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Miss Henrietta Johnson of Camden
Is the guest of Mrs. IH. S. Blackwell.
Mr. W. E. Pitts of Gray Court Route
Four spent Tuesday in the city.
Capt. T. .1. Duckett, oi' Clinton, was
a visitor in the city Saturday.
Mr. iubier Smith, of Owings, was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. J. S. Craig, of Tylersville, was
in the city yesterday.
Mr. C. L. Compton, tihe able travel
Ing passenger agent of the Seaboard,
was a visitor Li the city Wednesduy.
Mrs. .1. P. Durton is spending some
tine in Newberry as the guest of her
sister, Mrs. F. Z. Wilson.
Mr. lugh Eichelberger of the Pres
byterian College spent Sunday in the
city with home'folks.
Capt. F. WV. Carlisle has returned to
the city after spending several weeks
in Georgia and Alabama.
Mr. John Y. Garlington, who is now:
located at Los Angeles, Cal., is visit
Ing relatives in tihe city for a few days.
Mrs. J. Aug. Barksdale, who is now
living in Atlanta, spent the week-end
In the city with relatives.
Miss Leonora Thompson, a student
at the Greenville Female College,
spent, the week-end here with home.
Miss Nell Childress and her friend,
*Miss Mdlennor Wiggins, students at
Lander College, spent Sunday and
Monday here wtIth Mrs. S.. ). Childress.
Mrs. I. ID. Boyd, of the Trinity
'Ridge section, took the train here Fri
day for Landrum 'where she will visit
* Dr. T. C. Young, who has been mak
Ing his home in Fountain Inn, is now
with Powe Drug Company (luring Jie
.absence of Dr. J. H. Powe.
Dr. J. 11. Powe is in -1altimore where
he is undergoing special treatment at
a hospital there. is miany friends
wvill be glad to know that the last r'e
port shows hcim improving dlaily.
Mr. HI. B. Roper of Honea Path wvas
.among the visitors in the city last
'Thursday. Mr. Roper's many friends
will be glad to learn that lhe is con
templating moving back to Laurens
Miss Flournoy 1H111 of Greenville is
visiting Mrs Pierce Caine. During the
Christian Endeavor Conventoon, Miss
Hil11 aided the local choir in the sing
ing and sang several beautIful solos.
Mrs. Ella Smith, Mrs. JT N. Leak,
'Miss Thelma Phillips and Mi'. Zena
~Wilson wvere among the visitors here
from Gray Court Monday. They camne
down in Mr. Wilson's car'.
Mrs. W. R. Rlcchey and Miss Corrie
Hart, left Monday for Holly 11111 and
other poInts in the lower part of the
state. Mrs. Richmey will remnain butt a
few (lays, but Miss Hart wIll be away
forithe iargeir part of the winter.
Miss Carrie K~nox of Annision, Ala.,
atopped over to speCnd a few dlays here
as the guest of Mrs. .1. P. Simpjson and
family while enroute to Newi Y.-rk
Ship Loads Find
Those Fragrant, Mellow-as-ol
That Make New Orleans the
TH[S IS THE KIND WE Ui
the Coffee that human hand;
green, until it reaches the
take our' word for the goodi
prejudiced. Tlry a can at ou
back if you are not pleased
Use Only HALF as Much
MRS. TIOS. F. JONES DEAD.
Daughter of Mr. .J. N. Wright Dies
Here While in Attendance upon
Christian Endeavor Convention.
Mrs. Belle Jones, wife of Thos. F.
Jones, of Cross 11111, died at the home
of her sister, Mrs. E. S. Iidgens, Fri
(lay evening about eight o'clock as a
'estult of a stroke of paralysis suffered
several hours before. Mrs. Wright
had come to Laurens to attend the
convention of Christian En"ideavors and
more especially to assist in the must
cai progran, so her death, coming as
it (lid almost at the monent that the
convention was called to order, was
peculiarly sad. Mrs. Jones caie to
be the geuist of her father. Mr. .1. N.
Wriglt, ditding the convention but
was visiting at the home of her sister
next door'when she was stricken aind
the body was never removed until it
was carried to the cemetery for burial.
Earler in the afternoon she had
discussed the musical program at
length with friends and had entered
into the plans with that enthusiasm
and willingness to help good causes
that characterizedl her whole life. H1er
relatives had been previously advised
that death might overtake her in this
mnanner, so neither the stroke of
paralysis nor the end were entirely
The funeral services were held Sun
(lay morning at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Iludgens, where the body lay,
and Interment was immediately after
wards in the Laurens cemetery, Rev.
C. F. Rankin conducting the services.
A large number of sorrowing friends
and relatives attended the last rites
and the floral tributes were numerous
and beautiful, among them being a
wreath sent by the convention of
The active pall bearers were: Mesys
1. 1). W. Watis, A. L. ludgens, Charles
F. Brooks, George falle, Conway Dial,
-A. C. Fullmer, Clyde Ray, W. R. McCuen.
The honor'ar'y pall blearer's were: D)r.
W. C. Irby, Dr. JT. HI. Teague, Dr. WV. D).
Ferguson, Dir. H. K. Aiken, Messrs. E.
HT. Wilkes, R1. Ei. Babb, WV. WV. Simpson,
-D). A. -Davis, H. B. Hlumbert, C. D).
Moseley, Maj. WV. A. Watts and .Judge
R1. C. Watts.
Besides her husbandl, the dlec'ased
is sur'vived by her father andl the fol
lowing brothiers and sisters: WV. S.
Wright, Savannah; Jno. N. Wright,
Jrm., Spartanburg; Mm's. C. M. Miller,
Mrs. E. S. Hudgens, Miss Henry
Wright and Miss Kate Wright, all of
Mrs. Jones-was a member of the
P'Pesbytipr'ian chunc ~h, in witich she
always look a great deal of interest.
Heri inter'est was dlispllayed more parl
ticularly in the praise services where
Jier' ciear' soprlano voice always was in
dean an wherel it was fr'eely given
when requested. For many years she
assiste'd in the choir' of the First
Presbyterian church her'e and always
assistedl in the choir' in the different
places where she lived. in her' death
the church and its various interests
tlose a consecr'atedl memberi.
Their Way Into
d-wine Coffee Beans, the Ones
Coffee Place of the World
TE IN BJIDNDING LUTZI ANNE,
a never' touch from the sack,
coffee pot at home. Don't
less of Luzianne-we jnay be
r expense. Get youu iioney
rs Have It. I
is of Ordinary /rel Coffee
+ SOCIETY. +
Entertained (lie Social Club.
Miss M'lla Roland entertained the
Social Club in a most delightful man
nor yesterday afternoon at her home
on West Main street. The guests were
arranged aroun (d seven tables and on
joyed illny round111s of the popl ar
game of Forty Two. Following the
games, the guests w.ere seied a dell
clous sweet course.
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'Tle following invitations were is
sued from New York City last week
and received here, where the bride
elect has hosts of friends:
Mr. and Mrs. William Gelder
remiuest the pleasure of your company
at the wedding reception
of their daughter
Mr. Hugh Adams Sanford
on Tuesday evening,
from half after eight until ten o'clock
Five hundred forty seven W. Main St.
Laurens, South Carolina.
Ceremony at eight o'clock.
Miss Gelder is the sister of Mrs. E.
P. Minter, of this city, and Is a very
charming and accomplished young
woman. Mr. Sanford is a prominent
young business man of Knoxville,
Tenn. As the invitations indicate, the
wedding will be at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. P1. Minter.
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An occasIon of great interest and
(In ite a sirprise to their numerous
friends everywhere was the marriage
last Saturday of Miss Willie May Sex
ton and Mr. Paul Alexander, which
took Iplace at the home of the bride's
parents at 1:,0 o'clock. 'I'he wedding,
though a very utilet affair was a beau
tiful and impressive occasion. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. J.
R. T. Major of the First Methodist
Church in the presence of only the im
mediate members of the family. The
happy couple left at once on a short
wedding trip before going to their
home in 'Spartanburg. The bride is
the attractive and popular daughter
of Mr. J. 1). Sexton and has hundreds
of friends throughout the county who
wish her many happy years of life.
The groom is a young Greenville coun
ty boy now engaged in the automobile
sales business in Spartanburg. I-ic is
a fine young fellow and has a host of
friends who congratulate him on his
Mrs. If. 1). Gray Entertains.
A social event of surpassing attrac
tiveness was the reception given last
Thursday afternoon by Mrs. 11. 1).
Gray in honor of Mrs. Ernest Easter
by, Mrs. 1. L. Jones and Mrs. J. H.
Sullivan. The Interior of the hand
some -Gray home on South Ha per
street was artistically decorated for
the occasion with autumn leaves andl
chirysanthemums, the enitire lower
floor being combined into one large
The guests were received at thue
door1 b~y Mrs. J. WV. iDunklin, andl Miss
Rosalie Franks and were then intro
duced to the reception line consisting
of the hostess and the guests of honor,
by Mrs. James ti~avis. They wvere then
asked by Mrs. J. N. Huidgens into the
dining room, beautiful in its decora
tions of red, where they were served
most dlelicious cream and cake by
Mrs. WV. E. Meng, Mrs. Arthur Hund
gens and Miss Nannie Kate Iludgens.
Assisting in the dininug room we're .\irs.
Louis Meng who cut the cake and Mrs.
Albert C. Todd, wvho cut the creanm.
From the dining room the guests were
invltedl into the coffee room, where
Mrs. Charles Rounds and( Miss Mary
Todd were presiding. After a cup of
very (delicious coffee, Mr's. Tom Shaw
innifed beautiful hand-painted favors
upon the guests.
Duiring the afternoon Mr's. Luther
Roper andl Miss Esther Fowleir ren
dlered a very enter'taining musical prmo
gamn. About one hundred guests call
during the afternoon to accept of the
delightful hospitality of the hostess.
Clinton.--One of the most beautifulI
marriages of tihe fall season was that
of Miss Zee Wright and R. C. Mc1ees,
both of thIs place; which was solemn
ized at the home of the bride's par
ents on Wednesday afternoon at six
o'clock. The home was beautifully
deCcorateLd with giaceful ferns, palms,
roses5 and ivy, the color' scheme of
Mink and green being effectively car
riedl out ; andl at thle ap~poinkted hiour
was filled wvith the friends of this
piopular young coupile. Miss Frances
Burgess pr'esidled at thme p)1ano andi~ to
the stiri'ng strains of Mendelsohin, the
b'rldal party en tered the pa rlor
through thle hall.
Filrst 'aimie tile grioomi \vith hiis best
muan, .. MeI. (. fluuarksd(ale anmd then
the brbldesmal., Mlisses C'ornuella .\c
I (. 'i litl Yorung 0and linomir IRob
^ C - l nwd lo the hit ci flower
Made of the
* tos lined, high we
reservoir, large 1
4 grates and heavy
A really high-grn
styles and prices. If
before you buy.
S. M. & I
girl, Miss Mamle Lee Wright, and was
met by the groom. The ceremony was
performed by Dr. W. P. Jacobs.
The bride, who is the youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Z. Wright
of this city is a most attractive and
popular young woman, and is admired
by every one who knows her well. The
groom holds a position here with the
postoflice and is quite popular in the
business andi social circles of the
town.. After the wedding Mr. and
Mirs. Mecees left for a wedding trip),
andl after their return they will be at
home to their numerous friends.
fR. E. V. Babb.
Rev. Ei. V. Babb, pastor of the First
Baptist church, of Easley, has been
nall'9d: to the First Baptist church of
Newberry. He has accepted and will
enter on his new labors about the first
of January. This settles all the prob
lems for the ireacher in Newvberry and
we rejoice wvith them; but we weep
with the church at Easley. They are
dlevoted to Babb, as well they may be,
for he has filled the bill as preacher,
as pastor, as citizen, as a tactful fel
ow laborer and as frtend.--Baptist
Meeting of D). A. It,
The IHenry Laurens chapter D). A.,
RI. will hold( its regular meeting at
the residience of Mrs. BI. L. C'lardy,
Saturday afternoon, Novembher 13th,
Ial. 3:30 o'clock.
Mrs. WV. L1. Gray, Secretary.
Accepts Agency for Auto Tires.
Swygert, Nickels & C'ompany have
acceptedl the agency in Laurens for
the Diamond auto tires, one of
the best known and most poptular tires
in the country. They have already
placed in stock a large assortment of
these tires andl expect to keelp a full
suppjly on hand at all times.
At t Edltor-"l'mn afraidl ye-.ar work
is (tt comic for general illus'rating."
Art't-" I supipose that means I will
have to spiendI the rest of my life
doluny comtic supplemetts."' ' A'ot necC
ossarily. You mtight dlesignl 'omnen's
How to Prevent Lockja'v,
A ( hrman pnhysk-ian reccomir ehnds di
recti i a joit of hOt. ir on a v lundl to
prevehnt lockjaw. Even a jet -if air of
the I'hinarny temperaturn fr ?'a a 1)1
dyCc ipum 1 or (i au eclecric~ fat or bl-I
lows ivl, it is said, check the -levelop
)an'nt af the bacillus which cat ses this
Biest Steel and Grey Pig Iron---asbes
trming closet, 6 eyes, with or without
8 x 20 inch oven, fitted with duplex
tde Range with all modern conveniences and
r are full nickle trimmed and come in several
in need of a range be sure to see this line
.. H. Wilkes & Co.
The Aluminum Ware
SOn Display in Our Show
COMB TO OUR STORE
and get your share of our profits.
WE ARE DIVIDING them with you
to show our appreciation of your patron
age. This co-operative plan will greatly
benefit both of us.
THE PLAN is is 'py this---every
cash purchase yoitx pake at this store,
amounting to five1/ ts (5) or more, en
titles you to a coupon--you save these un
til your total purchases reach the amount
~necessary to entitle you to the piece you
o desire, then bring these coupons to us and
Read the circular that will be
distributed to every home in Laur
Exceptionally good bargains this
week in Groceries.
Cash Grocery StoreI
W. Moore Dial, Prop.