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* Local and Personal Mention. *
ir. . P. 'M'inter left Monday night
for a business trip to Atlanta.
Mrs. C. W. Tune left Saturday for
.Cartersv'ille, G-a., Ito lvisit irtlatives
for a few weeks.
Miss Sue iDean left yesterday for
Augusta where she will spend soU(
tine with her sister.'
hliss Wil Lou Gray, of Columbia,
spent the week-end In the city with
her parents, "mir. and Mis. W. I. Gray.
lrs. W. 1). F'ranks is spending sev
eral days with her parents, Gir. and
1rs. hienry Garrison, at. Gray Court.
'\irs. Rosa i. Caine and son, E. M.
Caine, returned Monday from Chicago
where they have been for some time.
.Miss Ora Smonk, a student from
Orangehurg, at Lander college, spet
the week-end with ,Miss Sadie Su i;
i s. -Ioel Smith and Mrs. J. Moore
Mars, of Ableville, are spending the
veek iIn the city in attendance upon
Mrs. W. T. Moore and chiliren
Spent several days last 'week with
Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. W. T.
tarre. in Greenville.
Miss Gladys Smith, of Cflarleston,
is the guest of 'Miss 'Mlargaret Wihti
and her sister-in-law., Mrs. Dr. W. P.
Miss Jane Tucker Fisher has re
turned to her home in Columbia after
visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Blackwell
for n few (lays.
Dr. J. I. Teague and Mr. Aisle 111
ler returned SPaturday from Charles
ton where they spent the week on a
very successful fishing trip.
Mrs. Ii. K. Aiken and Mrs. J. 11.
Teague have returned' home after
attending the meeting of Kings Daugh
ters in Charleston.
Misses Annie Belle and Bess Chil
dress leave today for a visit of sev
eral weeks with relatives in Atlanta,
Ga.. and Jackson, Miss.
Mir. and 'irs. M. G. Williams, of
1 ittringh am, Ala., arrived in the city
a fe'.v days a go to visit 'rs. Williams'
parents, Rei. and Mrs. N. ii. Dial.
Miss Iuth I:gwcll, who is employ
ed in the gover'nor's ollice in Columbia,
spelt the w V(ek-end in the city with
her miot her. Mlrs. W. S. Bagwel I.
Mr. W. C. Waldrop spent reveral
day: of last week in Cha rlotte in a.
tendance itpon it meeting of For'
dl'alers at ilihe Ford :ssemittling plant
in that city.
Lt. . . Htolt, who Is Mtill heing
treatel at the hospital at ('amp .lack
SoU, at It)iiie for a fewv lays on a
furlcitagh and exliects to get his dis
chiar:; at an early date.
Mrs. Estelle Bomar, Mirs. C. L. Wa-1
drop. .\liss Carrie Fowler and 11ev. .1.
T. Miller motored in from Lanford
Monday to purchase a piano for the
Methodist clhurclh of that place.
Miarlin It. Poole, son of Mr. and
Mirs. T. P. Poole, of the 'Tylersville
section, was earried to Spartanburg
foir an opera tion last. 'week. 1His
friends wi'll 1hle glad to kniow thint thle
lie is r'ecov'ering r'apiidly'.
('apt. Aithuri Lee r'eturnedl to thte
city a fteir receiving hiis diselharige
froim t he army at Camp Jackson Sat'
iirday. He Is taking a short rest he
fore resuming his dhuties as busitess
mtanager of The Adveirtiser'.
F'riendls of yountg Warr'en Bolt wi.'l!
he initei'ested to learni that lie has
caugh th Ile Chbaittaunai fever and has
accopted a position with the manage
ment to go along with one of thte out
fits as a hlper~i alnd genteral utility
Susm'iber's to Collier's Weekly and
purchlasers of books Ott the install
ment plan will be glad to know that
This exceptional Value
Cannot be excelled any
J. IH. NANCE
Out of Town Orders
Col. McDaniel, who collects for both,
is in the city today and will be inak
ing cordial visits to his friends for
)r. L. M. Roper, of Petersburg, Va.,
spent Monday in the city on his day
to Atlanta to attend the Southern
Baptist Convention in session this
week. Ile was joined here by a num
her of delegates from the local 111d
Corp. Frel W'ham, of the 117th 10n
gineers, arrived home yesterday on a
slirt firlough and was given a cordial
velcoine by his friends here. . lie
stats that the other members ot1 the
reginent will get their discharges in
a few (lays and will be at homie before
the end of the week.
'Miss .Julia Curry, daughter of Mr. .1.
It. Curry, of Gaffney, and Robert T.
iarnett. of his city were happily mar
ried at the home of the bride in (affney
Friday night. a few intimate friends
of the young people being preseut. The
bride is pin attractive and accol
pl1ishel young lady, having just coml
pleted a year's dities as a school
teacher. Nilr. Uarnett is well known
:in1d popul Tar in Laurens, having been
a miemberr of Co. 1). 118th Infantry,
just returning with his regiment from
France a few w(eeks ago. Mr. and
.\lrs. Harnett eaml)e to Lnauirens to spend
a fow (lays with the groom's relitives
after the marriage and returned to
Gaffney :.\onday, where they will
make their home. '.r. Barnett has al
ready necepted a position there and
will enter u110pon his duties within a few
Last Saturday night the Seniors of
the Laurens high school were delight
fully entertained by the .lunto's at the
beautiful home of Miss Clara Dunlap.
In the yard pretty Japanese lanterns
were hung and at night they present
ed a pretty appearance. A receiving
line consisting of the oflicers of the
tenth and eleventh grades, Miss Love,
Misses Emmnie Sullivan, Mary Rloper,
Pauline Clarke and Mir. Pinkney Sim
mons was stationed at the front door.
\rs. Fe riuison presided over the pu neh
1ow l and Miss Allen aniid Miss - ithi
helped with the entertainmient.1 flur
ing the evenine a deliciouls ice cours5e
was served. When thle rowd tiinally
dislpe'sed it was agreed that the even
ing h:dl been a lost enjovable one.
.\ 111011 te out-of-towns giiest s who
:a'tendeili ithe eeption we're: 3liss
I3arT:arct Il)ulap. Lieut. Tights, Yeo
a:n1 1). I). .\r(len . 'Messrs. Dewitt
Nichols, Le Add Blakely, Win. Bryson.
Chari les Bla ikely, C'onaay lbolt, henry
(laiu ' . d:1:Iii Fuller. .1. ,. Langston.
Nathaa Wallace, James )untap, Hugh'd
1 'I't' . Itoarold Mnlrph, Ti. K. ITutmphries,
.1. ('anfield Qnd Ruledge Fuller.
Picture Shlowi Takes lest.
Manager Gfilbert M. Tyler, of the
Opera louse, has announced that pie
lures will not be shown at the Opera
I Tense (uIn g th e Chiait auqtua except.
Wednesday and1( Saturday, when thle
shiow will be I'uninlg fuit bl )ast. Th'le
hiouse will not lhe oipenl Thiuirsday, Fri
A Ipuilie meeting of thlose citizenis
whlo retur ri'i ea or ci lersonalI property
in the school dlistrict of thle towni of
Laurells, willi be hleld1 in the Court
I louse, IFriday, MAay 30t u, at 10 o'clock
a.,mi., for thle puirpiose of electing trus
lees for skidl school Alisitct anid also
for the puirpose of- leyy'ing a tax for
mlainitaining the public schools in the
town of Laurens foir the scholastic
Ily ordelcr of hoard of Trustees.
0. HI. SIMM.\ONS.
as an example a' Good
~pical of the many other
/aJues we have to offer.
pure thread Silk Hose,
>ack, 1 8-inch Silk, fine
d Lisle Top, double sole,
ed heel---colors Black,
ed Grey, Suede Grey,
Brown. Priced at only
Dry Goods Dept.
O. D. Nelson, Mg-r.
DRtY 00OODS, NOTIONS, SHIOES
MEN'S FItNISIfING GOOHDS
[l'ROSS ILL a a S. C.
WET'1W1' THEAHER MARKS
IIAU''A UQUA O1ENIN(4
Large Audience En1toys Afternoon and
Eveniii Numbers in Spite of Inclem
The fourth season of the Lauryens
chlautauua opened auspicionly yes
terday afternoon in spite of the down
pou r of rain whlich lasted throughont
most of th dt (lay and even up intil the
11or of the first performance. Though
the afte'rnoon wVas uncomnfor'tably
lamp, a large audlielnee was present
at the opening exercises.
The attraction yesterday aftrnoon
was the Orchestral S(cet te, compos
ed of femiailue volees. 't'" i'oneit
consisted of both classical aul popular
mtmnhers and met ewith the hearty ap -
proval of the large audieller hearing
it. Mllss Irene Stolofskly, violin soloist
and leader of the soxlette, wa 1 prime
favorIte with the audiene Illhi sle
diviled honors with other mu'bn:e'rs of
the company. The sexletto - at:IV
short r11 ile' oa in last nih('t after
'thich Mist;s .\d: \\ard charw111 her ol
'ie l'( f with e' r lclture 8'tt 'o
,'ether". licsidtes mixine: pathetic and
amusint expern iene of fIritish i'om
mies" onl the western from. fiom
wh11c( sli(iea ly 11r1' ('1'l1 ni rn 11111ed,
1'iss Ward made an eloqpwnt i:eoleh
of the Common ground oil which the
'ntofed States and her tallies stand in
world affairs and made a strong plea
for . a strong hond of friendship be
tween these nations. .iss Ward, who
is'h ut at wee hit of a wtoman, captivat
ed her auidience by her charming man
ner andt brilliancy of speech.
The program this afternoon will con
sist of a conert by the Harvesters
Company and a lecture on "The New
Competition" by t. E;. P. Kline, one of
the leading Chautantina platform
speakers. Tonight .will he another
('nnert by the liarv8estors and a lec
ture by Capt. Perigord, of the French
'The Chautaurinla -will follow the pro
gras previously printed an(d will last
u11nal next 'Tuesday night. when the
Melropolitan Quartet will give a Con
vert followed by a it:-tilre "uncle
Sam's Folks" by :Alton It. Packtard.
master cartoonist anl entertainer.
.lich interest is h el ('centered in the
convert hby Kryl's Hand :ndtiley night
and in the debate between 'nCles
Z'/neblin and lion. 'leslie .\. S4haw
.onday iht. The (<ptestinl to be
debated will he "Stihall the Glovern
m ent Own and Operate ten Rail
Thm afle'rnoon1 perf'orman'es atre
bie feinnin t aI I o'clock anld(] the g t'en.
ing performances at 8:20. Attendants
are reqiuested to he lromptly on time
so as not to interrupt the entertain
.I1W.1RIIEI) TIE1), S. C,
.Lteu 'llnant Colonel Garl nsion Is From
8 lnrliells FamIlly,
'he following n1eotpanying ti
award of the distinguished so elee
cross will be of interest to many rel
tol lesfof the ie Win touth Crol'O~in:
heut.11asse (' ll. Cress-w yllig111toG
saf. " e t-ee t iiin w re
Lieutnn Cloloel C'arl igtn hg'elp8 e'
ofsts aont 1( advacd observatiyof'
post1. Iern a o und11 i'llle r washt'I
inglfrt L'ieuenn w olo'sng 1arlng(
te'nsetfire fo ' aril8tle land mal
arms' to. where gtohe ound1'e 'flicr
ilay andl~lt assisted in garryin hamgo
lioe't. Clel iligtyo, gradute
aol Wes PInstoadck. gl ry f
fler is & 1o ifGe. VIrnes A. Car.
ingtonretifred, whoe nrwso inspe- m
ore thenero the army.ls Gen.aelrnest
Garingtons f10 aerl wasthlate Ao
ceoment u laye Ia enrain ao
an memberC or heGalintonal fam-'
Don'~lth dea juing ou ier Whiete
Mountain L Refrigerato. Werr haavers
alf size in tc.ic rgiaioli
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have.' te>m3.'TG. a.rerr maager' I
Goodyvar Tir &Y. br oofArn
,Ohio, wno aonl makes h aVno esole
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The Hoosier is not a me;re storage place; not a work table. It is not
man's idea but a scientific l :bor-saving machine developed by w oman. It con
tains every wanted convenience---every practical device.
In spite of its high qualit. ::nd great convenience, flcc: ;ers are moderately
priced. Your Hloosie r awaits you.
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