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Mr. W. R. Crisp of Mountville was
a visitor In the city Monday.
Mr. P. T. Gray of Fountain Inn spent
the day in Laurens yesterdity on busi
Mrs. J. Ran Little has boon spending
several days in Greenville with 'her
daughter, Miss Ina Little.
Mr. J. E. Nash and Mr. J. A. Tay
]or, of the Green Pond sectio'i, were
in the city Monday.
Mr. Carl Barksadle, secretary of the
Lydia Mills of Clinton, was a business
visitor in the city yeterday. ,
Mr. Edward McCrady, who has been
in charge of extensive construction
,work for the city of Union, has return
ed to Laurens.
Mr. Thomas Crouch, of Darlington,
made a brief visit to his sister, Mrs.
J. E. Glenn, on Jones street last week.
Miss Marguerito Simpson spent the
week-end with her parents on her re
turn from Columbia where she attend
ed the college press association as
Miss Lalla Mae Dial, of Lsaure~ns, is'
visiting Mrs. G. B. Greene on Me
Duflie street. Miss Dial and Miss
"Kebie" Vance will be the guests of
Miss Jessie Brown the latter part of
the week.--Anderson Daily Mpi.
That old fashion Corn Meal that
Echelberger Bros. are making. sure
Is One. Phone us for a peck.
An approaching marriage, which
will be of great interest to the corn
* munity Is that of Miss Katherine Mc
Gee .to Mr. John W. Bolt, Jr., on the
afternoon of Dec. 12, at the residence
of -Mrs. Viughn Miller, cousin of the
b&ie-elect. Miss McGee has -;pent
th'' fall heie and wih her 0h-'aming
Sp.onality has won for bdrseif a host
kf admiring fbends. who will give her
a 6rdial weloome into social -ircles.
. Boit Is'a' son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Warrei olahd enjoys o; thbt en
viable popularity, having numerous
friends who will congratulate him up
on his good fortune.
Card of Thanks.
During the recent illness and death
in our family the great many acts and
deeds of kindness shown by our
friends and neighbors lead us to take
this method 'f most c6rdially thank
Ing them .all. Their sympathy and
kindnesses were appreciated and ,will
always be remembered. May the sweet
est blessings of the Heavenly Father
be with each of-you.
Mr. H. Terry and Family.
Eastern Star Officers for the Coning
Year will be Installed Thursday
Tomorrow night, beginning at 7.30
in the evening the members of the lo
cal chapter of Eiastern Stars 'Will hold
a public reception during which the
omeiers for the coming year wvill be in
stalled. Trho reception will be given in
the ,flasonic H~all and the public is
cordially invited to be present to wit
ness the ceremonies. Miss Nancy Ben
nett of Spartanburg, Grand Lectu rer~
of the organization will be present to
lead the ceremony and afterwards will
make an address on several phases of
Eastern Star work.
In addition to the installation and
the lecture there will be a musical
program rendered by s'ome of the lead
ing musicians of the city. . Those who
<will take part in this part of the pro
gratn are: Mrs. H. K. Aiken, Mrs. M.
L. Roper, Mrs. J. H. lBoyd, and Mrssrs
C~harles'Hicks, Edward Hicks, Jack
That is Clee
DThle Grain goes through 111
-the TRASH and LITTER~
all husks, dirt anid silks
fBest Meal a
Te~'leponeC us, We 'll send
'fl "Corn Shel ed F
QW. B. BRAli
Mc0ravy, Ford Franks and Robert
Roper. JDuring the evening -a light
lungh wrl 'oe 04"rved tothose who at
Volunteers of America, Sililar to
Salvation Army to do Work in Lanu.,
Capt. and Mrs. J. B. Gossett, mem
bers of the Vounteers of America, a
similar organization to the Salvation
Army, have moved to Laurens to un
dertake work among the poor and
needy of the city. They will conduct
services on the street and take up col
lections devoting the proceeds to the
worl.C in which they . are interested.
They have rented the house of Dr.
Washington on 'Laurel street and will
make it their home. They will be as
sisted here by Lieutenant Butler. Capt.
Gossett is in a hospital at present
and will not be able to assist in the
work for some time. Capt. and Mrs.
Gossett. however, have issued the fol
lowing statement to the public:
"Capt. and Mrs. J. B. GosAett ,have
come to Laurens to open a branch of
their work and earnestly resuest the
co-operation of the good people In this
much needed work. They will start
immediately to prepare a Christmas
dinner for the poor q, this cityand
the prisoners in jail. Capt. and Mrs.
Gossett have been In Salvation Army
work for a number of years. -Mrs.
Gossett will visit all the places of
busines for contributions while Lieu
tenant Butler will visit the ladies for
their contributions to help gring sun
shine and joy to the hearts and homes
of the poor. We earnestly ask that
you give to the cause as God has given
to. you. He said 'I was hungry and you
gave- me - meat, thirsty, and you ' gave
m. rink, naked and you clothed. me,
siel'kand in prison and you came unto
Rev. D. H. Baldwin Dead.
Rpr. D. H. -Baldwin, a former resi
dent' .of the Rabun Creek section of
t.hib county, died at his home in Don
aldis uednesday and was buried at Ra
bun: Creek church Thursday. . Rev.
Baldwin was about 75 years of age
and is survived by his wife and three
children, as follows: W. H. Baldwin,
of Barksdale; A. A. Baldwin. of Ora,
and Henry M. Baldwin, of Donalds.
The -first two were children by a form
Cr marriage. Rev. Baldwin was a
consecrated minister of the gospel,
greatly beloved by the congregations
over which he presided. A large nuim
ber of sorrowing friends followed tile
)ody to its last resting plade.
'McKee Selling Cars.
..Mr. J. W. McKee, agent for Ford and
Alaxwell cars, annoiunces the follow
ing sales: Rev. W. H. Leswis, Laurens.
5 passenger Ford; Ross D. Young, 5
passenger Ford John D. Owings, 5
passenger Ford; Mrs. J. A. Madden,
Madden Station, 5 passenger Ford; R.
J. Riley, Greenville, 5 pa'ssenger Max
well; Win. H. Alston, Greenville, 5
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* Honor Rtol for Gray Court-Ow- *
* ings School, *
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First Grade: Walton Owings. Sam
Second Grade: Teague -Hellams,
Third Grade: Beatrice H~ellams,
Preston Moore, Louise Owings, Stella
Fourth Grade: Elizabeth Stoddard,
Fifth Grade: Mary Gray, Ross Tem
pleton, Grice Hunt.
Sixthl Grade: Lawrence Curry, Clyde
Brooks, Edward Gray.
*Seventh Grade: Cecil Gray, Jeter
Owings, R. J. Bryson, Annie Lee Mun
UND MEAL f
in and PureU
rec screens that take outN
atid a FAN blows a
and makes it fit to eat.
t. We grind( every day. U
ree of Che*rge f
LLETT'S SONS U
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Headquarters for Holiday
and Gift Goods
Here you will find a larger and more complete line---the best and LOWER PRICES
Gifts Suitable for Every Member of the Family
DINING TABLES CHILDREN'S WAGONS
FROM $6.75 UP FROM 76c UP. VELOCEPEDES FROM $1.66 UP. BOCKES
MORiIS CHAIRS $11.50 UIP
DRIIESSING TABLES LADIES' DESKS FROM $5.40 UP I'PIELSrEREn RO( i N $1.90 IP
DOLLS .Imported China
Biggest Line and Lowest Prices ever seen in LARGEST STOCK WE HAVE EVER SHOWN
Dressed Dolls from - - - 10c to $5.50 AND OUR PR ICES WILL SAVE' YOU
Undressed Dolls from - - - 5c to $1.50 From 25 to 40 Per Cent.
Buy your, Christmas goods from Headquarters where you get Best Quality Lowest
Prices, and Biggest Line to select from
S. N. & E. H. Wilkes & Company
5 PIRAOTICAL GIFTS ARE HERE IN CALL AND SEE OUR 'SESIBLE
ABUNDANCE. CHRISTMAS IFTS.
Ladies' Coats and Suits at
'We have on hand just a few ladies' misses and
children's Coats and Suits that we are going to dis
pose of at exactly Half Price. See our display window)
These Coats~ are Very "Latest In Style
.And of the Best Quality
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