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FROM THE COUNTY
(News Letters From Many
GIVE LOCAL NEWS
Hnppcnlngs of Interest to Many Peo
ple all over the County nnd to Those
Who Have Loft the Family Hearth*
stone und gone to Other States.
Dials, Dec. 9.?Rev. J. P. Attaway
preached his last sermon at Dials
Sunday morning. He leaves Tues
day for O8\vego, his new charge, Mr.
Attaway has only been here two
years, and his removal came as a
surprise. Notwithstanding our regret
in losing him, as loyal Methodists,
Mr. Munnerlyn and family will receive
a cordial welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owlngs and
children, of Fountain Inn, spent Sun
day wit'.-. .Mr. II. Y. Simmons and fam
Miss Addie Curry of Greenville,
spent the week-end with homefolks
Mr. W. I,. Brooks visited Mr. Ernest
Rev. J. P. Attaway and son, and
Mr. and Mrs. Alec McCall were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Curry
Mr. Wellie Aborcromble of Hondor
BOnville was the guest of Mr. D. I).
Mrs. Isabella Brooks, has returned
from a visit to relatives in Laurens.
Miss Nell McCall, was the Sunday
guest of Miss Jewel Curry.
Jones, Dec. 9.?We recently met the
following friends, Messrs Joseph
Moore of Fkom, Joe Iladdon and Brlsc
Cllnkscales of Due West and Mr. John
Bagwell of Princeton.
Mrs. T. J. Reacham and Mrs. .1. R.
McNlnch attended the Methodist con
ference at Anderson.
Those in need of carpenter work
will find It to their interest to call
upon J. 11. Oulla and Joe Beaaley.
? Messrs. Beachao) and Rtley stored a
largo lot of cotton at Ware Rhoals,
Mr. G. L. Graham recently visited
Wo cordially welcome Mr. Jas. Dav
enport, who has moved Into our midst.
Rev. Hower Owens, a returned mis
sionary from China preached yester
day at Turkey Creek church. He was
reared in this section und was a pupil
of the Jones high school when Prof.
W. P. Culbortson taught. His friends
wish him succea In his ministerial
We were pained to hear of the re
cent death of Mrs. Wm. Dodson and
tenderly sympathize with the bereav
Mr. W. R. Cothran has repninted his
Wo will have a Christmas tree on
1 Christmas day and everybody is cor.
dially invited to attend.
?Madden, Dec. 10.?Well, wc trust
that from now on the weather will
be steady cold. Last week was ex
ceedingly trying on the well and also
? Wo regret to report the YCT serious
Ulnesa of our friend and neighbor,
??ff, Thild Martin. He is exceedingly
4?w today and all hope of his recov
ery has been abandoned,
Mr. HeiWftn Tloyd Was Qatfea hnmu
'"laut Week On account of. th<Vsi^K'P.css
Hftd death of his younger frr\\\ftOr. Her
m&ft has made bia'ny* f?gende here
whb sympathise with Lim in tbo death
hi his brother.
Mr. John \% Finley 1a able to be
out nfVfr, Atrfer his recent sickness.
Mi', k A. Wotford loft for Spartan
Imfg fcittn^ay to resume bis work again
torvand Mrs. Jobb Wright and Mr.
?jj'a, "Martin of KhOree nhd Miss Jessie
' \rartin of Cllnto*. were the ^
their grandmolWi\ Mrs. M T. Allison
Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. W. ft. Hudgens nnd daughters,
wore Hie guests of the family of Mt.
T* L. Dangston Sunday.
Mi's. Mary Allison, Mrs. .1. A. WOf
ford and Miss Susi" Lftngston attend
ed 'and enjoyed 1 ie quarterly meeting
of the W. M. U. at Chestnut Ridge.
Hit, ?rvln Watklns wit? live weok
?end guest ot* his nepln > Mr Dec CuL
I bertson and brother Mr. Elisha Wat
Miss Ida Turner, our progressive
teacher, attended the teachers' meet
ing at Laurens Saturday. She was
accompanied by several of her pupils
who helped select the pictures for the
new school house and those who were
on the honor roll went to the moving
picture show. The children of this
generation surely havo better oppor
tunities than we! What woftld we have
thought of a picture in our Hchool
Mr. Henry Madden of Greenville
was the guest recently of his brother,
Mr. Lee Madden.
Relatives of Rev. W. .1. Langston,
of Conway, expected that he would
j stop over on his way from the con
vention at Abbeville. He however,
I could not stop, but will be up for the
Princeton, Dec. 8.?Misses Fstcllc
Taylor, Sara and Susan Britt spent
last week-end in Laurens, with Mrs.
T. Lane Monroe.
Mrs. John llagwell and Miss Lydie
made a business trip to Honea Path
Rev. Mr. Copeland of Bolton filled
the appointment at Columbia church
Sunday morning, for Rev. Mr. Poster
of Greenville, who was kept away on
account of sickness in his family,
i Rev. B. M. Dullose and family ex
pect to leave Wednesday for their new
home in IMnewt ()?'. where they were
sent by the conference for the coming
year, .Mr. DuBose will be succeeded
by Rev. Mr. Morris of Turborville.
Mr. Cleveland Knight of Gray Court,
was a Sunday visitor here.
Mr. M. M. Arnold, of lleiton. spent
a few days here last week with his
father. B. P. Arnold.
Dr. .1. 11. Britt made a flying trip
to Helton Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. .Ino. M. Wood are real
sick here with ,. leumonia. Their
many friends wish them a speedy re
The Princeton IiIkIi school pupils
will give for the benefit of the school,
on the night of Dec. i!0, "Christmas
at the Cross Boads." An admission fee
of 10 and 16 cents will be charged. Re
freshments will be sold after the play.
Eden, Dec. 9.?The fanners of this
section are about through gathering
Mrs. Mammie Allen, spent several
days last week with relatives in Eden.
Mr. C. V. Hipp and little son, Gray,
spent Friday and Saturday In Mount
Mr. H. B. Mahon and wife left Tues
day for Chatanooga, Tenn., where they
will make their future home. Wo re
gret to see them leave very much as
Mr. Mahon was one of our leading
merchants. Ho sold his lot and house
to Mr. S. R. Gray who will continue
a full line in the same stand.
Mr. Ambrose Holder spent a few
days in Greenville last week.
Mr. B. L. Babb and wife were the
guests of Mr. M. W. Gray and wife
Miss Bess Knight spent last week
with Mrs. Ambroso Holder.
Hartley Brooks of Gray Court, spent
Saturday night with William Brooks
Mrs. Enrl Gray returned home Sun
day after spending a week in Fountain
Inn with her sister.
Mrs. M. W. Gray and ?on, Booth,
were in Laurens Friday.
Miss Sue Gray and Mrs. Author
Aliens spent Wednesday night? with
Mrs. ,T. H. (lift* Of fountain Tnn.
The hCailh ?f the community is very
gbbd hi present.
Watts Mill. r>eo. 9.?-Pairviow camp
No. 422 W. O. Wt met On last Friday
night and elected officers for the com
ing year. The following were elected:
PaM Consul Commander, W. W. Grif
fin; Consul Commander, h. E. Bishop',
Advisor Lieut, Ruft)? Carter; Blinker,
t). L. Boulwnre; KsctM'b. W. A. Rid,
die; Watchman, W. #\ button; Sentry,
John Wise-: WjyViman, Dr. R. R. Walk
er; Manager A. T. Wells; Representa
tive to lroa'd camp, L. E. Bishop and
R, II. Donaldson and D. L. Boulware,
alternate. Fairvlew camp not only
has a good sot of officers, but is also
a hustling camp and still growing in
A very good numb"r was out to
prayer-mooting Wednesday night. The
meeting was conducted by Bio. T. B,
Quite, a Pnee COngrogatlbn was out
; 9nnday thornln)? to hear Pro. Davis
dalivor lilfl far -v.vll address, ns the
Delight Your Friends This Xmas With
#tft? of Jetoelrp
'TIT'jHERE is a silent language in Gifts of Jewelry which ex
presses more clearly than tongue can tell the real sen
timent which inspired the giver. A Gift of Jewelry is an
appreciated gift?a lasting gift?a gift which gives not only
immediate pleasure, but one which serves to remind the re
cipient that the giver both treasured and cherished the friend
ship which the Gift of Jewelry so feelingly expresses.
A well selected and complete jewelry stock like this affords one the greatest
possible opportunity for putting one's own personality into the gift.
Because a gift is an article of jewelry does not necessarily imply that it is
expensive. Many really desirable and truly beautiful gifts which are inexpen
sive and certain to be more greatly appreciated than larger gifts of less intrinsic
value, may be selected from our stock.
It matters not what you have allotted yourself to spend for gifts this
Christmas, you can spend your allowance to greater advantage in this store.
gmgge?tmg tfje ^arietp of ?>ur ?>tock
La Vallieres, Necklaces, Bracelets, Pendants, Brooch Pins, Vanity Sets,
Mesh Purses, Scarf Pins, Silver Dresser Sets, Rings,
Cut Glass, Watches, Belt Pins, Fobs.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS
The Reliable Jeweler
conferonce has sent him to Camden
for the coming year. The people here
who had learned to love Bro. Davis
regret very much (o see him leave,
but wTah him much success |q his fu
BfiV, a. Marler preached to a
good congregation Sunday night at
Lucas Avenue Baptist church.
Tyloravllle, Doc. 0.?Several from
thlc immunity went to Bethany last,
Sunday to hear Rev. J. B. Branch.
Miss Amanda Glenn spent the Week
end with hor sister, Mrs. F\ (J. Little.
Mr. and Mrs. J. ;t. BUrnett and MiBs
Nina P??le of Spartanburg spent Sun
il?y" with Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poole and
Mrs. S. P. Blakely haa returned from
a visit over to Due West.
Misses Lydie and Lizzie Sloan of
the Pea Ridge section spent Friday
with Miss Lucy Donnan.
Miss Mattie Belle Peterson 1h visit
ing relatives In Laurens,
Mr. tolles Clark of Clint'- visited
relatives here ?fMiiday.
Miss Kntie Groyllsh of Columbia
spent Saturday with Mr. and Mr:;. .1.
W. Donnan and family.
Mr. and Mr:;. C. R. Cooper were In
MlgS Ella Peterson an-i brother,
William cvoro In Laurons shopping last
\ After Christmas, WHAT?
The yearly transferring of books stares those in
the face who do not use loose leaf ledgers. \ j those
who do use them, it is a source of self congratulation
to know that they have been businesslike enough to Jo
away with this extra drudgery.
Why continue to make this annual transfer of
ledgers when it can be so easily avoided and at no
We would be glad to show them and explain them.
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