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8 Loeal and Personal Mention. 8
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Senn, of Enoree,
w,ero shopping in the city Wednesday.
Mr. Zack H. Tinsley of Triniky-Ridge
was a salesday visitor to the city.
Mr. William P. Harris spent Mon
day here attending the sales. '
Mr. J. P. Caldwell has accepted a po
sition with Powe Drug Co.
Miss Maggie Garlington, of Ander
son, visited relatives in town and in
the county last week.
Messrs R. R. Leonard, J. H. Par
sons and Allen Garrett, of Woodruff,
were visitors in the city yesterday.
Mr. Alex W. Chapin of Boyds Cross
Roads was among the visitors hero
Mr. George W. Clardy from near
Clinton spent Monday here looking af
Mr. Dutch Jenkins a resident of
Clinton Route Three spent Salosday
here on business.
Mr. J. D. Blackwell of the Reedy
River section was among the visitors
here the first of the week.
Mr. Anderson Abererombie of Ra
bun, came down Monday to spend the
day on business.
Mr. George H. Brown, a resident of
Sagetown was among the visitors here
the first of the week.
Mr. Billy Snow of Madden, spent
Monday in town, attending the sales
and looking after business.
Mr. H. Frank Tumblin spent Mon
day here, coming in from his home in
the Hickory Tavern section.
Mr. John W. Lanford of Langord
Station spent the day here Monday on
Mr. H. Pink Blakely of Clinton was
among the business visitors here for
the land sales.
Miss Esther Fowler is visiting
friends and relatives in Jacksonville,
Mr. B. C. Armstrong, of Enorce, and
Mr. H1. R. Workman, of Ora, were vis
itors in the city Monday.
31r. J. R. Willis of Cross Hill Was
among those in the city on Monday
looking after business.
Mr. 1'. 11. Richardson was among the
business visitors in the city yesterday.
Mr. Marvin Franks, of Charleston,
spent several days last week in the
\r. P. M. Pitts and his son Mr. J. G.
Pitts from near Renno were among
the business visitors here yesterday.
Mr. C. E. Parker has returned to
Cookville, Tenn., after spending a part
of the Christmas holidays here. Mrs.
Parker will join him there later.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Silverman, who
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boyd during
the holidays, have returned to their
home in Elberton, Ga.
Mr. Walter Manly has returned to
his home in Florence after spending
the holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. -+. Manley.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Witt, of Green
ville, have been spending several days
with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wilkes and
Mr. Milton Latimer of OldI Quaker
Clhuirch cosmimuity caine in Monday
to attend the sales and attend to other
MIss Marga ret WVebb returnedh yes
torday from Greenville where she wvas
the guest of honor at. a reception given
by Airs. Frank SIprait.
The many t'riends of Miss D~ot Hud
gens5 will be dlighited to know that
-she is abile to he 'out again after a
'week of sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Coleman have re
Iturned to their home in Ashvilhe, N. C.,
after vIsiting Mr. and Mr's. A. F. Cole
nmaiin dring the hmol idays.
Mr'. and Mrs. D~udley Young and
child have returned to Gaffney m ier
spending the hmol idayvs with Mirs. SallIe
Miss Lillian Hopkins and Miss hell
iurns, of this city, s'pent the Christ
imas holidays in Greenville visiting
friends andh relatives.
Mr end Mr's. Wm A. Moorehead', of
;olilmle, and Mr. Walter Vaughn, of
Darlint ion, spient Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. C. Ilopkins on East Main
BANANAS, ORANGES, or anything
.AND PROOFED AGAI
or your table we copy nature in hei
Save your LUZIANNE C
Mr. W. L. Patterson, of Lanford, was
a business visitor in the city Monday.
Miss Mamie Wright, of Marion,
spent the holidays with Rev. and Mrs.
W. A. Clarke.
Messrs W. C. Irby, Jr., and Frank
Reid have joined the salesforce of a
large tobacco company and have en
tered upon their duties. 'they will
have headquarters at Florence. They
will be associated with Mr. L. B.
Clardy, district manager.
Mr. John Gilkerson, who is now with
the Southern Express Company at
Raleigh, N. C., spent several days last
week in the city with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Gilkerson.
Saturday morning about a dozen
members of the younger set met with
Miss Nelle Eichelberger and enjoyed
several games- of Rook at the home
of her sister. Mrs. Robt. Eichelberger.
After an hour or so of amusement, Mrs.
Eichelberger served ambrosia and
cake. Those present included: Misses
Carrie Fleming, Elizabeth Young, Lois
Nelson, Lola McPhail, Brucie Bagwell,
Elise Babb, Virginia Sullivan, Alpha
Bolt, Harriet Adams, Nelle and Kate
Miss' Beaufort Copeland entertained
at a rook party last Tuesday after
noon in honor of her cousin Miss
Eleanor Ball, a bright and attractive
little lady from Columbia. The weath
er man ldid his very worst and there
was a terrific down-pour of rain but
the young guests gathered at the ap
pointed hour in holiday spirits and
attire, undaunted by mere weather.
The rooms were gaily festooned in
crimson and green, a lovely Christmas
ree glistening with fairy-like orna
ments making a charming decoration
and markinp the occasion as a Christ
mas party. At the conclusion of an
hour spent at rook, a sweet course
esting incident of the atfernoon was
served on the card tables. An inter
estinb incident of the afternoon was
the winning of the first prize, a fancy
silk work bag by Miss Katherine Dolt
and the consolation, a box of candy,
by her twin sister, Miss- Marian. The
guest prize, a box of stationery was
.-resented to Miss Eleanor Ball.
Before dispersing, 'several of the
guests, who are promising young mu
sicians, gave most enjoyable selections
on the piano.
Those present were Misses Harriet
Hughes, Emmie Lou Washington, Rosa
Gray, Mary Roper, Caroline Rankin,
Josephone Knight, Mary Blackwell,
Katherine and Marian Bolt, Laura
'lmfly Dial, 'Mary IBall Copeland,
l')leanor Ball and Beaufort Copeland.
The following announcements were
received in this city last week:
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brown Wilson
announce the marriage
of their daughter
Mr. Ernest William Machen
on Wednesday, the 29th of December
Nineteen hundred and fifteen
1 030 South Hiarper Street,
Laurens, South Carolina.
Mr. Machen is a resident of this city,
being the nephew of lHon. R. A. (Cooper.
lHe is connelctedl with the lusu rane
dlepartme~nt of thme Laurens Trt'.st Comn
pany and is a live and aggressive
younig business man. The bride has
v'isitedi here and is greatly admired for
her many graces 6f bodly and mind.
Mr. Maclhen was accompanied to
Deband by Mr. Cooper, Mr. andl Mrs.
.. S. Maclien andl Mr. Robert Roper,
the last namedl being hIs best man at
the ceremnony. Mr. and Mrs. Maclien
are expected to arrive in the city today
and wi'll take up their residlence at
the home of Mr. Cooper.
BegIns Christmas Savlings Cluh.
As announced in this issue of The
Adlvertiser, the Peoples5 Loan and Ex
hange Blank have inaugurated a Christ
mans Saving Club to begin at once. Al
ready many have taken advantage of
this unique methodl of being sure of
having a little Christmas change next
year. The dletalls of the pian are more
fully given in their ad on page eight.
Nature prepares for food, is SEALED
NIST DEADLY GERMS-/
work. Human hand never touches
to your coffee pot at home..
3UPONS for valuable gifts.
Miss Pearl Corbett and Mr. Clyde
Teague, both of whom live a tow mile
in the country, were married by Rev
M. L. Lawson at his home in this oit:
Sunday afternoon. They have man
friends who unite in wishing them a
Miss Ostelle Willis and Mr. Barlet
13. Owens were happily married a
Gray Court Sunday, Rev. T. W. Mun
nerlyn performing the ceremony. Botl
are residents of Gray Court, where
they have numberous friends who con
gratulate them upon the step the:
Mr. Evans Abercrombie and Miss
Mattie Chestine were happily married
by Rev. J. R. T. Major at the Methodisl
parsonage Sunday. Both young people
are residents of the Shiloh section and
are very populc r in their neighbor
hood. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. Walker Chestine, a well known
farmer of that section.
Miss Allie Cooper and Mr. Clarenec
Owings Chancy were quietly married
at the home of Rev. J. A. Brock on
)ecember 26th, only a few of the rela
tives being present. Miss Cooper is
the daughter of Mr. Brooks Cooper of
Gray Court and is pleasantly known
there and elsewhere for her charming
qualities; while ir. Chancy, son of
Mr. J. '). Chaney of Laurens, is a most
promising young man, now employed
with the Standard Oil Company. This
happy young ('oul e is now making
their home on North Harper street,
with the groom's parents. Their many
friends wish for them a long and most
The announcement of the marriage
of Miss Bertha Bolt of near Ware
Shoals and Mr. Wilbur Franklin
Ilagan of this city which occurred
Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock
in Greenville, came as a great sur
prise to the friends of the groom here.
The ceremony was performed by )r.
George W. Quick, pastor of the First
Baptist church of Greenville.
Immediately after the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Iagan came to Greenwood to
visit the groom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Ilagan on Oak street.
Mir. and Mrs. lHagan will make their
future home at Townville where Mr.
Hiagan is a very successful teacher.
Greenwood Daily Journal.
Mr. Ilagan taught for several
months 'in the gr ded school here last
A marriage that was a very pleas
ant surprise to their many friends
here was that of Miss Florence Clem
ents Jones and Mr. 'D. Roy Simpson,
which took place in Charleston last
Thursday evening at six o'clock. The
ceremony .was performed by Rev. J.
P. Paul, a Methodist minister of Char
leston, the event taking place at the
Mr's. Simpson ia the charming andl
ittrtactive daughter' of Mr. A. S. Jones,
1 lirominent lplanter' of Colleton (coun1
ty. She has vlsitIed ini Laur ens a num il
ber of ti me's and1( duiring her visits
here has made innumerable friends
wuho are delinhteikd to welcome her to
1laurmens. The gloom is a w(elI- known
and popimla r young busiess mitan of
the city, holding a posItion with the. .
C. Hiturns & 'Comnpany. lie is receiv
ing the warmest congratulations fronm
his many friends throughout the city
The young couplle arriivedl in the city
last Saturtday after spending a short
honeymoon in and~ ar'oulnd Charleston.
Tlhey will make their home witht the
Clinton, Jan. 1 .--On Wednesday ev
ening, at the home of the bride's Par
enits at Renno, the marrIage of Miss
Aninie Lou McMillan andl Dr.' H. II.
I lenry, of Whitire', wuas solemnized,
the Rev, Mr'. Murray, of K'inard(s being
the officiating minister'.
The dainty little ower' girls werc
Virginia anid IElizabeth Adair, of this
pilace, (daulghters of Mr. and Mrs. S
Y. Adair. .Just prtecedinig the core
mnony, Miss Susie Owings very sweet'
ly satng "I Love You Truly," being
accompianiied on the piano by Mist
Susie Simpson. The wedding march1
was pilayed hy Miss Susie Owings and
the br'idal par'ty entoered in the fol
lowing order: Miss Lizzie McMillan
sister of the bride, and Mr. Cooper'
of WVhitmire, and Miss Elizabetl'
Henry, sister of the gr'oom, and Mr',
Gillam, of Whitmire. The br'ide and~
gr'oom then enter'ed andl took theu
stand. time bridle being unusulall3
beaultifuil. wear'ing a gown of c'repi
meteor with silver trimmings and
car'riedl an armful of bride roses
TIhe br'idesmaids were attriactively at'
iiited in 1)ink a1( nd carried bouqut a 1
1)1nk cart'natIons. During the evoning
afteri the eremnony had beent concluded('(
refreshments wer'e served, Misses Sal,
lie Hell MeMillan mand Lizzie Rul
Davidsonn gracefully nm'nsldct at t1n
punch bowl. The bride's register was
presided over by Miss Essie Davidson.
The guests were met at the door by
Mrs. W. A. Galloway.
Immediately after the ceremony, Dr.
and Mrs. Henry came to Clinton to
spend several days with the groom's
The bride is the daughter of Mlr.
and Mrs. .1. C. McMillan, of Renno,
and is a most. charming and attrae
tive woman. She is popular with all
her associates and, by her swcctness
t and gentleness, she has won admira
tion and retained many friends. The
groom is a native of this city but is
at present located at Whitmire, where
as a young physician. he is enjoying
a splendid practice and is held in
high esteem by all who know him.
The wedding was attended by a large
1number of friends and relatives from
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* JONES NEWS. *
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Jones, Jan. 3.--Wo were very sorry
to hear of the death of Mrs. Dock Ow
ens and tenderly sympathize with the
Beacham and Riley recently stored
a large lot of cotton at Ware Shoals.
Rev. J. A. Copeland filled his ap
pointment on the 26th of December
and the congregation presented him a
purse as a token of their appreciation
of his services.
Our Christias tree was a joyous oc
easiot and the distribution of the
beautiful presents made the recipients
We are indebted to Supervisor Ilin
bert for having Mr. Joshua Martin to
repair the road near Hasor's Bridge.
.\r. and \I rs. W. A. Me('ord of Spar
tanburg were the guests of Mr. G. 13.
Riley during the holidays.
'the following teachers spent Christ
nas at home: Misses Nona Riley, Belle
and Lillian Jones.
Misses Isabel Leachatm, Sarah anda
Jennie Lou Martin of Lander and
Frank P. Jones of the University spe
the holidays at home.
We extend a cordial welcome to Mr.
and Mrs. Woodward of Greer, who
have moved here.
)r. V. T. .ones has lumber for sale.
11r. and .\lrs. Julius Babb of Lau
rens were the recent guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Cothran.
The following ofilcers were elected
to serve Brewerton Lodge No. 183, A.
F. M., for the next ensuing Masonic
year: Dr. W. T. Jones, W. M.; T. L.
Martin, S. W.; W. T. Jones, Jr., J. W.;
B. L. Henderson, Treasurer; W. O.
Mitchell, Secretary; Ed. Burgess, S.
D.; Thos. O'Dell, J. D.; Foster South
and C. W. Jones, Stewards; Geo. Cul
bertson, Tyler; Dr. J. O. Martin. Chap
Ar. Bunton of Anderson is visiting
his sister, Mrs. Ed. Thompson.
The Masonic Lodge at Ware Shoals
gave a banquet at its last meeting and
the following oflicers were elected:
W. S. Knight, \V. M.; Dr. J. B. Work
man, S. W.; J. E. Elliott, J. W.; J. M.
Major, Treasurer; Oscar Henderson,
Secretary; G. M. Boland, S. DI.; P. II.
IHenderson, J. D.; J1. 1. Hill1 andl L. W.
Alr. and~ u1 rs. W\ilmtot 511m1ihadsn
uglas, ditned wiu:h Mr1. andI~ .Mir. G.
t.er a ,>rolonigedl visit to her i:arents,
to her hlotme.
We recently mmt -the f ilowing
frietnds: Luther C'ai nil of G eorgia;1
J .ohnnie MC~ee of IDue Wes;t, and~
Henry flecks of Richmaond.
delightulutSbaginnier Partyk lat Uat
utrday3 eveing at. six ocoka h
hiaindsoime hotme of h tis tmothber en Iruby
st reet. Short y a ftert their a rriva lie
guiests wer~e uisheted infto the iing~i
room1 where they were se'rvedl a mtagiu
fletnt six-eonurse dinner0 i. Tihuose res
dn1 were Messrs Tom1 Swygert, I.. It.
Swygert, Erskinie Todd, dwitn Luns,4
Vance I rby. Tonm Lake, Shack Me
Crady, Neps Mcrady and Arthuir L ee.
Atmong- the delightfutl social events
of the city last Thutrsday evening in
givent last Thursday evening by Mr.
Ecnry Martin. The guests wvere servedl
a delightful six-course dliner. Those
present wvere Mrs. John Steven, Misses
Margaret Webb, Mary Wilkes, Kathlyn
Wilkhes and Hattie Sinmpson and Messrs
Coke Gray, Hugh Aiken, Moore Dial
and Tonm Lake.
Th -ac gvnby tile younRg men(1
of the iety last Thu rsday eveninag in
ini addition11 to the local dan erls, secv
ceral couples camle upl froml ('linton and1(
al~bied much(1 to tihe enljoyabhleness5 of
lihe eveninig. There were about t wen
ty-fiye couples dancing, making it one
of the largest, us well as the mnost site
oessful danice gIven In 1Lau1rens In a
O N the sidewalk in front
store we have placed ,
of the -celebrated RINGW.
LINOLEUM, now being
throughout the country by n
severe public tests.
This strip will remain on c
weather to give an account c
satisfaction of all that it will r
or break, even under this ex
cold or climatic conditions ar
by the maker's guarantee of
We are now holding
of this guaranteed linoleun.
floor covering that is practi
same time very low in pric
you the goods. BeautiM, i
S. M. & E. H.
Stores (losing Ea0rly.
SFor fear that some of the store man
igers have let the matter slit, from
heir memory, the little suggestion is
1owin out that it was agreed by many
)f them that their stores would he
'losed at six o'clock all the year
sound except for the month of )ecem
)er. As that month is now a thing of
he past, the early closing plan is in
'Night, School Organized.
Tuesday evening a night school was
)rganized In the Laurens Mill school
for the benefit of the people of that
!ommunity. Courses In reading, writ
ing, spelling, arithmetic, and letter
writing are being offered. As the
teachers are giving their services,
there will be no tuition charges for
Dr. Hayne to Make Addresses.
On next Thursday evening at seven
o'clock, Dr. Adam Hayne, State
Health Officer wiTi deliver In the Lau
rens Mill school auditorium an Illus
trated lectrue on Hygene and Sanita
tion. At eight o'clock on the same ev
^ning Dr. Hayne will deliver the same
lecture in the graded school auditori
.-n. The public is cordially invited to
Bear these lectures.
lir. Snydier' andi Prof. Ilantd Comting.
On next Tuesday evening, .Januairy
I liih, IDr. Ifery 3 N. Snyder, Presicienti
of \\'otit'rd College, an .\(1 r. \\. ITI.
I land, Slate liigh School iuispector,
will ilet tre in the graded school aut
rliorium ont suithec's of grjeat eudneae
i onal impor''tantce. Th'lere wil h i. no
aImi;sionti( fe und! (evryody in tuiwnt
is invitedl to he luresent. A\fler the'
u'(t nie. puptils of thle tinth i gradue will
sive their Patrents a recepution.
For Sprains, Lamerness,
Sores, CuLts, RheurmatI im
Stops Pain/ t OnIce~
For Man di Dcast
25c. 50c. $1. MAll Dealetra.
'fIi Mo'tr' I RthaotlgNd:)
'films in Ried and-'oord mti
th' si e wiltu. itln.
Taluf n^'ola nhi7'Nr ,'i.
.ears knowb as est, Safest, Always Ieatule
SOL 1BY 66roSTS FVFRVWHERE
Lasrens8, S. C.
Notice is hereby gIven that the Peni
1(ion CotmmOIssioner' will be at t he A t
dit or's otlee on each Rcsturday' In the
months of .lanntary for the putrpose of
talking appl icationus and thsit t he Pea
siotnI' l-(r will tmeet for thle lpurpvose
ofE t u'iside ring alt d ienti s ont the first
.\l'ndaly ini Febut 11ry.
'Tise ailritady on oIl atre ntot re
<lptiredl to a pp'ai
-lThe lhoard wil e thanikful for' i'e
port; of (leths l: thait. our mol mayit
lie rev ised.
Th'lose who contomp~late making ap
tlIctn are uri i gedl to act pruiotnti 'y13.
J. P. Caldwell,
ieans of these
ur sidewalk in all kinds of
,f itself and prove to the
ot faue, cra..ck, curl, buckle
traordos;y outdoor use.
UM ih not a: 1ecterd by heat,
d every yard in backed tp
sait. T-tory' service.
[ 3 . nreirier erted in a
a!!::vrb .'i. Andii at the
^.me it: zad, he't us show ';
r Circulars free.
WILKES & CO.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Office in Peoples Bank Bdg.
B. R. TCDD
Engineering and Contraetiny
Land Surveys a Spedalty
,aorete Work Sklful,11. done or in
s eet d.
-*rawlngs and s nates of all Kind.
Telephone No. 346
An Anoying' " reak
is apt to occur at anly timeC to anfY
st yle or make of carriage, but the
chances of an accident ar'e greatly
lessened if you have us; inspect your
runnIng stock regularly. Thlie wheels
t hat we pl ace on carcriages last longer
and run abetter i than t he othle r kind,
fo r they areo bil t righit and put on
sight. We are ex pert mlmnClieis and
olur itces ar r''Ieasonab tle. Let us
put you' ('ariage in shaple.
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS, S. C.
W ATYOUR DisT
W\hereas inforomationl has been re
et ved at this dleparVtmet, that one
GreenIIwood Rlogers, who was convYictedl
in the County of' 1Lau rens, F'all Te'rm
of (Coulrt, 191-1, 0n the elhartge of' mnrlt
der and sentenlcedt to be elect rocutedi
on the twenty-Ithird day or October,
1914t, whIch sentence was reprieved,
andl~ finally commuted to life imifisonl
mient In thec state penitentiary, did es
cape from thie I~eidl Farm where he
waIs confined at / hard lh .6'r, on or
abont the secon Ida3,gbf Deccember,.
Now, therefqoi'4, Richard L. Man
ning. Governofrof the State of South
Carol Ina, in order that just ice may be
(lone and1( thle majesty of the law vindi
cated, (10 hereby offer a reward of One
11 undred ($1 00.0(t) D~ollars for the: ap
llrehlenion1 and deli very of thi said
Greenwood Rogers to tile shierifts of
R~ihlan ld anld LaurensI (O~ ounties (Co
lumlbIa anld Laurens.)
In tes tiony whlereof, I have here
un ito set my~ hand~ and caused
(iSE'AL) the Great seal of the State
tis t wen Iy-thlird1 day of I)eeiimber, A.
1). 1915 an din the one1 hundltred and
D). 19l5 andie In the on; hli'r'u and
the l'nited Stles ot' Amien.
Rl('IIARID I. .\l.\NNING,
Il. 31. 'Cc(own,
nerntnry of Stane.