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I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
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Invitations liavo boon lusin d bj
MIhk Willoti Oraj i<> ii "MlHOollniiuoiis
Shower", Wednesday afternoon, in
llOUOr of .Miss Willie Ol'iij llurri: v <
win bo married lo I'rof. C'oluml :
Hen Marlin.oii Decemboi' 2:?rd.
Miss Lalla Mae Dial loavi b Frldu:
fur OrougeburKi whoro she will A ii
MIbh Alma Wnunniunkor. Mia ?
Dial and Wannouiakci' wore room
mates while in college al Columbia.
Miss Chrlstibello Living! (on
North. S. (!., i:; the guest UliH \.k 01
Miss oilh; Burns at Burksdule. Miss
Livingston sane at the marriage of
.Miss Lillian I'.urns lo Mr, f!oorge
Browning, on Wodncfcdny of lai i week
Rev. J. T. Taylor, pastor of leveral
Baptist churches in Spnrttinburg und
l.aurenH counties, including IOi.
Woodruff and Lanford, has moved fr< m
Ware Shoals to Woodruff.
Mr. T. K. Hudgens, who r.milv i"
canto manager of a large steam I
dry in Sparlanburg, moved his famil.',
to' that city this wee!:. Hin mot!
and sister. Mis. Lucy I hull
Miss Dora liudfrcna, who Imvo r<
hero for several year;, wil! make I heir]
home in the Spartan City, % IJ
leaving this WCCk.
Mr. J. II. Ballontine, who ??
two miles from Ware She
the city Tuesday. M:. Ball
a heavy loser by the Au
Inndfl lying aloi.
would riot think ho ha
corn crop to see h'
hear his hopof talk. Mi
says this is the 1
totally v. it.h< in :
bundle of fodd< i
The farmer.-; ov< i
ing to reports fro::. .:? -..
ing a great deal of Email .
weather conditions- for
Mr. W. II. Bald? i
Misses Daisy and Kit
(!ourt, Route i, were in
day, paying The "? . ri
call. Mr. Baldwin
tisOr to his father, Rev. I? ii. \i
win, at Donald-, who i. ? I
reader of this paper.
Miss Imogene Wilkc
from a short stay in Atl mta.
(00 acres hear Park Station $50 pe1'
acre, terms ea ty.
7-"' acre t !' mil.-- of I .aureus <'. iL !
on Milton roatl $2*01)0. I 1
Tim ('blman house and lot on
North llurpor for sale or oxcban/ro for
T. K. Ilni.;..;-. bouse and lot K. Main
street at a bargain.
lion an ? lot on Hampton street.
The prettiest oak lawn, well set in ..
"ia . with best up-to-date concrete '
dwelling with 15 rooms and halls, Very '
linelj liu lied inside, ran throw three
rbom niie if desired. The 111 >sl
eomfol'labii ! ? ?! ?? in the South, and
Wo huvc thai magnificent farm
known an the van Robertson farm,near
Waterloo. 2-11 ucrcs fit a bargain, ami
very easy terms.
ol-! acres neat Wutcrloo, the Amanda
600 acres near Stem Springs, the
best bargain of them all.
One six-room house ami lot on Klein
ing st root a' a I urg tit .
1>7 acres, the Boyd farm at Uoy.i'-j
Mill. ? i: one-lialf c i .
Complete ginning outfit 21 miles of
town, guaranteed 2"> per cent on ia
200 town lot .
50 houses and lota at a bargain.
K?r >? .- i-lr I change ?
STATEMENT ?F Tub CONDITIO
11 o I'eopb s !.?? in titid L.\ehuiig< 15 u;k
lfM-.ttt il nl ! Mil' i. S( (.. ul fin
i i?>?o ?>f business, November 27. !^|>v>
.oalis and discounts.JsJ3S, 10t?.0'
iverdrafts. ::t,"7l'. &
?ends and stocks owned by
urniture and fixtures 2.172.1:
N<;tarv Public S.
II. II. KENNl'.DY.
nice will be open
aihitti'} to tii<' SiUlli
. to make. re(urnt)
, ! real i siuto,
? <??, u im.nie since
?n (it l>Kur?Mis.
p or ihe iiixpiiyoi's,
??'! my will (?tOlul
i lai >s i<> receive
to I ]) 111.
i iJUltl T<1.
Ora, l\>bruscn I, from p m io I p
Ail male oitucns between the Hgos of
nnd (Id years on iho Is) of .I ciuary.
except those who arc incapable of earn
ink ti luipporl from being niained or front
oilier causes) arc deemed polls, Confed
erate veterans excepted.
Ail taxpayers ate required to gjvo
Townships and No. of School District ;
also state whether property is situated
in town or country.
Alter the 20|h of February, 50 per cent
pouaity will be nt (ached for failure io
SfATBMONT OF I ill: CONDITION OP
8 p m.
.', from '-' p in to
Dec. IO. I0o> Id.
? close of
me came i.. It.
We have useful \
- for every member of the family-?you save money on all that 0 1 Im
we w ill have values out of the ordinary to offer you, We keep a goo I v arm si
make this store your headquarter.- v\ hen in the city. You h Id ? the
Specials Thai We Are Offering to Christmas Shoppers.
ivery day from now mni
e and invite von to
Prices 25c and 50c.
Prices Sc to 25c.
such a (loin ukl i >r I. i li
this (Icittnitd ms fai
?a dies' Coat Suits
ting tilt ? have (juil<
ire luaktiiK specin
Ladies' Fnirs in the Beginning of t
Prices sc to 50c.
hisses and Children's Cloaks,
I ?utfht !t great tiiaiiy Cloaks in soluc ??
$10 to $22.50.
1.00 to $15.00,
en n irs ni onoebi
_.SL_._._... . can find tl
I .25 to $2.:;;.oo,
it u? show wli
Special in Boys' Suit, fron
Special in Men's Suit i'Oii
Special in Overcoats from
>1.50 to $7.50 I Quality Toll?
$6.00 to $25.00 j Oxar Trice- Solls j (,l">