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J. WADE -ANDERSON
CLAIMED BY DEATH
Passed Away Sunday Afternoon Fol.
lowing an Attack of Heart Troulple,
John Wade Anderson, a well known
and higl.ly esteeled citizen of Lau
renls, paised away at his hoie on the
easterni side of the city Suinday after
noon following ani attack of heart
trouble. lie had not beeii well for
several days, but was able to be ill
aid about even intil a few hours be
fore hiII; death. lie was lin the city
Sunday lorning for a short time. The
attack carne u1on i ini d1irin-g the af
ternoon and Ie died within an hour.
The burial services were hield at
the Laurens ceineteryv .\ondayv after
11oon1, being largely attended by
rriends and relatives. The services
weve conducte(l by Riev. C. P. linikin
and)( Rev. S. f1. Tellnpleinlanl. The fol
lowing acted Is all hcarers: 1in
orary--Col. 11. Y. S.iinpson, .1. N.
'Wright, Ill-. 1'. S. Fntllr, P. 11. .\e..
Gowan. .J. \V. Todd. 1). .\. Sinison. .1.
F. Tolbert. 1). . larnette. )r. It. M.
Hughes; .\tivt e\l. b. S1ith1, 1). .\A.
Norwood, J. C. Iloyd. \W. 1>. 1IlL tiie s.
T. N-. Todd. .Joh n Ch ild ress. \W. 1,. Tay
lot, -. S. lindten.i A. .\ :nbrvoso IIIdgenIs.
.\Ir. .\nd rSon was born .ily v 2 I, 1 17.
Ith s n of , the hi w ir. Ihavid I . -\nder
Son. of fhis lcotity. lie luid lived in
th1is vity for. w. ny years, biving vari
onlsly naedinl farining,. cattle rais
ing and dair in iti2. ie took a great deal
of lilterttI ill inm a firs and took
the leadershipl ill orgInizting il- first
farinl loanl association inl tis- counity.
of which Ithe was elected president. lIe
Was I Iieinber if the city board of
hleajlij an1d tloho aln active intleresi ill
lvIlc a "!at q. ! . w(, of a kindlv tnd
geniiou nil~Faturie, tinyinug a wide
.tri(inds hip hIhI I omglo tIhe c ity antd
.1l1. .\ith(1, i naIri d \1 iss Itav inl
oar C l \ Ife'. She and the4 fod vllin elii.
41ren s5 rivie h i : -v. \V. Ity .\ n
.hu1 '. wt U.:1,'en4: ltv ith r .
.\nider-soun, of i uat nhuk1. Cenir
.n r n:Nichii! an.i1 1.ew .\:O o
it !14n : .bok A d r o .\l .
(4. v %
It \ . I I (I i 1 n i .'
N . o
.\ ~L. .\la mil an t,.f , renI od
and one: r A ! r iter1V. W w l .
See~i int :l-'en s i hn b
S. N. E& \I. HlhimS IV C().
V ir r I c rd of
" ro IhI I tId of
ihe S t iue \Vater
sung by G'uck
Both are I
Thei Victor Rec
is julst as trully Gll
You have only
Victr-ola to realize
HerT sweeft sy
:' here in all its simnpi<
nIrg anld lifelike c
though you were
artist 01n thle concer
The proo is in the he
gfadly play for you any of th
Victor Records by any other of
T here 'are Victors and V
from $10 to $300.
* Honor *#11 of WadsWM- Schoo *
First Gradi, ---Stewart Brown, Joe
Secoild (1 rala-Louise Iuori, Guy
Fourth Grade-lI11dred Workman,
Fift h Grade-Agnes Davis, Rluth
Work(Inen1, Anlsel lht1ford.
Sixth Grade-Agnes Young, . Carric
Belle Yoting, Alarian Workainn, Clar
age Lawson, .unson Buford, Dallas
Bloyd, D. Williamus.
I'ighth Grade-Josephile Workman,
Charles Williams, Hugh Workman,
*loimor Ito ltock Bridge School. *
Fi'rst Gradd-Ilarry Davj. Wva-ls
oCond (;rade-Frank Bailey, Alma
1avis Zeline Davis, IJorothy Chandler,
Third (Grade-.-1'ouise lI ecnel, Mary
35 Dozen'Good Size Huc]
els, Special, 10c Ea,
In these times
here and ther
goods for less
whein goods v
ok price basi
2,000 Yards: 36-in
As Long i
12 Pieces Amoske,
Madras, both ir
15 Pieces Extra Fir
Goods in All th<
50 Pieces 27-ia
LAURENS COUNT YWINS
MANX SCHOOL PRIZES
Awvards Were Announced at State
Teachers' 3eeting in Columbia Last
Latirens (o'lity was well represeoit
ed at tihe State Teachers' \lcctii ii
Coluinbia last week, forty-tive teach
ers attelding. The following took
'1lart on tile prograin: Supt. . L.
l'arkinson. miss Kate Wofford, Aliss
\'irginia Agnew, All-s liillne 1) llob
:on, of the I aurens City Schools; . \iss
Annie Workman, teacher of the nor
alia I class; Mrs. If. 0. Frierson, super
vising teacher; Miss Miinnie Wallabe
of the Drewerton school; Mliss bLucile
Cox, of lianford school; and Mr. I. T.
Wilson of Gray Coil r-Owings school.
,airenls received( Its share of priz
e offered by t he Sout Carolina
School linproveIent Association.
Twenty-tive prizes of forty dollars
each were awardi to the intdivitual
schools inl tlie stafte showing tile 0lost
rInl roVVeIent d(rn he linie betweenl
-*uiniary 1, HOW; atid Mlarch 1, 1917.
1New\ 11,arinony wovN\(l one( ot' hsepr-ize s,
.\ll. lewthel. IIeiing - ani d Iethtanly also
ha't new h.ilinls and applied for
prizes. They dt.:erve honmorable inenl
.\ prize of tn oll arS was given the
ilo al'as:sociation il n a1 ':tih 'outty) ra t;is
int g froi(nl outiside soltr(es th largest
alnount of tuoney. (;ray ('ourt-Owings
asoiaiotn won this prize, having
ad $ 0i1. Only oie associaliotn
inl ilhe stak- rai.-vd olu e 1101o )y 11han1
\ prize of* five dolla-s was givenl to
Ea t local associa it sttti snditg, ill
, welve reports to countly organizer of i
Iwe lve regular 1 1otllhly ilvetings.
11th11,1ng% and (;1re poil Won1 I hse
:I voer tinentIv (o1 .t I' d wa s - iv.on Io
the following school districts for
adqoplit!; compullsory school atitend I
n i ho gh 1lh co rol ti he 10
(.Ifal ool improvementil associations,:
I kt hi. .le Gingher,'tito l'Iaklte
''r i lno. \\'i1Elo t r, I anlfold.
You 1.( 1rys 01t1 ny 1 '1, i nF-Fr
nI Ir. lTri nly- iie . I o
lii l E r,14r,! ofI the 11a1st few days.
\!, ' 1:1 I na- 1-1 rii .h 1 a big rise a
d dyeeran -pecliators ,ee -4 o
ar h t if t e t 'u ' u m rn
I u l ai opt Ii I i a .lw In! a
b h. t ., .
i e I I h
to lpear her on the
that here is Alma
mpathletic voicc is
n the Victrola as
hearing this great
t or opera stage.
aring. Comec in and we will
e sixty--five Cluck records, or
the wvorld's greatest artists.
irtro'as in great varteh>y of style.
4o1 Culbertson, Bryan Greer.
Pourth Grade-William Bailey, Ada
Holmes Davis, Clyde Culbertson.
Fifth Grade--Annio Belle Bailey,
Viola Chandler, James Davis, Leita
Seventh Grade-Jack Davis, Alma
Eighth G]rade-Glenn Davis.
('lItionl for Lettgrs of .Administrilt fon.
State of South Carolina,
Counity of Laurenis.
By 0. G. Thompson, Probate Judge:
WV'hereas M'. J,' Sloan made suit to
me to giant h1 1li Letters of Adminis
tiatioii of the state and effects o, J.
These are crefore, to cl3e" and ad
imonish all id singular the kindred
and creditor of the s4id J. F. Sloan
deceased, th t they bo'and appar be
fore me, In ithe Conit of Probate, to
be held at I turona Court louse, Lau
r'ens, S'. C., orf'the 3rd day of April,
1917 next, after publication hereof, at
I I o'clock in the forenoon, to show
caulse, if any they have, why the said
adminnistration shou11d not be grant ed.
(ive n 1111der- my hand this 19th i day
(if April Anno Donuint, 1917.
0. (. Thompson,
35-21 .1. 1 . ,
of costly living
e interests ever
anyone to sho%
rere low in price
is-in fact, at p
t. Read over c
chi Standard Full Piece
rs T~hey Last.
ag 32-inch 'Fast Color
Dress and' Shirt
he Quality White Skirt
a New Weaves and
Figured Lawns and
Ve Divide Profits i
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
State of South Carolina.
County of Laurens. I
COURT OF COMMON PL,1AS.
V. -1. BABB, Plaintiff,
1)EN BROCK.MAN AN) MI NNi lE
To the Defendants Above Named, 1en
Br-ockman and Mlinie Brtockmnan;.
You are hereby summoned and re
,uired to 1anlswer the complaint in this
aican of whili a copy i3 ierewithI
nvedl up on : ou alld !0 serve a 4opy
t:f .o0l1 'an1sw er t0 .d S o11 il lt Oil
the subscribers at their olice at Laut
rens, South Carolina, within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclu
sive of the day of suell service; and
if you fail to answer- the complaint
Within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff
in this action will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in the coin
SIMPSON. COOPER & BABB,
Dated March 8th, A. D. 1917.
To the Absent Defendants, len Urock
mnan and Alinnie liroekian:
You will plemse. take no ice that
the col plaint in the ahove stlated action
was Illed in Ihe ofilee of the Clerk of
Court. of Coinlilonl Pleas for Ifo rlnS
"oilty. K'. C., oi the -th day of .\lachi.
1917, and is ntow on file thereiin.
SIM PSON. COOl'-lR & ILAiMi,
)ught to Int
the matter of s
yone and, while
v you a better
are now featui
, they'll be sold
rices bel v th<
arerully ana noi
50 Full Pieces Everett
As Long as '1
50 Pieces Lancaster D
Full Piece Perfects, I
12 Pieces Heavy Whi
inches wide, in Baske
dines and Far
75 Pieces Fancy 40-in<
As Long as '
Vith Our Customer
Notteo of W. M. V., Secoud DiVastem.
Our quarterly meeting has beem
postponed till April 21st, owing to the
protracted imieeting now being held at
First Uaptist church of Laurens, and'
school fair following. The prograur
will be announced later.
Cleo C. Wofford,
3Iildredinta Huir temedy Never Falls..
To restore gray hair to its natural
color and beauty. No matter how old
an( faded yout' hair looks, or how long
you have been gray,.it will work won
ders for you, keep you looking young,
promote a luxuriant growth of healthy
hair, stop its falling out and positive
ly remove dandruff. Will not soil
skin or linen. '1111 not injure your
hair. Is not a dIe.
Refuse all suibititutes; 50c a bottle
at Iaurens Drug Co.
Fit EE We Vll send a la rge trial bot
I Ie IE by retu rn mail, to
anyone who sends this couIpon to 111l
dred iomoise Co. Boston, Mass., with
their name and address and 10 cents
in silver to pay postage.
>zen Extra Size Huck
wels, 12 1-2c Each
aving a dollar
line of new
on the same
Le Lite UIAuuali
ress Ginghams, All
4o Short Lengths.
te Skirt Goods," 36
t Weaves, Gabar..
~h Voiles in All the