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LAUIENS, S. '., OCT. 21, 1917.
Lookout for Cro.- Hill! Thtu twi's
1'ecord (lin the Red Cros: funl is not
yet forgotten aid it is fors:ing to the
froli With the il.a ry Roid sale.
Bond sale. Nom wv; %vk e have' with
Its the 1111u0 m . air. Ioth are
great eventts that ( 1' th he hom in
mind. Let's make both a success.
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There i.- one. vrnl of; conl-'er'vationl
of resonrees whiob 'he new.spapoers do
not take kindly it and that is in the
tendenicy. of tI]!- wwn.-nitOks ospecial
ly to write on bot bi s of-. ai :0hoet (if
pay-1 to no on bage stock.
tofli- . and - n -W m
wio e. m : :00
liablr o be ak
h : a:. :i -- r(,, we I.h
bit :on 74, 1 - -s
of ouIr So" h1 p 1-1 ry of
o1) fla I:' i nda (,d. t hatI
fit ndIs t o 0; . war. If. how
l'';er 'h . th 1t .1.''
try into :1'- a i bul
ihat 1 ' e i it to a ! -(
It .2' fn - 1 .' t h 2 <. ....n -
heit 4 or .44 I Iquen, e of
bIt! 'o do or for ttg
\s i n r . . - no'io
thle finan -. 1 . , r'ryi'', 444
112. v-a' '' P '''' f . Of a lit
e't'to4 r .( -''' ' a d.p
mene t w le '2. h1) t frOt. If,
hab.10'r to til' of4 .)~ t hen war,'
( nitos help' rl red peing wthe
en 0lC1Olu enOlteales- aen t
joye uts of ita whilne oth. harl
nrteredbyth subscri tihowa we the
long.th week. ari!t d h
at thenaont has shcrihom bwt
hao.t ithof th on and i0 a addi-.-ne
ton hser Many onela losstes hdue
itdon nrobetrailt : tat i oi (reaso
T h e sodr nt. Dring the are
maendeno till woe':, we thredoern--ha
atioThmae lo. :ha 100.00 en judg
m hre ofamr itien willaranbr. themn
morsee beorte thend tIe thanhavgn
Contdayiond, taertedheo the wtsare
thed turen full allotmen n will be b
Luriescuta sbcie u
shu it fte od potoe
TWO INTERlEl'.TING ADDIESSES
BEEFORE SERVICE LEA-1MIl
SIak on StIbjects of Timely In
The Wmomtan's Service League hel
a very ilterestin ilig meetting Oil 1or
day afternoon, Oct. 22. at the work
room11. The speakers for the aftet
noon were Mr. A. C. Todd, who gav
a splendid talk on "Why and llow% IV
Shou ld Buny Liberty londs." and DI
I Iuh1ei1s who took up the all-importar
iquestion of food conservation. Blot
of these addresses were able talks an
thoroughly appreciated by all piresen
.\M rs. W. It. Dial, Mrs. Bennett, an
Mrs. Teague bought liberty bonds an
several who had not signed the con
servation cards, did so and receive
t heir badges.
The work rooim, whtich Is the vacan
stor'e between the hotel and Powe'
dru store. will be used as a rest roo
ott fair day. Ladies of the count
may come liere and meet the member
of their families and serve lunch. A
this same si tand mnmbers of the lea
uE( willl sell ice cream and disjpla
I i Cioss artiies. Tle work roon
open cv(ery Tuesday from four tt
s and all the ladies of the town an
( ''it " 11re inviled to come and joi1
1-; in this good work.
Mirs. 1R. F. Fleming.
alw'nParty at. Ilarkisdale.
t4'.n partywill be given a
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1 pin i p ir of ,a
ears !d./a ol r n n 1e - a
O in. , 4 . ( . i n i : .I .
Spee d I::m urgihy fr:- d : I
o un bo . it ur\ 4 .\ vr4~
''h i.o [4e:4' at ('inn S.('
\Vills. I *.. I Ii
I . ('sh n i f,4j -'r ~(I d sire. (i
ii I. Iipsonville, S. (' lW, :2
onition~ at(a b rg i 1 -:xcellent I44 '41 1
ttor 14I a le ' t ie l .4a14sen-wr Il Pa
:' ...44\\'t.(1i.'I4 (i. (:i
44 N rt Ila.e stree411 and .\)4 1o
4r1am le Isu e s S. l'. pi 11 -51-1 ~l
or Sa111 - b evera4'l~l1 desirable sub
\ I . Ie'rv and lwrdsSor.N
i[dlth iie " t e bu real ette! eet
P. .\,,'tinIer. 441' s c 1 1 -- t-o
:41-V1grade ofC ble ot sexes.T Aldress
!.ailumbet, \444 ro4 Shoas. I 1-. D.
from Clinton an li ne mileI from4('! e Ie
no V~.. Abut:. a1r4s oplen fors eliv
Sion.1 Tharee tnat hoees. A( tosma
branht' Sad orein (aimbe o it
phe . Aloil Inosty1(10: iandy with cuni
r4ed * ay. '4art not4 ren1ted~ this yea
benee'( grown upi in wveeds a nd on]
needs1 culiti vatinug and buildi11n g upj. \VI
(lell aIt a su rrsingly low price, an
041 easy5 terms; 0r will rent for' ion
timell on reasonale termi~s.
Address 15. I,. Jones, 1aaurens, S. I
Take notice that on the 26th day
November ,1917, we will render a -f11m
account of our acts and doIngs as It
(e:ulOrki of the estate or WIllIam -
P'attersotn, deceased. In the ofilee<
the .Judge of Pr4obate of 141a4ret~ '4our
ty, at 11 o'clock, a. m. nd on le0 satir
daiy will apptIly for) a Mi4lna I f char1 t'
from4 044r t rust as I~xe~chtOr .
'y "Yerso5(n Indebted Vsaid e'sta
1s not)1ified and requtiredl to mnake paa
4441nt 04n that dlate: and all Jperlsor
having claIms agairist said estate wi
presenlt thenm on or before saidl dat,
unhIly liroveni or be forevier barrted.
.\. I,. PAl T' fICIION,
Oct. ?1, 1172.-i mn.
before'the ceremony, Mrs. T. W. Jack
son at the piano. Several charming
solos by Mrs. James Mock, in clear,
Sweet soprano, were enjoyed. The in
spiring strains of the Bridal Chorus
froin "Ilchengrin" heralded the ap
proach of the wedding party. An aisle
was formed with white ribbons held
by little Miss Charlotte O'Brien, a
dainty maid in a berufiled white lin
gere frock, and Master G. C. Thomas,
a handsome little lad in'an all-white
As naid of hionor to her sister, Miss I
Mabel Hinshaw wore a becoming
gown of satin in turquoise blue, fash
ioned along simple lines, and carried
an armful of pink Killarney roses.
Master Roy Hinshaw, the attractive
little son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hin
shaw, was ring bearer for his aunt,
carrying the ring in the heart of a
The bridegroom, attended by Mr. Al
bert Teague, of Laurens, met his bride
at the altar. the latter being given in
marriage by her brother, Mr. Hugh
linshaw. She was very handsome in
her modish traveling suit of soft brown
1loth, which was fur-trimmed and dis
tinctly becoming as were also the cor
resImonding accessories. She carried
an arm bouquet of bride's roses.
lPollowing the marriage a delicious
(mtrse of refreshments was served in
the prottily decorated dinirg-room.
white aid gol(d being the chosen color
nIe!v here. In the centor of the table
a big limsket wats Ibrimmning with .int
mari:Iflohl; anid smsilax. the hiandlle he
ilg gracefully tied With white Imaline's
I*'minr similar baiskets of smaller si:'.e
ftihtlr alor!ned the tahle, while a
u:!ib of goldll mlarigolds haniked
n'n t IIon hiffet.
II the gift roomiR an artistic arrang
i: w, brihtly colored co:snos made
Sdlih1 tfn! selling for the splendid
aray of wedldinfg gifts. in silver, cut
i hina. etc.
'l C"'orrow evenin g lr. N\olff's sis
r will entta!tin at a dinner party for
the bri(le and groom at her home in
A\l1Og th gue(st at lhe weddina
.;1'o - distanc worn .Miss Estelle liil
()I ,t N'-ion: .\r. lIngh Iinshaw.
(f .\sheville: \liss \'oel, or Indiana;
\liss IHtssi (revs anud 'ir. Albert
T''v (, 4. !anrens. S. C.
Thimilsonl-,olh ist onle.
. i''' ind h: r of .\ I s I -S.; L ila I .
ThOn % e, r inteirt d in lith IIn
:l1 "'"'nent-?1 !.f h( r marriage Thur11s
I') t .\11. .l h s n ,of lionst on,. Tex.,
h iariag. !:' einig taken llce in
ew York in the IpreCsenee of a few
iir tRe frienh:. inelndiig .\-s. Cora
C . aS, (if 'hi.; city. Th brlide had
ni (11lac her several year;s ago
h!- h n freuen11t43i Visitor in
n ,i ~ where her talents and cor
tuanner m Iad, her.I mlany auhuirer-s
! fri3nd. i e.'o i'N(\w York hIi e
id'. an o rld n made a bridal I rip to
rt !; .\ii .. anid froi there Weit
' 1 on )ton. thlieir fnittre hIoic.
0 0 0
Neeses. Oct. '10.--- pretty wedding
nf ne h in erestI to thle friends of
b:th 34ariiQ; was that of .\Iss .Aabel
- inmet:' and Georg(' Frank 1,ittle of
I taurenls, wich took lilace atl the
i 1 fer thle ceremony a few ".lose15
. friends anid Relatives were in vited0( to
thle home of 31he bride's pa rents, where
That the purch;
watch is an inves
I Cotton is will sta
35c of this':
a Pound k~eep g~
and I Watche
[Hope of all ki
f You offered
Will and the
Get it er you
_______or the r
'The Reliable Je
[ Eye Tes
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Mis. .1. McD. Moore entertained thc
. members and a few friends of the
- Wedlnesday I.itery Club on Friday af
ternoon In honor of Mrs. M. S. Me
e Kinnon of Hartsville. Mrs. MeKinnon
is the corresponding secretary of the
State Federation of Womiens Clubs.
t Progressive gaies were enjoyed af
ter which an elaborate salad course
was served. The rooms were lovely
with cut (lowers and goldenrod.
The Wediesday Literary Society
Club will meet this afternoon at four
with Mrs. W. H. Clinkscales on Sit
t 0 00
The following invitations to a rc
cetion to one of the recent brides
were issuied this week:
Mrs. William H1. Gilkerson
t Miss Gilkerson
Thlurslday .\fternoon, October 25th
Four to Six O'Clock
Mrs. Yancy Gilkerson.
C'ris 1-:pitcopal Chilreh at Gireen
ville wvs the sene of a beautiful wed
(1g Wednesday evening at 6:30
ocloclk whein Miss Ilarriett lrailsford
I 'otz neaie the bride of Mr. Yaney
. Cleroll ct La urent'. A rtistie dIe(ol( rI
il. in while ad 1r' eni made an at
i ll tin fl.1 \' l L . ' ets
rnd aE i b i e .1 ..7 \-. . . .1nt
an 0 . .\nderson ;.-ted s n
h i the
la r Thon enime ma: te ily no n
rryig a argewhite rose, inl
a : b ir "ir. we wore fl
Io o Y wh to n.-I dfress., hv pink rihl
Tebrid( ('nterecd on the . arm
h % rr ; -roI
M. -\ . 1'. W ,,..: on a
h ho lle thei Thvil i
. f i tY
brib 1 %;
The,,i W\oedndlia (so Ace
Th.' Wel(OEldiy il.h~ limi \lrsI
it , t ! 11:.' h(if e 1an101 tio aro
Mrs Ilamar SmIih )I ad Il in : ~
. i-i!'t "Wii nwni lint War f Ancien
iien .\ltijui. W.i lSIlmes wro11te mhi
"Thone Partioen tofg 1op 1)1av
Takeni(( in the Praseint~lhh W . i ti
'lsOwiit d aI il n t h'~ei' wr k haa)r.
:Ap Io atl the rseulnt le bhy v ar..I
i!.n tne olne the mensioi ' whs at
r.age I bh< e .\r. I. ldla .I liekinr?
d dwaltw the " ibehr o:nfthe Wornn
M.r.ne any~ wys. in r.which Ami( em
d haomen enn "doC~ thirVI bti-t. ln
A . li.enl discusrsio i n l b r.I
flO. .loestion he tnto "treet Tuf
ragt4~e Irtlpe orin ee the 'iwtWaIyS ri
d watlhed last the on the pridea:
g er h li shW(iI-Hinsha lt t
1Mr. and Mrs. Wdi.i M. Wolf, how, b
1'hpel marriae ins Wsnltniaem, .
~ t'.. bri's hnomda heran rrirod ith
51i1taseterul seotn had eeon andanr
nowCI ieidon thherlr thut steet.f th
loweding nywunte blosseir wern
arraged in tahe Twivn vases whnil
rauble not te ogener. Ohn brde
C. ie the jprestywne .radiveen neta
et hof wndiatew ososan dindt, thrn
, therthanlesinehawidth daug f hit
Mr. andes its Wias hM. ha tlnhew bri
and grotefu woetinehd ben arrang
by d.v In . the parorte.eeft
Ad theaptty whogra a greeret
couple slipped away in their car for
Columbia, where they left on a north
bound train for New York and other
Cotton on the local market was
bringing 27 3-4 cents yesterday. The
market has been rather unsteady for
the past week, but no prolonged down
ward tendency has beei observed.
Coisiderable cotton is being sold and
some stored in the warehouses.
Or. R. C. R(eed of the Theological
Seminary at Columbia, preached two
timely, practical and interesting ser
mons at the First Presbyterian church
Sunday. A congregational meeting
has been called for next Sunday, Oct.
28th for the purpose of calling a pas
tot for this congregation. On that day
the pllit will be filled by Dr. Thorm
totn Whiling of Columbia.
Pursuanit to a commilissioni issted y
W. Banks Dove, Secretary of State, to
the undersigned as a board of cor
porators for Boyd & Golding, Incor
Porated, 'books of subs tiIon to the
capital stock of said e npany.ill be
ollened oi the 25th (I ' of October,
1917. at Boyd & C I d g's Store,
.\founitville, K. C.
J1. 1'. 1 1- 1),
.1. A. GO DNG,
. Board of K'orporators.
October 22, Itl7. 1.1-11
SU'MM3ONS FORt RELIEF.
ircer S. BHailey and Williamn .1. Kailey%
:I.- rt; r inl Bl.hiiness un1der the
filii naine11 of .\l. S. BUni!vy & Soil,
Crla ook Smaall, C. .\. Ntd Pino
;1nd(1 Organl) Cottpany aId the 111u
r n h ili n tL a s t
To the defentdanits above inmed:
You alre he-.'l ,1Y Mtulnunone.d and]re
tititeid t1anwer the cotpililn in the
.h ~ sint dI action. \ Iich was tiled in
tl'' olien of tI le ('lrk of Court of Com
mont Pleas for tlt Comity of Laurents
in te Stat of "oth Calrolila, onl thle
firt' day of Octo 117i , a d ;o ser've
't Iopy 0r your (.1we to Ohe saidl com
plalit oil thie su-i tt hi; ollice' itn
Ohw In rMit National l'ank liil
ini . Lauen wo th Cao n .withinl
tw--nty, dat.;a frloin the seri. h-rof.,
-xcltsive 4)f the d."y- of such service
:.! )I you il to answer thm nwilcca it
w!ithin Owh' t ime a'cresabl, the I 'in
11ffs" inl thi:; aeltin ll ap l 1o !11e
roni- for the reclief, deo.1taa dd in: 1h"
ompI lin t.
'. 1'. . t o '.N
C'. C. C. P. I,. . .
ise of that long de
atment that should 12
ne is ripe to invest in a wa
nd by you in all future
r rich or lean, "Salt dowi
'ear's ea nings in a watch
>od time! all during life.
~s, clock , silverware and
nds an of gyafranteed qui
you. st alu es for your
same cc dteous treatment,
buy the highest priced di
nost modest gift.
ge of full stocks a
ed & Glasse0 Ft++~1
Is exceedingly sparing of fuel
and because of light weight. ia
surprisingly easy on tires; for
comfort and service it is one of
the best ears for te money. For
Oakland ('ars an Supplies, qee
me before you uy, as I .bave
the agency for ;aurens. County
and will be glaji to perve you.
Laurene, S. C.
. J 1 taNN a
I , ': Ie o vs pcfect
isLe. Peec acc <
Enamel ics n4ts vwear,
Shows no1ar and
for yeairs and is easily
cleaned withi soaxp and
Ask for FREE, booklot "The
Podern Mlethod of Flinilshing%
L.au r ens Hardware Co.
de &c Granite Co.
"IjllI i;TES IN STONP4 I
is a.beautiful little booklet
which will toll y umn1h g
1.~ linns. Af1C
RALIGH -t(Cl -I -. C
>e ma d e th1 .is year. i
CI.1a someso E arly
ha wilk for ok.t he
mohin e h of thesil~
amoc'nd of Ge~oodsPni
nd mae yordw ro
urens .It, St C.