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,Mrs. Jno. W. Bolt -and son are visit
ing relatives in Klitucky.
Mr. S. J. Prince, ottanford Station,
was a visitor .in the city yesterday.
iMrs. F. M. Gilbert, of Savannqb, Is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gasque.
M'rs. 0. 13. Mayor', of Newberry, has
been visiting her nitmher, Mrs. W. W.
Jones, for several day-.
Miss Mary Connially of Ninety Six
spent the week-end with Miss Lillian
(Hopkins on East Main street.
Mises. Adelaide and Juanita Damon,
of Floyence, are visiting their aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gasque.
Capt. J. J. McSwain, who Is in the
raqe for congress this year, was-among
the attorneys attending court yester-.
Col. 0. K. Mauldin, candidate for
congress, and Mr. H. H. Harris, of
Greenville, were visitors in the city
-Miss Ethel Simmons, who has been
teaching in iWest Virginia until her
recent illness, returned home last
Mrs. Frank Fergus6n and daughter,
Caroline, of Greenville,, were the week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. L.
Clardy. - I .
Mr. Jimmie .Milam i as returned af
ter a business trip to. Atlanta, where
ho attended a convgittqn of Maxwell
and Chalmers dealers.
.Mrs. Foster Simps6fi-and daughters,
Mlisses Elizabeth and Virginia, of An
ders6n, spent the week-end in the city
as the guests of .i. afid Mrs. C. W.
Dr. and lrs. W. D. Ferguson had as
their guests last week Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Rodgers, of Atlanta. Sunday
morning Mrs. Ferguson returned with
them by automobile and is their guest
during Grand 0pcraweek.
Mr. Carlos R. Moseley, who has
.been spending several days in the city.
left last night for Spartanburg where
lie wit The joined by ~Mrs. Moseley for
a trip to Cuba given by his insurance
company for the large, volume of busi
ness written iasi year:
Mr. 'R. Fair Goodwin, with his wife
and infant child, caihe up from Olar'
the latter part of l.ast week to visit
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Good
wiln, a few miles from ?he city. Mtr.
Goodwin is making a nI.bcess ino Olar,
now being cashier of the bank there.
Charles .l'homupso.a senior: at- the
'University of South Carolina, spent
several hours in Laurens Monday so
liciting students for the University.
The alumni association''of the Uni
versity has sent out several men over
the state for this purpose and Charlesi
I-as been sent to the Piedmont section.
Helvval it 1a11e's Mi .
The Rev. iId. D. .iohnisonl, Ipastor of
the Iaurens .\ethodis.t Circuit, will
begin a series of revival services on
the first Sunday night in lay, at the
'Presbyterian church, on .\Nlii Street
of the Lauren s MIll village . The ser
vices *will 'continue for a week or tent
dlays. 'lThe puith c is Cord illy inuvited
to at tendi each and( every service. Oth-.
('r. deniom inat ions are especiallIy in
v'ited to attend and take parit in triyinug
to 'wini souls for' thte M\aster. Tihe ('er'
v'ices will bteglin promtptly at a quiar
ter to eighIt anmd continute lnt hater' than
nine c'clock so that the working ipeo
pie wi'll not he kept from thlirk resi
to an uin usually late hiouir. Sol icitin sg
the ltrayer's of all Christiani .people for'
a great ouit-pouiriing Qf -the I loly Spirit
andl for mtany soul: to be saved. Subl
jee~t fotr Sunday night, "Why, What and
, R1ev. ii. D. .Johinson,
Pastor it Chiatrge.
The' .11ev. J1. M\. Steadlman, (lie Pre
sIding 'Elder of the Grteenville dist it,'
will iiieaich at (elevenl o'clock A. M1. on
the first Sunday, Mlay 2, at Watts M\ills.
-And will itmmediately ' after the ser..
vice adiniei'.er the Lord's Suppei'. .lie
also Wvill preside over the secondh quar
terly coinfei'ence or the Laurens Cir'
cult. All miembers of the conference
are .requested to be present. Briothier
'Steadiman wvill also iireach to the Lees
yille congr'egation at "three o'clock in
the afternoon of thte same (lay andh al
so administer the Lord's Supp~er. rThe
Public is invited to attend both ser
Rev. (. D. Johtnson,
P'ai or in Chairge.,
Plasy ait Grad hood
*rTe mneimber's of ditlt graduating
class' of thte high sc 1oo will give a
play entitledl "Miss ~'arless & Comn
gipany" at the graded ghool 'auditorium
Friday evening, Mays.f
P'ALMETTiO LODG)E~* 19, A. F. 3!.
~~ A rogp lar e6mmuiciation
of Pali/etto. Ledige, No. 19,
'A. F. /M will be hold on
R Ynight, MApril 30th,
at '7: .'cj There will
be work. Members are',rgod to at
tend and visiting br'OtjfA welcome.
By order of
.. OAND Ro0N, L G. lif
Entertained K. T. Club.
Mrs. W. T. Moore delightfully en
tertained the "K. T." club at her home
on Church street last Wednesday af
ternoon. After a number of games of
rook, a delicious ice course was served.
Mrs. Fletcher Flowers and Mr.
Wadley P. Rich, of Clarks 11111, were
hupipily married at the home of the
bride on Laurel street Sunday after
noon, April' 18, the ceremony being
performed by Rev. A. E. Holler. On
ly a few intimate friends and relatives
of the couple were present. Mr. Rich
Is an employee of the C. & W. C. rail
road and makes ,his headquarters
here. After a visit of several days
in Clarks Hill they returned here to
make their home, Mrs. Rich again.
taking up her duties with the Minter
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A wedding of unusual interest and
beauty- was that of Miss Harriette
Simpson and Mr. ,Hilton Hudnell, of
Newborn, IN. C., which took place 'Wed
nesday evening at 6:30 in the First
PresbyterIan church. Rev. C. T.
Squires said the impressive words of
the marriage ceremony in the pres
ence of a large gathering of friends
The church iwas decorated with trail
ing Ivy and'sprays of spirea and dog
wood, making an artistic setting for
the wedding I)arty.
AMrs. Luther Roper was at the organ.
While the guests were assembling Mirs.
Roper played the Barcarolle, by Of
finbach, Twilight Song by Shockley,
and Schubert's Serenade. Dluring the
ceremony sie played the Love Song
by Iuselt. At the first notes of Lo
iengrin's mareh' the ushers took their
places beside the altar. Tiese were
.Iean C. Mitchell of Spartanburg,
Thonas '+asterby, )r. J. '. .\organ
of Union, and .lenry Franks.
The following, gentlemen acted as
groomsmnen: David A. .Smith of New
bern, N. C.; 'Harry A. Kear, of Wash
ington, N. C.; Dixon Pearce, of Green
ville; John W. 'Wilbanks, Ando Keni
per Morgan, of Union, and James C.
Todd, 9f Laurens. The groom entered
with his )0-t mani, J. M. Willilams, of
Washington, N. C.
Mrs. J. S. Morgan, of Union, only
sister of the bride, was dame of honor,
and was very handsome in 'white
geon ette beaded In crystal with white
hat witi touches of green and carried
an arnful*of white roses. Miss Caro
lyn Fleming was maid of honor and
was imost becomingly dressed in white
chiffon (affeta, wltlh Iulle I trioimmin
and also carried white roses. 8be
wore a dainty wilte hat with ialine
Othiler da s in attendance were Mrs.
TRobert R. Guinn, of Crlawfordsville,
(la., and1( .\l s. .illenry Fran11ks. '.\i rs.
(hinnl wtor'e a beauitiful dress of Nile
Green', geo)rgete Icwith1 large hatt of soft
gr'eenI to mleh anid carried anlI ~ armful
of eXnIuii e ink roses, thei(1r long
st emls tied w ithi 11nk ma:1line. Mrs.
l-'ranks wore ani (:a(iuisitely din~ty 1)ink
georlgette Cwith Iintk hat artist ically"
imm1111ed in pink fralthers and1 ii (al'a
ried roses of' th sa ~Lme hueti. Tlim
br'.IdesYiid ~s wer MI' iisses Ti elene' I lud
nellI and 1ilorsomi llnll, of New
her'n, N. C., sitsers of the0 groom, Paul-.
11n' 11ok, of C:olumbia, Luicy Vance
1Darlington, 4tilla T1odd~ anld Claudia
D~arlingtnl, of Laurens. They wVoro
mmost becomling drlesses in pastel shadces
of' green, lavender, blue0 and pinik, withl
maline hatS to mna'tch, and parbied
bunches of sweet Peas5 in these sh~adles,
tied wVithi 1)nk tulle.
The bide~l enter'ed w'th her' father,
Mr. Perry A. Simps- who gave hot'
in mlarriage, A radl,..aly lovely iiC
toure she made in ,her bridial robes of
white SatItn and1( lace. The bodice of
chantilly lace was ornamiented with
ipeals and graceful draperies of the
same1 becautiful lace, hung in soft eas
cades abiout the skirt. A train of satin
fell from tile shoulders. ier veil wyas
held over' her dark hail' 'with a band
of pearls andh tiny bunches of orange
blossoms and feli over the sitin train
in filmy folds and wvas caught with a
bunchl of valley lilles. Her boutquet
was bride roses -withI showver effect.
She was met at the. atar by time gr'oomi
and .his best man and completed the
beautiful wedding tableau.
Immediately after tile ceremony an
informial r'eception was held( at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. .Perry Alexander Simpson, en
Hiatipton street.W The Simpson hlome
was -prettily decorated in spring flow
era, bridal wreatil, dngWood an'd wvhite
carnatio'ns. The idal liarty was as
sembled In 'the reception -room radl~
guests passed-ftgni there to the (lining
room, where * 'beautiful table with
lace cover was lUresided over by Mrs.
F'rank Caine and Mrs. Rice Nickles.
Tulle streamera camea ren thea.
doller and were caught on the four
corners of the table with bits of smy
lax, and a handsome crystal vase of
white carnations and ferns graced the
In the library coffee was served by
Mrs. lampton. Hunter and .Mrs. .J.,C.
Garlington. Mrs. J. D. Wat-ts and the
bride's grandmother, Mrs. S. L. Frier
son, also assisted in receiving.
%,omle of the out-of-town guzsts were
'Miss sarah Morgan and Master Rich
ard Morgan, of Union; Frank MeKeel,
of Anderson; Miss Ann Johnson, of
Chester and others.
A r. and Mrs. 'Hudnell left in their
car for- an automobile trip through
'North Carolina. They will be at home
after May 1st, at -Newbern, N. C.,
where Mr. Hudnell is associated In the
real estate business with his father.
TEACiER$' V EXMilNATION.
Final Examination to be Held Under
the County Board Saturday.
Supt. of Education Wilson has an
nounced the final examination for
teachcrs' certificates to be held under
the county board of education. The
examination is to be held Satu day,
Alay lst, beginning at 9 a. In. Mr. Wil
son states that, due to the salary
schedule prescribed by the legislature
for first grade teachers, it would be
well for all teachers hoding second
and third grade certificates to stand
Honored by Bar Association
A. C. Todd, Esiq., of this city, was
elected a vice president of the state
bar association at its meeting held in
Columbia last 'week and W. R. Richey,
Jr., was elected on the local council,
both being elected as representatives
of the eight judicial circuit. W. D.
Melton, of Columbia, was elected pres
ident of the association. The meeting
came to a close Saturday night with a
bamiuet at the Jefferson Ilotel.
Notice of Lost 'ertificates of Ileposit.
Notice is hereby given that Certifi
cates of Deposit No. 2922 and No. 2923
of -Bank of Cross HJill, dated January
21, 1920, have been lost or misplaced,
and that I will make application for
duplicates of same at said bank on
Alay 27, 1920.
It. T. H1OblaNGSWORI1H,
April 19, 1920. Cross 11111, S. I.
NOT10E OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of the qualified electors and
free-holders residing in Cross 11111
school district No. 11, Laurens county,
South Carolina, asking for an election
upon the question of voting an addi.
tional '4 m1/ il tax ulon the property
in said school district, to be ised for
school pimoses, have been filed with
tle conillty board of education, aln
election is Ieel- ordered u poni said
qIuhestion, id ch Etion to be held on
the 12th day of .fay, 1920, at Pu b
lis S lioo! Ulnil2 L in said d(ist rict,
under the mann moent of the trustees
of sa1(1id 0l)Oo distrtict.
Only such electoriu'as11 return' r'eal
01' pers'onial priope'rty3 for tatxation an11(
istra'ttion Oertilienltesu as r ui re'I~ d in
I le geinra ele(tio l hall b. ile allow ed
'Thlose favoring; the 1% m iill additi on-.
all tax shall 'ot ah ballo ct conitainiing
t he worid '"Vi-:S" wri tten or' .pinted c
adlditionlal tax ihll hi-u a ballot euoni
tainintg the word( ''NO(' wr'itteni ori
Ii'h .lelpinted th':oon. o':.- llopen at
Ite houriI 0o' S c'clo:-k inl thle i tior no
atnd shall remaCinp 0open tuti the bl)'S
of I o'clock ini the af!terunoon w hn
they' shIall be closed(,. an ld the hallo is
The tru'stee~cs s hall rephort the result
of the, elci't ion to thle conty13 sudItor
and 'o1unty51 supeinten'dlentI of ('duca:1
tion with in t('n (lays hie rca fter I.
41- -2t By order~l of Coutyt3 Doard.
State of South C'arolia,
('ountiiy of La.ur'ens.
*Whiereas, petitions signied by3 a legal
num'bter of the quan lied eilector's a nd
free holders residing in Youngs school
dstr'ict No, 3, lam ens conunt. SouthI
I(ar iol ina, askin g for' an election upson
the qutestion or v'otinog an additional
4 mill tax upon the property in said
school distict, to be used for school
l'ur1poses, have been filed with the
county boarid of eduti on, an election
ahereby ord(~ieed uploni5( said uestion.
-Id election to 'be held on the 11th
day of May, 1920, att iidles Old Field
school building in said district, ~under'
the management of the trustees of
said school distr'ict.
Only such electors as return reai
01' per'sonal property for taxation and
'who exhI-bIt their tax receipts and reg
istration certitfleafes a~s re'tu Iired in
the general election shall be allowed
Those favor'ing the 4 mill additional
tax shall vote a b~allot containing the
word "YES" written oi' printed thei'e
on. Thlose againlst the 4 nill addi.
tional tax shall vote a ballot contain
ig the wvord "NO" 'written or' prinfted
thereon. iPolls shall open at the hour
of 8 o'clock in the for'enoomn and shall
"P.'in oben until the hourt of 'I o'clock
lini the afternoon wvhen they -shail be
elesed, and the hiallots counted.
Trhe trustees shall repoirt the result
of the election to the county auditor
and county superintendent of educa
tion within ton days thereafter.
R. T. *WILSON, Bupt.,
41-2t By orr ot .ni Boar,
Comfort Every Minute
Much of the comfort of home life de
Especially the pends on the furniture in one's home.
strong backs and Don't use a stiff, unsightly and uncom
seats made of the fortable chair when it is so easy to pro
woven Hickory cure an Old Hickory Chair or Rocker
hark, have a certain
and enjoy real comfort every minute
give that allows
the harto adaps you are using it.
the chair to adaptOl HikrFunt e
itself to the contour Old Hickory Furniture
of the body. is designed by experts with an idea
of Comfort, Beauty,. Durability and
Cal aindee Reasonable Price.
Our Line' Good stock on hand. Gall and make
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
HIL lAGI P0105 _e~ I' Best of 22
V.& 'The Eldorado Stage Co.
of Los Angeles tested 22
fl ~, ,j~.'iiiV'~leading mak~es on 12-pas
~ ~.,./:,'c'ancer Packcard buses.
maitch~ th~e Millere in that
nra-eme erv'd t
Some C hd isae
Men re akin cpTires
Men who btuy tires on a gu GsA, or oni b2li forn!ia stage lines are using Millers
claims, are making sonme costly mnistakes. a fter! miUio n-mile tests with many rivals.
Large tire users make tests and comn-Te VytaKov
parisons. And the results in late yearsThWatoK w
are amazing. At the Miller factory over 1,000 tires
.yearly are wor out ini tests and comn
,-Hudisoni Taxi Co. of Detroit, for in
stance, made a long test on ?Miiller Cord(s.co talypoet tMiers
And the average wvas 15,000 miles.te etirlnlt
Miller dealers get hundreds to co:umpare iCrnere-heltssher
Miller mileage with others. And they' (ur naeaeo 1,0 ie nCrs
fmd~ an inlcreasedl mileage of 50 per cent Te rv httenwMle ra
to 75 per cent. uerstebsofthrby2prcn.
Large truck users'are comparing Miller
Cords, passenger type, wvith all others. uhtrs hol bett(1 yevy
And they are coming in large numbers to oi~ facr e ~htte ieyu
Millcr~~~~. Cm~~par e vtsOy ie on olS.te ra
tlie bIs ieb it
Cener rea smot wih ~ (lulIn~ e rae rer-whee Od-tieyse
tin up fr im ol o wt qiuresd a n a pplg tofd500a ieso Crs
as hat. Ge~ed-t heRohdyo pv e tha thew eurn ts Milor yorea
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Shtires h oul betetery aevery D i n
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