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8. Local and Personal Mention. 8
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Mrs. 4phn Marshall, of Greenwood,
is spending some time with her par
ents, ])r. and Mrs. W. H. Dial.
Miss Ruth McAlistor, who Is attend
Ing Winthrop spent the week-end in
the city with her parents.
Mrs. J. . linter, of Sedalia, has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H'. P.
MfInter for a few days.
Mr. Robert Sexton, who is now re
siding in Greenville, spent Sunday in
the city with relatives.
Miss Lilla Todd has returned home
after a pleasant visit to friends in Co
Messrs Cecil Roper, IHerbert. Sulli
van and iLaurens Philpot of Clemson,
spent the week-end in the city with
miss Mary Whittaker of Charleston,
who hasbeen visiting Miss Kathleen
Wilkes for a few (lays, returned home
Miss Alpha Bolt, who Is attending
Coker College, spent, the week-end in
the city with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Warren Bolt.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sloan, of Ander
son, have been visiting relatives in
tle (ouinty for several days and were
in Lairens Monday.
Mrs. E. 0. Anderson has returned
from the hospital alt Gainesville, Ga.,
where she underwent an opierationi
several weeks ago.
Miss Lucile Moore, daught.' of Mt.
W. It. .\loore, ias gon' to Garneti,
in lampton couly. wihere she has a
cepted a position as school teailer.
Ilutigh Aiken, accompanied by two of
his college friends. Messrs Wilson and
Love, spent tite week-end in the city
with his parents, Dr .and irs. Hi. K.
Messrs Grover and 1art, Richey, ae
tomniied by. their friend, Mr. 3Mar
tin, of Catttp Sevier, spent. Sunday In
tlhe city with Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Mr. larold C. Smtithi returned to the
city Monday from New Orleans and
will leave again the latter.part of the
week for New York to le away for
several days ont business.
Mrs. Fannie -Bullock, mother of Mir.
Robert L. Walker, is very sick at her
hoie in tle eastern section of the
city. On C ot of her advanced age
little hope is enteritained for her re
1's. IizzIe AMassey and niece, Mrs.
E. W. Ca ine. arrived in the city last
week front lltndersonlville an1tid will
make 1teit h. tie tiis winter witi tie
latter's sister .\iiss herances Thames
at thV GilkersonI 1 house.
.\lris. 11. 2. IH. IBentz,s. iS Jac(kson.
Miss ilont,z and Mi. La Itoebe lltIz,
all of Greenville iitote(Id owit froitm
Greenville yester .'dyI\ to visit. M ts.
lientz's dau gighter, '.Ii's. Y. S. GCikei'
.ilitohr retned Sunday
from 13atIiiore, where he had been
mitch of the timte since Ithe fiinei'al of
his wife. Ile was accomnpantied hiom1e
by Ihis sister Mrs. .8. Lllman, who
will remain withI himiu for soime tiime.
Mrts. .lamites W. IDutnkl in enI trt alited
re'i trdlay al tfterotn at hier homte otn
Weost .\a in street it honor of ontie of
the recenit brides .\irs. Y. S. G ilker
layeN'd aterO'it wich a deliigh tiuI saladt~
('ottrs' e'as sei'vedh.
Mr. S. M. McCravy ,of Lexington
(Couty th"lte oldest. biot her of i'. C. W.
MeCravty, has boon spending scveral
days In the city with the Iltter. Mrt.
NIcr.iavy has boon slhaking hands w',ith
mantiy of' his old friends who are glad
to soe hinm.
MIiss D~orothy Angel. foiimei'ly a
nurse'5( in the .1 ulia Irbhy Sanitar'itum
hore, andt~ heri sister. .\liss Mar'garet
AnVal. who hatve bien in Satanhur'g
for some Itime, leave this week for
Rlochester,. MIinni., ho take spteial work
tinderi theo Mayo brt ot's.
MIri. an Mri its. ID)u.l 'on t uerry, of
Gr'einville. spent Sunday in the city
as guests oif .\ ,'. and .lt's. A. 8. Easter
by. NIr~. (;ierr'y was at onie tIme ('on
noct ed withi Ih ele(ctr ih 1liht diepartt
ment11 ini Ihis city and Is now an elee
trical 1con tra('tori in Greenville.
MIri. I larry .le'nnuings, general matn
agei' of the Unrion-hift'alo Mills. of Uni
lop, ac'ompilanied'( by several of itis
fotremuen, motored t) Laurents Mondlay
to inspec'i SW'i Ipea machlinery in the
Warttts ~\ills litmilar to mtachtinery be
ing instal led al the Union plant.
Mr'. T. J. McAlister', of the Davis
Roper Company, is in the northtern
markets, this being his second trip of
the fall, being necessltjated by the
heavy fall tradIe. He expects -to re
turn thte latter ~ai't of the~ week.
Miss Janye C. Garlington has been
appointed Township Organizer' foi'
Hiunter' Township. All schools in this
townuhipl can have hter efficient. help
in or'ganizintg a Ttr.i School improve
me't Association. it is hoped that
they wvill avail ti'emb~ei.s of this op
Laturens Public Library.
Thte 'Laurons public library will be
open from 3:30 till 5i on Tuesday and 1
Mrs. W. H1. 'Clinkscales was hostess
to the Wednesday Club on October
24th. Tho subject for the afternoon
was threo Southern novelists, Thomas
Nelson Page, John Fox and Francis
Hopkinson Smith. Mrs. James H1.
Sullivan read a paper giving a life
history of these writers. Miss Frances
Thames gave an enjoyable comprehen
ive sketch of "Rted Rock" by Thomas
Nelson Page. Mrs. George 'Balle in
erestingly told the beautiful love story
3f John Fox's mountaineer book,
"Trail of the Lonesome Pine." Mrs.
Lamar Smith read a recent story of
liox's-"The Compact of Christopher".
li Honor of Mrs. Vilkerson.
Among one of the largest social
funetions of the season wias the reccP
lion tendered on Thursday afternoon
by Airs. 1W. 41. Gilkerson and Miss
Annie (ilkersop in honor of Mrs.
Yancy Gilkerson, a recent bride. The
calling hours were from four to six
i'clock. The house was suitably ar
ranged for entertaining the large
nllti1mber of guests who called 1u ring
the afternoon. The -whole lower
Iloor was thrown en suite anld was
,racefti1ly decorated with large while
id yellow ehrysanthemumis and
er11s. In tile punich bowl rooi beau
liful pitik aid whlile roses were ised.
Slaster Billy LainasLer opened the
loor' for the guests and they were
Welcomed by Mersdamues 11. L. Jolnes,
W. If. Anderson and 1R. XE. Copeland.
NlIss Fralces Thames preseited them
to he receling line, which was com
posed of Mrs. W. If. Gilkerson, Aliss
Annie Gilkerson, Mirs. Yaney Gilker
son, .\rs. .\larviln Wolff, another re
'ent brIde, Mesdames Sherrard, W. (1.
Ilanaster, iurriss. and Aliss Sherra rd.
.lesdames .1. HT. larney and It. l'+.
Il ughes Invited the guests into the
(i1nig room where delicious cream
and eake were served by Nisses liar
riett Ilughes and Alary Roper. NIMrs.
('Iinkscales and Mliss Willie .lones Ire
sided at the table 1111 were assisted by
Nlesdames It. K . Aiken and L.awience
Na botrs. They weire then inivited to
the punch bowl by Nlesdailes Franii k
Ca in ,1. Vance Irby, . a ms Dunklin.
Nlisses llizabeth Shell and Alleene
l-ranks served refiresliig fruii puneh
an11d they were assisted by N\lisses Sue
I)eana nid ]Ant Jones. I )uing the
afternoon .iss Carol Roper renidered
quilte a munimber of beautifull instiii
meital ;(, ect ions.
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The following invitation of interest,
:as beei issued:
NIrs. Franki It. Cainte
W(llesday. October ithe thirty-fils
Pour to Six
Et:noree. Oct. 29.-Miss Miriam Hem
biree and tirNii. AIg ie WaId rep, of nea r
l~nor'ee, wvere happily3 mari' ed Satur.i
clay at. the .l '. liar'sonage in Lauriens
by 1ter. a'r. Fa iry. the only witnesses
being Mr. and M.\'s. L. MI. 11111, .\l
Johnt 11111. The birlde is the attractive
lathtu Ihtr of .\ r. andl Mrts. C. C. 11em -
buree. a we'(ll knowvn farmer of near
F'ross Anchor. The groom is tihe son
if Mrt. anld Mrs. A. I". Waldrep, a very
POPImlarI and industiouis farmtiert. They
will tiake thir home neat' l'noree.
l'he ( hap py coitiple have tihe best wish
I's (If their micaiy friends for' a long
andi happy life.
o o o
Locitkriidge- Rickman1 i.
A pretty home wedding took place
it "'SrIlm'' thle beauitiful hom)e orfN Mr.
11(1nI Mrs. 1). (Glennt lluckmanl. at 10::1
o'cloc(k thIiis morni11ng, wvhen thet ir
daugh liter', Sa rah r (ace, became thle
brilde of Dr. Ilaymotnd lledfor'd Locek
r'idge. Only thle two fai ie is and a
rew ilt isima " rtienlds were present, ')ndt
I ho ceemony~ w as performied by thle
bridie'. pastor. Iter'. A. M. F'rasei', 1)
ID., matot' of the First Presbyteian
Th'le house was artistically decor'at
'id with palms, ferns, honey-suckle
id Mrt'. fros W~. Wonisoti had u'iar'ie
)f thle mitsie. "At Dnnm''" and "'le
3auise" were sung just before the cere
tony by Samuel Lapsley.
The maid of honor wvas Miss An
lah Ruckman. a sistei' of the brido
ind her gown wvas of grey eee de
whine withl blue embroidery, and she
.vore a black piCturie hat and carried
')ink lKillarney roses. Little 'Miss
JOrnellla Q'tai'les wearing ruffle:h or
mndile, carried hite ring in the hmearit
>f a chrysanthemum. Dr'. Lockridge
iadl as hIs best man. 'Moser Harold, of
liehmond. The bride was becomingly
1.tli'ed in a tailoredl suit of brown
loth tr'immedl In fur wIth correspond
ng accessories, and her flowers were
shower bouquet of br'ide's roses.
immediately after tihe wedding Dir.
and Mrs. Lockr'idge loft for a tourI in
heir automnobilo, after wiclh they will
>e at home at Mountain Grove, W. Va
Mr's. -Loekridgn Is thn neond dangh
ter of Mr. gnd Mrs. Ruckman and is "
well knoitwn in chutrch and social dir- F
cles. She was edutcated at the lary C
laldwin Seminary and for some titne
past she had been lilanist for the First
Pres'bytlerlan Sunday school and
member of the choir.
Dr. Lockridge Is a soi of Dr-. and
Mrs. James Bedford Lockridge of
Minnehaha Springs, W. Va., and is
widely related in Augusta and High
Amuong the out-of-town guests hlere
for the wedding were Mr. and Irs. .l.
S .laehen of Ltaurens, S. C., Nirs. J.
13. Lockridge of Nlinnehaha Springs,
-W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. R 1. 'Campbell,
of Valley Center, Va., Newton Lock
ridge and Moser Iierold of tRichmond,
Jullan Lockridge of Mlinnehaha
Springs, W. Va., Glenn Campbell, of
the University of Va., Miss Annie Er
vine of 'Mossy Creek, Mirs. M. WE. Ruck
man of Bridgewater, 'Ar. and 3Mrs. R.
1'. Bell, of Parnassus, Miss Ruth
Uavies of i lossy Creek, and llss Geor
gia lockridge, of Nlinnehaha Springs,
W. V.-Staunton (Va.) Leader.
FRtANK 11011 SENTENCED.
.1 iudge 31aultdin (lave Jim Six Years
on ilnulaughter Comnletiti.
'The jury in t he ease of Mr. F'rank
lloyd, charged with the murder of his
wife brought, it it verdict late last Fri
(a3' nlglit of manslaughter. llis lion
or .Judge Mauldin passedl a sentence
of six yearns in the State penitentiary
or a like period on i tle public Works
of tile cominty on Nir. lloyd. Messrs
Grier. 'ark and Nicholsoni, attornleys
for Nir. lIoyd, gave niotice of it nilotion
fori a liew trial and failing in this, of
an intention to appeal stating that
the procedutre was in order to enable
the defendaitil to take advanta go of
the opportlnity allowed by law In
suchl cases to give bon(d so that he
may visit kinidred and enter uton the
service of his sentence in the State
pen itentiary.-Grcenwood Index.
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("o to Sunlay School Day.
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To tle 'eople of 4lanurens County
'i'lTere is a world-wide movemlient
for getting every persol inl Sunday
school Nov. the ith, 1917. At this
particular period in ouar nation and
state, this imiovellint shoutld appeal to
ts strongly froti a pat riotie stand(
point. Nations have stood the Ies <
heltig permanent insofar as they have
Supporieil the instituitions whihl make11
for a muoral and spirituial tuplift of tle
htriting the crisis throigh wlic W4 A
now are passing shall we forget 1).
SiuindayN school---oie of outr primtie ill
stlitutionis? The lnccitliar call, theln, i
that we shoild foster and conse've the (of
force which i. iaking for iunihood jII
and ('harneter. While we are pre- ta
paring materially in lUturens (ounty to
let us niot. forget this spiritual lre- it
paration. Aftr the war, let its have yo
a str'ong foitndation upon which to I,(
build. Each of us can aid in this I
mitovemtleit by attending soie Sunday wi
stchool tiext Sitndaliy. Will you 1not at-- wi
Ien and1111 thu is make its al tIteel thait as
we ar te par't of a great and ti taie in -
st i itt itn?
1H. TI. WILaSON,
1H. TI .Wilsoni, Pries.,
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C * sti
* IO('1( 11IIUDE S('il(001,. * o
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The fRock 1 Itid e HiuraIcl ehol As--P
socitatilon held its regualart'11 monthly lbe
1m1eting 011 'PThursday, October t 25thi at lia
lie school10 house. At thIiis mecetinug, thle
there' the pr'ecedinig Maturtdayv wats "i
from thitproceeds of the faItr. Sotme of pa
this was set a side to buy'ti o bilack- si
Th'ierte wer Ie ab Oiut I 2 hpersons pres10-- t
en t. Miss Anntile Wookmtian told th le ei'
assotr intion1 how to make thle schlool itt
anild te home wvork t ogetther1 foir bet
t'r thIiings In the school anid ('01n11 n- g
Ity. Shte told what~ a fair mnightl mean
to Itie commiuni1ty in libet' home life,
anad gave' stuggestlins for programt~is
anud for maitking 1money3. 1 g
This comm1111unity hlcd Its lifthI an- 1
nual fatir on Saturday Oct ober 20th.
Thle exhtibits consistedl of vegetables, to
fancy work, plain sewitig, fbuiits, enn- tal
nled goods, prteserve's, jellies, fruit julc- bto
os, curIos, and the school work. There "
was a large crowd in att lendance, some "0
I romtt Clinton and from iLurons. A ed
b~aribeente dinner was sold andl over $70 -er1
nadic fmnm that. 1)1r. TBean andl Mt's. lie;
Arthur' Coreland from Clinton talked 01'
on the Red Cross work and or'gaiz/edl
ai (lub. pi(
It Will Pay You E
to become a regu
lar advertiser in ;
=This Paper ==,
meets with the gr<
viceable, yet light
No up-to-date hor
There are chair
lounges, tables, wr
a hundred and one
Finished in sof
grades of creton, tu
TEX gives style to
carpets, etc., becau
We want you to
lection of KALTEN
Nen Firmt1 1t 3141tiil le.
Ioyd & Golding. inI., is h le style
a new Iicaitilh- firim which has
-I henil incorporated Ily the secre
Sof State 1111d whihll1 has opened
busilies Sat 11h4e fiormer st.a ii of
"Son & (odiwng.. The firm is com
sed ol .1. ,. ltoyl and .1. A. (olding,
Ilh expericheed busi ness men. .l I.
Iding Went to Atlanta last veek(
dri hie biolight at large sloek which
IIlibe rejil Cnishied fromhl t im t1 timeI]
Illth bus 5iness jsitiies.
\i r. i1:. I'. .\llnter whol~ was in Newv
rk Ia st week oni a buying tour1, had1(
'good fortihne of witnlessinig thle big
belly Loan pa rade hroughi lhe
eet s of' the .\l etrlopol is. Thou sanids
pieopile miatched ini liltt to the msiic
forty hiand(s, the si;-lit bieing anl inl
iring spectacle long to lbe remleml
red. Amlong t ~'ha features of t he
radel wvas onei ofi tie lig Ilritisht
o1ks" u sedl onl the wester n tront
Ilibroughit ho thiis (1oun!try for' use
piromoit ing thei I,ihierty liond1( sale.
is was in thne front part. of theo
rad whih hitle dhid not see,. thlou gh he
odl for two hioulrs watChinig the
ong pass. Mr. .h linter states that
re' is no0 doubt as to the Newv York -
'pat riot ismo and their enthusiasm
suppolhrt or the war.
OT HER! DON'T TAKE
CHANCES IF CHILD'S
TONGUE IS COATED
\ iaiXative' todaly saves a .aiek~ Child
iiorrodw. CIhldrtOc n i1 will not
e hue time fromi olay it\ i'liity their
,vls whi be lcome lo4 -ed u p with
ste . Ii ar g t S t slai! A ~, 51tomach
.n.ok at the t-,ngue, Mot lg r' If coat
or your childl is listless; cr'oss, fev
tih, breath bad, restless~ doesrt' cat
Lrtlly, full (of cold or ha sorg 'th roat
any other clhldre's 4lln .nt, give
enspoonful of "Calfor il~ Syrup of
;s" then dlon't worry, 1 .cause It in
'fcet ly hgrmless, and( in a few
i w all this cons ipa te(d IpOIson, souri
E' andi fermentIng waste ill gently
ve nut (if thie bowchc, and you have
rI, Clyful child again. A thorough
'de cleansing" Is oft imes all that
nleceslarv. It shtou lt lie the first
atimerit gIven In any sickneis.
leware of eetunterfelt fIg sy'ups.
k yourI drugg. for a bot tie (if "Cal
rnia Syrupf of IFigc" whichl huas full
cef iot, for habhles, C 1.1ICdrenI of all
s s and for' grown- tum P1:0lnl rt
on the bottle. Look enarefully and(
t hat it is made by the "'California
ferng 'adepanandsr ste sanitrybse and
other noete o e rm O
tlasing oorand adf uronstredfr ind es.
, pestry, aneathertandanduimitti oear, KAL-rs
ne is without at least one room furnished in
Us, elegant KALTEX.
1, rockers, s:ettec,C davenports, coa.hs, C qch1 Iis e
Unlg desks, tabourett es, tea Nvzgonis, bokrcs
ferii1 and planit stands, waiste pa,-per bas,-kets, and
9ther noveltie--s to sekct frcm.
t pleasing colors and upholstered in the best,
pestry, leather and and imitation leather, KAL
any interior, it sets off other f urniture, d]raperies,
se so essentially different in itself.
call at our store and)dok over the extra fine se
which we are show'ng at unusually moderate
B. H. Wilkes & Co.
COME TO THE FAIR
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.