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ocal and Pesonal Nentton *
Jack Mcravy and Hugh Worknman,
now of Greenville, were in the city
'Miss Almo Coleman spent the' week
end in Greenwood with Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Guthrie.
Mrs.- lenry Franks has returned
home after a pleasant visit to friends
in -New York City.
.Miss Sadie Sullivan is spending sev
eral days this week with MIiss Alice
McClintock, at Ora. $
Mr. Charles Thompson, .principal of
Timmonsville high school, spent the
week-end with homefolks.
'Mr. J. 'H. .Ilellams and his aunt,
'Irs. Harvey Gray, of Fountain Inn,
were visitors in the city Friday.
Air. and -Mrs. JL. 1B. Clardy and lit
tle daughter, of Greenville, spent the
week-end in the city with relatives.
Mrs. A. Y. Thonipson, Mrs. Mack
Bryson and little 'W. M. Bryson, Jr.,
of Ora, were vlsitors in the city Sat
Mr. Charles Putnam, who is atteind
ing the University of Sbuth -Carolina,
spent the week-end in the city with
his -parents.
Mrs. Sarah Sitgreaves, who is teach
ing at Princeton, spent the weel -end
at home uwith her -parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. C. Reid.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wolff motored
to Anderson 'Sunday and spent the day
with Rev. and Mrs. C. E. 'Holler and
visited other friends.
Miss Nell Eichelberger has returned
to the city after attending the funer
al of her brother:in-law, Mr. R. P.
Wimberly, in Harleyville, last week.
Mr. Ed Hart, Miss Lila Hart, Miss
Frances Thames and Iliss Ellen Wil
son, of Greenville, motored down Sun
day and spent the day with *Mr. and
Mrs. C. I. Clarke.
Friends of Mr. M. J. Owings will 'be
glad to learn that lie Is rapidly im
proving after his operation in Colum
'bia. 'In a letter to Dr. Chritopher
here -several days ago, his attending
physician in Columbia gave a very
encouraging report on his condition.
"Lono Star", Story of Ronantle West
to be Presented by Gray Court-Ow.
ings Cast Nov. 8.
"Lone Star," by Oliver P. Parker,
will ,be presented in the Gray Court
Ow-ings school auditorium Tuesday. ev
ening, November eighth, at 8:30
o'clock. Home talent furnishes the
cast of character. The play is a be'u
tifftl story of the romantic West, en
livened by true Irish -wit. The play is
to -be given for the lbenbfit of t'he ath
letIc fund and the young people are
expecting a large 'audience to 'help the
The following are the cast of char
actere and program:
Arthur fairm ur, wealthy Chicago
packer S. C. Gambrell
Mrs. Arthur Farmour, his wife,
Gladys Smith
Helen P'airmour, his daughter
Mary'Belle Hood
Judge G3wiftbanks, fielen's suitor
Frank Dorroh
Jack Carroll, .owner of Lone Star
Paul Bobo
'Mrs. Carroll, Jack's mother
Cl'arlbel Hiller
Rosa Carroll, Jack's sister
Gladys Gray
Mr. Grilgsby, foreman of Lone Star
J. W. Wells
Mrs. Crigr'by, his v/fec
Frances Jetor
/Blarney Redmon, a ditcher
Leonard Owings
.Handy, a cowboy Sh'aw Johnson
Rip~p, Mr. Fairmour's butler'
R. Q. Morgan
Jolly, Helen's id Mtarjory Ropp]
Act I-6eene, Dining room in foi'e
'man's cottage on Lone Stai'. After
-Act. H-Scene, Four days later.
Parlor In home of Mir. F'airmour, Ohii
Acit. II.-,Scene, Ten days later.
Jack's stud~y ini his home on the ranch.
Act. IV.-Scene, One week later.
Same as Act. HII.
Act-. V.-Scene, Same as Act HI.
Thi'eo days later', evening.
Hald Painful Accident
Mr. J. 'W. Bramlett, local carpenter,
had a p~ainful accident wvhile at work
Monday morning. 'Losing his balance
while standing on a !barrel, he had a
very .heavy fall and broke the bones
of one arm. IfIe was alble to be out,
however, yesterday -but is nnable to
do any work,
Wednuesday' Club
'Phe 'Wednesday Club will meet this
afternoon at 4 o'clock with Mrs. 'P. F.
Mi's, Geo. M4. Wight, Sec.
Notie- of Lost Certifieate' of Deposl
Notice'Is hereby given that Ce -
Cate of Deposit 'No. 2 -of oples
Loan ad Exchange B) , ed Mhy
24, '1920, has boon ho. misplaced
and tat I ill make plication for
a 'dudpicate of eaane 'said bnkn
'Decerntbor 15,. 1921. )
Laurens, 8. 0., 'Nov. 1 121,
Tite boinc of -Mr. and Mrs. J. S. 1111,
who reside three miles west of the
city, was the scene Thursday noon of
a -pretty home wedding, when their
daughter, -Miss Fannie 11111, became
the bride of iHugh Workman 1111 of
this city. The house was prettily dec
orated for the event, and a large comn
iany of -friends and relatives assemt
bled for the ceremony, which -was im
pressively performed by the Rev. Jodie
A. Martin of Banibwell. Following a
reception, the bridal couple left for a
wedding trip.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Illease Vincent,
of Varnville, have issued invitations to
the marriage of their daughter, Nannie
Mazyck, to David Herbert Sullivan, the
mnarrage to take place November 12th.
The bride is a sister of Dr. C. 'P. Vin
cent and 'Mr. iHugh ilD. Vincent, of this
city, arid has visited here on several
occasons. air. Sullivan is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1D. 'Sullivan, of this
city. He is a graduate of Clenison col
loge and is now engaged in engineer
ing work in Abbeville countq.
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Friends here of T. Coke Turner, Jr.,
a former member of the Laurens bar,
will hear with interest of his marriage
to Miss Mary 'Ruth Smithson, daugh
ter of -Mrs. Florence Smithson, which
took -place at the home of the bride's
mother in Greenville October 25th. imIr.
Turner is now successfully engaged
in the practice of law in Greenville
wlifere he and his bride will be at
home after November 5th.
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Greenwood, Oct. 29.-The home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. F4. Wilkinson, on South
Main street, was the scene of a pret
ty wedding on Tuesday evening at six
o'clock when their .dumghter, Katel
was married to Charles Carroll Smith,
:f Laurens. Rev. B. Rhett Turnipseed,
pastor of the bride, performed the
The parlor, hall and dining room
were simply but -prettily decorated for
the occasion, baskets and tall cut rglass
vases -holding lovely pink and white
,osmas gracing mantles, tables and
piano and in the dining room a beau
tiful brides' cake ornamented with a
iniature bride and groom under the
wedding bell formed the centre Piece
for the table. In the rparlor, where
the swedding ceremony took place, on
ly the green and white decorations
were used. An improvised altar was
formed of stately ferns and garden
isparagus while tall candelabra hold
ing cathedral candIes were in the
Immediately precedinig the ceremony
Hiss Frances Arrington sang "Sweet
heart" by Frank Lynnes and Frank
b. Stanton's "Constancy" accompated
by Mrs. Joe. P. What ton, who also
pllayed the wedding music, using Lo
4engrin's Briday Chorus as a procos
hional, MadDowell's "To a Wild Rosa"'
cluring the ceremony and Mendel
isohni's wedding march for the reces
mional. 'The bride entered. with her
lister, .Miss Ruth Wilkinson, maid of
honor and swas dressed in her travel
ing costu-me of midnight blue canton
3relpe handsomely embroidered wvith a
itylish black hat ornamented with ir
'idescent beads and 'gloves and slip
pers to barmonize. Sihe carried bride's
oses and ferns. The groom was ac
comp~anied . 'by his best man, A. JE
Ad'ams and awaited tile :bride at the
bltar. The rintg service wvas used.
After ,the ceremony an informal re
3Oeptionl was hold at which Mrs. Wil
Cdnson was assisted in entertaining 'by
mor daughter, Mrs. Claud 101merson,
Wrns. C. C. Wharton and Miss Buna
Bessions. A delicious salad course
ollowed b~y coffee anid old-time p)oun~d
3ake made by tihe bride's nmothler, wvas
;erved by Misses Florris Sher'idan,
haud and~ Sue Afrington and~ Mrs. Al
)Ol't Timmerman. Miss Claire Stall
vnortm and J. Chris Dalton ipresided ov
11r the ,bride's 'book in Iwhichl thle guests
Mr., and Mrs. Smith left that even
ng for' a brief bridal trip after whiichm
hey rieturned to 'Laurens whlere they
,vil1 make their home. Mrs. Smith has
nanyfl friends in Greenwood who re
gret to learn that she will live in an
>ther city.
Among the out-of-town guests .wore
hire. Mary C. Smith, mother of the
mroom, Mrs. F. M. Smith, aunt of the
hrs. Pleming Smith, -aunt of -the
groom, Mr. and Mrs. Ei. E. Anderson,
air. and Mrs. J. '. 'Ellis and J. R., Jr.,
Wirs. G. A .F'uller and Anthony Fuller,
>f 'Laurenis, Mrs. D. L.:Daniel, of Now
>erry, arid Miss Gertrude Smith, of
Of much .interest in this -city, 'was
he mnarriageIn reenville 'Monday of
diss Jayne Conway Carlington, who
mas many relatives and friends here,
irnd Mr, William Obadiah Pruitt, of
3altimore. Mdd. An account of the
wedding, as taken from The Green
ville News Tuesday, Is' as follows:
One of the loveliest of the autumn
weddings was that of Miss Janye Con
way Garlington, daughter of Mrs. C. C.
Garlington, and 'Mr. William Obadiah
'Pruitt, of Baltinoro, Md., which took
placo yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock
at the 'home of the bride on Augusta
The impressive ring ceremony was
-performed by Rev. John Pruitt, of
'lickory, N. C., an uncle of the groom,
assisted by 'Rev. C. C. Herbert of the
1l3uncoibo 'Street Methodist Church,
pastor of the lbride.
III the recption hall where the
Vows were spioken, the guests were
received 'by Miss Annie Garlinngton
of Laurens and Mrs. Conway Garling
ton of this city. Here, an exquisite ar
rangenent of pink and green was car
ried out. The imirovised altar 1was
formed of handsome palms and ferns,
with pedestal vnsos holding huge pink
chrysanthegicums placed on each side.
The lights were enveloped in soft
pink shades representing water-lilies,
while pink tulle was draped softly
amidst the cluster.
In the living room where the many
beautiful gifts were on display, the
same color effect in the decorations
and lights was noted.
Handsome d01( fashioned candelabra
holding lighted pink tapers added a
charming touch to -hoth rooms.
The -wedding march was beautifully
rendered by MArs. (C. C. Herbert.
Little 4.lisses Janie McSwaln and
Margie Culbertson, cousins of the
bride, entered first, wearing dainty
little -pink organdy frocks and bearing
the pink ribbons which formed an aisle
for the approach of the bridal pair,
who entered together, preceded by
Miss Annie Garlington, a sister of the
Miss Oarlington was very attractive
in a gown of soft !pink taffeta, with
over-dress of net. She carried pink
roses in a gnaceful 'basket.
The bride made a handsome ,picture
in a modish suit of dark blue trico
tine, her hat being a chic fall mode'l
of brown with pheasant feathers. 'With
this she wore a brown choker, gloves
and shoes. '1Her flowers were a beauti
fuil bouquet of brides roses.
inmediately after the ceremony an
informal reception iwas held for the
guests -present.
The bride's register was presided
over by Miss Annie 'Pruitt, of Durham,
N. C., and in the dining room the
guests were served and entertained by
Mrs. VFrench, Mrs. Duncan Sullivan,
MNiss Maggie Garlington and 'Miss Nell
-In this room a rich color motel of
yellow was carried out. The handsome.
old mahogany tablle having in the cen
ter a beautiful hand-made ,piece, with
a tall cut glass vase holding yellow
0hrysanthemums. -Yellow tapers 'burn
Dd In candlabra, and the lights a'bove
3hone through yellow water-lily shades
and a mass of yellow tulle. In the
mantel and cabinets, ~ a wealth of
autumn foliage added a touch of rich
IBlack coffee iw-as servell with fruit
cake, 'golden pound cake and mints.
Mr. and Mrs. Pruitt left sooitn there
ifter for a wedding trip north, after
which they will go to -Baltimore, Md.,
to make their home.
The bride for the past few years has
been one of the managers of the Rad
rliffe Chautauqua of Washington, D.,
D., which position necessitated her 'be
ing away from Greenville most of the
time, however she has many friends
bore iwho regret that her marriage
takes her awvay permanently. She Is
e graduate of Columbia College of
this State, and also attended the Uni
versity of South Carolina, and Colum
bia University of New York City.
The groom, who is originally from
Raleigh, N. C., very eilleiently holds
the 'lposition as division superintendent
af a large hardiware concern of St.
Louis, 'Mo., his territory comTIpising
Pennsylvania, 'Delaware and Mlary
Land. Hie finished his education at
Wake Forest, -N. C.
Among the guests present at the
wedd~ing were many from Laurens, An
lerson, Greenwood and -Williamnston.
Guests from out of the city were:
\lrs. 'W. LU. Sullivan, Mr. Joe Sullivan
ad Mir-s :Maidi Goodron1 of 'Williamm
ton; Miss Annie 'Pruitt, Frankilinton,
N. C.; Rev. J. ;J. 'Pruitt, Hickory, .N. C.;
N4rs. T. .P. French, Chicago, Ill.; W. M.
Boyd, 'Miss Janie Hunter Boyd, Mrs.
3eorge Knight, Miss Annie Garling
ton, 'Mrs. W. H.I Mahuon, Misses Marie
tnd :L~ize Mahon, Mr. 'Nesbit Mahon,
air. J. H-. Sullivan and .Misses Jean
md~ Sadie Sullivan, Laurens.
Card of Thanks
We wilsh to express our deep appire
alation 'to friends in Cross 11i11, for
:heir prompt, faithful and heroic of
forts in saving our- home from fire,
yhich destroyed barn and other build
nmgs wvith contents, hay, fodder, corn,
iced cotton, farming implements, etc.
-Mrs. N. i'. Davenport
and Children,
ross Hill, Oct. 31st.
J. C. Burns & Co. sellh same goods
oless money. Roll, let 'em - r'oll,
~urns says, "8011 'emi"
Much Good for Ex.-Service Men Ac
CoRIPlished by Government Repre.
The Clean-Up Squad, consisting of
four representatives of the govern
mont, was In Laurens October 25th,
26th and 27th, last week. The report
of the squad given to Red Cross head
quarters shows that 461 cases of ex
service men were taken ulp. Among
these iwore vocational claims, com
pensation claims, death claims, and
examination for immediate hospitall
z-ation of ex-service men.
Mlany of the claims were completed
thus giving sone of the ex-service
men very definite knowledge as to
their claims. However, in most cases
the claims taken up were sent to
government headquarters for imme
diate action. It is believed at Red
Cross headquarters that much good
was accomplished for ex-service men
by these representatives having come
to Laurens.
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially.
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulate3 * Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
per bottle.
We can now
at a price of
This price ir
and platforn
Vincent l
Full Assort
nap Blanke
pull up aroi
they give tia
* They come
* they reach :
fresh and
the blanket
and need.
Shrink li
all. (Wash
many. (Du
See our specials
plaids in combinatior
grey and white, pink
A look will con
largest line, but offer
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Prest-O- Lite
We have, the Prest-O-lite Battery
which we can offer you at $23.50,
exchange price. This battery fits
Chevrolets, Fords and several other
makes of cars.
Battery Service Co.
At Vincent Motor Car Co.
offer you the Samson Tractor
$850.00 delivered on your farm.
icludes pulley, governor, fenders
4otor Car Company
ient of Colors in Every Grade
ita Woolpap Blapkets,
of Pure Cottn.~.I
Keep You Warmo
the size of the bed, there is a Nashua Wool
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te greatest possible warmth per dollar expended.
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r wrapped
rour home
you want
ttle if at \
er than
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and white, and blue and white.
vince you that we are showing not only the
the lowest prices to be found.
. H. ILKE3S & CO.

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