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M1r. and .Mrs. (M'. D. Gibson are spend
ing this week .in Chester with relatives,
Mr. Jared 1), Sullivan, of .Cheraw,
spent the week-end in the city 1with
Mr. 'S. C. Wood left' Sunday for the
northern marketk to 'bUy fall goods
for tbe.4Wel.e. Ujardy .CQmiany.
M'. and Mrs. 0. W. Shell left last
week for \Vildwood, 1Fla., ,where they
will make their hiome for the -present.
Senator' N. I$. Dial. atgr'iyed in the
city yesterday froi 'Nlshington to'
S;ent a few days here on ibusiness.
ev. and iMrs. E. V. Babb, of Now
berry, have been spenlding a few days
in the city with relatives .while \1Mr.
Babb is enjoying his summer vacation.
Misses Eula Toland, of Greenville,
and 'Corrie Knight, Of Princeton, spent
the week-end with Miss Alice Poole at
her home in the Pea Ridge section.
Miss Lillian Kitchens has returned
from a week's visit to her grandpar
ents, Dr. and Mrs. . 11. Kitchens, of
Cyrus Kitchens, Jr., spent the week
end in Augusta with Mi'. and M's.
'Wiley Kitc-hens, and is now with his
grandparents in Mitchell, Ga.
'Mirs. iWillie Geer, of 'Washington, D.
C., is spending a few days in the city
with 's. Laura W'. Easterhy on her
way to her former home in Charileston.
Mir. and Mrs. -art. Richey returned
.to their' home in Durham, N. C., yes
terday after spending a few days here
w.ith M~jr. Ilieicy's parents, Mr. and
Lr's. N W. R. Richey.
Mr. 1-ugh K. Aiken, wh'o is doinig
ipost-graduate work at Cornell Ilni
versity, arrived inl the city 1 1onday to
spend a short vacation with his mother,
alrs, klghK. Aiken.
'Mir. and Mrs. Nat 'Wllace, of Ora,
Misses Olivia and Bettie Bramlette, of
this city and Louise .Hunter of Barks
dale motored to Saluda, N. C., for the
LMiss ,Helen 'Boyd, of Greenwood, and
(iss Runette Taylor, of Greenvillc,
ihave returned to their homes after
visiting the former's sis-ter, 2irs. John
Dr. J. M. Fewell, former princival
of the Watts Mills school, wvho has re
cently located .in Greenville, spent
Monday night in the city with friends.
.Dr., Fewell has been with the Jefferson
hospital in Philadel-phia for the past
eighteen months, 'but has recently
joined his brother in the 1practice of
4% medicine at Greenville.
Rev. and Mr's. Geo. 'W. Irby arrived
int city a few (lays ago to visit
their parents, GMr. and 0it:. . u. l'iy,
on South 'Hai'per street. Rev. ir'by
graduated in June from the Baptist
Theological seminary in Rochester, N.
Y., and since then ias held a charge
in the cIty of Rochester. Next year lie
w-ill attend the University of Roches
ter to secure his M. A. degree -before
forn.1ally entering t-he ministry.
Mr. and Mirs. ,. H. Gilkerson had as
their guests at dinner yesterday a nuin
her of relatives from srrounding
towns in hionor' of their *brothei', Mr'.
Sam Sherard, of 'Los Angeles, Cal.,
'who .is on a visit to themi now. Among
those '.resent wer'e L'iris. Annie Sherard
andl daughteir, Miss Ella Sherard, of
'Ninety $ix, Mir. and 'Mrs. Itale Shcr'aird
andl .children and Mirs. Sam Hi. Sherardl
and children, of Ninety 'Six, 'Mrs. Ella
'B. 'Lee and Mi'. S. 'I. 'Lee, of Gireen
wvood and Mir. and Mi's. Y'ancy Gilker
son and children, of Greenville.
Mr.Harold McDowell and1 Miss
Ethel Hlellams, daughter of Mir., and
iMrs. L. T. Hellanis of the .Shiloh sec
tion of thre county were marrIiedl Sun
(lay aftei'noon at thre parsonage of the
First Miethodist church, the cer'emony
bein'y peirformed by the -pastor, 'the
ffeV, 'P. F. Kilgo.
Miss White to Wed
tMf., and Mr's. Wiesley Oldridge White,
of iWalhialla, have announced the en
gagement of thei' daughteir, Lucille, to
George ILipscomb Suggs, of Atlanta,
rGa., the ,wedlding to take place in Sel)
tembei'. Miss 4Vihite is a sister of Mrs.
(H. 1V. Gausque of this city, and has
vlisit'ed here on several occaions, mak
ing krany friends by her chai'ming per
First .Visit In 22 Years
Mi William dBeibert, of Newv Bruns
wiel N. J., was a visitor Jn the city
last 'riday shanking hands with former
friends. Mr. Seibert is scending his
vacation with his daughter, .Mrs. J. A.
Car'ale, of the Birewerton section, this
iheing his first visit to the county in
i22 years. He said that he iwas very
glad to 1)e back in -his home counta
again and to recall familiar instances
of years ago.
All Day Singling at IElden*
Trhere will be aun all-day singing at
1Dden schoo) ious~e Friday, Augurst
25th, Some good, singers ;wlibe'there
and there. will 'be. songs for the old
folks, songs for the young folks and
songs for all the -folks, Everybody is
inytted. tp come and bring their song
REUNION OF CO. F
Survivors if Lost, Cause Giatliered at,
Lan18gston1 Church Saturday.
The reunion of Co. F, 14th regiment
S. C. V., was held at 'Langston's
church Saturday, August 19.
-Only two mem'bers of the old con
pany w-ere present, Geo. M. Hlanna and
H1. 0. Blakely. Three other survivors
of the Confederate 'States army were
present; J. J. Stodadrd, Co. 10 14th
regiment; P1, P. 'Woodruff, Co. B, 13th
regiment; and .1. N. Brown, 1lampton
Legion. Mr. Hanna could recall only
about five survivors of the company:
Ben P. Templeton, W. C. Tenlpleton,
E. W. Dendy, Sam Nabers and WV. F.
Taylor. Mr. ianna in -his talk stated
that over fifty iper cent of the men that
comiosed the conijany were related to
some other * member of the original
conm pany, whose roll contains Ili
Several hundred- attended the re
union and an excellent dinner was
served. The next reunion will be
held at the same place in 1923.
JTohns~oni-Z mmetrnm an
Invitations have been received in the
city to the marriage of Mliss Mary
Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Joseph
Travis Johnson, of Spartanburg, to
aIr. James Massilon Zimmerman, prom
Inent young ibusiness man of the'same
city, tihe wedding ceremony to take
[place at Central Methodist chur h
Thursday, September 7th, at 8 o'clock
in the evening. Miss Johnson spent
'her girlhood in Laurens while her
father, the late Congressman Joseph
Travis Johnson. was a member of the
local bar, and has often visited rela
tives here since the family Imoved to
Spartan-hurg. The announcement of
her forthcoming marriage is of Cordial
Vote for 0. D. Seay for State Super
intendent of 1iducation.-Adv.
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* WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION *
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Tie 'Woman's Missionary Union,
auxiliary to the -Laurens Baptist As
sociation, will hold Its annual meet
ing with Bethabara church, Wedncs
day, August 30.
10: 5-Devotionail---Mrs .1. W. Watts.
Report of Associate Superintendent,
Mrs. W. N. Austin.
Y.' W. A. and G. A. Session.
'Report from Y. W. A. Associate Su
'perintendent, by .\l iss Ola Bramn
Address-J. V. Watts.
Appointment of committee on time
and place, etc.
2:30--Devotional. Airs. C. 11. Roper.
',R. A. Session.
.Report of -R. A. As-sociate Superintend
ent Mrs. J. WI. -Beason.
AW. L. S. Session.
Report of Officers
Presidents of Divisions.
Mission Study Chairman.
75-lillion Camaign. Six Miinute
(a) Our Schools, Academies, Col
lege", Training School. Miss Mat
tie Sue Wofford.
(b) -Our Henevolences. MIrs. Ed
(c) Our Missions. Mrs. Edgar
(d) The Need. liss Azile Wofford.
Reports of Connnittees.
IFlection of Ollcers.
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Endorsed as a Candidate f
atives by Bankers, 0
Mayor, Local New
Others of Homi
We, the undersigned, ki
business ability and integrity
Browning, believing he will ably
people of Laurens county, heart
for the House of Representativei
B. H. BOYD,
M. S. BAILEY,
H. D. HENRY,
JAMES R. COPELAI
I invite further inquiry from
and community as to my merits
ple of Laurens county in the Leg
As I said in my campaign, I
me to be of service to the peoplE
JAMES L. I
!i flour. l lloi
hour that you spend in your ho
plete enjoyment. The only wE
re is to furnish your home in su
Ip but take justifiable pride in it:
show you how to make your home a
re eager to spend your time-because il
comfort. No expenditure is more justi
me to all of us means more than we c
:ify the home is repaid in pleasures deri'
ote are several values for the home. 'I
;many others may be seen in our shon
for a Dining Suite of Higi
le Price .. . .
chase of a dining suite in an effort to fii
irst thing tomprrow and see this wondei
impossible to find a better value. The
running full length, has two large cent,
sion top. You will notice all pieces ai
Dr the House of Represent
utgoing and Incoming
spaper Editor and
owing and believing in the
arnd high ideals of James L.
and efficiently represent all the
ily endorse him as a candidate
of South Carolina.
L. B. DILLARD,
W. H. SIMPSON,
W. W. HARRIS,
any of the citizens of my home
and ability to represent the peo
feel a compelling force within
of Laurens county.
me should be the source
ty to properly realize this
ch a manner that you can-.
>lace where you and all of your
carries an atmosphere of at
lied than one for the home, be
ften realize, and money spent
red many times over. Of es
~hey are shown in this adver
nd one that is both at
~ful offer. Ten pieces fin
chairs have slip leather
er drawers and two spac
'e carved in the Queen