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LANFORUD NEWS. *
L.anford, .\ay 12.-1r. Geo. It. Simu
mions, secretary of the Y. M. C. A. work
inl S partanimrtg, made a very interest
int, as well as inits t rt'titlve, talk Suti
day afternoon in the interest Of the
grteat cetentinary drive niow on In the
Mr-;. irle and d1augh1 te r, Miss Mary
Earh'.,of Snartanburg, were the
guests of .\lrs. Etella Bomar.
Miss Nora Cannon is at ioie now
for the va'ation period, after teaching
'a %y-elm ssful school term at Trin
ity, inl Spa rtanburg County.
The play 2lven Friday night by the
impr-tov.metil A.Isociation Iand local
talent, was pronounced by all as very
good, an(] besides a neat little sum
was rea lized to be used in the improve
ment of tiue school.
Our schtool will close Friday. We
will celebrate the occasion with a
school picnie. The teachers, -Misses
trlarsdale and Mason, \will be greatly
missed for, by their sweet, gentle dis
positions, they have won for themit
setlvs many friends in ouri' mindst duri
jug their stay with us. And we wish
for them m1uncl success in the fture,
wh terevr thlteir lot imtay be cast.
Central school will close Wednes
day. They will have a pienic SatuI'
Mrs. Mamie Waters and little son,
of Laurens, spent the week-end with
lti. and Mirs. J. R. Franks went to
Spartanburg Swnday. M r. C. C. Cox
went with them and( drove their new
There Rotns to hA4 an epidemic
among the (attle in oui' community.
Mir. .1. W. Wofford has a sick cow and
ir. T.. )rummond lost a very line
cow (e day last week. A veterinary
sturon has made several Visits hete
Itfer. J. R. Williams met0 with Mhe
W. \l. V. of fhis place last ''lhu11rsday
aftero.0ol and made a good, itstruc
tive and encouraging talk.
.\tv. and .lt. ljutnelly. of ultfalo
EnliON. :,- lit one igh41t with Mlr. and
AIrS. J. S. Iiggins last week. I rs.
Higgins is contemplating a visit to
West loint, (Ga., Albany, and will proh
ably be in Atlanta for the Southern
Bapit ist convention.
Mliss Myrtle Gentry, one of Miss
Carrie Loll Higgins's pupils, spent the
we'ek-(tnd with her.
Mt's. Alamie Drutmmond atnd Nirs.
Eliza Iloleonib have returned from
an extended visit to relatives in
SN. B. DIAL, I
IBirmingham, Ala., and are in Green
ville with the former's son, Mr.
Charles Drumnmond, for a short visit
before return ing 110111 .
* POPLAR SPIClNGS NEWS. *
Poplar Sin1gs, May 12.-There was
a large colgregationi at Poplar Springs
church yesterday. There was no
ireaching, but 'Mr. Lamar Smith and
.%Itr. W. 11. 'T'hoimiason made addresses
in the interest of the aiymen's move
.\ir. Truman Copeland and Miss
%dia ry Simpson were united In Imlar
riage yesterday lorniing at the home
of the bride, Itev. las. P. Coleman of
Ileiating. The bride is the charming
daughter of Mr. Joli W. Simpson and
tlt groom Is a youtig farmer recently
retiurined from the army.
Mr. Casper Ridgeway and Miss Net
lie lobilson were married immledi
ately afterwards at the same iplace by
Rev. Jas. P). Colemn1i. Tie lride is
the gralid-daughter of Mr. Jas. ilobin
Soil. 'ile groom reepltly returne-1
frol France. We exteld to all of them
our coigratilations and wish for them
.iessirs. .'zell and lilwell Walkins
and .1. 11. Pitts went up1) to Greeiville
Satuorday to he at the soldiers celebra
lion, the 'Messrs. Watkins having been
recently discharged from tile army.
Mrs. Lula Posey, of Greenlville, Is
visiting her father, 'Mr. John W. Simp
soi, having come doyn to be at the
marriage of 11er sister.
ir. G. ID. Wood 'went ip to Tiger
ville last Friday.
Mir. and Mirs. J. B. Davis and chil
dIei. Jno. A. and !Miss Pollie, of the
H larmony section, also another son,
Rev. '. W. Davis and wife, of Puilier's
ville. Ky., anld Mr. Leland Maddell and
two daught els. of Ware Shoals. were
th Iu'ests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Davis
'I'le childnl of Mrs. S. F. Walkeir
had a reulioln at hlr hoille Silliday,
itose bing present were .\ir. and Mrs.
W. I". Walker aind eliiren, Nl'. antd I
Mis. W. S. Walker and daughtielr, of
th1is s1 ct ion, lir. anid 'Mrs. John u l r
nelt and childoren. .ir. and 'irs. Bailey
Walker ald childreni, of Gr 'eelwood,
and Mr. Frank Walker antd the chil
dren of Ir. Grover Hill, of Ekom.
'Mr. and Mrs. G. T. A'brams aiii Miss
es Ellen and lattie Abrams were the
week-end guests of Mr. ald 'Mrs. 3Ma
Mir. and Mlrs. Carroll lledge vIsit
kour Friends a
rens County an
ed at 'Mr. and 'Mrs. J. R. Elledge's Sun
'l\r. Kelsey Wood, son of \Ir. and
Mrs. T. T. Woo . has returned from
Tigerville where 'e ias been attend
itig s(1hool the yi I session. He came
back with two eildals. We rejoice
with him In IIhis jecess, being glad to
know orii home* 'vs make good -when
in competition u..a thio.e fr . othe'
Two of U. S. Trains- laitle Philips
F.inish Seconid Letx of Trip. Success
of F litdi't .\pparently AssurIl.
Washing ton, M1ay 10.-Arrival at
Trepassey lay, N. F., of two of the
three American niavy seaplaics, which
Started from lockaway, N. Y., on the
trains-Atlantic light, insures the suc
(ess of the whole enterprise, in the
iniio o naval otlicers here. Whlen
; 1-n4:"i1d thle llavy depiart
il-nil ton ight that tile seconid of the
I h NC-8 has reached Trepas
sey flay in today's flight from Halifax.
'',r It had hen forced to turn back
he(rause of a broken i'propeller, officers
-,I*(, to conueal their feep sat
While detailed reports from Com
manider John 11. Towers, commanding
the seaplane division on the flight
from lockaway to Trepassey Bay of
tile NC-i vid N'C-3, probably will not
he receive,' for a day or so, it is be
lieved Ie would have communicated
promptly had lie encountered any dif
fleulty, cither with his machines or
with i the arrangement Orw guiding the
flight by radio compass signals.
The third plane, the NC-f, was still
at Chatham Lfight, 'Mass., tonight, get
ting ready to continue the trip to Tre
passey [lay, Lieut. Commiander Read in
charge of tihle plans. may get started
tomorrow andl( it was geiiraIy exiwet
ed at the navy departient that the ac
tnal passage across the Atlantic vii
the Azore.s would not he attempted In
til the NC-I also renehed the New
oiinilianl .umping off place. The
de1cisions rest. however with Comn
imandeil1ir Towe'rs, and may bw depenld
it rgely on weather conditions.
11 imiay he som days before ile men
:ald imachilnes at Trepassey 1ay are
ready for tle long flight to the Azores.
This is IIe- longest leg of tie journay,
1.2'1 to 1.3-7,0 nauical miles, depending
on the Inding place selected as tle
-eaplaie division approaches the Is
The nearest point to New Foindiand
is Ilorta, on the Tsland of Fayal. but
l'inta del Oado, 150 miles farther east
Lnd Customers I
d "UNCLE SAP
ward, will be reached it possible. The
NC-1 commanded by Commander Bel
linger, Is considered as having made a
remarkable flight from Rockaway to
Trepassey Bay, covering just 1,000
miles.k The total flying time for the
plane over this course was Just six
minutes less than 16 hours, or an av
erage of more than 62 knots an hour,
according to unoflicial calculations. If
Ora, Alay 12.--Rev. an1d rs. It. D.
Byrd, of Virginia, are visiting rela
tives here and in Newberry.
Rev. 11. 13. Blakely, of Willington,
spent 'ionlday with relatives here.
Miss Lizzie Hagan has returned to
her school at Iva, after a visit to her
sister, Mrs. W. J. Bryson. *
Mrs. W. T. Blakely and 'Miss lar
garet Blakely spent a few days with
relatives in Winnsboro, recently.
The Ora school closed Friday, 'May
Rev. 1. N. Kennedy is home from the
meeting of Synod in Charlotte, N. C.
Allss Isabelle Compton entertained
some of her friends at her home Wed
Mrs. La. J. Blakely and little James
returned Saturday, after spending sev
eral weeks with her parents in F0dge
'Mrs. Euphemia Bryson is at home
again, after spending the winter away,
teaching in York county.
Mliss Ora Wylle, who taught the
primary room of the Ora school, has
returned to her home at Hickory
'Mr. George Blakely spent the week
end with relatives in Winnsboro.
Mr. .W. B. Blakely ls riding in a
GlEAT SACRIFICE OF
FlANCE' FOR A31I-lCA
Fiance has put 43 million of her :116
million population Into the trenches
nld has poured out her life's blood
er Ameri1n anddmloerney. lin addfi
on we owe her I large (e) of gral
ude for a perifect remed(ly for stom
I. liver and intestinal allments
Ieh h r Ieasants diseovere(l and
.,( n ssfully used. The ingrelien ts
a nI' ow IPortod a1( sold by Geo.
H1. Mayr, leading Chicago Chemist, un
ler the n1ame of M ayr's Wond'erfill
ltmledy. ~Marvelous results are saId
to have been achieved by it here. It
is a simple, harmtless prepa ration
that reioovos tile catarrhal mucus
from the intest ihal tract and allays
the inflammation which causes prac
tically all stomach, liver and intes
tinal ailments, including appendicitis.
One dose will convInce or miony re
fiuded. The Laurens Drug ('o,, and
-or making it 4
/1". Make Our
R. Assist. Cashie
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Mother Goose DoXwn to Date!
Jack and Jill, uwad Tom and Bill
Went motoring up the stvj)!
They set out to reach tho top nort top
To take a "lofty" peep!
They went to the top as :liich as an. eel,
Without a hitch or a jumble:
They had "GREEN FLAG" OIL in the motor, you see,
So thfre wasn't a chance to gixmblel
While clmbning- mountain praks in a motor is
more the exception than the. rule, it's. mighty good. to
have tle satisfaction of kunwing the brand of noror ,.
oil that will keep your engine running the smoothgat
and with the least possibl-a. defection
in efficiency, and power,, when you
want to "take a shine" up tho most -
tain. Remember, the oil for powei
GREEN FLAG MO7OR OIL/
Whether you're running on the level ,r -
up and down the hill, yow'll find foitsat
isfaction, "CREEN FLAG'* will, "Fill
the bill" -
DON'T FORGET THAT OIL
IS THE, LIFE OF YOUR
MOTOR. More than that--.
it requires the best grade of
oil to keep it "living" long- -
Thtero are some "live" deal
err. in this County who are
exclusive agenta in their ~
town for "GREEN FLAG"
MOTOR OIL. It will pay
you well to hunt around
town till you findt him. Be
cause he sells "GREEN \
FLAG" MOTOR OIL, the
best you can buy.
GREEN FLAG" MOTOR -
OIL is for sale in this Coun
ty by the following well.
known and reliable dealers:
E. W. FERGUSON,- Clinton, S. C.
W. P. HUDGENS, Laurens, S. C.
70,000.00. Yours for
Bank Your Bank.
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