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Lanford, Sept. 22.-Woman's Mis
Bionary Society, of Spartanburg Dis
trict, Uppe'r S. C. Conference, M,. BE.
church, met with the local society
here and held a very interesting ses
sion. Some very prominent confer
ence officers were present and made
the meeting one to be enjoyed by all.
AIrs. L. Do. Brown, 'president, of Ches
ter; Mrs. ID. M. 3ourne, of Greenwood,
Corresponding Secretary; irs. R. L.
Keaton, District Secretary, ofV -Paco
let; Miss FlorenCe 'Blackwell, Deacon
ess front Scarritt Dible School; Miss
LouIse Lanhain, of Spartanburg; Mrs.
W. A. Rogers, Conference Treasurer;
Mrs. Adams, Wesley House, at Spar
tainburg; Mrs. Kirkpatrick and others
helped .to make the meeting a source
of information and inspiratloni.
A.iiss Burgess, our intermiediate
teacher, received the sad news of the
sudden death of her father, which oc
curred Saturday afternoon at his
home in Manning. She left immediate
ly for her home and will not be back
for a few days. The entire comnuuni
ty expresses their sympathy to Miss
urgess in her sudden bereavement.
Rev. \V. Y. Cooley and falnliy, of
'Carilie, were visitors to relatives
here during -'the meeting.
Air. 13. F. Lanford and bride, of
Woodruff, visited the familly of his
'brother, Mr. G. J. iaiford, last Sun
Air. Harper Higgins an(i wife and
Miss Carrye 'Lou 'Higgins, who is
teaching at 'nifalo, spent Sunday
with their Parents, 31r. and Afirs. .1. 8.
Air. Julius Todd and fatln Iy, Alr. Rid
die and family and Miss Leltha Vil
llatms, spenit 7,uiday with .\il. and
Mrs. Clarence Garrett.
'Rev. J. T. 'L-ttlejohn, .Jr., spent the
night with his grandparentsi last week
on hin way home fron the oe:ting of
F1uma t 'niversity, h;is aimt.a timata.
Ile is sooti to enter the seminary at
The school is progressing nicely.
The little literary society rendered a
very in-frreslIig little programi Vriday
afternoon, conals'4 ig in lrect at ions,
(elamtations, instrumen111t1al I music,
vocal solos, debatite, jokes, eritle re
port, etc., which will prove a very
hel:pfui addition to the .!chool clhiil(1et
to develop tile faculty of mnl-m;n- ptb
Rev. Sexton met his appointmn
Sunday afternoon anl ireached all
able ser-'tmiun. At the clos of the tmeet -
ing le v t'ryu 'elt'lly .nnOt.(l
his resignationih to lihe re.rt' o
hisa m1anyv fric:is an11d inl fIct, tlh
whole church mcmher'ip. \Ve sit
cerely htc'pe lie wll reconsider aid
withdraw his resiglatlionl lor le is
hust now ready to d a muh gr'ater
se:'Vice thani le coull in his first yL'1-.
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atdden~, Sept. '20.-"Broit'iher' .1 osiah"i'
lthe play whi chi was ad 've:-ised a fey
weeks ago has comie upon01 (ii diaya,
and has beeni Imood indefiniltely,
Laicut. J. W. WVolford, onie of' the chi ef
characters, wasi: callied sud denly Ibyh)
the war depart meait; and thle two
.\lises \a larin, both Ii:layinug imnportant
p)arts, wverte cal led aw.ay by buiamlness.
\VitLih thrmee of t he cast goneu IL has
beeni thouighit best to call oil' the play
until later in thie "theatrical season"'.
Those most initerested *rom ise uts thtt
the delay wvill lhe rewarded. Ample
notice will .be given the lpubllic of the
Madden hats setnt its followving (luotat
of young p~eoplie to college this year:
Misses Marie anid Nell Madden, to
'Piedmont; .lisses (Grace Finley and
Mattie Sute Wofford, to 'Winthrop; Mr'.
Gius Cuninghiam Wofford to Clemisonm,
anid Mr. A. B. Madden to 'Furman.
Lieut. J. W. 'Wofford, who gradutat
ed from -WVest IPoint in Jlune, hias bieen
assigned to the cavaiiry branch of thte
army, stationi at Fort -Riley, Katisas,
for 'the wiater.
Misses .Juanita and Kathleen .lart in
have acceptedl positionis in Indianapolis
leaving 'aTesday for their new work.
Mrs. -Bahbi of Anderson, has b~eeni
the guest of hem' dautghiter', Mrs. J. ID.
Cuibertsonm, for thme past week. She is
very tpieasantly known here, having
visited hiere sevefal times before.
Miss Sarah Brysonm, whoi is in
training at the Baptist Hospital In
Colum'ibia ia visiting 'relatilves ihiere
dluring her vacation. 11cr many friends
;will b~e glad to know that she is malt
IngJ. a'good rCcord( in hier wor'k.
Mrin. Thuramiani Finley and fanmily
were t he gues'ts on Sundmay of hiis
br'othi'i, .\m'. Peret'(ey PI inIcy.
Thie .*ii'1st Youtng Pe'oples' U nlon
of Laaurtens C'outtyil, mnet recenvti th il
meni Newv IProspet Ha ptist Chuirch antd
or-ganiz'/ed a ipornienlt conven'ti loll for
thte ilaturens AaSs'lationml. It was5 anl
utniusually atl'lring sightI to see from
'15 to 100 young i),Cople Igathered''( in a
body to make deite thteir' pall of'
chitrelh service. Addresses were made(1
( y I b i emlnn ''t'r
Baptist Chureb," of Laurisf I-,L.
Baggott,'State 0B. Y. P. U. Organizer,
of Columbia; Mr. Clyde Franks, of the
First Laurens B. Y. P. -U., and. Miss
Azile Wofford, of the Prospect 'B. -Y.
P. U. The following officers were
elected for ithe coming year:
Mr. Clydb T. j'ranks, 'President.
Miss Emva 4Hrnderson, Secretary
Miss Hato Wofford, Recorder.
The next annual meeting will bo
held with the First Baptist church at
'Laurens, but quarterly meetings will
)e held at regular intervals, through
out the year.
No Worm lin a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have waui
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there Is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVES TASTELESS chili TONIC given regularly
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood, im
Provo the digestion, and aet as a General Strength.
enigTonle to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
In Perfect I r ,lth. Pleanant to taka Mo peribottle.
Every one a 1
exacting of si
best in every
Selected a s the
Vicar of Wake
field picked h i s
bride for qualities
that would wear
well, and you need
but to see them to
appreciate t h e
beauty of their de
$25.00 to $85.00
Satin and Char
$18.50 to $75.00
designers who produ,
est coats. Some ha
closer at the hem.
style, but each of the
For Ladies and
The colors are fast
DOES 00O W011,4
Adjourns Aftr Mqost Fruitful Seslion
To Settle Disputes.
'Paris, Sept. 20.--rhe ninth sessioi
of the council of 'the league of nation:
udjourned today .after having smooth
ed out difficulties )etween four na
tions in controversies which at on
time threatened to result in iWar
Through its action In the Polish-'Lith
uanian crisis the council succeeded ir
getting the two counties .to agree ti
an Immediate sun~esion of hostill
ties pending a settlement of their dis
Putes which ioth sides agreed to ac
The Aland iteinds uuestioi likekis
Is consider.4 in a fair way for settle
ment. A Fffnish reservation which a
first a)pcared seriously to cloud th
issue was explained as not offering ai
insuirmountable (iiiflculty and as hav
ing been made hrgely for technica
beauty to the e:
Our buyers hai
ed to wear well
ewn work in ev
woman of fashion infhi
ced the newest of the sa
wve the Dolman effect
Some have the cape
im has an attractivenesi
price $25.00 to $'
esses, Coats ai
Uague officials explahied -that, al
though neither Finland nor Sweden
was legally -bound - to accept -the
league's decision they were morally
bound to accept It. It was further
pointed Out that a settlement, "If
backed by public opinion, would vir
tually conilh1i acceptane'e."
Count Quiiones do Leon, vipanish1
anibassador -to ilrance, and Baron Kel
shiro 3Aatsul, Japanese vice foreign
minIster, haye been appointed to rop.
resent the league of nations in the sot
tlemnut of the .Po!ish Lithuanian ques
tion 'and it Is expected that at least a
tentative decision will be ready for
the approval of the league council at
Its October sessloi.
Itate of South Caromina,
otlidy of Laurens.
IN COUlT OF CO.\lMNiON PLriAS
- W. Teague, In his own right an(i a,,
Adinlnlstrator of the Estate of Sue
Its, Silk a
ye---but more tha
re selected only t
fadeless dyes, p
ery feature of M1
iable at this storn
.ence the elus
top waist peily f
suited to are of rich
d Waists Not Ser
OGOD PLACE TO TRAJ
F. Teague, deceased; Mrs. Eda Fay
!Davis, Mrs. Minnie Fogan, G. 0.
Teague, J. 0.- Teague, Mrs. Annie
Hellains and. Acy F. Teague, plain
.111th ii ll and I'y 11111, C fendaits.
Pursiuant to a dceree of Vourt In the
tbove Stated ( oue, I will sel at wiblic
utcry to the highest bidder, at Liu
ens C. H., S. C., on Salemday in Oc
.oler next, being ? onday tie 4th day
f the month, during thr legal hours
or such sales, the following deserib
-d property, to wit:
All that 'tract, piece oi jIarcel of
iai:d h- sg, being and situtiete !u ?tic
30111(y of Laurel.3, In the SLite o'
3oith Carolina, containing one hun
ired aid eighty-five acros, more or
bounded on north by lands of
Will Raxon, on the east by lands of
Joe Pierce and J. C. Smith, on the
south by 'nds of John Wharton, Jr.,
m) west by lands of Williami .\,-:Pher
son. Crops and occupancy of prelmnc
es reserved until -January 1, 199-1.
Terns of sale: cash. -Purciaser to
pay for lpa:pers and stamps. If the
terms of sale are not complied with,
the land to be ro-sold on sAmne or some
subsequent Salesday on *same terms,
n that, there is
he garments wlb
ag as-sures y(
)VELTIES IN PLE
d Skirts for fall wear ar
ye selections which we a
tvored for their dressi
fabrics, and the styles a
coi Skirts, $15.00,
Skirts $10400, 15.(
t Out o- pproval
E0Mil Mnm yr
at risk of former purehaser.
C. A. POW=IO,
C. C. C. P. and0. L, 2aurens .
Pated, -this Sept. 14, 1920. 9
THE BIG 4
Keep the vital organs healthy by
regularly taking the world's stand
ard remedy for kidney, - liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles
The National Remedy of Hollanel for
centuries and endorsed by Queen W be
mina. At all druggists, threoesizes.
Lookt for the name Gold fdndead on every banu
anid accept so imitatiou,
quality in ev
mnd the most
)u of the very
For the woman
who seeks some
thing purely i n
type but with that
note of individual
ity which is strik
ingly unlike any
thing else. A be
can be made from
so large an assort
ment as at this
$35.00 to $75.00
e gaining favor and
tre showing ar'e es
ness. The materials
18.00 and 22.50
)0 and 18.50
They Lace in
$3.50 t-o $.50::