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* cal and Persoial Mention .
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Misses: Mary and Frances Anderson
are spending this week in Clinton with
Mrs. George Bailey.
Mr. F. W. Chapinan spent the week
end in Newberry with his family.
Mr. -aid Mrs. John F. Bolt, Mrs. W.
R. (Richey, Jr., \TMs. Thomas Bolt and
little son Jack, and WLr. William Mar
tin spenlt Sinday in Greenville visiting
Mr. Thomas 'Bolt, who is a patient in
the Veterans Hospital at Camp Sevier.
ialis 'Mannel IL. Blalock, of Clinton,
was the week-end guest of Miss Grace
Miss Ruth 'Black, of Columbia, is ex
i&pected to arrive the latter part of this
week to spend some time with Miss
Misses Virginia 'Sullivan and 3Mar
garet Dunlap returned yesterday from
Washinvton where they spent several
days after attending the U. C. V. re-.
union nt Richmond, Va.
Mrs. Fred 'H. Walker left today for
Spartanburg where -,he will be operat
cd upon for tonsilitis and1( appendicitis
at the General losPital.
Mrs. Nel Jones is U:'ending this
week in Grceenville with friends.
Miss l.ouli 'Eicheibcrger hras re
turned to the city after spending some
time ill Creenwood.
,Mrs. J. V. Uite, c Cipe Charles,
Va., reitrned to her home last Thurs
day after speOding a month in the city
visiting Mr. and -1r1. W0il0am Solomon.
-Ir. and Mirs. 'W. G. Querry and fam
ily, -of Welford, were the week-cld
guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Young.
Their daughter, 'iss Lois, will re
main -here for a 'week as tile guest of
Miss Dois Young.
Miss Sallie Gossett, accompanied by
Miss Frances Hough, spent the week
end .in Greenville.
Mr. Charles L. Kale, of Greenville,
was in tile city several days last week
Mrs. George P. Jenkins and family
left last Wednesday for Clover, where
they will visit relatives for some time.
Messrs. S. 'D. Childress, Earl Lang
ston and William Dunlap spent the
week-end in Cross Hill.
Miss Mildred :Hines, of Florence,
is the -guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. Lane
Mrs. Rebecca Thompson and son,
Job, of Anderson were tile week-end
guests of Mrs. T. R. Little.
Miss Sara 61axon left oil Monday for
Lake Chautauqua, N. Y., going 'by
way of Charleston, where she joins a
uarty of six, taking the steamer Mo
ltwk for ,New York City. Friom there
they go up the Hudson to Albany, and
then to Lake Chautauqua, w1pre sIe
will take a six weks' course -i kinder
garten work, for which she has shown
James B. Terry arrived h1omfe 'Sat
urday after visiting, for two weeks,
school friends at Bennettsville and
lockingham, N. C.
Mr. Jri!e :land, of Wilmington,
N. C., is spending his vacation ill the
city with his sisters, the 1.\Misses Ro
land, on 'West Main street.
Mr. L. 11. Blackwell returnedl Fri
(lay afternoon from I.lytle 13e:ach,
svwhere he attended the mleeting Of the
South Cardlina Press~ associatlin.
Miss Mary Owens, of 'Clinton, splent
tile wveek-end iln tihe city as the guest
of Milss FTmizabethu Young.
Mi'. and~ Mrs. James C. Toddl and
family .left last Tihursday for Mon
tre at, N'. C., .where they will spend
Mr, Oricnl Nichols, of Chester, came
over -Sunday to visit lisa parents, Mr'.
and 'Mrs. fl. Nk-ohols. Master Leon re
turned to Chester with hlim to s1>end
'Miss Toccoa Gray is visiting in Co
'lufibia this week.
Miss Kathleen (Morgan, of Green
%ille, ia visiting Miss Eloise Ciardy
iMr, Marshali-(Burns, Mrs. Richard
Price and Mrs. 6. V. Crows, of BJoone
ylle, Miss., are visiting Mr. nad Mirs.
~. T Latimer for several 'weeks
* Engagement Announced
*Mr. and Mrs. 14. W. Comuipton, of At
lanta, uGa., anounce the 'niarriage of
their daughter, Lois Hortense to (Mr.
W'orrest A. Jennings, 'of Sulphur, Ok
*Nhiomia, on June '17thi. Dr. M. Ashby
.ones, pastor of the iPonce de Leon
4vonuo Blaptist church, officiated. Mr.
~nd 'Mrs. Jennings lheft immediately for
.a trip to Savannah and Tybee and ame
noir at home to their friends 'at 392~
eaat Oklahoma- Avenue, Sulphur, Ok
~thoma, ^ Mrs. -Jenninge is a -graduate
bi Agnes Scott colilego.
Opportunity to Enter Clemson
'e attention Ot young men inter-.
sted in a technical education is direct
'd. to the Clemisen scholarship an
Ineulceynenft sippearinig. olsbvhere 'in
this issue. eLaurenp county is enti
'td to 4 four-?eaf scholamahjps and
''one-year schiolashiph T4st, sesen n
'theofolloWlgn young meni from this
~,~utt~ wr' atr ,~iq~~f ;Sloiert
~ r44r schysfghlps pnd oneiN
Last 6Saturdty morning at the home
of Miss Frances Davis on Went Main
street, four members of hor piano class
gave a recital, most charmingly dissist
ed by MinE Ha-tUle Gray, who sang a
group of songs.
Tile 'iplis showed that they had
made quite 'an im'provement during the
playing with sympathy and grace.
The program, which was interesting
and varied, consisted of
The .Fencers (duet) - - - Weyto
Irene Todd and Fertirude Templeman
III the Orient - - - - Mti a
The Nightingale and the Rose
Prelude Op. 28, No. 6 - - Chopin
iSerenata - - - - Moszkowski
The Ias with tile Delicate Air
Mammy' ong -- - flarrict Ware
Wx'ater Nymph - - - Nevin
Narcis - - - - - Nevin
iecense (Jocelyn) - - (odard
II Ruslignuolo (IM Aly Neiglfthbor's
tarden) - - - - Nevin
--Jane Holme11S Davis
Mlarche Millitaire (duct) Schneider
-Jan 1 'lomea )avi:a and Kathrinie Meng
At the c0los of the lhour, refrsiI
muients were servl.
G. arris, well known farmer,
and landowir of the ik;per pa rt of
the county, in writing to The Spartan
J-urg Herald a few days ago in regr
to a cotton bloom ho had sent to the
lewspaper office, added the following
about crou prospects and the boll wee
vil on his farms:
"I am sending the flirt cotton bloom
of the season. It was found in the
crop of my white tenant, John 'Miller.
Ev'ery a:rticle in
-suite's an~d sinflmie) es
many miscelneous it
ing, You of ciuse c"
several pieces of furnit
This Buffet ry, (
Priced Now q~
Just a few of the highly denh
able colonial buffeta, full ~ist
commuodlous and praetieal eri
now effered at only $27.50. ' lRe
are mide of select seasoned
an~d comto finished In the. fuiie
or golden.. Al have mnfr
7,1e h1as six acres of cotton that Was
Planted April 4 that will average knee
high or better.
"Tto .weevil! have been very bad
on this cotton. We Picked 1,000 of
them on four acres, but by pi!cking
them off and dusting with enlclui ar
senate, we have them under control at i
I present. It is now almnost imn:possible I
Ito find a weevil, and ;mnctured squa rcs
Iare very scarce. I was in another
fle!d of cotton yetserday, that hadn't I
been poisoned, and nearly every squarc ]
was punctured. I hope to be -;ble to 4
poison h11a11f illy crop ilider goveri-i,
ment instructions, and wou!d poi.:on
all of it if I Were able to finl-ane it.
"I believe I have thecbet average
crop that I have ever' had, and with
the boll yeevils elmlxated I would
A lie concptin or a nwor
in1g honirs h11.h!e: foundl inl the fcl-!
Each- year hms 8(5 dlays. A man
oleeping S :',o--. . V.-phi in Ow
couSe of a year ,eep 122 days, liav
ing 213 d :. : 'inw- 8 hori; a 0-y v
jwoid mean 0 rted on of anothe'.1
122 days laIvhig 12! days or wisia
r-2 are Sudy.Then-.m r c'vo~
log d:':ys n;w !ci Ir' D.' .Me K t folio
v:oN r Cly n' -.
I:'': ano iot her" dednC!on of 2:; 1 y
wvh ich no.: !<c'e:~s 2.: d;ys. .pro.inion
ie non maide fr daily unch nd alo v
e1nc fI r- :: during th1e yar. Po
lbcth of, the Iater 'a hour aId a 1a'.
cr 23 d'. f of, the year are now dduct
in belns usulal llowed only Cnod
day I! left. That may either he L-'i hor
day or the Fourth of July. so von see i
the' oor working mian ha' W ne a 1
hard time of it after all.-xchange.
Loose Lea Ledgers, lEtc.
Advert'tiser Printing Co.
All previ'>us record
one immnset disiplay At
the history of o ir 2;h
tomners sch"101 remar1,lIabb
at these ast unding fig
fr'P11I 1 C'( I'~' 11n t I'e )'rncwe,
ess~ wvhich~ enrt~i into perftE''
uire need recplacir g, no) bett<
A Suite of Fir
That Spells Comi
if you wecre to .phice this
most attractive outfit of 1l
full site bow end .bed, dl
chifforobe, having three c
ed with hurls, the resulti
of proper bedroom fur'n
Mrs. Wiliain Blakely
announces the marriage
of her daughter
Mr. Arthur Coke Gaddy
mt Tuesday, twenty-seventI of June
niiieteen hunlidred and twenty-two
Ora, 'South Carolina
The Inarriage was oleminizcd at
lie home of the bride's mother In Ora.
t was made a very quiet affair on ac
:Ount of tile recent duath of the
The( following Lauren county girls
ie attn I d . ig Winthrop mmtiMNIer
clicol: irses .1Ien and 0le (eorg,!I
rena and Anna IWullace, Caroline
'ong, E ! langston., Nel Sem , Lola
'aylor, -'Ib nd Ednlla Riddle, .\iary
oyd, (Ceyl Owine s. Ethl'.1 Stoddr(,
mmi ILou urry, 11ianche Cox, IFior.
zl.ec Si~oCora Arms*trong, 1M.1y
Iaddc'n, Lntio Yonng, Deriic Meng,
innita Wilke.;, Mertle Abercrntea ,
0ladge IBhyant. Daisy Stone, Stella
dahmon. Lona andI Vera Iiald'1n, I'ie I
hek I and .\lr ". TI. T.ri.mceIre.
it00 i iher: (i;u iien, Son of -r.
like Parki, died at [he hC.me of
tobby, he grandfaticr f t he I;..
i Aniel Cull en" en Flriday morning
ine 2:rdl, of lasteltis aged one year,
leven months and three day.,. Ti,11*S
Vas sd:tl and grievous to the youing pa
mi r, he : their b st horn and On
y child. What a sweet eonsolation It
hould he to us to know that lie Is at
'est, for "There is sweet rest in
-leaven". Let 11 not grieve then for
me who is
'Asleep In Jesus, blessed sleep;
ron which none ever make to weo.v."
s for quality and low price a
h'gh grade home furnishing
lisneI1t have we been able t
Toppoitunities to purchase h
Ice dro p---- now couISt e
&no 01i the to take advan~
hcme mak- come inl tonei
canih g that sen ta*tva' disp
r time than prices,
ely Finished Walnu
ort for Your Bedroom
suit in your bedroom you would ag
edroomi furniture tibat you have eve
eser with large plate mi-rror, drest
asy sliding trays. All of these piee<
cing a suit that will 'be sure to conf
ishin'gs, 'This same suite may also 1:
of All Dresses
All Canton Crepe Dresses $9.95
All Taffeta Dresses . $6.95
All Dotted Swiss Dresses $4.95
All Voile and Gingharn
Dresses . $2.95
Special Th'lis Weekhl
3 Double Mech Ritz Hair Nets for
e Dark Voilcs Just Received
25c, 29c and 39c a Yard
FOR BETTER VALUES
re shattered in this
Nvcr before in
o exand to our cus
3r (l-old furnishings
n rew A auri !C \~e wih your ow ~ e>s wIht a epe
Liy i inc uded in t his ' 'bmek to r, imal" drenp of
Colonial $ .~150
Dining Table ?
Here ffs a round pedestal model
dining table thiat Is surely an
$12450 -xcpuonal orer atonyw.
It may be had in either fumed
or golden onji finish. Like all
i'ee with us t'hat it is the pieces of the Colonial period It
r seen. It consists of a is of massive conistruiction, thus
ing table and a roomy assuring long and satisfnetory
~s are doliacately decorat.. service. Odd chairs to inatch
orm w~ith your' own idea ma~y also he obtained very miod.
e obtained in mahogany. erately.
,KES & CO.