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* Local and Personal Mention.
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is'Miss Jeanette Miller, of dreanville,
is vgtn gasA~aJ Sli
Miss Bess .hildress returned, home
lastl Wkdnest~ar after a klolfghtfdl
Nt.1 (Boyce IR.- Clardy, who' is now
livhi at .Mullins, has been visiting
relat-.ves here for several days.
Miks Virginia 'Barksdale left few
days'pgo for the University of Virgin
la to take the summer' course In
Mrs. T. C. Switzef and little daugh
ter, 1atherine, have returned home af
ter Asiting relatives in Baltimore for
Mini4 Harriet 'H. Sullivan left Satur
day for New 'Rochelle, N. Y., -where
she lias secured a tutoring position
for the rest of the summer.
Misses Lucia and Annie Simpson ar
rived -yesterday from Jacksonville,
Florida, to be present at the Fuller
Stout wedding next week.
Mr. Joseph .H. Sullivan leaves today
for a visit to his ldaughter, Mrs. W. 11.
'Whitley, at Alberniarle, 'N. C., and
other points in Nort-h Carolina.
'Dr. G. C. Alliright, 'Dr. T. -L. Tim
'merman -andDr. Clifton Jones attend
ed the meeting of the State Dental
association In Columbia last week.
Mr. J. C. Burdette, a former resi
dent of the county, now living at Cli
max, Ga., has been visiting relatives
at Lanford S-tation And othnr part n(
the county for severt weeks,
Miss Ev. Taylor"' *bo has been at
tending the South Carolina Epworth
League conference, returned Monday,
reporting a very good meeting and
much 'god fwork xione during itbe
Miss Pansy Clarke, of Anderson, is
.the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom -Hen
derson on 'South Harper street. An
other guest exlected by Mr. and Mrs.
Ilenderson the latter part of the weck
is Miss'.lary Dallas, of 'Florida.
Mrs. J. Moore Mars and little daugh
ter have returned to their home In
Abbeville after visiting Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. AWilkes for several weeks. They
were accompanied by 'Miss Pattie
Mrs. T. M. Wilson and Miss Addle
AWilson, of Lake City, have retuy'ned to
their home after a pleasant visit with
Mrs. Wilson's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs.
J. 1B. qiodes, of Gray Court. They
were accompanied home by Miss it
tic Owings, Janie Harris and Nell Rid
dle of Laurens.
W. tHastings 'Dial, Jr., iwho has been
in the service of the ,United States
Shipping BDoard for about a year and
has visited many ports on both sides of
the Atlantic, is at home on a furlough
of several weeks. He expects td be
sent on a cruise to China and Japan
when his furlough is Complete(.
Mr. and Mrs. John Law Anderson,
-after visiting the formneris parents,
R1ev. and Mirs. W. flay Anderson for
several days, have gone to Gibson, N.
C., to visit .\lrs. Anderson's -parents.
From there they will go to Abbeville,
where M\r. Anders~on plans! to go into
business very soon.
il~ri. J1. M. Fewvell, remuemberedl here
as the principal of the Watts .\lls
school, is visitinig ini the city for a
few days. 'Dr. Fewvell received his M.
D. (degree this year, but will accepit a
year's hospital work at .Philadelphia
before settling dowvn to practice. lie
is undecided as yet where he avill lo
+ SOCIETY. +
Friends in the city will be interest
ed to 'earn of the marriage of Miss
Nona Martin to Mr. William D. Cope
landl, of Clinton. Trho wedding oc
curredl Thursday afternoon at five
o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Cheatham. The home wvas pret
tily decorated and only the immediate
families were present to witness the
ceremony, which swas performed by
Dr. J. R. Jester. After the ceremony
Mdr. and Mrs. Copoland left for the
enountainls of North Carolina. -They
will make their home in Clinton where
'Mr. Copeland is in business.--Green
A quiet home wedding was solemn
ized on Wednesday, June 16, at the
home of Mrs. Jeremiah Stone, near
.. IPrtnceton, .when her daughter, F~ellcia
.gnes, becamn the bride of C. B. Cash,
of Gaffney. Rev. N. M. Harrison per
Sformed the ceremony, using the ring
service, in the presence of a few reia
tives and friends. The house was
'' tastefully, but simply deoorated in
ferns and cut flowers, the color
, scheme being green and White. 'The
~'.brido coefeoat ui, ith' ac
*Good Furni tur is the Most Economical
Good Furniture renders a permanent and essential service.
Furniture of character bought today will be as good fifteen or twenty years
in the future as it now; and yet it costs but little more than that of the doubtful
We will handle nothing but good Furniture, and whether simple pieces at a
moderrte price, or the more elaborate t, pe, you may feel sure that it is of cor
rect design and of a quality of material and workmanship that will endure years
and years of service. We have -never shown so large or so fine a line of Home
Furnishings as we now have on exhibit. We will consider it a privilege to show
you through our store at any time.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes &Co.
theAl vally an fers.
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