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* Locl and Personal Menlon. *
Miss Mario Smith spent Sunday at
.Wood)t ff -)yith :hor sparents.
Mr . . :E. Boyce, of Clinton, "was a
business visitor , in town yesterday.,
Mr. V. 3elton 'Owens, of Gray
Court, iwa': a visitor in the city yester
-Mir. and mrs. R. J. Bland; of Sum
tor, sPent last TueF (lay and Wednesday
in the city oin busilels.
Mr. C. A. Told, well known farmer
of Cliuton, Wa:; a visitor in the city
Miss Liaiele White, of \Yalhalla,
'spent a few days in the city last week
'with her sister, Mrs. H-. W. Gasque.
Mrs. Fetta Dorroh, of Gray Court,
mr'ent the first of the week i' the city
wl-th Mrs. V. T. Dorroh.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Hex Lanfordgniotored
up fromi Wa iorloo for a short visit to
the city yesterday.
Miss Velma 'Emitnth, of Maisley, 1Spent
reveral days in the city last week as
the gle.t of' Miss Hattie Gray.
M-s. Chiles Calhoun, of Greem.ood,
hun b0n11 sp1nding several (lays In the
city wvit)h her parents, 1l'r. and Mrs.
W. 11. Dial.
Fiiends of Mr. H-. Terry were glad to
Sce him at work again Monday after
having been conflited to his home for
several days on account of sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. 10dward McCrady,'of
Greenville. spent the week-end In the
city as guests of Mr. and Mrs. James
.\lIrs. H. C. Hilton has returned to
Coluibus, Ga., after visiting her
mother, .\M rs. Laura M. Easterby, for
Miss Maiaret Fain, of Dandridge,
Tonn.. and Miss Mar'y 'Jenkins, of Rock
11111, are expected in the city the lat
ter part, of tlie week to visit Mi'. and
Mr:. Or o. .Jenkins.
Mrl'. C. 1.. Par 'ker, w'.ho is tellporal
ly lon.tcd 'n Cl : 1iotte on gov'ern ment
work, -pent the week-end in the city
with Mr's. Parker and -the cIldr101 at
the hem- of M r. and Alra W. W .
Mr1.' M. '. Ilan., formerly in charge
of the ofilce of the Davis Realty Com
pany hec', but who is now with the
same concern ii Greenwood, spent
Friday aid Saturd-ay in the city With
.Mr. 'Edward 'Webb, of Petersburg,
Va., spent several days in the city
. ast. week with 'Mr. andl Mirs. C. K. Ray.
Mr. Wehbb is a close friend of Mr. Tom
rtay, who has; -bcon in Petersburg for
some tine, and while in this vicinity
found the opportunity of visiting his
* CLINTON NEWS *
Clinton, Feb. 15.-Mr. J. F. Jacobs,
Jr., spent several days last week In
Atlanta on business.
Mrs. Wim. Andeison and. son, of
Greenville, spent last wveek -with her
parents, .\1r. and Mi's. R. L. Bailey.
'IMr. and Mr's. WV. HI. Hays returned
'last 'Wednesday from New York City,
where Mr. Hays has been for treat
'ment 'the past six weeks.
Mliss B. Copelanid, of Chicoira col
lege, will spend tihe wveek-end withl her
piarents, Mr. aind Mrs. G. A. Copeland.
Mm'. andi Mrs. W. fl. Owens, Jr,, en..
ter'tained the following guests at a
dininer' Iar'ty last Wednesday eveniug:
Dr. md 'Mrs. .Jas. H. Copeland, .\ir.
and Mr's. Jodie Chandiler and Mr'. 'and
Ml's. .J. I. Coleman.
Mr.l 'and 'Mm's. T1. 1). Copeland enter
Stained quite a numnbe4' of .their friends
at a dinnei' party 1:ist Friday evening.
.'fhose presenti were Mir. and1 Mr's.
.Jodio Chiandler', Mr. and Mr's. Iriby
Hipp, Mr. and Mr's. Mac H. Hipp, Miss
es 'Ronalyn and ona Bliakely, ' Ray
Prather and -Mr.~ C. WV. Stone.
Mrs. WV. M. Scott nnd dlatlghters re
turned Truesdiay to their home in
Bishopyllo aftei' spendling last tweok
with 'her parents, Mr. nnd 'Mi's. Egdar
Mesdanmes M. J. McFadden . and
Frank Kellars entertained'- quite a
number of their friends at a Valentine
aparty last Saturday afternoon at 'Mrs.
MoFadden's residence. The house was
decorated in. all kinds of yr~lentine
deocorations and the valentine 'Idea was
carried out in every detalil, Delicious
cream and. cake, offc'e and cheese
wafers were served to a-bout fifty
Mr. and Mrs. Irby 11ii1' entertained
at a card party Monday night in 'honor
of Mr. atnd Mrs, Oswald Copeland of
Nowherr'y. After several gantes of.
~cards, a dleilis salad course and
aot chocolate were sei'ved to t'he fol
'lowing guests: Mi'. and Mr's. J. 0.
Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Mae IHipp,
Mr. and Mrss T. 'D. Copeland, Mr. and
*Mr's. '-W. 'B Owens, Jr., Mr. 'and Mrs.
Rloese Young, 'Mir. and Mrs. John Fin
nloy, nd D~r. and Mrs Jan. R. Copeland,
Mr. '[hoe. Jacobs spent several days
In Atlanta Iast week on business.
Mi'. U. Tilakely entertained the foot
ball. topm at a dinner party last Sat
JUDGE K. M. LANDIS
IMPEACHED IN HOUSE
(Continued from 'Page 1)
Worthy of the bench" and "demogagu
DIscupsing 'his financid Interests at
home, Senator Dial said he had or
ga:ivzed a mnall bank and a trust com
pany. Mr.. Dial added that he had
never drawn any salary from the trust
comipany and that he had never
drawn at much salar:- from the .bank
as the hank clerk whose case came
before Judge Landis.
Re'garding Judge Landis' tatement
ers In a measure were responsible for
that the Chicago 'bank clerk's employ
his theft because they pa-id him such
a small salary Senator Dial saild:
"If that goes unchallenged there Is
a judicial invitation to every employee,
if they're not satisfied with their
salary, to say 'Take whatever you
want.' That is the most Bolshevilki
doctrine I ev.r heard. The man who
possesses these s(nttimnents is not (at
i fied to st on any bench."
Senator )ial said that the bank
clerk did not steal a I'e* huindred (101
lars to aild hisf family, btil took $96,
"This judfge," Ie continued, "pm a
premium on the amoult of his thiev
It was not for ilie court to say
whether the compensat ion of the bank
cleth- was enough, the senator con
tilnued, adding that "this freak did
not confine himself to, denunciation In
the court house, but went out on. tle
lighway.; to turn loose his venom on
Senator Dial announced that he
Woul'.l call the attention of the de
partment of justIce to the case to see
If the scnm1timents expres'sed on the
blencoh "Iight not be rebuked" amd
added that In a1 few days he 1perhaps
would Introduce a bill "to make it uin
lawfuil for judges to reeive salary
fromi any other occupation."
Chicago, Feb. I.1.-judge Kemie:iaw
M.,In Iadi today refuii sed to (ommieit
o hchages and thr'atenIed im
pIel'achmenot. p)roiceodings of Senator
Dial of South Carol ina. lie repudiat.
ed puib:lihed statemeats in morning
pairs attributed to him and decl a red
he would have nothing further to say
on the mlii!tter 4t this time.
"W'hat's the next move, Jut dge?"
lie was askled.
"It's Dial's move. I've nothing
more to say. Why all these reports of
a-l!elcd interviosws make Me a coin
mon gossip. Anything I say now
wvoulld just. be handing that fellow
Wood for his fire."
The iudge's oflice was busy with
callers :ull (lay today. Some offered
Isympathy and support, and others
-merely came to give the judge as
surance of -thei faith in his staid.
To all of them lie declared lie was
not perturbed by any of the Dial
"I'm not worried about this thIng,"
he assurted oe caler. "Why 'm no
more initerestedl In this thani I am in
the appilolnttment of a iew hell 110p
in that hotel across the street.
Admitte'd t) .DIstrict ('ouri.
Rear' AdmItral Samuel McGowan, re
tiredl, has been ad~mitted to prtactice
law in the District of Columbia courits,
acording to press dlispatehes alppear
lng In the dailly .papers yesterday. Ad..
miiral McGowan wvas "considerab)le of
a lawyer" as they say 1n'Spartanburg,
hotore he wvent to work In the nmavy
and n10 doubht lie will find it easy goin:
uipon his return -to hiis "'tirst love.''
A hirmthilay'Pa iy
Mr. .\elvin Lindlov gave a party
S aturiday evening In eclebratlon of his
fifteenh ir11thlday. Quite a niumber of
hIs frkndi~s wer-e present and tiade it
a very enijoyable occasIon. After a
great many fgames were l1ayed, they
wce'e Invite (1Into the dlInIng r'oomi
where A beouteous sutJpper wvas served.
For Near East Relief
The Advertiser forwarded to E 0.
Black, Treasurer Near I'a'st Rolief
Fund last week, the~ followvIng sulb
Miss MInnIe Wall'ace --.. ...$0.00
0. G. Thompson --.....-.. .. 2.50
Other subscr'Iptions wIll be forward
ed as -they are received.
Chamber Directors to Meet
The dIrectors of the C ambher of
Commercei are 'hereby called .to meet in
the Chamiber of 'Commerce rooms
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'cjock to
dIscuss matter's of i:nmedIate moment.
- R. R1. NICKELiIS, Pros.
A'LISON LE.E, sec.
If you wvant to convert your ib'erty
BlondIs Into cash, see Hlome Trrutst Co. at
I'gnterprise NatIonal Dank. 30-2t
P'AtLMETTrO LODGE, No, 1if, A. F. M.
A regular esommunlentlon
of Palmetto Inodge, No. 19,
A. 'F. M., will be held on
F/IRID)AY niecht, Feb. 18th,
S-at 7:30) o'clock. Work 'm
E. A. degree. Memberms are urged to
dttond and visIting brethren welcome.
SBy order of
7M. 0. ANDERS'ON L. 0. 'IOOPF,
Secretary. W. M.
The larlors of the Laurcns hotel
Vas the scene of a wedding Thursday
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock when Miss
Elise Babb of Laurens became the
bride. of Arland C. Rose of Blaney,
near Columbia. There twere no attend
ants and the ceremony was performed
by the Rev. Pierce F. Kilgo, pastor of
the First Methodist church. lr. Rose
arrived in' the city from Columbia at
2:30 and left with his bride at 5
o'clock ior Augusta. Mrs. Rose is al
daughter of Representative Clarence
M. 'Babb and while her father is at
tending the sessions of the 'general
assembly she has been making , her
ome at thle hotel with- her sister, Mrs.
A. S. Perry. A few years 'ago she was
a student at the Columbia college and
last year she taught school at Ilaney.
She is an attractive and popular young
1-woman an(d hcr friends regret that her
marriage takes her from Laurens. Ar.
Hose is a well known young biness
lan of his town and section.
V. E8. Society Olves Valeuitine Parl!y
Miss Nannie Lou Reeves dei'.* I -..1
ly entertained the C. E. Society I
giving a Valen tine party last Fridy
evening at her -home near \\'are
Shoals. They iplayed qluite a number
of *games and had several contests,
such as pinning the arrow on the heart
and a -bird contest. The prizes werc
awvarded to Misses Eula Mae Cravford
and Pauline lughes.
Then at 'ten o'clock the gue;ts were
invited into the dining rom, which
was beautifully decorated in red and
green colors. .Jllo and cake w.'
aerv.ed by /Mirss. Rosa I na 1),s
F'Aul:te C'vrawford and Na tuni i
-R.eeven. Among -those present Ve:
'isses Vi:sin~ia~. and .\largaret Bnle
tine, Tirz and i'auline iluuglheF'.
Claulia anid Jennie Le Stone, .\ladge
Vauighin, .ul1Ia Medlock, 1.l1-1n1d Cowai.
Mess rs Carl Bishop. Joe Cooper,. ill ie
and Jeff '\Wod, A. R. I lughes, Edd and
Henry livley, Lee Cowvard, James
Reeves, Clifton Siebert,' Holward Car
lisle and Johnie Jalentine.
0 0 0
Led for'd.C( on .
Miss Macia Ledford, dalughter ot
Mrs. Janie Ledford of Fleming street,
an( Mr. A. J. Coats, of the Fuller
Garaige, were ha.ppily married Sunday
afternoon by Rev. Vermilllon at the
home of Mr. Brown a few miles in the
gountry. Aft r- 'the marriage the
young couple left by automobile fo'r a
short honeymoon, returning home yes
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