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Mr. Pat Kinard Spent Christimias
with liomefolks in Little Mlountain.
Mr. Charles Fleming sp1 a few
days in Greenville last ,week.
Mr. W. M. Coker of Gray Court, was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. B. L. ones stient several days li
the city last week." s
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Power,
Sunday night, a girl.
Mr. Edwin I. Lawson of the Atlanta
Medical College is at hoi for Ciist
Miss Dorcas Calmes, of Columbia,
is spending the Cbristnas vacation
here with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Taylor and little
son of Columbia spent the holidays
here with relatives.
Mr. Everett Taylor of Princeton
visited his brothers here during the
Mr. and Mrs. oo Phinney of Clinton
spent Christmas Day in Laurens with
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Lake.
Mr. Marvin Franks of Charleston
is spending a few days here with rela
Capt. Wililam B. McGowan of Green
Briar Academy, is spending the Yule
tide here with homefolks.
Miss Jessie Thompson has returned
home after a very pleasant visit to
friends in Anderson for several days.
W. K. Hudgens and wife, of Pelzer,
S. C., spent Sunday with Mrs. A. G.
Col. Joe Sparks, of the staff of The
State, Columbia, was a visitor in the
Supt. and Mrs. B. L. Parkinson are
spending the Christmas holidays in
Albermarle,, N. C.
Mr. John Mills, of Columbia, spent
several days in the city with friends
last week. .
Mrs. J. M. McLees and child, of
Greenwood, are visiting at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Clifton Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Wright and clil
dren, of Woodruff, spent several days
last wek' with Mrs. W. T. Dorroh.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Dorroh and lit
tle daughter, Sarah, spent Christmas
with Mrs. W. T. Dorroh and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos R. Moseley and
little boy spent Chrishnas in Spartan
burg with relatives.
Mr.. Chalmers Armstrong has been
spending the holidays in the city with
Mr. Reeder Workman, of the Hope
well community, was a business visi
tor in the'city Monday.
Mr. R. G. Lawson, the manager-of
the. Platt Iron Works in Atlanta, has
been spending the holidays here with
his brother Rev. M. L. Lawson.
Messrs. J. N. Wilson, T. 0. Coker
and W. G. Garrett, of near Gray Court
were among the visitors in the city
Mr. Hart Richey of Florence has
been speondinlg the holidays here with
hie .parents, Mr, andl Mrs. W. R.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Scott of Spar
ta nburg spent the Christmas holidays
h~ere as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens of' Lan
caster eaime over last Thursday to
spendl several (lays here with Mrs.
Mr. andl Mrs. C. E. Parker and lit
ie daughter, of H endlersoniville, spent
Christmas hero with Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. Rlichey, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McCrady andl lit
tie son and Mr. Edward McCrady are
spending the Christmas vacation with
relatives in Charleston.
Prof. G. W. Irby, of West Union, S.
C., and J. B. Irby, of New Borne, N.
C., are~ visiting their mother, Mrs. A.
0. Irby on South Harper street.
Miss Loiha Thompson returned Mon
day from Spartanburg where she had
been spending several days with rela
Mr. and Mi's. T. *D. Divver and lit
t'le dlaughter, Nancy, spent the Christ
mas holidays in the city with Mr's.
Divver's mother, Mrs. W. T. Dorroh.
Mr. Oslo F'oshee, who lives near the
city with Mr. R. B. Bell, spent the
Christm'as holidays with relatives in
,Mrs. T.F". Jo'nes, of Woodruff and
Mr. John N. Wilght, -Jr., of Spartan
burt, spent Christmas in the city with
their father, Mr'. J. N. WVright, Sr.
Misses Imogene and Kathleen Wilkes
spent the week-end in Clintori as
guests of Miss Nancy Owens, r'eturn
ing Monday acompaniied by Miss Ow
Mr. 10). W. Martin came down to the
city yesterday aftern#1 for a brief
stay from the bedside of his mother,
Mrs. Fountain B. Martin, who is very
Mr. and Mrs. J. Conte Henderson, of
Greehville, Mr. L. 'I. Henderson, of
Ware Shioa1ls, ani Mr. Frank Ilender
soni, of Denmark, spent several days
('h ristmas in the city with tlelr par
ents, Mr. anld 'Mrs. .1. WV. llendersonl.
Mir. and .\lrs. .1. Clyde Willis and
chil(ren, who have been making their
home18 in La:ke Forest, ill., for several
iionthis, passed through the city yes
terdaty returning to their former lhoie
in the Fork. Shoals section. Lake
Forest is In the vicinity of Chicago
where the thermometer registered sev
enl degrees below zero when they -were
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Machen have been
spending the holidays.1n Harrisonburg,
Va., with relatives.
'Mrs. J. L. Powell and little son,
James, of WVlnington, N. C., have
been spending the Christmas holidays
with Mrs. Rosa 1. Caine.
Mr. Henry Yeargin, who Is- making
his headquarters in Macon, Ga., was
a visitor in the city last week.
'Mr. Fred Nelson, of Charleston, was
among the Christmas visitors in the
Mr. R. 1. Young, of Ware Shoals,
was a visitor in the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Todd a'nd daugh
ter, Miss Harriett Todd, of Laurens,
were among the guests registered at
the Oregon today.-The Greenwood
Daily Journal (Sat.)
Miss Ruth Payne, who is teaching
school in the lower part of the state,
is spending the holidays in the city
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Grist spent the
Christmas holidays with relatives in
Mr. J. T. Johnson, Jr., of Washing
ton and Mr. William Crews of Spar
tanburg spent' the week-end here as
the guests of Mr. Ossie Anderson.
Mrs. B. H. Balle of Philadelphia is
spending sometime here as the guest
of her mother, Mrs. L. G. Balle, Sr.
Mr. W. B. Traynham of Ware Shoals
Route 2, was a business visitor in the
city last Wednesday.
Miss Agatha Reid, who is now mak
ing her headquarters in Columbia, is
spending the -holidays with her par
ents, Mr. anti Mrs. C. E. Reid.
Messrs J. L. M. Irby and Mr. Pierce
Irby spent the holidays with relatives.
Miss Illa Bearden, of Enoree, was
in the city shopping last Tuesday..
Miss Lucille Padgett, who has been
attending the graded school here, has
left for her home in Pelzer to spend
The many friends of Mrs. J. E.
Clary will be pained to learn that she
is still very ill. Up until last night
there had been no appreciable change
in her condition. -
Mr. James Austin, who is now mak
ing his home in Landrum, is spending
some time here with relatives.
Mrs. 0. W. Leonard and children of
Spartanburg spent the Christmas hol
idays here with Mrs. W. W. Jones and
family. Dr. Leonard came down Sun
day to spend the day.
Miss idrriett Mayer of Newberry,
spent Christmas at the home of Mrs.
WV. WV. Jones.
Messrs. WV. P. Chancy and C. 0.
Chancy spent Christmas (lay in Clin
ton visiting relatives.
-INTERFERED WITH OFFICEII.
D. Luther Boozer and14 Overseer in the
Tioils of tihe Law,
1). Luther' lloozer', the wvell known
Gioldville planter', an'd his foreman, D).
C. Ray, .were arrested in the city Sat
u rday by Sheriff Owings, the former
on the charge of interfering with an
oflicer' in the udischarge of his duty, and
the latter for carrying concealed wvea
pons. They were arrested in'tihe mnag
istrate's oflice .here while in the act
of swearing out warrants against cer'
tain ncgr'oes for violatlon of contract.
The case against Mr. Boozer, it is al
leged, was the reSult of his refusal to
make a satisfactory settlement for a
mule which he had bought on trial in
Newberry. When the officers of the
law went to his house to serve claim
and delivery papers to -secure the
mule, it is stated that Mr. flooser so
cured ai rifle and ordered negroes on
the place to refase to show the mule
to the omfiers. No arrest was mae
then, but were made Saturday when
the two came to Lauren.. Following
their arrest hero, both men gave bond
for the appearance at the next term
of court when their caSes will come
up for trial.
Mr. Boozer is an extensive planter
in the lower section of the county and
owns considerable p)roperty. Last
summer he was a candidate for the
House of Representatives and let It
be known after the election that lie
wouldi run again in 1916. lHe has come
in confiet with the law on several re
cent occasions, notably last January
when ho "shot up" Goldville. Some
time ago he was acquitted in the fed
eral court at Or.eenville on the charge
of peonage. He is a man of apparent
ly uncontrollable temper.
CuOld 0M ores, Otheur Romdill Wemft guu.
The worst caSes no matterofihowoong tanading,
are cured by the. wonderful, old reliable Dr.
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ITE3iS FRO31 CLINTON *
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Clinto, Dec. 26.--Misses Franke
Slieddan and luez Derryhill aie
speini1g the holidays with relatives at
Miss Dorothy R1ussell, of Forsyth,
Gia., is spening the holidays here with
her mother, Mrs. A. B. Rusell.
Miss Lillian Salters, of Salters;
Louise McDaniel, of Due West; Al
lene Franks, of Laurens; Leora Hook,
Df Irmno, and Jessie Whatley, of Buf
falo, all teachers In the public schools
here, have returned to their honies
for the holidays.
tMiss Besise -Brewer left this week
for Savannah, where she will spend
Messrs. Lowry Burdette and Wil
lam Scalfe are at home for the holi
d ys from Clemson.
Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Todd and chil
di n, of Greenville, are spending tile
holidays here with R. Z. Wright and
Mrs. Henry Winn has returned from
a visit to relatives in Rock Hill.
Mrs. York and Miss Hudie May
York, of Rockmart, Ga., are visiting
Mrs. L. A. Barrow and Mrs. Rhett
Miss Clayte Bailey, of Greenville
Female college, is at home for the
Miss Amie Copeland, of College for
Women, Columbia, is spending the
holidays at home with her parents.
Miss Mary King is at home for the
holidays from Randolph-Macon Col
Miss Mary Dillard, of Cross An
lhor, and Miss Irene Dillard, of
Randolph-Macon, are at home for the
Miss Lizzie Winn, of Chicora, is
spending the holidays here with her
mother, Mrs. Fannie Winn.
Misses Kate and Evie Shands,
Nancy, Virginia and Julia Owens, Inez
Meyers, Hattie Finey, Hattie Delaney,
Ileene Young, and Lois 'Chandler, all
of Winthrop, are at home for the holi
Mrs. J. Lee Young is spending
Christmas at Lowryville with rela
Miss Frances Burgess left Monday
for Crawfordville, Ga., where she will
spend the holidays with her parents.
Mrs. Thigpen, milliner for the J. W.
Copeland company, has returned to
her home in Baltimore.
Miss Eugenia Calve, of Columbia,
is spending the week here with
friends and relatives.
Miss Fronde Kennedy is at home
for the holidays from Farmville, Va.,
where she iadeaching this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Johnson, of
Wadesboro, N. C.,, are spending the
holidays here with relatives.
Miss Sadie Leslie, of Hamlet, N. C.,
is visiting here this week as the guest
of Miss Marg-et Durant.
Miss Halene Clark, of Elberton,
Ga., visited friends here during the
Miss Irene Adair is at home from
her school near Newberry to spend
Miss .Leahi Martin, of Timnmonsville,
is spendling the~ holidays hlere with
Mr. Murpihy Bolt and~ Miss Mary
Burts were qiietly mied0( Suinday
evening at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Burts, a
few miles from the city. Mr. Bolt is
one of tile accommodating rural de
livery carriers andi~ tile bid~e Is an at
tractive young lady of manmy fine (qual
*. LANFORtD NEWS. *
'Lanford, Dec. 28.-Visiting seemns to
be the order of the day in spite ot the
Mr. B. W. Johnson and family and
Mr. Vance Johnson spent Chiruiiia
with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Johnson, re
turning to Arcadia Sunday.
Dr. W. E. Blrackett and Mr. 13111 Ed
wards spent the week-end at Mr. H. M.
Miss Robin Patterson and Miss Car..
rio loeu Higgins spent Monday with
Miss Bell Patterson.
Mra. 0. L. Lanford entertained Sun
dlay with a turkey dinner.
Miss Addle Shealy is the guest of
Miss Robin Patterson.
Mr. J. D. Mills sp'ent the holidays
with Mrs. J. M. Deshields.
Misses Lottie and Helen Desuhiclds
are the guests of Miss Grace Deshields
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. flomar spent thle
week-end at thm home of Mr. L,. M.
Mrs. Palmer Thomas and little son,
P. A. Thomas, are spending the week
at 3. IH. Frank's.
Mr. Harper Higgins spent Saturday
and Sunday with his parents here.
Misses Maggie and Minnie Cooper
ca'me home for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Henderson, Mrs.
lewis Anderson aned family nr n'.
lBailey and family are the guests of W.
Ii. Driinmiold during the liolidays.
Messrs Villie and'1 1ini1e Ortinm
nond were 'it Ilole froi Fur'm an for
Mr. Charlie Drummu ond spent Suniday
ith his,, pareits ligere.
Air ad -Airs. WV. A. Thiomas havc
returned home after a week's visit
Elong their childr ien inl Clinton aIld
Mrs. J. Lee Langston spent Christ
mas at Mr. V. 1). Patterson's.
Ir. and A'irs. Glenn Martin and lit.
tle babe are visiting in North Caro
lina this week, the guest of Mrs. Mar
'ihe new Xlethodist minister filled
his firsteappointient here Sunday.
Mrs. A. A. Nelson is visiting in Gaff
ney this week. She will go from there
to IlIckory, N. C., and to Henderson
ville, before her returni home.
Mr. T. D. Harmon spent the week
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TylersvillQ, Dec. 28.-On account of
so much raih, the roads are almost
impassable in this section and nost
everybody is spending the Christmas
around the fireside.
Miss Grace Poole of the Confederate
Home College at Charleston is spend
ing the holidays at home.
Miss Annie Mlae Donnon, of Win
throp college, is at home for the hol
Misses Irene and Annie Laura
Wright are spending the holidays with
Misses Lillie and Lydia Peterson
ore at home for the holidays.
Miss Fannie Poole, of Lander Col
lege Is spending the Christmas holi
days with homefolks.
Miss Janie Donnon, of Columbia,
visited relatives here during the holi
Miss Nina Anderson, of Spartan
burg, and Hugh Meyers spent Sunday
night with Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poole
Miss Lula Donnon, of Whitmire, and
Mr. Hugh Donnon, of Clinton, spent
the holidays with homefolks.
Mr. William Peterson, of Wofford
Fitting School, is spending the holi
days at home.
in Laurens shopping la-t Wednesday
in Laurens shopipng last Wednesday
Misses Lila and Nonnie Clark anc
'Messrs C. R. Cooper and Flowd Clarl
spent Christmas Eve in Clinton.
Mr. Niles Clark, of Clinton, spent t
few days at home last week.
:Dr. Frank Ledbetter is now locatek
in this community. He is stayhirg al
Mr. T. P. Poole's and can easily b(
called' over Phone 77. We wish hini
much success in his new work.
How To (live Quinine To Children,
PInRILINH Is the trade-mark name given to av
IniprovedQululne. It Is a Tasteless Syrup. Pleas,
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach
Children take it and never know it is Quinine,
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does ot nauseate not
cause nervousness nort rinaii ^the head. Try
it the next time you need Qi~e for anmy Dura
pose. Ask for 2-ounce origiRu package. The
name PEDBRIINE Is blown n bottle. 25 cens.
CORNS QUIT,. PAINS
STOP, WYITH "fGET-IT
Quit Plasters, Salves anid What-Nets.
After uising "GE~T'S- T" onIce you
will never againl have occasion foi
asking "Whait can1 1 (10 to get rid ol
my cornls "0 "G'CS- T" is the fIrst
sure~ certain cornl-ender~i ever- known.
If you have tried other things b~y thc
score and1( will niow try "GCS-T
you willl realize this glorious fact.
Yet" Wai t
You probably are tired sticking on
tape that won't stay stuck, pig/stera
thalt shift .themselves right on your
00orn, contraptions that mnake a bun
die of your toe and press right down
on the corn. Put two drops of
''GET&4T" on that corn in two sec
onds. Trhe corn is then doomed as
sure a. night follows day. The corn
shrivel.. There's no pain, no fuss,
If you think this soundg too good to
be true try it tonight on any corn,
eallus, wart or bunion.
"GET~S-ITr" Is sold by druggista
everywhere, 25ce a bottle, or seat di
rect by E. Iawrence & (Co. ,Chicago.
"GETS-IT" is sold in Iaurens by
faurons Drug Co. and Rays Pharma
Take notice that on the 23rd day of
January, 1915I, I will make a final set.
blement of the estate of Charles D.
Blabb, mhinor', in the,offlce of tile Pro.
bate Judge for Laurene County at 11
>'clock A. M.
Any person holding claims against
said estate are nlotifled and required to
present thlem on or before said date,
luly proven, or be forever barred,
0. 0. Thompson,
Eme. 22, 1914.--1 mo.
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This is just the kind of Stove we
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Made of best iron, well finished, four No.
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four joints of pipes only $9.75. We have
any size or price stove you may want.
The Old Year and The New W
THE Old Year will soon be gone, yet like the
... vanished years in all our lives it has held
something of value to treasure and remember.
If there have been days of disappointment, there
have been days of compensation. If there have
been moments of sorrow, these have been recom
4pensed by days of joy.rein
But to those of us who are wise the important +
things are Faith and Courage. These, with the *
W Work and the Ripe Experience of the
~Years, urge us toyet Greater Victories.Bnk
of Larensextends to all its friends its felicita
tin for the year, and all the years to come.
ion, Security and Peace.
That is our wish.
Make Our Bank Your Bank.
Enterprise National Bank
LAURENS, S. C.
New Year Greetings f
year that has passed and wish 0
each one bountiful prosperity
and happiness for the New Year.
IPowe Drug Company0
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