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Mr. J. B. Curlee, of Mobile, Ala., has
been spending several days with his
uncle, Mr. H. Terry.
Dr. Frank 'Kellers and Mr. W. W.
Harris, of Clinton, were visitors in the
Miss Pattie 'Wilkes is visiting her
sister, Mrs. J. Moore lars, in Abbe
Mrs. Robert lFichlberger has re
turned from the hospital in Greenville
where she went to undergo an opera
tion for her throat and eye.
Mrs. W. E. Barro and llisses May
delle and Edna 'Ba'rre, of Greenville,
spent Sundity in the city with Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Moore.
Mrs. W. P. Thomason is in Charles
ton this week representing the First
Baptist'church at the meeting of the
Woman's Missionary Union.
Mi'. E. P. Minter left Saturday for
New York -to replenisli stocks in lines
which had become depleted during the
Mr. Roy P. Power, of Monroe, Ga.,
has been spending several (lays with
his father, Mr. J. -1. Power, several
itles; from the city.
.Nir. Chas. W. flenson, of Gray Court,
one of The Advertiser's first sibscrih
ers, was a bitsiiess visitor Iin tle city
e'nisr. W. It1.Itiiey, .r.. and .1 ames
C. Todd lv;ent Sitnday and Monday in
Colunihin. wvhere they went to attenld
the reilOn of the ollicirs of the 371st
-Infanotry with which they S:'ved in
Fra n1ce. T'he reiul nion wi: - a \Vry
pleasant affair,. nearly all of the regi
mental . o'iirr; 1wing * resent. :otne of
thom11omi- from distlaMt stateo,
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Th i : I ly w"tio oI i t d -
vILan Au':i y to 1 .:ur'a: A.:''io.
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Air'. C. ). l'.en.ainijne.
'lvsvonse,-Mrs. Alatce ligs tonl.
Itoll ""all- 1.-0 olle t.
I st '' Toll ----a141bor-er's for tire Lord's
larvest 111d News of lEvangelistic
WVoi k in lithe llomelanl-.liss Bell
IPatterson, Mrs. 'Italiph Hobo, 'Mrs. Geo.
Message front the Word-Mrs. W. .1.
1:1U Devotional by Mirs. Ross Tower.
2nd Toplc-Christ In the Home
Mrs. 'Lola Cox, Miss Lalla Bramlett
Mrs. S. M. BenJamine.
The 'ifle With a Alessage-Mrs. Corp
Reports of Committees.
Message friom the Word-Mrs. Arch
Suinday mornIng, 10 o'clock Sunday
10:'i D~evotlonal---Mrs. C. D). Benja
I 1 'clo~ck-l'xer'cises bly young ipeo
CGypsles in Hadl.
undoing of a1 hand1( of (bypsles trave'Cling
inu t wo, l'oord caris 'lTnsday miorning
whin. Ahcordn to th'ityln the ath
nc le iihatl aind I roted11( ito uthe sher
that i/. o coyps womn that lie tedlhimO
ratlly las Tenh 1lar chitl t by t hi- s .
samcetAordw~c stsing n Gys
111e1hailedt himand toher rodketr Whek
theyotfitr had tnalked hi m iuch a h
maze~l of thoncrsion thatihed tey
rlyeot sighatt ancntac whIthati
poIcketbot"ouldc wvasko ent in his
upp1er( inf hnd tonserpocke. .Whtlen
brdthe utfhadtalkhoedvemuc a foun
to his consternatIon, accor'ding to his
story, flint a Tlen JDoll ihll wans muhis
lng. The Gypsle.; hadl asked the( direc
tion to L~aurens, so ho son th i I rm's
Portat Ion of somntte' ard '1tar' (I
mitta:t elf u pon- their enir 3e !-- C
city. Atter' u. ?w toiiin,'e in
wvhichi a lawyeru aor two figuired, the
ease wan compiromnised on a TPen Dolarot
basi5 and thle (lypsles let'ft with the
waning of the sherIff to leave the
counity. Mr', M. V. Abiercomb ife came
Into( the city a few hours ilt'r andt ire
ported that they had relieved him of n
calp ont of lis store.
Mi'. JIbirens Philpot, who has been
ack of fever tot' several weeks, Is very
much irmnrovedl and( Ia now able to be
ablout aga In. ,
Qrews's Tasteless chll Toi
iwatores vitality and energy by purifying and e~
richling the blood. You can soon foel it. Stroegh
tehIo. f Trkue g Effect. -ehc60e
Miss Virginia -Barksdale entertained
Saturday morning at an elaborate
party in honor of Miss Martha Owings,
ofbof the fall brides. The house wag
beautifully decorated in yellow and
white. After a nuniber of games of
Forty-Two a tempting salad course
was served. The guest of honor was
presented with a lovely piece of lin
gerie. 'About thirty guests were pres
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Friday afternoon Miss Virgiia Sul
Ivan .gave a charming party in honor
of Miss Sarah Bolt, whose marriage is
to take placo next Wednesday. The
living and drawing room were thrown
into one and beautifully decorated in
cut flowers. The entertainment for
the afternoon centered around a con
test in ,which each guest was asked to
write an answer to the (llestion how
best to manage a husband. Reading
of the answers create(d much merri
ment after which a delightful salad
course with coffee was serve(. Miss
Bolt was presente'd with a dainty
piece of lingerie, and other fall brides
present. Mrs. Frank Reid, .\liss Lucy
Vance Dtrlington and Miss Martha
Owings, wee each presentdi witih I
lovely ha Idkerchef.
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M SE. Geo. .1. Wrigit ntertained a
fe w friends Sattu-day afernoon a er
h1ome on North Ilaepe1r --trvet. The
. P~e orty-TPwo ,and Rook were
pilayed, after Vihleh a deliciols salad
(coefl was served.
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\ls Roh i i.f . xer wu ho.;to!is
ysrdy arno' in honor of \l
O-'ha OwiaM. Th'le house we
1lf! ol ( r (It "!ow Is a n mnlv
Wf, allM o F,);'il Twvo I e
I;:-: (I courI w ; I v ed.
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Mrs. II. K. Aike 0 o p~ e :
.\lb l-ny nn la rlin~gt'n wjith
12 (1 ch r inl party iast 'l r'I .'y af.
terrwnn. Tabh.k wers alranlged 1,(:- aN
tiuual SUa rIlog-esive contcst. Aflt er a
harmin)g hou w the gilients were seved
a dclivious salad and sweet coirse.
Mliss iDari! ingtoni was presen111A witl a
lovely work basket, t a solivenilr of the
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Mrs. Earle Wilson entertained for
Miss LTucy Vance Darlington with a
most elaborate nine course luncheon
last Saturday. The beautiful home was
attractive with vases of cut flowers.
At the end of this very enjoyable morn
ing, Miss Darlington was presented
with an exquisite trousseau gift. Those
present were Miss Lucy Vance Dar
lington, Mrs. T. ID. iDarlington, Mrs.
Jas. C. Todd, Mrs. I. V. Irby, Mrs. 11.
K. Aiken, Airs. W. ID. Ferguson, Miss
Caroline Flemning, Mrs. .Heniry Franks,
'Miss Lilla Todd, Mrs. Brooks Swygert
tind AMrs. Fleming Jones8.
Mr'. l'autl TLke was1 host at a most
dligh tfuil( diiner liarty Friidayv evenling
in honor of' MIls, Luc y Vance D~arling
tonl. 'Thi table was arittlea Ily deco
ratted in) yellow and( White. A 11- gc
mound m of whitle Chrysantlthenn;Iims
formedi theO cen~ttrpioen. i-Tom gu-.
0h1.- on wich was ti ed lov'ly han1111
A\ most.( dIeliou collrse Il.Iu. was
serveid. and~ durlling thle evenling am111
In! P oalss were enij)Oed. At lie (end
(of theo dinner1 0:111b Snuest il the11:
a l ovely .sllver vase, filld with
Ilarge wite chr iysa nt henom-- i othr
gulests; dra wing smiall bags of rice with
whieh they shtoweredi Miss Darl ington.
Invitatons have been received here
to the marriage of Mis~s Julia Hodges
Owens and Mr. Rufus Earle Sadler,
both of Clinton. The ceremony is to
take place at the First Presbyterian
church in ClInton at 7 o'clock p. im.,
Novembert t wentieth,)
'Mr. andl Mrs. Trhomasi R. W~orkiman
of Floyd towniship have announced
lie enigagemnent of thei~r daughter1
ilfrances L. to HI. \\tit lryson oif
Mountville', tile marr)1iagc to taile (plla ce
tis~ mlonlth. Miss Workman wvas edu!
catodl at ILimeIstonec college, and IS a
'hiarming yotung wpmnan. Mr. liryson
is a younllger bro0thef of i. .\l. llryson,
of Newbhe'ry, and1( is ini butsiness in)
his home town!.'
.\lIss Virginia Katherino Crewvs,
dlaughter of Mr. and Mirs. W. T.
Crews, and Air. Thomas (lordon Duck
ett, of Greeiiwood, were quietly mar
ied at the home of the br'ide's parents
Sunday afternooni. The cerem~only was
perfornmed by R1ev C. T.. .'.luires ini thle
absence of the brlde's pastor, Roy, A.
E. hlolier. immeditately after the cer
enlonly the~y left on a short honeymonn
40te -which, they- will returm to Green.
wood, to make their horne. Among
those .who were here for the marriage
wele the groom's mother, Mrs. 8. F.
JDuckett, and brother and sister,
Mr. Henry Duckett and Miss Margaret
Dudkett, all of Greenwood. The bride
has been employell ia the ofilce of the
Laurens Glass Works for several years
and is a young lady of many fine
traits of character. The groom is con
nepted with, the Farmers and Mer
chants Bank of Greenwood and is a
rising young business man of that city.
The Wednesday Club' will meet with
Mrs. P .L. M.<Irby this afternoon at 4
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H lICKiORY TAVERN
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The teachers of -Hickory Tavern
school entertained the ,ladies of' the
community in the principal's room,
October 29. About twenty-two ladies
were present. The visitors were: Miss
Daisy Harris, Miss Alnlle 'Wallace
and Miss $inith froin Laurens. An ice
Course18 was served by seven high school
girls, dressed to represent Hallowe'eii.
Sinuging und reading entertain ed tie
guests. The reception rooml anII d halls
were tastefully decora ted iII chr n
theuitms, loses, aitillun lesc a o
aplel; pum:ins an1d syihos of llal
The( wo(11 ai -
were e 'ei I: Presjdh m2. 31 -
A be:-comi' ; \'jce Pr'o,..< n-. .i3Alis 1
Thac'' r ecreti.ay. .Jiss (~c or
I iij I1 (2''V i ' '2
T I Ct .
(w... aniz/cd it liti' ' I !Io'
I, and the ic .
\ice P i ident, Ali,;!; Co a l.o, t; [' -
rv try. .\lissNml,;nd r C n
sor, Ails. - lagcri' liel1.; .larsha!..
Nell heicomiwe aId Nanni le .
Thomason. 'I'lhe society is nme(l for.
the governor and will be known as
Cooper Literary IFoelety. The - play,
"Always in Troulble," preseilted by
Eden school, was (little an enjoyable
affair In Hickory Tavern school audi
torium Nov. 6. The players took their
palrts well and showed that they were
well trained. .\luch credit is lue
their teachers and to themselves.
Miss Pollie McKiltuck, a former
teacher here, visited here recently and
we were delighted to have her w ith us
A flat Tihat lDdn't Smel After lleing
De'ad For 3 Months
"I1 sw.ear it was d1ead( at leac~st :3
months 1,"' saId James Sykes, Ilutchier
Westfild, N. J. "'We sawv this ral
(everly da2y. Put a ('nke of IHATl-SNAP'
hcehindI~ a barrle'l. iI(onths 12it(r myii
wif', asked about1 the rat1. Rememci
herc'd the barrel, lookied bhind i.
Therce was tho r'at-- *lead,~ not th:
Irn:' ilardwariiei I '., 12 u2nam'.i
u2' Store(, :9 i iiur' dy fIr:
cetin hot'f I). .\. II.
T[he lliiry Lauri1ens chap13ter2, I). A.
2 .,' will mneet at; oc'clck I-'riday after
noon w~ ithi .\l s. W. L. (Gray. 'Te mem-'22
heis are' iiigeto122 arrive( 'ramp'ly
, .\2rs. Iroo'0k2 Swvygert, See.
Birth Announ1 lcemIIenIt
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Holmes or L.an
ford, S. C., announce the hhh af a
son, L~awrence Cannmon, Jr., ont N.
ITo abort a cold
and prevent com
The purified and refined
calomet tableta that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinat virtues retain..
ed and improved. Sold
only ini sealed packages.
ASK ANYONE ABOU
Our reputation, which we have gained through years of square dealing with':
each and every one of our customers is our greatest business asset. Ask any
one who has traded with us what he thinks of our values. The way they will
agree will supprise you. By value we mean more than a low price. Just sell
ing goods at a low price does not insure values. Coupled with low price there
must be Quality. At no other store will you find such high quality as here.
Here too you will find the largest and most complete stock to be found in this
section. Next time you need any furniture be sure and visit us.
MakLe Us Prove Our Claim!
An An ractiv Suite Both in Q .ity and Price
I (1 ,n of tu lates :1) 1 besI designs in Quen .1e 111 ii
114114pi it line s .14 l a , ac t l pr1(oof *f th nw ia Ihms it was; n1 d (1ib
N Ie Ih hi :mtiful carv-ing )4 all ieces(8 and t1h !,ra-i eful bu h:-s of thw
hs is o of the linedt on ()III 110l s 1(.day 111d for the home
(h4 - some '14 44 ing jusi . a little (ifferent, we highly recommend it. Can he
had in, M)*Lh1(1w..y, 61r Akuerican Walnn11t.
S.. . & E. H. Wilkes
Laurens, - - So. Caro.
NoWrn in~ IHealthy Child ' FIN\.SI L .1 yi
Al tduldron trou4b1led wIth woms h~nve e .t u;, TI: -lio4I (n li~lu ~
healtI/y color, vh leh ind'icaltes p.o blood, adn:.z I -'~hia
rule, t-here is rer or uns)1 stomAach di4sturbme ( '. a ln .
CRIOVES'STAST:. .EL ,lu.llTONIC 'ivai:r4)4.n rii y i ' 4n01 no t li )le th t n h day 1: . ('., ()et Oher' 25th, if
pr(4' Io dig4'it:. ew r l t chDe q, 11:..'n(I ren h-y a On Telt phone~ C'on'
enin14)!'Ir~nle4)1to 4 t ,lre 1 whob 41 st e .lre will the4 a44t 11ni (4f Iny' 4 4 a l d I 1 t he i l r ad o
throw offor disix~ I (he won,4? and414 tL.e IhiIld wi I Ibe 4j'4,4.i4 a a p\e i:
1n ,erhe~t I~ t P1k 1leaeaut tot44ire 60enert14 I. -nn n r es l teleph
h 4: . (. u th hh I 1'y . the (Comimission wi
- 4';m:u a 'n, 'ly, Novx st 2:liup rbd, -1920, at tE
F4An per nih 'I to :-a 4 1 - 4 ~ 4h 4 a- . i the1 Co itinty Co n
hainig I a laims against501 4:1 e ate wil Int-t e h ad rltv
For ilardsent th1em4i .Ij on5 or before1 sid date, 'I he' prpoe inres ih a Mr
o r S o f t jjduly 1211n Tr h Por1)erhbarred.erate.
SatisfactiQn Guaranteed With Thi.
Co0mm nf senso tolls anybody that the [ 'N U V Y N
ad toro orn l e t o yrnove it, cap
ndRmovTh--aiinteroly. EX A M PLEy
Not only harlcorna and ot only sof
corna but 0'4kinaof cornIsurrendor
ot IWtakes just. I tlla few2.1 tseconds41toto0 setop4'its)
Dinwth octor orCoro.sof "Get-It." fl,(Oi
Not oly a r c sen (414 n c n l so1it r)Nig (
to 'odI, "ti m ney-back corn r omov or. u
It trifos aut a drug sentoo ib
Farmer .\---"oo h ve sohl y lowefllace lml must hnv
ofturwetho;twhosho beast s tool orhhurtrk n'
It s gno falun, ilaan B .- R'. R. Th.f ODDE ngr'
tOFarmer A. 'YesoI wrnb] poefrrchjm. but b'sIcharges
U. Lawsoemoa& 'i.,eChicago
Lam ur.onsin hgh ol.Druhlmy h Cmep.c
PutnM jua s y u I so I otguohe'sunoor. Itt.