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j SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. j
On Wednesday afternoon Miss Grace
Simmons delightfully entertained her
friends of the Mysterious Twenty-two
elub at her home, on Irby avenue. Miss
Simmons was assisted in receiving by
her sister. Miss Louise Simmons.
"Fishing for Hearts* wa.- the game
that delighted the guests for the after
noon, ;'n Ingenious d- sign of candles,
both hearts and hooks. The hostess
served a salad course with eoffee.
Those present wen- Mesdatus II. Doug
las Gray and s. B. Honey, and Misses
Kate Wright. Noll Miller. Lynt Jom -
Itosnlic Franks. Laura Lee Simpson, of
131 her ton Ga? Ze|CU< Gray. Daisy Sull
ivan. Mary T?dd. Jbsle Sullivan, .los
< phlne Fuller and Ihr b<:!. Sh< II.
Mrs. Clarence K. Gray was hostess
on Wednesday morning to number of
friends at (bay's hotel, at a most de
lightful bridge party. There were four
tables of players and when the scores
wer?- made up. Mr-. W, I?. Ferguson
was dec lared winner of the pi i/<-. It
dainty hue handkerchief. After cards
a salad course with eoffee was served.
Mrs. Cray's guests were: Mesdames
.1. .1. Adams. J. H. Teague, \V. 11, An
derson, T. l). Darlington, M. L. Cope
land, w. l>. Fergt.son ,1, Adger Smvth,
Jr.. S. K. Money. ( (' Featkerstone, It,
R. Hughes. Dabney Cosby, of Virginia,
W. H. Washington W. B. Lucas, H. K
Alken, A. 1>. Gray, llosea Dean, an:!
Misses Willie Jones and Joste Sullivan.
Miss Josie Sullivan entertained a
few friends at bridge at her home on
West Main street Saturday evening.
Those invited were Misses Gladys Huff
Mae Kinlock. o P.arnwell. Dorcas
Calmes, Nell Milh -. Mary Todd. Jennlu
Stoney, and Harry jire nson. and
Messrs F. K, Span. ,L W. Duitklln, \V.
?;. Lancaster, L. <;. Balle. J. A. Sim
mons. Albert Dial, T c. Montgomery,
B, L. Parkinson and 0. F. Anderson.
CJn Friday evening of this week, Mrs.
W. K. Luc as entertained a number of
I'buds, repeating her musical pro
gramme. "An Evening with Chopin."
..s icn.h ted two weeks ago: this, aftei
repeated so.".citations. i! ?? occasion
?vns del idedly one 01 the e vents of so
? impoita.ncc 'hiring 'iic week. As
a h)USiclan. Mrs. Lucas has no superi
or in ti i- city, and her interpretation
Of Chopin's dilllctilt ami be autiful com
positiot - is marvellous. Those pres
? nt declared the program the most
artistic ever heard in Lgurens.
An anuouncenient of considerable
interest in !.minus is that of the en
gagement amt approaching marrlnee
of Miss Lyl Mae Bailey to Mr. DeWitt
Marvin Norwood. Invitations to the
marriage, which is to be on the second
la of Dooeml'cr, have been issued by
Mr. and Mis Preston Lee Bailey, par
ents of the bride-elect. Mr. Bailey is
a prominent citizen of tin county, re
siding about three miles from the city;
Miss Bailey, his accomplished and
beautiful daughter is a graduate of
Limestone college, and has a host of
friends in various parts of the state.
j Mr. Norwood is one of the assistants
in the local postoilce, and If unusually
: poptPur in tnis his adopted home. He
is originally from Chatham county.
North Carolina. The marriage will
take place at the home of the bride,
.Mrs. H. K. Aiken was twice hostess
to a large number of friends on Thurs
day afternoon and Thursday evening
of this week. In the afternoon the'
members of the Fortnightly social i
Club were entertained at nations, the j
2 ':. v of t!:.' club. A salad course.'
fruit salad, with coffee, was served.
.Mrs. Aikeii being assisted b>* .Mes
daUies Tengue. Anderson, .bines. Clarke ;
and .Miss M< ng. On both occasions
the score cards were beautiful de
signs, scenes of Yellowstone Hark. ,
secured by Mrs. Alken this summer
on her Western trip. In the evening'
Mrs. Aikeii entertained the teachers
of the city schools, and Ha ir escorts. 1
The game of "Travel" was played with .
amusement, dice with leih rs being
used, and the guests being allowed to
throw in an effort to spell the word
"travel." As prizes in this entcrestihg
contest, were given two dahitv trunks, 1
all ready and packed for travel. .Miss
es Emily Menu and francos Mae
Thames tied for the ladies' prize.
Miss Meng winning on the cut. and
Messrs Simmons and Mcdlo< k tied for
the gentlemen's prize. Mr. Simmons
winning. Mrs. Alken's guests for the
evening were Misses Tnllulah Neville,
of Clinton. Harry Brouson, Emily |
Meng. Bessie Oeatross. Kiln Holend.
Bessie Barnett. Dorcas Cntmes. Jennie
Stoney. Laura Barksdale, Mary Simp
son. Irene Hay. Frances Mae Thames.
Lila Hart. Josephine Fuller and Willie
Mae Childless, and Messrs .1 A. Sim
mons. B. I.. Parkinson. T. C. Montgom
ery. B. L. Jones. H. F. Fleming. W. H.
Sloan. L. 0. Halle. .1. W Danklin. It.
Y Irby. Earle Wilson. F. K. Spratt. O.
B. Anderson. .1. E. Medlock, W. 0. Lan
e-aster and S. M. Wllkes.
The Wednesday Literary club met
with Mrs. Ferry A. Simpson on Wed
nesday afternoon, of this week. The
subject for discussion at this meeting
was "Pacific Coast Writers." and those
discussed were Francis Bret Harte,
Jonqulll Miller and Helen Hunt Jack
son. An interesting sketch of the lives
of these three was read by Mrs. Simp
son, while selections from their writ
ings were read by Mrs. M. L. Copolnild,
The ladies were delightfully enter
tained by a number of piano selec
tions by Mrs. liosea Deuil, niece e>!
Mrs. Simpson. After these features of
the afternoon, delightful refreshments
Mrs. W. A. Shatlds and Mrs. .1. W.
Copeland, Sr.. of Clinton visited the
family of Mrs. B. W. Hall Saturday,
Mrs. .1. B. Humbert of Princeton,
returning from a two weeks' visit te>
friends and relatives in Newberry and
Oraugeburg, stopped ove r in the city
for a few days with her son. Mr. II.
H. I lumbe rt.
Mrs. William A. Martin le ft Monday
for her home in Charleston, South
Carolina, after spending a month with
her cousin Mrs. .1. .1. PhlSS, She- was
(surprised and very much pleased to
set' the many improvements made in
Laureus since her iast visit a few
years ago ami waft charmed with the
many delightful people she met and
the many social attentions paid her.
\\ VTKltLOO I'KHSON M. 11 K >1 S.
Comings and doings of Waterloo l'co?
pic And ' heir Visitors.
Waterloo. Nov. 2 Mr. T. 1". McCul- (
lough of Columbia spout several days
in Waterloo last w olt on business.
Mrs. Rex W. 1 .an ford and little'
daughter of Travelers' Rest returned i
Sunday to their home after a week'a ',
\isit to Mr. Ii. I). Wlnn and family.
Miss Sal!:.' Wallace <?: Mel fast wriS
the guest recently of her sister,
Mrs. John Harris Wharton.
Major .1. Ti Ligon of ?n ? pv.d
spent Sunday in Waterloo.
Rev. W. ?. Wharton of the Ep
worth orphanage, Columbia, was with
friends here for several days last
Mrs. w. u. Wharton is visiting
friends in Columbia ami a.' Lamar.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrell I. Penrce
ari- visiting Mr. F. c. Penrce and
family at Ilarksdale.
Mr. W. ('. Wharton made a busi
ness trip to CSreenWood on Friday,
Mr. Wharton is now on (he road
for the Planters' Fertilizer company
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. King of Coro
naea were visitors this wet k t.i Mr.
I!. F. WllCUtt and family.
Mrs. Thos. .1. Anderson has return
ed from a visit to her home people at
Mr. .1. R. WllCUtt of Cross Ilill spoilt
Friday In Waterloo.
Mr. Clyde Keller and wife of flreen
wood spent several days this wecx
with Mr. Ii. 1). Wine, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wharto-i were
guests this \\< i-k of Mr. C. C, Wharton
and family in Greenwood.
IMspensar) Mnnoj Here.
In the banks of I.aureus the dlow
ing funds of the old state dispensary
are on deposit: (lank Of Lnut'ens.
$5.000; Enterprise bnnh, $*?.0o< : peo
ples Loan and Exchange bank,
Voumr Girls are Victims.
Young girls are victims of headache
as well as older women, hut all get
quick relief and prompt cure from
Dr. King's New Life Pills, the w en hi s
best remedy for sb k and nervous
headaches. They make pure blood,
and strong nerves and build up your
health. Try them. L\">e at the Lau
fens Drug Company and the Palmetto
Shoes in good trim for Thanksgiving; are
they all right for the Hall Game, the Dinner,
the Theatre or the Dance?
W e're at your service with very choice
Thanksgiving Foot Dressing!
Splendid Men's Shoes the best Shoes the
most noted .Men's Shoe Manufacturers
$3.50, $4.00, $5.00 to $6.00
New Models in Women's Shoes, showing
alf the new [style features for Fall. Dress
Footwear in [Slippers, Ties and Pumps
$2.o(), $.>.()(), $3.50 to $4.00
Thanksgiving Footwear for the Children
and for Baby?everything, that's good in
If our ( hoice Footwear does not arouse a
Thanksgiving feeling, there's something
wrong with the wearer.
R. E. Copeland
The Shoe /Wan.
Laurens, S. C.
Customers Shoes Shiucd I'rcc
The (hu- Price Shoe Store.
Ask to see I See our large assortment of Christmas Cords | We seil Maiine I 35
Sunburst Silk the 8 , , ,, , I Nobutton Vests
... f .. I much cheaper than you can buy 1 . , ..
new thing- for hn= Ej K ^ J for Ladies
ing-40cyd. g them elsewhere ? 2s and 50 cents.
We Are Offering Special Prices
From Now Until Christmas On
Ladies Suits and Skirts
Sweaters, Blankets and Comforts
r holiday shopping' here. We have the
greatest assortment of Neckwear, Hair Ornaments f
Combs, Barretts, Beeds, Handkerchiefs, Gloves h^,..
many other things suitable for Gifts.