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90sciviptlon Price Is $1.00 Per Tear
Payable In Advans.
.tfrTkRTISER PIUNTING COMPANY
Laurens. S. C.
*' N . LEE9 President
1''!R LEE Sec. and Treas
M~e,'singRates on ,A pplication.
. ,*ries and Card of Thanks: One
it - red at the postoftce at Laurqns,
1. C., as teeond clai mail matter.
J, '11 1.1EN , S. V,, 0(l'0HERi d4), 191.
1 his year of Grace 1915 Charles
* 4a.'&ear to 1) I lydebounld.
W-4e the success of otir this year's
'a;r and all of our previous1 fairs have
beeon (ue( in great meastire to the un
iIIing labors of the three highest of
110rs. Messrs Byrd, Watts and Power,
it ma safely he said that to Mr. W.
10 .\eCten is (ule in largest nasure
fhlt credit for that individual work so
evaeui lal in getting out exhibits. As
a nwnber of the advertising commit
lev. he cont.ributied a great deal of
tlime and labor towards writing exhib
itor: in different sections of the coun
, persuading them to bring their pro
ulri here for exhibition and to him
Il. i:,ir assoiation is deeply indebted.
.\an.. others assisted the officers will
Uitv and uinspringly, It they are
!it e iueroius that. It would be diff.llilt
It na,1me them here.
le the dleI ab of young Cohen was
ol..i11l - affair an ' the perpel ra
* the awfil crille ill the conli it
p *in Fridav ouglih to be pinished
I\. tho important (1114 tion to he
-!'rel i-i n1ot so muchz''l will the
oeiivpIt 11h11l nishid l rol this par
v rimew, but is the d11isreuard of
I . 11he f'iidam11enftal callsc of the
* 0., t(o lbe allowed to cotin1ue iln
. ston. To M.\ayor-elect. lyde will
b, !, : he tak.;h of answerillg this by
hi 1 '(dS. Should le Wink at the open
* on of the 11w dulrilg his admill
it I on ai piaaIiayors: have done,
oni r such dfisordies may he
4d( nd the and lrspolsibility may
I . d 4--*o'1oi vely u1ptm the shotild14
I '' hiI. lI:i I nedec s:;ors alld those
i!M TNA01101 l SPitlT.
-l. nowho ik not imbue11id wahl the
11rs if ha; in-: hlintess in thle
1 1 m4)41:11 inl Ite Crap(e Y of teach
.t terhr spirit ivollveI love
a Ik, love': fa th ie Biold andi
a d it to thle s:timol. In
u onl4-; the un1:lerl.yin:: miotive of*
4- e talcher is it e~r to ser \e-_
t the hl d I , Io .w oe he school
hole. and to serve tH! commin
viil" tue clool is lo'nted. This
r- of t hi 11ru4 teailhei ma~n ifests
uIf Iln a grier (Icoer thouit t
11h4 s':eess of thle school t han about
the4 Mi; ary rece(ived ( for thle w~ork done.
.Anethter, and1( a more1 signal way ini
wich(l the 1 eachier mIanlifests t he pr1operC
sp41irl Is iln availi ng herselIf of every
ltgtimlate meanis for self-cultulre and
for helter preparation for her work.
:No teacher should neglect the import
ant matter' of subscribing to, ando readl
ing and studying with <:are, one or'
mlore applroVed schlool journals. Think
of a doctor who neglected his medical
journals, or a lawyer who was too in
dilfferent and1 unconcerned to read1 and
dige';t the latest legal reports! Such
an one woulId soonl be relegated to the
rubbii lsh hieap~ of professional falluire
where' he rightly belonged. Can the
tea (h4'r who nlegIeels such opportui ity
for siel1f-culItur~e and bet.teor preparation
hotie for' a dlitferent fate?
A not herI l tig tha t (every teacher
shiOul b le ilntense(ly in terest ed in, anld
it tend alpon, Is the reguilar meetIng of
ii' he enunty teachrls' assoient ion. Noth
ing ;14 surely IindilentIS the teacher01
.ulii as thle desirec to exchlanuge ideas
w ith on 's fellow teacher. Th'le pa pers
To folks who ha
anne Coffee a chanc<
make this offer.
Buy a pound can.
home be sure to use just
nary cheap coffee. Ther
go to the store you bougi
money back. That souni
Get It From
read, the discusisons participated in,
the lectures given in these associa
tion meetings are sources of great
helpfulness to the teacher who earn
estly enters Into the spirit of such a
meeting, and really tries to get good
out of it. No one woild care to
have his child nider the instruc
tion of one so unconcerned about
self-i provemient, and better prepara
tion for. this all-important work as to
be lin willing to attend every teaclrs'
Ieting " within easy reach. Th'e teach
er who negleets to avail hierelf of flie
good possible to her ill teachers' Jourin
als and telachels' iu(ietings is dooied
to die or mental and lprofesional stag
latiol. Why do so iliany of our1!
Iteaclers seek new sehools, or new
oifls of' eiploymt lit every year? B
(au1se they are more concelried about
haviia al easy pleasant lime, and
aboti drawing their imioithly stipend
thant they are about professional imi
lroveileii. Let all of or teachers
join tlie Con'11ty as.4ociat lio this year,
and enter into its work with the dhe
terinliation to get good out of it.
Teacher, you owe It to your school, to
your-self, to the individual child placed
under your care, and to the commun
Ity that has put its school interests in
your hands for the year.
Stop the Circus.
The colinty-to-county campaign is
worthless and a nuisance. If these
wind-jamming coitests have ever en
lightened the people on the political
issues of the day we do not recall It.
In fact, it is a fact beyond denial that
practleally everybody who attends a
campaign ileetiig does so with tle
hope I hat ie will "see the fur fly".
Proof or tlis is found Iin compaiIng
till two circlses four years ago, when
1ial and Talbert were candidate.,; for
the Senate and Illease and Jones were
'uining for Govern'lor. The cr.owds
that 11 tten ded the (i"Governiors' Ileet
Ing'' were large and loud, and they got
the reward they were lookiing for lit
1 m'iudlinging campaign. On the olh
er Ian. MIr. Dial and Mr. Talbert each
had4 a1 platform nid el discussed is
sties. but nobody heard t11hem. Ilad
Ihey .Im1111w on each oi o1er an1d called
l sorts of nailes tle attend1(alce
would have no douti been increased.
--( 10o1enwood Daily .loua1111.
* TYl.I:ISVI LLE NEWS.*
T'y'avil0, Oct. IS. -tev. .10 Wood
;r Gi'r.vi!ie delivered a very interest
in Sill 11011 a 4ang'ston Sun1d1 y m1'onlil
I iss Li!a Donnan of .WhIimie
spilent the week-cind with her parilts,
.r. and Mrs. .1. W. Dolan.
.Iss Mahel vIsited N Iiss 1i1
litl l'etersonl F-1unday.
.)1r. and Ilrs. .1. 1'. Cooper an1d faim
i!y speit Sinday wili .\ 's. .\. A.
Mis; LYdie l'etersonl ofrprabr
:pentil tlhe wo'eek-eild witih ler parills.
.\Mr. and NIrs. .1. W. Peterson.
MIr. andI NI . I. .1. Bland of SuIiter,
:1 visiting rlat ives in Tylersville.
M .T. J'. l'oe was inl Cliniton onl
Born to NIr. and1 Mrts. 11. l'. l'4)ole, on
October' 12 h, a1 son1.
MIr:. Ni les Clr of 1241 Clinit on spent1
Sunday with his miothier Mrs. NI. 0.
We ar~ie sorry3 Ito relport that Master'
.1i 111 ittl1e is qu ite.4 sil'k. We hope to
see thle little fellow able to he out
Sol id ('ar1 loatd of I ron Reds just re
eele the best values ever shown In
S. M. & E. H. WILKIDS & Co.
* Pine GArove Schocol Honor R~oll. *
Ninth Gr'ade--Maggle Boozer, NellIe
.Jotnes, Becatricc Ward, F'lorie Della
Eighth Grade--Sarah Boozer, Enmmie
Workman, Mabel Smith.
Sixth Grade-CharlIe Workman,
Nannie H ill, Mar'y N9el, Sallie IHill.
TPhirid Gr'ade-Katile (Coats, Geor'ge
C'oats, Le'nora Neel, LIllie Mae Work
See the solid 02ak llockersn that we
(offtur at $1.'75.
S. M. & Ei. HI. Wrilke & Co.
ve never given Luzi
a to please you, we
rf making the coffee at
half as much as of ordi
a if you a knt 1gisfied,
ut it from, andc get your
Is reasonable doesn't it.
No Alum -No Phosphate
8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 88 M.J.J.Odellfron tholowersee
8 8 tion of the county came In Monday to
S Local and Personal Mention. 8 spend the day on business.
8 8 Mr. Clarence Wilson from over on
8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 Habun Creek was here yesterday look
Mr. C. W. Tune will attend the meet- lng after business.
ing of Synod in Rock Hill this week. Mr. Aug. 1l. Pitts of the Friendship
Mrs. Charles Rounds of Clinton is in section sold cotton on the local market
the city visiting realtives. yesterday.
Mr. George 1. Nabors from Clinton M Dtch usnin th Liyreste
spent the day in the city last Friday.
.Nir. lien F. Simlimon of llarksdale, Ml. 1P. Poole of Route rwo
silent the day here Monday. w a business visitor here on
.\l . .1. N. Leak, mayor of Gray Court, day.
was a Itsiness visitor here Ionday. Mr. S. .1. Taylor, who resides on
NI r. Tom 1. lrown of Route Three ray Court Route Three, was here on
spent the day here yesterday. Iiisiicss dilug tle latter hart of the
N Ir. P. Ii. hiallye was among the e.eek.
busiless Ien In i le City oil Tuesday. Capt, and Mrs. 11. F. Fleming and
Ar. Steve ciarike or 4aa1trens Roite Miss iol ise 1'eltiig. of Greenwood,
Three spent the day here yesterday.
Alr. .1. s. Craig of Tylersviile was Mr. and Mt's. .1. M. Algary atd Mr.
here on liusi ness Tuesday. atid N
\r. Toi Malon of .\eria spelit yes- Soals, We v among ihose who altend
lerday here on business. ed ile Couty fair lriay.
DI'. Cl lol Ila ys of Clintotn Wits am1ongr Colonel .aek Gleitn, gra m ler p if
the visilors inI tle city yesterday. lier keys at the County Ioteli. %vill
.\Mr. I'et 0. F11111i of Route Six spet leave this week for Cinlotton where lie
TIsdayvn In Iarti i'eiwS.Ill (1 a lil sit mitiet vacatlon.
NMr. Fit zh ugh Dion notn was here from i s aih Ilicks
Iloite Fotir yesterday. -i Ed wa'd IivIrs fo last week for
Mr. .1. 1lenis .\artini was atmon g Ilie *\ iwas w liere they will reain for
.\laddlen citizens here yesterday. mine weeks selllig school supplies.
.\r. Geor. e5 W. Long wa.,s here onl
NI i. (corg W.I~otg ws heic itt Nil-. .11in tlie 1). lllack wvell of iloyds
business yisterday.ll spent Monday here, lie llit
.Nil. Z. It. Troyilham spent the (i day w 11111i a coop of tnisuaIly t1ne
is.; Claude Gray froin (;ray ('ou rt, c Mw A s Ii it of he1
ilt the cily as the geest of relatives.
iss Ana Rhodes and \ivia ' baliic W o
Ni ss itti l~lioes i iclV liiiitpresent onl hitsilness Ihe fIirst parit. of
C(heck ot G:-ay Court, slilt th tie w li eek- ((.
nd with l iss NI ittle Owlnugs.
Nliss Nell ('hibiress. a stidel at Pti::o All . lliv a oiiug
Lander College, sleil. the week-enldili his (,tto IC met I Wit (f Is tai'iel
here wtih holimefoliks. wvlo will v'sil. at Is hole for
.Nil-. L. It. l1ihb of Owings, Rloute
Tw o, was aiong Ihe visitors in I au- l Nt.
re.ns lhiel latter part of the we('k. l week fot Spartatibii'g pre L i'il
NIiss Aimelia Todd las returned
. . . . ... ory to go ig to W\asliitigtonl whetre
htoite atltr an txt(iede vIsit wvithiCl.I~bi~iltk ilhsCiisa
frienids ini Alabinta, Atlanita and s'rli yt 'tgcsuneetS 1
NI iss P enr iar inidy left last Siatur- N ' Jl i ..Illltis fIleStIo
day foi' Oi'angebturg where she willCotitiit'aneiyseryafr
teachi tis year' in the hIgh school. lne IvetastgrOt'adar
Mr.i Saimmy Aust in, of Landrumt, has N' etg .Ca'yoeo h
been sp~end~ing sevetal days in the cityTli'vlef'te'spntTtsdyi
with his mnotheri, Nirs. lat'y E. Aus.''~irn onbses.
Miss Susan Dean had her mother', Mts crvyoLti'nwate
fi'om Newberry, as her' guest for sev'
eral days hist week. cray voIs onutgth
Mliss Rluth Payne andl friend, of
Newbei'iy, .,pcnt the week-end in thesignathe'vlaatCt'a a
city with the foi'mer's par'etnts.eiuct-renleDayPed
Mi'. 'N. A. Craig and soin andI Mr'.mot
Lewis Mlajor, of Gi'eeniwood, spent AieWfo',woi ec~ga
Sunday in the city.Tuiahs itNitil i'nngI
NIir. John W. flecks, of War'e Shoals, hrsho.Sei oabtosta
spent Friday and1 Saturtday in the st a vnptbnh~o' n
city with relatives.toth tisIhefrtyaro
Dir. A. W. Sims, of Waterloo, who eettgWitiio eklNws
has been ctrilically i,ll, Is t'eported Ito ti nersigt no htCc
he mtuch betltr. Cnlohtl nwNts T .Wfo~
N.\tr. W. .1. Sloan, oif Attder'son, spentofitirn),aemrofIlecssf
Sutnday in the c'it y with hi iis briothier,I 9Ihaadagte'AzeWfo',
NI\i'. W. Ii. Sloan.wohsgtdutdaWiti'p A
Nit'. J1. R. Adams, of Ilichmnond, Va., te'dtgtiIfti ebro
spent Stindally in Ithe( eily w i ih Dr. andlIleSno Iss i'.Wfo' a
it's. 1H. E. IIlughes. acasaeo ls aheG'n 1(
Mr ns. Geo. A. hirowning, Jr1., and1 lit- NisMr oe ~hoaen~ tm
tie dauighte r. LilII an liiirnis, were in le'~ toi h lti'pfci y
the City NMonday. Wt ltO)W~i es
Mrs. folio CGray and Nh's. TI. L. 11i1- M.aC~'..onT.Gloams
hams of Gray Court were in tile cIty soaiso ico ot hnlf
shoppIng yesterday. hn ogo h 0ho uutfi
J1. Austin Clarke, of Tt'enton, spent Gagw ctad lc1010o r
the week-end with his father,' Rtev. W.Galwysa'esoraersrst
A. Clar'ke. Ms alwy eoe1C ntraet
Mr. .Jones 11. floiter from the lion-MrGalay astewdwoth
det'sonville sectlonl was here on busi- lt e.S .'od fti lae
ness5 Monday.Teywlspn thwierISc
Nir. Larry T'odd of the lower Pea luciigt re'c ntes~'n
Iidge neighibotrhood camle in Mondayof10.Ite'ofiershaebn
and~ sipentt the (lay on busIness,. eevdfo i'.Gloa yMs
Mir. Ni. C. L. Moot'e fromi tnear theW.AClkefo SigaroIda
city was hei'e Mfonday attendilng to iidNa'aleFace~ hywr
busIness. t pn eea ly i ~'5a~
Mr. Pat Miadden of Cold Point was te oo yl~lli oGagw
a btusinecss visitor here thec :irst of the
weekI.Seot'e vln of'ea'Ni'
NMt. Mlack lloyd wh'1o lives in theAttlumv'e
Tiity-llidge (listrilt spent1 Mionday i.M .i.WiiE O
In the City.
NIi'. W. P. Mloris of litiute Foitr 01( arle edadfo
Came in yestrdaty to look aftr butsl - C ..I)netebs 'l ob
tics: inte'.\tsr.ou . J. &dl fromi the loer & C
+ SOCIETY. +
+++++ +++ +I+ +++
Saturday afternoon from 4 to 6
o'clock, Miss Toccoa Caine entertained
at a trousseau tea complimentary to
a number of friends who have con
tributed so much to the delightful
rounds of gaities preediig her nar
ringo which takes place this evening.
The guests, including as they did, the
intimate friends of Miss Caine among
the young ladies and young married
set, were given'the privilege of view
Ing the elaborate trousseau, the tin
crous beautiful and exquisite pieces
bringing forth many expressions of ad
Imiiration. )uring the afternoon dell
clous ice cream and cake were served.
A marriage that was a great sur
prise to their hundreds of friends
throughout this section was that of
Miss Mfildred Babb and Mr. A. S. Per
ry which took place last Sattirday ev
ening at the home of Rev. J. R. T. Ma
jot who performed tie ceremony. The
we i11ng was a very quiet affair, there
bein present only a few relatives and
friends of the two young people. The
ceremony was performed at eight
o'clock and shortly afterwards the
young couple left for Clinton where
they took the train for a short honey
moon trip. They are expected home
some time this week.
The bride is the attractive daughter
of Mayor and Mrs. C. E. Dabb and her
many winning qualities has made for
her a host of friends throughout this
section of the state. After her grad
untion from the Laurens High Sc-hool
several years ago she entered the Co
lumbia Female College where she re
mained until last year. The groom is
a promising young business man of
Laurens, being manager of the Idle
Hlour Theatre. During his short resi
dence in this city he has won many
friends by ils pleasingly attractive
.inno1 u'uncet Par'ty.
A charming social event was the
Forty Two party given by Mrs. Eugene
liudgens at her home on Main street,
ini honor of her sister, Miss Kate
Wright, on Wednesday afternoon, Oc
The lower floor was beautifully dec
orated, eiids and little red hearts
being in evidence every where-on the
curtains and suispended from tile
chandiliers; also tall vases of white
roses and chrysatiihemnutms. Nine ta
bles were arranged for the players,
cach table being marked with a red
heart, the nu1timher of cipids on lie
ieart indicating tie i miinmber of lie
table. The score cards wverc uni iqle,
these being vlite cardits surmouited
by little clipids and slispIended from
the card on wiite ribbon was a minia
tnure bride, and across the front of the
card, the following ann ounedent
Miss Kate Wright
Mr. 'T. N. llolmes,,
' Nov. 17, 1915,
On the conclusion of the gamie, a de
lightful salad course w~as served, fol
lowved by a sweet course, even in the
refreshments, the color scheme of red
and white being carm'ied out,
Those assisting the .hostess wore
Misses H-enry Wright, Luhee Elchol
berger, Nannie Kate Hiudgens, Leila
Wilkes and Mrs. Carroll Miller.
Miss Wright is a daughter of Mr. J,
N. W~ight of Laurens and is a popular
member of the younger social set,
This "announcement party" is the
fir'st of a series of charming social
events being planned in honor of Miss
The many friends regret that her
marriage to Mr. Holmes on November
17th, will necessitate her leaving Laut
The last and crowvning social event
prior to the marriage of Miss Toccoa
Caine and Mr. Walter Powell this week
was the elegant retception tendter'ed in
their honor' by .\irs. William Piecec
Caine and Mr's. Rlober't F. Fleming at
their beautiful home on South Hiarper
street last evening. Th'ie house, es
pecially adiaptedl to such an entertain
ment, w'as most artistically decor'ated
in car'nations and ferns, the color
scheme of ipink and white being car
ried out in every detail.
Tho guests were met at the front
door -by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M.
Wilkes and Mrs. Br'ooks Swyger't.' Mr.
and Mrs. James Davis and Mr. and
Mr's, R. F. Jones dliectedl them to the
receiving line, composed of Mr. and
Mrs. Ri. F. Fleming, Mrs. S,. W. Heath,
of Farmington, Fairfield county, M'
anti Mrs. Rt. F. Fleming, Si'., anti Miss
Fleming, Greenwood; Miss Faul I. Bal
imnore; Miss Har'toni, Grieenville; Dr.
and Mrs. J1. 'W. Poll, Wilmington;
Mi'r.[Johin I lerndon, Gr ieenville; Mr's,
Klimor'e Powell, Whiteville, N. C.( Mr,
and~ Mrs. D)ial Gray and Mr'. Earle
CaIne, Laurens. Mr. and Mr's. N. Ti.
Dihah introduedt the guests to the bi'i
(onntintha on Pnage Eight.)
Just two of the very
newest fall models we
received this week. They
come in pearl, sand, cas
tor, hare-brown, ivory,
maltese and black.
Clardy & Wilson
SPBCML NOT CB
Wanted-A rentei for the Copeland
place, three miles from Laurens. Leave
application at Advertiser ollice witll
For Sale-'ihe famous Stomp Spring.
Noted for its line mineral water; 200
acres farim and pasture land; located
near Renno, S. C., between Seaboard
and C. N. & L. railroad. Apply to
it. M. WolUf, L1aurens, S. C. 13-2t
Lost-iet ween lryson -station and
I-aurens or In the city, one key ring
containing 4 keys and one shoe but
(oner. Finder please leave at illun
ter Uros'. store or notify A. A. Bald
win, Ora1, S. C. 1.3-1t f
W1ataied--Dealer or sub-dealer for.
Chevrolet .lotor Oars at Lautenus and
ClHinton. Prices, roadster, $110; tour
ilg ca' $190 and $750. Address 13. A.
iawkilns, Col nihia, S. C. 13-1t
Waniteid At Once--A .helper for
dreissmaiking. Apply to MIs. M. E.
Oliver, (Bay iuilding. 3-I t-d)(l
Farm for Uent--The Wright. place -
near Uisbon, -1 or 5 horse fain. See 11.
V. S'impson or J. N. Wright. - 13-2t
Fori Ren't--Two communicatIng of
fices. Water, light and steam heat in
('luded. Apply to Lau rens Nat. Bank.
Wannted--Few fist-cl ass milk cows,
fresh in, nothing under :3 galions, also
good calves wanted. Write mec what
you have and prlice. D. A. Coloman,
Fountain Inn, S. C. 13-2t-pd
To Rent.--lmproved xthree horse
farnm. Splendid location; good house
and out houses; line lpasture; terms
moderate. For further information,
address A. GI. Irby, So. Harper St.,
Laurens, S. C. 13-it-pta
Notice--Registered Duroc Jersey
Boar ready for service at Tumblin
Shoals. Fee $3.00 or a pIg. SullIvan
'Power Go; 13-2t
Notlee--4egistered Berkshire Boar
ready for service at Bloyds Mill. Fee
$3.00 or -a pig. Reedy River Power
Lost-About two weeks ago, near
Burts Blridge, one small hound bitch,
red1 with slpeckledi ring round neck,
white nose and breast. Finder return
to .ino. Blolt, .Jr., and receive liberal
Lost-Solid gold filigree cuff button
somewhere on public square of Lau
r'ens. Rlewardl of $2.00 if returned to
the Laurenis Hotel. 12-2t
IFor Sale or Exchange.-m have a
cut-down Ford car 1912 Model in first
class condition. Four new tires wIth
nell or exchange for 5 passenger tour
ing ear and pay r'easonable dlifference.
Box 216, Greenwood, S. C. 11-3t
For Sale-Carpenter Organ, used
only short time. Bargain. Address
Mrs. L. A. McCordl, or call at Mrs. Mc
Cord's studio, Laurens, S. C. 11-5t-pd
For Sale Or Will Trade together or
separately for cattle or stock, one
W~hite-Blakesley 15 hi. p). gas engine
with throttling governor, and 46 Inch
corn mill, in good condition, Jj.
Towvnes Curry, Gray Court, S. C.
......... ..... -l1-5t-pd
Money to Loan-In lots of $1,000 and
up on improved farm land from 4 to
10 years. Rates reasonable. Apply
by letter to J. S. Craig, Laurens, Rt. F.
ID., or to A. C. T1odd, Laurens. 10-Gt
For Sale-70 acres well improved
farm, with good dIwellihng, out build
ings and tenant house, good neighbor
hood, convenient to school and church
es, known as 10rnest Blenet home place.
Anderson & Blakely. - -tf
Lund For Sale.-on long terms,
Also land to rent, front one to twenty
five horse farm. Seo me or wi~e me
at once. Thoes. M. Shaw,
i2-tf. Laurens, S. C., R. F. D. 4,