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? LOCAL AMD PERSONAL MENTION, t
Mr. Zeno Wilson, of the Gray Court
section, was in the city this week.
Miss Elizabeth Hill, of Greenville, is
the guest of Mrs. Virginia Cain.
Miss Amelia Todd Is visiting Miss
Annie Jamieson at Helton.
Mrs. A. B. Crisp, of Bogart, Ga., is
visiting Mrs. Clyde T. Franks.
Mr. H. S. Wallace, of Shiloh, was
in the city Saturday.
Miss Lii Crows is vi?ltlng friends
in Greenwood for several days.
Mr. J. Pat Cannon of Lisbon was
In the city last week on business.
Mr. Tom J. Mahon of Monroe Shoals
was in the city last week.
Mr. Will M. Stone of Merna made a
trip to the city list week.
Mr. Laurens M. Mahon of Babun was
circulating in the city last week.
Mr. Leudy Nelson of Laurens Route
3 was in the city last Saturday.
Mr. Joe P. Simmons of the Brewer
ton section was In the city last week.
Mt. Solomon Mahaffey of Eden was
in the city last week.
Mr. James Workman was among
those that came to the city last week.
Mr. James Summerai of Hickory
Tavern was in the city last Friday.
Mr. Lewis Madden of Laurens Route
4, had business in the city Saturday.
Mr. 'Calvin Culbertson of Ekom was
able to come to the city Saturday.
Mr. Cleve Watts of Mountvillc was
a visitor to the city last week.
Mr. Ylie Smith, of the Mt. Pleasant
comominity, was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. Lone Moore, of Laurens Route
4, was a visitor to the city Tuesday.
Mr. Wade H. Culbertson, of Water
loo, was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. F. H. Burton, of Barksdale, was
in the city Tuesday.
Mr. J. F. Knight of Waterloo, was in
the city on business Tuesday.
Mt. John S. Dial, of Dials was a
tisitor here Monday.
_ Mr. John R. Finley, of Madden, was
.n the city the first of the week.
Mr. Joe G. Lynch sraa in tho city
Tuesday on business.
Miss Bessie Sitgreaves of Bristol,
Tenn., is visiting at the home of her
sister, Mrs. W. H. Martin.
Miss Sarah Beeks, of Ware Shoals,
arrived in the city Thursday night to
visited friends and relatives.
Mr. W. C. McGowan, a rfSlng young
attorney of Columbia, is attending
court this week.
Miss Lena CUnkscales, of Anderson,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Willis
for several days.
Mr. C. 0. FcatherstonQ, of Green
wood, is attending court here this
Mr. Max Rice, of Belton, spent the
weok-end In the city as the guest of |
Mr. JDrnest Machen.
Mr. William Eellers, of Mountville,
was in the city visiting friends and
attending to business Saturday.
Mrs. Minnie Hammond and son,
Bland, of Columbia, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Richey. Jr.
Mr. Thos. W. Kennedy and Mr. Hen
ry Settles, of Gray Court, wore in the
city Saturday on business.
Mr. J. H. .Tones, of the Poplar
Springs section, was in the city on
Mr. J. W. Todd has returned to his
summer home at Montreat after spend
ing several days in the city.
Harry L. Thames, of Charleston,
is visiting Hugh Alken for several
Mr. G. W. Shell left Thursday for
Atlanta where he will remain for.some
time on business.
Misses Hattle Kate and Ruth Easter
by left Thursday for Newberry. where
they will visit friends for some time.
Miss Alma Wannamaker of Orange
burg is the guest of Miss Lai la Mae
Capt. Goo. W. ProtlUt of Boyda Cross
Roads paid a visit to the city last
Mr. Napoleon B. Woods of Mt.
"Bethel section had buslnes in the city
^ 'Rev. B. P. Mitchell of the Trinity
Ridge district was a vlslto- in the city
Mr. James Robertson of Horse
Creok, was in the city last week trad
m Mr. Geo. H. Bolt of Trinity Kldge
section was able to get to the city
Mr. John Pitts of the Poplar Springs
vicinity was a visitor to the city last
Mr. Walker Gray of Gray Court, It.
F. D., was among the visitors In tho
city last week.
Mr. Jno. Y. Benjamin, a Mountville
farmer, was here on business last
Mr. Oscar Hunter, an Ora farmer
transacted business in the city Sat
Mr. John Callle Langston, a young
Laurens county farmer, was In the
city Saturday on business.
"* Mr. and Mrs. J, Arthur Taylor came
home Friday from Atlanta where they
spent about ten days.
Mr. G. W. Donnan of Ashevllle. N.
O., has been visiting relatives In the
county for some time.
Mr. M. V. Abercronible, of the vi
cinity of Gray Court, was in the city
Mr. Clifton Brownlee, of the War
rior Creek section, was in the city
Mr. Leland Chapman and mother, of
the Friendship secilon, came over to
the city in his car Tuesday morning.
Miss Patra Henderson and little
brother, Pierce, are visiting their
grandmother, Mrs. T. R. Simpson on
W H. Lylos, senior member Of the
law firm of Lyles & Lylcs, Columbia,
is attending court this week. He is
counsel for the C, N. & L. r.i'lroad.
Mis:; Mary Burgin Presnell, of Mcr
ganton, N. C, ig visiting her sister,
Mrs. j. McD. Moore, on Epsc Main
Mr. Ernest Machen has accepted a
I'CStUcii In the office of Clerk of C-.v.irt
C. A. Power and has already entered
upon Ms duties.
Mrs. J. P. Fuller and daughter, Miss
Annie Fuller, of Columbus, Ga., are
visiting the former's brother, Mr. C.
Mrs. O. L. Porter, of ltoanoke, Va.,
and Miss Martha Akerman, of Carters
ville, Ga., are visiting their aunt, Mrs.
?C. W. Tune.
Misses Llllle and Katie Clark, of
Spartanburg, are visiting Miss Janie
Brown at her home a few miles from
Misses Imogene and Kathleen
Wilkcs left Friday for Belton where
they will visit Miss Annie Jamleson
for some time.
Miss Mary Johnson, daughter of
Hon. and Mrs. Jos. T. Johnson, is vis
iting her grandfother, Mrs. Amelia
Mr. and Mrs. C E. Bramlctt left
Saturday for Charleston, where they
will spend about two weeks with Dr.
and Mrs. W. A. Smith.
Miss Katharine Woodrow, of Colum
bia, passed through the city Friday
and remained for some time with Miss
fir. and Mrs. Earl Barksdale and Mr.
Downs Barksdale of Hartsville have
been the guests of relatives for sever
Miss Ruth Payne bas left for va
rious points in North Carolina and
Virginia and also Washington, D. C,
to be gone until the middle of August.
Mr. James R. Payne, who is making
his home now in Wilmington, N. C,
made a visit to his homefolks here
Prof. W. A. Barton, of Greenville,
was in the city last week and while
here attended a musical recital given
at Mrs. Lucas'.
Mr. Thad H. Nelson of Etowah, Tonn,
formerly in business in Laurens. has
been on a visit to his old home for
Mrs. C. A. Foster and children, of
T'Mmonjvilo, are In the city spending
some time with Mrs. Foster's mother,
Mrs. W. T. Dor rob.
Mrs. Ed. Clary and children and
Misses Lucy Vance and Claude Darl
ington left yesterday for the Isle ol
Palms, where they will remain for
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. BurgOSS and Mr.
Lawrence Barksdale left yesterday for
the home of Mr. and T. W. Norrls, In
Pickens county, where they will spend
a week's vacation.
Mr, and Mrs. Joe C. Wasson return
ed home last week from Friendship,
where they have been spending some
time at the old home and in visiting
relatives and friends.
Dr. Clifton Jones, wife and daugh
ter, Nell, Miss Mary Sullivan, and
Mrs. Douglas Gray, all of Laurens,
visited the former's father, John H.
Jones, Sr., recently.?Fountain Inn
Misses Mary Burton, Elizabeth Man
ley and Hattie Gray have gone to
Greenwood to join a house party at
the home of Miss Lucia Featherstono.
After leaving Greenwood Miss Mary
Burton will continue to Chester where
she will visit he sister, Mrs. 91ms.
Sheriff John C. McCain, of Richlind
county, who is well and popularly
known in this county, is In the city
this week attending the court of com
mon pleas. "Capt." McCain resigned
his position as conductor on tho C,
X. & L. railroad to take the sheriff's
office at Rtchland, having been el (Cted
by a big majority. Ho is attending
court as a witness In a suit against
the C, N. & L.
"Trust God and Sally."
The worthy, people of tho historic
town of Newark, Nottingham, Eng
land, havo lately been much exercised
in their minds regarding the selection
of a motto to go with the borough
arms. TJIWmntely It was decided that
the motto of tho town should be the
historic remark mado by Major Smith
In 1646, "Trust God and Sally."
It was In that year when Newark
was surrendered to the Scottish army
after sustaining three sieges during
tho civil war, and the remark Wi.a
mado to Lord Bellayso when the for
tunes of King Charles I were at the
lowest ebb. Tho word "sally," ot
courso. as used In Newark's motto,
means to rush forth, leap out, or Issuo
WOODMEN UNVEIL MONUMENT
Address Delivered by Head Consul c.
A. Power of This City.
Sunday afternoon at Columbia
church, Greenville County, Princeton
Camp, Woodmen of the World, assist
ed by members of other camps, un
veiled the monument recently erected
to the memory of Sovereign M. Davis.
The officers of Princeton Camp were
In charge of the Iruproslsve ceremonies
and two nieces of the deceased drew
the cords releasing the veil from tho
beautiful and well designed monument.
The memorial address was delivered
by Mr. C. A. Power, head consul ot" the
jurisdiction of South 'Carolina Mr.
Power was presented by Mr. Robert
Ridgoway, past consul commando.- of
Princeton Camp. Mr. Power dollvored
a beautiful and impressive address,
'paying high tribute to the fidelity of
the deceased brother a? a Woodman
and citizen of true worth ?.nd value ?n
his community, his country and his
"Did you see where a murderer in
New York, sentenced to the electric
chair, declared tho Joke was on him?"
"That sort of humor is shocking."
Not the Right Kind.
"I thought you said young Jaggw?
was a coward? In our automobil? ac
cident, wo found ho waB full of grit.**
"Humph! I'd ttko to know whore
he got It bo suddenly."
"I suppose from the ditch we fell
Mr. R. Wade Taylor, of Poa Rldgo, \
and Bister, Miss Nlina Taylor, wero In
the city Saturday shopping,
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Half gal only $1.10 per doz.
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Half gal only 90cts per doz.
Best Jar Rubbers*made at 5 and 10 cts per doz. Big Shipment just received to be sold
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Laurens, South Carolina
Stirring Addresses on Vital Bible Topics
THE GOSPEL TENT - IRBY AVE. - EARLE ST.
Fourth Week of Meetings. Interest Increasing Nightly, in Response to Repeated
Questions and Requests, The Sabbath Question will Now be Discussed.
Can Never Cease to be
Subject Illustrated by
Questions Solicited on
TENT** MEETING" LECTURES
However Popular Can
l ifteen Minute Song
Questions Solicited on
Sunday, July 20?8:15 p. m. .The Four Beasts of Dan. 7.
Monday, July 21-8:15 p. m. God's Moral Law
Tuesday, July 22--8:15 p. m. The Sabbath of the Lord
Wednesday, July 23-8:15 p. m. Sunday Sacredness
Thursday, July 24-8:15 p. m.. The Abolished Law
Friday, July 25-8:15 p. m. Relation of the Law to the Gospel
Sunday, July 27-8:15 p. m. An Enemy Hath Done This
OUR MOTTO: "With Malice Toward None, With Charity For All, With Firmness in the Right as God
Gives us to see the Light."
COME?YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO STAY AWAY?COME.