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* Local and Personal Mention. *
94r. M. W. iSenn, of Newberry, was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
'Mr. Frank Chappell, of Columbia,
has been spending several days in the
Mr. S. C. Wood spent the Thanksgiv
ing holidays in Gastonia, N. C., with
Mr. Edward 'McCrady, who is now
located at 'Birmingliam, Ala., spent
the week-end in the city.
Mr. and M1rs. 'J. Y. Garlington ar
rived in -the city a few days ago to
spend some tlime with relatives.
1lisses Annie -Bell, Bess and Julia
Childress retuined home londay af
ter spending several days in Cohimbia.
Mr. and Mirs. J. Ran Little, of Co
liimbia, speit the week-end In the
city with their mother, Mrs. .J. R.
Milss Louise' Fleming, of Greinwood,
Is spending several days in the city
with her brothers, Messrs. R. F. and
It. C. Fleming.
Mls. ~milic Harney, of Spartanburg,
returned home Tue(sday after spend
ing several days here with .1r. and
'Mrs. .J. F. Ilarncy.
Tr. T. C. Switzer spent several (lays
of last week and this week in Ander
son as a member of the petit jury in
the federal court.
Miss lary Burton, who is teaching
at Abbeville this year, speht Thanks
giving in the city with her parents,
Mr. and \ Nlrs. J. F. Ihrton.
Capt. B. L. Henderson of 'Ware
Shoals, Is spending several days in
the city with his son, M'r. Oscar Ilen
derson, and other relatives.
Mr. Roy Little, who has bee with
the Wells Ciardy Company for the
past several months, has res.igned to
enter the automobile business with Mr.
Joe F. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Coke Gray returned
Saturday from their honeylmoon spelt
in Florida and are now keeping house
at their home formerly occupied by
Mr. and Mrh. J. F. Tolbert.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert M. Tyler re
turned Sunday night from their
honeymoon spent in California and
are temporarily with the bride's par
ents, M.r. and 'Mrs. W. R. Richey.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franks have
returned from their honeymoon spent
in Atlanta and other southern elties
and are at home for the present with
the bride's father, Mr. S. M. Wilkes.
Mr. andN Mi's. W. .1). yrd and- Mr.
andIl Mirs. W. C. Byrd and children
went over to Ninety Six Thanksgiving
to enjoy a Thanksgiving gathering at
the home of Mir aid Mr1s. :Lawtonl
Miss Frances Thames, who has been
in IlIendersonville for Ile Past several
mont hs, is expected to arr'ive in the
city tihe latier part of the week to
visit Mr and Mrs. W. ii. Gilkerson
roi' several days.
The mant!,y lriends,. of .il. l'i1mvY C.
Rohl., fornierly pro0prietor. of lite Lau
reins 1 loteli, were~t glad to see( him In
the "Niy again this weck, le expects
to he her1 for ;eveiral days long eri. Mr.
Itohr' is -now' residing ini New York.
M irs [t hel I-a ngst on,* who has boon
wiithi time Wellhs Clardy C'ompany for
soim) t'Iime, hast res5ignedr her Position
thiere aiid taken a iplace at the EIlci'
pr'ise National lBank,. where Mr. Laum
r''.nm Ken nedy r'ecet1ly resigned to en
ter' buiniess for himself.
Mir. and Mirs. N. C. lInghes have huad
as t hiri guests5 foi' thle palist several1i
days 21rs. .11 ighes' sister', Mirs. Willie
Grieen Cohen, of Weldon, N. C., andi
Mr'. I lughes' sister', Miss Car'rie
Ilughes, of Raleigh. Miss 1 hughes ex
pects to leave today, bumt Mirs. Cohen
will i'emain for several (lays longer.
NOTICE TO 2
)hie ' I t I iute pap sit i
Iit adisle tom limiut iils adve
week, s it but w v.il tot pr)cint
Thi'. atin wuhtji ne'essily o
1safety poithnd ast the in'ee
wi chae are'. aet'.'etiu (ha
+ SOCIETY., +
The following account in the Atlanta
Journal of the marriage of ,Miss Edith
Leila -Hays to 'Mr. 0. D. Riddle,
which occurred in Atlanta Saturday,
will be read with interest here, Mr.
Riddle being a native of this county
and well known in Laurens:
A beautiful event of Saturday even
Ing was the wedding ofk.iiss Edith
Leila flays to Mr. Oscar DeBoyd Rid
die, which occurred on .Saturday cv
ciing at 9 o'clock, at the residence of
the bride's parentt Mr. and Mrs. C.
F. flays, in South Gordon street, Dr.
C. W. Daniel officiating.
'I'he house was elaborately decorat
ed with palms, ferns and vases of yel
low and white chr anthemunts.
'I'Te living room, 'where the cere
mony was performed, had an imipro
vised altar of palms, ferns, pedestal
baskets of white Eaton \chr'ysantih
mums and cathedral candlesticks with
whbite lighted tapers. /
- Before the ceremony irs. ). W.
ilowdenl, of . Valdosta, rendered a
musical programn and played the wed
ding march from Lohengrin.
There came first the niece of the
bride, little Aliss Jane White, who
woro a dainty frock of pinhc taffeta,
and the cousin of the bride, little
'Miss Virginia Garrison, whose dainty
frock was of blue taffeta, these two
little ladies carrying streamers of
white tulle caught with pink roses
and blue flowers, these streamers
forming an aisle for the wedding
'Miss Marguerite 'lays, a sister of
the bride, was first bridesmaid, wear
ing a gown- of a delicate shade of
green satin, in bouffant effect, caught
with Dresden flowers. She carried an
armful of dainty maiden hair fern tied
with pink tulle.
Then AMrs. W. .Y. iays, also a sis
ter of the bride, matron of honor,
gowned in orchid satin combined in
silver lace andi tulle in draped effect.
Her bouquet of maiden hair fern was
tied with pInk tulle.
Miss Onivia Riddle, also bridesmaid.
sister of thle groom, wore a gown of
pink satin, silver lace and fulle and
carried maiden fern tied with green
Mrs. 'Mark White, a sister of lhe
bride, and another matron of honor,
was gowned in yellow satin and gold
cloth trimmed in gold lace, her bn
quet of maiden-hair fern tied with
The little ring hearer, 'Master Oscar
Riddle, .r., was a (lear little figure
immediately preceding the bride, ear
rying the ring on the white saftin pil
Thle liid e eanme in with heir fathi'er.
Mr. C. F. flays, who gave her in inar
They were met at the aultar by lb'
groom and( his hest.' e-m ,M..\lr.l.1.
The bride wore a white duelhess
sat in, en train, the bod(1ice embroider
i'd in seed pearls and point lace. Iler
v'eil was of tulle with a panel of !)oint
lace worn wilth a coronet of oranre
blossoms. 'Ilier bouquet was of bridi's~
roses cascaded with swansonia.
Tihe "Angels' Serenade" was softly
played (luring the ceremony.
Mirs. C. F. 'H ays, the bride's mother,
was gowned in black satin and Geor
cSlrs. Plowvden wore a gowvn of jade
satin in bouffatnt effect caught with
pink ostrich feathers. Hecr tri n of
iiuntion Th'le A dvertt iset'r tiks
.ti( ing spaceI~ 'dP beini' next
rednelie our't(V i revenns blo w theii
ised~ prli(ce of niewspinmt pap~er
our' advert isinig rantes to ntinke
ti11ming niext week, I the 1 adver*
>er'l incih istead1( of 15 een'itts as
the ,size of' t he pa per .
i Ptti pice wats tmad(e to tnictet
'ni thle nenut e news pitper sititla
1 no0w tatke 'at'e ofl the( nmew
of' thIiis witina the past several
Ad~tise 'eevs'h ih
y' wher'e' it he'iomies nl(ecessary
imi11t set. Copnv 'i il w it nri'ves
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A GIFT THAT IS NOT SOON FORGOTTEN
Furniture gives a greater amount of pleasure to a greater number of people, for a
greater length of time, than anyother gift. Furniture is something which the whole
family enjoys, particularly if ,the selection is made when the novelties are sho .
There are hundreds upon hundred of appropriate gift-articles on our floors f- I e
one, fr6m Baby to Grandpa. You really owe it to yourself to see this display before
making your final selection. Our store has never been better stocked than at present,
and our furniture is selected with great care. It is in the latest and most popular de
signs---woods and finishes. A gift of Furniture will be a constant reminder for years
to come, and a source of comfort and satisfaction. Give Furniture this Christmas.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & COMPANY
Help Fight Tuberculosis by joining the Red Cross today.
THOMAS N.f NCP. Preseg(J4
WILLIAM S. HAPaT ,-17hark, Monroe
Opera House, Thursday, This Week
tulle was also caight With pilik os- Curd Il 'inis.
trich featihers. . W isi to vxii tss oii z (lee; appre
A recelption for ole hundred and cia li to those w ho So
fifly guests followed the ceremony. i'e and Sympathetic (11111ig Ilie ill
The bridal couple will have a loney- ess and of our lear Wife and
moon trip to Washington, Phi ladel hIii ia mother. May ( od bies cach a (v
and New York. crY one.
On their returniii they will be at home Brown ani li.
at .19 Ileachtree street.
Itecpltonl ils Ait 'elnoni. Quickiy Endi by It Pleasant, Ifcaillig
.lMrs. William L. Gray and .\Mrs. A. Antiseptic Air: Is( Breathe It.
Dial (;ray have Issied in vit at ions 10 a i r I yoiii in
haler which you canl get at Laurens
reception to he given tlis afterioon a Drug Co. or any reliahie diiggist. cn
he home of Ihe latter in honor of Alrs. etily he ca rued in iocket or purse.
It. Coke (Iray, one of the season's It wil last a life time.
brides. Into 01is Inhaler vou pour a few
II iops of thle pur Icti a i og4 oil of Iliy
1). A. It. teception. Thin oil is ahsoi W b.,., the antisep
le galt'ie wilthin dI iiow you .1ire
Th'le followving! unlique Invitations Iil ()'t VII
rdyto hreal lie in ovrhle ger
Were issIed 11h. week to a Ieceeption ii ft e(l nIiiihra s where it will
to be given by the I lenry Laiyrens
.1'dl heii I (ir f hliing
eli li er 1) A.U.,at li liin of 4I. cata iriial germis anid endinjg Cal arrii.
chapter, 1). A. It., at the homei of r.
W. Ii. Dial, at her home on \ 1$yoiel Is made of Wsisttalian ea
!yptlis (omlllinled V.ili othier iii l
.ai n Street, invitations going to 111em1- I I aet
hers of Ile chapter here and to tIe tis guaranteed to hanisl catarrli,
ellapter at Cliniton l: roliclitls, liiilieiuza, touisiii, soe
Ye Matrons and Maids throat, Croup, coughs aiid colds or
ilioiiey back. It oft en c Ieari oiit a
Iare requested to asseible shifled ul liea1 aid o ls clogged nos
at, the hospitable home of tills4iIl two
Mistress Alice Dial Complete out fit, ineliliig Inhaler
o te afternoon of December fouthni os ut.
on li aferoon(if~eenberfouthlit tle whilie extra buottles. If after
Anno Doinhii nineteen hundred and wards eleil, iay b outaied at aly
nineteen, druggist for a fewveeits.
from It heti hour of half after Iiree desired. t iA hse i)I) rid
until early candle light.
Wlrs. itvall, State Regent. New Trm of Endcarncnt.
It much dlist uirblil lIllyN 1.) haoe a
Box Supper. friend ldress his bnliy hinther t4 "A
A hox supper will lie given at the rltog mi.' "Ills 111iiievis Leigh
home of Mr. and .lrs. .1. A. Davenlport an I l ilot 1 1:1i1ib,' lie lI idt
for file hliefit of tle Cold I'oint school vonlun who P':ll114( flint It was but
Friday nig4ht, Decerm ber .t ih. The pub- A di ili- Naxt (iy Is
mother ldeahI oif exc ar ifg over
mite Iy ( borsiallts eac amde
Pzor Advice. Heard in Cambridge.
"Don't ;P'irry the first girl you fll Foi'.'i'i-i11 (valling up from curb)
in love with ; wait until you've Feen' I, muliigai, will yez step to tjL0
the iest." advises the Montgonery spokil' Wb"; 01 want to tell yea to
Advertiser. Yes, and by the time c (OWn.-Boston Evening Tnm
you've seen the rest someone will have script.
enrried off the one you. were in love
with. Doing Fine.
Diek , whiose faither dirives all rIkfO
Put Character Above All. oiie, Is 11t11h Intesled il the ope'
One of the sayings of tite lte J. 1'. I
Morgan that will be remmbnihered afteor tin of the esiteer. te clay
his art collection's gloris havei 1)n414 1 ied liii how 1119 It
forgotten, was "I will loan11 o 3 tie sister, winy wits sic witit lie flu,
amount of money It n man of char- I g ting ul1ztg, he replied "0 s
aeter, but nothin g to n min of ha < getting f 11114,;lhe' fever was
repute, no matter what his security.'' dowi to neta (tllgs u1fromi b)-g'
M i Mula, wl tpt h
Calomiel s a dangerous drug. It is
nscrcpry- ckSilver; and attacks your *
hones. T-co a dose of nasty calonel to
clay anid you wvill feel weak, sick and nau
seated tohorro s. Don't lose a day's
Tame "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead
Tlero,'q mny guarantee! Ask your Jback to (t(! store and get your money.
druggist for IL bottle of i)odao's Take i spoonful of tearmles , vege
Liver Too.. and tak' a Rpoonful to- table nsodson's Liver Tone tonight and
nijght. If j itosn't, start, )'(o1r liver wake up feeling great. It'a perfectly
and strai..atez you right up better 1armless, so give it to your teildren
than caloiel aind without griping or any Catm. Tt 'an't raivated so let
making you sick T want you to go tlem veat anyting afterwards. wa
Co0le A ero"8
An unusual oppor anit-yfo dr a man
of initiative to sdeohise nationally ad
vertised Automobile in Laurens
Cothran & Putnam
Distributors forGreenville, Pickens, Oconet
and Laurens Counties
Greenville, S. C.