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LANFORD NEWS. *
Lanford, Jan. 3r-We have put the
"calendar of a now year on our walls.
We have been privileged to enjoy the
Past four seasons, both joys and sor
rows we recall fullinoll. Now the cy
cle of a new year looms ahead and we
mutLst prepare to face the advantages
aild disadvantages of 1921. So while
were setting our house it order t'or
.1921 we hope we all will resolve to
(10 our1 best, to make it a pleasant year
if we are 1privileged to live it through.
Our school children nwere eager
(111d anxIous to take up their studles
Monday morning and to see their he
loved teachers again after two Weeks
holiday for Clh ristmas.
Our little town has had a great
maty guests for the Christmas holi
days.- Among them are the following:
.ir. and Mrs. Glhist, of Greenville
visited Mr. G. J. Lanford and other
Mrs. Dr. Bailey an(d clildren, of
Clin-ton, Mrs. Louis Anilerson and
'Mrs. Dr. Vincent, Mrs. .J. W. lender
son aid families of Iaurens visited
Mrs. MaliIe Dru mmond.
Mir. and Mirs. Jolni A. Payne, of
Gireeinwood were guests of her family.
Mrs. scllie Nelscon of Clintoni spent tle
wedk with her : ler, Mrs. J. I. \\il
All the boys and girls that were off
at schools and colleges, added much
pleasuire and merriien t to all occa
At the residenlee of Ms.. W. John
son she aid Mr-s. W. 1). Patterson en
terti ned their Sunday Sclhool classes
Saturday eveiltng and they all en
joyed it very much.
M. anld Mrs L'. C. Iloliles gave a
party ini honor of Mr. Paul Cooper and
Mr. Grover fBurnett, who are dtudents
at .\ars 1-1111 College.
Prof. and Mrs. D. B. Alexander, Mliss
Helen Gray, 'MIss Jenness Cox and
'Fred D. Cox left Saturday morinng
]No other (1011"rsyo
spndc on your enr pay
per'o:rmanjce as those you
put: into your bafttey.
have alwayse pid cut one
hundred.C~ centZs onl the dolL"r.
Today they stand for thie
latest in battery inrprove
rnenit. The Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery
is the only battery with
Threaded Rubber Insula
Ask us about it.
W. Laurens St.
in a car to make the trip to Conway
to take charge of the school there
Miss -'Carrie Fowler .gave a dinner
Party in honor of her friend, Miss
Elizabeth, of Ora.
Mr. Jamies 'Fleming, a senior of S. C.
University, will return this week to
that institution to finish his course in
Mr. Yates 'Waldrop is a senior' at
Wofford and Mr. Charles Waldrep of
Wofford also returned this week.
Mr. Lou1ie Ianford retuirns to Fur
Miss lary II iggins retn ms to IlAie
stone college, and 1.iss Grace Do
Shields goes back to lAlider college, at
Mrs. T. R. DeShields, of lenderson
ville, N. C., was buried at Spartanbuirg
last Friday, the following attending
the funeral from here: lr. .1. M. De
Shields and fanily, .lr. and .\rs. .1.
F. 'Waldrep, 'Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wal
drep and Mr. and Strs. J. I. Patterson.
Mrs. DeShields had been very sick for
some tine and her death war exipect
ed. She has niny friends here, who
were sorry to hear of her deati. 'hey
made their home here for a long time
and she was a consecrated Christian
tworker, who did mnuch good in tihe
commiunity while liere. We -incerely
sympathize with her bereaved hushand.
$100,000 FAlRE AT
MlLL1EDGElVI Ll, GA.
Instittlopt Housing IS Governmeat,
I'Sycoplc0 Pnlents atIind 1 Oters
atuiagedi by Fire.
Milledgeville, Ga., Jan. 7.-At two-1
thirty o'clock this afternoon fire wolkm
out. tin one of the residential hiild
ings of Dr. Ii. D. Allen's private sani
tariumii, sitiated tihree niles south of
lilledgeville Ian(d resulted inl daiage
estinated to exceed $100,000.
A section of the sanitarium was oc
cupied by enfeebled soldiers sent to
the institution, which w-as des.ignated
by a psychopathic hospital 1)y the
United Sitates governmeint about six
miiontlis ago. TIhere were 68 soldier
patIents at the sanitarium at the time
the fire broke out and 130 other pa
tients sent there independently.
At the time the ire was discovered
the entiro number of patient. were
at dinner in separate building situat.
ed abkout three hundred yards froinm
the three buildings that were de
stroyei. It is said the fire originated
in a room that had just been left by
a patient who had gone out to tin
ner. It is :presiied that the 111eV was
caused by the careless hiandling of a
imiatelh or cigarette.
h'lie tLhree biildings destroyed con
tained G:3 rooms ani were value at
$50,000. Damage to the extent of sev
eral thousand dollars was done to a
huilding that had just been corln deted
at a co t of $50.000. Furnitie and
other valuable worth $15,000 to $20,
000 wrnI. !p1 inl the fam .
T , o .- . f li i n thl (f
l'am: a e s 1 . Ii tfa he mie't !
ni n by te .\ll!<thoit llte
I ' 'tirh '4 V.:: 1 n - ti :o xei tioA.
wate b e froo Eoket enad
ruu : .Ony etiin.o
a - waoi , ,e!~ :m 7. -im I. lpt lo.
I ttia iee o the i ''tig:tIinjury.
th - e (10 f t'lg i \. oi:'s,~ h e' i h
r'rviig a ~' ieri te tAtanta
eetin :tI nor WOOh:i ie ~vrroote, va
A15 t it:e : to (s!- i!.ag a t a o it was
ad ner, aidh the llam' tie whas thor,
tughlyei i as ont to tn d t noat otur-i
(15 fthe iar-tonh bt-ortidy ht) il
thoi.ioyn 'l I or s:i:t lt Iliti War
Aihi y ek ofilssi the investiga-o
(lteticae of Eiee th. acts, whrrais
te rvintigo a prdontne at Athbta
Whier viltons of thel hsioae laovom, t
iderin whe'lrI tr lreconnnenat Win
:loes td (todavby thpe heparsmintlo
justlisin On enncuiecemetc t
A lii caes f peron1 sierin antent',
Iei undieriuthsInat act ae u
dert Iietig'aton, t d parten olleials'
NAddd andI'sI tie Deb' casd hase be-n
reachedor I its (Odeais nt, on110 the
aferkillinge -lavntornel who il
reort los fondng tof Ithe factesizte,
As( iyeIt ienas 1sard wahe Cinvestg
th' lratintg tor anpadoKene;y Dos.
MUSGROVE NEWS. *
Musgrove, Jan. 10.-Rev. Jacobs, of
Clinton, filled his regular appointiment
at Bothany Sunday.
Mrs. John L. Minaugh, Jr., of Co
luimbia, was the guest of her iparents
for the wook-enld, Mr. -and Mrs. D. A.
Ali;s lnutice Livingston, of Newber
ry, 0111' splendid teacher, returned to
(ay to take up her (litles for the now
ri. and Mrs. Thomas W. Harksdale,l
of Barksdale, spent the week-en( with
Mr and Alrs. M.13. Bolt.
Mr.i. I. B. Glenn and chilId ren visit
ed Alr. Walter Glenin Sunday.
Aliss E1thel 'olt Is sling this
week with her sister, neat Nirksda1 4:le.
Miss J'va Bolt has resigned erl o0'o
,.ition at Adair's Department Store in
Clinton and will Spend several titotiths
wit-hi her parents, \lr. ald Mrs. .. 11.
liss Maude Poole of Clinton, spenti
the week-end wi"th her, parenits.
Mr. W. R. Anderson and famiily' spent
Sildaty with .lr. and Mrs. W. . yAlvers
,Rev. and -rs. .-Imbs, Mliss m.
Duckett, (Lucy and Catherine Little
ind 'Mr. Fred Little spent Sunday 'with
H1r. D. A. Glenn.
Miss Loraine Anderson and broth
Drs, lEugene and Collie, spent Sunday
with friends in Clinton.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Benjamin
mere !in Clinton on business Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Olin J. Bolt and little
:laughter, Dorothy, . ive bought tho
>Ad Wsih Garrett place and are now
n their hew home.
G1rove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
strengtheniiig, invigorating effect, see how
It brings color to the cheeks and how
it improves the appetite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
pleasant even children like it. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigor
ating Effect. 60c.
ASSESSORlS NOTICE 1921
The Auditor's of1ico will he open
from the first of January to the 20th
if February. 1921, to male Tax re
Litrns of ali personal prope'rty and:
ransfers of real estate for taxation,i
'or said year.
For the convonionceo of taxpayers
returns will be taken at the following
named places on the dates sopeclfled
Tuesday, Feb. 1st, S. W. Dean,
"R.iesday, Feb. 1st, R0nn,, Jacks
MiNl, Illunter Township.
Wednesday, Feib. 2nd, Clinton, Hun
Thursday, Feb. 3rd, Clinton Cotton
Mill1, lnteir Township.
Friday, Feb. -ii, Lydia Cotton Mll,
Saturday, Feb. U1th, Coldville, hIunii
Tu'lecday, Feb). 1st, Mounltville, Hun11
'Iudav, Fe' vb. 1.st, Cross 11111, Cross
TuIii (Sday, Feb. 1t, Dr. We). 'I'hoilp
\Wdiitesdsty, Feb. 2nd, Waterloo
Town, Waterloo Township1.
Tuesday, Feb. Ist, Jrry C. .\Iartin's
Mtoro, Waterloo Township).
Wednesday, Feb. 2nd, I3ruwerton,
S lliva Townlshi-:).
Thursday, Feb. :ird, A. W. Sharp's
store, Sullivan Towi.;hip 9 a. i. to
I p. m.
Thuirsday, 100b. 21rd. Princeton, sul..
livan Township, 2 to .1::0 p. In.
Fridav, Fb. Itl, Tt)nbling Shodls,
0 a.I, to 31 p. in.
'I'uesday', Feb. 1sL, S. Itufusi Gr.ay's,
I'esday Feb. 2nd, Owings, ia -;
Thi ttday, Feb. :rd, L. A.Thm
on's !s-torv. Dial:; Township.
Friday, Feb. 4th, Gray Court, Dials
Tuesday, Feb. 1st, Cook's store,
Tuesday, Feb. 1st, Young's store,
Wednesday, Feb. 2nd, Pleasant
Mound, Young's Township.
'T'lh I rsday, Feb. 3rd, Lanford's,
All 0n1le ciltizenis between the ages
of 21 and 60 yea'rs; oin tihe first (lay of
Jaintiary, except those who are lncap
ale 'of ariing a support froi being
inaune01d or froiln otlIer cause, are
deelnied 14011, Conlfederate veterans
A!so ali 1I1l4 cilizens it.xv(on the
a fs o 1 '- 1 i 55 on th firist (lday of
.h~tu:7, are liable to a load tax of
make their return of sainw to the
Auditor dur11ing the tillm above speci
lied and shill pay to the County
Treasuiirr at the sainle thime other
are paid in 12411 of working the
All axpayers are reouilred to give
Township and colrect. S1hool District.
After the 201h o Fe'buiary, ')0 per
cent penalty will be attached for fail
ur'0 to lilake rotins.
J. W. THOMPTISON,
Nov. 20th, 1920.
Plies Cured in 6 to 14 Days
2 1:a '~refril mone-y If P ( (:Nm ' fs
Minter Co's Cash Department Store
Is In Full Blast
We believe this is a good time to buy. These prices are all down to
Rock Bottom. You need not expect lower prices soon.
We are closin'g out our stock regardless of cost---before taking stock
the last of January. Don't fail to visit our busy store and
SEE HOW WE HAVE CUT PRICES
January Sale of Men and Boys' January Sale of Wool Goods
Suits and Overcoats
Now is the tim(e to buy that Suit iual Overeoatl-V 1 a i ... ..r .... y$o.u9
~Yrdiiluh stlo 1)(.1. yard............... ....99C
A I I'ashior Park $60.00 and $1;5.0()0 Siits, ,Jn. Sale $34.98 ai-witl Ul(IItl, per vanl............ .... 49c
0ne lot Si ts bought in Novemiber, ,imaua w a ....$19.98
* n( lt~ .\h1 n' Slits, sAs5 34 to -1. r ri8 d-vr yards ).69c
..1lvuP .1-(~ if~~NIi~i sut)I~~ ~I\~~ 'Iir ,Jlv ............. ....75c
(il.Iti~'.........................$9.99 jililI ' WId l'n~l e a......... .... ..49c
lSitsw v $15.t0i t 1(0 .. . ..$9.99
A 'i If By Su its, valu' 1. 00 Aa $11.50. Sale . .$O.99ut
ne lo , . I , s' 5ull, siz., 15 1 . i an V-Y Silh . .$3.99
IN- Y ts rztes I- t. i. . IT, .i..-.b . .
January Ch-aran-ce C.)-I, c : Co . ):,- Goocs,
xitra, a Specialii..iu~ iail!A:u~iih
One catse of standard Apron ' I -
Gingham, yard.. .. C
( Li m it 0 ya \'Lrds3 to each custocer)
SOne case of yard wide Per.-n n! .9
cale, yard w e . . I.t I .... . ,...1....e........ ......
-Men's Furnishings ReducSdale of I
():I( 1 1 .\M en's h1. . 14l . $1.49 V ho l ; Il I ' 'I ks ii i it ille
()Ith, Ale n . ool ],hirs. . . Sal ..... .... .. $2.99 V i' W "\ (ll ;Ill (Ii Silk , i ,
( in lo .ln' bl u. \V\ 1it. ,an. ual( .... . .. .98c -,11c.
('arhiart Overalls. .!h . Sal ..... .... .... .... .... $1.99 1 l 11-d-wi li i iii e I ............89
(in ll- h) . n's ie l and rihhI l U'nderwear, $L.I vahiff- 69c .111 ( ki i , . 9
1) n. lot Array Wool S ................. .... .35c 1 l l hi oI ' , vair,
().- lot Alen's New vks .--- --.. .... .... .... .... ..10C 1 0-1T wi ll ,YlWii i m- p y.iird ........$1.89
(n- loot .\lel's .$lion -j 111 Suits .. ...... ..$1.29 ........ ... ....... 29
()ne Ilo I .\lvn's $2.5-A l'nionm i ts ,hnnaryv Sah-.. ..$1.4911IlI- ,N * .
ale.....$ .49 I Iot ilaI.;a ii la '. Ii noo iLi.~. a ol... .......0179
1 loti Yortl-widli MissiliiieC pll VNI'd...... .... ..........13
men's and Boys' Pants Reduced I bhek it r *ad . .79
(hie lot Alen's heavy Kersey ilt'a ts., all sizes 1i1p to 50. a I. idl i Sill p Yarul.... ..............0
Jau iHry Sah- .......... --.. ........ ..... .$3.99
( >no lot. Alen 's *10.00 1'a n1ts, .Ju tiary Sa le .. ....... $6.99
Clearance Sale of Silk and ool Dresses.
(n iii of I)res's, wvorthi up to0 $(9.00, choici .... ..$24.99th
It il pa yu o cmemils o hisgraJanuary l Clearanc Sale.
Letnohin kepnouawa.otn baransot ment vlo e d in. this ad-$.9
vetie en. O E lo oEhR0L! 'adSitne e ai.$4
Cas DpatmntS~ Au1Redy Souarthb CrolidnOu