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* Local antd Personal Mention. *
Mr. J. A. Guthrie, of Cross Hill,
was a visitor in the city Friday.
c Irs..John Goggans, of Newberry, is
visiting Mr. and 'irs. L. G. Bialle.
'Messrs. Stanley Crews and John In
man spent Sunday in Greenwood with
Mrs. M. E. Godfrey has returned
from a week's visit to her son in
:Mr. and Airs. E. B. Machen motored
to Greenwood 'Sunday .and spent the
day with relatives.
Mr. R. F. Fleming left yesterday for
:Statesville, N. C., on a business trip
of several days.
'Mr. James '.\lundy, of Mt. 'Pleasant
section, was a visitor in the city
- 61iss Ella Bearden, of Enoree, visit
ed friends in the city for several dlays
Miss Lucy Vance Darlington is vis
iting friends in Kingstree and Sumter
Miss Elise Babb left last week for
Blaney's where she has accepted a Ito
sition to teach school this year.
:'ol. 11. Y. 'S.imupson was called to
Greenville Monday on account of the
critical illness of 'Rlev. J. N. Holmos.
Miss lizzie Mahon, of the Greenville
Woman's College, speni last. week-end
with her parents, .Mr. and M rs. I1. H.
.\lrs. .lohn S. Miorgan and two little
daughters, of Union, are visiting Mi's.
.organ's parents, .ir. and Mrs. P. A.
Miss Mary Burton, who is teaching
.in the Abbeville graded schools, spent
the week-end in the city with her uar
cuts, Mir. and Mrs. .1. F. Burton.
Dr. 13. F. -Posey, who was stricken
with paralysis several weeks ago, is
still confined to his bed though he is
said to b' slowly improl ing.
Mr. . .1. Bowen, of Raleigh, N. C., ie
here for a day or two visiting his
mother, Mrs. Mary Bowen, and also or
,lr. llenry Al. Wright, who was
stricken with paralysis some months
ago, had another stroke Sunday an
is in a most critical condition.
- Mrs. D. M. Wolff, who has been visit
ing relatives at Winston+Salem fo
several weeks, is expected home th
latter part of the week.
Mr. and aMrs. V. L. Gray, Miss Hat
tte Gray, Mrs. A. E. Holler and Mis
Daisy Harris motored to.,Greenwoo
Sunday to attend the (lay's services c
the 'Methodist Conference.
Mir. 'P. A. Simpson returned hom
Tuesday night after an extended visi
to two of his brothers, iOr. A. R. SimI
son, who lives in Arkansas, and Mr.
hi. Simpson, who lives in Mississipp
While aWay Mr. Simpson had the of
portunity of visiting a number of pla
es in those states and had a very e
MIessrs. Preston Brooks afnl Joh
Brooks, natives of this county hbut no
residents of Fresno, Calir., have he(
visiting relatives in the city and coul
ty for the past week. Mr. Prestc
Brooks was a clerk in the store of 31
J1. 0. C. Fleming for a number '
years and has many amusing tales
tell of his expeiences around toy
then. The two expect to remain
this vicinity for several wveeks yet.
Mir. WV. D. Patterson and family,
Lanford, wvere guests of Mr'. and M11
J. .H. Cunningham Sunday. Mr. PC
terson was paralyzed nearly a ye
ago and this was the second trip tht
he has made to the city since th
time. ils friends will he. glad to knc
that 'he is making steady, though s1<
improvpment and that he is able to
so far from home. 'or' the first sc
'cerl months after lie was strirken
was almost helpless, but now he
able to walk a little wvith some assi
('olored Sohlers to~ Meet.
The Laurens County Colored S
dierus Uion will hold their flrst
nuial meeting in Laurens at Bethel
M. 'E. Church, Thanksgiving D
Tihursdlay, Nov. 27th.
The object of the organization is
bring about a better spirit among
*color'ed people of the county and
make us better law-albiding ciiz
in every way and to furnish finant
aidl for the Colored Soldiers Memo1
Building to be erected on the caml
of the State College at Orangebur
We shall expect eveiry colored r
ion in the county as 'well as our' wI
citizens to cooperate with us in bri
Ing about these results.
'There wvill be a business seAsior
the meeting to begin at 11 o'clock.
night there wiil),be a musical and 11
ai'y program composed of the 1
talent in the county uncder the di1
lion of 1Mrs. Janie L Maxwell.
shall expect all the colored peopl'
the county to attenfl this meeting
W., P. DIONDY,
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Invitations were issued the first of
this week to the approaching marriage
of Miss diary 'Wilkes and Mr. Henry
Franks, popular young people of the
city, as follows:
'Mr. Samuel "Marion Wilkes
requests the honor of your presence
at the mairriage of his daughter
Mir. William henry Franks
November the t'wenty-fifth
at half after eight o'clock
First Presbyterian Church
Laurens, South Carolina
Mir. and firs. B. B. Blakely announce
the engagement of their daughter, Isa
belle, to O. TRoddey .Bell, of Lancaster,
the wedding to take place in Decem
Real Estate Deals.
B. M.-Wolff, real estate dealer, re
ports the following realty deals:
House and lot of Gov. Cooper on
Sullivan street, known as Machen
place, sold to )ir. Ed. Adair, of Clin
Farm of 21 acres of 'Mrs. Edna
Duckett near -Watts Mills, sold to G.
Fourteen acres in Jersey belonging
to Ii)r. Christopher 'sold to Dr. lock,
of Piedmont, and J. W. Childress, of
Greenville. It is understood that an
auctior sale of this property will be
-louse and lot on Irby avenue, re
cently bought by S. H. Dorroh, to th
Misses 'Byrd, of near Clinton. Thel
expect to move to the city.
Two lots on South Harper street o
O. B. Simmons and Mrs. Lidle Watkins
to A. F. Martin, who will erect a hom'
illouse and lot on Martin street o
Miss Mahggie 'Martin's sold to Mr. W
M. Pitts, of 'Hickory Tavern, 'who wil
move to the city.
'House and lot on Chestnut street c
Mrs. T. B. Crews, sold to It. O. Martin
who will move to the city.
1.61 acres of land near Ora, propert
. of G. W. Rush, of Green.wood, sold t
B Fleming Brothers, of this city.
. 180 acres of John Mills gne plac
recently sold by 'Fleming I ros., to M
J. L. Langston, resold by Mr. Lan
ston to mir. NM. B. Leopard at aroun
t $125 per acre.
County Teachers Organize.
. The Laurens County Teachers' a
sodiation meeting Saturday in ti
county court house, was formally o
ganized for the year with Herbert I
Gasque, superintendent of the Lai
n rens city schools, as president; Lud
wv Blakely, principal of the Gray Cour
a Owings school, vice-president; 31
-B. La. Jones, of the 'Laurens city scho<
n secretary, and Miss 'Mary Bell Bat
r.* also of the city school faculty, tren
f urer. Following the business meetir
o the association heard interesting di
'n cussions and dlemonstrations on
n subject of nerving hot (dishes wi
school lunches, as given -by Ml
of South, state home dlemonstrati
s. agent, assisted by Miiss Fornly, dal1
.t- specialist, an d Miss iTaisy linrris, La
a rens county home (demonstration age
VtSYAP (COAL~ FOR SU!GARI,
SAppeal froml Cubla Meets (Counter
et .\ di ington, Nov. 7.--Appeals of
egar~ refiners in Cuba for coal were ni
scondlitilonal ly tonight through ordi
sissued by the railmoad administrat
centraml coal committee, wvhich mod
the original export coal embargo. I
decr the new regulations the Cuban
hfiners wvill be permitted to buy e
r>-here provided they sign agreementM
.ship their sugar~ prodluction tot
The sugar shortage in the Uni
oStates was admitted to have been
te deciding factor In the discussion
to change the committee's- embargo.
tn timates of the amlount of coal requt
mby the Cuban refineries varied,
lal officials believed the amodnt would
lal be sufficiently large to affect mater
"1 ly the 'American coal stocks. Re
'from the sugar shortage obtained i
er result of the exchanlge now permil
mite is expected to be -felt within the r1
of lox' sgpper at Waterloo.
At On FridayVNov, 14th, at 8 o'clocl
er-~ M., a box sipper will be given at
eat Waterloo graded school. The evex
c wvill 'be opened with an old time,<
We cert by the young ladies and get1
of men of the tdwn., The public is
(hally invited, 'No admission will
The Quinie That Does Not Affect the
~m, ecause of its tonic and laxative effect. T.
aT'IVE BROMO QUItNN is betterithani ordi
quinine and doesn not cusenerose
nInin head. Remnenber lihe funi nnmi
CLINTON NEWS. *
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Clinton, Nov. .11.--Miss Mary Ruth
Copeland of Winthrop College, spent
the week-end with her parents, 'Mr.
and '.\rs. A. '3M. Copeland.
,Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wilkes and \irs.
'1H. K. Aiken, of Laurens, spent Thurs
day in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Little, of Abbeville,
spent several lays last week with the
former's mother, Mirs. IEmma Little.
aMr. and 'Mrs. J. F. .Jacobs, .Jr., spent
Friday and Saturday in Columbia.
Mr. Wm. Dailey Owens spent several
days last 'veek in Greer.
Quite a number of people attended
the football game at Clemson last Fri
Mrs. J. F. ,Jacobs, .Jr.. entertained a
number of friends at a miscellaneous
shower last Tuesday afternoon in
honor of Mliss littic Young, whose
wedding is to take place in December.
Lots of useful and lovely gifts were
presented to the guest of honor by
Miss 11. Copeland. A delicious salad
course and hot chocolate were served
to the follofwing guests by Misses
Ethel and Ellen Copeland: '3esdames
W. -P. .Jacobs, Thos. 1). Jacobs, J. W
Copeland, Jr., Jas. Rt. Copeland, T. 1)
Copeland, Waters Ferguson, W. 11. Ow
ens, Jr., Jo(1 A. Chamiler, Kennetl
Ilurdette, John T. Young, 1W. J
Balley, Geo. A. Copeland, 'Misses Nanc
Owens, Evie 'Shands and 10mmil
'Miss Louise 11111, of Greer, Spent th,
week-end with Miss Melenee 'I'hornley
M\r. '1'. P. ('arson, of Greenville
spent Ihe/week-end wit li Mr. and rt
llale Sly nds.
.Mrs/ Ileury Winn and son. of (reen
ville, spent last Friday and Saturda
in tofn with friends.
Irs. Joe iT. Phinny, of Lauren:
spent last Friday with "Mrs. .Jas. I
Mrs. Tom. Robertson and daughte
spent last 'Tuesday in Greenville.
Mrs. J. Will Dillard entertained i
a lovely rook party last Saturday a
ternoon in honor of Mrs. Gary Dillar
f After several games of rook, a del
clous salad course with hot tea wt
I served to about forty guests. Mrs. Dl
lard was assisted in entertaining 1
f Mesdames 11. D. ilenry, M. J. MeFa
', den, Geo. Ellis, -Larry Dillard.
Mrs. Geo. Ellis entertained at
Y lovely reception last Thursday afte
0 noon in honor of 'Mrs. Gary Dillai
The guests were met at the doot 1
Mesdames .Lee young and J. I. Col
t'. land, and about one hundred gues
called during the afternoon and -we
(I served delicious block cream a
cake by Mesdames Thos. I). Jacobs,
J. amoFadden, Geo. Copeland, Miss
Maude Ellis and Nan L. Blalock; a
ecoffs by Miss 'Maggie Finney, a
to Mesdames Frank Gaddy and .1.
. Many Potatoes Stored.
le Nearly three thousand bushels of l
t- tatoes have been storedl in the n
s. potato storage wairehous~e, saidl
),Terry, tile ipresidlent of the comupr
b, yesterdlay. Tile owners of the new
3. terplrise wer~e verWy much graltifiedl
gthe Interest shlown by the farmers
s. it was built more with the idea of he
he0 ing tile farmers than with makint
th profit, ;.\I. Terry said thlat one s
ss of the warehouse is practically fil
on pndl thlat notice will be0 given wvhen
ry other side0 .will be openH so thlat mn
u- farmers may take adlvantage of it.
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i(NIGHITS 0r PYTHKIAS.
La rens 'Lodge
. 4 1 meo t next 10
day 19h at 8 o'cle
Memberg are urgeu
attend. V'isiting Kni11
let Work inl thlird (leg
Irs Ri. W. RmIGGS, C
Oil J. F. TOLBIERT, K of R. S.
re. MUST-A CHILD
oal B P~ALE?
"ll Pallor, "TlIredl outlness'" and1 Poor
petite Alm ist Always Remedled
ted by P ep~to-Mangan.
thet Buldhs U -the Bilood and Thus
to proy 's the Appetite and
-S rengths the Body.
but There I. but one legitimate ext
not for a pa e, run-down, listless e:
a-and tha is some serious diseasi
l-one or wie of the vital organs, .wI
lief our eo so, needs te prompt at
s a tion of competont physician. Ur
.ted such C Iiitlion exists, the weak, i
ext young 'r who takes no pleasure
'romp or playing can be very
tori hellped by a course of
tho shly dependable blood enril
an metral 10111e, Gudle's Pepito-3
e P. g his standailrd. remed'y for~ An<
the ( ih,~osssI has be, i cont ini
ing . :(seihed~ by phpilns all
n. world for neaurly thirty years
on- brt the weakened. wa'tory 1.
tle- is om m al cond ition. and thus11
org a p di, add color to pale
lihelk and imparlh'ttrngth t<
i hng prein fea~l
I\},'t~:' t RCG. .S. PA .orr
o Pture Ctto
Ke op)YU War
rfiu nde hs flff blnkt.Inx
sui.tal for 4 i every (.; bed. They .-:i ; U n - ar strong,
WllE no ochil hem. Eastr wah, le
Buy yours today, while our stock is comb
S.M..& E. H.WLKS
1Order Your New F
ndcr e uf Our immense nep
pre tment---the latest p
the prettiest st
Buy yorstdblack and white
Ore Y Nr v
fly S"uior Taeoat
mk. LA R N,-.C
d teorn, ndh hl
l iN o rfetelh Plat to eatke Ch0lpe bot e ton ha da, nl ll ero
im- Teelotricheatao rblhe d16thda of sn.tem o rbfoesi
p os t o hreer, wee9,s will en r h blod fimaliisr
iervothe di tin, andm acts a Geerirngts Ad
an miniTranix o f the estm ate wil the O. 1. 9
ma tho loer die e rs n d the Cffild wil the
the . erfege ofat Pr sat o aren counbtt, at
fovr 11 o'coc , . .,andonth s meda
to State of South ('aroliina,
lood INI.~~ SiC'l'lEII E 'i'.('oninty of Lautrents.
lii- i'ae otie hatontheitth ayofIN COUI/I' Oh' COM MON PiCNAS..
lip i~eeber 199,1 wlltenjet L f~alW. P. Wl 1, Plaintiff,
the ccouL. f myactsanddoins asAd-against
iga nutlit rtri o tlr. stae o \V . 1. N. lison, D)efendant.
tl~lt Moto, leeese~l it til offceuosth,1'.ti?[-''fkr~tree of the C~ot
the.1 ide o Polut ofI intns outyatin the above stated case, TI will sell
for 11 'cock ~. it. an onth si m (lty puli c ote ry to the hItgh est bidder,
plo-wil 'w~y fr af~nl dichage i-o iaurens C. ii., S. C., on Salesday
s" i mytrut asAdtlnitrftt'i. December next, being 'Monday the 1
5" t ny erotiIf~ihtCI o si~ esat (ay of the month, (luring the leg
is noifie and 'equred t mak1p'y honr fr s1ch sales,% t he following d
r line of new Fall and
-an unlimited assort
atterns and designs
ripes, checks, plaids,
mixtures and staple
ar order a high-cliss
$40 and $50
equaled as to price,
~e is Ready for You"
.s scribedl prope'rty, to wit:
11 All that lot, piece of parcel of land
e, situate, lying and being in JLurens
County, Southl Carolina, containing
seveni (7) acres more or less and
x. bounded bhy lands of .1. 11. Taylor, An
A nie MIlls, fTm Gboldsmiith, TPaylor
.. Street. and others. Also all that cer
tain lot or parcel of land lyig, heing
and situate in the above State and
Cou n ty conta inin g four (-t) ac rta mnore
or l ess andl bountded by lan ds of WV. C.
isalbb, ,J. C. ('ox, llev. Stanbaeck and
Sa net i ted h u rch.
Terms of Sale: cash. Putrhasr to
pay for pa pers, stamlups and reording.
rt If the terms11 of sale ate not. comp lied
aut with. the land to he re-sold on same or
at some11 stubseqiten t Sal ('sday on -amte
in t erms, at risk of former pur chia.;er.
5t C. A. P~OWI~)l1.
al C. C. (1. P. & G4. S., I2autrens, S. C,
n. ntcnA thIn Nov.r 11 1Q19. 1'7-1.-A