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8 Local and Personal Mention. S
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Edwin Lucas and Roland Moseley
gralduate at Wofford this year.
1. 1. liunter, Esq., of Newberry,
was a visitor in the city Saturday.
Miss Marjorie Gelder left Tuesday
to visit friends in Ninety Six.
ir. Osle Sligreaves is atten(ding the
Confederate Helinion at Richm1ond.
Miss Edmoiiia Garret. has returned
home for the summer.
Mr. W. P. McGowan has returned to
the city after teaclilig for the past
year at Lewisburg, W. Va.
Mliss Ruth Duilose, of Dishopville,
is the guest of Allss Kathleen Sulli
van, on South Harper street.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. It. Phinney, of Cliii
ton, spent the -week end in the city
with Mi. and Mrs. T. D. Lake.
J. J. McSwain, Esq., of the Green
ville bar, was in the city on business
Mr. Dick Fuller has returneld from
.1oh liopklns University where he is
taking a course in medicine.
Mr. C. It. Bobo attended the meeting
of the Connie Maxwell orphanage trus
tees last4 week.
Miss Marguerite Tolbert has return
ed to the city after teaching the past
year .in Denmark.
Capt. W. P. Hudgens, of Youngs
township, has been very sick for seN
Spartanburg coulity has secured tle
services of Miss Linda Hunter, of Ora,
as supervisor of cotton mill schools.
Joe Bolt, son of Mr. L. 9. Dolt, is
among the graduates at S. 'C. Uni
versity this year.
J. D. Sullivan and Eugene Barnett,
of this city, are Clemson graduates
Miss Lilla Todd has returned to the
city for the summer vacation after a
year spent at Brenau College.
Miss Mayme Ferguson is spending
some time in Newberry visiting rela
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Ihayes have
moved back to the city after a resi
dence of several months in Greenville.
Mrs. A. II. Sanders and child and
Miss Lola Anderson left Monday for
Washitigton, ). C., to spcnd soime time.
Miss Hlarriett Simpson will leave
F:Idlay for Pen(leton. where she will
visit college friends for some time.
Mr. .J. C. Wharton and family of
Waterloo, are attending the com
ment exrielses at lurmnan University.
Misses Ollye and Willie McAlister
of Lincolnton, N. C., are the guests
of Miss Ruth McAlister.
MI. Phil Huff will leave today for
Spartanburg to atteld the Wofford
Mr. Tom Lake will leave Thursday
to attend commencement exercises at
Mrs. Cailos Moseley and lMasIir
Carlos It., Jr., left yesterday for Spar
tanburg to speind several days.
Mis:; Victoria Riasor has returned to
her home in Ocalla, Fla., after spend
ing several weeks here as the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. Ii. K. Aliken. .
M\essi's Ernest M\achen, Rober't
Roper and Ear'l Owens attIeinded thle
Furima n 'n iver'si ty commiencemenit ini
Greenvi~ille Iast week.
Mi'. D). C. M\('hauiniii Studmebake r
agent, has annou nced the sale of a
live p:isonger' Etuidebakei' '"G' to Mr'.
1N. Wood, of' Greer'.
iss Ca (harilottIe Mc('owan left Friday
for~ .Johnionl~i to act as a brlideCsmidil~
a t lie marrlage of a cousin. Miss N in p.
her hmom e near' thle eiily a fterm a sue
eessfuml yea r's woink av, a eacher' ini
lie Abbhev'ill e g radled sechools.
Ml1 s Rut aii 'ayne, whio has been
Ieach Iinig in the Newher gri23'5iadedi
schio'd, has returnred to thle city for'
Miss I lecn Rullivan wvent up to
Sparit anhurn ig Friday to atitend(1 lie
commeinceimnt exercises of Converse
Mr's. J1. I. Ha msay, or Spart anburi mg,
visited heri brotheri, Mr'. .Jas. F. 1Ham'
ney', at the Gilkerson I house, several
days last week.
among the gr'aduates of Urmenau col
lege this year' is Miss Mar'y Posey,
.dnuighter of Dr.' and Mr's. D. F. Posey,
of this city.
Rev, and Mi's. M. L~. Lawson at
tendled the commencement exer'ciscs
of thme Atlanta Medical college this
week wh'len thieir' son, Dir. Edwin L.
Lawson, receivedl his diploma.
Mr. Murphy Mahiaffey, who has been
teaching in Ander'son county, spent
a shor't while hier'e Friday enr'oute to
his home in the upperCi pairt of the
Mr. .lamies IT. Irb'ly, supierintendhent
of the state far'm at lioken, w~as in
the c'ity several day's last week with
i family, who are visiting Mr. andl
Mrs. WV. H. Irby.
Mi'. aind Mrs. S. M. Wilkes wont to
Rlock Hil1l last weok to attend the funi
eral of -a child of Mirs. Wilkes' sister.
.Mrs. Leroy Davidson, of Camden.
They rectur'ned hionme Saturday.
Miss Jewell Curr'y, of Dials, Lan
rens county; has been visiting her
aduin. Miss Mary Cuirrv. and other
Lander students.-Greenwood Daily
Miss Sarah llHenderson has returned
from Greenville where she has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Henderson.
Mr'S. lienderson returned with her to
speind several weeks here.
'The many friieiis of %ir. W. A. I1ar
ton, -Jr., for several years principal of
the graded school here, were glad to
see him InI attendance upon the coi
MisS Marguierite Simpson left Fri
day to visit friends in Pickens. While
away she will also attend the coill
111ileiit exercises at C"Ieleisonl Col
. I's. W. Ii. Green and dalifliter, Aliss
I? %,IIis left Tuesday for Georgia,
where they will visit for a few days
and go from there to their home in
Mr. Clyde Fowler has resigned his
position with the Bank of Laurens and
will be with Fowler & Owings, of
which ifrm he is a member.
Amaryllis Peay, who has bei at
tending Voliverse College, sIent a
few days here list week with MIss
Iyllis Green before going to her holle
in Tennessee for the summer.
Allsses Wynona Long, Glenevieve
Long, I.thel Cul bertson, Sadile (arrett,
ind Iulee Culbertson of Waierloo
were the guests of .lisses Mary and
Sarah Bolt and Mr. and .\irs. .1. .1.
nidy for a few days last, week.
Miss l'stelle Gregory, who resigned
her place inl tile city selloo! a several
Illonths ago to undergo an operation
for aipeiidteltis, caime ,down from
her liolle in Greenville to attelld the
commencement exercises and while
here was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. It.
Mr. J. C. AlcGowan, of Charlotte,
spent tile week-end in the city with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Mc
Gowan, having come down more par
ticilarly to be present at the com
iencement exercises of the graded
schools, his brother, F. P. AlcGowan,
Jr., being a member of the gradluat
Airs. J. T. Simms, sister of .irs. T.
.M. Shaw, of Cold Point, and Mr. S'imlls,
who are now residing in Charleston
where Mr. Simms is conilected with a
la rge realty corporat ion. have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Shaw at their
hoieo "Seven Oaks" for several days.
Miss .Janltle .Miller and .Airs. L. 11.
Cliewnitng, of Greenville, and Miss
Mary Anna .\liller, of T'aylors, attend
ed tile commencellement. exercises ol the
city schools here to witness the grad
tiatioin of Aliss Hattle Sullivan.
Aliong those from this county at
tending tile Coln federate reuii I loll inl
Richmond th' week are 'Col. .1. 11.
Wharton, Co j. . 'Thompson, Miss
.Jessie Thompson, who is acting as
sponsor, W. P. 1larris, B. J. Norwood,
It. S. Gritllin, . .1. I. anna, I)r. .1. H1.
Mliller, David Copelanid, T. J1. DuIckett,
.1. W. TLnford, .1. A. P. .\Moore, .1. .l.
ileiing, P. It. Owings, .1. L. Gray, R.
.1. Stoddard, W. S. Kilight, 01111 It. Fil
Icy, .1. 1). lock, .101hn T. Langslon, W.
P. liawk ins, Charles FimvI ing, Oslo
9.Igreaves, I)'. .1. M. leI'rdenI, Capt
an(d \i's. Itrooks Swygeri , ''. Y . 11t11
derison ind11( (Ialil Ihtrs, and1( other1s
wiose' namiles ('oll1d not be se(lcre.
lias Nani o ('re ighlton2, of (f;i'eeni
wo.od, has been v'isitIing lher si steri,
.\i ias iFannie' I relightoil, for severalI
Hlirn to Mi'. and .lr's. L~. ii. Willis,
Crlay ('onurt. 1Hon1 Te wo a boy.
A marr 'iia ge wle ih came as aii pleas
an il suriprise to Itheiri friends was sol-.
01mn1iZ(d ini I)'lhalingi on W\ednesday
when .\iss Pe'ar' La.\lotte, oif that ('ity,
becnme tile wife of .\'r.1J. C. Shlepard,
now of IiLncanster hut for' se'verali
yearis a r'esident of' thiis city.3. They
sipent i'art of' their' honeymoon here'
last we'ek withi thbe gloom's mother01,
Mi's. .\. .\. Shepard and .\l'. ii. Tlorry.
Mu's. Shepiard is an accomplished
young 1lady3, a gr'aduhate of Winthirop
ecliege and foi' sev'eral years a suc
cessful schlool teacher. Mr. Shepa-d
is now connected with tile Lancaster'
News as business manaiuger andc is
mleeting with nmuch Sieceess.
Fleming School Closes.
Fleming school closedl Tuesday, May
18th with a picnic and recitations iln
thle morning and in tile afternoon
ecaml, cake and~ lenmonade were serv
ed, Miss Daisy Baldwin, who has
ser'vedI this term as teacher, is still
visiting in tile communlity. Herci in
ter'est and~ painstakinlg care in tile
schlool are greatly apprieciatedl by the
llatr'ons. They wish for' her a pleas
NotIle to ('redltors.
All persons hloldling claims against
tile estate of Col. Joh111V. F~ergulson,
dleceasedI, are herech 'otitledi and(lre
lulired to pr'esen t tlilm, (111ul prov'en,
oil or'before~ the 23i< (lay of JTune 1915,
to tile under1signedl, at Lanrens, S. C.
WN. D). Fer'guson,
John11 W. Fer'guson,
June11 2, 1915. Executors.
I herebily announce lyself01 as a can
dlidate for' Congr ss fronm tihe Fouirthi
Congressional DI.seI t, sub)ject to the
r'ules of thq D~e 4A'cratic party.
Chance of a Lif&TIme PAY
To Get This Famous $ ONLY
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet 0
leginning Saturday, for ole week only, The loosier .anI- loosier abints iiav-e lioeii sold. ' ITI ' \ is
iifactillnmg iiComipany per mnits us to deliver the " WII lI tline hutst I loosier I llle. To double tliht sale of I his mn1 vbiiel
BI1A I 'T Y loI a s'tSingle dollai, at the low Cash- pri e estalIish <I 1ickly, the Iloosir Collpally lit horizes this sal in l 1.11110
ed by the IHoosier Company. lloosier prices are rearkably pilkei towns. This s s tiruly the iance of a lifti 111 f. a ew
low. These teris lleal anl iilhe ard--of ha I inI. s)0p0 -onivi only. OIlr 111)llmentf is strictly lim1it)4.
delivered for $1.00
Then $1 weekly soonl pays the hahmeve. Yomn- mner h-ki
if' you're not delighted with it. No extra f ees. No il -lterest.
- list tle (ash price.
Saves Miles of Steps for Your Tired Feet
oil llow mil1st varry thing'.s frl-ig yout ligayda g pantry
to) you-, table and baec< agalin at every, mnel. This mimals
nulles (d Steps. The Iloosier. saves all thlese- bevalnse it voml
Iilles everlything at 'your fingers5' t elds. You all sit down inl
Irlonit of, the Iloosier anid do nearllly all yourl work. You Sav\-(
n11ery by Saving Steps. You h rve oe leisre.
Has 40 Labor-Saving Features---17 New
This '\WIIITE IAUTY ives you a ral seieltifiv kit
(-ben. You ean pit 400 articles ill this Iew floosier, every one
at N.0111 filiers' ends.
The eabillet. inclides the pIteited shaker flour11 sifter-only 0
si lter l1la e tIhat slikes 114)11y t1lrolghi jistead (t ,rilldilltr it.
It 11so lls a ('0111plete Ueolintilig system ; a eook-ho1)k }hlde
that akeps yolyi book always 41,01, i fe
Christine Frederik's Food G(uitd1e that aiswels tlie <plest 11io.
Wliat shall I. have 5'. di1ner? '' The nIew all-mltal hred White
an11d eake box 1 as lible 1 vapaeity. due to illiproved ar ra, ng11- It on
Inil lt . .l1 l a ll < (t ble I"; f pli re I l)a j iII
Take Five Minutes to Decide Now
Comle ill tomorrow early-txaine t llt.t II osiers (ar.- goes ha1k to t regahn- terms
fully----thenIi delde whetli erlel ' you walt to ha1y now, while you Itee m1110ber- I n litiv ne I loo-.I ('I11 Ill-1Y Iw iil.livel.
41n111 mave it delivered for $1. or hitetr, when you1Il have to pay fillut tli fi-st . 5- 0-Iid of sal i 41111.t. '11; 1
re-1ubir1 termIs. Dlevlde whethier you ena ormd to) waste the enroll Y411ur on,111c
4e0rg Pal 11(m. spenod inl walkillg. in voIllr k 11411 lih w l a IIV Il i ll Il if \alt II will ll
s1 lO$Ie 4l1l1r1 will briig vl the Iloosie.l t ilro w . ithiIt. \\ i y ullr 1he . ri T he. ( 1 y il il
H m m r- h a tvtl- this Sale the "\ ITE, IlEAl'TY'' v) 11.kle 1 11 invl Illd n a
S. M.& E. H. Wilkes & Co.
TO THE PUBLIC: We authorize this limited sale
of Hoosier Cabinets this week only for $1 down,
$1 weekly--at the fixod cash price.
SA P-SAVER THE HOOSIER MFG. CO., New Castle, Ind. ST SAn R
Every girl in the
county wants to go to
the Panama Pacific Ex
IIposition. taftv .au s oU
Spent with us means
100vots fr sme on-Special Bargains in Lace.
100 votes for some con
testant who is striving to Beautiful quality Val Lace and Insertion in all the popular
win the prize trip to the w
Exposition being given poit ql sl worts.
by Minter. Co. Irish Lace in beautiful and s 15 to
20 cts. .Special value for June at 1lOcts.
List of the Leading Con
N0. testants. Ladies Palm Beach Suits.
,Beautiful styles in Ladies' and Misses' Palm Beach Suits at
-1 .... .$5.00 and $7.50.
.... .... ........ .. 7,700
8.... .... .... .... .. Rl,To5
9 .... .... .... ... .. 7,7150
1 .... .... ... . . 5
1 .... .... .... .. .. 10,-c35
12 .... .... .... . . 7,000-'
.12 .... .. . The kind -of Corset you should use; Special values at $1.00
12 .... .... .... .... ..28o03
1: .... ....(.... ....15 ..1,50
1 .... .... .... .... .. 8 2
17 .... ............ ..9,085
I2 .... .... .... .... ...,00 Special Value in 36 inch Sheeting
19 .... .... .... .... .. 1 7,2
2o..............~ Sheeting worth 8 1-3 cts. Special for June 6 1-2 cts.
2 .... ........ .,00ih
21 ............. .... ....,5 Beautiful figured Muslins, in attractive styles, extra good val
21 .... .... .... .... .. 7,r00e a
26;.... .... .... .......7,0100 For relvaluesin all lines come t see
27 .... .... .... .... .. 7,500
2s .... .... .... .... .. 7,010
29 ................. ...1,675
31 .... .... .... .... .. 10,280
32 ............ .... ...7,400