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lMr. Ilarold C. Smith and little son
Spent the week-end in (reenville.
Mrs. J. dJ. Watt4a has gone to Itll
doiionville, N. C.. to spend some tile.
Mrs., Mattle W. Glenn, of Clinton,
Is Visiting Dr. and Mr.. A. .1. Christo
her Oil West Alain street.
Mr. Shell McDaniel, of Spartanburg,
spent the week-plnd In the city with
MI,. I. 0. Sullivan', of 'Tumbling
Shoals was in the city Mlonday oil bus
Mr. N. 11. Dial left Monday after
noopl for a short, businiess trip to
/ Miss ('orrie lart has retlllld homte
after lin extended visit to her sister
Rev. and Mis. J. P. AlarIon, of Suim
ter. are visiting in the city while Rev.
Aarion Is taking lihi vacation.
Mrs. It .A. Allen, of Charlotte, N. C.,
1.9 visiling hei parents, \ir. and .\Mrs. .1.
.lr. W. G.Wilson Is expected back
this week froimi tle iorthern mii'arkets,
where lie has been buying fall and
MIrs. j. B. itamsaiy, of Spartanlbur,
is vlsiting her brother, Mir. .as. 1".
Ilarney, and Mirs. Ilarey for a ie w
.\Mr. .1. E. Allen, the well known
traveling salesman of Ilonea Path. was
a visitor in tile city 'Monday and Tues
Miss Nettle llnugham, of Baltimore.
arrived in the city several days ago
to take ctarge of the millinery depart
ment ii the Clardy & Wilson store.
Mi1ss Ilarriet 1 Sullivan1 is spenidinig
a few days with her grand-parents,
Mr. anid .\lrs. Wm. ). Sullivan of
Capt. \\. It. i1chey and lieutenant s
T. 1). Lake, .r...1. J. Todl ( sam IL.
11oit who are nlow stationed at Camp
Jackson, spent tile week-end in the
'Mr. ). C. 'aInker arrived in the city
Monda.' afternoon. lie and Mirs.
Pai rker and littl daughter returned
to llarnesville, (Ia., yesterday.
Mr. and Mirs. .1ino. M. Tea gue have
rieturi'ned from a two weeks' visit to
friend:- i No th Carolina alI Virgin
In, making the trip inl their- car.
\lr's. ,. S. .lorgan and little dau gh
ter, l:-ritet Prisella, of l'nion, are
sliendling somel( 1t1im wllh A Ir. amd
Mirs. .1. 1'. S-impsonl.
\Mrs. \t.+3. liarrell anld childrenl, who
have lea'n visiding rClat ives ill the city
and( county, r(-,aurnedt to lheir, homei in,
All's Ileletn Sullivan undertwent a
$iree..ful'il (etration for appendiCiiis
at the .11lia Ir1y sanitarium i sThus
(lay !aIl is now raplily recovering.
.\i rs lalherinev and E-llen Clink.
Seal1c.. of Spar-lanhburg, returnied homel
yesthIilo Imorniing after a visit of
1;cm- day;:1 w it .\"I lIr. an .\l( Mrs. \V. 11
.\V,l-.'E;s:v lFlowers, whto has beenl
wii the Switzer Compaiy for severl
Seasons, letured to11 the city Sunday
to lier e re' o Ihe openinlg of thle lallI
anl 'A:inler seaison.
'i'. .itoi A. Sullivat of the Atlo
,a i cIl \\'oV k (v'Atlata a. . Is ou
0n a tin da~y's visih to is parlents, .\:'.
and .\l. \\'mi. I. Siullivaii at Toiinulinig
.\lry. L-e lovIav ~ids~on andl two sonls,
S. .\1. \Vil 's. .\lr. I a'v idson s a
.\l'. (ir C3 (. B oeherger' i: si 'naii
(ent of a latge d'epar11tmlent stole ini
C'harli tte, N. ('., anid Is mieetinlg wvith
Mir. and .\1r...\l. 1[. I lunter atnd fain
11' ly, acompied111( by .\ila WI\innie
Jean.4 and( .\1 Ias l iaret I'. SImpson,
mnotoredl to lilend(er sonvi lie last 'P11Tur
dlay, hlavinig a very3 enijoyable ti'ip
.\r. J. Mloore Mat's, of Abbevilie,
('a111 over Sun tday' and~ spent1 several
(lays with .\l7rts. Mat's at thn hion nr
Mr. and 'lrs. E. I[. Wilkes, boil of
thon returning to Abbpyllie Mlonday
Milss l1thel Edwards, of Fouintain
InnI1, Is the gilest of the Allsses Chi-I.
dress oil Wct Main street.
Al 18 Eila Sme Alanley is visiting
rlaIt ives and friends near Wa re
Shoals. this wok.
Allss llelen .Ioten; ha s reit riled
Irome. after a dlightfiti stay in the
mnoun ta ins.
ATlIs Gladys Se'egars. of IlIartsville,
*:aa1- the guiest of .\lls Dorothy Ilud
Ren' several days tils week.
Mr. Diek N10011e, or 1101se Cav'e,
Ky.. hrother of Ars. ,1ohn ]olt, has
necepled a position wItV h the 1owe
Lieut. W. F. Vrighil, Jr., wh.Ito Il ; sa -
I!on ed a Cam ) .ackson. visitcd Ills
fatlier. W. P. Wright, Sr., a few mile
from tihe elly, Sinday.
A letter received from ".tudge"
Eli( igheger, frot I I Paso, Texas
brings tile in format Ion that he has
beeni promoted to city salesday of a
largle cracker oIncn1 h1ere1. Ills
many friends will be glad to learit
that lie Is making good in Texas.
Air. and Mrs. W. A. Leister, of Ilal
Iimore, arrived in the city Sunday lo
visit ir. and MIrs. S. R. Dorroh. Mr.
Leister retuirned Alolday, liit ' rs.
Leister will remain for 01110 tile.
Prof. Ii. A. Du1trdette, of Lanford,
was In the city yesterday. Prof.
liurdette will leave in a few days for
Wesley College. Texas, where le will
he at the head of the department of
.\lathematies this year.
Mrs. Dr. Casper Q. West, accoi
panaied by IIIee of Ihelir children , of
('eenville, spent lriday and Satir
day in the city visiting the family of
her brother, Mi. .1. Q. SuIllIvan, oil
South iarper street.
.\Itr. 1). Ilerbiert Sullivani. who iasi
b101 working with the eigineer
corps, of .lCollli(k cu llty for the
past two monllihs Ii'etuiniiled to his home
heire Alonday to speni1d the time lintil
CleiIson open1s tip.
\1i'. and AIrs. W. It. Bowen, of ila1m
10t N. C., have beeni 'visi t heir
mother, Alts. .\Mary C. Howenl, and .lrs.
I". N. )opeland for several days. .\lr.
..1wel has many frienis here who are
al ways glad to .-'0e hii when he I'e
Itiurns to tie0 city.
.r. .James .\i. I ea. of Charleston,
cam:e Iup Io spend a week with his Wife
and little son, who aIe spendling the
Summ111er with irs. L'ea's mliother. From
hle Ithly will no to An..inaa. Beach
LIi Ind a ul other ioil.; before ret nt
ing I.o their home lin (ihail est oi.
See our display of 0Itgs and Art
s. Al. & E. it. WIKIES & CO.
1 nh of aitod .ilan
Mlr. C. ). flioher-I'il, of Ora,.
Mil. Charles 1). Roberl.son died at
Iis 1101110 nlear W'arrior Creek u'le:
<hty night, .\va usi 1hev I lith, 191'7 and
w lu huil W'cdi nesday afterlno 1:
(n'e!)ik at Wario Crlek emti.
The deceased was .50 years, (1,
me)b1s and fourlIeen days old and had
it ill l th fo rw li nearly a yea r.
Ilk. i;, .11.vin(d bY \v-;w i ..'(h-,
V . a Ior a is, betfoo liier imarilage,
- 'a il'hu' :4art Luil e atbr liilax
a ll ater.17 l was o membe of~ti'
Iu Ird'.t work111 anI ws fa ihfu
v a tI ou' act a iif lolt'.i:patr
(lliyable d htis hilome and was'l' a'de
I itn h hiid andml falherstI a"
(110In (10'deatlh x Ehe lmmaity o a ntn
4v hoemalag tor. Oh-'. Wa r (1he1nd
'ta oeiiio 31 l8 ln 2ltIi, I'
l'((ri o Ii1l11 a 1, S p':. oftsne o f e 'ost
0nt ial artes of lie summer.al as v
le lats wat".da af'eroon by ,Aits.
wad :olenize d Auglu lste lth The no'
A*'n amusIng 'ienm WO we Oldimtea h..
Mrv. -H. L. Me-swalp, fore-telling the
future husbands o. tie guests. In the
tinildst of the terry-niaking little Aliss
Annie Denny delivered a tlegrain of
t00l wis'hes3 to tile bide-elect, after
whielt slho was -showered with nany
benuit"ifal towels. .
T irot 'h1) it the I aft erInoon plano se
leclt tols were rendered by Alesdamnes
et-i Vatt s. V. 1). Rtatchford. Aiss
V. Imma liowe, Florlide Iudd and
Louilse' Thoitt sot. All attractive
pooklet was presented to .lMiss llrown
in whih ach ulest registereil. Dc
lighlful refroslmen101ts of ,10e crt'taw
and tttarshi mellow -> woi tere served
by .lis:e- Azile Austiti, Gladys Grif
ln, Floride Itudd and Lto.ise Thomp
Cross H1111, eplt. I.---Ott of the tm-ost
brilliant 'occaslions of tie seasol was
the marriage otn Wedliesday evening,
A.tuIst 29th. of Aliss EIcilse Brown,
daighlter of AI. and Mrs. It. W. Brown
to A.ir. Walter (rtlln, which/was sol
emlized at. Ielhahara Baptist Church
near Cross Hill.
'l'he church was beautifully decor
atled in ferns and golden glow together
Wilti White crepe. carryiig outt the col
or, shletie of yellow, green and white.
Preceding the ceretony a delIght
fill musleal progranmne was renderedl
by .lisses Floride Itudd, Connie Turn
er, AzIle and Etia 1,Owe accompan
led by Mtr. Ilitffis Walker oi tle violin.
A. tie lfirs-t s raitns of the lsthtengt'ini
w(e((itn g march, played by .l iss IHelen
Gti lln, th ishers advanced to the
front, carrying white carpets. Next
cane the six tiny candle bearers, Wil
lie Klugh Iloazian, . aies iluigh Aus
in, lobeit Scolt. Fralteis I lollad.
tlin M tSwaitn and Theodore Tarrant,
wh]o ntitted to the,altair t and .shed a
delicate glow over the wedding scene.
The Lolttr little ilowetr gitls, .lazelle
Campbell, Sara .1ointsotn, .lMary llrown
and Vera ILowW(, Id ressoI inl dint II y
whlite or'aldies, with broad yet low
a he .comle next\ snttier-inllIIowe. vrs
beIvfore thev bridal party. \11Iss E. I vIe
u'ni-er, tile mual ol ImInor, powned inl
yellow saliin, onttred aloine preceded
by the litle rinl hea-rer. Itucy (og
gans-. 'IThe matrons of honor Mesad ms
1. IL. Eplain and\ Will Scott, Lowied
in yellow and g reen tspectively pre
ceded the bride. 'le .roomit and his
best mt1ti \lrI. .1. V. Grin, entered by
the riht aisle aIdvaneot to tle altar
whero they were met by tle bride, w
lentored upon(t1 the atrm1t of her fat'i-r.
The beautiftit and iitprossive ri-11 n
Le. h-2: 1l by Rev \ I'. Ti urne
lincle of lhe .::100.om. The liartv left
tt t by .
d i i y aitIr I hIe -ei In : 1- a
ioar '.":I - : eN at the hi0r. of 1w
brba rvints. The !_uesvA.; w\r, no, lt
:! 3 the Tht hI .it -in l 1i. inon.
.11 lla l hv m I r m. :v
.\!i~~~~m Th r s itu m in ro..
.\lt. .. li. lay::n.-. who ted the wayv
I a I i02. te : :t whot-ti Ill( V Wi-it',
t th ' :i~ia I' A whM : r-i P wlre
ti p titl . .ini tillin. I 'I . ..ana Ia
\lrii. I!. W. I tewn. .Al , anl \! :. Wa!..
I rown. .\1 r. and .\lv-.. I. b. it. .\lr.
Ii l .l't. itt .Gritn. \itr. -td Mrs.'.
\'Iit(atihel la. l.:\.il.eider. .\' ir;.
.i iaIron Mli r \\' gil;n lo'i 1
reti 1d 'y .\hire Agnecs t~etnfm :m
thel .\l-~i met to te initt- :otn.
-Li atdelitious sa l:til i-u.;i e .
1 h'Cssied it dat itl. white en -, a
Thecy thent wen-tt to the h~i-;tkfatst roomt
nail wee ~t s ~ved wih greien and11 ye iIlow
btlockt etentin and datinty s-tinartes
anail 0tlke. A1t the (loot- leadIng into
haant its .gay ot dellelouis tints, whtil
th ItolIower i g iils N pied ott lovel y sut
\en'its of mtinatture brIdes antd Ottphi.:.
'1 he eatie htouse; was love'ly it ita dI'
A~ dellj;htt fi'l musical pr-ogranon wa'
renderi-od duinig I th ventI ng, COtisis
lug~ of lilanot solo, .\liss Ihnuna Iowa
voa1sl,"Quteetn of .\ly Iheat"i,A.lir-t
Flioriile Rutdd; v'ocl soloi: "'(Clihubert'*s
Sno solo, .'-ist ('onnile Tutrncr; vocal
sotlo, .\liss F --Ide l; piano solo,
\Ilis-s Ilelen Gil!Ni: vocal dutet, Al IsA
AttIn and .\i'. Wa!let.
The outt-of-towtn guests weter rs. .T.
M. Shldrer, St. Geotrge; .\!--'. .Jttlla
Brtown, Newvberr'y; Mitts Ethl M'-Dan
let1 Lautrens: Misses Inez tDobbinlts ando
ConnIe Miartin. Clinton: Mir. and Mrs.
Al"MI. II. L,. Parr, Mt'. and Mr's. Rlatnh
Bakcer, and Mtr. Will hirown, No''.
b'-r''y; .\Alr. ani' Alts. alker' 'Tari'anaI.
Aises Loitise. lillliant and .\l ary
IBrownt. Mlt. andh Mrts. Erneat .\lllng,
Mlrs. ,lim MlillInid, M\aster- Wlliamn and
Mr is. Da vidilAlillinig, Mis. Xta" :-ra and(
Mtis-a Iathlleetn Sanle's, Gr'eenwood;
Mrvs. .I. 1.' P~aysinger, Rock 11111; Mr.'
nnd All-s. Tatrrant, Alisses Eva andl
Gladlys and Mr.' Girar'd -Tarrtant and
Mrs. Will Scoft. Mount Cai'mn1l
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NEW STOCK FIELD SEED
We are handling Field Seed for Mr. P. W.
Moore, County Farm Demonstrator. In this
way we' can sell you cheap.
Abruzzi Rye------------- $4. 0 bushel
Carolina T. G. Rye------- 3. 0 bushel
Crimson Clover--------.-.- 1-2c lb.
Hairy Vetch- 2 1-2c
Dwarf Essex Rape-. . - lb.
Don't fail to call at once fo we will not
have this st6ck long.
J.-C. SHELL & CO.
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JUST THE THING R
Two new models in Fall Suits have
arrived, and you'll like'then---the
Military and the Trencher.
New Bath Robes, Sweaters,
Neckwear and Shirts
Come in, we'll be glad to showkyou.
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