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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. Homy McKinney spent Sunday
in Greenwood with relatives.
H. C Tlllman, Esq., of Greenwood,
attended court here Friday.
.Miss Annie Davis spent t'.ie week
end in Columbia with her parents,
Mr. S. M. Wilkes spent the week-end
Mr. Gary Fowler of Cold Point spent
Monday here on business.
Mr. .1. K. Drust, of Oreenwood, was
among the attendants upon the court
bete several days hist week
Hon. (leo. P. Cromer, of Newberry,
spent several days in the city last
.1. L. Glenn, District Counsel of the
S. A. L. Railroad, attended court here
Messrs. W. I'. Green and anlel Hill,
ol Abbeville, attended court here sev
i I days hist week.
Mrs. P. W. Hall left Friday for Co
lumbia to visit at the home of her
son, Mr. \V. W. Hall.
Dr. and Mrs. .1. S Wolff have return
ed to their home in the county alter
Visiting their son. Mr. lt. M. Wolff.
* Miss Luclle Wilson went yesterday
to Laurons to spend some time with
Mrs. W. W. Jones, of Lnureus, is vis
iting her daughter. Mrs. (). H. Mayer.
? Newberry Observer.
Mr. .1. H. Park, of Greenwood, was
in the city Saturday attending court
and shaking hands with many of Iiis
Mr. M. A. Loaman, of Cross Hill. Is
among the Jurors at this term of
court. He Is staying at the Gllkcrson
Mr. .1. .1. McSwaln, of Greenville, at
tended court here yesterday and as
sisted in the ease of The Bank of Chil
li'',the. o. vs. II. L. & L. F. McSwaln.
Miss Annie Gllkerson and Mrs. II. A.
Sanders left yesterday for Chester
where they will visit friends for some
Mrs. T. C. McDanlol, who IH?'s on
"Honte No. I. was in the city Monday
Chopping and attending to olhcr busi
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Browning, of
Goldville, were In the city Thursday.
Mr. Browning was here most of last
week as a juror in the county court.
Misses Willie May Childless and
Beth Shell, who attended the D. A. H.
meeting in Chester, paid a visit of
several days in Rock Hill before re
Mr Shaw Cunningham was here for
i short while Monday. Hf? w.v on his
way to his home in Clinton after
spending the week-end with home
folks in Cold Point.
Mrs. 11. B. Lockwood and little
child arrived in the city Thursday ev
ening to join Mr. Lockwood who re
cently took charge of the Metropoli
tan Life Insurance Company's olllce
Mr. M. B. Chandler, of Greenwood,
was a visitor in the city Monday. Mr.
Chandler is a native of this county. A
few weeks ago he resigned his posi
tion as Chief of Police in Greenwood
on account of differences with the may
Mr. Ernest Moore of Cold Point pass
ed through the city Monday en route
to Spnrtanhurg. Mr. Moore has re
cently accepted a position as trav
elling saesman for the Murray rug
Company of Columbia.
Dr. .1. L Pen tie) I was hero Monday
enrouto to Spartanburg where he wen?
to assist in bringing Miss Ida May
Whnrton from the hospital there to
her home in Waterloo. Miss Wharton,
who is a student in Lander College in
Greenwood has been in Spartnnburg
undergoing a special treatment for
Bed Iron Backet.
Special lot Ladies corduroy dress
skirts, $3.48. All wool blue serge
dress skirts, $3.48.
.1. C Hums & Co.
FighCng the Mongoose.
In Jamaica there is a premium on
the head of every mongoose. Like the
English sparrow, the Indian mongoose
was Imported to Jamaica to drive out
snakes, hut the agent became, In turn,
a pest Itself, and the mongoose. In
addition to killing snakes, killed chick
ens and practically every small thing
that came within Its reach. Conse
quently, its doom was sealed and a
price set upon its head. The United
States was forced to follow, and the
mongoose can only come Into this
country by the smuggling process, un
less directed to a zoo.
Bed Iron Backet.
Good shoes at Bed Iron Rr.ekcl for
tlw whole family. Come ami buy your
hill and save money.
.1. C. Burns & Co.
I My Doctor Said I
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I began, to feel better. I got able to be up and hcip do my I
I housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I I
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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL |
Mrs. Homer L. Blackwell entertain
ed the Bridge Club Friday afternoon.
In addition to the regular members of
the club, Mrs. Blackwell's mother,
Mrs. Stoney of Camden, and Mrs. John
son, also of Camden, were present.
During the afternoon delightful re
freshments were served. Those present
at this meeting of the club were Mes
dames W. H. Anderson, L. G. Ballo,
Jr., W. C. Irby, Jr., M. L. Copeland,
J. H. Teague, J. H. Cannon, J. E.
Clardy, Brooks Swygert; Misses Wil
lie Jones, Jannette Macfarlane, Flor
ence Brown, Lila Hart, Frances
Thames and Julia irby.
Miss Eunice Vivian Riddle ami Mr.
James. Mc In tosh Lea were happily
married at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. Mary Ella Riddle, last
Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Rev. W. 1*. Jacobs performed the cere
mony. Miss Alberta Riddle, a sister
of the bride, was to maid of honor
and Mr. Wilson W. Harris, of Clinton,
acted as best man. Roth of these
young people were educated at the or
phanage in Clinton ?md there It was
that their first love commenced. Fol
lowing the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Lea
left for ?eufort, the home of the groom
where they will be at home to their !
Miss Alice Swindler, of Xewherry,
last Sunday, Nov. 5th, became the wife
of Mr. Calvin Cheek, a resident of
Newberry hut a native of this county.
The happy young couple will make
their home in Xewherry where they
have a large circle of friends.
Miss Hula Hellams and Mr. John
McDowell, of Fountain Inn. were hap
pily married at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hel
lams last Sunday evening. The Rev.
E. V. Babb performed the ceremony.
The happy couple are being congrat
ulated on every side by their many
A (pilot hound ike wedding was per
formed at the home of ("apt. and Mrs.
John M. Hudgens Wednesday after
noon tit 1 o'clock, when their daught
er, Miss Elizabeth Hudgens became the
wife of Mr. R. Coy Smith, of Waterloo.
Rev. W. E. Thayer. pastor of the First
Baptist church, officiated. After the
ceremony was performed the guests,
composed entirely of relatives and
close friends of 'the bride and groom,
were served a sumptuous dinner. Al
ter the party had dispersed the happy
couple weil I to Waterloo where they
will make their home.
Fountain Ion. Nov. 7. Mr. Grover
Williams and Miss Clara Snipes were
married Sunday afternoon at Green
I'ond church by the Rev. Mr. Black
Mr. Williams is a promising young
man of Work Shoals, and Mrs. Wil
liams, as Miss Snipes was one of the
town's sweetest and popular daught
ers. The young couple'have the best
wishes of a large circle of friends.
Old Gentleman And what's your
tiAino, my boy?
Kid?Sech Is fame! He don't recog
nize do 45-pound champeen of the
Bailiff -What did they do with the
Attorney Gave him a hearing.
to keep house without a
^ Serving Dish
V ) . ..
Almost indispensable for
Puddings, Custards, Mont Pirn, Halted
Apples, Miit'iironi nud ('Iiccnc, Vegetable*,
Chiohen Pie, Pish und Oysters, Potatoes
au Gratia, Halted Beans, Scalloped Potato**.
linked KjMh, etc.
TWO DISHES IN ONE
Inset for baking in the oven, innile of Kardien or
Porcelain Ware. Outer Dish of solid Copper with
Heavy Silver - Nickel Finish.
This season's assortment
embraces all of the newest
Btylcs. It will interest
you to sec them.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co
Everybody's Shoe Store
We've the assurance to say that we do not believe
that there is, on an average, one person in a hundred
that we can not fit, please and satisfy in every way
with Shoes. Our Shoes for Men, Women, Boys,
Misses and Children are all carefully chosen from
the productions of?
The Best Shoemakers Known
To The Trade
Every Shoe is a model in its class! If you buy your
Shoes here, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing
that you are wearing the best Shoes the price you
paid can buy anywhere.
Make This House of Good Shoes Your Shoe Store
You Can't Do Better!
CLARDY & WILSON
THE SHOE MEN
One Price to AH Customers' Shoes Shlned Free