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Mr. John Wells Todd'spent Sunday
Mr. D. C. McLaurin' and little son
spent tho -week-end in Spartanburg.
'Mrs. G. D. Allen- left severii days
ago to visit relatives in Chester.
Mr. Belton Worknian,,of Woodiuff,
is the guest of Mr. irnest Macliei.
SBenator R. D. Boyd was in the city
on 1;islness Monday.
Miss Clara Mooi of Dallas. Ga., is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. G. A.
Spinlks on Church street.
Mr. and Mrs. 'T. 1). Darlington,left
here several days ago for a trip in the
Nortl.-Cliarleston 10vening Post.
"Nr. J. A. Green, of Youngs town
slip, was a business vlsitor in tle city
Miss BIlizabetl Moselvy, of Laurens,
is the guest of M'. and .\lrs. .1. P1. Mc
Nair.-Alken Journial and Review.
Mr. Wilkes Wallacae, of Youigs
township. was a visitor In the city
*lr. I. S. Wallace, of the Trinity
Ri"dge section, was a visitor in the
Mrs. J. 1. McGhce and little daugh
terO.\Iargaret, are the guests of 'MI.
pind Mrs. W. Hi. G"ilkersonl,
.1 M's. (eo. McCutcleon, of Columbia,
is tle guest. thIs week of Mrs. N. D.
Dial on -West Main street.
Mrs. 11. Creswell Fleming, of Green
wood, has been visiting i the city
Messr.s. Carol and Elllis Gray and
friend, Mr. 1i1ley, slient. unday in the
Mrs. J. M. Lea and son, John, -Jr.,
have been visiting Mrs. Lea's mother,
Mrs. Ella Riddle.
Mr. C. M. Fuller, cashier of the Bank
of Mountville, Was a visitor in the
M\essis. Ludie Teague and Fraw"
Reid motored to Anderson Sunday
where they visited friends.
Mr. James Todd has returned to
the city after spending some time in
the mountains of North Carolina.
Miss Laurence Culbertson, The Ad
vertiser's valued correspondent at
Ekom, was a visitor In the city Wed
Misses Marcelle and Bonnie Babb
are entertaining their cousin, Miss
Manie Burns, of Liaurens.-Fountain
a Inn Tribune.
Mr. Roy Taylor, one of the obliging
cierks at Powe's Drug store, is con
fined to his room on account of sick
Mir. and Mi's. L. W. Ware and child,
Martha, of Tikompson, Ga., spent the
week-end here as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Broadus Clardy.
Mirs. R. E. Hughes has returned to
the city, after spending several (lays
in Simpsonville at the bedside of MIrs.
Bob Davis, who has been very sick.
Mr. and M'rs. ft. C. Richardson and
children, of Pinewood, are visiting
Mi's. J. Hi. Sullivan.
Miss Mary Jones. daughter of Dr.
and Mr's. Clifton Jones, left Monday
foi' Greenville, where she will visit
relatives for several days.
Mr. Railph Trer'ry and son, James,
left Mondniy morning for Rockingham,
N. C., where they will visit relatives
dluring Mr. Terry's vacation..
Miss Frances Smith, who taught
school in Jonesville the past year, is
visitIng her sister, Mrs. H. B. Hum
Mr's. E. A. 'Reynolds and daughter',
retur'ned to their homc In Greenwvood
yesterday after' a visit to Mrs. andl
Mi's. S. HI. Wilkes.
Mrs. Warren Dui Piro and daughter',
Miss Gi'ace Dii- Pi'e, who have been
visiting Mrs. WV. E'. Lucas, have 'e
I urnedl to their home in Siai'tanbuirg.
Miss Pearie 'Ciardy ireturned last
Truesdayi3 from Clinton wvhere she has
been atteiniig a house party enter
tained~ by Miss IEdith Austin. .
Misses Edith Austin of Clinton and
Gladys Bridges of Bliacksbur'g, after
a week's visit to Miss Pearle Clardy
returnedi to their homes todlay.
Miss Ostelle Willis, of Owings, S. C.,
and Miss Rose hi'by, of Woodruff, S.
C.. are visiting Mr. and Mirs. J1. Ai'chle
Willis, on Ponce do Leon avenue.
Th'le Atlanta Journal.
Misses Willie and Olynthia Jones
left B.atur'day foi' a tr'ip to the Panama
E'xp~osition and other' points in the
wvest. They will be gone about a
month. in their absence, Dr.. and
Mirs. 0. B. Mayor, of Newborry, wvill
be with Mr's. Jones.
Mr. and Mr's. William A. Morehead
are sp~endIing sevoi'al days in the city
with Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Hopkins on
their way to Mt. Tabor to visit Mir.
Mr. C. Hi. Roper has returned from
Wilmington and Wrightsvilhe Beach
wvhere ho has been spending his vaca
tion. Whileo at Wrightsville Mr. Ro
per enjoyed several fishing expedi
tIone, on one of wvhich a shark over
eIglut feet long was caught.
Dr. W, H. Irby has returned to the
city after having spent several- months
in thoecounitry plowing and hooing,
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+ SOCIETY. +
Mrs. B. L. Clardy entertained again .
Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss c
Marguerite Tolbert's visitors, MIs4ses le
Townsend, Dixon and Richards. Do- r
licious punch was served the guests C
as they entered and after a number
of dames were played an ice course
Mrs. 13. L. Clardy entertained
Thursday morning in honor of Miss
Emily Meng. The game of Forty-Tw.o
wa's played and greatly enjoyed. Af
tor the gaies were played a delightful
salad Course was servel. A feat are
of',thte entet(aitnment wa. the .resen
tation to Miss Mengi of a beautiful
Pridty* in1oniig Mrs. C. I. JIeks
was hostess in honor of Mis. .1. F. 1
I lain ey, a recent bride, and M' iss b
EmIly 1ei, a bride-to-be. Pu1nch1 2
was served as the guests entercd and
the g.aiie or Forty-Two was Iflayed for
amu semietI andii en ertainmenitt. Afler it
(hr gaies a delight ful sland course 0
za served. The party was enjo.yed
by all who were present.
Mrt's. S. M1. Wilkes entertained Mon- I
day afternoon at her home on West
Mlaint strect in honor of Miss EmJuil1y
Meng, who is to be married to Mr. It.
L Jones on August -Ith, and Mrs. II. 1
C. Fleming, one of the recent brides. V
The game of Forty-Two was played,
furnishing much amusement and ex
citemnctt. After the gaies a delicious
sweet salad course was serve(, fol- S
lowed by ice cream and cake. Mrs. .
Wilkes was assisted in entertaining g
by Irs. L. G. Balle and Miss Toccoa t
Miss Pearle Clardy entertained at c
"F'orty-Two" on Friday afternoon in
honor of her house guests, Misses
Bri(ges and Curoton, and Miss Ilar
guerite Tolbert's guests, Misses Dix
ott, Richards and Townsend. As soon
as the guests arrived, they were serv
ed fruit punch by Mrs. W. E. Clardy
and Mrs. F. H1. Cothran. After sever
al games of progressive "42" were
played, block ice cream, cake andt
mints were served. The hostess was
assisted in receiving and serving by
Mesdaies. Clardy and Cothran and
Mt , Ethel Simmons.
Miss M!arguerite Tolbert entertained
'in a very delightful manner Wednes
(lay .vening in honor of her guests,
Misses Richards, Townsend and Dix
on. During the evening -the game of i
Forty-Two was played, resulting in a
much fun and merriment. After the P
gaies tempting Ice cream and cake .
were served. Iiss Tolbert was assist
ed by Mrs. W.'1. Gray, Miss Wil Lou
Gray and Mr's. Dell Watkins, Misses I
Hattie Gray and Rosa Gray lpresided I
at. the punttch bowl and otherwise as
sistedi in making (lie evening enjoy- I
Miss Emily Meng was the honoree
again . T'hursday morning at 'eau
tifully alpointted miscellaneous shtow
or given by Mt's. N. B. Dial. The en
ter'tainment ptreceding thte shower it
self was the game of For'ty-Two, in c
which the guests entered witht muchlt
zest and enthusiasm. Punch wvas serv
ed by Mrs. RI. F. Fleming. Thte games r
were played on the piazza, whet'e deC- f
licious t'eft'eshments were also se'rv
0(d. After the refr'eshments* little
Misses Fannie Dobson andl Dorothy t
ial, dlaintily attired as falt'ies, emerg- I
ed fr'om the dr'aing~ room and catch- r
ing the hands of Miss Meng graceful
13y utheired htet' Inside where thte num- I
et'ous ar'tleles wvhich her' friends htad s
sent were displayed. Mt's. Diai was ~
assisted by3 Mr's. R. F. Flening, Mrs.
Dial Grmay, Miss .Donie Counts, Miss
Marjor'io Glder, Mt's. Geo. McCutcht
eon, of Columbia andl Mt's. L. U. Ihalle.
Mt's. R. F. Fleming entertained the
.fltidge Cluib Saturday In honot' of
Mt's. 'Creswell Fleming, Miss Emily
Meng and1( Miss Louise Fleming, of
Gt'eenwvood. After' a number of excit
ing gamnes wer'e playedl an elabot'ate1
luncheon was ser'ved. ' The mot'ning
was greatly enjoyed by all wvho were
most for lis health, so lie states.
"Dock" declares Ite htas actually been
wor'king out thet'e.
Mt's. J, C. Shell, who has been in a
Spartanbut'g hosp)ital for sevet'al i
weeks, having undergone an operation
for appendicitis, t'etut'ned to the city
Monday very much improved in htealtht.
Misses Myra Wilson, of Do Land, I
Fla., Annie Mae Bryant, of Green
ville, are (te guests of Miss Caroline ~
Roper. Thtey have been the recipient
of imutch social attention since theit'
arrival in the city last week, Mrs.
Roper, Mr's. J. S. Maclien and Mt's. F.1
P. McGowan each haying entet'tained .
D.ETS-IT" A SUREN.
SHOT FOR ALL CORNS
Use Two Drops-;;and They Vanish.
When .corns make you almost dieI
ith your boots on, when you try to
alk oi the edge of your shoes to try
> got away from your corns, you're
ay behind -time if you have not used
M1DS.-IT". It's the cot-n cure of the
mntury, the new way, the sure, vain
iss, simliy way. it makes a follow
3ally feel foolish after lie's used too
iting salves, corn-biting ointments,
"Murder! Ever'bodv Triea to Stop on My
Cornt" Ure "GIETS-IT" and You'll
Have No Coins to Ile Stepped On,
>c-'bundi c ling bandages, blood-bring.
Ig razors, ksiIves, files, scissors, juli
er ald what-n ots, wlen he uses just'
(ioJ)pS of '0TS-4T" and sees his
arnt vanish. The difference is divi ne.
iti try it. Yod won't wince when
on PIt o" your1 sloesi in the min11
ig. "I - Is sire, "gets" any
in. ca11lus, wart or buon ion.
''GC lT -IT"'s sold by druggists vv
rywhere, 25c a lcttle, or sent (lirelc
y 1. Iawrieiiev Co., Chicago. Sold
I Lau'es anld is i'cCominlided as
le world's only r'ea corn cure by
aurens DIrug Co. and 1Rays Phariacy
li-1:m1ln of the Whart11-on Faliy.
Years aglo, good -M.Williaml Whar
mi and his gentle wife, Mrs. Leana
Chartiton, lassed 1h1ome to the reward,
romised for lives well spent, so the
uilion of the Wltarton family was
Id, .Iuly 22 at the colonial home
tead of their granddaughter, Mirs.
itfus Dunlap, 3 miles froin the pro
ressive little town of Mountville. For
his most delightful occasion, 82 of the
VIarton descendents were lresent;
ons and daughters, with their wives,
hildren and grandchildren, together
'ith the close .neighbt - and some
riends friom Laurens; among thils
timber was Rev. Mr. Rankin, .1. N.
Vright and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Pluss.
The cweather was Ideal and the
aorning passed in social pleasure by
lie older people, recalling many hap
>y days gone by; whilst flshing in the
icarby river and gaines made glad
lie young folks.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Wharton raised 8 chil
Iren, all of whoin married in early
!fe and most of whom raised large
anillies. William and Walter died
everal years ago,-still surviving are
Irs. Thomas Langston, Mrs. Jaimes M.
Ildgens, Mrs. Frank M. Fuler Ml's.
thens Ballow, Col. J. H., Bee W. and
Iemoth Wharton. From Green wood,
Voodi'uff, Clinton, Cross Hill, Wat riloo
lnd other places their delscroents
:thered to do honor to this oe.asioni.
I's. JaIes Iludgens lives in Knoxville,
The Dunlap homestead, now tle
ii'operty of Rufus TP. Dunlap, has been
n the famnily for' flye gener'atlons; the
Lrst D~unlap r'eceiving his title to the
and from the King of INngland. The
iriginal resdence, added to and .re
iair'ed, is still in good condition; a
inc old land mark of colonial days.
"One of the Guests."
|ASiY WAY TI) MAI(E
Ladles who fInd trouble in piropierly
r att'a('ilvely arranging andI dr'essing
beli' hai' should ti'y using a little Pa
islan Sage twvice daily for' awhile tind
oto the remarkable improvement. P a
Iian Sage, wvhich can be obtained
r'om Laurens Drug Co., or ainy drugtV
ounter, makes the hali' soft, lustrous,
uiffy andl wavy, takes out the dull, life
3ss apphear'ance, dissolves (lie dlaind
uiff and stimuilates the hair roots into
calthy normal act ion. I nsteadh of
i'rely sprinkling (lie halt', it. should
e rubbed right into (lie seal p with thle
inger tips. Parisian Sage Is a dle
ightful treatment for both1 bali' and
cal p, cannot, possibly injure (lie hali'
nd is very inexp~ensive.
Our Fashionl Service.
Last week The Adver'tiser began a
cries of illustrated fashion articles,
or (lie particular benefit, of course, of
tir women r'eader's. We have often
onailered doing this, but thie opipor'
unity had not hei'etofore pt'esentedl
(self to us to give the quality of ser'v
ac which we desired. We have always
'ceei able to get a fashion service of
.kind, but we (lid niot care to filli our
olumuns with misleading infor'mation
n a subject that mnust lhe tip-to-date
f it is to be at all valuable. We have
nIt that we (10 not knowv anything
bout women's fashions, but we hav'e
onfidence in the fi'm fr'om which
hose articles are scured and we as
ui'e even the most fastidious that theoy1
cay be relied upon. WVe would like
o have our readers compare them
vith (lie latest style books andl let ust
now the value of thie ser'vice.
Yhenever You Need a General Tonh,
The Old 6tandard Grove's Tastelesn
bhill Tonic is eqjually valuable as a
)eneral Tonic because it conttains the
vell known tonic proper tiesof QUI NINl?
mnd IRON. It acts on the Liver,'Drive~s
but Malaria, IEnriches the llood and
lils um the Whole system. Ao cntsa.
Won Cioeison Scholarship.
Supt. of Education J.' E. Swearingen
Ias announced the successful contest
ints for scholarships at Clemson col
lege. The following were the success
Eul contestants from this county: four
mear scholarslips--W. -. Washington,
Route 1, Ware Shoals; and W. M. Da
is, Route 4, lonea Path; one year
,cholarships -from the state, at large.
R. E. Poole, Route 3, Gray Court; and
3. F. Thornton, Mountville; one year
igricultural scholarship-C. J. l3rown,
Route J, Mountville. These scholar
ihips were won in Competitive exami
lations in wilich there were many con
C000PEit 3LAY UlN.
Anderson Daily 31111 (;ives InterifewIc
With It. A. ('ooper of This City.
Whether or not I. A. Cooper, of this
ity, candidate in the last primary for
hc nomininatioll for gove rnor', vould
lrun agaiI next yeal h1a.:, been1 a s.i)je(t
'.r dis-ussion for liany imoitls, -
Iording to The Ander.-on Daily .\all,
\1!r. Cooper "pracxtically declared" Silt
tariday that he w.'ould be in tihe race.
The following was the repoi. of 11he
Anderson papr as o .\l r. Coopers
1lon. Iole t A. C(oper of r.- rnus
practically declarevd Saturday morning
hat lie vill l;e a candidate for : .
rinor of South Varolina next sum
mIer. If(, and .il. .1. S. \Machlen ar
lived in their automobile from IO
rvns Friday ight. and remained in An
dersol until this morning when they
departed for va. .\Mr. Coper al
dressed tle Iva Chautaluua this morn
ing on the subject of edcllat ion.
"Mr. Cooper. will you be a canldi
date for governor next stunimer?' ask
I'd a rpresentative of The Daily Mail.
"I will be a candidate for governor
if certain conditions exist," he re
plied quickly. And the inle that,
iollowed this "eiark strongly indiceat
cd that he had received assurances
that those "conditions exist now and.
will coninue to eXist.
Mr. Cooper as received mnany as
surances of stipport fr-m )eople who
never supported him in the last ele
tion if he wili enter the race next
summier. While the re presentative of
this liewspaper was talking with him
several And1erron men came up and
grasped his hand and said they did
not vote for or support hf1im last sumi
m-ier, but they would certainly (10 both
in the coming election.
A Cooper sentinient seems to have
developed in all sections of the stato
ditring the past few weeks. BY many
lie !! considered the strongest of all
(the candidates who may be In the
I~verylody knows what Mr. Cooper
meant when lie saId lie would be a
candidate "If certain conditions ex
ist," and now since the public viI
be informed that. Ie is available no
doubt strong pressure will lie broight
to hear on him from all sections of tile
state to have him announce his candi
dacy. And the general opinion Is that
lhe will announce himself in due time."
Hard wvork, over-exertion, mean
stiff, sor'e miuscles. Sloan's Liniment
lightly applied, a little qilet, and yourp
sOreness disappears like magic. "Noth
ing ever' hel ped ik 1cyour Sloan's
Liniment. I can never tlhank you
enloligh," writes one grateful user.
Stops suffer'ing, aches and pains. An
excllent eoultner-irritapt, better and(
leaner thiani mustard. All Drugglsts
25e. Glet a bottle today. Penetrates
A Oood Woman oune.
On tile mnorninig of tile 18th1 of July13
Itt15, thle (leath angel cam nd 11( ear'
ied aiway tile sirit of one of thle biest
womlen we have ev'er known, Mirs.
Franaces IHodge. She was tile daughter
of thle late R1ev. J1. Ii. Davenport. She
whas marpried t hree timers, hier firast. hus
hand w11 as M. .10ohn C rofford. F'roml t his
uniiion six chiilernlS survive' her', two
boy3s, M. Thad S. anad Lee ('rofford, anid
four) daughters, M\rs. Chesley Braowvn,
Ma's. IrivinI Madden, .\lrs. J1oh n Grlim b
r'ell, Mr's. Wofford Wren. No children
by3 thle last t wo miarr'iages. She leaves
to mourn 'l her' depar'ture1, a dev'oted
hu sbandl Ml. L . 10. Hodige, of IUnion11, S.
('. Mr's. I lodge was a miembler of Mt.
Olive laplt ist church, anld was loved
anid respected by3 all who kniew her.,
E-hze hiad a sweet disposit ion, and a
lovinig he~art. and was dev'oted to lher
huasband anid chilren. Trully a goodi
wvoman has gone. A r'eady' symphidthy
for all w~as hers, and she did what
she could1 for' all who camie wi'thinl her'
touch or influence; hum~lan symplathy
is swveet, and we feel the Master
knows and cares; wve can only we'1teh
and wait, live over again the 01(1 days,
hold each tender memor'y close to the
soul1, and look for'ward to a reunion ini
the land of' eternal rest. ~Mrs. Hlodge
was at the time of lie)' death, sixty
threey years old and had been livinig
in Union, S. C., since her' last 'mar
iage. Itel' remlains were laid to recst
in the cemetery at Mt. Olive chulrch,
iln Laur'ens coulnty onl .11u1y 19I. A lar ge
gathering of relatives and 'friends
camne to sc'o this good woman for the
last time oni earlth.
God bless the s'orrlowinlg ones.
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July 29, 30 and 31.
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SpeCIa1 Representative In charge
J. BILLIE HENDERSON
Always on The Joh. Here to
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DON'T STAY R11BilU, C1 "n
I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tont" will give 61
best Liver and Bowel cleansing you ever ha
Caloimel inakes you sidk; you lose a 5o <,Int bottle of Dodsion s Ll
day's work. Calomel is (iniksvI er uder my irsonal guar at d
n1111(1 It salivates; calomel Injures your will clean your sili'ggish liv I
liver. 1han nasty Calomel; it won't
I you are bilious; feel lazy, siuggish s ek ai yotl enn11 eat anyv
"want ithout beig salII vat
and all knocked otit. if your. bowels are w
(ruggist guarantees that each
;vOlstisated and(1 your 110(1 aelhes o1r will start your liver, clean yo
stomiach Is sonr, just take a spoon fill of (and straigit en you up )by n
harmless Dodson's LIver Tone instead yon get your money back,
of using slekening, salivatoig ealomel. glad to take Dodson's Live
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver Iied- cause it Is pleasant tasting a
iclne. You'll know It, next mornIng griPe or eramp or1 make the
becatise you will wake up feeling fine I am1 sp ling millions of
your1 liver will be working, yourt head- Dodson's Livr Tone
pelhe and dilziness gone, your rfoniacli have foun( that this illeas111
wilI be sweet And bowels relgular. Y61u ble, liver medicine takes t
vI eel like working. '1 att'll be cheer- dangerous eulmel Buy
f ul: full of vigor and a.:abitlin. my sound, rellable 9uari
\Your druggist or dealer sells you a yoI'u 1 gist al. a
To Cleanl 01y Cemletery. Chi141eldren Day fi Leb
All persons interested in the '\t. Childrei's Day exercises
Pleasait ecietery are reiuested to held at Lebanon churce
meet next Tuesday morning at tile A basket dinner wIll
cl ireli grounds for thle priiipose of grounds. The bie Ic Is.
etealing off the graves. -ited.