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-Mr. and irs. T. Lane Monroe spent
Sunday in Princeton with relatives.
Miss Olivia Riddle spent the week
Cld witlh friends in Gray Court.
Wash Shell has returned to the city
, Mr. J. W. Payne of' Laurens was
among the visitors in the city Tues
Mr. L. H. Clardy of Lalrenis spent
a short time in the city Wednesday.
Mrs. Evantine MeKissick, of the
Poplar Springs section, was shopping
In the city AMonday.
Mrs. W. E. Lucas returned to the
city Friday after spendirig the winter
in Cookeville, Tenn.
Mr. Hugh Alken has returned from
Davidson college, where lie was a stu
dent the past year.
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Ferguson and lit
tle child spent Sunday in Ora with
Miss Pearl Clardy has .returned
from Zebulon, N. C., where she has
been teaching a successful school.
Miss Vivian Huff has returned home
after completing a yearrs work at
Miss Willie Jones, of Laurens, Is
visiting her sister, Mr.r. 0. B. Mayer.
Miss Belle Moorhead, teacher of the
Friendship School Is spending the
week with Miss Lillian Hopkins.
Mr. and Mrs! Moorhead and little
son, William. of Goldville, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hopkins.
Miss Mae Roper and Mr. P. W. Rop
er of Hickory Tavern, spent Sunday
with Mr.- and Mrs. G. C. Hopkins.
Mrs. Chas. Rounds, of Clintin, has
been spending several days in the
city with relatives.
Misses Imogene and Kathleen
Wilkes have returned from a ipleas
ant visit to Clinton.
Mr. 1. T. Chancy, the old Confeder.
ate war-horse, is spending several
days with friends in the vicinity.
Mrs. Mittle Commings, of Spartan
burg, has been visiting Dr. and 'Mrs. '.
-L. Timmerman for several days.
Mr. John Mauldin, of Greenville, was
a visitor in the city Monday and Tues
Mrs. Ross D. Young has about re
covered from an illness of several
Messrs. J. T. Garrett and S. 1. Nel
son of Waterloo were among the bus
Iness visitors here yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Thompson of
Ora were visitors in Laurens yester
Mi'. W. S. MeCrady has retltrneld to
the city after spending several (lays In
Clhirleston on business.
.lr. Eddie Pitts, of' the Poplar
Springs section, was a business visi
for' to tlie (ity .onday.
Tl'he friends of Mir. Steve Taylor will
regret to learn that he remains crii -
cailly ill at his home In this city.
Drt. M. S. D~antzier, of Orangeburg,
has arrived in the city to take charge
of the prescription delpart ment at the
Plesl)C iDrug Store.
R1ev. .1. .\. Mlart in, of Cross 11111; and
Mr. F. IXM. .('ravy, of this city, at tendl
('d thle S'ouithe rn I~ aptist C'onvt iion in
* I loustoni, Tex.
Miss Rlebecca Dial has returned to
the city a fter teaching school in thle
1lowe r part of thle state duiiring the piast
'M!ss M\a rgueriite Tolbert, whlo has
been teachinig school at Dennmark for
the past year, hias returned to the city
for the summer.
Messrs. hia s. F. Brooks and .1. F.
To~ hert. heft. Monday for Orangeburg
to at tend the Grand Lodge meetinag of
Knights of Pyihias.
Rev C. F. Rankin want out to
Friendlshi p church Sunds v afternoon
and~ preached to an attentive and ap
MIsses Marguerite and Ihi tie S-imp
non have returned from Chicora col
lege, whereo they have been students
dulrinig the past year, the former hav
Ing been a member of this year's grad
.Among the Laurens county girls to
graduate at Winthrop college this year
are Misses Ruby Williams, Ethel Winn,
Marie Philpot, Emma Cooper, Winnie
Jeans and Azilie WVoffort~l.
Mr. R. M. WVasson, of the Friendship
section near Hickory Tavern school,
was In the city yesterday. Mr. WVasson
stated that the torrential rains in his
vicinity Sunday did a great deal of
damage to ceops.
Mr. Elmore IBramhett, of Narnie,
1passed through the city yesterday
with a saw mill outfit en his way to
Madden Station where he wvill saw
lumber for the next few weeks.
R1ev. L. W, Johnson, Qt Pickens, is
inssisting Rev. W. H., Lowvls this week
in a protracted uneeting at the Iholmes
Street Methodist church. Mr. Joh~n
Son is a closo student and eloquent
sPeaker, delivering his sermons in a
- Mrs. M. Hampton Hunter is in Rock
11111 this week attending the graduat
ing exercises of W7inthrop college
Where her sister, Miss Winnie .Jeans,
receives I (iploma this year. Misses
.Janie and "Tee" ilunter, of Ora, are
keeping house or her 1in her absence.
Won Prize for Sketchi lg.
Little Miss Sara Eliza Swygert is
the proud owner of a check selt to her
by the National Oats Company as one
of the prizes offered for the best sketch
of ":The National Oats Girl". Several
weeks ago the big cereal complany an
nounced that prizes would he given to
school children iII each state that sent
in the best sketch of their trade symbol
and Sara Eliza, who is a prize-winner
in most everything she attempts, sent
her sketch and Monday a charming let
ter came announcing that she was one
of the three or four prize-winners in
Some Forils of RIheumuaf ils CI ('urabie.
liheunatis'm Is a disease character
Ized by pains in the joints and in the
muscles. - The most common forms
are: Acute and Chronic Rheumatism,
Rheumatic Headaches, Sciatic Rheu
matism and Lumbago. All of these
types can be helped absol ly by a p
Iplying Some good linimem that pene
trates. An applicat? on Sloan's lnl
ment two or threq ti s a (lay to the
affected part wvilp ve instant relier.
Sloan's Liniment K good for pain, and
especially Rheumatic Pain, because it
penetrates to the seat of the trouble.
soothes the allicted part and draws
the pait. "Sloan's Liniment Is all
medicine." cet a 25c bottle now. Keep
it handy in case of emergency.
See our special values in Porch
S. .%. & E. H. WIEES & CO.
Notice to Veterans.
Go by way of Seaboard Special, the
onyl route that puts you in Richmond
without change. Tickets on sale from
29th to June 2nd. Tave Laurens 41
p. m. May 31st, reach Richmond 6 a.
n. Junelst. Round trip $7.90. Pull
man accommodations for small addli
tional -charge. If you wish Pullman
reservations, send me your name at
once. Those wishing free lodging at
Richmond are advised to carry a light
0. G. Thompson.
I Joiiiithaii It. Owings. *
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Jonathan It. Owings, father of J.
Calvin Owings of this city, departed
ihis life at his home Friday night May
1-itl after a short. illtness. Burial ser
vices were heldt at the New 1ariony
church Saturday afternoon, being con
ducted by his pastor, Itev. Rt. (;. Math
eson, assisted by Rlev. .J. L. McIdin. A
large number of sorrowing relatives
and friends followed the body to its
last resting place.
Mr. Owings was ncarly S- yoars of
age and spent most of his life in the
section in whilh he (died. For several
years he was a resident of Clinton,
where lie went to ducate his children.
lie was a consistent member and of
fleer of lthe IPreshy terin clhur ch anid
lived a conscientious and Christian
Ilife. In thle War of Secession lhe was
a membe' of the hospital corps ini
CVo. D), :3rd Itattalion, S. C. V.. in which
he did( fa ihful service for hiIs state.
Mr. Owings is survivedl by his .bee
ond wife andl the followilng ('hildren:
.f. Calvin Owings, of laurens; Mrts.
Gleo. P. Woods and Mrs. J. 11. Drumi
mond1(, of F'ountain Inn; and R. C. Ow
ings of the New Iharmony section. Mr'.
A. Chris Owings, a brothber', who lives
with his son, Sheriff Owings, also surm
Thle death of Mr. Owings wias greatly
dep'iloredl in his comnmunIt y and wher'e
ever he was known.
Alt A boardi.
Guimmem' Excu rslon P'rices Satur iday
at.1J. C. IHorns & Co.,--tw'o stores
Laur'ens, S. C.
Pies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Tour' draggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMEINT falls to cure any case of Itching,
Blind, Bleedingor Protruding Pies indto 14 days.
The first application gives Elase and Recst. 50c.
flASE BALL TODAY,
C'hanirwarnmers and Laurens HIgh
School to. Fight ever the Pill this
Afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The following challenge has been
iasued b~y the "Big Chief" ot the
"Chiairwarmer" aggregation of ball
tossers to the THigh School team. This
game wvas scheduled to the "pulled"
several dlayssago but was delayed be
cause several of the Chalrwa'rmcrs
were not in condhitlon:
"We have the classiest hunch that.
has evei' been gathered together', in
fact we haveo a few dlark hrorses. No
doubt this wil l be the greatest game
ever stagedI in Laurens. In order to
see and hear' this per'formaneo it w'ill
be necessar'y for you to fork over 10
or 15 cents. The proceeds will go for'
tihe benefit of the Laur'ens High Schiool
team. Come--we need youm."
New line Glass Ware just reecived.
Just received shipment of White and
(told Table Crockery.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & on.
A wedding of great interest to their
many friends was that of liss Esther
Elizabeth Hearn, and 1r. Artic Fooshe
which took place at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Solomon last Sunday at two o'clock.
Tite mairriage cante as a great stirprise
as the dlato for the event had been set
for June 6th. I'le coremlionty was per
formed by Rev. 11. 1. Lawson of the
1irst IBaptist cliurchi and was a beau
tiful and ilipressive ce1remnony. The
bride is the attractive daughter of Air.
and Airs. William Solomon of Laurens
and the groom is a hustling aind popi..
lar young planter, who has mnadI his
hotine ditiiing the past few years with
lir. R. 11. Dell, on his farin a few imiles
Just before the ,marriage cereiony
was perforned the christening core
imony of Elbert Hubbard Solonon, the
infant son of MIr. and Mirs. William
Solomon, was performed by Rabbi
Z. Zaglin who cate down from Green
ville to act in this iml)ortaitt event of
the child's life.
Among those who were present to
witness the ceremonies of the two
events were Riv. J. H. T. Major, Rev.
M. L. Lawson, Messrs. R. A. Cooper,
R. B. Terry, h. Terry, J. S. Machen,
Capt. W. N. Dyess, Mr'. THameirschlag,
Mr. and Mirs. Hymen Lurcy, Mr. and
irs. Dess Frianks, and AMr. and Mirs.
INJURY PROVES FATAL.
Miss Agnes Stiber Succumbs at New.
Newberry, Alay 20.-Mliss Agnes
Suber, the 1-4-year-old daughter of
Willim MI. Silber, who was run over
by an autoimobile at the Lone Lane
school picnic Saturday, died thli
mornintg front lici' injuries. Site will
be buied at Enoree Church toimorrow.
Whenever You Need a General Tonk
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivei
out Malaria, Tiriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
ANll A board.
Stiinier Excunrsion Pri'es Saturday'
at J. C. Bui'ns & Co.,--twvo stores
Laurens, S. C.
Trinity and Shiloh Next Stindny.
There will be set'vices at Trinity
and' Shilohi next Suinday, 30th. Trinity
at, 1I o'clock A. Ml. and Shiloh .I
o'clock P1. M.
.\1. Nitinnerlyn, Pastor.
('ard of Thanks.
We desire to thank our imany friends
and ieighbors fori their kind assist
aice and Christian synipathy, render
(d us duitring the long illntess and the
death of oir dear little u11thi. Tie
reieibrance of the matany acts of
kindness as well as the words of comt
fort spokein, iniitg the period of out'
axixety and ite sor( herieavitement
throughI wiich we have biassed ar
aliprieciatedl by its mtoi'e thant words
cani (exprtess. 'lTis iterest. Ont the
par't of neighblors and fi'iends has
dlotne itutch to cotmtfort an td t'o lIghteIn
ourii load of soi'row. We b'eel very
sensilby out' gr'atitude. and take this
opprtu'iity of thianinig youi onte and
all for yourt htelp antd symthttiy. .\ay
thle hecav'~ently fVa i't'e bless ricl y eadli
of you whIo has beeni so thIought fitl of
Mir .antd .\ii is. Carl Ful ler'.
I''Tis prelpar'atioin is intendedta e'site'
in Ily for' 'reuitatismi. lame ba~ck,
sittains aiid like alienits. It is a
fav ~orltie with Iteole whotd ate we'(ll ne
<uitted wvitht its spilenidid qualtiitie's.
.\il is. ('ha rles 'Tann ier', WVabash, in d.,
says of it, ''I htave found Chambter
Ilit's iInimtieitt the best fthinig f'or' lame
back and~ spr'aiins I have ever ised. It
works like a chat'm anild rlieves pain
anid soreness. It has been used by
others of mty family as well as myself
for upiwai'ds of twenty yeai's." 25 aind
50 ccitt bottles. For' sale by all deailers.
THE BABY SHOW
And Local Views
IDLE HOUR TODAY
(Thei Last Day)
THIS WEEK'S PRhOGRlAM
IiNO DAGOTT AND JANI0 OAIL
LE'E MOR A N, VICTOR IA FORDE, ED
IiE LYONS AND BILLIE RHODES.
W1'111 BLOOD OIF II1S BR OTrIERL
A Thrilling Two Reeler with Welling
ton Playter' and Marie Walcamp. Sec
the Lobby DIsplay.
MARY FULLIER AND MATT MOOlIE
ln a gt'eat Thr'ee Reel Dr'ama, "'Te
Oii'l who htad a Soul."
A Two Reel Spectacular Drama
LYONS, FORD AND MORAN
it a Screamintg Co~medy
THE IDLE, HOUR
Porch Shadei y/4
Summer Air for
Let Down the Vudorst
Don't just exist-LIVE this summer in your porch and gain
the health and vitality that fresh, free air will give! Get the
air-shut out the glare I
Vudorize your porch with Vudor Porch Shades. Make it a dining room.
Feel the appetite the air gives when the glare's orutside. Make it a bed
room and know the deep "one session" sleep the Air brings. It rests,
vitalizes, gives you the punch next day.
Made to Fit Any Size Porch. All Sizes in Stock.
Give us your order right away.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Laurens, S. C.
Graduate of Textile School.
Among tils year's graduates of the
Textile Industrial instiltute at Spar
tan burg is .1. A. 'T' iblin, formerly anl
operative in one of this county's cot
ton mills. Mr. Tmin iblin respoide(I to
the address of the cornmmeneement
speaker', Mr. 1). 1'. Camak, saying that
the graduates "expected to spend their
lives in the effort. to improve tle con
dition of tle cotton Inmill population."
ThiIs was the first graduating class of
the scool. StLttdents here are enabled
to earn a textile education b)y devot
ing part of their time to work in tle
mills and part In the school.
.Just received allothtr shillilment of
"Quick .\lval" O.1 Stoves. Get y.,urs
ot of tils lot. 'I'ley cook qIicker
anid use lss oil Itian other's.
S. M. & 1 i. Wilkes & Co.
.Iecetingu of First IIIIIision1.
We are glad the Gray Court Itaptist
ehuttirch invited the (ituar'terly Imeetting
h'' e st divisiol to meet Witi thetii.
\isitors and 'delegates may he surt'e
of a hity welcomie. It will he a two
(lays' meeiting conitiuinti thr'outgh
Suntday mornitig, .une 2'it Ii.
We have the proiise of )r-. W. E.
'rocker, a missionary to Chiia, 1 to
speak to us Satutday uight at 8:",)
o'Clock atid Sitnday iornilig at. i1
o'cohick. The Sitiun'eamttis and YnItIg
I'eoile's soeltirs will have charge' of
the Sinday mo'nitg services at Il
We hope to have every oier of tIle
association, W. M. V., every leader of
socleti's and hands and solie ITepr
sett atives frotm overy org-!anizationl.
The program1 will be printed Itler.
.\ISS U0tecee llagg-ott,
Made by a Cake Specialist
in a spotless clean bakeshop.
Wrapped in sterilized waxed
paper to keep the impurities
out and the freshness and
Pure, Rich and Flavory
Always Strictly Fresh
Six Varieties, 10 Cents Each
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
J. C. Shell & Co.
:Forget the Hot
g Summer Weather :
0 We've got a host of light, cool 4
summer wearables that will light
en the burden of the red hot sum
Come in and inspect our su
* perior line of cool summer under- 0
* wear---the kind that makes heat e
: disappear and gives the satisfied:
feeling of being fit. Underwear *
for every member of the family.
An unusually attractive line
* of womens, childrens and mens 0
* summer Shoes, priced moderately *
: and made by experts.
* You will find here a complete *
* stock of Muslins, Voiles, Crepes, *
New Lace Cloth, plain and figured
* Chiffon, yd. wide Silks 39c.
Summer Parasols in beautiful 0
0 shades ranging in price from 10c *
I H. TERRY I
-1. IV. Ferguson C. C. Iteatherstone PIANO TUNING
PERO1SON, FEAT HERS'roN3 & KNIM11 J. S. WILLARD
Attrnemys Mt Law Telephone
Laurens, S. C,
Lhurms, . C.S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Prompt and careful attention given
to all business.
Office over Palmetto Bank
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Cures Ofld Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure. Attorneys at Law.
The woret be he no ateru, hol on bi Dir PromPt A ttention (iven All Huasiness
raiand feal's at the saae tie 25c, . eo.Q WiVl Pract00e in all state Conrts