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Mr. J. A. Roland will return to his
work at Hartsville today.
Solicitor Cooper is attending court
in Newberry this week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Anderson, of Clin
ton, were visitors in the city Saturday.
Mrs. Arthur Taylor is visiting rela
tives and friends in Fountain Inn this
Mr. and Mrs. 'Eugene Cummings and
children of Barksdale, were in the city
Miss Annie Childress has returned
home after a very pleasant visit to
Messrs J. 1. Martin and J. B. O'Dell,
of the Ware Shoals section, were visi
tors in the city Monday.
M1r. C. L. 'Moore, of Charleston, spent
the week-end in the city as the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. H1. K. Aiken.
Mr. Frank McCravy has returned to
the city after having conducted the
singing for several revival meetings.
Mr. Ray Simpson of Spartanburg,
is visiting homefolks here for a few
Miss Lou Belle Pitts, of Jacks
townsbip, has been visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Young.
Mr. D. A. Davis is spending several
weeks in Hot Springs, Ark., for his
Mr. Richard ). THazie of Mountville
spent the day here Saturday on busi
Mrs. R. E. Copeland has returned
fron a pleasant visit to relatives in
M'. J. Y. Sitgreaves, who is attend
ing a business college at Raleigh, N.
C., spent the week-end in the city with
his parents. Mr. and M'rs. I. Sitgreaves
.rs. J. P. McNair, of Aiken. and
Mrs. 11. A. Ilcleod, of Cheraw, who
have been visiting Mrs. R1oland, have
returned to their homes.
Mirs. Albert Dial and Miss Lula l)lal,
of Laurens, are the guests of Mi. and
3\11s. WV. J. Nloore.-Greenlwood Dalily
irs. W. P. 'liolmason, who has bon
undergoing treatment in a Columbia
hospitail for several weeks. is reported
to be ilproving steadily.
Miss lielen Sullivan with Miss Iluth
Simmons, who has been her guest for
a. few days, will leave todlay for Iten
derson, N. C., to visit friends.
.\r. Dick Fuller ateilded the Jule
Biall given last week during the coil
mencement exercises of tlie l'niversi
ty of South Carolina.
*Miss Allene Franks spent several
days in Anderson last week where
she was one of the attendants at the
wedIling of Miss Tribbie.
Messrs George L. Pitts and Charles
'-. Hicks have returned to the city
after traveling for several months in
Mi'. and Mr's. D). M. Norwood have
returned home after spending some
time at Mr. Norwood's 0old home in
Messr's 1llenry Campbell, Louis Seed
and Elthan Frierson, prominent young
business men of Belton, motored over
to Laurens Sunday andi silent the (lay.
Misses Alice and Lucile Itiddle
spent a shior't wilie here last Wed
nesday enrtoute to Clinitoni where they
will visit their sister Mi's. W. TF. Pit
Mr'. L. TI. I lel lamis, of the (Gray
Courit sect ion, was a vsii (lit inte ('itY
Saturdl~ay. Mr'. iIllatms s'eteid very
mnuch pl eased wi th thle crop ipriosp'c t s
tng for ('harilottIe, N. C., to undl~ergo
tr'eatmtent in one0 of the hospitals
therel. She was accomnied bi1(1y 1her
(lin, of' ('amden, stoplped over' in thei
c'ily for' a lew hiouirs yest(erdaty withi
Mrhi. and1( .\lris. 1k.\M. WIlkes while on
thiei, way to the mo~iiuntains.
drenCl, I ii y, .11'., anid .1 ohni S i(loen , ofi
Ianiiinm, arel visiting ..\'. andi .\irs. 8.
M. Wlks. Mrt I. Dvidsoni cam iu.lp Su-el
(lay to spend the w'e'e-end.
('ol. I. . Iititns of fte lied Iront
llaelket spient part of last week ini
1ness. Mrs1. tiun alStccomilpanied himi
\il'. nmd Mis. C. 1". Ilankin and clil
TRankiin will i'eturn't the latter' part of
th wii eek but the oither member's of thle
f'amiily will iemaln rot' Ithe summhier' and
will be joined by hinm later.
TYhe many friends of MIss 1iesler'
Cooper for'mer'ly of Laurens bit., now
of Chester', will be pleased to learn
ushe has 'ecovet'eid froni a serious oper'
at ion for' aplpendieitis wlehn was utn
dergone at the Chester Saniiator'li.
Misses Sarah, iHohor'ta andl Willie
Dorroh, Mi's. J' N. Richardson andi
Mr. and Mrs. Bruooks Swygort left yes
torson for Charleston to attend the
meeting of the Grand Chapter, Easterni
Mr. Gary Eichelberger, who has
been travelling North Carolina for a
wholesale millinery house, Is spend
Ing a couple of weeks here with
hoimefolks. He will leave the first of
next month with the fall line.
Mrs. Ross D. Young is still confined
to the Julia Irby sanitaritun, though
she is showing signs of improvement.
While she has been sick, her sister,
Miss Inez Ray, of Albermarle, N. C.,
has been visiting her.
Misses Grace Terry and Elizabeth
Curry, students at Brenau College,
are spending several days here as the
guests of Misses Amelia and Lilla
Todd before returning to their honies
for the summer vacation.
Miss Lula :Dial spent several days
in Greenwood last week and was
present at the reception given by her
cousin Miss Grace Barksdale in hon
or of Miss Abney, whose marriage to
Mi. Henry Thayer took place last
Mr. Edwin Moseley has gone to Blue
Ridge, N. C., to attend a meeting of
Y. M. C. A. workers. From there he
will go to New York to spend the sum
mer with an uncle. His brother, Mr.
Roland Moseley, will also spend the
Little Misses Mary and Beaufort
Copeland returned home yesterday af
ter a delightful visit to their aunt,
Mrs. M. T. Simpson, at, Cross 1111.
They were accompanied by Miss Lucy
Boyd, who has also been visiting in
Cross Hill for sonic time.
Mr. W. C. Rasor and two sons and
Mr. A. M. Hil, of Cross 11111, were
visitors In the city Monday. While
here .lr. Rasor purchased a large cab
inet Victrola fron Mir. W. P. liudgens
with which to furnish entertainnent
for his family and friends.
Mr. and M1rs. Gus Owens and Miss
Mary Visser, of Allendunle. 'motored
tbrogli the country to attend the
1-icks reception Saturday evening.
They caine up by way of Augusta and
returned by way of Colubnila, Mrs.
Ilicks and daughter, 1Elizabeth, accoin
panying them as far as Columlla.
They were dirving the latest tuodel
Aliss Mae lo MeCarley has returned
to tihe city for the su niner afitor
teaching in Bennettsville.
For Jin IrnynlrIIed .4peillfe.
To liinprove the appetite anad
st.rengthen the difgest ion try a few dos
es of C ha inbher'l lin's Tablets. Mr. .1.
11. Seitz, of Detroit. M ich., says: "h'ley
restored mny appetite when Jimil I.:i red.
relleved me of a bloated feeling and
caused a pleasant and satisfactory
inoveinenit of the bowels." For saie
by all dealers.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
Uv local ailiCationa. as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the car. There is
only one way to cure deafness, and that is
by constitutionni remit-dies. Den fn-ss is
enuse-d by an Inflamed condition of the mu
cous lining of the Iustachiin Tube. When
this tube is Inflamed you lave a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and
unless the inflanmation can be taken out
and this tube restorel to its normal condl
tion, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten aro enused by Catarrh.
which is nothing but an Intiamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by llatrs Catarrh Cure.
send for cireulars, fre.e.
F. J. CIIINEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio.
sold by Druggists. 76c.
Take IHails Fanty Pills fer constipation.
Why not se11(d in yotir stubscri ptlon
retnewal TiOD)AY? D~on't put It off any
C'onistipatilon ('ured Overnight
A smaltl doItse of Po-D~o-Lax tonight
andi yotu enjoy a full, free, easy howel
miovemlent iIn the morninag. No grlin tg,
for P'o-Do-lax is P'odophiyllin (May
Apile I withloti t thle gipe. P'o- i)o- Lax
corrects thle casue0 of Contstipaltlon by
a rotisin th le L iverI, inlie Qi asig le flow
ot' bie Ic.Ille ics Natuore's an (setieI in
thle bo wel s. With I lproplr mottnt of
bilec, digest in in ho wels . perfect. No
gas, no0 fermtentat ion, no .onst i)atin.
D.nit lhe aick, nervous, ir'rilable. Get
a hottlei of 1Po- I o--Iantx froni yoiur drutg
gIst now atul eure youri (onstipat in
InvIgorating to the Palo and Sickly
The Old stadard general strengthenn tonic,
OROvE's TASTELEsS chill TONIC, drives out
l.ailatin.enrichmes the biood.and buiids up the ays.
temn. A true tonic. F'or adults and children. 50c
('.11101.1 .\ PI:0Pl: TIll
0 1-' S 1 0.i~it'll I*:E. l:lD V
SuiiY rrs l-'l nil S ift i rlIefu by Use of'
hStima llt ieer. in itheSute
ils frIm th Ile u1.-te o .\lay r's WVoinder
.\lanyi hat' t aken I ti remed and
t'll today of the beniefits I hey receIved.
ItIs elfects (omeb 'pi ekly th flirlst doise
conin~lcts. I tore ist wirt two Caruolina
folksN hav witte in:
"tor y'ars I have s fiored fromi a i
ease whiIch lot -.Ae doctors. I hteard'
0o' yourt reinedy 1 id1 one0 bottle are'
noe relief'. Youl fill tratmoent. hat
n atto t r.'d mte.'
"I at mntissh-d thrtough iiersoi'nalliune
have savedI my life.''
.\t uyr's W\oii lerfuiIl~ lemedy trive. 'i e'r.
minlinlt resul ts rO5 t( macli, livero ami
Intest la Iina ' mnis. lEnt as ui ch hadt
wit'over you like0. No mUore (disti ess
after eatin1g, pressuret of gas in theo
hottle o( your dritggist now and triy It
on an ahisolute guarantee-If not satIs
factory money will be retur'ned.
+ SOCIETY. +
In lonor of Miss Childress.
Mrs. Earl Wilson was tho charming
hostess at a party given last Friday
afternoon in honor of tMiss Whi'te
May Childress, whose marriage to M1r.
James Fulton Harney will take place
this evening. During the afternoon
the guests played several enjoyable
rounds of forty two. after which the
ho!tess served a delghtful saIad
Misses Grace DluPre and 1lelen Bur
nett, of Spartanburg, and Miss Lois
Holt, of Wilmington, N. C., are the
guests of Mr. and Airs. Carlos I.
Moseley. Ar. and irs. Moseley en
tertained a few friends in their honor
Saturday evening and again Monday
evening, both parties being very en
Mr. and Mrs. John IHicks Entertain.
Saturday evening the hryme of Mr.
and Mrs. John Flicks on Farley ave
nue was the scene of a brilliant re
ception, given jointly in honor of their
eighth marriage anniversary, and of
Ali's Willie May Childress and Mr. J.
F. Harney. The entire lower
floor of their spacious home was
thrown into one and beautifully dec
orated for the occasion. The guests
upon their arrival, were welcomed at
the door by Dr. and Mrs. H1. K. Aiken
after which .\rs. .1. 1). Watts and
Airs. W. G. Lancaster ushered them
into the ad.ioining room wherc they
were introduced to tliose in the re
eiving line as follows: Air. and M1rs.
.1oin A. Ilicks, N-.\ . and Mrs. C. If.
Iliks, .i\ls. C. Ii. Nfoore of Charlestoni,
ir. a .\lrs. (us Owens of Alleildale,
Airs. .\lary Visser of Ailendale, liss
IW illie Alay Chilldress and Mr. lames
I ilariley. From tihe receiving0 line the
guel(sts wee useed y .\Ilrs. 11. 1,.
Plarkin1sonl and .\liss .1esSic Trotter of
inoxville, Tenn., to the punch % bowl
wh(er' delicious pu11 h01 was seIved by
.\liss Anni Belle Childress, liss et,h1
hll'I and Nliss .Jule Childress. Fromi
here they were iushered in to the dfin
il roo mi where they wve served, de
l"lt iicreai anid cake by .lisses
hIot Illidgens, hlattic Gray, Francis
Davis and Lula )ial. 'I'le dining
100111 was presided over by .\irs. .1.
ii. Tengtie, .\irs. W. Ii. Anderson, .\rs.
N. 11. )ial and irs. Dial Gray. After
ills they were ushered into the large
frioit reception room by Misses .\lary
Todd and Bessie Childress who pinned
uipoll t hem t,he altrae ive little favors,
In lionor of the liride-To-lRe.
Mrs. Frank Caile entertained in a
most charming manner \onday after
noon with a miscellan'eous shower
in honor of Miss Willie May Childress,
the popular bride-to-be. After the
guests arrived they were placed at
tables where they enjoyed several
ganmes of forty--two. FollowIng the
gaines the linen presents were
brought in and presented to the hion
oiree. This wa5 (lone ini a ver'y uiqueil
andi attractive way. M\lster RlollTf
lI ughe~s and Master Jiames Power
drov' agatind earti through the
front (1001 laden withl a tru'n k fillled
with tihe lresenits. These weire Iak
cin out andl presented to thle bride-to
be. A fter' the pr'esen tat ion thle hostess
servedi delleious block c reami and
cake. Duoring thie afternoon M\isses
.lule Chiildress and C'arie FN-ming
served the guests withl retfreshing
3iIss Clhidress the Ilonorce('i.
Yesterd(ay' aifterinoon. \ltrs. (;Woirge
ighitfill manner withI a Nickh- l'arity
in honor of Miss Wille .iay ChIibiress
whose marr'hige t his eveingO to Mr.
.lamnes I[a rnley will be one of thle lead
log society even Is of thle season. l'ach
guest brioughlt withi her se useful
arit ile wIhose ipurchlase ihe wlas a
niiet:e. 'iTese ariticles wereut praen1
(:d ito the huonor' guest at theado
gust dleicios ciream ad ein Cke.
Miss(es -\in. lb-le, lHess ami .lt'
: a :ne'*v briidlal pa rty In a very' allirar
I Ciima n ncr las;t e'veing at t hei'
lht ino on Ea>st .\aini sI ree . 'lTe r'
''ipt ion wvas given immiach~tely a ftr
Ihe rehears;iial at I he Mthodh)(lt ''hur'h
andt wr.'s au 'eeni of nioch pleasuire to
The bridal ('n'ke was -SCut to discovIer
th.' luiky' andl l unlky' 0mmbers (tf
the' party. .Just before leaving the
cream and en~i 'ke,
Left ONf loinor' hit.
Thriouigh ana oversight t he na me of
Katherine icks wvas left off the year
ly honor r'oll published last wveek.
Katherine mad a splend 11id record for
the year and should hiave hadl her'
iane includerl with the lens.
Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Ice Cream
Freezers, Water Coolers, Fruit Jars, Jar
Tops, Jar Rubbers and Jelly Tumblers.
Porch Rockers, Swings and Shades.
We offer the largest stock to select form, the lowest
prices and the best quality.
-& Carload Porch Rock
Solid carload Ball ers, Settees and
Fruit Jars all styles White Mountain Refrigerators and Swings, prices lower
and sizes. Ice Boxes, any size you may want than ever.
and at a price that will please you.
"The Freezeyr witha the
Aertig Dasher" e
men.1s114) of its as oihing arting s ih _t
whips air into cvery parlicle of' the fle1.1ingtI
26.. .acreaim, makiing- ic (cam that is at revelation
in texture and d(.licTc. It breaks a rcords141- inl speed
makes perfect ice cream in 3 minutes.
Requires much less labor and uses less ice and salt than an11y other free;er.
All sizes of both the "Alaska" and "North Most complete and
best line of Oil Stoves
Star" in stock. on the market.
You can't make any mistake by coming to us for
your Summer Goods, for here you are sure of the
latest and best of everything and the prices are al
ways the lowest to be found for goods of quality.
S. . &E. H. Wilkes & Co.
SMMONS 11-101? Imijj. .
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CANDIDATE FOR YOj
'fii " II0' tb11 i- %%i - I' I ' !1 em lint in111
A i l I 1 I I ' 1, ; 'cI w I l lit'l- ( )I* il
* 0 ifor thk, COunl
Not the corporations' "Man Friday,"
not a labor agitator, not Spartanburg's -
favorite .son, ?t.Greenville's man, not I, 'aid
+ Union's prominent politician, but a suc- t wili
4 cessful farmer, business man, and lawyer,
+ big enough to represent the highest ideals 4
of the different elements of the great 4,
fourth district. E
0+4 ('4* 04l Ills 0I 0+*1 +004 'IC*>'> till 0 liI0
C. C. F'enthersione W. 11, h kht.(01(N T V
Aii; l(TO.Ni & EN i'I' ' her -C vn that I S A A & (it \'01111havn
I , rc 1. ilic ;tq No. si I,,) Ti
A llorn t. at t 0 Ci pital i s - k oi 1. u#a('
Laurens, S. (C. ;W:011Wn ra in
We hoK to ailloiln e Ithat we h.ve "ou i h t( ll I ll, with its prijii pCi ' I (1'1rt
for-Iled a o-arnrh ip o lepa pl e fbuie at urn S, S ' ma et
lien ot' law, al1 Laurencls, . '.111' that I Oiw' t h I wr. d iyofJ ly
.\ r. VFea"therstonle vflill 4pwild \\'d. W'Io. ppY to sahl cor~porationl for, ME eh d o ol ;11m m Ii
nemi arI";t of n401 %(,t weaiensand ".f f 1i a in th a anata
will (omelt ov.er at - i otel tim's (1110 ) Io>lI. Cutlli, at Gre n i h-, said I istict
as ieceassairy. i. - at I I o'clock ill Ii - i o '1 whi eh
All business enti'tsted to Our1' C'1r'0 NT-11-(1o .111n phl o!! *!'ln tlitol's
will have promlpt and car-eful aOlen- anN NCE1E'1d other. lien,,o' inl Mer -
ion1. I hl'(eby ann1itounci'e m yi self as a ean -i- p a Ii sl i, ii' 11.1' I:Iry have
Oilee over Palmeltto 1ani1k didate for (ongrss C n . the Fouthl1 why Ihe prayerl of 'a ' eiti' on Should
C. C. Featherstone, Con gresslolal )strict, s hjet. to the not he grant(ed
W. B. Knight, rtiles of the I)emocva4 jiparty. 1 It I\ IT, (h",k.
SAM . NICHOLLS. '46-3t