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b Local and Personal Ieutlon. 8
Mr. P. D. Iluff spent several days
last week in Columbia.
Mr. W. S.- Mcrady, of Lancaster,
was in the city Monday on business.
Mrs. M. L. Ilays who has been sick
for several weeks is gradually improv
Mr. J. W. Payne has gone to New
York on his regular trip for August
Miss Francis Nickelson, of Union, is
the guest of her friend, Mrs. F. II.
Mr. J. I. Smith and family, of Kin
ards, were in the city for a while yes
Mrs. Milton Crumb, of Orangeburg,
is the guest of her cousin, Miss Ie
Mr. Henry Yeargin, of Wilmington,
N. C., came home Saturday to stay for
a few days.
Miss Lillie Miller has returned from
Rock Hill, where she has been visit
Mr. J. W. Todd, Sr., has returned to
Montreat after spending several days
in the city.
Miss Ethel Edwards, of Fountain
Inn, is visiting at the home of Mrs. S.
Mr. Alfred Barksdale, of Greenville,
was hero from Saturday until Monday
Miss Lula Dial is in 'Chester visiting
friends and is expected to return in
a few days.
Mr. W. O. Ward, of The Advertiser
force, spent Sunday in Greenwood
Mr. Herbert Langford, of Columbia,
was in the city Sunday and Monday
for a brief visit,
Messrs A. F. and Eugene Mitchell,
of Mountville, were in the city on
Misses Gladys and Lois Reece, of
Anderson, spent last Thursday with
Miss hililan lopkins.
Mr. IHomer Blackwell spent. the day
last Friday in Newberry where he wis
out among his friends.
Miss Marguerite Tolbert has return
ed home after a 'pleasant visit to
friends at Liherty 11111.
Misses .\nnie and \'ivian luff went
to Greenville yesterday to spend a
week or two visiting relatives.
Mr. and lrs. IIugh S'anford, of
('hattanooga, Tlnn., are the guests
of Mr, and \lrs. E. P. Minter.
irs. E. II. \'likes left., Monday for
Daltim'ore where she will be for sev
eral weeks visiting relatives.
Mr. Fred Nelson, of Charleston ar
Vt', In the city Friday afternoon to
sliend a few days with elatives.
Mrs. .Jamceus W. Powell and .lames,
Jr., arrived in the city yesterday to
visit Mr. and Mrs. A. Dial Gray.
Mr. Wilm1)t Smith, of Ware Shoals,
is spendiang the week in the city as the
guest of .\ir. and M's. .1. 1H. 'llis.
Mr. Oi.; fluff left the city Monday
morning to spend --''erdl (hbys at
lircvard :i i Black .\iountttain, N. C.
Mirs. J1. i. Pitis, of Foiuntain linn, ar'
r'ivedl in the ('ity3 laist week to spiend
several days hereii. visiting rel at ives.
Mrs. L,. G. IHalle anid L. d.,. Jr., hav'e
i'etiurined frn Newhleriry, where they
hiave been ii;nin g sever'iai weeks.
Mr's. I.. I'. .\ e( owan and daughttet',
Iltosa, wet, to G reetnv~ill e Satur iday to
SPendi several day53s visiting rela tives.
Mliss .laithia lFraiiks wvent to Siiar
tanhiirg yester'day' to siulnd a whiile
visiting lieri eousin, Miss A\lleenne I ox.
Misses liuthI anzd Nell Payne left the
city3 M onday for W~ash Ingt on, I altIi
mlore anld othler ilcties otn a northlertn
Miss Lila IIart Ia vIsitinug hietr miothI
er' on East Main street. She has just
returnledi ftroim Winthirop summeir
Miss Carolyn Fleming return red hiomie
Monday afternoon fromi Gaffney whieire
she has been fot' the past week vIsiting
Messrs IL. E. and M. I". Medlock, of
Gray Courit, spent a few days in At
lanta last week, making the trip In
Miss Nanceo Owens, of Clinton, ar'
rivedl in the city Monday to spend a
week visiting her friend, Miss Kathet'
Mr. James Watkinis, of ColumbIa and
who formerly lived here, stoppledl ever
in the city yesterday on his way to
Mr. Frank Crisp, of .Jacksonville,
Fla., spent several days in the city
last week with hIs parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 13. C. CrIsp.
Mr. IL. E. Kerr left Snturday for
New Dedfor'd, Mass., where lhe wIll
spend several weeks with Mrs. etrr
and the childven.
Mr. Frank Ihenderson, of Conway,
spent last Thursday and Friday ln
the city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jas. W. Henderson.
Messrs James Todd and (lover
Riehecy loft last Thursday In an au
tomobile to spend several days at Ash
Ville and other mountain resorts.
Miss Louisa Ilomar, of Marion, Ala.,
who has 'been the guest of Mr. and
Mrs.. Lainar Smith, left Monday for
Landtrum where she will visit rola
Mr. Clarence Nelson, after being at
home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I'.
F'. Nelson, has returned to Danville,
Va., where he has been located for
Mr. John Gilkerson, who has been
located at Raleigh, N. C., for the past
several months is at home for a brief
vacation witlh his parents, Hir. and
Mirs. W. 11. Gilkerson.
,Nlr. and Alits. stan Little and their
daughter, MIrs. It. 1I, MeDonald, ar
rived inl the city yesterday to take up
their residence here again where 1r.
C. K. Itay recently dwelt.
Mrts. WV. 11. Garrett and grand
daughters, Miisses Anna, Pauline and
Wilma Prentiss left the. city last
Thursday and spent several days in
Newberry visiting relatives,
Mrs. W. A. Medlock, together with
Messrs H. W. and F. 1E. and Miss
Pearle Medlock, all of Atlanta, are
spending several (lays with Mir. and
M1rs. W. F. ledlock near Gray Court.
Miss Leila Thompson, of Spartan
burg, is visiting Mrs. Cora C. Lucas.
Miss Thompson is pleasantly remem
hered by many who knew her while
she was teaching music here last
Mrs. J. . T. Montgomery and her
daughters, Misses Sarah and Louisa
after spending about a week in the
city as the guests of Nir. and Mrs. .l.
L. Smith have returned to their home
M1r. and Mrs. A. E. Brown, of Barn
well, and Mr. P. Finley lenderson, of
Aiken, spent Sunday night in the city
at the home of Mrs. W: 11. Martin
while on their return from Asheville
and f lendersonville.
Mirs. Joe Finney, of Clinton, and
her visitors, Miss Rluth Harris, of
Spartanburg, and Miss Dixle Lambert,
of Virginia, spent last Thursday in the
city with Ms. F'inney's parents, Mir
and Mrs. 'T'. D. Lake.
.r. ''. II. Nelson, who is now living
at IElowah, Tenn., where he holds a
responsible position in the railroad of
lice, has been] visiting at his old home
at Waterloo and came up to labtrens
Wednesday to look after business mat
After a trip to the Atlanta conven
tion of C. 1;., M1iss lRebecca Clark hiV;
returned home. She stopped in the
mountains of north Georgia to attend
a house party, given by I.liss u th
Poole. A dance, several parties, atul
auto trips were given in honor of the
Rtev. C. F-. itankcin, who was pre
Vented frotm tilling his regular ap
p0111t u11( nd. 1111ay a week ago on ac
nunt of the niounnlain floods, preach
ed here this past Sunday ands will
lea've again today for MonIreat to
ie away for his Atiigiist vacation.
Niisa ISnmiia )ial returned last week
from le nliversity of Virginia where
she was among th sixty-tive other
South- Carolinians who were taking
the sumler cou's0s'. Sou th 'arolina
was next. to the highest state in regard
to the number of repuresentalives.
1:N ItO1,13il 'P1-. N 1 t I:. 1s -: .
W1 i be in the Nellubhooo o -1,600
Nalii(m oin Lares11y11011 l t ti .
Indlmi(al-ionls ;tre that the Lauireins
e.ounlty' clubi rolls will (onitai 11in thew
neiglhorhlood of -1600 nlamle when
all the (cIlbs ha Ve rep'lortedi. WithI
tive morue pinets('1 yet (o hieari fioma
Iiv mc iiiss ing lreelnets( arie (! expeted to
haveabou 6) names. TIhuey ale
CoksSo, llenno, ('ross liiil, Waluoe
and~ l)aniels Stole. 'lThe ipreciniets
whiilihi have rep'iort ed and thle numb1 ler'
(of nameis enriiolled are' as follows:
laurens Cot1ton ..... 221
Watts Mlill ..i'. -.. .... 310
Ora .. . .. . .. . .. . .. 5
Thompson Stor'e .. .... .... 92
Stewai'ts Store .... .. .. .... 65
AMt. Pleasant .. .. .. .. .. .. 6-1
Waterloo .. .. .. ...... .... 72
Ihickory Tavern .,. . .. 17(1
Lanford .. .... .. ....,.... 77
Gray .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. 58
Gray Court .. .. ...~... .... 201
Clinton Mill ... .... . . 211
Lydia Mill .~.....,.. .. .... 81
Tip Totp .. ...... .. ..,.... 5t
Pr'ineeton .. .. .. ...... .. 7
bangston .. .. .. ...... .... 82
Pleasant Mound .. .... .... 73
hhoopewell .. .. ......'.. .... 65
Ourie for ('holera Morbums.
"When our little boy, now seven)
years' 0o(d, was a baby lie was cured of
eholera moirbus b~y Chiambei'lain's
Colic, Choler'a and Diarrhoea Rtemedy,"
writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons', F'air
h aven, N. Y. "Since then other mem
bers of my family have used this val
ualie medicine for colic aiid bowvel
troubles with good satisfaction and I
gladly endorse it as a remedy of ex..
ceptional merit." Obtainable everyt
*.,* . SOCIETY ,., .
" "55. " *'""5 4 " "" "" "" I
Mr. and irs. Joseph lthett Reid
announce the engagement of their
\1r. .\ndrew Ilurnette Mathis
The wedding to be solemnized in
tliss lReid has spent the past six
years away from lAurens practically,
but many old friends will be interested
in her engagement.
Mr. Mlathis is originally from Cain
(lel but at present is engaged in busi
ness in Charlotte, N. C.
Mrs. Jno. V. 'Catheart gave a lovely
reception for her niece, Aliss hess
Shell, of Laurens, on Tuesday after
noon. The hospitable home was bright
for the occasion with a profusion of
the season's choicest flowers. The
hostess, with her sister, Mrs. Martin,
and the honoree, received the guests,
two score or more. The afternoon was
most delightfully spent in merry in
tercourse. Punch and delicious re
freshments were served by a bevy of
girls.-Winnsboro News and IHerald.
Notlee to ('anlidates.
Notice is called to the fact that it
is quite necessary for all candidates,
for county offlces and those for the
Magistricles of the several townships
as well, to file their pledges on or be
fore Saturday, next, August 5th.-one
to be filed with the county chairman
and one with the clerk of court. It
is also necessary that the pledge fees
be paid on or before the aforesaid
date. Those falling to comply with
these regulations, their names will be
omitted froi the balloting tickets and
their votes thrown aside. The cam
paign beginning next week will be:
'Ftesday night --('linton Mill.
\ednesday night --Lydia .\ili.
Thursday night - -Moidv iie.
i'riday- (ross 11111.
( Ouiin bg a wvevk).
.\omlayv. .\w _. 21st 'lature ns.
.ilonday snight- Laurens .\fill.
\Weudneday 1Tu:~blin:ig Shoals.
Thursulday l) aIa.
-'riday \a;:aire .ge.
l''riI: night -\\'atts .\lill.
W E ANNil: (1-'T|-'N .\Si1.:1)
what is the best IeZ'lnla itemedy. We
Et'"1i:l.1 I lE.il)Y
as the surest, aitd most satistaaolry.
Sold only by us. -e ant .$1.u.
l''ureka IDrug Co., Lairllens and Watts
Th rgua anul tckhuies
inlinI g oft the( l'iuile~s uttia & Ex
VIhantge' lhink will be belt inl t
lmnkih bidinl g at II a. ml., .\hlgust 22.
(9'. W. 'Tune,
.\lr. Ieurty l'rie, olfite (ra secion1)1,
hais (one forwardi with strlong (laimis
Pice~ brou~ghtl a meilonl of that varie'ty
to the (ity last week that was 12 inichi
es1 ill Circumf1 taeene and1( weighedi 211
1Com1pany13. houighlt it fromt .\1r. IPrIce,
ipay'ing tile sum11 otf tlfty ('ents for it,
(expecting to) miake a big haitI selling
the Sed. Whieni it wats (it, muitch to
his surpriise anid chagrin, it was fouind
hat tile bIg me1010n hadl no0 more seedl
than a smhail 0110 does, thioughi they
were conisierably larger'. Thle meiat
was solid( and of excellent flavor.
W.tSfilNOTON, II. ('. .\ND) ItETrIlIN
A~ ugust 1t6, 1916, $I2.A ia ('. & II.
('. Ity., Splartanburg and Southern ity.
VMI on .11. ,1. Sitmpsoni, Tiehtet Agfent,
I1,aurenls, orl I nelte E rnest Willamts,
General Passeniger Agt. 2-Stt
City Police Seize Booze.
The Advertiser neglected to state, in
its account of the whiiskey 1)ou1rinig
which took place at the sherliff's of
flee several weueks ago, hlat. a part. of
the whliskey had been turnmed over' to
the sheriY by thle city authorities. The
city po01lice have fuilte a (0olletion on
hand now waiting to be turned over' to
the sheriff. It cannot be turned over'
to himn as soon as seized, but has to
b)e kept, for at least thirty dlays. Upi
unltil .1 uly I, Chief Crews had reported
8 1-2 gallons seized1 by the police force.
A D~octor's Itemtedy for ('outghs.
As a cure for coutghs and colds Dr1.
hell's Pine-Tar-h loney comiblines these
remedies in just the right proportion
to do the muost good for summer coughs
or cold.4. A trial will prove the value
of this splendid cough medicine. Dr.
Bell's PIne-Tar-Honey soothes the irri
tation, stops your cough, kills the cold
germs and does you a world of good. A
25c bottle wIll more than convince you
--it will stop your cough. At drug
Preserves Food--Saves Ice
Heavy Solid Ends.Mn
Pure Baked White
TF lest Material.
f I Beautiful Finish
Dot D y By Nand Best
The Prices We Offer Will Save You Money
all under Goos Line
.~ to .5 Sum m e ar - S Ods O~n $e.0 Pan ' h a s-r3
Voileswatrape., to close....yd.---y..--.-..--. ... 9
Saturday Ngt A., t
25c to 35c Summer Dress G9$ 8 Bath Towels - - 99c
Voiles, Stripes, to close, - 194 yd 3 large Dat~h Towels - 99c
15 ets Muslins, to close : 1c~ yd Ladies $4.00 Slippers - $2.99
10c Gingham, - - 8e yd $5.00 Fancy Skirts - $3.49
One lot 10 ets. Bleaching - 8c yd $6.50 Skirts - - $4.49
A few 86.00 to $10.00 Pattern Eilwin Clapp Oxfords - $4.99
Hats, - - - 2.99 One lot $1.00 to $1.25 Shirts 79o
$8.50 Ladies Palm Beach Sport Skirts - 44c and 69c
Suits, - - - 4.99 A few size in Ladies Slippers sizes
Men's $2.00 Straw Hats - 99c 2 to 3%~ to close - - 99c
Remember None of These Prices Good
After Saturday. Be Quick!
Minter C ompany
Laurens. -m - S. Carolna.