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* Local and Personal MentIon. *
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Mr..W. C. Rasor, of Cross Hill was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mrs. William Gelder leaves this
inornitig for New York to stay awhile.
Mr. Conway Dial, of Cross Hill, was
a ,visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss Troxelee Wright, of Newberry,
Is visiting Miss Rosa Gray.
Mr. Gus Shell, a former 'Laurens
resident now llying in Spartanburg,
was a visitor in the city Mlonday.
Mrs. Albert Dial has returnet home
after visiting relatives in Bristol,
Mrs. J. kL. Killian, of Little Rock,
Ark., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. 1).
Mrs. .. Moore lars, of Abbeville, JH
visiting her ,parents, 3Mr. and Mrs. E.
Misses 'Caroline and" Mary Lou
Young, of Cartersville, Ga., are visit
ing their aunt, Irs. C. W. Tune.
Miss Elizabeth Bryan, of Greenville,
spent the week-end in the city as the
guest of Miss EIlizabeth Nloseley.
Miss Bess Caldwell is spending the
week with her brother, Mr. Iarl Cald
well, in Greenville.
Mr. and .Irs. Fred Walker have re
turned home after spending.some time
iII the mountains.
Mrs. W. A. Moore Is visiting her
mother, Mrs. J. G. MlcGee, in western
North Carolina for a few weeks.
Mr. J. L. 31. Irby, of Charleston, has
been spending a few days in the city
Mr. R. 0. Srullivan, of Tumbling
Shoals. spent Sunday afternoon In the
Mir. Robert G. Sullivan, left Mlonday
for Hendersonville to enter Fruitland
College, near Hendersonvile, to be at
the opening the next day.
Miss Anna Sullivan visited her'
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs& Win. D.
Sullivan, of Tumbling Shoals, the first
of the week.
Miss Bonny Johnson, of Spartan
burg,.and Miss 'Ella Bearden, of Eno
ree, were the guests at the hpine of
Dr. and Mrs. R. . Walker last week.
Judge William Gelder left Tuesday
morning for a business trip to Louis
iana where he has large interess in
the oil fields.
Mr. L. .E. 'Burns left Tuesday for
Baltimore and New York to 'buy fall
goods for his gtring of stores in this
and other cities.
Mr. Lawrence Kennedy, .bookkeeper
at the :Mnterprise 'National Bank, Is
takhing his vacation this week In the
mountains of North Carolina.
.M)r. James Hludgens and family,,of
Knoxville, Tenn., spent last week in
the city as guests of Mir. and Mrs. R.
T. Dunlap. ' - .1
\Iiss Beulah McCall of Bennettsville,
Miss Lucile Dickert, of Newberry, and
Miss Annie Sellers, of Prosperity are
visiting Misses Annie and Villan Huff.
Mirs. C. A. Power carried her two
chlildrtent, WVil lim and Martha, to
Greenville last week foir an operation
tulpon theiir tonsils. ret urning, home
withI them Satuirday.
Miiss Ha irrett .Sullivan retuirnedl
home 'Tuesday aftei' sptend~ing a pleas
ant wveek at i bona Path, with Miss
.Jeanetto Cloftworthy ' and other'
11er. L,. P. McGee, of Ilock 11111, w~as
a vislt6r in t he cIty Sunday and illled
the putlpit of the Fir'st Me'thodist
church at both morning aind evening~
ser'vIlee, belng heard by a large nuin
ber' of his foi'mei' ongr'egat Ion.
.\ir. and Mris. .John F. 11o01t have re
ui'ned home after' spenin~ig severial
weeks h in c'oll. Mi'. Blt stateq that
the c rops; in Marilboi'o county arie the
best in years and t hat the farm'neris arie
very opth i1stlec ovetr he. outlook.
Mr. J ames i1. Still Ivan r'etuiroed from
-(harlestoin Mondlay whtere he bad been
w'ith h is wv.l fe for' an operation at the
1ltakei' saiitariumtit. Mis. Suill Ivan hats
gonte to hoer old homeW at lirunisoni foi'
r'ecu perat ion.
Tihe fien ds of Mir. HeIn ry M\laritin,
whio r'ecentIly w~as dischta rged fromt thle
aei'ial servIce wil be h sorry tc/lIoarin
thait lie bad to untdergo an operatIion
foi' aippendetic ls at. thle Jluli Iriby san i
ta riumi Moniday. The' operat(Ion aip
pea red to heo ruooessful ancd thle Inodlea
tions ar'e that he Is out of dangei'.
VTe IRuralI impr~ovement IAssoelant Ion
of Ii loko ry Tavernt proitIses tihe pub11
lie a del ighl e veinlg, Au go,.] 22,
beginning at nilne o'clock, whn ('apl
talin J. J1. McoF.wain, of Greenville, will
deliver ani. :iddr iess. Mu sle will be
fuirnihted by te Laitrenis quarte'tt.
lT'e creami wil I I sold aftei Ih IIc
tue. Th m bitt " is ' i'v iti
letteri fromu '.en. .N. Ii. liia'1 'Vyeral
days ago stat in.e that is tntm had
beein handed i)Ito he preiet for
h'ere. IlTh'tit innounc iemieit praetl~ally
assre C r flivnofte poit
+.. SOCIETY. +
On Tuesday afteinoon Miss Mario
lPhilpot delightfully. entertained a
number of friends.
Upon their arrival they were served
punch by several girls attractively
dressed In Japanese costumes. They
were then ushered into the house and
given cards by which they found their
partners for the gaines. After several
games of progressive rook and bridge
each person was given a card on
which was written a conundrum. This
afforded quite a bit of merriment and
when solved proved to be an announce
ment of the engagement of iss 'Esther
Fowler to Mr. Laurence -Barksdale,
whose marriage is to take place in Oc
tober. A most delicious pink and
white lee course was served during
the afternoon. The home of Miss
Philpot was beautifully and artistical
ly decorated with cut flowers an(1
ferns, white fnd pink in Jaanese ef
fect being the color scheme. The
guest of honor was presented with
a l'ox of lovely linen handkerchiefs.
Aliss Mary ArcCord gave a delightfil
party to her yoting friends Friday cv
ening at which about sixty-five guests
were present. The house and veranda
were prettily decorated for the occa
slon, making a very attractive scene.
A few games were played after which
(lancing and progressive conversation
were enjoyed. Delightful punch was
served during the evening and block
cream and cake served toard the end
of the entertainment.
Aiss Sadie Sullivan entertained the
members of her knitting club Monday
afternoon, a pleasit hour being spent
by those 'present. During the afternooir
delicious ice cream and cakes were
Master Robert Briggs entertained a
number of his young friends at his
home on Smilivan street Monday after
noon in celebration of his seventh
birthday. The young folks had a jolly
time paYing gaines and later were
served Ice cream and cake.
Buffalo, S. C., Aug. 16.-Miss Sophia
Black of Rock 11111, and Mr. I14rper
T. Higgins, of this place, were united
in marriage at .Spartanburg, Saturday,
August 16th, the ceremony being per
formed at the 'Presbyterian manse.
This was quite a surprise to the many
friends of the young couple. 'Mr. luig
gins is one of Laturens county's na
five sops and Is now tile effileient and
popular bookkeeperi at Huffalo Cotton
Mill store, where he has scores of
.lis Black is one of Rock lll's ac
complished young ladies, a graduate
of Winthlrop college and was one of
the efilint teachers at IBuffalo mii
school where she won many friends
andi it wvas here that D~an Cpipid got in
his work thuts uniting this olaOllr
young col~ple in marriage. TIhey (auight
thle first train for Atlanta and other
points and will lbe at. home to t heir
friends after August 23rd at iliffalo,
in Union County.
''l'he (ircuis Was Great.
One of the most enjoyable events
of the season was "i'oliy of t he Cir
ens2" at thle o;Iera ho011e 'Thur sdlay.
'Pie housre was. ipacked fronm opeing
It wals better than tile iplay thaSt
a ppea red ini the oper~a 1house here
some . 3 ars ago with live folks as ac
lois and1( a live hoise for "lI'oily'" to
ide; for thie stage was too small to
shlow~ much01 of thle cirrcus, and '1 theC
horse-race, thie best1 lart of thle film,
couild nlot appear at. all oni the narrow
((on1 ie of a stage.
it ttas better than a real cireus,
because one ('oti1d see it all withlout
thle horrible smell ohf tile mon keys and1(
tile el ephiantIs and t ho camels andl
withou011 the dIltst amnd tile p lndar-sellI
ers and11 emuonadIe-ieddler is.
it was the best ciruls thle old1 man
lias seeni sinc the f1 it olie h ie ever
saw ! whiichi was way back in the 'ilast,
whe 'hille r'ode I wel ve mIles to see old1
John11 Rison~i5's ('iretts at Crioss 11111.
It t raveled ithogil tile count ry thlen
juilst like~ "0'oly''". lie has seen
mianiyc rlrises sinice t hat11 tie, before
lie walr oif thle sixties- in fact ('very
c'ircuis that has1 comie wvithin his
reachi --anid thle lbest of all wer~e the
first and( thie last.
Whe 111Johna Woihnson showed at
Cri'oss llill thle town hadh ont st ore at
th e cross roads afteor whiiIchI it wats
i'5!fwdI at thei (arter i'lace, ando one
place, aitd a Iiilohr shop--thbose'i thec
t own of new ('rosa liillI was farmiing
la nld. -Newherry-m OhbserverI.
I wtill be ats har shi as truth l andn
* OINTON NEWS, *
Clinton, Aug. 19.--Dr. and 'Mrs. W.
S. Bean, Jr., of Washington, D. C., are
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Bean,
aMiss Mary King, of .Washington, D.
C., is visiting her .parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. L. King.
Dr. S. C. Iays and Mr. Wim. Bailey
Owens left last Thursday for New
York Citys to spend a few days.
Mrs. J. F. Jncobs, -Jr., delightfully
entertained the Knitting Club last
Wednesday afternoon. A delicious
salad course and ice tea 'was served to
the follow ing.guests: Mesdames Geo.
A. Copeland. .Jas. R. Copeland, E. W.
Ferguson, Jodie Charlldler, W. 13. Ow
ens, Jr., W. P. Jacobs, Thos. D. Ja
cobs, Cyrus Bailey, Kenneth Burlette,
Clair lIlays, .\lisses i~mmic Robertson,
Nancy Owens and Mrs. Joe Little,- of
ilr. and Mis. Joe Little, of Abbeville,
spelit last Wedniesday and TIulrsdiay
with Dr. and Mrs. .as. It. Copeland.
Mr. and Mi's. J. F. Jacobs, Jr. and
Mis. Goeo. A. ,"opeanl spent last
Thursday in Columbia.
Mesdames J. F. Jacobs, Sr., and W.
J. Balley returned last Saturlay from
Asheville, after spending two weeks
Air. and Mirs. Cyrus lPalley enter
tained two tables of Bridge In honor
of Dr. snd Mrs. W. S Dean, Jr., last
Friday evening. After several hands
of Bridge the hostess serve[ a dell
elous salad course and ginger ale, to
the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. J.
I. Coleman, Dr. and Mrx. W. S. Bean,
.1r, Mrs. W. B3. Owens, Jr., and Nir.
John 'fT. Young.
Again on Saturday evening Mrs. W.
B. Owens, Jr., entertahied two tables
of Bridge In honor of Dr. and Mrs.
Bean. Delicious refreshments were
served at a late hour.
Mr. and -Mrs. Hugh Giles and son,
of Greenwood spent the week-end
with ,heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
S. F. Giles.
-Mrs. Caldwell, of Hartsville, is the
guest of Miss Eminie Robertson.
Misses Gertrude and Emma Ilipp
are &pending the week at Glenn
Miss Nannie Love Copeland is visit
ing relatives in town. *
Mr. Jas. M. Sprunt, of Dillon spent
the week-end in tow4i with his family,
who are the guests of Mrs. M. A. hlays.
M.r. and Mrs. 'McKelvy, of Fountain
inn, and 'Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Pitts, of
Ilenno, spent -Sunday with 'Mr. and
Af\ra. J. 'M. Plitts.
'Mocdames liuBert Pitts, ithelt A(lair
and Kennethllurdete left last Friday
for Rockmart, Ga., to visit their pir
-Mesdaines J. M. P1itt., Lee Phitts antd
W. M. MeMillin are spInding the week
with their parents, Mir.and Mlrs. It. P.
Mrs. A. 11. Galloway spent the w'eek
end in Abbv'ille.
Mrs. W. 11i. Owens, Si., went to (o
lumbtia Tiue'sdaty to r'eturi n withii hei' sis
tei', *t1Iss l'leine Mc("aslan, wvho hacs
been'i in a hiospliital t herie foi' souie t ime.
'Miss Louiste 11111 i'etur netd to heri
hlomei ini( i'eeri afteri spendtiin g two
weeks with Miss Meleuce Thoirnlecy.
.\irs. ii alIe Shianids and Mliss lIvric
Slandics ar iv~isi t ing Mirs. Tiom ('arson
.\lr's. . ohni Thioi'niey anti soin, lant,
are v'isiling lieu' bi'otheri in Grieer.
Miss .\l ary' irksdale4, of Lauren s,
is thle giie(st of friends lhere.
Mir. andi Mr's. icak Owiigs, of Lan
i'e'ns, and Mr'. .I. ii. lhods:. oif (ray
Courit, ireturin ed hotme S'a turda y a fter'
an extended vIsit to i'elat ives in Te'cxas.
I I OUR I(ODIAK FlINISIIING
All iolls dteve'lou' lue; pa('ks
20e uip, pri'ii 2 1 -2c, 4e, Ge;
enlargiug ,n ttp. ~pecialists-w e do
nothing hut C k finishing. All
wYork gunri teP~ t i .please. ldastmiani
Kodaks, Filips, Suplies.
00LUMBIlA P'Il~f0 FINISiNG CO.
li11 Taylor Street Columbia, ..
The C. & B. Hat Co.,
is the owneri of/.atl is ecarry.ing on thec
Mall Oi'der buh: -ss formerliy hand led
by the ii. W. (tiarkie I lat (Company. All
oi'deris shuould be sent to t hem.
C. C. Featherstoiie W. 1B. hinighit
FFA''i l.liISTONF,~ & h N ICliT
Attornecys iat J awi 4
I~Lurens, S. IC.,
All ltisiness int rusteiJ ij Our Care
Will liave Pruomptiu aiim.airefu Atten-.
Ohtice over Pailmuett) Bank
day of each "eek in L~aiueu..
in i- o 21 Da.ys
"LAX-lOS WI'fi lPi'iPSIN"' is a spec'ially
pirep~aredtSyruip ioai-ILaxat iv'f'or IiabIituai
shouldl h taken regularly for 14 to 21 diays
to induce r'eullar act ion. It Stiimui t es aiid
Regulates Very Pheasant to Thake. t~uc'
Thle caloric Is I hie heat
ing systemt that Is ad
vertised nationally in A
- .-the Saturday rEvening
Post, Country Gentle
man and many other.
C GME ENJOY
AND PROFIT BY
Aug. 23d Saturday Evening Post
NATIONAL CALORIC WEEK
auy rd.234 -i 3O4
On these days there will be a nation-wide
OV ER 76,000 demonstration of te famous
IN U SE = M .0 R
Save 1/3 to /2 the fuel THE ORIGINAL PATENTED PIPELESS FURNACE
6 We have mnade special preparations to make this an
Heats entire Buildings interesting and profitable event for every visitor.
lessthru It will be an opportunity for you to learn how the
of 18 rooms or lessthru heating industry has been revolutionized by utilizing
ONE REGISTER the natural law of heat circulation-how the CaloriC
heats entire buildngs, upstairs and down, through
Installed In old or newregister.
Insalld i ol ornew Possibly you may feel yu are not ready to make
homes in less any change in your heating system, but come any
than a day way. You will enjoy this demonstration and per
haps when you see what the CaloriC will actually
do ad learn its low first cost, and what it will
GUARANTEED save you w ill realize, like 76,o other people have,
tha you really cannot afford to be without it.
S.M. E. H. Wilkes Co.
IS YOUR FARM FOR SALE ?
If you have any land for sale, either
Improved farms or unimproved acre
age, 'we may be .able to find you a pur
chaser If you will list it with our
We are receiving a large number of
inquiries about farming opporthnities
in this State and it Is the purpose of
the C. & W. C. Rilroad to prepare a
comiprehensive list of lands for sale
located along its line, to be distribut
ed among prospective settlers, and all
persons ha-ing such property for sale
are urged to co-operate with the un
dersigned, in order that accurate and
reliable data may be placed in the
hands of prospective hiomeseckers
making inquiry about farming oppor
tunities In your community.
A blank form will be mailed you, up
on application, asking for the specific
There is no charge for this service.
W. W. CROXTON,
Room 5, Terminal Station Bldg.,
37-tf Atlanta. Ga.
You Do More Work,
You nre more ambitious and you get more
enjoYmxienft out of everything when your
b)od is in good condition. Impurities in
the blood have a very depressing effect on
the system, causing weakness, laziness.
nervousness and sickness.
(IROVE'S TAsrfELESS Chill TONIC
restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying
amd Enriching the Blood. When you feel
its strengthening, invigorating effect, see
how it brings color to the cheeks and how
it improves the apretite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill 'rONIC
is not a potent medicine, it is simply
IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.
So pleasant even children like it. The
blood needsQuinine to Purify it and IRON
to Enrich it. These reliable tonic prop
ertles never fail.to drive out impurities in
The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S
TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made it
the favorite tonic in 'thousan-cls of homes.
More than thirty-five years ago, folks
would ride a long distance to get GROV ES
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
member of their family had Malaria or
needed a body-building, strength-giving
tonic.e The formula is just the same to
day, and you can get it from any drug
store. 60c per bottle.
FiNAIL SETTI 1 ENTI
Take not icet IdAt1,6n I the 22nd day of
Auguxst, I1919, (~1I r'ender' a final ne
coun !lt of mlly V; a ingd silx', as Ad
miistiratora of the estafe of Mr. lan
xie K. Stohs ('d(ecased, in the of'(e of
the .111 ie of Probate of latrn ic ms
onturty, at 1! o'clock, a. ml., arid on the
sanme day wIll apply for a final d is
chirge froimi mlly trust as Adninxisira
A ny person in debted to sa id( estate Is
notifled and required to make payment
on that date; and all persons having 10 o'clock a. im., for a new certificate
calms against said estate will present in lieu of said lost certificate
them on or before said date duly prov- R. F. JONES,
en or be forever barred. Dated, July Jr, 1919 52-6t-A
F. F. STOK BS.
July 22, 1919. 1-5t-A NOTICE OF LOST STOCK,
State of South Carolina,
I County of Lairens.
NOTI(CE OF LOST sTo(I( Notice Is hereby given that Certifi
State of 'South Carolina, Cfe No. -i3 for one (1) share of the
St unte of L aroins - omimon stock of the Laurens Bonded
('on n1tv of Thiu1reuls. Wavi arehouse Coipany, of Lauren4. S.
Notice is hereby given that Cerifl- C., of tIhe par value of One Hundred
cate No. 211 for two (2) shares of the I)olari-s ($100.00) issued on Deo. 15,
common stock of the Laurens Bondedi 1900, to Liiie C ..lones, has been lost
Warehouse Coipany, of Laurens, S. C.., or de t oyed, and that the 11 udlersigned
of the par value of One Hiunldied 1)ol-- will apiply to said Ln sBode
lars ($100.00), issued on Sept. 20. 1 Warehotise "ompany at ! pa-e o1
to Mrs. W. W. Jones, has been lost. or busi at Laurens, S. C. Ioih 21st
destroyed, and ithat. the indersigned fy f August, I919, at I 'o'cocik, a.
as owner of said stock, will apply to In.. for a now cert i haiene li ': w said
said Laurens londed Warehouse Co. list ertifieate.
at. its pace of biisiiness at Lauretins, 8- i. F. ,Ni:S.
C., on the 21si day of August, 1919. at hiled July 16, 1919.
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A gi made now
in commemoration of the peace we have won
will bear a sentimental value that will increase
tremendously as the Years go on.
' There is no greater event in your life, no occasion
more worth celebrating, than the winning of the war.
If you ever thotight of making a present make it now. 'Ihen lt us
engrave it so its significance will never he lost, hut will grow with the
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