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* Local ai4 IersonMl 141nton.
A1iss 'Lla Fleming, of Ora, was
*isitor In the city yesterday.
-1rs. J. McC. 'Barksdale is visiting
fricnds and relatives in Chester.
Miss Rebecca Clarke i; spending
the month of July inl Greenville.
ir. George Copeland, of D. E. Trib
ble & Company, Clinton, was a visitor
in the city Monday.
'Mr. 'C. 'W, Mahon and little son,, J.
W.. of the upper part of the county,
were visitors in 'the city Monday.
Mrs. M. '. Stutts, Qo Clinton, spent.
a few days here last Week with rela
irs. C. A. Walker and two children,
of Shelbyville, Ind., ae visiting Mr.
and Mrs. James R. dlavis.
Dr. QM. F. Nunez, a practicing phy
sician of Colombia, Central America,
is on a visit to his sister, Mrs. 1Dr.
J. T. Rutledge.
.ir. and Mrs. Laurens Barksdale
and Mr. Clyde Fowler leave Thursday
morning for Atlanta to spend a few
days with relatives and friends.
-Mr. Thomas Wilson merchant l.
Belfast, Ireland, arrived In the city a
few days ago to visit his brother, Mr.
W. G. Wilson.
Mr. J. S. Bennett and daughter,
SMiss Flora Dennett, -have returneI
from a visit to relatives in Hampton
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Hart and chln
dren motored to Laurens from Green
ville Sunday and spent the day with
Mr. and LMrs. C. M. Clarke.
Misses Sarah .Meredith, of Colum
bila, and Enma Livingston, of .New
berry, are guests, of '.Nisses Lucy and
Kathleen Little near the city.
'Miss Marguerite Tolbert left last
week for a vix weeks' summer course
at Columbia; .Univetsity, -New 1joric
Misses Harriett 'Bishop and Caroline
Hudgens accompanied by J. J. Adams
and "Icky" Albright are at 'Camp Jack
son this week as guests of -Miss Sarah
Misses Lois Fuller, Sarah lEliza
Swygert and Toccoa Gray have re
turned from RidgeCrest, N. C., where
they were guests of Miss Margaret
Roper, of Greenwood.
Mrs. 'D. G. tRuckman and family
have returned to their home in Staun
ton, Va., after visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Terry, .Mrs. J. A. P. Moore and
other relatives in. the city and county.
Mrs. James C. Dozier, of 'Rock Hill,
arrived Monday to spend some tim'e
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Little at their home a few miles in
the country.
Mr. B. H. 'Boyd, president of the
First National aBnk of Clinton, was
a visitor In -the city yesterday. Mr.
Boyd has been in ill health for some
time and his friends here iwere glad
to 4ee him out again.
Capt. Roy C.' Hilton arrived. in the
city Saturday to join Mrs. Hilton at
the home of Mrs. 'Laura Easterby.
Capt, Hlton will spend lis furlough
of about' a ' month alietween Lanrenis
and Greenwood.
Friends of Mr. William Gelder will
be sorry to learn that he is quite sick
at his home on WVest Main street. Hius
daughter, liga. Hugh Sanford, of
MIocksville, N.' C., .came down yester
Sday to be at his bedside.
Mrs. Edward McCrady left yester
day for Greenville after visiting her
mother, 'Mrs. T. Di. Darlington, for sev
.eral weeks. Mr. and Mrs. McCrady
have been boarding since their mnar
riage, but they expect now 'to take up)
Mir. and M1rs. A..C. Padgett, of At
lanta, Ga., have been visiting Mr. and
dirs. L. L. Moore on South Harper
street during the past week. Mr.
deadgett is a brother of Mrs. Moore
and is now a practicing attorney in
* Chief of P'olice James T. Crews
spent last 'week in Edgefleld with his
brother, Mr. Edgar Crews, who is con
nected with the Edgefleld Advertiser.
*He enjoyed the trip very much and
retu rned home considerably refreshed
after the vacation.
After spending Sunday at the home
of his father, Capt. J. B. Humbert,
Mr. H. B. Humbert returned to Abbe
,'die on the Fourth, accompanied by|
Mrs. Hlumnbert who spent the ,week
visiting at the home of her cousin,
Mr's. George Flynn, of ,that city.
Mlisses Margaret an.DOrothy Hum
bert spent the past wei at the homne
of their'grandfather, 'Capt. J. BI. Hum
bert. They were joined there by MiLss
Lo~uise Humnbert, of Anderson', and
Carlisle Sullivan, of 6impsonville,
efld tc'gether they enjoyed corne de
)ightful flahing trips,
Neeting of Civic League
The Civic League is called to meet
in the Rest Room, Thursday after
noon g 6 o'clock. The city counci't
Mid the Chamber of Commerce are,
coi'djally inS'ited to be present as mat
(ersi of importance to our city are to
* %i RS. B, L. JONES,
Enterialn "42" lub
Mrs. Aaurens Barksdale entertained
the Members of the "42" Club anld a
few friends Friday afternoon. After
several Interesting games a delicious
salad course with iced tea was served.
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Missionary Society Olves Social
The members of the 'Woman's Mis
sionary Society of the First Metho-.
dis; church,.of this city, gave a social
last Friday. evening at the residence
of 'Mrs. tR. S. Nickels, on West Main
street. :The occasion was especially
in honor of .Mrs. T. A.-Fairy, who is
leavink Lgurens this week to make
her home In Columbia. Mrs. Fairy
has beon' an active nlimber of the
society during her residence here. le
grets are expressed on every hand
that this good family are moving
away.. i
'Nearly all the members of the so
ciety were present on this occasion.
A regular program for entertainment
was provided and fully carried out.
Among other things the solos by Mrs.
G. H. Paulsen and Miss Dorothy
Fairy are worthy of special mention.
Refreshments in the nature of punch
and sandwiches were served by Mrs.
Rice Nickels. It was a most enjoy
able evening, the only cause of regret
being the early dleparture from the
community of Mr. and Mrs. Fairy and
Mrs. Mark 'Hellanis entertained a
group of little girls and boys Tues
day afternoon at her spacious coun
-try home in honor of little Miss Mary
Hundon Davis. Mrs. 'Ifellans was as
sisted by 'Mrs. .B3. B. Todd in serving
ice cream and cake. Those who en
joyed the occasion were Misses Sara
and Jllsie lene l)endy, Margaret
'Cheek, Olive and I~lla Smith, Jack and
Bill Todd.
Birthday Party.
-Little Miss Louise Cheek celebrat
ed her third birthday-July 4th, at her
home in the Woodrow Wilson con
munity. She entertained twenty little
girls and boys ang the evening was
delightfully spent in playing games
of. all kinds, the color scheme being
carried out in red and white cut flow
era, At. six o'clock the little ones
were ushered into the dining room by
. 3Cheek, assisted by '.\ra. J, J.
Dendy and Mrs. F. H. Burton in serv
ing ice cream and cake. Those p'res
ent were Misses Mildred Btirton, Lou
lee, Virginia and Vera Todd, Nelle,
1Sara and Mamigaret Cheek, 'Mildred
and Anice McPherson,' Elsie Gene,
tFlossie and iRlhunette Dendy, Olive
and 1lla ginith, Clara and ilonnie
Simpson, 'Iherman Owings, Arthur and
Harold Cheek.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. S. *Link, Jr., wvho
wvere married at the home of the
bride's parents in Williamnston June
29th, arrived in the city last week af
ter their honeymoon and1 are tem
tMoram'iiy residing with Mirs. WK H.
H'ough on West Main street. The
bride, who formerly tatught in the lo
cal schools, has many friends in tihe
city whoe are delighted to have her re
turn here. The followvIng account of
the wvedding will be read with much
interest b~y friends of the young peo..
pie here:
Williamston. July 5.-The wedding
of 'Miss Ruby Lucile Anderson, yoting
est daughter of Rev. and Mrs. .John
~Fietcher Anderson of this place andl
Clarence St. Clair Link, Jr., of L~Iu
rens, elder son of Mr. and Mirs. Clar
ence St. Clair Link, Sr., of Fort Mill,
was celebrated at half after eight
o'clock on Wednesday evening, June
twenty-ninth, at the home of the
bride's parents. The father of the
bride officiated.
A corner of the livingroom, ear
Ipeted with white, banked with ferns
andl Shasta daisies, and gleaming
cathedral candles made an effective
background for the radiant loveli
ness of the bride and the youthful
beauty of her attendants.
The bride, who was given away byl
her mother, ,wore a gown of white
crepe meteor with lace and pearl
trimmings. Her veil of tulle fell
from a high ruff al. the .back of the,
coiffure, being held by a chaplet of
orange blossoms, and lengthened to
form -the train. She carried a show
er bouquet of .brides' roses and valley
lillies. 11er mother was gownedl in
silver grey crepe satin with grey lace
trimmings, the low corsa'ge filled in
with soft folds of silver grey tulle,
and wore a corsage 'bouquet of Co
lumbia roses.
The attendants wecre Mrs. Fred
Andrews, of Greenwood, (lame of
honor, .Who wore a gown of blue kit
(en eer 'satin and brocaded cloth of
ellver, and carried una arm bouquet of
Columbia robes; and Misses Kathleen
and Corinne Anderson, twin sisters ff
the bride, maids of honr. who wore
dresses of sunset taffeta with silver
and tulle trimmings, and carried arm
bouquets of -Ophelia roses and laven
der- sweet 1peas. Willimn Nims, of
Fort Mill, was best man. '
,Before the ceremony, 'Miss Mary
Hart Griffin, accompanied on the
piano ,by her sister, Mrs. Ralph Guy
ton, sang "Until" and "Constancy."
Miss Agnes Link, sister of the groom,
gave a beautiful piano Interpretation
of Schubert's "Serenade," and, as the
last lovely notes were dying on the
air, sounded the joyous opening bars
of Mendelssohn's Wedding March. In
response to this signal Mary Lander
and Katherine Suber, two little girls
gowned one in 'pink the other in blue,
stretched -broad 'white satin ribbons
up the length of the white carpeted
aisle as far as the living room door.
The ,wedding procession was leel by
the bridesmaids walking together
through the ribboned aisle to the al
tar where they separated, one taking
her %place on the right, the other on
the left of the officiating clergyman.
They were followed by the dame of
honor. The 1groom, with his best
man, enterel ,by a door to the left.
Then came the bride leaning on the
arm of her mother who gave 'ei to
the groom as they reached, the altar.
Following the beautiful and Im
pressive ring eeremony, the youthful
happy pair were ,showered with the
hearty good wishes and sincere con
gratulations of about seventy-five
relatives and friends who considired
themselves fortunate to .be present on
the auspicious occasion.
The little brown and white hunga
low home in its emerald setting was
so deliciously cool and attractive that
the guests quite forgot it was a warm
June night. The broad veranda
where delicious iced punch was served
was alluring in its furnishings of
grass rugs, comfortable wicker chairs
and softly shaded lanterns. The spa
cious hall and the living room were
cool and festful in white and green
decorations of ferns and shasta daisies
with white candles in crystal stocks.
The dining room was in pink and
white, and the bride's table was very
beautiful with its cluny lace cover,
pink carnations in a crystal vase, and
softly shaded pink oandles. Not the
least attractive feAture here was the
.beautifully trimmed bride's cake hold
ing the fateful symbols. Crystal com
potes held 'pink and white mints, and
friends of the bride assisted in serv
ing block ice cream and bride's cake
in the bridal colors.
The large collection of well selected
gifts, each one of which .was both
beautiful and useful, attested the wide
popularity of the contricting 'parties.
Among the out of towni guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S'. Clair Link.,
Sr., and Miss Agnes Link, of Fort
Mill, parents and sister of the groom;
Mr. and Mrs. 'Harry W. Link, .of Greer;
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lee Blake. Miss Ag
nes Blake and Master 'Herbert Blake,
of Pelzer; Miss Hallie Pelzer, ot
Charleston; W1i9s ilva Weft, of Ches
ter; and George M. Wright, J. Fred
Blackman, C. T. -Latimer, and ,O. M.
~Norwoodl, of Laure'ns.
-For going away tihe bride wvas at
tired in a chic siuit of midnight blue
tricotine with which she wore a fea
ther lhat of midnight biue and white,
and grey gloves and shoes.
.After their 'wedding journay Mr. and
Mr's. Link will he at home in Lasurens
where Mr. Link holds -the- responsible
p)osition of Secretary -of Watts M\ills.
Statfeent oif the0 Condition of the
(close of busines 'Junie 80, 1921,
Loans and Discoumts .. .. $ 99,775.45
Overdrafts - .. . 652.3.1
urtueand Fxue..2,120.00
flankcing House.... .. .. .. 2000.00
D ue from Flanks and Bank
Currency.--.--.--.... ....701.00
Silver and Other Coin . . 588.61
Checks and Cash Items . . 2,150.41
Total.-.--.-.... .. . ...$ 5245
Capital Stock Paid In .. ..$20,250.00
Surplus Fund . .. ... .. ..6,000.00
Undivided 'Profits, less Cur
rent F~xpenses and .Taxes
Due to Blanks and Bankers 193.33
Individual Deposits Subject
to Check .. .. .425,525.60
Savings Deposits 12,000.00
Time Certificates of De..
-posit . .. . .. 8A55.98
Cashier's Checks 113.70 46,295.28
Bills Payable, including Cer
tificates for Money Bor
rowed .. .. . .., . 40.000.00
Btate of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
'fBefore me came C. ..\. Fuller. Cash
ier of the above named bank, who, be
Ing duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing statement is a true con
clition 'of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 8th day of July, 1921.
'W, E. OR1i0,
Notary Public.
Correct Attest: C. M. Fuller, W. J.
Cluck, J. M. Simmons, Iirectors.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggtetarnd oe AZO O1NT1'MENT faiIs ~
-c..re Itching. BnBe or Protrudlng Pile..
storrenvenItching Piles and you, con det ]
fin otenaferthe first applian, P;ke Cso
Every Woman Needs a
To Protect Her Woolens'and Furs
Bear in mind that there are several different kinds
of cedar and if you want a moth proof chest it must be
made of Tennessee Red cedar, because this cedar con-.
tains far larger proportions of oil and is therefore decid
edly more fragrant than low land cedar. It is the odor
from the cedar oil that is positive poison to the moth fly
and kills the moth producing eggs.
We are showing a good selection of genuine Ten.
nessee Red Cedar Chests at very attractive prices.
S. M. & 1. H. WILKES & CO.
Stateneit of the Condition of the
Lecated at Laurens, S. C., at the
close of business June 30, 1921.
J.~~s ndR'WSOUII0IESB js s m iee
Discount .$279,272.52
(Bonds andl Stycks% Owvnedp
'by the Bank . .. .. 27.580.00
Furniture and Fixtures . 3,450.00
Banking iou.se-. ......4,50.00
Due from Banks and Bank
ers ..q........ .....2 0,101.95
Gu'"enc.:............::,302.00 We Carry All Varieties
Sivrandl Other Coin .. 949.45
Exchanges for the Clearing adR cm edTe
i1ousso.... ........... ...857.0 adR c m edT e
Total .. IAlifl,ITil:s .. 44,239.03ToB th Be.
'Capital Stock 'Paid In .. . .$ 50,000.00
Surplus Fund.--......30,000.00
Undlivided Proflts, less Cur
rent Erpenses andI Taxes
Dividends Unipaid .. . .2240
Individual D~ejposits Subject
to Ch eck. ..$73,312.35
Savings D~eposits 57,876.86
Timo Certificates of De
Cashier's Checks . 7763S.69 215,355.30PH N 21
Bills Payable, including Cer
tiflcates for~ Money Bor
rowed --..--...-'.. .. ..0,000.00
Total.-.--.-........$344,239.03 -
State of South Carolina
County of Laurens.
Before me came L,. G. lRalle Cashier
of the above named bank, who. being
duly snworn, says that the above and
foregoing statement is a true condi-I
tlon of said bank, as shown by the P I C S H A R
books of saidi bank.
L. C. BA'LL~E. F I A
Sworn to nd subscribed before me
this 12th day of July, 1921.
Notary Public.
Correct Attest: Rl. (B. Terry, . LEIE. ELNC
RJ.Mills Hunter, Directors.
A regular communication
of Palmetto Lodge, No. 10,1
A.'. M., will be held on
lil0B DAY night. July 15th, " .? P I T O
a8 o'clock. Members '.
tre especially urged to attend and vis
ting'brothren welcome. Work in E. A.
By order of
S Secrtay. . M. A T A TO
To Stop a Cough Quick
ake HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a " h i t r p P g a t
omedicine which stoj the cough by
eng the inflamed and tated tissues. Sae okHl
iALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
~ senclosed with every bottle of o
1A' ES' MEALING HONEY. The salve Bsns
hould be rubbed on the chest and throat W mnsCu
f children suffering frorn a Cold or Croup.
ke ealn effcof hfye' Healing Hone in
rov' -OPen-Trato Sle through the pores of
Totof ecomitdheetmetes 5.
'Just oaPyonradusgDrtufrStAYES

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