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* Local and Personal Mention.
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Dr. and Mi . T. L. Timmerman spent
Suldiay inl Glreenwood with relatives.
Mirs. Sam axOil is spenlding the
week in Coliibia visit ing r'elatives
and attending the Fair.
.1iss Ilosada falbert, of Parksville,
spllt Friday inl the City wilth friends
On h11ier Way to Greenville.
Viiliam Gray an1d Tomt Hlarksdale,
Who are altending W offord,,spenit tile
Week-Coid inl the city.
Alr. 1.. '. Nlinter left iollay ntight
for Ne';. voik to Imy goods for tle
.ilintr m(11ill.an3 Departmown t. Store.
Judge I. 0. Piuriy, of Sumiiter, is
spending :e'.'eral days in tle City onl
pro~fesg ionlal bus iness.
,Mr. 11. A. Little has necepltd a posil
tion inl tile clothlig and shoe depatt
,!Ifent of the Wells Qlardy Company.
* Mrs. A. S. Ahel1( and children, of
Anderson, have been visiting he Aliss
es Petertson for several das.
.irs. T. 1). )arlington and Mlisses
Lucy Vance and Claudia )arilington
sent several (las last Week in Ai
E'ugene Power and Ihenry Bennett,
Who are attending Furman, spent the
Week-end ill thle cily with their par
liss LIey .Mlelhail is visiting
friends in Suliter ( and expect's to re
turn to thr i ity the laiter part of this
Aliss Mary 11t1ris. who is attending
;. W. ., spent the week-end at llomoe
vith hI'r arns. .\lu. nd rls. 1. M,.
. Iiss -Iessiv loland has returned to
the city after a visit of several weeks
to lier sister, Mrs. J. P). .leNair, in
.\r,-. C. It. Bishop and son, Fred,
spent Mlonday In Columbia, visiting
MliSS Saalil isihop at Columbia college
and attending the Fair.
Iliss 'Maggie Peterson has returned
from Greer, where she went several
days ago to aid lcer sister. Mrs. B. G.
Peterron. ill nur1 ising Ilie little girl of
M-1. elcl'~olr , who had been very sick.
"I nele" .Jack Glenn, former Alaster
of the Keys at the sheriff's eiporlum
in this city, nlow a resident of Clinton,
was a Visitor in tJie city yesterday.
Mrs. .1. 1. Carlisle has ret urned to
her holm, ill Spartaniurg after visit
ing hlr 1mother. M.\rs. .\. E. taoiand,
for s;olo time.
, Al'ssenWil L-on Gray, of Columbia.
and MAadg1 larris, of Owings, spent
several days il the city last week With
Mlr. amd )1rs. W. L. Cray.
.os s.T. J. .'-leAli. ter and 4. P.
habb1) !eft TI'sda mning for the
northe rn imarkt.1s to buy further
stock's for tihe DaviS-IRo:wrT Compalny.
\.l's. .1. T. Crews r leturnd Sunday
from Greenvilil'. whner sh laui been
vis-iina .\r. and Mirs. .J. Y'. Wallace.
.\Mr. WAllace, who und ewent anl opera
tion seve'ral we 'k : ago, is raipidly imt
Ali... Jenniio Lovd hi:m! returnled To
ec'nville aft Wlla spenditn se \.IrlI
dlays he ci wth itime whoten bio
bro '.tr R. i. H d a o ila h
aT ak Wies Lnteiyshes hor
L esVrsni Bakidang Pwi
Brehg a wilithn Le .ss '
Gr haitl W eans teg ful p ntu
da nt- ike flavoher mofthe.!s
yoTau will ha nk uit. Tihk
Mr. R. E3. Boyd, of the 1McDaniel
NIII section, who was painfully in
jured iII a cotton gin last week, is
resting easier after having his arm
amputated av a result of the accident.
For several days M.r. loyd's condition
was rather critical, but his friends
will be glad to learn that the danger
ois stage has passed.
"Pike" Switzer Lands.
The many friends of William Swit
zer,, called "Pike" by most of them,
will be glad to learn that he landed In
Nev York about 6:30 last. n ight and
was sent directly to Camp Dix where
he% wilI most probably be mustered out
in a few days. "(General" Switzer
has been in tle motor transoort ser
vi'e in France for about twenty
months and has been longing to get
home ever since the armistice Was
sigined. but has been on the iob Witi
a small band Of other failithfuls for
many monthls past. With the excep
tion of Sergt. Floyd Ma rtin, who Is
still in tile servle% abroad, Mr. Switzer
was probably the last Laurens boy to
leave the "furrin" shorcs. ie meps
sage was received through the Salva
tion Anmy by his relatives here about
half an hour after Ie had landed.
Mrs. Amelia It. Anderson.
Mirs. Amelia I. Anderson, wife of .1.
S. Anderson, of Coronaco, and shier
of Mirs. John Ml. Clardy, of this city,
died at her home in Coironaco Sunday
and was buried there Monday after
Ilesides h(r' hisband, M.rs. Anide'soni
is survived by tle following childrlen:
.\ti'rs. '11. S. lake of Coronaea, Mrs. J.
W. itaimiage, of Montgomery, Ala., .\lr.
J. L. Anderson of Uinion, and Mr. J.
M. Anderson of Abbeville. She is also
survived by the following brothers and
sisters: Messrs. W. C. Rasor, of Cross
11111, J. 13. Iasor of Greenville, Sam
Riasor of Mlountville, Mrs. .1. A. Mar
tin of Westminster, Mrs. John Clardy
of Laurens and.Mrs. John Daniels of
C. F. Brooks Attacked.
Mr. C. F. Brooks, of this city. who
is superintendent of the 'Edgelelld
school this year, was considerably mal
treated last veek by several of his
patrons who made a combined attack
on him while lie was standing in the
1ost Ollice in Edgetleld. The attack
followed tile iunishment Which Mr.
I rooks had inflicted upon i tle son of
oiie of the men for misbehavior in
sliool. At aii indignation meeting
held In the city several days after
wa.'rds, the action of tle men was se
verely condemned and the suoit of
the best citizens was pledged to Mr.
ItHrooks, and in the mdyor''s court a
heavy tine was placed u1)011 the attack
ing parties by the mayor.
Card of Thanks.
\We wisih to express Our a pplrcia1i1on
for the kiilness of our friends and
n-ighbor1nt's, Which they indered dur
in '.r our recent bereavement, wleni oni'
ar~ motler, Mrs. ILaviniia Miller. was
t akena by dleath. May (God's richest
hiessings lie with them all.
'Thi t'. I). C'.'s will meet Monday
afternoon01 withI Mr's. J1. S. I enniett.
All niembers are 1uriged to attend.
KNIGHT'iS 01" P'YTH'IAS.
Laurens Lodlge No.
3 wIll et next Mon
'ty ni it at 8 o'clock.
atte . VIsit ing Knights
.W. UIGGS, C. C
JT. V. TrOLBERT, C(of RI. S.
eningc Less Soda,
ler. Makes better
X/ork id~ Worry.
w and original process
,'rment and and sweet,
vheat berry. Try it
A'e is nothing like it.
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Tie home of .\il. and Mrs. W. R.
Richey oil West Main street was the
sceic of a pretty Wedding yeslerday
evening when their you ngest Ilaughter,
Miss Elizabeth Ilichey, became fihe
bride of \I-r. Gilbert A. Tyler. The
ceremony was performned b)' the
brile's pastor, R1ev. C. T. 'Squires, of
file First re byt:- eriani churchi''i". Ilcr
only attildalnt was her rister, Mrs.
C. lE. Parker, as dame of honor, and
she en tnred on the arm of her father
th rough Ihe 'xest. drayi.i ng room, whi le
ithe groom entered wilh Iis best man,
MIr. M. A. Adams, of Greenwood,
through the east drawing room. the
colipe joiniip arms beneatI a prettily
arranged arch of ferns and maiitlilne in
the hall, Where the ceremony was per
formed. The iride was becomingly
gowned in a goig-away blue coat
suit with hat and accessories to match
and carried a bouiu'et of cn roses.
H1er only ornaiment was a brooch of
sapphire and pearls, tihe gift of the
groom. The dame of honor wore a
chamiaigne georgette dross with black
hat and carried a bouq iiet of yellow
ch rysanti hem1umis. A- the guests were
assemblinjg a delightfiul Inusical
programin was rendered by Mrs. Al.
1'. loper and .\lr. .1anes .(iravy
and .lrs. otoper sounded the .len
delssohn wedding march as Ile
bride en ttred. Aft(r the ceremnony
a eception was tendored Ile bride
and groom diii ilng wlich delicious ice
cream and eake were served.
The guests were g reted at the ldoor
by Mir. and Mirs. Eugene Wilkes an1d
entertaining in the drawing room were
Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Teague and .\li. and
Mrs. Ernest Easterby. In the dining
room 'Mrs. W. D. Ferguson and Mrs.
C. M. Clarke cut cake and cream, while
a bevy of young gii'Is, Louise Smith,
T1occoa Cray, Maintzie Richardson,
Sarah Richey, Rebecca Adams and
Janie :1olmes Davis assisted in serv
ing. Leaving the ining rooi the
guests were directed to tile punch
bowl presided over by Misses iLilla
Todd, Lucy Vance ad Claudia I)ar
lingt on, Sarah Ilolt, Frances )avis and
Mary Wilvkis. Near the punch howl was
displayed a handsome array of Wed
ding presents, attestlug the high
esteiet in which both the bride and
groomi are held.
Pollowin- the receHon Mi'. and
.\i's. Tyler took the evening trai for
SpartaIniirg, ler tie'y began eir11
wedd,inig 1tour to ('al!forlnia, the form''i'
lioni of the tom. Mi' a moinhI's
1rip It y will r<'turn h--ro where \(r.
Tyler !. , ana\ . o 'ha local movIng
pinitre h' ous and ' I irv;e'.uri e -
iwnteim r :nt~ '' oi.; r\ tows.frs'
1r um -Mach. 1mon.
The aic'oniIt of the m' warr inil Co
lumi:t of .\I.n 1:llni eyum ioftha't
C'fhis'('i, will bhe rvtldad~ witrh ing
'l'cted!' ibihr ~'.'a-~t. .\i fort sea
suit moniths.)1 Tha ontI itt(OP of th~ehr
ran e s tild n fhom'u fbi Th Ses,
e\lon'de, i'ses 's aws: cti l
alis te i-:mlug rm. In- whid wredugl.
(ler ofa\kr and i1rS. II.t' .s. 'yrum wasei
maried at'oi w::as inl n ay~ whter
nko rose and had in th- caent..r a
bLautifl 'v:edd in Frm'iedrin wie
u one 1ormerl af Laenuaer omf nOwI
werefl lpr'eSnts anod the hinouwasl ay
ofmple one(14, thi irs vay amng par
flor me' by t andr al. io. hTreu
atorai Stfe Al Nto .\iiihidim,
Ihur', and Mi's wledinon marfh be ing
tlyd te brte'uoidfC': Aitlant w\hencel
them goyorum n o ie
Adoubaeried hluet of ide ll rses
tofnds dinIing room' i ilon wic le
tae cermo as II to insA in a hite.
The b~',rion ttle waf a( orned withI
beautfu we( Ms u ddin nel! to Mhit
nI~iai e rl1omf loar number of' Te
ofclock bri whois valued' amongl at
wtde homce of tfries' oher, attra,
Ella penlity and, Tls fourhes, mu1
FOR REE D SUITEQ
Our present show
in the latest finish<
Brown, French W
- especially attracti-%
- Cretonne in the n<
. most reasonable a:
your early inspecti
whatever your pr<
S.*M. & E. E
tot. of the First Pre-sbytcrianl Chur1.h,
olll iated, i ng the ring -cremon
which1 wvas very imlpr-essive.1Th11itin
roomi hadl heen prelIfly decorated withI
potited plants and cut floxers. A\n im
Provised a arof (enImrsee
withali 11a" and chysnhe u a .
formeod againlst thek nlorth win.dow, .1.1d
before this the nuptial vows weork, .aid.
There wvere nlo attendant.; and th!e
brides wore becomim: ti'.:wlsai
of ar ble ric tie, .a h: 'an
o 4tl 1 eesre o ac.A e
in .lc s n il. Ih. hb \r an
.\ *s Ill ir :ie i o b s .N
thi Ourire presnt heow
Th Brro warn: Founch Wui
ness e spteiahly~ ttna,.31
meatp Ckin eone in th nvil
whle.\r ;m os a resonblea
ovrnmntyourlo eanl ionhseT
youg wuha ever your hand
somei restnts whichdl ateg the h(eri::h
esteem111 C i w ih t they )4ar held. )
oThte t-oftoauets forh the wed
d'ing(( wer:a .\fr an r. Jaes~e. Lea
Zie l ide lt of :' H irm igham, Aa.;I
.\)rs. R.t 'Rj. -~e of) Greenw. d and'1
3103sses Case l:.tir, Ri, .Ada
Taylor and1 r. b. RosLn, of Cl0 1(0i
lilx Pandty tlWoodr W~11ilson School.)0 1
The()~lO~ pu liis cordivall ivited to a
paty l~l'at w V the odrow Wilo schoth.
'.hue nto rida veiga7
o'c t~loc g(033 ' Procedsw ll) use for te
b'teef it f the s c l hed
n hllre, of munriti on; i.
Sezhdeo liiighan l
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URIOUS REED SUITES
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ing can not be surpassed. They arc shownv
es; including Blue Enarnel, Silver Grey, Nun
alnut and natural colors. The upholstering is
re---being in the best grades of Tapestry andz
ewest colors and designs. Our prices are
ad will be sure to please you. We advise
ton of our line while we can fill your wants
eference may be.
L WILKES & COMPANY
My Fine Two-horse Farm
SALE TO BE AT
~ Laurensm Court House
SALESDAY IN NOVEMBER
This is a fine two-horse farm,
containing 70%4 acr'es, more or
less, about 4.5 under cultivation
and rest in wood and pasture. Has
seven room dwelling house, 5 room
tenant house, barn and outbuild
ings, all in good condition. Will
rent for 2000 lbs. lint cotton. Near
L.ong Branch, school and right at
church. Land in same section
selling for $150 per acre.
One of best small farms in
Terms cash above govern
C. M. W. POOLE,
Clinton, S. C., Rt. 1