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* Local and Porsonal Mention
'Aliss 'Leona Smith, of Statesville, N.
C., is visiting .\Mrs. Allie Templeton.
I.iss OIniRvia 'Riddle just returned
from a tri p to Spartanburk qnd alerts
dersonville, N. C.
Mrs. John Childress has returned
from a week-encd visit to friends and
relatives in Fountain inn.
Miss Sarah Saxon has returned
home11 salfter at(tending (lie sumn11yerl
Chautaumlua at Chautauqua Lake, N. V.
LMlr. and Mrs. Pearce .\oore, of Spar
tanburg, speit the week-end in the
city with relatives.
Miss late 'Padgett, milliner for the
Minter Company, is in New York buy
Ing fall hats for her department.
Mrs. It. P. 'Morgan, of Union, is vis
iting her parents, ir. and .1rs. P.
Mr. and Mirs. i. 'Coke Gray ,of Gas
tonia, N. C., are spending a few (lays
in the city'with relatives.
Miss Loora Iltunte has returii'ed
home after spending two weeks in
Cross 11111 visiting .Miss Suc Leaman.
MI. and 2irs. Earl Wilson, after pay
ing a short visit to relatives and
firiends in Laurens, have returned to
their home in lastonia, N. C.
Mirs. Hampton liunter, '.lisses Sue
Leamian, %Fleanior Miller, Leora and(
ia Mae 1iter aiid M.\r. 'ery Wal.
lace motored to Greenville Aoniday.
Aliss Frances Temiletoin retii u'ned
"'ednesday from .\lcCormick and Aft.
Carmel, whOre she visited friends and
Mr. an( '.irs. J. .1. Adams, Miss Re
becc4 Adams and J. J., Jr.. imot ored to
.Peindletonl Si'lnday anud spint the day
with -Dr. Adams.
Mi'. and :.lrs. W. Clyde Fowler, of
Greenville, spent the week-end in the
(1t11sBguests of .'. Fowler's mother,
Mirs. W. .1-. Fowler.
Friends of Mr. W. C. Waldro;p will
be sorry to learn that lie is very ill
of pneunionia at his home on Hast
Mr. J. C. Shell has ;been quite sick
at his home for the -past several
'weeks, but is showing signs of im
Mr. 'Laurens Pitts and family have
returned to their home in Rock 11ill
'after visiting Dr. and Nirs. C. l. Mil
ler and other relatives in tile city.
Mr. I-lugh Vincent, who is traveling
for the Overland Comi)any, spent the
week-end in tihe city with iir. and
Mrs. C. 'P. Vincent.
'MI. and [Mrs. 'I. W. Vincent have re
.1urned to their liome in Orangeburg
oafter visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Vin
cent for the past week.
Mr. and Airs. W. A. Burgcss, of Ca
teechee, spent tle week-end in the city
with their brother and cister, Mr. and
Mirs. C. M. Burgess.
1 Miss Annie Wells Simpson, who has
ibn spelding tihe past week in the
city with Miss Irene -Ray, returned to
her home in Jacksonville, Pla., yes
Mr. C. E. Nicholls has recently re
turned home after receiving 'his hon
ou'a'ble discharge from the Naval Hlos
(ital sei'vice and is back again at his
duities with the Nicholls studios.
Mr. M. C. W~illiams, of Birmingham,.
Ala., has been spending his holiday In
the city with Mirs. 'Williams at the
home of heri par'enits, Senator and Mr's.
N. 13. 'Dial.
Gov. and 'i's. RI. A. Cooper wer'e
here y'6sterday having come to the city
to cast their 'ballots in the state and(
county elections.. While here they
were. Ihle guests of friends.
Mir. and~ Mr's. 1P. W. Milleu' andl chil
dIren attended the iHuff f'amily r'eupjlon
'which wvas held atthue home of iri. and
Mrs. Frank t..Muff near Piedmont on
'Mrs. 'Mary Fiuller' Stout, who has
boon visiting hei' father, Di'. l~. S. Ful
Ice', and sister. .Mu's. Janie Davis, duri
ing the summer has withi her little
(laughter, Joso~ihine; returnedl to her
'borne in iXashington, D. eC.
Miss ildred 'dochi'aii -and Miss
Sadie Wilson of Caniden, Mesars. An
dre0w H 1-l, Jamdsi'tlfld. ...Wil
11am 'Hill went over to 'L4urens Fi
day night to the (lane At the Lau
rens H'otel. The par'ty was chaperon
ed by Mt. W. 19. 'hill.-A'bbevillo -Press
Mr. anhl Mrs. 1W. RI. McCuen,, Mr. andl
airs. Fleming Jones, 'Dr. and Mrs. R.
rE Nuighes, Mr'. and Mu's. J. W. Todd,
Jr., Messrs. C. lH.oper and A. C.
Todd madeo up sever'al parties that mo.
Stor'ed to Montireat, N. C., Sunday where
they wvent to hear a sermon aby 'D)r.
Campbell 'M'ofgan, the noted -10nglish
New Ready-to'Wear Store
Announcemenlt may 'be found on an
other page of this paper of "Blatson's",
a niew ready-to--wear and mIflinery
store to be opiened in Laurens. The
store is to be operated 'by L, T. Bata
sonl, who has a similar business' In
Greeniville. A formal opening of the
establishment is to take place TPhiur
day evening of this week, .to which
ue has inyited all the ladles of ihau
rns twd'Vieinity to attend.
To Wed in October
Mr. and Mr.,s. Benjamin Arnold Sul
livan have announce (the engagement
of their daughter, Mary Dudley Sulli
van, to William" Frank Tatum, of
'McColl, the wedding to take 'place iI
October. '-Niss iSullivan is a graduate
of Winthrop collyge and has been
teaching schodl for the Inaist two years.
A number of social aftairs will .be giv
en in her honor during the coming
weeks, and the wedding will be an
event of ver ywide interest.
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. V. P. U's. Ha111-e Outing
Members of the 11. Y. .P. U. 'of the
First 'Baptist church motored out to
the grove surrounding Prospect church
'Friday evening 'Where they spent a
ileasant iour together and then en
Joyed a "Wiener Roast", the latest
fad inl popular entertainment.
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Miss Annie Louise Green, of New
berry, and Mr. .1. Gary Lartin, of this
city, were happily 'married by Rtev. C.
T. Sqiires at his home in this 'city
Saturday evening at 7 o'clock, several
friends of the young people being
present. After the ceremony the
bridal pair left for a short honeymoon
in ,North Carolina, returning to the
city last night.
Enterfinined for 3Miss McPhail
On last Tuesday afternoon, Miss
Brucie Owings entertained at a love
ly tea in honor of Miss Lucy McPhail,
'-whose marriage Is to take place inl
Septemer. Thc spacious home was
beautifully decorated with cut flow
era and ferns, which were used in pro
fusion. The dining room 'was lovely,
tle color scheme being yellow and
white. Alasses of marigolds and
cleimatie were effectively arraiged in
a sliver basket ,o11 the center of the
table, while four silver vases wer(
placed on each corner with the mai
-golds and clematis.
As the guests entered they were met
by :.1esdames L. (. Balle, E. ). Eas
terby and ). A. Davis. 'lihen they
were ushered into the librai'y by Mrs.
R1. .H. Roper where they were greeted
by the hostess and her mother, Mrs.
J. C. Owings, Mliss Lucy McPhail, 'llrs.
Nim 1. Sullivan, Miss Mary Sullivan,
'Mrs. Frank Reid, -Mrs. F. 1. Marchant,
irs. Hilubert Fanning and 'Mrs. Con
'way Jones, of 'Fountain liiii. Those
entertaining in the library were (Miss
es Frances Davis, :Hattie Gray and
Mesdames B. iC. Jones, G. L. Knight
and R. F. Jonel.
The guests then passed from the Ii
brary into' the dining room where
Misses Eloise 'Miller, Jani .HIlolmes
Davis, Frances Knight and Ada Cath
erine Owings served Ice cream, cake
and mints. Mrs. T. N. Barksdale and
'Mrs. Eugene 4Hudgens presided in a.
very attractive manner at the, dining
table where they sliced the cream to
,be served. The guests were enter
tailned in the (iling rooi by Alisses
iPearle Clardy, Alleene Franks and
As the guests .passed out of the din
Ing room .\lsses;\.Nfary 'Owings, Martha
'Barksdale and Mae Jones pinnedi the
(dainty F'rench corsage favor's on each
one. Misses Sadie Sullivan and Hlat
tie Kate Easterb~y then ushered the
guests into the drawing room wvher'e
they wvere ser'vedl punch by 'Mlisses
Juanita Wilkes, Mlary Rtoier' and Mari
garet 'Lake, while Miss ilenry Wrighit
andI M0.\leamfes E. 0. Anderson and E.
'W. Machen cnter'tainedl the guests,
Latta, Aug. 27.-Thursday afternoon
at 'ive o'clock, Miss Isla Coleman and
Samuel Jlunlter Bl'akely of Ora were
married at CatIlshi Baptist church,
albout -five miles nor'thwvest of Latta.
The wveddhing wvas marked with beauty
and simpilicity. A
The church was diecorated In grecen
and gold, ferns, twvining vilnes, mar'i
golds and candl~es -were used in .pro0
fusion. -Pedestals cap~ped with bas~kets
of mfaigoldls and bowvs of tulle added
to the dignity of the pic'turo. Trho
ceremony wvas performed liefor'e a,
mounid of gr'eens' surmnountedl.,,wit,,h
diflvpr candelabra 'ifilled with ~ diden
:Prior to the ceremony, a priogr'am
of music for the piano and violin was
rendered b~y eGslndaes -W. J. Siuunten
lin and E. 13. Berry, Jr. Several vodal
selections were given by Miss Mildred
Smith 'and Ai's. iH-. iF. Easter'lin'g. 'When
the strains of the bridal chorsui froQm
~Lohengrin were sounded, .the uphers,
Hlairy Sellers, ?iiack Atkins. a ,d ;Clif
ton Allen and LeRoy Powell;. eltered'
aiid took their plades on eadh 'aide eot
the altar, Followings the usheod tamo
tihe following -llridesmaids and:ggo~is
men: Miss Nell Clement of 'Honoa
.Path with S. 'H. Byrd of Ora, Miss. Ju
lia Finley of McCormick with R. H.
'yleaming of Oita, 'Miss Mary Blakely of
Ora with J. iH. Cr'awson of 'Winnsboro
and iMiss Nelle Coleman with C. f}
Allen of fLatta. Next came tile dame of
honor, IMrs. 'M. --L. ISmith, of .Starke,
Fla.,., sister of the bride, followed, b
the maid of hionor; Miss Leila Coleman.
'Little Caroline 'Parham carried the
ring' in, a big White~ irose -followed. by
the flower girls, uMiry ILouise andi
Elhoise Hayes, wiho scattered'rose peOt
als along the bride's path. The bride
entered with her father, John D. Cole.
man, who gave her in marriage. The
bridegroom entered with his best man,
Mr. Blakely of Ora, and the imipres
sjive ring ceremony was performed by
4he Rev. W. C. Allen of Dillon. Then
to the notes of -Mendelssohn's wedding
march the bridal party left the church.
The bride was 'attired for travel in
a suilt of blue with gray accessories.
11er hat wias particularly becoming
and her corsage was a shower of bride
roses and valley lillies. The brides
maids wore taffeta dresses and carried
bouquets of ferns and yellow flowers,
Immediately after the ceremlony \ir.
and 'Mrs. Blakely left for a wedding
ti'll) to the mountains of western
A reception was tendered the bridal
party on the evening prior to the wed
dhig by .Mr. and Mrs. .lohn D. Coleman
parents of the 'bride.
Kinowledge is tihe only possessionm
whilh lcalnnot be taken froi t Imiai,
whatever misfortunu may befall him.
One reason the
so gradual. Yo
standing and lift
As a matt
can know how 1
the Hoosier in I
What the Hooi
When you owni a
your work in half the
You are sav'sd mIle
theve is not nearly soa
to do~--and- because th<
convenience, hich adj
All your necessar:
Work-table. You do y
big, clean working spa
There Is No Subi
are protected ~y paten
anything that will tal<
Secures ('ontract in Clinton
Mr. AW. J. Coney, local lm)lbilng Con
tractor, was the successful bldcdr last
weVek for the lumbilg work for Mr.
1,. G. Fuller's -handsoio scidence at
Clinton. The contract was one of the
largest given In this vicinity iI recent
nionths and a number of contractors
bid for the work, including contractors
from as far away as Auguista.
Colors az Medicine.
The respons!veiess ol tie physical
organlism to (lmnues of (olor is a he
lief th.is isr'efeld in the cistomis of
mNiy Ieoples. From ihe eiarliest Itmes
It haIs e'ni tho pratlIce of the Chinese
to clothe victils of S)ililpox inl (ar
mine. In Tonkinl chil dren with m11ea11es
are pitinted red, while in Spitin the
traditional prescription for the same
malhudy is a red shirt. and red syrup.
Grced of Irish Lions.
!11.( u bred In confinlement more
succesf'ully il the Dublin Zoologieal
gardens thimi anywhere else in the
u do 't ralz the mi
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d ter ow ktcen
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