon the pas
sage of the .bill savored of fairness to
the lawyers of the new district, who,
lie said, should be given an opportu
nity to express themselves as to the
In stating the purpose of the meet
ing Mr. Sanderd said lie had no axe to
grind whatever, and did not wish to
b% understood as making a fight on
Congressain1 Johnson or any reflec
tion upon -his ability to fill the 1posi
tion. le said, however, lie thought
the association should take some ac
tion askjng the bar associations of the
district to join 'with tlienb in suggest
Ing some one for appointment-"it
may be Mr. Johnson," said Mr. ;San
Opposition to such a course was de
clared by I. A. Phifer, and I. C. Black
wood declared that lie thought that
anything short of indorsement of Mr.
Johnson would be a slap in the face,
and would be construed as a reflection
upon his ability. Ie commended Mr.
Johinson in high terms, and ended
with a motion that the association in
dorse him. The motion 'was adopted
without an opiposing vote, and vras or
dered transmitted to Congressman
Johnson by telegraph.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Tour druggist will refund inoney if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching
Blind, Bleedingor Protruding Pites i6to 14days.
The fist application gives Hase and Rest. 50c.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
* . *
* IPIN0ETON NEWS. *
* * * ****** * * * *
Princeton, March 8.--Mirs. Elfiza
MicCuen and Ni'. Charles AlcCuen spent
Alonday and Tuesday in Laurens with
irs. V. L. Taylor.
Mrs. Will lc.Junkin anl chil(Ireni,
Josephi and Ilazel have returned tW
their bome in Westminster, after a
visit to irs. Keziali Gains.
Mr. and Mirs. .1. Frank Davis and
dauighter, Irent11 spent last week-end
in Greenwood wit.h relatives.
Mrs. Bottle Richardson of Belton,
is spending somie timle with relatives
Dr. G. C. Gambroll has retiriied
from a visit in Columbia.
Mr. Frank Gains spent a few days
inl Westminster last week.
%i. ad Mrs. R . A Arnoldl, .Jr., were
visitors in Ilionca Path Tuesd1ay.
Mr'. Si okes, tr'aveiling replresentatlve
for the Chero Cola Co. of Gr'eenawood,
was a business visitor her'e TIhuirsdhay.
Col. J. *T. Maclien was a visitor in
WVare -Shoals Thursday.
Mr. S. D. flagweii spent Tuesday it
MiaFlorence Freeman spent last
week-end wvithi rela.tives near Ware
'Miss Grace Estes spenit. Sturday in
1B11louisness and Constipation ('ured.
It yop ai'e ever troubledi with bilis
ness oi' constipatIon you will be inter'
ested ini the statement of R, F. Erwin,
Peru, Ind. "A year ago last winter I
h1ad an attack of lindigestion followed
by biliousness and constipation. See
lng Charinberlain's Tablets so highly
recommended, I bought a btottle of
them and they helped me right away."
Fior sale by all dealers.
An Anneying / Break
is apt to occur a \,y time to any
style or make of ~rriage, bitt the
chances of an accident are greatly
lessened if you have us inspect yout'
running stock rogular'ly. The wheels
that we place on carr'iages last longer
and~ rtin better than thle other kind,
for they are built, right and put on
right. WVe ar'e expert mechanics aind
our ptrices are reasonable. Let us
put youi' car'riago in shape.
J. D. SEXTON>& SON
I LAURENS. S. C.
Large Massive Rockers, well made, finely
finished and beautifully upholstered.
Frames in either Golden Oak, Early English Oak
or Mahogany. Upholstered in Spanish or Black
Leather, over best spiral steel springs.
Call and see these extra values.
Idle Hour Moving Picture Tickets free (this week
only) with each cash purchase of 10 cents or over.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
LAURENS, S. C.
The Season's New Oxfords
UR Women's Oxfords display
is the pride of our store.
Such a showing of Low Cut Foot
wear is not often met with. The
beauty of outline --- the graceful
Styles---the fine leathers and the
expert workmanship are apparent
in every model shown.
No slipping or gaping about
our Oxfords. Every Shoe is a
gem and our Expert Fitting Ser
vice is at your command.
Footwear that is Classy
CLARDY & WILSON
Ladies Shoes Shined Free