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Mrs. 4phn MarshalI, of Greenwood,
is sponding some time with her par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. -W. 1t. Dial.
Miss Ruth McAltitor, who is attend
ing Winthrop spent the week-end in
the city with lier parents.
Mrs. J. . Ainter, of Sedalia, has
been the guest of ir. and Mrs. L. P.
Afinter for a fow days.
Mr. Robert Sexton, who is now rc
siding in Greenville, spent Sunday in
the city with relatives.
Miss Lilla Toddl has returned home
after a pleasant visit to friends In Co
iessrs eci ltoper. erliert Sell I
van and LIauerens l'hilPot of Clemson,
spent the week-end in the city with
Miss Alary \Vhittaker of Charleston,
who has been visiting 'Miss Kathleen
Wilkes for a few (lays, returned home
Miss Alpha Bolt, who is attending
Voker College, spent, the week-enid in
the city with her parents, Mr. and
Mirs. J. Warren Bolt.
Mr. and 'Mrs. W. J. Sloan, of Ander
sion, have been visiting relatives in
tile county for several dlays and were
Iin Lairens Monday.
Mris. P". 0. Anderson has retirned
from tle hospital at. Galnesville, Ga.,
where sheI underwent ai operation
several Weeks ago.
10iss N ne .\loore, daunghIter of Nir.
V. II. .\Ioore, has go ' to (iarnett,
lin lialinptonl couttly. whlere hehs aw
fcepted a posillonl a: school 14teher.
IlIgh Aiken, accompanild by Iwo of
his collepgr friends. Alessrs Wilson and
Love, spent the week-eid lin tihe city
with his parents. Dr ind .\rs. 11. K.
Messrs Grover and lIart, lichey, ae
tompanied by. tlieir friend, AIr. Alar
tin, of Caip Sevier, spent Sunday in
the city with i\r. and \lrs. W. It.
Air.I !rold C. Sinitih returned to the
city Monday from New Orleans and
will leave again the latt'er.part of the
week for 'New York to be away for
several days on business.
Nil's. l'ann icv Bullock, mot her of M'.
Robert L. Waker, iL very sick at her
hone in lie easten section of the
city. On account of her advanced age
little Ihope is enIerai'lI ned for her re
mirs. Lizzie .\nssey and niece, Mrs.
I'. W. Caiie. ariii .ved in tlhe city last
week from iliendersonville and will
make thei' home' this winter witi the
laitter 's nisteri, Mliss 1'i'ances 'Tham~ies
at the Glkerson lonse.
Alrs. It. 1'. It. Bentz, .irs. Jackson,
Iiss ientz anil .\I. La Itocic lentz.
all of (reenitville iiotored down from
Gree'nville yesterday to visit. Ni's.
Slentz's dautghtici., .I\'s. Y. S. Gitker
Air. It. C. ItohR reti rned Sunday
from Halt imore, where lie had been
muchli of the time since tihe funeral of
his wife. lie was accompanied home
Iy his sist'ir .s. 1' .8. llman, who
will remain withl hi m foi' seine time.
vesterd' ay a ft ernoon at hei' home on
West .\nain strmeet in hionor' of1 one of
the' re'nlt bide~ts NIirs. Y. S. Gilker
son. Itoo~k anil other gamnes were
pilayveid a fteri wichm a deilihtfulI salad
('ours4 wias servedl.
Niri. S. M1. MteCravy ,'if Lexington
connI , thle oldlest bherlit of NIir. C. W.
'\ceiravty, has been spendIng sever'al
days in the city with the latter'. Nir'.
NIl<' iavy has bieen slainog hands withI
ninny of' hiis old( friends who are glad
to See hinm.
NIlias IDorolhy Anugie, formertiy a'
niurise in the Juian i'rby Naritar'iumn
heic, anid lieri sisteri, .\ iss Nmararei'
Anit'l. whlo have bieni in Spartanhurg
for some' Iime, c leave thlis we'ek for'
1I()chiester c.\NIinn., to take spiafl work
undier the MAayo brothler's.
NIir. ai nt .\t's. IOnl'ont (;ii~ uerry, of
Greienvill'. slet Sundady ini the city
as guests of .\ t'. and NI is. A. 8. l'aster'
biy. NI\in. ( lt'i'y wtas at oine tIinme on
neceed with th le electri 'l('Igh dtepiartt
menit in this ('ity aiid Is now an elce
Icdal coot ractor In Grieenville.
Ni i. liarry Jennitngs, gener'al man
ageri oif thei'niiion- lheffalo N itlls, of liin
ing,, acc'(omp tanliedI by severa Io(f is
forimniii niotor'ed to Lauirens Nionday
to inspect special machinery in the
Watts AlIlls similar' to miachilner'y be
lng installed at the lin~on plant.
Mr. Tr. J. MleAtister, of the Davis
Roper Company, is in the northern
markets, thIs being his second tr'ip of
the fall, beIng necessitJated by the
heavy fall trade. Ie expecta to re
tern the latlt'r pat't of the week.
Miss Janye C. Garhington has beon
arppointed 'Townshtp OrganIzer for
flunte' rTowvnship., Alt schools in this
townchtip can have het' efficient help
in orgaint'zlng a iturr.l School Improve
ment Associatton. It is hoped that
they witll-.avati t!-etmiel' en of this op
Laiurens Public Library.
Thie 'isaurens public library will be
open from 3:30 till 5i on Tuesday and
Mrs. W. 11. 'Clnkseales was hostess
to the Wednesday Club on October
2.ith. 'The subject for the afternoon
was thre Southern novelists, Thomas
Nelson Page, John Fox and Francis
Hopkinson Smith. Mrs. James H.
SIullivan read ai paper giving a life
history of these Writers. Aliss Frances
h'liaites gave aln (enjoyable comprehen
sive sketch of "Rted Rock" by Thomas
Nelson Page. Airs. George .alle in
terestingly told the beautiful love story
of John Fox's mountaineer book,
"Trail of the 'loesoime 1 Pine." Ai's.
L ama Smith read a recent Story of
i"ox'S-. -"The Compact of Christopher".
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in ionor of Mrs. Vilkerson.
Among one of the largest social
ui'lid onls of the season was tihe recep
tion tendered on Thursday afternoon
by Airs. iW. i1. Gilkerson and Aiss
Annie (ilkersop in honor of Airs.
Yancy Glilkerson, a recent bride. The
Calling hours were from four to six
o'clock. The house was suitably ar
ranged for entertaining the large
nuimiher of guests who called during
the afternoon. The w'hole loweir
floor was thrown (in suite and was
gracefully decorated with lIrge wilite
ad yellow ch rysant henim is and
lerniis. In the pulch bowl rooimi beai ti
tifuI pink an(i while roses were used.
I1asterI lilly 1,ancaster opened IIe
doo' foir thbe guests anid 1t1ey were
welcoied by Alesdaimes It. 1. .ones.
W. if. Anderson and It. 1'. Copeland.
.\liss Frances 'T'haiies pested thei
to Ole i'eceliving line, wiicl was com.
posed of Airs. W. 11. Gilkerson, .\liss
Annie Gilkerson, .l's. Yancy Gilker
Son], Alrs. .\arvin Wolff, another re
ceiit bride, Mesdaies Sherra rd, W. C.
Ianeaster, mr'i.s. and .\tis Sher rard.
.lesdaies .1. 1I. i paney and It. I'.
II ugles invited the guests into the
dining room where delIlions ''am
and cake were served by Mlisses I tai'
riott . Ilutgles and \lar1y lep-. .\Mrs.
Clinksales and Miss Willie hlones pre
sided at the 1,aIle anl were assist ed by
Alesdaimes I. K. Aiken and laaw'enice
Nabors. They w(r th0len iviI'ted to
IIe punch bowl by Alesda mes Frank
Caine ,t. Vance Irby, .ames Dlunklin,
\lisses I1lizabeth Shell and Al leene
Fianks served rcfreshiniug frii1uh pluniclh
and they were assisted by .l isss Sue
Dean and bint .tones. During the
afWtrnioon Aliss Carol Roper r iiered
luite' a number of beautiful instru
men t:cl selectIons.
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Tie following inivitation of intcrest
has been issuled:
Mirs. Frank I. C'ine
Wednledlay. October thlie thirty-first
Pour to Six
l'iioiee. Oct. 29). --Miss Mli'iam 11cm
breec anid Al r. Algig e Wahlre'p, of' inar
'lDnoi'ee, were hapipily mai'riedl Sa tiii
daiy at the .\l. l-:. liarsonage ini lanuren'is
by Iter'. Mli. la iiry, thle only witniesses
being Mir. and :\irs. L~. M. 11ill, .\l
.tohli1till. 'The brii'El is the attr'activ'e
datthliter of .\li'. and Mr is. ('. C. Item
br'ee, a well k nownm fa rmei' of near)
('ross Aiichri. Thle gi'oomi is thle son
of Mi'. and l irs. A. F. Waldi'ep, a v'ery'
1popul ari anld indudstrlious fari'meri. Th'ley
will make thlir hmomie near' lnoree.
The happy1)3 coulde hav'e the best w ishi
es (of thlir many friends for' a long
aind happy lIfe.
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A Icietty huoime weddIng took place
at "Nelnm"' thme bieaut ifuil home of A Mr.
and Mr's. D). Gtenni tieknman. at 10:80
o'clo('k thliis iiornilng, when thiri
daiughiter, Sarah Grai'ce, becamen the
b rIde of D)r. h aymionid liedford Lock
ridge. Only thle two f'aiIles anid a
few intlhinn 'rIilends were pi'eseiit, 'Indl
thle cer'emiony3 wasl per'formied by thle
briide''as tor'. llev'. A. Al. Fi'aseir, D)
D.,, pastor' of the FiIrst Presbyleiani
The house was ai'thstbeaiy dleco'at -
ed wvith palnis, ferns, honey-suckle
anid ros.' amr white chrysanthle.nuuims,
andi Mri'. b'o W. Wons~on had (harge
oIf thle m'inic. "At D~awinig"' aml '"lIe
cause" were suing just befor'e the cei'e
mony by Samuel Lapsley.
The maId of hionor was Miss An
nahI Ruickman, ai 51steri of the bid
and her gown was of grey crene dec
chine with blue embroldery, and she
wore a black Ipidture hiat and~ cri'ed
pInk Killai'ney roses. Little 'Miss
Cornrella Quar'les wearing ruffledl or
gandile, car'ried hite i'ing in the heart
of a ehi'ysantheimum. Dr. Lockidge
had as his best man, IMoser Harold, of
Richmond. The bride was becomIngly
attir'ed in a taIlored suit of brown
cloth ti'immed in fui' with correspond
lng necessories, and her flowei's were
a shiower' bouqluet of bt'ide's roses.
Immediately aftter the wedding D'.
and Mi's. Lockrldge heft for a touii in
theIr automobile, aftero which they wvill
be at homo at Mountain Grove, W. Va
Mi's. 'Lock ridgre is the snend (laugh
ter of Mr. Vnd Mrs. Ruckman and is
well known in chuirch and social eir
Cies. She was educated at the Alary
Italdwin Seminary and for some time
Past she had been pianist for the First
Presby'erlan Sunday school and
member of the choir.
)r. Lockridge Is a son of Dr. and
Mrs. James Bedford 'Lockridge of
Alinnehaha Springs, -W. Va., and Is
widely related in Augusta and High
Among tle out-of-town guesta here
for t( wedding were Mr. and Mrs. .1.
S ..\lacien of Laurens, S. C., AMrs. J.
13. Lockridge of Minnehaha Springs,
-W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. -B. L. Campbell,
of Valley Center, Va., Newton Lock
ridge and Moser Ilerold of (ltichmond,
Julian Lockridge of Al innehaha
Springs, W. Va., Glenn Campbell, of
the University of Va., Miss Annie 1r
Vine of .Mossy Creek, Mrs. M. 14. Ruck
man of Bridgewater, l. and Mrs. It.
P1. 1tell. of Paiiassus, Miss Ruth
Dlies of 1 lossy Creek, and Miss GCor
gia Lockridge, of .\inunehaha Springs,
W. V.-Staunton (Va.) Leader.
FRANK 111011 NENTENCED.
.Judge Mllauilit (411e Him1 Six Y1eai's
on 31an1iuldautightoer 4 Colilet.ioni.
'The jury in the Case of Ir. Frank
lloyd, Charged with tile iiiIIrder of his
wife brought in a verdict late last Frl
day night of manslaughter. Ills lion
or .Judge Mauldin passed a sentence
of six years in tie State penitentiary
or a like period on the public works
of the counlily on .\lI. ioyd. Messrs
Griier. Park and Nicholson, attorneys
for .\Ir. lloyd, gave notic' of a Imiotion
for a new itrial and failing in this, of
al intentiotn to appeal slating that
I lie procediire was in order to eiable
the defendanlt o lake advanitage of
the oppor'tuiity allowed by law in
such Cases to give bond so that lIe
may visit kindred and enter upioin the
s'ervlce of his sentence in the State
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o to Sundny School Day.
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To tile People of Ulurens1 Coutnty:
'T'here is a w'orkl-wide movement
for getting every personi in Sunday
school Nov. the lit, 1917. At this
particilar perilod in oilur natiloln and
stale, this imovemen i sholId appeal to
uts strongly f'roml a1 patriotic stand
point. Nations have stood the le t ,
lid ng permanent iiso'ar as they have
suipported the inlstitiluions wI Iiaki,
fo' a Ilolal aild spirillual Ill of the
)iur'ing the crisis ihr-ouligh Which i\.
no;) w are passing shal wi We forget 1t
Sunday school - ole of oil' primei inl
stituions? The leculiac call. 1h1,. i.
that we shoul d foster and conserve the
force whi is' making for manhood
an11d characler. While we aret pre
paring malerially in Laurens colylily
let us not forget this spiritual pre
paration. After he war. let its have
a strong foun dati u lo lpoll which to
build. Each of us can aihl in this
Jlovement(~I b y alltend1 ig sonic Sitndiay
school1 ntI( Sunday. Will you not1 Al
10end and~ thus miake uts all toel that
we' ar'e par't of a great and vital. ini
It. TI .Wilson, Pies..
L aur ens 'outt iy Sutnday Schools.
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'Thle ltock lIrIidg(e i tral1 School As
Moion 1 hld its regula r month lly
meeo tig oin ' Tursday, Octobet' 25thI. at
thle anchool1 house. At thiis meetinug, lihe
thle th ie prie('edlIing Satu riday was
Imade(. 'Thle a ssociatlion miadle :1.:!5
from thle proceeds of the fair. Some of
this was set aside to buy mnoure tilack -
Th'lere werie ablonut 12 liersonis pres
(eit. \Miss Annie Workmati 1(old the
assiationl ho11 w to makhe till s('hool
anil thle honme' work I oget hor for h'et
t'r thitgs In the school atnd ('(tilmunti
Ity. Shev told1 w hat a fair' miigt meani
to1 the coummuilty iti hetter' home life,
atnd gave suggest ions fot' prtograms11
antd for makI ig mioney.
Tlh is ('ommunit111y hteld its flt'th an
inal fair on Satuinrday3 Octoberi 20th1.
'the exhibits consisted1 of vegetables,
fancy work, 'lain sewitig, ff'uits, enn11
ned goods, preservIes, jellies, frutit jule
es, curios, alnd thie school wor'k. There
was a large crowd in iitltndance, somle
lt'rom Clinton andl from LaurensB. A
baribecue dinnter' was sold and over $70
t1'ade frmm that. 'Dri. Bean and( Mt's.
A rthuri Copeland from Clinton talked
oin the Rled Cross work and organlized
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meets with the gr
viceable, yet light
No Up-to-date ho:
Thellre -Ire ehdk
louniges, tables,, wi
a hunidred and onie
Finiished in so:
grades of cr-eton, t
TEX gives style to
carpets, etc., becuL
We want you t(
Jection of KA LTE
env Firm II ou ill
ltoyd & Coldina,. [Inc.. is the vy
of, a new nlliranltilf. firml wich- hla.
.ils[ bveen inceorporatedI by% the svere-.
lary of, slate and14 wh*ichI ha,1- openeod
for hiusinles sal thw foriller statid of
try :on &. (lolinlg. The firml is coin
peo -f (1 .1. 1'. Rloyd and .1. A\. (loiding,
h0o1h Vexperien1Ced busines men'l. .\11'.
(;obling wentl to A11lant1 a hst wiek
whr ebugtalre lc hc
wil erel nisedfomtmeL tm
asth busnes julls
.\r 0 ' \iir w o w s i e
York ast eek n a uyin lou. ha
t he g od fot uneof w t nes it - i
laihrly oanparae troug th
ste t'f h \ :to o. Th ua d
ardewa meet fith tig grits
"taksuedon Uth -wete front
anluh ounhis, teu ltry forvs
in ronoingth Finihed ll Se.
arae whch e i no etogh he
throg pss. r .\ivnes stte toa
TONGUE of COALTED
ittle ie r ndi(('D t hoels.i' vlzlm 1
A ise xaie liitd a save s ik V.hih(
himorrow. Chsiidenju5 simps. wlno
hol l, ' w hii becom ein Whd pD Nwit
wae li t g ti ii h i ng Wi ,DMii tiimalh
Ist o ati thi Ile 3I'ngue,(1 .\'l l r'i ica t-ll
OfdIlo i o c ielis Di litlei t o s, li e v-lls
heartily, fuillS ofs co~ld haisirg 11hroat
oru hanyi oiher hilIdren's Iilnnt Dguie
a t'ieaonfulD1. ofIi "Calio li Syrup (if
JJiDgs" thn don't woryi cue IIitisi
perfueily hqlile, and li ~(5Di aifew
hou l l thig s DonIhsitdiD' oin su
bileDOiOII Dnd lireti astei'D Ill sent.
mov'~e outih of te howcDhiii', ndoug have
atooe ro' ty fuild~ a ing thruh
thrngd plasing Mis oin tes ltat
I ie nics 11arv.1 lIi ashouh ie Ne orst
treatmentlit given hini anyei .ckellgsis.
Iforn Syl~iru of Ili 1 w h'ehs ul
1 '(d'ire on for hah!ISD , ch iilrien ofhu ahl
At~ land for gridwr -uipe painly priil
Idonro. thebtld, Look carefully and
Ie thokat I ise by ltheo~ "l~ ifonta
vw orunoD ci ( i o lnnn e s D014
,)wing dernand for strong sanitary and ser
, lasting and beautiful furniture for indoors.
is without at -least one roorn furnished in
ous, elegant KALTEX.
-S, rockers, ,zettiees, davenports, coac, chaise
iting de!!ks, tabourettes, ten wa.-gons,bokrcs
fer1 'and plant stands, waste paper band
other novelties to seket fre:m.
't pleasing colors aCnd upholstered in the best
.ipestry, leather and and imitation lea--ther, KAL
any interior, it sets off other f urniture, draperies,
ise so essentially different in itself.
call at our store and Jook over the extra- fine se
which we are show/7ng at unusually moderatn
E. H. Wilkes& Co.
COMIE TO THE F"AIR
WATCH FOR THE BIG
See the many fine models
we are selling townspeople
and farmers. The b e s t
valued car on the market.
Come around to the garage
next to the Farmers Bond
ed Warehouse and ask for
We Have the Goods
We Want You to Have
DON H. IRWIN, Agent
LAURENS, S. C.