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l LOCAL AND PERSdr^^
yir. Willie Ruff made a flying trip
to Carlisle Sunday.
Mr. J. D. Godfrey, of Lanford, was
a visitor here Monday.
Mr. Virgil White, of Dials township,
was lu the city Monday.
Mr. Osie Sitgreaves left yesterday
for a visit to Charleston
Miss Jennie Shealy has gone to
Greenville to visit friends.
Miss Annie Kibler of Newberry is
vir.iting Miss Kit Sullivan.
Mr. Will Jones, of Waterloo, was a
visitor in the city yesterday. '
Rural Policeman Lowe, of Cross
Hill, was In the city yesterday.
Miss Annie .lamieson, of Helton, is
the guest of the Misses Wilkes.
Mr. Geo. A. McPberson, a Waterloo
furmor, was in t'.:c city Monday.
Mr. .J. W. Payne has gone to New
York to meet his southern trade.
Mrs. S. R. Dor roh and little daugh
ter are visiting Mrs. W. T. Dorroh.
Mrs. M. E. Hart, of Miami. Fla., is
visiting her niece, Mrs. IC. W. Tune.
Master David George is visiting
Master Gelder Mlnter for a few days.
M>r. Thos. R. Hay, returned Monday
from a business trip to Irwin, Tenn.
Mr. Walter Haid win, of the Rabun
community was a recent visitor to the
Dr. R. E. Hughes and little Miss
Harrlette have returned from Vir
Mrs. M. L. Roper left yesterday
morning for Anderson to visit rela
Mr. Frank Walker and children are
spending sonic time here with rela
Mr. Frank Davis, of Princeton, spent
Sunday In the city with friends and
Mr. FJdd Corbitt. of the Lisbon neigh
borhood, bad business in the city
Mr. Gary Eichelberger, of Winston
Salem, N. C, is here on a visit to his
Miss Josephine Fuller and Miss
Francis Davis are In Montreat for a
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crisp are visit
ing Mr. Crisp's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. C. Crisp.
Mr. T. .1. Weathers has purchased a
Ford touring car through .Messrs.
Mr. Gerald Nickle, of Bessimor, Ala.,
is visiting at the home of Mi*. Hobt.
Miss Hester Cooper left Tuesday for
B visit of several days with relatives
Miss Hanna Royal has gone to
Vino.land, N J? where she will spend
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Willis, of Owlngs
Station, visited Mr and Mrs. J. C.
Mr Jno. Pat. Mad don, of the Cheek
Spring section, was a visitor to the
city ia't week.
Hon. R. A. Cooper leaves today for
Scnaoa where he will make an address
at a large picnic.
Mr. Julius Sltgreaves left Sunday
for a few days' vacation In Charles
ton and Beaufort.
Mr. Jno. W. Lawson, a prominent
r^noree farmer, was in the city last
week on business.
Mr. John Kelly, of Spartnnbuug.
spont several days in the olty last
week with friends.
Mr. Rufus Sadler, of Greenville,
spent the week-end In the city with
Mr. Ernest Machen.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wardell, of
Martin's Cross Roads, were shopping
in the city Monday.
Mr. B. R. Fuller, cashier of the Bank
of Mountville, was a business visitor
in Laurens Monday.
Miss Helen Taylor left Monday for
Columbia, where she will visit rela
tives for some time.
Mr J. Andy Coats of the Friendship
section, was in the city Saturday
among his old friends.
Mr. R. L. Walker attended the ball
game at Greenwood Friday between
?Greenwood and Dillon.
Mrs. John Stevens, of Kersliaw, is
in the city visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Sitgreaves.
Mr. Demphsey Watklns, a well-to
do farmer of Burns Factory section,
was in the city last week.
Mr. L. L. Langston of Darlington
has been the guest of Mr. William Mc
Gowan for the past week.
Mr. Larry Dorroh and son. Ralph,
of Falrmount, Ga? are visiting Mrs.
"W. T. Dorroh and family.
Mrs. John Hit! and little daughter
and Miss Minnie Wade, of Cross Hill,
were in the city yesterday.
Mr. Lyl Moore left Sunday for north
ern points, on bis annual summer va
cation of a week's duration.
Miss Ruth Martin, of Spartanburg,
Is spending a few days hero as the
guest of Mrs. A. D. Hudgens,
Miss Leila Todd of Sltnpsonville
spent Thursday night bore as the
guest of the Misses Easterby.
Mr. Leland 'Chapman, a prosperous
young farmer of Hickory Tavern sec
tion, was in the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Roper left yes
terday for Anderson, where they will
visit relatives for some time.
Mr. G. Wash Long, a prominent Wa
terloo farmer, was transacting busi
ness in the city last Saturday.
Miss Beuford Curry has returned
home after vlsitlug her sister, Mrs.
L. O. Hlers. for several days.
Mr. Warren Culbertson from the
Rabun Creek section, had business to
look after In the city Monday.
Miss Mamie Prather, or Clinton, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William
Brown on South Harper street.
Misses Parnell Abney of Greenwood
and Mattle Glasgow of Newberry are
the guests of the Misses Easter by.
Mr. William Watts, of Denver, Col.,
is spending some time in and around
l.auri'%; as the guest of relatives.
Miss Ludle Taylor left yesterday
for her home in Princeton after vis
iting relatives here and in Columbia.
Miss Jule Chlldress has returned
home after a pleasant visit of several
weeks with relatives in Gray Court.
Mr. Herbert Sullivan Is on an out
ing at his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. D. Sullivan, of Tumbling Shoals.
I Mr. .1. P. Henderson, of Greenville,
is spending a few days here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Hender
Mr. Austin Rolter, one of the com
ing young fanners, of the Henderson
ville district, was In the city Satur
Messrs. Earl Wilson and Rice Nick
les left Saturday for a few weeks'
stay In the mountains of North Caro
Miss Daisy Reil Colleton bar- return
ed home after a pleasant visit to many
friends and relatives in Anderson and
Mr. Sam Wright and party of rela
tives from Clinton were in the city
Monday afternoon, having come up by
Messrs. Willie Ruff, Tom Bolt, Ren
Sullivan and .lack McCravy went over
to Creenwood Thursday to witness the
ball game there.
Mrs. W. 10. Meng and Miss Emily
Meng left yesterday for Henderson
vllle, where they will remain for the
rest of the summer.
Mr. .1. N. Hudgens, Miss Dorothy
Hudgens and Miss Ulla Todd left
Monday for a two weeks' stay In Wash
ington and Baltimore.
Mr. W. R. Clark, a native of this
county, now in the government em
ploy at Greenwood is spending his va
cation here with relatives.
Mr. Frank Henderson, who is now
living in Denmark, Is spending his
vacation in the city witli his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Henderson.
Misses Ethel, Marie and l.enora and
Master .1. L. Hangston left several
I days ago for North Carolina, where
they will remain for some time.
Mr. Russell Minter, who has been
spending some time with Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. Mintor, returned to his
home in Davidson, N. ('., Thursday.
Mr. Milton Sullivan, of Tumbling
Shoals, who lias been attending the
summer school tit Spavtanburg, pass
ed through the city Tuesday on his
Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Machen and Mrs.
Ralph Terry left Thursday for Staun
ton, Va., where they will visit the
two latters' sister, Mrs. Ruckner, dur
ing this month.
Miss Dorothy Owens, of Clinton, and
Miss Mary ICartwright, of Yorkvllle
but who Is now visiting In Clinton,
were in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John Spratt Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor, of
Princeton, passed through here Tues
day on their way to the mountains of
North Carolina, where they will re
main for several weeks.
Mr. D. W. Norwood leaves next
week for Durham, N. C. where he
will visit relatives. Fi i there he
will go to Washington. D. ('., for a
few days. He will be gone about two
Rev. and Mrs. B. J. Blackwell, of
Eufala, Ala., were in the city yester
day with Mr. Rlackwell's brother.
Mr. H. S. Blackwell. They will re
turn here In several days to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Rlackwell for several days.
Misses Annie Relle and Bessie Chll
dress have returned from Fountain
Inn, where they have been visiting
Miss Bet Jones for several weeks.
Miss Jones accompanied them to Fl?
rens and will be their guest for some
Prof. Clyde Curry, of Cray Court
who Is now taking a post graduate
course leading to the degree of Ph.
D. at the University of California, was
a visitor in the city yesterday. He re
turns to California next week to re
sume his work.
A party of young people chaperoned
by Mr. and Mrs .1. W. Dunklin leaves
today for Edneyville, N. C, about fif
teen miles from I lendersonville, where
they will "camp out" at a summer
hotel for a week or ten days. In the
party, besides the chaporones, will bo
Misses Rosalie and Allene Franks, Un
eia Wolff, Amelia Lodge, of Oaffnoy;
Messrs B, O. Anderson. R. (!. Franks,
J. E. Hicks, and R. A. Babb.
I Mr. A. C. Watson, of Creenwood.
passed through the city Thursday on
his way to Barksdalc Station, his old
home, where he has some farming in
terests. Mr. Watson was accompan
ied by his nephew, Mr. lt. W. Toland,
of Argents, Ark., who came back to
South Carolina this summer to visit
old friends and relatives. Mr. Toland
Is a native of this county and left here
about thirty years ago foi the wesi
where he has been living ever since,
J SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. j
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A marriage which came as a sur
prise to their many friends here was
solemnized in Baltimore, Md.. yester
day morning when Miss Irene Worley
became the wife of Mr. Tom R. Swltzer
Although the Intimate friends and rel
atives of the young people were aware
of the plans for the marriage, no
Inkling of it had boon given to oth
ers Both Mr. and Mrs. Swltzer are
well known in Laurens, Mr. Swltzer
being a member of tlx firm of Swltzer
Company, one of the leadln?, business
houses of the city. Mrs. Swltzer, as
Miss Worley, has been employed in
the millinery department of the same
company for several seasons and has
made numerous friends by her many
personal charms and graces of man
ner. Mr. and Mrs. SwitZOr will spend
their honeymoon In the north, return
ing to l.aurens in several weeks.
On Wednesday afternoon, at hair
past five o'clock, at Bethel Church,
Clover, S. C, the marriage of Miss
Agnes Hammond Adams and William
Luther Latham was solemnized. The
Rev. Dr. Robert Adams, father of the
bride, officiated. An orchestra of three
pieces played an arrangement of "O
Promise Me", after which Mrs. .lames
Anderson Page sang "All for You,"
accompanied by the orchestra.
The wedding party entered to the
strains of the Wedding March from
Lohengrin. The bridesmaids Miss
Olive Arme Adams, sister of the bride,
and Miss Nelle Rlley Miller, of Lau
rens, followed by the two little Howe
girls, Sidney Holmes, niece of the
bride, and Dorothy Dulln, proceeded,
the bride, who was accompanied by
Mrs. Lowry Wilson Brown, of Char
lotte, X. O, Dame of Honor.
They were met at the altar by the
I groom, accompanied by his best man,
I Rev. Robert Roy Brown. The ushers
were: LoRoy Hammond Adams, broth
j er of the bride, and John Latham,
brother of the groom. After the cere
mony the bridal party left he church,
in the reverse order, to the strains of
the Wedding March from Than
In specially reserved scats were the
members of the families, and the Miss
es Margaret Query, Rebecca Flanagan,
Webb Stanton, Blanche Glenn, Belle
Campbell, Martha Riddle, Annie Blake
ley, and Mrs. R. L. Wiley.
The church was beautifully decorat
ed with blue hydrangeas, pink roses,
and ferns, carrying out the color
scheme of pink and blue. The only
light was that of candles in crystal
and brass candelabra.
The bride's gown was batiste, hand
somely draped with shadow lace, and
her tulle vidi was caught up with
orange blossoms. She carried a show
er bouquet of white Klllarney roses.
Mrs. Brown, dame of honor handsome
ly gowned in lace draped blue Char
meuse, carried blue hydrangeas. Miss
Olive Adams, in pink silk with pearl
trimmings, and Miss Nelle Miller in
pink crepe de chine with trimmings
of pearls, carried pink Klllarney ros
es. The little flower girls wore dainty
gowns of pink and blue, and scattered
rose petals, from blue, handwoven
baskets, in the path of the bride.
Mrs. Wilmot Stuart Holmes of
Orangeburg, sister of the bride, pre
sided at the organ, accompanied by
Mr. James A. Page, on the clarionet,
and Mr. William Smith, on the saxa
Before the ceremony, a wedding lun
cheon was served at the home of the
bride, and following the ceremony, an
informal reception was held at her
home. Mr. and Mrs. Latham left for
a few weeks stay In the mountains of
North Carolina. Her traveling gown
was a coat suit of king's blue with
hat to match.
The wedding was the occasion of a
complete reunion of the Adams fami
ly. The out-of-town guests wer.?. Row
and Mrs. W. S .Hohnes and children
of Orangeburg, Mr. and Mrs. .1. J.
Adams and children of Lauren-;, \fr
and Mrs. Robert H. Adams and son of
the Berry School. Miss Nelle Miller of'
Laurons. Miss Annie Blakeley of Clin
ton. Mrs. Lowry Wilson Brown of
Charlotte, Mr. John Latham, of Sharon
and Miss Maggie Latham of Sharon.
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"I was troubled with constipation
and Indigestion and spent hundreds of
dollars for medicine and treatment,"
writes C. 11. Hilles, of Whitlow. Ark.
"I went to a St. Iyouis hospital, "also
to a hospital in New Orleans, but no
cure was effected. On returning home
I began taking Chamberlain's Tab
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? EKOM >OTES. ?
Rabun, Aug. t.?Mr. T. F. Babb and
family and Dr. J. VV. Beason were In
Greenville Saturday on business.
Misses Austin and Shell of Laurens
arc visiting Miss Cora Modlock this
Miss Ada Nash, after spending two
weeks In Ashevlllo, roturnod home
The Misses Garllngton of Columbia,
are visiting Miss Marie Mahon.
Mr. Laurens Mahon was in Green
ville Saturday and Sunday on business
Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Mahaffey and
children of Texas are visiting around
lu re for a few days.
Mrs. Arthur Taylor and children of
Laurens, are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Mcdlock.
Mrs. Daisy Nash and children of
Greenville spent last week with Mrs.
Mr. I.. 11. Roper Of Laurens, is up
for the meeting this wool? at Rabun.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens is spendin?:
several weeks witll her daughter, Mr.
Claude Wasson of Friendship sec
tion who has typhoid fever.
Mr. T. F. Babb and Mr. W. D. Ow
ens were in Laurens Monday.
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Mt. Olive, Aug. t. Protracted meet
ing at thin place closed Thursday night i
We had a good meeting with five ad
ditions to the church.
Mr. .1. if Cannon went to Groon
vlllo last week for special treatment.
Hi- has been cripple for several years.
'! is hoped by tils many friends that
he will soon have a complete recov
Mrs. Emma Mahon, of Itahun, visit
ed relatives bore last week.
Messrs. '('. i. and Albert Martin
spent the week-end in Greonvllle, with
Itev. f. II. Wronn.
Mr. Arthur Culbertson, of Harmony,
spent last week with relatives hero,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ij, Coopei visited at
Mr. Tool W. Moon's of Kkom, Sunday.
Mr. C. \V. Martin and family, of LtlU
rens, an: visiting at Mr. I A C Mar
Mr. .la. Jones was called to Ware
?Shoals, Saturday to the bcd-sldc of
his daughter, Mrs. Willie Knight, who
has been ill for some time. |lor con
dition grow worse
Mr. and Mr> 1 S Crawford of
!!i ewerton. visited hi re la-.t. week,
Mrs. .1. I\ Kn hi Spent last week
with hor daughti r, Mrs, W. 0. Mar
ton, of Ware Shoals, who has been
sick for sonn time. We are ?lad to
.?oport that sin i novi convalescent
Mrs. Nannie Taylor Visited in this
community lasi week.
Miss Natmli Washington and broth
? r. Everett a/id Manning Holt, vlsifei
tliOlr aim;. Mrs !. A. Wool, Of Ml
Misse? I.ill..- Martin, Sarah Coo pel
and I.u i Mar- Boll spent Thitrsdaj
with Mr and Mrs, N. IS, Coopor.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. I.. Martin, of Ml.
Gallagher, visited ill Dr. ,1, O. Mar
Mr. Clove llolnnd leaves for Groon?
wood today whore lie has accoptod a
position ;is salcsinati with a large dry
(food s eoneei n.
Oll tho ;!'?th inst. Crom I to f, 'Ml p.
tn., tho young people ?f this eoinmun?
ity were delightfully entertained at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. K II. llo
land. After several games, a delicious
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was assisted by Mrs. 1'auline McDan
lel. The occasion was greatly on joy
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