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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. W. R. Henderson, of Gray Court,
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Ford Franks spent Friday in
Miss Aurelia Lodge, of Gaffney, vis
ited Miss Nannie Kate Hudgens for a
few days this week.
Miss Rebecca Wolff lias been in the
city for a few days as a guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Franks.
Mr. Kd Hicks left a few days ago lot
his old home In Tennessee, where he
will visit for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. I'. L. Abrains and
family were in the city Friday on a
Mr. Gus Hart, of tlx1 University of
South Carolina, spent Sunday in the
city with his mother.
' Mrs. Jos. '1'. Johnson, of Spartan
burg, has boon spending a few days
in the city with relatives.
Mr. Calhorn) McGownn made a busi
ness trip to Ninety Six Thursday, re
Mr. \V. A Baldwin, of Gray Court
Route No. 4, was a visitor in the city
Mr. .1. A. Arnold of Anderson was
among the visitors in Lnurens yes
Miss Nannie Dor roll, who is now
employed at Anderson, visited her
mother here Sunday.
^\Mr. J. E. Johnson and little son, I3u
gene were among the visitors in town
Miss Hester Cooper spent Satur
day and Sunday with her cousin, Miss
Mary Taylor at Princeton.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Wright and chil
dren, of Woodruff, were the gUOStS of
Mrs. W. T. Dorroh and family Sunday.
Mrs. Dr. Westmoreland, of Green
ville, has been visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Parks for a few
Misses Ledio and Kstelle Taylor, of
Princeton, attended the oratorical
contest Friday evening, being the
guest of relatives while in the city.
Miss Rosa Lee Franks has returned
from Greenwood where she has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. 1). An
Mrs. E. 11. Wilkes and little daught
er, Irene, returned Tuesday from Ual
timore and Hock Hill after visiting in
those cities for several weeks.
Miss Claude Gray, of Gray Court,
visited Miss Julia Childress during
last week and attended the oratorical
contest Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. iL L. Scalfo and chil
dren, of Clinton, were in the city Sun
day attending the services at the Epis
Mrs. II. Terry left Tuesday for teu
ton where she will remain for some
time as the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Misses Julia and Nancy Owens, of
Clinton, spent several days of hist
week in the city with friends and at
tended the oratorical contest Friday
At the recent meeting of Enorco
Presbytery in Greenville, Hev. C. F.
Kankin was elected a commissioner
from tho Presbytery to the General
Assembly which meets in Bristol,
Tout),, at an early date.
Mrs. Ii. K. Alken, Mrs. J. H. Teague.
Mrs. W. E. Lucas, Miss Laura Barks
dale, Misses Mary and Lucia Simpson,
Miss May me Ferguson and Mr. T. 1.
Swygerl are among those who will at
tend the music festival in Atlanta this
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J SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
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.Miss Oliuthla Juuuh entertained the
Forty Two Club Wednesday afternoon.
Tables were prepared for twenty peo
ple. A most enjoyable afternoon was
spent. After a lew games were play
ed a delightful iced course was served
. Miss Willie Jones delightfully en
tertained the members of the Bridge
club and other friends Thursday af
ternoon. After a number of games
were played a delicious course of ice
cream and cake was served.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church are preparing to entertain the
Woman's Missionary institute at an
all-day meeting May 16th at the First
Presbyterian church. A luncheon will
be served to the ladies and a very en
joyable and helpful meeting is antici
Mrs. A. Dial Gray ontertalned the
Social club at her beautiful home on
South Harper street Saturday after
noon. She was assisted by Misses
Florence Drown, Annie Davis, Taccoa
Calne and Wlllou Gray. Delicious
punch was served the guests upon
their arrival and after a pleasant af
ternoon was spent a delightful course
of strawberry Ice cream and cake was
served. This was a very delightful
afalr and greatly enjoyed by all who
Mrs. Frank K. Spratt entertained at
an afternoon tea Friday afternoon at
uer home on Main street, in honor of
Miss Julie and Miss Nette Spratt of
The whole lower lloor was thrown
together and artistically decorated
with wreathes and bunches of spirea
and Lady Burband roses.
In the reception hall Mrs. A. C. Todd
met the guests and Miss Mary Todd
served punch. Receiving with Mrs.
Spratt were the Misses Spratt, Mrs.
J. E. (Hary and Miss Josephine Fuller,
also the two grandmothers of the host
ness, Mrs. S. L. Frierson and Mrs.
C res well Garlington.
Mrs. Janus Dunkllll and Mrs. P. A.
Simpson invited the ladles to the (lin
ing room. Mrs. J. D. Watts assisted in
the dining room, where carnations and
ferns formed the table decoration and
bowls and vases of narcissus and
spirea adorned buffet and mantel.
Misses llarrlette Simpson and Mary
Wilkes si rv'od cream and cake.
Much Sough! Aller.
Rev. W. E. Thayer lias been invited
to preach the Buccnlnureato sermon
before the graduating class of Cokcr
College, located at Hartsvillo. Coker
College is (piite a large institution and
while it should feel gratified in secur
ing Mr. Thayer to preach before the
graduating class, still Mr. Thayer feels
highly honored in receiving the. invi
tation. Mr. Thayer has also received
a like invitation from the Ninety Six
high school. He will in till probability
accept both, invitations.
Lyceum at Waterloo.
The next attraction of the Waterloo
lyceum course will occur next Thurs
day night April 2.*.th in tho school au
ditorium, '1 he entertainment promis
es to bo a brilliant success and is be
ing pleasantly anticipated by a large
numb'i'. The entertainment will be
given by tho Toronto Male Quartet.
A typographical error appeared in
lljo "Madden News" column last week
which, though obviously unintentlonl,
should be corrected. Our correspond
ent was made to say that "The friends
of Mr. Walt Cunningham will regret
to hear that lie is 'now' improving."
Of course it should have heen "not"
improving, for it is well known that
there is no one so interested In the
welfare of her neighbors as is our
Madden correspondent. Such errors
as these often creep Into the newspa
per columns anil are almost unavoid
Almost a .Miracle.
Ono of the most startling changes
ever seen In any man, according to
W. B. Hoischaw, Clarendon, Tex., was
effected years ago In his brother, "lie
had such a dreadful cough," he writes,
"that all our family thought he was
going into consumption, but he began
to use Dr. King, Now Discovery, and
was completely cured by ten bottles.
Now ho is sound and well and weighs
218 pounds. For many years our fam
ily has used this wondorful remedy
for Coughs and Colds with excellent
results." It's quick, safe, reliable and
guaranteed. Price SO cents nnd $1.00.
Trial bottle free al Laurens Drug Co..
nnd Palmetto Drug CO.
Addressed Ihe Yotcrx.
An address to the people of this city
nnd county was to be made by Hon.
N. B. Dial In the court house last night
In the interest of his candidacy for
the UnltOd States Senate. As the ad
dress was marie after the regular time
for th'? paper to go to prom, it was
impossible to give an account of the
meeting. It is safe fo predict, how
ex er, that an enthusiastic reception
was accorded him.
Protect The Birds.
Editor The Advertiser:
I would like to have a few words to
say In your valuable paper in regard
to the destructive way that the peo
ple of this county are killing our birds
their best friends, and the most help
ful farm labor that we have. Tin y
don't stop to consider what it amounts
to when they are killing them.
The partlrdge, flicker and others too]
numerous to mention, are a great help
to the farmer in-destroying all kinds
of Insects and rodent pests and nearly
all kinds of weeds and grass seeds
such as the farmer lias the most trou
ble in cultivating bis crops. The par
tridge Is one of the most widely bunt
ed of our wild birds, yet they are the
most useful to the farmer. It has nev
er been known to do any kind of in
jury to bis crops. If all the birds
were killed in this country it would
be almost impossible to raise anything
here at all.
A few years ago you could see big
gangs of biue birds but you hardly
ever see one now. It's true that a
lot of them have been frozen to death,
but the most of them were klled by
men and boys that didn't know what
a help they were to them. Fathers
ought to teach their boys that it Is
wrong to rob bird nests and catch
young birds the way some boys do.
The mother and father bird grieve ov
er their young just as much as you
would if you were to U se one of yours.
So let all of us see to it that we do
more to protect our birds in the fu
ture than we have in the past.
Hoping this will servo as a warning
to some who have been mistreating
birds. I remain,
Waterloo, K. F. 1). 1.
OVER 06 YEARS'
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