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* i&A. AND, Pt RSONAL: MENTION.
Mrs. C. L. sounds, of Clinton, visit
ed Mrs. J. H. Teague yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Young of GaiT
ney are visiting Mrs. Sallio A. Young.
Mr. Tom Lake, of Wofford college,
apent Sunday in the city with his par
. Mrs. J. P. Willis, of the Fork Shoals
.section, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Swygert have
as their guest Mr. Swygert's mother,
Miss Mattie Lawson of Greenwood,
is the guest of Mrs. J. E. Glenn on
Mr. L. W. Bolt, of Gray Court,
Rbuto Four, was among the visitors
here last Monday.'
Miss Annie Mae Lawson, of Colum
bie, is the guest of Misses Hattie Kate
and Ruth 'l'astorby.
Mr. A. G. Hart, of the University
of South Carolina spent Sunday in the
city with relatives.
~rs.- Arthur Taylor and children
are visiting Mrs. Taylor's father, Mr.
W. E. Medlock, near Fountain Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. Hart Richey, of Flor
ence, are expected in the city Sunday
to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Richey, Sr.
Messrs. Geo. S. McCravy and A. R.
Theme returned last week from a bus
iness . and sight-seeing trip to New
'Prof. D. A. Dupre, of Wofford col
lege, spent the week-end in the city
as the guest of MAr. and Mrs. Carlos
Mr. Grover Richey, who has been
at home sick for several weeks, con
tinues indisposed but is on the road
Mr. Arthur Lee left yesterday for
Greenwood to attend the Bailey
Jamison wedding which is to take
place tomorrow evening.
Messrs. Roland and Edwin Moseley,
of Wofford college, spent the week
end In the city with their 'parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. I). Moseloy.
Mrs. C. W. Tune was among those
who attended grand opera in Atlanta
last week. She remained over for sev
eral days to visit relatives.
Miss Mary Todd left Monday for
Oolumbia to spehd several days and
from there she will go to Jackson
ville, Fla., to visit friends for sonic
Mr. F. W. Carlisle, Jr., sales man
ager of the Liggett & Myers Tobacco
00., spent several days of last week
in the city as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. L. 11. Clardy.
Mr. and Mirs. Charles Rounds have
returned to Clinton after a wedding
tour to Atlanta and other points. Mrs.
Rounds came to Laurens yesterday to
visit her father and other relatives.
Mirs. W. R. Richey, Jr., and little
Miss Sarah Richey will join Capt. W.
R. Richey in Washington, D. C., the
latter part of this week. Capt. Richey
received orders to report at the war
department for special duty last week
and will likely remain there for sev
eral weeks yet.
Mr. La. E. Norr'yee, of Andersen,
spent last week in the city en busi
ness. Mr. Norryce was for seine time
secretary of the Anderson chamber
of commerce and is an enthusiastic
"My Town" booster. Hie is an affable
and entertaining gentleman and made
many friends while here.
DR. J. H. MOORE,
Physician and ~ur eon.
Diseases of Wmn
suw ~ d -~r
Children a Spe alty
Unterprise Bank Building. Phone 22
Effective Ap Ii 16th, 1914.
Arrivals from Departures for'
tie. Time No. Time
2 7:50 A. M. 2 7:00 A. M.
6 10:00 A. M. 4 8:15 A. M.
7 11:40 A. M. 6 10:15 A. M.
9 1:45 P. M. 20 11:55..-. M.
26 3:15 P. M. 24 2:36 P. M.
11 6:55 P. M. 12 4:00 P. M.
%S 7:20 P. M. 14 6:30 P. M.
31 8:30 P. M. 18 7:50 P. M.
II 11:59 P. Mi. 22 10:40 P. 'M.
'Arrivals from Departures for
Ikt4nwood and Greenwood and
Nfo. Time No. Time
4. 8:10 A. M. 1 6:00 A. M.
0 10:10 A. M. 3 7:50 A. M.
*. 12:15 P. M. 6 10:00 A, M.
*15 2:45 P. M. **7 11:40 A. M.
(3 -3:65 'P. U.- 9 1:45 P. M.
14 6:25 P. U. 11- 2:05 P. M.
15- 7:50 P. M. 15 6:$6 P. M.
310:40 P. M. 19 8:30 P. M.
(4) From Anderson only,
('*) To Anderson only.
.a. a. AIALEN,
General Passenger Agent.
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Ora, May 5.-Messrs. J. Y. Bryson,
Geo. H. Blakely and W. B. Byrd left
this afternoon- for the soldiers reun
ion in Jacksonville.
Little Miss Elizabeth Martin gave
a dinner Saturday of last week, for
the Ora teachers and several of her
Mrs. D. M. McClintock recently en
tertained Misses Ilickson and McFad
den at tea.
Mrs. I. N. Kennedy is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Carlisle, in Newberry.
The Friday afternoon club met at
the home of the president, Mrs. W.
M. Bryson. Mrs. D. M. McClintock
skillfully rendered a selection of
music. The origin and growth of
Mothers Day were interestingly dis
cussed in a paper read by Mrs. J. L.
McClintock. The pleasure of the af
ternoon was further enhanced by
music on the player piano of the host
ess. The program committee, Miss
Lizzie Craig, chairman, annotnced an
interesting program for the next meet
ing. The subject is to be. "American
Folk Lore". 'lie time of this meet
ing is the last Friday in May at 4:30
Rev. I. N. Kennedy expects to leave
Wednesday. lie will be away two
weeks, part of the' time in Virginia.
conducting services for Rev. L. I.
Misses Ruby Iiclkson and Anmelia
McFadden left Thursday for their
homes in and near Rock Hill. These
young ladies have been in our midst
only one session but long enough to
win many warm friends who reg.et
their departure and the wisdom of the
school board in their selection has
been forcibly proven. The school has
had a larger enrollment than for many
years and to the untiring zeal and en
thusiasm of Miss IHickson is due the
aid received from the state in the. sum
of $200 and the creditable showing
the school made at the county fair.
Miss Margaret Blakely is expected
home today from her school in Lee
county. Miss Blakely has been re
elected and will probably return for
Miss Alice McClintock will arrive
Saturday from Tirzah to spend the va
cation months with her parents.
Mr. V. E. McClintock has returned
from North Carolina where he has
been buying mules for his farm.
Aut.omobilists and others are grat^
fuil to Mr. Iiumbert for the widening
and improving of the road in and near
Ware Shoals, 31ay 4.-A quiet wed
ding was solemnized at the home of
Mr. J. II. Carlisle, Sunday morning,
April 19th when Miss Eleanor Louise
Carlisle became the bride of Mr.
Mrs. Adams is a very popular young
woman and Mr. Adams is a young
man of sterling qualities. All wish
for them many happy years.
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Mrs. John flailey,
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Subscribed and sworn to before me
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'C. A. Bennett.
Letter to Dr. IKlimer & Co., ihingram
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* LANFORD NEWS. *
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Lanford, May 4.--A good rain is very
muchly needed through this section.
The farmers are -all about through
planting, waiting for the seed to come
The school here has closed a very
successful term. Mr. Rhoad was elect
ed principal for another term and Miss
Ntolia Lanford was elected as pri
mary teacher. Mrs. Hunter will not
teach next term or else she would
have been elected.
The play Monday night was fine. It
showed the pupils had been well
The school enjoyed a picnic at Yar
borough's Mill Tuesday.
Mr. Rhoad will leave for his home
in Bamberg Thursday.
Mrs. H. M. Johnson is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. James Byers, in len
Misa Mary .Jackson and Miss Evv
Pool spent Monday night with Miss
Miss Edith Edwards and sister are
visiting Miss Othella Johnson.
Mr. Richard Moore is visiting his
Mlessrs O. L. Lanford, J. W. Lan
ford, W. I. Drumimond and L. M.
Cannon were in Laurens at the con
Mr. C. D. 'Cox is one of the jurors
Miss Annie Wolff visited Miss Mol
lie Moore recently.
M1r. and Mrs. J. Lee Langston and
wife spent Sunday with Mrs. H. A.
Mr. Talmage Patterson and sister,
Miss Hell Patterson visited on the
Mr. .iimmie Patterson has put a
phone in his residence, which is a
great convenience (for me).
Mr. 13. W. Johnson and family and
ir. Vance Johnson, were here Sun
day in his new touring car.
Mr. Sam Monday was in Lanford
-Mr. Frances Craig is right sick at
his home here.
The Misses Garrett spent Sunday
and Sunday night with their sister
here, Mrs. Joe Williams.
Rev. Mr. Lawson was at the Metho
dist church Sunday afternoon and
made an interesting talk on missions.
le will sail for Brazil in .June.
- AKIISDA1E NOTES. *
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Barksdale, May -i.-The farmers of
this community are most lrough
planting cotton seed, but are needing
rain very much.
The Shiloh school gave a picnic at
the close of their school and a very
large crowd from Barksdale attended
and report a nice time.
Mr. and irs. W. H1. Baldwin were
the guests of Mr. Pinckney Baldwin
of Rabun Sunday. Mr. Baldwin has
been very sick for quite awvhile.
Mr. Brooks IBishop of Laureuns, was
the guest of his children at Mr. J. Y.
Henderson's Saturday night and Sun
Mrs. 1E. 3. Henderson, of Barksdale,
has been very sick for quite awhile,
hut is much better at tils writing.
Miss Annie Baldwin was tihe guest
of Miss Annie Bishop Sunday.
Mr. Jerome Blabb, of Owings, was
visiting Mr. J. Y. Henderson Sunday.
Also his son, Mr.. W. TH. Henderson
and Mr. Tonm Hellams of Shiloh.
The teacher of Fairview school had
to leave two wveeks before the close
of school on account of her health
and( Miss Daisy Blaldwin of Barksdale
has gone to finish the school wvhich
will close next Friday, the 8th.
The girls of Barksdale are all ex
hocting some good rides nowv as Mr.
Elimer Baldwin purchased a new bug
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