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Miss Marie P hilpot left last, week
for Alorganton, N. C., where she will
teachhthe present school session.
Aliss Pearl Clardy left last week for
Orangeburg, where she will leach
again for another year.
Mi. Jac.k McCravy leaves next Mon
day for Chicago, Ill., where he will un
dergo treatment at a large sanitarium.
Mrs. C. 1'. Watkins and child, of Co
luniblia spent the week-end in Lau
rens with her parents, Mir. and Mirs.
W. M. IHlinson.
Miss Emma Cooper leaves today for
Miami, Fla., where she has accepted
a position as teacher of Eanglish in the
high schools of that city.
AMrs. .1. L. Killian, of Greenville,
spent. the week-end in the city with
\ir. and Mrs. C. D. Aloseliy on her way
to Arkansas to visit her daughter.
l r. Frank Rogers, cashier of the
First National 'Bank, of Spartanburg,
spent the week-end with his relatives,
Mr. and Mrs. J. If. Sullivan.
Mrs. Il. W. Kennedy and children of
Spartanburg, have been spending a
few days with i Mr. and Mrs. T. i.
AlIss Sue l)ean returned home yes
terday after spending a two weks' v:.
cation with relatives in G reenville
The Royal Arch degree was confer
r.L Monday n ight onl Mr. .John1 Iienry
Nance, of Cross 11111, and Ar. R. C.
Sillpson), of Cinton, by Ile local ha
Te ri'lends of M.\l. . loh n Snmith, who
has beeln sick for several weeks, will
be glad to know tha,1t Ie is ituproving
and Iais been able to sIt tip tor' thle
past sevral days.
Dr. RV. II. Aloseley, who is 0aso5sciaed
with the Baplist Alissiont Board in ('it
ha. accompanied by his wiife, has beln
visiting htis brot he: . .i-. C. D. .loseley
for. several days. lie is on lis way to
New \'ork on blutiness al will b ae
(onipan)ied by .Al '. C. 1). .\losly.
'Ihie Greenville )ally News carr'ied
anl le'iet yesterlday to thle effect that
.John Finkleiller hald enlisted in the
navy. .\li. Fiinkheinir is the .on of
Sttpt. Finklelieir, cf the Laiurtens ('iss
Works, and wNill make t'nt'le Sai a
Mr. and .\l's. .1. L. Malaffey, Jr., who
have been living in cliarlotti' for the
past two years, arrived in Ihe city last
weck to 11aki tIhis their hom e. I. r.
Malhafey will Ile with his brotler, .\l r.
A. L. .\lahaffo' in the grocery husiness.
.\lr. and 1Alr;. G. L,. Itoler son and
Mrs. 0. F. 1Hopp, of Gray Cotrt, werel'
in the city shopping Friday. Mr. Rob
ertson dropped into The Advertiser of
flee for a short while and related some
interesting expelic1ces of his sonl,
Marvin Robertson, Wh1o is In tainin
for file aviation service at l'ensacola,
Fla. h'lie many friends of the latt'er
will be glad to learn tha t he is making
a fine record in ite aviation service
and is anxious to go over to Franc'e to
hell) the flyers ther lIe.
M< v. and .\I's. 1'. 1). is.;s, of I lovbuc
iass-cd through the tl .\I lna otn
thirt wayit3 to) (linton to visit relaitives
for a few ~ diays. -I e'. . Itass is a native
of this ('ounity and married a M\iss
IUlaklyl, of Orca, ;'o they ate bothi well
kntown ini Ihis ('ounity. TIhey wetre ae
dompnied~ic Ott their trip by~ Altrs. .1. 1..
F~oster', of lloebuc'k, and .M!rt. Ibnite!,
(If Spatanhnrgt andth wvere tr:aveling by
Mliss C'arolitni Fl'tming, while on htetr
way' to (hitcora College last W\ednes
dlay, hadu itt at tack (of applenici(it is and
had to be ruishedl to the hospital for
an opmerat ion ont rea'ching ('olituia.
She passedl sa fely thIiroitght the ordeal
and-c is tnow (conva'lesclig. She wvill i'e
Strn htomte for a few weeks uint ii she
regains stufileient sItrengtht to take til
her studies again.
(AEliAN AlITILLiLtY IIUSY.
C'onsliderablIe Actitity Shownv~ In lie
glen of Vptres.
Londlon, Sept. 23.-Considerable ae
tivity was shown last night by Gher- I
man artillery in the Ypres sector' of
thte Belgian front, whtere the Urltish I
have been conductIng an offensive, thle
wvar office anntounced today. On the
Sommec front Scottish tr'oops r'alild
the Teuten trenches near' Gotizea
court, destroyitg dugouts and killing
ITALIANS ADVANCE LINES.
Cadorna's Army Moves Forward on
Rome, Sept. 23.--Gen. Cordona's e
forces made progress last night ait
eoveral points on the Julian battle
front, In the Bainslzza phateau thte
Altstrians after violent artillery prep
arations .rehpeatedly attacked the Ital
ian positions in the region of Kal and t
west of Volnik 'but wore repulsed.
Wa-ted It Loose
One day when little Charles, threet
years old, was restless, his grandta
ther took hIm on his knees and gave
hi\ watch to Charles to play with.
After tugging and pulling at the stent
of the watch for somec time he finally
maid: "Grandpa, unbutton~ it."
AMON(G LAUIENS (OUN ' FoI,jI
"Dic" (reneer (loes into Eesta-le
Over 1 Short "Sell" Spent in thi
State Ilf Laures,413 3lost Ail-rolil
Lovely (is ill 1he ol, ie ii gs.
Colonel Hiclhard if. Greneker, "Cit
News ldittor" of the Newberry llerah
and News, has aga in been browsin:
around in lAurels county pastures, am
will' be seen by the following "Leview,
of his expcriences In the last issue o!
the said pa per:
''Across the country trom the ol(
Parks station, about three mlhus t(
the i )hospitable home of \Ir. W. F
Wright, was where the re orr foun(
1 hmself last Sat u rday afternoon onw
we; ago, ani whiere he spent u
week, filled with rest, recreation an
real ife an( leasuire iiat he coul(
not find it convelient to visit tihe city
of ILaurens, much to hiis regret, be
eaui.e of tle friends therhe Ie waiitet
to see--where. haviig lived once h(
will love forever.
"The editor heralded it that his re
porter Went to the country to Cal
fried chicken, but fihe editor didn't
know about 'possum and other things
The reporter knew what lie was do
ing. Ihe didn't have the hard work o1
Prof. Derrick, Clerk Goggins and ir
MeSwain to do, but lie vaited to gel
away from tle newspaper grind foi
ait least a week, as the rest was need
ed, alt hough he didn't like to leavt
the editor with so much to (10.
" If this reporter were a star girl re
porter lie would say it were a sweel
rest. and a lovely time (which indeec
it was) andi If ie but tol(d the ial
is it actually was Iet would lay him
el f liablo bet iig aecusei of havint
lhe swell head. So lie will not iien
lioll lie sending. of messges inl Ml
lype of watermelols a wo gds
et(., iy ieauitfol crie iturS of fih(
lItt( ilieideits of not dissimilar na
lure. 1101 hoe will r.un1 the ri4%k C11
ntoigthe rnmeby Mrt. Toll,
b'lildlres and his inbore:ting singing 11
udr-'.;Ia oneo ightI. Mlr. Childres.,
Di:s on the organi and sings well
terolmpani(d by a dauglterl and tw<
ois in the fimin and heaat iful sing
ng. They know that this rcportei
loves iuisic and they are willing 1<
ide thri'ouglh the comint ry to play am
lug torl him, for wi' i he return
is unboitnded thanks.
"It is excisabli in a tired news-,;j
leir fellow to ment ion how he (.1n
iiyed these Ilice attentiols t
tow% illspjj-iring It was lo sIt 0n Ilth
orch of nights listeiing to the miiii
;ie of the 'possitmil dogs ill Ilhe l u'4 r
rounding woohtu, to tile aceompai.
ilent of the Ililnainig of the huin1lois
inl looking dowin the st1retches light
,d only by the rays of the planets ani
itars wilthout the fear of being blind.
dI at every tiin by tle iarge gar
%f the auotomilo l Iighs. It was all
"cry pleasanit and hard to leave ani
lie weatlier' (like the waler the boiy
alk aboutl) "was -line". 'Payafe
iani d nii ight after nigit for on.
1tig ~we(k it wa"is restfil to Iakt
t all inl an(d to klowt and feel liaI
t andii not have' to run1 a rum:; <io'wn
it hianks or1 51ome1 othieir iioic of2 a
'e: ing, 0r to ask J1udtge liwarit for
arhiardt, Maie3;imte l)oiilas, (loronli
.indsay, .1 no. It. fla xlir and lt. Y*
.envell I f theiy hiad an nieows, alIls
Sis not aigrieeablle' niw oneOC giets tromi
lie liiidertakers, lint whieii thi'ip iis
mnly one haindl oii the job lie has to
athier it ini from all dlirectionis.
Oh ! t he ir elef of gettIng a way fr'om
I all, if but. for' onie shot w ~eek oi
ittlhe brief hionurs and winuiites in
vich every second couinted. llence
lie reporter believes lie has some
riend~s who wvill share his gladniess
n his beIng able to swVap the busy
'uth of wvrlting for tho easy wvalk
>f looking and listeiuing without
vorklng on at little vacation. No one
mit thie party himself knows what a
ileasuire it Is to get out of going the
'ounds(1 and driagginig the net .n the
iont foir news.
Ihu t-thle "man behinid Ithe pencil
s back again, and as lie got back
nly last Saturiday afternoon late,
*nd the next day being Sunday, and
lie next followving becing M\onday,
nress day, thie only tiime for getting
lilt the lpaper, the reaudeirs of The
[erald and News must certaInly ex
puse him for shortness. Hie Ia ftill,
s lie hadn't struck the town flye
unuites bofore lhe was toldi a hun
Iredh, more oir less thIngs, 'but thiere
vaus not time to got It all tip and pick
Ill the scattered threads of unfinish
d, accumulated and new business
Ie had to take a littlo time to tell
if his trip, a. great deal of which
ould be written wIthout the halt of
ever .beIng told, but all that would
e directly aind p~er~sonalhly Interesting
o (lie repoi'ter mostly, except that It
nay be Interesting to thie 'Newhierry
elatives of i'. Bill Peterson to tell
hem that lie Inuired of them, and
lie Nowberiry county fiends of Mr.
Vess D~onnan, who has a daughter,
hiss Lula Donnani, teaching at WVhitl
nire, willl regret to know that lie is
lown wvithi rheumatismi, from whiceh
te is suffering very niuch., althongh
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The following invitation of great in
terest, not. oily in this state but oth
ers, has been issiued this week:
Mr. and AMrs. .Joseph Ilewlett Sullivan
request the leasure of yotir company
att lie wedding reception
of their daughter
Alr. William -lenry Whitley
oin the evening of Wednesday,
the tenth of October
at .atlf afterl eight o'clock.
lat rens, South Carolina,
An attreetive affair of the week was
aiven by .lMrs. Jamies Iarney on Frl
(lay afternoon when she entertained
for Aliss ,Josle Sullivan with a miscel
laneous shower. The house was love
ly with goldenrod and other early fall
flowers. On entering the guests were
served punch by Miss Anna Belle
Childress and. Mrs. Brooks Clilidress.
Progressive gaies were played, after
which a deligliful ice course was
served by the Misses Childress. The
guests then assembled in one room.
Little Allss Mary lIrooks Iarney was
dr. ssed as a Cupid with a large double
heart attached to lier hack filled with
gifts whic h she gave to the guiest of
.iss Elizabeti h ! entertained tie
iloork cI ub on W lesday aft ernoon.
After severa rotimis of tie gale a
delicious ice (ctourse was served.
\iss I orothy I l1utdgens visiteld-at the
iome of .\i s. n.0- ieegars n i llaris
yille this past wvcek. She will attend
Coker college again this winter, btil
is now at home for a few days on'ac
couit of sicklis..
.\ i Ls tateit(n Wanntu1.amIlaker of
Orai ngeblur1g, is expected oil Moniday
to visit .\liss Ialla .\11e )ial. She 'ilh
ftay throlth the l)ial-M.arslall wed
ding wh ich takes place on the even
il,- of October :,rd.
One of the prettlest anld most ejoy
able parties of he season wa; Ile one
of T rsday a fternoon when Miss
Katlileen Wilkes en1ertained a large
linmbe r of guests i ini hono of .\Miss
1aalla .\lne I)ial. Uorty-Two was eni
.ioyed for a while and after the game;
a1 salad coi'se waS Ser'vedl, the host
ess being a 1sted in servyin g by Aliss
Ilarriet te Simlpsoln and Alks Mary
Wilke's. The hosesS' gift to thoior
;lest was a lovely piere of lingerie.
1i. 1i. Ili.; as Gray has ishied In
ilations to i ca~on (Tmml ,vr- af
r''11oon inl ho10 nor I V:o October britdirs
M i \a iwa ;- tial antd . ;.is- .osio
liva T. Ti0. wil -i e ione of the
Isrs tre b::tloa the tall sealson
W a ire Sihowmii Z.a dmly line
Chii~iens llockers, in woods andi w5I(k
S5. M. & E. -ii. WV I f.iK ES & CO.
whieni the reportfer saw huimi he' w
somtewhlat better. ultr tihe tenderc
anid exrtelenilae ot his; daughteri,
\liss .Jaii 1)onnan, a line trainecd
dutiesu keepi hier at the' hostitat, butI
who is slpendiing her vacat ion ai 1he
hom11e (If tier fathleri. .\lri. I )oiinanl i
very potiula r ini his coiiitiIIy, where
lie Is a niag istrtate, a good aiimi sui(ces-.
fut fa rmer and one of the most liromi
inent and~ teadiing citizens of the
counlty, anld lie has a house foil oif
tine girl s--lIIke unto hiis friendlt and
co-laborer in the good of the commiiuni
Ity and ,su rrounding sect ions, .\lr.
Wl'ill Wright, neither of which men is
a stacker ini an~y respect, inc(luing
Mr. litlI Peterson andi t hey dto hate
a slacker litke Satatn hates a pirayinig
hm, womiiani or childl, andi they are
right. ThliIs wilt bte closed withI the
statemuent that, not going hack on
Newblerry, but, nevertheless and also
notwvit hstanding, taking ini the ciretes
withini whieh these Lauirens county
meni lIve there could not be found In
alt creation a similiar radliuis which
contains, embraces and holds miore
pretty girls to the single home, girls
beautiful in person and characteir,
sweet in dIsposition and unsetfish in
nature, the most all round lovely
girls in theo world.
Full line of 1847 Rogers SIlverware
8. M. & ED. H1. WLKIDS & CO.
Mm1ie. Petrova, the Russiaii actriess
who Is stairring in "'The Undying
Flame" at the Opera flouse Truesday
15 one of tile muost talenitedl atresses
Oil the screen and~ has an envIable In
tornatilonalI repu tatloll on both screen
and stage. The fact that she Is ap
Pearinig ini iple tures0 prloduced by thew
Jiesse IL. Lasky Comnany for Parn
A Car Load of
For Wood or Coal
Priced Remarkably Low
Cold weather will soon be here and it will pay you to come now
and select your heater while our stock is complete. Have it put
up and ready when the cold weather comes.
Delay May Cost You Money
The wholesale price on heaters now is more than our retail
price. If you buy now you get the advantage of this saving. As
we sell out we will have to replenish our stock with the higher
priced goods, and, of course, will have to sell them at much higher
prices than we offer now.
Buy Now and Save Money
S- Me . &EH. WILKES & CW.
EV ENING DRESS
We are headquarters [or men's authoritative
evening dress apparel. Full line of Dress Suits,
Footwear, Shirts, Vests, Gloves, Collars, Ties,
Mufflers and other accessories.
When in doubt as to what to wear, ask us,
whether you wish to buy anything or not. We
make it our business to know.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT
mount, recalls the fact that it was tiate for a contract with her to make
Mr. Lasky who first introduced this her American debut under his manage
great actress to America. A few years ment. Mme. Petrova proved to be a
ago, while Mr. Lasky was making his l)hlenomenal success in the "Follos" RUs.M Y-TISM
customary trip to Europe in search or and later went into vaudeville and at- Will cure Rheumatism, Neuo.
new talent for his "Foloes nrgeres", so appeared in the serious drama. ralgia, Headaches, Cra gp;Colic
he heard of a remarkable young girl oSprans, Bruises U rns, Old
at the Tivoli In London who had cre- The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Head Sores,,Tetter, ,k orm, Ec
ated a sensation )y hler singing, He flecnaunofits tonic and laxative cueet,J,AxA. zema, etc. An f186s0o Anodyne.
attended the performance, was great-- 'r buttero oInt NdiNIea y used internally or externally. 25cJ
aytmesed an poloroa lceded ts nrea- i.nne and does not cause nervousness nor
toins fin head. Remember the full name and
ly iIpressed and p~roceedled to nogo- look for the signature of It. W. GROVE. 30c.-1" 1