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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Miss Nelle Crisp 1s visiting Mrs. 1.
R. Todd at Narnie.
Mr. Harry, Thamies of Charleston Is
bore on a visit to relatives.
)r. W. 11. Irby i4 spending a fev
days in the city with his mother.
Mr. Edward AicCtudy spent yester
day in linion on business.
W. W. Harris, editor of the Clinton
Chronicle was in tho city Monday.
Mr. John W. Beeks of Ware Shoals
wan here on business last Thursday.
C. C. Featherstone Esq., of Green
wood, is attending court this week.
Mrs. T. F. Jones, ofWoodruff,has been
visiting relatives in the city for sev
Miss Retta, Wilson, of Camden, is an
alttractive guest at the home of Airs.
M. L. Lawson.
Mis Thelma Fenn, of Spartainburg,
is the guest of Miss Allie May Riddle
Miss laula Dial Is spending awhile
in Greenwood, where she is visitlng
Mrs. If. K. Aiken has returned home
after spending several weeks visiting
relatives in and near Charleston
NIisses Alberta and Lila Riddl are
spending a few weeks at 1 Uurton with
their sister, Mirs. .1. M. --a.
Mirs. I. W. Willis and her mother
ALrs. .. all are visiting relatives
aid frlends in Ander~son.
Alisses Sara ll enderson and Loli
AtPhail are in Greenville visiting
Mr. .1. Cope Henderson.
Mr. and Alrs. .1. F. Clardy an(] two
children of .acksonville, Ila., visited
relatives in Laurens last week.
Sheriff .ohn D. Owings, after sever
al weeks illness, is again able to be
about. his dii es at the court house.
Misses Gene and Helen Dodson, of
Greenville, visited Miss Frances ien
nedy on Chestnut street last week.
AMisses l. P. and LIzzie Willis of
Greenville are spending a few days
with their' brother Mr. I. W. Willis.
Miss Anna Rhodes of Gray Court is
paying a pleasant visit, in Laurens,
visiting her cousin Aliss Mittie Owings.
'Mr. J. Preston Smith, of Waterloo,
was in the city Saturday. Mr. Smith
is a candidate for cotton weigher in
his home town.
Miss Mittie Owvings, and heri cousin
Miss Anna Rhodes of Gray Court andI
little JTanle H arris visited in Clinton
Mrs. W. HI. Glilkerson and Mirs. Wi.
Gl. Lancaster and little son, left yes
terday for Saluda where they will
spend several weeks .
Miss liiza Woodside of Greenville
has returnedl home after speindlng sev
eral days here as the guest of Miss
JIudgo 1P. 11. Gary and stenographer
John Perrin of Abbeville, are guestA
at the Gilkersson House (luring the
session of Common Pleas Court th
Messrs. T1. M. Pinson, E~ B. Pinson.
-R1. F.,Wadle andl Dr. THigh Pinson wereo
in the city Monday, tho first two coim
ing up to attend court.
Mr. andi Mirs. WIll Mosely and two
children of New York city are in
Laurens visiting at the home or his
brother Mr. C. D). Mosely.
Mr. J ID Leaman ard faily, Mr. Wi.
M. Miller and faily, of Cross 11111,
and Mr. 'Henry M. Miller, or Whitmlre,
wore in the city ycsterady.
Mrs. Mamnie Wright of Marion. S. C.,
and Mrs. E'~len Clark of Wards, S. C.,
havo been visiting Rev, and Mrs. W.
Mir. WV. R. Smith and hits sister, Miss
Ruth, of Tienniville, GIa., are visiting
Mrs. M. L. Lawson. They go from
here to the mountains or .Western
Mr. 3. C. Glenn' of Chester, general
'counsel for the Seaboard Railway, was
a visitor her, this week attending the
session of court.
-Mr. Robert Pasley, of Spartanburg
was )iere on professional business this
week in connection with the aessions
di court. Mr. Pasley was at one
tinbe a citizen of this city.
*ura. Maco La4ngston and sister,
Mrs, Putnam, of Owings, were shop
piag itn the oity Oaturday.
Ur~nt Mirg, W. 1, Mosely and
cidren, of New York, have .bon. Vis
Stingr Mr. and Mrss. (.. D. Mosqjtav
MIember of Supreme Court Passes
Away. Famly At Bedside. *
Atlantic City, N. J., July 12-Asso
clate .Justice llorace Harmon hurton
of the United States supreme court
cied suddenly at a hotel here today
from heart failure. stuperinduced by
cardiac asthma. lic was 70 years of
The justice, who caine here .1uly 1,
was in his usual health before retir'ing
last Iight, and had takeni his custo
mary evening outing on the board
wafk. Shortly after midnight he coi
plalned of feeling ill and, although hil.,
physician, Dr. Ruilin, who arrived yes
terday froma Washington, was sum
died at 5 o'clock this morning. II is
wife and son, Ilorace It. Lurton. .Jr.,
of Nashville, Tenn., were at the bed
side. Mrs. I orace Van Deveter,a
daughter, and her husband, arrive I
here tonight from Knoxville, Te'ni.
Other members of the family are ex
'Tlhe! body will be taken to Clark
\ille, Tenn., for interment, the funerai
party leavitig here at 12 o'clock to
It was at that city that .lustice
Lurton began the practice of law and
lived for 20 years. liineral s rvi-es
will be held here Wednesday.
Chief .iustice Wiiite and several as
sociato justices of tho siupreme court,
as well as many friends fron differ
ent parts of the country are ox peeted
to be present.
Card of Thaiiks.
M'ditor of The Advertiser:
Please allow its, through th le
(olumnlliis of your paper to thank tho
lattreiens Fire Departienti and all tl
citizens both white and coloredI wihoU
re6spoided so promptly to ti alarm
of ire sent in froi our home on tite
evening of Jiliy 13th. All did exce't
lent work In putting ollt tle fire and
we thank them most graciously for
what they did. Sincerely.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Aleravy
Laurens, F.. C., Jly I 1,91 I
Causes of Stoitach Tr'oubles.
Sedentary habits, lack of out door
exercise, insullicient miastleatlon of
food, constipation, a torpid liver, wor
ry antd anxiety, overeating, partaking
of food and drink not suited to your
age and occutatlon. Correct your
hiabits and take Chamnberlain's TIabl tts
and you willl soon be well again. For
sale by all dealers.
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* PINE BLUFF NEWS. *
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Pine Bluff, .July 13.--Mir. R1. S. Grzif
fln was a Clinton visitor the past week.
Mr. Robert E'pting or Columibia, Is
a guest ait the home or Mr'. it. W.
Master F'rainc'es Iliollandi has r'eturini
ed to his home at Catawba JIunction
after a pleasant .visit to his gr'andl
father Mr. WV. P. Turner.
Mr. E. M. White, or Greenwoocd wa~s
the guest of his sister, Mi's. Ri. D).
Mir. GIuy Boozer anti family wei'e
guests of Mir. and Mirs. .Johni Noff'z'
invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengthenng tonie.
OROVE'8 TASTELESS5 chill TONIC. drivea out
bialarln.enriches thebloodi,and builds upthesaye.
tenm. A true tonic. For aduitc and children. 50c
Citation for Letters of Administration
State of South Carolina,
Cotunty of Laui'rus.
By 0. 0. Thompson, Probate Jludge:
Wherecas 11. E. Ravenol macie stilt to
me, to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration of the Estate ang effects of
Pamihrii C. Fogartie. /
Trheso ai'o therefore, tq cite anti ad
monish all and si gulatf the kindred
and creditors of t~ s id Pamolia C.
Fogartie deceased, ti they be and
appear before me, nJtihe court or
probate, to be hold a~ Lau rons court
house, Laurens, 8. C., bn the 16th day
of July, 1914 next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock 1, the forenoon,
to show cause, If any they have why
the said Administration should not be
Given under my hand thie 3rd day
of July Anno Domini 1914.
0. 0. Thompson,
J, P. L. C.
The Best Medicine Ia thme World.
'My little girl had dysentery very
bad, I thought she would die, Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy cured her, and I can truth
fully say, that I think it is the best
medicine in~ the world," writes Mrs.
Willfam Orvis, Clare, *Mich. F~or sale
by all daler.
"" A bridge party that was greatly en
joyed was that given last Wednesday
afternoon by Mrs. W. D. Ferguson in
honor of Miss larr'iett Shannon of
Camden and Miss Louise Blakeney of
Kershaw. iDuring the afternoon the
guests played several gaines of pro
gressive bridge. The guests of honor
were presented dainty guest towels
with embroidered initials. The prizes
for the greatest number of games was
presented to Miss Willie May Child
ress and the prize for fle highest
score was presented to Miss Marjorie
Gelder. After the games the guests
were served a delicious sweet course.
A leasant little inarty was given by
little Frankie 13. .liller to her younv'
frields ont Friday a fternoont at the
home of her grand parents, Dr. and
M1 :s. 11. B. Grittoni. A more peirfe't
day could inot. havo dawiled and the
little folks enjoyed the party immeniicatse
ly. Gaies on the lawn, maylc ani
dancling sped the taie swiftly for the
happy children 'till they wvre ca lcld
into the dinting roolt where rerredit
inentIs were served. Tle di i al; r )Omit
was decorated With 1. F.. flag.i amdi
flowers. L unch clothi and tle se. vice
were all inl patriotic designs, the fai
vors being flags front the home of Nlc
Kinley at Canton, Ohio. The 1 >!low
ing little folks were among thtos- in
vited: Latura Vanlce .ones, Toc' L and
kdvard Clary, larigene. Gray, Sarah
Swygert, Emlilly and .lrtha Frank;.
tratlk Ca'ti, Will:ic Lannciaster,
Verimielle Cai l, Saral Richey, Katler
Inc and I.autira I lucdgets, Mary heId.
.lartin and I loise .\lillri, W illiamii
1llatlette. Wml. .1. C'rews, Bernice
The Albermarle iN. C.) Advocate
has the follow ini. account of the mat
rilage of Mlr. 11.. 1 Parkinson, recent-:
Iy elected su perinltentden t of the
Laurens City :Schools, and Miss Dry,
which ocu'rred in Alber marle last
\t seveni o'clock Tuesday eventing,
at tie hoite of the bride's parents,
\ar. and .\t's. G. .l. Dry, Miss Helvi
dea .\slle'igh Dry beenmaie tile wife of
I'rof. Herie Lynch Parkilsont.
"The niany guests who attended the
marrt14iage were lishered to seats on
the broah vranda by .lessrs T. C.
It Ives, ei K iell('k, A. C. lentl,
and Chest 'ir lry.
"Ji't before s'evel Ihe m'embers of
1h'o Priscilla ctlb inl daiity pink and
wvhite costulies took thecir' places on
tach side o1 a ower of green, inter
s tspvrsed with pink anl whit,! earna
" Iln the parlor .\Mrs. Walter N0lllton
lin her' splendcidl vcietn and imanner',
sang "Yol" andi Cadam's "At Dawn
in g". As 1endelssohli's wedding
iarch was being pclayed by Mrs. C. J.
Maliney the bride onl the armn of her
tathera, anad the gr'oom anad best inn i,
Thomas Var'lyle Monttgomier'y, camne
frocm opplosite sid1es of the por'ch,
meetiing int fraont of Rev'. G. WVilbttr
ShIply 113.Pastel' of thIe Priesbyterlan
chutrcha at this place. a'r. Shipely
utsiing the ceremioniy of hiis deatomia
t11ioniade the tw'o( otne.
-D)taring Ithe cearemoniy Mrs. Mauney
sweetly layed '0 Thou Sutbilute,
Sweet, Ivetiing Staar.'
'''Thie baidle wor'e a heatiul tdraess of
crepe meteor Itrimmnued it tulIe, with
a long veil 01' tulle (tagh~t it cap
effect wvitht oange blossum is. Site cari
r'ied a shiowet' b)ominlet of roses5 t nid
lillIles of the valley.
"'Imimedlately after the ceremnony
aat bifotmal reception was held by
thle parientls of the bt'lde.
"M\iss Nell Ilearnte. assIsted by .\trs.
Mattiey, dIirected the guests to thte
hall whtei'e they wer'e welcomled by3
Ma'. andi Mrs. Dry and Mr's. F~ranik
Patterson. At the ptunch bowl whacht
w~as beati futlly3'decor'atdc it sweet
peas and( f'ernis, wvere .\l isses I lelein
ljearnett and Graace Dry. Stantditg aiearc
the par'lor' (loot's wea'e MIsses Nlair
Mce(alin and1 ITher'esa Inlg; Mesdlames
livins, I lor'ton, Miagrunder, P'attea'sonc
and~ leyanolds. Ice cr'eam atnd cake
were sei'vtd by Misses Myr'na C'rowell,
Miriam ShIpley, Hein Driy, IIannah
S'taarnes, May Graddick, Estelle lIfi'rd,
Elizabeth Ataitin, LoIs H-unieycuttt and(
Lautra Dry. rThe guest book watt prte
sidedi ovei' by Ma's. E. E. Snuiggs.
"Theo bride and gr'oom stole a march
on the assembled guests. They quiet
ly withtdrew to an automobile near the
tesidence and were soon motoring to
Salisbury. From there they left by
Southern Railway for Montoagle.
Tenn., where they will spend a month
"rTe groom Is a son of Mrs. S. M.
Parkinson, of Fayettevillo, Tenn. ils
family is a prominent one. Ho Is
known in 'North and South Carolina
as an educator of sterling worth, and
recently accepted the superintendency
of the Laurens (8. C.) schools after
a service of three years as superin
tendgp of the Albermarle Graded
"'The bride, who is a daughter of our
enterprising merchant, Green M. Dry,
is, on her mother's side, a direct de
scendent of Gov. Endicott and Cener
al Putianm of Revolutionary fame and
comes from a long line of educational
workers. She has taught in our city
schools for several years, and was one
of the leaders l founding a S'tate
Grammar Teachers' association. ier
influenco has been felt in a local way
by her organization of a civic league
that has Instituted "Clean-up Day'
for Albermarle. She received a large
number or handsom presents.
"The best wvihes of a host of friends
go with .\lr. and .ll's. Parkinson in
their wedded career."
Aliss imogene Wilkes was the host
ess at a charming bridge paty giveni
last Thursday afternoon in honor' of
Miss Louise -llakeney of Kershaw
and .liss Hlarriett Shannon of Cam
(len, the visitors at the homue of .lMrs.
S. Al. Wilkes. The gil'sts enjoyed
several rount(ds of progressive bridge
during their stay. Followinig the
games those present were served le
liclous Iee c ream and enke. \\ hi Ie
the games Were in progress the host
ess (lispensed delightful punch.
The home o3 .l:;. .of John Clardy was
the Scelne of a very prel0tty wedding
Wednesday I i trnooni at1. sevei
o'clock When her daughter, Al iss
i Alcy Agnes Clardy, hecale the iride
of Alr. Franklin Claude lison of
Ware Shoals. The Clardy home was
attractively decorated for tile occa
sion and a large Company of friendIs
and rielatives %Were lresent for the
marriage. \\'it Miss Alpha Iolt at
the piano. l,ohengrin's weddinif
nmarh was skHillfully plad as the
wedding lirty file into the spacioil
parlor wlere tile cero'miioniy wats imi
pressively' said by Rtev. .l. L.
lawsun, pastor of the First ILaptist
chureb. The ring serilee Was used.
Little .\iss Prances iazor of (;reeni
Ville. acting as ring leairer. Two
little flower girls, .lary Holt of Laui
rens and Allein Illaage of Alacon,
Ga.. daintily drossed In white and
pink receded tihe! bride who wa
accompailed by her sister. .\rs. E'. I.
\'Iekers of SIirtanhurg as dame of
honor. The groom came in w\!tit his
best iman, .lohn Al. Major of \\are
Shoal:;. The w ere no Other ,t.
tendan ts. The bride wore a. hand
Sole tailored stilt of biluie with hat
to tcil. lollowing a reception.
o'lock for a visit north, and upion1i
thei' return they vwill be at homie to
triends at Ware Shoals where till
rooin holds a responsible position
witih the bank and mill ollj1e. Th
bride is an accomplished and aLtra -
tive young womnliLi and is one of the
imtost popular girls of the city.
The weddillnlg program was blauit
fully carried out. Iteceiving In the
parlor Were MesdaLies f. C. Cris,
Warren 101t. and (eorge Kn1itigh t
wVhile \lesdamlles .1. It Razor of (reen
ville, It. 1'. Clardy, W. .J. Aloore of
roomt. Younig Ildles ser'vinrg refre'(shi
mienits w~ere1 Al isse~s Margar'et .\loore,
Lotilse Simmtons, Eitimma N ay and
Lou ise Austin. Mliss l'earl C'lardy'
and .\illrs. .1.. 1 liarley' of Or'angebuirg
idistibuttetd souv ~enirs andi~ thle pu nch
bowl IlaLced on the ioirch wais p re
sided over 1)y .\lisses SaIra Iteeks and1(
A\ttestingto tQ "I- wide pioiiulIai3y,
.\lr. andt' Alirs. i'1inson we e 2av rec ip
fients oxf La iage anmd inarie collIection of1
liresents of silver Land china warie,
eutI g lass, ete,
Souither'n Itaillwuay E~nwiers to) have
Name il'I(incibed'i 4on ('ibs wihen Set'
vi'e ,1 ustlilles It.
.\ tlanta, (Ga., .1uly3 10.--Southern
tallway' eingineer's wh'lo have made
exceptionally3 goodl records in keeping
thoir locomotives In good condItIon a re
to lbe honored by havi'ng t heli' names
painted oil thie lpaniels of thtelr cnbs.
lin annliotucing th Is new plan, VIce
I'esiden t andl Gener'al Alanaiger' i'. It.
C'oapmian states that it has beent adopt
ed its ai marink of Southerni ltailw~ay's
apprei iciation of thie intcrest whliichl it.
eiigineer's htave take'n in the conditfin
andli appearaniiice of theirt locomotive..
Sotiutern Raiil way practice Is, as i:i'
as piossile, to al lowv each r'egulIari en -
gineer' to have his individlual locomo
Live. The engineer's feel a gr'eat per
sonal pride in the alpl,earance of theIr
loc'omiotives and many of themi have
bceen beautifully decorated in wvhich
the company has coopeorated wIth the
men. As a result of the attractive aip
peatrance or Southern Railway locomot
tives, th~ey have attracted widespread
attention and much favorable comment
Under' the new arrangement eaoh en
gineer' who has run an Individual lo
comotive for a stated numb~er of mIles,
rated according to the class of the
engine, without going Into the shop
for general overhauling, will have his
name placed on the cab panel. The ar
rangement was effective July 1, but
mileage made during the past two
years by engineers running individu-al
locomotives will be applied
Protect Yourself from the Dangers of
FLIES AND MOSQUITOES
by using one of dur Acme Canopies.
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Fasten3 from ceiling. Can Steel frame fastens to cither
use on Iron or Wood Bed. Iron or Wood Bed.
If you use one of these Nets you will sleep com
fortable and avoid the dangers of
Flies and Mosquitoes.
S.M . & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
THE OLD AND YOUNG ENJOY
Visitors in the city from the country
should attend the Movies and enjoy
a genuine treat. The prices a;ire al=
ways Five and Ten Cents. The doors
arc open early Saturday afternoon
and continue until late at night.
Special for Thursday
A Thrilling Detective Story in Feature
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