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fLOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. ?
MIbs Ethel Simmons spent Sunday
in the city with her parents,
Col. Oscar Babb spent the early
part of the week In the city.
Miss Dorothy Owens, of Clinton, was
in the city visiting Monday morning.
Miss Jennie Fleming spent Sunday
in the city with her mother and other
Mr. C. S. Curtis of New York City
spent the week-end in the city on
Mr. W. A. Putnam, of Barksdale, Is
in the city on business.?Greenwood
Mr. Robert Roper, who is attending
Fur man University, spent Sunday in
the city with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Owens, Jr., spent
the week-end in the city as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. C.ilkerson.
Messrs J. L. Fellers and .J. W. .Mat
thews were among the visitors here
from Mountville last Wednesday.
Miss arie Tolbert, of Laurens, is
a teai ?? at the Hyatt Park school
and is quite popular.?"The State."
Mrs. E. P. Mtnter and Miss Marjorie
Gelder have returned from a pleas
ant stay of a few weeks at Asheville.
Mr. Will Orndoff, proprietor of the
Rod Hot Hacket stores was among the
business visitors in Luurens Saturday.
Misses Gladys and Velma Smith of
Easley are the guests this week of
Miss Sadie Sullivan and Miss Wil Lou
Among the recent additions to the
population of the city Is Mr. and Mrs.
Win. 11. Snyder and family, of New
Mr. John D. W. Watts will go down
to Columbia tomorrow to attend to his
business as general manager of the
Rev. .1. 1\ Marion and wife are
spending a few days in the city with
Mrs. Marlon's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
W. C. Lrhy.
Dr. and Mrs. 11. K. Alken entertalu
? ? : ,ii dinner Wednesday evening Mr.
and Mrs. B. II. Wilkes and Mr. and
.Mrs. Cnroll Miller.
Rev. 11. L. Baggott, who has been
making his residence here, lias moved
his family to Gray Court so as to he
nearer his church.
Mrs. P. W. Devon- and little son,
Harold, left today fur Barksdale, Lau
rens county, to visit relatives.- Green
wi) hi Daily Journal.
Miss Tallu Neville, of Clinton, spent
last night in the city with Mrs. II. K.
Aiken on her way to Boston, where
she will spend the winter.
Dr. Robert Adams spent Monday
night in the city with his son, Mr. .1.
.1. Adams and continued the next day
to Clinton to attend the meeting of
Messrs. B. A. Sullivan and 13. P.
Mir.ter of the Oakland Heights Realty
?Company, were business visitors in
Abbeville last week. They will go to
McBee this week where they will hold
a big land sale.
Mrs. Eugenia Teague, or Mountville.
spent a part of last week in tin- city at
the home of her son. Dr. J. H. Teague,
and left Sunday with Master Calvin
Teague Tor Spartanhurg. Calvin re?
turhed yesterday ami Mrs. Tongue will
roturn today to attend the bazaar.
Rev. G. M. Boyd, who is well known
hi re where he preached many years
ago, has been visiting in the City for
several days. Mr. B'?yd was pastor of
ti.e Methodist church at this place
when it was made a station in the
Conference. His numerous friends are
very glad to see him trt his old home
Misses Juanita Martin, Clara Daven
port, Mary Teague, Lila Clark and
Messrs. Joe Smith. Henry Connts.
t lyde Fowler, A. P. Nichols. Tom Hen
derson, Krank Henderson, .laut' L.
Kinard, Pelham Chancy, Wellie Mc
D.iniel and Dr. T. L. Timmerman were
;:n<oiiK those who attended the festival
at Trln'lty-Rldge school house Fri
The Unklndest Cut.
Father (to his son, a doctor)?If
this Isn't the limit! I pay all that
money for you to study medicine, and
the first thing you do Is to cut me off
"My father and I know everything
In ?jo world," ?aid a small boy to bia
"All right," the latter said. "Whero'i
It was a stiff question, but tho lit
tle fellow answorcd coolly: "That I?
jone of the questions my father knows."
I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
Miss Sadie Sullivan was the host
ess at a charming afternoon party last
Saturday, given in honor of her vis
itors, Misses Gladys and Velma Smith
of Easley. After several games of
heart-dice the hostess served delicious
cream and cake. During the after
noon, Miss Velma Smith entertained
the guests with several pretty songs,
The Misses Smith were again the
guests of honor at a delightful par
ty given last night by Miss Wil Lou
Gray at her home on West Main street
Winnshoro, Oct. 20.?The marriage
of Miss Kate Mellichamp and Marion
Julian Young was celebrated Thurs
day afternoon at 5:30 o'clock in the
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
church. Rev. Oliver Johnson offi
ciated. The church was made a scene
of loveliness by the decorations of
green and white, large and willowing
ferns and majestic palms being used.
Preceding the ceremony and while
the guests were entering the church
Miss Nell Qooding rendered a few
selections. The ushers, who were
Misses Martha and Queenle Mobley,
Jennie Young and Mary Ellison, an
nounced the approach of the wedding
party by walking down the aisle; and
then Miss Qooding commenced Men
delssohn's wedding march. The first
of the wedding party were the two
little ribbon bearers, Masters Pierre
Mellichamp and Jack Mc.Master; then
the little ring bearer, Master Riley
McMaster. Following was the groom,
who came In with his best man, Ar
chie Young. On the opposite aisle
walked the bride, gowned in an ex
quisite white satin, hand-embroidered
in pearls and enveloped in a snow veil
of white tulle, she being attended by
Miss Annie Laurie Groves. The
church was darkened during the cere
mony and a myriad of electric globes
cast their soft glow upon the party
as they formed at the altar.
Alter the marriage the couple re
paired to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jno. N. Mc.Master, where a reception
was tendered them. While the guests
were making merry and enjoying the
feasts of delicacies the bride stole
quietly away and changed her wed
ding gown for a traveling suit of
brown with shoes and bat to match.
Mr. and Mrs. Young left for Colum
bia and from there will probably go
to the mountains of North Carolina
to spend their bridal trip. The out
of-town guests here for the occasion
were: Mr. and Mrs. CuttillO Melli
champ and son. Pierce, of Hlackville,
Misses Jonnio and Lutie and Archie
Young of James Island, Mises An
nie Laurie Groves of Hlaskville.
Misses Queenle Mobley, May Ketthin,
Roberta Roshorough and Martha
Mobley of Columbia.--The Staie.
Taxes Coming in Slowly.
County Treasurer Ross D. Young
is now receiving county and state tax
es. At least he is now ready to re
ceive them, but they are coining in
very slowly. Only about $1,000 has
come in so far.
Very successful Entertainment at this
School Last Friday.
The festival which was given at
Trinity-Ridge school house last Fri
day night was a decided success In
every way. The crowd was larger
than bus ever attended such an occa
sion at this place, and everyone seem
ed to enjoy it very much. The
refreshments, which consisted of fruit,
candy, cake, and cream, were delight
ful as was evidenced by the fact that
more could have been sold had the
committee expected such a crowd.
The success of the affair was due
largely to the enthusiasm and untir
ing efforts of the ladies of the com
munity. As a result of their work,
a profit of $21.75 was realized. This
money will be used for school Im
There was no school at this place
last Thursday. The holiday was giv
en so that the teachers and pupils
might attond the county fair. Some
Of the exhibits of the Trinity-Ridge
children. won the "blue."
Mr. Jeff Jacks and son. Jesse of
Simpsonvllle, were visitors at the
home of Mrs. Elizabeth I^ingston last
Miss Elolse Drown and Master Alex
Drown of Cross Hill were week-end
visitors of their aunt, Mrs. Robt.
William, the young son of Dr. Ceo.
Knight, was knocked from his horse
by another boy while they were riding
in the ring at the County Fair. Luck
ily, he was not seriously hurt.
Misses Payne and Putnam, assist
ant teachers of the Trinity-Ridge
school visited their home people Sat
urday and Sunday.
The Goods You Choose Will Come To
Your Home As They Ought To Come
They will be delivered with painstaking care. Delivery service as well as
every service fully warrants every young couple in visiting this store.
Solid Car Load of Fine Side
boards and Buffets. They are
in Mahogany and Oak. The
Oak in either Golden or Mis
sion finish. Prices range from
$10.50 up to $75.00
$2.00 up to $18.50
Beautiful Library Tables From
Sec our line of fine Rockers.
Over fifty styles to select from,
livery one a good value. Price
50 cts Up.
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The best Metal Lamps on the
It's worth ajvisit to our Store just to sec the beauti
ful Tailor Suits we are showing. We have both
three and live piece Suits, upholstered in genuine
leather or cloth. Prices from
$27.50 to $60.00.
Dining Tables From
$3.75 up to $50.00
Big Line to Select Prom.
Beautiful Parlor Lamps.