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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Miss Mamie Boyd of Spartanblll'g
is visiting the family of Mr. T. H.
Miss Alda Stoudenniire of Columbia
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
?. B. Bundrick for the past week.
Dr. J. L. Donnan of Boyd's Mill was
in the city Saturday.
Miss Ludle A. Taylor of Princeton
la with relatives in the city for the
Mr. J. \V. Donnan. representing San
dy Springs Church, attended the annu
al meeting last week in Greenville of
the district hoard of stewards. At this
meeting it was decided to increase the
salary of the Presiding Elder W. M.
Duncan from $2,000 to $2.200 per an
Mr. W. H. Riohey Sr. was in Colum
bia last week appearing before the
supreme court in the case of Edwards
Walters vs. Enterprise hank.
Clerk of Court Jno. P. Holt went to
Columbia Saturday afternoon on offi
cial business connected with the
bondsmen for Mr. John Y. Carlington
and Mr. J. Stobo Young.
Messrs .lohn W. Fowler and Law
rence 0. Hoff went to Columbia Sat
urday to vlsitMr. Nye Owlngs who is
still in the hospital. Mr, Owlngs is
rapidly improving and is expected
home in about a week.
Messrs S. D. Chlldress, C. H. Roper,
J. H. Teague. W. H. (Jllkerson Jr., and
Qeo. Young were in Columbia last |
week attending the Carlington-Young I
Mrs. W. C. Irby Jr., accompanied
Hon. W. C. Irby to Columbia this week
to spend u few days In the capital city
while the legislature Is in session.
Dr. Ben. W. Sexton, formerly of this
city but now of Greers was in Lau
Mr. S. B. Switzer of Owlngs was
among the visitors in the city on Fri
Among the Waterloo visitors in the
city on Friday of last week were the
following: Dr. and Mrs. .1. L. Fennel 1
and daughter, Miss Mildred. Mr. W. W.
Campbell. Mr. (1. W. Dong. Mr. W. 11.
Culbertson, Mr. A. C. I-onn. and Mr.
w. c. Wharton.
Mrs. W. II. Wharton and Mrs. I).
C. Smith of Waterloo were in the city
Dr. c. B. Itodgers of Gray Court
was in the city on Friday: he was ac
companied by Mrs. Rodgers.
MtltHIAUE AT MOUNTVILLE.
Miss Sarah Stukcs BCCOIUCS Bride of
Mountville, Jan. 17,?A very import
ant, pleasant social event of last week
at Mount vile was the marriage of
Miss Sarah Stokes to Mr. Mills Hun
ter of Greenville. This happy event
took place Wednesday at 12:150 p. m.
at the home of the bride's mother,
Mrs. Fannie Stokes, in the presence
of a number of relatives and friends
Rev. Henry Stokes of Abbeville, an
uncle of the bride, performed the cere
mony which united these young people
its husband and wife. The young mar
ried couple left Wednesday afternoon
for Greenville, via Greenwood. At the
home of th? groom In Greenville (hey
were tendered a delightful reception
Many congratulations and well wish
es attend them In this new sphere of
Auditor W. T. Dot* roll was here
Thursday taking assessments of prop
Mr. Lonnie Culbertson of I.nurens
came down yesterday and entered the
Mountvllle high school today.
There has been some petty stealing
perpetrated here which is very annoy
ing, besides the inconvenient e ami loss
it brings. Often things of small value
within themselves are quite useful to
their owners. Clandestine visits to
smoke houses, chicken roosts, v. ash
places, etc. under the darkue::: ot
night, though considered small acts,
are no ess mean and low.
Brlce. Willie: Casey. Sallie L. P.j
Hunt. Dr. W. T.; llanies, Willie;
Hooker. Miss Tern; Johns. Will: Mills.
W. 10.; Nichols. Joseph; Williams. Ma
mie I.ee; Wordlaw. Mrs. W. 10.; Wil
son. Mrs. Jinnie.
The above letters have remained In
tl Is ofllco for the two weeks ending
?Ian. it. 1010, parties claiming any of
them can get them by calling at the
General delivery window and upon
the payment of one cent can get same.
GKO. S. MeCRAVY. IV M.
Jan. 17 1010. l.anrens. S. C.
IS NOW GOING ON
Winter is still on us and you will likely need a few more goods to wind up the winter. And as
spring is coming and we want our room for our spring stock we are making very close prices
on everything to close out for our spring goods.
One lol <>f several pieces of fine silk thai was $1.00 and
$1.25 per yard. Now.$
5 pieces of broad cloth 5-1 inches wide that was sold for
75cts. Special price.
All of our regular fiOets. dress goods lull 3G inches wide
lo <jo at special price.
Sec lhal 1<>| of 30 inch new panaina, that you can't find
anywhere else. Now only.
Red and while Hanne] will come in very nice at (his lime
Per yard only.12 1-2 .15 and
Wo have ono case of Poc Mill bleaching thai wo pick
ed up at a great bargain and wc are going b> give
it to you as long as it lasts. Per yard only.
Prom 0 to 9:30 we will sell t<> adults only and 10 yards
to the customer, real good bleaching. Per yard only. .
One lol of heavy cheviots. Per yard only.
Six pieces of fancy kiinona goods. Per yard only ....
All outings from 8 1-3 to 10 cts. per yard t<> go in this
special sale, i Per yard only
Our table of lOcts. ginghams and percales to go. Per
Our table of apron check ginghams and calicoes lo dose
out. Pel" yard only.
Two bales of full yard wide shirtings and sea islands
that was 8 1-:>> els. Per yard only.
Ono lot of Blue Ridge overalls thai sells for $1.00 tho
world over. Only.
Sec those hoys pants lhal we are going t<> offer. They
were 50 ets. Now only.29
A bi<r lot of men's work and negligee shirts lo go
at.t.19 .29 and .39
A lot of men's hals that were 50 ds. Now only.39
SI IO KS! SIIOKS!
A large l?>i of $3.00, $3.50, and $4".l)0 shoos to go
Ono lol of .Men's and ladies' shoes, regular $2.00. Spe
See those bargain laities of shoes, for these are jusl
odds and ends. There will be shoes on these tables
worth double the amount we ask for them. Three
tables. Per pair.79. .89 and .98
A nice large w ater hoi lie for only.10
A large handsome l'."> eis. glass pitcher. Special price
The best bargain in town for
If you should in ed a ladies' long cloak just come lo tin
and the clonk is yours. The price will nol cul any ice
AND 10 ( TS. ST< MiB.
We could nol think of pricing every I it Mo article in
here but you come and see what \\>- have for you.
See those cake plates. ;i big pile of odds and ends
from Christmas. Your choice for" only.10
A large bountiful brown pitcher for buttermilk for
Nice fancy bowl and [liieber was $1.50, Special i nee
A large white bowl ami pilcher for only.
A large, nice white slop jar. Special price only .. ..
See those gold 1)1111(1 (UlpX, s;i||ee|'s and phlleS. VY. s(,|(|
I hem regular til On cts. per set. Now only.
Nice white eups, saucers und plates lhal was 50 els. Per
sei only .
See those beautiful lamps thai We|e 110 els. Now
7 cakes (Ictagon sott p . .
7 cakes ()ohl Hand snap
7 cakes Fairy soap . . . .
7 cakes nice loilel soap
lo cakes nice loilel -nap
8' pktfs. soda.
12 pkgs. Oold Metal Starch
7 rolk (oilel pa per.
s boxes Search |,i?r|ii maleli
um! of lbat nice eli.Into caudv. Per
We want to thank everybody for their trade in the past and we also thank you in advance for
your future trade. Be sure you are on hand for this sale for you know by past experience that J. L. H.
sells them a little bit cheaper than his competitors do, and we will not deceive you this time for we
have the Bargains. Come before the sale closes.
Get our prices on Chewing Tobacco before you buy===We are it
Special Oil Cloth 15c