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New Ginnery Company Organized"Per
sonal Items of Interest.
Cross Hill, June 22.' -Heavy rains fell
here last Wednesday and again yester
day. The land was rather wet to plow
Saturday. Crops are looking well.
Miss Sara Heeks visited relatives in
Greenwood last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wasson, also
Mr. Austin Leatnan, have gone on a
trip to Charleston.
The tent meeting will probably close
tonight. Good congregations have at
tended the services.
A company is being organized to erect
a new ginnery in town. The promoters
are meeting with success and it is pro
posed to have the plant ready by the
first of September.
The metal roof is being laid on Mr.
W. C. Rasor's new residence. It will
be a handsome structure.
Mrs. Bennett, of Florence, S. C, is
spending a while at Mr. Henry Cole
man's. Mr. Bennett has a position at
Harris Springs for the summer.
A number of boarders have arrived
at the springs and they are preparing
to entertain a large number this sum
The marriage of Miss Leila Putnam,
of Rarksdale, to Mr. Smith Dickson, of
Spread, Ga., took place at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Putnam, on Thursday, June 11th, at
high noon, Rev. E. C. Watson, of Lau
rens, officiating. The wedding was a
quiet one, only a few close relatives
being present on account of the illness
of the bride's sister.
Mr. Elmer E. Putnam, of Virginia
Institute, Bristol, Va., played Men
delssohn's Wedding March. The bride
was preceded by her-sister, Miss May
Putnam, as maid of honor, with Mr.
.James Wilson best man, who were the
only attendants.
The maid of honor was attired in
point de esprit over green while the
bride wore a lovely white silk gown
with a veil to match enveloping her
form and carried a beautiful bouquet of
white bride's roses.
The bridal party left on the 2 o'clock
train for Augusta and other points
south en route to the groom's home.
Mr. Dickson is a progressive business
man, being a member of the firm of
Dickson-Rabun Co., Spread, Ca. He
met his accomplished bride while she
was acting as teacher of piano and
voice in the Spread Graded Schools
during the past winter.
Twenty-Year Sentence.
"1 have just completed a twenty-year
health sentence, imposed by Hucklen's
Arnica Salve, which cured me of bleed
ing piles just twenty years ago." writes
0. S. Woolever, of LeRaysville, N. Y.
Jlucklen's Arnica Salve heals the worst
sores, boils, burns, wounds and cuts in
the shortest time. 25c. at Laurens
Drug Co.'s .and Palmetto Drug Co.'s
drug stores.
How about a Go-Cart7 If you have
not bought be sure to see our line with
bodies in different designs, upholstery,
running gears and umbrellas in differ
ent colors, with the best quality of
rubber tires and the latest improved
loot brakes.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Card of Thanks.
1 want to tender my sincere thanks
to neighbors and friends, as well as the
attending physicians for their unstinted
kindness, sympathy and constant at
tendance upon the afflicted in my fam
ily, recently. May God'8 richest bless
ings go wit h these good people through
life is my earnest prayer.
Respectfully, R. D. HOYD.
Death Was on Mis Heels.
Jesse P, Morris, of Skippers, Va.,
had a close call in the spring of 1906.
He says: "An attack of pneumonia left
me so weak and with such a fearful
cough that my friends declared con
sumption had me, and death was on my
heels. Then 1 was persuaded to try Dr.
King's New Discovery. It helped me
immediately, and after taking two and
a half bottles I was a well man again.
1 found out that New Discovery is the
best remedy for coughs and lung dis
ease in all the world." Sold under
guarantee at Laurens Drug Co.'s and
Palmetto Drug Co.'s drug stores. 50c
and $1. Trial bottle tree.
The attention of the public is called
to the Act of the recent Legislature,
approved the 2Ith day of February,
1'VH, which reads as follows:
AN ACT to Provide for the Re-Enroll
ment and Registration of the Quali
fied Electors of this State During the
Year 1608, and to Provide Compensa
tion for the Supervisors of Registra
t ion.
Section I. He it enacted by the Gen
eral Assembly of South Carolina, That
the Supervisors of Registration in each
county of the State are required to re
enroll all the qualified elector in this
Stale during the yoar 190S.
Now, in conformity with said Act the
said Registration Hooks will be opened
at the office of Supervisors of Registra
tion, in the court house, between the
hours of nine a. m. and (5 p. m., dur
ing the months of July and August.
All persons Will govern themselves
accordingly, and not fail to re-enroll as
provided by law. The Hooks will be
opened on Wednesday, 1st day of July,
bins, and continue open every day in
the week, Sundays excepted, during
months of July and August.
J. I'. CaI.DWRLL, Chm'n.
T. S. Lanc.ston,
B. w. Landford,
?17 tf Hoard of Registration.
********?i# K ?? I ' * '.
Thursday afternoon the members of
the Mysterious Twenty-one Society
were delightfully entertained by Miss
Mary Belle Babb. The chief amuse
ment of the afternoon was progressive
checkers. A delicious salad course,
followed by ices, was served by the hos
tess, and altogether a very pleasant
hour was enjoyed by all. Those pres
ent were: Misses Edna and Anna Sit
greaves, Mary Todd, Kosa Lee Franks,
.lesephine Fuller, Julia Gilkerson, Za
hne Gray, Lint Jones, Willie May Chil
dress, Lucile Marlin, Margaret Miller,
Nell Miller, Annie and Lizzio Uiehey,
Elizabeth Shell, Grace Simmons, Daisy
Sullivan, Josie Sullivan.
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Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dobson have re
turned to the city from a visit at Glenn
Springs and Gaffney.
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Mr. and Mrs. James E. Minter, of
Sedalia, spent Sunday in the city with
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Hev. and Mrs. .J. IS. Carlisle, of
Charleston, visited in the city during
the past week.
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Mr. Reuben B. ("lardy, of Mullins,
spent the week in the city with his
parents, Judge and Mrs. John M.
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Miss Mary Posey has returned from
a visit tb Cokesbury and Honea Path.
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Mrs. John K. Aull, of Newberry, ac
companied Mr. Aull, the popular court
stenographer of the Eighth circuit, to
Laureus last week, and together they
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Cooper on South llai per street,
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Misses Josie and Sadie Sullivan, in
honor of their attractive guests, Misses
Barr, Finley, McSwcen, McCrary and
Smiths, entertained a large number of
their friends at a delightful reception
Tuesday evening of last week at their
beautiful home on West Main street.
The guests of honor are college mates
of the Misses Sullivan, they all having
attended the College for Women in Co
lumbia during' the past session.
Those who met the friends of the
Misses Sullivan wore! Misses Hattic
Kate Easterby, Helen Crisp, Harriet
Anderson, Bessie Childress, Marjoric
Gelder, Wessie Lee Dial, Annie Hull',
Mamie Tolbert, Ethel Simmons, Ruth
Payne, Elizabeth Simpson, Mary Helle
Euller, McGowan, Simpsons, Lily Mil
ler, Annie Belle Childress, Mary Sulli
van, Sarah Bolt, Toccoa Caino and Jes
sie Bolt; Messrs. Clyde Fowler, Frank
Crisp, Hart Richey, Kenncrly Todd,
John Wells Todd. Henry Counts, Jack
McCravy, Marion Wilkes, Albert Dial,
JelT Rhodes. Gus Hart, Fowler Chil
dress, McGowan, Richard Simpson, Roy
Little, Lawrence Barksdale, Tom Bolt,
Carlos Moscley, Duncan Sullivan,
Charles Simpson, Boyce Clardy, Sam
uel Fleming, Douglas Cray. Henry Ir
by, Frank Crisp, Tom Nelson, William
Bean, Robert Owens, Ernest Easterby,
Alfred Barksdale, Albert Simpson,
James Barr, Ilalcott Thomas, Frank
Vance, Artie Foushco and Loyd Lang
st on.
This was in every respect one of the
largest and most enjoyable receptions
of the season, being as it was a meet
ng of all the young college men and
women of the city and numbers of
visitors from near towns. The Misses
Sullivan proved charming hostesses.
The pleasure of their entertainment
will linger long in the minds of their
many guests.
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Rev. and Mrs. James L. Brownloe, of
Albany, Ga., announce the engagement
of their daughter, Eva Petrle, to Mr.
Albert Croswell Todd, of I.aureus, S.
C., the wedding to lake place in Octo
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Miss Elizabeth Guoinzius, of Green
Bay, Wisconsin, arrives in the city to
day for a visit to Miss Josie Sullivan.
Misses Etta Brand, of Wilmington, and
Anna Bryan, of Oreenville, are also
expected and while here will be the
guests of Miss Sullivan.
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The young ladies who have been
spending the past week with Miss Sadie
Sullivan returned Monday to their re
spective homes.
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Miss Emily Mongentertained the la
dies of the Fortnightly Social Club in
her usual charming manner on last
Wednesday afternoon.
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Complimentary to the visiting young
ladies now in the city the young men of
Laurons will give a dance at Fowler's
ballon Friday evening. The cards an
nounce the dance for 0.30,
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The members of tho Fortnightly club
enjoyed a most pleasurable social me t
ing with Miss Lila Hart yesterday
morning at her home on West Main
Porch Shades, Mammocks, Setters,
Lawn Swings, Rockers, Chairs and any
thing you may want for your lawn or
porch at
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Be sure to let us show you our line of
Hammocks In different colors at prices
that will be monoV saved for vim.
S. M. & E, II. Wilkes & Co.
Commencing June
And Running- for 10 Days
We Will Give
Greatest bargains
That have over been offered.
The first thing we are going* to hit is
Ladies' Oxfords
And there will not be but one price on any of
them. They run up in price to $2.50 per pair, but
remember, ALL ONE PRICE
$1.00 per pair.
All the children's low cut
Just Half Price.
All marked in plain figures and you can divide it. j
A beautiful line of 10c, 12 l-2c and 15c 1
to go in this sale, the yard
The prettiest line of Negligee Shirts, all y ?
good values at 50c, only . %J / C
All Millinery cut just hall* in two. Make use of this.
AH Men's Straw Goods cut in two
5 c
A table full of Lace
at per yard.
1,000 yards Embroidery and Insertion,
all 10c goods, per yard
200 yards Embroidery, 17 inches wide to
be rattled off, at per yard
36-inch check Dimity
at per yard.
36-inch Percals
at per yard.
I will have on one table a lot of white and
colored Lawn at per yard
And on this table will be a few pieces of 1<>
A few pairs of Lace Curtains at half price. You
had better see them.
Table Linen, per yard 21c and
A fine lot of Towels to go at a bargain.
All Ladies' white 25c Belts
to go at.
Ladies' 25c drop-stitch Hose
per pair .
Ladies' 15c drop-stitch Hose
per pair.
All boys' 25c knee pants
cut to per pair
All boys' 50c knee pants
cut to per pair
29 pairs of men's pants
each only..
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
$1.00 kind . 09c
75c kind .
50c kind . t &>c
Buy one of these; you can't make them for that.
With every $5 perchase we will sell you 10 yards
of Androscoggan Bleach at 5c the yard.
139 sets of cups and saucers, to go in this
sale at per set
70 sets of 50c white plates, per set
75 sets of decorated cups and saucers, per
set .
75 sets of decorated plates, per set
Ice tea glasses, were 60c, set on sale at
A nice heavy tumbler, per set
A large 10c bottle of vaseline
17-quart dish pan
A nice covered slop jar, 10c for bottom and
10c for top
7 cakes Octagon Soar
X cakes of Buster S< ip
L3 cakes of Polo Soap
7 packages Premium Wash Powder
5 c
Everything: cut with the Big Knife to the quick. Just come on
==we have it and just a little lower than the lowest one.
All Post Cards i cent each.
Yours truly,

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