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* Local and Personal Mention. *
Mr.. J. C. Stone is in Atlanta on a
visit to his children.
S-Mrs. E. A. Urown, of iiarnwell, is
visiting relatives in the city.
0 r. W. G. Wilson has gone to the
-orthern markets to buy fall goods.
Miss Margaret Wright left a few
days 'ago for a visit to Greenville.
Il iss Frances Kennedy splent last
wek-end in Anderson with her uncle
Mr. J. -1. ]'arks.
Masters Charlie and Ilenry Foster,
of Tnioosville, are visiting their
grandmother, Mrs. W. T. Dorroh.
Mliss SI )lean has gone to Green
ville to speid her vacation with rela
Mrs. Sallie Marshall and children, of
Sumter, ate visiting at the home of
Dr. and Mirs. J. H1. Teague.
NIr. and .\ Is. C. 1H. 11 icks and clII
dren are spending, the week in the
mountains of North Carolina.
Durwood and Francis Ellis have re
turned home aftel' a week's visit to
their aunt, Mrs. lturley in Monticello.
Miss Kate Ellen Ei'ichelberger has
finished the summer school at Win
throlp and is now teaching the summer
school at Filbert.
Ferris Mtartin and 0. 11. Simmons,
Jr., left atumlrday to Join Mrs. 0. 11.
Simmons and family for a stay of
several days in the mountains.
Mr. and .ilrs. Carlisle Smith, who
have been visiting their sisi.'r, Mirs.
J. I. E:llis, have returned to their
home in Columbia.
Mr. A. Ii. Gatsqie, the newly elected
superintendent of tite city schools, ar
rived in the city Alonday and is mak
ing preparations for the opening of
schools on Septeumber -Ist.
lr. James T. Crews, Jr., who re
ceived his discharge from 'atmp Jack
son a few days ago, left Sunday for
Akron, Ohio, where lie expects to take
a course In an auto school.
Miss Flora Bennett has as her guest
this week Miss Ina Solberg, of Le
Sueur Center, Minn. ~Miss Solberg is
to spend the winter with her aunt,
Mrs. Geo. F. Boyd, of Anderson.
Mrs. 11. K. Aiken is expect-ed home
today after a visit to her son, Hugh
Ailken, Jr., at Biuffalo, N. Y. While
away she visited several other cities
adl( took a trip tirougi parts of
.\lr. A. I. Stonle and family and Mrs.
W. .\. Ir-by anld .\aster I"Iuhen, and1(
little Mary. lwve reituirned from a visit
to Atlanta to sel tir brother and
sir, .Mr. W. Guy St one 1and famitly
If and Mrs. -,i"k .ladh( i1 and famliy.
Mr. and .lr-i. W. R. Wevns, Miss
Lucile \Vcns and I laymond Weens,
of West l'ointi, Miss.. Mr. Dick Moor'e
of Kinoxvilb., n.. Mr. W. R. hlicks
aId Mr. Ficch, Ir licks, of Clinton
T0nn., are visiting". Mr. and Mrs. .1. F.
ilicks and fami'y.
.lMr. (. Wa- Shell has taken the
special aueney for the lle. erve 0Loan
Insutr"nce o('mpany. of lildiinapolis,
Ind., and has taken otlice space in the
Dial-Gr'ay building4 opptosite the post
office. Ie wc ill cover t he western
Southi Carolina territoi'y liut make
this is htom e oilee.
Mlr. WV. A. .\loore went dlownl to Au
gust a Sund(ay to see his dlauighteor. .\irs.
C. *E. Davis, of Gartnet, who recently
lunderwent ant operaitionl n4i one of the
Augusta hospitals for aIl ndicit Is. lie
found that the opera'it IJ0 had( been
successful atnd his dlaughmteir rapidly
Mi'. anld Mi's. J. P. Moody andc
daughite'r, Miss Annie LaurIe Moodly,
accoimpanied1 1by Miiss V'erna WVihliams,
all of Allendale, are visiting JMr. and.
Mrs. J. S. Bennett. After leaving here
.they will spend the balance of the sum
mer in the mountains of North Caro
Miss Ethel Nelson, who recently re
turned from overseas where she was
in the hospital service, is visiting her
sister, Irs. M. J.' Simpson, on East
Mlr. W. H1. Whitley, of Albermarle,
N. C., arrived in the city 'several days
ago to spend .some time with mirs.
Whitley, at the hone of her Parents,
\Ir. and Mlrs. -Jos. 11. Sullivan.
Alr. and Irs. A. R1. S'ullivan with
their datighter, Lit I, spent last week
In Charleston with their nephew, ir.
W. .l. reer. Mr. Sullivan was an
interested spectator at several of the
mayoralty CamlIpalgn ileetings and
found politics very varmlr indeed. He
hazarded the guess that Ar. Ilyde
would beat Ar. Grace by a consider
.\Ir. DeWitt King, of .leClellanville,
has bern spending several days in the
city with his wife, formerly liss Nelle
liller. and chIlIl at the home of \lMr.
and AMrs. Connor Fuller. .\Mr. King was
formerly conniiected with a large jew
elry house In Charleston but more re
cntly has retmiirned to the simple life
on the farn. ester(lay afternoon lie
was very much interested to find in
lie News and Courier that his iands
had succeeded in getting tle first bale
of cotton of the year to Charleston
and that it would very Nrobably bring
a fany price at the auction which
gienerally takes place when the first
hale is seti to the Chiarieston market.
* ''CLINTON NEWS.
Clinton, Aug. 12.-Mlisses .1ay Ow
ens and Ilelen Halley retturned from
IlIshopville last Saturday after visit
ing .lrs. W. \. Scott.
Mliss Agnes I-Ien ry has returned
from a visit to friends at Bishopville.
lisses Doreas .lason an d Jette
1)il lard are spending a week at
Waynesville, N. C.
.\rs. Frank Fleming has returnied
o .Augusta after spending a week
wit her d((aughter. Ilrs. Cyrus Hail'y.
.\lessrs. Cyrus Bailey and W. J.
IDailey spent the week-end in Ashe
Nir. and \irs. W. Ed. tar Owens, .\Is.
\\WI. Hail ey Owetns and Hilly Spent
last Fri(ay in Grevnwood with rela
.\Il. and \irs. John Sprat t an id
daugiiiters ar ptiending several' days
in Clester wi I relathes.
.\lp. and M .. W. Elgar Owens spent
the wveek-1'n in 'ormi k with ir.
and .rs. It Ow\ eIs.
Aliss I". Copela nil 'ntertailied a
nuniber of' her friends at a lovely
party Tnsday cveining.
- i i. and .\l As . .1. Sproles, of
reenwood, aIre visiting their daigh
ter1, .\irs. F. .\I. H1olanld.
.\Miss EminnI. Youni ri'turned Fridav
fromi Itrenaua where she altten dd sitmi
.\lr'. .Iohin Townsen'id, of Andeison,
spent last d~er'k with lri. and .\irs.
.\r. It. 12. KIng and M\iss Ella Adair
left last wveek~ for' lie noit hern mar'
kets to buy gootds foir King's dry
Tihe Garrett reunIon will he heldl
W~ednesday, August '.7th, at .\lir. .1. 0.
Garr'iett's homue. 'The pubili c is cor
ho - -Fridav This
+ SOCIETY. +
Mirs. 31arvin Wolff entertained at a
very l)prctty party last Wednesday af
ternoon in )onor df her sister, Miss
Alabel Hinshaw, of Winston-Salem, N.
C. A color scheme of yellow was fol
lowed, a profusion of yellow flowers
being effectively used in decorations
aid yellow-lee cream and cakes with
mints in dalinty yellow baskets being
served for refreshments. Durig the
afternoon rook and other games were
played rounding out a year enjoyable
Saturday aftertiooni Alss Olynthia
.Jones entertained the Forty-Two cliu)
at her hon' on North Harper street.
Afier the gamltiles were played a temupt
Ing salad course was served, the af
ternoon bein. very pleasantly spent
by those ~present.
Miss' Maintzie lichardson entertain
ed fih young folks of' her age at a jol
Iy party Monday evenin i ll hon1or of
the house ptarity she is ente rt aining
this weok, comnposed of .\ isses I lor
tenise Cobb, of Lancaster; l1uth Rus
sell and Ros' Morgan. of Greunville,
an tlIoise Clardy a nd Cat herine Alon,
of ILatW1gns. During the evning dane
itig and progressive colversation were
enjoyed after which an ice course was
.\ilrs. .\. S. Perry entertained at a
lov'ely party Wednesday afternoon in
honor of her cousiln, Piss Terry, of
lpoekingham, N. C. Tie game 'of itook
furnished in tieh allulselielt to those
who were presctlt. After a 1mber
of elosely contested games Aliss Caro
line lem) ing was awarded IIe p'ize
Lfor seclritng tthe hilghIjest score and tile
guest of 1)onor was given a beautiful
present. )urting the aft ernoon deli
lous refreshments were served.
Letter From I d. liceks.
.Jackson, Tenn., Aug. 6, 1919.
I let my old friet d, Ien Craig, who
usd1 to coml) w it l( to Laurens to
bring_ stock. i e i in th auto'Olbile
busiless and Ias t m< . good. I strunk
up a tr with h' ald tought sooel
le' Folr1 (:11s'and will leav' with
them for Laurns \lotday. I hired
somile Of illy old frietnds to (colme w i-1
m : N n I\0,11 . fior(1ee lieks, Joe
Davis and .:AIm' Overtonl and w'en v.'e
all tet to l.aureas We will have a reg
Tell the hti'Z who know ts to come
14) to.n)\ Wednlesday to .Oe ottr' t(,\w
lot of Fords.
Patteo I v oI n ; Ilen i n hil,
h'lme re)uniot) of the Patterson fam
ily will be 1held at the Rhm) Patterson
Sitiing near' La nford St ationl. August
21st. All miemb)ters of thue family are
tus(d to lbe )resenlt. We arc dtesir'ou s
of a large at:tendance and( we want all
of onur soldier boys to be sure to come.
WV. L. PATrTllSON,
Colds Cause (Grip anid Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
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S. M..& E. H. Wilkes & Co.
n:.-y:or o the 'sta t (f \ t. a p-a yment
nie (-:. Stlb s diei .d, in te i ois having
the . rI > l '[ttbate of LaI ( nl. i p)IVcSt.
aoty, a I i o'clot k. a1. i., a o ll 0 ( i d (late dinly throv
i:!n day will app'lv for a final dis- 11c for *. barred.
I r: e frwll my tru-t as -\hmini:-tra- F'. P. S'I'O'I!8,
o! .Ad.! inl ratev.
P -r fl indelet d to . aid estatl i. k l ': 2. 1919. 1-5t-A
O W EN BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
- / DESIGiNERS
- Deals in everything for the ceme
The largest and best equipped mon
umental mills hi the Carolinas.
GREENWOOD, - - S. C.
Augus-30th, 19 19
117 Acres of nice farm land,
known as Mrs. M. T. Byrd place,
in Hunter Township, near Little
River Church. Sale to be held at
the place on Saturday, Aug, 30th.
Possession given at end of 1921.
Now rents for 2,000 lbs of cotton.
Nice two story dwelling house, out
buildings and tenant house.
Irs. Emma Monroe.
NOTI CE OF LOST ST0och.
State of South Car-oli,
County of Laurens.
Notice is hereby given that Certill
Cate No. 53 for one (1) share of the
Co1mUon1 stock of tihe Laureis lionded
Warehouse Company, of Laurens, S.
C., of the par value of One .11un1dred
Dollars ($100.00) issued on Doc. 15.
1900, to Little C ..lones, has been lost
0r de4strioyed, and that the undersigned
will apply to said Laurens lBonded
Warehouse Company at its place of
business at Laurens, S. C., on the 21st
day of August, 1919, at 10 o'clock, a.
m., for a new certificate in lieu of said
R. F. JONES.
Dated July 16, 1919. 52-Gt-A
NOTICE OF LOST STOCK
Stat4 of South Carolina,
Countv of Laturens.
Notice is hereby given that Certifl
cate No. 29 for two (2) shares of the
common stock of the Lauren s itoiled
Warehouse Company, of Laurens, S. C.,
of the par value of One Ilundred Dol
lars ($100.00), issued on Sept. 20. 1s89,
to Mrs. W. W. .Jones, has been lost or
destroyed, and that. the u ndersig ted
as owner of said stock, will appily to
said Ir4irens Bonded Warehouse Co.
at its pace of blsiness at Ialurells, S.
oil the 21st day of August. 19I9, at
1.1 o'clock a. im.. for a new ceriliein
in ie of said lost verlifleate
R. F. JONES.
Dated. . ]ly 1;. 1919. .24tl-A
IIN % S ETT11EM31E NT1
Tako notic- that on the 22niI day of
.\iat t. 1!1'", I will render a final ao
couitt of my eits and din as Ad
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"lAX-FO(iS WITH PEPSIN" i: a specially
prepared Syru ipTon ic-LIxat i ve f, or lia bitual
Constipation. It. relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce redutflar actioi. It Stimiilt's aid
Regulates Very Pleasant to Take. 'i0e
College of Charleston
A efcnlle f hlighe standlard, op
on to tilti a Id Mnen. \n inten
tionally liiiit (ilrolliment insures
Individual insi tuction. Four years
courses leiad to the Hachelor's De
grce. The Pre-Medical couri-se a
. p'cial fleature.
Harrison Randolph, Pres.,
Charleston, S. C.