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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mrs. D. A. Coleman of Fountain Inn
was among the visitors horo Monday.
Miss Annie Mao Lawson, of Colum
bia, is in the city visiting Miss Helen
.Mr. Q, P. Weathers, who lives on
Fountain Inn No. 3, was In tho city
Mr. ('. 1). Robertson and little son.
from Route One were visitors in town
Miss Nannie Ruins, a student of (!.
F. C, spent Sunday In the city with
Mr. Ray Simpson, now located In
Spartanburg, spent the week-end in
the city with relatives.
Mrs R. \V. Fuller and little daught
er, of Spartanburg, are in the city vis
iting Mrs. .1. W. Wallace.
Miss Janio Rryson, who has been i
Visiting Miss Nellie Wallace, has re
^'turned to hoi' home in Atlanta.
Miss Kdna Sitgreaves left Saturday
for Alken where? she will visit her sis
ter, Miss Annie Sitgreaves for several
Mrs. .lohn F.pperson and Mis.; Klise
Epperson of Tennessee are visiting in
l.aurens. the quests of Mrs. W. K.
Mrs. Elizabeth Dobbitl and Miss An
nie Kjchey will I'CtUt'l) from Florence
where they have been visiting for sev
Mr. .1. I. McSwalt), a native of Cross
Hill but now a leading attorney of
Greenville, was a visitor in the city
Mrs. c. m. Clarke and daughter, Re
becca, spent several days last week in
Simpsonville with Mrs. Clarke's broth
er, of Mr. Goldsmith.
Mr. Fred Qetsslor, Asst. General
Tassenger AgOUl of the S. A. I.. Uy..
Avas in the city Friday looking after
the old soldier crowds for Macon.
Mr. Paul Washington, a l.aurens
county boy, who graduated this year
at the North Greenville academy, wart
among the visitors in l.aurens Friday.
Captain \V. R. Rlchoy Jr., Liettts.
Simpson and irby will leave Sunday
tor Fort McPhcrson, Atlanta, where
they will attend the ofllccrs school of
Mr. ami Mrs. 0. A. Burksdalc an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Clara Oladys Rarltsdale,
and Mr. I.eland Myron GilntU, of
West Held. Mass. On May the wed
ding will take place. Greenwood In
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Cross Hill, May 6.?In the account
of tho school closing sent last week
this correspondent missed the names
of Miss Resale Jones and Miss Lou
ise Brown. Misses Jones and Brown
I were among the graduates and this
correspondent is glad to make tills
correction. Thursday evening was the
debate by the societies and delivery of
medals and prizes. The Daughters of
the Confederacy offered a medal for
the best essay. ThlB medal was won
^TMiss Janle Grlflln. Mr. W. R. Fuller
^^Bne'nted the medal in a nice speech.
Friday evening the exorcises were by
the graduating class and an address
by Dr. Poteat of Greenvlllo.
^ The following young people flnlohed
the grades and rocolvcd diplomas:
Mary Miller, Ruth Workman Bessie
Jones, Louise Rrown, Agnes Leaman,
.lanie Griffin, Ozclla Harmon. Kdna
I'roffette and Poc Sprott. All the ex
ercises were of a high order and Dr.
^ Poteat's address was very fine.
Rev. Dr. Rrlmm of Clinton college
preached the sermon on Sunday to
a large congregation at the Baptist
church. He preached again that even
Miss Blanche Pinson, teacher at
Youngs also Miss Rhidona Owens,
teacher at Vaughnvllle, wore at homo
for the school closing exercises.
Mr. J. Edwin Simpson of Laurens is
visiting Mrs. N. B. Davenport and oth
er relatives here.
Mr. Lyl Leaman was with homefolka
Dr. 10. W. Pinson was brought home
from the hospital last week and id
quite ill at his home.
As Mr. Clarence Cuningham came to
town last Wednesday, his horse he
Came frightened at an automobile and
ran some distance turning in at the
livery stable. The horse fell and the
buggy was turned over. Fortunately
Mr. Cuningham was not seriously in
Mr. Brosig Harmon, a student at I
the South Carolina University was
with his parents Saturday and Sunday
for a visit.
Miss Kate Austin, teacher, came OV
or from McCormlck Saturday and is
With her parents Mr. and Mrs. It. A.
Mr. W. It. Puller, W. L. Nelson and
W, T. Brown, old soldiers, left today
for the reunion at Macon, On.
Mr. Hayna Dry son of Hock Mart.
Ca.. Is visiting his relatives here.
May the 10th will be Memorial Day
and will be observed as usual here by
i appropriate exercises and decorating
of the soldiers' graves.
Madden, May 7.?Well the action of
the county convention proves conclu
sively one tiling: 1.aureus county call
always be depended on to do Iho
fight tiling? Well, it depends alto
gether on one's point of view! Possi
bly it was the expected thin.,' to some,
and therefore no surprise hut "being
one of the heathen I llCCOSSai'lly raged"
Hut so long U3 Cole L. Hlease is look
ed upon as the exponent of Tlllmnn
Ism Hod saw the mask?just so long
will Laurens county endorse anything
ho may sny or do. The ' boys*' soem
Ingyl forget that Jones has always be
longed to the reform party also ami in
him is embodied a tar better standard
oi citizenship for South Carolina than
is found in Cole Hlease.
Mr. Dedmond, of Spnrtnnburg, is ex
peeled in today.
Several of our good women have
been on the sick list. Mesdames M. T.
Allison and Josephine Martin were
confined to their beds for a day or so
but are up now.
Mrs. Dora Hryson was also taken
SllilC sick Saturday night. Dr. Heard
en, of Laurens, was called to see her
and her and her daughter, Miss Ethel
Hryson, of (he Laurens County hospital
is also with her. Hor relatives and
friends will be glad to hear she is im
Little Nell Madden, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Madden, had a narrow
escape when on last Friday afternoon
she fell out of a very tall poplar tree
and badly bruised her shoulder. Dr
Fonnell, of Waterloo, was called but
he reports no bones broken nnd he
hopes to get her up to take her part
In Childrens* Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Pinson nnd
Children and Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Dean
and children were the guests Sunday
of their parents. Judge and Mrs.
Mrs. Sue Flnley and the twin boys,
Herman and Henry, Rpent the week
end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O.
C. Cunningham, of Mt. Pleasant.
Messrs. Moore nnd Hoper, of Lau
rens, were out to see Mr. nnd Mrs.
Thnd Moore Sundny afternoon.
Mr. Clyde Martin and Mr. Tim Flan
nignn were the guests of Mr. John L.
Miss Carrie Langston closed her
school a? O.ikvllle last Friday after
a very successful session.
Sulphur Spring, May 6.?Planting
Cotton Is the order of the day with
the farmers now, although some of
them are through. Where it has been
a week or so ago there is a hue stand
if the wet weather does not cause it
There is going to be more corn
planted than usual this year in this
community and that is one step in the
Mrs. O. W. 1.. Teague, accompanied
by her little granddaughter, visited
her daughter. Mrs. Grid Heliums of
Barksdale last week.
Miss Minnie Teague has returned
from Columbia where she has been
with her sister, Mrs. Willie Davis
for quite a while.
Mr. John W. Drake and Tom Jones
were called' to Rock Hill last Wed
nesday on account or the clrtical ill
ness of their little nephew.
Miss Annie and Mr. Bennett Haw
kins and Master Joe Saxon, spent Sat
urday night and Sunday in Laurens,
the guests of their grandmother and
aunt, Mrs. .1. M. Wlnn.
Mr. J. O. Teague and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. O.
Little' Mattie Lee Campbell of Wa
terloo, spent part of last week with
her little friends, Sue and Annie Lou
The great Key Stone dog and pony
show passed through this community
Little Willie Joe Walker spent Fri
day night with her cousin Eunice Kelts
Mr, Win. Jones visited Cross Hill
one day last week.
Mr. John Cannot; was with his
daughter, Mrs. Stuart of Laurer.s Fri
Messrs 0. O. Teague, E. W. Teague
and W. Walker were business visitors
in I.aureus Saturday.
We have just received our annual
invitation from our esteemed friend,
Dr. Willie Jones to the picnic at
Jones which comes off the 17th. Dr.
Willie never forgets old flrends.
Little Lydia McPherson is on the
sick list this w< ok.
Mr. and Mrs. 10. Watkins of Madden
spent Sundtt) with Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Mrs. .!. M. Wlnn ami little Bert Har
rison spent Sunday night with .1. W.
Saxon and family.
I see in the Madden news of last
week that the contract bad been let
to wire in the cemetery at New Pros
pect church. Now why cant Mt.
Pleasant do the sam>'. It has been a
year since a committee was named for
. that purpose hut what has become of
the committee and the sum already
, paid in.
Ware Shoals. May Ith. - A very pret
ty wedding took place in the parson
age at Ware Shoals on Thursday ev
ening May 2nd, when Miss Ada Au
gusta Muckham Of Due West was
Wedded to Mr. James Lee Chapman Of
Friendship. The wedding took place
at eight o'clock p. m? the ceremony
being performed by Rev. James M.
Dallas pastor of Friendship Presby
terian church. The parlor was beauti
fully decorated with roses in honor
of the occasion, and the whole house
brilliantly lighted with many electric
lamps. To the stirring strains of Lo
hengrin's Wedding March played on
ihe piano l?y Miss Margaret Dallas, the.
wedding party marched in procession
to their places, where the happy cou
ple were made man and wife accord
ing to the lit 's of the Presbyterian
church. Miss I'.dith Ware of Charles
ton was bridesmaid, while the bride
groom was supported by Mr. (lien
Aborcrombio of Friendship as best
man. The pretty bride was hand
somely dressed in a travelling suit ol
i blue cloth; with hat to match. At the
close of the ceremony, the handsome
couple received the hearty congratu
lations of their relatives and friends.
A line marriage supper was served by
Mrs. J. M. Dallas who was assisted in
her duties as hostess by Mrs. J. T.
Garland. The decorations in the din
ing room were very line consisting of
roses, evergreen and ferns.
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman received
many beautiful and useful presents
from their many friends. Mr. Chap
man is one of the tjest known nnd
popular young farmers In I>aurens
county. His host of friends from far
I and near have sent hearty congratu
lations on his marriage. His bride Is
; one of the esteemed teachers of Shi
loh High School, ono of the best
known Institutions of learning in Lau
The happy young couple will take
up their residence on the groom's tine
farm near Friendship church. There
i with the best wishes of every one who
j has the honor of their acquaintance
may prosperity be their lot through
J the coming years of wedded bliss.
Among those who attended the wed
ding were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chap
! man, brother and sister of the Bride
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* is nothing that will add more to your family's comfort
and health during the hot summer months?
WHY buy a Refrigerator of inferior quality when by coming
to us you can get one of guaranteed quality as cheap as others
would sell you a lower grade for?
WHY not come to us at once and pick out just what you
need and get the use of it for the entire season?
WHY should you buy an Oderless Refrigerator? Because they
are sanitary, they are high-grade goods, they will reduce your
Ice bill, they will cost you less than other reliable makes if
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Moiilitvllle, May it. Mr. .Irss.? M.
Bryson, who purchased tin- Col. Fuller
place last fall and moved to the sain*-,
lias moved back to his former home,
because of the changed condition ol
bis business affairs brought about by
the recent death of his son who had
charge of the home place.
Mr. M. B. Crisp will leave today for
Macon, (la., to attend the Confederate
reunion and to visit Iiis son. Eugene
at Hnwkinsvillc. Several miles beyond
Macon lives bis brotlier, John Crisp,
Who will meet him at Macon. and with
whom he will spend a short while.
Mrs. Maude Hryson has gone to Mul
ling to spend a few weeks with her
Mrs. Amelia Anderson of Coronncu,
who was formerly Miss Rasor, is \is-|
iting her numerous relatives a I ;
Mountvllle and Cross Hill.
Dr. El'hest Binson of Cross Hill, has'
many friends here who regret to learn
ol his unimproved condition since re
turning from the Chester hospital.
I' has been announced that the Sun
lay school of the Methodist church |
will have a picnic /it Richardson'^
Spring next Saturday, Nth inst.
Mr. lOllle Fuller, student in the
Presbyterian col lego nl Clinton,
preached on Interesting sermon at the
D.'ptisl church here Sunday afternoon
from the text "All things work togeth
er foi good to them that love Clod,"
Mrs. Gene Hipp left Sunday for
Kden to visit her father-in-law. From
there she will go to Enoreo where she
will stay a few days with her cous
ins. Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Crisp.
The S. A. I., railroad Co. have a
force of workmen here making two Im
portant tills between Mountvllle and
Cross Hill. One at the crossing on
Mudllck Creek and the other at the
crossing of a small stream between
Mudllck and Cross Hill.
Wc beard a few days ago ol a farm
er near Mountvllle who lifts worked
out ft simple, shrewd, but very effec
tive little scheine to avoid the com
mon pest of ?10 potato hug. We can
vouch for the effectlvenesB of the same
and give it to the public at the risk
of Infringing on said farmer's rights.
The method Is not to plant any pota
toes for the pesty things.
Lame back Is usually caused by j
rheumatism of the muscles of the i
back, for which you will find nothing
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