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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. Hastings Dial is spending;
awhile hero with homefolks.
Mr. G. H. Balentine, of Greenville,
spent the day here Saturday.
Miss Olive Puller of Mountvllle,'
visited relatives in town Ian w< c!<.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson are vis
iting relatives and friends in ' jrgla.
Mrs. O. L. Moore, of Charleston, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. H. K. Alken.
Mr. B. M. Cunningham from Lau
rens Route I. was here Saturday on
Mr. Nat Walker of Roek Hill spent
Friday night here as the guest of Mr.
W. s. CcCrady.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Owens, of Clin
ton, spent Sunday at the country home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. c. Lancaster.
Miss Ethel Simmons left Thursday
for Oklahoma City, where she will vis
it Mrs. Ed. Hart for some time.
Mr. W. O. Barksdale, of Spartan
burg, spent Sunday in the city with
his mother. Mrs. Downs C. Barksdale.
Miss l.il Wllcut and Miss Annie'
Brown, of Cross Hill, are in the city
to attend the Ca rtl edge-Huff wedding
Mr. Waddy T, Thompson and sever
al of his children took a day's outing
at the home of his father at Madden
Dr. and Mrs. .1. M. McLees and Miss
Louise; McLees, of Greenwood, were
among those who attended the Davis
Miss Almelia Todd has returned
from Charleston, where she has been
spending several weeks undergoing
Mr. Cheves, of the local Arm of en
gineers, McCrady Bros. & Cheves. ar
rived Monday to take; charge of tin
firm's business here.
Mr. C. M. Miller went to Baltimore
the early part of the week to carry
his little son, .lack, to the hospital and
to buy a line of Christmas goods.
Mrs. Maggie Todd, of Laurens, on
her way home from Charleston, spent
Friday and Saturday with Mrs. Alan
Capt. and Mrs. R. F. Plemil o'
Greenwood, have >been spending sever
al days in the city visiting their son.
Mr. R. F. Fleming, and other rela
Miss Addie shealy, clerk and sten
ographer at Minier Company's store,
has boon sick for several days and has
been carried to the hospital for treat
Mrs. Ernest Huff, of Greenville, and
Miss Vivian Huff, who is attending
Chlcora college, have arrived in the
city to attend tho Curt lodge-Huff wed
Mr. D. R. I.avendei-, the genial man
ager of the moving picture house, Is I
still quite sick at his home in Gaffney,
though his physicians are expecting an
Mr. C. 1. Martin, of the Mt. Olive'
section, was in the city on business'
Thursday. He stated that the cotton
crop in his Immediate vicinity is
very poor, though some little distance
from hint it is bettor.
Miss Louise Cartledge of Augusta,
arrived in the city last night to be
presont at. tho Cartlodgo-Huff wedding
ceremony which will take place today
at noon, at tin; home of tho bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Huff,
Mr. 13. W. Blakcly, of Clinton, was
a business visitor in the city yester-,
day. Mr. Blakcly states that business
has picked up considerably in Clin
ton during the past few weeks, lie is
with M. S. Bailey ?^Company.
Mrs. and Mrs. .1. C. Davis. Mr. and
Mrs. Watts Davis, Mr. and Mrs. .lack
sDavis. Mrs. By I'd Phillips and Miss
\ Agatha Davis, of Clinton, attended the
ceremonies incident to the Davls-Slll
livail wedding last Wednesday even-!
Dr. and Mrs. Dodson, their son, Mr.
Leon, and daughter, Miss Marguerite,
and Miss Harriett Simpson, came
down from Greenville in Dr. Dodson's
autohuobilo to bo present at the Da-1
vis-Sullivan wedding Wednesday ev
Rev. Hart well Mosoly, who is in
Charge of the entire mission work in
Cuba lor the Northern Baptist Conven
tion, Stopped in Laurens for several
clays hist week with his brother, Mr
CD. Mosely, on his way from a meet
ing of the northern board. He was ac
companied also by Mrs. Mosely.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos B. Mosely have
returned from their bridal tour to
Washington and other northern cities
and arc; temporarily with Mr. Mosely's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. ('. I). Mosely,
until they can get possession of tho
Garlington cottage on North Harper
street, where they will make their
home. Mrs. Mosely is being very cor
dially received in the city where she
was already widely known.
Notice If you want, a 8PIRELLA
Corset, call at No. 419 West Main St..
and Mrs. Me Fall will be pleased to
take your measure or phone 259 and
>? she will call on you. ll-lt-pd
.1. C. Burns & Co. sells same shoes
for less. Everybody knows It.
I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
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The marriage of Mr. James Davis to '
Miss Mary Sullivan, on the evening of
the 8th, at the residence of the brlde'8
parents. Dr. "and Mrs. Clifton Jones,
was one of the leading society events
of the fall and a most beautiful affair.
The lower tloor of the home was en
suite and most artistically decorated,
white and green being the colors in
the parlor, hall and dining room and
red was used with charming effect in :
tho sitting room, where the numer
ous and handsome presents wore dis
Promptly at 7 o'clock In the pres
ence of the immediate families of the
contracting parties and a few inti
mate friends who assisted, a beav I -
ful musical program was rendered by
Mrs. M. L .Roper and Miss Mary Todd.
Then at the bugle note of Mendell
sdhn'8 Wedding March. Rev. C. P. Kan
kin, escorted by Dr. McLces, took his
place in the parlor in front of an im
provised altar of ferns. Next came |
the attendants. Miss Carol llerndon.
of Greenville and Mr. Albert Dial,
Miss Toecoa Caine and Mr. Charles
Simpson, followed by Miss Charlotte
McQowan as maid of honor and little
Miss Marigene Gray, hearing the ring
in tho petals of a rose; Misses Nell
Jones and Vermello Caine, in dainty
little dresses of accordeen plaited not
with touches of pink, scattered llow
ers in the pathway of the fair 1 ride
who entered upon the arm of her fa
ther and was met at the altar by the i
groom and bis best man. Mr. Cyrus
Bailey of Clinton. After the ceremony
for two hours a brilliant reception
was held .by the bridal pair assisted
by the attendants and imme.ii'e rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caine
received at the door and Miss lose
phine Fuller ushered the gu.vsis into
the parlor to meet the resolving par
ty. Mesdnmcs Virginia Caine and W.
C. lrby invited the guests in*.y the
dining room where they wevo receiv
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gray, as
sisted by Mrs. Green of Anderson.
Misses Hattlc Kate Easterhy and Lalla
Mae Dial. Misses Fran-v.M Davis,
Dorothy Hudgens and Leila Todd serv
ed delicious whato and frail c ike.
cream and mints, alter which the
guests were invited to tho punc.i how",
presided over by Misses Elizabeth
Simpson, Aileen Frank ?-, Susie Gray
and Mary Helle Fuller. Mr. and Mrs
H. S. Blackwoll, Mr. and Mf3. Jan.es
Danklin received in the sitting room
where the handsome arr-v of presents
The bride was lovely in bar vv; Ming
dress of white satin and luce, in r
misty veil caught with oraii;,-' blos
soms. At a lato hour she denned nor
going away suit of tailoiel blue broad
cloth with hat to match and tin hap
py couple left via the Seaboard for
a trip south. Hpon ilio'r return they
will be at home to then* friends at (he
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
Gray on South H?rpcr rursot.
A wedding that will be of great in
terest to their imnny friends over the
Upper part of the state will be thai of
Miss Gladys Huff and Mr. II. E. ! 'art
ledge. Which Will take place at the
home of the bride's parents today at
noon. Miss Huff is well and popu
larly known as one of Laurons' young
society members and is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Huff. The
groom-to-be has made Laurens ids
home for several years, being now tho
cashier at the railway offices here.
During his residence in this city he
has won for himself the good will of
I.aureus as a man of many sterling
and attractive qualities. Immediately
after the marriage the young couple
will leave for Louisville and Knoxvillc
for a short visit.
Mr. Walls Exhibits Oround-hog.
Mr. J. 1). W. Waits was the center of
attraction last Saturday afternoon
when he opened up a little bo\ an I
displayed a real live ground-hog the
same variety that forms such a pop
ular subject of conversation when
weather prognostications are In or
der. Doubtless every person ill Lau
rens could speak knowingly of the
famous weather-bureau nssistnnl but
few had ev?r looked one satiate in the
eye. The little animal is not as pe
culiar looking as his fame promises,
most people undoubtedly would chase
him up most any old tree in tho coun
ty as a possum. Mr. Watts bought
hton last week at tho Greenville coun
ty fair just as curiosity and will ex
hibit him :>t the Laurens county fair
Tile liest Pain Killer.
Rucklen's Arnica Salve when applied
to a. cut, bruise, sprain, burn or scald,
or other injury of the skin will im
mediately remove all pain. E. E,
Chamberlain of Clinton. Me. says: ?
"It robs cuts and other injuries of
their terrors. As a healing remedy its
equal don't exist." Will do good for
I you. Only 25c at Laurens Drug Co.
More goods for same money. Same
goods for less (money at J. C. Burns
& Co. Everybody knows it.
TOMATO ( LI B.
That the girls of tho Laurens Coun
ty Tomato club will participate In tho
exercises of tho county f:\ir has boon
announhed doflnljtely by Mis^ Wil lx>u
Cray, rural school supervisor, Miss
Gray has prepared u statement as to |
the part the tdainto club will take In
the fair, the statement including a
list of prizes which have been offered
for the different kinds of work done
by the club girls.
"The girls of the Laurens County
Tomato Club" she says, "will have an
exhibit, also a float at tho county fair.
A cordial imitation is extended to the
public to Come to the booth and view
some of the results of the work. The
following prizes will he awarded at
ihe booth at o'clock in the afternoon.
Educational trip highest number
of points scored.
'2. Educational trip?second highest
number of points scored.
I'.. A brooch offered by Fleming Pros
?third highest number of point:
I. An umbrella offered by W. G. Wil
son Co.- best exhibit of Canned pro
ducts other than tomatoes.
.">. A purse offered by Swltzor Co.?
best cap and apron.
6. A picture?best booklet.
7. A club pin will be awarded to
every girl who hands in a neat re
port. This is a recognition of the
fact that what was undertaken has.
in a measure, been carried out.
"The following contributions have
been made toward the prizes: Hank of
Laurens. $3.00; Davis. Roper & Co..
$:t.00; Mr. .1. .i. Pluss. $2.00; Mr. N. H.
Dial, $3.00; Mr. .1. P. Tolbert, $1.00;
Mahaffey ami Babb, $1.00; Mr. \V. L.
"In soliciting the prizes, those mer
chants who had recently given stoves,
etc.. to the county, were not asked
for a contribution. The amount nec
essary for the educational trips hasn't
yet been raised. In behalf of the gills
1 wish to thank ihoso who have; so
generously helped us ami should oth
ers decide to give US material aid It
will be greatly appreciated.
"Although Laurens county has had
no appropriation for this work, the
girls will send an exhibit to the State
Pair and compote for tho prizes of
fered. Three prizes will bo awarded
to the three best booths. The fol
lowing points will be used In grading
1. Most attractively arranged booth,
2? per cent.
2. Quality of goods displayed, 20 pei
?'.. Variety of goods displayed, 15 per
1. Quantity of goods displayed, \:<
5. Hest display of correlated school
and club work. 2"< per cent.
"The county winning the first prize
will be awarded $75.00; the second
county will be awarded $50.00, and
the third best county will be given
$25.00. Tho money will be used by
the county agents for establishing
small library, on tin- different phases
of our girls club work.
"I would suggest that each girl de
posit $,"i,00 of the money earned from j
her plant with the banks whose rep
resentatives have given prizes.
"Tho club girls making tin1 best all
round record in the state this year,
will be given a free trip to Washing
ton, D. C, and shown all the points
of Interest in the Capital City."
SHOOTING \T ? CI'EHI.OO.
Sain Todd Scallers Bird sind the:- Ihc
Bodies of a Couple of Other Notrroos.
Sam Todd. colored, was the pi Inel
pal actor in a little shooting lest
hold at Waterloo Saturday afternoon.
George Mills and Jerry Ligon, also
colored, were the recipients of a cou
ple of loads of bird shot from the gun
of the aforesaid Todd. Mills ami
Ligon had been engaged by the own
er of Todil's house to overhaul it hut
their plans for remodeling the plnce
were not in keeping with Sam's ar
tistic temperament, therefore he ob
jected. The carpenters also object* !
and Todd injected a few hundred ? >"!
into the parties of the second part
just to prove that he really objected.
Iteheiirsul of Choral Society.
Rehearsal of tho choral society will
be Id at the graded school auditori
um tomorrow evening at the usual
hour. The members are requested to
bear this meeting in mind and to bo
present at the regular hour.
Suffered Eczema Klftj Venrs Now
Seems a lonh time to endure the
awful burning, itching, smarting,
skin-disease known as "tetter"-?an
other name for Eczema. Seems good
to realize, also, that DR. HOBSON'S
ECZEMA OINTMENT has proven a
Mrs. D. L. Kenney Writes:?"I can
not sufficiently express my thanks to
you for your Dr. Ilohson's Eczema
Ointment. It has cured my titter,
which has troubled me for over fifty
years." All druggists, or by mail 50c.
PPEIPPER CHEMICAL CO.
St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa.
Attend The County Fair
AND BUY YOUR WIFE A
Good Stove at a Bargain
We are showing a dandy line of Cook Stoves and Ranges and
our prices are lower than you will find elsewhere
for real high grade goods.
Our No. 8 Cook St
only <j)12 00 cornplete with 40 pieces ware
Here is a strickly high-grade stove, just the stove for small family, it is ;i small size
No, 8 and sold under a guarantee to cook perfectly or youi money back. We have
any size or price stove you may want and our ju ices are the lowest von will find.
Give us your trade, we will appreciate it and you will save Money.
S. M & E. H. WILKES & COMPANY
Laurens, S. C.
Explanation im* Knur.
In iIn? last issue of The Advertiser,
tile advertisement of .1. ('. Burns & Co.
contnined nn Item offering 20 pounds
of sugar for 2?C. This was an error
on the part of the proofreedor in The
Advertiser ofllco. While those folks
are in the hahit of making startling
bargains, it might he remarked Hint
sugar is too "scare" to give away.
The following unsolicited testimonial
should certainly he sullleient to give
hope and courage to persons nllllcted
with chronic dyspepsia: l have been
a chronic dyspeptic for years, and of
all the medicine I ha\e taken, Cham
berlain's Tablets have done nie more
good than anything else," says W. (',.
Mattison, No. 7 Sherman St.. Hornclls
ville, x. v. Vor sale by all dealers.
To Prevent Blood Polsoninfc
apply nl once the wonderful old reliable DR.
PORTRR'S ANTISRPTIC IIKAI.IKG OII?n sur
I nic.il dressing tli.it relieves pain mid lienls nt
j the some tum-. Not a linimciit. 25c. 50c, $1.00.
WHAT TO GIVE?
1?. the question that is
WE HAVE THE ANSWER
Our years of experience in
supplying Wedding Gifts that
please will help us to guide
you. (nfts of distinction and
Refinement in Pickard's Maud
Everything desirable in Silver
ware and Cut Glass,
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That a visit to Ray's Pharmacy
on Fair Day will be a pleasure
to us and a source of joy to you.
We've everything that helps to
add to the pleasures of a holiday
and we heartily invite you to
A look through our slock of
Stationery, Candy, Toilet Arti
cles, Tobacco, Drugs and Sun =
dries will convince you that we
are leaders in every one of these
Agent for Huylers Agent for Nunnaliy