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* Local and Persona NeUm. *
Miss Jeunto IShealey spent last
week at Sedalia.
Miss Charlotte iMcGowan Is visiting
in rHendersonv.ille, N. C., this week. N
Mr. iB. M. Keller, of Cameron, was a
visitor in .the city Monday.
,Mr. T. C. Swltzer loft Monday for y
the northern markets to buy fall goods.
Miis 'Williou Boyd is enjoying the
mountains for a few days at Tryon, N.
'Mrs. H1. S. Blackwell and Mrs. R. E.
Copeland have returned from Saluda,
Miss Wil Lou Gray, of Columbia,
spent Sunday in the city with home
Mrs. -H. 11. Humbert and children
are spending the week with relatives
'Mrs. Screna Al. Sullivan and daugh
ter, Marie are at Elienton on a visit
Mrs. J. G. Sullivan Is spending two
*1veeks at Woodville, Greenvillo and
Mr. R. W. Briggs, of The Advertiser
force, Is confIned to his home on ac
count of sickness.
Mlr. and Mrs. C. kE. Parker and chil
dren have returned from the moun
tains of North Carolina.
Mrs. 13. R. Todd, of Barksdale, has
returned after a week's stay in W4n
ston-Salem, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. R. RW. Gilliland and
children, of Fountain Inn, are visit
ing relatives in the city.
Miss Margaret Warren, of Allendale,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James C.
Todd on West Main street.
Dr. C. P. Vincent and family return
ed Friday from a short stay in the
mountains of North Carolina.
Rev. W. S. Holmes and family have
returned from Sapphire, N. C., where
they have -been spending the summer.
-Miss 'Drina Iledgepeth, of Lumber
todi, N. C. has been visiting Miss Mar
1garet Knight near the city for several
Mr. W. Henry -Martin, of 'Belmont,
Mass., spent several days in the city
last .week wkth his mother, Mrs. W. H.
Miss Mi'ary West, of Greenville, is
visiting hier cousins, Misses Harriet
and Anna Sullivan, on South Harper
Mr. James Woodside and Miss Cath
erine 'Woodside, of Greenvillie, were
visitors 'in the city the first of the
-Mrs. W. A. Smith and children ar
rived in the city fron Charleston Sun
lay to visit Mrs. H-. M. Wvight foi' sev
Mrs. M. Z. Wells, of Greenville, is
down on a visit to the family of her
sister, Mrs. Thos. J. Sullivan, of Mt.
Mr. 1nd Mrs. N. C. Ilughes have re
turned to the city after spending sev
eral lays with their parents in North
-Mr. Carlisle )ial. of the United
States Revenue Service, spent Sunday
in the city with his pai'ents, Dri. and
Mr's. W. H. Dial.
Mr. William B. Crisp, wvho Is living
in Florida, is spending his holiday in
the city wvithi his pai'ents, Mre. and
Mr's. Hallc C. Crisp.
Mr'. and Mr's. HI. C. Cartledge and
childi'en of Augusta. hav'e been spend
lng several days in the city with thir
par'ents, Mr. and .\i rs.-Aug Huff.
Mi'. WV. P. Thomnasoii spent seerai
days last week in Orangeburg in at
tendance ugon the meetings of the
Junior' Oi'der' Americ'an .\lechan les.
Master D~unkllin Sull ivain loft Tlues
day for' (reen ivillec, wher'ie lie meets
his mother on their way to " lonie
\iew" near I lenderisonvillec.
M's. ('. Q. We';t, of Gr.meeiiville, ac
com11panied by heri sons, Casper and
Marion, ar vc~isitlig i'elatve's and
frienids ini time city.
J. W,.'Dunklin and faitly, Miss I lat
tie Gray, and .\18. Gladys Gray, of
G ray (Cour t, st'(nt Sunday in iarit
well'i. (Ca.. with relatives.
('atIion last iw eek ariounmd Fr'iendshi p,
ini Sullilvan township, amoing old1
friends and -fornier acqluaIntances.
Milsses Jiessle, eElla and Dorothy Ito
land hiavei retur mned to the city from
Cedar Mouiitaii, N. C., wher'e they
have been spnding sevei'al weeks.
.Miss Loree P'algo. who has been awvay
fr'om hei' woi'k at the P'eole's hank fori'
sever'al weeks on account of sickness
i'eturmned to her duties Monday mnor'n
C (ol. and Mrs. Ii. Y. Simpson, Miss,
Leila Wilkes. Miss P'attie Wilkes and.
Johnm 'Wilkes have returned to thec city(
after' a motor trip to the mountains
of North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. 31. ID. Sims have re
turnedl to thieir' home in Chester after
spen'ding a few (lays in the city with i
the latter's parents, Mr. and Ms. J. F.
Mr. Calhoun McGowan, secretai'y of
the Southern Power' Company, of
Charlotte, N. C., r:pent Sunday in thet
city with his parents, Mir. and 'Mirs. N
F,' P. McGowan.
Miss Jane Owens; of [Dinharton, ar- 1
i'ived in the city Satumrday to visit 1
Mr'si 1D. F. Owens, who is spending e
ome time with her paents, Mr. and
Irs. John F, Bolt.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Reid and Miss
temello -Reid spent fday In Green
1i1e. iMiss Reid reniined over for
everal days, going 'alAo to Greer to
isit friends -before returning home.
Mr. Raiford Terry an4 nephew, Har
ey S. Terry, of Rockingham, N. C., ar
rived in the city Testdiday to spend
, few days with -Messrs. larvey and
Dr. J. T. Etutledge went up to Hen
ersonville for the week-end and re
urned Sunday afternoon bringing Mrs.
tutledge, who -had been there for the
ast several weeks.
Mr. E. P. -Minter left Tuesday for
laitimore and New York to buy goods
or the fall trade. le was joined at
laltinore by Miss Kate .Padgett, who
vill assist in buying for the millinery
Messrs. Coy 'Reid,'\Richard Counts,
'harles ,Sitgreaves and John Wilkes
oft yesterday for Tuxedo, N. C., where
hey will camp out for a week. They
vent by automobile and carried tents
.nd other paraphernaliA: With them.
Capt. .31. Shaw Cunningham, of New
)rleans, who is spending- a few days
Vith his mother near Maddens while
1pon his return from New York and
loston, was a visitor in the city sat
Mr. and Mrs. E. 'D. Easterby, Mrs.
jaura Easterby, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Mial and Mr. Thos. R. Easterby re
urned Monday from a week's stay at
himney Rock, N. C., living made the
rip by automobile.
Mrs. C. E. -Davis, of Garnett, and
I'rs. Frank L. MoMahan and little
laughter, Lou lEsther, of Gainesville,
Ta., are spending a few weeks with
heir parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
tfoore, on Lee street.
Capt. and Mrs. 'W. R. Richey, Jr., and
diss Sarah Thchey, are spending this
veek In Greensboro, N. C., with Mr.
Lnd Mirs. F. P. Tatum. They will re
urn here before they leave for Capt,
lichey's new -post at Jefferson Bar
Mr. L. E. Burns left yesterday for
he northern markets, being joined at
;partanburg by buyers for the other
hree stores of the Red Iron Racket
,hain, -Messrs. J. C. Burns, of Green
Mood, 'I,. N. Entriken, of Anderson,
knd W. A. Martin, of Gyeenvillo.
Miss Mattle Poole, daughter of Mir
tnd Mrs. T. P. Poole, of .lie Tylersvil
iction, has accepted a temporary po
ition in Spartanburgand will remair
here until the fall o't'the year wher
dhe will take up her work as teachei
n the Mount Pleasant school.
Rev. C. T. Squires received a tele
Cram yesterday from Lenoir, N. C., an
iouncing the death of a member of lhi
ormer congregation i that city and
tsking 'him to come tip to conduct thc
Puneral services. Hie left yesterday
ifternoon and will be gone for several
Mrs. il. B. 11111, of Spartanbutrg, ih
risiting Ms lla Bell and other rela
Ives in the city. It will be recalleI
hat just before moving to Spartan
urg about a yeat ago, Mrs. 1111 suf.
ered sevei'e injui'ies to her' leg as r
'esult of a fall. Although somowhal
mprovedi, she has not yet r'ecovered
lie use of her limbs andl is forced tc
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Cold Point, Aug. 15.-Mr'. Oscal
Itribiling andl Miss Nora lFreeman, o1
lio 'Center 'Point sect-ion, surrisei5(
heli' friends Sunday by getting mar i
-led. They motot'ed 1o ii entdersonviillt
or' a short honieytmoon. We wish t hi
routng corriple a happyi)3 jour ney thirougi
Mr~i. 'Shaw Cunningham, of New Or
('ans,-is visiting his motheri here. Th'ey
eft Saturday to visit relativesi ir
.\I . D~an Covinton andl family lefil
a'rt wveek for' G'eorgia, to spend Aug usi
Mis!; H elen, Nellie andll CGrace Hlitt.
if Cross TillI, spent Sunday with ti
Miss Julia Chapmian is at. home fot
two weeks' vacation.
Mr'. and Mirs. A. WV. Chapman spent
hundlay after'noon with Mr's. Ed:(gat
itt, of Cross Hill.
Mr's. Lillian H1il1 atld son, M. C., ol
h'oss lilll, spent sever'ai(days lasi
veek with ,Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones,
'Miss Elizabeth Hill, of Clinton
lent the week-end with Mtrs. J. M.
Mr'. and Mt's. Calvin hihodes, of near
treenwood, slient Sunday afternoori
fith Mrs. L. M. Dutncan.
A fewv weeks ago we could hardly
nd a boll weevil, but they are num
rous here now. They are docing much
amnage. \With the weevils, the dry
,eather and it,he fer'tilizer beinig .e
utced, a short crop is all that we cani
TIhie 'Cold .Point .ball team went n!'
r> Hickory Tavern last Wednesday for
game, and hal.,.the prettiest game of
lie season. Both teams playedi good
all and the outcome was utncertain,
ut Cold ,Point brokte the tie in the
ischth' and~ won hvth score of 7 to n.
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* NARNIE NEWS *
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Narnie, Aug. 1.-jWe have had seov
eral nice rains lately, and the crops
are looking fline.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Burns aud
sons, of Alabaia, arrived Friday to
spend several days 'with the former's
sister, Mrs. F. H. Burton.
Miss Romello Reid left yesterday
for Greenville to spend ten days with
Mrs. S. L. Singleton.
Air. W. M. Miyers was a business
visitor in Laurens Monday.
Misses IEva Bolt, Nelle Burts and
Virginia Culbertson were the week
end guests of Miss Mary Jones and
Miss Johnie M. Jones, of Foutain Inn.
Miss E'sther Craddock left Thursiay
for Augusta, to spend several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlton 'Benjamin
and Charlton, Jr., were guests of Mrs.
N. B. Bolt, Saturday.
Mr. Herbert Miartin and family and
Miss Bessle Byrd, of Clinton Route 1,
npenit yesterday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. Hauley Franks.
Mr. and Ars. lorace Nelson and
children 'were Sunday guests of Mirs.
Mrs. Mae Brainlette Craddock, of
Fountain Inn, is the guest this -week
of her parents, Mi. and Mrs. Aust,in
Miss Alvice Henry, of Donalds, and
-liss Mlarcia Poole were the attractive
guests of Miss Louise Hunter, Sunday.
Misses 'Felicia Maddox and Alice
Smith, of Greenville, will arrive the
latter part of the week to be thc
guests of Misses Eva and Ruth Bolt.
The B. Y. P. U. social given -by Mrs.
Tom Ball, Friday night, was 'greatly
Mr. Leroy Ramage had as his guesi
this week-end 'Mr. Dewey Burnette, of
Mr. 'lNdd. Stevens, of Clinton, slpeni
last Sunday afternoon with Mr. Arthut
We were very sorry to hear of the
death of ir. Jack Lollis' father, wh<
,was brutally killed by a negro in his
North Carolina home last Sunday
night. Our deepest sympathy goes t<
Mir. Lollis in this, his hour of sorrow
Mr. Earl Woods, traveling salesman
for Burroughs Adding Machine com
pany, was the week-end 'guest of hi,
cousin, Mir. William Burts.
The lawn party given by Mr. BrookF
Armstrong, Thursday night, was en
joyed by a number of young peopl
from 'this community.
Mr. and Airs. IF.<dwin Lee Bolt, o
Plasley and children, Lucile, Edwii
-L., Jr., Elizabeth and James, were re
cent guests of Ar. N. B. IBolt.
Mr. Walter Barksdale, of Oklahoma
who is spending several weeks her
mwith relatives -was the dinner gues
of Mir. Den Ilellams, Thursday.
Ars. Troy Owings and son were re
cent guests of her parents, Mir. an(
I's. Watson, of Woodruff.
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* LANF0lDl NEWS
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'laanford, Aug. 15.--.irs. l'mma Coo
1per, w"ife or i'. W'ill L. Cooper, dliC<
Thurisdiay at noon at her home after '
bi'ief illness. Ier' (leath caime as;
sur mprise and shock to heri miani
f'rinds and1( evein her'if nea rela tives, a'i
t hey, dlid not know she -wa sick unti
it was lea rued 'that she -was dlead. .\irs
('ooper wa. 51 y'ar's of age, was a vera3
qie it and r'eserved htartact er, a con
sistent ChrI iist ian and1( membieri of tI
iHaptist (lhui'ch. She is suri'ved bo
her' hussitnd andl inue children.I thrcs
soins andiu six da ughlteris: .\iirs..\l att .i
Wad ll i, .\t's. W\. j. . iloimes, Mi's
-Hoyd kobo, Mirs. L~. W\ilbumrn, li ssei
Leitha and ituthi, M\essrs. W\alterm, Pan
andu l.'ther C'oper; one brother am
one sister'. The humble and mnassum-.
ing life she lived won foi'hier' time lovE
and (i contidenc ('Or those 'xwho knew hot
best. The funeral services wer' ('oil
(lucted by het' iastor,. ltev. .I. W. Watts
assisted by13 her fiormer'i ':a;tori, I. J1
W\illihais, of Rtochuck, in the Hlapt'si
('m'tiery emsrliiday aft enoon in the pies.
('nie of a lartge antmber of osr'row in'g
fiends and r'elat ives who sincercl3
sy'mplathbize with the hoe eve faily3
Xir'. C. TiL ilOiaer, oif Laiurens, sup.
.11lied thle Hlapti st iiulIpit Sun day morn'
ing in the anosenice of Pastor Watts
wowas honored with an invitatior
to till the iiulpit of t~he First ,Haptist
chitrch in Columbia. All 'pi'esent en
marks and good message t-hat lBro,
Roper briouight. it was br'imming full
of things to he lthought of .in just this
par'ticul ar' time.
Ai'. and Mt's. rL. M1. Cannon, Capt.
J. W. Lanfor'd, Mirs. C. L. Waldrep
M\ess:'s. Yates 'WValdi'ep, Fred Cox and
James Fleming rept'esented the Lan.
for'd branch of the Woffoi'd family at
the annual Woftord reunion last Fri
-(day held at old Taber'nacle church, t~he
home of the late Benj. Wofford, and
foundm' of Wofford College.
Mt's. J. W. Cooloy left Saturiday
mor'nin' to visit ehr son in Ridgeway,
befotr' r'etutrnin'g to, her home in LIees
Prof. Thamas Ci'onch andt famil, of
Leesville, are visiting Mr. J. M. Flem
ing, Mrs. Ethel Lanford, Mrs. L. Pat
terson and Mr. M. Fleming this aveck.
Miss Carryo Lou Higgins is spend
Ing some time in Hendersonville, N.
C., and other mountain resorts.
Mrs. J. T. Burgess and children are
visiting their relations in Georgia.
Misses Willie Mao Culbeitson, of
Nowberry, and Ida D. Garrett, of Gray
The buying pi
of making small
have slashed pric<
rather than do so
With our low<
that you are gettii
the future market
prices you cannot
just visit our stor(
offer you. Comp
are here in great E
what you have al
justified in paying
S. M. & I
Call for t.
have a punct
gas within 6
repairs on th<
Court, aWent a few days with Mrs.
Clarence Garrett -last week. E
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson and lit
tle son left for a visit to relatives in 4
'Newton, N. C., for this week.
Mr. and Mrs, Gihist, Miss Bitoila lan
ford and BMrs, elton 'lanford, of
Greenville slent Sunday w-ith their
brother, Mr. G. J. Lanford and are ex- I
ipected to remain to visit other rela- t
tives during the next week.
iblic has been waiting
reductions as condit
:s to rock bottom, taki
Ired prices, you are on
1g 100 per cent. valu
we can say that with
go wrong by purchasi
and see what splend
lete suits and odd pie
issemble. No doubt:
ways longed for at a r
E. H. WILKI
he Little Red yA
ure or blow-out
miles of Lauren
e road and start 3
Charge for Fre
0O2 or Send~
VICE" Is Our la
EXT TO POST OFFICI
LEHIGH TIRES (Absoli
Mrs. W. D. Patterson entei'tained lier
lunday School class FIriday with their
,nnual picnic at the famous Van Pat
on Shoals. They aleways enjoy theso
ceasions as Mrs. Patterson Is a most
harming hostess and loves to sCe
'oung folks have a good time.
Mr. and 'Mrs. J. 1t LIpton are visit
ng Jendersonville and other moun
ain resorts, having made the trip
Ight-seeing by automobile.
for this. Instead
ions warrant, we
ng our loss now,
ce more assured
our slashing of
ng furniture now.
d values we now
:es for the home
you will see just
rice you are now
ES & CO.
agon if you
or run out of
.~ We make
rou off again.
I For Us
kely Firsts) $8.50