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'Mr. James Todd is spending a while Marl
at Montreal with his parents. Mi
Miss Kate Lenoir, of Camden, Is vis- Brae
lting Miss Josie Sullivan on West Main city
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee iaangston spent
Si nday in Lanford with relatives.
Mr. E. 11. Wilkes spent a while last
week at Glenn Springs. I
Mr. J. C. Boyd, after spending sever- Ai
al days in Florence, returned home Va.,
Mr. E. P. Minter and 11. A. Babb will the
leave today for the northern markets Al
to buy fall goods. Win
Rev. J. A. Brock is conducting as I
special meetings in the lower part of Boy
Greenville county this week. M1
Mr. Kirk Donly, of Columbia, spent Mos
Sunday in the city and returned home frie
Monday morning. Che
MIr. Ray Taylor returned home M
Thursday from Anderson where he Frih
spent several days visiting friends. bec
Mr. John Wells Todd returned home two
from Montreat, N. C., Thursday even- M
ing after spending several days there. itin
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fleming return- eral
ed to the city last week after spending out
a while in Greenwood with relatives. M
C. A. Hedgepath, of Columbia, spent reti
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. G. S.. the
Harper on R. F. D. 2, near the city. 'Car
Miss Virginia Edwards, of Due A
West, has been visiting her grand- Vin
mother, Mrs. Virginia Miller. sidi
Mr. Lawrence 'hilpot left the city six
Sunday on his return to Clemson Col- 3
lege. This will be his junior year. riv(
Misses Maudie Mae Jesse and Pau- and
line Clark spent several days last tivc
week at Enoree visiting relatives. I
Mr. Frank Bostick, of Pacolet, is Ias
spending a while in the city visiting wit
his uncle, Mr. J. D. Sullivan. I
Miss Louise Irby, of Laurens, is vis- A
iting friends in Union for a fortnight. fro
-The State. cit;
Mr. Grover Rtichey, of Laurens, C.
spent the week-end in Union with
friends.-The State. Te
Mr. John D. Fuller returned to the SPK
city Saturday afternoon after spending col
several weeks at Hendersonville.
Mrs. Guy L. Watson, of Laurens, is left
visiting her mother, Mrs. Bellotte on an
Buncombe Street.-Piedmont. fte
Miss Eliza Woodside, of Greenville,
is visiting miss Hattie Sullivan on a
South Harper St. wI
Mr. Iloyt Camp, of lartsville, spentl. be
Mlonday and Tuesday in the city visit- ye
'Jr. Julius Sitgreaves' spent several ha
4 days last week in GreenVille, return- ye
ing home on Saturday. Inc
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Sullivan spent N(
the day Sunday at Gray Court with
Mr. W. 0. Ward left the city yester- T
day to be away several days enjoying w
his vacation. Ga
Dr. W. E. Thayer, of Sumter, is ex-i
pected in the city Friday to spend yC
several days with friends. ei
Mr. 2. I .. Kerr returned Saturday (
from his summer101 vacation spenlt at
New Bedford, Mlass.
Rev, and Mrs. .1. 1h. Daniels and si
children, of Abbeville, are visiting M\r.!
and Mrs. J. ii. Ellis3 on IlImtonT
~Miss IElizabethl Young returned
Sunday from Gaffney, where shle has hi
beeni visiting .\r. and Mrs. (I. D~udley
Miss Lisl Nelson left the city last
week for Augusta whlere she will visit
friends and relatives for about two
M~isses Ijuey and Laola Mcihaii re
turned home last 'week after a very 1
pleasant weeks visit to friends in An
Mr. Marvin Franks, of Charleston,
arrived in the city last week and1(
is spending his vacation here with
Mr. Wells 10. Clardy left Sunday for
Penrose, N. C., to spend a week with
Mlrs. (Chardy, who wvent upi some1 timie
Mris. (Cari liIram lettec anad little
dlaulghltr, E~lzabe11)th, have ret urned
from a pl1easant. V isi It to rela t ives at'
Mr. .Jim lhrnett, of Spartaunbulr,
afrter spendling some0 turn' at the home11
of .\r. Tr. P. Poole ne'ar the Eity Ve
turned- to hiis home Hi oday.
htlas tek at .\iheville, N. ('., re itlE
Mtir, ; hiv y I i lhurrt r o. fli I tt
NI'. rrve llIE in I he l iii s. 'enha lI
sp~le sEverail days of I i iala
It li it lar i.b~hni n. ofI I;:.3
r t d cin t he Iit yes D J; ida a
spe d a whle I I 'i her e it I . .' lIk
M i.u' hal lel. ore th umtrned how
11il tI oh' houye falrodty. wiz
Mr. 11. Terry willl leave todaiy for
-lu sno-~h to buyt hIs fall stnnk of
s for his new store in the Sitm
s Nell Brewer, of Gainesville, Ga., da
Miss Shaw, of Fountain Inn, are an
ng .Miss E mma Cooper on South Sr
Ter street. so
sars. hloyt Charles and James q
e, of Union, motored over to the 1)1
last Thursday to mike a call upon dl
ss Mary Sullivan hias returned i
fro.t MeColl where she spent
week as the guest of Miss Sarah
. Gary Thompson, of Richmotid,
arrived in the city Monday to
d several days of his vacation ing
city with his relatives.
r. and Mrs. F. M. Sistrunk, of fr
nsboro, spent last week in the city G
he guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. C. N
isses Hattie Gray and Elizabeth 1
cloy have been visiting their
ad, Miss Mary McCullough, at
iss Vivian liMtff returned homeli
lay from Greenville, where she has a
i visiting relatives for the past
r. and Mrs. E. Ii. Machen are vis
\Washington, Baltimore and sev
other cities, enjoying a summer, b
rs. I. E. Cartledge and ,little son c
trned home Monday after spending I
past week in Augusta where lr. d
tiedge is now located. I '
[iss Hannah Royal has gone to t
eland, N. J., where her parents re
and will remain there for live or r"
weeks visiting them.
[r. John Wright, of Spartanburg, ar
d in the city Thursday morning
spent a short while with his rela
irs. Joe Phinney, of Clinton, spent
t Thursday and Friday in the city
h her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I).
Ir. Ed. Hart, of Oklahoma, spent
ti Thursday until Sunday in the
r with his sisters and mother, Mrs.
liss Lucile Green, of Clatanooga,
in., arrived in the city Sunday to
nd a while visiting her friend and
lege-mlate, Miss Dot IHudgens.
Ir. and Mrs. Robert Elchelberger
I the city Friday for Spartanburg
I Glenn Springs where they spent a
Cie many friends of Mr. L. G. Roff,
imember of The Advertiser force,
Li be sorry to learn that lie has
In sick for several days and is not
twell enough to be at work.
lr. L. F. Nabors and family, who
ve been living in Ora for several
ars, have returned to thie city to
Ike their home and are now living on
Irth Ilarper street.
Mrs. W. H. Garrett and her grand
ttghter, Anna Prentiss, left the city
ursday for Greenville, where they
11 he at the homte of Mr. and Mt's.
Mrs. James Sullivan returned home
sterday after being away from the
ty several weeks visitinng her pa
nts, Mr. and irs. 'oumnts, of
Alessrs. C. lI, Itoer' and( Miss Bes-.
e Cr'ews at'e In thle Noth butyitng fall
>0ds fotr D~avis-Roiper Comlpany. Mtr.
J1. AleAlister, who is now located at
incaster, will assist them.
AMr. T. .\ac Roper, of thle city, and
as sister, Mt's. Sallie Bradley, of time
ickot'y Tavet'n sectiotn, left the city
at week tot' New Jersey where they
ill sp~etnd a wvhile vIsiting relatives.
Misases Lula D~avis. of Columtbla, and
tmnma Castlebttty, of Ware Shloals, af
ir spendinlg sever'aI days in the city
s the guests of M\rs. Ross iBlakely,
ave returtned to Iteir respective
.it'. Calhount McGowan arr'ivedi in the
113' last Wednesday frotn Char'lotte
.'herte 1he Is located atnd will spetid
evet'al days of his vacation hetre with
Is parents, M t'. atnd .\rs. F. P'. Alc
Milsses Antie Luci1l0 11obo, of Spat'
anburg, lat'y Jnzv'lik, of New Yot'k
tin St. Lawt'etne Glardner, of St
~mls, will artrive iti tihe city todla)
(tnd spend several days visIting .\is:
ItI is reliotrd I that .\tr. Harrytt'3 .ile
\ Ilistert, whto whlile vlsihttng telative;
w~ith Itever, i ge'tting along ntch(1 he(
Ie an tti s 3'xin4(ed Io he' up agin t in
\I Fs. (b-o. 8. .\I'('ravv atnd hr4 Fol
.htd. 4urne Haturda fro bynell8
\Ibrn imhe w th te
.4 .44 thol.o who14 neut4 z b
t . 14r . T o m i . 4 4 w i1 4 1 r . l n d \ l r .
\ le lnd .ront, .It. t Ir. \'intlent we
11r th purpot t o(M( f iarryitng ('a,
II1 ma1 ttttl Ihere for tned ica4l tre
thrent. 'FTh eter were tatk'itng t In
Qlr. and Mrs. J. J. McSwain, oft
enville, arrived in the city Satur- T
y afternoon as the guests of .\lr.
d Mrs. F. P. McGowan. And on
nday morning, Mr. McGowan, his
is, Calhoun and Frank, and .ir. Mc
ain went down to their old home P
ice near Cross 11111 to spend the
Mr. and Mirs. J. T. 'Lanugston and
air daughter, Miss Florrie, of )arl
ton, stopped over in the city last ve
'ek to spend a short while here cap
Ii relatives on (heir way home fromn
cenn Springs. M\iss F'lorrie remain- ~
in the city until Monday as the i
est of alisses Anna Bell and Bessie
Mr. C. I. Moseley returned Sunday et
Dnm a pleasure trip to St. Louis, the
reat Lakes and the cities of the a
)rtheast. Mr. Moseley went as thej h
test of the insurance company which ea
represents and was one of a large n
trty made up of those agents who 1t
td written a certain amount of bus- to
ess during a stated time. Mr. Mose
y states that on the lakes he found 9
1 overcoat rather comfortable. g
There will be a Penticostal meeting b
eginning next fourth Sunday at Long- c
ranch Holiness church, In Laurens e
county, S. C. Brother F. L. Brain
,tt, an old Laurens county boy, will
o the preaching assisted by Rev. 0. E.
aylor, pastor. The public is invited
attend for not less than ten days.
le are looking and praying for a real
M. A. Sumerel.
Rally Day for Old Fields Church.
The Laurens County Missionary In
titute of the Presbyterian church
vill he held at Old Fields church, Ora,
>. C., Friday, August 25th, opening at
0 a. n..
We invite every one interested in
nissions to come and help make the
neeting a success.
A picnic dinner will he served on
he grounds at the noon hour.
The train will stop at crossing In
ront of the church.
Ladies of Old Fields Church.
The election boxes are now in read
iness at the Clerk of Court's office to
he given out to the managers of the
different precincts. The managers are
requested to take due notice and call
for the boxes prepared for their re
C. A. Power.
.James Moore at Hospital.
Mr. .James Moore, who has been with
the A. L. Mahaffey Grocery Company
for some time, is now at the city hos
pital sick with fever. it is hoped that
he will recover soon as possible and he
at himself again.
just issued, tells all about
aif a/ and all
Gr ss nhd Clover
Seed Jr Fall Planting.
Wood's Fail Seed Catalog also
gives full and complete infor
that can be planted to advantage
and profit in the late Summer ar.d
Fali. It is altogether the maost use
ful and valuable Fall Secd Catalog
Mailed free to Gardeners, Market
Growers and Farmers on request.
WrIte for It.
IT.W.WOOD Ci SONS,
SEEDSMEN, - Richmonid, Va. *
VOTES FROM SAM
EVERY DAY NOW
eople Like the Man Who
Stands For Something
and Says it Out
''hiis is purely and simply an ad
rtisemenit for David 13. Tldaxler
ndidate for ('ongress. Every
iteient in it is a matter of news,
id a statement of fact, but if any
V is apet' printed it, as news it
ght be accused of "partizanship."
By the frank and hopeless confes
mn of Sam Nicholl's' own support
s, Traxier will carry Union coun
by at least flive hundred votes,.
reen ille county will go for him
a matter of course, for in his
>le county men know his ability,
iruestness, energy and frank fair
ass. Laurens county will split fair
' even, by all accounts, but Spar
nburg County--Nicholls' home
)unty--which went for Nicholls last
Inc by only 192t6 votes, will this year
lye Traxler a vote for every one it
And why should that not be the
ase? Isn't, it just and clean and
tir and right that Nicholls should
e defeated? Why in the name of
omnmon sense shouldl he be reelect
d? What has lie ever (lone?
Sam promised to come down from
Vashington and face the music be
are election (lay. But lie keeps on
ostlponing his coming. WVhy?
In answer to letters and telegrams
0 says that he is too busy. But
ther congressmen have found time
o cone home. is Sam the only one
f the lot who is busy? lie wired a
'riend in Union that he was "busy,"
Lnd that same day he played third
ase for the Democrates in a game of
fil with Republicans. They say lie
Wade a pretty good third baseman,
oo. But congressmen are not ele
sted to play ball. if he had time to
lay third, why can't he find time to
,ome down and tell us where he,
Stands on this matter of Blcaseism?
Illease men write and wire Sam,
Msking him to explain why he will
not come out in the open on this
matter. Sam replies that he is out
of State politics now. Why is he
out? Has his head swelled so badly
that he feels bigger than his State
and his friends? lie found it easy
to say where lie stood when Hlease
was governor and Smnt wanted par
dons for clients. lie found it easy
to say where he stood when lie
wanted the votes of lllease mren Ili
the first primary when lie first ran
for congress. lie found it easy to
promise to desert Blease in exchange
for the support of a daily newspaper
in the second primary. Why can't
he tell where he stands now? Is lie
trying to ride the fence and pull votes
from suckers in both camps?
Who likes a straddler, anyway?
tive of the People o
ture, having voted i
the state andits pec
its alone without c
personal fortune, I
tion for a second te
I take it as an
well as nmyself, fav
cies that contribut<
pie, but I point ~
the line of economi
Means committee <
two sessions, I acc4
state govr nment33~
MSLEEP IN SAFETY
This is just what you can do +
if you use one of our
"Mosquito Canopies "
" $1.75 $2.90
Suspends from ceiling; For either wood
f complete with bars, or iron bed; a
cords and pulleys child can attach it
The acme of quality and
? simplicity. Priced so
LOW that every
one can afford
subject your family to the discom
+ forts and dangers of mosquitoes *
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
n W. Harris
5 FOR RE-ELECTION TO
of Representatives on His
ord and His Merits.
ntiously perfomed my duties as a representa
f Laurens County for one term in the legisla
Lt all times with a single eye to the welfare of
ple, considering every bill before me on its mer
onsidering its bear ing on factional politics or
ask the endorsement of my record by re-elec
atter of course that the other candidates, as
or good roads, good schools and similar agen
a to the advancement of the masses of the peo
vith pride to my record of achievement in
c legislation. As a member of the Ways and
>f the house of representatives during the past
apted it as a dut'y to assist in "scaing down"
asked for by the various departments in the
to such ani extent thZat the~ difrec be(
t ane fr'n h ari * ra e
tremedou a'..kof 06,0 . Tesoc