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* LANFOlD NEWS. *
L anford, April 7.-Capt. W. R.
Richey nade a ver interesting talk
last Thursday night at the schoolhouse
relating his experiences overseas tand
al0 enjoyed it very much. The ladies
of he Rural improvement associa
tion 'old creai afterwards and realiz
md a. at little silin for tihe benelt of
o. Louis aanford 'lho has Tt'en in
entle htotie 'st wek~ lon a
S-- at fv. ( days aini was blook
ar; vil( wtel ill thll -ervice
-le' left SIturday nigt I to
P !e l;:.h of April.
. I v. .o . V . \ ilii:!mn:s. is
I r l i. in :I motii lng
11nc h1 lit l'stor C.
n \l of' \\'iio Cr( ck, to
r. [uray atI' lt oll and he
V - al Filry11 1an s app alI forI thIe (
it) bw on t the t task bifore
h 1 . 1 1 th s t I wit II diligen1tce,. it
wa :t -:()(d and weill delivered sern1 ",In
andi xsc c onIgr ,Ia tulteIII WarrIor :)I reek:(,A
n it5 u fortutteI4 to seur s ch N
: ',;-;tor. Sunday inorling, tvo
wI I- i o\ It laymien from IIutIIs.
.\ Ie. ' . I. 1,. S initI and W. P. TIhoIa
s(n. llade splendid talks Oil the Lay
minl Alissiolary .\iiovenient, and the
dril4 nos,,\ oi inl this mlovemnilt. floth
talsi wverv spli lid. \lr. SIith was the
;on ,f oul former pastor 111( it re
in'd. I us of the fact, I hotigh he is
dead. his voice still speaketh to us,
ani dis Godly influence -will live for
Mi-s Othello Johlinsoni and two of
hr friends, the Misses Gaines, of
Sptaiburg, siwlit Stiliday with hir
at h. :. Alr. l. Ml. .lohnson.
. -:. .ame 1I)ruonunodil will leave
n1 wIk for an extendcd visit Ict l
.i: 1r1.-111411n. inl .\labama. They
amv. lq S1.1-n each o iter for '25or :.It
.. .1. E. .lhhnsonl an1( famnily. 1114
u iir. iow alit .\ 1 .1a y wert visiling
le-r' .aunda.\ and all t h-ir fr'it'nds
w .;Ilb l to IIIthem ilack inl their
.\:M 0. V-. Fo ,e pcent a ve(Iry
plea-oant we' at lBarksdale ill the ntew
hom. of MIr. and 'Mrs. Don urns.
lt s. tamnt-s .\dams and dalighters, of
Fountain inn, and Mrs. Nannie Mar
till visited lrs. .1. R. Patterson for
the week-end. Mrs. Nabors, of Lau
rens,. and Mrs. Furman Poole visited
her here last week.
M rs. Hunsinger, of Gastonia, visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Ilar
The flu seems to have a fresh start
in the Central community, in the fain
ilies of 'lI-. R. 1. Parson, Mr. George
P'uloy, Mr. G. J. Lanford, Mr. J. 0.
arrt it r'id others. We hope thl.
will -. mn ho ol! t~Aui.
Dr. kiser, of the State Board of
flalth. Willhbe at our'l, school next
Frid'y afternoon aInt is very anxiotis
0 .i 11 al the patr4on1s 111d 111ste('s
of ' tr whol on1 a suhitel. oIf vital in1
tt r4'- to th101m. P'lease arrange to he
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E-k~ctm. Aprtil 7.-\Ve wvere glad1 tose
1he nice7 litte April showers, hntt tilt
farm r'~s woulId have hb-en glad to have
had a itoodt season4 as the gr'oundi is
Thl re as a good crowd4 in attend
f\r . .4. (ooer Suntday night. \Ve
C(ooper~ next Sitnday nighlt.
Mr-. I. C. ('ulhiertson has lbeen -ight
si w' has wiek. bult is some44 biettt-r
71f' 24n17 ( 'i'tirr l' PtShlis p t
.\lre. 2). Co p r
10o l Moore an Mr1 \iis. Nt-il Moore were
Mh.- ('art f'ilhtortsonl andI childreni
.iiirts Siiturd-eay nighlt 114nd Slindaly.
I i'. .T. L, D~onnon made(1 a prIoftssion
ii visit iln Oli' stt(lin Slinday atfte
IOl. 1. (G. (Cooper' was ill Latrenq on
\.iiss Loui14 Coper spenit Saturiday
night wvli\th Ais Irn Co4' hoper'.
Gray toopr an wiii1'Ife.
Peinshion Not lee.
wi o apptlitd to th- (Coiii
hi 1Ir-;by ih'Slat I.rd and 0 11that
al 'r'. ' i totbe tiacted (in te rolil tilt-y
m n n'w app411 to tile Priobatt .1 liige.
0. G T Ihiomno1)0n.
WELCOME TO ALL RETURNING SOLDIERS
Our hearts are filled with joy as we welcome you home again.
The hearts that ached as you left us are now over
flowing with joy that you have returned.
The thunder of the guns has been silenced--the quiet of Peace has decended like
a benediction on the martyred field of France--and our boys are safe at horpie agian.
You mothers, you sisters, you wives and sweethearts who have
. waited and feared and wondered if your boy would ever come back
who have prayed for him in the quiet night hours, have tramped ~wih
him in spirit on weary marches, stood with him in the rain and mu
of the trenches and suffered with him on his hospital cot-what must
be your joy to-day, for he has come back to you. The clouds have
broken, the shadows have passed; the pure sweet light of Peace is
bathing the world as on Resurrection morn.
We have been delayed in opening our store on account of not receiving
our fixtures but are glad to announce that they have at last arrived and
are being installed and we shall be Open and Ready for Business by
Saturday, April 12th.
We are ready to out-fit you now and invite you to call on us for those
Wharton Clothing Company
CASH CLOTHIERS "SUITS ME"
LAURENS, S. C.