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* COLD. POINT NEWS. *
Cold Point, April 20.--The B. Y, P.
U. ice cream fetsIval and cake walk at
Mount Pleasant Saturday evening 1was
attended by a large crowd and iproved
to be a success In every way. The
proceeds will go to .put lights in the
Mrs. Mealy Davenport has been very
ill for the past week and her condi
tion doesn't improve, we are sorry to
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Boyd, of Laurens,
were visitors at M\r. B. M. Cunning
Mrs. Sue Finley, u Aladden, spent
Sunday with her brother, 'Mr. 1. Al.
Mr. Edd Scott, of Spartanburg, Is
cutting stone for Mr. Byon Nichols.
'Mrs. T. Z. -.1adden was carried to
the Laurens hospital Saturday. Wo
hope she will soon be able to return
Mr. H. F. Wheeler visited his mother
In Saluda county last week.
Mr. T. P. Duncan spent Thursday
night in Greenwood with friend..
Mr. T. i1. Nelson is confined to his
borne at this writing.
Mr. and ,lrs. J. M. Jones spent last
Sunday with friends In Green wood.
Mr. Tom Coleman went to Spartan
burg Sunday to see his father, who has
undergone an operation, and lie re
(ports his father getting along fine.
. Mr. G. W. lendrix and children visit
ed relatives in Cross 11111 recently.
Air. Jones Cunningham, of Green
wood, spent a (lay here with homnefolks
We wer. sorry to hear of the death
of \ir. Kinard -Nelson. He !was buried
at Mt. Pleasant last Tuesday.
.lr. ;Dock Anderson, of Greenwood.
visited Mr. and r.s. Hurts Nelson last. I
.\l Ir. Tom -Weathers has been sick
for the past week. We are glad to re
Iiort that lie is better.
.\lrs. Vill .ones was at .\lr. I. .11.
Cunningham's several days last week
helping to Care for Mm's. Daveunport.
Miss Carie(' Nelson has been sick for
a few (lays iui t is able to be up again.
Mrs. Sallie Pimkett, of near Greeni
wood, sitser' of .\lls. Davenport. is thip-1
ing to cnre for liar.
those who fallow
apparel. After we
fittire this change is
nounced than in tb
company your airy~
We are showi
already assured gr<
should a :cL "A
to the counltry.
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LANFORD NEWS. *
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Lanford, April 26.-Rev. Miller filled
his regular appointment Sunday morn
ing. Mr. and Mrs. M. Miller,. his son
and daughter, very ably assisted in the
music wihch added very much to the
services. They were dinner guests at
the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
The Rural Iiprovement Association
and Home Demonstra-tion Club had a
very helpful meeting Friday afternoon.
A good iprogram was rendered and de
lightful refreshmeits were served by
the committee: Mrs. J. R. Patterson,
Airs. Ethel Lanford and Mrs. A. 11.
Holmes. Miss Daisy Harris presented
a demonstration on the proper methods
of table serving and formal table man
ners, etc. We appreciate her efforts
and are using her freely and will send
a delegate from our club to summer
school at Winthrop, if possible.
M r. C. 1). Cox is in Laurens this
week attending court as Juryman.
Mr. J. W. Johnson "went to Atlanta
Saturday on a business visit.
Mr. C. C. Cox left Saturday for An
derson where lie will be engaged in
business for several weeks.
Farmers are very busy plowing these
The Ileaverdam church (colored)
has installed an electric lighting sys
Tht(e churches here are contemplat
ing a system installed in their build
ing in the near future.
.\lisses Carrye Lou Higgins and Car
rie Fowler were in Laurens Saturday
afternoon doing some shopping.
.\lisses Josie and Lona Mel Williams
spent the week-end with their little
frienls, .\lisses Margaret and Mlary
Drumm in ond.
.\11s. Shocklcy, of Harksdale, Is
spenldiig a few days with Mrs. 0. F.
Misses Lenora and Annie May Pat
terson are spending a few (lays with I
their ait, .\lrs. lurman Poole.
.\Ir. 11. W. Jolson and family, of
Arca(dia, and .1. '. .ohnosii, of' Clin
ton, spent Sunday with their parents,
MNir. aid Mr1s. .1. 1). .1ohnsoni.
MNr. 1'. MI. Cannon. .\lr. .1. P. Waldrep.
Ali. J. W. Laniford and Mrils. .1. 1.
Cooley attended Ml emorial II)aly and
he old soldiers' banquet Saturday.
D, w'~ 1 long be ren
fasi ions closely as
rti/ne years of sever
m st refreshing.
will you find this ch
e beautiful footwear
, happy costumes.
ng variations of the r
at popularity becau
OOD PLACE TO TRA
* SULPHUR SPRItNGS NEWS. *
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.Sulphur Springs, April 26.-We are
sorry -to know that Mrs. Nealy Daven
1)ort, of Cold Point, is in a critical
Mr. G. A. MlcPherson has been con
fined to his room with rheumatism,
but is some better at this time.
Mr. Mills Davenport, of Greenwood,
came over Saturday night to see his
mother, ,who is critically ill.
The IB. Y. P. U. ice cream supper at
Mt. Pleasant on the evening of the
24th was quite a success, both socially
and financially. Every one present
enjoyed the occasion and more than
$75.00 was realized.
NMrs. Sue IPinson, of Greenville,
spent last week here with her mother,
Mrs. Ada MoPherson.
.\Mr. James 1. Smith has been on the
sick list for the past several days, but
is some better now.
Miss Annie McPherson, who is at
tending school at Laurens, was a week
end visitor to home folks.
An event of more than passing no
tice to our younger set occurred in our
midst on Sunday afternoon at half
past six o'clock at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John V.
Cannon, when their beautiful and ac
complished daughter, Annie Sue, be
came the wife of .\lr. Thomas EIdward
Price, of Hodges, Rev. S. H. Booth of
Waterloo performing the beautiful
ceremony that joined the ha-ppy couplle
together for life. Miss Annie is one
of our most lovable girls and looked
her best dressed in a beautiful cream
satin suit with flowers to match. Mr.
Price is a prosperous young farmer of
lodges, where, after a bridal trip, they
will be at home to their friends. We
extend to the happy couple our warm
.\Mr. Mason 11111, of Cross 11111, at
tended he ice creami supper at Mt.
Pleasant Fatu rday afternoon.
Mrs.- Pearl Stuart, of Greenville,
came down yesterday to be present at
the Can 11on- Price we(ddinig.
.Mliss Aver Martin, of (i'enville,
was a week-eind visitor to her grand
mother, Mrs. J. W. Cannon.
Little iss largaret and .\laster
I lant Iooth, ac'com panied their father
[o the Cai n1on - Price Wedding.
.Misses \ari, Lila May and luIez
the summer of
ange more pro
designesI to nc
node which are
se of their win
Jamleson and Miss Ora Dolt, all of
iLaurens, visited Miss Lidia McPherson
Mr. Bud Pinson, of 'Greenville, cam'e
down Friday to accompany his wife
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* HICKOtY TAVERN NEWS.
Hickory Tavern, April 26.-The
farmers are very mu ch behind with
their farm work. Only a few have any
cotton seed planted.
The people about here were aroused
very much about the mad dogs. One or
two 'were killed.
Mr. Joe Brownlee and his sister,
Misses Fannie and Sallie, spent last
Tuesday with their sister, Mrs. W. S.
Misses Lucile Baldwin and Sarah
Roper spent Sqturday and Sunday
with Miss Neoma Alexander of Rabun.
Miss Cora League is spending a few
days with her uncle, Paul Bolt, oi
Miss Minnie Irvin was a visitor at
home this week-end.
Miss 'Hat-tie Fuller was also a week
end visitor at Mr. Nelson's of Eden.
Quite a number of the Green Pond
young people attended the party at
Mr. Ashemore's Saturday night.
Miss Lizzy Mahon and two of her
friends, from the Woman's College, of
Greenville, spent Saturday night at
* Mr. TLudie Abererombie and Gillie
Sumerel, accompanied by 'onn Bald
win, spent last Sunday in Greenville.
Messrs. Culver Sumerel and .1. .
Thomason, Jr., spent Sunday in Green
Mr. J. M. Sumerel has a fine garden
of cabbage, twelve rows In all, with
about ninety to the row, for which he
has been offered fifty dollars.
..\Mr. John .Drownlee, of )ials, visited
Mr. W. S. Bolt Sunday.
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