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* Local and Personal Mention. *
-Mr. and Mirs. 'Lawson Wilson, of
Cross Anchor, spent the #'ly in the city
- r. Paul Simpson, of GlCnni Springqj,
was a -bitpInegs. visitor in the city
.Aliss Sarah Dorroh and \iss ' Ina
Little spent several days last Week in
r. .laies L. .Brown, of (enville,
-was a business visitor in the city
.\lr. John Ya boruigh, of Cross An
chor, Was in tIC city oin business
-Mr. Tom l I iendierson and limily
splient the week-end in Anderson visit
.Nr r. P . Ml ilter slient suve'al (lays
.in A sheville las;t week visiting .lra.
Ml inter, Who i, undergoing treatment
.lMrs. Marie Owens, of ('linton, spent
th! wveli-mtd with .lr. and .li'. l. H.
John W\lkes is back at htis.Job at the
laundry after l'ecovering from an otmer
ation which he recently undenwent.
.irs. . Ralph Terry and little daugh
ter, Sarah Frances, returned home 'Frl
day after visting relatives Iin Rockiig
ham, N. C.
Ali.. .1. .I. Collier, of Plum 'ilranch,
has recently arrived in (the city to take
a -position with the Wharton Clothing
Alis. ). U. Ruckman, of Staunton,
Va., arived in the city FridavM to spend
some time With relatives in 'the city
Alris. L 1N. 1llur1ns, who has beena un
(ergoig treatment at the Steedly hios
pital, has returned home very much
improved iln health and the Iindicat fis
are that she will soon be entirely re
.\r. Him man S. Joyd, Who has 'been
with Alinter Company for several
years, left last week for Anderson,
where he has accepted a position in a
.I\,. and Mrs. E. 11. Wilkes and Airs.
Marie Owens, of Clinton, motored to
G(Ireenwood( and Ninety Six .\ionday,
Alr. \Vilkes havir: husincss engage
ment. in both places.
. Airs. .1. J. Smpson has returned to
the city from Anderson hospital, m-here
Mihe recently wenmit for surgical treat
men t. I ver friends will be glad to
know that she is very much improved
Mr. Tom T. Heid, of G Irenslboro, N.
C., and -lir. Coy 11id, of Puman Ilni
wvisity, we're her' y.:tcrday to auiend
the Al.\i ail-lidi~i weling W.
Alisses 'Wilie and O!ytiia joner,
spent s(vr'il days last wam k In Colum
hia, having gone down to s M .\liss ilm
mif1e 'L]Alu Wash ingt on, Who is attIenld -
inl- Chicora college.
.\r. Charlie Allen, !hi evang'li.;tic
singer 1, Aith IRev. Gylisy Jmi, .1r.. who
is now at G reenwood. '-pent Fridlay
night with Alr. and .Alt1s. L,. M. Peach
Satur idamy ini I .auitrns with fr'iends.
R1ev. Smcithm is exileCtedh to visit .\lr.
and 'Pdirs. liacham I ile coing Friiday
night andt~ may come up to) the city also
the followinig (lay.
NE:(itoEs $TAIlIT C.\.iP.\IGN
i"Olt IIOSPlIT.L FUND)
lleting of ('olored Pastors (alled for
:Fr'iday Morning of TIhisi Week to
Rev. .M. A. ('unn 'ishat, chitJm':an
'of thle comm ittere frpm *he Tumbling
Rihona I I): p1 it Assoeia - ont, i'oloied, to
riis(' the fmind( of $1 ..000 to sutppllemnent
The' gift of the la te .\irs. Coinn ia (Gih
lion for ci (olored hiospmitIal, hias M .tueti
I le folowingp alr'eaI to colored iwork -
ceis toi nacet at theii '1 ethel c A. .\l. lF.
clhurmch F'rdiay moring of thc's w.eek:
Tro thle Pitbl ic in G ener al:
The Ttc imbling Sh"!oals Acseaint in, in
its stinimial session at Princeton,
Voted iman imotisly to putt forthI a
stren'fuOus (effort to ra'ise a piro-r'at a
shar ie of rhe flfteen thiousandr dllas '
towvard1s sntp~leimenting the e'leven'i
thousand dlollars given by Mirs. (Rib
hcon to eleoct a hospital for' coloi'ed
leOpleC in L.aurenis county.
'Wea are ankiny, thme paistor. and <one
lnyman from eevery chure.t in [L4tu
ren county to ineet Sni the et th A.
'ti. F. ~hurchl, Lni'irens. Prtday, Oct.
15,, at 1I o'(hock S. mi. 1o conalsder sonic
plans foi' raliing the mtoney. We will
he thankfuil for atn' advice or assist
suer ciii wh;lece f:'!ends may iender' un.
Y'ours for the cause.
M. A. Cuinninghaim,
(Chamtan of thle Comi ttre.
Jnmes Siuicky Says, "Rtat ('uot Me
$125 Por Phm umhling hills."
"We couldn't tel what .it clogging
upi our toilet and dirai . . We hiad to
tear' up floor, ,pip1 , c., round a i rat's
nest in basement They bad choked
the iip'.1 wvithi in use. 'The plumbher's
bill was $125. RAT-SNAP ce(anied
the rodent ont." Three sizes, 25c, 65e,
and $1.25. Sold and guaranteed b~y
Laurecns U~ard ware Co., Ptitnamn' tD-rug
Store, and Kennedy 'Blros.
Your coal 'goes a long way when
'be rnod in Colgan tfot Diast Heaters,
They are fuel. savers.
A wedding of mucli interest to many
friends throughout the state was sol
emnized at the home of .lr. and Mrs.
W. H. McPhail yesterday evening
when their daughter, .liss Lola .\lc
Phall, was joined in marillage to MY.
.\lace Frank fieid.
Promptly at "U o'clock Mi:s Sarah
1ult desee ged tie stairway to the
strains of %tlie 'Liohengrin wedding
Imarch, rendered -by Mrs. .\. L. Roper,
4where she was joined by .\lr. Joseph
Coy Reid, brother of the groom. Miss
Bolt was attlired Iin a striking gown of
orclid taffeta and carried a bouquet
of' ink Columbia roses. Next came
the ring bearer, little .\liss .\ary
BIroolks IIariey in a dain ty drfss of
silver lace with a fluffy how of p'2i;
itle catught with pink roschuids and
carrying the iing in a silver -basket.
She wias followed by the lride who
entered on the arm of her only sister,
Miss Lucy lPhaill, the groom being
met at tho altar with his best man,
Mr. Roy B. Owings. The bride was
handsomely gowned in Duchess satin
trimmed in Pilincess lace and pearls.
Her veil was caught with pearls in an
l'gyptian effect. The maid of honor
was dressed ii green taffeta trimmed
with gold lace. The, ceremony was
then' performed by Rev. Samuel -1.
Templemuan, pastor of the First Bap
t ist chu rch,
After the happy couple had been
showered with congratulations, a re
ception was held .by .\lr. and Mrs. .e
.Phail in honor of the bride and groom.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Al. Burgess, Miss
M.Iartha Owings and Mr. 'Shell .lcDan
ei Imept the guests at the front door
vild direceled them to the living room
where Dr. and Mrs. Rtolfe 1. Flughes
dir'eetCd thiei to the ceremony room.
-Ilere they were cntertained by Capt.
an(d Mlrs. W. II. Richey and Mr. and
.i's. J. F. Harney, From here the
guests mere directed to the dining
room where ,.\1r. C. M. Clarke cut
cream and .\l's. .lohn F. Bolt cut cake,
Mr. and .\Mrs. IL. Connor Wuller aii(
-r.Go. S. .\lcravyv assist'ing in en
'tita il111ig. M1isses Amy Wolff, Alpluha
Uolt, Ruth .lcAlister dtd Viigin'a SuI1
I Ivan served. From the dining room
iho guests were directed to the hall
where Misses Martha Ow.ing.j and
TJul1in Childress and Mr. Pack Childress
served punheli and .\Misses Elizahethi
Young and Carolyn Fleming and Mr.
'Tomn i'nsterly Oassiste dinl entertain
inm< . Ali.\-. i; Childress and Mr. An
thn tille:' pre lrild over tle bride'r.
bslwhile M.\b and .\rs. T.C.Hl
entertained in the girt room.
T''e house was bMea ifuy decorated
r:2:: oces;1ion. Thle ceremoly room
was decorated in Iv a nd ferns with
1i hted candles easting a soft glow
over the :dretty scelie. The dining
!,oomfl was prettily decoratled in pink
(liian ind ferns while the living
room was in golden r'ods and(1el hry
sanuthem umls. The library .was deco
r'atedl with pot plants andl Cut !lowerr.
'-aturday ' morning .\lisses hhi'ilci
nndi ',larthnr. Owings ('ntertainied( for
.lliss lhola McPhail. The gameof"-"
'ervedl saihil and co11'ee. The guest of
hionor' wa:s civen a handsome. bottle of'
'berfume i. Mhisses f)Ia 1. [in! and I ) .
Iitigton, thrmee other .bridles-elect pr'es
emit, werei each given daiinity 'handke: r
Tlhe followvi n: accounat of t:he mar1
iage' of .\1i5a 1ael GrayC 13, f(Jrirly'
cat here w~hei'e she has vislited and
hias many 13 fr'iends and rla-tivte. Atng
thioseo wvho atte'nded thle JXveddinxg was
hrii (ousinI, Mr's. Charles Hi. Rounds,
who as spendlinhg-thle summer1 I ini Sa
ilda st te time:
t'oing as a comiplete' 5iurprise to
ua:y' fr!i(end~s in A shevillIe is the anm
iiouneet~luent oif the 11 m'rage of M1iss
Lucille Griay, daughter of' Mr'. and
Mrls. W. ii. Gray, of this city, to Mr,.
George Wyman, of .Boise, Idaho. The
rweddcin'g -took place last evening at 7
o'clock at the handsome honie of the
I.:ride's piarents, No. 2 - lowland roadl,
1Rev. IL-r, 19. K. M6Lar'ty, '.-astor of the
C'entral Me (thocdist church, oilleiatling,
in the presree of a smlallI gatnher'ing
of friends anid relatli's. ri'he house
was esptecially airranged~ for' tile ocea
sloon wh iiquant ities of ilarge p1ink and
white dali a'. Mr. (ray gave hiis
dlaugterA im ma~riage.
Tll 'he)bride w~oreC a sumart tail lieurI of
midnigh t blueII trIimmelid wVithI (1 qrr'ei
and a chic' hl of gray wth gray ge
esfor'ies. lie Ic: lage was of bride's
in oses. 'The 001 tCen dant was ,Miiss
.Marthla Gray,aggter' of the -bride.
She was gowned 4n. a cream.-georgette
frock and carr'ied an armful ot sun-.
bur'st roses. Mr. Wyman hind as his
best man, Mr'. John Miills, of Gr'een
ville, S. C. Miss Kate Laxton render
ed the wedding music. Immediately
foilcrwing the ceremony there was an
informfal recepltion. During the oven
ng Air, and 'Mrs. Wyman left for I
Boise, Idaho, -where they will make
heir future home. Alrs. 'Wyman is thI
)ldest daughter of Ir. and Mrs. Gray
nd with her parents had been making
Asheville her home for the pant year,
.oming here from .Woodruff, S. 1.
Bhe is a graduate of Converse College,
Spartanburg, S. C., and has a wide ci
Mle of friends in this state an vell as
ticr native state.
Wednesday morning Mlisi Pattie
Wilkcs entertained .in honor of Miss
Miargaret Dal, one of the fall brides.
After lilaying a iuntiber of gaines of
12, the hositeas ser'vcd a delicious salad
ourse witih. leed ten. Miss Diall was
pi-eented a lovely gifrt for her trous
iCal. Tihe home was beautifully dec
rated with a. t mass of cut flowers and
potted pilants, making a very 'retty
ietting for the occasion.
0 0 0
.\liss Carolyn Fleminlg delightfully
nI tettai hned at a 'brd1.e lutnchewon1 oil
ulrl Isday morning for .lisa Margaret
Dial, a bride of the week. There were
five tab les of players. After several
rounds orfbridge the cairds Were laid
1[1(de and a dellio us five course lunch
on was served on the (ar1d tabl.'s.
There were thbree of the fall ides
present, Nlisses Loli .icPh.al1, lany
V. ,Sarh Do!, ad li
Flemiing presented each of them withi
a lovely- hand made handkerchief.
Aliss Dial was given-a beautiful silver
.Irs. .Jerome Christolher entrr.
talined Thu1l rsday afternoon in henor of
.\Miss Darlington and .\liss Dial. The I
house was, beauitrtfully decol atd in
fall Ioses anid zinnias. The game of
-12 vas enjoyed after which the host -
ess was assited In serving by .\Mrs.
1i. K. Aiken and .\ir. W. D. Ierguson.
The guests of honor wvere presented
With dainty pieces of lingerie for their
0 o 0
Fiday moring .\liss liebecca bake
(itertainled for Miss h'ley Vaice Dar
lington, whose veddinlg to Mr. 10cdward
'Me''rady of Greenville takes place the
early part of November. There were
live tables of bridge and forty-tswo.
After several hands the hostess seive(l
a delicious salad course with coffee,
assited by her sister, 3.\s. lhinny,
Aissses Margaret illial, Sarah 1olt and
Lola .\lPhail were each presented
with dainty little tea balls and the
guest of honor was given a lovely sil
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.1irs. Farnest. Macheni entertained -
the "42" Club Friday afternoon. Thiiere
were five talcs of players. Tie
hostess served a temillpting salad
courise with hot chocolate. .\l s. iiear' t
and .\ r.. leKemmiii o :ssisLed the
o 0 0
M1rs. W. P". Aliig chatperoned sevei)
eleventi girade giils, including .\iisses
Ntuncy Meang, .\auga ret Lake. Ileatrice
Babb, Dorothy Fairey. Caroline
lolmes, :Lteora 'iinunt eri, and Il 'anor
Mliler, accopianied byfacu k Illidgens
ats diver to thle f'ootbhail gamte in A hhe
villec Friday. On the way home they
stoppedC~ in Graeenwoodec to hiear Rev'.
(iypsy .SmiithI. All say3 the(y haud a
miost. ('njoya ble .time.
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On S'aturiday3 afternuoon, October' ),
A.iiss lRnth .\lcAllister dlelightfutlvy- en..
ter'tained in honor of three fail brides.
.\lisses 14)lai .31cPhailI, Sarah itolt, andc
.iargaret D ial. The color sehiemie of
red and~ areen was taatefulily Carriedl
ou t in decorat ions anad refr'eshinienu.
D2uruing t ho a fter'noon progressiv e
hear its wer t''li ayedi. fThe host.?s pre:
sent'd flhe htonor' guiests wit h su itable
tokeCns of thle occasion--framed mnot.
toes on "Frniendship." A temtain g a I
iad 'oursea( was $(erved.
' ' o o 0
A1irn. WV. I . iFergu itsonli ntra inedth
biridge cliib on S:a trday aftertnoon.
There were six tables of phayrs.
After thle enrd~s liee l aid a sidae I .
hiostesn, asisted byv .\lr as. P'hristopIhi-r.
'311rs. .taamies Taoddl andi Al iss iDa-'i
toin 5erve d a lovely sal ad courstie withI
NOTl AN lM4)i,ATEu~D (.ASic
Tcany Niil a'r ('ases Ina ~ai anueaas aid
Tb is aIt utens mtan's story givuen here
is not an isolated ('ase by3 aany lieans;
week .af-ter' week. year after y'ear, our
eeghb!or's atre telling similat'oo
newst. A Ik you r ieig hhot. oi
-. W. IHenaderson, S. liper St.,
la:urens, sa:.s: "'-Iy h idneyv. t ere
'.ad!V dlfiier'ed and I suffered'u feo:ut
'- inin the simall of nly bacV acruoss
mIy kidneys. I felt nervous ail out
--ou'. and amy kidneys (1idn-t a('t an
they. shotuld. I woulId have di:-zy spe IIs
*ud a duall ache ini the hack of .av
hezad. There yensi aL 5('diment in the
tions, too. I suirely was in tpret.
5e sape i re4ad of D~onn' Kidatney
ii s anad bought a box at the Lsuirena
Dru-tg C'o. D~oan's ioin ied lately reclIieved
'and soon1 flxed me 4aip In line
shape.'' (Staltment. giveni Novembher
On -Aliarich 2ti. 1918 i'. Hernder'5on
said; "'I have had no uase' for a kid4
''' remedy since 'Doani's Kidnecy
Pilig~ eniredl me, I know 'Doan's arec
;sut as rep1resentedl andl am glad to
give anotheir endloirsement."
600c. at all dealers. Foster'-.\ilburn
Co.,'\lfse nuffalo, N. v
. Willys-K night
"We could not possibly have taken this action unless we felt
thoroughly justified in anticipating reduced costs of materials,
against which '*conditions our companies have made provision," said
Mr. John N. Willys.
OLD PRICES NEW PRICE
Touring 1- $11 55 Touring . . $ 995
Roadster 1155 Roadster . .. 995
Coupe - . - 1745 Coupe . . 1565
Sedan - - - 1825 Sedan . . 1615
OLD PRICE NEW PRICES
Touring $2475 Touring $2360
Roadster 2475 Roadhter 2360
Coupe 3165 Coupe 3055
Sedan : : 3265 Sedan 3155
SuMaie St r Co.
East Main St. LAURENS. S. C.
The Sitale -(f South C:!inn S
(n o;., of Collilo llens
\I. Pitt i'laintiti
\V~nb at-onl and l11ub \\'atro *,
Dr-fnandt ' Dixie Fabricated Bungalows give every man a chance to own his
or31(13121 ~ owil cosy, substantial, endurable, weather-proof, enjoyable home.
i'urnia.nt m a Icre.U of h ( m Four wall-layer construction with dead air space between effects
In :e a ,ove -atd Iase, I will i. : insulation against Summer heat and Winter cold.
ijibbot ) -r1v the high'.t bidder. at Shipped In easy-to-handle sections-quickly erected by any handy
.aarez". (!. . S. .. on Salth.;dy utnan, by plans we furnish. What you save in rent will soon pay
ovenibe:- :nexf, being Monday tli 1st for a Dixio Fabricated Bungalow.
day o the i A)(. diirin g the 10o :
ho o . ' ales, the followine 'e- DIXIE UOUSE COMPANY
All < t . t wi, a CHARLESTON, . C.
ly'r. 1. I m :;i'd situate in tihe towi o
('lintoni, :n the ( ounity of Laurenia, iland trated v 1
Me ~~ ~ tae of fa -il oloiin,
State of :- u 1t argiin. contaiinr.: of Dixie Houses -
fo:r mid one half t 1 1-2) :-es more priced fr o m- -
or les'. hin ded on the North 1,y lands $364 to 83800,
no ; roiitrmly of well ndy, on full floor p1ans,
he East by lands it)w or fornmrly of a tspeciflotion
13. 'M. Illnry, (n I .th. South by l dsl
unow or fworl.' of Joe Suh'r and on Quick --.
the WeQst by publie ioad frI.i (liniton Shipment. -
-10 WVoodruff. - --r--r
Terms of Sle: Puir'hase to pay"
for papers and .UL11tamis. If the termsl
of sale are not eomlied'A with, the. lartd - -
to 1 old on sane or ;oie sub
u ld. .'l h onl samew to .-:. at t Ik
offormler !)w-cha11ue r.
t. A. POWE:R, YOU WILt 3E
C. C. ('. P. ani C. S.. 1-,aurens, S. (. TRLAT D RZ I
Ditt d, Ih.,: Ovt. 11. 1120. 1:3-" AT -raIs .s-ra
P?,Mn Cured In 6 to i4 Days - -
11 -i - iP.7t .7"~ (
A IIIEI'iIlIREEN WOODl MUTUA -I -'I '~.99~'~
Organized 1892. -
PROP.E4TY I1N1URD $1,0,0010 -.
WRiTE OR CALL on the undetrsign- -
ed for any Information you may desire
about our llan of insurance .
We Insure your property against de-1 i
P'ni'tlean hv F'I1E. WINDSTORM OR, e %.
LIGa mTNIN and do socheaper than ache or poor vision when relief is SO rnea-r and
any company In existance.
Remember, we are prepared to prove can be had at such small cost?
to you t lt oii'.s is tho safest and
cheapest plan of insuranco known We make a thoroigh examinAtion of tie e
Our Astoiehlt Ion i now licensed toO
r-ite Insurance in the count of without cost, and if glasses are needed, furrn h
Abb--ville, C leen wood, MeCorinlc',
fdgctleld, flut'ns, Saluda, Iexingtonj them at the lowest possible price.
'Richland. Calhouin, and Spartanburg.
wt"i1, (Cavenoon. S ', .Ker'tla', I PERFECT FITTING GUARANTEED,
(Chest r'ield, L.anca ster.
The oticers are: Gin. J. Fraser
Lyon, President. Columbia, S. C.; .1. *.*
Bla(e. Gen. Avt., Secty. and Tr eas..
Greenwolod, S. C. -
A. 0. Gran Mt. Carmel, S. C., -
J. M. Qambrell ...Abbeville. S. C.
J. R. Blake . reenwood S. C.I
A. W. Youngblood .. ..Hodges, S. C.
J. Franer Lyon .. .. Columbia, S. C. - Y
R. H. Nicholson .. .. Edgeflold,S. C. -
W. H. Wharton ......Waterloo,'S. C. -
W. C. Dates ........Batesburg, S. C.
. AK E, Gen. At.
Greenwood, S. c.
Janl. 1, 1920.