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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. R. P. Fleming wen! to Columbia
Tuesday on business.
Dr. .1. L. Fonnell. uf Waterloo, was
in the city yesterday.
Mr ami Mid. Oeo. S. McCravy uro
visiting relatives In Virginia.
Mr. T. M. Hurts of Fkoni was a busl
. ness visitor to tbe city Saturday
Miss Mary White, of S|?artanburg.
is visiting Miss Charlotte McOownii.
Mr. L A. Brennecke, Of Greenwood,
spent Friday and Saturday In the city.
Mr. H. P. Burdette of Lanford was
a business visitor to the city Tuesday.
Mr. B. F. Austin, of Cross Hill, was
among the visitors to the city yester
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Norwood have
returned from a visit to North Caro
Mr. J. M. Connor, the clothing man
of Greenville, was in the city this
Miss Lillian Cook, of Rock Hill, Is
the attiuctive guest of Mlbs Imogene
Mr. Will Bolt, a progressive young
farmer of near Rabun was in the city
Mrs. Homer Blackwell left Saturday
for Camden, to spend a few days with
Mr. Samuel Bolt of the Rabun Creek
section was a business visitor to the
city Monday .
Mrs. McKay, of Columbia, Ik visit
ing her niece, Mrs. Mary Copeland, on
South Harper street.
Miss Mae Kinloch and Miss Annie
Sims, of Barnwell, are visiting Misses
Annie and Gladys Huff.
Mr. Willie T. Jones, son of Dr. W.
'1. Jones of Jones, was a visitor in the
city Friday and Saturday.
Prof. P. B. Connor, of Cokesbury.
is expected to arrive in the city In a
few days to visit relatives.
Mrs. Martha Blakely and her son.
Mr. Bluford Blakely, were In the city
yesterday from Tylersvllle.
Mr. Eugene Hawkins and family
have gone to Spartanburg to spend
some time with relatives and friends.
The friends of Mr. Nat Richardson
will regret to know that he continues
quite 111 at his home on South Harper
Mrs. J. H. Teague and children and
Mrs. W. 11. Anderson are spending
some time in Mountvllle with rela
Mrs. H. Frank Taylor and children
of Augusta are in the city to spend
sometime, perhaps the balance of the
summer, with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Berket L. Clardy and
children have returned to the city af
ter a very pleasant visit to relatives
in several parts of the county.
Mrs. L. B. Blackwell and children
aro visiting relatives In Union. From
there they will go to Mayesworth. N.
C. to visit Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Jones.
Miss Julia Connor, of Greenwood,
is he giies- of MUs Susie Qrny. Miss
Connor is the daughter of Dr. 1*. B.
Connor, a former resident of Lnurens
Mr .1. F. Nelson and Mr. B. M. Wolff
have returned to the city after a pleas
ant trip to Rochester. Buffalo Niagara
Falls and other New York state points
Mr. and Mis. .1. 1). Maichbanks. of
Greenville, who have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Richey, for several
days, have returned to their home in
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Swygert and
little girl leave today for Wests Min
eral Spring in Union County, where
they will remain for about a two
Misses Jessie and Nell Kellett. of
Fountain Inn. spent Friday afternoon
and night with the Misses Childress
on their return from Greenwood to
Mrs. Ida Taylor Pennlngton of ('Co
lumbia and Miss Bottle Bradley of
Newherry came up Thursday to visit
Mrs. (.',. W. Monroe (md other rela
tive's in the city
Mr. and Mrs. E, W. Martin left early
yesterday morning by private con
veyance for their home near Hender
BOnvllle, \ C. Th-y will he cone lor
about two months.
Lieut. I) R. Simpson left Sunday for
Charleston where he wJJ lattend the,
preloinlnuvy ride practice preparatory
to the selection of a team to represent
this state In the nations] shooting con
Messrs. Albeit and John Wells Totld
and Kugene L?ngsten will leave Mon
day for Montreal, N. C. They will go
by automobile. At Montreal they will
join Mr. and Mrs. Todd at their sum
mV and Mrs. L. G. Balle have re
turned from their bridal tour and are
for the preeent at home to their friends
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Balle, Sr. Mr. Balle's new residence
will be ready for occupancy within a
Rev. C. F. Rankin, taking advantage
of a six weeks' vacation granted him
by tho Presbyterian church, left Mon
day for Greensboro, N. C. to visit his
parents. From tli*>re he will continue
to Richmond. Vs., to join.his wife and
children. Mr. and Mrs. Rankin will
possibly make a trip to New York fron?
I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
One of the most delightful social
functions of the Boason was the party
given by Miss Susie Gniy Monday ev
oning in honor of Misses Julia Connor
of Greenwood and Marion Gray of
Woodruff The guests were met at the
door by Miss Harrlette Basterby and
Holen Crisp and were Invited into the
parlor win-re they met Misses Connor
and Gray, and were then invited Into
the sitting room where delightful frui:
punch was nerved by Miss Ruth Kas
During the evening cream and cake
and mints were served. Those Invited
were Misses Jenle Fleming. Elizabeth
Simpson, Mary Anderson. Mary Belle
Kuller. Annie Simpson, Lillian Peter
son, Annie B. Chtldresa, Bessie Chll
dress. Annie Childless. Imogene
Wllkea, Eva. Coleman, Padle Sullivan,
Wessee Lee Dial. Hetty Lake. Mary
Lake. P.obtrta Dorroh, Itiniell" Young,
Ethel Simmons. Mary Sulllvar-., AHeene
Fr-inls, To., oca Cau.c. Susie Matthews,
AllUWee Watson, Charlotte McGowan,
Miss Sims, Pearle Clardy, Ethel Lang
ston, Betty Jones, Fountain Inn; Kit
Irby, Mamie C. Sullivan; Messrs Roy
Little Dick Childress, Calhoun McGow
an. Fowler Childress. John Bolt,
Charles Fleming. AUle Lee Arthur
,e" Gar' Eichelberger, Bt?n Sullivan,
Hilary Barksdile. Henrf Counts. Osee
Anderson Edwin Lucas, Clyde Franks.
Carlos Moseley. Pierce Irby Tom Lake,
Mbert Dial. Clyde Fowler, Ernest
East?:by, I'hll Huff, f* rover Rlchey.
Moore SullivauH Jarr.es Sullivan, Coke
Gray, Eaile Wilson, Vance Irby, Albert
Tc-ague, Ozel Mills. J. W. Hatts, Brooks
Childress. Robert Roper, Laurens
Barksdale, Barle Owtns. Hastings
At her very hospitahle home on Mon
roe street. Mrs. Washington Monroe
gave a delightful dining party on the
12th, in honor of her son Mr. T. Lane
Monroe and his bride, and Mr. and
Mrs. O. L. Pennington. The latter,
who was Miss Ida Taylor, is also a
hride and granddaughter of Mrs. Mon
roe. The decorations of ferns, palms,
and eut flowers were very handsome
and the dinner, served in several
courses, very dainty and delicious.
The guests on this pleasant occa
sion were, Mr. and Mrs. T. Lane Mon
roe, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Pennington,
of Columbia; Miss Bessie Bradley,
Newberry; Mrs. H. Frank Taylor and
daughter, Augusta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Ray. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Pluss.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hicks. Mr.
and Mrs. Luther Roper, Mr. and Mrs.
Bugene Wllkos, Mrs Theo. Bobbit,
Mrs. Samuel Walker, Miss Corrie Hart.
Miss Annie Richey. Miss Imogene
Wllkes. Miss Marion Miller, Messrs.
Ed. Hicks. Jack MeCravy and Ford
Franks -omposed a party that went
on a moonlight ride to Thompson's
Spring last Thursday. The party went
out in a !dg furniture van, carrying
light refreshments with them. A very
pleasant evening was spent with songs
and other amusements The party re
turned after a very enjoyable outing,
Miss Hester Rlchey, of Greenville,
will arrive in the city today to visit
her relatives Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Happiest Girl In Lincoln.
A Lncoln, Neb., girl writes, "I had
been ;ii!ing for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I
began taking ChnrnborJnln's stomach
and Liver Tablets and In throe days
I was able to be up and got better
right along. I am the proudest girl
in Lincoln to find such a good medi
cine." For sale by all dealers.
Laurens Camp No. 98, W. (). W will
unveil the monoment to the memory
Of the late B. A. Hamilton at Old
Quaker or Union Church on July :'.(?
(fifth Sunday i at four o'c lock p. m.
All camps and the public are cordially
invited to attend.
By order of the camp.
C A Bower. C C.
J, Lee Langston, Clerk.
( i\ii Service Examination.
Assistant Postmaster Young of Spar
tanbtirg held a civil service examina
tion in Laurens last Saturday for
postofflce clerk and city carriers. There
were about thirty applicants, the num
ber being almost evenly divided for
the positions. The papers wore for
warded to Washington and the certifi
cations will be made at the proper
Enjoyed an Ontlng.
A number of outing parties have been
made up of late to camp at different
places within the county. One of
thejje parties spent last week very
pleasantly at Boyd's Mill. The party
was composed of Misses May Delle
Darre. Edna Barre, Lila Hart. Eliza
beth Simpson, Virginia Simpson. Re
becca Clark and Hev. \V. B. Barre.
Home making Is always a success
where Bucks stoves and ranges are
used. Sold by
8. M. & B. H. Wilkes & Co.
THE BUSY CORNER
THE BUSY CORNER
E TERRY'S JULY
With its Qre^t Bargains in Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Shoes,
Hats. Household Articles, Etce, wiH Continue a
i^ew Days Longer.
We are going to clean our store out "root and branch" in order
to make room for our specially selected Fall Stock, which promises
to be the finest line of Goods to be found anywhere. Our prices
are right. Our service the best.
We invite everyone to attend our Great Sale, and can assure
you of Real Bargains in every line.
THE BUSY CORNER
THE BUSY CORNER
LEABN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS.
Take^ thirty days Practical course
in oar \eu equipped Machine Shops
and learn/ the Automobllo business,
and accept good positions. CHAR
LOTTE AUTO SCHOOL. Charlotte, N.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business
IN ORDER TO
-? FOR OUR
Handsome Line of Fall Goods
We are going to close out our present stock
at and below cost. The prices on our large
Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes
will be cut to pieces. The sale lasts 'till
August 25th. Look over these few sample
prices. They prove that we mean business:
Host of Calicos per yd..">c
$2.",0 Ladles' Shoos.$l..*>i?
$1.50 Ladies' Shoes *I.IJ>
$:t.:.0 Men's Oxfords.$1,08
$2.00 Men's Shoes.$1,111
One lot of Crosset Shoes, $1.00 to go
Fine line of Clothing at less than cost
In order to make room.
For Real Bargains See Us
Next Door to Post Office Laurens, S. C.
THE BLACKSTONE SCHOOL FORfrRLS
Has since 1894 given "Thorough Instruction under positively Christian
influences at the lowest possible coat."
RESULT: It Is to-day with ita faculty of 32, a.boarding patronage of 32S,
ite student body of 400, and ita plant worth $140,000
THE LEADING TRAINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS IN VIRGINIA
$150 pays all charges for the year, including table board, room, hunts, steam
heat, laundry, medical attention, physical culture, and tuition in all subjects
except music, and elocution. For catalog?e and application blank address,
REV. TOKOS. ROSSER REEVES, B. A., Principal.
' Bulldings covered over twenty years ago are as good as new
and hav^ncver needed repairs. Fiieproof? Stormproof?Hand
some ? Inexpensive- For further detailed information apply to
Local Dealer or
Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia, Perm
S P L E N 1) I I> S K R V I C E
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, AND
Now Offered By The
S E A B 0 A It D
Air Line Railway
All trains carry through steel electric-lighted Pullman drawing
room sleepers, which now enter the new Pennsylvania Railroad
Station (in the heart of New York City).
No. 32 "The Atlanta-Birmingham Special" carries a through
observation car. Birmingham to New York.
All trains en route serve meals in dining cars -service a la
Any agent of the S10ABOARD can furnish information as to
schedules, rates, etc.
C. D. WAYNE.
Assistant Genernl Passenger Agent.