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l LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Miss Ella Bearden <>f Bnoree was
in the city Wednesday and paid a
pleasant <*a11 al this ofllce.
Maj. J. .1. Lucas, after spending sev
eral <lays wltll the family of Mis. W.
K, Lucas, returned Friday to his home
at Society Hill.
Mr. A. L. Blake, secretary of the
Pelzer mills, was in the city Thurs
day of last wc? U visiting Capt, J. Ad
Mr. J. P. Simmons, a good citizen
and farmer of the Poplar springs
Beet ion, was in tii<> city Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Holland of Mh'
Langston church vicinity were in the
Mrs. James II. Shelley and baby of
Wilmington. N. C are spending some
lime in Ncwberry wkh Copt, and Mis.
W. H. Shelley, in High Point.- New
Mr. Hugh Wallace of Shiloh spent
Thursday night in the city.
Hon. F. P. McGowan, who. with
Messrs. lt. S. Tenipleton and W. H.
Gilkerson, Jr.. attended the recent
meeting at Alken of the grand lodge
of Odd Fellow;, was honored with re
appointment as a member of he com
mittee on '?Constitution and By-Laws."
The next annual meet lug of the grand
lodge will be held at Spnrtauburg.
Mrs. Hugh K. Alken of Lauren8 who
has been attending the state Conven
tion of King's Daughters, in Colum
bia, Is here to spend a time with her
tliBter-in-law, Mrs. Harry L. Thames,
on Wentworth street.?Charleston
The bridges at Tumbling Shoals and
YarborOUgb's mill are practically lin
lohed and are being used by the public.
The former W08 built by Mr. John II.
Balentine; the latter by Yarborough
Mr. C. W. McCravy returned Sun
day from :i visit to Postmaster Geo.
s. McCravy, who continues to improve
at one of tin' Columbia hospitals.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold of
Princeton visited relatives in Laurens
Saturday ami Sunday.
Mr. C>. Pet Smith of Pnloil was a
week-end visitor in Laurens, return.
ing home Sunday.
Miss Renn Kln.nrd of Bamberg is
the gue.-t of the Mis:es PetCI'SOU,
Miss Sadie Fuller of Mountville is
the guest of Miss Gladys Huff.
Mr. W. 1!. Cooper of Owings was in
I he city Monday ami paid The Adver
tiser a visit.
Mr. 1). II. Counts spent several days
last Week looking after his lumber
Interests in Bamberg.
Mr. Henry Counts, who has charge
of a lumber mill at Hamberg is in the
city for a few dyas' visit. He will
return to Bamberg this week.
Mr. Jno. M. Cannon spent last Sun
day at Woodruff.
Mr. T. B. Wallace, superintendent
of the Watts mills, was in Spartan
burg Saturday attending a meeting of
mill presidents and superintendents,
at which plans for entertaining the
Southern Textile association were dis
cussed. Mr. Wallace is a member
of the committee on program.
Messrs. II. It. Stewart. Perry Nash
and Stewart Peden of Fairview were
in I.aureus Monday, hound for Clinton
its delegates to the Presbyterian con
ference of laymen.
Uev. I I.. Mel.in went to Clinton
Monday to attend the Laymen's meet
Mr. .lin k Parks was Called to FoUUt
'aln lun Friday to the bedside of his
father. Mr. W. T. Parks, who was on
Thursday stricken with paralysis in
his right side. Mr. Parks went to
Fountain lun again Monday and found
his father much improved.
Mrs. Lucy N. Boyd, representing
the Woman's society of the Episcopal
church here, left Monday for Green
ville to attend the convention of the
Woman's Auxiliary societies.
Mr. Geo. F. Dorroh of Cray Court
was In the city a short while Monday,
onroute to Clinton to attend the Lay
Mr. Yancey S .Gilkerson left yester
day for Charlotte to attend the Meck
lenburg Declaration celebration.
Dr. W. H. Dial went to Augusta
Monday to purchase some lumber and
other building materials.
The following delegates from the
First Presbyterian church of this city
went to Clinton Monday for the Lay
men's convention: Rev. ('has. F. Han
kin. Messrs. P. A. Simpson. W. T. Dor
roh. K. H. Wilkes. W. IL Richey, Sr..
and A. C. Todcl.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Langston re
turned Monday from a visit to ^Mr.
Langs ton^s parents at Johnston.
Miss Cei l rude Wright leaves on
Thursday of next week for Charles
toil where she will take a course in
trained nursing at the Roper hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Thomason spent
Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Thom
ason's parents, near Shiloh.
Rev. W. E. Thayer. who attended the
Southern Baptist convention in Louis,
rille during the past week, will ex
tend his visit to Baltimore and Plain
lield, N. J., having accepted an invi
tation to preach in the First Baptist
church at Plnlnfleld on next Sunday
Mr. Ci'C88well Fleming visited In
Greenwood Saturday and Sunday,
making the trip in the new auto of
Hon. It. A. Cooper has been invited
to make the annual address at the i
closing exercises. May 2Mb. of the
North Augusta graded schools of
Which Prot. J, Furmail 'Thomason of
Laurens. is superintendent.
'The Rev. William E. 'Thayer. pastor
of the First Baptist church, has ac
cepted an invitation, extended by
iSupt. ("has. F. Brooks, to preach the
commencement sermon of the Allen
: dale graded schools,
i Mr. and Mrs W. A. Yarhorough of
Spartanburg spent Friday in the city.
Mr. J. A. Fowler and Miss Cardtna
Fowler of Ora spent Friday in the
Mrs. R, c Richardson and children
Will leave Wednesday for their home
in Pinewood, after a visit to .Mrs. J,
Dr. and Mrs. Alken. Mrs. <\ M.
Clark and Mrs. K. 11. Wilkes spent
Tuesday evening in Clinton.
Dr. and Mrs. It. F. I'osey left Tues
day morning for Charlotte to he pres
ent at the Mecklenburg celebration.
Mrs. I'osey will extend her visit to
relatives in Statesville.
The Henry I.aureus chapter. Daugh
ters of the American Revolution, held
a most enjoyable meeting at the resi
dence of Mrs. \V. L. Gray on last Fri
Mrs. Manse Qreer and children have
returned to Charleston after a pleas
ant visit to I.aureus.
Hon. C. C. Featherstone left Sunday
afternoon for Ureenvllle, where on
Sunday night he delivered an address
at the Central Baptist church.
THE MILL LEAUUE
The mill league opened the season
Saturday, Clinton and Watts playing
in this city, and Newberry and Lydia
playing at Newberry.
Below is the standing of the teams;
? Won Lost Percentage
Watts .... 1 0 1000
Lydia. 1 0 1000
Newberry . . 0 0 000
Clinton .... 0 0 000
Wuttv Mill Team Hon.
In the first game of the mill league
season. Watts defeated Clinton, on the
Watt? mill field on Saturday afternoon
by a score of 7 to 2.
Buns Hits Errors
Watts Mills .... 7 S 2
Clinton Mills _ 2 ;; ;!
Batteries. Watts: Horn. Prince ami
Hawkins; Clinton; Benton, Riddle and
Campbell. Cmpire. Mr. Todd.
Memorial lin> at Cross Hill.
cross um. s. C, May 17th, 1900.
editor The Advertiser:
In justice to the Cross Hill Daugh
ters will you kindly print the follow
ing this week:
"Mi mortal Day uns quietly observed
on May 10th, by the Daughters of the
B. W. P.all Chapter. P. D. C. of Cross
Hill. Flowers were placed on each
Bon'I buy an Ice Cream Free/er be
fore you see our line with the Tripple
Motion which causes them to freeze
faster, better and use less ice than
any other freezer. Sold onlv hv
S. M. & E. H. Wiikes & Co.
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