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Mr. R. Z. Garrett, of Gray Court,
was a visitor in the city Thursday.
Miss Laurence Culbertson, of Ekom,
was shopping in the city Friday.
Mr. John Langston of Tr:nity-RIdge
spent Monday in town.
' Col. John W. Wharton was a visitor
here fromWaterloo on Monday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Franks,
Sunday, a girl.
Mr. Pat Kinard made a flying trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Conway Dial spent the
day in the city last Monday.
Mr John Q. Brown of Cheraw was
among the visitors in tow\ yesterday.
Miss Ma tie Brock, of Clinton, spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Raymond ai'e vis
iting in Laurens as the guests of their
daughter, Mrs. G. D. Allen.
Misses May and Lula Meadors, of
Greenville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Pierce Hipp near the city.
Miss Hattie Elchelberger has gone
to Columbia to enter MeFeats Busi
Mr. John Y. Henderson of the
Barksdale section was a visitor here
the first of the week.
Mr. John W. Beeks, a resident of
'are Shoals spent Monday in Lau
Mr. W. M. Myers, who lives near
Clinton spent the day in the city last
Mr. Jasper Traynham of the Horse
Creek section came in Monday to
spend the day on business.
Mr. J. Irwin Freeman of Princeton
was among the business visitors here
the irst of the week.
Mr. Iliram P. Blur(ette of Warrior
Creek was a Monday visitor in Lau
Mr. Charley C. Saxon a resident of
the Rabun Creek section was among
those here for salesday.
Mr. J. 11. M. Young of Lydia Mills
was a business visitor here the first
of the week.
Mr. W. H. Balentine of Brewerton
caie in Monday to attend the sales
and look after other business.
Mr. George D. Wilson was among
the visitors here from Burnt Factory
Mr. Plutus Crawford of Drewerton
was among the business visitors in
Laurenis the first of this week.
Mr. J. Wade Culbertson of Popular
Springs spent Monday in the city and
attended the land sales.
Messrs Hiram Culbertson and John
W. Grambrell of Ware Shoals, spent
yesterday here on business.
Mr. J. Russel Pattdrson motored
down fronm Lanford yesterday to look
Mr. Ludy C. Tribble, a resident of
the Holly Grove section, spent yester
day here on busIness.
Mr. A. G. Hart, a prominent young
Greenville attorney, was in Laurensa
.Monday to attend the land sales.
Mr. Billy Snow spent yesterday here
coming in from his home near Mad
Mr. J. R. WVicut of Cross Hill was
a business visitor in Laurens on Mon
Mr.* F. H. Caine left several days
.-ago for Norfolk, Va., to enter a hoe
pital for treatment.
Mr. W. A. Putnam, a former Lau
rents county citiz'en who nowv lives in
Greenville, was among the visitors
S~heriff JIohn D). Owings has return
od from Asheville. His- condition is
considerably imp~roved andl i'i friends
hope to see him in his ofilce again at
an ently date.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon (iarlington andl
child, of H endersonville, N. C., came
dlown to attend the Simpson- Morgan
wveddinmg and~ spent several (lays more
wit Mr. (Garlington's relatives. Mr.
(Garlington is meeting with much sue
Css in newspap~er wvork at Hlendler
Miss Fiournoy Hill has returnedl to
her home in Greenville after visiting
Mra. Virginia Caine for some time.
While her~ Miss HiH sang at several
Ship Loads Find
Those Fragrant, Mellow-as-ok
That Make New Orleans the
TfillS I8 TITE' KIND) WIC US
the Coffee that human hands
green, until it reaches the
take our word for the goodn
prejudiced. TIry a can at our
back if you are not lpleased.
-Use Only HALF as Much a
Weddings and in the First- Presbyterl.
an church choir, her sopranb voice be
ing greatly admired here.
Mr. Larry C. Martin, of Spartan
burg, was in the city Monday attend
ing the legal sales and shaking hands
with his friends.
Mrs. C. M. Clark returned home
from Greenville Monday where she
spent the week-end with her daughter
and son, Miss Lila Hart and Mr. A. G.
Mr. L. A. Drock a prominent mer
chant and banker of Honea Path at
tended the public land sale hero Mon
Mr. C. C. Wyche, a prominent Spar
tanburg attorney was among those
who attended the land sales here
Mr. Charley Canady of near Clinton
was among the visitors here Tuesday.
Mr. Newt B. Bolt came down from
Tumbling Shoals yesterday to spend
the day in the city on business.
Miss Estelle Taylor, of Princeton,
is clerking at the store of S.'M. & E. 1H.
Wilkes & Company during the Christ
Mr. R. J. Stoddard, of Owings, was
a visitor in the city yesterday. Mr.
Stoddard is getting up in years now
and very seldonm comes to the city.
Mirs. Victor Weathers, who was
painfully injured several weeks ago
when a horse she was driving ran
away with her, has about recovered.
On account of her injuries Mis.
Weathers lost some valuable time
from her work in The Advertiser's au
Rev. and Mrs. W. F-. Thayer will ar
rive- in Laurens today to spend until
Friday with friends, when they will
go to Greenville to attend the Baptist
Mr. James Hemphill, a young archi
tect of Abbevillo .was among the visi
tors in the city last week. Mr. Hemlip
hill drew the plans for th, remodel
ing of the Bennett home and the rc
modeling of the interior of the GlIker
Mr. J. M. Allen of Honea Path was
a business visitor here Friday.
Mi. S. S. Farrer of Mountville spent
the day in the city last Saturday.
We can cover your head, 10c up to
$3.48. Don't go bareheaded. J. C.
Burns & Co.
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* MARION TOWNSEND COOPER *
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The entire community was saddened
Saturday, Dec. ith, when the Death
Angel entered the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. I. Cooper, of near Ora, and
took away the little 2-year old boy,
It was taken sick about 10 days ago
of plneuimlonia. For a few days it
seemed to progress nicely, but a re
lapse came Friday afternoon and it
gradually grew worse until the end
come about 4 o'clock Saturday morn
Rev. I. N. Kennedy, of Ora, con
ducted the funer'al sei'vices at Lang
ston church Sunday morning at 11
Little Marion Towvnsend, though he
was quite young, had a very good dis
position, and was ever obedient and
lovable. And for these particular
good traits, we all grieve for him to
1)e i'emoved from us. But weo have
long since learned to be patient andl
to bowv to the humble submission of
our Heavenly Father, though it seems
ver'y hard, resting assured that "some
times, sonme day, wi'll understand."
lie leaves, besies his pairents and
an older brother and sister, a host of
sorrowing friends and relatives.
Card of 'Thanks.
Thle public will pr'obably be inter'
ented to know that the Kings Daugh
ter's realized $112.12 as the resmult of
the recent fall bazaar', given in the
city a1rmory. In this (connectioi tihe
secretary wishes to extendi cori'lal
thanks to those who contrihuted so
li berally in the pr'eparation andl to the
public for the lar'go patronage accordl
ed for "sweet charity's sake."
Mirs. F. M. Smith,
Laurens, S. C. Secretary.
Their Way Into
l'wine Coffee Beans, the Ones
Coffee Place of th World
lN BLENDING IE ZIA 'NE,
never' touch from the sack,
coffee pot at home. D~on't
ess of Luzianne--we tay 1be
expense. Get your money
's Have It.
s of Ordinary Barrel Coffee
Wilson W. Harris, of Clinton, edi
tor of The Clinton Chronicle, has been
elected a member of the Board of Visi
tors of Clemson College, as represen
tative of the Fourth Congressional
District. This board, consisting of
one citizen from each congressional
district of the State, Is chosen every
two years by the Board of Trustees
at their meeting in November. ' It is
charged with visiting the college and
making a rigid Inquiry into'tio con
dition and working of the college li
all its phases and report its findings
to the Board of Trustees, etc.
Alr. Harris Is a member of the
House of Representatives from Lau
rens County and a member of the
Ways and Means committee of the
Meeting of W. 0. W.
A meeting of Mt. Gallagher Camp
No. 471, will be held December 11th
for the purpose of electing officers and
transacting other business. A full at
tendance is requested.
Oyster Supper at Lanford.
There will be an oyster supper Fri
day night, Dec. 10th, at the Lanford
school house beginning at 7:30 o'clock
The proceeds will go to the school.
in addition to the supper there will
be other forms of entertainment, that
will make it air occasion of great
pleasure to those who attend. All are
Automobiles are easy to burn. Let
Zar'los It. Aloseley protect yours.
Fol SESSION'S WORK.
Rtepresentaties and Senators leturn
to Their Governmental Tasks. Se
lection of Speaker of Ilouse and
IPresident Pro Temt of Senate, Ef
fected at First Mecting.
Washington, Dec. 6.-Congress was
mrade an organized body today for the
sessin which Is expected to be tihe
greatest withinr tie memory of tire
Four hours' work in the hrouse
showed Speaker Clark returned' to
the chair; Representative Alann re
turned to the leadeship of the Re
publicanr minority; the introduction
of 2,000 bills and resolutions, many
of theim proposing mreasukns of na
tional defense and many ibht n op
position; the reappearance or1 con
stitutional amendments to enfranchise
women and a iminiature rules fight
whlch flickered out with tire adoption
of last year's rules with a few chang
In the senate practically nothing
was doire excel)t the Clecion of Senr,
ator Clarke of Arkansas as president
pro temrpore. Vice President Alar
shall was absent because of tire ill
ness of his wife.
Both houses then, after sending a
Joint cominittee to tire Whrite House
to give olicial notice of the opening
of congress, adjourned unitil toirmor
row when the real business of the
session beglins withr Presidenrt Wii
son's address to a joint session iin tihe
hrali of tire house at I2f30 o'clock.
Bigest l'eace Buidget.
Tire gr'eatest budget of expenditrra
ever lplaced befoire any American con
gress hr time of peace was br'oughrt in
fr'om tire various branchres of tire gov
ernment, the total being somre '$l70,
000,000 mror'e thranr was asked for last
yeair. Tire gi'eatcr par't of tire pro
p)osed inrcr'ease is for tire eirlar'ged
airy anid navy pr'ogr'ammtres and aside
from wor'kiing ourt tire pr'oblemls of na
tionral dfefenrse it will be lire busliness
0o' congr'ess to raise tire revenuei to
p~ay for it.
Old timeris, mrost of threir Hetniubli
('ns1 r'eelectedl after goiing downa be
f'or'e the pi'esidenrt ial Demirocratic
Ialaslide of 19~t12, camle t roopinig back
to pliaces in lire hrouse. "!'nreie .100'
Cainnionr sat oir a bench'i ini tihe fronrt
row and 1aughed whiloIIc th bonne uot
inito its little row iver th ie irules andr~
r'eferences to Cannionismr were hredt
hack aind for'th acr'oss tire dividirrg
maislo. Eveir thiouighr today was onrly
onel for iraking new acquainrtanlces
aind 'rnewing old ones, tire conrgr'es
sionral ali' was chartged with th ie sei
ouirness of the bursiness of tire
mioirthis ahead, tire business of legis
lathing for a nratin at peace iin a
wor'ld aflame witlr wvar andl suir'ounrd
ed withr almnost endless pnossibil ities.
Both Sides Rlepreseted'r.
In tire streamr of bills andi t'esolu
tions whiichr iouredl into tire hroppers
were not only plans ror' military pr'e
ipar'edness, butt others proposing in
vestigations of motives of menr and
organiz'ationrs thrat champion natlinal
dlefense. Notice was givenr thmat in
the seinato demands would be made
for a shrowinrg of what, tire United
Staios has accomitlishred Irgaiinst
G'rcat BrItain's intereferencre w ithr
Ameatrican, cormmerce abrioadi. Tihe enr
tirie fabric of tire Amner'leant govern
m nent's dieliente relations to the conl
il let acr'oss Ithe seas prmobabl y will be0
brounght to tire edlge oh congt'essionral
dliscussiOn tand tire ad minist rat ion
lecader's ar'e trot unintd fitl of thirr
task to preserve whrat Prtesidlent Wil
son Iha's askedr for--a unitedi Ameicenc.
This M Fu edO kZinn
This Massive Fumed Oak Dining Room
Suit complete as shown for $79.25.
Entire suit made of selected quality oak, latest
shade of fumed oak finish and massive colonial design.
Buffet 54 inches long, Dining Table 48 inches
wide, China Closet 40 inches wide, Serving Table
36 inches wide, Chairs (6) Spanish Leather Up
holstering. The complete suit of ten pieces at
the remarkable price of $79.25.
We are displaying the largest line of dining room
furniture ever shown in the state, and no where will
you find prices so reasonable as ours.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
The Best Place to do your Christmas shopping.
00 0-I01111 N
Impr ved Odorless French
IDry and Steam Cleaning!
I We have installed an improved Dry
ICleaning equipment and are now readyI
oto prove to you its wonderful work in 0
cleaning old or new clothes.
drWe guarantee strictly first-class cleaning. All work will be
.oe under supervision of an expert. Party Dresses, Opera Coats,U
Silk and Kid Slippers, Ostrich Plumes and Furs cleaned perfectly.
IWhite Kkd Gloves cleaned just a little better than elsewhere.
Ge nt's Suits, Fancy Vests and Ties cleaned to look new. All kind
of Hats cleaned to your entire satisfaction.5
I Have your Winter Furs cleaned now and save mor1ey. We
can clean anything that ia cleanable, without injury to color or
fabric, no matter how delicate the material. Every job satisfac-3
I tory or no charge. If you have a garment that every other cleaner*
ITelephone 60 Laurens, S. C.e