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Copyright, by Charlos teribnor's Bone
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The trio settled Into their paices
qIlickly, but not befor. 1 111141 itsaisiled
myself that Arrowstitli's copanliois
were Allee andl Mis. Parnsworth. As
they fell lIto aninutted talk I saw that
Alice was in her gayest hiunor. The
distinguished tragedian seetied greatly
amusei by what she was saying to
"Must. he niaenbers of Arrowsmith's
conmpany," one of niy neigibors re
marked. "They opon int w we eks
in Shia kespearie n repertir'."
Molitaiii had half risei, the better
to focus tin oper-gtss tiln tle box.
The gong soleinniily anni1oulnied tlhl e
ondl :et, :1nd Al ic' ilovell her I'hiir
to fneel the Sitage. O0mv mlore .\oll
tani scallled the party with hisglass.
As the lights I'ld Alice, with tie
pretty l:anguorous gestlure 1 i 4 wel re
uernhere. openoied . rmt fan- theia
of ostrich plulies, that be':ine a blur
of white that beld lily eye tihIrigh tile
dusk after the curtain ros'.
Allee, Montanii. andl the, fall ' To this
comlbinlatfin I had ntow% to :add lite n1w
elle ilent introdtliel 11110 tho situation
by the appalrenit finilima n llaintiance
of Alice and Mrs. -'rnswort li withl
Ceiil Arrowsmith. .\til yet, as th
play proceeded on1 its swit-noivinig
cou(se, 1 zreasonli'd 11ht1 therl leli4 1111sn -
Ing extraordt iltary inl their knowin. lite
eininit. nitor. lIe h:d long beer
I per41age ill En int il ind hil lite
ly been knighted. The-ir ilipettraller.
kvith h 1111 l t the h t .e r lly Is
)'osed of the iden Iutt they might he
11iposirs. The I; ' A rrow.
siluith 34l 1u1 Z( ,1 1!nt4 :h- 4 nip nly
1Id I hadn't 411n : 1., :11r I-rform
unee~ o tiia rl wi p'4. I'! . ro
As itey re uied th ir it- ni;;\h... it
11n .11l o for .\rr s1;. ' I h' Is t i lI . I ' e '~
1,1ng n14W .11 a int I en l l v. -.r m rt
its h u rrh ifll. or b ra i .'
si 4 'Il 1111 I ' i \
terI*li ng ,I an.\ hn th' 1 y. ! :[
nludiencel wvatchll ~ whhil :h-ql
Mw r ;I" ,!: . I
hu I. a
dor hlie iiii wrryis(4 ab t the ph
Ave i''ody'i wht si' s it e d hll'Ol' i fr illvi'rs
th int day. fi rets11 hnn' l ookedi I'l I n t
for li(' - ii e; hain- I s wru. Clitiga
"lckitos~ We. vstin his if'l. I1' lon't
Ckww n h'll b" bnek, a antfsw ereptt.
"Iri wrtoexcet n to ie eclulAr
Itoi?jst e aslu r11uch i asei onn h nor- e
Forsyth pnhd to se loi thlie ox-ti
If'll) anoud (iiy unce~rtnt sI~ ntu
nif l l byl the ('31slhrl typi(' f tasll' t e
thatn:' Ahe ntfs'ted . he derti a
d'I'er grnade wayt11 flr hhn.1 ior hug
passW qiuit al to e. "Wh:io thlle
Coislck f Itoi?"iI wit a sa ltyig piny1
that 11 tent l'udiences~ awyiih igt
trio'were no c1('lieption0 to Xi the ruli.
yu~'Lteni ' natelirel [tol'syte.y
ii' was pl'laning t aia As llee when the
"Who are those wvonen?" I d(tinand
"You fuly senre1(h fie! I spe you
have a good eye. That girl's rathle
Itlce to look it !"
- Crowding my way to the open, I
blockede the pi iath of orderly, sati clti.
zens avaliting their In1lchinelms unt ii a
lIolicemn pushed me tRide. Alive I
saw for a bowildering instant, fratmed
in tihe window of a1 big 1ihnlouisine thatl
rolled aiway uptown.
I had benil sluibbed! No snub had
ever lien tilvereI more dieliberi ely.
with i nicer alitlation of fet ,t Ilta
thatt adlinnisered 14o me by Alice llash
ford--i girl with wiborn. until a Iuo.
it-fit before, I hail believedl Illyelf
onl ternis of coda411111 ' nralelship. Sh
had cut it-'; Aliee who hill asinll lilt
It Ohw very beglinning ofr in-w(luaint
'tC e Io ca llher by her firstla -
Alli. hatt ilt nile witlollt 14t Iiluver
I walked to the Thne:1kerny ni114 sv1
tied1 toyselIf In it tIrk vo n rol' 41 lte
rdigrootn, th)ooughlly bruIs,- in)
spirit. IIn Illy resentlinlent( 1 n dia
flying to Ohio to join 8ll ies,' lay
Iny chief resourllce Inl trouhh'. ,\IT:Ii rs
at mtn niight -,o to the fievil. It
Alile .111d her entiniio walineil No
."0It ri o tu. 1 wolubd 1110 he4 mlor to
b' reli ved of the reponsiilty I had
w-11111'1 in) trying to) pr-olvot te
W ith ri 11in %ury I refleeledt1 Ili by
the finm- til'y h:in shaken toff' Amn
tun1i :1111 -Ill riel (f thOriwe inl
lit, 1411l houlse they3 woluhi think 111,1tmr
"T'pi'vnenme call. sir."
I followed. thll hoy to the booth
"Telephone Call, Sir."
In it rave thait any ,Ine dhiil d tur411b
Illy 1glootnmy reflee-t Imns,
r'It. Siilci itY '! i i Thki i; Alet.
N lo r l w \ It Aliov l'ik -., uIt.
he M ue t villc i lIinaI -. AMyf
-...I, but! iny in~
-I t Ir \\ lyi |l|
h a <y *111 Illy oth' II,
- t I II rton tini rrowp
- '' 'al i*nnI join us. I Pt usI
PUro ii diiel Itotor up to
\ i. I 'u1; tfl( r.t l that I call! for
"Thlii t woui heI tllin~g tings!~4
M '- 'a ;,ien ' spel everything''' ofe
HI:ryin:I N~ I onls ea lful.
tp in thie to l'hou' n1)1 l Ith g exat nn-m
rg btr o th ununnignti v lole Tor
(T-, o b-e' whotyi onn n--d) o
"MontlniU( wa~ inth Itheater"
st il;est Creetd6to. D
DIgiq lertInfl~i rippled merrZ INlyN ovier
IthlrowIing hu fin the o rk.ud Pins
[nt yurelihes Jle't P110in and yhe cnub
righft owee at hn the hnpla~ousPe un
9*9* * * * * * 9*9* * * *9*
Lanford, Nov. 22.-Again the deal
angel has visited our community all
called home the sweet spirit of Litt
Virginia Burnett, the three year 01
daughter of Mr. and Q'lrs. Malcon,
Burnett. The Ittle one had only bee
sick a few days and her death wi
very unexpected and a great shock I
the entire cominunity as well as til
immediate family. She was a grel
favorite of all who knew her and 11ti
let of the home, so she will be greatl
missed. lier little body was teilderl
laid to rest F"rid.ay aft'rtlnoon in ti
presence of sorromwving friends and( re
atives who deeply symniatlize with ti
bereaveds famiily inl this hour of sat
lless. The funeral services were col
duelted by the pastor, G. Al. Sextoni, m!
sisted by Rtev. P rince of mi'oree,
closf friend (f i ram!!y.
lr. Grover Ihanett, who is attem
ig Alrs 11111 College, N. C., 'enclie
home jumst in time for tle fimeral
his littl- sister and will reimaii -wit
his iparelts unutil after the Thank
. ing holidays before returning.
''he Rural Improvement Associa
tion will have Its regular moutil
meeting next Friday afternoon.
h Saturday afternoon the Woman
SMlissionary Society will have a ver
important meeting. All members ar
c urge to attend this meeting.
b ''hc Evangelistie Campaign is belin
b conducted by the Rev. HI. C. Bucklholt:
It will continue for inwo weeks, at nigh
s only. Everybody will be welcomed a
0 these services wlilch we hope will b
e most helpful to all who attend.
tt A good crowd from here attende
e lhe box supper at Centtt and report
- Aliss Pearle Chapman visited her pa
ren:ts at Fou'ntain Inn this week-end.
.\lisses Lewis and Burgess attende
the demonstration meeting Saturday L
lhe teachers 'will give Thanksgivin,
)ay amid on Friday will attend th
St at imeeting of teachers in Spartan
.essrs. W. 'E. iobo and 0. P. Cox
from redlshii) sect ion, visited Ms. C
'' P owler and Mr. C. 1). Cox recently
Alessrs. Roy )eShields and J. W
-lohnsonl wvent to Greeniville Saturda,
to see the football game between
- Clemson and Furman which resulted
V in victory for Furman of 14 to 0.
'Mr. and Mrs. J. S. liggins went to
a Union Sunday to visit .their son, Mr.
y 11. T. Higgins and their little grand
o son, 11. T. Higgins, Jr.
Born to Air. and Mrs. 'Willie God
g frey, Nov. Ist a, son.
'Mrs.' 0. F. Fowler and Mrs. J. S.
t Higgins enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs.
t 31amie Druiniond last week at the
e family reunion. Most all the Drum
mond children returned to the old
home to spend the day and a very en
A. Lady In 'hieago Telegraph.N fur
-led irs. -Phillips' wire: "Youell's
0xterininator Co., Westfleld, N. .1.
Rush $3 worth of RAT-SNAP' -Later
-ee'd following letter: "RAT-SNA P
arrived. - It rid our house of rats in
- time. Just moved here from Pu.,
:here I used INA'SNAP with great
results." Three nizes, 35c, I5c and
-1.25. Sold and guaranteed by atu r
ens lardware Co., -Putnam's iDrug
;tore, and Kennedy Bros.
Life, Fire, Health, Accident
Insurance Automobile, Surety Bonds
Can insure old style and new system cotton gins.
Also cotton, either at home or in warehouse.
Phone me and I M
will do the rest. D. . orw o0d
PHONES 126 & 386 LAURENS, S. C.
The Bargain Boards Are O1ed
We' are sorry we could not wait on everybody Saturday.
Come this Friday and Saturday and you will
find us with sufficient help.
Extra Special Men's Heavy Underwear Extra Special
50 Dozim Men's Heavy and
Medium Weight Shirts and 750 Yards 35c
1000 Yards 30c al to go at
4O~nc Seetng I95c aGarment Best Quality
goo qulit; nt IMen's Dress Shirts Apron Gingham
good quality; not 130 Men's Pecale Dress
the slazy kind. is,
i Each Both Specials can be
aMen's rWo Shirts had all day Friday
Sc8c Each and Saturday.
E x r S p e ci all
y c cz amric cr c 'he-se whc h*-ve been waiting for prices
to drop before buyinrg your winter dlothes-.;-your hour
has struck, your opportunity has come.. Why wait un-m
tilB after Christmas to buy your coat or suit when you
can buy now at after Christmas prices.
Special For Frnday and Saturday
Lae s'rn(~"Iaa Car ts, Su$1s.90kirts & Millinery....$74
$%tif) yout ar amog Choe ShoES!ve beenatingfor parices.....
tuI i after1k11"~ Chrtma s hoe fo y~r coatDes sos suahit hen ytcI,, ip~ou
$1.00(PtnBakt, ai 2.o frw iin cho he o hl ht Wool Navy Serge, a yard .6 .$.3
$1. I0 Sniig~iaa a y arel .......9e drn Wek o wecn sv yo 2OMe'UinSil.....1
Co ensmepufrhavyrkshent St r
The Sore~ Bett r luen. SchooPoshoes forchin
9- PperllSeeina urenarSouh..75cin