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0Mr. It. L. Gray, of (ray Court, was
n town Monday on business.
Mr. It. 13. Bell was in town for a few
hours Monday morning on business.
Mi'. Zeno Wilson and family, of Gray
Court, were in town \londay shopping.
Mr. W. F. Stewart, of Fountain Inn,
was in town Mond:ty, on business.
Miss Nora Owings, of Gray Court,
spent Sunday in the city with relatives
Mr. Geo. C. Hodges, of Greenwood,
was a visite in the' city Monday night.
Mr. Ross 1). Young and family spent
Sunday with friends and relatives In
Mr. 1Eugene Simpson, of the Poplar
Spring section, was in town Wednes
(lay on business.
Prof. V.' P. Culbertson, of Cross
Hill, was one of the business visitors
in town, Saturday.
Mr. It. F. Otts, of Allendale, was a
week-end visitor in the home of It. A.
Mr. 13 13. [irri., -of Pendleton, who
is state food inspector, was in town
MIrs. M. 'iit:'aIr 'i.,of P'rinceto , wtlas
in to'r f: a our: .londay o:hop
Mr. En'mitt1 Aliln. of hionen P'alh,
was InI town( f.,r at few hoeurs \Monday
oi butsine .
M r. J. M. Riimmons:, of Mlountville.
w~as a but"iu' ' Sitorl Iin this 1i1y .\ln
Mr. and rs. T. M. i)ivver and c(1111(1.
of Ande :an s;ent the week-end in
She ' city visiting relatives and friends.
Mrs. .Sumteral, of Aiken, is visiting'
Mrs. G. T.. Kn';ght, on WVest Main
street, for .several days.
Miss 'Mary Edwards is visiting her
sister, Mri. Robert Wasson, of the
SFriendhip sect inn, for a few days.
Mi's Maurie Simpson, of Gray
Court, spent Siunday with Mr. and .\rs.
JI. H. Poe ri on Route ..
Rev. C. F. flankin and Mr. P. A.
Simpson attended the meeting of the
S. C. Synod in Greenwood last week.
Rev. S. H1. Temuplentan and Mr. J.
C. Owings, motored to Anderson yes
terday to spend the day visiting friends
Mrs. Pearl Ligon, of Greenville, who
formerly visited here as Miss Pearl
Dolt, is visiting friends and relatives
in the County.
Mrs. Ettie Cunningham spent a few
(lays in Laurens with her sister, Mrs.
Jvie Power. The condition of Mrs.
sower remains about the same.
Hon, I. A. Cooper left Monday after
noon on a business trip to several
points in Florila, to be gone for sev
iHev. (Gastoi )toile, a native of Blrazil,
and missionary of the Southern Pres
lv oili ("!ereih of Itrazil, preached at
the First 'reshytoriat church here
Ia. t all the good Baptist sisters of
t :nd divoi.;ion of our W. M. p. take
otiwee-hat thyh ar prentsd tr. bne
chur(hof totires i'on t 1 the
M'cisr (a 0. i-ihtil, accompnied byit
her fi-n, of is1 Sarahnet andr, bCo.th.
l.Soe wenk-red upon his partens, with tand
firm Moniday morning.'
Dr. Christopher was called Wednes
day nigh t to .een Mrs. Per-cy Finley. Iicer
ft-lends wiltl be glad to know site is
getting on niocly now,
e Mir. and~ Mrs. C'. B. Hobo, Mrs. T. N.
Blarksdalo, Mrs. C. If. Ropetr and Miss
Martha Barksdale, mnotor'ed to Gireett
ville Monday and spent the dayi) visit
Ing fiinds and relatives at thte (differ
ent schools of that city.
Mr. Wiliatm S. Bolt, of the hlickory
Tavern sect iont, whto was injutred sotme
time ago in ain automobile wr'eek, has
improved r-apidly during the past week,
and was seen on the street Motnday on
Miss lUrucie atid Martha Owitigs, ne
compatied bty t hir fr'iend, Miss ndtta
Sumetml, of Aiken, all of whomt are
students at Anoderson ('ollege, spet
the r'e ek-end hiere with thteirt paren'tts,
Mrr. antd Mrs. .a. C. Owifigs.
Mr'. and1( Mr1.. .tohn I WellIs Tiodld, Jlr.
havye icet ued fr'omi thle ir honeymoon,
sptent iIn Washingtion, Il timorte', New
York and other northern cities. Por
the pireset they ar toresid intg at. thIt
hiomre of the g roomi, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
MiIss iaula lDial wras aigaitn hoste''
oui Thurimy;; x evenIitg w hen sihe (It
* ai ned lthe iirid e Clurb. Afler- eni
pg xe-vera! r-ituis of this gamte ii
Ugiphitful sweet cou rse was served.
*A in complimp ient to Miss Atln hi'Todd
and Miss imtogen Wilkes, t wo brides
to-bc, Miss Lula iail entertale'd
charmingly at Forty-Two Thutr-sday af
ternoon. Tfh a ros wereo attractive
ly docor'atted v. hi gelde (lii-d and1
4djutratumn a-d after the games a de0
lcious swveet -irse was served. Miss;
lnin1 nresnn .I the honorees etoch a
lovely hand-embroidered guest towel.
County Treas. J. E. Foster and wife,
of Greenville were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Power Sunday.
Mr. D. L. Ciardy was again at his
Place yesterday after several weeks
Mr. John F. iolt, now of McColl, was
in the city on business the first of the
week. Ills many friends were glad to
nee himt again. Nir. Bolt is conducting
a hotel and buying cotton at McColl.
Mr. and firs. W. L. Garrett, of
Youngs township, were In the city
Mlisses Carolyn and Olivia Riddle
are attending the South Atlantic Fair
Mrs. Vaughn Gritton Miller and lit
tle son, Frankie U., spent Sunday in
Newberry with Mr. and Mrs. Cannon
Wedding Iunvitations Recalled.
Mir. and Mrs. J. It. Wolff request
Ihat the wedding invitations issued to
the marriage of their daughter he re
called on account of the death of their
son. The wedding Will be a very uiet
affair at their home on the twenty
sixth, witnessed by a few intimate
Basket laMEi Uame.
S'I.(nday afternoon at -1 o'clock, the
basket ball team composed of yourm
ladies of the Sth and loth grades will
hattle against a team composed of the
9th and 1 t grades of the City school.
The game will be played on the basket
hall groutnd; back of the g}raded
:; 10hool btildilu. I'verybody is invitled
to 'ome is adinission will be free.
('ard of ''hanks.
\e wishi to thank eachi and everyone
f'.)r the'ir kinldnecss during?; the sickness
and dl "tuh of our darling little boy,
Earle, ntnd may (od's richest blessiitlms
rest upon ";Jach and every one.
\I v. and M rs. It. 1E. Poole.
Special Trains for Fair Week.
Mir, M. .1. Simpson, ticket agent in
this city, announces to the public that
there will be a spceial train every
day, for three days. 'Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday of S. C. State Fai'
week, going to and returning from
Columbia each day. This train will
leave Laurens at 6.50 A. M. and arrive
in Columbia at 9.45 A. MT. On return
it will leave Columbia at 6.00 P. M.
and arrive in Laurens at 9.00 P .\. The
rate will be $3.10 round trip and one
admission to fair grounds. All other
trains will run on regular scheduile
When Bluebird Photoplays, Inc., de
cided to produce the flve-part feature
that comes to the Idlie Ilour theatre
Friday, Oct. 20th under the title of
'"The Yaitti" they selected a sub ject
that reqluired strong and forceful ne
ing in every part. There are so inany
pitotoplays that depend larg(ely upon
n(11e or two prinelmils that the film
witli respons-ible roles predo :tinmin
is sure to arot::e usutal fav ii i.
ptioplayIcrsX'I in t "The i" ' mittas
(contr iastIig element of hieiroisim ami1(
melodri iamtat Ie energy exacted inl the(
seinsationtal ('eienis IhatI0)1 aboundh troutgh
the film stor'y.
Y'ona ILand~owska is thle leadling lady,
playintg the role of a Mexican beauty,
Ther'esa Esteban. It is the contest for'
lher hland ini mlarriage that providles tihe
moving elemient of the pihotoplay ini
the r'ivalry betwi~een a bruital commnandi
cir of Mexican troops1 and one of his ju
nior11 ollcers for tihe favor of the beau
tiful yotung heiress.
25 CENTS DESTROYS
YOUR DANDRUFF AND
STOPS FALLING HAIR
S4ave yotur hair! Make it thick, wvaty
andi beautiful-try this!I
Thin, br'ittle, colorless and acraggy
hair is mute evidence of a neglected
seal p; of dlandruff-thtat awvful scurif.
There Is nothi g so destructive to
the hair asn danadm tff. It irobs the hair
of its Ilustre'(, itS .'~ r'englth *Knd its veriy
life; even rtualIly i -odue !)ig ai fever'ish
ness and( itnhltug jof tth6 scalp, whliich
if not1 r'emiedied < uuu th~e ha ir iroots
hiri falls (lut fan A litt le Dautdeilne
oi gh t--nowu'--an t ime-will suriely
save' youri hair.
G'et a :Seen(ilt bottl e cf K nowlitn'
1 )anrine ii fromti any dru i -g stor orC'(
tollet ('ouniter, and1( afteir the first at
illietion your301 hali' wilt take on that
beaiiutifutl, it will becomie wavy mnd
fluifty and have the appiearlance of abun-ti
dan.en incomar~able~ii glos and1 toft
will be oftr .lutt a1 few weeik's
whetn you1 will actunally See at h I
all (Iver thle scali.
lFooi 13htil lamc.
Th iere will be a foot hall gai-- l
tw/ell the I,. urents lIigh Sciool in
Antde raon liigh School, on Fiday 0"
toberi 20th, Cottnty F'air lI a1 'The
yanme will be called at 4 ''lock ini
Gar'ington's P~'ture, inslde c ar'ena
when ihn Honrse 2.how wil be ht'il6
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A marrihte attracting wide interest
will ie solemnized at the houne of Mr.
and 'Mrs. E. 1l. \Vilkes tomorrow oven
lg, when Iheir (ugliter, Ilogeie,
Will be miar led to J. Mioore Mars, 'sq.,
of Abbeville. Only the intimate friends
and relatives will be present, but fol
lowing the ceremony a reception will
be tendered the bride and groom to
which a large nuimber of invitations
have been issued.
Liberty 11111, Oct. 5.-One of the
prettiest home weddings ever solemn
ized in Liberty 11111 brought together a
company which filled the spacious
parlors of the Richards home yester
day evening, when at 8:30 o'clock Miss
Kiturah Diighton Richards , eldest
daughter of lion. and Mrs. John G.
Richards, and Mr. John Wells Todd,
.Jr., of 1aurens, were tilted in mar
The house was most. artistically
decorated with smilax, ferns and cut
flowers. Pyramids of hot house plants
towered in masses of dark green In
the corners to tihe right and left of an
improvised arch froni which was sus
liended a large floral hell.
Iiinediatcly ri\ reding the entrance
of the bridal Manly. .\lr. Stephen A.\t
HIichards, brotlie'r of the bride, sang
"A\ 'erfec't Day.~ '' Ti bridal party enl
lered to the strain: of .\lendelssohn's
"Wedding .\March" mtos:t beautifully
rem!tieredI by Mik .:cophio Dliehards. The
bride wa: atte'*nd4ed iv Miss lettie
llichar"d:. maid o; honor. by Mirs. T. M.
M\c~tra:e. formerlty Miss Sadie Rlichards,
a'; damte o' honor. .\laste'r .John Eidward
lbi'hards was ring hearer, while Ilar
11tte Todd and .lea e t ichards
Crewed the path of the bride With rose
pedals. 'Thel bride entered with her
father. She was met elt the altar by
the bridegroom and his best man, Mr.
James C. Todd, of Laurens.
The bride, a dainty blonde. wore an
exquisite gown of white satin, made
round length, the veil fastened with
a wreath of orange blossoms. She car
ried a shower bouquet of brides' ros
es and lillies of the valley. The maid
and (lame of honor were becomingly
gowied in white organdie, and car
ried bouquets of Killarney roses. The
impressive ceremony was performed
by Dr. Charles M. Richards, pastor of
the Presbyterian church, Davidson, N.
C., assisted by Rev. W. II. Workman,
pastor of the Presbyterian church at
Mayesville, S. b., hoth uncles of tihe
A large recepition followed in honor
of the newly tu:rried pair. Deli ight full
refr':hlment:; were erved.
MIr. and \lrs. 'T'odd left shortly A'
terwyards for filw wd ng jiourney
north, planning to visit Wa 1hig. on
and New York. The bride tr a'elled in
a !!i of depI bhu-1 clote w0 th e t Ivet
h: and ml even of malchlin _ shadle.
iwy w fill I:e st him on he h'ir frineo :l
in. Todd s po thiroletr aftd tenc
lThe hi'idei iii ai iyoimti, wta Ii h
manygiftsowerehman and adnhb
anl iivernwlb a tealuabl ( te highde
tein wc the yl ieoungh cuty wher
Amonge fthr eut-of-towe herl home.
~r. aTdd i's C. p.rihard and1 Mssr
.ine a esponsilearosto waidsh h.
P. ee La and Mrxchange ITokan
Thorgmft, were mnyMs. and lasoe
andmere a. . testioilo h hi.ghWors-n
Dr.eanvile Mr. C. M. Richards, ndwis
land N.Rev . and Mrs. . Wkman
Toddsill, Mr. and Mrs. J. Td J.i~
Cmden; Mir.tt andd Mss Iless. Tcoddum
andomr. J. C.; Mrs~l. R. C.ns Workman
Rekah Richards, Rock 11111, and Mir.
and Mi's. TI. M . M cCria e, D einmia rk.
A $3t.00 Carpel(t S weeper0 for !e ; thiis
is what vwe offerI for ir D ay; (only a
* ited( (Iuanitity to) be~ 81hl 14nd4 sale
meoe (lay onily ( IFridaiy, Oct 2(th).
M. M. & l'. 1i. WVIIA',i' & ('!).
Hfend:erso1n Hapt 4I~i Chuch
oif First Hapi: t i rc of l.auren'fl,
wvill preach at Ii b '(r1o lI hi It
22nd, at 3::0 l'. Md.
Woodrowv Wlilson ulnii i irc 1'(le,
mo't wiith Mris. WV. . . . cL iFrblay
aftet'rot. Alter sp'el ng a very
pileasaint hiour with i.. .'rnk (di
eious r'efreshments Wa ii4 ed by tthe
We give ever'yonne' llninig to theC
iiulIi a cordIial invi'atloln ' vislit (4ur1
store c' id see theo beaultifid line of
Homel o arushinlis, th 18.w. have on
8i. M. & E. 11, 'WILKES & Co.
Hygn Capet Sweepe
Fo cr 98 c
ONE DAY ONLY, FRIDAY, OCT. 20TH
of these three del'r per', we hav e decided to
place them on sale Fy Fair Day---Oc
First Come, First Served While They Last.
Be Sure to Get Yours.
Only one to a customer. None charged. None
sold to dealers. Sale one day only, FRIDAY, OCT. 20.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
L !rens, . . . . S. Carolina
nua Hrvest S le
October 23rd to 28th
Biggest and B est Bargains of th e Whole Year
You should certainly ake it a point to attercd this great big sale. We
have prepared fot it bs we )ever ha've befc e. Ve prerard for it long ago,
before the rise in price of f erything, cmr.tu eted for lreic ai disc tvf ay in ad
vance, new goods that he e just arrived by agrcmert in time ftr this stu
pendous event, hence we -e in positition to, and
Will Sell You Ev rything You Need at Lower Prices
than You Ca Possibly Buy Any Where Else
So make your arran emeAts'accordingly, and he sure to be in Augusta
one day of this week of spmtlff sales and special bargains, or several days if
you possibly can. The more you buy at "White's" during this Harvest Sale
the more money you will be saving.
Remember You Can Buy Every Thing You Need at
White's---Every Thing for Yourrelf or
For Your Family
We iw- ray- freighlt. (y; r'' r p'reC s p st On al a h'es, Gro
celes lCeo't( (i.to ans poni t1 u twOo hun(iicd niI 'f Au; usta.
If it m:: imYIN< &Thibl ,1' r i u to ;ud11(11( thiI! , ,.; A 7, . L A IVEST
SALE, be uflre to warr -.". 'V youn 'as ,n :s Vou cali.
All :il Ord!er sot!( H n 'l vrc' ; 0 .' t 1 c!') gu ran1 te(d.
J. fi. W ".:hit e & Co
j Au t, . . Georgia.
Ready Ous Double Page Advertiscments in the Augusta Papers
Sunday October 22nd.