Newspaper Page Text
f. . - e
8 Loeal and Personal Mention.
8 8 8 88 8 S 8 8 8 S8 8 8
Mr.,and Mrs. Herbert E. Dallas and
child, of Spartanburg, spent Sunday
in the city with Mrs. Dallas' parents
Mr. and irs. A. I. Sullivan.
Mr. Ross 1). Young and family
spent Thanksgiving with relatives in
Mr. co. W. Copeland, cashier o1
the First National Bank of Clinton,
was a visitor'in the city Monday.
Mr. Tios. It. Johnson, from "down
in JacIcs", was, a business visitor in
the city Monday.
Mr. Henry M. Young, of Clinton,
spent the week-end in the city with
Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Young.
Mr. L. E. Henderson, of the Now
Harmony section, was a visitor in the
Mr. V. Pink Hellamns came down
from Shioh yesterday to spend the
- day here on business.
Dr. W. C. Mitchell of Beavordai,
was a business visitor in the city on
Mr. George 11. Brown who resides
in the Sagetown ection spent yester
day hero on business.
Mr. Mack L. Ganibrell came in frot
Holly Grove Tuesday to spend the day
looking after business.
Mr. Ols Hluif spent Thanksgiving
in the city with homefolks.
Miss Lucy MePhail, a student at An
derson College, splnt the Thanksgiv
Ing holidays here with her parents.
Mr. Join Bolt has returned home
after spending several days with his
daughter, Mrs. F. P. Tatui, in McColl.
Mr. James Bowen of Raleigh and
Mr. Will Bowen of Hamlet spent Sun
day in the city with their mother.
Miss Sue -enderson, of ;Clinton,
was visiting in the city yesterday.
Mr. J. L. Mahaffey was among the
business visitors here last Wednesday.
Miss Rose Hudgens who is now liv
ing in Greenville, spent Thanksgiving
here wIth relatives.
Miss Willie Hicks has returned
hoime after spending some time with
relatives in Tennessee.
Mr. Lee Cannon who resides in the
Hlendersolville section camite in Mon
day to look after business.
Mr. Zack H1. Finley, a Tritity-Ridve
resilent was anong those here the
first of the week.
Mr. Palmer Roper of Ilickory Tav
crin was here the first part of this
week looking after purchases.
Mr. Will Bagwell of lIlenderson
ville section was in the city Monday
maing purchases of supplies.
Miss Fannio Creighton spent the
Thanksgiving holidays in Greenwood
Miss Lenla Spinks, of Albermarle, N.
C., was the guest of Mi'. and Mrs. B.
L. Parkinson for the Thanksgiving
Mr..George W. Profltt of Boyds
Cross Roads spent Monday irtaurons.
Mr. John Casey Nelsoni who is a
resident of the Mount Pleasant sec
tioni was hero yesterday.
Mr. Clyde H. Moore was a Cold
Point visitor hieic Tuesday.,
Messrs J. F. Leopard andl Tom L.
Simpson, residents of thie Friendship
section spent yesterdiay- in Laurens on
Messrs Robert M. Bolt and WVill F.
Bolt, Rabun Creek citizens spent yes
terday in the city looking after busi
Mr. James Hoper of Hickory 'Tavern
visited here yesterday.
Mr. J. Milamt H ellams, who lIves ini
thte Frilendshtip section camne in Mon
day to look after busIness interests.
Mr. WV. C. Gray of Gray Court was
a busintess visitor in Laurenis on Tutes
Mr. lames F. Medlock of the Mount
UIethecl diistrict was a visitor in the
Mr. L1. L,. Moore visited artoundt~ ini
the Halley high school (district tunday.
Mr. L. Calvin Cuibertson who lives
ini the 10kom section spenit Mondlay
Mr. William Mahont of Merna was
here on business the first of the week.
Ship Loads Find
Those Fragrant, Mellow-as-ol
That Make New Orleans th<
TII[$ IS TJFJl KIND WID U~
the Coffee that human hand
green, until it reaches tile
take our word for the good
prejudiced. Try a can at on
back if you are not lhease<
Use Only HALF as Much
spen't Monday here looking after bisi
Mr., Wade H1. Pinson, who lives near
Madden, was here Monday looking af
Mr. Tom H1. Madden, a Cold Point
resident was here Monday.
Mr. Harvey V. Jennings of Laurens
Route Two was a business visitor in
the city Monday.
Miss Francis Hicklin, of Chester,
and Iliss Annie Lucile Poole, of Clin
ton, have been visiting Mliss Helen
Sullivan for several days.
Miss Agatha Reid, of Greenville,
spent the i. Thanksgiving holidays in
the city with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. C. Rteid.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Roper and Miss
Dessie Crows spent Thanksgiving in
Charleston, where Mrs. Roper's broth
er, Mr. Fred J. Nelson, has his head
Miss Elizabeth McLure, who is
teaching in Laurens County, spent
Thanksgiving at hone.-Grecnwood
Mrs. C. Al. Clarke went to Rock 11111
Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving
with her daughter, Miss Rebecca, who
is attending Winthrop.
Miss Ellen Newton, of the Green
ville Female College, and Miss Helen
Roper, of Converse, spent the Thanks
giving holidays with Miss Catrol Roper.
Miss Lauroe Kennedy spent Thanks
giving with Miss Frances Kennedy at
Greenville Womans College. Both re
turned Saturday, the latter to spend
the wcek-end here with homefolks.
Mr. William 0. Barnwell, of Char
lotte, representing NI. Chulz Compaty,
of Chicago, will be in the city for the
next few weeks tuning lanos. lie is
making headquarters at the store of
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Aliss Rebecca Moore and Edna liar
voy, who are teaching the Copeland
school, spent Sunday in the city with
the family of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dial.
Mr. W. M. Thomason, of Princeton,
S. C., was here Monday looking for
good lands near the city. He desires
to purehnse and move to Abbeville
for the iurpose of educating his clil
dren. Tie fact that we have a good
graded school will bring good men to
Abbeville.--Abbeville Press and Ban
M. It. MeCuen, of Princeton, S. C.,
visited his son, S. A. McCuen, this
week. Air. McCuen is one of the most
Prospierous farmers in Laurens coun
ty, but lie likes the looks of Abbevillo
county (irt. We were at his home
about two years ago, and found his
pasture full of mule colts, hIs cribs
full 1o' corn, and the smoke-house full
of ham, at least it was full before we
tacklied it. A man- who farms on his
pin1n can look the whole world in the
face, and tell everybody that don't
like his way of doing business to go to
Hodges.-Abbeville Press and Ilanner.
State of South mCirolina,
County of Laurens.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
B. M. Lanford and S. M. Castleberry,
M. C. Whittaker, Defendant.
Pursuant to a Decree of the Court
in the above stated case, I will sell at
pmublic outcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens, C. H., S. C., on Saleaday in
December next, being Monday the 6th
day of the month, during the legal
hours for such sales, t~ie followving
described proper, toX t:
All that tract ~r pa -el of land ly
ing, being and ~ituae In Youngs
Township in Lau ten% County in said
State, containIng ~qe hundlred andl
fifty twvo (152) a es, more or less,
boundedl by lands of .1. P. Gray, Lew~is
Uailecy, Enoree RtIver and ofthers.
Termns of Sale: cash. Purchaser to
pay for ipapers and st amp Is. If the
terms of sale are not compiiced wvith,
t he land1( to be reC-soild Onl same1 or some'
subsequent. salcsday on same terms,
at risk of former pu rcha.ser.
C. A. POWElR,
C. (. (. p' and (I. S., Laurens, S. C.
D~ated, t his Nov. th, 1 915.
Bilrd Wvell Name~d.
A booby is not merely a human
diunce, but is a' Uhanma bIrd, which
is so spiritless that when attackedl by
other birds it fails to fight and gives
up the flsh it has caught without re
Their Way Into
d-wine Coffee ecans, the Ones
a Coffee Plac~ of the World
3E IN BL TDh /0 LUZIA NNE,
S never tot jhjfroml the sack,
coffee pot home. Don't
less of Luzh ne--we may be
r~ expense. Got your money
ra Have It.
is of Ordinary Barrel Coffee
G od Furn
any piece that y
finishes. in Oak,
Let our sto<
furniture for yo
that will permit
and quality. V
AT EPISCOPAL CIHURCH
Services are eing Conducted by aev.
Wilm1ot S. Holmes, A Former Resi
dent of Laurtons
The special oission Services began
at the Episcopal Church mitday and
abeng ed qalhmrity. an v
Sn.h ervices are being led by v
Re.Wimot S. Holmes, Awozis wlell
knw to Laurens pol sh a
at oetm etro the Eiicplchurch here, an
Mr. Holmes is a lpreacher of deep
consecration and an attrative and
forceful speaker. This mission wvill
be in no wvise denominational, but wilhl
be lain gospel -preaching in connec-.
tion with every day life and Christian
duties. These services will be not on
ly for miembiers of the Episcopal conl
gregation, b)ut the 1people of all rell
gious faiths, or of no religious faiithi
ait ail, will be cordially welcomed to
part icipa to In the services to lbe held.
T1hiis week of ireaching by Mr.
I tolmeIs is In accordlance wIih resol u
tiloln ad~opted at the1 laist trlienii al con
We have receive
and other articles ne<(
mas Dinner. Our gc
Here are some thin'A
Fruit Cakes, Fancy
We are agents for C
Grenville. Shipments r
Cae& Sanborn's (
Staple anid Fe
tion above depicts a
You can have the
'ou may need. Our
:k offer you some su
ur home. You will
you to furnish from
(e invite you to com,
. & E H
vention of te Protestatpisa
chuch, setting Part the Week begin
ning November 29th s a week of
special evangelistical. work through
out the entire nation.
The hours appointed for the ser
vice are 11 o'clock In the orning
and a song and preaching service at
7:30 o'clock In the evening. The
dloor's ot the church will be open wide
to all, and every one will be cordially
"Emmy of storks Nest"
Manager Pike Switze" of the Opera
iHouse Picture Show announces for
this Friday the dlelightful story, "Em
miy of the Storks Nest" one of the
most attractive of the flne Mletro pie
tures. Mary Miles M1inter, who lay'ed
in "Always in the Way" here some
few weeks ago, will star in this plc
turc. lier appearance alone guar
antees the lpictur ie as one of the finest
'inality and most enjoyable. It is a
ilcturizat ion of the great. novel by
lirockenridge Ellis and~ is in five parits.
S CAKE NEXT!
d all kinds of fruits
tessa3ry for the Christ
mod are pure and our
that you will need:
Acid ulated Cherries,
rrackers and Celery,
ureton's bread, made in
S OWINGS i:
- Ii -A
Zvi~11 11111 14
rrect D esign's t and a t
good example of our new Dining
complete Dining Room outfit or
showing includes the latest popular
ggestions of appropriate pieces of
be amazed at the modest prices
this store with a distinct air of class
CHRISTM ASC GITS
*il WEetn-oala oda nia
* tio tocllad npetths
rrectr Dscign andl thstc
imtcomplete. om ufto
showin icnutes theatatsts populnoth
ginstion of appropruatechnce of
be amzdi tthnodsgpie
IN SILERANlO n
OUR stok foretecoinghia