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Mr. Orover Rlchey has been spend
ing several days In the city.
Mr. Will Bolt, of Anderson, was to
the city Sunday.
Mr. John M. Cannon made a business
trip to Columbia Monday.
Mr. J. 0. DeMoss spent a couple of |
days in Greenville last week.
Mr. W. T. Crews and son, Stanley,
spent Sunday in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jones spent the
last week-end in Newberry.
Mrs. B. F. Adair, of Clinton, visited
lit the home of Mr. Ross D. Young.
Mr. Geo. W. Riddle from Mount
yllle Route One was among the husl-1
ness visitors In Laurons Saturday.
Mr. Thus. F. Jones, of Woodruff,
spent Monday in the cltW^vlth rela
tives and friends.
Mr. Claude O. Shell, now located at
Spartanburg, visited his parents here
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Balle, of |
Charleston, West xyirglnia, are visit
ing Mr. Balle's pareTlts^Ir. and Mrs.
L. G. Balle, Sr. ^
Mrs. J. ?. Copeland, who is now Hv-|
Ing in McColl, was In the city the
early part fbf this week.
Miss Theo. Taylor, of Spartanburg,
has accepted a position as stenograph
er in the O&ce of Mr. X. B. Dial.
Mr. ArbenMeague returned to Lau
rens Friday arotr spending a" few days
here at the howeXpLJU'r. and Mrs. G.
A. Barksdale.?Greelrtvood index.
Col. Albert. Todd, oiu%f the leading]
attorneys of Laurens was a business
visitor in Greenwood yesterday
(1 teen wood Index.
Rev. William Minter, of Lincolnton,
N, <'., spent a part of last week and
the early part of this week with rela
tives in this city. Sunday he preach
ed to a large congregation at the Pres
byterian church of Clinton.
Messrs. B. A. Sullivan, E. P. Minter
and Marion Wilkes have returned from
-McBee where the Oakland Heights
Realty Company held a very success
ful sale Saturdtryi^
Mrs. R. E. Copeland and her moth
er, Mrs. Mary Bowon, Ifave gone to
Toledo* O.. where theywlll visit sev
eral months With Mr. and Mrs. Had
ger Bowon. Their address will be
2445 Scottwood Avenue.
Miss C^ffrle Hart left toda'y for
Orangeburg and other places In the]
lower part of the state. While :iw?f
she will visit hei^sisters, Mesdames
Moorer and Bannister.
Lame back Is/one of the most com
mon firms of muscular rheumatism.
A few applications of Chamberlain's
Liniment will give reJ/fef. Foi sale
by all dealers.'
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob William Watts |
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Theresa Junnita, to Mr. Wil
liam Frank Patrick, of Clinton,?kth??|
marriage to take place NovemberWi
??Columbia Record. ?*?>?
Mrs. Mary Ella Riddel I annoilnuesj
the engagement of her daughter, Eu
nice Vivian, to Mr. James Mclntosh
Lea, the wedding to t; Ue place Novem
ber eighth, at the home of the bride's
mother, on Sullivan street.
Biliousness is due to a disordered
condition of the stomach. Chamber
Iain's Tablets are essentially* Stom
ach medicine, intended especially to |
act on that organ; to^ cleanse It,
strengthen it. tone and invigorate it.
to regulate the liver and to banish
biliousness positively and effectually.
For sale by all dealers.
Notice of Bankruptcy. '
In the District Court of (lie United
For the Western District- of South
In the matter of
Mrs. M. A. Ray.
To the creditors of the above named
You will please take notice that the
above named Mrs. M. A. Ray of Lau
rens In the county of Laufens In the
istrict aforesaid was duly adjudged
a bankrupt on the 9th day of October,]
1911, and the fl st mooting of the cred
itors of the bankrupt will be held In
the law offices of Simpson. Cooper &
Babb in the city of Laurens, State of |
South Carolina on the 24th day of Oc
tober, 1911, at 3 o'clock in the after
noon at which time the creditors of
the aforementioned bankrupt may at
tend, prove their claims, examine the
bankrupt, elect a trusteo Snd trans
act such other business as may legally
come before the said meeting.
H. C. Tlllman.
Referee in Bankrutcy.
October 12th. 1011. 12-lt
We arc showing some specially good
values In Pictures at 25c, r.Oc, 75c, 90c,
and $1.25. Groat variety of subjects.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
I social and personal 1j
A wedding around which is centered
much interest. to the wide circle of
friends of the contracting parties was
that of Miss Nannie Downs Bramlett
and Mr. Ersklne Todd BabbjVtfhfch
was solemnized at the First Baptist
church on the afternoon of October 11,
at half after 4 o'clock, Rev. W. E.
Thayer, pastor of the bride and groom,
assisted by Rev. E. V. Babb of Well
bridge, N. Y., a brother of the groom,]
Miss Bramlett, the youngest daugh
ter of Mrs. W. B. Bramlett is a young
lady otT'jJ'are muslcnl attainments, a
most lovable disposition and magnetic
manners which has endeared her to
bests of friends around her home.
Mr. Babb, the eldest son of Mr. C
H. Babb, Is a young man of sterling
qualities, a genial disposition, num
bering his friends by the score, who
bespeak for them a life of happiness
Seldom has it been the privilege of
a Laurens audience to witness a scene
of such rare beauty and simple ele
The church had been beautifully,
but simply decorated for the eventful
occasion, with a wealth of palms,
ferns and bagonlas around the pulpit
and altar. Projecting out several feet
from the altar was arranged with
( harming effect four white ivy trained
columns, suspending from one to the
other were arches of white net and
ivy. From the center arch was sus
pended tht! large, emblematic wedding
bell, under which the bride and groom
stood and "plighted their troth." .Mak
ing altogether a scene of such loveli
ness, that "The words of the spirit
that breathed o'er Eden", seemed pe
culiarly appropriate for this happy
culmination of a long, sweet dream.
Long before the hour for the cere
mony, the spacious church was tilled
to overflowing. When at last the thrill
ing strains of Memtellsohn's Wedding
March under the skillful touch of .Mrs.
Luther Roper foretold the approach of
the wedding party. When the doors
opened the ufjhers Misses Dorothy
Hudgens, Carolyn Roper, Sarah Heidi
and Brucie OwlngS, four pretty young
misses, Sunday School pupils of the
bride, beautifully dressed In snowy
white with blue and pink sashes, al
ternately, each carrying pretty bou
quets of carnations, entered from the
opposite isles, marching down and
taking their resflpcttve places around
tln'tiHaf. These wore followed by the j
graceful and beautiful composed maid
of honor. MlflS Ola Bramlett, sister
of the bride, who wore; a lovely dress
of cream French Berge with hand em
broidered pqnnel and white silk fringe
a becoming white beaver hat, trimmed
iWith largo black willow plume. She
carried on her arm an exquisite bou
quet of red carnations.
Following the maid of honor was
two pretty little Mower girls, little
Sarah ^Catherine Barksdale and little
Sarah Eliza Swygert, both dressed in
dainty white with -pssessories of blue
and pink sashes, carrying on their
arm beautifully decorated little bas
kets of flower's to strevfein the pathway
of the bride, each performing their
part with consummate ease and adding
much to the pretty tableau around the
Lastly entei^gtl the bri.'/.on (lie arm
of her brother, Mr. J*~?j2. Bramlett.
who gave her away, s'lie was hand
somely attired In a charming dress of
silk. Eaolcon, Mediterranean blue,
u^Chnrlolt Cordee' model, the bodice
was mutifully trimmed with :i (issuel
of band embroidered.? silk1* cord, the
skirt in hand embroidered TuniC*egecl
She wore a handsome hat of same col
or with exquiidte blue willow plume, j
The bride carried on her arm a lovely
louquet of brides roses and Hilles of
the valley, tied with white tulle.
From the opposite door entered the
groom on the arm of bis best man. Mr.
Augustus Mnhaffey, meeting the bilde
at the altar, where after an impres
sive ceremony, the two were made one.
The party inarched out by the sweet
strains of Lohengrin's March, after
which the happy couple, accompanied
by a few relatives and friends repaired
to the home of the grooe. ./?ther In
the upper section of the county to
spend n pleasant evening.
The presents were numerous and
handsome, silver, hand-painted china,
cut glass and linen, all useful and are
evidences of the high esteem In which
the reclpltents are held.
Mr. and Mrs. Babb are now at home
to their friends in Lnurens.
Mrs. W. H. Washington delightfully
entertained the Nations Club Friday
aftornoon. She was assisted by her
sisters, Misses Willie and Olynthia
Jones. D?ring the afternoon delicious
refreshments of Ice cream and cake
were servd. This was a very pretty
little affair and was enjoyed by all who
Todd & Simpson sells two brands of
tobacco at a dime pur plug whleh Is
worth 15 cents per plug. They are
PENN'S CHAMPION and SQl'ARK
WORKING UP LAFOLLETTE BOOM.
Insurgent Leader's Candidacy to be
Pushed at Chicago Meeting.
Chicago, 111., October 15.?Friends
of Senator LaFollette became active
today, with the arrival in this city of
delegates from many States to attend
the conference of the National Repub
lican Progressive League. They as
serted that they would begin an ag
gressive movement at the opening of
the conferenoe to bring aboot hhy no?-1
inatlnn for President. No antagonism,
they said,, had been presented aa (yet!
to his nomination and if any :bf
delegates had come to Chicago* to o%m
pose him they had not announced taet?
The convention will be opened with
out a set programme. Senator Moses
B. Clapp, who' heads the Minnesota
delegation, which tonight started for
Chica/' v 'b to be the cbley speaker at
this sV^s-u. Senator Clapp is known
WHY DELAY? HAVE A HOME I
YOUR OWN FROM TH?;ST4
There's no reason in the world why you shot),
why you should?at this store.
Your home things?the reasonable prices?the Hi^h-class Goos
guarantee are all reasons why you should let us furnish your home
back if your purchase if not exactly as represented.
^Genuine Leather Couch, extra large,
quartered oak frame, finely tllfled.
For a geuinc Haviland Dinner Set
of ioo pieces. We are showing the
the largest line of sets ever brought
to the state. Prices from $1.50 up to
See our beautiful line of*
Sets, they range in price from
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1 i ji^ic*- tfe?zxl^'$?M
See our boautiCul line of Sterling .Silver. 1847 , , w . ,
Rogers Silver and Rogers Bros Silver, no belter Gunn aml Macc>' Sectional
"7 qualitys can posibly be showing and our prices Book Cases. Complete stock
1^ are the lewest. Von will find. on hand in all woods.
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Splendid line Bed Room Sui# Y ^-<.>
any price suit you can call fori ?"?
a good value
We have this Fall the largest
and finest line ever shown in
Laurens, all very latest styles,
any color you can call for and
' our prices remarkably low.
See the one
Beautiful line Music Cabinets, Desks and Cabinets
either Oak or Mahogany. Our Prices will please yriu.
'.'D7ci AL l-,
Is all we ask for this fine up
holstered Rocker, frame quar
tered oak, finished in either
early English or Colder Oak.
Other Rockers from 50 eta up.
Visit Our Store When You Come to the County Fair Thursday.