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8 Loeal and Personal metIon. 8
Mr. and Mrs. Langley, of Camp Hill,
Ala., are visiting relatives in the
Col. J. H1. Wharton and W. C. .Vhar
ton, of Waterloo, were in town Tues
day on business.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. liryson, of
Aiountville, were visitors in the city
Mr, J. M. Simmons, of Mountville,
was in town a few hours yesterday on
MI'. L. T. Benjamin, of the fong
Branch sect ion, was hero Monday on
Miss Bottle Brown, of Lancaster, Is
visiting her sister, Mr. 1R. F. Fleming,
on South harper treet.
Misses Nell and Annie Bostick, of
Spartanburg, are visiting Mrs. John A.
Hicks for a few days.
Mr. Maener Lawtan, of Allendale,
spent Sunday in the city as a guest at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. hicks.
Mrs. John Morgan, of Union, is visit
hig her parents, Mir and Mrs. P. A.
Mr. John F. Bolt, of McColl, is
:pending a few days here visiting
among friends and relatives.
Mr. Eugene Simpson, of the Pop
lar Springs section, was in town Mon
day on business.
Miss Eloise Zimmerman, of Glenn
Springs,, has been added to the force
of teachers at the Watts Mill school.
Miss Kathleen Wilkes will leave the
latter part of the week for Sumter
where she will visit Mrs. R. J. Boland
for several weeks.
Miss [Lallah Mae Dial, who is teach
ing in Abbeville, spent the week-end
in the city with her parents, 1)r. and
AMrs. \+ 11. Dial.
Misses Mary, Lucia and Annie Simp
son went to Columbia Wednesday to
see M1aud Adams in "The Little Min
ister" at the Columbia thearte.
.lessrs A. ). Ilenry, Hlugh E. Simp
son, W. S. Pinson and George 11. Mc
Crary, of Clinton, spent a few hours
In town yesterday on business.
Marshall Woodson and G. W. Melt,
students at the Presbyterian college,
spent the week-end with Mr. Ilugh L.
Miss Caroline Roper who is attend
ing school at G. W. C., arrived in town
Friday to spend the week-end with
Misses Annie Mae Bryant and Doro
thy Mahon, of Greenville, were the
week-end visitors of Mrs. E. W.
Calhoun McGowan, a graduate of
the 'niversity of :outh Carolina, was
in ColuLnbla yesterday on legal busi
.\ls. C. E. Parker and little daugh
ter will leave the latter part of the
week for )lumboldt, 'ienn., to joil ir.
Park. r, who is stationed there at the
11r-." it time.
M1 . Bob Davis, of Foiintain inn, sis
ter of )r. It. J. hi iughes, has been very
sick at a Col umbia hosliltal for sev
cialI days. C onisiderab iCuniea siness5
is felt over tier conditilon.
M rs. ). ( . 11 uckmnanI an 3M1.liss Sarai
lR'kmiaii, of Staunltonl, \'an., together
with Mrs. .1. 8. Maclien, little M\iss
Flliabth Cooper1 anil M\r. l'. W. Ma
( bin, imot ored to G reenv ille Satuii'day
to spenld a fewv hours shioinug.
.Mr. and Mr is. Johin Crews, who were
rcent Ily ma~irriedl in Eiigenie, Ore., anud
w ho spienit thir i hloneymI~oon on the
Pac Itle coast, arrived in C'olumia yes
terdlay and arue at hlomel at tile i'esi
dle'nee of 8. A. Shaw, M. D)., llamlpto'ni
and BllI st reets.-Columbia State.
Mi'. Thomas Owings, who is attend
lng school at Furmlan L'niversity, spent
the week-end herie with is parents.
Mr. Owings briouighlt several friends
of the same institution with him, who
were Messrs William Girissette, WV. D.
Payne, Rodgers Drake and "Speedly"
Miss Virginia Bai'ksdale, whlo is at
tending school at- Cl. W. C., spent the
week-end at home wvith heir nmothier'.
Miss Blarksdale was accompanlied
home by Misses Gladys Campbell,
lichen Morgan, Willard Lauder, Mil
dhredl H-ackney and VirginIa 1 ludgens.
Rev. and~ Mrs. J1. P. MarIon, of Sum
tar, have been spuendinug some timle ini
the city duriiing thle sickness andi at the
dheath of Mrs. Marioui's father, D~r. WV.
C. Iirby. R1ev. Marion OCCupied tile
pul31pit at thle Flirst Prdsbyter'iani
(l c'ri Rmdnay and preached an elo
(iiunt :wi'mon to an aitte'ntive congre
in the rain all day is generally fol
lowed by painful twinges of rheuma
(bilm ori neiuralgia. Sloan's Liniment
will give you (uick relief and prevent
the twinges fi'onm becoming toi'tui'o. It
(quickly plenet rates without rubbling
andl soothes the sore and aching joints.
For sore, stiff, exhausted muscles that
ache and throb fronm overwork, Sloan's
fLiniment affords quick relief, Biruises,
spr'alns, strains and other minor03 ir
les to children are quickly soothed by
Sfloan's Liniment. Get a bottle today
at your druggist, 25c.
IAdies'. all wool serge coat suits,
special price $9.90 and $12.60 at J. C.
Onrns & Co,
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... SOCIETY.. .. .... . .
Miss Frances V. Smith of Laurens, s
and Mr. Samue J. Hunt of Greenville lc
were married Wednesday October 25, ht
at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. u
W. 11. lowers of Americs, Ga. ti
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Misses Annie Dell and Bess Chil
dress entertained at cards Saturday 1
afternoon in honor of Miss Amelia g
Todd, who is to be married to Nit. It.
R1ice Nickels this month. During the i
afternoon Rook and Forty Two were
played, after which a delightful salad Is
course was served followed by ice i
cream and cake. t<
Misses Willie and Olynthia Jones I
were hostesses yesterday afternoon at d
i party given in honor of Mrs. John a
Wells Todd, Jr., one of the fall brides. c;
Rook and Forty Two were played, af- 0
ter which delicious refreshments were1
served. The house was very original- i
ly deocrated so as to give a ilallowe'en
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Todd entertained di
a party of the unmarried set Monday a
evening in honor of Mr. and .11irs. .tohu i
Wells Todd, Jr. Tables were set for in
cards and a number of games of "orty tl
Two and ]took were enjoyed. A de- e,
licious salad course was served during t<
the evening. N
The home of Mrs. J. N. Richardson g
was the scene of a pretty party given a
to the members of the Ipwort League e:
Monday evening. The young people fo
arrived to find the house prepared for ,
a -1lallowe'en party and right Joyfully tl
they entered into the games of the ev- Il
ening. After several hours of merri
ment, delicious refreshments were d
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Saturday night at her home on West
Main street, Mrs. Fb. larksdale enter- W
tained at a lilallowe'en party In honor a
of their visitors of G. W. C., who were C,
Misses Gladys Campbell, Ilelen Mor- n
gan, William Lauder, Mildred inaek
ney, Virginia Hiudgens and her daugh- w
ter, Virginia Barksdale. The rooms "'
were all decorated to suit the occasion
and the lights were covered with col- it
ored paler which gave the proper It
Ilallowe'en effect. Several games were e.
played after which the young people M
were led into the dining room, where
fruits and nuts of many descriptions as
were served. The balance of the cv- J
cuing was spent enjoying the splendid
music rendered by several of the col- a
lege girls. C
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Invitations to the marriage of .\liss u
A telIa, ''odd andM. R. I. Nickels a nd N
the reception which is to follow we re
is-ied last week, as follows: a
Mirs. TlIonas Erskine 'Tohil
r< :ale-t. the ple'asurte of yea'r com my; .;,
at Ilie w% tilini re e''t iv s,
.l"r. iteri itice Nickels
Nov'ember if teenthl
at haltf after eight 0'clock e
live ihunmdried fort y-fouru West M :11in SI. ui
Laourens, Sou thI Carolina.
Ceremony' at eight o'cloek, o
IliothI of Ithe young People are widely d
known over the state and their mar- a
ringe will att ract a great dleal of in- a
We Use 'Gets-It!' " '
:i Drops in 2 foeomiis. 'That's M1l. 't<
"GETS-liT" Does the liest, Never e
"eayI iieveir could see how somue
few people use the most difficult and
lpainfiul wvay they can find to get rid of i
corns. They'll wrap their toes up with 1
bandages into a package that fills their 5
shoes full of feet and makes eoirns so
ipainfuil they've go~t to 1k sideways
and wrinkle up their facos. Or they
use salves that eat right into the toe
andl make it rawv and nor'e, or they'll0
use plas:ter' that make the corn:; bulge,
or ple0k andI gouge at their co~rna and n
make the toes bileed. Funny, isn't it ?
" T-lT". 'i'Is the simp)!O, mooder'n won.
dler for corna. Just : ut :t drops on. It
dIries Instantly. No pa'ni, funno oir trot:
ble. The corn, callous oi' wart loosens
andl~ comes0 off. Millions use nothing
"GETS-IT" is so0ld and recommend
0(d by druggists everywhere, 25e a
bottle, or sent on receipt of price, by
10 lAwrence & Co., Chicago, Ill. y
Sold In Laurens and recommended1
aS the world's best corn remedy by;
Eureka Drug Co.,
* * S *** **ee ea * * see.
Iethabara, Oct. 28.-This vicinity is
anding forth sunshine as hath itsc
vely autumn. The people seem to
ave put brightness in their lives as
to trees have put on their glittering
nts in various beautiful colors.
"Old Bethabara" which has been
ithotit a pastor since April called her
istor last third Sunday, Rev. Fer
teron, of Whit fire.
Our Sabbath school is growing stead
r-tore interest is being taken than <
is been in several years. Our prayer <
that God will bless us as a church,
id our pastor this year as we work
gether. A word about our "Stin
ram band". It is very bright-send
g its rays in three divisions--having <
vided the band (luring the winter so <
to have the meetings at the Pine <
rove, Pine Bluff and Wade Schools in <
'der that all the children can be
embers. The leaders feel that much
terest will be taken by doing thus. <
A very brave expedition was made
Messrs Gary and Ernest Boazman,
,ry Spearman and Lewis Noffz. Eton- <
ty when they left for Columbia in (
canoe down Saluda river. They made
ie trip within 15 miles of Columbia,
two days' tlni'. having to give up
Ten onaccount of shoals: as all oth
's who have made the adventure had
do. The splendid 'oarsman, Mr.
offz, was brave through all the dill. <
'itles and the other boys would have
en ip had it not been for Lewis
; the old saying is: Behind every
oud there's a silver lining. They
lund it true on this trip, for there
ere lots of fun as well as fright on
te trip. Oh, for more evplorers like
Mir. and Mrs. Eugene White and
tuighter, Alpha, were visitors of Mir.
id Mrs. Robbie Whiteford, Thursday
id Friday of this week.
Those who attended the State Fair
ere Mrs. Joe Davenport, Mrs. Iusti
id two daughters. Ilattie lut i and
arrie Lou, and Messrs W. G. Boaz
an and Wilson Turner.
Mr. Ilartwell Cromer of illadedale
as the guest of Mr. If. Ii. W\'hiteford
Rev. W. P. Turner is in Chicago vis
ing his son, .1. T. Turner who has
ved there for years. Enroute to ('hi
igo Mr. Turner visited his daughter,
rs. Frank lolland at ('atesville, Ga.
Miss Matha Madden of Madden, is
;ending some time with her sister,
[rs. Press 'T'urner.
Those who are sick in this vicinity
re Miss Florrie Dell I)ill and Miller
ole. May they soon regain ti, ir
School began at Wades last Mon y
nder the supervision of Rev. .\shi! If
I"nl Illuff' :'nd ineu rove scho is
re bein t:.ihtl by .\th Annie ('a I
ell ''f Sharen aid Mis l'mma L4o e
f ( t.. ii l': 114I k u 1. C
rhools are making much progn s
I)derl t hei' leadership.
horn to Mr'. and .\i's. Wi'llie No
Mt's. ;etrude(1' lihI rtturnedl Thurs
iy fromi Prtyor''s hiosp'tital at ('hoester,.
hoe she uindei'went an operation sev
'al wveeks ago. M\rs. I ill is able to b
The far'mers have ratheredl the blik
their Criops and1( thIoulgh they wee
Iscour'agedl over the short ('top, theyv
'e n0w i'ejoici ng overi theii good p rice
hich makes them end- well.
D~r. P'otent at Orny ('ourt-On imrLs.
Dr. 1E. W. P'otent, president of Fur
'an University, wli lecture at the
ray Cour't-Owings school buiiild inlg
hursday e vening, Nov. 2nd(. l~t'. P~o
at is known as a m1o0. ,ehiolarly and~
ritertaining lectui'er, so it may be ex
ected that an evening spent listen
ig to himi will lie well spent. An ad
ission fee of 20 cents foir adults and
) cents for children will b~e charged.
lie public is invited to hear him.
Hier Soni Subject to Croup4.
"My son Eldwin is subject to croup."
rites Mrs. 1E. 0. 1Irwin, Newv Ken
ngtonl, Pa. '"I put in many sleepless
>uris at night befor'e I learned of
Ittl)hamerlain's (Coughi llemediy. Moth ler i
itd not feat' thiis 41iseaise If thiey' keep
bottle of C'hamlier!ain's C'ouighi iemt
'y in thle hou se and4 use It as diii'e('ted
'watys gave mty boy) relief.'' Obetain'
deo e' ery where.
L(oki- e Ito the Fuiture.
Buly your fail antd w'inter' goods now,'
o nolt put it oflN-buvi~ now. Priices on
li'ehandlse ai'e len.ping upward(s
ucch week. luty inow anid save money.
s soon as our priesent stock Is soldi
t pices will have to chtange withI
tarkot Condittins. Comue andl buy)
rw. J1. C. Biurns & Co., D~epart menit
P YOU HAVE A HOU SEl
Dr. Moffatt to Preach.
R1ev. J,. 5. Moftatt, D. D., president of
rakine College, will preach at the A.
,P. chutrchu next Sabbath, at 4 p. m,
ho public Ia cordially invited.
Of course we are
store, but we are hoi
in this ad and throug
+ we cannot see ho
fered you. We
ments. We beli
A beautiful Rocker, made
of best oak, rich gold- TI
en finish, strong
A visit to
~S. M. & E. I
At Walswiorthi Seli''ol.
T1here will lbe a l failo'e (&I nter*
ainmnent at the Wadswortht school
IOuse Fidaiy nIght, Novemb er 3rd, be
innaInug at 8 o'clock.
Thei folliwing is the progriami for Ithe
liano Solo-Alisa Louis W~'~ orkmiani.
iay--"Tlhe Goblin's Cave".
lioiin Solo-Alilss Gertrude Smith of
tendlig--Aias Annie Lee IEmannel of
fong--" Pekaniiinny Habe".
Ialtlowe'en Song by Rehool.
Thi ulie is hR invi tirl.\Adiusson
See our big vatlues ini Kiie~s anad
S. M. & 10. II. W IlLEEIS & CO.
Let Us Print Your
W1hen it comes to neat
and ,effective printing
f any Rind we will
guarantee to give you
more or less prejudiced ii
iestly of the belief, that
hout our store are not ec
LLITY and LO'
w a better propositi
invite you to invest
We you will find thei
ie best chair made for service
Frame is of rock maple, and
filled with genuine hick
4- in ch P
'our store will save you r
1. WILKES &
IThere will be ai Ilallowe'en l'arty
ait lLanfordl Graded School builing on
Tlhttrads~ay night, Nov. 2nd. lhercis
begininzg Lat o'clock. A small a d
inisio 1 f11 ee of 5, andl I Ocwill be~ ('har g
ed. Tihe proc0eeds wvill go) for the beni
efi t of the school. fThe public is in vit
0(1 to attend.
.\i'. ('. W. .\e('ravy r'epots 1.1,1 2
hales of (cotton ginned to Oct. 15th. 1'p~
to) the sametl period1 last year I tiSS'
hales had~ been1 ginnedl. .\r. M\etr avy
reports the (10op verty shori
I guairantee "Dodson's Liv
best Liver and Bowel cl
St ojt ug (alomnel!' It miakes yo (1
sie'k. Don't, lose a day's weork. 1I you
feel laizy, siluggish,. biliouts 1 ort ~sti-,
ii:iled, Ilisten to tue!
lil (1Is moercu1ry (orp ulik sIl ver
(Lol~tI, whent it (13omes into c'ontt I
witht sour~ bile (trashe' lnto ii, breakingi
it upl. Tilst iihen YOU feel thaI Lawfuli
tiaul.eaL andt ('ramtping. if y0on are "'all,
knocked outt,'" it' your t liv'er Is torpid
and1( bowels conlstilpated 01' you havei
hhache, dizinesst05, coated tongue, If
breath is had or' sitmach sour juist try
a sptoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver
1Ierc' my gutarantee-Go to any dru'tg
store and get a 50 cent bottle of Dod
annns LIvnr Tnn Take a pnfulton.
1 our opinion of our *
the values shown
iualed in the State.
on could be of- +
igate our state
Full-size solid oak
finish, bent >
Li T.l---('xt( ndS+'
('hi iraninir Se'asons t lrig ('olds%.
"Stuol Ted-uip he ad." cloggedi-uip nose,
ightI chest. SOre thr oatI are sure signs
of! COld, anid I ir. K\ing' s NewI Discov
(e' I i!s ur relie. A dose of thiis corn
hi nat ion ofi antiseptic halisamis soothles
t he iritIa ted minbr1 tanew, clecars the
head. loosens thle phIlegmi. you breat ho
easier and~ real1Iiz i or (cold is broken
up. TUrentI a (old persistently: half
Way measures leave a lingering eough.
Take Dr. King's New Dliscovery until
your cold( is gone. For 47 years the
favorite remediy for you ng anti old. At
If you are run dlown, can't eat, no
EPilet itou~(i~ ned
? NO! 8TOP!
er Tone" will give you the
eansingj ) oucver had
lit and if It doesn't st raighten you
ight up and make you feel line and
dgoranWa by mlorning I want you to gto
>aek to( the store ad get your money.
Dodson's Liver 'Tone Is destroying the
~ale of calomnel because it is real liver
uedlicine; entirely vegetable, iherfore
I caii not salivate or make you sick,
I guarantee t hat oneO spoonful of
lDodson 's Iiveir 'Tone wil i put your
oluggish liver to work and clean your
towels of that sour bile and constipat
idl waste which is clogging your sys
emi andi making yon feel miserable. I
uarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
biver 'rono will keep your entire tamn
ly feeling fine for months. Give It to
'our children. It is harmless; doesn't
tripe and they like its nleantant tastn.