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WeAreAtomobil Tire Delr
SWGRTNCKL A& CO.
When Ready to Put New Tires On Your Car Think of Us
We handle the Famous Diamond Squegee Tire, Red Side, Black Tread, made by the Goodrich Tire and
Rubber Company. This tire needs no praise from us, as its long record for wear and riding qualities is already
familiar to the automobile public.
What we want to impress on you is that we always have a large line in stock and are ready at all times and
on short notice to supply your -needs.
DON'T FORGET! WHEN READY FOR TIRES, SEE US
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o!'ii voi4,g sh l m4f-athe Sicf-I
a . . 'In , Mr. M. .1. Sl Penn
} be 1 i- I(o-i I in every re. rwe (C.
cfir 3 in ttit14, day coaches an
'i~a1ge eabAi, rand in wi ll ruiv in WVat
Ingter at G o'leoc th morning of the
It wil In glio tol the nation's cap
itol to have these old onfeeerate vet
er:ans in asldvgton the morning of
the 4th). as the 4t11 or June with them
will bake p- ntter ith or ty to us
Wl C~onfer' with Juidge o. (.. 'riloirn)
Ron ond NI. .1. Sflipofl for lbarticltar.
'Jh i% trin witl staIirt. from Greenwood,
carrying the eenwood county, An
tetn, reenil le A ievlle and Wauh
renyuntyG 'clotie Thrin Saoard
Iwill blo goo11 for that iions, ca
fthe [fhnts te4~th o eithne orit th
al. one wit .omudge . . Th.mp
carring he Geenoord Aouir lAn
C. ComtonTlanta uA.
on Hand Bought H
IC,.a. \hiy a Th. 4 uart1 y on
4 1n( 4 1-1 thIi. Iha L I IVon 14 a
Ih M:. the I Ith. ies iiI g
Ii wa pr 1en t 111 iS4o t 1n
ii ainl 1(1'<dililt 54essin wts
i. Al:i n i .\rins.rong, of ihi 1'. S.
Iay. Who i Iow )n1 a visit wit II
ha ' o.s- h': ;. Ias a buiisiiess - i.itor
1 411r : tt la week.
. r . Brooks tent .vral days
I '.v it. 'ah r atr n:ar
W a: i l i:h Sillllol wa:1 14-111 pa ie
' lilt. Conve2(r
.I j WC . t i 4 i t I V tlat
T rayIha G ard and te ( 1 I.Ier
ituard41 s espe Iiv%-ly.
Ir (. Fergu'ISonI a Id i \'incentl of I Atu
I' I , II 'V I I o nai 11I visit or11'; in( ou
i 41 a -I pi'lt I1, n ~ (I I 4'1 it i
TIsday t4rIIoonI by a1 severeil winl? .1 -
rain and hall sorim, though no Ila
terizal damage wats done so far' as coilI
I:e as(ortained, owitig to the growing
crops being rIrtarded. ind in many in
stances plated over. The hall stones
were large and in some instanves the
stones were as large as guinea eggs.
Mrs. Fate 1-lenderson and little
daughter, Kathleen, or .iDurhin, spent
Tuesday until Wednesday with Mr.
San Switzer and family.
Mrs. .J. M. Bolt of Greenville, stop
ped over and visited her daughter Mrs.
W. C. Brownlee and other relatives
here. on her return .fom the Ekom sec
tion wlere she went to he present at
tho hurial of her sister, M. Is. Clara
fooper at Un4on church.
Mr'. Warren Cheek of Augusta, Ga.,
was on a br'ief visit to his sister, Mr's.
7,ack Gray 'last week.
Mrs. Sm it h oyd and~ little Eleanor
>f G:reenwoodi, are the guests of Mrs.
It. Y. Simmons and family t his week.
Mr. nnd Mr. WV. K. Bolt. and chil
LS & OMPANY
suy From U, Now and Get the Advantage of the Old
Sooin, Aiticipate Your Needs Now.
YOUR EYES YOUR CAPITAL
Think what you would do if your eyes were to suddenly fail you.
What would be your feelings should you wake up some morning to the knowl
edge that you were BLIND?
EYE STRAIN PRODUCES, BLINDNESS
You can avoid this by letting us fit your eyes with suitable glasses.
No two eyes are alike, and we FIT THE GLASS TO THE EYE.
Conserve your capital by saving your eyes. You have only one pair--make
them last your life time. We will show you how.
Come to the Demonstration
Hemstitching, Pecot Edges, Pintuck Effects, -ilo Embroideries in
long and short and satin stitch; Battenberg Dravin Work and Roman
Cut Work, taught this week by a special repres ntative from the fac
The King of Seimng M chines
THE WHITE AOT A RY
Beautiful Fancy Work Displayed Here This Week.
Learn How It Is Made. Machines Sold at Very Low Prices.
W. P. HU D GEN S
Lasurens, S. C.
ef or the Rise. I
r Rise is Predicted
I Irn I o f lI II(-k o Y T avein w. e v re itInd(Ia y
V is:it r of - ()I . .- . .1. . xitrownl e .n
.\r. and .\r. , . 1. U.Brook.s of (Gra ,
('ourt, and \r. ". 1". Brooks adi .\lr
1'.. . sliulivan of 1 .aill ens were hllu
::iwnd thet day gucsts, of .\rs. 1. S,
.Mr. and Mr . .l. T. (illespio? oI
fIe IelvillI, a d11 .\lrs. li arris Curry.
.\rs. Willi Harris and Mrs. llas(Ii
(;ray of Myis ple composed a partW
that luo'oIed to (a ,mp Ihri. Lou dcla
sunlday whero thley mlade a1 brief (-aIt
n I n il i ln h llter (;uards.
.\ r. and .\1r. 1laske I ( ;ray and Iit
cle Haskell , r were visitors of Mr
n i is ry ad.1 W. famllily Su iay.
.\ I. ( 'oI)v r- Iinld Ison of hll(
lI tl r ( c iI s stal ion d at IIaI rens
. se S u ay w id omIlik i.t .
I I e 74 1e t 11 e I wa E of I ,
g IItI of I iN1A. N 1WS. l Wed
.'n, .Uny 'I. .~~a an da(ughiintr wii
ort~ int.c vh e tIha o h
duOllg lneed to hier hed for over a year
Thl.e i :il took plac at %ab 'n Thiurs
dahy mlornling. funeral extercises beinw
colll d b,. R6v. W. ..-Baldwin.
:Ir. 1.. W. .\lartin was I an 1.-r
Sanlterthry < n1 spoial bmunitess.
.\lisses itde and .\lyria Knight ce
thle GrIeenponid sectionl were the charmll
ing gusts of Mrs. A. S. Iolder Wed.
.\r. W. Samy and dugiter, 'ir
illia. werl ily runain il oenl da;
ling te past week oni busiess.
Mrs. 1naMs. l Revos spent Wednies
day w'il Mrs. C. V. IIIpp.
.rsI.. F,a I e ne nnddlill ni tl
daughter of Durbin Community spen
Wedliesday night witll fer mother
Mrs. Sam Switze..
.\r-4. IHattie Gray o~f Gray Couri
spent Thursday night with 'Mrs. 1. 9
Bre for and faiuly.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Switzer spen
the i eek-end with friends4 and rela
tive.. at Friendshipl.
M.Sidney 'Armattrong Wiebratet
his ye-arly faily reuinion last Friday,
All report a delightful time.
Mr. and Mrs. Belton Owens of Gray
Court was the spend-thec-day g'iest of