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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. I
Mr. L. O. Hiera was not among
those In town Sunday.
Mr. John Spratt has gone to Salu
da for a few weeks' vacation.
Rev. W. A. Clarke left Saturday for
?. visit to his son iii Ashvllle.
Miss Minnie Curry spent Sunday
with homefolks In Gray Court.
Mrs. Rosa I. Caiue left yesterday to
spend a few weeks in Virginia.
Among those here from Gray Court
Monday was Mr. W. J. Wells.
Mr. Messer Babb continues very 111
at bis home on Farley avenue.
Mrs. It. A. Mickel, of Bessemer, Ala.,
is visiting Miss Lutre Eichelberger.
Dr. J. L. Fennell of Waterloo was
a business visitor in Laurcns Monday.
Mr. C. W. Tune has returned home
after spending several weeks in Geor
Capt. R. F. Fleming, of Greenwood,
was in the city Monday visiting rehu
Miss Nellie Wallace spent Tuesday
and Wednesday with friends in Au
Mr. John Wells Tood is expected
home today after spending a week in
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Langston of
Darlington are visiting relatives in
Mr. John Gilkerson left Sunday for
a vacation trip to Virginia Beash and
Miss Lady Miller, of Abbeville, Is
visiting Miss Helen Miller on West
Mr. John Brooks left Friday for
Glenn Springs, where he will spend
Mr. Jeff Adams has returned home
after a few days spent in the lower
part of the state.
Mr. R. S. Thompson and son. of
Douglas, Ga., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Little.
Mr. M. A. Jones and little son Jesse,
from near Gray Court, were visitors
in the city Monday.
Mr.Mac Irby has returned to Char
leston after spending several days
with his relatives here.
Mrs. R. E. Simmes, of Chester will
arrive today to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Burton.
Mr. Frank Spratt has returned home
after spending several weeks with his
family in 1 Iendersonvllle.
Mr. W. G. Lancaster returned home
Frida;- after a few days vacation with
his parents near Spartanhurg.
Miss Claude Gray returned to Gray
Court Friday after spending several
days with Miss Julia Chlldress.
Mrs. C. C. Featherstone returned
to Greenwood Saturday, after a visit
of m few days with friends here.
.Miss Josephine Fuller and Mr. Dick
Fuller have gone to Mont t eat where
they will spend several weeks.
Misses Mary and Ella Sherard, of
Ninety Six, arrived last night to visit
their aunt, Mrs. W. II. Gilkerson.
Mr. Joe Phlnney, of Clinton, was in
the city Monday night and attended
the dance at the Traynham Guards
Mrs. J. W. Powell and son. of Wil
mington. N. C, are In the city visiting
Mrs. Rosa I. Caine and Mrs. Virginia
Misses Elizabeth and Fourney Hill,
of Greenville, and Miss Bessie Davis,
of Florida, are the guests of Mrs. Vir
Mrs. I). A. Davis and Miss Mary
Belle Fuller have gone to Henderson
ville, N. C. where they will spend
about a month.
Miss Mary Posey, from Laurens. Is
visiting her aunt. Mesdames Palmer
and Dukes. Cokesbury Cor. The
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Swygert and
daughter. Sarah Eliza, left Friday for
Glenns Spring, going by automobile.
They will be away for several weeks.
Miss Dlt White of Greenville. Miss
Lucile Harris of Clinton and Miss
Linda Thompson, of Douglas. Ga.. are
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Little.
Mrs. W. D. Ferguson, Miss LochrldgO
of Virginia, and little Misv; Laura
Vance Jones returned Friday after a
delightful stay of several weeks on
Mrs. W. B. Smith, of Dillon, has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Clarke.
Mr. Clarence Smith, who is In business
at St. Matthews, has also been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Clarke.
Among the recent arrivals at Char
leston from New York, by the Clyde
Line, was Col. T. D. Darlington, of
this city. He is now with Mrs. Darl
ington on Sullivans Island.
The following young ladies are the
sruests this week of Mr, and Mrs. L. A.
McCord: Miss Mamie J. Lewis, Miss
Charlotte Rucker. Miss Evelyn Rucker
of Charlotte and Miss Cowart of Spar
Miss Lena Elliott, of Sumtor, and
Mrs. Allen Fleming, of Athens, Oa.,
former" residents of Laurens, have
been spending a few days in the city
visiting friends and rencwlng\old ac
Mr. D. A. Davis left this wlrjek for
Hendorsonvllle where he will f spend
some time with his family. Before re
turning home he will visit the north
ern markets in the interest of his firm
The many friends throughout the
county of Mr. S. D. Chlldress will re
gret to know that his condition has
not changed for the better. However
he is doing as well as could be ex
pected under the conditions.
Misses Louie Mason and Pearl Hays,
and Miss Abel, of Rock Hill, and
Messrs T. P. P. Carson, Jodie Chandler
and Cyrus Bailey composed a party
that came up by automobile from Clin
ton to the dance Monday night.
Dr. J. A. Holmes, the distinguished
son of Laurens, head of the govern
ment Bureau of Mines and Mining,
spent the day here Saturday with his
relatives, Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Fuller.
Dr. Holmes was enroute from the
Qood Roads meeting at Charlotte.
Miss Corrie Hart, who has been at
her old home gladdening the hearts of
her friends and relatives with her
merry laughter, leaves Thursday to
visit her sisters in Greenville, Mes
dames Marchbanks and Bannister.
Come again, Miss Corrie. Cokesbury
Cor. The Greenwood Index.
I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
Ware Shoals, S. C? Aug. 2.?A very
pretty wedding took place on the ev
ening of Thursday, August 1st, at the
parsonage when Mr. Murphy K. Trayn
ham of Princeton was united In the
holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Alice
Cuson of Toney Creek Greenville coun
ty. The happy wedding pat'ty assem
bled In the parlor which was decorat
ed with boquets of flowers In honor
of the occasion, and took their places
at the marriage altar under the elec
tric lights which added much bril
liancy to the gay xnd festive scene.
The bride and groom were a very
handsome couple as they stood before
the minister and were made man and
wife according to the impressive and
beautiful ritual of the Presbyterian
church. Rev. .1. M. Dallas, pastor of
Friendship church performed the cere
mony. The bride was handsomely
gowned In white lingerie with beauti
ful picture hat to match. She was
supported by her sister. Miss Frances
Cason of Greenville as bridesmaid,
while Mr. George McCuen was best
j man. At the conclusion of the wed
ding ceremony Miss -Margaret C. Dal
las played the Wedding March from
Lohengrin, after which the happy pair
received the hearty congratulations of
their friends. After signing the mar
riage register tlte wedding party loft
for the home of Mr. Traynham where
the honeymoon will be spent. The
young bridegroom is well and favora
bly known in Laurens county as a
young man of great promise. Mr.
Traynham has already made his mark
in mercantile pursuits, and is possess
ed of a fine character. Ho ! elongs to
an excellent family, his father and
mother being well known and highly
respected. His host of friends wish
him and his pretty bride much happi
ness In their married life.
Among those present at the wedding j
were the following ladies. Miss Fran
ces Cason, Miss Lula Cork, Miss Avle
Traynham, Miss Tiny Cason. Miss I
Margaret C. Dallas, Mrs. .1. Y. Garland,
and Mrs. .1. M. Dallas. The gentlemen
present were Mr. George McCuen. Mr.
Walter Medlock. and Mr. W. A. Wood,
invitations have been received in
this city and in several sections of
tln> county to the marriage on Au
gust 10th. of Miss Agnes Belle Chan
dler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Xiles
Dexter Bennett, Pitcher, N. Y? to
Rev. Karle Vandorn Babb, now a res
ident of Kaslcy. Rfcv. Mr. Babb is a
native of this county, having been
reared in the Rabun section of the
county and has numerous friends and
relatives here. He was a minister in
New York state for several years and
there met Miss Bennett. He Is now
pastor of a largo congregation at
Kasley. His many friends in this
county are interested in the approach
ing ceremony and extend congratula
tions to them both.
In Regard to Metal Shingles.
Readers of The Advertiser have no
doubt noticed the advertising of the
Cortrlght Metal Roofing Company, 50
N. 23rd Street, Philadolphla, Pa., which
has been appearing In The Advertiser
for several months with a change of
cuts each week. They offer a System
of Roofing possessing every point of
fire-proof, ornamental In appearance,
durable, easily applied and low first
cost. This company has local agencies
established at many places, some of
whom carry the goods constantly In
stock but where they are not so rep
resented, are always pleased to get In
direct communication with the pros
pective buyer. If In any way Interest
ed In roofing, write them for literature
and farther particulars.
Throw On The Searchlight
and show up to the public gaze the difference between true, genuine merit and real bargains which we
continually offer, and the bargains offered elesewhere.
Here is ready for you, the largest, best and lowest priced assortment of goods to be found any
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Beautiful Three-Piece Oak Bed Room Suit
Material all selected first quality, beautiful Golden finish, French Plate Mirror, large quartered Rolls
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I* HILLSIDE NEWS,
i * *
Hillside, Aug. 5.-?The protracted I
meeting begun at Hillside Sunday.
Rev. E, G, Ross chose ns his subject:
Acts, 4th chapter. :iist verse. He
preach a sound, convincing sermon.
1 Mr. and Mrs. J, v. Robertson of
Honoca, Qa., are visiting relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn ,T. Holcoinbc
spent a few days last week in Wii
liamston. visiting relatives.
Mrs. Mamie Davenport of Tigers
VillO, is visiting her mother, Mrs. J.
J. Tolllson. The condition Of Mrs. W.
V. Tolllson Is unchanged.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rodgers of Wil
llamston ore visiting J, J, Holcombe
Several of our young folks attended
the singing school exercises at High
land Home, Saturday.
Hillside Is waking up. The commit
tee on repairs have been busily at
work and have secured the necessary
funds for the repairing. New lamps
have been placed In the church, and
considerable work has been done on
the building. Our hustling young
pastor, Rev. E. G. Ross, has be^n ac
tively engaged in his work. He has
done considerable In helping to put
Hillside church at the front, and there
by greatly helping the entire commun
The ancestors of Champ Clark,
speaker of the National House are
buried near Hillside. If anyone wish
es to know more In regard to this, I
will gladly give the desired Informa
lion, if they will write me. They can
learn my address through the editor.
Master .lohn Hu tier Tollison, the lit-.
II?' son of Mr. ami Mis. I2dd. Tollison.;
It'll out of the porch, at their home.;
.Saturday, and sustained some very !
bad bruises. The accident was very ;
painful, though it is not thought to bo
.1. I.. Knight of Dabbtown, visited '
friends in Hillside. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. .las. Smith visited Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Tollison of Rabun. Sat
Miss i.eila Watt is attending the
music school at Lewis Thomason's.
Blton Davenport and sister, Miss
Florence, of Fork Shoals, are the
guests of relatives in Hillside.
Hugh Ballord of Helton is attend
ing preaching services in Hillside.
Ed. Thompson was in Anderson Sat
Ludle Weathers of Fairviow was in
W. H. Thompson went to Williams
I^awrence Cox has left Hillside. It
is believed that he has gone to Spar
tanburg. We are very sorry to lose
him. Ills many friends would be
pleased to know of his whereabouts.
When he finds It convenient to do so,
he may return to Hillside, and he will
find a home waiting for him. It is <
hoped he will see thiB article, and in
form his friends of his whereabouts.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Thomp
son, a bey.
James Suttles of Cray Court was in
The Misses Thompson of Dunklln are
the guests of Miss Janle Thompson.
? RABUN NEWS. ?
Rahna. S. ('., Aug. 5, The protract
cd meeting began at Rahtin yesterday
morning, and we're looking forward
for a good meeting. Rev. Williams of
Greenville will assist in the meeting.
Mr. T. Houston Babb after spending
several days in Greenville and other
places returned home Friday evening.
Miss Edna Owens was the visitor
of Miss Margie Holder of Oreen Pond
section, returning homo Saturday ev
Miss Lillian Vance and her friend,
Mr. Chapman, of Augusta Cross Roads
arc visiting relatives in this commun
Misses Li I la. and Ruble Babb and
brother, ('lay Babb, of Fountain Inn
are visiting their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Mahaffey.
Mrs. Walter Nash and children are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Mahon, and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman this
Mr. OolumbUS Reld of Fork Shoals
Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Melvina
Mr. Solomon Mahaffey of Eden sec
tion visited Mr. W. D. Owens Friday
Mr. T. P. Babb and daughter. Miss
Mae were In Lauren? Friday on busi
Rev. Baggott of Gray Court spent
Saturday night with Mr. If. H. Mahon
and Sunday with W. A. Thildwin.
Mr. Homer Nash and sister Miss Ada
and Mother were visiting relatives In
Greer Saturday and Sunday.
SJULOII LETTE?. *
Slllloh, s. ('.. Aug f>. During the
few days wo noticed thai the red
spider has made its n|)|ienrniico on cot?
ton. The ravage ol this pom bo far
has only showed up in some spots.
Whore it strikes, the leaves turn red
and fall off, It it continues to increase
lor a fOW more weeks the cotton crop
will In- a complete failure.
A largo number from this commun
ity attended the opening serviere of
a series of meeting at Itahun Sunday.
Mr. ami Mrs. John McDowol, of
Fountain Inn. are spcndlg the lirst of
the week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs .((din C. Ilcllams.
Mr. Horben Aborcromblo spent the
day Sunday at the home of Mr. W. M.
A bare romble.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. S. Chestlne were
the guoBts of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Baldwin, of Barksdale,
Mr. and Mrs. John O. liellams at
tended Rev. W. B, Thayer's special
service at Highland Home Sunday af
Mr. W. S. Ounsalus, a farmer living
near Fleming, Pa., says he has used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dia
rrhoea Remedy In his family for four
tern years, and that he has found it
to be an excellent r'.medy. and takes
pleasure in recommending It. For salo
by all dealers.
Solid car of fine steel ranges to be
sold at a groat bargain, you loso mon
ey If you don't soo them before you buy
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.