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Narnie, Aug. 23.-The ice cream sup
per at Mrs. Langston's Thursday night
was quite a success, about $8.00 be
Ing realized for the 'ieneilt of the B.
Y. P. U.
'Mr. and Mrs. Claude Burns and sons,
of Selma, Ala., returned home today
after visiting Mrs. F. H1. Burton, Mr.
Leo -Burns, of Laurens, and other rel
Mrs. John .1 unter, -Master Mills and
Miss Louise llunter, of Barksdale, and
Mr. Ralph Young, of Clinton, were
guests at the Bolt lioie Sunday.
Master Edwin L. Bolt, of Easley, and
Alisses Kathleen and Louise Long ano
brother, Edwin, of Pe'lzer, are spenld
ing this ,week with their grandfather,
Mr. E. 1. Bolt.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Nelson and lit
tle girls were Sunday guests of 31r.
anId lrs. Atiman Burton.
Miss Esther Craddock returned home
3aturday after spending a dellightful
week in Augusta, Ga.
Miss Remelle Reid returned home
today, after a pleasant trip to Green
ville and Greer.
-Little Miss 1Ethel Bolt entertained
her friends at a q)arty Saturday after
noon, froin 3' to 6, in honor of her
nephew, Master Edwin L. Bolt, Jr., of
Easley. A number of delightful
games were played, after which ice
tea, cakes and cantaloupes were served
to the following guests: Master Ed
win L. Hleit, Jr., of Easley, Kathleen
Culbertson, of 1kom, Kathleen, Louise
ise and 1Edwin Long, of Pelzer, and
-Sarah Burts, Lyles Stone, Louise, Vir
ginia and Vera Todd, Mildred 'Burton,
Johnic, Alton and Paul Sanders.
Miss Kathleen Culhertson, of Ekom,
has been the guest of her Munt, Miss
Sarah Burts, for the past week.
Misses Louise I mter and Eva Bolt
left -today for Clinton, to spend a
week or ten days with Misses Billie
Gillespie and Mary Bonds.
Miss IEva Bolt entertained a number
of friends at a lawn party on last
Friday night. Those enjoying the
pleasait occasion were: Misses 'lthel
Putnam, Mary Bonds, Billie Gillespie,
of Clinton, Miss Carter of Greenville,
Misses Louise hlunter, Ruth, lva and
Mlollie Bolt; Messrs. Louis Wilson,
Ralph Young, Joe Cordova, of Clinton,
Jack Lanius, of i1ttsboro, N. C. Leroy
Ikiimage, Pierce, Vernon and Edd My
ers, Leroy and Russel Burns, Charlie
Knight and Homer Owens.
Messrs. ''. 11. Burts, W. L. Reld and
-E. Il. Bolt. .ilent u'luesly in ClI inton
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M T GilIdul -NE WS *
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Mt. Gallagher, Aug. 22.---\We were
blessed inl ths COn1uliity yete:rday
wi'ha ce rain.
Rtev. J. it. Maceben and1( lIev. Johla
S;oi, of GretnvillI, have leien carry
ing Cn revival ine t - ting at -o. chur hI
tils last week. T1hiere wera t wenity
.six addedo to the clhuirch.
Mir. M1. Ji. Owin;.;s, of I uirens, was a,
visitor here Sunday.
31r. and Airs. George llughes' attend1(
c'd Jpreaching!II hro KSuna nili iigh t.
C.' et( nd (song -atl a tin to .\II.
Jita Jonca and .\lis P i'Fil lri;a
whoLu ,er r'~ ecently i mari:1i.
31!% Men~ii lptvJ : y n Tu. ~ y
Mr. andl .\ iyd Ciwr, ofe Eltoh, '
v isit 11. ii!:.e ' a e tM .a r
MI '. Ilul ri': , a urd .oe~ha
., ~ 1::' .".: la t'.a inoloir
'n' 1 (. .\'. ek Morrison, Satturday
.\.' v I. I'. Daeport al- Ar
Al I t I,.l .vin o. l A .u ;:dden
Mr(1 . utl. :MysAartin da nh-r
iiif h: .Iiirs: fi Grewood
A'1 ~~' K h':an:s visito t rs in
-.v r al t t ert,.Guy and
Ala'd:o ol landrsi ciidy Marlti me
(lad r TuckJr, of renently.
Mr.;;of .'r 0 Ji.ius aesMrde, o
WNi~ e ;mah:viit e ,mth at ter' is
aidr, Mr;. m.ukort Danotray
We erenvil lad teel Mr Ji
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HICKORY TAVERN NEWS *
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JHlckory Tavern, Aug. 22.--Some of
the farmers are very busy pulling
fodder these days. Occasionally one
can see a big open .boll of cotton. The
cotton crops through this section are
less than one half off from last year.
Mrs. Mary Abercrombie, of Florida,
a sister-in-law of Mr. John Abercrorn
bie, is spending 'a few days with rela
tives throughout this community. It
is remembered that her uhsband died
In the early sprinig.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Inflold, of Wash
ington, D. C., are spending a few days
with Mlrs. Ingold's mother, .\rs. L. C.
Abercrombie' of this place. Mr. In
gold has a position with the govern
Miss Mittle -Williams, who teachesd
school near Aiken, is spending several
days with her aunt, Mrs. Barley Aber
Misses Lona, Janie and Lucile Bald
win, accomlanied by Horace and J. C.
Icague, spent Sunday with Miss
Madge Cook, of Fountain Inn.
Mr. Bill Bagwell, who catches ball
for our home team, accidentally fell
Saturday evening while catching for
the Brandon Mill team, of Greenville,
in the Ware Shoals ipark, and broke
his arm above the wrist, breaking
ir m p
Mr. John C. Abercrombie received a
telegram a few days ago from the gov
ernment saying that his son, Corporal
Lewis Felton Abercrombie's body
would arrive In Hoboken, N. J., August
the 25th. It is remembered that Cor
poral Abererombie was killed In ac
tion in Franeb tin 1918, while serving
his country as a Marine. 'W'e all re
joice with the family to know that
the remains of their son and our
friend will in the near future rest in
their burying plot in the Rabun Creek
Mr. Cecil Madden and family mo
tored Ao Easley last week, for a visit
to Mr. Madden's sfster, Mrs. J. -P.
The Ware Shoals base ball team
caie over last Thursday and crossed
bats with our local team, playing a
double header. The Ilrst gane ended
with the score 13 to 0, a complete
shut-out; in the second -game, the
score was 2 to 1. Both games were
in favor of the Tavern team.
The Cold 'oint, team came up one
(lay last week played a tight game,
the score ending 6 to 7 in favor of
Thursday the linckory Tavern team
met the 'Cold Point teamn on the Lai
rens field and played six innings. Due
to a misun(lerstan(ing with the um
lire, the game was called off, 9 to 9.
Mr. Eidney Bailey is spending a few
days with his father in Union county.,
Miss Sarah Roper is visiting her
EN your motor i
I. If it develop
listed below it is
yeein using the w
Ined valve scats (carb
even r1Unimg wv--causl
lutin of the inbricati
sessity for frequent <
le odor' of the exhiai
ark pug fouled by i
St and(ard"~ 1Etor1 Gai
correeng these di
brother, Mr, 'Pal Roper, of McCormick.
Mr. 1Leury Rodgers and family, of
the Shiloh section, wero the visitors
of*Mr. and Mrs. Ii. P. Nelson Satur
Tho protracted meeting closed at
Henderson Friday night, conducted .by
Rev. Jennings, of Clinton, and assisted
by the Pastor, Rev. W. A. Baldwin. It
was attended by a large crowd at
nearly every service.
Mr. Parrott Ridgeway, of Princton,
dined at the home of Mr. J. *M. Sum
Mr. Frank Yeargin and w-ife, of near
Waro Shoals, avent last Sunday with
Mrs. L. C. Abercrombie.
Misses Fannie and Sallie Brownlee,
accompanled by' 'their 'brothers, Joe
and David JlrowIlee, of IDials, visited
their sister, Mrs. W. S. 11olt, one day
Glad to see the bridge man, Mr.
Garner, back on his job on the brid.ge
over South Riabun creek. We hope he
will have it done in a short time, as
the old one 9i in bad shape.
Quickly relieves ConsItipation, Ril.
lousness, Loss of Appetite and Head.
aces, due to Torpid Liver.
's sick, find the r
3 any of the syii
probable that y
Ad by cylinders missi
ng oil' in the crank-c
ist gases--caused by
r waste p~ower.
soline alone will go
iculties. [This impro
cleanly; it delivers mn
ou1 can buy--andl it c
GINNERS, OIL MHLLS AND H
We have a large and well assc
present low prices. We only .
'Babbitt Files ,
Bolt Dressing I Flue Cie
Belting, Rubber Steam C
Bolting, Leather .
Belting, Gandy Shaft IHa
Flue Expanders Iron
We have anything that should
823 West Gervais St.
>rtod stock of Machinery Suppl'ios at
aention a few of them:
aners Packing, all kinds
auges Pipe,-Valves, Fittings
auges Pulleys, Wood
lovernors Pulleys, Steel
ngers Shafting .
Wronohes, all kinds.
be found in a flrst-class machinery
Columbia. S. C.
O W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
Dealers in everything for the 0ome
The largest. and best equipped mon
umental mills' in the Carolinas.
GREENWOOD, - S. C.
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