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* aw' l nd. P0rsonal Mentln
Allyn Avice Smith, of Augusta, i
the 9191it of Miss Mary Gasque.
Miss Frnces Black, of Columbia, iF
viNting her coutsin, 'Miss E lla I)unlap
'MNrs. W. P. Worell and children art
t;pienling the week with Mrs. Temple
'I-r. Will Frank Tatum, of MeColl, li
spending a few days in the eciy
Mr. James irby, of Ciidenii, its sigond
ing a few dayd of' his vitcatIon In tin
city '.vith relatives.
Zirs. MarIe 6Swain and atlractiv
children ate visiting friendii iaid reln
tives in Ch-arlitte.
ir. J. If. Peotr(son and famiIly, of
Darl in ., are spendinlog noim'e time Il
the city wiih relatives.
Aliss, Enral DInntla I' left a few day.
ago for Aigusta an1d Idelleid tr
visit felends and rela ives.
Miss Frances Templeton is spenid.
ing scte tle in Mt. Carmel with hei
brother, J. 'W. Templeton.
,.Nlisseos Mae1rie and Kathleen Teague
cf mountville, are the guests of MAu
'Alargaret Dunlap this week.
Alr. and .\irs. Fred 'Walker left Sun
day for Vuynesville, N. C., where they
eX)ect to spenod several weeks.
.Mr. ad Airs. 'W. Joel Smith, (if Abbe
ville, at u visiting Mrs. 'Smith's par
ents, Nir. and Mrs. E. H1. Wilkes.
Moiss -osephine Knight huas ls her
guest a few miles from town Miss Bar
clay Payne, of Bowling Green, Ky.
'.\r. and Mrs. L. M. Beacham havc
as their guest Mr. Beacham'./ mother
Mrs. '1. K. Beaoham, of' Abbeville.
Mrs. C. M. Clarke and Miss Rebecca
Clarke leave early this morning for
Waynesville, N. C., to spend a few
Mrs. Ada 'Locke, of Charleston, with
her daughter, 'Miss Christie Locke, is
visiting the family of Mrs. Lau-ra
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Monroe motored
down to Florence last week and spent
the week-end with relatives, return
ing Monday afternoon.
Mrs. tHilton Hudnall and little son,
Hiltofi, Jr., of Morganton, N. C.., are
visiting Mrs. Hudnall's cmrarents, Mr.
and -Mrs. P. A. Simpson.
Mr..W. P. Whaley, who is attending
the Veterans' school at iWaynesville,
N. C., accompanied -by his wife, has
been spending a few days here with
iDr. L. E. Bishop and wife, accom
panied by Mr. Ross Blakely and fami
ly attended the funeral services of
the wife of Mr. WV. P. Davis at Shelby,
N. C., on Thur'sday of last .week.
Miss Elizabeth Crows of Laurens
twill at-rvc this afternoon to sit
h'er uncle, Mr. E. H. Crews. During
,her -formepr visits -A(iss Crews has
made a number of friends in ldgc
Miss Rebecca Dial has as her guests
IMfsses E:!..th anmpbell, of Atlanta,
and Alleen Shane, of Columbia. They
will both be honor guests at an in
fmmal Uridge arty to 'be given by
Miss Frances Davis this morning.
'Mr. .J. 'Lee La:ngston has given up
his pesitIion as manager of one of the
mill stores in Ulnion and will b~e at.
home for about a month until he goes
t~o andither mill 'in North Carolina
where he neceted a more lucrative
posit ion sonme tIme ago.
Mrs. J. S. Bennett has as her guests
this wecek IM'. and Mrs. J1. H. lHoyd and
children, of Florence, andl Mrs. Clara
Kennedy with her two sons, Lowrance
and Jack, of 'Lynchburg, Va. These,
with local relatives are enjoying a re
union of' the 'Boyd family, while meet
Ing wvith many relatives and friends of
Mr. and Mrs. E. 'H. O'Shields and
family, Mrs. Cecil Boyd, Mrs. May Bell
Cobb and daughter, Edna, 'Mr. and
Mrs. WV. M. WValker -and Miss Efflo
IWalker, Mr. Bee Walker and Manning
-Bagwcll composed a motor party twrho
enjoyed the mountain scenery around
Asheville and (Hendersonville for ;a
few days 'las-t week.
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* Resolutions of Rtespect *
* Mrs. W. D. Graham ~*
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'Whereas, our l-leavenly Father, in
His divine wisdom has taken 'from our
mi~lqt our dear- y th'<,ved friend and
co-worker, Mrs. W. 'D. Gr'ahamn, who
for years nyas a member of the mis
sionary and aid societies of the First
Baptist church of Laurens. Therefore
in'token of our love and sympathy, we,
the members of these societies offet
the. following resolutions:
First, While we deeply feel the losr
of her influence, we humbly 'how 1:1
submission to G1od's wvIll, knowing that
lHe d1Octh all things wvell.
Second, Tlhat we extend to heri lovao
ones ou1r deepest sympathy.
Trhird, That a page in our recor<1
books be dedicated to her memory antl
a copy of these resolutions be sent
to the famwily and to The Advertiser
MitS. 'D. C. -BARtKO9DM E,
MRSB. JANIE~ BAF1KODAM
Sections of Greenwood, Abbilvlie,
DreenN ile, Anderlon, ind Luau renst
Counties Muffer From Siorn I ooi
A ieeting of eliizi,nn til 'melil ';
Greenwsl coun ty hiai been1 <:u ifld to
Ie(L lat Alsuaryn rlrii.iy ofi- , lin It,
co nalder Im ains ntt 111 f ling Py t I e s -; 11,
tho area wrikelin bly th, litill tormo ol
111st1 % ek~. Accordillij. Ill the re t s
from I lha neI'll lilo , e1 ~of th1- nrin
lqr1, partiettlar111ly cf 1,11 111004-r 1)!.t o.
Greenwvood countlly, hlupl(r rp
tII l 1y ruined, loth votton Iind con11.
)uer.lp. on1 (if ?4'Niruiellon.
'le followingl arun, re-t( -r(v~!
by ''lhe Xin x-.Ilour 1 na l15 r I ..
IlowNIE: tor !ibilleat ionl, tell;, of coill
ilns iII the wvorlit dewaiti t d Isot Io;a
f(I re w o f-ouinty InI I!.- 'W a I':
Irm I'; an mid Alirary ection.: .
I ;'lg Il.. a d of the si t ation
wr'tlwo b." hall stormIl in th114 Al"tary
ee 'elon of 1111; iony coon" week, I
Went ptil to -wo for my df nd found
con(dltion; Ihadot bell < xm'g<,-ared
In fact, oll volld iot c eive II. ex
tent of this (IstrucAtion.
"lt this stUI. If, I foIld e' frII ms
of Messrs. W. IC. amd .1. '1'. Algary, IL
L. Itasor , .. T. all d aIlam s Co.Chiran ,
C Ilmkiost I complete (ls Ih'ose men
p-re k~nowa Gmna(r(env"ood cona..
ty's he::t farmem, h: y ;..i.-ing in.
Cr1.1:1. 111d lli; yeari was n1o t c(
ie th "' (' -l -.h..
"I Id not, have timlie to ins)ect 111
of thIIese far1118 Closely, butl weit over
those of j. T. Algary and 11. . 11asor.
"Mr. Algary had about -10 acres InI
cotton, with prospects of a heavy
yield, generally making about a bale
per acre, and now, its result of hall
be won't make a hale.
Mr. Rasor has about 100 acres In
1cotton and his loss is equally as great.
and the same can be said -.of the
"Part of Mr. Will Algary's wavs near
the edge of the storm, but badl-y dam
aged. IMe has 75 acres in cotton in one
'field that he generally -gets a bale
per acre, and he says any prie can
have this field -for five bales.,
"It was not only the loss oi*,cotton,
but all other crops as well; their gar
dens suffered complete destruction.
"I saw a potato patch on jT. Al
gary's iplace that -he said was fine
-with heavy vines,. and prospelts-of
heavy yield, and now you cat.Pot see
a vestage of a vine in the pafhh.
"As to their corn c:op, wll Was
the best they had produced In': years,
nearly all of the fodder blads were
torn off, and in some places tie ears
'were torn off, so large were the,
blocks of hail. I think, with .early
rains, their corn that is in hard roast.
Ing ears will make some, but 40o hopeq
of their young corn. -
im1r. iw. E. Algaiy has a field 'of
'fine young corn neat his house that
followed crimson clover. This field
had prospect of heavy yield, but to
look at the destruction, as a result of
hall, I think it almost a complete fall
"This section boasted of their fine
crops of pea vines, the peas on some
of which were ready to sIch, and1( now
I hey arse bheaten in to thle ground and4111
w Ill hec al most a total1 losn.
"I dI d nlot see allI thle farmI:4 Convered
by this hall1 butt Mir. Will Algary said
-it coveredl lhoit 11IlftyV lher5C far S i th i
ani acreage of abIout 500 inl cotton! andc
he id'(110 not hleve t here would be0 fIf
teeni bales of cotton miade.
"It' is So) late in tile seasonl they
cannlot replant and will be un~ablle to
make feed for thleir stock thle comning
"No doub4, to the cas'ual readler it
wvill be thou~ght that I have made too
d(ark a picture, but to all of these Ij
would say, go up there and look for
I"I learn the 'Highway Commission
:is contemplating the building of a tol)
soil road from 'Shoals 'Ju'nition to
1Ware Shoals in the neg future. In
talking to Mr. W. EF. Algary, he said
-they were not asking for help but'
only -wanted something tot do for their
trands and stock this ft) and winter,
and would like to get'.ebuilding of
--this road and would fInish. any kind
of bond for the faith5l peitormance'
of 'their contract and wouid 'do the
work as cheap as anyone."
FISIITING &NIACE FORL
I MITOIIliT, SA'Y PHYSICIAN~S
I reenwood Second lBaseman Who was
Shot Monday, Still Lives.
Greenwood, Aug. 8.--Oscar Mitchell,
second baseman for the Greenwood
biase hall team, who was shot through
the lungs by R. Clayton Underwood
yesterdhay afternloonl hos :'. flghting
chance for recovery 'hia ;* ysicianis
statedl today at. nOOn, Ilis conlditionl
wvas too wveak for operation yesterday
atnd lhe is beinig given flupipor'tive
tr'eatmnent until it'is possible to oper
ate. 'Piwo bullets are ini hlf lungs.
1One entered the -right side andl is
lodged in tihe lofst hung. Another hual
let wont through his left arm near the
shoulder and entered his lung. e
was also shot one time through the
.After having been shot, Mitchell .is
Al' it bidi'i p I-rty last TInt eu It toriI
4of AIs1 . AIcy MJcIlhall
a. l idc-e''cl of the fail. Afer 8(-.
1 a 1 iJ.ereing inn, a delightfti
issI lattio Gray entertained th
Ii-IJ Ii r of the lo I rtI( y-T lu) Wit
a i'g1h1 tflIl PIrcb party at her hom
oi West NMinill street IThrsdlay itorn
Ing at I I o'clock. Aft(r the game(
wi'th 1(c(![ anid plneh1 wats served,
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Again 'I'litirs.Iay fe oon t
o'clock Mliss Gray ente'taiedII it nin
tables of Jilge , In hounor of )v'
Colisi, '.\rs. Alex. Hi'rsie, of C'olimi
her, wIio was I 'wck-end guest.
nilliber cf xc it gam s i 'a ' - Ve id -
after which deliculots ef;-eshmelt
Announceeint has been iide o
Ihe engagemniit of l issary litdS(11
1f Oxford. Ala.. and .ir*. Frak C
Rogers, of " artinhu rg. .irs Iiud
Nron Is a sisor of c.\lts 'I'. (. S wink
1f this city. ain Mr( . Geo. S. Ian
lion, of Spatinburg. She visite
mrs. Swink here the first of the sum
imer, and made many friends by t ver
'lttractive pelrsonality. Mr. Rlogers i,
1iso well known here. 'le Is now vice
president of the First National Hank
>f Spartanburg, and one of the lead
Ing young business men of Spartan
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Oatve NWliitiig Party
,Miss 'Laura Emily 'Dial entertaine<
, few of her Clinton friends at
swimming liarty at the Bois Terr
Alub lake rhursday afternoon.. Afte
enjoying water .sports, the party re
paired to the home of LIiIss Dial ii
this city to sit down to a delightfu
,ourse dinner. The guests were.Misa
ms Emily Phillips, Collette Griffin an
B. Copeland and 'Messrs. Glenn Davis
lack IH. 'Davis, Jr., and Will-ie 'Davis
For House Guest.
Miss Flora Bennett was hostess t<
number of her friends IMonday ev
ning in honor of her attractive hout
guest, Miss Caroline Lawton, of Vance
After several games and music, frut
nunch was served from a prettfly dee
)rated table on the i.-orch and lateI
n the evening cream and cake wel<
On Wednesday morning Miss Ben
riett again entertained for Miss LaFw
ton. After enjoying several games o
ards a delightful salad course was
ierved 'by Misses Virginia Clardv u
Little .iUs 4I1llIe Ruth 'Mil c
irated her lii't i bIdthd y on .IlnA'A~:,
Xugust 7th when se('tel'taiIned ver
nforman~lly a few friends. Thesu mo:'
'nijioy:th!e fe'atures c:- th l h' cl om('~
vhten all ro-airedl to the d!:n-:ne umoan
.o partak otl(f ;god thi :igs to e:'
.hcui;h the (':uef deiight (if theli:
Tih upon '':1ih u1 e lit tl:ui ieni
lies. At the head of the table amont
>ther prlesentls sat a life size doll. A\i
A\11ll pesons1 whIo ar nt' T('ereste d ii
he liiIghland Ii onme cemetery are'. re
iuestedl to be at the cemetery on t
17th to help clean it off. Those whc
nay not he able to be presenit 01r 5'ent
;omeone in their stead are requestec
:o send me a contrnibuition of at leas
$1.00 so that I may have the worn
1W. 11. 3AJRK&DEIE.
Smeller for a Perfume Factory.
The scent smeller is as essent'ial to
perfume manufacturere as the tea
taster is to the tea merchant. Thme gift
of scent smelling is a' thousand times
morr rare than the gift of wine
mraid 'to have takecn the pistol .awa:
from Upiderwood and to have snap~pei
It several times and then struck hin
with it. -l1e then walked to thie ean
of Berry B. illughes which wvas stand
Ing near 'the .boarding house operatei
by R. H. Underwood, in front of wvhiel
the shooting occurred, and was brough
to the Greenwood hospital by 'Hughes
Mltchell boarded at -the 'Underwoot
Ulnder'v.:'od, who sumrr'endered l
Jal11er T.' W. -M-M Illan soon~ a ftr t
clictin~ g, has! not i 'l ked s ice. Ii
I l Mr. ~.M Illan t hat he had shot
manll and( hid 'omic to surrende'rl('. le'
aside from that he would make ni
statement. ile r'efuised to talk to
newvspaper man. 'Mitchell is too se
riouisly injuiredl to talk.
iSeveratl rumors havo been . in cir'
culation about the cause of the shoot
ing but nono have been veri-fied.
(Uinderwvood is alleged to have she
Mitchell with a pistol obtained fros
thn pocket of Berry 13. 'iunehes' ear.
Dial, Aug. '7.--The seeies of re
vival services that has -been in pro
I gress here for the past eight days will
continue for a dly or two longer. The
ltg- David 1Morri;, of Ohio, has
charge of the services. Mr. Morris
Is a coniecrated man of God, with a
mnagnjetlIc personality. 1Ils discourse s
a.ire cloquent, full of force and loving
ipiety. Much interest is being mani
1 flsted, ad eternity alone will shony
late resulIts of 4.he meeting.
Mir. 'Morls is 110 stranlpIger here hv
ing preached at Dials last sminner a I
l1he haS mlany waram friends tii roughrout0
this scetion who trurt that lie will
eventually ovrcm !al physicall Ian..
dhaps so as to meet with a contilrnua
tion of the wondc.frfu su ss in hi
evin!elIst:( enreer. and it am> -
suiil1mmi will find him again in our1
'i'he Rtev. ''. V. Altinneirlyn, .
'Iilunerlyn au1 1::1Jo EIllt of, the
lower :1rt of the ette, I. er'. thc w
en)d wit'i friends ir. Gray Cout m,
d(iintOute to Ie mta'oS;ituts (of Nor'th
(aro1in1. Mir. .Iunhnerlyn ; p
of this 'harge sevi ; A years .o, .an
hs many fr:Pnads were (vrlad 'o
extendl the "giad had" t him1 arnd
his !itener.tilg famlily.
)r. ("-deCurry, of 1he \anclderbil
fiivit facuty, atfter a br)Iief vI:it
With his parenits. Mr. and MJrs. WV. (.
Cirry, will sail for Euiro>e August
17th. lie will he avway several monthis
and ng,.and, Oce:land, Ireland and
W'hales are to he included in his tour.
.Itr. and Mrs. Smith oyd and Elea
nor Boyd, of Greenwood, "Mrs. EIna
Harris, ielen Harris and Mr. John.
Simmons, of this pl'ace composed ai
Party that mnctore( to Hendersonville,
Mr. and Mrs. .J. T. Gillespic and chil
dren, of Greenville, were the week
end gueats of home fol-ks here.
Dr. 'Marvin 'Harris, of Greenwood, i1!
on a brief visit with his aren-ts, Mr.
'and .Mrs. D. ). Harris.
Miss Mattic Simmons, of Greenville,
is spending a two -weeks' vacation
with her mother, Mrs. 1. Y. Simmons.
Miss Clara MdCall has as her guest
'Miss Ethel Glenn; of Ware Shoals.
Mrs. Ida Curry, of 'Wilmine.ton, N.,
C., is spending sonme time w-lth her
sister, Mrs. W. C. Curry and other
The IEpworth League will meet in
the clurch here Sunday afternoon.
All members are urged to be present
We beg to ann<
that we have n
over the Wells
The constantly g
ply business ,wli
made a move
In our new pla
out our sei:vice1
*every need in ti
Call on 'us for
an electric light
ts bu.ifness of in)Orta.nce is to be
"lIn tis IN ii'e IothIin lug I perrntu tg
ntit cha11inge," remaitrks ia pill losollier.
)urs Is very t'll fing.",--Boston Tran.
Mare a World of Sunshine.
Mars Is a world of skies und b;ight
iunsilne, according to aistronomers.
Sleep Soundly All P
In a Simmons Be
wode be --e sreplace your rattling,
steady, noiseless, built for sle
You It find your nerves r,
-and that's the greatest hell
restful sleep. The new desi
in and make an early selecti(
S. M.& E. H. A
Cd C n1
larger qartermos aBe
Teo ousieplae rxptlig
wodenr abeleto us
1tedycoiele bul. s
-andyth at'si te eretecihe
glob ato ak comprlletl
Cuckoo Lays Eggs of Any Size.
l'or winenaus vilihiiiy, the cuckoo
holds tlhie prze 7 mioig birds. It lays
eg gs ii i ". t osis i othir ir ls; theil
as M1n1 ialls the vto1t1ig, euckoo ha teh,
It 1ift. the oil r n'lxtilings oin its back
find throws thino frtnm lie nest or rohn
them of the food broesght back by their
parents. The cuckoo etuns to h1avin
the ability to Iny eggs of tihe tnite .Ie
as those alrettily in the nest, whether
they tre large or smnal.
esign 181 . in Twin Itar
I-Built for Sleep
old-style iron bed or creaky
end you a Simmons Bed:
elax, your muscles in repose
3 you can imagine to deep,
gns are here now. Cone
VILKES & CO.
Vs, S. C.
>~re fo the re
' electrical sup
ng to us, has
ect to broaden
rical line from
~r wired build