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W . W'. lIarris, of Clinton, was a visi- -
ton in lihe city yesterday.
-%fr. .. 'Snlihl of WVaterloo spenit'
the day in town yesterday.
Mr. '. .I. Nelson of Chaileston
spent F.-undty here with relati:i -
Mr. W. 11. .Mci'hail sent last Weil
mesday with relaives in Anters on.
Mrs. C. 11. 'Clark and .\Irs .\lbert
rTodd spent Saturday in (rcnivool.
Mr. Carlos Alosley spent several
(lays last .week in a;illney on business
'Mrs. .1. 11. Sinith has ;one to Colniti
lia to visit. her on, .\r. Carlisle Smi11 h.
Messrs I''. P. .\(!(vv an a nd \\. It.
Itic ho pieniit WVdne.(day in Colin IIa
Mr. W. 14. Adair, who lives on Lau
rens Rtt. i, spcient yest e rday in tiel city
Mrs. Truman .\liles and Hliss 10l,1a
Bearden, of l~noree, were shopping In
the5 city Saturday.
Mrs. .J. Moore Mars, of Abbeville,
will arrive in the city today to spend
the holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. IT. Wilkes. Mr. Mars will come
also the latter part of the week.
Miss Pricle Mcihee, of Ilorse Cave,
Cy., is visiting her sister, Mrs. John a
olt, and Mr. Bolt. a
Messrs .1. 1.. .Jenkins and' Charles
:arntt froin near Fountain il spent
'esterday in L2aurens. c
liss Lueile IHarris of Clinton l:as
)evin sp)endinlrg several days lere tas the
aiest of l 's. J. It. Iittie.
.\l '. and .irs. F. II. Drumii mon 1i and
hiild., of L~anford wer1e . !hopping inc
he ctity las. Wednesday.
.Mrs. It. L. Gray of Gray Conri is
;pend Iing several wceks ill lIostonl vis
ling her spln, .\it. I: II. tGray.
Mrs. \Valter Powell, of \\'hiteville,
'a.., is visit ing her moot her, Mr;. Itosa
l. Cainec and other relativvs.
Capt. F. W."'arlisle has been slwni
ig sevteral days In .1aeksoiville. Fla.,
Valdosta. Ih., and otie cities.
.\agistate ?. l'. Tr :.nhamls ,fill
letaImed at home on account of sick
ut, but is improvinlg somewhal.t
.1r. and \lirs. Irvine Colemlan of
E reenwood spent Sumnil.y near Lanl
rens as the geust of .\ir. and rls. 'ToimL
.\Much interest Is being nanifeted
here in the marriage at. Clinton this
evening of .\iiss Virginia Owens,
daughter of .ilr. and Mrs. W. Edgar
Owens. to Dr. St. Clair Ilays.
Mr. Edgar Owens, who is attending
chool in Rutherfordton, N. C., "pent
few hours here Sunday enroute to
is hone in Clinton.
.\Mr. Albert Teague, who is now lo
Ated in Atlanta, arrived in the city
everal dlayn ago to :.pend t he holidays
eith hiIs 1iothe.
.\lrs. Thos. N. Holnes, of j.jine View,
'. C.. is spending the holidays in thei
it, with her father, .\lr. .1. N. Wright,
nd l)tler relatives.
.lMisses lRebecca Lake and Virginia
in psotn, who are attending Conlvers.e
ollege, arrived In the city Saturday to
pend the holiday:.
.\r. I(ohert S'tontey, of the 1'ntiversity
>f South Carolina. spent several days
iere this week as the guest of his sis
er, Mrs. Ii. S. Btlackwell.
.\lisses \'rgih ia lharksdale and .\a
ile lit rns.-, of (irCenvi\'le lfemale col
(ne. air spending the holidays in the
'ity with their parents.
.\liss L-ouise leoning, of ( reenwood,
rrived inl the city last week to spend
Olie tilne with her brothers, Messrs
it. F. and h. C. hilening.
Itising Sun 'Chapter No. 6, I. A. M.
will have its regular meeting Friday
night at 7:30 o'clock. 'Tis is an im
portant mleeting as otileers for file en
suing vear are to be elected.
Mr. Frank Reid, ,who is traveling
for the Liggett & Myers Tobacco Comn
pany with headquarters at Sumnter, is
in the city for the holidays.
.\liss Carol Roper spent Sunday here
with home folks. She left Monday for
ilorida where she V.iII visit friends
d-ring tie Christinas holidays.
Mr. Mac; Campbell, of Greenville, h;u
accepted the management of thle I,
erclilc V''irniture Conpany to succeed
Mr. S. II. Knox, who recently resignefl.
.lisses Lola McPhall, Martha a nd
tIrutee Owings, who are attending .\n
derSon college, arrived yesterday to
shlpend the holidays with thcir parents.
Miss HIelen .Jones ai'rived in town
Monday to spend the Christmas holi
days with her molter. She stopped
over iin Spartanhurg on her way home
to visit friends.
Miss Lila iarl leaves for 'tlorida
next week to visit friends and rela
lives. She will visit in .iami,
lrooksville, .Iacksonville and other
places of interest.
Mrs. Cora C. Lucas spent last week
in Norfolk as the guest of M\iss Louise
Iindsley, president of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Southern Commercial
Congress. Mrs. Lucas was on the pro
gram to bring greetings from Sonuth
Messrs TomnOwings, Herman Boyd,
James Fleming, Janies McCravy, 1:1
enie Power, .\arens and 'Salh Drum
mond, all of the urlan U'niversity,
.re Spending tw holidays With Iheir
.\r. .loh n Wright or Spa ataniurg
>:pernt the wek-end here with lole
c'k:;. .\r. Wright talked interesting
ly of his experjience in Anderson as ani
rlli:er ill the S iaitanbilitlrg coas;t artil
.\r. Acy Todd, n-ho w:s evchtentally.
.;hot TIiuhnkgiving Day and who h1a:
ee~n c ontined to the hospital a lar.
hart of the; tiier tindergoing treatnint
Ias re(co erPed sn1licint11y Io retrurn to:
his holme at. arksdale Station. I1:! wa
o' 'the st eetsh he llast week being
c(owrainiaIed onl his recvery afrter ihis
vcry close call.
Christimas fruits and other in.
dlients esplecially for Christmas enko.:
in wide variety and at attractive rie
cs. Keninedy IlBros.
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Wa'1tts 31111s Have llegun the( Construe
tion of Twe nty-lve Mi1t1Ises.
Coitract ias heen I(1 to the F iske
Cur ler, Con ttr&Iktioni (cornpanly of
(;reenvill1e lorthe h~1uiling1 of twent~y
live hiefu lwws for o ertil ve o' the \Vatts
.\ill.. .\I-s:rs \\. T. .\dainsl aind M\el
vinA~ .\l into h, rew sna i<aofi' iske
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11n-"! proprraticns for t1('heteginming
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lo:h will renlmini in1 Isa14r' ien; to aluper
h.- : . 1 a o ly, recently
co1p11 t() t!"( !: <, n:i !nc t ion of thirty
on( howlie. n 1: but. the
nc~-rese business' . of 1he n11ill has nle
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Duos :::ip.!e :iurho were
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