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Mr. 11. L. Parkinson spent Friday
and Saturday iII Columbia on business.
Mr. Frank Rogers, of Spartanburg,
was a visitor in the city Monday.
Mr. John Barksdale, of Greenwood
and who is a traveling salesman, spent
Monday Ii (he city with relatives.
Miss Mary DuPre, of Spartanburg,
arrived in the city last Friday and is
the guest of Mrs. Cora C. Lucas.
Miss Pauline Prentiss, of Greenville,
Is in the city visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. Anna Garrett.
Miss Mary Belle Fuller loft Saturday
for McBee, where he will teach dur
ing the approaching school year.
Mlr. M. L. UHayes returned Saturday
from the northern markets, where he
had been buying his fail stock of goods.
Miss Willie Mao Rogers, of Spar
tanburg, Is spending awhile in the city
as the guest of Miss Maudo Mac Jessee.
Messrs Egueno Stokes and 1ugene
Mitchell, of Mountville, were businessl
visitors in the city yesterday.
Mrs. I. 1. Babb and children have
returned to the city after a visit to
relatives in Hampton, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLees and
Miss Wright, of Clinton, were visitors
in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Scaife and
daughters, Misses Mary and Ilazell, of
Clinton, were in the city yesterday.
Miss Shirley flicks, of Wilmington,
N. C., is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. L.
Rev. C. F. Rankin iand datughter
Caroline, are expected to return to the
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dunlap and fai
ily have returned to the city from their
plantation near Mountville.
Mr. Al Montgomery, of Spartanburg,
visited Robert Lucas Monday and
Mr. .1. 1'. Crews, .f Laurcns, spent
the week-end !n 10dgefield with his
brother, Mr. N. It. Crows.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Roberts and clii
dren, of Marion, were week-end vlsi
tors of R1ev. and Mrs. W. A. Clark.
Messrs John Lomax and Joel Smith,
-of Abbeville, spent Sunday in the city
Mr. B. K. IHumphries returned home
Saturday after spending the week at
Ashville, N. C.
Mr. Edwin Lucas, who is now locat
ed at Spartanburg, spent Sunday in
the city with his mother and brother.
. Miss Kate Boyd, of Greenville, is
visiting Miss Sarah Henderson on
South Harper street.
Mr. J. W. Fowler returned to the
city Saturday afternoon after spending
a week at Asheville and other moun
Mrs. M. L. Copeland, her children
and mother, Mrs. Eliza hall, have re
turned home after spending the sum- I
mer at Saluda, N. C.
Mr. W. 0. Ward, one of the members
of the Advertiser's force, has returned
to the city to resume work, after be
lng away on a two-week's vacation.
Miss l iiza Woodside, aftet' spendhing
a 'veek In the city as the guest of her
friend, .\lisas iHattic SulIlivan, has re
ti. rned to hei' home at Gr'eenville.
Mr. 0. [1. Simmons, .iir., while return
ing with tihe boy scouts from Saluda,
stoppedi over' in Spartanburg andl spent
Sundlay with Mr. iiai'vey .lohnson.
Mi's. Ilussel Locke, of Char'leston,
arrived in the city last wveok to spend
a while with her .friends, Misses [Hat
tie Kate and Ruth Easterby.
Miss Cecelia Taylor left the city Sun
day for Columbia to spend a while
visiting relatives before entering col
MIisI lielen Sutllivant left the cIty
last week for' Orangeburg where she
will spn;u a while as the guest of Miss
Mi'. D~ougass Payne came home Sun
day to spiendc par't or his vacntion. Ho
will spend a few (lays in Ashivilie, be
for'e retummrin g to hiIs w~or'k.
Mrs. II. K. Youngblood, after' spend
lng a while in t he city as the guest of
Mr. and1( Mm's. G:eo. It. Grisi , left Sunday
Mr I. Triiiiuant ltoer~'I last Wednewsda y
ac(ompatniedi his sister', MNiss ('latio, to
Spntta htabur. wVherie she is at schlool,
and spnt a while there visit ing friendsq
Mr'. .ieromei Mur llth.i of Sparitanburhm mg,
arrived in the city ycstteday to spendI~
a while withI his friend and r'lass-mt
.\t'. Otis Ilufi'.
Mi ss Anie Mat'te al'iat, ofi Gree~n
vile. ar Iveud ini the city yesterday and
til' \Stil t Mr. a d At.Ir e t.ic
and Mrts. W. .\. ('lark ton East .Main
Miss Car'oi lier'ndon, (of (Greenvill11e,
arz'ived in thte city ycstertday Ito spendl
awhile with herm r'elat iv.e, Dr.i' and Mrts.
('liftotn Jones, on South Iharper sire 't.
Mt's. I). A. Wayme' andh sister', Miss
Waymer, of St. G'eor'ge, ate visiting
relatives at (1riay ('ourt anmd vlsi ted
Messrs Jerry Ilurniett' and (Gordon
I~idsan. tognthe with the latter's
father passed through the city yester
day en route to their home at Spar
Mrs. T. D. Darlington and daughters,
Misses Claudia and Lucia Vance, ie
turined to the city last week after
SlIending the summer at Blowing Rock,
MIr. C. L. Stoney, of Camden, has ar
rived in the city to take charge of the
Watts Mill graded school. lie is now
spending a while with his sister, Mrs.
It. S. Bllackwell.
Prof. John Fewell, who was prinel
pal of Watts Mill graded school last
session, arrived in the city Sunday af
ternoon and spent a few days with
friends before leaving for the north
where he will study medicine.
Mrs. Anna K. Simpson and her
daughters, Alisses Mary, Lucia and An
nie, have returned to the city after
spending the summer in the moun
Mrs. 1-. K. Aiken, her sister Mrs.
Moore, aiid Miss Katherline Wilkes
returned last week to the city after a
vcry pleasant week's visit at liender
Miss Lucile Green, of Chattanooga,
Tenin., after spending two weeks in
I W ('0iy viiting her friend and college
imate, \iss Dot Iiidgens, has returned
M.'. and Mrs. C. E. Parker and lit
tle daighter, Annie, who have been re
cently .oeated at Humboldt, Tenn., are
visiting Mr's. Parker's parents, Mr. and
Mirs. W. It. Richey, Si'.
Mrs. W. W. Dodson returned to her
home in Greenville last week after
visiting Dr. and Mrs. Clifton Jones,
.lr. and Mrs. E,. Sitgreaves, and Mr.
and M\rs. Ilillary Kennedy.
Mr. Doc Arthur and his sister, liss
Elizabeth. of Union, came over to the
city iIn their car Monday afternoon and
speiit the night with friends returning
Mr. Ielton .1. 11. Sullivan, formerly
of Jackson, T'enn., and now of Chicago,
is expected to arrive in the city on his
Way to (.hiarlton Hall where he will
visit Mrs. Mlargaret Sullivan who is
still critic'aily ill. M Sullivan spent
his boy-hood days at Charlton Hall.
Dr. Weston lruner, Chief Evangelst
of tie Home Mission Hoard of the
Southern Baptist convention, and Mr's.
Brunei visited Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Smith while on their way from Rich
mond to Atlanta. Mrs. Bruner is a
sister of Miss Gwathney, who has been
visiting Mr. and MIrs. Smith for some
Miss Bertha Henshaw, who was in
charge of the millinery department at
the Davis Roper Company for several
seasons, arrived in the city last week
to take charge of the same department
on the ladies' side of Clardy & Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lancaster, Mr.
W. H[. Gilkerson, Sr., and W. 11. Gil
kerson, Jr., motored to the old Cokes
bury Sulphur Spring, in Greenwood
county, Sunday and spent the day, re
turning home by way of Ware Shoals.
Mr. Joe Bolt returned to the city,
Monday after a two months absence
and will remain here for a while be
fore leaving for Colleton where Ie
w"iil teac'h this next session.
Miss Gussie WVatts accompanied hot'
sister'. Mr's. Rt. V. Royal to Charleston
last 'Thursdlay upon hearing that Dir.
Itoyal had to undergo an operation
Mr. Otis Huff has just r'eturined1 home
after being away for about two weeks,
spending most of the time at Sulud~a
and( the r'emnainderi at Spartaulbu rg with
Mr. S. H1. Ramsey, who moved from
Sumter County two years ago and be
gan fai'ming in the Trinity-Ridge
section, was a business visitoi' in the
Messi's Bub Langston, of Darlington
and Tom Lake of the city, after spend
ing a while at Hlender'sonville. N. C.,
ieturned to the city Friday in the
former's cam', Mr. Langston stoppled
in the city and spent several days
with friends and relatives before re
turning to Dar'lington.
.Just receivedl a (dandy line of Mantel
S. M. & E. Hi. WiTbKE~S & CO.
Five Wonderful Acts
5 and 10 Cents
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Dr1 '. W. Welborn, of the Hickory
Tavern community, accompanied by
Mr. Fred Wham111, motored to Savannah
last week where the'former was unit
ed in marriage to Miss Isabelle Sulli
van, of that city. The wedding was a
very (ulot affair, being attended by the
Intimate friends and relatives of the
contracting parties. They returned to
the county Monday and are now at
home to their friends in the Hickory
The following announcement and "At
Home" cards were received with a
great deal of interest by the friends of
the bride in this city:
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rliett Reid
announce the marriage
of their daughter
Mr. Andrew Burnette Mathis
on Thursday, the thirty-first of Augsut
nineteen hundred and sixteen
'Lairens, South Carolina
after the tenth of September
Charlotte, North Carolina
A delightful surprise was furnished
by Mrs. Frank H. Caine on Tuesday
afternoon when she entertained - for
Miss Imogene Wilkes. Tables for
forty players were filled and before
serving the delightful salad and mint
fee the hostess distributed minature
cardboard suitcases. When pulled
out, the handles of these carried a
small card on which was printed the
.iss Imogene Wilkes
Mr. Moore Mars
"The man in the case" Is a succes
ful lawyer of Abbeville and the bride
to-be is the eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene ii. Wilkes.
Tlie house decorations were yellow
daisies matching the yellow gown of
the hostess. The honoree wore a pe
culiarly becoming dress of ceru net.
Assisting Mrs. Caine in serving were
Misses Carrie Fleming and Julia chil
(Iress. The pleasure this announce
ment will give the many friends of
Miss Wilkes is limited by one regret
her enforced removal from Laurens.
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The following account of the mar
riage of Mr. John Crews, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Crews, of this city, will
be read with interest by his many
friends here, the account being taken
from a Portland, Oregon, paper:
A group of the younger social con
tingent were happy to be the first to
congratulate Miss Juanita Wilkins on
her approaching wedding to John W.
Crews, of ColumbIa, South Carolina.
At a I o'clock luncheon, Wednesday,
sponsored by Mrs. Amos Wilkins,
mother of the bride-to-be, the newvs
occaslonedi happy comment. Symbol
ical blue birdls wvere in evidence at the
table where they ipoised on unique
lplace cards and on the folders which
bore the likeness of the fiance and
the betrothed. And rendant from the
chandelier these same emblems of hap
piness gase esp~ecial cheer to the affair,
particularly when contrastedl with the
golden marigolds and tulle at the cen
ter of the damask. The wedding will
be soemnized during the month of Oc
tober and it is a matter of regret that
Miss Wilkins wvill he leaving for a
home across the continent. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Amos Wilkins,
482 Lawrence street, andl a junior in
the university here wvhere she is a
popular member of Delta Delta Delta.
ller fiance is a native of South Caro
lina and was graduated in law~ from
the university of huis sta te in 1914. At
present he Is practicing law In Colum
bia, Southb (Carol ina. Those inluded(0(
ini the first news of the enragemuent
were: Miss Mary (Chambers, Miss
M.iss Evelyni lIristow, M1iss El hel Gib,
So. .\urs 1-:ii Brwnuit le
tia a or is liuthtee.Ms
M1rNre willam,.is (;arr in- .
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New and Up-to-Date Goods. Prices Lower Than
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Just a Sample of What We Have to Show You:
$1.25 All Cotton attress $5.90 Dinner Sets from $3 Up.
Genuine Oak Table. Feath r Beds $10 Best Ware;
Well made and fine
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Here is a special value.
Large 2 inch posts, best Other sizes and prices, bought be- $175
fore the rise in price and offered to This rmassive Oak Rocker is
white enamel finish. you at the old prices, than our price.
Come to see us---we appreciate your trade. We
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that can't be duplicated in the state.
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Absoklt ely Cash
On Acc 1 Small Margin
of Profit in this line, we must in
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