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W. 10. Bell of Groenville, spent
week-end in Clinton.
rs. M. B. Hipp of Abbeville spent
week 'with her father here.
Iss IZdith McCutcheon of Bishop
1 is visiting Mrs. J. I. Copeland.
r. Albert Dial left Saturday for
stol, Tenn., to spend several days.
Mr. S. D. Mahaffey, of the Eden sec
n, spent yesterday in the city.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Beason, of the
en section, were in the city Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dial are spend
ng several days in Camden this week.
rs. Scales and daughter of Mon
roe, N. C., spent last week with Mrs.
R. H. Farr.
br. and Mrs. L. B. Marion, of Mount
ville, spent the week-end with his
Mr. and Mrs. L. 1H. Henderson, of
Owings, were shopping in the city yes
Mr. W. S. Bejamin of Mountville,
was among the visitors in the city last
Mrs. W. A. Todd of Augusta spent
veveral days in the city last week vis
Messrs. W. E. Owens of Clinton and
Attorney Robert Owens of Abbeville,
spent the day in kaurens Monday.
Mrs. C. L. Nottingham and two lit
tle daughters, of Cape Charles, Va.,
are visiting Mrs. Rosa I. Caine.
Mrs. F. P. Tatum, of McColl, is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Welborn, of
Fountain Inn, were in the city shop
Mrs. T. Lane Monroe is spending
this week in Princeton with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. -D. M. McClintock, of
-Ora, were in the city shopping Mon
Mrs. Arthur J. Taylor is spending
some time in Union with Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Taylor.
Miss Brucio Owings, attended by
several college mates, will spend the
week-end in the city with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. 1I. l. Scaife have re
turned from Indianapolis, Ind., where
they spent the past month with friends
Miss Amaryllis P~eay, of Conversb
Oollege, will spend the Thanksgiving
holidays with Miss Ry.ilis Green, on
South Harper street.
Mr. and Mrs. -John Miller, of Whit
mire, who were recently married inl
Cross 11111, were visitors in the city
Mrs. Julia- Campbell and Miss Ber
tha Killian, of Chester, were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John Spratt for the
Miss Carol Roper is expected to ar
rive in the city Friday with several
college friends to spend the week-end.
Btra. J. C. Davis, Mrs. J. A. Bailey
and Mrs. J. S. Phillips roturned from
Rock Hill Friday where th attnd
ed the D. A. R.'convention.
Mrs. Robert Johnson and Mrs. Rlom
Johnson of Clayton, N. C., are the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. W. John
Rev. J. R. T. Major, Messrs W. L.,
Gray, John F'. Bolt and R. E. Ilabb
will be among the delegates to the
Meothodist Conference which is meet
ing in Florence this week.
Mesars. Brooks Swygert and J. F.
Tolbert, of this city, and J. Y. Bryson,
of Ora, went to Union yesterday to at
tend the district meeting of the
K~nights of .Pythias.
Mr. S. G. McDaniel has moved from
the brick residence on North Harper
Street, which he has been occupying
for several years, to the house owned
and formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
Jeff Taylcr on East Main street.
Mr's. WV. R. Richoy, Jr., left last
week with little Miss Sarah to join
Ca4pt. Richey in Washi~ngton. Mr. and
$frs. IL. 0. Hiers, who have been oc
-cupying one of the Sitgreaves houses,
hias taken tho residence of Capt. and
Mrs. J. T. A. flailow, of the Lishon
community, and Miss Elizabeth Mc
Clure, teacher of the Lisbon school,
will spend the Thanksgiving holidays
with relatives of Mrs. Dallew in
Judge Rt. C. Watts spent the early
part of the week in Columbia attend
Ing the sessions of the supreme court.
Messrs.'Rice Nickels, Tom Lake and
Moore Dial wvill go to Spartanburg to
day to attend a dance t'onight and
spend Thanksgiving with friends.
90 men's heavy andl medium weight
overcoats, closing out at Booster Sale
prices. Come in-look On the tag.
3. 0. ,DURNS & CO.
W0 are giting you Our profits in or
dier to get money to meet our obliga
-, DAVIS.ROPER CO.
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+ SOCIETY. +
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JBeautiful in all Its appointments
was tho wedding of Miss Margaret
Miller and John Clinton Shell, both
of this city, which was solemnized at
the home of the bride on Chestnut
street last Wednesday evening at 8:30
The liouse was decorated for the
occasion in pot plants and cut flow
ers. A color schome of pink, white
and green' was carried out. In the
parlor where the ceremony was per
formed an altar had been arranged in
white and green. Everywhere sim
plicity was noted. Beautiful ferns
were banked on pedestals about the
The guests were received at the door
by Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Switzer and
shown into the ceremony room by
Misses Sarah Dorroh and Henry
-Just before the ceremony was per
formed Mrs. H1. K. Aiken sang "My
Heart is Singing," accompanied by
Mrs. M .L. Roper.
Then as the Lohengrin wedding
march was played by Miss Lillian V.
Cook of Rock 1111 the bridal party
came up the hall and entered the par
lor in the following order, forming a
semicircle in front of tie altar: First
came the dame of honor, Mrs. W. W.
Edwards of Due West, a sister of the
bride. Noxt entered the maid of
honor, Miss Lilly Miller of Winder,
Ga., also a sister of the bride. The
groom entered with his brother,
Claude Shell of Spartanburg, as best
man, followed by the little ring bear
er, Virginia Cochran of Monroe, Ga.,
niece of the bride, bearing the ring in
a large pink rose. Next came the love
ly bride .on the arm of her brother
in-law,- W. 'U. McCuen, who gave her
. While the ring ceremony was per
formed by the bride's pastor, the Rev.
C. P. Rankin, of. the Presbyterian
church, Miss Lillian Cook played softly
Schubert's "Serenade." Then to the
strains of Mendelssohn's wedding
march the bridal party retired to the
dining room, -where Mrs. C. F. Ran
kini, Misses Virginia and Elizabeth
Simpson served block cream and cake.
The dining room was decorated in the
prevailing colors-pink, green and
white. Carnations were found on the
bride's table, which was covered with
a lovely crocheted centerpiece over
pink. The bride's eake was cut, fur
nishing much fun and amusement to
all the young folks. Miss Blanche Shell
and Mr. E. 0. Anderson pinned sou
venirs on the guests at the dining
room door. From here the guests were
invited into the gift room, where
coffee was served by Misses Lila Hart
and Emma Shell.
The bride's wedding costume was
white crepe do chine over messaline
made en traine, with lace waist and
roses with maidenhair fern.
Miss Roberta D~orroh presided over
the bride's register.
Mrs. Shell. is the accomplished
daughter of Mr's. M. Virginia Miller of
this city and has scores of friendls
in the city who arc delighted that she
will meke her hem0 here.
Mr. Shell is a well known business
man of 'Laurens, being a member of
the firm of J. C. Shell & Co., fancy
grocers. lie, too, is popular in social
and business circles.
Mr. and Mrs. Shell have begun
hpusekeeping in their home on 8'outh
Among the out-of-town guests were:
Mrs. W. WV. Edwards of Due West,,
Mrs. A. B. Cochran of Monroe, Ga.,
Miss Lilly Miller of Winder, Ga., Mrs.
HI. R. McAllister of Abbeville andl Miss
Lillian V. Cook of Reck 11111.
Will glie a good price for cow pens.,
18-2t-pd T. G. raynhanm.
Dr. R. E.~ Hughes and'Dr. J. M. Bear
den spent several days'in Charleston
last week attending the opening excer
cises of the new Medical College build
ings. Dr,. Hughes is a member of the
Board of Trustees of the college.
Mr. Hiance Crews has greatly en
hanced the beauty of the posit omlee
corridor by placing two large fers
in the western end of ii. The ferns
were bought (rom Mrs. J. Ray Ander'
son and are unusually luxuriious in
growth, making a very attractive set
ting to greet the post oflice patrons
on the cold wintry mornings.
One of the show windlows of IT.
Terry's store is unusually attractively
dlecoratedi for the Thanksgiving sea
son. ' A typical woodland scene Is
pictured by means of miniature trees
and autumn leaves. In the center is
a glassy lake on the banks of which
a reindeer stands with head erect,
while some distance away are seen
two great gobblers proudly surveying
the scene. The decorations are ver'y
original and deserva much cedit
* RADUN NEWS,.
Rabun, Nov. 23.-Thanksgiving day
will soon be here again and haven't
'till yet heard of a turkey dinner or
an O'possum dianor-guess everybody
will stay at home and eat ".penders"
and pop corn for pastime.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens spent Monday
with Mrs. Nancy. Owens.
Miss Alpha Martin of Eden section
spent Monday night' with Miss Edna
Mrs. Mary Bolt of Hendersonville
section spent Thursday with Mrs.
Mr. George Babb of Barksdale spent
several days last week with Messrs
Joel and Charlie Babb.
Mrs. Eamily Ilolder, and daughter
Miss Margie of Greenpond section
spent Thursday with Mrs. Rebecca
Owens, and daughter Miss Edna Ow
Mr. Lee Chapman and family of
Fountain Inn were visiting in this
Mr. Nelson and family of Morna sec
tion spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Messrs Jot and Harley Abercrombie
visited Mr.,#Valter Owens Sunday.
Mr. Charlie Babb and family were in
Mrs. Rebecca Owens and Mrs. Mar
kus Owens visited Mrs. Claude Was
son of Hickory Tavern section Ties
Mrs. Walker Gray is visiting rela
tives in Greenville this week.
The most surprised wedding that
has occurred in this and Eden com
munity -was that of Miss Alpha Martin
to Mr. Tom Bramlett of Green Pond
communitY'%last Wednesday, when they
drove to Laurens and were married by
Rev. Mr. Lawson of that place. Let us
wish them a long and happy life.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bolt of Green
ville are spending a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dolt.
Mr. James Sumerel and family of
Hickory Tavern section visited Mr.
Martin Manley and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Markus Owens spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Boardie Ow
ens of Eden community.
Wishing the editor and all others a
merry Thanksgiving day.
Christian Endeavors to Entertain.
The Christian Endeavor society of
the Presbyterian church will entertain
In the church parlors Friday night
from eight until half past ten, accord
ing to quaint and attractive invita
tions sent out yesterday. The enter
tainment, as explained in verse on the
invitation card, will be what is poeti
cally described as a "Name Party,"
the guests being invited not only to
honor the society with their presence
but to bring along a penny for each
letter in their names. The suggestion
is made by the society poet, in singing
of the giving part of the program, that
it would be very nice to repeat the
(ose once or twice. On account of the
failure to secure a full list of Presby
terians in the city, the invitation com
mittee wishes publicly to, invite' all
mlembers of tile denomination, espec
ially tile young pleople, to attend.
Will. Rihe a good price for cow peas,.
18-2t-pd T. (4. Traynhiam.
See Clau y&Wilson's
Ad on las* age.
CORNS QUIT, PAINS
STOP, WITH "OETS-IT"
Quit Plasters. Salves and What-Nots.
After using "GETS-IT" once you
will never again hlave occasion for
asking "What can I do to get rid of
my corns " "GETS-IT" is tile first
sure certain corn-ender ever known.
If you hlave tried other things by the
scoro and will now try "GETS-IT",
you will realize this glorious fact.
W/hy "Suffer- 41
You probably are tiredi sticking on
tapeo that won't sta~y stuck, plasters
that shlift thenmselves right on your
corn, contrapltions that smake a bun
dlie of your toe and press r'ighlt down
on the corn. Put two dlrop~s of
"GETiS-IT" on that corn in two see
ends. The corn is then doeomedl as
sure as night follows day. Th'le corn
shlrivels. Thlere's no pain, no fuss.
if you thlinkl tis sounds too good to
be0 true try it tonight on any corn,
callus, wart or bunion.
"GETIS-IT" is sold1 by druggists
everywhlere, 25c a b)ottle. or sent di
r'ect by E. Lawrence & Co. ,Chicago.
"GET's-iT" is sold in L~aurens by
Laurens Drug Co. and Rays Phlarma-.
See Clardy & Wilson's
Ad on the last page.
IRON BEDS FO
Solid Carload of High-grade Ir
A specially attractive Bed and regular
A dandy Bed for CldWren, other styies
from $2.25 up.
+These are only a few of the ME
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The Talk c
IIs that good old
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the, kind just 1
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IMeal just for a
Now's the time to buy that suit and Paris--A propaf
overcoat at the lat Mif Nu Sa l e dwlsi
Closing out clothing a the Ilooster flowv of blood fr'
Store. 'Dress up now and save money. invented by Pr<
J. C. BURNS & CO. Bernb, the winr
TO STOP FLO6W OF BLOOD. for surgery in I
______Dr'. A. Fonco.
Wonderful Preparation Just Discover. called Coagulen
ed In Switzerland. dlssolved In Wi
neva. Swltzorland. Nov. 19.---Via p. lied to a woun
R LESS MONEY
Dn and Brass Beds at Lower Pei
A massive plain Bed that you Uld
pay $6.50 for at other piac
A strong full size lied, regular $3.50
ny Special Values we are showi
w you our entire line.
if the ToI
fashion Corn Meal
r Brothers is grind
Fashion Corn Mill,
ike you use to getD.
own on the river.
El ?. 1El.
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ration which it Is Tedsoeesh
j) almost Instantly the terIvnint
omn a wound hass been fl n aesn
f. Theodor Kooheor ofthpodrtFon
er of the Nobel Prize gclhaqatr.,
912, and his assistant, deaotelvso as
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, Is a powder, and iscnbeapie yi
Ltir before bodng ap- ssio yte~t~&4t