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FOUR WEEKS TO
Four little Santa Clauses busy as
One was knocked to next week
and then there were thiee.
That Is What Will
Happen to Your
Christmas Joy If You
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Col. John M. Cannon spent several
days in Columbia last week.
Mrs. .Mack Rryson, of Ora, was In
the city shopping yesterday.
Mr. w. T. Benjamin of Mountville
was here on business yesterday.
Mr. T. G. Jeans from near Gray
Court was a visitor here Saturday.
Miss Willie Sherard. of Ninety Sir,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. li. Gil
Mr. G. Washington Shell, of Atlan
ta is spending a few days in the city
Miss Majorie Gelder left a few days
ago for New York, where she will
spend the winter with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Tanner, of Hen
rietta, X. C. spent Sunday night with
Mr. and Mrs. O'Shields, at Watts mill.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. C.arrett from
Rout No. 3, Gray Court were among
the visitors in Laurens last Monday.
Mr. G. T. Plnley and his two young
sons. Clarence and Robert Lee were
among the visitors in 1.aureus Satur
Mr. and Mrs. B. .1. Dobbins, of Caro
leen, X. C, spent Sunday night with
Mrs. Dobbins' brother, Mr. .1. l-.ee
Mr. Qus Simmons, who is making
his home In Greenville, spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. o. B. Simmo.ia.
Miss Aurella Vance, who Is now
making her home In Jacksonville. Fla.,
Is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Al
bright for a few d-^ys.
Dr. William Smith of Charleston
came up Friday to join Mrs. Smith,
who has been the guest of her -da
tives for the past week.
Misses Julia Lee and Susie Hodges,
of Greenwood, after spending several
days at Clinton, are now visiting Capt.
and Mrs. W. H. Gilkerson.
Messrs. W. C. Babb and .1. L. Ma
haffey were among the visitors here
from Fountain Inn last Wednesday.
They were pleasant callers in the Ad
The Advertiser has been asked to
state that the fancy work left from
the sale Is now at the home of Mrs.
W. D. Ferguson. Those who care to
purchase any of the pieces will get
Mr. George Flanagan, who is now
located at Clemson college was a visi
tor hero Monday. Mr. Flanagan has
decided to return to Clinton, where ho
has accepted a position as foreman
in the orphanage prlnitlng shop.
Mr. C. (1. Hill, of the vvinity of
Cross Hill, was in the city on busi
ness Friday, Mr. Hill stated that the
roads in his section we;e better now
than they have been in a long time,
being in excellent shape for traveling
a. N. 11. Dial was a visitor in
Charleston yesterday, having come
down for Die meeting of the several
railroad corporations in which he Is
Interested, Pressing business at Lau
rens took him away from Charleston
this afternoon.?Charleston Evening
Mr. 11. R. Roper, who has been liv
ing for many years in the Hickory
Tavern section, was in the city yes
terday preparatory to moving to
Honea Path. Mr. Roper Intends to do
some farming near Honea Path, be
sides Interesting himself In a ? er
Dr. C. J. Ravenel. who was employ
ed with the Palmetto Drug Company
several months ago, was among the
successful applicants for pharmaceuti
cal licenses at Chester last week. Dr.
Ravenel Is very pleasantly remember
ed here and his friends will be plens
ed to hear of his success.
Messrs. Ithlel and Mayne Mills, sons
of Mr. John D, Mills, left a few days
ago for Arizona to seek renewed
hr.ilth in more bracing ntmosphre.
Their many friends and the friends ot
the family hope that after a few
months residence in the west, they wili
completely regain their wound
strength, and return to their home to
rc8umo their accustomed places in the
I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
Mrs. .John M. Cannon delightfully en
tertained the Wednesday Club lust
week. After a very interesting pro
gram was finished, delicious refresh
ments were served, adding to the at
tractiveness of the afternoon,
Mrs. A. C. Todd entertained the So
cial Club In a very charming manner
Thursday afternoon, the name of For
ty Two being played. After a number
of games were played, a delicious
sweet course was served.
The Forty Two Club was entertain
ed Friday afternoon by Miss Joseph
ine Fuller at the handsome Fuller
home on Fast Main street. The usual
games were played and these were fol
lowed by a tempting salad course,
A wedding of great interest to a
large circle of friends both In Lau
rens and in other parts of the state
was solemnized Wednesday at high
noon, when Miss Julia Gllkerson be
came the wife of Mr. W. G. Lancaster,
Rev. L. P. McGee, their pastor, per-|
forming the ceremony. The wedding
took place at the home of the bride's
parents, Capt. and Mrs. W. 11. Gllker
son, on North Harper street. The
home was beautifully decorated for
the occasion, the parlor being decor
ated in white with a sprinkling of au
tumn leaves. Candles and electric
lights spread a soft glow over the
room as the ceremony was being per
The bride, wearing a handsome trav- |
eling suit and carrying an armful of j
bride's roses, entered from the east
door, attended by her sister, Miss An
nie Gllkerson, in blue Charmeuse and
carrying pink chrysanthemums. The]
bride wore a cameo, surrounded
by pearls, a gift of tlie groom. The
groom attended by his best man, Mr.
I.. (!. Halle, entered from the north
door. As the wedding party approach-,
ed. Miss Susie Hodges, of Greenwood,
played a wedding march. The two cou
ples met beneath a beautiful arch,
where fie ftoromony was performed.
The ring service was used.
Only the relatives and a few inti
mate friends of the young people were
present. After the cermony was per
formed, these gathered around and ex
tended congratulations, after which
the entire party repaired to the dining
room, where a sumptuous wedding
dinnec was served.
The afternoon train was taken by
the young couple for Jacksonville, St.
Augustine and other Florida points.
They return today and this evening a
reception will be tendered them by
the bride's parents.
Among the out-of-town guests were:
The Misses Lancaster of Spartan
burg, sisters of the bridegroom; Mrs.
Annie She. d and daughter, Miss Wil- i
lie Sherard of Ninety Six. Miss Doro
thy Owens and Mrs. Will Owens of
Clinton, and Miss Julia Lee of Green
Luncheon for Miss Ferguson.
Among the number of delightful af
fairs given for Miss Maynie Ferguson
during her visit to Miss May Single
ton tVas a bridge luncheon of 12, which
Mrs. George L. Baker gave at her
home on Senate street Wednesday.
The decoration for the rooms and the
luncheon table were pink and white
roses, and the affair was lovely in all
ts details. The head prize was a
tapestry telephone hook, won uy Mrs.
Washington Clark, and the guest prize
was a triple gold French picture
frame. Another of the bridge parties
this week for Miss Ferguson was one
vhlch Mrs. Eugene C. McGregor gave
it her home on Lady street Tuesday
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at 'Lhw.
Will practice in all State Courts,
?rompt attention givon to all business.
n. B. Dial a. c. Todd
DfAL & TODD
Attorneys lit Law
Enterprise Dank Bullding, Laurene, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
MONKY TO LOAN
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute euro
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mail on
receipt of price $1.00.
Trln.1 PacknKf by mail 10 rents.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*., Cleveland. Ohio
LAI KK.NS nitro CO.
Laurent, 8. U
We invite you to call and look through the largest as well as the
cheapest line of fine Furniture ever shown in the State. We are prepared
to fill your every want in the way of Home-furnishing and at Lower
Prices than you can find elsewhere.
A Large Roomy Rattan
Rocker, made of best qual
ity Rattan and finely fin
Made of finest quality solid
oak, French Plate Mirror
30 x 24 inches, wood knobs
? best rolers, regular $12.50
We are showing a great line of complete
Dining Rooms. They are splendid values and we
want you to see them. We can show you any
finish you might want, as we have in stock a gocd
assortment of golden oak, missk r. finish oak and
real mahogany. They range in price from
up for complete suits.
Heavy solid oak Rocker,
golden finish, leather scat,
an extra large and very
Beautiful quartered oak
Writing Desk, piano pol
ished. largo and roomy.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO
Laurens, South Carolina
Citation for Letters of Administration.
State of South Carolina,
County of Lauren?,
I>y O. (i. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas L. B. Hill made suit tome,
to grant her Letters of Administration
of the Estate and effects of 'I'. II. Hill.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
monish all und singular the kindred
and creditors of the Bald T. II. Hill
deceased, that they he and appear be
fore me. in the Court of Probate, to
be held at Laurens Court House, Lau
rens. S. ('., on the loth day of Dec..
1912 next, alter publication hereof,
at II o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the Bald
Administration should not he granted.
Given under my hand this 20th day
of .November Anno Domini 1912."
O. G. Thompson,
.1. P. L. C.
>'otlcc to Creditors.
All persons holding claims against
the estate of W. F. Lawson. deceased,
are hereby notified, and required to
establish them, at a reference to be
held in my'office at 11 o'clock, a. m.,
December the 11th, 1912.
O. G. Thompson,
Nov. 20, 1912. 17-3t
M. R. WILKES
LAURENS, S. C.
SALE OF Ii AM).
'?'< miles north wosl of elly. '
On salesriny in Decombor, IDIt, be
ing the 2nd day of the month, I will
soli at public auction ai Lnurons ('.
II., S. ('. my plantation 01 traft of
land, lying near the Oroenvillc and
Lnurens public road, threi nilloa north
west of the city, containing ono hun
dred and forty (HO) neros, more or
less, hounded by lands of V. ('. Ilol
lams, Mfehaol Owings, and .Mrs. Os
Terms of sale: one-half cosh! bal
ance on credit of twelve months fr< m
date of sale with Interest at eight per
cent per annum, the credit portion to
be secured by bond of the purchaser
1 mortgage of the prcmlsos, with
leave to the purchaser to pay the
whole bid in cash. Purchasers to pay
for papers. If the purchaser fails to
comply with his bid the land to be re
sold at his risk.
Mrs. M. C, Farrow.
Nov. 19, 1912. Fountain Inn, 8. C.
Jno. W. Ferrroeon C. C. Ftaattwrs^ne
W. B. Krdffht
PBROUSON, PEATHBRSTONH & KNHirtT
Attorneys ai Law
La ureas, S. C.
Prompt and earetal ntt?nti*n giver
to all bnaiuNt,
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
J. C. BURNS & CO.
A handsome Watch given
away with each Suit of
Clothes from $4.97 up.
For this week only. Hurry
.up before they are all gone. |
J. C. Burns & Co.
TIN \ I, SKTTLK.MKNT.
Take notice that on the 20th day of
December, we win render a final ac
count of our acts and (lolngR as
tCxecutors of the o. late of Talulah Irby
Jones, deceased, in the oMlco of the
Judge of I'robatc ol Lauren* county at
II o'clock, a. in., and on the same day
will apply foi ,i final discharge from
oiii- trusts as ICxecutors.
Any porson Indebted to said estate
an- notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims againsi -aid estate will
present them on 01 before -aid date,
duly proven, oi' he forever bar rod.
w. c. Irby.
T. I>. Darlington,
It. A. Cooper,
November 20, 1912. 1 mo.
Notice of Annual Meeting of Hoard
of Count) Commissioners.
Notice Is hereby given that the next
annual meeting of the Hoard of Coun
ty Commissioners of Laurens County
will bo held at Laurens, 8. C. on
Thursday the 9th day of January, A.
All persons holding claims of any
kind against the County, not pre
viously presented, will 111.' same with
J. D. Mock. Clerk, on or before the
first day of January. 1913.
.1. D. MOCK,
BucBrien's Arnica Salve
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