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Mraf J. 'R. Little is spending some
tino in Anderson with. relatives.
'Mr. R. L. Wolff .apble to be out
maain after an illness of s6veral weeks.
Mr. R. R. MdD'aniel, of Anderson,
was ,a business visitor in the city yes.
*iisse .' aogha Barksdale and
Aprnice Meing aent the week-end in
Greenville with friends.
Dr, J. 'H. Teague and family have
rpturned home after spending several
weeks with relatives at Sanford, Fla.
Mrs. J. F. Burton "left yesterday for
Chester..to visit Mrs. R.- "E. Sims for
3Mrs. J. M. M'Lees ar f pt1dren, of
Greenwood, are visiting-Ifr. 'end Mrs.
Clifton Jones this week.,
'Mr. Hugh McCain, a well known
business man of MoCormick, spent
Sunday in the city with friends. '
Mrs. Marie G. Swain returned from
Greenville last Friday where she car
ried her little daughter for an opera
tion. The little girl is doing nicely.
Friends of Mr. A. F. Martin, the well
.known eontractor, swill be glad to
know that he is improving after a se
rious attack of influenza.
Miss Anna Wlallace, of the Shiloh
section, has gone to Lexington county
to fill out an unexpired school term
in that county.
Mrs. John M. Teague and her guest,
Miss Mildred .Hutchinson, of- Augusta,
spent the week-end in Anderson 'with
Mrs. W. C. King.
Mr. Wiarren Templeton, of Mt. Car
mel, is 'spending a few days with -his
n' other, Mrs. Allie Templeton,. at the
Mrs. Tillman IPalmer and Miss 'Es
telle 'Palmer, of -McCormick, were the
guests of 'Mrs. Allie Templeton Sun
Mrs. Harvey Belle Gray, who has
been visiting relatives in the city, left
Tuesday for Fountain Inn, to remain
Mr. Alsey Miller has returned to his
duties at the Laurens Drug Company
after being confined to his home for
several days on account of sickness.
Rev. C. T. Squires has returned to
the city after conducting revival ser
vices in Greensboro, N. C., for several
weeks and will fill his accustomed ap
pointments next Sunday.
William Gray, accompanied by his
cousin, Clarence Gray, of Rutherford
ton, N. C., both of iwhom are attending
Wofford College, spent Sunday In the
city with Mr. and 'Mrs. 1W. L. Gray.
'Mr. George Adams, of Edgefield, and
1 Miss Mildred Hutchinson, who is visit
ing Mrs. John a' Teague, accompanied
by Mirs. Teague, motored to Greenville
'Misses ' Margaret Sandifer, Mabel
Chapman, Catherine Van Wyck and
Laura Agnew and Mr. Rhea, of Green
ville, pent the week-end with Miss
Emma Cooper at the home of Mr. and
Mrs.' T. 'D. Downey.
Mr. 0. 13. Simmons left Tuesday for
Crystal Sprinigs, Florida. He will 'be
joined there by huis brother, Mr. C. P.
Simmons, of Greenville, and the two
wmill continue to Miami to remain about
Mr. C. WV. McCravy was taken ,ill
while in the city Monday morning
and had to be carried to h-is home .by
friends. Although he was resting very
well yesterday, he was still a very sick
Mrs. W. H[. Fowler and her dlaugh
ter', Mi's. IL. C. Barksdale have both
b~een very sick at thei' home on South
Harper street for the past woeek, but
their friends wvill be glad to know that
they are recovering.
Mr's. tlkeWitt King andl children, of
Mt. 'Pleasant. are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
L. C. Fuller on East Main street. Mr.
King came up with them last week
and after remaining for several days
continuted to Atlanta on a business
Mrs. Gee. P. .Jenkins and children
are spending some time at Clover,
York county, in attendance upon Mrs.
Jenkins' sister, who has been critical
ly til for several weeks. Mrs. Jen
kinsa exp~ects to be asyay at least a
week or' two yet.
Sir. .J. D). Mock, the veteran clerk to
Supervisor Watts, is among those e"l'
have been on the sick list for the past
>week. On aeccount of his sickne., 'e~d
the neced for Mr. Watts in vairioums pu"ts,
of the county, the suner'visor's e'il.e'
has been closed miuch of the time d"gr
lng the past few (lays.
'Miss Enimie Lou Washington, who
is attendiing Chicora coll'ge, Sipent the
wveek-end in the city iwith her' gran'l
mother, Mrs. Lou F. Jones. While
here she had( as her' guests Misses Hiar
riett. 'Mayer' end Elizabeth Cockrell of
Converse.. Saturday eveding Miss
Olithia .Jones gave a party for them,
BH'idge being' the amu'sement for. the
etening, after wvhich a delici us ealad
coumrso was served.
Meeting of D). A. R.,
The 11enry Laurens chapter, D. A.
R, will meet Friday afternoon at 4
o'clock 'with grs, Wells Ciardy.
',. Mrs. Brooka Swygort, Sec.
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* By Mrs. C. W.. Wasoq Mib. Supt. *
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The Woman's issionary Society ot
'Gray Court Methodist church met at
Mrs. Alvin Curry's ,residence on Fri
day,. the 4th of March. The beautiful
floral .decorations told of the coming
spring and were a joy to see. A splen
did progi'atn' was carried out by our
Social Superintendent, Mrs. 'Riobert
Gray. The discussion was on "Ten
ancy in the Rural Community." The
thought brought out was that -both
the tenant and the land-holder should
work :together to improve the place.
The tenant should be eicouraged to
own the land he lives on. A
At the 'business meeting it was re
Iported that a second box had been
sent to the Poles. It was decided that
we taken an Armenian orphan for one
year. That is, give $60.00 to save an
t3ooks were given out for the spring
mission study. The study is "The
Bible and' Missions," by Mr. Mont
gomery. ' A report of the special
prayer service of Feb. 18th was good.
At this service, Rev. Squires, of the
Presbyterian church, Rev. Hopkins of
the Baptist church and Rev. Watson,
of 'thei Methodist church spoke.
Rev. J. W. Watts and airs. Watts
also added much interest to this
eplendid union prayer service. These
two young people, having consecrated
their lives to God, iplead earnestly for
others to do the same.
MT. OLIVE NEWS
Mt. Olive, March 7.-,Public road
working sttilj goes on in this part of
the county. A force of hands under
-the supervision of Mr. John H. Cul.
bertson was' 'engaged all last week on
the -road leading from here to Ware
Shoals. Most of this line now is in
faily good condition. We notice other
roads outside this immediate communi
ty have been gone over also iwith
drags, plpughs, hoes, etc.,. making
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cooper and Mr.
M. W. Hill were right sick last ,ween
and are still but little improved. They
are affected with something like grippe
which may be a recurrence of flu but
it is to be hoped it is only severe
Mr. Travis Baldwin is seriously sick
of typhoid fever, M(r. Baldwin is a
splendid young boy just entering
young manhood and has the sympathy
and the prayers of all who know him,
for his recovery.
Mrs. Johnnie Knight is at Anderson
with 'her daughter, Mrs. Reaves, who
was hurt in a recent automobile
Mr. Ed Teague, daughter and thc
boys, spent last 'rweek end with rdla
tives near Waterloo.
The baseball season is 'opening um:
here rather early this year. The Mt.
Olive end Mt. Gallagher teams have
already crossed bats in a test of ath
lctic skill, the last two Saturdays.
Both games resulted to the credit of
Mt. Olive, who did much batting and
inore running. In fact, the field
seemed to yield itself composedly to
the freedom of the ball and the swift
nens of, the foot. lBut still It wvas all
A little three-year old1 gir!, (laughter
of 'Mr. and Mrs. JTohn Tonm Watts, who
live at the Smith brick h'ouse, (lied
last Mionday and was buried here
We notice a number of plows start
.ed up Saturday andl no dloubt much
iplowing will be done this week, if the
iventher continues fair.
(Caught With KhIskey
Federal Officer Toiandl and Rural
Policeman Abranms captured a Ford
car with about a -gallon of whiskey at
Clinton Saturday night. Two men were
in the car, Vance Johnson being ar
rested on the spot adl Jim Bolter being
later caught at Greenwood after ho
had mnade 'his escape. Johnson has se
cured bond and lBoiter will be0 given a
hearing some.. time this week.
Friendship ii. Y. P. UI.
The Friendship IB. Y. P. U. will give
a demonstration progranm at Rlabun
Creek church Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. All young people of the comi
mumity are urged to attend.
Miss Vera Baldwin, Pres.
Masonic Mass Meeling
A nmass meeting of all the Mas;ons
affiliated with the .local lodges has
'been; called for Thursday evening At
:70 o'clock. 'A full att'endlance is ded
C. H. HICK01A.
Meeting of Adoniram Council No. 2
A regular meeting of Adoniram
Council, No. 2, will be held( on Friday
night, March .11th, at 8 o'clock. There
uwili he work.
L. B, Barkadale, I. M.
D. B. Bwyvgert, ARe - --
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Ekom, March 7.-'We are having fine
spring-time days and the fanmers are
The ladies of our missionary society,
together 'with several others, observed
the "Wieek of Prayer" last week and
we had a good meeting every day. The
meetings were held at different .homes
of the. community and we feel like
they did a great deal of good. If these
prayer services were held in this way
more often- they would be such a help
to us all.
The many friends of Mr. Barnie
'Blackwell will be sorry to' learn that
he has decided +o quit farming and
gone west to look for a better Job. -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fowler spent a
while Sunday with their sister, Mrs.
Mrs. A. 'R. Thome spent last Wed
nesday with Mrs. Luranie McDaniel.
Mr, and Mrs. Carl Cul'bertson visited
Mr. T. H. Burts and family last week.
'Mrs. W. W. Culbertson and daugh
ter, Miss Lidie, spent Monday with
Misses -Edna and Kittura Cooper
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Culbertson and
two fine boys visited the latter's broth
er, Mr. Albert Martin, of the Poplar
section, Saturday night and Sunday,
Misses Elsie and Mittie Burton spent
Saturday night with Misses Lonic and
Mrs. Luranie McDaniel spent Sun
day with Mrs. Lou Culbertson and
Mr. Clarence Burton was a visitor in
our community Sunday night.
Dr. Cooper is able to be out again
after several days' sickness, we are
glad to report.
Mr. and Mrs. William Baldwin and
little Lois were called to the home of
the former's brother, Mr. Lawrence
Baldwin, of the Mt. Olive section, Sun-.
day, on account of the serious illn'iis
of one of his boys, who was typhoid
'Mr, Barley Brissey, of Mt. Galla
gher section, spent Sunday night with
his brother, Mr. T. J. Brissey.
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Lanford, March 7.-The play "Home
Ties" presented at the school house
Friday night., rw'as a decided success
and a large crowd was preent to en
courage and show itie interest in the
Mr. and :Mrs. T. A. Crow and daugh
ter, Elorce, visited Mr. Irby Layton
Sunday, and 4ttendgI s ryipes at Cedar
Mr. Louio Bomar, of Spartanburg,
spent the day with 'his mother, Mrs.
Stella Romar, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Burns, of Barks
dale, visited Mrs. O. F. Fowler last
Sunday. Mrs. Fowler was very sick,
but is some better at this writing.
Miss Bernice 'Prince visited Mr. and
Mrs, T. M. Burnett last Sunday. She
taught school at Centr~al several years
ago and Is teaching near Augusta now.
Her friends were all glad to see her.
Misses Vivian and Nellie Burnett
visited Miss Lucile 11arlem last Sun
Mrs. W. E. Chapman, Miss Nora
Simpson and Mr. and 'Mrs. Ilinson, of
Fountain Inn, caime to the play Frii
day night, Miss Pearl Chapman re
-turning home with them.
Mtiss 'Nina -laris spent the week
end with her brother in Spartanhurg.
Mrs. M. 'W. Fowler has 'been sick the
past week, and not able to teach
school. .\Miss Carrie Fowler, her
dlaug'hter, has taught in her place. We
- are gladl tha t she is better and able
to resume her work.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn .\artin and Mrs.
Mannic Martin wecre the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. RI. Patterson recently.
Mrs. J. S. Higgins has returned from
a visit to relatives at .Spartanhurg and
-Miss Carryc Lou Higgins spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Higgins.
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