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S Local ann Personal Mention. 8
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Mr. W. C. Mitchell and son were vis
Itors in the city Saturday.
. Miss ia Little, of (Ireenville, spen4
the week-end li the city with friends.
Isses Ethel andI Lucy Check of
Gray Court are the guests of Miss
Miss Alarian Nottingham of Virgin
fa i visiting at the home of Mrs. iosa
Mrs..W. 11. Tlomiason, of Woodruff,
spent Saturday In the city with her
sister, 'Mrs. R. T. Dunlap.
Mlr. G. Dudley Young, of Gaffney,
has beci spending several (lays in the
city with his mother.
Capt. 13. L. Henderson, of Ware
Shoals, has been visiting Irclatives
here and In Clinton for several weeks.
Dr. P. B. Steedly of Spartanburg
wa samong the visilors in the city
Mr. John (lilkerson has returned
home after spending several days in
Charleston and Savannah.
Mr. 11. C. Flanaghan, of Lakeland,
Fla., is visiting Mr. liton A. Sulli
van of Tumbling Shoals.
Mr. L. 1". Aledlock, of ray Cout
spent the week-end in the city vith
Nir. and Mrs. I. M. Wasson and lit
tle Margaret and Aleck, spent Tues
day in the city with Mrs. Dora Ed
wards, mother of Mrs. Wasson.
Misses Anna Sullivan and Sarah
Bishop spent Saturday an(d Sunday
with their classmate, Miss Josephine
Knight of Narnie.
'lrs. C. L. Nottingham, of Cape
Chairles, Va.. arrived in the city Sun
dny to visit her mother, Mrs. Rosa 1.
Miss May Delle Barre, one of the
former teachers here, has been elect
ed supervisor of writing in the Green
ville city schools.
Mrs. Sarah Irvin of Tumblingy
Shoals left Saturday for Port Royal,
where she will teach again, having
been re-elected principal of the school.
Miss Irene McDaniel has returned
to Ier school work at Cross Hill, S. C.,
and Miss Louise McDaniel at Clinton,
S. C.-A. R. Presbyterian (Due West).
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fowler of Per
rine, Fla., have been spending the past
few weeks in the city and county visit
ing relatives. They will leave this
week on their return trip to Florida.
Mr. W. P. Hudgens left yesterday
dn a trip over the Clinelfeld. He' ex
pects to spend some time in one of the
mount ain resorts before returning
Mrs. la Iudgens, of Honea Patht,
has been visiting Mr. Eugene Iludgens
and othet relatives in the city for sev
oral days. She caNe over particularly
to be at fihe bedside of her sister, Mrs.
Martha i',lllson loore, who has becin
Ninj. W. A. Watts attnded the meet
Ing of directors of the Watts Mills in
Greenville Monday. He was accom
paniedl by Messi's. M. L~. Copeland and
Thos. I. Swyvgert, the ti'ip being madle
Misses Lidie, Corrie, and Martha
Whitner, Messrs Henry andl Charlie
Whitnier motoredl over' from thou' sum
mier home at Porter Springs, Ga., Sat
urmday andl spent the wecek-end with
their auint, Mi's. T. Fostet' Simpson.
Mr's. Tonm IIendlerson1, of Wai'e
Shoals, has been visitinug Mir. and Mrs.
.1. W. Henderson while recuperating
front r'eeent sickness. She is rapidly
t'egaining her stre'ngtht and soon will
1)e well again.
The following teachers in the We
mant's College fat' the session of 1915
1916I arr'ivedl loiiday evening: Misses
'Bessie Byrd o fOt'a, S. C., Kate Lind
'uay, Chester, S. C., Mai'y Kennedy,
TPray, S. C., and .Tanie Sheilld,
1'-,yetteville, Wrenn.-A. R. Presby
teri'in (Due We'st)1.
WI. F. A. G. spent Sunday in Gi'een
l'0xtra goodl Silver Plated Knives
.andl Forks at 60 cents per' set.
S. M. & E. TI. WILKlES & CO.
Mrs. IH. K. Aiken enter'ininedl the
80ocial Cl ub hitutrsday after'noon at
item' beaumtiful htomie on West Main
street. Six tables wvei'e placed fat'
games and Forty Two was play'ed.
Dui'ing the afternoon a delelouts sweet
couirse was served(.
The Forty Two Club w~as delightful
ly entertained Thui'sday afternoon by
Mt's. L., Conner Fuller', the well ap
initedl home becing appropri'ately
decoi'ated for the occasion. After a
number of gatmes were playedl a tempt
ing salad cout'se was served.
Invitations have been issuted by
Miss WVil Lou loyd foi' a pai'ty Fi'iday
afteinooni in honor of Miss Wecssic Lee
Dial, one of the autumn brides.
Why pay $1.00 for a wvatch? Red
lt'on Racket price only 68 cents.
Why pay 25 cents foi' Colgates' Tal
cutm, whten Ried ironi Racket sells it
-fr 15 enni.
Member of Navy League.
Mrs. Will. C. Irby, of this city and
Miss Mary T. McNeill of Lynchburg,
S. C., have been appointed members
of the National Committee of the Wo
man's Section of the Navy League of
the tnited States to organize the lo
cal work of that body in arousing the
women of tihe United Statcs to the
necessity in the present days of stress
and peril to work for the ends of pa
triotisift and national defense. They
will act In conjunction with a body of
more tian a thousand of the most
prominent women in every section of
the United States number among them
Mirs. Daisy AlcTaurin Stevens, Pros.
Gei. Daughters of the Confederaey;
Mrs. WIm. Cuming Storey, Pres.-Gen.
). A. I.; Miss Anne Morgan, -mrs.
Phoebe Hlearst, Irs. Aledill 3MeCor
ti'ek, irs. Alex Van lensseicar, 'Mrs.
A. P. Gardlner, Mrs. Thomas Edison,
Mirs. Gscorge Dewey, MIrs. George
'LaudersCarnegie, Mrs. George. Harvey,
L-- Grace Nl. Pierce, Registrar of the
D. A. R.; _Mrs. Ralph Beaver Strass
b\lrger, Miss Julia Mlarlowe and a
host of others.
New line of trunks just reivcled.
See our Hlne of Stilt Cascs.
S. M. & 10. 11. Wilkes & Co.
Why Pay more, led Iron Racket Is
tie sock and stocking store.
ilEATH AND 1!.PPI NESS DEP:Ni)
UPON YOUR L ER
That sluggish liver with its slug
gish flow of bile is what makes the
world look so dark at times. Dr.
KIlig's New Life Pills go straight to
the rm s of the difficulty by waking ump
the action of the liver' and increasiig
the bile. Dr. King's new Life Pills
cause the bowels to act more freely
and drive away those "moody days."
25c a bottle.
Why pay 25 cents a yard for Table
Oil Cloth? Red Iron Racket sells
for 15 cents.
Card of Thanks.
We take this method of thankjing
our friends for the kindness shown
during the sickness and death of our'
dear husband and father. We cannot
find words to express our app'recla
tion for the many kindnesses and the
beautiful music and oral designs.
Mrs. J. S. Wolff and Children.
$1.00 Alarm Clock for 60 cents.
Wake up and conic to Red Iron
All Day Singing.
An all-day singing was enjoyed by
a large number at the Watts Mills
Sunday. Next Sunday a singing will
be held at Bell View church. The pub
lie is cordially invited.
Red Iron Racket sells yard wide
Percales at 7 1-2 cents.
COLUMBI. A STIKE SETTiLD.
Governor 3lannintr 'ses hiis lul''ence
to ing-1 .About .\mileable Settlement
Columbia, Sept. 17.-Through the
patience, alvice and actIve council of
Governor Richard I. Mlanning, the Co
lumbia street car str'ike was amica
bly settledl here tonIght and the car's
will be operated regularly In the
morning. The governor' brought the
twvo sides5 together', and everyone ac
cords him the credit.
-The strikers will all be taken back
except J1. W. Brunswick andl H. Alc
Kissick, whlo arc under' suslpension
until the first of November. The meth
od of Inspection and checking of
far'es ill 1)e changed so that there
will be0 no further irritation on these
Committees replresenting the stik
cers and the street railway were
'oiight together by tihe governor's
effor'ts and after conferences through
out the (lay made the announcement
her'e tonight that the strike was end
ed wvhich was hailed withi relief and~
delight by the pub1)1li. Both side~s
dlisplayed a commemcdale dlislposit ion
to get together and( many' warm
praises for the initIative o1' Governor
Mlanning which resulted in the satis
factory3 settlement of the trouble were
heard on all sIdes. DothI thle carmen
and( the coimpa ny and( tihe pubi c arc
thorougly satistied with thme action of
the chIef executive and( are accord(
Ing him all crecdit.
The strike begun one wveek ago.
II. 10. Thompson and( JIohn D~avis
repr~lesented the carmen and E. W.
Robertson, WillIam IElliott and A. A:
Wallace the street car' company On
the joint committee, wvhich perfected
the end of the stike.
Red liron Racket sells Sea Islands
and Sheetings at 4, 5 and 6 1-2 cents
for the 8 cent qjuality'.
Palo, sickly gIrls whio are apiproach
ing the ago of wvomanhood stanid in
need of the fine regulating andl
strengthening influ'once of D)R. SIMl
MION'S SQUAW VlNli6 WiNIC. It is
well adlapted to meet such condiltionls
and establish regularity. It corrects
languinoss, dull cyes, bad( breath,
weak digestion, anld nervousness. It!
helps the sufferer through tihe critIcal
period, restores strengthi, appetite andi
a clear, rosy complexion. Price $1.00
per bottle, Sold by' all druggists,
All Babies Destined
to Great Achievemend
To be born Is to bo great. For there
re Possibilities in ,evcry tiny human in.
fant. And for this
should reneiner tlt
whatever is dono to
aid tto mother, to re.
ieve her of distresses
durilg her trying
muonths, will surely bt
of marked bencilt to
thie child. I
Aniong tho sterling,
aids is a splendi ex.
ternal remedy known
ias "Mother's Friend."
It is what Is called an
eibrocation. It is ap.
plied to Iho abdorninal nmscles, gently
rubbed In by your own hand gulded
by your own inaid. It makes the muscles
fliant, they expa:l quito naturally anoJ tho
cifrect upon the nerves la sucl that jjey ad.
just theniselves to the s css o xpansion
so that pain fron this so rco n1i ost elfiml.
nated. Women who us " ther's Fricnd"
refer to the absence of ia Ing slekness, the7
nro relieved of a gre many minor dis.
tresses, all apprehension disappears and thoso
pcuullar nervous "fidgets" no longer disturb
the niqhits. It Is well namued "Mother's
Friend.' Oct a bottle today of any drug.
gist. Then at once writo for a most enter
taining and instructivo book for -all prospec.
tivo nothers. Address lradfleld tegulator
Co., 405 Lamar Bldg., Atlantai Ga,
To tle F1.al.uriers of Laurens County.
Inasmuch as I have taken orders
fromil a good ma ny for mu les and hors
e5,s and 1mve decided not to operate or
trade on this nmrkot. the coming sea
son, I feel that I shoild say so now(
in order that you may place your or
ders elsewhere or by from some one
elI. 1 have no"'t com1e to the conclu
510ln not to (to husiiess here .for the
present, for any lack of trade confi
oil tihe i)art of my customers.
For nearly thirty years I am glad to
say I have done my part of the busi
ness (less five years I moved away),
and it's a great source of satisfac
tion to me1 after so long a time that
I gave the people their money's worth
1nd have had no kick, with a very few
exceptions, and I wish now to express
my gratitude to the farmers 'of the
county for the liberal patronage they
gave me in my line. I am glad to state
that its not my intention to close my
bitsiness here permanently. Laurens
will be my headquarters, and I hope
in good time to come hack, o1)0l1 my
business again and do business with
my good friends. Wishing you all much
i'e C.sperity, I am11,
Yours very truly,
D. H. Counts.
Wood row Wilson
has called in aR
straw hats Satur
day, Sept. 25th.
for a nice felt at
hat department of
Clardy & Wilson,
Th'ie ('ase of L. 1,. (Cantelo;,.
Th'le case of L,. L. C'antolou, Clanren
(lonl, Texas, is slilarIini to thait of mny 3
ofthers who1( hate used C'hambherilain 's
Colic, ('holera and Ilarrhoea ltemecdy.
ie says, "'After trying a doctor' for
several 111o1thms, and( itsing differentI
kinds of meId'elne for mly wiCe who hadi~
been trioubled w ith sever'e bowiel comn
plaint foir several mlqnlths, I heught a
25e bottle . of fi ~inerlaini's ('olie,
C'holer'a and Diaml (ea Itemedy. Aaer
using the seeoin bottle she was eni
tirely cured." For' sate by La:urens
PiNE Fi0l:S'T FOft ('0l11l 1M
Drm. iUeil's Pilne-Tlar-l loney which goes
to the ver'y root of cold troubles. it
clear11s the throat and( gives relief froml
that cloggedi and( stuffed fellin1g. Thle
Pinles have ever 1ieen the friend of
man0 in dr'ivin; -ayv colds. Mor'eovei'
tile pine1- heney lna litiles ar m'cu3'lia1r
13' effetlive inm fighlt ing clild ren's colds1.
Romeinber that a cold( -brokenm at the'
stairt greatly removes tihe possibildty
01' com plent ions. 25e.
Not ice to ('relior's.
All ipersons hlaving -lalms against
the estate of L. S. 1M .ray will please
pre'senlt them to I fe ndersigned or to
Stimpison, Cooper d# Blahh, Attorneys.
All lperson1s indeh ed to said estate are
r'eomest ed to ma'ke paymnt, I
9-st * W. TI. DVRDI.
LATEi IETUtNS PROVE
P I'R TION VICTORY
(Continued from l'age One).
1llm)ton......... 520 201
llory . 736 01')
* 129 :30
Kershaw- . 511 252
in aster -- . . .1i19 22:1
.anuretns - - .1.122 :178
e . .1:17 2:',0
*ILox lngton ... .. 396 576
Marion ... .552 it
8arlboro . 28 39
NewberrY .1179 397
Oconce - .1108 162
Orangebu rg.....-1-10: - 197
liel:ens . 575 213
Richiland ........1237 79:
lhida .. ..........797 136
Spatabug . . :lso 109Gg
*Union.. .... ..1281 '127
*Williamsiig .. .. s) IS
'Total .. ......5. 17 15,0:!
Tolin n'ow has dispenvary.
To Sell 3i les in Florence.
Mr. 1). II. Counts, the well-known
ek d-aler, hi as leoided to open a
place of bu1siness in Florene fr
whieh !len he will leave Vy si.ort
ly. Vesterday be left for St. ,oii1s
\h.ewre h goes to pu cllhas(e a large
drove of ulles for his Florence 'btsi
ness. Alr. (out iis ha,1s beeni in the
sales business In Lau rens for a quar
ter of a century and during that ti me
has made nmnny friends by his admira
bWe busiless iltegrity. EAveryonie will
be glad to know that lie has not de
ci(led to make Florence his permanent
home and that his famly will remain
You(au ~ -
Drug Store /
Mr. Robert I. Norris, No. 1333 Hen
ry St., North Berkeley, Cal., writes:
"We have never had any other medi
cine but Peruna in our home since we
have been married. I suffered with
kidney and bladder trouble, but two
months treatment with Peruna made
me a well and strong man. My wife
felt weak and was easily tired and
was also troubled with various pains,
but since she took Peruna she is well
* * (* * * I'O* (* * . . . .* ;";
In the past year, the Sullivan town
ship cottIon gillners had such bad lick
there was not a single gin running
withill the township. Soon as the
power colipanby started up their elee
tric plant, the~ farmers comnmenCedl to
solicit them to put in a Cotton gin
ning c ''t. Now at the continlued
solicita. in of the farmers, thed power'
comlpany has yielded to their wishes.
Thelly have 4t started up Ihree 70
saw~ gins at Tuminbling Shoalis. They
are running as smloothi as an (old
clock, cleans the seedl nicely, makes
a most excel lent lint, and gives everyv
mtan alil of his cotton seed. Ini fact
the gills are dloing as good work as
the old time water' gin. .\ilton A.
Sullivan, a (Georgia TJechi. studenit,
pIlalced the machinery anid did( a fine
hiave finished1 til their part ofi the gin
work and it is left w ith (lie farmners
to eXItend themi a liberal patronage.
WXm. D. S.
A Med iine (Chest fo e
In this chest you havt e an excelrt
remet dy for~ T1oot hache - Itruises,
S ra ins, St.ifIf Nc'ck1I lir: lhe, NeuraPl
gou, Idheumlatisml ahd( r6l most emiei.
gnienic. One 25e boklt of 8:nan's 1 ini
Iimentt dloes It a ll-, is beneatM these
allmnents arc symlptomsl, not dlirenses.
and~ arze cauised by conge.r.i on and ill
ilammtat Ion. If you dolthi,. ask t hose
whot~ use Sloan's l,inimenlt., or beiLia
The Practice o ci n
kicking, liike charb1y. .. uj I bogin
a? home. It ought to be the( duty13 of
everybody at h11nw lo < hbj (t, pe(r
51ittenlltly' an d eff''et vely3, to th le iipe
ce(lovererowded 5 teet nc r, thle biadIly
IP Ied riarl. the eniemorchitg doorstep,
the neg lec ted ya rd, th e tmah o'rous
CEA.sliooi, tho Irriesponib~ ~Cle tor car
un-1 the reckleiss tail :c!-especially
if he have aniy lercom:n l part ini thle
3tl.nltcniance of silmIlair abtatSs. If the
ler -.lency tf thi(: mvil w ri lightly
a~pj/i(hiendeld, if a .:1irt onlyv of the ef
tor,ti h is expenide~d, pr sainabhly,- in
(bjting' so e e alb id, othn anddlSp
dlik Ofl'nd.1 tagble(det:. ils, iif we would
fuoreto thel Cemo(tionl Iil~~easure of lie
Imnpericon 'altuc riI .l:" Io anail the~
evt.il at10u very fet esp-cUICially if
offe':rso in matteris oIf the EaineC kind
our (-ountry woiu.ld surely be a mu~lch
fall r onie.-The T'iInn'ar nlevleam
NEW PATTERNS IN THE
siver plate . J
was an experi. If - j
ment, but the test --
of time has proved
the value of the dis
covery made by Rogers Bros. The
quality of this first and genuine electroc'
silver plate is still to be found in the
847 ROGERS BROSA . 1
"Silver Plate that Wears"
The characteristic beauty of this ware i3
well illustrated in the "Old Colony" and C omenC
"Cromwell" patterns, whicl preserve the
charm and simplicity of car y desig gbut
are rich and refined in the firI sh thatmodem
Like all L?47 ROGERS BROS. silverware, they .-_
are made in the heaviest grade of silver
plate, and arc backed by the largest
makers with an unqualified guarantee
made possible by an actual test of over
We are prepard J to supply the various
articles in these patterns, as well as other
- designs in this well-known brand.
Call and let us show you our new fall stock, you
will be pleased with our prices
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
Another Week of
A close inspection of
these prices will show you
how to save money on
your Grocery Bill.
Flour $5.75, $6.00 and $6.25
25 lbs. sack Sugar $1.50
10 lb. Bucket Snowdrift lard 1.00
10 lbs. Green Coffee 1.00
6 lbs. Best parched Coffee 1.00
10 lbs. Swift's Silver Leaf pure lard 1.25
Sweet Potatoes, per peck .
Armour's Star Hams, ize to 10 .19
We carry a complete line of Z
Fancy Groceries and invite you to
call and get our special prices on
Prices are cash but we furnish Cou
pon Books from $1.00 to $20.00.
Cash Grocery Store
W. Moore Dial, Prop.