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* LoCl aand Personal Mention. *
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Miss nlna ;Gray of AshoVille, N. C,
18 visiting her cousin, Mrs. Chas. H.
Dr. and Mrs. 'L. A. Wilkes and chil
dren,-of Biridgeport, Conn., are guests
of Mr. 'Mf. Wilkos.
-MIrs. E. W. 'Blackmon has returned
home after spending a week with 'her
parents li Columbia.
'Mr. J. iL. 'Pison, the Greenwood
real ;estate "wizard," was a viritor
in the city yesterday.
,Calvin Teague, Robert Aiken and
Cabell Garriett came down from
Davidson last week fleeing from the
The 'Daughters of the American
.Revolution will meet Friday after
noon at 3:30 o'clock with .Mrs. Brooks
Aliss L11a Todd has returned to the
city after spending several weeks in
Columbia as the guest of Gov. and
Mri. 0. 13. Simmons went up 'to Da
vidson College a few days ago Ito visit
his son, Pinckney, who has been sick
Miss Vivian Huff, who is teaching
at -Bamnberg, spent' the wedk-end In
the city with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Aug. Huff.
Mr. and Mrs. 10. P. Minter leave
Thursday for New Yo'k where Mr.
Minter goes to buy spi'ing goods for
the .\linter 'Company.
Mrs. T. 1). Darlington has returned
to the city after accompanying Col.
Darlingtoit on a bsiness tip'through
Floida for several weeks.
Mr. 1,. D. Easterby is still confined
to the hospital on account of influenza.
It is understood that he is getting
along as well as could be expected.
'Mr. Thos. I. Iasterby left yester
(lay for Atlanta to attend a conven
tion of Dodge EBrothers dealers. lHe
expects to be gone for several days.
Mr. S. M. \Vilkes has retuned .from
the northern markets where he 'has
been buying furniture and other goods
for S. -M. & 10. 11. Wilkes & Company.
Miiss Fannie Garrison and Mrs. 'W.
D. Franks were called suddenly to
the bedside of their mother, who i8
seriously sick at her home at Gray
Mrs. .1. If. Hutson and little daugh-.
ter, Elizabeth, recently of klontgPmf
ery but now on their .way o Green
ville to make their home, are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Todd.
Reports from the bedside of Mr. M.
. Owings, wvho is an Infiuenza iatient,
state that he is not getting along as
well as could be hoped. Some con
cern is felt over his present condi
Mi. Ilyman lburey and entire family
were stricken with Influenza last week
and have been i, the care of nt-ighbors
during the trying period. Mr. Lurey
vas quite sick for several days, but
"A no0w some better.
Mrs. John P. Holt Was called to
Greenshoro, N. C., Saturday morning
In account of the seious illness of
her daughter, iM rs. I". P. TPatumr, .who
has iluienz'a. Since arriving t here is
was leanedQ~ that ini additionl to Mr ls.
Tat um all the child(1ren hmave al1s0 takl
enIth d1 (isease.
Mr. I". M. (;rissette 1, (editor' of tihe
Woodlruff NXews, was a visitor in the
city yes5terdnay anid paid( a pleasant
call at The Advertiser otlce. 'ffr.
Griissette is a nat ive of GeCorgia, bunt
likes Woodruff so well that he is ready
to make it. his pernmanentt abode. He~
is giving the people' up that sidie a
very attrmact ive -aper'.
Rev. S. II. Tleampleman. who hais
been in the Steedly hospital for sev
eral weeks, is still confi ned there and(
has not had -The rapid recovery ex
peted fromt time natunre of the opera
tion he undl~'ewet. lie has htad rath--~
er hbri in tempratuore for the past few
(lays and Is not resting in comi~fort.
Dr. J1. S. 1)ill, of Gr( en vil le, occupied
his pulp1 it here Sunday, preaching an
eloqiuent sermon to ant attenitive con-'
DEATli OF 4UYltUM BAILlEY.
Pronmine'nt, Young 'Husinests Man of
(linton Died Early Snday Morning.
-W. Cyruis Bailey, only son of 'Mr.
and Mrs. Williiam J. Halley, of Clin
ton, died at his home in Clinton Sun
day morning after an illness of about
twvo weeks, lie was first nick of in
fluenza, from -which he almost recov
ered, but later suffered a relapse when
he expOsed himself too early in his
eagerness to retnrn to his duties in
town. -He dieveloped a masioidl trou
ble, fronm whlich he had suffered be
fore, and dath camne rapidly after
this. Funeral services were held at
'Mr. 'Ualley wvas' one of the most
prominent young business men of thin
section, as well as one of the best
l.iked by those whio knewv him and his
(death came as a great shock wherev
er' he was known. A fely yearn ago ho
wans marriedl to 'Miss Marion Fleming,
of Augusta, G'a. Site and two small
girls survive htim, besides htis par
ents, his gmndfathter, Mr. 'M. B.
Dailey, and a widle connection of rela
1Wda I 'Clinton and vicinity.
Gov. 'and Mrs. Co)per Entertain.
(From The COhmunbia State.)
The executive mansion presenteki -a
brilliant scene last evening when Gov.
ernor and Mrs. Coolper received in:lton
or of the general assembly of South
Carolina. It was the first official en
tertainment which the governor and
his wife have given and wiil 'be nun
bercd among the handsomest functions
of the sort for iwhich the 'historic pid
mansion has been the settling. 'More
than 400 invitations wereissited to the
legislators and their wives, 'the state
officials and their 'wives, the trustees
of state institutions and treir -wives
and the clerical corps in the capitol,
and although the influenza epidemic
kelit away a number of persons there
was, nevertheless, a large 'attendanceq.
Never has the mansion '*heen ar
ranged more tastefuly or effectively
for a reception and the handsome new
drawing room furniture and hangings
gave to that room a heightened air of
luxury and comfort which was very
charming. The whole lower floor of
the house was thrown open and con
verted into a bower of pink roses be
ing used in such profusion as to meet
the eye at every turn anIl fill the air
with their soft fragrance. They bank
ed the mantels, filled vases on tables
and cablinets and furnished the cen
terpieces for the massive old side
board and the tea table in the dining
room. Candles in old fashioned sil
ver candelabra and candle sticks
burning every'where and the electric
lights in chandeliers and wall 'brack
ets were fitted with pink shades.
The palms were grouped effectively
in the hall and in the corners of the
rooms reaching almost ceiling high.
and they also filled the first places ex
tending up to the rose decked man
The guests were greeted in the front
Jll- Py the local members of the gov
efing)'a staff--Colonel tMoffatt, It. A.
hilrdd. E. E. Lucas and Fitylhugh Mlc
.aster--with whom Mrs. William
b~ank10Mrs. Childs and Mirs. James A.
HI9yt received, and they were intro
4-e. - to the receiving party in the
1a43,ng - room by Mr. Me[Master and
Receiving -wlth lGovernor and "Mrs.
Cooper were the state offieers and their
wvives and1 the governotes secr'etary,
James Derleux. The charnting first
lady of the state wore a gown of apri
cot satin with a bodice of silver lace
and touches of turquoIse blue, ending
in -i blue otitrich ornament at the side
Also in the drawing room, mingling
among th' guests and helping to en
tertain were MIss Agnes .\lcMaster,
Mi's. I). S. Pope, .\1r. Wilmot Davls
and aMIrs. lohert I) -Earle.
In l-e dinIng room %iss .-\ l-C a1le,
Mrsa. Virginia Gl. .Moody, .\ias Wil Loui
C ray, Misis C'liaa Yarborough anid M iss
Ruth Ilagwell received and iresiding
a1t thle extiisitely appinted t ablie 'vere'
Mr's. Elettzhugh 'McMast er antd M.'~
Gleoi'ge .\ eCutchien. 'Thle table. spreadl
wvithi a Mladei ra cover over pinmk , had
in the ceniter' a hugh si lvei' vase of
in k roses and there were four tall
('rystal candlesticks holding jmink can
dlies. At opposite ends wvere' hand
somell sil ven coffee services.
Th'le chandelIer above was rtrimed
ini aspa-ragus1 fein and spink roses andl~
lie 1Ix'hts had pink shades.
Ae'ross thle halli in thle l ibrary M~ir.
and 'M rs. IEdwadc S. Cald well and '.\r.1
andh Mrs. Yong Vance'( reC('ivedl, andl~
punch w~as ser'ved from a large cii
glass howvl by a group -of young girls
who also mIngled amnong the guests in
he various rooms, adding to thei life
and briight spirit oif the evening. Amiong
these wer'e: Misses lless l lamby, Wipl
nie Mic'Mastem, Susie Kipard, Carollne
Vance, Helen W~ise, CecIl Allen, Pecarl
Clardy, Virginia l..neaster, Portia
Seabr'ook, M~argarei Marion and Sarah
In the music room where an orches- a
Itia furni shod harmonious accom pan I- 3
meat to the hum of conversation, there
were receiving: .M~ayor' and Mi's. Bha
lock, (Gen. and Mrs. Wilie Jlones, Mr. ~
and Mis. William W. Dall, 'Mrs. Coma ,
Cox Lucas, 'Mrs. Kate McMaster, WVood- a
row and Thomas I. Swygert.
This ev~ning 'Governor, and Mrs.
C'oopeir will give a luivate r'ceptiion
to their' friends, to which several hun
dIredi invitations have been Issued.j
Mtatchiing in brilliance the reception ~
whIch (Gover'nor' and Mr's. Cooper gave I
Thurisday evening at the executIve S
mansIon in honor of the general as
seimgly, was thme one last evening at I
wl:hih they received several hiundr'ed r
of their friends fronm Columbia 'and I
elsewhere i the state.
The nlame lovely setting of pink
roses, pink shaded lights and banks of \
tall palms was used, making of the X
lower floor of the mansion a fragrant C
goweir of fiowecrs and soft radiance and 3u
futhinhine a satiiinhin backgrounrd for Ir
he handsomely gowned ass9emglalge of
ulests. Anl orchestra played all even
nig In the mustic .roml and the house
vas thronigedl wvlh Callers dur11ing the.
nltire( time of receiving, the affair he
ng one of the largest and most nota
)10 private entertainmntus givn)i
Iteceilviing with) Govcrnlor an1d'.l.
.ooper in th ra\in oim were:
I le-ra] Rlead, commanderivi of Cam
dlacsn n \r.RaP igt
lie harsIomer Blackell fc g.ae r,
Mress. Aope oretr aealfl CVown
g ial ytlwhrgte mui 1Oi nlembroe
n thlvrnd orni aete-dwinthep
iTihe tguet oer reeete in the hll
nd Ol hofit the rwn ototby
aes C.it Dertihnmgoeis eri-i
wyegert S. u ii (:.\Irnr.r and M\irs.
;Assisting the drawLing roomwre
rt a . Icle, d Mrs. Wiailot Dais andV
J rm i and M rs. u Popel, Ms lr
aint tablei al in Vsink 1' and (slver
:rth a rea gof .\ adeiora emoId.ery
ve pinkd ' wre Mrs Kate~ 'MMastr.
L!( ~Ifner 1fWin hac ellrng inh in
)gro r r. and M\irs. ii .I ~iCae.W.ar
onMs. T.pe H.oiser Dr aendt Mrs. gO.
r. ad Mrs.ye rank giC. Witihrer
Acrogsts ereletl in the lirr here
mnch sliwas intoe th osaie receiving3
ate and rt a10,. S. UCdwel Mr. and
irs.yoeph . Ntt~leasr Mr. and Mrsa.
bome nch.e unhadotews
;asedding i the eliveng Mione
rg:inia ALaser, G~&las e.MSith
asley, Louie Aull, .\largat K~aluhd
ara fh and MryI.S Currel.ineM.
ilasite Ktharie, allodrown idilerh
verin, wrh ri. Karge MMa--e
ro, Ruthmmagl, Creaiv rboroghein
riglon Wee Pear il Clrd ian C. cI r
onD~r. and Mr. Fllery Ar. xandr0
Oit, Mrs. oA . Knowl and
ir.randa Mr. an Mr. Giterg.\.
At<.hn,ss ie l ae irand Mhiss
atha wit ereved tins theimuinc
re that will -not only give years and years of service, but
o be a source of constant pleasure, furniture that you will
to live with day after day, year after year. Our spring
All offer you .every advantage. ~ A more complete line,
yselected from the most reliable makers and our prices
lowest to be found, quality considered. We invite
up&y. ?New gooats arriving daily.
1.& E.H. Wilkes &9Co.
'm bM UP|a
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Sixteen Years Experieice
perflee t hev 1111 steel th al goes into( eve'ty part of t he il ' old vI- inl ilid - IX.-d oIll.
'l l Truclk. I.'Ach separate part luis beenl sa1ih i- to h-arnl thev ty ~e ,I* st1cel best'
fitted four it. irts receiving ionlsan surill lave-w(ear l- inile o hd. .id. ()I
metll; irts suib.Jted to great vibr-ation or resi)ece arv mode of so't t1- 1iin
steel. l 'v Iart is mallde neording 1o its Use that is, every (ienuinue Pord palt ii s
Biu there are aiso voutiltefeit " Iord'' piar-. 'These imit-iouis al-e iinde bv coil
Vernls ill no1 way conlovedl withl the Pordl.\lbolr ('mpamy' andl retiled 'Is s ideli;11 byv
ni:li0-41'(der' holuses, dowi-town stores. m nid y .X1IaIes. The unsspelqsl inlu cistonli
er et' s tem1(1vl beause hy arle (lled% 'Xon'' Pl-ts. To make si-e ot' get IiP'
Ihe geuiline ForI-lcl jmrts, buy thenil nly l'rni \tlhiorized Foid l)ealers. I.ik.
wise brintr or take your* Foi e ill our garae b'm-epii-, r11el.s Ii)"l
W'\ an-e Autho14rizedl Pond DealersN. W4. een suipply You1 with ll ' r"Id parl' Im
ith I ' a' ssengter va rl, Or truck . .\ 11(1 o ilu r ' I p .-;i 4e guilpp ed to -i" -. -o l lo r I s .CV i
in all 'j repair' work.
List prive reih T-:x .Delivered
....475.00 $:35.r: $1959 $5:, 07
l.. ...bou -- -.-- .- . .... .... ....... 5 00.00 :35.53 20.63 561.11
i .... .... ---- -- .... .... ..... 525.00 35.51 21.66 587.114
Coupelet ---- ---- ---- .--- .... ....... 750.00 35.53 :1).94 821.42
. . .. . . . .. . . .. . 875.0 F) 5 6.09 95 1. 57
Truck -- - --- --- --- .... .... .. .... 5 o.00 35.53 '13,69 60410M
W. C. WALDROP
E. Main Street Laurens, S. C.
NO'l'ICE' OF LOST STOCK. 20th ay of Pebri'y6 1920, to Make Ow same timeit h il
returins of persouia I ;roperlY 3'l flhl liiiI ttl of worinvla I lie i on a eloo:I11
NotIce Is hereby given that Certill- tranfs of rea Istate. fot taxation tees, ionli and a(' ex
ate No. 1058 for live shares of the All uiIl s lwetii (lie ages cep: ecl 1rood laX.
Ommon Stock of tle Watts Mjills 1s- of 21 and GO yva o I or
tied to J. W'. Ml iter on May 9, 1914, (IllY. eeJ)i hoat' who a ic1 pable townsoilj ando mimber ((C 5(io) Iis
as been lost or mislaid and that 1 or eaunig it support ftoin 1)e1ng rivis; a soat wilt'liol o is
'ill apply for a new ee rtilcate In its inn hued or fl'o't l causes ale 4iiii-it t i i tow (r co ii' ] ot,
tend at tle offilee of Ilie Colitlol deciiel polls, ooirfeporatte veterans iiont, or parcel of l M1.41 vn
n or after Thursday March 4th, 1920. excepted. rer(1 eparately.
7-61t .1. It MINTliR. Also all tale citizemi: betw(vii t ire to make ret oil 0 ensona prop
- ages of IN8 and i on tilie I st (lay (If erty and1 2(0 ver eont onil!a~r of
.tanutlary, 11,21, a vable to at road tax teal estate.
A88ES.%OWVS NOTICE 1920. 01 $1.50 nil( are ;'e ured to make After te 20.1 of 1"brinrv 7to pei
(luring the time above specifled and cent peimly wili bie attached'for fall
The auditor's office will be open their refuin of ,!aie to the Auditor J. W. THO.P-SM,
ros thn first (ay of January to the shall pay to the aoalny Treaurer at 20-are ("01l1111 Auditor.