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? LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. O. E. Anderson spent Sunday in
Mr. Will P. Harris, of Youngs Store
was in the city Monday.
Mr. Robt. L. Gray of Gray Court,
was in the city Monday.
Mr. Tom P. Dyrd, of Ora, came
down Friday to the city.
Mrs. Robert Blend, of Sumter, is
visiting friends in the city.
Mr. A. E. Cleveland of Tylersville,
was here on business Monc'ay.
Mr. W. L. Gray and Master William
Gray were in Greenwood Sunday.
Mr. R. Ben Coley of Laurens Route
6 was in town Wednesday trading,
i .Mr. Geo. A. Browning, of Goldville,
lfas a visitor in the city yesterday.
?Editor Reinsen of the Woodruff
Record, was a visitor here yesterday.
Mr. J. Frank Ramage of Laurens
Route 3, was here Friday on business.
Mr. W. G. Jones, of Laurens Route
1, was in town Monday on business.
Mr. Walter M. Nash, of Merna, was
a business visitor to the city Monday.
Mr. Jim 1). Blackwell of Laurens
Route 6, was in the city Monday trad-j
Mrs. F. A. Sullivan, of White Hall
Farm, was a visitor in the city Mon
Miss May Riser, of Birmingham,
Ala., is the guest of Miss Wessie Leo
Mr. H. M. Johnson, of Lanrord'a
was in the city Tuesday plying his
Mr. John L. Dagnal of Shiloh. was
a business visitor to the city Sat
Mr. W. E. Meng spent Sunday in
Greenwood a3 the guest of Mr. Jack
Mr. Wm. Mahon of Merna was In
tho city Monday circulating with his
Mr. M. T. Chancey of Laurens R.
F. D. was crculatlng In the city
Mr. Ben F. Simpson of the Barks
dole section was here Wednesday on
Mr. Bee B. Blakely of Laurens
Route 3, was in the city Friday on
Mr.' M. C. Davis of Greenville was
among those visiting In Laurens last
Mr. Wm. H. Baldwin, of the Knob
section, was In town on business last
Miss Kate Wright has returned
home after a pleasant visit to relatives
Mr. W. Mac Abercrombie. the mer
chant, was here Friday buying goods
for his store.
Miss Julia Childress returned home
Friday after a year's study at Win
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Swltzer, of Wood
ruff, spent the week-end in the city
Mr. Jno. Y. Henderson, of Barks
dale vicinity, was in the city Satur
Msa Louise Hunter, of Cold Point,
is visiting Miss Bettle Bramlett In the
city this week.
Mr. Wm. D. Sullivan of Tumbling
Shoals, was among ihc visitors to
the city Thursday.
Mr. William Patterson of Lanfonl,
visited his kinsman, Mr. Jno. T. Lang
ston, here last week.
Mr. Walker Chcstine of the Rahun
\Creek sevtlon, was among those that
came to town Monday.
Mr. Ludy F. Baldwin, one of the
Hickoiv Tavern farmers, was a visi
tor to the city Monday.
Mr. Alsoy F. Coleman of Laurens
Route 1, was over In town transact
ing business Thursday.
Miss Ella Bearden, of Enoree, pas
sed through the city Monday on her
way home from Clinton.
Miss Sarah Wray, of Ridgoway, Is
in the city to attend the Crisp-Greene
wedding tomorrow evening.
Miss Ethel Garrette has returned
home after a pleasant visit to friends
and relatives in Greenville.
Among the graduates at the Green
ville Female college this year is Miss
Nannie Burns, of this city.
Misses Curry and L?ngsten, of Gray
Court, visited their uncle Mr. .Ino. T.
Langston, in the city Tuesday.
Mr. W. C. Garrette, of Clinton,
spent Saturday night with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Garrette.
Mr. J. O. Teaguc and two sons,
Fred and Eugene of Woodruff, were
visiting In Laurens last Monday.
Miss Laura Caudle, of Rome, Ga.,
is spending several weeks in the city
as the guest of Miss Mattie Harncy.
Mr. T. W. Bennett spent several
days in the city last week with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bennett.
Miss Anna Prentiss, after a suc
cessful year's work at Winthrop col
lege, is now with Mrs. Anne Garrett.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Wright and chil
dren, of Woodruff spent Sunday in the
city with Mrs. W. T. Dor roll and fam
The many friend* of Mr. John
Stone are delighted to see him out
again nftev an operation for appendi
Miss Martha Young, of Cavtersvillc,
Ga., lias been visiting at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. ('. W. Tune for a low
Miss Lallah Mac Dial has returned
homo after a pleasant visit of sever
al weeks in Charleston and Orange
Miss Claude Gray, of Gray Court,
has been spending several days in the
city as the guest of Miss Julia Chil
Miss Annie II. GarlingtOn has re
turned to Laurens and will make her
home with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Garl
Master Adger Kellett and his sis
ter, Eunice, of Gray Court, spent the
week end here with Miss Allle Mac1
Mrs. W. T. Dorroh is spending a
few days this week, In Woodruff, as
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. S. M.
Miss M. 10. Quattlebaum, of Colum
bia, is among those who have arrived
in the city to be present at the Crisp
Mr. Roy Gray, of Gray Court, who
has been teaching a flourishing school
in Florida, was in the city visiting
Mr. W. R. Babb, Sr., and Mr. W. R.
Babb, Jr., of Winnsboro, will he
among the guests at the Crisp-Greene
Miss Hettio Lake Is expected home
in a few days after receiving her
graduating diploma at Hollings Insti
tute, Hollings, Va.
Mr. Fowler Burns and Miss p]thel
Garrette, of the Warrior Creek section,
attended services at the Second Bap
tist church Sunday.
Miss Annie Mae Lawson. of Colum
bia, arrived In the city; several days
ago and will be here to attend the
Mrs. F. G. Wells and little daugh
ter, Dorothy, of Columbia, are In the
city to attend the Crisp-Greene wed
ding tomorrow evening.
Misses Kate and Marie Curry, stu
dents at Lander College, passed
through Laurens yesterday enroute to
their home in Gray Court.
Miss Ruth Gilllland, of near Foun
tain Inn, returned to her home after
spending several days In the city as
the guest of Miss Willie Dorroh.
Mr. Minist Machen, who spends a
large part of his time here with his
sister, Mrs. R. A. Cooper, Is among
the graduates at Furninn this year.
Rev. and Mrs. P. B. Wells and
daughter, Elizabeth, of Charleston,
have arrived in the city to attend the
CriSP-Greene wedding Thursday ev
Mrs. John A. Franks and Miss Rosa
Ho Franks attended commencement
exercises of Limestone college Inst
week when Miss Allenc Franks
Dr. Isadoro Schayer spent yester
day in Columbia where he went to
con'fer with Gov. iBlease and Gen.
Moor? in regard to the locate., of the
militia earn p.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wilkes have
gone to Rock Hill to be present at
the commencement exercises of Win
throp college where Miss linogene
Wilkes graduates this year.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wilkos,*Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. Wilkes and Dr. and Mrs.
11. K. Aiken spent the day Sunday in
Clinton, having gone down in Mr. E.
H. Wilkes' new automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clardy are in
Rock Hill this week attending the
graduating exercises of Winthrop col
lege. Their daughter, Miss Pearl
Clardy, is among the graduates this
Miss Lula Dial has returned home
after a year's work at the Columbia
Female colh ge. She was accompan
ied by Miss Bessie Kinard, of Ninety
Six, who has been spending several
days with her.
Mrs. E. J. Gage, of Greenville, has
been in the city several days attend
ing tae commencement exercises of
the city graded school where her
daughter, Miss Polly Prentiss, is a
member of the graduating class.
Mrs. William Cockrell, her two
daughters, Elizabeth and Lucia, and
Master Augusta Crockreil, of Jack
sonville, Pia., arrived in the city sev
eral days ago to be the guests of Mrs.
Rockrell's sister, Mrs. J. P. Simpson.
Mrs. Clyde FYands, who was quite
sick at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Franks several days last
week, Is now much better. She was
suffering from appendicitis, but the
physicians did not advise an opera
tion at this time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Duncan Adams, Miss
Marguerite Adams and Miss Annie
Keller Adams, of Charleston, have ar
rived in the city to be present at the
marriage of Miss Helen Crisp to Mr.
George Benjamin Greene, of Ander
son, tomorrow evening.
Miss Rucia Wolff and Miss Martha
Wolff passed through the city Sat
urday on their way home from Lime
stone. Miss Rucia Wolff, an alumnus
of the college, responded to one of the
toasts at the alumni banquet Tues
day evening. Miss Martha Wolff Is :i
student of the college.
Mr. Geo. L. Pitts and .Mr. J. A. Ro
land have returned from the meeting
of the Grand Lodge, Knights of Py
thias, which met in Alken last week.
They arc? high in their praises of the
hospitality of the Alken people. While
in Aiken Mr. Roland was the guest of
his sister, Mrs. .1. W. McNair.
Mrs. Nat Richardson and Mr. John
Shoppard motored to Greenville last
Friday and brought hack as the guest
of Mrs. Richardson, Miss Pearl La
Motte, who has been teaching in
Townvllle, and Miss Juanita Brazing
ton, who has been attending Chicora.
They left Monday for their home In
State Consul C. A. Power, of the
Head Camp of South Carolina, W. O.
W. who was elected to this high
office at the recent meeting at Green
ville, will attend the Supreme Camp
to he held in Jacksonville, Fla., June
10th. Mr. Power is one of the most
influential members of the organiza
tion in this state.
Mr. Richard Dunlap, who was forc
ed to leave his studies at the Presby
terian college at Clinton several
months ago. leaves today for Ashe
vllle to spend several months for his
health. He has been improving some
lately and his friends have hopes that
the change of surroundings will re
store him to his former self again.
Mrs. J. P. Marion and Mrs. J. D.
('handler, of Sumter, Dr. and Mrs.
W. D. Ferguson and Mr. Fleming
Jones, came through the country
from Sumter last week In Mr. Jones'
Studebaker touring car. Mrs. Marion
and Mrs. Chandler spent several days
here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.
Miss Elizabeth Hill of Moorsville,
Ala., was the guest of honour Thurs
day evening, when Miss Mary Todd
entertained with a bridge party. Fol
lowng the enjoyment of s< veral hands
of auction bridge, the guests were
served a delectable ice course. During
the evening delicious fruit punch was
served by Misses Donie Counts and
I sing a Little Paint.
A little touch of powder, a little
dab of paint, tum te tum, te tum to
turn, look like what she ain't, etc.,
etc.; Brooks Hardware Company and
the Red Hot Racket are having l coat
of paint or rather several coats put
on the front of their adjoining build
ings. Tl.i' building as a who'e i be*
lug painted white with ollVO green
trimmings. The Red Hot Racket, how
ever, is ghing the front of its store
a dressing of red in keeping with the
policy of the store. The building is
much Improved by this work.
You are specially invited to attend a
demonstration of Oil Cook Stoves at our
store on Friday, June 6th from 4:30 to
5:30 p. m.
We will show you how quickly and
how perfectly the stoves bake, boil and
Be sure to con j and see for yourself
how perfectly safe they are and how easy
they are to operate. Don't forget the time.
Friday, June 6th, 1913
From 4:30 to 5:30 p. m.
Mount Olive, Juno 2.?This section
was visited by a heavy rain and hail
stomi last Tuesday. Much damage
was done to the crops. Some of our
farmers had to replant their cotton
Dr. and Mrs. .1. O. Martin visited
at Mr. .1. P. Knight's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cooper spent
Sunday with Mrs Cooper's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore at Ekom.
Mis. \V, B. Washington returned
Wednesday from LImwood college
N. C, where she witnessed the gradua
tion of her daughter, Miss Sula Mael
Holt who accompanied her home.
Returning they visited relatives in
Greenville and Piedmont.
Miss Lit 1 le Martin went to Due
West Saturday, where she will at
tend the commencement exerclres of
the Woman's college. While there
she is the guest of her cousin, Miss
A marriage of unusual interest,
here, occurred at Cross Hill Sunday
afternoon when Miss Cana Cul
hertson and Mr. J. C. Wells of this
place, were united in marriage at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Edna
Culhertson. They have the best wish
es of their many friends here and
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Martin, of
Ware Shoals, spent the week-end with
Mrs. Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. P, Knight.
Rev, Mr Duckworth, of Meridian
College, Miss., Is spending his vaca
tion with his brother, Mr. Tom
Miss Alta and Mr. El Ho Led Mar
tin spent Saturday night with their
sister, Mrs. Ernest Hurts, in the Ekom
Several from here attended the
Culbortson-Wclls marriage ;.t Cross
Mrs. Amanda Redden visited her
sistor, Mrs. Minerva Hill. Tuesday.
Mr. Marvin (iambrell, of Laurens,
visited friends here Saturday and
Miss Irene McDaniel returned to
tier home in Due West Wednesday af
i ter a pleasant visit with relatives
Messrs. Joe Cooper and Stokes Mar
tin went to Ware Shoals Sunday.
Wo are glad to see Master Pur man
Burton out after a long confinement.
He recently underwent an operation
;;t Spartanburg. We hope for him
I a complete recovery.
We find we have about 2,000 yards of White
Lawn in stock and we don't want to carry them
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40-inch extra quality White Lawn value 15ets
now. 9 c
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On The Square Laurens, South Carolina