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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Col. L. E. Burns spent last Wednes
day In Greenville on Business.
Misses Polly Pfentiss and Carol
I Roper are spending this week in
Mr. W. S. McCrady left Saturday for
Charleston where he will remain for j
Mr. John Hicks arrived in the city
^several days ago to spend some time
?with his family.
Mrs. 'C. M. Riddle hsa returned from
a pleasant visit to her son and daugh
ter In Greenville.
Miss Eleanor West, of Greenville,
visited friends in the city the latter
part of last week.
Mr. Fred Coleman, of Cross Hill,
spent several days in the city last
week visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Dudley Young, of
Gaffncy, spent several days in the city
last week with his mother.
Miss Anna Rhodes, from near Gray
Court, visited her cousin, .Miss Mittie
Gwing?, in Laurens last week.
r Miss Elease Glenn, of Ooldville,
spent the week-end with her aunt, Mrs.
J. E. Glenn and visited the fair.
Miss Annie Gilkerson returned home
Friday after a pleasant visit of sever
al days with friends in Chester.
Miss Laura Lee Lumpkin, of Spar
tanburg, spent the week-end in the
City as the guest of Miss Wlllou Boyd.
Mrs. M. L. INash, of Landrum, re
turned to her home Sunday after visit
ing friends In the city for several days
Mrs. Gertrude Cantrell and little
son, Epps, of Spartanburg, has been
visiting Mrs. M. A. Ray for the past
Miss Allene Franks left a few days
ago for 'Clinton where she will teach
in the primary department of the grad
Mrs. Etta Dorroh, of (Lay Court,
has been spending a few days with
Mrs. W. T. Dorroh and other relatives
In the city.
Mrs. W. R. Minter, of Lincolnton. N.
C. is spending some time in Laurons
as the guest of Mrs. X. It. Dial and
Mr. E. P. Minter.
Mr. T. H. Nelson, of Etowah, Tenn.,
spent several days in the county last
week on business and came to Lau
rens for a short visit.
Miss Helen Sullivan, who is attend
ing Converse college, spent the week
r ond here with her parents,. Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Sullivan.
% Mrs. Watson, principal of the high
school at the Thornwell Orphanage,
was in the city Saturday and paid the
Advertiser a pleasant call.
Miss Willie Dorroh, accompanied by
Miss Ruth Gilliland, of Fountain Inn.
spent the week-end here with her
mother. Mrs. W. T. Dorroh.
Capt. B. L. Henderson, of the Mt.
Gallagher section, took advantage of
the county fair Friday to visit Iiis rel
atives in this city for several days.
Miss Sexton, after spending sev
eral days in the city last week
with her parents, returned to her
studies at Winthrop college Sunday.
Mrs. .lohn M. Teaguo, who, with
Mr. Teaguo moved to Newborry sever
al weeks ago, spent the latter part of
last week in the city attending the
Mr. H. D. Mnhnffoy, of the Eden
COtartmunity, spent several days in the
city last week with his son. Mr. Gus
Mahaffoy, and visited the county fair
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Davis re
turned from their wodding trip Wed
nesday and are now at home to their |
frionds at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. H. Douglas Gray.
Congressman Jos. T. Johnson spent
a part of last week and the first of |
j^this week in the city, being among the
visitors to the county fair, with which
he expressed himself as being im
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Bad Breath, mean Liver ami Bow
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No odds how bad your live stomach
or bowels; how much your head
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gestion, biliousness and sluuf'.ish bow
els?you always .^et the J1e-dred re
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Don't let your stomnvn. liver and
bowels make you mlmrnblc. Take
Cascarets to-night; put an end t() the
headache, bllllousnoss, dizziness, nerv-,
ousness, sick, sour, gassy stomach,
(backache and all other distress;
oleanse your inside organs of all the
bile, gases and constipated matter
which is producing tho misery.
A 10-cont box means health, happi
ness and a clear head for months.
Mo more days of gloom and distress
if you Will take a Cnscaret now and
then. All druggests sell Cascarets.
Don't forget the children their little
Insldes need a gentle cleansing, too.
To Cure a Cold In One Pay
Take LAXATIVIt DROMO Quinine. II stop? the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cue
V? W. OROVK'S signature on each bo*. 2V.
6 real nice white Plates only 30c at
S M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
I SOCIAL AN1 PERSONAL. \
The marriage of Miss Louise John
son and Mi. Marvin A. Connelly,
which took place quietly Wednesday
evening at the home of the bride on .
I South Limestone street is of cordial
? interest throughout the State.
The relatives of the young couple
and a few intimate friends were the
only ones present and the Rev. T. E.
I Marrls of the Buford Street Metho
dist church performed the ring cere
aiony. There were no attendants. The
bride wore a handsome traveling suit
I of dark brown and a small hat of the
Dr. and Mrs. Connelly left on an
evening train for New York where
they will be for the next two weeks,
going to Woodruff) the groom's home,
to reside on their return.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. 11. M. Johnson and a sister of
I Mrs. R. C. Garland. Mrs. Connelly as
Miss Johnson was one of the most pop
I Ular young women In the city. She
has a charming manner that has made
her many friends.
Dr. Connelly is a prominent young
dentist of ^Voodruff.
Ware Shoals, Oct. 18.?A very pret
ty home wedding took place on Sun
day evening, Oct. 12, when Miss
Rigah L., daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Davenport was married to Mr. John
R. Brown. The wedding took place in
the parlor at three o'clock, the room
being nicely decorated with ever
greens and flowers. To the strains of
the wedding march played on the or
gan by Miss Margaret Dallas, the bri
dal party entered and took their plac
es by the altar. The bride was real
pretty, dressed In white and was sup-j
ported by her sister. Mrs. P. Guest'
while the groom was accompanied by
Mr. Guest. The ceremony that made
the happy couple man and wife was
performed by Rev. J. M. Dallas. Af
ter the nuptial knot had been tied the
young people received the hearty
congratulations of their host of friends
present. The bride received many
handsome ami useful presents. On
Monday the wedding dinner was serv
ed to a large number of guests, and
was a very sumptuous and happy re
past. The bride's cake was cut and
handed to each friend present. The
happy young people left on the ev
ening train for their future home in
Pelzer where they carry the h?>st wish
es of all our people.
A wedding ceremony of unusual In
forest was solemnized at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Huff in this
city last Wednesday at noon, when
their daughter, Miss Gladys Huff, be
came the wife of Mr. 11. E. Cartlodgo,
also of Laurons. The ceremony w;>s
performed in the parlor of the Huff
home, which had been beautifully dec
orated and arranged for the occasion.
Rev. L. P. McGoo, the pastor of the
bride, performed the ceremony, using
the impressive ring service. The cere
mony was begun When the wedding
march was sounded by Mrs. Ernest
Huff, of Greenville. Miss Annie Huff,
sister of the bride, entered with Mr.
J. 11. Timmorinan and they were fol
lowed by Miss Louise 'Cartlodgo, sis
tor of the groom, with Mr. Phil Huff, j
The groom entered witli his best man.
Mr. Arthur Lee, and took his place
in front of the minister. The bride,
very attractively gowned, entered on
tlie arm of her brother. Mr. Ernest
Huff, and joining the groOai, took with
him the few vows that bound them as
one. After the benediction had been
pronounced upon them, the relatives
and friends of the young couple whoj
wore pros* t crowded around them
and showered them with congratula
tions and best wishes.
After the few minutes allowed for;
congratulations, the guests were in
vited into the dining room where an
elegant course dinner was served. At
two o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Cartlodgo
took the train for Clinton, from
whence they began their wedding trip
to Atlanta. Ixmisvlllc and Knoxvllie.
t'pon their return they will temporari
ly reside with the bride's parents on
West Main street.
Doth of those young people are
well and popularly known In Laurons,
the bride being a very attractive and
accomplished young lady of many
splendid qualities. Mr. Carthdge
holds a responsible position in the
railroad offices here, having risen to
his present place through merit and
In Honour of Miss I.nckrldire.
On Thursday aftornon of last week
Mrs. Dorroh Eerguson charmingly en
tertained in honour of her guest. Miss
Nina Lockt idge, an attractive visitor
from Lynchburg, Va. During the af
ternoon the guests enjoyed several
rounds of auction bridge, the prize for
the highest score being won by Mrs.
George Dalle. The guest of honour
was presented witli a beautiful sou
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COME AND GET YOUR SHARE OF THEM
We are offering to the People of Laurens County better values in Furniture than ever
shown before. Don't delay, but come at once and let us fit up your home
with Bright New Furniture. You will be surprised and
pleased with the values we offer you,
Only $4.75 for 6
Why pay Six Dollars at
Regular Six Dollar Value
No Better Value liver .Shown
A beauty ami well worth
Our price only $9.50
A value that every one will
No. 8 Stove only $12.00
Complete with .jo pieces ware. This is not a cheap
scrap iron stove, but a strictly high grade small
size No. 8. Just the stove foi small family.
Hi re is a l>i<: value ami every
family ought t<> <>i t one <?! them
A Dandy Big Value
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The Store Where You Get the Best Home
Furnishings at Lower Prices.
Laurens, S. C.
And a Ken! High ('.rude
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vonlr of the occasion. Following the
names, the hostess served a most de- ,
Melons salad course.
Again Thursday evening, Mrs. Fer
guson entertained the younger set in
honour of Miss IjOCkridgO. The
guests were arranged around eleven
tables and alter many entertaining
games of auction bridge, prizes were
awarded for the highest scores. Miss
Toccoa Caino won the lane, prize
and Mr. Rice Nlcklcs the gontlcuicn's.
The honour guest was presented a
handsome memento. A delectable
salad course followed the completion
of the games.
Mrs. Micks Entertains.
Mrs. .lohn 1 licks delightfully en
tertained a number of friends ;;t Ivor
home on Farley Avenue lasl Wednes
day afternoon. Nine tallies of "Forty
Two" were arranged and the guests
enjoyed an afternoon of many inter
esting conU <ts. A delicious sti . I
lunch was served after the ganie.s.
The hostess was assisted in entert.i n
Ing by Mrs. s. lt. Tod.I.
In Honour of Mrs. Moseloy,
Miss Ella Roland was tie' hostess
last Tuesday when sin; entertained
the Social Club in honour of Mrs.
Carlos R. Moseloy. The game of the
afternoon was "Forty Two" and many
interesting games were ployed. Fob
lowing these, the hostess served a
delightful salad course. The guests
were received :it the door by the host
ess, who was assisted by Mrs. Mosolcy,
Fort) Two Club.
The Forty Two Club was entertain
od last Wednesday afternoon by Miss
Kate Wright at her home on Chest
nut street. After many exciting
rounds of the popular game, the
hostess served a delicious salad lunch.*
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