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imatlo from Royal Grapo
Oroam of Tartar
10 AL?M.N0 LIME PHOSPHATE
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
T. Coke Turner, Esq., of Greenwood,
wtn in the city last week on business.
Mr. .John Cannon spent Sunday In
Mr. Chas. Heining Is at home from
fir. Albert Dial made a (lying trip
i. . daCOll Sunday.
i !iss Luclle Simpson, of Converse
College, is at home for the summer.
Miss Annie Rlchey is at home after
uaort visit to her sister in Augusta.
Prof. NV. P. Culbertson. of Mount
ville, was in the city Monday on busi
Dick Fuller, who has been attending
the University, is at home for the sum
Vir. Kennerly Todd has returned
'? ?n a live months' stay in the State
Misses Willie and Roberta DoiTOh I
tin visiting their sister. Mrs. Wright,
iiss Wessie l.ee Dial left Saturday
:< spond some time in the mountains;
>' North Carolina.
<Hss Olie Adams, of Bethel, York
County, Is in the city visiting Mr. and
Mrs. .T. J. Adams.
.'.iessrs. Phil Huff, Carlos Moseley,
Moore and Hastings Dial are at home
from Wofford College.
Ilossrs. Carl Barksdale and Tom
?nratt, of Clinton, were in the city
,-!..nday visiting friends.
Miss Louise Crews, of Atlanta, ar
rived in the city Monday night to vis
it friends and relatives
'??trs. P.. IL Dalle, of Philadelphia, is
i EARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS.
Take a thirty days Practical course
in our well equipped Machine Shops
mid learn the Automobile business,
und ncccpl good positions. ( HA It
I.OTTE AUTO SCIIO?,.. Uiarlottc, N,
>PE(I \l ROUND TRIP R VTES.
Special round trip rates from Lau-,
n s to:
Philadelphia, Pa., $20.55. Tickets on
:;;-le June !>. 10, 12, It! anil P.i. Final
limit Juno 29.
Ashovllle, X. ('.. $3.50. Tickets on
mi e June Stil and 9th. Final limit
Black .Mountain. ?::.!?:.. Tlckots on
June I"' and Hi. Final limit
Knoxvlllo, Tenn.. $7.ii> Account
Summer School, Tickets on sale
.Inno is. Pi. 2o. 24, 2 ?>: .Inly I. S. 9,
lint) IS only. Ticketi will be limited
lo reach original Starting point not
I At or than l.'i days from, but not ln
: 'ding date of sab'.
Rochester, X. v.. .$211.2:,. Account
? r.cienl Arabic Order Nobles of Mys
|i Shrine. Tickets on sale July 7. 8.
Iilid 0. Fluni limit July 18.
Atlantic City, N. J., $22.45. Tickets
on sale July 7, 8, and 0. Final limit
Tor further information apply to
F. J. Nelson,
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nofvous sys?
i/.i i and caused trouble with your kid
neys arel bladder? Hnvr >?.? pains in
loll B, side, back and till elder'/ Have you
it flabby appearance of thp tne-a, und un
ilir the cvos? A frequent rtoslro to puns
urine? if ho. Williams' Kidney Pills will
cure you?Druggist, Price f>0c.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Prop.., Cleveland, Ohio
LAURENS DHU? iO,
Laurens, S. C.
?luked in 80 minutes with
iSlK Cured qulAt*. Take no nuhstllule.
\ O6O1' by mull or express from Maof.,
*/ 7 Dr. I? *? Sh*rp tt C?... Commerce, Ca,
P " or 50 /rom druggist*.
Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
in the city visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. L. 0. Halle, Sr.
Misses Willie and Lent Jones have
returned from a pleasant visit to rel
atives in Newberry.
Miss Elizabeth Simpson, of the Col
lege for Women In Columbia, is at
home for the summer vacation.
Misses Alluwee Watson and Alleene
Franks have returned from Limestone
College for the summer vacation.
Misses Mary and Julia Sherard, of
Ninety Six, are visiting at the home of
their aunt, Mrs. W. H. Gllkerson.
The Bryan !??< ture. will be held In
the graded school building instead of
the opera house as at tlrst published.
Miss Sadie Sullivan, Jennie Fleming
and Elizabeth Simpson are at home
i from the College for Women, Colum
Miss Amelia Todd, who was operat
ed on last week in Columbia, is lm
. proving steadily but Is still at the
Misses Rebecca Dial, Annie Simpson
and Annie Huff, of Converse College,
arrived at home a few days ago for
The friends of Mr. J. O. C. Fleming
will be sorry to learn that he is con
. lined to his house on account of a
Mrs. William Colder and Miss Mar-I
jorie Gelder, of New York City, are
visiting Mrs. Gelders daughter. Mrs.
E. P. Mint er.
Mr. Geo. McCravy. who was carried
to Columbia last week for surgical
treatment. Is getting along as well as
could be expected.
Miss Jessie Scott, in returning to
her home in Statesboro. Ga., stopped
over in I.aureus for a few days visit
ing Miss Roth Shell.
Miss Mattie Lou Anderson, who has
been visiting Miss Wessie Loo Dial,
left Saturday for Ashevllle, where she
will visit for some time.
Miss Kate Stone has returned to her
home in 1.aureus, after spending sev
eral days with her grandmother, Mrs.
Catherine Reeves, near Harmony.
Mr. Pierce 1 rby left Saturday for
Charleston, where he will join his
brothel'. Mack, in the engineering de
partment of a laic.- lumber company.
Capt. W. R. Rickey, Jr. has been
ordered by Adj. Gen. Moore to the Mex-!
lean frontier to take part in the ma
neuvers lb- will leave about the 10th.
Rev. R. II. Moseley and his son. Mr.,
II. L Moseley with his bride, who have j
been visiting Rev. Moseley's brother,'
tion to accept one at some other point,
Mrs. Mary Knight, of Clarendon. Ar.
kansas, is spending some time in I-au
reus, her native town and county, vis
iting her mother, Mrs. Sarah llrara
lett, and other relatives.
Mr. Messer Babb, after being confin
ed to his home for several months,
was again out on the street Monday
I looking even better than he did before
1 his sickness overtook him,
Snpt. Charles Brooks, of the Ninety
Six school, is a! home for the holidays
He has already accepted the same po
sition for the coming vein and will
return to his duties in the fall.
Mr. J. S. Bonnet) was carried to
Greenville Friday to be placed in a hos
pital for treatment. While his condi
tion is not such as to cause any alarm,
his many friends are hoping for an
Among those from this city who are
takln? the New York trip with the
piers party, by the way ol Iho Clyde
Steamship Company, are Messrs. M.
L, Copoland. W. G. Lancaster and Ar
thur Leo. They will bo gone about
Miss Louise Miller, who bits just
graduated as a trained nurse, after
taking the three years course at Wes
ley Meinoral Hospital or Atlanta, came
down from Greenville Monday to visit
her sister. Mrs. J. G. Sullivan, on
South Harper Street.
Miss Beta Meredith of the local post
OfnCO department, and her sister. Mrs.
Dorroh Peden, of Gray Court, will
leave in a few days for a visit to At
lanta. During Miss Meredith's ab
sence, her place at the postofflce will
be 111 led by Miss AI Ueno Crews.
Dr. J. Knnx Simpson, with Ills moth
er and other member* of the family,
will leave the latter part of this week
lor their summer home at. Montreat,
X (' Dr, Simpson will remain there
I until the 1st of July, when he will go
to Jacksonville to enter upon his du
' ties In the hospital there.
The woman Of today who has good
health, good temper, good sense. bright
, eyes and a lovely/complexion, the re
j suit of correct Tivlng and good diges
tion, wins the admiration of the world.
If your digestion Is faulty Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will
'oorrect It. For sale by all dealers.
I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. j
? ? .. ...... . r^fHMHMtfrifcf*ft
Mrs. II. K. Alken, Mrs. W. R. Mc
Cuen, Mis. Virginia Miller and Mrs.
c. M. Clark are attending the com
mencement exercises at Winthrop
where a number of Laurens girls grad
uate this year.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks are now
making their home in the city, for the
i present being located with their par
I ents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. Hicks. The
i return to Laurens of Mr. and Mrs.
[ Hicks furnishes much pleasure to a
large circle of friends, they being very
prominent in the social and musical
circles of the city.
Will be Married Today.
This afternoon at half past four
o'clock. Mr. W. M. Hates and Mis.;
Frankie S. Heeks, will be married at
the home of the bride-elect's aunt.
Mrs. .lohn M. Clardy. The Rev. W. 13.
! Tbayer. pastor of the First Raptist
Church will officiate. Later in the af
ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hates will leave
for a visit to Washington, Philadel
phia and New York. Returning south
ward they will spend sometime near
Richmond, at the home of Mr. Hales'
parents. After July first they will be
"at home" to their friends in this
The OUt-of-tOWn gUCSts here for the
marriage this afternoon include Mrs.
W. C. Rasor. of Cross Hill; Miss Annie
Moore, of Cow pens: Mrs. W. .1. Moore,
of Greenwood: Dr. ami Mrs. .1. I).
Austin, of Clinton: and Mr. Daniel C.
Reeks of San Antonio. Texas, brother
of the bride-elect: Mrs. WillllOt Smith
and Mss Jene Henderson of Ware
A very quiet, but pretty wedding
was solemnized at the home of Mrs.
L. B. Taylor in Augusta last Thursday.
May 25th, when her eldest daughter.
Miss Ida O. Taylor was married to Mr.
Oliver Ponnington of Columbia, S. C.
Owing to the recent bereavement in
the family no cards were sent out,
only the family and a few (dose friends
of tin- contracting parlies witnessing
til.' ceremony, which was performed
by Rev. T. R. Kendall of St. .lames
Methodist Church, There were no at
tendants. The bride looking very
handsome in a tailored suit of white
<doth. with which was worn a small
white hat. came in with the groom to
the sweet tones of Mendelssohn Wed
ding March rendered by Mrs. c. M,
After a delightful wedding luncheon
Mr. and Mrs. PenningtOU left for Co
lumbia where they will make their
Mrs. Ponnington is tin; eldest daugh
ter of the late Mr. Hiram Frank Tayl
lor and wife, and is a young woman of
excellent Qualities. Mr. Ponnington is
a prosperous young man of Columbia,
being engaged in a large furniture
An Obedient Son.
The proi'JKal son entered (be old
homestead through the kitchen win
dow. "Father can't sny that I dis
obeyed blm," he soliloquised; "ho
warned me never again to darken his
door and I'm heeding his good advice."
Bitterest o. ill.
Thai is tbo bitterest of ai!, to wear
the yoke of your own wrongdoing.*--*
Old Neu Furniture,
Worn out chairs and furniture are
made like m-\v. at a cost of about 20
cents with one coat of L. & M. Varnish ,
.Mahogany, On\<y .Walnut, etc . col
Directions on each can.
Get ii from .1. II. .V M. I.. Nab.
Laurens. and .1. \V. Copeland Co., Clin
When your buvgy and wagon wheels
are rUttlillR the tires are loose. h is
economy to koop your tires Iiu'? t on
your running stock, it takes a real
mechanic to do wheel Work. K. C. F.
lecker has the experience ami tin
tools to do all kinds of carriage work,
in Gray <k- Kastei by s yard.
1 S V.
G LYMPH'S Kit.IIT. A.WAY II v i: It
The Groat System Rulliler
Sold on a guarantee; Money back If
not satisfactory?50c bottle
Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
All persons holding claims against
? the estate of J. P. Saxon, deceased,
J aro hereby notified and required to
present them to the undersigned, duly
proven, on or before the loth day of
June 1911, or le barred.
C. A. Savon.
May 24, 191. Administrator.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mail on
receipt of price fi.oo.
Trlftl Tarkapre by mntl \(\ rents.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop... Clev.Uod. Ohio
LAURENS PRI G CO.
Laurens, S. ('.
Headquarters for Summer Comforts
We have the largest and most complete line of Summer necessities ever
shown in Laurens, including the following well known and popular lines:
Vudor Porch Shades,
Mission Porch Swings,
Arctic lee Cream Freezers,
Colonial Table Glass Ware,
Crex Rugs and Art Squares,
Ball's Sure Seal Fruit Jars,
Old Hickory Porch Furniture,
White]/\lountain IceCream Freezers,
Odorless Refrigerators and Ice Boxes.
We are better prepared to fill your Summer wants than any other house
in Laurens and you will always find our prices most reasonable. We invite
you to call and examine our stock, we are sure you will find what you want
and at money-saving prices.
This week we will throw on the c
counter two lots of the ahove. These c
we bought at a bargain and offered at y
almost half their real value. They J
C come in 5 yard lengths and will not S
y be cut under any consideration. The y
% price is 50 cents and 75 cents. Only a ?
S limited quality offered. Act promptly C
? before they are sold. Can't be dupli? y
* cated this season at fhese prices. %
I LACH CURTAINS |
y This week we open direct from ^
y the manufacturers a line of Lace Cur <
> tains running from 50 cents to SI.50 C
<r a pair. Inspection will prove these to y
? be good value for the money. J
I W. Q. Wilson & Co. \
I f:or the Purpose of j
Q Spartanburg' Business College A
0 offers free luition to ore- person ?
from this county who enters the
school on or before the 2<>th of
June, accompanied by one stud
ent who will take the Full Course
or by two students who each will
take :i Single Course, either Book*
keeping or shorthand,
For catalogue, etc., address,
1.. Neel Vernon, Principal,
Spartanburg) S. C.
When you feel tz:::^.
vous, tired, w >rried or despondent it is a
mire sign you need MOTTS NERVERINE
PILI?. Thoy renew tilt" normal vigor and
make life worth livipg Bo ?.uro and ask for
Mott's Nervfcrine Pills C*U8MS
WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. Props.. CU-eUnd. Ohio
LAl'RKM BRIO CO.
Laurens, S. l\
Stop Scratc hing
par-a?sit-i-cidc cures itch and
mange in 30 minttlcs. Pimples
and Ringworms quickly. Price
j 50c ;it
LA URIONS DRUG C< >.
I ?><><? by mail <?r express from
Dr. I*. J. Sharp & Co., Commerce,
|Gn. Guaranteed, "Take no
Coca Cola Bottling Co.
I.aureus, S. (\
Scholarship mid Entrance
Tho examination for tho award of
vacanl scholarships in Winthrop Col
legG and for tho admission of now stu
doni? will he held at the County Court
House on Friday, July 7, at !? a. m. Ap
I plicants must he not less than fifteen
years of age, When scholarships are
vacant after July 7 til ly will 1)0 award
ed to those making tho highost vor
age at this examination, provided they
Mini the conditions governing tin
award. Applicants for scholarships
! should write to I'rcsideul Johnson he
roic the examination for scholarship
QXfl initial ion blanks.
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will onpn
September 20, 1911. |for further In
formation and catalogue, address Pros
l> It. Johnson, Hock Hill, S. c.
Notice of Citizen's Meeting,
The Hoard of Trustees of tho school
listrict of tint Town of Laurens, S. c
I hereby call a public meet Inn in th>
Courl I louse at Hi o'l !?-. 1:. '!'!.
da v. ,|p mi -Uli, l!'l I, of It'll IliOr o oili
/.ons who I'oturn real rtr personal prop
erty hi said dlstrtoi, for the purpose
of levying a lax on nil such real iilnl
personal property to maintain the city
schoob during the scholastic year,
I '.M l l:'. a nd to ob'Ci t hree t r'u'stoos.
I'v order of the Hoard of Truste,' ?
C. il Kopcr.
17 V. 101!
( OLLEUI (H ( II \ ItLP.S I'ON.
127th Vear l>- : in- September 29
lOiilrnnoo exjiniinatloiis at all the
county seals on Friday, July 7, at
'j a. in.
The college Is well t-iido.wod, en
abling it to maintain the highest stan
it offers complete 1 your course In
Ancient and Modern Languages Mat!
omatlcs, History, Eonuotnlcs, Science
('otirsea for H A . R. S.. and H S
degree with Engineering
A fie.- tuition Scholarship to each
County ot South Carolina. Vacant
lioycc scholarships, giving $100 a year
and free tuition, Open to competitive
examination in Septcmb? r,
Expenses reasonable. Terms and
catalogue on application. Wrlto to
Harrison Randolph, President,
Charleston, s. c.
UNIVERSITY OK SOUTH CAROLIN \.
The Unlvorfilty of South Carolina
offers scholarships in the School ol
Education to one young man from each
county. Each scholarship is worth
$100 in money, and $1S term fee ami
Examination win be held at tho
county seat July i l. 1911. Examina
tion of students generally for admis
sion to the University will be held at
the same time.
Write for Information to
S. c. MITCHELL, President,
Columbia, & C