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Mr. George B. Brown of Sagetown,
was here for the day on Tuesday,
Mr. William Mahon of Merna spent
the day hero on Tuesday.
Mr. Walter Reed of Narnie was
among the visitors in town yesterday.
Miss Annie Lucile Bobo of Spartan
burg is the guest of Miss Helen Jones.
Mr. A. B. Stone of Mountville No.
One was here for the day on Saturday.
Mrs. 'Dial Gray left last week for
Baltimore to enter a hospital for treat
Miss Kathleen Wilkes is spending
some time in Clinton as the guest of
Mr. L. S. Mahon of near Owings
was among the business visitors hero
for the lay Saturday.
Mrs. T. Lane Monroe and Mrs. S. L.
Saxon are attending the meeting of
Kings Daughters in Charleston.
Miss Grace Dupre, of Spartanburg,
arrived in the city Sunday to visit Mr.
and Mrs. C, It. Moseley.
Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Wilsonfl of Cross
Anchor, were in the city shopping
Mrs. Sam Tally, of Atlanta, visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Boyd,
the first of the week.
Mr. Robert Roper has returned to
the city after an extended trip in the
interest of the glass factory.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Watkins, of An
derson, are visiting Mrs. Watkins'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tolbert.
Mrs. T. D. Darlington has arrived
from Charleston to be present at the
Mrs. J. C. Harper and Miss Evie
Shands, of Clinton, were in the city
Mi'. Rt. L. Gray, a priomlinent Gray
Courit banker was among the visitors
in thle city on Monday.
Mr. Gcor'ge Ridgeway of Pr'ineeton
Spent the (lay hei'e Monday on busi
Mi'. William Hi. Ander'soin was among
the Mi. Pleasant v'isitor's hero foi' the
(lay on Mondany.
Mr'. John W. Madden of Holly Gi'ove
was hero foi' a while the first of the
Mr. W. P. [Hipp of Milams Braneh,
sp)ent part of the day in Laurens on
Monday looking afteri business.
Mr. Ludy C. Tribble was a Holly
Grove visitor her'e for the' day yester
Mi' Hampton Hellams of Fountain'
Inn Jaient part of yesterday in 'Lau
Mr. Claude Templetpn who resides
in the Holly Grove section was among
those in the city yesterday.
Mr. Shell Denjamin, a resident of
the ,Lisbon section was here for a
short while yesterday.
Mr. James A. Bagwell spent the day
here Tuesday. Mr. Bagweil resides'in
the Hlendersonville section.
Mr. Hiram P. Dlurdette of near Gray
Court spent yesterday in Laurens look
ing after business.
Mi'. and Mrs. J. H. Workman, who
have recently come here from New
berry, are now keeping house on
Miss Lucia Cockrell, of Converse
college, returned to Spartanburg today
after spending the spring holidays
with the Misses Simpson.- on -East
Mr'. Percy Moore, county farm dom
onstrator, has rented the home of Mr.
WV. C.. Irby. Jr., just outside the in
corporate limits, and has moved his
family into it.
Mr. J. L,. Andherson of Oklahoma wvas
among the visitors in Lau rens last
week. Mr. 'Anderson was born and1
raised in Laurens county but moved
away when a young man. This is his
first trip to his native county since
1897. Hte is yisiting his brother gnd
other relatives in the contni.
ermany and .
ther. They all prohibit
good reason for this.
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Miss Clara Cox, who is spending the
winter with Mh's. Lucas, is visiting
Miss Mabel Simpson in Spartanburg
Mrs. John Bolt and little child, who
ve been visiting in Horse Cave, Ky.,
hav returned to the city. Mrs. Bolt
was quite sick during a part of her
stay away from home, but is nqw very
much improved. On their return they
were met at Knoxville, Tenn., by Mr.
Bolt, who accompanied them to Lau
Mliss Cornelia Mayer, of Newberry,
who is attending Converse Oollege,
spent a part of her spring holidays
here with her grandmother, Mrs. W.
Mrs. 11. K. Aiken and Mrs. J. Ii.
Teague left Saturday for Charleston,
where they will attend the meeting of
.Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Rankin, Miss
Caroline Rankin and Mir. James Todd
left yesterday for Atlanta, where Miiss
Caroline Rankin will receive surgical
treatment. They traveled by atuomo
bile and will return Friday.
Miss Maud van Bluren, who lee
tured hsere several weeks ago in the
interest of civic improvement, spent
Sunday here with .Mrs. Cora C. Lucas.
Miss van Duren has visited most of
tile larger towns in the state since
being in Laurens and has met with an
enthusiastic reception in every place.
Newspgenor reports tell of a real re
vival of civic life in many places she
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+ SOCIETY. +
Miss Olynthia Jones entertained a
few couples at b1ridlge Saturday even
lng in honor of Miss Cornel Ia Mayer,
of Ncwberr'y. Three tables were pre
lparedl for bridge and a number of in
teresting games weore played. D~uring
the evening delicious lee cr'eam and
cake were served, followed by coffee.
Ini Hlonor of Mrs. Newmani.
Mr's. Ferd Newman wvas thme guest
of honor at a delightful party givenm
last Saturday afternoon by Mirs. R1. E.
Dabb at her home on West Main
street. The game of the afternoon
was Forty--Twvo and the guests en
joyed many rounds of this popular
pastime. Following the games the
hostess served delicious cream and
Mrs. Harney Entertains.
On Thursday afternoon of last w4eek
d1rs. J. F, Harney entertained in a
most attractive manner at a bridge
party in honor of Mrs. Ford Newman
of Bristol, Tennessee. The home was
decorated very prettily for the occa
sion and a 'very delightful time was
spent. Following several turns of
bridge, the hostess served a delectable
salad course. After the lunch, the
guest of honor was presented with a
South Carolina souvenir spoon.
Dr. and Mrs. Teag-ue Entertin.
Dr. and Mrs. .IU. Teague entertain
ed in a very delightful manner last
Tuesday evening in honor of the bride
and groom-to-be, Miss Mary Todd and
Mr. Vance Irby. The home was ap
propriately decorated for the occasion
with flowers and around the room
were hung many handpainted' bridal
bells. Shortly after their arrival the
guests were a iranged around the
tables and enjoyedl various gaimes. Fol
lowing the games the hostess served
a delicious salad course followed by
Mrs. Childress The Hostess.
Mrs. R. Brooks Chidress was the
hostess at a delightful afternoon tea
yeterday, given la honor ot Mrs. Ford
Newman of Bristol, Miss Lilla Dorsey
of Jackson. Mine.. and .Miss T1rotter of
Tennessee. The reception hall into
which the guests were ushered after
being introduced to the receiving line,
was prettily decorated for the occa
sion with carnations profusely ar
ranged around the room. In the din
ing room the decorations were of ap
ple-blossoms, which added much to
the beauty of the well-appointed room.
During the afternoon the guests were
served delicious block cream and
cake, followed by coffee.
In Honor of Miss Todd.
One of the most delightful social
occasions of the spring season was
the luncheon given last Wednesday by
Mrs. :Earle Wilson at her beautiful
home on West Main street. The
luncheon was given in honor of Miss
Mary Todd, a popular bride-to-be, Up
on their arrival the guests were ush
ered into the large reception room
and after a short while spent in pleas
ant conversation, they entered the
handsomely decorated dining l'oom
%w here they were served a delightful
eight-course luncheon. Following the
refreshments the hostess presented the
guest of honor with a beautiful bou
quet of white carnations. The hand
some Wilson home had been made un
usaually attractive for the occasion
with decorations of carnations and
greenery, the color-scheme, white and
green being carried out in a very ar
tistic manner. The following ladies
were present: Mrs, D. A. Davis, Mrs.
H. K. Aiken Mrs. J. H. Teague, Mrs.
A. C. Todd, Mrs. Douglas Gray, Mrs.
J. F. Harney, Mrs. L. M. Roper, Miss
Bessie Todd, Miss Lizzie Glenn, Miss
Miss 'Traynhnami Entertains.
The picturesque Traynham home
near the city was the scene of a most
charming party Saturday evening,
March 25th, when Miss Lucile Trayn
ham entertained complimentary to her
visiting friends from H-onca Path,
Misses Lidc Coats, Eunice Carter and
Eva Black; Messrs Clarence Black,
.John Lattimore and Robert Jameson.
The guests upon their arrival were
served with punch in a most graceful
manner by Miss Belle Moorhead in
the spacious hall which was decorated
with beautiful ferns and begonias.
W'hen all had assembled they were
arranged around tables in the parlor
and enjoyed many games of "Rook"
and." 'Set flack". In the midst of the
playing Miss Lucile 'i'raynham had
the guests to draw for their partners
after which they were ushered out
into the dining room. -There they
were serve to pineapple sherbert and
two kinds of cake by Mrs. Carl i'rofllt
and Miss Lucile Pitts. The dining
room was a scene of beauty which the
color-scheme of yellow and green was
carried out artistically.
Fleming-ailey Wedding Plans.
The chief social event of the com
ing week will be the marriage of Miss
Marian Fleming and Mr.' William
Cyrus Bailey, of Clinton, S. C., which
will occur Wednesday evening at 9 p.
in., at the Reid Memorial church on
The 11111. Miss Fleming will have the
following wedding party: Ioer maid of
hionor' will be .Miss i'1 len Tmaher
oilier maids will be Mlisses 1Emily
Th'iomias, Pauliine Veirdery, Cairolyn
C'uimminw, Cal lbine I learid, Louise
Ilowlandl, Al ice I lull and Anna llaker'
Lamnar'. The gr'oomnsmen will be
Messrs Car'l llarksdale, .John Young
of Clinton, Alexander' Sprunt of W~il
mnington, Ferdinand ,Jacobs andl Thom
as Jacobs of Clinton, and Messrs Van
Hiolt Garriett and Gheoi'ge Hiardwicke
of Auigusta. Mr. William JTacobs, of
Clinton, will be Mr'. Bailey's best main.
The ceremony will be followved by a
brilliant r'ecep~tion at the house of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Femning on The Hill.
Miss Fleming has been entertained
with a number of lovely parties. Miss
Catherine Heard gave a tea for her
Thursdiy. Miss Alice Hull entertain
ed for her with a bridge party Friday.
Miss Pauline Verdei'y gave a beautiful
luncheon for' lier' Saturday. Miss FEl
Ien Thomas will enteitain with a buf
fet supper for her after' the rehearsal
Tuesday night.-Augusta Chronicle.
.Tohnson McNeill, colored, convicted
of house breaking and larceny at the
last term of court and sent to the
county gang for 12 months, escaped
Sunday night from the gang in the up
per part of the county. Hie was traced
to Fotintain Inn, however, and the
trail became so hot behind him that
he tried to catch a moving train, Hie
fell beneath the wheels and had one
leg so badly injured that ithad to be
cut off. The officers caught him and
are holding him until further order's
from Sheriff Watts. Policeman Jerni
gen, or Fountain Inn, headed the pair
ty that arrested him.
linys Todd Property.
Mr. A, J. Davis, of Greenwood, has
purchiased the RI. P. Todd plhace on
West Main street recently bought and
remodeled by Rev. Mr. Burton, of
Honea Path. It is understood that
Mr. D~avis will make this his home
and will deal in real estate.
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In our line you will find all sizes, in both Refrigerators
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Prices the Lowest Ever Offered.
Refrigerators, from $7.90 up.
Ice Boxes, from $5.50 up.
We not only offer lower prices, but lower prices and better
You ask how we can do this?
We buy in solid car loads, getting the jobbers prices, and the
factory pays the freight. This means a saving to those who buy
of us from two to ten dollars in price and the best refrigerator
It cost you nothing to see our line. Then you can easily see
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prices, more complete stock.
The health of your family largely depends on your refrigera
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S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
LEGAL SALES 30Nl)AY. ever, that the loys Cole highly recon- 11rs. it. 1, ('lurdy The hostess.
________- tmenldedl andl that they are a gentle- 1*.i .('adywstlelots
Several Tracts of Land Disposed of nl set, ready ad willilg to l1 t a Cud L. las hirs
T'hroutgh County Officers.ari adMrtlst'hu
ThrughContyOfices.across one of thle niftiest little enter- day morning. "lven i1 honor01 of het
The following sales were made by tamntents that a college cew has
the clerk of court Monday: ever laid across the Ithite.
Commercial Bank vs Sanders, halfsa to elate, of fort-o, the ess presented
interest in 109 acres of hand, bought was also among the items that would
by M. W. Sanders for $100; have been elucidated by aforesaid en- each w Ilh a beautiful hand-embroid
Mrs. Rosa Bramlett vs W. B. Dram- velope. The time will be shortly af
lett et al, lot hn city of Laurens, sold e''lc'led hn adecif
let etallo incit ofLaren, sldter~ dusk tonight, probably about S:30 Pollowing the presentation of the sou
to plaintiff for $300; o'clock. Come one, cole all.
John A. Putnam et al vs A. D. Put
nam et al, 29 acres to D. E. Peden for Presbytery t M lghiful salad course.
$600; The South Carolina Presbytery, of
The sheriff made the following which the First Presbyterian church
sales: of this city is a member, will meet at NET SURttOI'NDING JuN
Standard B. & L. Asoclation vs Sam Rocky Springs church April 11th at
Garrett, lot in city sold to A. C. Todd, 4 o'clock p m. The Wednesday morn- Althotiglt Almost In the Grasp of
Att'y, for $50; ing session will begin at 9 o'clock. Mr. American Cavalry lie Eludes Pur.
Commercial Bank vs Robert Young, P. A. Simpson Is the delegate to the suers.
87 acres to plaintiff for $300. Presbytery from this city. : Paso, Texas, April 3.-Francisco
Dr. Potest to Preach. RELIABLE REMEDY Villa again has become the man of
Dr. E. W. Poteat, of Furman Tini- VESTORES KIDNEYS. Mystery.
versiy, will preach at the morningthe
vority wll rech t te ornng For muny years druggists h~ave American cavalry after the battie of
and evening services at the First flap- watched with much interest the re
tist church Sunday morning. The an- markable record maintained by Dr. Guerrero, the bandit was reported to
nouncement of his coming here will iner's Swamp-Root, the great kid- day to have slipped through the net
be ecivd ithPlasre asheison noy' liver and bladder remedy, closing about him, and to have cov
be reeived with pleasure, as he is one itia hiin'j'eclitn. rete
It i a hyscians pesciptin. redthetrail of his flight. Mexicatt
of the most popular pulpit orators in Swamp-hoot is a strengthening med
the state. Icino. Dr. Kilmer used It for years in otllcials in Juarez sought information
- - his prtivate practice. it helps the kidl- of the brigand's whereabouts, but the
WOFFO~iD GEE LUBneys, liver and bladd r (10 the work telegraph wires brought no (definite
WOFFOItD LEE CLUnature intended they hould word.
WILL SIING TONIGHT swamp-Root has tood the test of
years. It is -101(l 1 all dlruggists on Wi1hile the bandit's main commandl
Tuneful Melodies and Comic Songei Its merit and it Wi help you. No other was scattered at thc battle of Oler
Will Vie for First Place in the Per- remedy can sucqe sfully take its place. rero, it is believed here that Villp. has
formane. It ot ogt vm-otadsatseveral other' large bodies dispiosedl at
treatment at once.
The Woflord Glee Club, said to be a however, if you wish first to test convenient positions on the continen
"Jam-up" organizttion of singers, this great preparation send ten cents tal divide, and that Col. Dodd may
jokesters and all-round fun produc- to 'Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ilinghanton, N. eome in contact, with thent at any
ers, is scheduled to hold the boards n, r a ampie hottle. le wt- time. While the search for Villa con
ing1) sure and mentiton the 141urc rets
at the opera house tonight. Unfortu- Weekly Advertiser. tinues, Col. Dodd will seek to destroy
nately, in so far as the actual facts in ------. armed bodies of Villa forces, which are
this case go, the reporter lost the en- Insonia. a constant menace to the line of Amor
velope on which was scribbled the indigestion nearly always disturbs lean communications.
the sleep more or kss, and is often
notes on the Wofford boys, so noth- the cause of insomnia.' lat a light There is no light on the recent oi
ing but a general outline of their tal- supper with little if any meat, and no orations of the'tarranza forces. What
ents, looks,. "speed" and other ac- milk; also take one of Chamberlain's assistance the troops of the do facto
coutroments will be given at this Tablets Immediately after supper, and government are giving General Per
1ss i you do not rest much better. O
r tainable everywhere. sla