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* Local and VerasnaI Mention
Mliss Nell Jones spent the week-end
in the city from. 40. [V. C., Greenville.
Rev. and Mrs. .E. A. 'loller spent
IFI~nday in the city with Mr. and Mrs.
C i. 1Wolff and other friends.
Soin. LN. B. Dial arrived in the city
last week and .13 en;Iding somec time
-here during the recess of Congress.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearce Moore, o1 Spar
tanburg, spent the iweek-end in the city
Mliss 'Margaret 'Perrin, of Abbeville,
has been the guest of Miss Brucie Ow
ings for the past few day's.
Mrs. Nim :1. Sullivan, of Anderson,
-spent tanksgiving in the city with
her parents, -Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Owings.
Alr. J. P. Stone, of iigh 'Po iit, N. C.,
visited his sister, Mrs. W. M. Caldwell,
Prof. C. F. Brooks, who is teaching
this. year Iin Greenville, spent the holi
days in the city and at Gray Court with
Mr. Edward 'McCrady, of Greenville,
spent ThanksgivIng here with .\rs.
.leCindy and the 'baby, who are visit
ing Col. and Mrs. T. D. Darlington.
Mrs. Jas. 'M. .Donnan, who was op
erated on for appenldicitis at Spartan
:burg hospital last Monday night week,
is doing fine and will be 'home in a few
Miss 'Flora Bennett, acconipanied by
two college friends, Misses Emily Cato
and ilessie :Prickett, came down from
iG. W. C. and spent the holidays with
her Iparents, .\lr. and Mrs. J. S. Ben
Friends of Mr. Ed Simpson, former
resident of this city but now living in
Rutherfordton, N. C., were glad to see
him in the city last week. Mr. Simp
son came up from Cross 11111 where lie
was visiting his sister, Mrs. Nance.
Misses Eloise 'Clardy, Margaret
Knight and Catherine M1eng returned
iSunday from Greenville where they
visited .Miss Ruth 'Russell-, daughter of
-Mr. and Mrs. John Russell, on Coffee
street, last week. While in the 'Moun- 1
'taiu City they were the recipients of -
several bridge and dancing parties.
Mr. Lewis Stoney spent several days
in the city last week with Mr. and Mrs.
-H. 8. Blackwell while on his return to
St. tLouis to take up his work again
with the lDu)Pont 1Powder Company. His
friends were glad to find him practical
ly recovered from his recent sickness.
TlWEILVE STARS IN
"THE ApAFIRS OF ANATOL"
Remarkable Cait leaded by Wallace
'REid, Glorla 'Swanson, Elliott Dex
tertijebe Daniels and. Agnes Ayres
Seen in Superb Picturt.
Twelve stellar players and a sup
iporting cast of unrivalled quality
that's the record test by Cecil B. De
Mille's latest iParamount masterpiece
"The Affairs of Anatol" which will be
shown at the Princess Theatre Thurs
day and Friday, Dtc. I and 2. The pos
ter reads like screendom's who's who.
The phrase "all-star cast" is a much
abused one but it adequately describes
a cast that includes 'Wallace Reid, fat
mnous Paramount star; Gloria Swan
son, Mliott Dex ter, 'Bebe Daniels, Monte
IBlue, Wanda 'H-awley, Theodore
'Roberts, Agnes Ayres, Theodore Kos
loff, Polly Moran, Raymond Hatton
and Julia 'Faye.
Nothing like this c'ast in the way of
-aggregate talent has ever been assenm
'bled before. The drawing powver of
almost any of the names on the roll
has .been sufficient to awaken the inter
est of the dlifcrinminating pu'blic. Here,
for the <first tIme, they 'arc appearing
in a single .production 'under the dirse
tion of a master producer-Cecil B.
"The Affairs of Anatol" was wiritten
'by Jeanle Macpherson, author of many.
'notable Cecil B. Il)leMi111e productions.
Her story was suggested by Arthur
19chnitzAler's scintillating comedy of the
5anme 'name. '
Meeting of U. D. C.
The J. B3. "Kershaw chap~ter, U. D. C.,
'wlll-meet iwith Mrs. 'C. M. Clark on the
afternoon of IDec. 6, at 3:30 o'clock.
(Miss) Minnie Babb, -Sec.
Card of Thanks1,
We diah to thank our' dnany dear
frie'nds'land neighbors for 'their help
and kit4iness (luring the illness and
deathi oft our dear father and husband.
May Go4's richest blessings rest upon
each and every one of you.
-Mts. W. P. Clardy and Children.
-Meet.ing-of 'Adoniram ( oneH
A reoular meeting of Adopuitm
Council, No, 2, awill ;be held at Maso
Hfall on Jriday evening, Dec. 2, at 'i:30
dolock, Ealection of oficers and other
Don't iail to see "The Affairs. of
Anatc." bt the 'Princess Treatre Thur's
4ay at~ 'Friday, Doe. 1, and .
Card of Thanks
We desire to expr'ess our heartfelt
tu'knks t6 'all our fienodgfor thye nlanl9
)dnesses shovnt las dughny'the iil:
1j0 anS at the 'death 'of our'husbanhd
'4jdfather ,(May the 'Lor~d bless and1
v argh~emn 'all, is our.rYen '
Mrs. TI. A, Lynch,
The Marriage of Miss Annie Elu.
gela '111ush and 'C. Yates Brown was
BolOmnized today at high noon at the
h1om1e of the bride's parents, on Oak
land avenue. Owing to the serious
illness of the bride's mother, the large
receptlon to be held following the wed..
ling cereiony was called off. 1'he
wvedding took 19lace at the stated hour,
ind, though (uilet, was beautiful in its
The drawing room, where the cere
Inony took place, was artistically dec
:rated with ferns and lwhite ch rysan
themlumis and was illumined by the soft
low from white tapers.
Prior to the marriage, Mrs. 1. .
Blackwood sang Cadian's "At Dawn
jng" and O'lHara's "o Perfect Love,"
6vith liss Juanita Wilkins at the piano.
To the subdued strains of the
ivedding Iar'ch from >loh1ngrin, tile
wvedding party entered the drawing
room, first to come being the little
lower girl Adelaide Kearney, carry
ng a basket of chrysanthemums tied
with tulle. Miss Lula Wood, of Wichita
Palls, Tex., entered gowned in dark
rown panne velvet trimmed with gold
)rocade and wearing a strikingly hand
ione hat of gold cloth. She carried an
rn basket of Opielia roses.
Next in order came the iaid of
ionor, Miss Ola Bush, wearing a hand
iomec gown of fuchia panne velvet and
i large black picture hat. She wore
t corage of shell pink Killarney roses.
[ittle Martin Crook, ring-bearer, en
:ered next, bearing the wedding ring'
2oncealed in the calyx of a large white
Preceding tile entrance o ttie bride,
kir. trown and the best nan, Harry
Vilkins, of Greenville, entered from
Jie dining rooi all approached the
Jeautiful improvised altar, where they
vere joined by the 'bride, who entered
vith her grandfather, Capt. T. B. Mar
1n, who also gave her away. Miss
3ush was lovely in a 'peacodk brocade
.hiffon velvet and a striking picture
lat of -black. She carried a shower
Jouquet of bride roses and lilies of
.he valley. -
Tle ceremony was performed by
Rev. W. IL. Ball. Afterward an in
ornial reception was held, the only
uests being tile immediate families
>f the bride and groom and a few
-Mr. and Mrs. IBrown then left for.
t neary .point in the North Carolina
nountails, deferring thoIr prevIous
llans owing to 'Mrs. Bush's condition.
Ars. Brown went away in a brown
,loth suit -with beaver trimming and
wore a hat and accessories of a cor
Among tile out-of-town guests for
he marriage were: Mr. and MI's. T. 'B.
Brown, T. T. 'Brown, Byron and Cecil
Brown, of 'Laurens; Miss Lula Wood,
Wichlita Falls, Texas; Mr's. A. IB.
Broadwater, of 10dgofeld; Miss Mac
llar'ke, of Atlanta; Miss Pe'le Cas
los, of Greenville, and Miss Mary
D'eboach, of Anderson.-Spar'tanbu rg
Spar'tanburg, 'Nov. 23.-Tuesday af
ernoon, Nov. 22, at 5 o'clock, Miss
3tella Jones of this county and Mr'.
Fiosea Cook, of Fountain Inn, wvere
nlarl'ied by Dr. iHl. L. Riley, of Wood'
'tuff. Only a few intimate friends
sver'e ,;iresent at the ceremony.
Mirs. 'Cook is a daughter' of :Dr. and
li'a. Gleo. tH. Jones, of 'Crescent, andl
18as many friends throughouit tile state
who 'Will 'be interested in '1her marriage.
shle received hler edulcationl at the
spartan Academy and Greenville We
nan's College. Since then she has
aughlt in tihe "Pubile schlools.- of tis
soulnty, Where 111e has wvon many
'r'iends through her1 charm'n'ing person
IMr. Cook is tile son of 'Magistrate 0.
l'. Cook, of Fountain Inn. Hie is a
iromising young farmer and served in
1h0 navy durinig the world 'war.
After a short wedding trIp tile cou
>ie wvill mal~ke their hlome 110ar1 Foun
Reception for Bride and Grom
A lovely reception was 'given last
Fl''esday evening -by Dr. and Mr's.
Jh1arles P. Vincent, Jar., in honor .of
kir. and Mrs. 'David H1erber't Sullivan
who were married at tile hlome of Mr's.
sullivan's Iperenlts, Dr., and Mr's. C. P.
Vincent, Sr., in Vaughllvlie, Nov. 12th.
The lower floor of tho handsome
Vincent hlome was thrown openl to the
guests. The halls, living room and
lining room g*ere .beautiful with au
tumn floweirs and the noft lights of
shandeliers and candles.
'Dr. and Mrs. JessO 1. Teague greet
ad the guests at the door and Mr. and
irs,. I1rt'nk g~ain presented themn to:
~ereciJng'line' ii the livi'n& ,om.
r'ho living 'roomn wes lovely with' its
:leerations of pink roses and glowing
sangel~bres atpd regelving in bere witt'
ir. and }Mrs, D, H. Sullivan, wei-e Dr,
and Mrs, O. P. Vincent, Jr,, Mr. and
Mrs. Geroud .SulliVan and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. D. H. Sullivan wore her beau
tiful wedding dress of white satin.
Dr. and Mrs. Dorroh Ferguson in
vited the guests into the dining room.
In here a color scheme of yellow and
white was carried out. The table with
a handsome lace cover, had in the con-;
ter a tall silver vase of large - yellow
chrysanthemums and at each end can
(ies were held in tail silver candle
sticks. Yellow and white chrysan
theinuins and candles were used ef
fectively on the mantle and sideboard.
At the table Mrs. Thos. D. Darlington
and ;.1rs. Dial Gray cut yellow and
white block lee cream and cake. The
ice cream and cake with mints were
served by a group of young girls in
eluding Misses Sarah Eliza Swygert,
RIebecca Adams, Toccoa Gray, Grace
Young, Mary Anderson, Mary Helen
Vincent and Helen Vincent. Assisting
in entertaining in the dining room
were: Dr. and Mrs. Rolfe E. Hughes,
frs. Lewis Anderson and Mrs. Tallulah
The gu'ests were shown to the punch
bowl by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hender
son. Delicious fruit punch was served
in a nook in the reception hall by Miss
os Virginia Sullivan, Carolyn Fleming,
Margaret Dunlap and Messrs. lea rris
Martin and 'Cecil Roper.
'Misses garah IBishop and Sarah
Saxon added pleasure to the occasion
by giving music on the Edison.
During the evening about three hun
dired friends called to offer congratula
tions to Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan who had
just returned from their wedding trip
and were visiting for a few days in
Laaurens before going to Abbeville
where Mr. Sullivan is connected with
the county highway commission.
A 3IUSICAL TREAT AI
OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT
Celebrated .Lleurance's Symphonic
Orehestra Secured by Special Ar
rangement with Alkahest Lyceum
A genuine treat is in store for lovers
of really good music when the cele
brated Ieurance's Symphonic Orches
tra, of Chicago, a high class organiza
tion of artists, will appear at the
Opera House tonight, at 8:30 o'clock,
under the auspices of the Civic League
of Laurens. The orchestra happens to
have an open date in this section and
the Civic League is to be congratulat
ed in making arrangements to bring
them here. The Symphonic Orchestra
is an al-l-string organization consist
ing of eight artists, coached by Thur
low Lieurance, the famous interpreter
of Indian music and is classed as one
of the finest orchestras playing any
Brown and Sam Franks, collided at
pany is Miss Violet Falk, contralto
soloist. Miss Falk is a young Western
artist, whose work has already at
tracted moot favorable comment. The
program tonight will 'be uip to the
well known Lietrance standard.
Miss Frances Morley Is pianist and
flutist with the company. Mr. Harry
Anderson, a noted artist among the
younger violinists, is the director. Mr.
Anderson was a pupil of 'ine Reese,
of Berlin. He is not only a very ex
cellent leader but n capable artist.
'No one can affordi to miss hearing
this wonderful orchestra. The same
orchestra is bookedl at Greenville, Ce
lumbia, Union, Atlanta and other
points in the South, The members of
the Civic League 'are selling tickets,
andl thiose wvho fail to buy from themi
may purchase at the door. Tickets
will be 50c and $1.00, -with no war tax.
It's "Baby" Graham
A negro witness at the court over
in York the other day, in reply to a
question from Solicitor :Henry as to
howv he came to York, replied th'at he
camne in on 1Biob". The solicitor wvas
puzzled to know what he meant, and,
it se~ms, thought thme negro wvas guy
ing him, because he kept repeating in
answer to the question that he camne
in on "Bob". Finally someone ex
plained to Mr. Henry that "Bob" was a
train. that went up and down on the
Chester and North 'Western railroad,
and so designated from the .fact that
a certain engineer b~y the name of
Bob Smyre ran up and dowvn en the
r'oadi with the passenger trains for a
quarter of a century, and the people
camne to call the train "Uncle Bob" and
then simply "Bob".
.We refer to this here to say that
the same thing Is true of a yery use
ful train that passes up and down 'by
No'berry every day from Lau rens to
Columbia, and has 'been run by a
fas.ful and tried engineer now 'for
many years, we susp~ect for even
longer than a quarter of a century,
and the people now refer to this train
as "Grdh'am," because the faithful
engineer who handles the throttle is
l'ngineer Graham, and wo all hope
that he may be spared. to run the
train for aonthler quarter of a. century
or more.-Newberry iHerald and News.
West Room Closed This' Week
The Ladies' ~Rest 'Itpom wjil be
closed Thuknday, IFriday ai)d Saturday
of this week, onL aieoun~t of repairs.
s ui weekt for .engraved indi
vidual Ohiihttilai greetin~g cards, They
m1ust be or~lered at once. -
Advertiser Printing Co.
Come In and See
A rare beauty! A four
seen cannot help but be ac
end bed, semi-vanity dress
ette. Simple burl decorati
and chifferette. Cases ai
drawers are of dovetail coy
cial side rails to eliminate
beautifully matched. The
stained and varished, in fa
careful attention as the out
ing this suite now priced s
S. M. & E. H.
He will be in Laurens We
at 1:30 P. M., and will go frton
3:30 P. M.
He will also visit the foi
Watts, Mills, Clinton M
All on ti
Remember His Toys are 0
Clinton. - --
y Pieces That
This Bedroom Suite
-piece bedroom suite that once
Imired. Suite consists of bow
ing table, dresser and chiffer
ons appear on the bed, dresser
ce dustproof throughout. All
istruction and fitted with spe
expansion. The veneers are
backs of all pieces have been
ct the inside has had the same
side. You should not miss see
WILKES & CO.
E E H.IV E
ng Diepaymet HStore inCnt.
- - South Carolina