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MXr. J. F. Tolbert went to Columbia
Monday on business.
Dr. A. C. Fuller, of Trinity Ridge,
was in the city Monday.
Mr: V. M. Babb of Fountain Inn, was
a business visitor here Monday.
Mr. J. P. Cannon. of Motintville, was
In the. city, on business Monday.
I. D. Boyd, representative in the
legislature. was in the city Monday.
Representative C. 1-. Goggans, of
Cross 11111, was in the city Monday.
.Mr. W. Z. Ball from. near Gray
Court was a visitor in Laurens last
Mrs. J. D. McKee and child have
been visiting Mrs. McKee's mother in
Miss Annie Huff spent several days
1i Greenville last week as the guest
Mr. A. J. Traynham. of the Ware
Shoals section, was a visitor in the
Mrs. W. H. Gilkerson and Miss An
nie Gilkerson spent yesterday in Co
Dr. L. M. Roper, of Petersburg, Va.,
has been visiting his relativps here
for several days.
Mr. Job Little has returned from
Greenville where he has been -spend
ing several days.
Mr. G. W. Shell -left yesterday for
Gainegville, Fla.. where he will enter
the; Insurance business.
- Mis na Little came down from
GreenVille last Saturday and spent
the week-end here with. homefolks.
Mrs. E. L. Trimmier, of Spartan
burg, spent several days last week
with Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Timmerman.
Mr. L. E. Norryce, who 'has been
here for several weeks on business
has. returned to his home in Ander
* Mr. Claude Fuller has been spending
several days in the city as the guest
of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Ful
Mr. W. W. Ball, editor of the Co
lumbia State spent Sunday and Mon
day in the\city with his mother, Mrs.
B. W. Ball,..
J. Calhoun McGowan, Esq., of Char
lotte, spent the week-end in the city
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
McGowan. , s
Mr. J. T. Crouch and bride, return
Ing to Greenwood from their brid I
trip, spent Sunday with the ir sisteV
Mrs. J. lE. Glenn.
Mrs. F. P. Tatum and children have
returned to McColl after spending sev
eral weeks with Mrs. Tatum's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Bolt.
Mr. Shell McDaniel left yesterday
for Tuscaloosa, Ala., where he has ac
cepted a position with the Tuscaloosa
Steam Laundry. Hundreds of friends
over the city and county will regret
to learn that he has decided to make
his home away -from Laurens.
A wvedding of unusual interest was
solemnized -at the home of Mrs.
Vaughn Miller ' Saturday afternoon.
wh'len her cousin, Miss Katheryn Mc
Gee was hap~pily married to Mr. John
W. Bolt, Jrl. The wvedidng was a very
qIlet one,-'only the immediate relatives
and~ intimate friends he~ng p)resenit.
Rev. M. L. Lawsoni, pastor of the First
Baptist church, pieirformned the core
'mony. Although a vtery quiet affair,
tihe home wvas tastefully nnd elabor.
ately decorated for the occasion and
the ceremony was performed amid a
scene of rare beauty. A large num
ber of presents dlispliayedl In the parlor
attested to the popularity of the
young people. After the ceremony
light refresh ments w~ere ser~ved to
those in attendance. Mr. and Mrs.
Bolt loft on the evening train for Au
gusta and other points, returning yes
terday. They will be at home tem
porarily with the groom's parents, Mr.
and Mirs. J. Warren Bolt.
taking' the day in JLaurens. We de
livered over 200 pecks In the cilty 1last
week. Phone 88.
See our beautiful Imported China,
large line to select from, and priced
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
~,Coming at the
Some Red Cross Seal Figures.
Few people have any concep
tion of the magnitude of the
Red Cross Christmas Seal cam
paign. ,Here are a few figures
that will show what a gigantic
movement this is.' Already 115,
000,000 seals have been printed
and practically that entire nuim
ber distributed to agents in al
most every stiiie in the Unioni.
Prob ibly 15,000,000 more will
be nee 'd. Advertising circulars,
posters, cards, etc., to the nun
ber of several mill'ion, have been
distributed. It is estiliated that
the army of paid and volunteer
workers engaged in selling seals
numbers well over 100.000. The
advertising and publiicty donat
ed to the campaign amounts -to
several hundred thousand dol
One of the prettiest weddings that
ha9 occurred in the Rabun communi
ty for many years was at the-beautiful
country home of Mr. and Mrs. Tully F.
Babb on Wednesday. when their
daughter, Miss Mae, became the bride
of Mr. Smith 1. Martin of Warrior
At the appointed time. one-thirty,
the Mendellsohn wedidng 'march was
being played by Mrs. Luther Roper of
Laurens when the bridesmaids, Misses
Ruth Martin and Allie Babb, sisters of
the bride and groom, the groomsmen,
Messrs Furman Poole of Tylersville
and Robert Roper of Laurens, marched
into the l1aylor stanidng on eitler side
of an arch which was beautifully en
twined in ivy and white chrysan the
mums. After the bride and groom
had taken their stand under the arch,
Rev. Mr. Baggott marched in alone,
and in a few minutes the happy cou
pl were made one.
The bride never looked more beau
tiful than when she marched in on the
arm of Mr. Martin. wearing a dress
,made of white silk crepe, made under
real hand-made lace and pearl trim
mings. The bridesmaids wore dresses
'of white silk crepe d chine over mes
saline and pearl trimmings.
After congratulations were extend
ed the invited guests were ushered in
to the dining room decorated with ivy
and pink chrysantheinuis, by Mr. T.
Houston Babb. The guests were served
by Mr. and Mrs. Houston Babb, Mrs.
Tully Babb and Mrs. Charlie Saxon,
meats, salads, dressing. macaroni
'cheese, pickles, cranberries, andl hot
coffee all finding a place on.the tempt
ing menu. Cheese straws were then
served, followed by white cake, golden
cake. coaconut cake and boiled cus
tard. During dinner each guest had
pinned on them a souenior bearing the
inscription: Babb-Martin, Dec. 9, 1914.
The only decorations on the table were
three large embroidered centerpieces,
the center one over pink bearing a
stand of many kinds of fruit, on each
eond was a stack of' cheese straws
bearing the name of B-M.
Many handsome presents of silver,
cut glass, rugs, pictures. several beau
tIful pieces of hand-mnaedl centre pieces
and m~any other useful articles were
Those present were Miss Ruth Mar
tin, of Warrior, Mrs. Luther Roper of
Laurens, Mr. and Mrs. Belton Owens
of Eden section, WV. D. Owens and
mother of Rabuni section, Mr, andl Mr's.
C. C. Saxon of Rabun section. Mr. and
Mrs. B. WV. Mairtin of Eden section,
Mrs. L. F. Nabors of Laurens, Messrs.
'Milton Strawhorn, Robert Roper of
Laurens. Furman Pooleeof Tylersville,
Claude Brown of Anderson, J. W.
Wells of Gray Court, and Rev. Mr.
Baggot of Gray Court.
Wanted 5,000 men, women and chil
dren to visit our big sale.
Our line of Dolls are the best values
5 cents up.
S M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
Pues Cured Ia 6 to 14 Days
Tour druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMIENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Blind,Dleedingor Protruding Piles iu6to1l4deaya,
The first application gives Etase and Rest. 5Sc.
Davis-Roper Co's. big Shoe bargains
are the talk of the county.
tae lokthouh u line. Yo ar-sr.t
Make Your Gifts
~ Useful -Gi*fts
These are just the kind of Gifts that you will
find at our store. Our stock is so large and the
( selection so varied that choosing is easy. Come
take a look through our line. You are sure to
-~ find just the things you want, and at our prices
.'. you can afford to buy a present for all.
S.M.& E. H.WILKES& CO,
I Is' Still On a Tremendous Boom
Last week was orne of vgry heavy buying---but
we still have some of \t e Most Marvelous
ae cut to the Lowest Notch.bi.Tepie
THOUSANDS HAVE REAPED THE BENEFIT
OF THIS RELIEF SALE. WHY NOT YOU?
C LAR D Y& W IL S ON