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SPARTANBURG BK .
[R !30UND OV[R!
chatrued )! ill 1cehinhm G oods tj
Ft'oln Campt 1 adsmordli. it'ter lte.
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k, - . - d
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Wa I ev lonlia y -e wp
11" I I T In( -trad tion- F
a 1 a r't I 11: ai I' a
r n - d e e fro -*. :.v
ernan n hi.. :' s L.. 1-1 . am
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pos'tmnatr of Spa~trta burg. an I S. r,.
103UED BY Tim
Buy Them A
Help WAin The
FOR SALE EVERYW
We have ja
for you, now.'
when you buy y
erage of 10 to:
many months ai
and we can sell
very . nearly eve
ers, Lace Curtai
ery, Enameled 3
S10 Pounds Gc
lhgby, wclt to Washiigton for a eon
,uiltation wvith Congressmuan Nicholls.
T!:n y also stated their caso to Soen
,!ter Ti linian an1d the1 reattlit was the
.7i . U n 'litedl State; 'o -
;u4 /, Sparanburg, i C':
h !. a ed n lland out ilulielilen!
o: w' l nt issnetl Cor (tis Geil
":IWI heari --Irthevr fromnns
\ 1 ' h i. l 41 no r Tillnial
. 1. .' I I m 'c nd, Dktie .\tter
1 olla has : lo in l I - I
T I Icn n%11 a vi h t: h I !~
N.n Th;, was fOllowed r
'I o ft 1 . i v I
th'' nai 'lie afe noni awii n e
c; 1 ?11 .1
mobi1Hle stop) before a cook shlack, :-av:
k Ilowers bring Ont a sack and
ll i1e antoni ile, thenl the re
4111 trip to town wvas begIti. Followed
he anloinlobile to theGilft, bakery
4 then to the Geilfu4 ss ho'll, 'I
(. 'o e stret. \\'hen4 1 Cook ilw' :
('arled intel hilug with the 1ood4
he:1 was stlolpped by tile iilitary pofllo1
':'i he sack 4 amnine d. it wa:s foun
' contain mhwe vans of etaporosti
'ilk. Iwo canls or peaches iand'' tw \,.o
:1n'! of pine apph'. ill aliIt i t llo i hon
.'1 :'nnt 11 , llf l (1 11d btl0 h n l: id lo
i 4 r iiwith ood1 1 lleat onl the il, ae
4rd1ing to ('orp. \\'i l:lnslun. Cr(oZs
cx:;.!iiItte h). \torney \\yche' ,11hl wit..
nd p er nt. Yue
our mecando ist o
rst double you mayor
i-we are Dbetter prep
nur Curin andrSm
Warend Window had i
...... No. 1 Store, (
aid that lie knew nothing about the
oods and then said thitt It was noth
ing but i .hones for ills (logs. Cross ex
a milned by Governor Evanis, the wit
nels Vwire that the ineat was good
i; e T.am11e, a. egress, forterly
tilIioyvtl by thle (eilfuss faiily as
cook, was Ile next wit ness ealled. Si
testlled that she knows the two Sol
r IIII)lticated. iva and Itowers.,
havi,:' f~ca oth of them at the Gail
Iiez:e (one or twice each week -
.i.Te i:'0brutry. Itas gueen both or thilni
' ri g.: id t bon s, riiast hieif, steaki .
.w., to tihe Geilfus hl one, I bing m)e'l
t cal tvery Hilt tilw calme ther.
..Im sw O o that. Iley blrOttAht ettllu
?1,ca1: when they ( :ho ile 1' the tbil h .
mm 'ne o feedI ix peoople. The wt
n1 s -t ,tied that ;hve (1uit the i lonihhi
(Tf the (h'-il nso faily when this afan1
:,111k :11i 1. T hat ()n thlt il-l the.
(iry; dit covere tiltd the imia, sh w
iii.,to the niiiar poliv
:" II I;'' rli ,i i h Ii !
1)"t l j; I lb oli
n o e tIa it l I.
W t bl n t ) '! lr at
1~ ~~~o vehdhe- en
1% lztvre 1 ved. atei when vI siI
n oi n.
\ rI * v. I - r,
A';I A- T ~itT
i n 2 li :- sItorT I n.d that Ie aske1i
herr to 1,0turn1 ie de!a t h ni. hu:
h I sh did not do ;o.
I allow in.:, the o ne-~ of ths
anno ned i ithat it hail complete I is
cas'e .vnr Evan s did not care to
k anv argil me nli mt n 'id n iler did
.\ lant lI i 'riet MArl y Wyche.
C;11111.li \(~ t l 1(1111l i' I Oll 0. . II
Juthlrl ( In on to k :n e he c
hatI he wonll hol i fnd an I'lr
ial. Ti aInaimit of Irnd w a e
S \I & I I. 1 W L IElm & S ( .
er Big W ei
ly come to J. C. Buri
>u will save some of
ir immense stocks-v~'
s. Come and see.
space to our No. 2 5
ired now to serve ou
hiown in Laurens. C
-handise far below th
mer goods of J. C. 13
uy your bill at thie\ F
nie the manufact rer.
lay to you at les tha
sed in CltigHai
s Shirts, Work Shi
is Skirts, Shirt Wais
ed Spreads, Towels,
es, Rugs, Soap, Soda
:co, Cigars, Cigarett<
urs & Co.
)ld Stand, 210 W. L
RED CR0SS NOTES. *
fly G. L. ou1k, *
(Chairnran of Publicity.) *
i On itte(l I ,ast WNeek.) *
* . e S * * * e a a * , *- *
Th clyss in stirgical dressings
hich wa.s iiitionlecd soile weeks ago
lit. leain wvork i the ariiiory. T h'
ork is undler thle stillcvislon of a
+eeial ini 1(ttor inl Iis work who
I I hot selt here biy tie Foutheril
i i(hm l( hliarlers andi will take a
Ir. ' [ 1" (ssons. Thirty lad ies
ri y'terd I toay niornig and
h iI in nrtd lie mnenbers of the
nuxiiaries in this work. The
on these tir'ssings-5 w iII on
th ' al tI he ariiory, is
ain e-nilitionl5 ist he met whlehi
kd . Irvin its being done any
c tw 0111 o :v i z a ., I :li(
i k is concernied. au
1 ~ ~ ~ 1 \v . ;n~ Zed a)t ||I I r
nI Wn last sivfulay, April
\ rl-'n2tini l here are'
iti I le - I I veeii
V. 1 , an111In1ni ANies w ich
1 h V1 ic Cross organtiizationls.
i, .(11111y h1.ve co01n1
Lo I caI ix. the i-ed of l Ctld(Cross worki
d thiiselves wit h this
V I Itin lit) h 1inn11w -. hlave
. T I nit are now Within the
nr '. local chapter iore
- ! :i o wa no-ni iers. W-ith
all t hi sgh
i!-v larger Th
h melroly beecn at
h. hroligh th' ine
'Iihn thlii e local chap
t--r Wi i , n :s1t w ek atlelipt to giv-a
1hi t be t' 11 1he local and auxllxI
N~r -ha t", : : c lee repIor.t of thle
wr ti! ee:' lishdl during that period
S)ni fleatur of th e wok accoimi
plishe-d bIy the4 local chapter Which
Si'ould cause pri'd among the memvi11
h !rs Owthe local hilapter is the excep
timnal suI(cce'ss wlilih was attained by
1.'th co ililitte onl woa'lliats work in
co'ttlax- len of, refugeiiiiee garmenls.
Thlo h al (.1.nnu1inee cOllected at total
of 1.1.7, of lt(, trme s which have
'er ly I n1 sipped. This is a figuro
n\ h ('2n :par:; very lavorably with
S;rort-s fseV'ral of i the cuiis of
hi. :nil other state1s.
\.was Stated soie timie ago i the
ie of the lUtld Cross (hap)tlers
no. hard at work inl Ile itlerest
ek at J.C.J
,. & Co.'s 2 Big Stoi
your hard-earned dc
wre haven't time nor
tore. on the Squar<
tr increasing trade.
)ur two stores are pi
e present market pri
urns & Co. thap you
s have etn advancia
n mnAufacturers asi
t Shoes, Dry Goodt
3, Overalls, Work.Pa
ts, Collars, Ties, Un4
's 2 Big St
aiurens St N4
if the current Liberty ILan. This, k '
. thing whilch they should consider as
Iruchr their (lit y as Red Cross work at
he Irenetiut t ne. As a matter of fact,
he two movements, both standing as
he'y do for the sam11e0 great cause,
lould go hand Ilin hand. It is Ihe pa
reti ilduty of every onIe to do his
mrt in the great work of tile Red
ro)s. Iu tlie saie manner it is as
un1 ch the!r diy iC. get behind the
vAh oa. n Campaign and put it
Iv- th' top for F"re(edm, Tibe'1ty. and
Sucn n~ ith1 ('rimson ('lower.
Air. It. Vanlce Irby and Or. W. 11.
ial. two of the "lown fariners" who
lo lore ,hal talk about farming, are
list. now hlihing plant iig ( tol
lho they have had fine stands of
'rimason clover this year. Mr. Irby
(I ahi Iwelnty-five acres of heall
;1u11 clover. and .(Aclt which hie filnc d
in-Gr' w.itl a large tractor and dise
ov \\hile 1.;r. Dial made a light eit
ing ott of hi. bo;e trning unoder.
'b1 ."f-11nillmen --aved snmll piie
ron whill to ."ather -ced for n11 cxtI
r. Mr. I lv land whe Ire h as
etI 0 lati- clover for svevraI years
1Y in a high etate of cultiva
ion. Int 1)r. 1ial ik ncig clover and
iiher ti m n w, reiininl a consid
rahl ' reag' whiil I has only had
or Seser'al years. Both of them have
irll the claim ihat crhnson
FOR ALL 0
What ma s a mor
Ice Cream? e are a
your table a a momen
Do not low yo rs
pany" whe a iciou
without troi> e.
Phone U '
Burns & C1
'es and buy your S
liars. Read every i
space. This newsp
e---have opened uj
We now have the I
led and stacked full
ce today, and you <
are right---you will
Stores. Our goo<
ng the prices on god
: for the same goods
s, Dress Goods, Miu
nts, Boys' Knee Pa
lerwear, Hosiery, G
ns, Racket Goods,'
Powder, Starch, I
2 Stbre North Sid
clover is impracticable bccaulse of I
ielay it causes In planting, for tb r
faiming plogiami Is; well up with that
,If othe(r farmers.
City School Tax itaised.
At a meet ing of citizens of the Lau
rems city school district, held iln the
Court 1lou-c yesterday, thle school
levy foI uning expenses was in
crecned rcm 6 to 7 1-2 mills for next
s ,sion. It is uiderstood that tl in
etee w'ila in coitepla tion of an ex
pe< te I l in the salaries of teach
liNtui (1 Soldier to f(eture.
\Air. llow!an- Cai2:bll. a South '
olina e:: Aho has just, ri'tudarll from
the fiont. l I) ive an ilnu Alatcd lec
titlre at 1)h. a !u o-i iml of the Laurens
cotonw mill Thursday evening at 8:30
w'.'* fOr ihe bInellt f the 1.aurens
.\}i!! 1 I (' ess :uixil iary ''haplter. .Mr.
Capl .' willshow v:I ios weapons
nIw I (m th 1 rn fiOnt aill
V "I :Cll Of !!is exeI i< ne. % there.
An :d'ti ie chlar-_- I1.-, anid 25
Ie~ wb made.
l lev. ri Mis. A. J. all soni, tillrn
' d a:niiies foim India. will he at
ih' A. 1!. lP. Chiut h next Salath.
. l . 'im an will talk to tile Y. P. C.
t-.at p.m. and I x linonl will
il1 ii- d.
e delicious dessert than
ways ready to furnish
elf to fret over "com
s dessert can be had
pring and Sum
aper would not
argest stocks of
[of good things
an rest assured
save on an av
is were bought
>ds each month
1, and we handle
nts, Boys' Suits,
e Public Square