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Mr. Roy V. Garrett, of Fountain Inn.
Is visiting frionds in the city.
Mr. J. L. Mahaffey, of Gray Court,
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss Ella Bearden, of Enorce, was
a visitor in the city Saturday.
Mrs. W. E. Lucas was in Spartan
burg shopping Saturday.
Messrs J. Moore Mars and Robert S.
Owens, of Abbeville, wore visitors in
the city Sunday.
Miss Franceo Thames and Miss An
nie Gilkorson spent Saturday in Spar
The friends here of Rev. J. D. Pitts
will regret to learn that he Is sick
at his home in Fountain Inn.
Mrs. J. L. Fennell was among the
shoppers here Wednesday from Wa
Mr. William Boyce of Cross 1111
was among the visitors here Wednes
Mr. C. D. Green and son Mr. Wil
liam Green were among the visitors
here Saturday from near Gray Court.
Mlrs. E. J. Gage, of Greenville, has
been visiting her mother, Mrs. W. H.
Garrett, for several days.
Mrs. W. Ii. Jarrett, who has been
Viriting her1. son. Mr. C. W. 'Garrett, has
returned to the city and is oneanpying
her home on West Main street.
Miss Frances Kennedy, Caroline
Roper and Nellie Thompson are all
home from Greenville Female college
for the Christmas holidays.
Dr. J. II. Powe, proprietor of the
Powe Drug Company, is contined to
the Julia Irby Sanitarium su ffering
from a nervous break-dlown. 111s
friends hope for his early recovery.
Miss Lenora Thompson, who is it
tenldinig Greeivile Female college, '111
spend the holidays with her a H.id,
Miss Pearl Dowling, at, Green Cove
Springs, Fia., they having left Gren
ville Friday afternoon via Spartan
burg, Columbia and Jacksonville.
Mr. ,. B. Clardy, district sales man
ager of the Liggett & Myers Tobacco
Company, returned several days ago
from a meeting of the company's sales
managers at the home ofilce in St.
Louis. Mr. Clardy found the company
officials and salesmen in a very opti
mistic frame of mind, as business con
ditions have greatly improved within
the past four months. Incidentally,
Mr. Clardy stated that the company
has given him two more men for his
Mrs. Cora C. Lucas has returned
from Charleston where she represent
ed Laurens county at the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Southern Commercial
Congress. Her paper, "The Part Music
Plays in E4ducation" was one of tho
features on the program. She also go
peared In two piano numbers.
Mr. Charles McGowan, of Easley,
alrrived in the city a few days ago to
spend the holidays.
Mr. T. II. Nelson, of Etowah, Tenn.,
Is in the city visiting friends and at
tending to business affairs.
Letters received from Sheriff Ow
Ings. whlio is nowv at Meeker, Col., state
that he feels very much strengthened
since reaching there.
Mr. Ihenry Martinm, who is attending
Porter Military Academy, is spending
the holidlays in the city with his moth
er'. As manager of the academy's
foot ball team, he contributed mater
ially to the success of the past season,
Porter's 'heIng recognized as thel
Southeastern champions this year.
Miss .Jessie Trotter is sp)ending tihe
holidays in the city wvith her sister,
Mrs. C. IH. Hicks.
Alr. WillIam S. Benjfamin of Mount
ville spent the (lay here yesterday on
Mi'. Geoi'ge B. Birown or Lanurens
Route Four was among those in the
c!ty shopping yesterday.
Mr. George W. Proifit who resides
al Boyds Ci'oss Roads spent Tuesday
Mr'. Thomas Kanning of Tumbling
Shoals spent Tuesday here looking af
Mr. Billy Snowv was among the Mad
den visitors here Tuesday.
Ship Loads Find
Those Fragrant, Mellow.-as.o4
That Make New Orleans the
TIIIS IS THE KIND WE US~
the Coffee that human hands
green, until it reaches the
take our word for the goods
prejudiced. Try a enn at our
back if you cre not pleased.
Use Only HALF as Much a
+ SOCIETY; +
The following account of a wedding
at Jalapa, near Newberry, 'will be read
with interest here whore the bride Is
well known, having frequently visited
Misses Hattie Kate and Ruth% Easterby
on numerous occasions:
"Mr. James Smith of Newberry and
Miss )Mattio Glasgow were married
Wednesday evening at six o'clock at
the home of her father, Mr. Geo. C.
Glasgow, at Jalapa, the wedding cere
mony being performed by Rev. R. H.
Burriss, assisted by Rev. E. D. Kerr.
A large number of guests were pre
sent, and the wedding was followed
by a reception. The bride and groom
came to Newberry by auto and took
the Southern for Columbia, returning
next day to Newberry, where they will
make their home."
Entertained in Cluirleston.
Besides the many elaborate social
events given by various organizations
for the distinguished men and women
who were in Charleston for the meet
ing of the Southern Commercial Con
gress, there have been numerous
small private affairs whih were very
charming. Among these was a beau
tiful luncheon, at which Mrs. Edward
V. Durant was hostess, yesterday, in
honor of Mrs. William Jennings Bry
an. Mrs. Durant's other guests were:
Mrs. F. 11. 11. Calhoun, state presi
dent of the Daughters of the Revo
lution of South Carolina; Airs. Itut
ledge Smith, of Tennessee, ex-presi
dent of the League of Southern Writ
ers; Mrs. Cora Cox Lucas, of Lau
rens and Ars. John Cart, of Orange
burg, president of the South CarolinI
branch of the Woman's Auxiliary of
tle Southern Commercial Congress.
Decorations for the luncheon w'ere of
Aierican Bleauty roses. ''lhe repast
ended, Mrs. Durant took her guests
for a visit to the U. S. S. Georgia, and
later to the two lovely teas being given
In the Gibbes Art building.-Charles
Celebrated Silver Wedding.
Alr. and Mrs. Buford B. 3lakely cele
brated the twenty-fifth anniversary of
their wedding (lay at their commodious
country home a few miles from the
city Saturday evening. Over a w.:n
dred and twenty-flve guests as3e:nb!ed
for the happy occasion and others
sent letters of congratulation and ,;ood
wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Blakely and
children received the guests at the
front door and extended to them the
hospitality of the home. After the
guests were asicnbled and had ex
changed greetings, invitation to he
dining room was responded to -.nd
there a bounteous dinner was >pread,
consisting of everything to be x I, t
ed and wished for on the table of a
country home. Mr. and Mrs. 11la .ely
were the recipients of a beattifal vs
sortment of silver, attesting to lhe t~s
teenm in which they are held .)y heir
The following, taken from a WVet
unmpka, Alabama paper, will be of
considerable interest here:
"Mr. JT. G. Jackson, of Deatsville,
Ala., announces the engagement and
applroaching marriage of his daugh
ter, Annie Christine, to Mr. James
Henry Madden, of Greenville, S. C."
"The above announcement is of
much interest in Wetumpka where the
chiarmning bride-to-bo made many
friends wvhile residing here with her
father (luring his term of ofmie as
sheriff of Elmore county.
"The marriage wvill be qluietly, but
beautifully solemnized in the late
afternoon at the Deatsville home of
the bride wvith the families and clos
est friends as guests.
"While wishing her every happi
ness, it is regretted that Miss Jack
sonl's marriage wvill take her to an
other state to reside."
Miss .Jackson is not an entIre strang
er in Greenville, hiaving been an at
Their Way Into
I-wine Coffee Beans, the Ones
Coffee Place of the World
IN BLENDING LUZI ANNE,
never touch from the sack,
coffee pot at home.., Don't
ess of Luzianne-we may be
expense. Get your mono
s Have It.
s of Ordinary Barr Coffee
Come in at <
piano polished. Ott
in oak or mahogan;
Rocker, Oak or Ma
hogany. Be sure to
see the values we of
fer in Rockers from
tage of the big ai
We offer every
er goods and loa
We pay the
tracetive guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Wallace of this city for the past two
summ eers. During her visits here, she
has made quito a number or friends,
wh-o will wvelcome her into our city,
M r. J. H. Madden is wvell known in
this vicinity, H~e ia a progressive young
bu siness man, Secretary of Duncan
Mii, and his many commendable traits
of character is a guarantee of a suc
cessful business career.-Greenville
Draily Ne ws.
M r. Madden is a native of this coun
ty and has numerous friends hero
wh o congratulate him upon his good
Card of Thanks.
Please allow us space to thank our
many friends and neighbors for their
kindness and helping deeds to us dur
ing the sickness and death of our
dlear so nand brother, Tillman Moore.
May many. blessings from the Lord
rest upon them. We only hope for the
time that we shiall return every
blessed deed and kindness shown to
us. We again thank those for the let
ters of sympath to us in our sadl
D). TP. and N. .ji \oore a~nd Children.
Don't forget tit y your share of the
Rled Cross Ci.fero s Seals. Remem
mnce if you want
uine Oak Bu
Sup to styles at $15.5
Its worth a visit to our sto
of Bed-room Furniture in
ang, Circassion Walnut,
Golden Oak. Complete
coming from every p
ralues that we are <
inducement for YOL
Sfreight to your dep<
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* t'ROSS 111LL NEWS, *
Cross Hil1l, Dec. 20-After tcn years
of ceflelent and satisfactory serr ice as
cashier or the Bank of Cross H1ill, Mr.
E. II. Rasor has resigned that iosition
and the resignation has been accepted.
His purpose in giving up th,s p;ace is
to ei'gage in other wora w haien will* be
more cond~ucive to a robai: health. For
the next year he will likely give his
t mo and attentioni to his farming in
terests here. Mr. Rasor's~ congehnsat
'face and accommodatinug dispsosition,
as well as his careful bu']nnes -lualities,
will be missed by those who. are cnn
nected in a business way wit.h the
At a meeting of the directors a fswv
(lays ago when the resignation of Mr.
Riasor was accepted, Mr. W. Paul Mar
'tin was elected to succeed Mr. Raisor
as cashier. Mr. Martin is a young
man of promise and his election to this
important position will no doubt prove
a wiso selection, lHe is a son of R1ev.
J1. A. Martin, a gradaute of Furman
University, class of 1915, a man of
steady habits, arnd has the promise of
promp~t business qualities. As this po
sition requires active thought as well
as promplt and emelient service,I and
as it demands a life of honesty andl
integrity, the selection of one qualified
to fill It muint nnoncsailiy be nmae
LR LOAD OF
to share in*
finished gen- Bea
ffet. Other Dressing
0, $17.50 up and prvic
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rejust to see our display
Black Walnut, Mahog
Birds Eye Maple and
suits from $18.75 up.
ifern in fineho
Bni s ale ale andd
ofativf judgento nt and leth
ffse ringcipn ofbuine hoi
Jto t comre O . L acm
p)mt, n a pu an seno tof yon
ma hnti sa th suh si ness tis
haf in, vhis ardy, bu thgs and rad-th
hse~leinis of Marinceas foe him.
We lievt a an honor torthny youn
stowed and that the business will con
tinue to prosper uinder safe manage
mont. W. C. Rasor will continue as
president andl Jas. D. Bleeks as assist
Under the auspices of the School Im
pirovemnent association Prof. Landlrum
andl Miss Kinardl of Greenwood coun
ty gave a musical entertainment at the
school audlitorlum Friday evening. The
program was madle up of piano, violin,
rind vocal selections, all of which was
instructive and entertaining.
Misses Josie Grimn and Adecll Mar
tin from lBrenau College and Misses
Mary 11111 and Caroline Matthews from
Limestone and Miss Willie .Joe Aus
tin from the Georgia Normal and In
:hustrial College came home last week
for the Christmas holidays. Others
will be in this wveek.
The Cross Hill1 school will adjourn
T'hursday for ChrIstmas. Appropriate
exercises will be held Thursdlay morn
Ing in celertion of the an.
A. A&NNAZA W3. 7 ZN
Table. Other styles
Is in all woods and
Fine box seat din
er, quartered frames,
Other styles from
di taking advan
irger stock, fin
10.00 or over.
('tittion for ILetters of .id miisthration
Staute of South Carolina.
Coutnty of ILaurenls.
fly 0. G. Th'omupsoun, t~robiate .1udget
Whereasi .laniie 10. Ledford mad~e suit
to) me1, to granut her Let ters of Adin-f
ist rat ion of the IEstate and effect~s of
J1. T. Ledford.
Thiese are therefore, to cite andlu ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors of thio iad J(.. TP. Ledford
dieceased, that 11Wey be andl appear he
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to
be held at Laurens Court hlouse, LanU
rens, S. C., on the 5th dlay of Jlanuary,
1916 next, after publiention hereof at
11i o'clock in the forenoon, to show"
cause, if any they have, why the said
adlministralt ion should not hie granted.
Given under' my hand this 21st day
of December Anno D~omini 1915.
0. 0. TiIO.\PSON,
J. P. L. C.
Trhe foard of Coun ty Comm is sioners
of Laurens County' will receive bida
for medical attention at the County
Poor' louse andl County- Jail for thio
year A. 1). 1916, until $ o'clock noon
of Thursday, the 6tlyday of Jlanuary
next Prnposit ions .aro asked for hoth
by the visit, and bj the year. All bi1ds
to bie in writing 'and to 'he dheposited
wvith J. D). Mqek, Clerk, on or hefore
the dhat~e above meontionedl. Bids are
to cover regular medical attention and
such medicines as are usually carried
by the physician, other medicines to
be furnished by the county.