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It A BUN NEWS.
^ Rabun, Feb. 19.?At the beautiful country home of Mr. William Mahon noar Rabun Creek church, Miss Car rie Mahon and Mr. Archie Bean of Easley were married Sunday evening, L February ,18th, by Rev. E. V. Babb of 1 Easley. Only few relatives and friends were present. After Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Beam will make their home in Easley. We wish them a long and h?u>py life, htrs. G. W. Babb, and Mrs. Nancy gW^Kena were the visitors of Mrs. T. F. Hlabb Friday. Mrs. Eliza Mahon and Mrs. Lizzie ^vCheek spent Saturday with Mrs. Bel ton Owens in Eden community. Mr. Julius Babb 1b spending several days with Mr. Qeorge Babb of Barks dale. Miss Edna Owens, after spending several days with her sister, Mrs. Claude Wasson of Friendship, return ed homo Saturday evening. Mr. Solomon Mahaffey of Eden com munity spent Friday night with Mr. T. F. Babb and Saturday with Mrs. Nancy Owens. Misses Mae Roper, Bettle Weeks and Palmer Roper, Miss Allle Babb and brother, Mr. Houston attended a school' entertainment given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Nash Saturday night, which was very good, and was enjoyed by all present. Mr. Sloan Mahon bought a fine mule from Mr. Bill Oruy of Gray Court Sat urday. ? Mr. Anderson Abercromble of Hl<fk ory Tavern section, spent Thursday night with Mr. W. D. Owens. Bow's ThlsT We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ' ward for any onse of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. .1. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. .T. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by his firm. Walding. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern ally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 7T>c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. 3 Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. We are showing a very unusual value In Steel Knives and Forks at 90 cents per set. S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co. ************ * TYLEBSVILLE DOTS. * Tylersvlllc, Feb. 19.?One of tbe most elaborate dinners of the season was given by Mrs. T. P. Poole on last Sunday in honor of her daughter, Miss Nine Poole. of Spartanburg. The house was beautifully decorated in pot flow ers. On account of the Inclemency of the weather only a few were present. Those that enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Poole were Misses Nina Poole, Eva Scott and Eva Cannon of Spar tanburg and Mr. W. C. Winters of Ty lersvllle. Everyone enjoyed the day Immensely. We are sorry to report that Miss Lucy Donnan has been sick at her home. Mrs. Joe Prior and little son, Ralph have returned to their home near Lau rens. Miss Grace Poole Is visiting friends and relativos In Spartanburg. Mr. J. S. Cratg of Clinton spent the week-end at his homo In this Bcction. Mr. Furman Poole was in Laurcns on business Friday. Rev. J. C. Davis made an Interesting talk at Sandy Springs Sunday. On account of the scvero rain only a few assembled to hear him. When her child Is In danger a wom an will risk her life to protect it. No meat act of heroism or risk of life is necessary to protect a child from croup. Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and all danger is avoided. For sale by all dealers. *************** * * * TRLMTY-RIDGE NEWS. * * ? *************** Tbe enrollment of Trinity-Ridge school Is larger this year than ever before. The total enrollment up to date is eighty-three. New desks had to be ordered to -accommodate the new students. Although the weather has been very bad, the high school attendance for the past month has been very good. The average attendance for tho month was 9f> per cent of the enrollment. During the month, the following stu dents had perfect attendance: Nathan Harksdale, Jennie Bolt, J. C. Irving, Mary Bolt, Maggie Clardy, William Davis, Charles Williams. Larry Boyd, Robt. Cain, Thomas Williams, Mary Harksdale, Marcus Boyd, Ryland Boyd, I Robt. Barnett, Walter Clardy, Minnie I Irving, Geo Langston and Mattlo Kate Owings. Minnie Irving has not been absent a day in nearly five years. The friends and patrons of the school are cordially invited to attend Washington's birthday exercises, Thursday afternon at 2:110 o'clock. Ev erybody in the community is expect ing a "treat" on Friday night, March 1. The play "All a Mistake" will be given by local talent at the school building. The boys and girls are working hard, and they feel sure of a grand success. After spending several days with Miss Mary Owlngs, Miss Maggie Sue McN'inch has returned to her home In Waterloo. Several people from this community attended the burial of Mr. William Copeland Sunday afternoon. Mrs. A. B. Barksdale of this neighborhood, was Mr. Copeland's daughter. Our heart felt sympathy Is extended to Mrs. Barksdale and family. Blamed a Good Worker. "I blamed my heart for sever dis tress .in my left side for two years," writes W. Evans, Danville, Va., "but I know now It was Indigestion, as Dr. King's New Life Pills completely cur ed me." Best for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, constipation, head ache or debility. 25c at Laurens Drug Go. and Palmetto Drug Co. ? **??********?? # * * LANFORD NEWS. ? *************** Lanford. Feb. 17.?Miss Lucile Camp has returned to her home In Spartan burg, after a week's stay with her aunt, Mrs. .1. W. Uanford. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Henderson spent Sunday with Mr. G. A. Drummond and family. Mrs. L. M. Cannon Is spending the week in Spartanlmrg with her daught er, Mrs. B. F. Bomer. Mis. Lena Moore visited in Laurens recently. Mrs. Allie Nelson Is at home from Columbia for a while. Mr. J. D. Johnson has returned from a visit to Spartan-burg. Mrs. Leo Nelson was buried here Saturday. She leaves a house full of small children. Mr. Nelson has the sympathy of the entire community. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Cox a boy. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Garrett, a boy. Mrs. Ophelia Fowler Is quite sick, threatened with pneumonia. Mrs. M. G. Patterson and Miss Marie attended the banquet at Greenwood last week. ENTERTAINMENT TRIMTY-R1DGE. Young People of Community Will GItc u Play at tlie School House. The play "All a Mistake" will be given by local talent at Trinity Hldge school house Friday, March 1, at 8 o'clock P. M. This Is an exceedingly Interesting play, and promises to be one well worth ntt?ndlng. The admission Is 10 cents and 25 cents. The proceeds will bo used for enlarging the school library. PEA RIDGE. Pea Ridge, Feb. 19.?After so much bad weather we arc glad to Bee the sun again. Mr. and Mrs. Rush Rowland and Miss Nannie Rowland spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Weathers. Mrs. Robt. Cunningham entertained at Nations Wednesday night In honor of Misses Mamie Charles and Mabel Goodwin. Mrs. M. A. Sumerel visited her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Todd in Clinton Tuesday. Mrs. Ella Shockley and daughter De8sle visited Mrs. N. J. Anderson Tuesday. Mrs. M. E. Cunningham was the guest of Mrs. R. I). Halrston Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Weathers, Miss C3 Nannie Rowland, Cora Workman, and Mr. Ernest Rowland visited in Clinton Friday. Miss Rosa Lee Bailey visited her sister, Mrs. 1). M. Norwood In Laurens last week. Mr. William Bailey of Furman, spent the week-end with home folks. Mrs. Robt. Cunningham Is spending a while at the home of Mr. f.. W. Cunningham. Mr. Willie Cunningham visited Mr. Johnnie Hipp Sunday. Mr. Ernest Rowland visited on the Ridge last week. Mr. R. E. Goodwin visited Mr. G. W. Cunningham Friday night. Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor exercise, insufficient mastication of food, constipation, a torpir liver, wor ry and anxiety, are the most common causes of stomach troubles. Correct your habits and take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will soon be well again. For sale by [ all dealers. Big shipment of enamel ware for kltched just received. S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co. RA It K SB A LE NOTES. * * * ******* ******** Barksdale Feb. 18.?Last Sunday morning looking so much like rain there were only a few people who at tended preaching at Highland Home, although what few were there heard a fine sermon. Mr. Elmer Baldwin spent the night with Mr. George D. Bnbb last aSturday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Knight spent hiBt Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Withers, of Tumbling Shoals spent last Sunday evening and Monday with his mother. Mrs. H. A. Withers. Miss Daisy Baldwin, who Is teach ing at the Falrvlew school, near Foun tain Inn, visited her parents near Barksdale Friday, February nlnetfi. On the tenth the principal of her school, Miss Elsie Baker, and her friend, Miss Nannie Henderson, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Baldwin, alsc Miss es Eula and Ixmdelle Baldwin, Miss Nannie Gnrrett. Miss Llllle Walker, Mr. Henry Hen derson and sons were the visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Henderson and grand children Misse? Allie, Bessie, and Annie Bishop. Miss Llllle Walker spent last week with Miss Nannie Garrett. TIRED RUN-DOWN PEOPLE A North Carolina Man Suggests a Remedy Greensboro, N. C.?"For a long \ tlno I was so run down and debllh tated that I could hardly drag around, i My appetlto was poor and I could not sleep nights. I had tried different so called tonics without benefit. I was advised to try your cod liver and iron tonic. Vinol, and I am so glad I did, for it gavo mo a hearty appetite, I soon commenced to sleep soundly, and I fool strong, well and moro ac tivo than I hayo for years. Every run down or debilitated person should Just glvo V'nol a trial." K. Allsbrook. What Vinol did for Mr. All?brook It will do for every weak, run-down or debilitated person In this vicinity. To show our faith wo will furnish tho medicine freo if it does not do as wo claim. Como in and get a bottle on theso terms. LA?RENS BHUG CO. Laurcns, S. C. OASTOI1IA. Bear? the /} Kind You ll;ne Always Boufirt LOST HIS HAPPY HOME. "I once had a comfortablo home, ma'am." "Poor man. how did yon lose It?** "Mo wlfo lost ber Job. ma'am 1" NOT ALL FREE. "Going to the horse show?" "What di> they do at horse showa? break horses?' "No, break the visitors." The Only Way. To try to mako others comfortable Is tho only way to get right comfort able ourselves, and that coiiiob partly of not being able to think no much about ourselveB when wo aro helping other people. For ourselveB will al ways do pretty woll If wo do not pay them too much attention.?George Macdonald. Best Goods Best Service Lowest Prices FOLLOW THE CROWD ======= TO THE ======= The Greatest Bargain Feast Of The Year Big Clearance Sale Now Going On AT THE RED HOT RACKET With it's Big Money-saving: Bargains. The sale continues with unlimited suc= cuss. The crowds are still rushing to the Red Hot Racket to take advantage of the most wonderful Cutting of Prices ever witnessed in the County of Laurens. A Continuous Thrill of Keen Delight Awaits the Bargain Hunter in our store. Overflowing with the best Goods at prices far below New York and Baltimore Cost. You can't afford to miss this, the greatest opportunity for Bargains given in many a day. RED HOT RACKET WM. ORNDUFF, Proprietor Laurens, South Carolina.