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8 Loeal -and Personal Mention. 8
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Mrs. R. E. Copeland has been spend
ing several days in Clinton.
Mr. and Mrs. Dial Gray have gone
to Ilopkilnsville, Ky., on a visit.
Mrs. F. P. Tatum and children, of
McColl, are visiting Mr. and .\Mrs. .1. F.
Miss Beulah Beamguard of York
ville, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo.
Calhoun aMcGowan, 10sq., of Char
lotte, slient Sunday iII the city with
M r. C. L. Ilairston, of ('iton, was
uIl) Saturday afternlool to see the I y
dia-l1aurenls iilil ball game.
ir. and .\Mra. M. fl. Abra-ms and lit
tile on, R 1udolph, of Iiarksdale, were
vlritors in the city .\oniday.
Nir. George Cartledge returnied to
Augusta Sunday after spendinlg sev
eral (lays here with hI botlier.
Ar. W. II. Nash and datiter. Miss
Sit ial and Mrs. i'M. 13. Nash were among
tile visitors here last Monday.
Misses Lucy and Marion Evans, of
Spartanburg, have been visiting rela
tives in the city for several days.
Miss Lula Davis, a trained nurse of
Columbia is spending a short vacation
here with -her sister, .I\s. Ross lilake
Messrs. C. E. Rlugh an R. L. \hite
of Greenwood, passed through the city
biy auto on Ihir ili way home Ilomll
M.\;s Vir~ginlia 1Slimps"on has tun
(A irolm .\shv'ille wi-re slit' has boni
visiting Niss lIbCCa ('lark several
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Brown, of Aiwi,
and NM is. E. Sitr'avt , atii Mls. \\'. 11.
The rien s o .\l. t . 1,lwooks will
rti gret Io Ilir that le i. sick or fever
at t i h lne of hi ;; ioteir'i in ii als
.\iss s .arion al d i .1 ,- phl \V' k
imm, of the I ollo 'w ll S'Eotionl. are
Lhmi 5 of Niss 1lllin ll hil lnS, oil
East .\aini sireel.
.\l.. anld Mlr. It. 1'. Pl'arkinsonl left
several days Igo for .\iberinarle, N.
C., fro mhn they will go to 1,'naka
Springs to spend som11e tiie.
Mrs. \V. .1. Cluck. MI.\r. .M. Sti
ir.ons and Miss Mildred Simmiions ino
toled to I aurels from Mointville last
Nionday and spent (1,1 day in Ohe city.
Mr. .1. N. \\'right, .r., aN Master
1111lie Simpsonl, of Spartaiburig, spet
several days of ISi. week With ihe
former's father, Mr. .l. N. Wright, Sr.
Nrs. V. c(. Irby, . r., and liitik
Franlcis, aildi Miss Eloise Stevenisol
lefty yeserday for .1arksonville, Ala.
where they will ielain for the S1un11.
N. anild MI's. I (oe rI. Vanwc of Tlex
.arkanaITOx., are'C visitin11' inllnrn
s the g uests of Dr. and .\l's. . l. . A
bright. NIis. Van(e is: a15it of M
Dr. 'I'. C. l~ens, of Columbia, M,
l'dwina Ioucas, ofi Wailhalla, andl N
Alec 1.onilg, of1 lio('k 11111, s pen al. ur b
(lay and Sunday in the city as guest
of Mr's. Wv. i'. Luc(as.
Miss Sarah Nash spentt Monda
4 ot ning in the city enr1 ot to .1 llo
vilie wher'e she will take opbrt in il
will '.e per1formed('( today.
Mr. J. L. M. i'by, who holds a r'
$ pontsible pbosition11 withI a ai
Charl'eston lumbler' (orplor'ation), SplO
seve('iral days in the city last week wi
Jiis mother' and otiher relat ives.
*Mr'. R., J. Gantt of Spar1itanburit'g
eandidate for Congress wa~s among I'
vb~itor's hbere last wveek for a day
itwo. lie wais accomp Ianiedl by his fat
er', i'. Larry (Onnit, who is now In
nlewspapber blusiness in Mississippli'
Mrls. Wi. P. Thomtiason, whol( has hbe
in~ the Baptist hospital at Colum1l
for several weeks, returnled to I
city Mondlay but continuted to IEdni
i'ille', N. C'., yester'day whierei she '
:remain for some time for furthler
upon01 the commhienicemet exeri'Cses
the 1 'niver'sity of South Carolina S
('ral -weeks aigo, attracted <quite a
lindis posed1 since his returnllil homie
is n(ow about well.
Mr's. C'.. M. luddle left Mlonday3
Saindiia, N. C., with lher' lit tle gri
veryv ill. TIhey werec jinedcl at '
lette by the child's father', Mr'. O)
Riddle, wvho is connected withI oin
till neOwspapler's thiere'.
11ev, and1( Mris. Sanders'i' I. G igl
andli chidren, and Mr is. (luinl
moither' and alster, Mrts. Gleorge
and Miss Helen 11111, leave today1
Illen1ders5onille w c ~ here 1all but
(Guignar'd will spend thle sulmmeru
G~uiignarid w;ill r'eturnt in a few dai
C'apt. R. WV. II idgens, of Iou"it
whoG gr'adutatedi from 'The Citadel
yeat' was a yisitor' In tihe city
Wednesdlay. Capt. 11iudgenls comn
ed thle prize-winnling complany a
Citadel duru'ing the past sesslionl
was presented a handsomle golid a
SOCIETY. + "
Mirs. W. G. Lancaster entertained A
lie Forty Two club at her home un I.
Leademy street Saturday afternoon. 1,
Lfter a number of games were play- d
d, delightful ice cream and cake were o
On last Friday afternoonl Mrs.
leorge - Balle entertained at a very
mjoyable forty-two party. Tables t
vere prepared for thirty-six guests.
'le house was beautfully decorated
vith Sasht a daisIes. Receiving with
drs. Halle were Alrs. Albert Dihl and t
Siss Ruby i' gan.. After several
maimes of forty-two had been played,
0irs. I lucas del Ighted the guests with
everal selections oi the piano. At
he conclusion of t li e ll(, I tl en
lerainment developed into an an
nioun1lceen('iit party. Master .1ack
I'.1lle, impersonating (u pid came
through a window, hearing a flower
basket, from ilwhich favors were drawn
'These were tiny cuids attaCeed to
cards oin which were written:
Dan Cupid 1ann ou1nces another victor
Mliss 1'mily 'Meng,
ir. B. L. Jones!.,
Atgust. -1i1h, 1915.
. !ss Nlng's favoi was a niliatire
brite. A salad colur;sc'. lollowed by
;Tr1111 Wats ,erved, and then all drank
delicious n111lich to a toast b Irs.
LhlW4 h 1411 , .0:'t (111 ('I'1" 4
-V :Ll.i s 1au ra 1':I-ks da1v,
* * *'
For Bride-. iie.
The u lt .11'\ 24.. it A tl14 l int the'414
withl jli r s lw 'ea:
144( si ( , 1 til 21'. .\ 1 4 liinil 'cwii
plimnit was paid Io .\iss; 1,cona You
masof, litun1son onl 1ho afterlmoon
of .Jne T22, when .\llidames \. .
l'iabham1 :1nd .1. W . .\lo, .1r.. oenter
taineil at a miscellaieot.; shower in
the hon' - o theill' for'mr in h1onor of
the populillr youlig bride-ele't whost
miiarriage to .hiameis 1H. Sullivan Of
Laurens is annou nced for the 30th1.
The reception rooms were ('ecoraI
d(I with flowers nIIII feIns. As the
guests arrived they were wel'omed
b. I eV dames l irab ha mI anad .\ole an1d
served friit piuncli by 'Mrs. 1'. W. You
m 1as and AIIss Zell 11.01411101t Of Fir1'
fax. The guiest s were fu rn ished With
Cads .ad eicils anad after a m1erv
tlr'ee ininut1t es' 'ontiest NlIss 'e arl
Youinis was found I') be Ithe viinel
of tle first prize, a pair of silk hose
t'or her success in formation of th1<
greatest 1111111er' of words from t hi
nine IIletters in the word mat ri mony
This she preseinted to the guiest 0
honor. Then cnter .Ied a laudre111ois
hearing a ge clothes hampcr. 1ll<
- It h gifts or the biide-elecIt Who Wia
instr'cted to ''sort out her 1lies.
which she i imediately prtoceelld I
-1do, making gay dlisplay of the lovel
-art icle's of beauty anad valuie to t h
niasseminbled f riendos. Afttri an hou r
sweet COiurse( was servIed alndl th
y gile(-s werie preseniiteid in iature' hand1
-a aited JTa panese fanis, bearing tF
e name's andl date of the a)ppronehini
mai'lage of thle popular young Cot
Full .50 guests enjoyed the hiospiita
eC ity' of these hostesses.
00OLLEGE OF ('HARULESTON
S SoulthI carolia's O(ld st College
131st Year Begins October' ist
I ntr'ance examinatIons at all
o county seats on Fiday, July 2, at
Ii- a. m.
SFuilI fonur year courses lead to t.
leB. A. and B. S. dlegrees. A two-yC
prie-mecdical course Is given.
en A free ttuition schiola'sip Is assis
ha ed to each county of the State.
leSpacious buililings and athie
hegrounds, well eqiIpped laborator'
'y- unexcelledl library facilitIes.
ill -Expenses moderate. For terms ia
45 4t I'eside
o your order for
mard Sale on all sp~
'il1 Suits sold for $3.5
Mi'. Wait and wat
vrle- the Globe Tailorir
ii l J.DBILLY
14n1( Always on the Jo
COMING TWO DAYS
(eptine's Daughter" Fenturing An
nette Kellermann to be at. Idle Hour
Friday and Saturday.
The most stipendous and magnifl
nit mnoving pilture yet produced,
uniette Kelleriann in "Neptunc's
aighier", ha been booked for the
lie Ilour theatre Friday and Satir
ay of this week. his picture has
nly been shown in the larger cities
nd the management of the Idle 1lour
showing great enterprise in getting
here. The films will be brought dl
eet here from the largest theatre iI
harleston, where it is being shown
he first three (lays of this week.
huii rsday will he taken up in transit
cre and the last two days of the week
he ipeoplc of Ib~attroIs antd surironitd
n. towns -will enjoy the spectacle.
I is expected that auto parties will
oie from Clinton, Cross 11111, Mount
ile, ("ray Court, \naterloo and otlh
, towns. On accoint. of (le I renlent
loIuS royalt y Oil the 1i11tu1re, the la1rg-l
.,it. ever jwid for a picture in Laurens,
in advance in the regular price will
)e made, tle charges being 15 and 25
ents. A matinee will he given Fi
lay morning. Further particulars
illi be announced from the box ollice.
The following is a part of the News
and Courier draitatic critic's coin
1n1 lt. on the picture:
'I'hie apiearanlce of .\iiss Annette
Kellerman InI the picture play spec
t:Whe att tratd audiences that tilled
t!'( Victoria Theatoure ye-sterday, innti
I;-, d las't ni1h: t . lt.iie tda was the
xplhiii-a ni te tlay ..ithi lhe
ut ti r te oi:: th i e v in which
t. ( Court 1 k p tuIn i ts ld, will ait
i - a tie ise ron. The sea,. I i c
,ii ::i1ru!..al a n u-d hl i eltt ottn a
l!"1t1;l Ior .hw .-iiw of reveng; 1e u1I)Mn
! . e e )ht h ci -i ,i , I t Iher lit I le AIt :
I : , i ir HI t lie, i v, a thrt-, Ilany ad
iieyre utoie taieriusly. h
I Ir. ; 1 e i t I las t ii ig 1" t ha t t 1' e1 Imas
euwd been: brili of the toriai kigng
.ttrb-?tnt in wfotilii absorbteing an1
nre tly v( pt i e ar eolu i\t lie Kil
b.nn.She dispJlays anew hler won
Id. rfull mluatic skill anld enteors into .1u
e l i t i nv a t u i n i r w a t e r u itht t a l t t h e c l i nr a :
ta t is inlisely thrilling. Te u p11,
Imaac n iapaac or Nep
tunel( as he rssfroml thev sea, the pla;
o f n r mit dti I s id i lt e e ic h a n t m e n t ,
thle Sea" Witch all1 require dignilied ac
tion .i nI the ilost deientI treatmen
if they are to be taken seriously. I
was evidlentA last night that the tas
had been accom plihed to the generl
Satisfaction, for people Were <tulit
read y to puit theiiiselvs iI the fair
.stowl atituwd and to acce t the ( rat
onoritilon and disappliaranlce so skil
ully cailied out. TI.e plain inattel
of--act n 5iXI i woild probial y fill
soluthil o abe t amueat it aterll .ul
gairy story, but For peple of thoe oi
er hrth--hnd happi y there are mai
Noptune's Daughter ogffrt a dive
ion both ov l 1handi del lightfll. .A
to1'einthrlopi~t eoet li
SCIM0,.\R(1111 .\ND EATit\NCl,
nThetn xmfinaorn for the award
vacnScholarships ine Wrthro100
fee tuitioor The admtission o
Infoudentlwil aeed catte ddn
CouPrts D. .louse sonF , R uly Hil St
r . m .p BLACK ius Wo EL1
~Mtansiten yat of eale Whtit
g(1c thehwoe awardedt hoe maio
the igh1et aveag atni tho s exai~lngl
ion rde r hyme h o
tonsh sueritng thealored Ato
'ing sits for 30oarhp shdys.
to ressiden lihson befriete
amnah for r holarshi Weamh
fre mani. Comingx sossonv
SAVED1) FROM DEATH
I. E. Erwin Siys Wonderful Remedy
Blrought 1fiu astonIlilig Relief.
J. 14. E1rwin, of Winston-Salem, N.
., 'was for a long tiue the victim of
terious disorders of the stomach. Ie
Iried all kinds of treatient and had
One day he took a (lose of 3Mayr's
Wonidefiul lRemedy antd was aston
Ished at the results. The help he
souglt had collie. lie wrote:
"I ati satttisted throtgh personal
use of the life-saving powers of your
Wonderful R eitiedy. You have saved
imly life. I could have lived but a few
weeks niore had it not been for your
reilnedy. I a i n ltelosiztig a list of friends
sufferers who otght to have some of
Mayr' s Wolderful 1iitdy gives
pernianent resuilts for slornlach, liver
and lintes-tinlal ailienvts. Eat as tuttech
and wi.tever you like. No inore ils
Irtess allr eating, pressIure of gas in
the st oniach and arolund the leart. (G4
one bttIe of your (rulggist iow and
try it. ot al a solute g tranit ---it
not satisfactory itnolney will ie retun
Card of 'I'lii s.
We want. to reider olr thaiks to
the good IweOII of LIrens and Silr
ronilding colitry for fihe hindiess
shown us ditting our recent. illness
and wmay the (God of Girace and I'ower
reCstor yol four-folds.
C. G. Strichlanid aid atu ily.
Trus i: lectio .l uly Si.
Attention is again called to the list
of Iian -;g s for the elct ion to be
held on .hiny 'I !,() purplee of
rlectting t1:r-1s int !w dhitllrent
Ie l d i. et of 1 1 i 1 nut1 .\ i 11" 1
alrady N ky : I %nvn :I
t ' i :
th il b li - t a I I i t 1al
\\irs.ii ie ;Ie e In- :a
trsin a i i;al i i tr l nk
i thit1 'a i t \ \II 'i hV i I n o It
oftener ithan onc~es week buiiit. us
l't t nli s e' itwi 0 hi ll Ity iitial l' t a cit
t. 1 t he rt'd h 1r . n r! I
i riesklyli Tiht oe t safler wih Hlu
f n er (i I vs It ld . I Ian r dis i
- Inine u V0.-; tthe x Oil and1 Stinnite
i llho scalp1 41nto hevalthy 114rnia1l1 actiol
S-.hdlby Lainrens; )rue ('.11nd ilsadin:.
te Quinie That Does Not Aff ect the Hea
neiccsse of its toniic amid taxative effect, L.AXi
P Trv:li, no QtIlNINI-',i eitterthan iordinar
quinine and does not cause tiervoiusness n(
ringinig in head. Reteenber thiefuit niante-an
look for the signture of F., W. GROVE. 25,
UF MNAN A
I f; t P 0~- A al ~
--of Gillellts Spa'
til . A ful
V.i 1 iysw
,V fitChritonan vi
%. 1h h rn
ter'-'- - -
I come from
My nature is
I am made delica
mented on possee
My name is
~ lam lovedhb
Queen Fruit, for
Massive Porch Rockers
xa~c tly likeo cut only $1.23
Made of solid oakc, golden finish, high
back, large size, w-oven seat, comfortable,
strong, durable and while they last you
can have one for only $1.25.
non't delav or you will be too late.
d I S. M. & E. HI. WILKES & CO
011110 Z namogm=nesema I
'tGRE ENVI LLE.
VITTING SC OOLSUT CAROLINA.
cliooi for boy and yoiin- men. I Filiize, Owe n fl11~11 int hudAi *
ui . it of I'ti rit i.n iii\ vr-' t y. ()Ihr,; to n 'iiini'I iii p r
:u tr iiiinign d terys . q i ~ eJaraciol; for (Pv~tl a'rlk aiid b r ,~*
I f00'- y 4ir ~I.i In4l coursv. i I cI s l
li1 iL LItion. n n and0110-1 dis. roonu ieIVO Lt u y
l - r u II(k lL1rthi" tsir . antinlils.
e tt- L o t .nH N EY, M. A., Hleadmawrte
pt , - Greenville, Snuth Carolina. CHAPE
r ... ....
ood of the North
to Queen Fruit of the South
the vigorous Northland, the home of Indian maize.
Corn-.-pearly white Corn; and by skillful process
tely sweet andt attractive. Often am I compli
sing qualities superior to any other flaked food.
y thousands for myself alone, but you and I,
in a combination irresistible.
Noon and Night---and then between times
"The Memory Lingers"