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PALMETTO

Mr. and Mrs. Bagwell returned to their home in Spartanburg Monday after spending three weeks with Mr. Bagwell’s father Mr. Thos. Bagwell of Palmetto Lane.

Mrs. L. F. Langiton and daughters, Eva Langiton, Nettie Langiton, Gertrude Langiton and Lillie Langiton, are spending a while with relatives at Blaney.

Miss Maggie Moss left Tuesday to visit her mother in Union.

Mr. B. Kelly has returned to his home at Bennettsville after a two weeks visit with his cousin, Mr. W. H. Kelly.

Mrs. D. Floyd, who has been very sick, is slowing improving.

A. W. Miller has moved from Palmetto to Capital City.

Mrs. J. Carson is very ill at her home on Palmetto lane.

Mrs. J. Moten was the guest of Mr. E. D. Mitchell Tuesday.

September 3, 1915  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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