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M04o1 :ant 'Porsonal Mention
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:Mr. 11L J. Nichols, of Hodges, spent
the week-end with his nephew, Mr. -H.
Mr. J. -R. lenderson, of Ware Shoals,
sPeiLt Monday in the city with his
brother, 'M'r. Oscar Henderson.
Sen. N. B. Dial returned to Washing
ton Monday night, after being in the
city for several days.
Mrs. R. M. McDonald, of Coluinbli,
has been spending the holidays 'with
her mother, Mrs. J. R. Little.
Mr. and irs. Ceo. "W. Shell spent
the latter part of last week in Green
Mr. John N. Wright, Jr., of Spfrtan
burg, spent the week-end in the city
with his father, Judge John N. 'Wright.
lis [Louisa Montgome'y, of Spar
tajnburg, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. La
mar Smith, on East Main street.
Mr. Marion Wilkes has returned to
Washington after spending the holl
days here with his parents, Mir. and
Mrs. Xl. H. Wilkes.
Mr. and Mirs.'C. T. latiner have re
turned home after a visit of several
iveeke at the home of relatives In Mis
"Mollie" Davis, of Charleston, la vis
ing friends in the city, creating much
fun and merriment with his musical
and dancing antics.
Capt. Roy C. Hilton has returned to
his duties at Camp Denning, 'but Mrs.
Hilton 'will remain with her mother,
Mrs. Nasterby, for several weeks.
'Miss .Maintzio Richfardson is visiting
her grandfather, Mr. Jos. H. Sullivan.
Mrs. Thomnas .Jacobs and Miss l'hel
ma Coffman, of Clinton, were shopping
in the city Monday.
Mrs. George Young and daughter,
Ainas Elizabletli Young, who are now
staying in Columbia, spent several days
inl the city with friends during the
Mr. and Mrs. L. .11. MedlQck, of Cray
Court, were in the city yesterday, hav
.ing just returned from Atlanta, where
thW have been visiting their brother,
MNr. J. Fl. Mledlock.
Mir! Carlos Aloseley spent Thursday
in the city with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. (1). Moseley. Mir. Moseley is
having a handsome residence built in
Spartan-burg and the contractors are
now at work on the second story.
Miss Rebecca Clarke has returned to
Gastonia, N. C., after visiting her
mobher, Mrs. C. M. Clax'ke. She went
by Greenville and 'ent several days
with Mr. and NIrs. A. G. Hart, who
have just recently moved into their
pretty new bungalow.
00NCEKiT8 M1EE'IIN F AVORL
Metravy Brotters and Miss Flora
"ennett liviig Concerts Over State.
ming the ipast few weeks the Mc
Cravy Brothers, Frank and James,
with their cousin, Miss Flora Bennett,
have 'been meeting with much success
on a tour of the uipper section of the
state. They have visited Saluda, Foun
tain Inn, Woodruff, Cross Ill and n
.number of othei ~r pics, wihere they
have received flattering receptions.
WMr. Fr'ank 10~. McCravy, tenor, he
sides doing solo and duct work, is win
ning much success asi a reader and
impoeonator'. Mr. James 13. MicCravy,
'wthe has wvon a wide reputation as a
violinist, gives both insti'umental and
vocal numbei's wilth much effect. Miss
Bennett is the accompanist of the tio.
Th e McCravy 'brothers have had a
numrbeir of offers to go on the lyceum
platform, but they have chosen to con
tinue In tiheir chosen fleld of evangel
i.4tie oinging. Their present tour' is
merely a diversion from their regular
RLAiNS ejiANGE 80HIEDUL4E
"Slight Changes in Trains No. 52 and
Z3on the C. & W. C. and C.,,IN. & L,
Sliight changes have 'been announced
by FJrnest -Williams, general passen
~ger 'agent, in the schedules of trains
No. 52 and 53 of the C., N. & 'Ia. and
-'C. &' WV. C. railh-oads.
TDrain No. 52, from Columbia, which
t'as -been arriving at the local station
at 2:20 p. in., will hereafter arrive five
minutes earlier.' It will arrive in
Greenv4lle at 3:50.
TraIn. No. 53 wll leave Greenville
at 12:20 !P. M., and arrive in -Laurens
at 1:50 p. m.
* The Sttcremdaht of ho Lord's exm'
per' will 'boe observ4E1 pexct Sunday
niorning i~n -lO ido irst Presbyterian
churc'h, AlU nent~, are urged to be
present and a cordial invitation is ex
totidod to all of. onr fellow Ohristians
to join us in this service.
- C. T. SQUIblOS, 'Pastor.
'Notiee to Singers
Tjhe godti LurenuiSingiug' 06nvon..
tion will ineet at Lydia Miil church
Sunday afterndion t '2330 All singers
arnd the publice,are cordIelly invited
to meet 'with us.
A pretty 40niq. wedding of,.the holi
day- seasoU 'was .that of MOAs Margaret
IPlia Taylor and -Mr.. Hugh Hackett.
Pratt which was solemnized Wednes-'
day morning -Dec. 28th, at ten o'clock
at the residence of tare bride's parents
on East MaIn street. For the occa
Sion the bome was attractively decor
ated, 'white and green 'being the color
scheme observed, with quantitles of
ivy and pabms and other potted iplauts
being used. The altar was a -bower of
ferns and palms with a background
of white. The soft glow from shaded
electric bulbs and white tapers from
many -pedestals gave the ceremony
room a beautiful setting.
Preceding the wedding march, "I
Love You Truly" was sung by Miss
Jennie Shealy, and "0 Promise Me" by
Miss Margaret Wright, the piano ac
companiments 'being played 'by Miss
At the first sounds of Mendelssoin's
wedding march, under the skillful
touch of -Miss -Shealy, the ribbon
girls, little Misses 'Mangaret Taylor of
Green'WObd; and idlldrcd Taylor of
Laurens, c5,1isins of the bride, entered
first ant tood at each side of the altar.
They 'were dainty in white organdle
Next came the maid of honor, Miss
Lois Taylor, sister of the bride, wear
ing a combination gown of black panne
velvet, and gray and large black pic
ture that, and carrying a bouquet of
white narcissus. Then came the bride
who had been Joined by the bride
groom, taking their posItiols in front
of tho altar uider a sispended basket
of lovely white roses. The bride wias
attired in a brown velourl suit with
gray fox trimmings alld wore a liat
and accessories of a correspon(inrg
shade. She carried a shower Iouquet
of bride roses and lillies of the valley.
Using the ring service, the cere
monry was iperformled by an uncr(le of
Fire 'bride, the Itev. William U. McCuenr,
pastor of the Baptist clurch at Nor
way, Orangeburg county, assisted by
tie Rev. Samuuel -1. Templenini, uas
tor of the .Fir'st Baptist ehurchr of' haui
Immediately after tihe ceremony Mr.
and Mrs.'Pratt, with a party of friends,
motored .to 'Clinton .where, tire bridal
couple boarded a sorthboumrd Seaboard
train for a wedding trip. Upon their
return they will be at home in reen
wood where tile groom Is engaged InI
business- and where he is well and
popularly known. 'ils bride is a
daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. W. L. Tay
lor of Laurens. Since attending 'Win
throp college she .has beenr teaching
school near Laurens for three ses
The out-of-town guests for the wed
diMi'g included the Agrandparents of
the 'bride, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Tay
)or, of 'Princeton; fatier of tire groorm,
Mr. L. M. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. 1R. P.
Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. I. Mlen Taylor,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Beaurdrot, Mr. and
Mlisr B. .1. -Nickles, ulius Dean and
Preston Devore, of Grecnwood; Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Cooper, of Sedalia, and
Mrs. A. P. Oxner, of Newberry.
Mreeting of Myrtle Camip
A call meeting of Myrtle Camp No.
206 WV. 0. W. will 1)e held( Fridaiy
nIght, Jarn. 6I to irnstall thre following
oficers -for thre year, 1922:
(. C. Caldivell, C. 0.
J1. WV. Kellett, Ad. L.
J1. F1. llurton, B-anker.
*W. 'Marvin 'Pitts, Clerk.
JT. P. Madden, Watchmran.
3. T1. Weathecrs, Sentry.
WV. E. Pitts, XV. M. A'bcer'rmbie, J.
0. Sto, 'yfanagers.
Card of Thalnks
We wvish to thank orrr neiglhors arrd
friends for their many k-indnesses to
us durir'ng the sickness and at tire
donati of our little 'boy. That God's
richest blessings may be0 with you all,
is our humble prayer.
Mr. and Mr's. W. Fkrr'lo Madden.
DEA' U OLAIMS BOI'ElS PENRO4SE~
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man of great force and gn'eat ability
an4 Andoubtedly one of the foremost
loadevs of hris party in Iris time. 'His
loss rwvill be greatly felt by iris col
leaguefs, his p~arty arid 'his state."
Senator Penr'ose's important post
as chairman of the senate finance
comimittee, with its -generalship imn
miediately of the .pending -tariff bill
and of subseqluont fiscal legislation,
will be filled by senator Porter J. Mc
Oumber of North Dlakota, another coma
mittee veteran. Mr. Penrose's deatih,
Republican -leaders said tonight, would
gjot cause any material delay in dis
posal 'of the tariff, the administra
tion allied devbt funding and other
The chrairmansh'ip fluantle falls urpon
donrator McCumber, ew'ho was tire
sponsor, of 'the last soldjors' bonus
ill/by virtue of the senato' seniority
rurlo unbroken for many g'ears. Mr.
MaCumber is the -ranking 'Republican,
and ,party leade's today said that ihe
undoubtedly would be chosen. He is
oNairmai0 f thie 1gu~b)icen "steeging
combiltt4* Ad cdines up'for reetec..
tio"n x po'
Cont.ributIons Came in Last Week
From Several Cities. Fund Given
The Advertiser has received during
the past week sveral substantial sub
scriptions to the .Hosea Martin Fund
and letters commending the .fund. The
totrl amount now in the treasury, .af
ter deducting the expenditures for
the Christmas presents, is $119.70.
Advertiser hopes that this sun will
be increased to at least $1,000 and
the amount turned over to the Con
nie .\laxwell Orphanage, where it is
understood, the orphaned children will
be cared for.
Among letters received In regard
to the fund, The Advertiser publishes
excerpts from the Uiree below:
From S. W. Lowe, Columbiam
Editor The Advertiser:
Find enclosed check for $2.50 for
which pleace apply $1.50 for exten
sion of my .paper. And please alpply
$1.00 to the 1artin Fund. Every latw'
abiding citizen in Laurens county
ought to be glad to help these chil
dren. whose father lost his life in de
fonse of his county and state.
Judges have made great mistakes in
giving the violators of the prohibition1
law a license to make liutior, tran's
port and sell it, in giving the demons
a fine, which amounts to a license to
do business again. The suslenslon of
sentences Is all wrong and works
against the enforcement of law. Yes,
I say the State should protect these
'lbrave ollicers of the law.
S. -W. LOW10.
From ('. B. Mlartin, GAreenville
dXitor The Advertiser:
-i lerewith enclosed you will please
Ilnd muy check on The Norwood Na
tiolal t:ank of this city, which yol
will ai) ply a'; follows: $3.00 to advance
my subseriltion aild the additional
$2.00 to -be applled to the lund you
are raising for the orphan chi lldren of
'Ilosea .Martin, your faithful olilcer, so
The fund, started by Capltain Richey
and being handled by you, is certainly
a worthy ole, and shoild receive liIb
oral support. It is not a charity, for
the members of the family of the de
ceased would not accept it as such,
'but it is anl op)portulnity to give ex
pression to our appreciation of uunsel
lish dvotion to duty dn the ipart of
an officer of the law, a man represen
tative of a body of men who are un
derpaid for the service they render
and whose sacrifleca In the interest of
law and order are not (lily appreclat
Wishing for you and for the good
people all over my native county a full
measure of happiness and prosperity
diling the rood year 1922, I am,
Vry cordially yours,
C. '1. MA RTIN.
From F. tD.. West, Brooks, (in.
Editor The Advertiser:
Ifnclosed findl twvo checks for two
(101lar each which you illvi add to
the l losea Martin Fulnd.
Your idea of an endowment is wvon
(derful and it is indeed a Pleasure to1
givo to su~ch a worthy cause. I am
glad, too, to see that your Paper is
taking tile lead ini thme cause of help
ing an oficer who wvas slain in the
attempt to ierformn his duty. I loping
your paper thle greatest of sulccess the
comling year, and wvishing tile Adlver
tiser' ofilc a Happy New Yea r, I am,
Thle followving have made contribiu
tions since the last issue of the pma
Total Brought For ward . . . . $105.85
Amount Expiended~ for Chist5
na.. .. ...... .... ...14.40
Not Total Already .Reported ..91.-15
151 C. eoid.--........ ......1.00
Through C. W. McCravy
11 .D. McCravy .... .......1.00
Morgan Gwinn ......... .. 1.00
'W. HI. Haddle .. ...... .,. 1.00
T. 0. Morrow......... ......00
C. WV. .\cCravy........ .. 1.00
T. A. Armstrong .... ........ .0
C. B. Martin, Greenville . .. 2.00
'Wells 'Clardy. .............1.00
Ti. D. 'West, Brlooks, Ga.... .. .2.00
Mrs. iii. -D. WVest, Brooks, Ga. 2.00
Prof. J.. C. Owens, Annistoni, Ala. .50
'Rev. W. A, Baldwin .. .........50
Miss Vera~m Daldwin ... .........50
B. Li. Olardy .. .. .......... 1.00
.W.'oe, Columbia.. .....1.00
(. . Gasque'. .. .-.. 1.00
W. ii. MePhmail.. .... ...... .. 10.00
Iiub-lMy-Tismn, antiseptil and pain
killer, for ' Infected sores, totter,
sprains, neuralgA, rheumetism.
Habitual Constipation icured'
In 14 to 21'Day*
"4LAXFOS1WITH PEPSIN" isa specially
na t0,' trlOO rmt but
shol he. takeni regularly for44 to 2tdays
'toinduoe reguiaf aotione It Stimtlate nd
Regulates eVery Pleqasant to Take. 600
a' q e~e en e e .. . '
*"11DDLE4 OLD FIELD NEW8 *
'iddles Old Field, Jani. 2. -'he hol
idays passed off very quietly.
-Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Christopher and
little son spent the holidays with Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Riddle.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. W-illiams. Fred
and Larry Lee Williams, also Mr. and
Airs. Lee West, Fred, Italph and Luther
West were tihe guests of Mr. and Mrs.
P. 11. Owens, Tuesday.
Etta Ree and Nye Williams and Miss
Gretchen West were guests of Noille
and Posey Howard Tuesday.
Mr. and Ars. F. E). -Bobo and family
spent Thursday at Mr. J. S. Todd's.
Miss Hester 1Britton spent Saturday
with Miss Irene Owens.
Miss Letha Wiltiams was the guest
of Aliss Irene Owens Friday night.
J. A. liritton and son, Jennings, were
in ILaurens Wednesday.
Little Vara Martin had as her guest I
Vednesday little Kathleen Riddle.
Those present at T. W. Cannady's
Tuesday 'were: Mr. and Mrs. Bob lu
ford, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cannady
and family, Mr. J. S. Todd and Miss
Blanche Todd, Mr. and Mrs. John
Aliss 'lester Britton entertoined a
iminc" of her fricnds last Wednesday.
Those present were Misses Ida, Dce
and Harlow Garrett, Irene and Nannie
Owents, Ma and losa liddle, Nellie
oward an id it.nehe Todd.
Mrs. S. I. liddle and children and
Miss id1a (arrett spent Tuesday at
Mr. .1. A. Riddle's.
Nir. and Mlrs. .Jerry Putnam, Misses
Anile aid Kitty Pitnam, Mrs. .aine
Curry took dinner at Air. W. a. Iut
.laster Posey IHoward spent a few
days last. week with his cousin, Nye
Air. an1d .\Irr. 1). If. 1itnam and fai
Ily were dinunemr gests at \Ir. .Jerry
.ir. alid MrlIs. lHroo!s Coc'ci and
:n, Kennelth, dined at 7Ir. 11. N. Coo
N. it. Garrett and family were visi
tors at F. 1'. Donnan's, ilursday.
.lessrs. P. II. and It. I. Garrett
'vere in Woodruff Friday.
Mr. J. It. Rhodes spent the holidays
with his daughter, Mrs. T. Mack Wil
sont, at LA.ke City.
A B. Y. P. UT. social was enjoyed very
much at Ni. . ,. 'm. Riddle's, Tuesday
.\r. Wayne LHughes visited .Jessie
and Louis ilughes at Greenwood dur
ing the holidays.
Mr. 1N. II. Garrett and sister, Mrs.
Lidie 1loward, and Nellie and Posey
Howard all motored to Fountain Inn
Sunday to ho with relatives.
Ila Mae and Alleine Cannady spent
Friday with Miss 11hanche Todd.
NEW YEAL CROWD
New York, Jan. .-Father Kinicker
'oeker tiurned his pockets inside out
today to pay the piper for piping 'in
the New Year amidst a Volstead-de
fyinig ('elebratiom that overspreaI Man
miattan fromt Ilarleni to the battery.
There were mtany casualties.
Police recordls enu mera ted rour
violent dleathIs attribut abhie to holiday
overindlulgenice, t; meni and woimn in
hospitalls wvithI gunshot or knife
woulndls, a halIt' doze pier'sons poisoned
hy hadl liquor and scores of su m
mnonses servedl by members of the (try
mdiuad of 200 who aittemp lted to make
It tho driest Newv Year's ev Iroad.
way had ever seen.
B etween midnight mind 2 o'clock 12
r'aidls by prohibition eflcers were re
por'ted, liieluding a dlescenit on Reisen
wveher's at Fifty-eighth street. and
Nighteenth avenue and similar inter
ference with the festivities at a half
dozen Greenwich village tea rooms.
O'in ions differed en whether t'he
The I~vening Telegram today de
Salivates and -
The Very Next Dose of this
Treacherous Drug may
rmr' midivr Calomiel is dangerous,
Itcahsinto 'sour bile like dynamite.
raping adsickening you. Caloniel
attac ks the b~ones and should never be
put in~to your system.
i you feel bilious, hieadachy, consti
pated and all knocked out, just go to
your dIruggieb and get a bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tgne for a few cents whioch
is a harmless vegetable substitute for
dangerous calomel. Ta~ke a spoonful and
if ,it doesn't start your liver and
straighten yost up bettor and quicker
than nasty calonmel and without making
you sick, you j~st go back and get your
Don't take cajonmel I It makes you
sick' the next day; it loses you, a day's
work. Dldben's Liver Tone steraigh tan
satts nasayMGv it the children
because It is' perfemitly harrolsm, and can
cribed the night as a "celebration
elhich -rivalled the wildest pre-prohi
'William 1-. Anderson, head of the
tato Anti-Saloon league, h'owever,
aid that "although wetter than the
laharadesert, New York was far drier
ast night, than it has been on otlr
Prohibition agents, he added. fol
owed the line of least resistance and
lid not -interfere with those who
'carried their own." A more rigid
nforcement of the law, lie assure(,
vould have caused "too much reac
ion against the law."
"Conditions", he sumnnc(I up, "in the
reest place in tho country on the
reest night of the year showed a big
mi)rovenient over any previous New
rear's eve since enactment of the
lundreds of churches held watch
iight services that drew immense au
liences without seeming to detract
ron the throngs that early took pos
ession of reserved tables in thous
ndsl of hotels, cafes and restaurants.
The library appeals
the family. It cont;
instruction for all.
gence and refinemen
cates the young an(
iency and broadens
The best features o
tion developed thr'ou,
five years of manuf
The sections are fitte
doors, that open and
felt strips to kceep out di
made and handsomely
made in period designs :
ment. To really appr<
call and look over the
s~nd for illustrated cat;
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GROWS LONG, THIC
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only 35 cents a bottle.
One application enls all
dandruff, stops itching
and falling hair, andI,
in at few moments,
you have doubled the
beauty of your hair.
It will appear a mass, so
soft, lustrous, and easy
to do upl). But what. will
please you most will be
after a few weeks use,
when you see new hair- -
line anid downy at lirst
yes-but reall'y new hair
growing all over the
scalp. "Danderine" is to the hair what
fresh showers3 of rain aid sunt11shinme a re
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invigorates and strengthteins thei. T'lis
delightful, st imulatinig tonic hlps thin,
lifeless, faded hair to grow long, thick,
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