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* L4al and Personal Mention *
.-Mr." Carter Price, of Barnwell6 was
In the city lat week visiting .friends.
Mr. Thonas C. Bolt returned last
Mrs.. Leater. Hnight, of Portsmouth,
Va., is ..visiting her parents, 'Mr. and'
- 01rs. C. H. Ropet'.
' Mrs.- '.- C. Switzer and daughter
Katerine, spent several days last
\veek tn Spartanburg with Mr. Switzer.
.Mr. Paul .Lake, of Sanford, FaL,- is
spending' his vacation in the city with
his- parents, Mr, and -34 D,. Lake.
Miss. Doris Young . Jay for
'Welord where she .wi L.a wek.
-visiting'Miss 1L41s Qile
Mr. ,Th'omas'.. 'Watts, of isville,
, t isitiig fends aid
.Mr. J..fLeeoLangston, of Union, was
In the -it Ouuday n a brief visit to
his 6hiId6i here.
- Mr. S. , H 1 ,, qo Knqxyilge, Tetyn.,
s-pent' the week--end in the city visit
ing- triendg . -,. .. . -
Mr's. .1' ;- MdLees- and children, ot
*reenyhod': ye -i th6, dity visiting
Dr.ani Mrs.,: ..on Jon s.
Miss. 'Martha . Saxon has gone to
Charleston. to spend .several weeks
with rel~ivug. ' - ' -
Mr. E. 'IV '.Minter; vtho underwent'an
operation in f)qiLmore several weeks
ago, is expeated' home ?t.his week.
* .Mr. an'd -M M .'tA'TXileIr' and Miss
1ijLs Fiar* ttende 'dihiamenceinent
at CIemsot~ cqIlege'djat week.
Mrs: Gorrie d.: Kennedy and Miss
Frances Kennedy ' left Saturday for
an , extended northern tour.
MIrs. and 'Mrs.' Theodore Crews, of
Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs. John Crews,
6f Columbia are visiting their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crews.
Mis. Lizzie Garlington and daugh
tdr, Miss Annie, of Greenville, are
Avisiting .r. and Mrs. A. A. Garling
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Crews, of
Greenville;,spent the week-end in the
city with (Mr. Crews' tparents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Crews.
Robert McCuen left the city Mon
day night -- for Chattanooga, Tenn.,
where he -will join the Redpath Chan
,tauqua for the -balance of its season.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Richey, of
Columbia, were in the city 'Saturday
vis ting Mi'. Richey's parents, 'Mir. and
W. R. .Rlohey.
Mr...and Mrs. F. M. Smith left yes
terday morning for Lake City, where
they will v'ilt Mrs. Smith's, sister,
tMr. Hoyt Camp returned to Dailing
'ton -yesterday after spefiding severat
day's in the city with Mrs,. Canip at
the home. of her mother, Mrs. J. N.
Mirs. H. W. Laws and. little son,
Douglas, hav.e ieturned to their hone
in Louisville, Ky., after visiting their
eparents, 'Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Sullivan,
for seVernl weeks.
Mrs. H. S. Kennedy and Miss Fran
ces Kennedy - have joined the Elliott
Tours ait ashington, D. C., on their
Great 'Noithern Tour, visiting New
York, Albany, N'iagar'a F'alls, Toronto
and other points.
,'Messa Henry Gains, of Centr'al;
Bill Middleton, of Clemson; Hugh Fos
ter, of Siar'tanburg, and Dan Coleman,
of Chappells, spent a few days with
their classmate, Edwin ~Fuller', on
Aliisseg. Eloise Clardly and Rebecca
Adams elpft theo city .Monday for Sum-'
ter whete~ theyr Will ,be guests at a
hous' lparty yl~ bMiss Maintzie
Richardson. 'ihy will 'reti-rii in about
'h'urudAy to thr'U:.''S'Vetei'ans' Hoes
pital .at :Camp Sevier; Greenviu,,e
whero he will continue receiving tr'eat
mont for the effepts of 'being gasses.
Accompanying Mr. Bolt to Greenville
ere several. mnembers of his family.
* Mr.. and 'Mrs.- J, Ei. -Philpot motored
to ,Columbia 8Sinday where they will
attend ftbe commencementt exlercises
of : the 'University of South Oarelina.
They will return ,to the..city .today...w.th
their samum Nash,. who. receivqsa..hia..des
gree from the univ'ersity. -
Disitssing Accident .to')- hIld
A-distressing accident took *lace
at the hoid of 'Mr.' and Wi 60
I'asterby. Cfonday morning "heh Whit'
youngest elfil(1, 4farriet~ uat a ilved
at the age fZ three st' - 'the
sharp 'pointr dh ice *f e6ne zeye.
The little gOi wa I. to 0een
villp ."f etreatment ,at
been held lybot~day aiRiIBYut no
report had 'Aeen,liear4 ig~it yes
terday ,evening. Phiystiins had 'pre
vfoti011'aid ihat in 1ltobbilt'tiq
sh~a e'i~ iitqu4 be1gho ~
eye t41l, - -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bird, of
Sangatuck, Michigan, announce - the
engagement of their daughter, Hazel,
to Mlton'A . Sullivan;' son of Mr. and
Mrs. Willian Dunklin Sulliyan, Sr.,
of Latirdis county, &outh Carolina.
The wedding Is 'to take place In July
of this year.
Miss--Bird is a graduate of Miciri
gan State Normal college, Gypsalanti,
Mich.J Mr. Sullivan is a graduate of
Georgia. Tech. -le resides at -Rethle
hem, Pa.; where .he haa ibeen employed
as al eiieer for the past three and
' Engagentent'* Announe'
i.usdmen brt IW. Gopeland and
Earl0 O :ei entertainod a number
of- guestJast vnght at a poreh party
given at'the ihom'e of the former. An
abuftdahii''bf 'niasturttiums vere uhe'd
In decdgeig the porch - where. the
guests enjoyed sev'eral games '-of rook
,before lit1e6Mist Mary Ellen 'Richard
son; dressed, as 1"Cutpid' .Iresdatted
each guest with g card.annouge g the
engagement of Miss tHarriet-Silivan,
of- this oilty, and Mr. Harold Davis, of
Pennsylvania. A dellcious salad
course was then served by. the
Miss' Sullivan has recently returned
from Now York where she finished at
the White Bible School where Mr. Da
vis was also- a student. .They- expect
to go to -Princeton University the com
ing winter where Mr. Davis will com
plete his course at the seminary. The
marriage will take place on July 27.
iUNCAN XUIDEHR TRIAL
SET FOlt TODAY
T, C. I.uncin to be Tried Today for
the Diath of Riley Havimond Near
The sum-mer term of the court of
general sesslonip, presided over by
Judge FraiIk _ ' -Gary, of Abbeville,
conVened'heie"Monday morning 'facing,
in'addition',to the crowded q1cket, the
sinu'lar Aroblerm of providilig funds
with which t6 operate the cou'rt.
Soon after the grand Jury became
impanelled, Judge Gary, whose atten
tion 'was directed to the fact that funds
approbriated for court expeirses had
been exhausted, charged the jury that
they ihnst provide some iethod "of
raising the funds necessary to hol-d-the
court before It could progress further.
This problem -was solved by the grand
jury after a conference with the mem
bers of the"'couAty delegation.
The case of Tom Duncan, who-s
charged' with murder .in donnection
with the death of Riley Hammond on
April 5, was set for trial this morning,
according to an agreement reached by
'SolIdi'tdr 'l3ackwell and 'lessrs. Fa
therstone and Knight, attorngys for
'Duncan. This case has alieady at
tracled conilderable a'ttention, and
many ,are speculating on the defense
that will .be, put up by -Duncan. It is
repiorted that he will make a plea of
self defense. tHammond, it is said,
was found 'with a -pistol in his hand.
The shooting took place in the yard
et Duncan's home.
A charge of violation of the prohi
bition lawv against Duncan wgs post
poned tintil after he is tried on the
mu rder charge. The apostponement
was' granted .by the court 'at the re
quest- of his counsel. . IH. .D'uncan
anti Walter Rowell, of Bargberg, who
we~re "indicted' in colinection with the
samd offeiise; were trie'd separately,
R'oiell' beingr found not -'uilty and
tenc6 img~se'd upon IDyncan was that
Duncan 'having plead guilty. The sen
*he servA 5"mionths on thd coihty chain
gang or 'pon the expiration of 30 days
se'rvice iinti Nz~pm the piiyment of $150
the balance of ti1gpernc'.ibe suse
pended('dtiring$- god" Ibhho'utr. -'
.The deferijeof-Rowell- linhis 'case
was that h~e war. pItloggd by E. H,
Dunca t nligr grans5ort hjm
, iggas. b tai,tat de had so
q9Wlgdge .t twie: time. that whiskeS"
wa,in ihe cara' After comingchere.'the'
aaryepvnetieop iith the <:Whiey on
his .pr~lmlAa Jjasected .tjbe.:ahown
J.jW -i, who was tried at the las
agai od " 5'; mtriisoul
.~ Ster tirty dys'. on
' -the 'setac'd eats
and battery 4nd was sentended to serv
eight years in. the penitentiary. or o1
the county chain gang. This ease de
veloped out of an assault made or
Susie ,Bryson, colored, on 'May 10th
near Madden Station.
The following men, charged wit!
violation of the' prohibition law, trie<
in thei' absence and found guilty
Ben Jackson, f1fugh Jackson, Henr
Claidy, -Lowis Jackson,..and Fletche:
Hill. Sealed sentences :Wei-e hahded
down by the judge in ea'h case.
"Some a bbge"
The Advertiser was made the re
cipient Saturday 6f a carbbage wegh&
Ing 17 -pounds, one of the largest ever
grown in t'his county. MIrsg W. P
Poole, of the Tyllersville section ol
the county, ia whiose garden the cab.
bage was grown, said that it was -bul
one of 'many others, not quite as large
for her garden has this year produced
a bumper, crop. The cabbage attract
ed considerible interest fi-om farm.
era (both. from the country #nd those
of the front porch variety) and al
conceded, after examination of it tha
it was "some cabbage".,
May Open Marble Yard Here
'Mr. J. W.- Cartledge, of Spartanbdak
was in the city Saturday looking orer
the 'town with -the view of establish
ing a marble yard here. . He, paid tha1
he ha& several p.laces uider consid.
elation, but that he liked'taurus a
hpia al t-i'
stntft hs, I
-serange t uaeatoinllY
thathe .would probably locate
L here. le exPects' to cater not only to
loca' business, but to all the counties
k around here -and expects to do work
of the highest 'grade. - He says that
he has expert workmen and will be
L ,able to compete with the best marble
I works in the country..
County Grain Ctoni Good
That fine yields or oats 'aid wheat
are being made in the county is indi
cated by the reports of many farmers.
Among the reliots of bumper:crops is
thai ot 39 1-2 bushels .of weat raiscd
on one acre by George C. 'Hopkins.
Another report that has reached the
city is that of 691-2 .bushels of oats
made on one and a half acreis. It Is
expected that the next few days will
find the harvestiig of the other record
breaking crolps of grain. on farms In
Help . Frem the Ne'ghbo--.
...There are, few. things .more t .ntalis
Ing. to a man - than to', go, hone with
something o). -his mind he wants to
ecold about and find company visiting
there and be obhlged toeact *I;
Yqs, We .Remenber.
Nearly always when you. hear -the
lusty. wall of a boy :With1 qpprgy. plus
*kIpg tbe riri.,o. cOn.,lpq.o.k Ap. a, the
window and. And f woman's hond at
the seat ovf his trouble.-rie Live
No room i
detail of de(
niture is sele<
* harmonize wi
which it is to
you allow us
* (dobtainedl in suites'
- of pieces or in ind
- all ipobabil'ity it
* &ladd a (hinity Van
the suite you all
ever, as no other
receives the conisis
-pur. - No matter how
-apot eq'uipped 3
" 2'- nt asgood food,
sub~'I of rAlaxatioi-th
stae gy 4 ig o
'r. Edia. Ray,. ,0. Ons
Mrs. Edna Rdy Mi .1 ,i6 BoIt
Mr. Susan Uohnson Ca'befle (rjjFtj
Mrs. Susan Jphnson, Cathqh9jp fit
Mr. Bertie M#Age:ar'is, Robert Aiken
Mrs. (Bertie Mac Harris, Trattic (,ray
Mlr. Mary Uib Willian lae
Mrs. A1ary Laib. -Sarag i4ghp
Pianist Pauline Clark
The caste will also includeA ve-t
Mr. and Mrs. 2oIly..Tickk'sthikr*x.
Dne of whom' iWan infantdi A
chorus of girls dress d iih Al nisk
.Will Teach Suinmer 86.h;61
..Mr. anid Mrs. Hi. W. Gasqualrffd, Me
son left tuhe city Saturdat'-f 1Mdhalla
where Ars. Gasque and hoiIfvi1V-VIM
relatives, 'while :Mr. Otsillie %ill be a&
instructor of- geography - I 'tith -rnem
gon college Stunmer ..sehob. U"TD1y
will retun --to the city dAur it'-iek-.
tcr (part 'of Juty; - 6. .
Rope ^From Mll kweif r
weed has-been ralsed in mabg:ipop.
The Ilat: founa..in fhe pods,v-&ilela-Ae
mhd -sUkhy, sadks 'twist and;'Qanj e. be
used for. Rpinning, "but. t ,
used for stutlipg itnowS.
Why It I. Called Walt-Street.
Wal street, 'New York, deles..
nlame: frOm) the old. wn-l 'fimoegry
along, It In tJh old Dutch (kgyp,. R14
marked the nortliern 'boundary of the
town of New Amsterdanm.
more attention to
ian the bedroom.
rters is every wo
1 if the proper fur
of course, should
ut wtf the room in
>nl we. advise that
rniturle does~, 'ii isI imnpera
t'his .fact ~inin 11e ' feel
well1 e~jiuippedl to fuirnish
ity. (Come in toinorrow~
complete dIisplay of .this
rest is lack ing -if the bed"'"i
ealthy f&ep is as import
aN&t'he mnaitun amount ,
ea. The n0atti'ess showvn n 1
ed to' ineuelsin:sy
.t'seenl it .you- will agree -~
MR. AND MU. PO Lj Y TICKK
ON THEIR WAY
Screaming Comedy to be Given at the
Opera. House by Local Talent Next
Tuesday and Wednesday.
'Mr. and Mrs. Polly Tilckk" is the
title of a screaming comedy to be
Otaged by local talent next Tuesday
and Wednesday night at the opera
house. A east of unusual' talent is
assembled and has been rehearsing the
parts for several days. Judging from
the reports of those who have' seen
the 5ikat rehearsals and heard the
snappy songs, the play Is to be one of
the best ever put on by local people.
The &lay is being given under the
auspices. of Uie Winthrop Daughteri,.
,The proceeds will be used in defray
ing the expenses of some Niorthy kirI
to Winthrop college.
The following are some of the lead
hig characters who will take part- in
Mr. Polly Tickk Ralph T. Wilson
Mrs. (Polly Tickk Martha Franks
Billy Lawson - - Wfiliam Gray
Daisy-Ann 'ray - Frahees DAvis
Mtrs. Senator Zella Highbrow,
Mrs. Bridget O\Brien, S illey Clowney
Mr. Sullivan OMrien - Alison Lbe
'Old Fashioned Girl Ploria Bennett
Father Time: - Jariies Sulivan
Mr. Eva Edwards Anthony Fuller
.Mrs. Eva Eddwaids Rebecca Lake
F Complete Bed
n the house should receive
:oration and furnishing t
ly furnished sleeping qua
and can be easily achieve<
:ted. A bedroom suite,
th the size and general lay<
be placed. For this reas<
to assist in making your se
he bed room may be bed rooln fu
of va rious; numirber~s tlive to piel
ividlual articles. Tn lied upon t
wilIl)be pos.sile to vice. .Withi
ity -or chiifforete to rentarkadl~hy
'endly have. How- m~glt th
kmd( of furi n iue mnd see o u
tent hard wear' that ne.
'ade Felt Mattress"
well fui-nisthed the bedroom may 'b
vith a good 'dependable mAttress.
Pi'eeautiens 'glonld be taken to'dl
rough the puke hese df a gooll mst.N
the!.best grade felt. and is fliinly tuli
espedially at $18.5' and hlen yon't
Line c~ulif' uin'a. A
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