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* Local and Personal N *'1:
W. N e ea 11, eeeee
W. 1. Walker, Sr., Is spending the
Fmonth of August at Waynesvillo, N. C. y
Aliss Wilhelniina Young, of Lake
City, is visiting Mliss Sarah Bishop. C
Mr. Jack Ropt-v, of Columbia, spent I
the wveck-end in the city.
Miller .icCuten is visiting friends in
iMr. Pierce Nloore, of S'ipartanulig, is
visiting relatives -in the city.
.ohn11 Wilke's is spoeiliiing a few day's
at \\Aoynesvilie, N. C.
Ir. .);imes s4ii'iey and family have
retui'irned home11 after visitiig relatives
lere for several day.
.Irs. IHarlowe iix has retirlei toi
the city after visiting reialives at \Vil
mington, N. C.
Ali is I: inl a Iower is spoeindig a few
-weekis inl the mouttiainis of Noi-th
.lMiss Ida .xiol1. Cf G reen vi*lle, is
visitin her sister,N .rs. Clyle Ray,
.iMiss .A\ny7 NIathews, of Aslevillo, N.
C., is tile guies;t of .\ris. W. If. lill, oil
West Main street.
Miss Jo0ie Aiderson lift this mtorl
Ing for a Visit to her sister, Mrs. .1. '1'.
Jonlison, in Spartanburg.
' li'ssei Sara Dorroli, lienry Wright
and MIrs. Idle Mirris, are spendina
their sumnmer holldays at Altapass. N.
Mrs. Iloyt Camp with her little
daughter 'is visiting her pirents. Mr.
and Mrs. Johna A. Ii l'lgCns.
AIr's. J. C. She pard anld three clil
drell, of Darlington, arne visitI ig Mr.
.Nil. and Lis. L.. . .oo i:0 '(lit list
wec(k in AtIaita with i\Ms. .\loore's
bro01her andI sister.
C.T.D.. 1)alrln::tonl returnedf-1 to
Charlestoni unday after speid ing a
we-k here wv ith his familthy.
.i -ss Shirley Black, of Colunhia. iS
the guest of Miss .\la rgairet Duilap on
South larlwr street.
'iiss ILuNIa I en Nottingham, of Capi
Charles, Va., is the guest of Miss Re
beeca Isake oi West MaUin street.
Miss lEula Walker is visiting friend
ai( relatives in Washington aniid Hal.
.\ir. Charles Franks, Who has heet
very ill for several (ays, Is reported t(
b) holding his own and niuchi hope IL
1 eld 'out for i l recovery.
.\liss albel Ilinshaw, of Winston
salem, N. 'V., is visitinl: \hr. and Mr
13. .\. Volff at their iew homne on Wes
irs. R. 1-. Copeland left last wee
for Toledo, 0., where she expects t
visit her hrother, Mr. HIadger Bowel
for several months.
Mfr. Charles W. Garrison, of Greei
ville, who has been spending his vac,
tion with relatives at Gray Court, wV
a visitor in the efty yesterday.
.\Mr. an( .\rs. P. it. Rleid, of Ne
York City, who have been visit i!
.\Ilrs. G;eo. I-. AleCravy, returne11dI
their home Monday night.
NI.\rs. J1. F. Smith and Mliss IEth
Langston left M\onday for a wedl
visit in the miountains of North Car
Mirs. 0. 'W. Leoniard and~ children,
Spartan hurg, are visit ing M\rs. Leo
ard's mother, Mirs. W. W. Jones.
Nort iiIIarpier st reel.
Mir. J1. WV. Todd and lis Mlags
Todld (amte (iowna from Ni otreat Satt
day to attend the funeral of Air. Il
Aliss Evelynt Givens, of lFounl;
hin, is sp;eninV ii severial days w
Mlisses Louise and( Let ha Ken nedy,
. lisses Genevieve , and Kathler,
Mocore, of Gr een viiile, are'C epet ed
arrive in the cily todlay to visIt .\i
Alasters (/ ie and 1llenny Fns
of Timnimon/i'ilie, returnred home I
week aft er au visit to Itheir gral
mnoth en, .\ir s. WV. TI. ID)nrrolt.
.\ isses Dorils atnd Grace Voi
have as t heir house goestIs this '.
A M\isses l~ouise Simpson. of IChest
Lllliani Harrow, of Columii,
Nanellec Blailock, of V lnon.
.\i. and Mirs. N. C. ii ighes left
week for Rtaieiugh, N. C., to attend
weding o f .\ r. inughes' brot her. TI
wvent by way (if ttendersoniville, y
.ing Dr. and Ni r.. A iken wile t her
Frietnds oif NIir. it. V. I rhy, who
be(g( quit e sick at his home" for' sev
j wveeks, will hie glad to learn that
conditIion is fa vorahide and t hat
early recovery is expected.
?dr. 0. i., Simminons, .Jr., and
L~ouis" SImmons left tyesterdaiy
Wayniesville, N. C., to joiup their
ents, whlo have been1 spendinag thle
I eniO there.
Stewatrt (lau Hteunioni.
To the farens Advertiser:
4 hPlease announctt~ e th Stowart
lenunion, New IHarmony Church,
2fith, 9 :301 A. NI, to 3:30 P. 31, A
terestedi friends invitedl.
Fount~aln Inn, S. C,
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets VT~
cause. Thero is only an "Brof~no Qu
~,w.GROVE'S signure on bot Wo
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DIALS NEWS. *
Ials, Aug. 1.--The series of ser
ices that have been in pro:ress here
,v the past ten (lays came to a con
lusion Sunday evening. the meet- dv
ig -vas a successful one from many .\I
iwpoints. Despite old ".ulius Pil- C.
'ius" who was on hand most of the w
mie. nnd other hindrances the con- w
regations were good and no little in
(rest was manifested. The pastor, the
1ev. W. 11. Watson, had clarge of thei
wrvices and his serimtons were'full If I
.lotiuence, and a source of' uplift and
.1ir at ion to his hearers. 1
.1is .\l atti(! Suimoillolls and friend,
M.A1s Padgett, of Greenville, and .irs.
Rohert. Ovings and children of loun
ain aInn,evt're the week-end gliests
of Ms. 11. Y. Sinmion.; and family.
\i'. Coivorse lienderson, of Akron,
Ohlio. Sto)ped ovor for several days
las.t week with friend.; here, enroute
to the home of his parents, Nl-. and
.l~lrs ederson, of Kinlards.
.\ir. Marvin Ilarris, aftvir enjoying a
11111ch leedod vacation at Check Spriig
and wilh his parents ilere, has return
ed to Greenwood.
Mr. DeWitt Abererombie, who hasi
heen III Lake City for some tilie, has
now returned, and Is at the homlie of I'
his parollts, 'r. and Mrs. Lidie Aber
Miss Pearl flenderson has returned
flomu a week-end visit :with ler col
lego-mafe, MLiss Volt, of Laurniis. Miss
Holt accompanied herW h1om1e where she
will visit for several days.
.rs. Festu1s Curry and lifIle daugh
tr, Mavis Clare1 have returned from
,l del1ihtful visit with reclativeA in
.\ llarianit that came !4 a '-Irpi s15
41his maly friends Was that of ir.
liles. lfd'rsotn of this place. to
liss E'ther Aristrong, of lountain
inn. The eremoly was solemlized in
Spar-tanhrg. .\l-. lenderson Is a well
known yoting farnimr, a vet'ran of I11e
World War. \It's. li'enderson, as Miss
4,rmstrong, was a popular young lady
of Folintail Inn. .\Mr. ad .rs. I -
derson are "at home" to th1eill Iay
friends at the hole of Mr. IHeider
Soil's parents, MIr. and .Mrs. Lace Hion
The pulpit at hills place will be sup
plied Sunday afternoon hy the Rev.
Traywick. Ml*. Traywick is one of the
- superannuated preachers ot the ('on.
forence and a former pastor of this
t charge, who Is ipleasantly remembered
by the older people of the community.
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* UNION 31EEITING. *
* e eege e e e e g e .e
s The Union of the Fourth DIvislon
of Laurens Hlaptist Association n ill
w ;;eeot w"iti lit. Pleasant chulrch on Sat
g' urday and Sunday, Aug. 28 and 211,
o 192oi. As re(liited at tie last lilet
fing the program Which follows re
'I.l sol- theii mee0dtling into1( a Sundniay
's Schllool Inistitut11 anid sev'erall r'epr'eSen
a. tativos of thle State Sunday Sch1oo
('ommiission will lake par't in tple ses
of sions's progr'am. it Is eainestly de
n-. siredI and, ur iged that the0 Olicrs an<
m0 tenehers1' and alil othler leader's of ev
c'ry schoo0(l in this I'nlon be presend'1t.
r- 1(4:00i--D*levot iontal exer1cises. -l'asto
y.C'. l'. Verillin.
ilo::0--fieeral Dilsettsslon. L ead in.
in Ilemen~lits of ani 11 Ellelent and an El
thi fct iv e Sundcay School. Le'd by \\4
oil C. Wharton. .10ohn 0. Wilson. .1. 1
11ag got t.
ne 11: 15- .\dd1(ress: The1 Demand fot' l':I1i
to iinc'y and4 I low to Securel 1t. Pro
Is T. N. l.1uaInde. of 1%urman l'n iversIt;
terl 1-'00---Song Service In Sunday Selhon
atW . ('4114hertson1.
1l- I ::tu-fiebnerall Diseisson: Proble'i
of SaTt isfactory and Ileglari A
mg~t Itendance(' 'In Counlty Schlsl. IA
ek~ hv TI. S. Langston,. 11ev. .1. WV. Watt
md( 2 : 1. ---Bi $ d.na -1~' I' H a Uod Siinild
School(4. .I. L. 11aggott of lt' Sta
thio :1: 04 - -lespontsIbility la'nd lDuty of ()
hey Sch1001s TPowlard(s 111he fl 'avdI.
sit- ('. l0. VermtillIin, llev. 1E. A. Fu li
. \t~s Il',zabeth Nuehols.
ha04 s Sunldiay t1orimrli.
'iraI 14,:00-WhVIat Ourii Sunday iWh'1ool (
hi1s tie.'al s, Includ11 ing Te~a(cer, Shot
'n1 .Ile and Know. 11. Y. Culhertson.
10':10--The Calli foi' Splecially Tr'ai1
d Iss Leac'der's and flow to Secuire 'The
for' .1. L. fDaggott.
pa r- 1: 20 ---Don~tstrlatilon Lesson in1 I
um11- Normal tourse5. Mliss 4.'1Iza bethI Nuck
(of the State C'omissionl.
12:00)-Addruess.- Prlof'. It N. Dain
W. jI .C1iAIIIRTSON, Ser
flail "l(.t.$nny sent.4 the ltest Tranp E
Aug, 3Mad," Mrs. rrmily Shaw Says.
1 In- '\My hulsband. I-ought $2 triap.
bou~ght a 50c box of RLAT--SNAP.
SrAP only caught 31 rate but 10.
* SNAPkIlled 12 in week. im nc
wIthout RAT-SNA~ B eckon I cc
not ralsd chiceks 4thout It." I11
a ' ENAP1 comes in enIkes, Three0 sI
,the 35ce, 65c, $1.25. )Sold and guaran(fl
nine" by 1'aurens5 lia'rdware Co.. Ptnl
rh'ng Store and Kenniedy Bros,
Mrs. \V. -11. ,)ial entertained Mon
y afternoon in honor of her guest,
ss Mary .lathews, of Asheville, N.
After a number of ganes of Rock
,re played a tempting salad course
0 o 0
A party of Laureis people,' corn
ised of .l isses 'Ilruclie and .lMartha
wings. Lucia Barksdale, Alinute Wal
ce, .lMrs. W. le. Al.\ng, and \lr *-. Rate
Irksdale spent several days at' The
vitzerlanid Inn inl the luo Hiige
ottitains of NotIL Carolina ,ast
eek. '[hey returned to the city
u es day.
CIeser, Aug. 15.- A inmarrliage Of in
rest th rougiout ti( state is that of
liss .Alayme Darby nld .1. 1'. A. Itall-W
f laur)en1s, which was solmniliztid oil
'edliesday aftvernoon at' the lole of
h( bride's mother, .\Irs. Darby, at
'owryville, near Chester.
Immediately after the ceremony ir.
nd AlMrs. 'llallew left for the motin
ains of western North Carolina to
pend thelr hoilvneym1oon, after Which
hey will retti'n to Iowr'yVille and he
rith .\rs. Itallew's mother unltil theoir
laildsolle new home, which is on A\r.
lallow's plantation near' Inion, has
.\lr'. Iallew has been superint,-nd
nt. of ti nton hospital :mld i. quito
oular in '111011. Alr'. Inllw S is a pro
aressie idanter of I'n ion and i1.11 1,rens
One of the most heatiful ree-.tFim:e
of the 55season was giv.en by AlMrs. Ern
cst Eastor!:' in \\ednesday aft, in-or
from five to st von o'clock in hotnor l
ier house glests, .lrs. Frank Ilarlper
of Lancast er, aid \l rs. R tussell II.0k
A color scheme of yellow was user
in all the decorations. 'I'Th not' is wer
aglow with suminer flowers of 1hi
tile and 'yetlow lights added he i
Alts. E:ario Wilson and lmrs. Jamec
Davis greeted tite guests at the do)
.\ ms.Douglas Gray Introduced thet
to the receIving line composed of th
lostess, tile guests of holor and ti
lisses Easterby. AMrs. R1olert R1o1
and AlMrs. Joe 'Phinney entertained I
the receiving room. Airs. NI. L. Rop
and .lIss Aartha Owings invited 11
Icallers Into tite dining 001. 1Ule
deliciousll punch and chliCke salt
sandwiches, salted almonds and b(
hons wer'e served from it table spret
with a handsollle cluny lace cover at
massed with yellow flowers. Atrs.
WA. Duinklinl, NIr.s. -W. It. Richey.3
Amrs. if. C. F'lemil and lrs. 1.
.lones presided at the ta ble and th
were assisted by a hevy of colle
girls, aIsses I~aura Emily Dial, lart
flarksdalle, Blerntice \l enL anld Virgin
(ray. Mt's. C. Ht. Ilicks, Alt's. A.
Easterby and Mrs. ILewis Aleng enli
lisses Frtances lDavls, I lattile Gr~
and -Flora llennettt contrtlibhuted to
.ieasurte of the afternloont with mut
If She Doesn't Talk Too Much.
. L The wor'st womantt hiater I know
miy hlusbantd's brothler. Hie Is a ba
elor 31. D. and althojugh busy withI
patients, never forgets himtself'.
seemis to dislike women~i through j(
-ousy of thtemi. As he Is ontly fo)
.three, we intteind starting a campe
at once to convert hitt. I have inti
hutn to dinner Friday evenIng.
have also Invited aln atmiablle and b~e
tiful younig womanti, whio is a practiti
-er ait thte har of justice. She hats
cue to hold the floor for atd in fnt
. of wtomen~f ever'ywherel'. Site my
him over. If thtis inter'ests you I
S senid you the next chapttter.--Exctl
"Why I Put l'p With Itahits for' \e't
Writes N. W~iindor,- iFnrmetr.
. '"Years ago I htotight some1* rat i
on,. whticht itearly killed our finue wa
ydog. It so seared us that. we suffle
a tng time' wi31 rats unt111ill y ne
hor told ;te ah'o RAT'l-SNA '. Tr:
Ste sur1e rat k'ller' and( a safte a:
v. gularmaniteed by I .auriens lird ware''
' 'utaa m's IDrung Stre, antd Kenn
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talte of Souithi Caol Ina,
County of ItreI s.
he Whereas.1 .1. Ii. i isor' made sui
mte to1 g i'anitt hit 141tter's of Admi
tint ion of tile e'state anid effect
1. iTese are, the refore, to cite
dred-i andt~ ('reditors5 of the said .(
Smithi, deOcatSedi, that 111ey bei nt'
vtpeat' before me1, itt lt' 'our of 0
h ate, to be held at Lautrens(
I I [ouse, I auren;, S. C., otn thIe 30t1
rho of August, 1920) next, aftei' p111
VP tiloln hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
ver noon0), to shtow cause, if anly thtey
ulIvhi h said Adnistrati~i ghoul
0es, Gven undrc) miy hiandt this 1 lt.
ccid of August Annlo Donil 19120.
n-tAu J. P'.
Frames of rich, dark br<
are deep, of full spring <
-- -Velvets and fine figur
These sets are beautiful, bo
workmanship and material
of these sets. Some of the
holstrey are blue and gold,
black and gold.
These suits are all specially
a goodly sum of money on
have the best line in the St
S. M. E. H.
Just Thirteen 1n
OVERLAND LIGHT FC
at the present price, as
Iv If you are interested in a:
the NEW LIGHT FOUl
Springs. A car with so n
way across the United
Francisco on ati average <
of gas; and averaged ovei
And if you are interested
see the New Model WILl
such a sensation among a
An automobile that is up
and a car that takes the 2
- where it goes.
Come and see for your se
' KNIGHT is the most bea
as well as lasting and dlu
7East Main Street
th in deig anfiih eto
-ii R -m- t:
B a ck a n cl Si de s
)Wfl Mohogany, the seats
overings of Silk Velours
th in design~ and finish, best of
are used in the construction
coibinations of colors in up
green and tan, blue and tan,
priced, so that you will save
the purchase ar I at the same
ate to select fro,-.
AILKES & CO.
lore Days to Get an
UR OR WIILLYS KNIGHT
the price advances Sept. I st.
mappy light car, be sure to see
R~ OVERLAND with Triplex
ich pep that it went all the
States from New York to San
>over 27 miles to each gallon
1700 miles to each gallon of
in a fine automobile be sure to
4YS KNMGHT, which is causing
11 lovers of swell automobiles.
to the minute in every respect;
ttention of the public in general
alf that the new model WILLYS
utifully lined car on the market,
rable in workmanship and ma
-Laurens, S. C.