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Miss Lillian 'Cook. of Rock 11111, is
visiting Miss Lilly Miller.
Mliss Ada Taylor, of Clinton, is vis
Iting liss Alberta Riddle this week.
Mr. C. II. Moore 'of Cold Point was
in the city Tuesday on business.
Mr. Geo. 13. Brown of Sagotown, was
' a business visitor to the city Tuesday.
Mr. H. Terry spent Sunday and part
of Monday in Union vlisiting relatives.
Messrs Mloore Dial and James Todd
spent the Fourtl in I endersonville.
Capt. W. 11. Gilkerson is spending
a few days with relatives In Anderson.
Mi. A. C. Crow, or Lanrord station,
was a visitor' in the city Wednesday.
Miss Olin Mitchell is the guest of
her cousins, Alr. and itrs. W. It. Ilag
Alr. tolt. NI. Wa -%son of Friendsh it
was in the city Tuesday seeing his
Miss Trene Curlee of Winiusboro,
has been the guest. of Miss El izabethIi
Miss Dessie Crews spent Sunday
ahid Mlonday with relatives i Green
Misses Grace and .orie T'hornton
of Enoree are the guests of Alis An
Air. .1. \ade Culbertson of Ware
Shoalo was a visitor in the city last
Misses Celia and Eva Taylor have
gone to visit relatives and friends In
0. D. Simmons, Jr., has been spend
Ing several days with relatives in
Mr. Harvey Johnson, son of Judge
Johnson, spent a short while here last
week with relatives.
Miss Virginia Edwards, of Due
West, is visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. Virginia Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Glenn and son
of Oreenwood, spent the week-end
with Mirs. J. E. Glenn.
Mr. Rice Nickles returned Monday
afternoon after spending a couple of
days in Hendersonville.
llss Sara Decks has returned to
her home in Cross 11111 after a week's
visit. to Alrs. .no. M. Clardy.
Miss Mary Jones and Miss Grace
Thorne are the guests of Misses Mar
guerette and Hattie Simpson.
Mir. D. A. Davis has returned to the
city after splending several weeis re
cuperaing at Flot Springs, N. C.
Miss Margartet Moore of Greenwood
spent several days here last wieek as
the guest of l is's Louise Simmions.
Mr. Jlames M. Sumeral of the lick
ory Ta' vern scet ion was among the
business visitors here yesterday.
rs. .laines W. IHenderson has been
spenl(diing sole lime in Wnre Shoals
ith hewr. sot. Mir. Tom I1endersoni.
Messr. Jolin Clardy*, of Atlanta,
ha 'onlllcod Ile sale of a S.tude
b~aker' 'W' to M\lr. Gibbhon Tirayinhami.
M\essrs .Job aind Wiandolphl Liti le of
Grueem ille spient the Glorious Fourllh
in the city visiting friends and others.
Mrs. Johin IDavis, of Clinton, rcturn
edl homoe Tbhurisday after visitlin-a ber'
son , I\l. Jlames P. I lais, andl M.'i'
A. C. !'rt., (ti., who is now. local
cd in C 'tiville in the otf'ice of 1Ilon.
H. A. .\l>rfian, spenl the week-end~ ini
wod,! ein vi it ina somte of her~
yo1'n.: ' rludi in the city for t he last
Mis ls Sue J rlit ing ton of A\ugu sta, Is
spninig a month wIth ther fiend,
.\is. Mlax ey Mel .ees andl child, of
Green wood, have been visit inig IDri.
and Mr's. Cl iftont Jones foi' severalI
Mi'. C'. F. ihrooks. whlo has been
very sick at lbhe bomne of his imother
ini I'de'n 'oniunllutly, was betterii yes
Mir. I len ry Fr'ianks, whio has been
wvorkiing in Catawhba JTunet ion, is
speiiding sever'al days here ithli
.Jiudge hi. C. Watts and faily arriiv
ed in the city Monday to spend thle
summer at theli' home on North liar
Mr. George M. Naboi's and( son Mi'.
W. It. Nabors of Clinton Rioute Tw'io,
were amlong the visitoi's in the city
Mrs. J. C. Shell undei'went an op
oration at a Spartanburig hospital
Monday. Trho r'eports ar'e that she Is
Miss Ilattlo Sullivan and Master
Robert Sullivan left Tuesday for a
month's stay in the miouintains near'
Hendersonvillo, N. C.
The numerous friends of Dr'. J. S.
Wolff will regret to learn that ho has
been very sick for sevei'al dlays, al
though he is now hotter.
Mr. Milton Sullivan, of Tumbling
Shoals has accepted a p)ositionl with
the American Machine Co., of Green
ville for the summer months.
-r. Herbert Sullivan of the San
ders Bottling Co., spent Sunday and
Monday with- his grandparents. Mr.
and.Mrs. W. D. Sullivan at Tumbling
MiW Sue Brittington of Augusta,
and Miss Catherine Sullivan of r'um
bling Shoals, spent a few days last
-week In the city with ,\Miss Hattie Sul
Aliss Itebecca Dial left last week for
l3irninghan where she will join a
party of friends to take a tour of the
West including the exposition at San
Airs. A. L. Copeland an( daughter,
Ileaufort left londay for Saluda to
spend the summer, other memibers of
tile household having preceded tl them
several weeks ago.
Misses Dorotlhy Alitchell ai( Leize
Frampton of Charleston and MIt. W.
W. Mclee of Greenville will arrive in
the city today to be the guests of Alr.
Al ss Julia Lee, of Green wood, a.nd
little Aiss Alary AcleGhc Townsend, of
Lake Forest, Ill., have beet visiting
at the home of Nir. and Airs. W. HI.1
Gilkerson for several days.
Ar. Roy Ilud.ugens, a lilas "Knot",
Mr. Ldie Te'ague, -Alr. IE.d. Crews,
AIr. Floyd Alartin, alias "Skinny" and
Mir. Frank R(eed, alias "leeder" r' pent
Sunday evening most deligliti'u lly in
Mr. and Mrs. James It. Sullivan.
'hose marriage occurredl at hrunson111011
last W'edinesiday, arrived In the city
fronm their honeymoon Snuday and are
now at. hoto wit.h Air. and Airs. 11.
.%irs. C. W. \artilin and Aliss inepz
D1obbins, of Clinton, laster Aiisel
Aleadows, of Cross Anchor, and little
Aliss Kitty .lcCravy, of Woodruff have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ale
Cravy near the city.
Aliss Nelle B3ishop of Laurens, is
visiting her aunt and cousin, Mrs.
Kate Coats and Mrs. Nellie Davis at
Helena. Her father, Mr. Frank Bishop,
accompanied her and spont the day
there on Friday.-Newber'yf Herald
Mrs. John D. Childress became sud
denly ill while at service in the Aleth
odist church Sunday morning and had
to be removed to her home. Yester
day she had about recovered and was
able to be about her accustomed dit
.Mli. and Alirs. C. P. Vincent, Sr. and
their two daughters, Alisses Clara and
Mamic. of Enoree are spending some
lime hero with Dr. and Ars. C. 1). 'in
cent, Jrd Iftcr their stay here tihey
will go Wo Trevrd, N. C., for the stii
Afessrs. ohn Clardy, of Atlanta,
.lii Clardy, of Jacksonville, leuhen
Clardy of AuIlins, Altrs.. Pinson of
Ware Shoals, and \lrs. Vickes, of
Spartaihurg, speit th week-end it
lie city with their iot lier, Als. .. l.
Air. PEd. Cliry has accepted a posi
lion its Iravelintg salem1anili for the
he'k--Neel ('offee ('ompaiy (if Nish
,ille anid Will eover Nothl mind SouthII!
Carolilt. Alr. '"latly spenti. sever.4i'.l
dlays it Ntshlill jib lst. Week tttinkig
Phin prelutrations foi' tai'tiing oit the
Alt'. '. .\l. Futrinant, who lived here~
as' tinnher of yeart.; ato an ti ph-:
foitw eril5, 5Etopedu m\ r int the
eVi yterday,' ott i waY ftom his
homlie at liektainham N. ('., to ('hatr
lesaion. lie speint last iihght withi one
oh his ti frien'd'. Aih'yo' I'. .\l. illh.
.\lr.it Furin ' nwa ewu ii
.\u's. Sijith .l. Alatin, of' the 8thbn
Crteekc 'otitttni ty, was intht cit ty
brtoughit withI hiet' one of the mst
lbeutiflt!Ily dev'el ope a'I((tOttni blotom
stei'n this ueatsoni. tatkent fromt a twel'cvi
acre'( field whic l ~travel (irs have prto
sla Iks in''imanyi. lhies artie waist biah.
speelal imee'ting~ ini Gre'*tnille, wh-ietr
hie has ' been dingt. v'ery eff'eethie
lpreac'hingu. in his abhsenice, R1ev. W. C'.
Kirtklantd, of Andeisoin, ((dtito of the
SoutI thern Chitst itan Advioent o, ocetu
tiled Ithe putl pit of thle FirI. \lothIodist
'hurtCh att bothi imori'nig and evening
seric'ies $unday, preaching two very
int erestinug sermtoins.
.\liiss Prtien AI('000. of I lorse Cave.
Ky., is visitinug hot' s ister', .\l's. .Joh n
hltl anud .\lt's. Boll.
.\lisses Laillian .\leil and IEva Wafts
of Onue WVest, aire v'iiting M\isses ILucy
and Lola MAlelhail.
Aliss Chiristinio Fraser, of Ninety
Six, Is visiting M\iss .\arjor'ie Gelder'.
Antothier Fine Present.
Mir. Ray Ander'soni sent to the "Gara
deni lditor" another tine pi'esent yes
tei'day. lThe pre'sent wais nearly a
fall (luart of Ithe lat'ge Himalaya ber
ties, foi' which lie is becoming justly
celebriatedl in these parts. Alt'. Ander
ron stated that. they wer'e all tsicd
from one cluster, showing great bearh
ing (itutlities of the berry, lie also
senit several clusters of tunpicked b)er
ries, which were fairly bur'dened with
- PAGE, FIVE
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All Sizes in Stock
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Masons improved and Sure
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Shave the-l in pints, quarts
Aand half-gallon sizes.
Rubber Rin s
Do you know that the rubber ring
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It's poor economy to save the fraction'1 -
ofacent on a jar rubber and have a jar
of delicious fruit ferment and be wasted.
Cheap, ordinary r u b be r a harden.
shrink.crack and let in air. This makes
~ the preserves "work" and spoil.
"Good Luck" Rings are thick.
strong and elastic because there is plenty
of live rubber in them. They Aeep out
the air indefnitely.
Good Luck Rubbers
10 cts. doz.
5 cts. doz.
verY at ead best-A r.YW
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State of South Carolina, County of Laurens4, ss:
ah1 aove statement. Is truec to thle best of' my knowl'edge and helief.
W .G W ilso nCo. . 11 tpr asier of the aove named ank, do solemnly swea r that
Not ary Pubhi c.
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