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8 Local and Personal Mention. 8
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airs. Alfred Barksdale of Greenville,
is visiting Mrs. A. 13. Barksdale near
Roscoe Stone, of Columbia, spont
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. M. H.
Miss Lila Hart spent Thanksgiving
in the city with Mr. ahd Mrs. C. M.
Mrs. W. R. McCuen and Mrs. J. C.
Shell are visiting their sister, Mrs. W.
W. Edwards, in Duo West.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spratt, of
(Greenville, spent Saturday and Sun
(lay in the city.
Prof. Lawrence Poole, of Cross An
chor, was a business visitor in the' city
'Misses Pauline Prentiss and Lilia
Todd attended the Thanksgiving dance
in Spartanburg Thursday evening.
.Mrs. J. R. '1'. Major and children
spent several days in the city with
frit'nds last. week.
Mrs. D. W. Moore, of Spartanburg,
is the guest of Mrs. I. It. Walker on
North Harper street.
Mr. J. E. Slinter, of Sedalia, spent
Sunday in the cily with Mr. and Mrs.
E. P. Minter.
Dr. J W. Dupre and family, of Ow
ings, spent Thanksgiving with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alsle Coleman.
Mrs. Carlos Moseley and children
have returned home after spending
some time with Prof. and irs. DuPre
S'Misses Mary Lever, of Columbia,
and Louise lialtiwanger, of Newber
rv. were the week-end guests of Miss
Mr. and Mirs. J. H. Peterson and
children from Darlington, spent
Thanksgiving With the Misses Peter
son. on South Harper street.
Mr. W. .1. Manly and daughter,
Florence, of Ware Shoals, spent
Thursday an( Friday with the form
er's brother, Mir. M. 1. Manly.
Mrs. A. G. Hart, wife of Lieutenant
Hari, who is now in France, a.rrived
in the city last week to spend some
time witlh Mr.'and Mrs. C. M. Clark.
Mr. Tom Williams, member of Co.
), who has been ii at Camp Sevier, is
reported to be improving somewhat
though his condition at one time was
right serious. -
,Mr. 'Larry Templeton, who Is one
of Uncle Sam*s seamen, has been
spending a five-day furlough with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hood Temple
,Min Harriett Simpson has returned
to New Brookland, where she is teach
ing, after spending Thanksgiving with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Simp
)r. and Mrs. iH. K. Aiken and son,
Robert, accompanied by Mrs. J. H.
Teague and Calvin motored to David
son egliege 'Thanksgiving to hear 9ugh
Aiken make his senior address and
also to witness the Davidson-Clemson
'Miss Helen Sullivan returned yes
teirday froii Oirangebuirg whieire she
hadl been to attend the marriage of her
friend, Miss Meirle Smnoak. She was
acconmpanied home 1)y Miss Irma
Weinberig, who wilIlibe her guest foi'
a few (lays.
Miisses Illenrielita Heabriook ando
Kathleen Lander, aft er a vilsit of sev'
eral days wvith Miss Sadie Sullivan, ire
turinedi to l'endleton Bunday eveinlg.
going by automobile withI friends; who
hiad atoipped over' oin thieir iway home
,I eut. i'iei'ce ii. Irb~iy an h11 iis br'ide,
who was a Mliss Archieir. of Hamle't, N.
/ I'AVE NE
Gifts that reflect
and care o
no matter how small the coat a
- you would have
Such gifts can h
ifyou will allow yoursel a fe
%., arrived it1 the city yesterday and
ro now visiting their mother, Mrs. J.
M. Irby. Their marriage took place
londay evening at the home of the
pride in Hamlet.
'Miss Ida Omahundra, of Fluvanna
%ounty, Va., who is spending the win
or with Mrs. Robert Davis in Foun
ain Inn, visited Miss Mary Hughes
ast week, returning to Fountain Inn
'Robert Lucas and his college-mate,
V. 1H. Burnett, of Spartanburg, re
urned home with ,Mrs. Lucas from the
Vofford-Furman game at (1reenvilIle
rhanksgiving and spent the night
vith Mrs. Lucas here, going back to
pa rtanburg, accompanied by Mrs.
lucas, the following day.
Milton A. Sullivan, who has been
pending awhile with his home peo
)le at 'Tumbling S4ioals, passed
hrough the city Wednesday on his
.vay to New York, where he will be
o'l'ee l( with the enrineering te
la rtment of the navy yard. Mr. Suill i.
'an is a graduate of Georgia School
if Technology and has been making
apli progress in his profession.
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Caroline Ferguson of Greenville,
Emily Davis of Clinton and Margaret
Riasor of Cross Hill, three pretty
voung misses, were the guests of
'loise and Virginia Clardy last week.
While - here they 'were the recipients
)f much social attention by their
-nonr friends. On Thursday afternoon
the Misses Clardy entertained for
hem with a pretty party, the main
eature of which was a "llower game
'ontest". Sandwiches and hot choco
late were,served by Misses Flora ilen
iel t and Nancy MIeng.
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Mrs. Earle Wilson has issued invi
tat ions for a reception to take place
it her lovely home on .West Main
'rcet this afternoon. The reception
is in honor of Mrs. Robert A. Cooper,
: recent bride.
On Friday afternoon Misses Nancy
and Catherine Meng entertained a
large number of their friends with a
knitting party. Misses Caroline Fer
guson, 1Mmily Davis and Margaret
Rasor were the guests of honor. After
he young folks had chatted and knit
ted for an hour or more delightful re
freshments 'were served.
The D. A. R. chapter will give a sew
ing party opl Thursday afternoon for
the purpose of raising money for "war
needs". The party will be given in
the Service League headquarters at 3
o o o
Miss Louise Workman, of Mount
ville Route 2, and Mr. Fred Culbert
son, of Waterloo, were married
Tihanksgiving morning at. 10 o'clock,
at thle home1 of tile bride's mothler,
Mrs. W. D. floyd, tihe ceremony beinlg
ilerformled by Rev. R. H. Burriss. The
bride1 has many friends in Newberry,
whlere she spent hler early girlhood
an~d wenti to school1. Shle is d grad
natec of Limestone college. --Newher
Oun last Thuirsday,~ at hiighi noon, at
thle home of the offtelatinug mlin ister,
llev. .T. ib. MeI.in, Miss Cora Lee Ow
Ings mi Id Mr. I'luss5 Ridldell, bot1h of thi1s
rIty3, Were happ)13 ly Jied In Imarina.
'ONS ' ,,
personal ,inte st
.ilconvey the goo~ W1shes as
them conveyed .
e easily eelected
yr minutes time in our store.
[mmediately after the ceremony the
roung couple left for a short honey
noon to Greenville. The bride is the
ittractive young daughter of Mr. and
Vars. 11. L. Owings; while the groom is
he youngest son of Mrs. illa Riddell
trnd is enployed in the postoflico here.
Bloth young people have scores of
friends throughout the county who
visit for them much happiness. They
ore now at home to their friends at
the home of the grooms' mother on
Married near Gray Court, on Dec.
2nd, by Rev. J. L. -McLin, lr. Lonnie
1111 and 'Miss Altha Williams.
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Annual Meeting of Wednesday' ('lub.
The anniversary meeting of the
Wednesday l('lub was held with Mtrs. J.
D). Watts, November 2Sth. Tt is cus
lonmary for the birthday celebration to
bie purely social and this twenty-third
anniversary party was unusually
pleasant. 'Mesdates George Valle,
W. H. Clinkscales, and ('has. II. ilicks
w.erg the commtittcc to assist the host
ess in the entertainment of the club.
An attractive basket tilled with Eng
lish walnuts was pased. WVhen the
nuts were craek (d, conundrums, lit
erary and olherwise, were found in
theti. The reading and ansvering of
I hesC afforded much merriment.
After this lrs. W. I-,. Lucas gave a
charming mutsical programs which was
greatly appreciated and enjoyed. Mo0st
of the numbers were Chopin selections
but, by request, sie gave some other
The guests were then invited into
the dining..room where at beautifully
appointed tables a salad course with
coffee wits served. The house wats dee
orated witit many hanldsote hrysan
Suatr Shortige Partly Relieved.
'T'ravellers along the road between
lere and Ware Shoals yesterday were
no doubt puzzled at the ntumer of
grocery trucks which were keeping
that thoroughfare busy with theit'
trips back and fortIh betweenI here and
the manufacturing city on the Saluda.
It was all because of a car-load of
sugar which the Ware Shoals store had
received and agreed to divide with
neighboring firms. A number of
stores sent over yesterday and took
advantage of the generous offer, re
turning with sweet smiles that ex
piressed the nature of the cargoes they
hauled. The shortage hero was ma
Two full wagon-loads of canned
fruit, representing only a part of their
year's output, were brought to the city
last week by 'Mr. and Mt's. B. loyd,
of the Oakville section. The canning
operations hate been largely in charge
of M.\rs. lloyd and her daughter id a
great deal of frui111, vegetables and pre
serves have been put p.
01ther Ofieeers ('omiitIssioned,
('apt. .1ames 1). ('rosby, First ILiett
Ientat I Robert Paul Austin, Second
Lietutenanit Itufus 10. Sadler, of C'lini
ton, Seco'nd Lieutenant Robt. A.
Knoighit, of Lautrenis, are othler Lait
r'ens men~i commifissionted as ofmcers at
F'ort Oghethorpe last week and not *n
cludi~ed . I the f irst lI st pubilished10( by
TPhe Advertisedl. Second bLeuI. J1.. I".
L~ngshtore is also credited to 11h1s
tie estte of P'. 11 A nders ar r.
I lOste(il to pre's(eim/ lthem 1 i i-'ll~
withn :mday. j ico itcthbi'u n,
hle sa Id estalte is/ re esc t oi luit
or' arranig, 'Sam' 'a mbi4*
I. A. :1u11 \\ . Andcermlun, .Ai;.
Stintf'iit'nt of the ( ondi ill n o th~Ile
Loceid a. lanuirens, S. ('.,,it t he ('lose
of busintess Ntovemtbet' 20, i191I7.
14arns andi Discouts .. ..$17.7t; .1e,
O)ver'drafts .......... .. 70.3.1
Etuitrn itr and1(1h~ Fitrel . . 750.00
Cuirr'ency -.-.-' . . . . I ,1$2.00
Gold .. .. .. .. ..' .. .. 21 5.00
Silver' and OjI. -~ Coin . . I1i8.
O ter' 110soi0(es, viz.:
Libert y I .an Honids . . . . 1:23.25
Tiotal ...... .......$ 32,318.31
CaMa Stock P'ald In .. . .$ 5,000.00
Sturipo: Funid .... .... ....,500.00)
Undividt i Ptrofils, -iess Cttr
r'ent h0xpentses and Taxes
to Check.. . ... . $11,710.78
Savings Deposits 9,23;i.67
Cashier's Checks . 563.98 21,508.43
Total .... .........$ 32,318.31
State of Southi Carolina,
County of L~aut'ens, as:
Bofore mue camne Chas. TI. Simopson,
Cashier of the ab)ove namt'd bank, who
being duly sworn, says that the albove
aind foregointg statemteint Is a trute con
ditlitn or said bantk, as shown by thte
books of saidl bank,
P'wo toCIHAS. 'P. -SIMPSON.
Swr oand subscribed before me
thIs '-ith clay of December, 1917..
W. Ri. McCUIDN, di
Notary Public. 1
Correct Attest: Fllson A. emythe,
J. 'ia. Irvine, J. Adger Smythe, Jr., Dl
PRACTICE USEFUL GIVING.....
Make Your Christmas Gifts Something Useful---Some
thing for the home---that will be enjoyed by the entire
family---year after year
the pernanent gift---the gift that will never grow old. We are showing
a wonderful collection of articles that are needed in YOUR hoImie and
you can s p e n d
just as little or as
much as you wish
:1 ~ t o spend---O u r
Prices Are Most
G" (K ' , 1 Reasonable.
L Make your selec
tion now---we will
m a k e delivery
whenever you de
Bed Room Furniture Dining Room Fur ture Rockers
Rugs Desks Book Cases Hall Racks
Parlor Tables Parlor Suit, Chifforobes
Dinner Sets Lamps Stoves Ranges
Does Your Home Need Any of These? If Selected From Our Present
Stock, You Will be Surprised at the Small Amount of Money it Will
Take to Brighten up Your Home and Make Your Family Happy.....
S. M.& E. H. Wilkes& C0.
Every home can have a
Victrola for Christmas
No one need be without a Victrola so far a- xpense is concerned.
But you may not get one if you don't order in time!
There's always a big deman~d at the Christmas season and ,omc late-corers
naturally get left.
IDon't you get left. Come in today and pick out thcw style y'ou wish and
wl ut itaiefrdelivery on Christmas eve.
T1he instrumecnt shown above is the Victrola X, .$75. And besides t he various styles of Victrolas,
there are Victors horn $10 to $100. Easy termns if desired.
Powe Drug Company jt
Laurens, S. C.
Reov. J. E. Carlisle Ili. P'roehing at Presbyterian (hurch. (lard of Appreciation.
Rev. m. E. Carlisle, whose wife is a i)r. William Crowe, of Memphis, I take this method of extending sin
aughtor of Mrs. Roland, of this city, Tenb., iill preach at the morning cone thanks to the neighbors and
as been very sick at his home in and evening services at the Prosby- 'Vitilds and our family physician for
partanburg for the past several days. teryan church next Sunday. Dr. their generous aid an attention dur
tuch u1Teasiness is felt over his con- Crowe, ah is now doing religious lu; the veent fatal illness of my
ition. Mrs. C. I). Moseley and Miss work at Camp Sevier, is pastor of one wife d.d for the many tokens of love
essie Roland e nt up to visit him of the largest Presbyterian churches and sympathy freely xpresse(l in be
unday and returned without refeo- In the south and is a pulpit orator of day.f of myself and children.
ig much encouragement, distinction. Bn M. Cunningham.
and venng srvies a th Preby