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* Local -and Porsonal Mention
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Miss Ola 13 amilett Is visiting relit
tives in .\rmtville for a few days.
Villiani Vingo spent Sunday
visiting friends at FendersonVille, N.
Mrs. Tuker Fisher, of Columbia, Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Black
Mrs. W. F. -lough leff 'Sunday to ae
Company her sister to a .hospital in
Aliss Lola Anderson, of Spartan
hurg, spent the week-end with her sis
ter. Miss Josie Anhlirson.
Mr. and Mrs. T11. D. Darlington spent
fhe week-end in Greenville with .\Mr.
and Mrs. 10d'vard I.e'Crady.
Aish Claude Copeland, of Norfolk,
Virginia, is paying an extended visit to
Mr. and 'Mrs. Will Copeland.
Miss Mary Kilgo, who is teaching
at Greenville, spent the week-end home
with Rcv. and Mrs. P. F. Kilgo.
%Miss Virgini. CaIne and Miss Vir
ginia Simkins, of U'reenville, were the
guests Sunday of Mrs. Rosa i. Cainc.
Mr. and IMrs. ID. Fl. Wilkes and fam
ily spent the week-end in Abbeville
with Mrs. J. -Moore Mars and Mrs. \V.
Mr. and Mrs. 'R.IC. Gray, of Gastonia,
N. C., spent the we(k-end in the city
with lNr. Gray's parents, Mr. and '.\irs
W. L. Gray.
.\liss -Mary Ferguson, of Greenwood
spent the week-end with Dr. and .lrs
\V. ID. -Fergusoi and Mr. and IMrs. M
- Friends of Mr .T. P. Owings, in th(
Gray Court community, Will be. sorr)
to learn that lie has been very sick foi
- the past few -days.
$1.00 a Week
Mis Avie Mahaffey, iwho has a pos1
tion at the IConnie Alaxwell Orphan
age at Greenwood, spent the wpek-end
with -her family here.
Mr. L'. W. Hammond, assistant chief,
of .)olice, of Greenvilie, was a spend
the-day .guest at the h'ome here of his
uncle, Mr. P. W. -Miller, on E'ast Main
Mr-.4. F'. Z. Z.Wilson, Miiss iLcille Wil
son and Miss Mary Blurton, of New
berry, motored to the city Sunday to
spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Miss Jessle Trotter, of Sevierville,
'Tenn., arrived in the city last 'week
to spend some time with her sisters.
Mlrs. C. di. 'Ilicks and irs. R1. Brooks
Mrs.. GCM. M.Clarke spent last week in
Greenville .visiting her children, A. 1.
and Ed Hart and Miss Lila Hart. Sho
was mresent'at the birthday dinner of
little.,.Gus Hart, Jr.
Mrs. Jess Leaman, who underwent
an overation for appendcietis at i
Spartanhurg hosplital 1ast week, is re
ported to have successfully passed
through the danger period and is on
the road to recovery.
Mrs. 'Flugh Sanforia, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. E' 1. Minter,
[or several weeks, returned to her
home in Mocksvllle,, 'Tein., Monday.
Mr. Sanford cmne down Saturday and
accompanied 'her home.
Mr. Wellie .M1cllaniel, one of Uncle
Sam's rural riders, who has been un
dergoing a rest cure' at his home for
the past. few months, was oi thc
streets last week very much .impioved
in health. On account of a consider
able Increase in- weight his friends
were hardly able to recogni'.e him.
Friends of Carlisle Dial, who re.
turned from a Baltimore hospital sev
cral 1weeks ago a;pparently very muel
t Bargain E
rhrift Club Set
ie te I
done or~ Mail Or
inmproved inl lheal-th after anl operatiol,
will be sorry to learn that he suffered
,L relapse last .Wednesday the (lay Ie o
expected to return to his duties in
Charleston, and has not been doling
very well since.
Among those who attenled the State ()
Fair in Columbia last week were Mr. I
and Mrs. J. AW. To(d, Sr., Dr. W. D.
Ferguson, Miss Besnie Todd, \Ir. Jaies'
Todd, Mr. and lrs. Frank Caine, Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Ro.:er, Mr. and .\lrs.1
10rnest E'asterby, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
)ial, ..MIr. and -Mrs. W,..1,. Gray, Miss I
Hattie Gray, Miss Gla(lys Harris, Mr.
and Mrs. W. 1H. McPhail, Mrs. .1. 0. C.
Fleming and Dr. and Mrs. J. Ii.
Clar les 10l1 K Tonh igit
Much interest is being taken here
in the wedding to take place in Roa
noke, Va., this afternoon when 'Miss
Eidith dHarnes, of that city, is to be
married to Mr. Charles F. Fleming, of
this city. Mr. Fleming left Monday
morning by automobile 'or Roanoke.
Ile was accompanied by his nMother,
IMrNhs. J. 0. C. Fleming, and .!I'. and
Mrs.,14F. i. Caine and Mr. and Ms. Ce
cll P. Roper. After the cerenony the
couple will take an extended wedding
trip and then return to LUurens,
where they will make their homb.
En:iitertuins at Cards
Complimenting her Forty-Two club
and Miss Anne Johnson, of Chester, a
bride of Noyember, Mrs. Henry Frank:;
entertained at cards Friday afternoon.
The rooms were beautifully decorated
in bright yellow chrysantheiums and
the li4loweren s'irit was suggested
by bowls of nuts with 'which each of
the intle tables was furnished. The
bri(le's place was marked with a large
bouquet. After an hour of playing, a
1salad course wiIl coffee was served.
:h of Fi
IS' FOR ONE DAY
as Ou Supply is Li
Surpr1se for Pastor's WVife
31rs. P. F. Kilgo, wife of the pastor
the First 3Methe st clchurch, was giv
ii a delightful surprise at the home of
is. Willialam Solomon last F'riday af
nioon When she was giveni a shower,
f presepjts by the members of the Iml
les Missionary society gathiered there
w purposes,, of study. The ladies had
iscovere( that Friday wan airs. Kil
o's birthday and tooki advantage of
he occasioii to extend their congrat
lations in a substantial manner. Be
ides the other 1resents, -irs. Kilgo
vas presented with a large birthday
ake. The presentation was made by
4rs. V. C. P. Robertson after a de
ighti ful sal ad Course had been aIved.
ly 1Mrs. Soloiont.
Enjoyable Birthday Party
The children anad grandchildren of'
ir. and .\lrs. A. 13. Burns gathered at
hir home oin North liarper street
,uni1day to celebrate the sixty-sixth
> rthday of Bri. hurns. The birthday
arty is an annual event, in the fai
ily. Everyone preseit enjoyed the day.
specially the good things to cat spread
rm a long table ii tW' back yard.
Forty-seven children and g,--ranldchil
dren11 helped Air. Burns enjoy hIs anni
versary, and eacti an(i everyone wished
him many more. As one :resent ex
pressed it: "I wish you to live to be a
liidred and to have a birthday wice a
A daughter, Mirs. A. Y. Rhodes. made
the birthday cake which was prettily
decrated withi tie initials "A. 13. ."
and the numerals "66".
How about planting Laurens county
in Tobacco 1923? She will' Grow it
Fine. Hold your head up and trade
with J. C. Burns & Co.
aZ Tils COMPI
i4 Our.hrift C3
ONE DOLLAR DO)W!
Then Pay Balanct
rrited and When TI
I will buy all day Fri-'
day, and Saturday uin
til 12 o'clock, mules
weighing from 900 to
1100 pounds, not over
7 years old.
D. H. COUNTS
40Q4T. S64 PAPN
.Qf(CAc. erAt PRS6RvWsITILS
I QT LOPPNP AUC PAN
--7 .41w at icmul.A
O:'Ados itff PIRC0AWf
4Cq PQUNG PAN
1Ni.F ~ ~ MIII QwUIiQM0.ow
ETE''ALUMINUM SAT HOME
4.--Take Your Set Home With You;
One Dollar Per Week.
AY, NOVEMBER 4TH.,
iese are Sold the Sale Stops.
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