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Lanford, March 28.-A few days of
SUnlshine caused the farmers to get
busy, but the rain Sunday 'will put
them back for a few days. 'Everybody
seems eager to be Plowing when they
The Rural Improvement Assocla
tion and Home Demonstration Club
met Friday afternoon at the school
house Those present 'olJoyed the
* program and suggestions of Miss
Daisy larris, the home demonstrator,
and the social hour spent-over adlight
fil refreshments served by Mrs. C. R.
'Cox was a treat to the housekeepers.
'Mr. 'Hoster Ferguson is visiting his
sister, 'M.\ls. J. -S. Tr iggins,
Mr. and Mrs. Harper Tliggins of
Buffalo spent Sunday with their par
Air. A. ti1. Holmes and family went
to Greenwood Saturday on a visit to
Rev. J. R. iWilliams paid us a flying
Visit -last wecek. 1ils hosts of friends
were glad to see him back again and
looking so well.
Mrs. J. R. Patterson visited her sis
ter, Mrs. J. A. Adams of 1Fouritain Inn
Mrs. A. M. Nash, of Greenwood,
sP1ent a short while with her p)arents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 'Lanfori last week.
'Plans are being made for a mission
lary meeting here next Saturday. Al
so a Sunday School worker will be
present Saturday afternoon and Sun
day morning, to address the congre
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Drummond went
to Greenville on a business visit last
Mrs. 0. L. Waldrep and 'Mrs. J. W.
Jghnson were in Laurens Saturlay do
ing some shopping.
Miss 'Carrie Fow-ler visited Miss
Elizabeth Martin at Ora last week-end.
Mr. Boyd DeShields has purahased
a new car, a flIne Studebaker.
Mr. Toy Crow has purchased a resi
dence and will move Into it this week.
-Miss Gena Compton has about re
covered from the flu and they will
move to the farm near 'Mrs. Alice
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Ben F. Estes, Special Representative, Laurens,S.C.
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. Both Lots of Work"
POWER & LIGHT
ESS work for you in the house-clean safe lights all over
Lathe' place. And it's goig to do a good many chores for
me about the barn too.
Everybody should have one of thpse outfits. How about
lighting your farm?,
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G. C. WATTS, Mountville, S. C.
Agent for Laurena County
"A4ND IKEROSENE R~E
* NOTES FROM ENOREE. *
* * .. *Se o * * e e e* e S
Enoree, March 29.--NVe enjoyed (?)
another rainy Sunday yesterlay. As
a matter of fact it has rained every
fourth Sunday in this year.
Notwithstanding the rain, the
churches here and at 'Lanford were
open for services.
It is an ill wind that doesn't blow
somebody good; the rains are furnish
ing an abundant supply of water for
The construiction forces tare til
at work here. The system of ligihting
the town will soon be complete. Ii
the course of a week they will turn
the electric current on the street
lamps, and judging from the number
of lam-ps that are being Installed, *we
will have something of a white way.
The 10noree Mills have been build
ing many new 'houses, but they can't
build 'them fast enough, so they are
importing some ready-made houses.
The 'Baptist people, Rev. C. .13.
(Prince, pastor, will begin a series of
meetings here on Monday, April 5th.
The pastor will be assisted by Rev.
Mr.' Buckholtz, state evangelist. Dr.
Buckholtz comes highly recommend
ed as a revivalists It is hoped lie will
have a successful meeting here. lours
of services, 8 and 7:30 1). i.
We had a marriage here Saturday
evening. Mir. Robert Cromer of in
ion and Miss 'Pearl Wesson were mar
ried at the Baptist iparsonage, Rev. C.
R. Prince, the bride's pastor olliciat
The road construction forces are
putting in sonmc good work just over
the river, having begun up near 'Mr.
Malcolm Burnett's. They are rapidly
approaching the river at the bride.
The grade has a railroad appearance.
Ford runners tell us that the road
between 'Enorce and Lanford Station
Is real dangerous.
Mr. E'dgar Wardell. who has been
in school preparing for the ni nistry.
has returned to Enorep, and will spend
a few months here before returning
to school. Edgar is a line fellow-a
real good man-and we are glad to
have him and his excellent family in
our midst again.
About the happiest set we see these
days is the grou'q of six young ladies.
who preside so gracefully and so ef
fleiently over the deiartments of our
graded school. Beautiful harmony
prevails between teachers and pupils,
ant the parents are delighted.
The choristers are preparing to gve
uts some good and appropriate music
at the FEaster services next Sunday.
The "tacky party" at the hall last
week, in the interest of the Y. W. C. A.
was pronounced both a pleasant and
Mir. J. ). King is gathering material
preparatory to erecting his residence
on the West Side.
Very -perceltable energy was dis
played in the closing days of last
week in the garden line, but the rain
has effectually cooled the ardor for
a. e e o * e eoe eeee se e
* ('Oil) P'INT' -Ni:IVS. *
('old Pin'tt, .\archi 2P.---V rmer is
her'ie ilowed ai few dlays last week, but
the rainl Sn~dlay ha~s knlo('ked it up ror
iihe biiggest 'at of this w.eek.
.\lr. Ityon Nichllsik went up) to Spar
t aanhurig last Sat li rd(ay antd re(tur niedi
.\r. Guy~ A. .\ioore r.Vent to Auusta
last week to see his father, who was
.sick w ith fuI t. lie left ihis fat her ham
.\li's. TI. PI. lDuunan aiid 'hildreni
spent Ilast week wvith her1 mothier, .\ltis.
J. C. Weeks, oif Watts .\lills. -
.\lris. Sadlie (aetz, of Siartanhurr, is
visitinig relatives hiere.
.\is. J1. .l.iJones is visiting her sis
tr near' <ross ii ili.
finieel Ido his hioume foir two wee-ks, is out
.\i'. Tony Weeks, of Watts .\liils Is
v'isiting; relatives he're.
A numberi of young ladies frnomi lie
ILsboni sectlonl visitIed thle M\isses ('hap i
mana Sounlay afternoon.
.\r. (rover' Donnon, of 'Watts M\ills,
sient Saturdlay afteirnoon wi1th tlon
.\rs. L. .\ . Duncan visited relat ite;
M\r. J. D. H~unter andi daughter.
Louiise, spient last Sunday with Mi's.
E. L,. Leake.
- 0EE TiNS ONL.Y
* RIDDIES OLD FIELD NEWS. *
Iiddles Old Field, March 28.-The
farmers have been taking advantage of
the few spring days during the past
week. Still it continues to rain and
ploughing will be delayed for some
time. The women folks are very anx
lous -to garden. They .are also busi
ly engaged with their spring chickens.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Martin and Mrs.
Lidle Harris of Lurens visited rela
tives in this section last week.
Mrs. W. L. Garrett, who has been
on the sick list for some time is slow
ly improving. We wish ror ner a
Mr. C. D. AMartin has recently pur
chased a saw mill, formerly owned by
Mr. Earl Gray, and is now sawing for
Mr. W. lj. Garrett.
Miss ,lester 'Britton was a rccent
guest of Miss Ida 'Dee and HIarlow
Miss Bess iDonnan spent the week
end tt home.
Mr's. Tumblin, of Ora, is visiting
her daugihter, Mrs. 'P. il. Cooper.
The people of !this sdction sym
tiathize w!th .r. Lonnie 'llughes dur
ing the reecent sickness and death of
NIr. E. Ii. Gariett, J. .\. 'odd, Mr.
ani Mirs. P. H. Owens and Irene, were
in L1aurens Monday.
Sunday being a rainy day all visi-ts
were postponed until Easter.
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