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CLINTON'S SOCIAL SIDE.
Kurt')* T of I>C light III I Reception Given During the Week. Clinton, July 21).?Mrs. Guy Cope laud beautifully entertained quite a [ftuntber of her friends on Wednesday ght In honor of her guests. Mrs. arvin of Pinewood and Mrs. While flpbul her daughter. Miss Edna of Char jjutest.Mi. Mrs. Copeland's lovely home ^?fvas beautiful with the lawn lighted ,%11 over with Japanese lanterns and Keats all over It. About fifty guests i?were present. On Thursday night the young men ?of the town gave a party in honor of the young ladies In the city. The party was given on the beautiful lawn j?>f Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Shands. Re HreshmeutS were served and the even I ing was thoroughly enjoyed by about !tone hundred young people. Miss Mary Dillard Is visiting Miss KAnnie Austin In Cross Hill this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Owens and ^children have returned from a visit relatives in Gadsden. Ala. Irs. Harlee Branch and children of lanta are the guests of Mrs. A. .V Copeland. Mrs. o. L, Turner of Greenwood is 'Visiting Mrs. B. L. King. Mtss Camlllo Evans of Newberry Is the guest of Miss Essie Young. Mrs. Howard Caldwell and daughter ;fOf Columbia are visiting friends and ?relatives In the city. I Miss Reeks of Cross Hill is visit, ling Miss Edith Austin. Miss Ludy Jordan of Union is visit ling her aunt. Mrs. McCaslin. Miss Virginia Neville lias returned 1 from a delightful visit to her many friends in Yorkville. Misses Mattie May. Julia and Eliza Neville are visiting Mrs. A. M. Alken in Chester. Mrs. R. H. Young has returned from a visit to her mother in Enoree. Mrs. Bethen and children Of Ala bama are the guests of her sister. Mrs. George Young. Miss Alllo Garvin left this week for Georgia where she will visit relatives. Miss Mittie Young has returned from Petersburg, Va., where she has been spending the month of July. Prof. Hall and family have return ed from Chester. Miss En.ma Snyder of Mncon is the guest of Mrs. J. C. Davis. The world's most successful medi cine for bowel complaints ;s Chamber lain'-; Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. II has relieved more pain and suffering, and saved more lives than any other medicine In use. in valuable for ( hJldren and adults. Sold by Laurens Drug Co. Miss Mary Barro of Leesvlllo is visiting the family of Rev. W. B. Baa re Notice. A leetillg of the stockholders of tie' copies Loan & Exchange Rank of Lai ens, S. C. will be hold in the ollice of the bank on August 2:*., 1910, at 10 o'clock A. M. C. W. Tune. July If*. 1910. Cashier. Now is the time to prepare :: your land [for $ ?? ?? sowing [ Cane and F?llet Seed t ? > Fresh Seed of tlio % best varieties at a Posey's Drug Store KARL W. SLOAN MARRIED. Former Well Know Laurens Hoy Weds Arizona Girl. The following from the Bociety page of a Snfford, Arizonh, newspaper is of much interest in Latirens: The marriage of Miss Lilly Bishop ; and Karl \V. Sloan on Thursday even ing came as a complete surprise to their many friends. They were quietly married by Rev. 1). Cardner at the home of the bride's father. \V. II. Bishop, at Solomonville on Thursday evening at 8:30. Only the witnesses were present. The bride is the young est daughter of Mr. Bishop and has lived with hint at their ranch home In Solomonville the past eleven years. She is a charming hostess and Is re. membered by all who know her for her many lovable qualities. Mr. Sloan Is the cashier of the (iila Valley Hank and Trust company at this place and has "many friends who congratulate him. Mr. and Mrs. Sloan left on the morning train for a short stay in California. Turnip Seed all kinds Crimson Clover Red Clover Lucerne Vetch Now is the Proper Season Get the Seed at Kennedy Bros. Laurens, S. C. Big Land Sale! Several lots on South Harper street. ft I acres near Mountville. rents for 2,100 lbs. lint cotton. $25 per acre. House and lot on E. Main street. 8 1-2 acres and 15 room concrete dwelling; Hnest place in upper South Carolina. On easy terms. House and lot near Baptist church. Cheap at $1,600. 321 acres near Garlington station. $ln per acre. Two elegant residences on Sullivan street on easy terms. Two eight room dwellings and one four room dwelling on North Harper St n et, on easy tt rms. One hundred acres tillable land within corporate limits of city, very reasonable ami easy terms. Three lots on South Harper street well located ami cheap. Two elegant farms near McDaniel's mill, well improved, 72 acres and 02 acres, ime neighborhood, schools and churches. A number of fauns and other prop erty for sale, 800 US before you pur chase or sell your properly. ANDERSON BLAKELY. Todd Building Laurens, S. C. DR. CLIFTON JONES Dentist Office in Simmons Building Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219. Automobile Agency Proposition We are distributing agents for the high class, medium price AMES "SO" and have an attractive agency proposition to offer live, hust ling men. Write me for further information. The Irene Garag'e, Harry C. Wheat, Mgr. Gaffiiey, S. C. Salihnn-Dallas. Mr. H. B. Dallas and Miss Fay Sulli van were married Thursday evening at the Baptist, manse hy Rev. W. 10. Thayer. Mr. Pallas is the popular baggage master at the depot, and Miss Sullivan is the daughter of Mr. Addi son Sullivan of this city. Itching Eczema Washed Away, is it worth u."> cents to you to stop that awful, agonizing Itch? Surely | you will spend 27, cents on your drug gist's recommendation, to cool and heal and soothe that terrible itching eruption By arrangement with the D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, we are able to make a speeial offer of a 23-eent bottle of their oil of wlntergreen com pound, known as D. D. D. Prescrip tion. Call, or write or telephone to the Lau t ens Drug Co. W'c absolutely know that the Itch is stopped at once by D. D. D. Pre scription, and the cures all seem to be permanent. Raises Fine Cabbage. Mr. T. P. Poole of Tylersvllle brought to Ttio Advertiser ollice u few days ago a very line 13 1-2 pound cab bage which was raised by Mrs. \V. P. Poole from plants produced by Mrs. T. P. Poole. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets gently stimulate the liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter, cleanse the system, cure constipation and sick headache. Sold by 1,aureus Drug Co. Have Returned (<> Quaker City. The Kruse brothers whose visit to the city was noted last week, have returned to their homes in Philadel phia. We are headquarters for Refrigera tors; Ice Cream Freezers: and Water Coolers, and are offering them at prices that will be sure to save you money. S. M. & B. II. Wilkes & Co. Takln? Vacation*. The Lnurens cotton mills shut down Saturday at noon for two weeks. The mills at Clinton also closed for a period of two weeks at the sann- time. The Walts mills had planned to give its operatives a vacation at this time too, hut the order was revoked several days ago. WHY WOMEN SUIT Kit With Piles mid llow to l ind a Last Constipation is a most frequent cause of piles. That is why women suffer more often from ;dles than men. indoor work and lack of exercise brings on the attacks. The Laurens Drug Co. si 'i Elent Koid, an internal, tablet remedy for piles, on the understanding ?iat you can have the money back if dissatis fied. $1 for a large bottlo. Dr. Leon hard! Co.. station D, Buffalo, x. v.. mail booklet on request. imr ( ure. FALLING HAUL fail Knall] He Slopped: Also Dandruff and Itching Scalp. it' Parisian Sage doesn't stop falling hair, Itching scalp, and eradicate dan druff In two weeks, The Laurens Drug Co stands ready to refund your money without argument or red tape of any kind. Parisian Sago v III put a fascinating radiance into any woman's hair in u le v days. r'muuiuu Cahihun, of Hotel Royal, tJuoyros. Ohio, on Marc!? Ii .">. r.Ut). wrote: "Mother's hair began to como out very badly and her sealp was so sore it was very bard to do anything lor it. Parisian Sage proved a grand success every way. Her hair Btopped coming out. dandruff all disappeared, soreness all left the scalp and her hair is coining in again very nicely." Large bottle BO cents at Laurens Drug Co. Mr. .1. K. Jacobs and Mr. W. .1. Ralley were up from Clinton in their car Sunday. o Remember That This Sale Start j Is Still Going 0 u V T? fh I ,o c A I a Dies Are I a T Be Sure ? >d at wiifa Bargains j?o k T h ro is 2 ? h a \ \ \ \ r, v 3 ?? I Laurens, S. C.