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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Miss Rebecca Dial Is visiting in
Mr. J. D. Watts has returned from
Mr. James West, of Greenville, spent
Sunday in the city.
Mr. O. E. Anderson spent the week
ond in Spartanburg.
Mr. M. W. Gray of Eden, was In the
city Monday on business.
Miss Eva Trlbhle, of Anderson, is
in the city visiting friends.
Miss Lucia Featherstone is spending
some time in Ashvllle, X. C.
Dr. J. L. Fennel] of Waterloo was a
business visitor here Monday.
Miss Wessie Lee Dial has returned
from a delightful trip to Newberry.
.Mr. Albert Teague is at home after
a few weeks spent in the mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Sanders leave to
day for the mountains of North Caro
Mr. Douglas Featherstone has re
turned from a pleasant visit to Cam
Rev. A. O. Allison assisted in tht
revival mteting at Mt. Gallagher last
Mr. R. F. Fleming is spending sev
eral weeks with his parents in Green
Mrs. .lohn C. Simpson, of Charlotte,
is in tlie city visiting friends and rela
Mr. Preston ^estoreland, of Green
ville, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Jack
Mrs. Nannie M. Irby has moved into
the old Irby home on South Harper
Mr. Marvin Franks has returned to
Charleston after visiting here for a
Mrs. .1. W. Powell and son James, of
Wilmington. N. ('.. are visiting Mrs.
Mrs. Sam Talley of Fairfax is here
on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Boyd.
Miss Mary Todd returned yester
day from a pleasant visit to friends in
New nan, Ga.
Miss Elizabeth .Moseloy teft yester
day for Fountain Inn to visit friends
Misses Alberta and Delilah Rlddell
have gone to Cross Hill to visit for
Miss Bertye Moore, of Honea Path,
Is in the city visiting Mr. Ernest Ma
chen this week.
Miss Sallie Watkins of Easley is in
the city as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Franks.
Mr. J. D. Watts returned Saturday
after a very pleasant stay of a week
at Glenn Springs.
Miss Margaret Adams of Charleston
is in Laurens on a visit to her friend
Miss Helen Crisp,
Miss Elizabeth Bailey, of Greenwood
Is expected In the city to spend a lew
days with friends.
Mr. William (leider, of New York.
Is In tho city visiting his daughter.
Mrs. E. P. Minter.
Mr. and Mrs. Goggins, of Newberry,
have been visiting their daughter,
Mrs. L. G. Halle, Jr.
Misses Lori and Dorcas Mason, of
Clinton, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. .1. Boss Young.
Mr. Ben Hunter and sister Miss Ja
ple Hunter, of Ora, were In the city
Misses Eliza and Louise MacFar
lane, of Darlington, are the guests of
Miss Katherlne irby.
Miss Beta Mcrldetb is in Newberry
visiting Mrs. J. M. Bowers and other
friends and relatives.
Mr. E. W. Copoland has returned
from a visit to relatives In several
sections of the county.
Miss Hnttle Jones, of Cartersville,
Ga., is visiting Miss Dorcas Calmcs and
other friends in the city.
Misses Josle and Sndlo Sullivan re
turned Mondny from tho mountain re
sorts Of North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Clovelnnd Jones, of
?Greenwood, have been visiting Mr. J.
S. Medlock, near the city.
Miss Annie Huff Is at Glenn Springs
with Miss Annie Lee Sims and Mrs.
It. Boyd Colo of Barnwoll.
Mr. Frank Bramlctt and Mr. Johny
"Woods, og the Princeton section, were
?visitors in tho city Monday.
Miss Graco Barkadalo, of Green
wood, is visiting at the home of Dr. W.
H. Dial and other relatives.
Mr. Lawson Wilson, the well known
merchant and farmer of Cross An
chor, was In the city Monday.
Mr. Marvin Pranks came up from
Charleston Wednesday to spend his
vacation with his relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Langston, who
have been visiting relatives in Caro
leen, N. C. have returned home.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dial, after spend
ing a few days at home, have gone to
T?te Springs to spend a short time.
Mr. J. K. Epell and Mr. Machen
Moore, of Honea Path, spent Thursday
In the city with Mr. Ernest Machen.
Mr. W. G. Lancaster has returned
to the city after an extended visit to
his former home, Pauline, South Caro
Mr. P. II. Anderson, a well known
farmer from near Waterloo, was
among the business visitors here Mon
Mr. and Mrs. John Barksdale, of At
lanta, are in the city visiting Mr.
Rarksdale's father, Mr. J. D. Barks
Misses Willie and Olynthla Jones
have returned from Montreal where
they have been spending several
Mr. E. V. Ferguson, wife and sister,
Miss Lillie Nabors, went down to Co
lumbia Monday morning to be at the
Miss Mary Sullivan left last week
for the Isle of Palms near Charles
ton, where she will visit for a couple
Supt. B. I,. Jones was In the city
yesterday making preparations for tho
opening of school on Monday, Septem
The many friends of Miss Willou
Boyd will lie glad to learn that she is
rapidly recovering after her recent
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Palmer, of
Cokesbury, spent several days at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hicbey.
Sr., this week
Mr. Brooks Sullivan, after spend
ing a few weeks witli his parents here,
has returned to his home in Port
Art bus. Texas.
Mr. J. II. Sullivan and daughter,
Helen, left yesterday for Greenville,
Anderson and Williamston. They will
be gone until Monday.
The young men of the city are ex
pecting to have a dance at the Armory
tonight. A number of out of town
people have been invited.
Messrs. John Anderson of Texas and
George Anderson of Rock Hill are in
Laurens visiting at the home of their
sister, Mrs. W. L. Boyd.
Mr. J. L. M. Irby, who is doing en
gineering work near Charleston, is In
the city for a few days visiting bis
mother and other relatives.
Messrs. R. T. Henderson and Don
Bums, of Harksdale, spent last week
In Asheville and other points of In
terest in the "Land of the Sky."
Messrs. Henry McKinney and Sam
Fortner, of Greenwood, spent Sunday
in the city with Mr. Clarence McKin
ney, superintendent of the Oil Mill.
Miss lone Miller of Abbeville, who
has been visiting Miss Nolle Miller,
left Saturday for Spartanburg from
where she will continue to other points
Messrs, William Swltzer, Ambrose
Hudgens and Joe Smith went to llen
dersonville Sunday to spend the day
with the Laurens camping party there.
Dr. W.U. Washington returned Sun
day night from a business trip to At
lanta. While away be bought a large
and assorted stock of Christinas goods.
Miss Claudia Stone, of Laurens. has
returned to her home on Bast Main
street after spending several weeks
with friends and relatives near Wa
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dew, of
Blacksburg, came through the country
by automobile Sunday and spent the
day with Mrs. Dew's brother, Dr. Wan
Mrs. R. C. Richardson and children,
who have been spending some time in
the mountains Bpent tho week-end
here whllo enroute to their home in
Miss Nelllo Wallace, one of the ac
commodating operators at the Tele
phono Central Office, has gone to
Washington and Raltlmore to spend a
well earned vacation.
Mr. W. R. Rlchey. Sr.. Grover Rlch
ey and Hastings Dlnl made the trip by
automobile to Greenville Saturday,
running there In the short time of one
hour and live minutes.
Miss Carrlo Bell Hawkins, who is
now teaching In Atlanta, returned to
her homo In Spartanburg Monday, of
ter visiting friends and relatives in the
county for several days.
Mrs. Rosa Harrison, Mrs. Mary
Hughes and Mrs. Nannie Bland, who
have been visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. S. G. McDanlel, have return
ed to their homes in Augusta.
Among the guests of the St. John
yesterday were W. A. Putnam, W. P.
Harris and M. J. Owings, of Laurens.
They said that they had enjoyed their
visit to the city very much.?News and
Miss Josephine Fuller left Saturday
for Lancaster to attend a house party.
She was accompanied as far as Co
lumbla by Mr. Eari Wilson, making
that part of the Journey In Mr. Wil
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Minter will leave
today for the north on a visit to New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
other eastern markets. While away
Mr. Minter will combine pleasure with
business, buying a largo stock of fall
goods for J. E. Minter and Bro.
From their summer home at Mon
treal N. C. a party consisting of Mr.
A. W. Cockrell, Misses Susan and Eve
lyn Cockrell, from Jacksonville, Fin.,
and Misses Mary, Lucia and Anne
Simpson of Laurens, S. C, left on
the 17th for Washington, New York,
and points In Canada, coming home by
way of the St. Lawrence River and
Mr. A. W. Caldwell and family have
returned to the city after spending
the Bummer season at their home in
Clinton, N. C. They are 'occupying the
Kasterby house on West Main street.
Mr. Caldwell will again be in tho cot
ton market here this fall.
Mr. D. C. McLaurin and Mr. Ernest
Ea8terby, of tho Southern States Lum
ber Company, went aown to McColl on
business Thursday, going through tho
country in Mr. McLnurins machine.
Tho trip from here to McColl, 2\!>
miles, was made in even 12 hours, an
average of Just about 18 miles an hour.
Mrs. J. M. McLoes has returned to
her home In Greenwood, after visiting
her mother here for a few days. She
was accompanied home by her sis
ter. Mrs. Mark Heliums, who will re
main tbero na her gueat for a few days.
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