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Mr. F. F. Fowler, of Clinton, was
a visitor in the city Thursday.
Mr. Nathan Widlace of Brysons was
a visitor in Laurens last Monday.
Mr. J. W. Willis of Gray Court was
aniog those here Monday.
Airs. L. 0. Hliers and child, Lonnie,
are visiting. relatives in Allendale. .
Mrs. L. C. Dalle, Jr., is visiting her
parents in Newberry.
MIr. Eiest Easterby/spent severa:
days li Unilon this week on business.
.Mr. George 11. Nabors from Clinton
Route 2, spent the day iere .londay
r. Frank Walker of Ilackville is
spending sole "t1ime he re visiting
friemds and relati es.
.Mr. H. F. Tumbi n, who lives on
floute 2, was a V sitor in the city.
Mr. .1. 11. Roper, of the liiikory Tav
r11 settlement, was a business visitor
In the city Monday.
Mrs. M. E.. Pitts, whbo hlas been Vis1
iting relatives In the city, has retirn
ed to her. home iII Jlbertoni, Ga.
M iss lla 13. Satterwhite, of Coluim
bin, is visiting iier sister, Mrs. J. C.
\. Mr. Gary Eichelberger, of Greens
boro, N. C., has been spending the
holidays in the city with relatives.
Miiss Marion Hampton, of Gastonia,
N. C., has been vlsiting Miss Inez
Hudgens for several days.
.11ss Catherine Ball, of C6lumbia,
spelit several days last, week with her
grandmother, Mrs. B. W. Ball.
Miss Edith Sexton, of Spartanburg,
has been spending several days in the
city with her sister, Mrs. Clyde K.
Misses Mary Todd and Dorcas
Calmes spent several days in Green
wood last week as the guests of
Mr. Carl Bramlett, who has been
employed by J. C. Burns & Company
for several years, has moved to tile
country and will farm this year.
Robert Lucas returned to tile city
Monday to take up1) his studies In the
graded school after spending the fall
months in Tennessee.
Miss Fannie Garrison left several
days ago for Sumter, where she has
accepted a position as stenographer
in a large offilee.
\Mr. and MIrs. Win. A. .Moorehead and
little soil, William, of Goldville, spent
Christmas day with Mrs. Moorehead's
parents, Mr. and .il's. Geo. C. Hopkins
on East Main street.
Misses Mary, Lucia and Annie Simp
son have returilied to the city after
spending tile Chiiistimas holidays in
Jactsoiiville. Mirs. Simpson ill rI e
turn in several wels.
D'. .1. S. Byrd and L. W\igfall
C'heaitham10, of i-dgefield, s penit WVedneits
day' inight ini the city onl their waty to
Oia to attend th*e lian~teor-.\lay wed
art, of Greeniville, andi M\iss Ik lit'
.sch ool, were2 guests of M" iss Lillian
I iopkins, 0on i-:at .\aini stet'l l:st
foi' GrIeienville and Wareo Shoal s wherie
lhe will spenud ai few (lays oin busiints
r.S. 0. ilabbl, of Fonitin Innli, was
a visitor' in~ the city yestei'day.
family have retulrned to their old
home11 in tile llickor'y Tavein coml
miunity afrter' living foi' some1 timle inl
Mir. Fred Whlam left Saturday for
Chlarleston wher'e he todfa steamer
for Jacksonville, Fin., to elnter' upon0
his diuties as traveling demlonstrator
andl salesman foi' aln automobile ac
Mr. 'EdwIn L. Lawvson, son1 of Rev.
M, L. Lawson, returnled to the Atlan
ta Medical College Monday after
ap ending the holidays in the city with
his5 parents. Mr. Lawson expects to
secure hIs degree tis year anld pr'ob
ably will practice in' Valdosta, Ga.
W. B. McGowan of Laurens passedl
throuigh Columbia yesterday en route
from his honme, where he has been
spending the holidays, to Lewisburg,
WV. Va., where he toaches in tile
Greenbrier Military academy. Mr.
McGowan, well known as "Wop," was
captain elect of the U'niversity of
South Carolina football team for tihe
last season, but did not retturn to col
lege, Hie was for thlree years a star
tackle at Carollna.-The State, Tues
An event of much Interest was the
marriage of Misc Ora Adella ihunter
.to Mr. Luke Thomas May, at the beau
tiful copntry home of the bride's moth
er, Mrs. Wiliam Mills Hunter, 'near
Ora. on Thursda., Deu. 81, 1914, a 1
A color scheme -Of pink and white
was observed throughout. The house
was exquisitely decorated with holly,
mistletoe, ivy, ferns, and pot plants.
The soft lights of many pink and white
candles, the lovely costuimes, the
songs, music, and the beautiful cere
Mony caused the scene to be -one of
unusual beauty and impressiveness.
Just before the bridal Ptrty entered
MIrs. Thonias F. Jones, of Woodruff,
accompanied by Miss Janie Massey
Kilgor , of Woodruff, sang, "Te Night
lath a Thousand Eyes." To the
strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding
march, played by Miss Kilgore, the
bridal party camne down the hall and
Palssed under an archway of ivy into
the parlor. They entered as follows:
Miss .1aie Louise Huniiiter, tile bride's
siste', and Mr. EufShce Ii. Prescott, of
Edgefleld, Miss hunter being gowIne
in delicate pink crepe do chine triin
mied in lace and swans down; Nliss
Annie Downs Kligore, of Wodruff,
witi Ir. WilllinmI M. 1lun ter, a broth
er of the bride, Milss Kilgore wearing
a diess of wlilte cerpe de clihie wh
pearl trimmilings. 'i'len calie the two
little Ilower girls, Ida 1 May liiunater, 0
L.aurens and Lottise limiter, of O.-a,
cousins of the bride, scattering rose
letals from p1ink baskets and wea ring:
white lingerie' dresses with pink rib
bons"- - They ,were as fresh and sweet
as the flowers with which they decked
the way. The bride, lovely in a trav
eling suit of Russian green with hat
and gloves to match, caine dowi tle
hall on the arm of her sister, Miss
Linda May Hunter, the maid of honor,
who was charniingly gowned In a cre
atlop of ivory white chiffon and satin
over crepe do chine. After these came
the groom with his best man, Mr. E.
E1. Padgett, of Edgefleld. Before a
magniflcent altar of ferns and ivy the
sacred rite was solemnized by Rev. 1.
N. Kennedy, of Ora, during which Mrs.
Jones sang very softly, "At Dawning."
Mrs. N. A. Craig, of Greenwood, and
Mrs. J. K. Muse, of Decatur, Ga., re.
celved the guqsts at the door, and
Messrs J. Ben Hunter and' Boyd De
Shields acted as ushers.
At ten o'clock a breakfast was serv
ed to the bridal party, and after the
ceremony, while Mrs. Jones sang, a de
lielous salad course was served by
Misses Wildred and Janie Wells Kil
gore, Adella Parks and . Edna Stall
worth, of Woodruff, and Miss T. Craig
Hunter, of Ora.
Immediately, amid showers of rice,
Mr. and Mrs. May left for a weel&
stay in Florida. They carry with themn
best wishes of a host of friends wi
sincerely wish them i lappy New t.
and God s)eed on life's journey to
The many handsome presents, con
sisting chiefly of cut glass, silver and
china beair testimolly to theli' 1iopu
Mrs. May, who is a graduate of ('li
cora college, has a large Circle of
fI'ienids'throuighout the state. The pas,
two years she has tauglt school in,
E':dgefield, wliere her ehambig u nsel
fish IJersoni:.lit~y aid beauty of (hra'~
neler hmave end(11ere l'er to the h'ar'..
of' many i3. Therie ls h melit 3 ir. .\1ay,a
rinen 101t y0oung merchantl i~ o if tat
plaec', a mana who pfossesses t he con.
fIllence and1( esteem of' all whol( know '
Among the visitors from a (listan1c(
weie Mrs. W. E. Prescott, Me'ssrs WVal
lace and1( Eustac'e Priescott, P aiul Ceom
and Culbraithm andi Dri. llyrd of Edg
fiel; Mr s. N. A. Craig and'Mrin. S. I'.
Illunter, of Grieenwood ; Messrs Sami
and Frank Iilunter' of Spartanburg and
Mr. andl Mrvs. J. K. Muse, of D~eenir,
Y oungs, Jain. 4.-The member's of thr.
W. 0. W. Olive Camp, No. 51'7, located
at Friiendshiip, Y'oungs township, met
Dec. 3ift, and~ elected the following
offcers for the year '1915: L. M. Dial,
C. C.; W. F. Grumbles, A. L,.; W. (I.
H enderson, Banker; Austin Abercrom
bie, clerk; Wilk Wallace, escort; .
M. Henderson, watchman; C. R1. Smith,
sentry; W. M. H-enderson, W. S. Ma
lone, Laurens Cooper, managers,
Our teachers have returned and our
school began this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Abercrom
bie visited relatives at Lianford Sat
urdlay and Sunday.
Mr. Hamilton of North CarolIna, is
visitinlg 'his daughter, Mrs. W. B.
There was a party at the residlence
of Mr. W. Z. Williams tile nightgof
-Miss Omera Garrett and Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Gault of Fountain Inn,
visitM relatives in this community
last week. Mrs. Gault was formerly
Miss B3eualh Garrett, and lIved here.
Mr. DeWyatt Glenn went to Spar
tanburg a few days ago.
Mr. t'ills Cox of La~nford, was in
this section Monday.
Mrs. Mattie WVallace Martin, widow
of the late Fountain Martin died at
her home Saturday and will be buried
at the 'Wallace burial ground today,
DEAtI OF MRS. J. E. CLARY.
DIed Saturday Night After an Ilness
of Several Weeks.
Mrs. Azilo Wilson Clqry, wife of J.
E. Clary, of this city, died at her home
hero Saturday night it 10 o'clock af
ter an illness of several weks. She
had been critically ill for some time,
the end having been momentarily ex
pected for several days previous to
The funeral was held at the Laurens
cemetery Sunday afternoon at 3:30
attended by a large assemb'lage of
'iriends and relatives. The csrvices
were conducted by her pastor, the
R1ev. C. F. Ranina, of the First Pres
byteria1n church and a musical pro
gram, softly sung, was rendered by a
choir of friends. After the services
the grave was completely hidden from
view by the flowers placed there as
ia testimony of love and esteeim.
The following gentlemen acted as
active pall bearers: . 1. Wilkes,
A. D. Gray, It. Fleming Jones, W. P.
'Thliomnason, II. K. A iken, W. '. Wash
ington, I)r. Clifton Jolnes W. 1 .
Clardy. Tle followiig were tile lon
oirary -pall bear ers: J. 1). Watts, W. L.
(Iray, 111rooks Swyge't., Mlaj. \V. A.
Watts, Dr. It. E. Hi ugihles, ). .'%. Davis,
G. C. Albright, Capt. .J. AL. lhilpot, 0.
B. Siin inons, C. V. Tine, 1). 11. Couits,
I)r. W. 11. ial, It. F. F'lemiing, *1r1. A.
Mrs. Clary was the daugliter of the
late Mir. and Mrs. .1. J. Vlioii, who oc
cupied a proinnent Place in the life
of the city for maniy years. 13esides
her husband and four children, the
youngest being an infant but three.
weeks old, the deceased is survived by,
a brother, Earl Wilson, a prominent
young business man of th city, an
uncle, Dr. W. C., Irby, and an aunt,
Mrs. Rosa I. Caine. She was in the
36th year of her age.
Mrs. Clary was a consistent member
of the Presbyterian church and lived
an exemplary Christian life. She was
a woman of many kindly traits of
character and her death is mourned
In many quarters. 1Her devoted lius
band and brother are deeply sym
pathized with in their grea bereave
A HEAVY BURDEN.
A Baid Back Makes Life Miserable for
Many Lmurens People.
A bad back is a heavy burden.
A burden at night when bedtime
Just as bothersome in the morning.
Ever try Doan's Kidney Pills for it?
Know they are for kidney back
ache and for otiher kidney ills?
If you idon't some Laurens )eople do.
Read a case of it:
Mrs. .1an Ic Ledford, -131 pclilg St.,
Laturens, says: "ly kidneys were
weak and my back was so lame that
I could lardly stoop to put .61n my
shoes. I had that worn out, 'fed feel
Ing and a heavy we'ght on y should
ers Could noittl -have felt orse. I was
nerv1,01S anld drow.s , t( . .\y idn1)y~s
act(d too freely a ' iws, il n again
not freely enolugh d the k1iney se
cri~ons were in laid shla;e. had
dizzyt spll and hadIei to put myi ho l
onth wallu to liii ' in fallint .\.
1tr suffein fo'halyIs.Iuw
l a'si I(''l Ki n yii i : 'ot I b..:: relio i
tme frociethy coumiortst and onfxd.
lue in ode.in.
l'rie .50. a al Jan: . 1) 't.
shoply askto' P kidmy.nmdy
Onrs Satdor hMi'. and tMr-...\lii 'm1
son, l ' ..ad~ 's W l oufial, N.t,
MsE intertane i t ioda, t
Tenie turpenine ite's ndwill- P
ther soiet olme of the es)oea
Fla.,erd aslthe oram fwi'the nay
with i'.rnes MaceofLal.,
S. C. as oor uest.
ThSurday evnirm. and Mrrs S . l
sionycut. ande atrs hom at ainec-t
tricser in clieylent mtor.t
'Menveturense Cnerst The we:ie
ther aractive and the enu oyser.
ening.he ltt;atyter rat and campev
einge was seten roram frThe day) t
the C,aounr Cluest. be rell
Thursay evening at r.i o'coc ans
ableneautre t home at tan Wilso
hmchen flares, S. lai for serve
his lovelyctifer and Mrsemen ery
enticMng. The laern Sarth of hewv
Senin as Mssen Vin andok. Machen. t
th o ntCeb havigbenreale
Tnerecount of te adiclem e Teayn-r
hamidard Thurdayigh at 7:30clcka
omlck when melaces re reduerseden.
bThorseprnt wr otWlo n
cutt, r. W. DerkRn Smpshofnew
HOW TO Oive Quinine To Children.
R11QINin Is the trade-nark name given to an
MnrovedQul nine, It is a Tastelebs Syrup. pleas.
ant to ta e and does not disturb the stomach.
ChItdret tke It and never know it Is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not anumeate nor
cause nervousness nor ringingkin te head. Try
It the nettm yune uhTbe for any put.
pose. Ask for 2ounce origoal packan. Tr
name PIKLORINE is blown in bottle. 25 cents.
Take notice that on the 23rd day of
January, 1915, I will make a final set
tlement of the estate of Charles D.
Babb, minor, in the ofilce of the Pro
bate Judge for Laurens County at 1
o'clock A. M.
Any person holding claims against
said estate are notfl qd'and required to
present themli or pf before said date,
duly proven, orie forever barred
0. G. Thompson,
Dec. 22, 1911.- io.
Whenever You Need a General Tonk,
' Take Grove's;
Thle Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally v.gluable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IRON. It acts on tl Liver, Drive.,
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
sioi.lN, SUltE 'EET'
1iow "T1%1" (' r u ired, siwenty,
en111llo d feeti 11nd1 hit1niniV cornls.
Can't .het "T. Z99IZ".
'TiZ, inl the
People who are forced to stand on
their feet all day know what sore, ten
der, sweaty, burning feet mean. They
use "TIV" and "TIZ" cures their feet
right up. . It keeps feet In perfect con
dition. "TIZ" Is the only r9medy in
the world that draws out ajY the pos
onous exudations #Oehich liiffs up the
feet and causes tender, -O'e, tired, ach
Ing feet. It instaot stops the pain
in corns, callouse tnd bunions. It's
simply glorious. Ah! how comfort
able you'r feet feel after using "TIZ".
You'll neveri limp or draw ullp your face
in pain. Your shoes won't tighten and
hurt your feet.
Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now from
any (riutggit, tdepart ment or gtIeeral
store. .lust. think, a whole year's foot
cotmifor't for only 25 cents.
Save your ni
in the history of
many lines will b~
sale yet. Th
TEA]RMS & FOSTIER
It is the wonderful web-process by which
it is made, and the perfection of workman.
ship in every detail, the result of sixty years
experience, that makes the STEARN.S &
FOSTER best of all maamc .
It is dust-proof, rmd ur),:; -prf, vermi-of
germ-proof--the6 mda nnit3-y r t':. knw.
It is healdh prect &lhave a St zara Fo r.
S.M. & E.H.Wlkes & Co.
Special Cash Price on Salmon
All 15, cents Salmon 10 cents
For this week only~
This is not shelf-worn stock, but a price we are
able to make under our New Cash System.
Our Cash System is working fine, as we
are now able to give you better prices on
nearly all goods. Joini our'big crowd of
satisfied custoners to-day.
J. C. Shell & Company
A 15 et amn1 et
s sher tcbtapieer
ur Cs0Sstmiswokn Y'n, s
onery allth gods.toi obrgai crowdnt
.ER Tha ourAtoki9S l
i, as we have had no regular
1is is our first big sale sine