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* Local and Personal ReatW.
Miss Lena Morris, of 'Union, is vis
iting Miss Loree Page.
Ar. and -Mrs. Jas. H. Sullivan have
returned hono after a visit to relatives
Mr. Orlon Nichols, of Chester, came
over Saturday to spend Sunday- with
his parents, Mir. and Mrs. 11. Nicho.o
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Burgess spent
last week in Spartanburg and Gaffney
with friends and relatives.
,Dr. Robert IlcCrady, of Charleston
spent several days In the city lasi
week with friends.
-Mys. I. C. Richardson, of Pinewood
arrived in the city Saturday to visit
her father, Mr. J. H. Sullivan.
Miss Onivia Riddle has returned
from Atlanta after a visit to hel
brother, Mir. 0. 1). Riddle and family
Misses 0livi'a and Bettle Bramilett(
leave Wednesday to visit their sister
Mrs. J. W. C'iopeland, near Clinton.
Mrs. Bell Gray, of Fountain Inn
,pent last week in the city with friendt
Miss Louise Snow, of Georgetown
his been the guest of aliss Sarall
Bishop for several days.
Mr. and Nirs. J. C. Rushtort and
daughter, of Woodruff, were visitor
in the city Friday.
-Misses Pansic and Laura Clarke, o
Anderson, are visiting Mrs. Tom Hen
derson on South Harper street.
Mrs. Tom Henderson and daughtei
havo returned from Lexington aftei
a yisit to her father.
Master Isaac Green 'Murphrey, o1
Weldon, N. C., is the guest of Mr.. an
-Mrs. N. C. Hughes.
Mrs. Duncan Johnson asd children
of Newberry; visited Mrs. Mark Hel
hams, last week.
Mrs. Alva Knight, of Atlanta, is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. R. 1. -Roper, or
West Main street.
Miss Stella Mock has returned honi
after spending her -vacation at. Monti
Vista, Mashliers, N. C., with a party o
twen-ty-one from Greenville.
A. Farris Martin, of Cornell Uni
vorsity, arrived in the city last weel
to wend 'his vacation with his fathei
on South li-arpet; street.
Mr. Allen Barksdale, iwho has beei
sick for severql days, Is reported t(
be better, though not entirely recov
Mr. S. C. Wood left the first of tl
Iveck for the northern markets to bu
fall goods for -the W11s Clardy Com
Mr. J. Ii. Hellams and little son
llarold, ant Mr. Vaughn, of Fountah
11iii,' Were 'tnthrs i the -~city Thurs
(\rs, r. 133amon and daughte
Miss Mary Damon, of Beaufort, ar
visiting Nr.'id Mrs. C. 11. Gastiuv
Mr. Monteith Caine, of Greenville
arrived in the city yesterday to spetl
several dayg' with friends and rela
Mr. and Mrs. 'iec Moore and lit
the son,) Pierce, Ir., of Spartanburp
are visiting relat'ves in the city til
Mr W.T 10. Bllakely, formerly of thi:
county but no0w a residlent of Wrenm
G~a., is visiting relatives at Ora an<
was a visitor in the city yesterdlay,
'Rev. and .\lts. Hlolse Rlamlsauri, mils
sloonarles of the P~otestant. IEpiscopa
Church to I slberiia. wereC guests of Mr
* andi Mris, N. C. 'Iillghes5, last Thursday
.\ilrs. C. 11. Isryant and children ani
M iin Madge liryanlt, of lFounita in 11nn
sipent the week wvitht their relath'm'
Mr.. andt .\lrs inSrn'iest MOOre.,
,\ir. Damon (Gasqie leaves tomorro1v
for Camp Perry, Ohio, to represent. th
Ciladlel in the National 'Il i mtel
condu1cted unde11r dlirection of the 1 Jnl
Mlrs. .1. O1. C. lFlemuing, Mr. and Mr s
hi. Il. CaIne and( .\iss "arrio lem'ciinl
return11edl. Mondaiy from I lIdersonvillec
N. C., where. they have been apend in4
* Mrs.'\Y. D). hlyrd andl two litt~t sons
of Key West, Fla. are spending sev
oral weeks ,with their aunt, Mrs. Corn
Mc.Card, and( Miss 11nezi 'lgenis, 01
Sou1th l inarper street.
.Mri. and Mrs. IB. L. Clardy, M\iss iC~
Taylor andt Mr. TI. L. M.onroe have rec
turned~ to the city after a motor trij
to several ploints in the mountaIns o
Mrs. tii. Il. I lumbert andl children
Margaret and( DoJ~rothiy, retuirned Sun
(lay after spiending last week in Anl
derson at the 11ome1 of M r. .1. -I. i urn
soni, Miss flesale Crows andl Miss Nan
nie Peterson left the first of tihe weel
for the northern markets to buy goodi
.for the Davis-Roper Company.
Mrs. Freddie II. Martin and Mr. IHer
Martin, of Memphis, Tenn., have re
turned to their home after spending
week with the latter's parents, Mr. an<
Mrs. Alvin Martin, of Gray Court.
Fliriendis of W. Sheli McDaniel, -wh<(
hias been ia 'Washington, 'D. C., foi
several months, will be interested t<
know that he is now at Carrollton, Ga.
to which place he asks that his Ad
vertiser be forwarded and ie
dentally sends his regards to "The
Mrs. Roy C. Hilton. tho has been
visiting her mother, .Mrs. Laura M.
MAsterby, loft Saturday' for Green
wood to visit several' days before
joining Capt. 'Hilton again at Camp
Mr. Oscar Henderson, cotton buyer,
spent the week-end at Waro Shoals
with relatives. lie reported his fa
thor, Capt. B. R. IH*enderson, -who is
now in his 81st year, in good health,
being very active and strong for his
Dr. J. F. Dodson, of Ridgeway, and
Messrs. Williford and Stevenson, of
-'Hartsville, who visited Mr. and Mrs.
C. D. Nance in Cross Hill several days
last week, were among the visitors at
the Bois-Terre club with Mr. Nance
Mrs. Bert 'Ramsey and two children
and Miss Caroline Harney, of Spar
tanbung, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. illarney. They camte .down to be
'present at the birthday party of little
Miss Mary Harney, 'which took place
.Mr. and Mrs. R. -Fair Goodwin, of
Olar, have been visiting at the home
of their parents, Sen. and Mrs. 0. P.
Goodtwin, for the past week. Th'ey
came up -to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Earle Goodwin here last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Finkbeiner, Al
bert Finkbeiner, Miss Mary Damon, of
IBeaufort, Miss Mary Gasque, Mrs.
Adolphus Riddle and Misses Edna and
Ruth Riddle compose a camping party
at Yarborough's Mill this week.
Meeting of B. Y, P. U.
The 'Laurens Coun B. Y. P. U.
Convention will nzti at the First
Ba-ptist church, thlWy, on Sept. 6,
according to announcements made this
week. Among thp ,speakers will be
Dr. R. G. Lee, of Chester, and Rev. J.
IL. Baiggott, of Columbia.- The conven
tion is to open at lde,"'clock, an all
day session -being held.
Breaks Both Arms
Master William .Vo o son of Mr. and
Mirs. J. Warren Bolt, broke the bones
of both arms near thie wrists Monday
afternoon and is suftering much pain
as the result. ie, wias swinging over
a ditch by means of a rope ,when the
rope broke, throwing 'him to the
Cotton Going Up
The New York and Now Orleans cot
ton markets have shown' a bullish ten
dency again (luring the past few days,
a -total advance of about 70 points be
ing made Monday and Tuesday. The
local market has foit" the effects of
the rise, good cotton being quoted
around 13 cents yestelday.
Orders Bakery :Outlit
Mr. A. L. Mahaffey stated yesterday
that lie had !)laced an ortier for a
steam bakery outtit and that lie ex
cected to be open for susiness be
tween the 15th of September and Oc
taber st. lie expects to utilize space
inl his grocery store, a baker of long
experience having been employed in
Grenville. Mr. Mahaffey states that
his euipment will be modern in every
resc51t and a cr'edit to the town.
Retiuriied Fromn West
Mr. and( Mr's. -W. L. Gray have i'e
turned to the city after' a si' weeks'
tri't to California, where they .were
guests or Mr'. and( Mrs. J11im (Gray. Mr.
Gray 51aid yesterday that lie was deC
I !.hte w'i 'itiihi his trip out there, finding
b'oth Mi'. andl Mi's. Griay and1( othier ie'
atives, iincludin;g Miiss Mai'y Shell,
very' well. Althiouvh that country ap
inaied to he priospier'Ois ini spite of tihe
strienlgenc'y appaSlrent i'i other sect ions;
of thle I 'nited States;, M~ir. G ray said
that he iprefeirredl to live in his old
home towni and( was glad to get back
- Hrown liitinioin
The reunion of the decscendants of'
Illizab~ethi Watts fliowji and Itobert C.
!trown .will he held at H arris Springs
Fidaly, August 26. All relatives are
ur ged to come aind briing piencie ( dinnlYerI.
f'arid of Thanliks
WVe wIsh to thantik the friends and(
neighbors for~ their attention and symn
ipathy at the death of our wife and
-imotheri and to 'pr'ay God's blessin~gs
iipon them: for thir thoughtfulness,
whieh wvill be held in fond i'emem
brance by us.
ii. 0. Martin and( Children.
The Armstr'ong reunion will be on
Septemlber 1st, and alil the kind red
and friends have a special invitation
to come and bring wvel fillled baskets,
as that is ver'y impoi'tant.
W. L. ARMS'PRONG.
11. Y. P. U. Meeting
Tile B. Y. IP. U.'s of the dlistrhct
comnposedl of Mountville, Cross Hill,
Mt. Olive and1 Mt. 'Pleasant, are invi-.
e d to mleet with the Prospect -B. Y. 'P.
U. Friday, August 26, for a dlistict
rally meeting and spicnic, All tihe
young peop~le are unged to come and
bring .picnic dinner.
See 'Priscilla Dean in "The Virgin
of Stoml-ouii" at the 'Princess Theatre
i Tondav_ Amuut i'
Miss Norris t- Wed
Invitations have been received in
Laurens to the wedding of Miss 'Mary
Lucille Norris, daughter of Mr. and
Nirs. Thomas Manly Norris, of Green
Ville, to Mr. Ber'tram Holroyd France,
the ceremony to -take place Tuesday
evenizng, Sept. 6th. The bride has via
ted In .this city on several occasions
ind has .many admirers who will be
Interested in the news of her ap
0 o o
On Tuesday aftepnoon .liss Martha
Barksdale entertained a number of
lier friends at. her attractive Ifone oi
West Main street. The spacious rooms
were beautifully decorated with zin
ilas, golden glow and ipotted plants.
After several games of forty-two tge
guests received oiin a sirprise when
little Miss Harriet Gray and Master
James Dunklin, dressed as bride and
groom, entered to the strains of Lo
hengrin's Wedding March, played by
Miss IHattie Gray. The miniature cou
ple parried artistic 'baskets filled to
era of red ribbon, bearing a diamond
ring attached. Each heart bore the
a delightful saald course was served.
overflowing with hearts, with stream
Miss Virginia Gray
Air. Carol DesChanits
After the excitement had subsided
a delightful salad course nwas served.
Miss Gray is one of the most beau
tiful and popular girls in Laurens, and
Mr. DesChamps Is a prominent young
business man of Bishopville. They
have mainy friends to mhom this an
nouncenent is of interest and who
wish them every happiness.
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Reception for Laurens Guests
Col.- and Mrs. Steve Skelton enter
tained very elaborately Saturday ev
ening at their handsome home on
Athens street, about one hundred hav
Ing been invited to meet their guests,
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. .Djunklin, Miss
Gladys Gray and .\liss Hattie Gray, of
Laurens, S. C. At the door the guests
were met by Mrs. J. C. Craft and AIrs.
t. R. Matheson. In the receiving line
ewere Col. and Mrs. Steve Skelton, Mr.
and Mrs. Dunklin and the Alisses Gray.
Miss Madora Skelton, daughter of
the hosts, and liss Iltith Jones pre
sided at the punch bowl. A delight
ful ice course was served, the hostess
being assisted by lrs. ). V. Thorn
ton'and Mrs. Dozier h'lornton.-Ilart
well (Ga.) Sun.
Celebrated .1h81I1 Wedding Ainiversary
Mr. and Mrs. James Allen Woodson
celebrated their thirty-elghth wedding
anniversary Tuesday, August 16th,
with a reunion of the immediate Fam
ily. The fol! w ing were present: Mir.
andl Mirs. J. G. Acker, of 10asley, Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar M. .\lurphy, of Iatun
irens county, Mr. and Mrs. J. R1. Yown,
.\r. and Mrs. .1. 1". Garrison, of Green
vylle, Mr. and Mirs. Iluell E. Wodsoni
IBabb Iteunilon .
Tlhe an nu a I- lib reunion of thle late
Melmueth and M\ahuhda Hbabb will be
he!d at talin Crieek Ha itist l hurich
on Augumst :1. I very' membler is urged
to lbe present and brinzg well tillled
baskets. C'omminit tec.
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* FairiIew Stock Show Anlnounnc. e
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The passing year has been of special
note and w~Ill go dlowni in historiy as
one of the hardest years known to the
pre(senit gei ntioni. It will al so en rrv
with it the fact that while It has been
(so-ca lied) ae hard one, yet it bias had
connicted wvit h its histor y more lilo
Comings, Family btunions, (etc., than
everz before - anld as the Itime for the
Fairv lew St Iock Show Is inar at hand,
we, anztici pat iig thne des ire of all who
have been withI u.; before, have dlecidl
edI on Sepitilembe 3thl as the day whlen
wve wIll have ourn stock show home
comuina day, where and when you cani
nieet w ith you r friends, near' and far,
01(d and young andi where the oppor
tutnity On ly occuirs but one day in each
year the interest growvs and you are
coming. Friends, new and old, will
he there to meet you. b
To supplant the boll weevil, the idea
of sowing wheat is being agitatedl all
over our country and our association
hias decided to offer $5.00 as follows:
We ask that every farmer that exipects
to now one or more bushels this fall
to hand our secretary theIr name and1
address. These names wIll be kept for
future references, and wil.l he drawn
for the casb premiums as follows:
FIrst name drawn, $2.50; 2ndc, $1.50;
3rd, $1.00. If too sick to attendi, seni
name andl adldress by one of the tfnm
ily, name sept by neighbor won't cozunt.
The same rules and regulations gov
erning former shows willl be0 enforced
again this year. Reomember its open
and free to all, and one day only.
ChaIrman l. C'ommittee
Quality and Low Price Comb
In This Carolina Walnut Sui
Furniture cheaply made is de
stress upon this point, because y<
ture at a most moderate price.
high grade pieces shown above
finish is a deep, rich walnut, furt
these being found on the be<
Construction is of the finest. TI
you will be pleased at all times.
Our showing of bed room ft
best ever shown in the State.
lowest to be found. Come in ai
S. M. & E. H. W
are an interesting
feature of new modes Pic ori
ened, is one of the
SseCrets disClosed in
e I Pitra RRvewieg
Now on Sal.eatr
Pictorial Review Patterns
Dress 9515 20 cent. toSs cent.
35 Cents NONE HIGHER
- ~No. 9690 L u e
Sizes 34 to 50 S. i
L. 35 cents
ar at any price. We bring
)u can buy good furni
Just imagine the four
it only $123.25. The
her beautified by burls
1, dresser and chifferette.
is is a suite with which
irniture is the largest and
Our prices too are the
1d look them over.
ILKES & CO.
TUE1 O'--PI ECEL
frock of the new
season adopts a Peter
Pn cc*lar, a side
* closin, and an un
usual use of fringe
motifs. Seec the very
Sizes 34 to 48 30 cents