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* Local and Personal Nention.
oBorn to 'Mr. and -Mro, T. B. MdDan
iel, Sunday, a girl, Mary Elizabeth.
irs. 0. -W. Leonard and children,
of partanburg, are Visiting Mrs. W.
W. J'ones on North Harper street.
Miss Lillian Gentry, of Florence, Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. H. J. Lever,
on West Main street.
,Mr. Shell McDaniel left Monday for
Washinirtob, 'D. C., Wn accept a -position
iwith a large laundry of that city.
Mrs. J. Y. Wallace and children, of
Greenville are spending several days
with their parents, Mr. and Mlrs. J. 1.
Mr. C. L. Waldrop and family will
leave today for Atlanta where they
will spend several. weeks with rela
The 'Misses Huff, of Simpsonville,
were in the city Sunday, visiting Miss
es Louise and Sara 'Power on Vest
Mr. and Mirs. C. -. Moseley and chil
dren, of Spartanburg, spent Sunday in
the city with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mose
Mrs. W. B. Beacham, of Clio, has
sbeen the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Beacham, near the city, for several
Miss Margaret Schuessler, of Roa
noke, Ala., returned with Miss Maudie
Mae Jessee from College and will
spend several weeks as her guest.
Mr. W. C. Meredith with his little
son, Bill, of Atlanta, visited his sis
ters, -irs. Dorroh Peden, of Gray
Court, and Mrs. W. C. P. Robertson,
in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. IP. Horton, of Al
'bermarle, N. C., and 'Mr. P. G. Patter
son, of Ilickory, have been guests of
Mr. and Mrs. 'Ross 'D. Young for sev
eral duys. .
Mrs. J. R; Young and children, of
Anderson, have been visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. M. J. Simpson, for several
days. Dr. Young came over Saturday
and spent the week-end also.
Air. G. B. Kornegay, of Chicago, rep
resenting the Cole Manufacturing
Company, was a visitor in the city
Yesterday calling on the local Cole
dealer, Messrs. S. M. & E. 'H. Wilkes
Mr. Nash IPhilpot, who returned
from Erskine a few days ago, has ac
coted a position swith the Colt Alba
Chautauqua "for the summer season
d left last week to take up his
.Auties on the Canadian circuit.
Dr. Clifton Jones and Dr. T. L. Tim
merman leave today to attend the
meeting of the State Dental Associa
tion in Greenville. 'Dr. Rutledge will
attend the first day's session, but will
not stay throughout the week.
Mr. IH. . Paulsen, ihanager of the
local laundry, leaves Sunday for Wil
mington and Wrightsville Beach, N. C.,
to attend the annual meeting of the
laundriymen of the Carolinas and
Georgia. Mr. Paulsen expect.s to he
gone during most of. the week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 'Power, of West
Mlain street, had as their guests Fri
day~ their nep~hew and niece, Dir. andi
Mr's. J. E. Daniel, of Gi'eenville, and
Mirs, Elizabeth Losespe of Manning
who were r'eturnring from C.ol umbia
wvhere they attendecd tile Daniel
Mi's. W. 'R. Richey r'eturnedl Mon
(lay fr'om 'Columbhia, where she has
,been visiting her sons, Ca't 'W. Rt.
Rhichey andl Mr. Grover' C. Richey. Heri
gr'anddauig'hter', Miss Sarah Richecy, i'e
tur'ned with her and is spenlding sonme
time withl her and Mrs. John F. Bolt,
her other gr'andmiother.
falhoun McGowan, of Charlotte, N.
C., spent Sunday in the city with his
parents, Mr. and Mirs. F. P. McGowan.
Mr. McGowan, who has been with the
Southern Power Company for a num
hier of years, was recently eleto:1 nee
retary of the company when new ofi
cdals were elected following upon the
death of President Z. V. Taylor.
Mr. W. L. Gray, Miss Wlllou Gray,
Miss Ilattic Gray and W. L. Gray, .Jr.,
motored to Gastonia, N. C., Saturday
moi'ning, where they spent thle week
end~ with Mr. and Mrs. R. Coke Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Sawyer have
been spending a few (lays in the city
with Mr'. and Mrs. Aug. Huff after their
Wedding tr~J-p andi before they return
to their future 'home in Salley.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Childress, Mrs.
J. F. Harney andl daughter, Mary, And
Misses 'Bess and Jule Childress, no
tored to lParrottsville, Tenn., last
'week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mey
era, friends of Mr. Childress. While
there they also visited a brother of
Meyers at Creenville, Tenn.. er
ng their stay, very much. Trhehi
'trip~ was cut short, however, by a tel
egram announcing the death hero of
Mr. John Childress. They returned
immediately in time to 'attend tire
funeral yesterday morning.
Dr'. Clifton Jones will be out of his
flice from Thursday until the end of
ie .week in attendance upon the an
un meetin of he Sta bonts! A.
The foll wing announcement has
lbeen received in the city, which will
be of interest .to i.aurens County peo
ple, as the 'bride is a daughter of Rev.
J. Walter Daniel, 'who was raised in
the western part of this county, and
is also a niece of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Power, of this city:
Reverend James Walter Daniel
ann6unces the marriage
of his daughter
Mr. Beacham Owens Brooker
on Wedonesday, June the eighth
nineteen, hundred and twenty-one
Columbia, South Carolina
Will be at home
after July the first
Fifteen, twenty-three Washington St.
Colum'bia, South Oarlina
A marriage of interest to their many
friends was that of Willie Jo Walker,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walk
er and Mr. Victor L. Weathers, which
was solemnized Sunday, June 12th at
6:30 p. n. at the bome of Rev. Charles
. Vermillion. Only a few relatives
witnessed the ceremony, the wedding
being a very quiet affair.
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* CLINTON NEWS *
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Clinton, June 13.-Mrs. Mae Ken
nedy and children of Spartanburg are
the guests of Mrs. B. Graham.
Dr. R. E. Sadler spent Friday in
Mrs. J. I. Coloman is visiting friends
in 'Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Gco. A. Copeland and Miss B.
Copeland spent last Thursday in Spar
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Jacobs and Miss
'Melence Thornley spent Saturday in
Mr. and Mrs. Cove, of Massachusetts
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Jacobs, Sr.
Misses Mary and Irene Dillard are
the guests of Mrs. Reece Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry 'Dillard, Mrs.
Reece Young and Miss Lla iD-llard
spent last Wednepday in Columbia.
;Mr..,and Mrs. J.1. A. Chandler and
Mrs. T. D. Copeland spent last Thurn
day in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jacobs, Sr., en
tertained at a dinner party last Tues
day evening in honor of Mr. -and Mrs.
Gove of Massachusetts, the following
guests: Mr. and :Mrs. J. F. Jacobs, Jr.,
-Mr. and Mr.s W. P. Ja;cobs, Mr.. and
Mrs. Thos. ). Jacobs and Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Bailey.
Mirs. John T. Young was hostess to
the riTuesday Cliub last week. After a
pleasant hour of sewing the hostess,
assisted by her issteor, Miss Margaret
Notz, served delicious ice cream and
IMiss Corrine Ilailey spent last week
in Columbia- as the guest of Mrs. John
Mrs. Kenneth Burdlette andl son re
t.urned~ last week from Columbia after
spending several weeks with relatives.
Mr. W. J. HBalley spent several days
last week in Charleston on ibusiness.
Mrs. RI. C. MoLees andl little son are
visiting relatives in Greenwood.
Misses Myrtle Martin of McCormlek,
and Maud Maroney of Fountain Inn,
s.pient the week-end with Miss Thelma
Mr's. I,. A. Biarrow, of Cdlumbia, is
visiting relatives here this week.
Mr'. and Mrs. J1. F. JIacobs, Sr'., en
t."Itainedl a few of thqeir frknds at thme
Country Club last WVednesday ev'en
lng in honor' of Mr. and Mr's. Glove, of
Mr. and Mr's. Jos. B3. Frazer and sons
of Blair's, spent the wveek-end with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rihett
Mir. andl Mrs. -D. C. Ileustics spent
the weekend wilth relatives in Carlisle.
It will pay you to come many miles
to J. C. 'Burns & Co.'s 19 (lays June
Sale, at Laurens.
Fell Out Over Chickeni
As a result of a dispute said to have
been started albout a small chicken,
Joel andl Frank Bllackwell, brothers,
engaged in a shooting scrape near
Tumbling Shoals Sunday night, F~rank
Blackwell receiving a flesh wond
from a 82 cafl'bre epistol. Joel .Black
m'ell was arrested by Sheriff 'Reid and
Deputy Sheriff Owings, but later he
was released on 11and.
PAL3ETTO LODOE, No. 19, A. F. M.
of Palmetto Lodge. No, 19,
-.F. M., will be held on
FIU DA' night, June 17th,
, at o'clckr Memnbers
are especiall dW'o attend and vis
iting brethren welcome. WVork in El. A.
Bly order of
70. 0. ANDERISON I4e 0. ROF~F,
Secretary. ^ W. M.
All Ex-Service Men aid Their Lady
Friends Invited to Big Picnic and
Fish .Fry to be Hold June 21st.
A 'big picnic and fish fry for Tues
day, June 21-st, was decided upon at
the meeting of the Thos. D. L-ake, Jr.,
'Post, American Le'gion, at their meet
ing held Monday night. The picnic
is to be held at Todd's Quarter, near
Waterloo, and all ex-service men of
the county, with their wives or lady
friends, are Invited to attend. A big
'program is being arranged for the day
and every ex-service man, whether a
-member of the vost or not, is urged to
'be present. Those who haven't con
venient means of transportation are
requested to communicate with J. .McC.
Barksdale, chairman for this depart
ment, who will assist In providing
transportation. Among other amuse
ments, bathing will be enjoyed and
bathing suits must be Included in the
paraphernalia of the day. Iinner will
be served in picnic style and "well
fllled baskets" will be the order of
The committee in charge of secur
Ing rooms for the post reported that
it had secured a suitable location in
the old armory building and that pre
parations will begin at once for their
equipment. Comfortable furniture will
-be installed and several shower baths
will be .provided.
About thirty-flve men were present
at the meeting and each one pledged
himself to secure four new mmbers.
HOW IT HAPPENED
Mr. Fred RickmanI Tells How Auto Ac
cident, Occurred Last. Monday Night.
Mr. Fred 'Rickman, who :ws in the
'party last Monday night that had the
auto accident near Narnie on the
Greenville road, is rapidly recovering
from the effects of 'his injuries and is
now walking about town again. He
was in Fuller & Vaughn's garage Mon
day afternoon talking about the affair
and gave his version of the accident.
"There woutld have 'been no acci
dent," he said, "if the big truck which
we met had been on the right side of
the road and if .it carried lights. Some
people have said that the truck car
ried a symall Ilight, but -I never saw it.
We were coming towards Laurens at
a moderate rate of speed. Just before
'we reached Mr.' Z. R. Traynham's
house the big trucl suddenly loomed
ahead of us. It 'was 1but a few feet
away and when I saw it, it looked as
,big as this stable. Mr..Irvin, who was
driving, made a quick turn to the left
side of the road, the only side that was
open, making a remarkably fine drive.
'He succeeded in passing the truck, 'but
just as he got -by the car gave a quick
twist and over it went. I don't re
member apything after that until Mr.
Traynham and others pulled ine out
of the car."
Mr. Rickman, with lessrs. Bishop,
'Edw-ards and M\eCravy are Rl rapid
ly recovering from their injuries. The
recovery of Mr. Irvin, however, has
been slower but he is showing signs
of Improvement. 'I-e wvent to Gr'een
ville Monday to confer with special
ists in regard( to an app~arent faeial
par'alysis as a result of the accident
and received an encouraging r'ep)ort. It
is thought that he, too, will soon be
SMALL LOSSES lN
New Orleans, Jutne I12.-Fluctua
tions of the last week in the cotton
nmai'ket carried the pice of the most
active contract months to 25 to 4I
points hiighei' Ithan the close showing
net losses of three to 15 poInts. The
market moved over an extreme range
of 46i to 51 points, .July trading as high
as 12.27, as low as 1 1.80 and closing
at 1 1.861. In the spot department mid
(ling lost 25 points in the net results,
closing at 11.38, which pice coim
pai'ed with .11.00 cents as the last price
this we(ek a year' ago.
Weather conditlons and the aetivi
tie's of the boll weevil wvill dloubtless
engage much of the ettention of the
ti'ade this coming week but the gen
eral opinIon seemedl to be that the
British labor' situation rapidly is
reaching a point wher'e a settlement
of sonme sort will be forcedl and th~e
tradie will follow' with gi'eat interest I
the voting by the coal miners on the I
iuiestion Of accepting the most recent
pi'oposals to end the trike. This 1
wvill be of all the more interest in thec
cotton market because of the claimc
that 'British textile workers now on
strike will shape their course accord-'
ing to the outcome of the coal strike
Homes Change stands
Mr'. B. M. Wolff and Mr. Jac. C. Todd
tr'adedl their hiomes on' WVest Main andI
South Harper str'eets last week, Mr.
Todd taking the beautiful new bunga
low of Mr'. Wolff and Mr'. 'Wolff taking
the neat cottago of Mr. Todd. The ri
financial consideration was not given
out, but it is understood that Mr. Todd l
gave a nice cash bonus in the trade. i
Both houses are modernly constructed
nnd maken omfnota hoe.
STURDAY, JUNE 18th.
A One Dy Speca1od
Wile the selectionits. 0oo
Values up to$3eac6
SELF BAe-TNG doMS-Fr DeT coLONI. KEMTE Each
2LP oncoA EAUCoE PAN 3T COLNCIAL UPA i CUP
No Telephone or Mail Orders During This Skne
All Ware Guaranteed to be Genuine
QUALITY BRAND ALUMINUM WARE
7~e Quaaf is L fed- To Avoid
Disappostafent We Unge Yoew To
iO Eapy-No MVer Set Aside ~J
fast B F T OME, FiRST .'D
REMEMBER DATE OF SALE
SATURDAY, JUNE 18th.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & C.1
ItOBEJIT (CLAREINCE DPONNAN
Nativie of this Countty Died ini Green. 111(ottre~r'
Ville TIhurisdaty Nhirht. Burled at- 'AYU fI t)0Ul
Sanidy Springs Saturday. ' & 71iiiugottrp f
TPhe funeral service andl Interment es o hudhv
who diled in Greenville Thu rsday night,
were held at Sandy Springs church /~~~"%~(tt ~n~y o
Atturdlay. afternoon at 2 o'clock, his~~Cn JfetIiile
ptastor, Rev. ilotuight, of Greenville, ~~. - ~~*b Ifits f~tso
sonduct ing the services. tllfo $210, o
Mr'. D.onnan was 25 years of age andlt' 2u. t~m' ia
servedl at Camp JIackson and (Cam! 1It5liiClwtbu
isevier during the World Wnr. lHe haud Iis
)een in failing health ror' someI thne OUMI UPL OPN
mnd his death was not unexpected. His3Wst~evi S.Clmba .C
ather, F. M. D)onna, (lied in Greenville
The dleceasedl is survived by his_____
vildow, w'ho w~as a Miss Trammell, of ____________________________________________
ireenville, and one small child. The
mnly other maember of his Immediate
atmily surviving him is hils brothetr,
.* M. Donnan,, of this city. C e n d o
A B. Y. P. U. gRoelal
The quarterly B. Y. P. U. social of
ilt. Gallagher ehurc~h was given at the
tonme of Mr. Blerkley Redden on lastN E T K~
aturday evenIng. Several games were
njoyedl and then the string handl from
he Mlt. Pleasant union entertained the
:rowd with their goodl music.Ths
fthe band .present were as follows:
4iss Vivian MicDaniel, Messrs. WVill
inndy, 'hester Pinson, flelton Mun
ly andl Ernest McDaniel. After the M A L~ 1 R
nusic delicious ice cream and cake
vere served. Everyone agreedl that
htey had 'hadl a most dlelightful ime.
We wir~h t thanniourtriendkeaa
athy at theodeahoofournsonicn
aeh d~cdwill eve beeremebered.uAd have
Mr. an~l Mr..C. m.givmlyou