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oenlitd' Personal Mention
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Miss Ruth Jones left Sunday. for i
short sta-y in Greenville.
Miso 'Catherine McMillan, of Alaba
ma, is visiting 0Miss Rosa Gray.
Mrs. Aiilie Bobo and LMiss Stell
Bolbo are visiting friends in the city
M,. '1:d Crows, o EdgoeIeld, h
spend-ing sciral days in the city will
. Mrs. Virginia Caine. and two chil.
-dren, of Greenville, are visiting rela
'ives in the city.
Mrs. F. W. Wolling, of Eastover, 1i
'visiting her sistcr, 'Mrs. 0. L. bang o
South iHarper street.
Mrs. 'Rosa 1. Caine 'anld 'lrs. Dta
Gray have gone to Cape Charles, Va.
to spend several weeks.
Mss Eilizabeth Joines returned to the
city Suiday after a delightful visi
to relatives in Greenville.
Mis. F. G. i3oncau and d(1(laughter
'Miss E1rnestine, of Orangchug, a'<
visi t.ng Ar. a(d Mrs. C. 1. Gasq u e.
Mir. T. C. 1'lik, of Greciv.llo, h
, 'pdiing a icw day, in the city witl
his poareiits, Mir. and Mrs. J. It. 1llis
.\liss Mary M. Ilrowi, o1 iarkiidiale
L vsiting h:: Iuncle and - auit, Mr
and Mrs. \lack Willard, in Anderson.
Meas1o. Toy and Ned Ci-.;ory, oi
Lanealcr, have been the gi -. of .lM
and . . . i'. Ia. ->:Geby to 'cra
I1ir3 'Louise Ilunter has ii-mine('
to lier home at Barksdale after visit
Ing Miss -Bett!c Brainlett for severa:
Masters Charlie and Henry Foster
of Columbia, are visiting their grand.
,mother, t1rs. W. T. )D'orroh, for a few
Mr.' and 'Mrs. T. :L. fMonroe 'have hat1
as their guests for several days Mrs
Monroe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A
Moody, of Florence.
Mrs. 'L. W Murphrey and two chil
dren, Isaac and Georgine, of Weldon
-N. 1C., are viWsting Mrs. Muiiphrey'E
sister, Mrs. N. C. H-ughes.
Wyatt Waldrep, accompanied by hih
grandfather, J. W. Hawkins, of Spar
tanburg, Js visiting relatives in Atlan
ta and Jacksonv'ille, Ala.
Mr. Chailes Crisp left Friday foi
Davenport, Fla., to accept a positiori
with large fruit growing coinpany
inanaged there by his brother, .Mr
,Mr. and Mrs. D. iHerbert Sullivail
spent l'ast week at Brevard. returning
to Abbeville, where Mr. Sullivan is do
ing engineering work with the high
Mrs. Gil'bert M. Tyler and little son,
Gilbert, Jr., left Friday for Charlottc
to join Mr. Tyler after having spent
several of the summer months herc
with Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Richey
Mr. anid Mrs. N. M. Jones and family
had as their guests Sunday Mr. an(
Mirs. C.- A. Spencer an1d daughter, Mrs
Doggett an(d childrein. and Mr. andi
Mi's. .lhn Spencer, all of Greenville
Miss ' 'rolie, Alaster h'lioimlas andf(
I-ey larks, of Anderson, Miss Eve
lyn GIivens, of F'ountain inn, and Mist
C!or~a Moore, ofi Clinton, are thle house
After' a pleasant visit of two wveeksi
in iMacon, Amerleus and( otheri points(
in Georgia, Miss Marie IStokes, of
Mountville, accomp~anied by Mrs. II.
M1. H-umbierit and~ little Dlorothy, retui'n
'Dri. and Mr's. Frank I lenderson and
childr'en, Mairgai'et 'and( Jimmie, of
ChesterfIeld, arriivedl in the city yester
day to speCnd some 'time 'with-'Mr. H-en
deo'si' par'en'ts, 'Mi'. andl Mrs. J. W.
'Mi'. M. A. Riddle and family left
yestei'day foi' an automobile tri~p
through the mountains of North Caro.
lina.. On the 'way home they expect
to sp~endl several days in .Marion, 'N.
C., With Mr. and i's. J. 3M. Snoddy.
fMrs. J. N. Wright, Jr., of Spai'tan
-burg arrived in the city Fr'iday to
opend the week-end with Judge J. N.
'Wright and Miss Henry 'Wright. She
swas joined here eunday by Mr. 'Wright
- who accomp'anled 'her home 'Monday
-.Misses O1'adys 'Porter, of Blacks
burg, and Cary Burieson, of Alber.
marie, N. C., are the guests of Misa
Dorris Young -on South Har,lper gtreet.
1Mi'; and Mfrs, F'red Walker returned
Monday from Lake .-'Junatuisk'a where
they spent trwo weeks.
tMr. and Mrs. (Iharold E. Davis left
Thursday evening for ilherwick, 'Penn.,
-:where they wvili remain until the op.
ening of Princeton university in sep
tomibor. Mir. and Mr's. Davis have been
'vlting Mr's. Davis'- parents, -Mr. and
* Mrs. J. G. Sullivan, on South Hlarper
Miss Anna D. 'Sullivan left Monda~y
evening for' Danvile, Va. She goes
to 'Schoolfield to acep~lt the -position
of dire'ctor of tihe T'Iylton Hall gym
nagshtm. 'Miss Sullivan 'is an honor
gr'aduate of 'Winthrop college, class
of '22. Sho specialized in physica.l
MIiss Caroline Miei', of Winston
Saleimg~nt several days in the cit~y
last 'week with Mr. and 'Mrs. B. M.
WVolff oft her way home from Columi
hbin. 'She left foi' Iher home yesterday
accompanied by Mrs... Wolffwwho il'
remain IinWnston-Salem 'untIl the
24th, when her sister, Mika Estelle 'Hin.
shaw, who Is pleasaitly remembered
'here, Is to. be parried.
Dr. lt. -Atmar Sith, of C'a-irlestoni,
has been visiting ii the city for sev
cral days as the guest of . ad Mrs.
W. P. Thomason. Dr. Smith and Mr.
Thomason, who were already friends
of long standing, met at the conven
tion of the Junior Oirdor of fMechairs
in Alibeville last week. As Dr. Smith
'ar eady had many friends -nd -conice
talons hore by reason of the .rnarriage
e lhi: I ;: William Smith, and
Miss Gertrude 'Wright,. 'Mr. honasoni
prevailed iu')on him to come by and
'spend a few days hice.
Card o Thuanks
We Wish, to snceroly thalik our
,many fri(nds and -neghbors, 'also the
idoetor aiid nurse, for .their service
relderod, the niny acts of kindness
and syllpally shown us duing the ill
ncss and death of our darling baby,
\r also W ishi tI hank each one Who
contributed to the heautiflul ifloral of.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bl. MCCeni),
Pincetonl, S. C.
Daily '1 hm.ght.
It taked a I .g tite it) bring evxel.
The sensation c
Three more be;
not be found ar
, perfect accord a
in living room
us from the mal
low price 'and v
the advantage c
antee the consti
on this suite to
see for yourself
value this really
floral silk velour
and web botton
1ISHOP J. C. KILGO
PASSFD AWAY FRIDAI
(Continued from -Page One.)
bued with the -faith that made him
great relate. 'He used the hymn boo]
of Dr. Kilgo to illustrate the type o
man lie was as ihown by the songs '21
had marked. These were songs ex
pressive of strong faith.
B-ishop) Kilgo had a rare comhina
tion of elocjuenco of spceech and ex
ecutive ability, Bislhop Candler sakt
IV-hat :he lad milistered lie admin2nis
tered srccessfully an(d as a 'b)shop I
was painstaking, the speaker de
clared; he -had natural geniu; as we]
as strengli of great.believing and h
believed so 3strongIy that lie preach
The confidence that men plaicedl h
11:1op Kilgo 'was stressed by Bishol
Denny 'a afi outstanding characterik
tic of the divine. Men of large busi
1".ns affi's truste'l and tI-;rncd t,
ibi i I time of neerl, he sad. He wa
le only :sho tuined to by raIl
ioal m:i fo advice an)Id assolat:
he pointecI out.
"The man :io writes character
ide'4, and p-rsomal Influence into t:
hearts of men: dor). Imlore 0than- the mal
who accumulates vast wealth,'' iish
oi) Denniy sai, showing how wea!t:
usually serveo to shackle intiativ
"How many," lie asked, "Who are do
ed Suite of I
~f the Autumn dispi
~utiful pieces could
d their design is in
vith the very latest
was purchased by
~ers at an extremely
re want to give yc u
~f it. We will guar
uction to be of the
idyou can rely up
give you permanent
ome in eprly--and
what a wonderful
is. Has 'full spring
irkish pillow arms,
cover, spring edge
Ing the world's 'work today came fron
Iluxurious homes? 'lhe wise man'i
prayer is, in the words of the 'poet
'Give me neither riches nor poverty.'
L ie 'took tile life of Bisho!) Kilg<
c as an example to explode the sayini
( that mininters' sons make the wors
boys, showing that too much enpha
si1 is placed on those who doviati
Ifrom the narrov pat-h and not oi
- those w-ho accomllish something.
- His fighting ability was describe(
to sho.v the determination of isho:
Kilgo, the speaker showing that h4
was couragepus and would figh
- when he was forced to do so. Th
Iman .wvho avoids a fight when it i
3 forced upon him is out of place as
. leader, he declared.
The years of Dr. Kilgo at Woffort
and 'lrinity colleges iere touchet
) on, tie s'peaker saying that they coul
- never be forgotten.
- The dominan-t note in his praechin:
) was . thical, 131shitop QDentny declared
tshowing his .wonderful wealth of Vemo
-tio which was more quickly ar% &ev
whenl spirituality was to the '('r.
"As I look over 'his life!. I thanm
God that we don't have to depend up1)
ol the tag put on tile trunh of the t re
buwt WVa (,( a truo estinate of' hin
- by his faults, which were good.
I C has fought a good fight, finish
ed his coiur-se, and ke'mt the faith an<
- a crown of righteosnmess a-waits -him.
f 0 - 4
4try for On1
~y- -this living room
The Ideal Combinati<
Here Shown to Their
There is no more attre
living room than with
ehown herewith have e
cane backs are of the
tapestry. All pieces ha
construction and desigr
Arms are artistically ce
than to show this suite
.Rteturn Frqlj faip "B".Natural 14
A crowd Of Laurens boys returned 0
. home kast 'Tuesday fromt a dlightful 1
ten-day camping trip at Tuxedo, N. C. iI
,hrlo Clinton Scouts were also up there 0
-at the same tine. The C'liton-unit
ICIs b'e ball team ldefea-ted the fast
Ti .cedo tean 5 to ;J on Monday inorn- A
-ing ald on that afternoon lAIIrens de
feated Chinton it' a one-:nIle beat race -
which was roWed by Iekie Albiigh t and
Lhollie Kilgo. Another feattire of the
camp was the nick-n1-tamiina of all of the
3 boys. The bayn wh1o Imade the tri) C
tfrol l4tlrcna were (la1 1((ence (Ick:v)
Albr~ght, I)avi j Iaby) 13urnside, Law- a
recl (1,0lic) KIlvo, Itlobert (Boxing)
IBabb, Edmon( (L.I) Lake, .1. j, tl.
lc r) Ad ims. T:tey were "chaperolicI
by Wili--nm (Skeeter) .ray. r.
IN lltAUilt UlC(
ilt (1h DiStic0 ('ourt (if hInIe
F' th e Wiest era *is1tri*e of Sou,'
InI the matter of I". (;. liper. do.
bIs.less as th li nrpt; .\I k;.or Co.
To thl, v I d( tor:a (;f l. ;. -ur r.do
olig bT .r o.
of Ci:ton .n the coln:ly o0; L.:n"
Iu I !;i t fr w :: t . !1 . -h N 1ru1pt -
Notice )l v rv hy 1! ivtn itti. on t he
'd day of Augi;;. A. I). 1922. the;sid
l. ). lir '. doi n husin nca a.- lii --
I)('r .\0',0r CO. was 1 d jely d 1Cdju d
lh:nIkrupt: IId tIat Ic tit ll e m :Inc e
his ceditor n\ill b1e held 1l I Ithe oflice
of the referee. in I.auens. S. (.. On the
ul Pieces $~
suate, of hi2J h~ de c
rn---Cane and Tapestry
ctive-or comfortable way o
Swel made suite of. cane.
trong frames of solid mah<
rery best quality. Coverin
wve removable spring seats,
Sis one of beauty and sut
trved. We would like for
Ith day of August A. D. -1922, at 11
clock In .the forenoon, ait which titue
e rxtid credltors itimy attend, provo
eir claims, appoint a trustee, exatnine
le Sa!(d bniriIpt, Ind trnll Ilct such
her bltsinttes. as may proiperIy coIe
fore sz.id Imeeting.
I~Clr it inllnukruptcy.
unutst 9, 1922- ;--It-A
Greenville, S. C.
Ahyli I Put ('1 Ithl Italty forl. Y
W1rlies N. Windsor, Farmer11.
YarI ago I blought vIre Mat pois
I, Which nIetarly killed our fine watch
)g. It so so a us that wt stIffered
long (i ate withi rats unti iy l iglt
r tt te abuI t i t AT-SNAI'. That's
ir sure rat hiller and a ;If(! on1e."
it'ev sizes, :se. 6.5c, $1. ' -.';...Id
(tIllaltet'd by C. U. Kinledy & Soin,
aullills lIIartdware Co., I'itttnam's )rug
FOR THE RELIEF OF
Pain in the Stomach and
Bowels. Intestinal Cramp
-SOLD EVERYWHERE -
f furnishing the
[he three pieces
>gany, and the
g is of figured
and the entire