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Local and Personal Mention.
Mrs. It. Coke Gray is spending a
few days with relatives in Due West.
Mrs. Rion Workman, of Clinton,
sPent lats Thursday'In the city with
-Dr. and Mrs. 'J. IL. Fennell and lit
tle son, of Waterloo, 'were visitors in
the city Saturday.
Miss Lenora Thompson, iwho has
been visiting her uncle in Florida, has
returned to the city.
Miss 'Leola Watson, of Coker Col
lege, is at home to spend 'Easter with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Watson.
Air. 0. iB. Simmons left yesterday for
ullami, 'Fla., where he expects .to visit
his slater, Mrs. M. R. Donald, for sev
Mr. W. i0. Shealy returned Sunday
to Akron, 0., after spending several
weeks here with his father who has
been very sick.
.,dir. Gelder Minter, who Is attending
Blue .Ridge Institute at illenderson
ville, IN. C., is spending a few days in
the city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hl0. P. Mlinter.
Mr. R. 1C. Richardson, of 'Pinowood,
caie up 'Saturday to spend the week
end with his family here. Mrs. Rich
ardson and the children all have been
sick of influenza at the home of Mr.
J. 11-. Sullivan).
Mr. 1. 11, Counts and family lave
been ioving this week into the Clary
residence on Irby Avenue which was
recently rented fron Mr. 'Earle WII
son, erecutor of the estate of MNirs.
Mrs. 'F. NJ. Stutts, who with M'.
Stutts recently moved from Jackson
ville, Fla., to Clinton, where Mr.
Stutts is eiployed in the Orphanage,
arrived in the city yesterday -to visit
her mother, Mrs. E0lla Riddell, who has
been quito sick for the past few days.
SMi. James T. Crews, .Jr., returned
Sunday to Akron, 0., after spending
several weeks in the city with his par
ents, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. T. Crows. ie
was accompanied by Mr. Jack Shell,
,who expects to enter one of the tire
Mr. Geo. W. Shell, who has .been
conducting a stock and bond business
'in Laurens 'alifce his 110t4rn 'from'
France, has closed his ofmee here and
moved to Greenville where ie will be
similarly eigaged. Ills many friends
regret to see him leave.
Mr. 'W. Clyde Fowler and W. -I.
Workman, both connected with the
Spratt Grocery Company of Green
ville, spent the 'week-end -in the city.
Mir. Fowler reportel the condition of
.ir. Frank Spratt, who has been .in
tire hrosirital for several months, as
very much im-proved.
Mir. W. [.,. Gray has been confined to
Iris home for the ipast weck while un
dergoing treatment for Iris eyes. lie
went to Greenville several days ago
for tr'eatmnenrt )by a specialist and ex
pects to have an operation )er'for'med
soon. Ills imany friends hope for' him
a comple~ite arnd ear'iy recovery.
Mr's. A irhur Pr'yor', tire wife of the
famous haird conducitor,. arnd Miss
lior'cnce C'avaniaugh, tire sopr'anio so
loist. with tire or'gan'izat ion, were cid
tertained at ten ini tire Arcade Tien
shiojf yester'day a fte(r'noon by Mrs.
Cora Cox :Lucas. a 'pr'ominenrt min
ber1 of tire Columbiba's musical circle.
Assemnbled arounrd thre prettily air
'Pointed tea table, whlelh wtas graced
with a center bowl of pink sweet peas
were, besIdes the ironor guests and
thre hostess: Dr. and Mr's. Ii. Ii Pella
mann111, Mrs. Ioberit A. Cooper and hrer
guest, Miss Liia-TOdd~ of Laurenrs, arnd
Miss Mir'tha D~wight.-The State,
Much intecrest is at tachedi to thre
marrlage thiis aft ernioon at 5:30
O'clock whreni'Miss Kate 1'lenr iele
ber'ger will become thre wife of Mu'. A.
ii. Jennings,- of Gireenwvood, at tire
home of her sistei', MIiss- Lou lie EI'hel
gerger on IEar'le Str'eet. Only3 rela
tives and a few intimate fr'inds will
b)e 'jr'esenrt. Rtev. A. 'E. Iolier, pastor
of tire First Methodist churrchr, will
p~erformui tire cei'emony, after wh~ih
thre bride and groom' wvill leave on
Mi'. and Mr's. F'red W. Little hrave
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Margaret Talulah, to .James
C. Dozier, of Etock .111l1, the wedding to
tako 'place ini June. The bride-to-be
Is ant attractive and accompli~ished
yourng lady, 'being a graduate of Win
throip College. Mr. Dozier was a lieu
tenant of the Thir'tieth Division in the
World War and was dlecorated on sev
eral oceasigns for gallantry in action.
Enrtertainsa T. K. Club,
Mie.., 0. Lo ng delighrtfuilly enter
tainea the'"T. '." Olub at her home
on kopth, JIrber sireet 'Wednesday
aft lrtien ADuring tihe afterrfooon de
l idtthiefreshmnents wvere served arid
a Very p105aant time spent by 'the
NEWBERRY AND LAURENS
TO CLASH IN DEBATH
19igh School Boys and Girls to Debate
on Railroad Nituation. e Seventy.
four Other School4 Debating.
On next 1Friday evening, Alpril 2nd,
the Laurens and Newberry high
schools will meet to discuss the
query: "Re0otved, That the United
States Government Should Own and
Operate the lRaliroads of the Coun
try." The affirmative team of the lo
cal schools will meet the negative
team of the Newberry schools here,
vblle at the same time the affirmative
teani of the Newberry schools and the
negative team of the Laurens schools
will clash .at Newberry.
This subject will be debated by 76
schools throughout the tstate, leach
school discussing both sides of the
questions. Should both teams of a
school win, that school will be repre
sented at a meet to 'be held in Colim
bia to decide the -winning lebaters in
The 'Laurens schools will be repre
setned by Miss Mary Casque and
-arry Woodside at Newberry, and
Miss Edna Riddle and Raymond Gas
ton will defend the honor of the
schools at -home.
An interesting program has been
prepared to which the public is cor
dially invited. The program is as fol
Piano Solo-Mary Copeland.
iFirst Speaker, kNewberry High School.
First Speaker, Laurens High School.
Plano S'olo--Sarah Dunlap.
Second Speaker, Newberry High
Second Speaker, Laurens High School.
Plano Solo-Jbois Fuller.
Duet-Sarah Katherine Barksdale and
:Decision of Judges.
W. 3Y. U. Auxiliary.
Quarterly meeting of first division
of W. M. U. Auxiliary to 'Laurens
Association, will convene with Lan
ford Baptist church April 3, 1920.
10.30-4Devotional. Mrs. Holmes.
Greetings-Mrs. Sallic .lliggins.
Response-Miss Amanda Putnam.
Thoughts on the Week of Prayer.
Mrs. Ethel IRobertson.
Song -Message-Sweet lour of Prayer
-.Mrs. Ralph Ilobo.
Prayer, Appointment of Committees,
A Message from the Word.-1i's.
1:00-Prayer Service.-Mrs. Fitzhugh
Helpful Suggestions as to How Our
Quarterly Meeting May be of More
Benefit to lTs.-Mrs. .1. B. Cook, Mrs.
-. W.. 11ood.
Trhe Most 'Practical Way for Our
Churches to Handle the Problems of
EveryJDay L1ife Which We are Now
Facing.--Mrs. Ralph Bobo, Mrs.
Cora 'ileason, Mrs. .1. A. Owings.
The Imiportance of Stirring U7p Our
God-given Gift.-Miss Allie Hlabb,
Mrs. Lola Cox.
Accrostic on Mission Study.-Mrs. ,J.
Reading of Minutes andl~ Reptort of
Mlessage from the Word. --.\lris. S. .
WVe will he glad to have our Super
lutenden~~uit andif Assoc late Suprinn tenI
ents at llhis mteeting.
(lray C'ourt Ly3eeuml.
The last numbn er of thle G ray ('ourit
Owvin gs lyceumi couruse has been an
nuuncedl for Saturday (eening, April
lot h, 'when thle b~yeeuim Singers Mal (
Quartet will give its entLertinment.
This comp~any is said to he unuusally
goodl andl a large attencdancle is ex~pret
ed at the (Intert-ain:iient.
Th'le social mieetinug of the liiisiness
Girl's Club, wvhieh was to have been
held last night was post':onedi until
next Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock.
All members are earnestly urged to
lbe present and bring a friend.
At. Both Stores
Special vailues in Lies1' '-Dress
Skirts, latest stylce and colors. Silks.
wool andl cotton, going at 98c up to
$12.39. J. C. Burns & C6>.
PALMETTO LAODGE, No. 19, A. F. H.
A regular communication
of Palmetto, Lodge, No, 19,
' .F. M., will be hold on
'IRIDAY night, April 2nd,
at 7:30 o'clock, There will
be work in the E. A. degree, Mem
bers are urg~ed to attend and visiting
By order of
E. 0. ANDioRSON~ L. 0. ROF'?,
Secretary. W. M.
NOTJIE OF ELEFCTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of L~aurens.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion for 'Mayer and Aldermen of the
City of Laurens will be held in tho
City of 'IJgurens on the 13th day of
'The polls will open at the hour of
8 o'clock in the forenoon aind close at
the hour of 4 o'clock in the afternoon,
C ETA ATOF
ONE DAY ONLY
Saturday, April 3rd.
This Club offer is open to every reputable,
honest family or person in this community.
Call at our store and ask for a membership
-~ card; pay $2.00 cash "dues" and the set will
be delivered to you, then pay us $1.00 more
each week for 12 weeks and then a final pay
ment of 98 cents until the wholesale cost price
of $14.98 has been paid.
Do you realize that this will enable you to
equip your kitchen with a set of the purest,
best Alumimum Ware, Quality Brand, each
piece of which is guaranteed by the makers
to wear for twenty years, at a cost to you of
only a few pennies per day? Can you afford
to continue using out of date, unsanitary (per.
haps rus;ted) cooking utensils when we make
it possile to secure this beautiful set on
Only 50 Sets to be sold. Come
early to be sure of yours.
said election wvho shall not have rcg- rtr aet h iyCuclo h eiet fteCt o oi'mnhl oe
or Registration as required by iawi .M tiiMyr mr l ae ses~ gishm a hl oealilo '~tiun h
The polling precincts and managersST lWYCW S CiyCe. u an ColtilfotlclcayerVod"i''Wit(Iortnedhr
of the election at the different pro- -t11.in. hoea ist he ioil all
cincts are as follows: ______________________ I .f~ll in: a hl oealaltCnan
.For Ward One:
Voting place at City Clerk's Ofmee. NOIE 1"IEI4A'IO .of egtrtn. ig:uwrd" "witnorirte
Mlanagers: John Smith, J. E. Tolli
son, James Davenport. tt of othCrln4-- -.- --- -.-.----of8ocok nth fre onalshl
Por Ward Two: Cut fLues OiEO LCIN ean011 ni h un'o
Voting 'place at E. W. Martin's Noieiheeygvnta ok ttof ouh4aiiclsdanlhe altsont.
Stable,.fRgsrto o h eltaiao on'o aris rotute hl eottersl
Sexton, J. .H. Cunningham. h'10( nArl1,12,frMyrnme ftelaildeetr n n1cut u~rne~eto ~ua
For Ward Three:anAlemnotthCiyo auxesftehocerreiigiWaeloiewihntndstheae.
Voting place at Laurens Cotton Mii vll b lsda 2ocokno nsho ititN.1,1arn on .'.WiSN ut
Managers: Jim Lewis, WVait Hl- ''osi ok r pna h tleto pntl usino oiga
. Jams, Horace Teague.ofte ndrindi u'esSot diinl4mitxupntepo --------- -
For Ward Four:Caoiaadte rluto ofacrpetInaisholdsrcthe15(
Voting place at Finney House. tiiaeoresrain rotte oadfrsho luieeshaebe fld Wica fidw ds oc
Manager's: J1. F. Finney, Johnt WV.of egsrto ofte'onyettig ihtleeuty oad feuainn
Fowler, John Switzer. Itea~~ial ovt naplii )'-eeto shrb rlr~ pnsii pesti*gOlls fgolcf
Fer Ward Five: cntwti ieicroae ltis~uai~,slieeto oh tllo
Voino laeatiik'-gabe, o peCiylfacecn hal aato- he1th(ayofAris1',st iuhlStee-tabale.can ron
Managers: Eddl .Hicks, Fred Fuller,dtinp -rqiietoltiacetf-S olBuligi a( (ltct Frthtvy itzn lvo
Johnny Milami. ct frgsrto o h u'ia e h nngm ftetute
For Ward six: letoanteaplcnmutbaofadscoldsic.tr I)IAO CFE.
Voting plac at Power House. sal tinoftiSttan ofte Ol suh lcins srtrn el
Managers: Phil D. Huff, Erskine T.UntdSaet nt-n yer ofopranlpoet fotxtin nd Yu vlllk t \
Todd, Ernest WV. Machen,.go oe eieto h tt hoeh'i hi a eepsadrg
At the io~ o the eection t y to yarens os mre;uiredo oflaw.n criiatsa euie ne yu rcr