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Mr. John Wright, of Spartanburg,
spent Sunday here with relatives.
Hiss Annie Mae Bryant, of Green
ville, is visiting Mrs. INrnest Machen.
Mr. Earle Outz went to Kirksey last
week to visit relatives.
Mr. W. C. Mitchell and son, Eugene,
were visitors in the icty yesterday.
Miss \Villis, of Saluda, N. C., is visit
ing Mrs. G. R. Workman.
Mr. Herbert Langford, of Columbia,
Wvas a visitor in the city Sunday.
Mrs. Dudley Toung, of Gaffney, is
visiting Mrs. Young on North harper
Hon. Coke Turner, iEsq., of the
Greenville bar, cane down Tuesday on
Mr. Chas. Hicks has returned to the
city from Arkansas, having come back
to welcome a young lady at his house.
Mr. Martin de Labar, of Sedalia,
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mlrs.
Minter and .\r. and Mrs. N. 13. Dial.
Mrs. William Gelder has returned
to New York after a stay of some time
with Mr. and Mrs. 1. P. Minter.
Mrs. J. M. lice and little son, .1. 'M.,
.1r., of Charlotte, are guests of her
mother, .\irs. Ella Riddle.
Masters Fuller Goodman and David
lu rnside, of Ilarris Springs, are kuests
of their aunt, Miss Cleo Walker.
Misses Pauline and Wilma Prentice,
of Greenville, are visiting their grand
mother, Mrs. W. 11. Garrett.
Miss Myra Pant, of Walhalla, who
has been visiting Miss Marie Philpot,
returned home .\Monday morning.
Mrs. M. G. Williams, of Birmingham,
is visiting her parents, Mtr. and Mrs.
N. 13. Dial.
Miss T. Craig Hlunter, of Ora, spent
a few days in the city last week visit
ing her uncle, Mr. iainp Hunter.
Miss Marguerite Perrin, of Abbeville,
is the guest of her college friend, Miss
Miss Margaret Perrin has returned
to her home in Abbeville after a visit
of several days to Miss Birueie Ow
Mliss Charlolte Owings and I'. Wil
llam Owings, of Washington, are visit
ing the famiily of .\1r. and Mrs. .1. :.
Miss Cleo Walker, Mrs. \'augi .\111
Ie: and her daughte'r, little Frankie It.,
spout the wleek-end with a reiative at
I iarris S iin ugs.
Miss Hitli 'inson, of Greenwood,
whio 'a lipt' 1111 to atleta t h l Iant ilton
Corbett wedding has returned to her
Mr. Joe Fowler Park, of Greenwood,
and Mr. Iarry IEdwar(s, of l"ountain
im, are viarieig at the hoie of ltis.
S. I). Childress.
M1r. Hiugh liectelberger went to Co
lumbia Monday to spend a while at
('aiup .\loore with the boys of t'om
\r. Iteulein (lardy, who has been
here on a week's visit. with relatives,
left Monday for .acksonville, Fla.,
where he is now located.
.iiss lietty firiown, of Laincaster', and
Miss8 Elia ('rawford ieathi, of Wlnns
boro, areo visit inzg .\i. iinrd .\rs. t. I".
.\ilri. .\I. . .ni e oh Q.' ent1 Situnday ini
(olituibiat withi his soni, W. ii. .\anliey,
whoii is in the Floren(ce ('omlpaniy oft the
.\lv'. l'ugen0 ilirntt hI whoil lauieht
schiiool ini F'loida last sessioni, Is liere
and( .\lts. .ino. I". H oll w ho ar ireshl(1 ig
at .\( 'oil, iA hiere vlsiting heri sliter,
.r.(illlie Siiureh, an industrtiouts
young fa rmer of thle H]ickorty 'Taverun
section., was in thie ('ity yesterday. An
cord(intg to i'. Smnelu thle cr'ops aie
v'ery good~ in hIs coimmnunity.
M\essi's L. 13. Blackwell 'andl N, H.
W'ilkes and( Milsses Blettie Br'amlett and
Rtebecca Clarke will attend the All
Sothiern Christ Ian Endeavor conven
in Atlatita the iatter' Part of this week.
Milsses lRobin and11( Eilyabeth Lock
iidge, of Atlanta, (Ga., w'ho spent last
week at Shelby, N. C'., have retui'ned
to Laurtiens andi ai'e agaIn the guests of
.Mrs. W. D. Fer'guson.
Mir. Lldand~ Fr'ierson, his iittie son,
and .\i'. and Mi's. M\oaton Vriei'son, of
.Jacksoiiville, Via., wvere hero several
days last week vIs~Itng .\ir. and Mi's.
P'. A. Simplson.
Nilrs. H. IL. Trliiim('i a nd grand
d1augh1tei' Miss JLue- et a 'Trzimmner, who
'Wive bein the guests of ir's. 'T. L.
T""immiermnan, have ret iurned to thou'
first of Sdpitember'.
.\lrns. I, G.0.ltuickmian and children,
.i Alsses lb, l'aulhno, Franels ani
r'elat ives hore for somie tine, have re0
[Iurnedi to the ir ihome lit Sttatoni, Wa.
.\lr. D. ; Harnett and fatmily, who(
have bieett living ait Car'h's Deopot for
several y l's, have r'etti'rned to Lau
r'ens to mn ke their home, wher'e they
are recivf g a w'arm welcome from
their fri oh.
Mi's. W I. Miley and c:hiidrent of
Hampiton/ ~ e visiting Dr. antd Mk2
- R. Walk oai rs. Mliley Is pleasantly
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Oin Saturday afternoon Miss Ger
Irude Iauilton nd Mr. Iiayne ('or
bett were (Inletly married at the hone
of the olisciating minister, Rev. .1. A.
BIrock of Laurens. Teio ceremony
was witnessed by a few of the nearest
relatives and closest friend of the
bride and groom. 'Tlhe bride who is
lovely at. all times, was unusually so
on her wedding (lay. ]iler dress was
of white crepe de chine, tritned with
net and with satin ribbon.
After the ceremony, Nir. and .lirs.
Corbett, Mr. and Mrs. Preston W'i'
lHlms, frather and sister of tne bride,
and Miss Ruth Pinson of Greenwood
motored to the home of the bride's
father, Mr. John Hamilton. Here
friends and relatives had gathered to
wish the young coullde all possible
happiness and success. The bride,
because of her beatuy, charm and lov
able (ualities, had endeared herself to
a wide circle of friends and relatives.
The groom is a prosperous andci popu
lar young farmer of the aisbon sec
tion. The many friends of both par
ties extend to them their best wishes.
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UNION MEETING. *
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The union of the Fourth Division of
Laurens Baptist association will meet
with Holly Grove church, Saturday,
July 29th, 1916. The program which
follows is a progressive one, including
three important doctrines in the
Christian life, Salvation, growth and
service, and every church is urged to
be represented anti help to lake the
meeting at profitable one.
10:00-S.'ermon by Rev. E. M. Light
foot, or Rev. E. A. Fuller.
12: (---Organi zationl. Ilnterniission.
1:30-Salavation through faith in
Christ. John 3:1-18
(1) is sulilclent emphasis placed
upon the need and plain of salva
tion? .1. II. Wharton, .1, C. Miller,
(2) 'l'iTe conditions of salvation and
the hindrances in (omllying With
thetn. S. II. Gog4ans, P". \l.
Lightfoot, 1'. 11. hailey.
(:1) The evidences of saLvalon an d
the presenl I huh'eli le'uirelmnIcs.
W. C. Wharton, 1K. A. P'uller,
TIhomlas li. lir-own.
Sind~ay .\lorninu, .1u1ly :1111h.
10:00--..-ible reading and study. Tfhe
growing ,and ellillent Christhin.
.\ltt. 5:1;. Laed by W. P'. C'ulbert
(I) G!rowt~ h ennanded1. Ileb. G;: 1-::
(2) Prayer for abundant life. I
Thesws. 3: 12-1:1.
(:;) Cond it los and prolnises. IProv.
1 I) Source of the ('llristian's pow
er. .ohn S:15I:.
(5) Spiritual growlil llus t'ated.
\iLark .: 2-29.
(() Growing from grace to grace
anld its results. IIl Peter 1:5-il.
I11:111- -(aLIIId into18 ervice. .\ets 9: I5
( ) Coni11plete sur Irenlder in to God's
service. foom. 12:1-S. TI. Plls
ier, T. A. iiLnch.
(2) RA ir'ifilaI servlice LInld Icro
heain1g. .\lk s : ::-:t5. W.
Whlaritonl, J. ii. Motes, ThomaIIILs ii.
(.1) i"aithlful Servile bings its re
wardI~ of joy. MattI. 25: I -2:. S.
W. P. Cuibertson, Sec.
"I have uCisedl(i~ l ihamerlinI's TabLletsCI
and mlulst say Ithe/, are' tile blet I haveI
ever used50 for conis I Paion1(1 anI lind11iges
t10on anld Ithey did( 11er good''. wr'ites
Eugene S. Knight, Wilmington, N. C".
Ch1ambierlain's Table1ts are mild1( anld
genltie in the01r actionl. (live them a
trial. You Lire cert'ai tol 1b1 illea Ced(
wiith the agr'eeaible laxative effect
whIIeh theoy produlce. Obtainable ev
when Mr'. Miley taulght at the0 Watts
Mr is. W. 11. Powell, wIho was sick for
Severail weeks with typhoid fever, Ia
no0w u11 and able to go riding. Mr.i
Powell arr'ived from Whitevilie, N. 1".,
Friday evenling andl will b~e her'le for'
Mr'. C. Hi. 11011er, who generally takes
anl ouiting iund fishIng expedition to
Wri'ghtsvIlle Bleachl every'3 summer~CI, left
Friday morning for hls annualI~l tr'Ip.
le explects to be away about tell (lays,
\vhein lie Wil llmost prIoba bly return)1
tvith som10 eioy glowinlg accolut of
ihis prowvess ith thge iiook and1( line,
Last Frlday evening Miss WiI 9
Gr'ay's party, 'com~pb'sedl of'Mr's. J1. 11..
Sullivan. Misses Pearhe Clar'dy, Mar
.'*M'ite 'oIolet.andiHelfn Still jvalr: i
Klbler, of Newber'ry: Misses Riebecca
Moore ani d Ila lj ogy g of t
wood; M\iss Eva Shelf, of Gratt(oi:!,
re.jjpg d ifter thlel'Irtwo weeks' tour to
Washington, New Yoik, Nlagara Fails,
* DIALS NEWS.
Dlials, July 1.-'The Fourth passed)
off very quietly here. The majority
of the people scented to be visiting
and entertaining visitors, while ia
simall crowd iotored over to W\'are
Shoals to atInd the "big doings" at
that place. Atong the nuiber were
Messrs Clyde and .\urphy \lalaffey,
1 )avid lBrowilee!, Irnest. Reeves, Alin
brose I older, Nir. and Mrs. Iharl Gray
and Charles McCall.
.\ir. and M rs, I'1unter Curry and son,
GrahaIn, of Salonie Springs, Ark., are
now on i visit to Mr. Sat 'Curry and
other relatives here. ir. Curry's
stay will be short owing to his having
to leave in a few days to fill a singing
engagement, as he is in great. denand
as a singing evangelist. Mrs. Curry
and son, however, will rentain for
sonic title longer.
irs. Snilth Boyd, and little Icleanor,
have returned to their hone in Green
wood, after enjoying a pleasant visit
with Mrs. Ii. Y. Simions.
Mr. and .Mrs. W. S. 3lt and chil
dren, of H ickory Tavern, spent the
Fourth with Mirs. J. 1H. Brownlee and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Curry, Miss Jewell
Curry, and Master Coke, visited rela
hives in Enoree Tuesday.
Miss Clara Campbell was the week
end guest of Miss I,uree Abercrotulie.
Dr. Ferguson, of Laurens, was in
our nmidst Saturday on professional
Mr. Clyde Curry, instructor of Eng
lisp at Vanderbilt University, Nash
ville, Tenn., is spending part of his
vacation with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Curry.
''is comnunnity was Visited on last
Runday evening by a heavy rainfall
which caused considerable daiage to
flelds and growing crops, specially
'IIe children, granldliiidretn, great
; graldchil(iten, and other relatives of
.1. Fraiklin Curry are cordially invit
ed to I)iahs church .1tly I he 27th,
where a Curry reunion will be held.
All are requ'ested to bring well-.illed
Air. N. Z. Nabors of C'olulinbia, Is
staying a while wit I her iother, .\lrs.
I. . rooks, who still ('ontinues ill.
Mirs. itrooks has liiany frienils who arte
Sorry to lcarni that sht' is niot inprotv
ing as fast as Itey would wish.
liss ill Titnnasezi is visit ing i1d
at is iii -oatitain 1nn this week.
.\rs. .\amud e Y i- rgin, .\lts. .101hn
lkaih~y and .\r. \V'rig ht \V'illis luolotretl
up to llenl'rsoinville aill spetit. lt'
day last w<'(-k.
I tl- ' I i e t ime 'n- tiln t I it has beeiin
(lhe custom for, the prlotrattd rivet
ing at this place to conueii('nt'ce tie
e'Coild tlay inl .\uu.1? st. This yeaI',
however. te pastr has digressed
frothn the usual custoin. and the lineet
ing will betginl the fourth :'un1day in
1.h0y. Mlr. l'eeler, of l'acolet, will
have charge of the seir ites
.\lr. and M 's. ila.nkli (;ray and lit
daiy gt('srs of' .\l'. iaviris ('urr'y andt
Airs. .\laiy Il)avisoii and soin, of
Gr'(etnville ',it'e now11 oni a risi t) .\lt's.
I iolk G'ood -l'ee'l Godi.
No one can eithieir feel good 1no1
l ookI goodi wh4'Iile' suffer'iing Iton ii
ISti14at1ion. Gt ritd of that ti red, drtag
gy, liifel'ss feelinug by a I reatmitent of
ii)r. KItig's New l.ih'e l'ills. liuy~ a lox
today, lake one or' to pills lonighit,
itn the iiioring thatt stfitied, tuu fet'!
250 at yourt druggist.
Thei rlar il1 .1 uly st'ssioin of 2out '
of (coni inon I 'leas conv ~ened .\londa~y
Gary presiding Judge. As there wetre
no jury Cases preosented to the coutf,
the enI tre t imle was giveni over' to
equity cases aind at the 'oitetion of
wlehi cout adjourned yesterday hbe
Davis Mineral Spring
Liver and'tidr: ey troubles.
Ask the many customers
who use it and have betcn
relieved by it.
'Delivenes made in Laurens
and' Clinton Tri Week ly.
Tom dav7 Prop.
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T ylersville, July 10 .-Thie pienic in
W\'righCs Pasture was very nuch11( en
joyed. A good crow( was !present and
everyboty reports a good t ine.
Mlr. Niles Clark, of Clinton, spent
Stunday with his Inotler, Mrs. M1. 0.
Mrs. W. 11. Poole and daugh(el's,
Mlary and Luile, of Union, a ilc Mr.
and .airs. W. C. Poole and famIly, of
14titlar, spent 'lThursdaty with \l r. and
AIts. '. P. Poole and famnily.
Mliss Lula Donnan returned honie
Friday after visiting friends and rela
tives in Whitinire and Clinton.
Mr. Joshua C. Poole spent Sunday
The protracted meeting vill begin
at. Langston church 1on Sunday luorn
Ing, July 16.
Misses Grace and Fannie Poole and
\li. W. C. Winters spent July -11it at
Mlrs. Robert D~onnont and da' hters,
of Greenville, visited relatives in this
Colninunity last week.
Mtr. Ralph Prince spent the Fourth
of July with his son at Styx.
Quite a Iuntiibe' of young folks
greatly enjoyed a delightful lawn
party given by the Mlisses Poole last
Friday night. During the evening de
liclous refreshinents were served by
Mrs. J. E. Tinsley, of Cross Anchor,
and Mrs. Furnmani Poole, of this neigh
borhood. All report a jolly good time
and asked that the occasion be repeat
ed again soon.
Misses Grace and Fannie Poole will
leave Wednesday for' Waynesville, N.
C., where they will spend several
weeks with friends. While away they
will visit in Asheville, Hienderson
ville and other places in the muoin
)r. W. A. Alston, of I lagood, S, C.,
was a week-end visitor in the Col
m1unity with friends.
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with roul!ghin1. lIr. King's New i IL
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