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8 Local and Persopal Mention. 8
Mr. M. W. Hill, of 'Waterloo, was a
vis'.tor in the city Thursday.
Mrs. Mark Hellams is spending a few
days in Newberry.
Mrs. L. Q. Balle and children are
visi'ting, rolatdvyp in Newberry.
Mrs. .H1. S. -Blackwell is spending
some time in Columbia, with her sis
ter, Mrs. Fisher.
Mr. E. I'. Minter left Monday night
for the northern markets to .buy stocks
for lhs firm, the Minter Company.
Mrs. W., 17. Lucas has returned to
the cit.y aid is again teaching a class
lrs. W. H. Kesler, of Ashville, Is
visiting' lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Cecilia Evans, after visiting her
mother, Mrs. Balle, for several weeks,
will return to her home in qRoanoke,
Mr. Brooks Sullivan, who is now
living at Bonnor's Ferry, Idaho, is
visitign his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
A. Sullivan, for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. huff spent several
days in Columbia last week, Mr. Huff
going down to attend a meeting of for
tilizer salesmen at the district office.
Miss Kate 101enl 10ichelberger has
accepted a posit.ion as assistant teach
er li the Youngs school. Miss Both
Shell has also taken a place there as
tovu-her in the intermediate depart
.hr. E. II. Wilkos returned Monday
from Charleston, where he had been
in ottendance ipon the convention of
'C'hristan 0lndeavorers. Mr. :Wilkes
was honored by re-election to the of
fLee of vlce president. lie reports a
very enthusiastic as well as enjoyable
ir. 'and Mirs. W. it. AlcIhail have
as their guests this week, Mrs. Mc
l'hill's parents, NIl-. -and Mrs. John B.
IA'verett, of Starr, her aunt, Mrs.
Titos. .I. Dobbs, of Tyler, Tex., and her
cousill, .rs. Mary F. Muller, of Tex
('hares Fleming, of Co. 1), spent
t.he week-end in the city with his par
enis. While here he received in
structions to report to Washington
for a physical exailination for en
trnnn- into on0 of the training camps.
I to hopes to pass the examination sat
isfactority andi to be assigned to Fort
Mis. Fannie Bullock, mother of Mr.
It. I,. Walker, continues ill at her
honie In the eastern part of the city.
NIMr.. Ilullock is one of the oldest. per
s(ns in the city, her first husband, the
late Tandy Valker, having been at
memb111er of the L aurens Volunteers,
Saluda legiment, which was in the
campaign against the Seminole In
(iais in Florida In 1S36.
MI rs. '. S. (Gilkerson has ret.urned to
tle city after spending a few days in
- rnvcO iile. where she went to attend
the marriage of her sister, Miss Lucile
Bentz, I NIMr. liil iary liarksdale, form
erly of this city but nwo a resident of
ba (rnige, La. ''lie cereony wsas
Iliormd ati the hiomel of the b)rlde's
pa rents Wednesday.
110on. it. A. C'ooper, aiccomipaniled by
.\lr. .I. $. .\nlacen, left Sunday after
-noon1 for Iirookvllle, .\lIns.. where Mr.
C'oopier is to he. married t hIs morning
ait (levenI o'clock to .\lishs (Doreas
Caimes, whlo has spent most of her
life here. The marriage will tak~e
place at the home11 of the bride's unclie.
.\ ir. C ooper andl Ni\r. Maclhen left from
(ross 11111, where the former miade anl
add(1resis duintg thei moriing oni the Y.
.\I. ('. A. campaIgn.
What woul-l you (d0 if
You swere t ho son of a illiioniaire
andl you hadl mioro money t han you
knew what to (10 with;
And all your friends were hard
drninking, hapipy-golueky young peo
And if you weont to a masquerade
p~arty anld whlo fouri shooets in the
w-indl yon wished anI -engagemient ring
on the linger of a young lady million
And you aft er-vards wven t cavorting
ariound towvn ini the costume of a
knight of old with mnor6 than he
(0ould hold, tinally en~ding up in the
And if, aifter all this, your hard
hearted dad batiled you. out andI then
shipped you off to one of hIs con
struaction camps dlown on1 thle Tennes
s100 River where a damn 'was In -the pro
css of loonstruction?--w'hat, under
such circumstances as these, would
you do, especially when you found
that the sister of the construction
auiperintendent was a pippin of a girl
who made your hearA do a quick-step
w'henever 'you looked 'into her eyes?
This the situation .that Brlan
Goeodwin is up against in "Youth," the
nowest WVorld-picturo Brady-Made
~. which will be seen on Monday at the
' Opera House.
Carlyle ,Blackwell plays the role of
Unfian Goodwin in this production
w1~teh charming June M1vidge is seen
in the part of the pippin of a girl,
nu wil njny this picture. See t.
+ SOCIETY. +
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Mrs. M. 'L. Copeland entertained the
Wednesday Club on November seventh.
Mrs. J. D.- Watts read an instructive
paper ezntitled "Local Color in George
W. Cable's Novels". She gave a short
sketch of Cable's life as well as theI
characteristics of his books. Mrs. B.'
L.- Jones read several extracts froirm
Will 'Harben's Georgia cracker tale,
"Polo Baker". This ended the liter
ary program for the afternoon.
Mrs. Rice Nickels was hostess to the
Needle. Craft Club on Friday after
noon. The early hour of the afternoon
passed with needle and yarn, followed
by a delightful salad course. Mrs.
Nbcols was assisted in entertaining
by Mr. I. Vance Irby.
To .Wed in December.
An announcement of great interest
th roughout Laurens county appieared
in the Sunday's .edition of The State.
Mirs. Tonch Carson, Poole announces
the engagement' of her daughter,
Mary Frances to Robert S. Owens of
McCormick, the wedding to take place
Miss Poole has cuito a number of
friends and relatives in Laurens coun
ty. Mir. Owens is a native of Clinton
but for the past fow years he has
been practicing law in Abbeville and
An event of more than passingin
terest. was the first. tournament given
by the Red Cross on Saturday after
noon in th#iTraynham (guards armory
at. 3:30 o'clock. Tables were arrang
ed for bridge, rook and forty-two, al
so there was a large number of guests
sewing and chatting. ion-bons and
nuts were served during the after
Miss 'llannaht Royall entertained at
a rook party on Tuesday evening. Af
ter several hours of enjoyment, deli
cious hot. chocolate and cake were
Ware Shoals, Nov. 32.-The wedding
of Miss Grace Simmons and Mr.
Thomas Abrams of Ware Shoals, was
a pretIy event, taking place at2 o'colck
Wednesday afternoon in the presence
of relatives, friends and neighbors.)
The parlor was artistically decorated,
though simple, with ferns, English ivy
and white chrysanthemunis. It was
here the bride and groom entered In
at tentled and were joined in marriage
by Rev. .J. 11. Connolly, pastor of the
Mrs. Abrams is the eldest daughter
of M'. and Mrs. 1. P. Simmons and is
well known in Laurens county. She
is an accomplished young woman of
many attractive diualities. Mr. Abrams
is a~n energetie young farmer.
'T'he bride wais lovely in her' dr ess
oif dalrk bilue satiin andi~ georget te, tier
boutruet being white rpses and~ ferns.
T1hey were the rcipientis of nmany
usefull and valuable lpresenits.
After thle ceremony thle brIde andii
groom muot ored to thle home of Mr. .1.
W. Simpson to see t heir brot her, M.
Wil lie Abhramls andl Mliss Agnes Simp
son married, thlen re't urning to thle
bride's home1( w herie a del ight Ifiut wed
dling supper wvas servedl.
Qutarterly meeting of Division No.
2 of W. 1. U., Auaxiliary to Lautrens
Association, will convene wvithi l'nion
,lihurch, Nov. 2 ithi, 1917.
I): 30 A. M.-Dlev'otional exercIses. .\trs.
C. C. Caldwell.
Greetinigs-Mrs. Sam W'llliamis.
ilesponse -Miss Litttie Tlayhor.
Topic-Stewardship. Mrs. J. R. Wil
Is Tithing obligatory Mr's. Georgo
Time, Tialenits andl Money. Mrs.
AplpoinitmentI of commit tees.
:30 P. M.-Devottonal. i'rs. Cliar
Ti'~c-Is the Prayer of Faith Always
Answered? Mrs. C. -B. Bobo.
Voluntary Ti>ssonms fronm the Bible on
Voluntary Personal Experiences on
Tople-Importance of Mission Stutdy
in the W, M. U. and Junior So
cieties. Mrs. T. N. 'Barkedale.
Mrs. Carrie E. George, Pros,
Miss Allie Babb, Sect,
.Bauaar a Succce;
The annual bazaar, given under the
audpicos of the Kings D~aughters Wed
nesday, was a success, both from tiho
social and ,flnancial standpoint. The
bazaar hiadquar'ters, in the Simmons
building, wks the scene of miuch auctiv
ity all during the day and when oven
ing came the -ladies wore burdened
with money taken in from the sale of
dinners anid fanny work,
IN(STI'UTE LAST WIEK
)bservation Work and Address by Dr.
Cromer Featured the Meeting.
The Laurens County Teachers In
ititute was 4eld in the Laurens grad
d school Fi0lday and Saturday, Nov.
Ith and 10th. The institute was well
ttended, and an excellent, program
vas carried out.
On Friday morning the teachers
romt the county observed the regular
vork of the Laurens school. At eleven
thirty the school was dismissed and
.he teachers ponvened to discuss the
work observed. Mr. J. -i. Sullivan,
zounty superintendent, lead the high
school 'teachers in the discussion of
the work observed. The grammar
rado teachers were lead-4by Mr. 'B. L.
Parkinson, and the primary teachers
by Miss Annie !Workman.
On Friday afternoon iDr. G. -B.
Cromer of Newberry addressed the
teachers. This patriotic address arous
ed enthusiastic response as the teach
ers were told the causes of the war
and how each 'ould do their bit. Miss
Lucy Evans of Spartanburg told the
teachers in a very attractive manner
Crow to organize a Junior Red Cross,
And how to make marry utseful things
for the boys at the front.
On Saturday the regular Teachers
Mleting program was carried out.
Miss Wofford called the meeting to
order at 10:30. .Mr. Parkinson con
diucted the opening exercises. After
this the teahers went, to the sectional
meetings, the primary teachers to
slty the Ilalliburton Primer under di
rections of lis .\nnie Workman, the
graimcar grades to study C'harter's
"Teaching he C'oinuon lranches" un
dcer diIretion of miss Russel of Win
throp college, and the high school
teachers to he lead by Dr. Patterson
At the general meeting the teachers
w ere addressed by Mir. S. .1. Derrick, of
Ncwherry on "The mlssion of the
School Teacher." Mr. Albert Todd was
present. to ask the teachers for their
cooperation in the campaign for the
Y. M. C. A. fund. After the regular
business the teachers adjourned to
meet again on the first Saturday of
Mliss .essie E. 'Tinsley, of the Chest
nut Ridge section, and Mir. William P.
Irwin, an energetic young farmer of
the Shiloh section, were happily mar
ried at the home of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Zach Tinsley, Wed
nesday, a few friends of hothi parties
being present. They returned from :
short honeymoon Friday evening and
are now residing in the, Shiloh com
Rev. S. 1-1. Toempleman, of tlhe i'i rst
laptist church, has returned to the
city from Charleston, where lie has
been during the past few weeks doing
pastor'al work aniong the soldiers, lie
Will take ill his regular duitihs againl
RIDGE WAY, S. C.,
Read T. V. Parker's Ex
In an intIeriestIig lutertview withi
i. 'T. V. Parker, a wheelwright by
tradce, l iving inl leidlgeway, 8. C., lie
said(: "'Ind igestioti andc stonmleh troui
iles had mie for fali'. I cotuld notu cat
withiout pain and after distrtess my13
Iiver' iie'(ame sI %gishi and I was at
most a phyiala wreek. Could not do
enit. .\ly' at tent Ion wits dt'awn to y'Ouri
ironilied Pnuw-P'aw by a neighibor' who
had been benefied. Htegan to take
youri r'emiedy r'eg)ilar'ly and derived so
muchel relief that I am continuIng its
use.' I begIn tQ feel like myself' 0nce
mtore, cnn do tmy work r'egutlarly' and
gainIng tiesh ever' day and r'eal ly feel
like ta new man.
"You hav'e my hearty I i niks. I lave
told all my' fieli dahoab t thle great.
hliItng proper t le. of y urt ton ic anid
it will give me reat pleasure to
recommlend it wheov1y I go."
Don't trnIle wIth y.ir health, If you
need some r'emedy take a tried One,
whilh for neatrly a qiuartetr of a een
'ury has stood thie test of time.
N) man or womanli is equtipped)C for
noble1 deeds who is a d1yspepitiecir who
is suffer'ing from any form of ntervouts
rcass and ianeic condition of tile
Indigestion, stome"'-h troubles and
Iipureo blood 'weaken our nminds,
dwarf our cap~abilities and limit otir
Ironizedl Paw-Paw 1temiedy will do
more to brighten the world, to dlis
tiel gloom, to make happy homes and
strong Wron bodies, thatn tall the medi
reines tht have e'ver beeln 'ompiloundted.
The evidence we are puibll hing every
dlay should be conclusIve proof.
A system that ia overworked or run
down requires a harmless stimulant.
Ironized Paw-'Paw Tlontic lifts nnd
hoids you. Your' drutgglst probably
eeps its but if 1he doesn't, it is sold in
murens by Laur'ens D~ruig Co.,
Ironized Paw--Paw, pr'ico $1.00.
iormiula on every hottle. Mail or
dlers 'promptly attended to. Interstate
D~rug Co'., Inc., 'New York.-Advertise
Will be interested to know that we have just re
ceived a large shjpment of fine Sewing Machines--the
kind that never give trouble--and we offer them to
you at the same old prices
$22.50 to $35.00
Guaranteed for a Life Time
Light running; Ballbeixing; Simple and easy to
operate; breaks less .needles than any other machine.
No Better/iachine Can be Bought
even if you pay fifty to seventy-five dollars. They
are going fast. Come early to be sure of getting one.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes Co.
Laurens, S. C.
Notice to Subscribers
Those subscribers in arrears who have not
yet answered the letters sent to them during
the past several weeks are reminded that the
mailing list will be revised Saturday. Those
desiring to remain on the list should send in
their remittance by that time.
Any subscriber who is under the impression
that the date on his label is not correct should
take up the matter with this office either by
letter or in person before Saturday. Tele
phone conversations about accounts lead to
Subscribers whose subscriptions expire dur
ing October and November would confer a
favor on us and save us considerable expense
by remitting immediately without having us
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