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Complimentary to Miss Margaret
ITnney of Clinton. Misses Ethyl ami
Uutli Lungston entertained it iiutnhe -
of frieinls on Friday evening. Heart.,
was t*n?' gnino of the evening, Ilm high
est scores in ..li<!i were won hy Mis.
Annin nolle Clilldress und Mr. Gary
Eichelberger. The liysl pH>ct\ a ilnlno
e rose III pin. wi - win hy Mis C! ild
ress und pyos< nti 'I to tin ???>.?? | .of hi n
or: M r. Elch? it" i gor v. .is p.-. se.nl ?<! a
box of candy. After <? .nts. a salad
course v. Ith I .,i ehoeolal ? wa i si iwetl
East.?!?;.>. /> u;!e I. !li: and si" <,; ??
und I iiiitt ? lio-ioli, M -y :? ndei i i
Wim, i. .h an . Emnla < . I ...
Trih! |n, m i! Wi: . Spliiv hi: ami M
rs Kranit m 1 .1 ,<-U MeCi: ,y. Williuiii
Mcilov . n. Mart and Gr'oy? r i': the
lloyce Clardy, Hoy Little, Lawronie
Hoff. .In Smith, 11 v Eichelberger.
Eowler .:;:?! Iii? hard Child "ess. Charh
Floniing, 'I om I to!t, i; < - .!.?.-? n .. John
Holt. i>i< hard I' l! '1\ Utiherl Hi nr.
I last ings I ?:.?! U!id .Inn.' s I'oihl,
t oruo >n ;' i t hi' home of \l rs. .1. 11
Tongue. The r gU'.irly nrragoed seheil
tllo i'OS' tho stinlN of the eliih >d for
"Opetl d:\) ". and i he :?!< -i nn..a wits
speui in the On cession of current
events of intern I an! papers d Illing
with these ev. \ ? number .??
t he llldii ??? Wi re pr sent and ;?. Inoi
enjoyahle al'ieruooti was spent. '!!,?
hoslci s served d.< I jghl l?:! rol ri shim nis
at the cotielusii u of the discussions,
Tin- .1. I!. K< rshaw chapter. V, I?. ('..
met Thursda> tifternoeii :.t the home
of Mis. Uoherl E. Copelaml in its an
nual memorial to tin- memory of Hoh
er! Edward Lee. Mrs. ,1. s. Bonnet,
historian for ti"- el apter. prepared tho
tribute to the I in of the Smith's groat
est general, 'lie paper was a heailti-;
fill trlhllte and was heard with much
pleasure hy the members. Mrs. .larew
Sullivan read Mane interesting sketch
es connected with (lie private life and
the public career of tlen. Lee. After a
short discussion relative to the pro
posed monument to the soldiers of iho
Confederacy, (bo hostess of Hie after
noon Si rved a salad course with coffee.
There were !?"? members of the chapter
present on this in 'tision,
The W?nde: im.- Minstrels were splen
didly euti rtained by Mrs. H. T. Dun
lap on Erlday evening of last wuck.
The program of vocal ami instruinen-j
tal music, to Hie making of which each
guest contributed bis or her share,
war. up to the high standard that pre
cedent bus established for this delight
ful informal ami voluntary llSSOCin,
tlon. A s:.lad course with hot choco- ,
late and sweets was served during
The banquet hist Tuesday evening
by the Royal Arch Masons of this city
was one of the most enjoyable social
events of the season, there being some
thing like a hundred and fifty guests
present, including the Masons and
their wives, sisters and friends. The I
banquet was served in live courses by
the King's I laughters, the menu being
WOB selected and elegantly served.
Toasts were offered and responded to
by Rev. W. 10. Thayer. Messrs It. E.
Babb, .L s. Machen. (Jeo. T. Bryan of
Greenville ami Ohas. iL Ilighley of
Augusta. Mr. R. V Cooper, high
priest <?f the local i hapter, was master
Mi isos lb ssie Roland and Minnie
Babb. leaders of the .Iuvenile society
of the El rat Methodist church enter
tained tiie young inombers of that so
ciety at Miss Roland's homo on last
Erlday a ft i moon.
Each member was to measure hit
and herself and an offering was given
at. five cents a foot,
Tin* younger sei wore ontortnlned
at various interesting games from
three to four o'clock. The rest of the
society came at four ami enjoyed the j
afternoon in a book contest. ', ,
Delicious refreshments were served
by the hostesses, consisting of ambro
sia and white cake.
One of the most elaborate entertain
ments of the season was the reception
Tuesday afternoon to the members of
the Mysterious Twenty-two club hy
Misses Annie and Elizabeth Richey at
their home on West Main street. For
this occasion, the halls, both parlors,
and the dining room were artistically
decorated in .appropriate colors, to
which was added a profusion of pot
lilants. ferns and palms. From Iho
chandelier in the dining room wore
draped red ribbons, caught In graceful
drooping hows at the corners of the
table, while tho centor of the table
was a mass of flowers and ferns.
The amusement of the afternoon
v. as a guessing contest, a number of
questions bolug asked and answers
given with words formed from the in
itlals of the guests; ns in the question
?'Who Is your favorite author?". Mist?
Ell/.al ''i i'. Kb hey answered "F.. I'.
Koi ." After a most enjpynblo hour
at this contest, tho guests wore invit
ed into the dining room where a live
COtirso luncheon was served. The
Courses wire: grape fruit with ma
rashino Cherries; terrapin chicken, po
tato chips and celery: fruit salad, with
white cherries stuffed with almonds,
and fro7.en punch: sllllbuh; black cof
fee. The Misses Richiy were assisted
in BOrvIng hy Mrs .1. I. Adans and
.Mrs. W. R. Richey. Jr.
In addition to the members of the
club, those invited were: Mrs. .1. Allgor
Smyth. Jr. and h?r guest. Miss Annie
Lobby of Summervllle, Mrs, II, K,
Alken. Mis ('has. F. Rankin. Mis. W.
F. Lucas, and Misses JcanUle Stomy
and Harry Kronsnn.
Saved at Dentil's Door.
The door of death seemed ready to
open for Murray W. Avers, of Transit
Bridge, N. V.. when bis life was won
derfully saved. "I was in a dreadful
Condition," he writes, "my skin was
almost yollOW; eyes sunken; tongue
coated; emaciated from losing 40
pounds, growing weaker daily. Viru
lent liver trottblO pulling nie down to
death in spite of doctor-. Then that
matebleSS medicine Electric Hitlers
cured me. I regained the m pounds
lost and now am well and strong."
For all Stomach, liver ami kidney
trotlb'Cfl they're supreme. 60c at Lau
rens Drug Co. k Palmetto Drag Co.
Colored l.nd Burned lo Death.
A 5-ycar-old colored boy, son of
I-rank Harrison who lives two or three
miles out from ('Hilton, was burned
to t't'iith Thur8(1 uy afternoon. It is
i!i<- old. old story parent ; absent,
-hildren shut up alone in cabin, cloth
ing of unfortunate, lad cateli on lire
from oil' n fire-place and lie la fatally
burned wlthhl It few minutes before
ii I ilauce < ould be ri lid. red. ('oro
il r llalrston Investigated Hie ease
riihirdey and foun I the boy's death
SIM' I .! l.'UN It \ 1I V, \\ ( ()M1J '? i v.
i S< !n >:.:!.? I iT>'.-; lye June -0, IU00.)
X. |! 'I'll ? schedule llgures show
the tune. H al trains may In- expected
pooh d in iirri" ?? and depart but tin.
limes shown are not guaranteed.
Mast an.I West hound (rains from
Spnrtanburg, s. ('.
7:30 A. M. No. 315, daily, tor Char
lotte Wellington, K'ieliinoni. New
Vork and iuUrniediato points. Ar
rive Chvlrlotln 10:0? A. M. Ulclimmid
':.:n M? Washington 10:65 I'. M.,
New Vork l!:30 A. .M.
f:50 A. M. No. 12, dally except
Sunday, toy < harlottc and IntcrmOdh
it" points. Arrive Charlotte I;': l."
I : IV ,\l. -No. 1.2, dally I ical, for
Itl.cluuoiid and intermediate, points,
Arrive Pichmoiid 7:0(i A. M.
.".: . a I*. .?I. No. : S, daily, ("Now
Voi k-Atlam i-.Ww Orleans Limited")
for Wa: hini;ton, New Vork and the
Bast. A .-rive Washington o :?*><? A. M..
New Vork, i iD 1?. to. Pullman cars,
8:10 P. m No. .to. daily, for Char
lotto and tnterinediatQ points.
0:00 i'. M No. 30, daily, I'm- Wash
ington and New Vork. Pullman cars,
dining curs. Arrive Washington 50: to
A. M.. New Voi 'v 5:00 I'. M.
lo::;o A. M.- No. '.?. daily, for Ashe
vlllo anil intermediate points. Arrive
'she\ llle 2: lo P. M.
PtoO I'. M. No. 13, daily, for Ashe
vlllo and intermediatu points. Arrive
Ashevllle 0:15 p. M. Parlor-cat'.1 car.
West bound trains from Greenville,
0:50 A. M. No. 20, daily, for Atlan
ta ; i l llirmlnghnin. Pullman cars,
dining cars. Arrive Atlanta 10:30
A. M.. arrive Hirmhigluun 4:00 1'. M.
II::.". A. M. -No.:::i, daily, lor At
lanta and Intermediate points, con
noctlng at Atlanta for all point.; west.
Arrive Atlanta P. M,
l :30 p. M. No. daily ("New
Vork-Atluntn-New Orleans Limited")
lor Atlanta and New Orleans. Ar
rive Atlanta 5:00 N. M., New Orleans
7:55 P. M. Pullman sleeping car,
club car, Observation car and dining
2:35 P. M.?No. LL, daily local, for
Atlanta and way stations. Arrive
Atlanta 8:30 P. M.
1:10 A. M.?No. 35, daily, solid
train to New Orleans with pullman
ca^s and dining car. Arrive Atlanta
5:00 A. M., New Orleans 8:30 P. M.
Soutlibound from Columbia.
6:55 A. M.?No. 2'.?. daily, for Sa
vannah and Jacksonville. Pullman
7:.*.."> A. M.?No. 1-, daily, for Char
leston and intermediate points.
:;;.".() P. M.?No. 11. daily, for Char
loston and way stations.
2:15 A. M. No. IG, daily, for Char
leston. Pullman car.
Summer excursion tickets now on
For further Information, call on
ticket agents Southern railway, or
.1. L. Meek,
A (5. P. IV A.. Atlanta, IIa.
;\ H. Ackert.
V. 1'. & G. M., Washington. IX C.
W. B. McGee,
T. P. A.. Augusta, O
I to you want the lu st Lantern made?
Then, buy on.- of our Hli/./.ard lanterns
isk your neighbor, In- has one.
S. M. E. M W dkes ?i Co
ARE YOU SATISFIED
WITH YOUR STOMACH?
Do you want a better one?one that won't
belch gas, or Iura sour, or ieel heavy ot make
you iccl miserable?
It relieves stomach distress in five minutes.
It turns old, unsatisfactory, rebellious stomachs
into new or.es, ever ready lo digest the hearti
est lir v.l.
Wo guarantee Mi-o-na tab
let* to cure stimnch disease.
Money back if they fail.
I 50 Cents a Large Box
Laurcus Drug Co., I.aureus, s. c.
.In. i a few of the many tiling you
will llnd on our ten cent counter; :.' 1-2
gallon milk buckets, 1-2 gnllon gradu
ated cups. 1-2 gallop milk pitchers,
10 quart dish pans, come and looK
11., t.i over.
s. M. & E. 11. Wllkos & Co.
Slop pitying rent I?) Intestina; jour
rent monej in n home of your own.
The plan i? eiisy, the nil) is open.
\crth L.nirens lleitlt) Co.
??The reason most men do not n
C llle VC more Is because the) do not
Moral: lit!) a lot at .North I,aureus
DIAMOND /JJ^'\ BRAND
I> I t MOM l> II U A Ml I" I 1. I s, foi I III v .flvO
years regarded as Dest,Safest, Always kclfnl lo.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
fiS& EVERYWHERE JBSS
Out of The Ginger Jar.
The ruler of the roost provideth not
"Time flics," orten the lover. "Time
crawls," mouus the prisoner.
One can very often cut ''.own his ex
;> uses hy cutting out his uxtravugnnc
Tho iunn who is always putting his
fo< t (Sown Is pretty sure in time to en
( tninter it tacit.
'! 1 ? "sundries" Item In a man's pcr
? I.; I uc< (inni ii .? ; oi'li ii ' over a mul ?
11 is ouu. isn t I:'. I hut m a worn! i nil
of !'. i buttons on.- n ivor by any < h: uce
conies upon ti loi t huttohlrhl V
I.' you ilepi ; while your host still
wuni.i you i , stay
You're sure of ti welcome when next
you're l! ;:t v ay.
From February Farm Journal.
* * ;>; :??f :i it 11y for I In? iniiu nho is
i?r ted. ?ben uppnrdihli) linuelvs
at >n.uv tlnar j? . should he ri'iulj to
dpi ii il ill (in c.
i.h i:x> i:
For raffle in Seed < ntton nud rupiiek
cd I Inl ('niton.
s i Me of South Carolina,
oiint) of Lauren .
Pursuant to tin net of tl'>> general
tissouihly of South Carolina', approved
tho iMh day of February, A. 1). 1905,
He ii resolved bj Iho county hoard
of commissioners of l.aurens county,
in the slnto of South Carolina, in regit?
Iiir annual meeting assembled; that
the lie use for Lralllc in seed cotton
and unpacked lint cotton within the
limits of said County for and during
tho period beginning the l">th day of
August r.nd ending the -Olli day of
December of tho year A. D, 1910 be
und tho same Is hi.by fixed in the
sum of two hundred and fifty dollars.
All licenses to bo issued l>y the clerk
of court of said county as provided by
Hone at l.aurens. S C. in regular
annual meeting this the Gth day of
January. A. 1>. 1910.
All est ;
11. P.. Humbert.
Plant Wood's Seeds
ft For Superior Crops ?
Wood's 30th Annual Seed Book
is one of the most useful and com
plete seed catalogues issued. It
giveH practical information about
tho bestand most prolitable seeds
to plant for
The Market Grower
The Private Gardener
Wood's Seeds are grown and
selected with special reference to
the Soils and climate of the South,
and every southern planter should
have Wood's Seed Book so as to
be fully posted as to the best seeds
for southern growing. Mailed free
on request. Write for it.
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, ? Richmond, Va.
Wo aro headquarters for
Grass and Clover Seeds, Sood Po
tatoes, Sood Oats. Cow Poas,
Soja Boan*. and all Farm
and Gnrden Seeds.
on Chewing and
< )ur buyer h is overstocked
tts on Tobacco and in orde r to
reduce stock we will use the
knife freely in cutting prices.
The usual 15c plug now roc
The toe kind now 3 for 25c
Close prices on 6 11>. and 10
We have iu stock, Thorough
Bred, Red Meat, Red J nice,
Hilly Possum, renn, G. v\: (!.,
Key Note, Free and Hnsy,
T. C. i)., Rich and Ripe, Kagle
Kite, Wheat Bread, Apple,
Natural Leaf, Sweet Mash,
I Grape Vine, North America,
I R. J R., Schnapps and Ripe
Teach, also Rich and Waxy.
Chaw Brown's Mule Tobac
Use a Blount's Lister Blow,
makes farming a pleasure.
At. the old stand.
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
That Big Special January Sale is still going on J|
and the Bargains are fretting more numerous ? *
every clay, so come to see us.
Still a few yards of that $1.25
yard Silk left, only
!) >n't forget the Dress Goods, -7
all50c ^oods only ?v"
Poe Mill Bleaching that is #f\o
worth good money, now ?vrO
A now lot of Calico just re
ceived, all you want at yd.*
A oij;- line o" n'cj new Corset
Covers, only . .
Watch that big Towel display
in the window Sat. each ?
Every one of those Shoes that we
put out at 98c pair is gone, but
we are going to put greater bar
gains out than ever before
at only. ...?
10 dozen blue Over Shirts for the
working man and the price ^
to suit him
5 and fOcts Store
All those beautiful Lamps ^ 4
that were 50c to 75c now * * ?
Get you :) set of those beautiful
Cups, Saucers and Plates AQl
only . ? '?
7 cakes Gold Band Soap 25c
7 cakes Fairy " 25c
?7 cakes Grandpas " . 25c
7 pkg's. Grandmas Washing
12 packages St arch 25c
3 big Pencil Tablets only 10c
With every $5.00 purchase you
get a large picture free on Saturday,
size of picture 1(1x20.
Sec that Tobacco, only 30c ib. by
Yours for Business and Bargains
J. L. Hopkins
Just Received Another Solid Car of
in! [ Dill fiFW^^^L^
R&i l@a?9l BS
HI if L
To be Sold at Money Saving Prices
Thc?c Suits wore bought on a contract made before the advance, which will enable us
to sell them at prices that will save you from live to seven dollars on the suit, they arc first
class goods, being made of solid oak, beautifully finished in golden oak, they arc luted with
best beveled French Plate Mirrors, large rolls on bead and fool of bed, also rolls on dres
ser and wash stand.
Every piece of
goods bought of us
as represented or
your money back.
Wilkes pays the freight on bills of $10 and over.
& E. Ho Wilkes & Co.