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IN LANiVOILD NEMlS.
IN NRDNV. *
Lanford, March 24.-We were sorry
to heat' of the death of a bright yotung
wonan, Mliss Iutli Mattox, who died
at Enoree last ryeek.% Her remains
were brought here and tenderly laidt
to rest, by a largo circle of relatives
and friends. The funeral services
Were .conducted by Rev. Prince, pasz
tor at Entoree. 'Miss Ruth iassed her
childhoodl (lays here utnll about 4 or
r years ago when she moved to Spar
tanbu'rg where she was engaged in
telephone service. She leaves a father.
two sisters and one brother, with whom
We deeply sympatihize.
Miss Pay Iil, of Enoree, Mrs. C. 1).
Cox. Miss Cooper were Visitors at the
home of Nir. M. L. Burnett during the
week, to t'xamine tihe beautiful new
piano he has recenti ypurchased t'or
his little daughters.
Mr. Belton Lanford and 'Misses
Etolia and Florrie Lanford, of Wood
ruff, were guests of relatives and
friends here Sunday. We were all
glad to see them back in their old
home town again.
Ni iss Daisy Ilarris, the home demon
st ration agent met with the school and
thbe lu ral 1mprovement asoe%-tion
Friday afternoon and gave some very
valuale demonstration to sowing club
and tihe ladles enloyed sOme of the
dailtles made witlh the good nayon
aise. toiiato jelly, salads, sandwicles.
etc., which Miss Harris is an expert
The all-day singing at Einoree was
well attended Sunday and it was an
flonned that L, anford is to have one
ntxf Sunday, March 30th. All are in
vited to attend. Biring your lun ches
witih you anl spend the (lay in singing
beauitiful songs of praise to our Master
aud it will w :1 day well s lent in the
Mr. A. 11. H1olmes has had his hout'e'
remodeled and it looks like a new
residence, which adds very muchl to
the appearance of the plIce.
Mr. and' Mrs. H. T. Ferguson of
Spa rtanhot rg and Mrs. Lou b'erguIson
and little daughter of Laurens, and
Mr. Harprr Higgins of Unt!on, spent
'uiday with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. IJig
Mrs. 1onnie Price and Mrs. E. L.
'Tompson, of (reenwood, are visit
inw the former's grandmother. Mrs. W.
Nrs. . A. lrunmmond attended the
woman's meetinlg held at Spartanbuirg
la t Friday and Saturday an(l reports
li~ister of the
a ver'' Ielpflul and Inspiring meeting.
Some of the effects of the meeting
were seen Sunday in the organization
of a Y. W. A. band.
Mrs. R. T. Crow, Mrs. W. T. Cooper,
Mr. A. L,. Crow and family went to
Spartanburg Saturday, to do some
Mr. J. It. Patterson wias in Laurens
last week visiting her sister, Mrs. An
Mr. B. W. Jolinson and family, Mr.
R. L. Moore and family, and Misses
RIuth and INannle May Lanford, all of
Arcadia, visited their parents Sunday.
Mr. Talmage Patterson has landed
safely on this side and will be at home
at an early date.
There will be an ice cream supper
giventi at the school house Friday
night, Marcl 28th. Lot everybody
come and buy lots of cream, to hell)
out the school. Captain W. I. ilh'hey,
of i urens. has been invited to make
a talk and tell of some of his experi
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CROSS HILL NEWS.
Cross 11111, Al'arch 24.--Marriage be
gani in Cross 11111 again last Tuesday
when Mrii . I oyle Coleman led in mar
riage Miss Beatrice Waird at the home
of the bride four miles below this
jplaet'. 'Mr. Coleman was discharged
from military service a few weeks ago
at Camp Jackson and is the only son
of Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Coleman.
Th'lie second wedd in.g occurred Wed
nesday whel Mr. W. Arthur Worknian.
a prolineit aind successful farmer,
was Joined in matilmony to Miss Beula
Turner, both of this section. The mar
riage ceremony was performed at Clin
ton. The bride is the oldest daughter
of Mr. John W. Turner.
Both of these couples are settled on
farms where they are heginning life
in their new relations 'with happy
hearts and cheeiing hopes of futuire
pirosperity. They have the congr'atu
hations of many frie'nds.
At. the Laymen's Convention held at
(reenwood last wee!k the Cross Hill
aptit church was represented by
Rjev. J. (4. Wilson, Messrs. A. M. 1111,
A if. Gloggans, L,. E. Martin. J. A. Dav
enport, A. .1. McKhrick, W. P. Cuilbeirt
4on and Tolin B. Wharton.
Messrs. W. P. Thomason and M. L.
smith of Laurens, were here on 3rd
Sunday morning and spoke at the flap
ist church in the interest of the Lay
(en's 'Missionary movemejit.
1'8f i 'hrIrne, 1Ky., has r'egi sit'ed
of Iaouisv'ille, Ky3.
tiut stalin, " 'irI Appar'ent".
il d Chief No. 2132.
-Bourbon Chief No. 976.
?ll('en No. 3646 by lold d ust No. 2581
y Ilowe's Rieluniond,
y HIighlhand 's Golddust.
y Yellow Jacket No. 112.
J. 13. Nall, Secretai
It has been agreed and- announced
that during this year there will be un
ion services for all congregations at
one of the' churches on each 5th Sun
(lily morning. The services next. Sun
(lily morning will be held at the Pres
byterian church when sonc Invited
speaker 'lli conduct the worship.
Friday and Saturday, larch 14 and
15, were observed as o)ening days at
the millinery store of the Misses Rudd.
Quite a crowd of ladies were in town
and found a beauitiful display In the
latest styles of millinery fashions
ready for their InapecCion and choice.
- Miss Lizzle L. Grlillii of the Cross
Hill school, spent the week-end .with
relatives inl G reeniiwoodA.
Aliss Mildred Wilson went 1.o New
berry Friday, where she visited her
I)arents for the iweek-end.
Misses 'Carry and Lucile Fuller. of
Atlanta, were here Saturday angl Sun
(lay, to see their cousin, Mr's. ell
Gut-hrle and others.
Miss Mary 11111 of the Mt. Pleasant
school was here Friday to Sunday,
* 'TYLE' ERVILLE NEWS.
Tylersville. Manrh 2I.--Our farmers
aire very busy trylng to get their
farms ready to 'plit. There has been
so much rain that they ar" badly be
The funeral of Mr. M. 11. Poole, who
died at. the Laurens hospital early
Saturday morning, was helid at Lang
ston church at 11:30 o'clock Sunday
morning. Rev. .1. -it. Williams, his pas
tor and Mr. C. 13. Bobo conduct ed the
services. Quitt . lianumber of peoplv
atlended the services.
Miss Lidle Peterson, of Spartanburg,
spent the week-encid with homefolks,
Mr. Henry Poole spent, Sunday with
Mr. W. P. Poole.
Mr. C. A. Power aid family dined
with Mrs. M. 0. Clark Sunday.
Mr. Harvey Poole, of Union, Mr.
.John Powers and daughter, Ora, of
Maddei, Mr. aiid Mrs. Bland, of Sum
ter and Mr. Carl Pattersoni andl family
of Lanford, slielt Sunday with Mr. T.
P. Poole's family.
Mr. Clarence Sanders and family
have moved into our community re
Mrs. M. I. Clark and daugh'(r, Miss
Lila, spent Thursday afternooni with
Mrs. W. P. Poole.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1R. Coope.' spent
Thirsday in Cross Anchor wi'.h Mi.
Mr. and Mis. J. it. Patterson were
the guests of Mrs. J. F. Poole Sunday.
Messrs. W. P. P1oole, P. F. Poole. Clar
ec(e'i Siders .and C. R1. Cooper 'were
buisiiiess visitors in Ilurenp Satur'daiy.
Miss Maude Poole spent Friday af
tornoon with Miss Lila Clark.
Little Margaret Poole has been on
the sick lisi, but is much better at 1his
Mrs. W. P. Poole and son, Callio
visited iII Clinton recently.
Alaska Ice Cream Freezers. All sizes
S. M. & M. H. WILKES & CO.
American Owned, Entirely!
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
Quick Relief-with Safety!
For Headache Colds
Earache Influenzal Colds
Lumbago Bac AcIche
Adults-Take one or two
tablets with water. If neces
sary, repeat dose three times a
day, after meals.
Sinco the original introduetion of
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" millions
upon millions of these genuine tab
lets have been prescribed by phkysi
ciatis and taken by the people each
year, with perfect, safety.
Always insist upon
The"Bayer Cross-on Genuine Tablets
Aspirin is thec trade mark or flayc'r Mwmifi'
ture of 1onoaccticacidester of Saicyi ivcil
20-cent package--Larger sizes. Buy
only original Bayer packages.
ve purchased the Ro:
at Laurens, S. C.,
;e, weighs 1,200 lbs.,
t any kind of a mar
cans see by his Regie
I in the purple.
ie and look him ove
Horse at present <
on's Sales Stables, Le
.le F 0 O TER'S
Clear rs and Dyers of Wearing Apparel and L< .1
hold Furnishings of All Descriptions.
WE DYE AND CLEAN ARMY CLOTHES
Parcel Post and Express Shipments Gi n
FOOTER'S DYE WORKS, Cumberland, Md.
Ci'ty Opera HouseQ
FR DAY- THIS WEEK
Coillege Glee Club
This Club comes to Laurens
with a program of high class mu
sic and songs that will delight all
"The -Studi~o Girl" ba
A Delightful Picture Version of Comedy
of Real Life
Price 25 cents and 50 cents
r'al Bred Stallion and will stand
this season. He is a big bone
fine driver, gentie and kind.
e bred to him would bring a
tration Certificate that he is
~r. The fee will be $15.00
an be seen at W. P. Childress
urens, S. C.
At W. P. Childress
ED& Sons Stable