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Mr. Yancy Gilkerson spent the week
end in Greenville.
Mrs. John Spratt, of Clinton, visited
friends in the city Friday.
Mr. I. C. Williams, of Sumter. was
a visitor in the city Sunday.
Br. .J. W. Thompson, of Waterloo,
wvan a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mrs. James It. Davis has' returned
after a visit of several days in Green
Mrs. W. H. Moore spent several days
last week in Greenville with her moth
er, airs. !Barre.
W. E. Owens, of Clinton, and .lirs.
Scott visited relatives and friends in
the city Sunday.
Messrs M. B. McCuen and Ed
K~night, of Princeton, were in the city
on business Monday.
Mrs. M. M. Sheppard of Union has
been spending some time here as the
guest of relatives.
Postmaster J. A. Clardy has been
confined to his home for several days
on account of sickness.
Hon. E. P. McCravy, of Easley, was
in the city yesterday renewing ac
quaintences and making new friends.
Miss Otiie Kennedy, of McCormick,
returned home Monday after a pleas
ant vjsit to Mr. anrd Mrs. A. J. Davis.
Mrs. Lamar Smith has retu-ned
from Spartanburg, where she has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. .J. T. Mont
Messrs W. F. Coats, J. O. Coats, Geo.
A. Boozer and M. O. Boozer, of ('ross
11111, were visitors in the city Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. J. Moore Mars, of Ah
beville, spent Sunday in the city with
Mrs. Mars' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
The window sale by the ladies of the
Episcopal church will be held tompr
row in the vacant store next to the
Powe Drug Company.
Messrs. Geo. and Blanton Belk, of
Charlotte, sons of Rev. Geo. W. Belk,
spent Sunday in the city as guests of
Dr. and Mrs. H1. K. Aiken.
Mr. John Gilkerson, who is now lo
,ated at Raleigh, N. 'U., spent the
,veek-end in (he city with his par
mits, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gilkerson.
Mr. Charles Thompson, a student
it the University of South Carolina,
;pent several days here last week with
is father, M\r. I. 1. Thompson. Mir.
I'hompson had the distinction of lead
ing his class during the ilrst teri.
Mr. and M\rs. Z. 11. Traynham of
near the city had as their week-end
,uests, Mrs. Mary S. Allison, Mrs. J.
11. B3aldwin and son, Miss Ora Pow
ers, Miss Maurie Simpson and Mr.
Miss Ada, Senn, of Cross Anchor,
and Mr. llilton Hiembree, of Hobbys
ville, were married at the residence of
Rev. Fairy Thursday morning. The
ceremony was witnessed by Miss
Odessa Hembree and Mr. Nathan Heml
bree, of Enoree, sister and brother
of the groom. The couple will live at
Hobbysville, in Spartanburg county.
A marriage attracting wide interest
over the county was solemnized at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Miller Curry,
in Dials township, Tuesday when their
daughter, liss Beaufort Cu rry, be
came the wife of Mr. Lee Lston led
lock, an energetic young farmer of
that community. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Ml. T. Wharton,
of Fountain inn. Following the mar
i'lage the young couple left for Atlan
ta to spend their honeymoon. loth
'young people are widely connected
in the county and have the best wish
es of their many friends.
Emilnent Specialist Here.
Di. T. A. Williams, probably the
most eminent neurologi t in America,
was in the city last \Vednesday, hav
ing comae down from his home In Bal
tImore in consultation with Dr. Hughes
upon Dr. Hughes' sister, Mrs. Robert
Davis, of Fountain Inn. Mrs. Davis
was here at the time, but has since
returned to her home somewhat Im
proved in health.
At Youngs School.
The ladies of the School JImprove
nent Assoelation of Youngs school
will sell oysters, lunches, candy, etc.,
at the school house on Thursday night
Dec. 1-ih. Proceeds to be used for
school improvemnents. The public is
Our hand-painted China is priced so
low that everyone ean buy.
S. M. & 1.. 11. WI lKNS & CO.
1Death of an lu fanitt.
Te infant child of Nir. and MIs.
lymen laurey died last Tuesday and
the body was carried to Greenville the
following day for interment. The par
ents have the sympathy of the coin
tinnity in their sad bereavement.
Sold Vletrola lin S'mnter County.
The Powe Drug Companay announc
ed the sale of a large Victrola to Mr.
T. P. Sanders, of Ilagood, tit Sumter
county. Mr. Sanders is the father of
'Mr. II. C. Sanders, of this city, and
it was due to him largely that the
sale was made.
Missionaries to Speak.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Dale, returned
missionaries front lexico, will speak
at the A. It. P1. church Sunday after
noon, December 17th, at 3:30 o'clock.
They come to Laurens at the invita
tion of the Yoing People's Christian
1l'nion. A cordial invitalion has been
extended to everyone to attend.
Box Supper at. Pimtt hnto School.
'T'here will be a box sutpper at. Pal
metto school lhouse Friday night, Dec.
15th. 'T'he ptblic is inlvited.
Nowhere in the State will you find
a imore complete line of Holiday
Goods, nor more moderately priced,
than we are showing. We invite you
to call and see them.
S. A1. & E". 11. WI LK ES & CO.
Parcel P'ost Sale Postponed.
The parcel post sale, which wats to
have been held by the ladies of the
Wednesday Club, has been postponed
until after the holidays. Various con
flicts with other public affairs and the
absence of some of the members from
the city caused the postponement.
Set Bookcase Decioisc Recod Cabin ekcase
H AT shall I give for Ghristmas ?
'Thcre are a million things- the gifts that last a lay, the
gifts that are tucked away in closets, the gifts thar are forgotten ' 2
The Gift of Furniture UT
Furniture lasts forever-is forever a reminder of the giver and
forever of service to the recipient. It is forevcr useful and
forever beautiful. of
And it costs no more than the silly little gifts that die. A
dollar or two will buy Furniture here-or many hundreds of
dollars according to what you choose to make it. You are
invited to inspect our Christmas Assortments. You need not
buy-but you will.
Oak or Mahogany ('hihTlorobes $10.'. up
fit ~ -
frm$6.50H . 611 i
Rugs from6Oo Ueed llW ilesero
ArtSquresfrm P76 PrSom $250u
Oak or Mahogany
6iGve a 9skbmWaweke for Christmas