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Miss Dorothy Hudgens is visitipg
relatives in Pendleton, S. C.
Mrs. Mark Hollamnh 'is spending
some time in i-endersonville. -
Mr. M. P. Vaughn, of 'Dials town
ship; was in the city Friday.
Miss Annie Gambrell, of Belton, is
the guest of Miss Belle Martin.
Miss Fannie Poole, of Tylorsville,
Was shopping in the city Monday.
Mrs. Mary Workman, of Camden, is
visiting Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Clarke.
Mis Vivian Huff has returned home
after visiting relatives in Greenville.
Misses Lucy Vance and Claudia
Darlington were in Columbia Monday.
Mr. Frank 'Crawford was among
those present in the city last Thurs
Master Robert Carlisle has returned
to Spartanburg after visiting friends
Mrs. J. W. Ferguson and children of
Hartsville are the guests of relatives
Mr. 'L. M. Lanford and family, of
,Pauline, have been visiting in the
Mr. Ralph Owings of Owings Sta
tion, was a visitor in the city Sat
Miss Pauline McClesky has been
spending a few days at her home in
Miss Harriett Simpson has returned
from Georgia wlhere she has been vis
Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Young and
family visited friends in Jacks town
Mlr. Grover C. Riehey has returned
after spending a few weeks in Wash
Ington, ). C.
Mr. Jack McCrav'y has returned
home after spending several days in
Mrs. R. F. Fleming and little child
nre spending some time with relatives
Mr. and Mirs. C. L. Gossett, of Paul
ine, have been visiting Mir. W. L. Reid
near the city.
Mrs. S. M. Wright of Woo'druff,
spent a few days last week in the
city visiting relatives.
Mr. Yohert Aiken returned home
yesterday after spending some weeks
in North Carolina.
Miss M.ary Jones of Union, spent a
short while here last week with Miss
Mrs. W. D. Fergason has returned
after spending a short while with ria
tives In Sumter.
Miss helle Martin has returned
home from Greenville, accompanied
by Miss Litllie Hughes.
Mirs. Annie Jamieson Witt, of
Greenvile. is visi ing liss Imnogene
Wilkes tor several days.
Mr. n ( .\lrs. .1. A. Arnold of Wil
liamston have been v\isiing their sis
ter \I's. N'. L'. Siipson.
Miss Elizabeth Lindsay, of Darling
ton, has been visiting Miss Elizabeth
Moseley for several dlays.
Mr's. Ear'l Mar'tin, wh'lo has been
quite sick at hier home on East Main
street, is saidl to be better.
Mr. E. L. Terry, rep~resenting Lig
gett & Myers Tlob~acco Co., was a bus
iness visitor here FrIday.
Mi's. C. A. Foster' and children rec
turined to T1immonsv'ille Satur iday af
ter a visit to relatives here.
Messrs Leon Dodson andl Wallace
Kilgo of Gr'eenv'ille, spent Sunday
bere with Mr. Ernest Maclhen.
Mrs. A'. L~. A.dams, of' Altivista, Va.
andi Mrs. P. RI. 1Held of Canada, ar the
guests -of Mr's. (1. S. McCravy.
Mi's. E. IH. Wilkes and dlaughter),
Tr'ene, have m' ireued from a pleasaitt
the first slaowing
of Men's New Fall
Hats. Your in
Clardy & Wilson
visit to relatives in Dalgnore '
Prof. D. A. DuPre. and dattlhters,
Misses Mamie and Grace, are visiting
Mr. .and Mrs. Carlos It. Moseley.
Afr. and Mrs. W. C. Dendy of Green
ille have boon spending awhile here
visiting friends' and relatives.
The many friends of Mr. 'Steve
raylor will learn with regret that lie
Is 'critically iII at his home herd.
Misses Julia and Mlary Pwens 6f
Clinton are guests at the home of
Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Gilkerson.
Mrs. J. 0. C. Flewing, Mrs. Frank
Caine and Miss Carrie Fleming have
returned from the Panama Exposition.
Mrs. Foster Slimpson, Misses Eliza
reth 'and Virginia Simpson and Mr.
Richard Simpson have returnf to the
Mrs. Sallie Nickles has returned
home after spcnding-part of t'hesum
mier in the mountains of North Caro
Messrs Phil and Otis Huff have re
turned home after spending a couple
of weeks in Montreat with , the I3oy
Mr'. Shell McDaniel spent a few days
here last week enroute from Savannah
to Greenville where he has accepted a
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gage and Misses
Polly and Anna Prentiss, of Greenville
were in the city for a short while
"Dunk" Sullivan, who is running
between Augusta and Florence as mail
clerk, visited his parents in the city
Mrs. Anna Garrett and daughter,
MIss Edmonia, have returned to the
city after spending sone time in
Messrs Thomas Jacobs. John Hol
land Hunter, and John Townsand of
Clinton were among the visitors in the
city last Thursday.
Mr. E. P. Minter left yesterday for
New York and other northern markets
to purchase fall and winter goods for
Misses Gene and Helen Dodson. of
Greenville, are visiting Mr. and MIrs.
10. Sitgreaves, Miss Frances Kennedy
and others in the city.
Mrs. MN. E. Roland and Misses Ella,
Bessie and Dollie Roland, have re
turned to the city after sliending some
time at Waynesville, N. C.
Misses Olynthia and Willie Jones re
turned Tuesday from the west after
spending a few weeks attending the
Miss Florrie Langston has returned
to her home in Darlington after
spending several weeks here as the
guest of the Misses Childress.
Misses Willihelmina and Margaret
WVebb, of Nashville, Tenn., and Miss
Kathari'ine Ball of Columbia, S;. C., are
visiting Mr', and Mrs. J. ). Watts.
Mrs. J. S. Maclien and little Miss
Eliza6eth Cooper joined Mr. J. S.
fachen in Asheville Saturday to
spend a few days In the mountains.
Miss Bessie Cr'ws has returned to
the city after a pleasant visit to
Greenville. She w~as accompanied
home by hex' siatci', Mrs. JT. Y. Wal
Mr'. J. L. Mahlaffey of the Eden comn
munity, was a visitor in tihe city Sat
urday. Mr'. Mahmaffey repxorts crop con
ditlons as being very good in his sec
Prof. HT. S. Ilurdette spent a short
whlile her'e Monday nmakinig prepar'a
tions to leave for Pelhamn, Ga., where
he will teach during the coming school
Miss. Dor'eas Rlay C'almes left yes
ter'da-y fox' Gr'eenwoodl whxere she will
visit relatives for' several darys be
fore r'etuxrninmg to C'oluxmbia fox' the
Dr. and Mr's. WV. Y. McDaxilel and
Iwo chlildrecn anxd Miss Adliiene Raixnes,
of Tayloxrs, hav"e been v'isiting Mr x. and
Mx's. J. R. Mcaniiel, a few~ miles fr'oxm
Mrx. JIohn Wr'ight, of Sxar'tanbuxrg,
Mrx. WIll Wr'ighxt, of Savannah, andh
Mrxs. Belie JTones, of Crxoss Hill, have
becen visiting their fathex', Mi'. J. N.
NIrx. and Mrxs. TI. L,. Jones hxave rec
xxu'ned to thme city axxd ax'e staying
with Mrxs. Mleng. Nix. Jonies wvill make
Laurxenxs his hecadquax'ter's for time coin
Nixs. Cor'a Cox Lucas and NMessr's
Edwlin axnd Rlober't Lucas returnexxd
yesterdlay aftex' axi extended westei'n
tr1ip whliech included a visIt to the
Nix' and NMrs. Toni Divver' spent Sat
uirday niight hxer'e with relatives. They
aame over' ini their cai' axid on Suxnday
Mx's. W. T. Dor'roh r'etux'iedl to An
der'son w'ithi them.
Nix. anxd Nixs. Lawr'exnce White of
Grxeenwood spexnt sever'al hourxs in
Laur'ens last Thux'sday enrxoute to
(lieu' home aftexr several weeks spenit
In Noxrth Car'olina.
Mx's. W,. P. Thomason has rctuxxrxed
home after spen nxg. sover'al months
at Edxnbyville, N. Her' niany fx'lends
will be glad to knowv that she Is xmuxch
ixmpxroved in health.
Mr'. and Mxrs. Tom Rwitzex' have re
lur nedl fr'omx thle nor'th. Nirs, Sw it zer
spient several 'days visitinig relativ'es
in Baltixnoro while Mr'. Switzer' was
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A "Tacky Party." N
On next Friday evening, Sept. 3rd,
tIo ladies of the Eden School Im
provement association will give I a
"tacky party" on 4the lawn of the
school building to which the young
)peoplc are most cordially invited.
There will be prizes given, one to the
"tacklest couple," and other prizes of
interest. Ice cream, cake and other
refreshnents will be served for the
benefit of the school. Those who come
muist be adorned in "tacky attire",
else they canout be permitted to par
ticipate in this big evening of fun
In Honor of Mus. It. L. Jones.
A charming social affair of the week
was the afternoon 1 party. given on
Tuesday by Mrs. R. Herman Wright.
Ceiplimentary to Mrs. B. L. Jones of
Laurens, an attractive bride of a few
Some time was delightfully spent in
playing bridge. 'At the close of the
afternoon the hostess, assisted by
liss Juanita Langford, served an
elegant salad and ice course.
Those enjoying this occasion were
Mesdames B. L. Jones, Lambert Jones,
I. H. Hunt, Jas. N. MoCaughrin, Alan
,Johnstone, Jr., Jack Crosland, Jas. L.
Aull, Misses Pauline Gilder, Ruby
Poggans and Fannie Mac Carwile.
Newberry Herald and News.
Enga iueilnf-iit Announced.
Wide interest was' attached to the
announcement of the engagement of
Miss Wessle Lee Dial and Mi. Marcus
Grover Williams, of Birmingham, Ala.,
which was made at a very pretty par
ty Friday afternoon given by Mliss
Sadie Sullivan. Miss Dial is the at
tractive and accomplished daughter
of Col. and Mrs. N. B. Dial, of this
city, and a graduate of 'Converse Col
lege. Mr. Williams is well known in
business and social circles of lir
mingham. The wedding is to take
place in October.
The party was given a Japanese ef
feet by the use of numerous articles
from the east. The guests were met
at the entrance by Misses Josic Sulli
van and Marjorie Gelder and ushered
to the punch howl which was presid
ed over by Misses Rebecca Dial and
lelen Sullivan and little Miss Maint
zie Rtichardson, all costumed as
.Japanese. Leaving the punch howl
(he guests were received in the par
lor by Misses Sadle Sullivan and Flor
ide Langston, of Darlington. After
thei guests had asembled and the ian
nounceiment of the engagement made
in a very originalI manni'. the gaies
of Bridge and Forty Two were played.
A delight ful ice course was served af
teir the games were fliished. The
guest of honor was the recipient of
a beautifu hii oudoir cap antd a palir
of .lapanese slippers.
$100 Reward, $100
The' reader's of this pape~r will ho
pleased to Iearn that there is at least one
direaded disease that science has been
able to cure in nil its stages, and that is
Catarrh. IHall's Catarr'h Cure is the only
p ositive cure now known to the medical
frate rntty. Catiarrzh being a constitutional
diease, req uire's a constItuational treat -
nient. Hall's (Catarrh Cutre is taken in
ternally, neting dir-cily3 upon the blood
an'l mucous surface~s of the systenm, there
br destroying the ioultuilion of~ the (dht
ease, and giving t he patlent strength by
hlblling uip t he co nstitution andi assist ingu
naturei!ii it din g its worlk. 'Te propirieto st '
hav'e so nutch fa ith in its curatiyve r'ow.
ers that. they~ oft''r One 1Itaundrted Dollars
for niny cas, tihat It fails to cure. Send
for lis t to ittn nlais.
Aaaire en: li. .1. t1Nt a &co., 'roedo. 0.
iotld b'y 14n irurgit. ..
TCake it' Isr'sami li Ph for cona::1ipatlon.
Not lee to School ('ild reln.
The city schools will openi next
Aloniday morning at nine o'clock.
Classltfiantion wililihe made in the
spin P i' ndent('i 's oflilee on Wednesdal :y,
Thur in:y and Friday of this week.
School lhooks and su ppliles are on s:le
at Powe's iDrutg Stor'e. Book Ilists may
lbe seen red at Powe's Driug st ore.
"S8hop ealy and av'oid the rush''. It is
very import iiant that all pup;ils enteri
on the first day of school.
B. L~. Parkinson.
You should see the beaut iful line
of Center Tlables we ar'e now showing.
S. M. & E. H., Wilkee & Co.
buying ,goods in New York and othei'
Jutdge and Mr's. J. T. Johnson and
familly have returned to Spartanhurg
after spending most of the summer in
Laur'ens. Miss Mary Pickford .John
soni exp0cts to spend some weeks
wIth Miss Lilla Todd1(.
Mir. and Mi's. J. iD. N~chols andl Mr.
Ifob Stevenson, of Abbeville, with
lirs. E. HI. Nichols and Miss Lila
Nichols, who joined them in Hodges,
motored to Laurens Friday an~d were
visitors of Mi'. and Mi's. HI. Nichols.
Mr's. E. E. Glenn and MIss i'mma
Glenn, of Spartanburg, are visiting
Mr. andh Mi's. lioss D). Young. Monday,
Mr's. Emma Little, Mirs. Tom Copeland,
Mi's, Nannflo Finney and Mirs. D. W.
M\ason, all of Clinton, epime up and
jinnnd them for the ay.
Here is a sani
And see our entire li
is complete, as a gre
Here i a s
The W. .11. IT., of the Laurens asso
I'wing prora has11 ben nnounced:
SuerAtndentseew or ete ei'
iepo t ig of so P idents:1'
;id Diii.lr. o, ltobauertson,
eatof whirma once wiss iI on uy
dlont ofl St.at aW. .\l . T he'.
10vsio 3lluisiute, it's prpose slan
anWelce aris. \s.Ce 1 . tson
spnd ~'il re porlndtis.
1;U.elindoeiailreiew comf the .
Reofllec sion r e ~en.
tIt is iMs RbcaHagtt
ug Values E-v
iple of wvhat we are 4
:6 54 inch Axminister Rugs $1
:. 63 inch Axminister Rugs $2
12 feet Axminister Rugs $1E
r x 54 inch Velvet Rugs $1.01
3 x 72 inch Velvet Rugs $2.7
x 12 feet Velvet Rugs $12.7
Come at Once
ne and make your selecti,
A many of these values c
Processional of Children, consisting
of delegates fromn the Sunbeanu
Hads 11 .Catr n is
"Upla fwtae Sunehm are
54ciainh andeainste byg $1n
63ms inch A'nns.,en RugAs.$
12 et fxumeinsten Rug Y. . S
Ou .\l7uninSchooels-ete Rug $2.7
WeCome .\ts FOnceny
ne apnde-.s m -akle yor.let
11t1 many of thWA eegvales re
Prson l g . it l ret. sstlu
ou ee te ns frewon the yunear'
"O Zinllast." ym byY W.A .
.\lie a-1on std-ic s1te Sba i m-h m n s.b
Ser ona isri. \is bec Wof
lentlof4Y.I. A.is. o(. Ev.Dai.
I..I You-Th in' Ar iesCo
Ito! (al &il( t'ltt' f o cal a.S.
Chain o prhyer
Ott MottianS hol-e. make 1)
ldl)nCoaMts, ese and
watlnt th em. fte ui'
werY o ats ur , Co:
coat, M stylesn
Cotin, adse youwil be
ilOkin oerice in
buy or not.
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)ur Fall stock of
'hese goods were
)icked up by our
>uyers from the
)est Rug factor
es in the country
mnd they are the
Dns while our stock
an not be duplicated
Address-1 rs. C. 1. Watson.
Pie~sentation of recoinmendations for
eport of nominating committe.
I:Iection of offlies.
I teport of cominot Itee on time and
Thew Case of L. L. (Cantelou.
Tecase of L. L. Cantelou, Claren
ion, Texas, is similar to that of many
>i!hers whol have used Chamberlain's
ollte, Cholera and I )larrhoea Remiedy.
lie says. "After trying a d1octor' for
s eeralI moothIis, and sig diffre 'nt
kinds of medicine for mcy wife~ wl:o had
becinI trouibled with se.vere bowe! (0om
i'laint for seve'ral months. I boug.ht a
2.50 bot tle of Chamb~ erla in ' i Ici,
Fall and Winter0
go, Ill. I
speC ialty' ofN
skirts made as you
e line of Ready-to- 1
resses, Waists, Petti- I
Lssistance will cost you f
delightfully interested I
, whether you wish to