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Mr. R. W. Brown, of Cross 11111, was
Calhoun McGowan, Esq.,.; of Char
lot.te, spent :Suinday in the city.
Mrs. .1. A. Wofford of Madden, was
shopping in the Illy Saturday. r
Mr. .J. J. i)endy svent several days
last week in Anderson on buminess.
Mr. M. I,. Senn, who is living in
Newberry, was a visitor in the city
Mr. Ceo. 1i. W\'orkmian, with thC
Powe )rug Co., spent the week-em:i!
Mr. Dick Sullivan, of Augusta, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and \irs. 1;.
Mr. J. M. Golden, who is now locat
ed in Spartanburg, was a visitor in the
city last week.
Mis Ruby Goggans, of Newberry,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Balle last week,
Supt. Richard F. Simpson, of the
Camderischools, spent the holidays at
home with his mother.
Mrs. Fayette Sumerel and family, of
the Rocky Springs section, were in
the city shopping Saturday.
Mrs. Clifton Jones and little daugh
ter, Nell, have returned from a visit I
of several days in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cannon, of
Atlanta, are visiting the latter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Manley.
'Mrs. W. R. Bailey and young daugh
ter, of Greenwood, have been visiting
Mrs. ). H. Coutits on West Main street.
Mr. S. II. Sherard, who is spending
some time with Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Gilkerson, visited in Ninety Six last
The friends of Magistrate R. P.
. Traynham are :;orry to learn that he
is confined to his home oil account of
Miss Ora Smoak, a student at Lan
der college, spent the Thanksgiving
holidays in the city with Miss Helen
Mr. .J. C. Henderson and family, of
Ord'enville, spent the holidays in the
city with Mr. IHenderson's parents, Mr.
.1. W. Henderson.
Mrs. J. M. Mel-ees and little son
James, of Greenwood, have beer
spending several days with Dr. and
Mrs. Clifton .lones.
Mr. Frank Armstrong, better known
as "Boo", who is attending 'Clemson
college, spent the holidays in the city
with hi? parents.
Mir. and Mrs. E. C. Asbell and daugh
ter. Maurgaret, and Mr. and Mrs. W. C
King, of Townville, visited the Misse
Peterson, on South Harper street, dur
ing the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Fleming and I
F. 3rd and Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Flem
ing spent the Thanksgiving holiday
in Greenwood with Capt. and Mrs. I
Mrs. .lohn F. Bolt, of McColl, an
daughter, Miss Sarah Bolt, who is at
tending the ('olumila college, spei
t he Tiha nksgi ving holidays in thle cill
with relatives andl friends.
Misses Sadie Sullivan and M'lilzabet
F.m pson, who arec teaching at Pendh
o~n, wer'ie in the city foi' the holiday
Miss .Josle Sullivan, wvho is teachins
at Camden, spent Thanksgiving in ti
* city with her parents, Mir. and Mr'
Jloe HI. Sullivan.
Mr's. J1. D). Watts has i'etuirned hon
after a stay of several weeks with Mb
Wil Lou Gray and party in New Yoi'
S he was accompanied to New Yor'k 1
Miss Wilheimina Webb, of Nashville
Mr's. Maimie Wirighut of Marion,
visiting her father, Rev. WV. A.'Clark
Mrs. Wright has been attending i
National W. C. T. U. convention at I
dianapoiis, Indiana. Mrs. Spratt,
Manning, state fpresidenlt Of this 0
ganization, also attended. 670 del
gates from the different states we
Mi'. W. A. Osborne, southern sal
mnanager' for the Liggett & Myers 'f
bacco Comp~any, with offices in
Loauis, spent sevei'al days in the ci
last week with Mr. L. B. Clai'dy, stt
manager'. Mir. Osborne met a nunml;
of business men and others of the c
while here and madle many fr'ieni
Mi'. Herb~ert Enlivan spent part
the Tihanksgiving holidays in the c
with his par'ents, Mr'. andi Mr's. .
Sullivani. Young Sullivan is the et
tain of the Cleinsoni tr'ack teami wl
Won the state championship in tii
athletics at Newberry Thianksgiv
day in the contest between Erski
Newberry, Carolina and diemson.
12 cakes Polo Washing Soapt
week foi' 25c,.1J. C. Burns & Co.
('ard of TIhanks.
We wish to express sincere that
to the many fr'iends andl neighb
who were so kind to us during the
C) cent sickness and subsequent death
our wire and mother. We will h
cherish the memory of tifese k
A NV* . Hi. Hudgens and I4amnill
i6-inch Sea island L~ L this w
only at h00 a yard, worth 12 1-2e.
C, Bnsn & o.
Mrs. Nickels Entertains.
Last Tuesday evening Mrs. Robert
Nickels entertained with a beauti
11 reception at her home on Irby A ve
ue in honor of her son, Mi. itobert
tice Nichols, and his bride, who was
liss Amnella Todd. The spacIous homite
LsAmlaTd.Tepaiu cnevas tastefully decorated for the oe
asion in ferns and pot plants, a sit
ile but effective color scheme of gree i
u(d white being carried out In the re
reshment.i and decorations. In the
"celving line besides the hostess and
he bride and groom were the bride's
notlher and brother, Mrs. .Margaret I..
l'oddi and .\r. Erskcine 'Todd, Mrs.
rook s S vygert and \iss Emily Smith
The guests were met upon their ar
rival by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson and
directed to the receiving line after hav
ing returned from the dressing rooms.
After passing the receiving line, they
were met by Miss Lizzie Glenn, Miss
Charlotte McGowan, Mr. Charles Simp
son and Mr. Thos. I. Swygert, who in
vlted them into the dining room, pre
sided over by Mrs. Virginia Caine and
Mrs. A. Dial Gray. lee cream, cake
and mints were served from a table
artistically decorated with tulle and
cut flowers. Little Misses Nell Jones,
Vermellc Cain, Toccoa Clary and Sarah
Eliza Swygert served as waitresses.
After the refreshments, the guests
were directed by Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Lancaster and Miss Bess Childress to
the coffee room where coffee and fruit
cake were served by Misses Annio
Helle Childress and Lula Dial and
Messrs Tom Lake and Allie Lee. Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Todd assisted in en
in spite of the very inclement
weather, a large number of people
called during the evening to greet the
young couple and to enjoy the splen
did hospitality of the hostess.
A wedding of wide interest was sol.
emnized on Thanksgiving afternoon at
Gray Court when .liss Kathryn Chap
man Ilollis became the bride of Mr. K
Bascom Brownlee. The Rev. 1. N.
Kennedy performed the ceremony.
Miss Hollis is the daughter of ir.
and Mrs. W. ). iollis of Gray Court.
iShe is a young lady of sterling char
actor and by her charming personality
she has won many friends.
Mr. Brownlee is the son of Mrs.
. James 'I'. Brownlee of Gray Court. Ile
is a prosperous young farmer and a
very energetic man. This young cou
_ isle have many friends throughout the
mtate who wisht ihem i much happiness
Mel With irs. W. L,. Gray.
- On Nov. 22nd, the Wednesday ('lul
t met with .lrs. W. L. Gray. Mrs. P. A
y SI im.pson rend a most interestintg pa pe
oin "Ouri I lving American Poets'', wrtit
ht ten by Mtrs. .1. D). Watts. .\t's. 11. L.
-Pa rklinson's pa per on "'Vris Li1bre
u. shtowed muchtel careful toughit and pro
g Ipa ratioit andl was written it a schol
4. scales had givon selections fronm soy
oral of the modern poots, a ietter froni
~e M~rs. Lucas was road it wlih site d~e
it scribed Tagor'e, the IndIan poet wh'lon
~. she has had te privilege of htearing
y D~eliclous salad and coffee wer
.servedl and thte club adjournod.
e iSal of lersoniallProperty.o
se ednesday, 13tht day of December, 191
'1- the peorsonal prlopter y of Mrs. N. M. Sul
af lvan, dieceasedl, viz, 2 good mules,
itilich cows, coin na fod rf wago:
rantd carriiage and f rmi ools. Trernm
e- of sale, casht.
.1. Hi. S ILLI VA N,
C. C. FEATHiERSTONIE,
st. Lantford Sehool Holnor 1Roll.
ty Tenth Grlade-Saraht Wolff.
to Ninith Gr'ade-D)'Roy Patterson.
er. Eighth Grade-Ruth Cooper, 011
ty Mao Taylor.
dit Seventht Grade--Waiter C'ooper'.
F~outh'l Grade--(Gilber't ('ox.
of Thtird Gra'tde-Ciaude IHolmeos WVet
ty dlell, hanford Dwight Patterson, LIII
G. Fulbrighit and Lillie Mac Cox.
p. Second Grade-Frank Ihurgess, Vi
chi ginia WVillis.
ck Advanced F'ist-Vivian Hutrnel
ng Margar'et Waldr'op, Ellie Crow.
se, First Grade--Ethel ILnford ai
GIFT GOODS GALOE t
IHLnd Painted China, Cut Glass, Silver-Lamp Goods, Brass Goods, Music Cabine-s, Writin r Des s.
Dressinig Tabla, Rockers, Chairs, Parlor Suits, Eed Rcom ar d Diring Pocm Ful iii L . LiI u i C n
plete Suits or Odd Pieces and The Bigg st Values to h. Found.
Reed Rockers, $3.50 to $12.00 From 25c to $1.25 Uphoistered Rockers, $4,50 p
_ Rugs from 50c up
Art Squares from
- -$5.25 up
From $2.90 upBeautif 1 Dinner Sets From $3.80 U ._-- - " -
Never before have we shown so omplete a li oliday goods as-we are now displaying, arnd the
prices-we offer mean a big saving to thos come to us for their home wants.
The Question Is Easily Solved If You Let Us Help You. We Have
a Wide Variety of Suitable Christmas Presents, Gifts That Will
Prove Substantial Additions to Anyone's Possessions. :-:
ri II \NI)K EICWIlIEFS in Christmas Boxes, very special at.
25 cents per box.
'/1P11P11ICR OLEs for men sand vomen and Wool with
whicI to mza1ke the slippers. A new lot just received.
tiPORTI' ('APS ad Seacarfs to matchli. suitable fI' Christ
*1. maIs gifts.
\ 1)1 ' ti'EN'F K VA in ii i newest and most artistie de
/ .-f ns, inl broadeloth 111ad org1ndie.
CO1LLAR AN) CIvl' SETS.
1- '4 ,,NIW SILK 11081 'for lIadie.s, in ianeiy stripes. 50 to
$1.00 per pair.
r ,0 8 foI')Vl:t r mefur n Wn., womlien and chiiren. all1 sizes.
1,.,AI)1I S SI L I( ill IUTWA IS''S. from $1.00 ll)p.
Id .\ MEN'S SOCKS inl Christmas boxes, in all the leading
colors. See them before bnying.
SHOP EARLY AND GET THE BEST CHOICE
Do Not Overlook Our Splendid Values In Fall Merchandise
o1' no other remedy that we can re
coinmend more highly than
The burning and itching is quickly
stopped and relief results by persist
rrtly using it. Sold only by us, 50c
l-ure!m lrug 'o.. ILaurens and Watts
Notice of Lost Stock.
To all whom it miay conern:
Tbis is to cerify that I have and
own two slaros of stoek in The lau
rens 'Trust Company of Laurelis, sar a
being original certificate No. 146 and
that said certifleate has been lost or
destroyed and I desire a new certificate
of stock to be issued to m1e in place of
You are further notifned that. I shall
make applicat ion to the said Laurens
Trust Company at its offlce for issu
lance of such certificate on the 28th
* day of December, 1916.
JOHN WELLS TODD, JR.
Dated this 22nd day of November, 1916.
Tity your boy a Wagon. We have
all sizes and the prices are very low.
S. M. & E. if. VIlLKEs & CO.
Take notice that on the 9th day of
December, 1916, I will render a final
account of my acts and doings as Ad
ministrator of the estate of P. R.
Moore, deceased, in the office of
the Judge of Probate of Laurens
County, at 11 o'clock a. in., and
on the same day will apply for a final
discharge from my trusts as Adminis
Any person indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against Said estate will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever barred.
Nov. 8, 1916.-1 mo.
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls an swered any hours, dayornigh.
Ten-ce:3, Ice r g r
GRAY COURT S. C.