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SEASINAT CLINTON College and Orphanage Close Auspiciously. GRADUATING CLASSES Might from I-Iaicli Institution Finish Varied and Interesting Were the Closing Kxcrcises. Clinton, .Inn,- \~>. ?the exercises cd the college commencement engrossed public attention h-st week, and tins week has been given over to the or phanage commencement. it is a sin gular coincidence that there were eight graduates from each Institution. Those of the college won- \V. s. Bean. Jr., l). Wyntl Neville. .lames li; Fi-a *??:< r, .li-.. o: i ialrs, s. C, George C. McDonald of Sumter, <h'.. C. Dudley Narrnll of llennc-ttsVille, s. c. and Misses Virginia Neville. Nettie L31I Ihrd, mil Cora Mclntosh. Two of these. W. s. I lean. .1 ?.' and -!;.s. H. I'; asier, .li*., delivered tiddressen com mencement morning; ai d \v. Sj Dean delivered the valedictory, The an nual address to tie1 graduate:; was de li.* red this year by the Rev. I?. W. Richardson id' (Jreer. it wad it lit erary gem and afforded the hearers unusual pleasure. The theme was the superiority of the visionist'a lite over t!::'.t of tie' materialist. Mr. Hpcncer presented their tl'; u mas to the graduating class and Dr. S. C. Byrd announced the honorary grees conferred by the hoard. The degree of doctor of divinity was con ferred on the Rev. C. A. SydllOl' of I ouisville. Ky. Tim medals were presented in a very graceful manner by the Rev. .1. I'. Marion of Sumter, There were a hirpo number of these and l.aurens county carried off its full share. Three of them were won by co-eds. Miss Merit Mailcy won (he Copeland in- f'.al given to the young lady whose I holnrshlp average fee.- the yenr was highest. Miss Kate Aus*in of Cross liill won the medal for the bCsl essay on South Carol Inn history. Miss Nettle I Ml lard won tie medal for the he-: average in junior and senior (iible. Mr. \V. <". AddlStin of the Thornweli orphanage won the ora tors' medal. 1'hc college commence i. ? i ? wiis a very successful find eh* joyable one. it was followed by two hie, fraternity banquets, which will long be remembered^?not only for their brilliant e because the 1? ard at i? meeting abolished fraternities : i ?'. !?.() these win- the final banquets. The act ich of the board \vas not an nounced and although the hoys feared adverse action against frater nities they were hot prepared for what did happen If tho action of Ihc board had become known before the bnncpictH it would probably have enst a deep gloom Over them, and caused some alteration in the plans foi their celebration. The Orphanage eommc ncemertl be e mi with a declnlmers' contest Friday night. Ti e prize to the successful ' Contestant is ;t fi ve dollar gold piece presented i>y the Itfv. .1. F. .lacobs. 'I I e prize u ill he e; < Ittcd on Tues f(; . night. There were four speakers ii ;> year, the ili'fct regular exercise 01 Cbihihcticciiietit \v?is the bnccalnn ,. -e Minion which was preached V .: day IhOinlhtf by the! RbV Fredot'? , A. DOU^blSS Of Nil ' ?>" C:i The i. ?( was, 'What i,; yout life?" ami 11?eriitbti was i ii admirable dis? <? , ;.se. abounding in appropriate (j ?:iti<uis. and Inspiring in Its I. .. hint: that the oi I.V Pie worth* the ?I uv jS (he spiritual lite Mon day afternoon at hal:'-past six O* , i iclt Hi' senior class ex< reise? were i. id. The general public was not Invited to these exercise* hilt the 0 idinnnge community thoroughly < n* loyed thchi. They Wct'ci very Inter ring and appropriate. Monday evi nlng the young ladlt s of the Wil liam I'. .lacobs Literary society gave Up ;?? annual entertalnmi nt. The pro , . ?, included ;i conietly in three |? entitled Maidens all Forlorn," ;i farce called "The Real Thing," and ? ? reo choruses. "I Know a Hank." ? Merry .lune," and "1 Would that my 1 riVC " A crowded 1 o i "ormerfl ;; iiinu ladh jrot ted ..lid in ,it;son of f-.au Clinton. Muln VETERAN MACHRA> DIED AT HOSPITAL <?;?*!.mt Member of Coiupunj F, 1-ltli South ( andina Volunteers. Au SWOrs the Last Roll Call. Mr. William L. Machray. n citizen of the Tylersvlllo section, died Mon thly night at a hospital in Spartanburg win re he had been under Burgicnl treatment for about three weeks. Sometime ppioi to his going to the hospital blood poison developed in his hand, caused, it was supposed, by the member being finned by a fish. His hand was promptly amputated upon Iiis arrival at the hospital, and on last Sunday it was lound necessary to cut the arm off above the elbow. The shock from the second operation, to gether with some Complications that had set up, proved too much fo?" his enfeebled condition. The deceased was C2 years of age und is survived by several children and his Wife. He was a veteran of the Civil war. having served through out tin.' tour years with Company F. I Ith S. C. V. lie was a son of Wil liam Mach my wno had arrived In the United States fiom Scotland only a few years before tin* war broke out. Being engl r to u< t to the iron' young Mnchruy away from home at ti e age of ll hud enlisted with Company V as drummer boy. bui within ;> few months l e v ;s bite oi ;i. i rhui |i rhoot ers of his command* brave hud dar ing. I'p ;< last August when the Hood ruined tue mill, Air. .Mac!.: ay had been the mi 11 er at Byrd's mill for about yi; !.-. The tt'llden Sisters Here The Gilden sisters, ihree "Broadway Swills", winsome, and pleasing are appearing at the city opera house this week In connection with the motion picture shows. Two snows are given each iii^iit. This afternoon at 4:80 there will be fl matinee, to Which the Indies and children will be admitted free. These attractions are good and arc well worthy of patronage Mauna .Mills Enlarged. It is announced that the Banna mills of Goldvllle will double its capacltv, to do which $75,000 prefercd stock will be issued. Practically all this amount has already been subscribed. Mr. Geo. M. Wright, president of this mill has been in charge only two years, during which time he has de veloped the property \vondorfull> and given the enterprise a well deserved standing in the industrial world. Harrison (i Greenville, Eula Whin of Hue Wtst. Cttasie Oliver of Lowndcs vllle, and L< is Sims of Spartanburg. Miss Eloisi l.lnson was valedictorian of ti.e class and read a gracefully composed (ssay on 'Music.'' after Which she spoke the words of tare well custonmry en such occasions. There is always a sadness in such a scene but its pathos is certainly greater at such ail Institution as this than in the ordinary school. Tin re ti.e fair valedictorian bids farewell to school and its tits to resume those of home life and generally to < nter on a life of pleasure and comparative freedom from (are. Here she sa>s good-by to shelter and fostering care and assumes h( r plr.ee as architect of her own fortunes in the world of labor. Some of the young ladies of this class CXpeCI to tCUCh, some to Complete their study of stenography, some to he trained nurses. All must RO to work to (: rn their llvihg, The Rev. T. E. Simpson of Society lllll, an alumnus (f the institution, deliv ered the annual address, Mr. Simp son is always heard with pleasure by his many friends here. The Hon. M. F, Ansel, who has been a trustee id' ihe orphanage for many years, was invited to deliver ti.e prizes and med als, but at :'!.<? last moment was de tained by executive business. Or. Jacobs nude announcements for next year. The exercises v. ? re very in teresting. The school exhibition will he held to-morrow night and will he well up to the average of orphanage exhibitions. Everybody in I.aureus county knows what that means. On Thursday evening the alumni of the orphanage hold their reunion and on Friday ti e senior class and the alumni spend the day at Riverside on the En erde. There are many of them hack tor the vteek. Two other school closings Of the past week (leservo mention. On Fri day, .lane i.tn. .Miss Elizabeth Bean's kindergarten cloacd with a charming ly rendered program which reflected the highest credit on teacher und learners, on Saturday hftornoou Mrs. Julia Aldrich Hakor's private school t?." Clinton mill rase its cl entertainment Which was ex cell ?? : mi was received wi n de light- ! applause by those present to :>' . hat ell o! the Fchonh have clos< ? Clinton ??iii sett1 ? into (he muul Mittiiint ?p.uei probably, Not; a j real mnn> families will leave Cllu* (on fi t u.e snmmoi It seems, PKRSflN IL ! l'E.MS IM 131 OH \. College Students arc at Homo Other Notes of Interest. Ora. Juno I2th. Miss Mamie Byrd is at home from her school near Rock Hill. Mr. J. B. McClintock came over yes terday from Due West, to see his mo ther, sii" has been quite ill but is now Improving, and we hope for her ii speedy recovery. \W are glad to have with as the fol lowing college students: Miss Maggie Blakelcy from Chicora and Messrs. Joe Grier, Samuel Blakely, and Hal Flem ing, from Krskine. Monday evening Miss Euphemia Thompson entertained for Miss Bmnin Blakely, the bride-elect. Quite n number were present. Mlos Blakely is a favorite with the young people here and they are loath to give her Misses Mary Prcssiy of Tennessee and Hamilton Henry of Chester ar rived this week to be present at the Blakoly-Young wedding. Miss Bessie Byrd has returned froth Lnurcns where she has beeil teaching lit the city graded schools. Mi: Ihiple home froth Win.'.er. tibi ^'.< i.. > : ? ? ? . ? eh . . : two years, i; . it. ii. . ? ii < hnr< ? ? li.vt week. Mr. V. .:. ;,: ?: . ; Messrs. Willie I': . ?!. Mark c :?:.?!?. I Ludy Blake ly nu< nded < ...:. :.*?< - ment ;.i I >uo W?.. i. State of Ohio, City oi Toledo, Lucas County. Frank J, Cheney makes oath t I he is senior partner of t'.< llrm of F. .1. Cheney a.- Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and stntc aforesaid, and tin t said t in. will pay the sum of ONE HCNDRBD DOL LARS for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank .1. Cheney. ?Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this f.th day of De cember, A. 1?. ISSO. A. \V. Gleason, is<;iit Notary Publkh Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, and acts directly oh the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send lor t> stithoninls free F. .1. Chem y & Co.. Toledo, ?. Sold by nil druggists. T.".e. Take) Hall's Family Pills for con stipntion._ OUR SPF.CIAL NOTICES. Reward Five Hundred Dollars Ho ward is offered by the citizens of Gray Court tor the nrro>l and conviction of the person who setNIre to the stores of Willis Ar Curry. (tSsE. Moore, sind u. I.. Gray, on the night oi May 13th, I '.Mi!'. .1. N. Leak. Intendant. 42-tf For Sale Our stock .ot General Merchandise. Stock in good, clean condition. Inspection (and further information apply to Putnam a- Put nam, Ritrksdalc, s. c. 46-2t. Wanted wiite girls to learn a good business and earn. $300.00 to $f.00.00 yearly. The wbrk is easy, factory is well Ventilat? ii. and hoard can he procured for $2.."(i a week, good home. Seidenberg A- Company, Cigar Factory, Greenville, s. c. Notice l hereby forbid any person hiring or harboring Ml ??. Darnell as he is tinder contrac t with me. S. It. Cray. For Sale \ few lush. 1- of tin- fa mous "Lookout Ntn/rninin" Irish Po tato, for fall Crop. N. I'. Harris. Owings, S. (.\ 4ti-2t. Witlitcd Experienced Operators t>. make Overnlls. Von can earn Iron, "> to :? doljiirs per weelt; also learners taken and paid fair wages whlb un der Instructions. If you can do plain sewing We can learn yosi iu a week. Delightful Work room Cool est place in ?own. Come or write at once. .Marion Clothing Factory. M. .1. Johnson, Supt.. Marion. S. ,(', crnzKNs' >t \sn mm 11N(?*. The Chamber <?i Commerce request j a mass moot ify.' ?>! the citi/ens of Laurens in iryy < ins at Enterprise Hank Building, Wednesday afternoon at .'. j>. in., for tVie purpose of exam ining and approMibg or disapproving of sketches and plan* tor new union depot submitted by the R u author ities, aii are urged to attend By order. W. R, MoCu< II, Secy Chamber c 'ommerco. XOTICK OK ( I l l/i vs* Ul i: I I NC. The Board of Trustees 01 the School District 01 the Town of I.aunns here by calls a public meeting in (be Court HOU " lit I" O'clock A. M. on Wedni s day. June :.oth. bi ail those Citizens who return real or personal property in said district', for the purpose of levying a InX mi a 1 such real and personal proportj to maintain the City Schooi-i durii ^ the scholastic year of )'.?k>- Ifilb, Also toii.it ( wo > Ti'u tec.. Oj order of i ioard oi Tj m ?'. II. UOPEIL s- < t >? ahd Ti i us. C. C. Fenlhorsfono, Chnirtnnn. \ ! W [II I'd I "UN I' Vl'lv Plans Suhnillted inn tit" 0 file In Is Waul Kxtctisloti of Time. Messrs. Albert Anderson and V.'. <;. Childs wore iii (he el(,v yesterday und submitted to tin- ebamber m' com merce drawings of tin' proposed hew depot for I.aureus. They have asked however, (hat an eighteen months cx teution ot \iino in- given. ri.e mutter will lie discussed at tin* citizens meet ing on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. (?'rcen (hit of Danger. News from Mr. Fred Greene yester day afternoon is to the effect that he is now out of danrei-. i ni must re main in Atlanta for treatment until the first of Inly. That he was affect ed. there is no doubt, bill now his re covery is assured. It is recalled thai Mr. Greene was bitten by a mad dog week b< fore last. ?i * i >* ???? ?? i t ??>?.- ; . w i j, , . ?. SOCIAL \M) PERSONAL. Miss Mae Whit look of Joneavllle is Visiting Mamie Tolbert. Miss .1. -:<? Sullivan b ft Monday for Vorkviih ? when si." goes to be a bride-ia. hi ..' ti.e Maelb-Ast.e W< ti ding. ? Sat n ? ? I at I . ii ? arrived in the city Sutui'day for a \isit td ti.t! family df Mis. W. II, Gil korsoU. M:s. i:;w. (h.ge charmingly chicr iahu d ; : t ridge Thursday afternoon in honor of her guests, Mrs. s. k. Honey of Lnurcns and Miss Savage of Walterboro. The house was most at tractive in a profusion of flowers. A delicious i<??? course was served, sind refreshing punch enjoyed during the afternoon. Those playing lit the ta bles were: Mrs. Honey, Miss Savage, Mrs. .Jesse Smith. Mrs. Kugcnc Hates. Mrs. M. A. Morgan, Mrs. w. \v. Stover. Mrs. .1. \l Waddell, Mrs. OaVI.I CardWell, Mis. .lohn liussell, Mis. David Jennings, Mrs. (). R. HartZOg, Mrs. Arthur Woodside.- Greenville Piedmont. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hughes enter tained a ft w of their friends at lea on Thursday evening. Mr. ami Mrs. Hughes are charming entertainers and the evening was most enjoyably spent. Those invited were: Mis. \V. , I? Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. s. K. Honey, Mis-; Annie Savage pi Walterboro, and Messrs. .1. A. Smyth. T. I. Swy geri and Kdwln Lucas. tin Thursday morning (he Fort nightly Social <ltb net will) Mi.-s Willie .Jones; at her beautiful home on North Harber street. Mis Jones was a>>isitd in receiving and serving by bei; sister. Miss Olyntliia ..'( lies. Tin parlors us o were artistically deco rated With nasturtium and green, A few very exciting games of nations were pliiyi d, after Which a delicious salad course and ice lea wre served. Those i resent were: Mesdames Perry Simpson, Dial Gray, T. i>. liar Hngton. ('. ('. I Yathcrslone. J. (I I Fleming, Clarence Gray. I'lorning Jones, II. K. \ikeli, J. il. 'feagtu-, w. II. A tub rson, C. F. Hauklii, l:. I.. Clardy, W. il Washington and A. c. Todd; and Misses Annie Gllkersou, Ltlcy Darlington. Kmily Mi nr. I.da Hart and .Mrs. Carlisle N'oUhglihin of ' Cape Charles. Va. The following invitntioiu havi been rect ived in Laurens: Mrs. Camilla Jane Hipp i re(|nests the honour of your presence at ti.e marriage of her daughw \ Mai tie, to Mr. Gustavtis Wans Cunningham, on the afternoon of Wednesday, the thirtieth Of June, at half after one (.'clot k, at die Carolina Memorial Chapel, Ctlhtoti, So.illi <'aroll! Miss Annie Keith savage was ih< charming guest of honor :.t a delight* In! leceptioli on Tuesday afp rhoon tendered by Mrs. S. I'. Honey to her friends of the Mysterious TWeniy-two ? i ? ? ? ... . . , ? en nm ami wafers vyere.ilalnt.liy served bj Misses Imogeiie WHkeH itiid Kd monin Gnrretti Oll Tu? .-day evenine. of this Week Mrs. Chits. F. Hankln enteflalhcd a large number of friends in honor of their guests, Misses Susan Voting, France? and Heulah Kondrfck, all of Atlanta. In 'he receiving party were Hie ; aOStS of honor. Mr. and Mis. Rale kin. Mr and Mrs. .1. D. Watts, abd Misses l.ila Hart and Fmity Mehg. Delicious fruit punch was served by Misses fmogene Wllktis and Prances Kendrtck. The came of the evening was nations, after several values ot which a most pleasant ho t! Was spei?! in conversation. The Wandering Minstrels were de* llghtfttlly entertained on Frldn.t even ing l v Mrs. .1. N. Iludgeus ai !.. r eh gatit lionie on South Harper street. In addition to the on nib' Ol tl e club . i 1 was the vOeal HOlo Franks. \t n?e com llnproni ot u prog ran:. U \ I ERI C)() \\ EDDIiNG BRILLIAN1 AFFAIR Nit|?fI?iEs of Miss Clara \. Whiirfoii HU (I I'rof. Joseph II. Shonlj Sotciuitl/.cd .1 it in- !?. Waterloo, Juno II. It is doubtful If ali.v wedding in Waterloo has Had more artistic surroundings to add beauty to its consummation than tin marriage on Wednesday evening, at fi o'clock, Juno 'Uli, i>: Miss Clarn Vivian Wbnrton and Prof. Joseph II Shealy, of Llttlo Mountain, S. C. the hospitable Whurlon home, where the Impressive ceremony was performed by Itov. W. It. Wbnrton ol ? Columbia, undo of tin- bride, was lovely in its llornl udorniiieht. In Use pailor. tho color scheme, grecu und white, was carried out in every' <ii tail the room being darkened and softly lighted witii caudles bold by < Id-fashioned candelabra. ,\s the' full, (sweet ibiies of Lohen grin's wedding inarch were sounded by \!i-s Louise Whurton of Columbia: tlib bride's maid of honor, Miss Hertha (iodlcy of Columbia, becomingly at tired in whit.- silk mull am! carrying a lovely boti'piet iif ferns, came In, followed b> the liest man. Mr. .lohn I'. Whurtbu. brot lieu' of the bride. Tlieii caitie the h' idc and groolll, lalc Ing their Position under a liuti' white wedding bell, ivhuro they Were iu a most impressive manner pronounced man and wile. The bride, at all I inn s b< autit'ul. was surpassingly lovely in hoi' bridal dress of white taffeta silk, with lace trimmings, her bridal veil being caught to ln r wealth of lovely black hair with orange blossoms, she car rying, an Immense hoitcpicl ol long stemmed i??s<s. After many con gratulations and liest wishes ha 1 been showered upon this popular and happy pair, the guests were Invited into the dining-room, win re a de lightful salad course was temptingly served by Mesdnilli s John Harris Wbnrton, W. II. Wharton, Joel Caspar Smith and Miss Ida May \\ hartom Here the decorations consisted chiefly of roses and ferns, white roses pre dominating. Miss lllilliche Elliott of Augusta Mis Marie Henderson of this place served punch from a charmingly dec orated nook iu the hall, which was a perfect bower of palms and f< rns. In the roccption iiKiiii w? re dis played the many handsome am! ebsl jy gilts received bj I'rof. Shealy and Ills hride. Shealy. i by her unusually iittriictive personal ity ami womanly attributes, won for herself a wide circle of friends and admirers and comes from one of the most distinguished fan ilies in tin state. I'rof. Shealy is a young edu cator of unusual promise ami is a young man of exemplary character. I'rof. and Mrs. Shealy left Thursday for a fortnight's visit to the parents Of the groom at Little Mountain, lifter which they will spend the remainder of the summer in the moil lit it his of Sot i h < 'a ml inn. AtUong the out-of-town guests w.-fe Mr. and Mr.-. Charlie (' Wim: ion Ol <;;?? ? i wood. Miss manche Kl I lot I bl Augusta, l<< v. \v. n. Whnrtou ami daughter Miss Louis.- of Columbia Prof, s \v. Puckoil of Cbluiiiblih m<-. I reib v I im V. ill t .vl The < : i lliuiti Miirrliiue ai < Hilton. M r, ( ?? a < la rrCI i >.! I.: : Ml- - tone I |on i.- of < 'iilitoii Weri married at the Lome ot the bride": father, Mr. Hill ford Henry, on Th?rs day. .1 ii lit lOtli, at V .51(1 p. In., by 1 i ? ? v H. II. Cri. r.. A nice wedding Klippe why s< rVed to a hin?ber ot invite, guests, ami a most pleasant evelilhj was Kpelit at ti e Pome oi' the bride Mr. Carroll is one of tlie sijbstaiiiin laiiini- ot tie Lanford section, am i Laurens Delegation Visited Greenwood Monday PURPOSE Oi MISSION New \ nrli- Vllilnla liitoillohitc High? wiij I'ailiiiiiilci's Iiivit<*<! to In? i IimIc I.aureus in Tlu'lr Trip. in hope oi persuading llio Atlanta .ion i n.11 Now Vork Herald autoiuohllo scoots thai their liei i roUlo Id) through I .aureus, ii delegation uf Lnurcusitca wonl in Ureenwood .Mon day afternoon in nioei llio part) thai bit Ail.inla early Monday Morning. This delegation was headed by I>r. Ii. K. AI In ii. president of ihe ehainhor of commerce, and consisted ol N|< sir. it. I'l. niing .lotu s. .1. Adner Siuyth, .1 r., W. P. Iludgeiis, W. M. Switzor, S. Ii. Ill ihi > and U . II. Wa: Illusion. 11 Ian! !'< i n planned llliil uhoul ton machines wore id leave UlTo hi i! o'clock a ad iiH'.'i i lie | tit i'l y in < '< ? "ii Wood, ami il possible id ? eOl'l IholU on (0 Laim ns Tuesday morning. IJlil ihe (errilie rains ai i o'clock prevent ? d the carrying out oi this Intention, except in pan. And ii was this part thai hi 11 ma. i kable and v. mi ||J of null-. Knowing Ihal Ihe roads were, in had condition all llio autoluoblllsts. of \\t\> i ity "hacked nut", except ("apt. .1. Adgcr Smyth who "was game". Leaving l.aurcns a I ahotil ; ?. on o'clock vviili tour passengers, dipt. Smyth, in his tine Chalmers-Detroit inaehine made the nip over llio mud diest roads to In- found anywhere, running only on high ami Intermedi ate speed, in three hours, To suc cessfully make this trip at all was indeed remarkable; inn in tin face Of SUCh adverse cil'CUIIIKt ItUCCS Klicll as (he crippled condition of his ma chine, complete Ignorance of ihn road, in the niglll linn, and ju t a feW hours lifter the hardest rain.- of the season, rendered ii even more re markable Ii.. Alki Ii a ml Mr, Jones Weni lo <Ir?-eiiwood by rail. The entire uel egnilon Was ot course dl appointed . : thai od im proceeded no farther iiuiii Klbbr l !ial I - ? I i ii will i i fiiiiiid hi he llii i?< ? i in tho end. I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. The Advertj or lasl weil; In advert ently omitted lo note the reih fit to tin city for the summer of Mr. .lohn Wells Todd. son ol Mr. and Mrs. .1 W. Todd. who has just been g radii tiled frbih Davidson college wjtli high hon ms and a warded llio medal oil liibio for the session of Itibf Oh, The court of general sessions, with Judge 1'ieivoro presiding, convenes next Monday, ? ? ? I I .an i ons ? ? Toledo, Ohio; for an i-Mi le'- ll \isil to her i on Mr. Badger o Bowoh. Mr. a ni Mi.. K, \v .!<? nnedy Of WllihJoii who have been \isiling at. the home ol Mrs. Kennedy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Itiirnott, returned lo their home bli Monday. .VIr, I:. Terry of this city is in I>c I roll Ibis week, representing the South Carolina h IliiCh Ol Ihe Junior Order, I 'lilted \ mericii n Mechanics. Mr. Terry i unite a prominent me in her hi fraternity and has received lliiliil ei's (il honors in the council. Mr. T. I ? lleeves, of hear Gray Court win hi ?',.?? city on Monday. Mr [??????vi graduated tit Clems.,n college year, in his college course he Ii high Sill nil in c\ cry Oc hti I i i n honota d tiv !ud III III was the ? ? ? of the I'lcmuon ' Ihe past .Vetii'j the hi- weekly in h> the students! this pa hod hj the Advel tlaer ? C'oL Thea, 11, ('?? as ami other v<?t orai of l,aureus have returned from the Memphis renn.on.