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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
(Jet your ticket? to the state fair
via ('. N. A: 1- Reduced rate? on Bate
Oct. I'.ist to Nov. 6th, with llnal return
limit Nov. 8th.
Mrs. it. W. Arnold of Princeton and
Mr?. j. k. Knight of Chandler, Grcen
ville county, were guests for a day 01
so last week (?f .Mrs. W. L. Taylor.
Mr. Hhett Copeland, o prominent
planter of Hunter township, was in
the city Thursday.
While in the City last week ('apt.
F. B. Wllctlt Of Waterloo paid The
Advertiser an appreciated call.
Mr. W. K Mcdlock and daughter.
Miss Pearl Medlock, of Dials, visited
In the city during the past week.
A large party of automobilists from
Newberry spent Sunday afternoon in
the city. There were five cars of
Ncwberrlans who enjoyed the sights
of the city.
(Jet your tickets to the state fair
via c. N. & L. Reduced rates on sale
Oct. Bist to .Nov. r.th. with linal return
limit Nov. 8th.
.Mrs. Dora Babh of Habun is the
' guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Mr. I.udie S. Dolt of the county is
I erecting a neat residence on South
J Harper street nod at an early date will
: move his family to the city.
! Dal met to Ixjdge. No. 10. A. P. M..
will hold a regular communication on
Friday night of this week, working in
I he P, C. degree.
Mrs. S. T. MoCnrty is visiting rela
tives ami friends in Ne wherry.
Messrs. .1. A. Clardy, .1. P. Tolberf,
<\ A. Power. II. D. Hahafley. .1. ('.
Henderson, Clyde Pranks and it. A.
j Cooper accompanied the Rev. \V. B,
Thayer to Clinton Sunday afternoon
and heard his Bpecial sermon to the
Mrs. A. J. Taylor and little son will
return today from :i visit to her par*
I cuts in Union county.
Messrs. Ryland and Gibbon Trayn
ham have returned to the city from
! extended visits to Atlanta. Uirming
| ham und other southern cities.
Miss St. Lawrence Wilson, a student
at Lander college, was in the city Sat
urday on her way to Cross Anchor to
spend Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. H. Wilson
"Abdur Rahman," the beautiful
young station owned by the Clinton
. Stock Co.. will be exhibited at the
Woodruff Fair this week by Mr. Kindt
Copeland, a member of the company.
Bditor O'Daniel of the Clinton
Chronicle Was in the city Friday
Mr. A. W. TengUO was best man at
the Giles-Coleman wedding, celebrated
at Greenwood Thursday evening last.
Mrs. It. P. Trlbble of Anderson is
visiting her son Mr. R. W. Tribble on
West Main street.
Messrs. w. L. and H. B. Gray at.
tended church service at Trinity Sun
Mr. Robert S. Thompson of Douglas.
Ga., visited his sister, Mrs. J. R. Little,
during the past week. Mr. Thompson
wjis formerly depot agent at Laurens
and lias many friends here who were
delighted to see him.
Miss Daisy Eichelberger who has
recently graduated from the Macfeat's
business college, h;?s accepted a tem
porary position with the Enterprise
bank of tin's city.
Prof. J. Cloud Martin, principal of
the Gray Court-Owlngs institute was
in the city Saturday.
Mr. M. W. Cray of the Eden coun
try was in the city on Monday.
Mrs. DeverieiUX Turner of Spartan.
burg has resumed lur work with the
[ vo^al music class here; she is teach.
I ing at Mrs. 11. K. Aiken's and board
| ing with Mrs. Jas. Uoyd.
I Mrs. John Parks of Greenwood is
I visiting Mrs. S. 1). Childless and other
relatives in the city.
Miss Jessie Bolt lias returned from
, ii visit to Miss Gilder of New berry.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilermon Wright and
! Miss Maude I.angford of .Newborry
spent Sunday in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Adams are now
i occupying the Sitgreaves cottage on
West Main sti?tt. having moved on
Mr. G. I.. Pitts spent Tuesday and
Wednesday in Clinton visiting the
Mrs. John Nash and Miss Minnie
' Babb spent Thursday and Friday with
relatives at Lanford Station.
I Mrs. J. i.ee Lnngston is in Spartan
'burg this week with Master J. Lee
Lang8tOD, Jr., who. on Tuesday, under
wont the third operation for an eye
Miss Rosa Hart is visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ferguson of
Clinton spfnt Sunday in the city.
Mrs. Mary C. Howen will arrive in
the city Wednesday after several
weeks' visit to her son, Mr. 13. C. Bow
en. of Toledo, Ohio.
Solicitor Cooper left Monday for
Georgetown where he will assist in
the prosecution of Messrs. Hi?hum and
The following from Cross Hill were
visitors in the city Tuesday: Mr. and
Mrs. s. A. Lea man, Mrs. T. M. Pinsou
and Miss Katheline Cothran.
Mrs. .las. Powell, after an extended
visit to relatives here, left Tuesday
for her home in Wilmington, N. C.
She was accompanied by Mrs. TallU
| lah Jones.