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Airs. NVill Itobertson spent Friday ht
4 Mrs. R. C. iHilton, of Columbia, is
lxpected today to visit. her mother,
Mirs. ,baura idasterby.
- Mi. iskine Todd, of Little Rock, Ar
kansas, is the guest of his mother,
Mrs. -M. L. Todd.
IMrs. J. S. pennpit and .\1s. M. .
Roper attended the U. D, C. conven
tion in Greenwood last week
-Mrs. (A. J. Christopher and Mrs. J.
C. Owilng spent Vednesday in Green
.illel / .
Mrs. -'arvey B. Gray, of Fountain
,n is sPending it few weeks -in the
ity with relatives and friends.
Al17.' W. U. Dial r9turned 'Friday
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Childes Calhoun. in liarlington.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank Caine, Mrs. Ce
cil Roper and Mrs. Cliarles Fleming
spent Mionday in Greenville.
Mis. J. 0. C. Fleming left Monday
for a visit of a fev days to her sister,
Mrs. -J., C. Barton, in Anderson.
Dr. Goiar .\lock and soins, of Green
ville, spent S'unday 'in town with rela
'Phil i-luff, Otis Huff and Frank Mc
Cravy left yesterday fr -t hunting trip
in Kershaw and Horry counties.
Mr. ledgepath who has been visit
ing hIis daughter, .Mrs. George Harp,
on Mqck street for the last week, left
Sunday for his -home in' Columbia.
-Miss Laur~e Kennedy who is study
,,ing at Ander'son college, will arrive
Friday to spend the Christmas holt-'
Calhoun McGowan, of Charlotte and
Williai'McGowan, of Greenville, spent
the week-end with th'eir .Parents, Mr.
and - Mrs. F. P. MLcGowan.
'Mrs. Earl Wilson, of Gastonia, and
'Mrs. Jagnes Stout, of Washington, are
visiting .Mrs. 'D. A. ?Davis. They will
iemain for the C0hristimas holidays.
Mrs. J. T. Johnson, of Spartanburg,
spent Wednesday with her sister, Miss
Josio Anderson, on her _way to th'e
U. D. C. conyention in Greenwood.
Mr. C. A. Power, Mr. A. C. Todd,
and Solicitor H. S. Blackwoll attend
4d the funeral of Judge Frank B.. Gary
in Abbeville Saturday.
Mrs. Ed Burnsides has returned to
her hoife in Greenwood after a visit
Ao her! mother, Mrs. Rosalie A. Sulli
Mr. and Mrer C. 'P. Vincent have re
'turned from Vernville, -where they
hbave 'been visiting 'Dr. Vincent's par
-ents while lie was recoveritig -from a
Frank P. McGowan, Jr:,- Rhodes
scholar, has landed in New York from
'England and is expect9d to arri've iit
ihe city Thursday to visit his parents,
Mr. and ure. F; P. McGowan.
e-Mrs. J. N./IHudgens, Harold and
.Caroline Iludgens and Miss Harriet
Bishop were the week-end guests of
Mr. and MNi. Tom Switzer In Spartan
The friends of the .Rev C.. IE. 'Ver
million will regret to heiri that his fa
ther, *MurJoe Vermnillion, of D~onalds,
wVith~ whonm lie' has 'been -the last few
wveeks, passed awlay yesterday. The
funora'l will be held today at 'Donaldls.
Miss Rebecca Adams, who fs a fresh
man at Chicora had a signal -honoi' he
sto,wed on her ,by hei' schoolmates r'e
cently when she wvas chosen as one of
twelve pi'ettiest girtsa In the golle'ge.
These tiwelve are annually elected to
f'olng the "beauty calender" in the an
nual, each girl having a full -page -pqr'
trait .in the annual. 'Miss 1A'dams -will
represent 4ipril and' will 'be photo
graphed with Easter illies.
Mrs. Fleming Honored
Honoithg Mrs. *Chai'les . Flemning,
Milases Willie and 'Olynthia Jones en
tertained at a ~iarge card party Thui's
day afternoon, th'ere being five tables
of ifrldge and four-of Rogk. The rooms
wvere beautifully decorated in lpot
plants an'd daisy chry'santhemuls. At
the conclusion of a nuhiber of gatnes
the' hostesses wvith Mrs. Cecil Roper
and tirs. R .F, Jone* sei'ved a salad
-couive with tea,
Mr. an~d Mr4. J. W. L, itle Hoinored
'Mr. and Mrs. Ross 'D. Youn enter
tainsd at a lovely dinner party at
'Friday evening given. hnr liongr df Mr.
and;,' rs. J. W, littlet, -of Clinton.
The being present were ~4. and Mrs.
it~fr Mr.' and 'Mrs.. try
M ad a rs. If. B. Hipi ?1.'Itntl Nrs.
I~,'ttle, Mir, and MrsA . 'oing;
Mi ndMrs. H. 'D. Ratdh1Mr. and
Mre, Y., J. l)1alock, Mr. ,md 'ds. 'Ge6.
A. belapdi Dr. and, Mrs. J II.
~ ~1ts.ideney' Entertilg. Chib
oge Phinney 'was .i batrning
'b bp o her Forty-'Il\Wo .01lub On Fri
d A'tonoon.. Seyen ti.bls~' uosts
enigfed a. spirIted' series of i tidej in
t~4 of red roses, After att heilr's
olf hostess 'assiste' y 'fsef
Virk1 1a anid ,iaytta' Dailtedafe gnd
Miss Dial Makes Debut
The following account of th'e debut
f Miss Laura Eily Dial will be read
vith especial interest by her many
Warhington, il~lc. 7.-Senator and
6rs. 13. Dial of iSouth tarolina in
roduced their debuttinte daughter,
iss 10mily 'Dial, to society-this even
ig. Mrs. Dial was assisted, by Mrs. A.
). Stanley, iwife of the senator from
Centucky, .Mrs.1latic Potter, Mrs. Ar
hur MeArthur, Mrs. J' A. Conndr,
frs. T. Q. Donaldson, i.\iss Grace Ito
)er and Mis. JRebecca Dial. The fol
owing assisted in receiving: .l iss
[Amura. Bryn, Miss ,nnma Stitt, 'Miss
Dlizabeth Jones, 'MisE Lillian 'ihoi
ion, Miss Catherine Radcliff and .Miss
Party for .[rs. Fleminig
Added to a long series of parties
riven i1n honor of, Mrs. Cha'les Flein
ig, was an espccially attractive
lridge-luncheou of 'four tables on
Tkiesday morning by Mrs. R. E.
Rughes. Christmas decorations were
ii order, crepe paper, Santa Clauses
and bright branches of holly decorat
Ing the, rooms, and the place cards be
ing poinsettas to which was attached
a card, describing the characteristics
of each guest in original verse. After
a series of gamnes, the hostess assisted
by Mrs. Carl Balrksdale, Mrs. Cecil
Roper, Airs.' obert Roper and Mrs. Al
bert .DIal, served a delicious luncheon,
tle holiday spirit being again in evi
dence in the tiny Christmas tree .with
which each plate was decorated. 'Mrs.
Cresswell Fleming was presented with
a pretty deck. of cards as' der of the
higheat score, Mrs. Charles Fleming,
as guest of honor, withi a bridge novel
ty, amd Mrs. 13. IM Cowherd, of Green
wood, the house guest of Mrs. Hughes,
with a lovely vanitycase.
Foot Ball Captain Elected
Following the banquet of the Lau
rens Business League last Tuesday
night when the high school foot-ball
squad met and elected Lawrence KIl
go as captain for next year and James
Templeton as assistant .captaflT' Carl
Thompson was captain of the ,team
ifts that are
re those . whi
ter day, yea
g your sele(
Lake will be a
rve every da
ur display~ is
ad most reast
Iisit our storE
Business Is Ihnproving
Fronm the monthly report of the
)fjuitable IMfe Assurance Society of
Mr York, for October, furnishe(d by
V. JI. Roddey & C"o., of Rock lill,
;eneral agents for N(AhI and South
'arolina, it is gratifying to -know
lit the local agent at Clinton, Ilugh
j. lichelberger, ranked second among
ifty-,flve agents for the month of
)ctober. having placed over $100,000
vorth of business in th's county.
Msing Sun Chapter fo. 6, I. A. M.
A regular convocation of
Rising ISun Chapter, No. 6,
R. A. M., will be held on
FRIDAY NIGHT, Dec. 15th.
at 7:30 o'clock. Members
kre requested to be present and to be
n hand at the appointed hour. Elec
Ion of officers for ensuing year.
JAS. H. SULLIVAN, fi. P.
. . RiOFF, Sec.
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LAURENS, S. C.
IF SICK, BI
Don't Take Calomel! "Dodso
Doesn't Gripe, Salivate (
Lose a Day's Wor
tigh! Caioinel imakes you sick. It's
10'1'ile ! Tfake IL dose of the daniger'
our drug tonight. adI tOnori'Ov vou
amy lose a (ay'.s work.
Calomnel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necosis of tile bones.
Calomel, when it comes into contact
with soui' bile crashes into, it break
In* it . Tl i Is w en yo feel that
awful nausea and cr'amnping. it' you
are sluggish and "'all knocked out," If
your liver is torpid and bowels -con
stipated dr you have headache, dizzi
ness, coated tongue, if breath is had
to serve dA
nplete by ma
lion you mi
and, too, w
, most varie
ce to be 'fouji
n's Liver Tone" Acts Better and
ir Make You Sick-Don't
01r StLOmMacl Soil t. just tr'y a s1poonful
Iof ha rmo less lOodson's il AveTon o - t
ihere's my gtuarantee---Go to any
(ru1g stor'e and get a bottle of -Dod
soi's Liver T']ojie for a few cenits. Take
a spoonful andI if it doesn't. straighten
you right. u) and Ial--e you feel lne
and vigorous I wat you to ro ibaek
to the store and get you rI money.
Dodson's Liver Tone Is destroying the
sale of calotnel because it is real liver
medicine; entiirely vegetable, therefore
it can not salivate o0 maike you elk.