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Mr. and Mrs. 10. L. Barksdalo re
turned last week from Asheville,
where they had been for some time.
- Miss Laura Burns, of Anderson, is
visiting ]ter brother, Mr. I.. E0. Burns
and Mrs. Burns.
Miss Stella Martin, of Greenville, is
visiting at the home of Mr. and .lrs.
L. 1. Burns.
Mr. R. I-I. Ienchoff has returned
from the northern markets after pur
chasing his fall supply of goods.
Mr. 1. H. Wilkes and family motored
to Abbeville Sunday afternoon, return
ing Monday morning.
Miss Mattle Brock, of Clinton, is
visiting Mrs. J. C. Boyd on Garlington
Mr. J. Brock Segars, of Oswego,
sient Sunday evening and Monday in
the city with fiends.
Mr. Otis P. Huff returned home Sun
day afternoon after a week's visit at
Mr. Russel Poole, of the Tylersvillo
section, was a business visitor in the
Mrs. Charlie Rounds, of Clinton,
spent Saturday in the city with rela
Misses Lur'y and Iola Mcl'hal left
last week for Anderson wyhere they are
now visiting friends.
Master Jinks Clardy returned Friday
from Spartanburg after a visit to
Mr. Coyle Moore, of Waterloo, was
here in the city with some of his
high school friends on campaign day.
Mr. S. W. Puckett, of Waterloo, was
in the city on business for a while on
Miss Juanita Wilkes returned Mon
(lay from Montreat 3%here she has been
visiting for a few weeks.
Miss Rebecca Lake went to Clinton
last Thursday to spend a while with
her sister, Mrs. Joe Phinney.
Mr. Alfred Ieiiafayetto ilarksdale,
of Greenville, was in the city yester
day attending business matters.
Mr. Ralph Wilson, of the Shiloh see
tion, was a blusiless visitor in the city
Miss Lalla Mae Dial left yesterday
morning for Greenwood where she will
s'pend several days visiting relatives.
Mr. 1'arie llarksdale, of Charlotte, N.
C., spent Saturday and Sunday in the
city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
WmVn. 1). fia rksdale.
Mr. Job Little, of Columbia, Catle
to Laurens Saturday to spend a coi
ple of days with his parents who have
recently returned to the city to reside.
Miss Virginia Sullivan, after spend
ing a week in Augusta as the guest of
Mr. and .\rs. Duncan Sullivan, return
ed to her home last Thursday.
Mrs. E'rnest. Iasterby spent last
Wednesdr:y and Thursday in Green
ville as the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Mr. John WVells Todd left the city
Saturday 111o1ning for Montreat where
he will : pendi several dlays of Ils v'a
Mvlr. Char iles Simpson)01 has ret urined
to the city aftcir Speningil a vaca tion
of severai .weeks with his mother at
l'ortei's Sprting, Ga.
Mirs. Jla mes A. Cannon has i'eturned
to lier hioiie in Atlanta aftei' visiting
her' parents, Mr. and Mrlis. M. 1'0. Mant
Mr i. .lohn MtNiills, of Wasinigton, D).
C., was in thme city Friday among his
friendis wiho are alwayai glad to see
huimi at his home town again.
Mr. Wilson I iarr'is, of Clinton. was
in the city lFriday to attend tihe cam11
paign meeting and at terd other busi
ness as well.
M~essr's llenry and CharlIe Rasor',
hlugh iFuller and W. S. Atchlison, of
Cross 11111, wci'e visitors in the city
TIhui'sday, having come up thr'otgh the
Miss Illelen Miinter' llbo, who has
been visiting hei' cousin, Miss Helen
Jones, for the past two weeks, r'eturn
ed last Thtu'sday morning to hei' home
Misses Pauline and Wilma Pr'entbs,
of Greenville, returned to their home
last Thur'sday, after' a very lieasant
:nonth's visit to theiir grandmother,
Mrs. W. ii. Garrett.
M'.% and Mr's. A. C. Todd and their
daughtor, iiar'irette, left the city last
week for Monti'eat. Mrs. Tiodd and
Ilarriotto will spend Atuguist there but
Mr. Todd will returin after' a few days.
Miirs Alphm Holi and~ her brothler,
WVaren, returned iast. w'eek fr'om a
nonth's visit among r'elaiihes att Silm
ter', Tiimmnonsville, Mai'ion and other
ilacca !n the Iower' part of the state.
Capt. Art hur' lee and rerg't. LAewia
arrived in lie city last iVrbday fromn
Camlp Moore butt receivedl ordes tile
same afternoon to return'1 immediciately
11nd( depart for the border'.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. (Gari'ett and
their two children, of Cross Anchor,
spent Satur'day and Sunday In thle city
as the guests of Mr. and Mi's. Georgo
- Dr. Danizler, who has been upi untIl
agQw connected with the Peoples' Drug
Store, loft the city Monday morning
forhis Iiome at )lloree where liowlil'
- ,' . . ., SOCIETY , ... +
- The Bridge club was entertained by
Miss Lalla Mao Dial on Wednesday
afternoon. Four tables were filled
and after many exciting games an
elaborate salad course was served.
One of the most enjoyable affairs of
the week was the regular entertain
ment of the Fortnightly Social club
given to Its members and their visitors
on Saturday afternoon by Mrs. T. L.
Tiniie"man. The pleasing game of
forty-two was played with much in
terest. An ice course of delicious
cream and cake was served. '1'lTe host
ess was assisted in entertaining her
guests by Mesdames 1C. M. t'rgess,
I. D. Young and G. C. Albright.
One of the most delightful affairs of
the midsummer season was the enter
tainment of the Fortnightly Social club
on Tuesday morning by Mrs. N. 1.
Dial. It was in honor of Mrs. Dial's
guests, Mrs. Janes L. Mintor, of Se
dalia, Mrs. Milton Crum of Clemson
and Mrs. M. G. Williams of Birming
ham. The house was profusely decor
ated with roses, nasturtiums and other
flowers of the season. Upon arrival
of the guests they were ushered into
the dining room where punch was
served by Mesdames 10. P. Minter and
A. C. Todd. Afterwards, they were
invited to the piazza which was at
trv1tive with numerots potted plants.
Tables were arranged for forty-two
and after several, spirited games, re
freshments were served by Misses Re
becca and Laura Emily Dial and
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A charming afternoon party was
that given by Mrs. Cora C. Lucas, on
Wednesday in honor of the following
visitors: Miss Leila G. Thompson, of
Spartanburg, Mrs. .James E. Minter of
Sedidia, Miss Francis iNicholg on of
Union and Mrs. Sims of Chester. The
punch bowl was presided over by a
bevy of fair little maids who also en
tertained the guests during the ho'irs
.hi'h ol!lowed with favorit vieti'ola
n1i1uml'er''. Alter :'ev("-al game1W.; t for
ty-two had been enjoyed an ice course
was served, followed by grapes ar
ranged most artistically in baskets. A
fitting climax to the pleasure of the
occasion was a half iour of piano
music by this gifted hostess.
The (est Laxative,
To keep the bowels regular th.1e best
laxatlve is outdoor exercise. Drink a
full glass of water half an hour before
breakfast and eat an abundance of
fruit and vegetables, also establish ia
regular habit anid be suir'e that your
bowels move once each day. When ia
medicine is needed take .Chamherlain's
Tablets. 'T hey are pleasant to take
and mild and gentle in effect. Obtain
WE AlE OFTEN ASK ED
what, is the best c'zempa lRemedy. We
alway s reconmnend a f''
Let us i'it. up you r i'irchl w'iih
"'Vudor"' Shades. Th'ley keep tile suini
out and1( let. tihe air li-all sIies ini
stock, icIes from.$3.'.'5 up.
S. M. & 10. H. WViLKl'S & CO.
r'emiaina for 50ome tim ni ai'i-oun t of
his fat her's ill healthb.
Messrs 1Hoy Little, D~oc. Swygert,
10r'skine Tloddi and .Jack McCravy left
the city Saturiday afternoon to spend
Sunday in Columbia with the "'boys"
before theli' departure for' the Mexieant
Mr. J. C. Hiender'son, of Gr'eenville,
spent Sunday in the city with his par'
cnts, Mr. and Mirs. Jan. W. Hlender'son.
Mr. A. G. hiart, 10sq., of thie Green
ville Bar'. spent Sunday in the city
with his mothe11r and sisters.
Mr. R. H. Greneker, of Newberry, is
sp~ending his vacation ini the county
with Mr. W. F. Wright aind other rela
tives. Mr. Grenoker' has numerous
friends in Laurens who ar'e always
glad to see him, Hie Is now connected
with The Newberr'y Observer.
Mr. and Mi's. T. M. Taylor, of Co.
luambia, ar'e visit'ng r'elat ives in 1.1
city. Fr'omn here they will go to
Princeton to risit Mm'. Tlaylor's par
The Advertiser' omitted to state last
A'eek that "Grandpa" Wright had r
lirnedl fromi Pineview, N. C., afiteri a
pleasant visit to his daughter, Mr's. TI.
N. Holmes and Mr'. Hiolmes.
Miss Minnie Wallace, who hiolds a
responlslb' C position with the South ~
rni Hll ITelehone comIpanly in Al
lanita, is 5penidingi her. vacntion in the
c:ity with relatives.
Mm'. J. 10. Minter, of Sedalia, camie
over Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. i'.
P. Miniter. lie and his wife, who has
been hereo several weeks' \ndtuiined
home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Taylor, of Sela
hla, are visiting relatives in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Thiomason have
returned ti tho city ?'m the tuountains
of Noith Carolin~a.
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Cross 11111, Aug. 7.-The School 1m
provenlet Association will give a bar
becue next Friday on the occasion of
the county campaign meeting, 1ivery
body is Invited to patronize this splen
did feast and hli) on a good cause.
The committees in charge of the work
are planning to give the best dinner
possible and at a reasonable rate. This
:Means full value for the amiount
A series of revival meetings was
conducted at the Baptist church last
week by the pastor, Rev. UI. G. Lee.
The Gospel was preached with much
power and effect and the large con
gregations in attendance were deeply
interested. Many expressions of con
Iendation iand pleasure were heard for
(lie preacher and the services. Mr.
Henry 1ilford of the Long Branch
sectionot A nderson county, an evan
gelistic singer, led the song service
which added much to the inspiration
and interest of the meetings. Mr. Mil
ford is a warm-hearted Christian man
as well as a good Gospel singer and
his assistance was of much value. Sev
cial additions were made to the
chiuirch membership during the week
as one result of the meetings.
The body of M. L. Bullock was
brought here for burial last Tuesday.
The buial ceremonies were held at
Liberty Springs and were conducted by
Rev. R. G. Lee. Mr. Bullock was once
a citizen of this place and was held
in high esteem by the older people
who knew him.
Dr. and Mrs. Whitesides of Maiden,
N. 'C., returned to their home Friday
after apending nearly two months
pleasantly with relatives here.
As ain indication of the Irish potato
crop in this section this spring and
summer, a lady told us recently that
she gathered seven potatoes from her
garden during the year.
Mirs. Dr. G. F. Klugh had the pleas
ure of a few days' visit last week
from her mother, .\Mrs. Alami Spratt,
and her aunt, irs. Evic Spratt of
iliss Collier of \Williainston, is visit
ing her triend, MlIss Florlde lludd.
Capt. .lee Ibigon of Greenwood who
is spending awhile with his nephew,
!Mr. Ton 'arter, has b'en right feeble
for several weeks.
Miss Nell 1lilt is visiting her rc la
I lives at Ninety Six.
A\ niunber' of our sportsmen will
leave tolnorrow for Lunes, S. C., to
spend a few (lays hunting.
*ROCK H3RIDGE NEWNS,
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Rock Bridge, Aug. 7.--.\lr. and .\Mrs.
Frank iRobinson, of Charlotte, N. C.,
visited Mr. J. D. M. Young and family
\lisses Emily and Mlartha Phillips
and Colette Urillin, of Clinton, visited
.\liss Emily Davis last week.
.laeton, I tie visiting .Alr. anit .\lris.
Jiohni C. i '.is t his week.
.\li'. IHob W\orkmni is ISluite sick ilt
this wr itinag, is at thie home11 of
ini .\l Oilntv ille yesteriday.
Seeral froml tis commliltinity attend
('It sericcs at lb lrri'a nei Sunlay.
.Alrs. it. C. Diavis visitedl in Clinton
i. Guss Illipp visited his dauighitei',
AlrIs. Lee' lluniter, one (lay last week.
Mi'. James Chandler has a fine water'-.
melon patch, sonme of (lie melons
weighing between fifty and slxt~v
('ard of Thnks.
We wish to thank the many fr'iends
who were so kindl to us In our' recnt
itsfor'tunle anid to thank thleml for thir I
valuable lielp and( symulpathietic inter'
* TYLERSVILL~E NEWlS. *
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T1ylrsville, Aug. 7.-Rev. J. K. 110l
man, of lMuor'ee, filled his reguilar' av
pointment at Sandy Spr'ings Sunday.
Mlisses Griiace and Fannie Poole have
rL. .ned hoime fr'om Waynesville, N.
C., were1 they have beeni visiting for
MIr. Niles . ~.:'k, of Clinton, spent
Sundiay and .i.... y whIh relatives
.Aiisses Fannie anid \Iattie hlobo
Poole spenlt Thursday . th Mi's. .
0. Clark anid family.
AMr. and1( Ml's. F. L,. Cooper anad fam..i
ily spent Siundaiy with IirAl . .\lattle
Clark anud famIly.
Dri. WV. A. Alston, of I lagood, S. .
Silent the wveek-end~ wiith Iir . and1( Mirs.
T1. P. Poole and fuamihy.
QuIte a numIber' of you atl foks froml
hiere atltended services at ILanfordl Sia
tlon last Thurisday night.
Mrs. Mlary Janie Cooper, from ntear
Cross Anchor, has beeun visiting i'ela
tivos in t hia nnigrbohonn.
TRAXLER WANTS TO
KNOW IF BLEASE
MEN LIKE QUITTERS
Suppose you h1a( a very close Iter
sonal friend. Suppose you had stood
by hiin through thick and thin, go
ing out of your way to do him
favors. Suppose you two were walk
Iug down the street one1 day and inet
two big, beefy fellows who announced
their intention of giving you a good
licking. Atid suppose yo titned to
your friend and said: "Old man, here
is where I have need of you. You
have always Clained to be my friend.
Now is your chance to make good. Lend
aie a 1nd and we will lick these two
fellows.' And suppose youir friend
shoild replly: "I would be glad to
help you under any other conditions
but I believe I can mnake more profit
by staying out of this light. If you
can't lick these two fellows by your
seltf, you'll Just have to take a beating.''
\\lat yo1Id youtt tink of that sort
of friend? \\'ould you call it cold feet?
Or would you feel tempted to think
that he had sold ot ? Whatever yott
might thinik abomut it, would you lave
much use for tkaat friend thereti fler?
iotnest, now, wJIaLt (o you thipk of a
(titer who wjtltd turn you down ill
the hope of mut ing a pro for hint
Now conlsi(te' the ca.', of Saut Nich
o1ls, candidat for c gress. lie had
at ways been IVInI let man. According
to his own t'sti ony, his people re
g'ette( the fitti liht Sam was ott that
-side of the fence, but his heart was
there apparently, and Sam remained
loyal to llease. lilease did hit fav
ors, and San helped lilease in his cat
Then Sam ran for Congress. lie
managed to get into the second race,
but. he had sense enough to realize
that he couldn't be nominated without
the supt.rt of anti-lilease inet.
Then the Spartanburg papiers, or at
least one of them, came Gut in sup
port of Satn.
('harles 0. 1learon, editor of the
Sar'tatnlurg I erald, is an honest mat.
Wlt'tlever his sentiments ttay te in
re'.-trd to the congr'essional rare he
Sit aks out the truth and lets the 'ree
or(! Sland . its own feet. IIere is atn
extract fro..i a letter of his:
"I predicted t hat I lease wouhld Ie
runnin:; against 7ov." .\annring; this
summer and that We woutild! have himt
iNicholl' sutpporting lIdeane, and thle
wlIole old row to go over again. lie
toltl tme that hie believed lilease htad
l'ocen sutt!.eienttly honored by, b ins -.,"v.
(.rnor for I wo termns. andI that shoul
he rtn aainst .\lantiitg Ie ioulhi nio
t'::sau .old his biribrig t t' o: a ; .
of l ot tage. - A d.
.to/ent for (50 l(.. s (i (ui .e i col al
ilt per dozit. Ihree dozen for 25.
. M. & . H. VI im.S & CO.
The trading cera
Every day you i
Sale circular. G
Cild en's 5e aro''l,1: talovi,
Pr'ice .. . . . .. . . .
2,0)00 ,yartds of Clahumbray, soli
7 1-2e value, Mov'ing Prtiee
2,000 yardts StapleI Chee0k G
7c valn te, M\ovinig Prtice.
MeC ns Undershits .\Movinug I
M\eun 'Drawers to atchle
1 ,000 yartds 45inch EmbrloidIe
inug, 40~e, 50e and 60e vailu
Sig Pr'ice .... .........
200) yartd~s Embrot'iideed Voil
45 itnch, $1.0(0 ant.1 4.25 valt
Also Sbts. Wa
We are showing a large line of well made Suit Cases
in both real and imitation leather
Priced to Please You
24 Inch Suit Cases
75c, $1.50, $2,$5, $7.50 and $10
Look throuwn our line. We have just the Case you
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best Liver and Bowel cleansing you ever had.
(alotinl makes you ilek; you lose a inder my 1'rsonal iI1ar antee that it
day's work. ('auomel is iuicksilve r and -ll1 eanm you' sluggish liver better
it salivales: caloinel in.jures your liver fhani nasty calomIel; I. won't snake you
If you are bilious: fIely lazy. slug- .kick andl you can eat anything you
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a.lhes or stonacIt is sour. .osst Iake a; fil wil'start. your liver, clean your
.1onful1l of harmnle.-s I flh lson's I.iveit hip4s and siraihten you tp h3 b uorn
l'une istenail of using sickening, sal-'iig or you get. your non - hack. ('hit il
iatiung c:lotntel. I mison's ,iVer Tone diren gloly take l)odson's liver 'l'on
is real liver medicine. Yout'il kno' herause it is pleasant. tastinlg and
it mext tornmtIg he(aull you will wI al kido li.1' grite or 1ran or make thema
tip lfeeling tine. your 'iver ill be sick.
wotkintg. y(mr heada1che aini lizinjtes I ait selling millions of i nottle of
gone. your stotmaclh nx ill be swe ia ;nch Doilson's 1,v-r '1ol(e to people who
hiowels r Igular. You will feel like have fout hat its uleasant, vege
working. You'l l be cheerutl: iull of table. list r Ii(ije takes tie Place
vigor atnd ambition. o a vrnsclm l tyo ebtl
Your diruggist or deater sells you a on ty suttiul, reliable gt a1)te. ask
50 centit lot tle of i)01l 5 L ie ' t'n your d e ,:sn li ott 1 e ow.
gsalte Crwls i p
runsdhghganrprice lowotmthi stoe.btl
teoo h hit nd e ounoicbgale. .s
lance over these:
g Price .19 : o P lt(1Eihole ol
g Pricite .391" ii , I.( ate, toig Ii'e .5
di colors .........10 o19
.... .. .05
Priice. . .40/ '.Ite, oigPi.....8
rice . . .19
.... ....19 1.1 is1Ot \1t0Slpe',M in
s, Mov- ..ivn
..... .. .29
es, \tov- I 11 ltVNk\et,.( 11
Pri.. .ee1 ... .. . ... 1. 0 .8
ur1emva Saier aies onppr $1.5ieto
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Price ~~~~~--- . . . . . . . . 8