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, Ir. R. J. Taylor, of Princeton, was
a visitor in the city Wvdnesday.
Mliss lMuth McGee, of Horse Cave,
Ky., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John
1olt on Silareaves street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Knight will mo
tor to Georgetown next week to visit
friends for several days.
Miss Lucia Simpsoni has accepted a
position as clerk in the post ollice and
entered upon her duties last week.
AMiss Sadie Sullivan has returned
home after visiting her sisters at Al
bermarle, N. C., and at Pineville.
Mrs. Jas. [1. Sullivan has returned
ikome after visiting relatives at Brun
8on for several weeks.
Mrs. J. D. Jeans, of Greenwood, has
been spending seiceral days in the city
with Mr. and Mrs. M. H1. Hunter.
'Mr. C. 11. Roper spent Monday night
In Greenville attending the meeting of
the Board of Trustees of Greenville
Miss Rebecca Olal, who has been
teaching in Tennessee, has returned
to the city to spend the sumniier with
her parents, Mr. and Mirs. N. 1. 'Dial.
Roscoe Stone left yesterday for Clin
ton, where lie has accepted a posi
tion wih Mr. Waters Ferguson in his
Miss Edmtonia Garrett, who has been
teaching school at Sumter, is expected
home Saturday to spend her summer
ktr. Thos. G. Watts, who is now re
siding in Louisville, Ky., spent sev
eral days in the city last week With his
mother, M's. Joe Watts.
3irs. Emma Roper hlas returned with
her (Iiildren from Texarkana, Tex.,
where she has been teachlug (luring
the past yeai.
Mr. Garegg Jeanis, who is iow located
at I'lnoke italids, Va., is spending a
few days in th( city witl Mr. and Mrs.
M. if. liunter.
i'rof. -C. F. lilrooks 1 returned last
week froim Ramberg, where lie has
been teaching for the past year in tile
CalsP itkinig S?1hool.
\ . ialk TrrIy, Of ljo(kin igliaIII, N.
C. sient several days in the city last
week with his brothers, Messi's. liar
vey and Italph Terry.
Mrs. .1. S. Morgan antd little daugh
ter, JlIrriet, r1ietiirned to the ir' home in
Union Fihiday after visiting .\r. anld
Mis. P1. A. Simpwon foi' sevral weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. W\. if. Dial and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Dial i'cturn-1(d .\onday from
Asheville, N. C., where they had been
spending seveial days.
Private Fred 1"fuller, who is in' the
(qIaitermaster's corps at Camp Sevier,
sieitl, the wletl-eld inl tle city with
Mrs, Fuller at the home of Sheriff
*,i's. T. T. Irvin went 10 Rock lill
Sunday to )e presen at the gradua
tion of he' dauglihtel, Miss Minnie Ir
vin, who takes her d(Igie at W\'inth
rop College this year.
Mrs. T. I. llriton has )een spending
the past wek in Rock [fill witnessing
the graduation)1 exercises of hei' dauigh
ter', .\liss .\tiry Burton. at Winthrop
Mr. .\ liler Cui'ry, of Gray Court,
as a vlsitoi' at the home11 of Mi'. and
Wes. ilirs the early pait of the w~eek.
Frank Reid, of Columbia, ' spenlt
Suinday in the city.
Miss Mary Wilkes, who now holds
a r'esponsle posit ion wiithi the W\ar'e
Shoals Manufacturing Co., spent the
week-end in the city withI her parents,
Mir. and Mr's. S. M. Wilkes.
Misses Kittle and~ Mattie Kate Ow
. ngs, who are doiing hiosa' ail , oi'k in
Cdlumbila, have been visit'ng t heir
aunt, Mirs. C. II. Bobo, ior' the past
MIr. II. Tei'ry is spenin~iig several
days in No'th Cai'oliia w1l i r'elatives.
This is an expressior
ing voice, To fret an~
to your discomfort. It'
We suggest to appl'
on some of these nice sh(
ed or white: Linen, B
other light weight textuo
same will relieve the situ
White,, black, grey a
A new line of ladies'
W. U. WIL
Ills principal "objective" on the trip
is to witness the graduation of a no
phevw at the University of North Caro
lina, which takes place this week.
-AMr. land Mrs. dilly NWilliams, of
Montgomery, Ala., arrived in the city
Alonday afternoon to visit Alrs. Wil
liam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. It.
ial. They came throtugh lie country
Mrs. Y. S. Gilkerson, Mirs. 10. 0. An
derson and Milsses Alllene and Alartha
Franks motoreI to Greenville Wed
iesday and spent the day with Mrs.
Gilkerson's parents, Mr. ald irs. It.
1'. 11. len tz.
Mr. It. W. Willis returned last week
froni Hot. Springs, Ark., considerably
improved in health but not yet, posess
Ing his usual strength. lie was ac
coipanied on the homeward trip by
Air. John Inman and his brother from
llsses Elizabel Earle, of Spiartan
burg, Freida Fritzgerald, of 'Spartan
burg, and Mlessrs. Ilugh Colclough,
of Biennettsville, and Clay Crisp, of
mountville, have been visiting Aliss
Flora Bennett and lI enry Bennett for
Lilent Norman Chandler and Bean
P. Scott, both of 'Caip Sevier, spent
the week-end In the city wii Mr. and
Mrs. Harold C. Smith. Mr. -Scott, who
is a brother of Mrs. Smith, is taking
the oillcer's training couirse at Camp
Dick Fuller is at home from Johns
Hopkins Medleal school, where he re
cently took the degree of Doctor of
Medicine, and later spent several
montits in tLhc hospitals of New York.
lie is now a member of the medical re
serve corps, and is awaiting the gov
ernment's call into service.
.Mr. 1. S. Burdett, of banford Sta,.,
who taught in Wesl('y College, 'Tex.,
th epast year, was in the city Monday
to Confer with the ii exemptioin board.
AMr. Ilurdelt has been [assigneld to the
Coast Artillery and lie leaves today
ror Ft. ('aswell, N. C., to begi in Ita in
Lieut. and is. b. S. 1011, spent Suin
day in he city' witi M's. Holt's pa
rents, Mr. and Mi's. Js. it. Sullivani.
Mis. Bolt and Mirs. Rounds aie making
their home iII Geenville with Mirs.
Richard Sullivan while h'litenaits
Bolt and Rounds are statined at
Mr. hI. C. Cox, of Langloy, who is
known among his old friends here as
"Clayte", was a visit n the ('ity a
day or two this week, having been sum
Ioled to tIhie bC(side of his brot1her,
Mir. [lias Cox, Who is sick iat his holle
in the mill village. \lti. Cox's itriends
er' glad to see hini and to hear that
e iight IossilIly return to Lurens
to make his home.
'. b . Roff, lin otype operator for
Te Advertiser, has been confined to
I his home on acCOut of sickness for
several days. Ills work on the paper
has been done this week by Messrs.
!Iiinson and ilriggs., other members of
the force, who have stuCk ('lose to the
ob aid handled a (oisiderable v'ol
umi' of woik though handicapled by
lic'k of speed.
Mi'. Early Oriesby, whio has been
studying t elegiraphiy here undei' Miss
Sue D~ean,. while acting as messenger'
for the Westerlinton T101 elegriaph 1 o..
hs a('cepted a positlonl as oper'ator' inl
the ohlice alt M('e'oll, andl left for t hat
pac'e last Saturday. Youiiu Ogelsby
madle ver'y ia pid progr'ess ini hiis wvorkl
andl~ his select ion for t his inneC ('omeis
to hiim as ite a 'ompi~llimentl.
IPEinud Evangelist to P'reac(h
Rev. J. TI. Mlann, the blind e'vaiigeli1st,
of Anderson coun ty is to prieach at
Popla r Springs churi ch li x Sun day
moiinig at 11:00) o'clock. At 4:00 o'
cr (.k in tile afternoon01 of thle s'ame day
e will Ipreachl at. Mt. Gal~aghme' and1
at iiight at S i00 p. im. he willI pr'ea'h at
heard without a dissent
worry will only add to
s u a repetijoff of past
thesissors and needle
er fabrics either in color
atiste, Dotted Swiss or
'es The wearing of the
d bronze silk hosiery.
neckwear just received at
SON & CO.
+ SOCIETY. +
Mliss Alaiude Yeargin and Nir. Wright
Willis, both of Owings, were happily
married at the home of Rev. J. 1.
Steadman londay afternoon.
Mrts. John 1lit will entertain on
Thursday afternoon and again on
Thursday night Ili honor of her sister,
Miss Ruth McGee, of lorse Cave, Ky.,
who is spi tding the summer with her
on Sitgreaves Ave.
Mir. Theodore Talmage Crews, son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crews of this
city, and 'Miss -Hazel Folk, of Atlanta,
were married last Thuirsday evening,
Mlay 30th, at the residence of the
bride's mother. Mr. Crews has been
in the drug bisiness in Atlanta for the
ist four or five years, but recently he
has been in military service at Camp
Gordon. At last accounts from him
he was expected to leave for France
o 0 o
Miss Flora Dennett and Mir. Henry
ilennett entertained at a week-end
house party this past week. Their
guests were lisses Freda lritzgerald
and Elizabeth ,-Karl, of Spartanburg
an( Messrs. Ansel Drake, Clate Crisp
and laymond Culcoulgh, of Furmaln
Utniversity. On Saturday 'Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Bennett lionored them with a par
tv. During tile evening refreshing
pulich was served by Misses Nancy
ieng and Heatrice Biabh. A musical
progriam was 1ar riied out a fter which
nil ice course was served.
The Wvediesdilay lu.
Thie Wednesday Ctlu) closed its
year'1s programlil wlith a1 iteiprovily
leletinug at thI(. home of \lrs. N. I. Dial
it Mlay 2. ih.
Ti 0li(.ts of the o01r wV 0t' omeI '
lithos of tl city were gttests of the
Wed iiesday tli oil this occasion.
l'apers written yi our club sisters of
the Stale were I)rCIuIIed from the
l-'ed ratin lle ipro i j HtreaV u. All
of tl-se wvre most excellent and geni
111nly elijoycd by ihise I Spreselt.
.lMrs. George 1ill' read "What is Mu
sic"? \It's. W. S. I lolimes read "Alfred
Lord 'I'eiliyson'"; Mrs. M.l1. L.Copeland
as instruic tive mnee' ings.
.rs. Ibatmar Smith, "Tel In1dividuial
ites-ponlsibility of Club .\lmbers".
This last meetinig of tie (thl) was
voted one of its most pleasant. 1s VelI
as ilstrl'u tive.
Blaek Walnut Wanted44.
The govenlmeni needs black wal
nut for making guns and aircraft. h'lie
supply is limited ani1d the need is gr eat.
Mr. T. .1. MeA list er, of Davis-lloper iCo.
has beeni asked by tlie govern ment to
take a ('ensuis of blaCk wailut t'ecs
in this county so that the government
will know where they are. Mr.eAiis
Ier asks ever-y persoll who has black
valnut tl(es o their places to it
him a postal card concerning it, tellinlg
tlie number1 of tree's, theli' diameter.
owner('l IsI potli ce an d11(istance1( from
a sipinig point. 'The goverinmient aft
ci' this in formnat ion is secured ma(. f~y oif
fei' to buy whate~i ver I suly s13 l5of
ferted buit. It will not 1use the in for'ma
tiIon given In ordeir to take it w'ithout11
W. P. Ii arris. thbe~welI k nown faimer
of Young's Tow~nsh ip, was signally13
hontored at thle Commnc''eent exe\'r
c ises of ('lemison College th is year' by
beiiga awarded thle ?acutlty's C'ertilie'nte
of Merlit f'or muerii Ioius work along
agricuiltuli lines. . lais won
the' (listinct ion parit iculIarly because oft
his work in develiopinig fall Ti'ish P~o
Ia toes, for'~l wiich lie had al ready' ga in
e'd wide reniown. While .\r. I larris'
schoolIig took pl1ace Iong liefore Clem -
sion college watS founiidedi, lie Is thle fa
tther' of four' giaduoates and studnts
of thie coiligie. .\ notherci Southi C'aro
linian honored at the same time was
J1. A. Shanklin. oif Columbia. who had
wioni sulccess ini dairy'in g.
Mr'. W. 'I). lyi'k 'olunty focod ad
iist rator', uriges thle farm'ieris to useI
care in savinig thle wheat roll, 1ie
states that i. I ioov'er auithioiz'es the
stenment that liberial treatmeint will
lie givenl raiser's of whieat in South
C'ar'olini with riiefer'ence to gi'indling
andl that 'eer's will be permiittecd
to have t heir ow'~n wltecat ground to a
Miss Rosa Wlrlih.
Miss Rosa 'Wright, sister of Mr'.
Hienry M. Wirighit, of this city, and
R1ev. Tr. Ri. Wright, of llartwell, Ga.,
died at the hiospiltal heire Monday
miorning at tile aite of 73 years. (Death
was dule to a gener'al bireak diown ill
('ilent to advanaced age haist ened by3
parialysis atid a dhisiocat ion of one of
her limtbs iiurred in a fall at Chbest
P1r about1 a ye~Iar arzo. Thlce fu nerial ser
v'ices were hld a(1~ t the A. R. P'. ('hur1h
Monday, a fterntoiiin, thle sei'vices he
Inhg c'onduldcd by lierI past or. 11ev. 1
N. Kennedy. I ntermnent t ook place ini
I he T aui'ens ceetce'y immeildiaitely af
ter' the servicles.
Krwe~n Ko N o
Never before has cornmeal in its various ways of cooking been so pop
ular. Never before has there been such an urgent appeal for its general use.
Cornmeal now is the National Cereal. To use it is to give loyal aid to the
cause of World Liberty. To use it in making Krusty Korn Kobs in the new
Wagner molds is to enjoy a new sensation in sight and taste.
Krusty Korn Kobs may well be called the Patriotic Corn Bread Sticks.
They are unusually appetizing. As they come from the oven in their
rich, crisp coats of gold and brown, they recall the time of roasting ears.
Krusty Korn Kob molds may be had in both the Wagner Cast Aluminum
Ware, or in Wagner Cast Iron. They are of the right thicknecss to retain heat
during refilling. They bake your corn sticks properly, so that they retain all
the natural, dainty flavor without danger of having the real cornmeal taste
Corn bread in Krusty Korn Kob form is often acceptable to those who
do not care for corn bread in the o inary way. They are good cold as
well as hot, even without butter.
The following tested recipes ar dedicated to the Ameri n-Housewife
as an arid to her in loyally carrying ut the requests ofgational Food
Admiistration by conserving w e t flour. /
KRUSTY KO N K RECIPES
Recpe No. i it i main 1 in t ne
1 W -2 moups cotoejyral s. i s a taste.
1 -2 (i flour ( may b a omi be cle the Patrot. Corn Be ticks.
ric,, i then nof olp and b w t r the teahI.
teas on Ko akisg powder. b ha 2 b t W r t m
auin rllnsg.r Tmey be yu onsik rpry ota hyrti l
c o ited.)
Corn trea i u or il omilk.acceptable to thosewho
do2 t~ l n-t c r fs corn me in t : o iii wal . T h a goo cold as
wel asho, eenwitou buter.n at
2 i~h~.~poo~ fat :1.2 table voo ns f al..j I
The following teste re if deied t heaA CR-Hoswf
Ful Sidtock e oyall 1 S aty tin Molds arand orn tickM l
S.dm.n&sE.tH WISil w&Ct tr.A
Recie N. I e 2Recipe No. 3
1 1- cup ; ornm al. 'Or 111al.I full (-up Corn me'al.
cipI four 1ap wht flokr
Also1-- Cokeol a n a.
I~~~ laableppoon sugar.ll b
Priced From $3.00 Up
Full Stock of All Styles Muffin Molds and Corn Stick Molds.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & COMPANY