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8 Local and Personal Mention. 8
Miss Bessle Hill, who has been vis
iting Miss Alberta Riddle, has re
turned to her home in Cross 11111.
Mr. J. E. Minter, of Sedalia, was a
visitor In the city yesterday.
Mrs. W. 11. Thomason, of Woodruff,
spent -several days last week with
her sister, Mrs. R. T. Dunlap.
'Mr. W. 1. Hudgens and Mr. 11. Terry
spent Sunday In Princeton as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Burton.
Miss May Kinloch, of Birmingham.
Ala., has -been visiting Mr. and Airs.
Aug. luff for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Divver, of An
erson, visited Mrs. Divver's mother,
Mrs. W. T. Dorroh several days last
After completing the year's work as
principal of a flourishing school in
the lower part of the state, Mr. P. D.
Huff has returned to the city and will
teach in the high school department
of the city schools until the end of
Mirs. Lewis Meng and daughter,
Miss Emily Meng, and granddaughter,
Miss Bernice Meng, of Laurens, are
visiting Rev. and Mrs. L. P. McGee,
-Greenwood Daily Journal (Satur
Mrs. M. M. Shepard, of Union, ar
rived in the city several days ago to
visit AIr. H. Terry and Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Richardson.
Mr. Otis Huff, accompanied by two
college mates, Messrs. Blair and
Cureton, spent the week-end In the
city with Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Huff.
Misses Annie Brown and Lillie Wil
cut, of Cross Hill, and Master An
thony Fuller, of Trinity-Ridge, visit
ed Mr. and-Mrs, A. Huff the latter part
of last week.
Miss Helen Sullivan will be among
those to attend the May Festival in
Spartanburg this week.
Mr. E. H. Wilkes left Monday morn
Ing for Columbia to attend a meeting
of the state committee of Christian
Endeavors. He will return as far as
Clinton Wednesday to attend the
meeting of Presbytery today and to
Messrs. W. M. Henderson and G. T.
Garret, of Waterloo, were visitors
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. J. M. Pearce, of Waterloo was
in the city shopping yesterday.
The friends of Mr. Add Boyd were
glad to see him out yesterday after
a severe illness of several weeks.
Messrs. J. M. Dupre, of Simpson
ile, and Raymond Hunt and C. B.
Owings, of Owings, were visitors in the
city yesterday, having come (own in
Mr. Dupre's car.
Good yard-wide Sea Island at 5e per
yard. .1. C. miurns & Co., stores Nos. 1
Speclal lot of rugs this week, 25c
each, at, Red Iron Packet stores-red
Come to us for Porch Shades and
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
Ye Pleasure Seekers.
Above ala-men and women-you
should know the whereabouts of a
certain small room on the second
floor of the Peoples Lonn and Ex
change Bank building. If you spend
your hou rs in keeping up with the
latest fads and fancies of Diame Fash
ion; if you are an authority on the
newest dance or the latest boo0k; if
you use onily the most -attractive and
you use only the most ultra cut and
walk like the vernoy Castles; you are
the one to wvhom we are speaking.
You needl to readl the story of ages
past ; you needl to trace the rise and
fall of nations; you needl to grasp the
evanesence of the things that give
you joy. Above all things you need
a solid background of expeiences,
Proven and tried by which to judge
your owni avocations.
Now, whlenover a great need arises,
a remedly is always found and you
have to realize your dleficiency to the
value of only ten cents a month to
have it supp~llied.
The librarian is glad to assist you
from three until five en Tuesday' and
Laurens Public Library.
Bargains, bargains" at J. C. Burns
& Co., store No. 1-tinware, crockery,
glass and enameled ware.
See our line of Oil Cook Stoves.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
Dr. Cameron Johnson, of Richmond,
"Va., who has spent many years of his
life as a missionary in the East, gave
a series of illustrated lectures in the
Priesbyterian church last week which
were largely attended and greatly en
joyed. Dr. Johnson had a very' pleas
ing manner of delivery and his suib
ject matter was intensely interesting.
,After hearing his lectures upon the
eastern people, one became possessed~
of an increaused respect and admira
tion for some of their qualities. Dur
ing his stay here Dr. Johnson was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Todd, Sr.,
on West Main street.
MU. IJIBY IN CHARLESTON.
"Whither Drifting?" Theme of Speech
Mr. W. 'C. Irby, Jr., of Laurens, last
night delivered an address in the Ger
man Artillery 'Hall on "Whither
Drifting?" lie spoke of labor and
other conditions in the State and in
the nations and his remarks were fol
lowed 'with interest by the audience.
In the Democratic primary elections
last summer Mr. Irby was a candidate
for governor. Ile has served as a
member of the General Assembly. So
cialist tracts were placed on chairs in
AIr. Irby arilved yesterday morning
from the up-country. He was greeted
at tie station biy friends who enter
talied him during the day. He ap
peared quite pleased to be in Charles
ton and at the prospect of speaking
before a Charleston audience.-News
Stomach 'Trouble Cured.
Mirs. H1. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
writes, "For some time I suffered from
stomach trouble. I wouldi have sour
stomach and feel bloated after eating.
Nothing beneilted ie until I got liam
berlalin's Tablets. After taking two
bottles of them I was cured." For sale
by all dealers.
Yes, we have them-S-un 1lats and
Straw lilts, 10c, 15c, 2-c aid on up to
top dressing. J. C. 13urns & Co., two
Cedar Chests in all sizes, at reason
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
AlBUSING THEIit IIIGHTS.
Visitors to the Cemetery are Request.
ed to be More Careful.
Those who are in charge of the
public cenelery have been receiving
pnany complaints recently about the
practice of visitors, especially chil
dren, cutting and taking away the
flowers that are planted in the lats
of many of the families, This being
strictly against the rules of the Ceml
etery Association and against every
rule of right and wrong, everyone is
urgently requested to leave the low
Many comui)laints have also been re
eeived in regard to dogs being car'
ried into the cemetery. In many
places they have destroyed the Ilow
ers carefully planted there by the
owners. Those who own dogs are re
quested to leave them on the outsidc
when entering the cemetery.
By refraining from these desecra
4ions and by warning others, each per
son can help in adding greatly to tic
beauty of the grounds that are held
sacred by so niany people.
Hludlgens ('Olnning Notice.
Our custoniers vill please tUke no
tic( that we will gin on lFriday and
Saturday of this week, Alonday, ,ales
(lay 1of iiext week aid Saiuarday, the
27th, which will be tihe last day.
Fine line of Ladlies' and Cliildreii's
Low Cuts Alary Jaine anid lahy Dolls
at J. C. &us & Co., 2 stores.
Baseball This Atteirnioon.
This afternoon inl Garlington MeNa
dlow the Laurecns liiigh School teacni
w'll (10 battle with the team repre
senting the Cross 11111 Iligh School.
The game promises to be a most ex
citing one as thle two teams seem wellI
matched. The game will be called at
:10 ~ and thle pices of admfuission are
10c and 25c.
.Mr. andl Mr's. J1. S. Switzer' of Wood
ruff', were liere Thurisdlay shoppinjg.
MIsses Elizabeth and Rob Loch
idge have returned to their home
in L ynchburig after spending several
weeks heire as the guests of Dri. and
Mi's. W. D. Ferguson.
Mrs. Alma Weaver of Lake C."y is
In Laurens visiting relatIves.
Miss Lilla Todd andl her friend Miss
Grace Trerry have returned to Llrenau
after' spending Easter heire.
UJSE "TIZ" IF FEET
ACHE, BURN, PUFF UP
"Alht Nothing like 'TIZ' for sore, tired,
sweaty, ecslloused feet and corns
You can be happy-footed just like
me. Use "TIZ"' and never suffer with
tender, raw, bui'ning, blistered, swol
len, tired, smelly feet. "'TIZ"' and
"Sure! I use 'TIZ'
every time for any
only "TIZ" takes the pain and sore
ness out of corns, callouses and bun
| As seen as you put your feet in a
"TIZ" bath, you just feel the happiness
soaking in. How good your poor, old
feet feel, They want to dane for joy.
"TIZA" is grand, "TIZ" instantly
di'aws out all the lpolsonous exud~a
.tions which puff up your feet and
cause sore, inflamed, aching, sweaty,
Got a 25 cent box of "TIZ" at any
drug store or departmen-t store, Get
instant foot reltef. Laugh at foot suf
ferers who complain. Because your
feet are never, never going to bother
or make you limp any more.
TRY "GETS-IT" IT'S
hAGIC FOR CORNS?
New, Simple, Coniion-Sense Way.
You will never know how really
easy it is to get rid of a corn, until
You have tried "GETS-IT". Nothing
like it has ever been produced. It
takes less time to apply it than it
Kai-yP Corn - pains in Every Nervel U69
'GETS-IT9" It "Gets" Every Corn
Surely, Quickly ! .
does to read this. It will dumfound
you, especialy if you have tried ev
erythinig else for corns. Two drops
applied in a few soconds-that's all.
The corn shrivels, then comes right
off, painlessly, without fussing or trou
ble. If you have ever Made a fat bun
dle out of your toe with b nidages;
used thick, corn-pressing c on-rings,
cori-Pulling salves, corn easing plas
ters-well, you'll appr ate the differ
ence when you use 'iTS-1T". Your
corn-agony wil v ish. Cutting and
gouging with I n1 es, razors, files and
scissors, an(d I danger of blood
polson are done i away with. Try
"GITS- IT'' tonight for any corn, cal
lus, wart or bunion. Never fails.
"GETS-IT" is sold by druggists ev
erywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct
by l0. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111.
Sold in Laurens and recommended as
the world's best corn cure by Lau
rens Drug Co. and Rays Pharmacy.
To Attend Shriners Meeting.
A large number of local Shriners
,and their wives will leave here today
to attend the annual meeting which is
being held in Spartanburg this week.
Among those going will be R. A. Coo
per, grand potentate, Dr. and Mrs.
Clifton Jones, Mr. and Mrs. H1. S.
Blackwell, Messrs. C. M. Miller, Al
bert Teague, 0. B. Simmons, R. E.
Babb, R. F. Jones, John W. Fowler, C.
M. Babb, T. C. Switzer, J. S. Machen,
Brooks Swygert, Tom Swygert, S. .1.
Wilkes, H. P. 'Minter, W. N. Dyess, J.
L. Gilkerson, C. F. Brooks, B. B.
Blakeley, P]. II. Mloore and J. 1.
Fleming, of Lanford, W. B. Sloan, C.
A. Power, R. C. Gray, L,. 0. Balle, A.
V. Todd, J. F. Bolt and It. Terry.
loin, W. W. .lohnson in city.
lion. W. W. Johnson, 0 Un ion,
anblliaf. for conigress to siceed Jos.
T. .Johnson, was a visitor in the city
yestevriay gett0ing iIn toneh with Citi
.Jnil Wans Empjiy.
'n(e Jack, chief gairdian at the
coullty care, has been one of the city's
leading loa fer during part. of last
wve(k and this week. For a while last
.Th ursday and diring most of yester
lay the jail was empty, a condition
that doesn't often arrive and that
vpeaks well for the county.
Pains ini the hack, and the irreaular
ii ies; to whichi womueni ar'e subj.ect,. with
all their attendat miserIes, yield at
Coce to D)R. SiliMON' S QI'AW \'iNI'
WVINIX. It is a Ipowerfuil rest orartive. it
is as lileasant to take as tie jluice of a
sw eet, ora nge. Price $1.00 per botitle.
Sold by all diruggislts.
* ('OLD P01N'T NE WS. *
Cold Point, April 12.--Miss Mlillie
Culbertson of C'oronaco, has heeni
visiting relatives in the count ry.
Mi. W. HI. CuIlbertson has been (uite
sick with grill, but is better' at thIs
Mr. Burts Nelson is ver~y sick at
Meeting of D). .. RI.
The Henry Laurens Chapter, D. A.
Rl. wvill hold its next meeting at the
residence of Mrs. Rufus Dunlap, Fri
dlay afternoon, A pril 16th, at 3:30
Mrs. W. L,. Gray, Sec.
The payment of City Taxes fliave
Out penalty. After' thIs date -7 p - cent
will be charged for all taxe4 1 t ipaid.
By order of City Con i~ I.
been extended until April IAth with
C. W. Kitchens,
Clerk and TIrcas.
"Good News, Ladies"-$1.00 bottle
Wine of Cardul for 79e this week at
J. C. Burns & Co., store No. 1.
Ice Cream Freezers In all sizes.
S. M. & 1E. 1-. Wilkes & Co.
In the District Court of the~ United
States for the District of South
In the Matter of Rays, Bank 'upt.
To the 'Creditors of Rays, B ikrupt,
of Laurens, State and Distr t afore.
You will please tak no .e, that the
above named Rays ha 1 en duly adl
jud icated bank rupt hiis Honor,
Judge H. A. M. Sfith. lie first meet.
lag of creditors will e held at Lau
ren, S. C., on Monday, the 19th of
April, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
at which time the creditors may at
tend, prove claims, elect a trustee, ex
amine the bankrupt and transact any
other business that would l'.ogally
come before the said meeting.
iD. 'H. Hf IlJL, Referee.
Abbevillo. S. C.. April 8, 1915. 38-it
We have received a large and com
plete stock of Oil Stoves, Refrigerators,
Ice Boxes, Ice Cream Freezers, Porch
Shades and Porch Furniture.
Best Goods==Lowest Prices.
- 47,g~ "'
THE KIND TH1AT LAST
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Come and select from our store. We offer the largest
assortment and the lowest prices to be found.
S. M. & E. H.. Wi s Co.
Laurens, S. Ce
valuable Selolursipiis Oi'iered to H1oys
and GRirls of Soultih CaroliIa.
The General Division of fhe Unite
Daughters of the Confederacy have
alllouiced vacanlt scholarlshilips for
coipetit Ion, available nlHext Septem11
ber as follows:
I University of North Carolina,
Chapel Iill, N. C., value $60.011.
2 University of Alabama, Univer
sity, Ala., value $;0.00.
:1 Alabama Polyteclnic No. 1, Au
burn, Ala., value $50.60.
4. Alabama Polytechnfie, No. Ii,
Auburn, Ala., value $50.00.
5 Lucy Cobb Institute, No. I, Ath
ons, Ga., value $190.00.
6 Lucy Cobb Institute No. II, Ath
ens, Ga., valhi' $190.00.
7 Washington Seminary, No. 1,
Washington, D. C.. value $150.00.
8 Medical College of South Caro
lina, Charleston, S. C., value $120.00.
9 Agnes Scott College, Decatur,
Ga., value $75.00.
10. Noble Institute, Anniston, Ala.,
11 Stonewall Jackson College,
Abington, Va., value $50.00.
12 Bristol School, Washington, D.
C., value $1,000.00.
13 A special scholarship at the
Washington and Lee University, opeln
to the Junior class only, value $100.00.
'lhese are all partial scholarships
in full covering board and tuition.
South Carolina !! entitled to enter
a limited number of candidates for
these scholarships, except for No. II
for which any number may apply.
The requirements are:
All applicants are required to be
at least 17 years of age, must be the
lineal descendant of a Confederate
Veteran of an honorable record, must
give suitable proof of inability to pay
for an education, must be able to pass
entrance examinations for the Col
lege for which they apply, must state
for which scholarship they are ap
plying, must send testimonials as to.
moral, mental and physical ability
from present or last teachers and a
IeItr of endorseint from the presi
lent of the neares . D. C. chap ter.
BY M y 1, 191-> all aipplivntions,
must be in the hands of .iliss Armida
Moses, Chairman Committee on Ediu
eation, S. C. Div. 1. 1). C., Sumter, S.
'., or Mrs. J. I. Copeland, Clinton. S.
('LINTON SO('iL ITEMS.
Enutertanments for Tisitors Principal
Attractions of Past Week.
Clinton, April 12.-Saturday after
loonl Air.,. Guy Pitts entertalined thle
Acteon book club and a numiber of
other friends. There were eight ta
bles for progressive rook and after
several games a delicious salad
course an(d Ice tea were served. Mrs.
Pitts had her sister, Mrs. G. C. Al
bright of Laurens as her guest for
Miss Inez McCraw gave a lovely
party on Saturday afternoon in honor
>f her .iister Miss Motz of North Caro
ina. It was an Easter party and was
beautifully carried out. The parlor
was lovely with white roses and the
Liall was In 'Easter lillies. After pro
ressive rook Miss Jessie Dillard was
iwarded flrst prize for the highest
icore and Mrs. 1-. J. Winn was award
3d the booby prize, Miss Motz was
'iven the guest of honor gift. Deli
2lous cream and cake was served.
rhere were about forty guests to en
joy the lovely party.
Mrs. J. P. Jacobs entertained the
ienior class on Monday night at a
very attractive reception.
On Tuesday Mrs. B. H1. Boyd enter
tained a few friends at a dining.
Miss Edua Shockley of Spartanburg
Il the guest of Mrs. J. R. Copeland.
Mrs. E. H. Hall of Chester spent a
few days last week with Mrs. J. I.
IDr. Clair Hays of New York has re
Lurned to his work after a week's
stay in Clinton with friends and rela
Mr. and Mrs. 1. B. Sloan have re
turned from Atlanta.
Mliss Aliene Franks spent the week
en'Id InI Lauren01S.
issvs Nancy Ovens, Julia Owens,
Kate Shanl(s retillned to their duieilos
Ia. aWiithrop Oil Iuesday.
lMiss Amnie Pkopelanld of C. F. W., Co.
lumbia, visited her parents the past
Mr. A. L. Lockwood, of Statesville,
N. C., visited friends here last week.
Mr. W. 1'. .Jacobs, .Ir., spent last
week in Atlanta.
Dr. J. 1). Jacobs, of Atlanta spent
lie week-elld iln Clinton.
Mrs. S. 11. Bullard, of Virginia is
the guest of Mrs. George Wright.
Miss .lapella Dunlap of Chester is
the guest of Mrs. M. .1. McFadden.
Mr. .John llenry of Greenville spent
the week end with his parents.
Mrs. Frances Chisholin of Green
ville Is visiting friends In Clinton.
Miss Alice McKellar of Greenwood
is visiting Mrs. W. E. Owens.
A crowd of the Clintonianis went to
Newberry Friday to see P. C. win the
ball game between the Newberry
college and Presbyterian college. The
game was a splendid game and the
score was 6 to 3 In favor of P. C.
NO'1'I('E TO CREDITORS.
District Court of the United States,
District of South Carolilna.
In the matter of
Davis-Roper Company, Bankrupt,
To the 'Creditors of the above named
Take notice tha 'on the 13th day of
April 1915, tie above named bank
rupt filed his qetition In said Court
praying th n114firmation of the con
posit'on i /Otofore offered and ac
Cel)ted, and that a hearing was there
upon ordered and will be had upon
said petition on the 26th (lay of April
1915, before said Court at Greenville,
in said District, at 1t o'clock in the
forencon, at which time and place all
known creditors and other persons in
interest may appear and show cause,
if any they have, why the prayer of
said petition should not be granted.
RICHARD W. HUTSON.
"Attention Gentlemen"-special val
ues in pants at 98c, $1.25, $1.98, up1) to
$4.39 for the $6.00 kind. J. C. Burns
& Co., stores Nos. 1 and 2.