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hfra, Thos. E. Duckett, of Anderson,
Is isiting her parents, I '. ajid Mr8.
W. '. Crews, 'this wee." - ' :
Mass Aisle -Boyd, of .)reegwopd,
spelit last week in 'the city with her'
sister, .Mrs. Join 1,1. Teague.- - : :
*M. Rosa 'Bramlett and Miss Mar
garit Wright spent the 'week-end in
Chayleston with, their sister,.: Mrm
Smith. I
Miss Beurah Balle, who is teaching
in tie Barkgd'ale4Narnie school, apentl
the yeqk-cnd in the city.
Elbt',.Copolai'd, who is ttending
4 Clen on'college, spent Sunday in the
city, ith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
W. plid
. . . Anderson and Mre. Khames
Dun~lin spcnt the. week-cd In -Rock
Hlill ,.with- Mfases Martha Franks and
ViriJ ia Gray, who are attending Win
thrA college.
I%. Charles Hicks ,Aid Miss Alma
aliclq of Greenvidlle, are spending'
some time with Mr. and Mrs, W,, P.,
Thomasori, on Irby Avenue.
Mrs. W. J. Moore, of Greenwood, and
Mrs.,J. D. A'ustin, of Clinton, huvebma
spending several days in the city with
Mrs. 0. B. Simmons
Mias 1itla Burns who Is :atitunuing
G. W. C., spent the week-end in the
city 'wlth her -parents, Mr. and Mrs.'
E. Burns.
Mr. C. W. McCravy is out again af
ter having been confined to his home
for several weeks on account of sick
ness.
Mr. Gamriell Mc'Gowan 'left Tuosday
for Washington and Atlantic City to
remain a few weeks .before returning
to the city.
Miss Viv'!an Huff, who is teaching
school In .the lower -part of the state,
opent Sunday in 'the city with her apar
ents,.'Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Huff.
Mrs. Chiles Calhoun, of Greenwood,
has been spending several days in the
city with her parernts, Dr. and Mrs. W.
H. Dial.
. Mr. R. A. Carter, who has been en
emPle4ef of the Watts, Mills for over
ten Yera, exlpects to leave this week
for G'ienville to be with the Dunea
Mrs. . P. McGowaU, Mis 'osa Mc
Gowan, Admiral Sarnu e . Mcqow n
and M i. G. W. ProqItt Stotored 'do*n
to Croa Hill Sunday fwith Mr. R. L.
Walker" and visited friends and rela,.
aIllams.Coker
Mr. %Charlton H..-Hellams, one of the
efficient city mail carriers, aid., Miss
Tomni Coker, of the Fork Shoals
aeotion of d0iits'joiti, were
married Sunday ft'ernoon at Fountain
Inn. Mr. Clardy Bolt, a brother car
rJar accorpanied him on the eventful
trip and acted as best nan at the mar
riage. After .a short honeymoon the
bride and groom will be at home at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Clardy Bolt.
Presbyterian (iurch Notice.
Sund(ay Schoo~i 9:45 A. M.
Preaching Services, 11 A. M. and'
7:30 P. M.
Sermon .in .thenmorninig will be upon
the Rassurrection.
Mr. -Squires ,will also preach Mt Dor
roh Pr1esbyte'inLn church, Gray Court,
-at 3:30 P. M.
Meofting iif 'Wontin's AutxIIlary
The Woman's; Auxiliary of the First
Presbyterian :Church .will meet Wed
nlesday afternoon, Marchl 23rd, at 3: 30
o'olock.
is Biessie Todd, 'Pres.
According to an announcement mnide
by the bena:.!on board, pensions for
Confederate veterans have not yet
been received andl veterans will be
notified as soon as the check arrives.
Minstrel at Eden
A minstrel entertainment is to be
given at lodon school house on Satur
day n-iglit .beginning at 8 o'clock. An
admission tee of 1Li and 25 cents wi
-De charged.
Ladles Asked to Meet
Mayor Flranks ha. 'aked all the Ia
die, of tile city interested Iu 'civic pro.
gross to neet in the Ladies Rest Room
in the eq rt house 'Thursuday afternoon
at 6 o'e.clck.
Ilinton to Contribute
Mr. George M.'Wrghtusecretary and
pmember ~f the County hgky Comn
misison, in ag message tdM?'be Ad
vertiser, states that this ptbr- was
in error ~n saying last weekC'thnat the
proposed. Musgrove Mii read out. of'
Clinton ' ould not be a top-soil road.
lie said that it was the intention to
'make th iia top-soil road somewhat
narroiwerl than the main highways,
funds forithe road being augmnented-by
private s~tdscription. The Advertiser
Is glad tq make this correction.
eeting of UT. D. C.
The J. O. Kershaw chapter, U. D. C.,
will meet with Mrs. WV. HI. Dial next
'Tlauesday afternoon at four o'clock.
A full nandnan la requsted,
BULL ASS IATION
cW SiJFUVESSFUL
Nuch Interest an ii Shown
in First Show of Laurens Bull Asso.
elation.
Much interest andie'nthilistm were
shown in the fir" liveetock sho of
he -Iaurens 'Vuls100iolation held at
aray 0ourt-Ow'ing- -on Saturday,
karch 12, says J. B. Parker, ittension
Dairy hutsbuadmn, nod'the evept was
, euccess from every angle, The show
,onsisted of exhibits of the associtton
bulls and' sever.al classe ofs .daughters
A association bulls and of a judging
contest among the ugriclitural classes
ar high schools in the county, nyon by
ray Cqurt-;Owins school.
The Laurens asselatton has five
blocks, and all 'bulls were present. The
leading bull .of the association, Gedney
Farm Sutahnes' Led 2nd, 107,'377, Is a
grandson of the well known Oxford
Dad, and is a source of great pride
wamng'The tissciation members. The
other tour 'bulls were all bred by the
late .. ghanklin and are fine speci
mens fof high breeding.
A tidal-'-df 25 entries in the several
0llEnses of 'daughters made a most im
pressive educational exhibit, ipoving
that "b'tood' Will tell." Mr. W. H.
Howell,.of Barnesville, Ga., represent
ing the Atilerlean Jersey Oattle Club,
did, the Judging and made an -xcelleqt.
talk on ibreeding, feedin-g ana care of
lerseys.. Following are the winners.
Best Kept Association Bull
1. B."P.- towart on Gedney Farm
Suzanne's Lad 2nd.
2. C. B. Owings on Interest of Due
West.
3. R 0. 'Woods n Pomona's Blue
Fox.
4. Ernest Sloan on Blue Fox of
Fountain .Inn.
5. A. .H. Moore on Chromo's Mag
nate Interest.
Daughterg of Assocyation Bills, In
Milk
1, 2, 3. C. B. Owings on daughters
of Riosa1lo's Blue Fox.
.4. L. D. Krmstrong on daughter of
Chronlo's Munate Interet.
Daughters of Association Bulls Over
Oe Year, Not'In Mk ,
1. 3. P. Steiwart on daughter of
Blue Fox pf Fountain I'nn.
2.'-'L. N';nipleton on daughter of
Interest of Due West.
' 3. B. *.I Stpvwart .on Blue For of
V'ountis ii 'tl'n.e
4.i - Od.4lw go on daughter of In
terest of Due -West.
5. B. P. Stewart - 6n itgliteir' 6f
Sweet Cream Sir Raleigh.
Daughters of.Assoclatlon Bulls Under
Six Months
.1. 2. 3, 4. C. B. Owings on daughter
of Interest of Duo West
Grand Chanplon Dauglhter
B. P. Stewart on daughter of Blue
Fox of Fountain Inn.
hanghter of Association Bull Showing
Improvement Over Dam
1. C. B. Owings on dam with daugh
ter by Interest of Due West.
2. 1L. i. remipleton on dam with
daughter by Interest of Due West.
Best Milk Cow
1, 2. C. '3. Owings on *registered
Jerseys.
3. C. 13. Owings on grade Jersey.
4. L. .L. Templeton on registered
Jersey.
.Students' Judging Contest
eflighest team score, Gray Court-Ow
ings, 1232 .p)Oints out of 1500.
Highest individual score, Hmygh J.
McDaniel, Simpsonville school.
lIE COULD SMELL IT MILES
AWAY-STItON( STUFF
Spartanburg, March 14'.-Magistrate
J. L. Poole, of Campobello, this coun
ty has an acute sense of smell. For'
a week or moure he has been noticing1
the od10r of fermentation when the
wvind was from the.Iath. Sunday'
morninig the odor .was so pronounced
that he ordeored two of hiis constables
to make a search, and in a short while
they had located a moonshine still in
full operation on Tyger River, three
miles away. The still 'was destroyed
and the tawo men who 'were operating
1-t were arrested.
-Cross Hill School honor Rol
Tenth Oadoe-?fae Hitt, Myrtle Black,
Johnella Austin, Lola Boyce Alma
Coleman, Beaee hItt.
Ninth Grade--Anabel Gregory.
IEighlth Grado-'Oladye Thompson,
Calhoun Pinson.
Seventh Grwde--Hoi'abe McSwain,
Lorene Colemran, Margaret Rasor,
IHelen Griffn, Anna Corley.
Sixth Grade2-Elibleth Hil1l, Clama
D~ial, Francos Glitt, Daisy Hill, Eva
"itt.
Fifth Grade-Blanche Austin, Roa
Turner, lone 'Oyp,' .telle Wade.
Fourth Grade-Mildred 'Hill, John
dioSwuin.
Third Orade-D~orothy Hit4 Miriam
Boyce, Joe Noffs, Lila Belle Watts,
Daisy Leopard, John Nance, Henry
R asor, Ross Coffey.
Second Grade-Jim Hugh Austin,
Gravos Wilson, Clara 11ill, olPily Cole
man, Jewel Turner, Franklin Hlanna.
First Grade-Ruth Coffey, Martin
D~oyce, Augustuse Goddlard, Nathan
Hianna, Grover Hlanna, Eldora Work
man.
Clipton,. March 22.---Mr. and Mrs.
jenderson, of Charlotte, N. C., spent
lunday with Mr.'and Mrs. J. T. Robert
Mies May Owenq, of Spartanburg,
spent the week-end with her parents,
Hr. an4 Mrs. Edgar Owens.
Miss Ruth Bailley spent several days
lAst week in Greenville iwith Mrs. Wm.
Anderson.
Mrs. R. E. Sadler is visiting relatives
it Clemson.
Mrs. W. E. Owens spent last Friday
In Greenwood.
Miss Bllanche Turner spent the
week-end in Oaffney.
Mrs Erwin Fleming, of Augusta, Ga.,
spent the 'week-end with his sister,
Mrs. Cyrus Bailey.
Miss Emily Phillips, of Winthrop
College, is stpendinig the week with her
mlother, Mrs. R. E. Jones.
Miss Dorcas Mason entertained the
Tuesday 'Club last week. A delicious
salad course and ice tea were served
to the following friends: Mesdames
J. F. Jacobs, Jr., W. P. Jacobs, John
Young, Cyrus Bailey, .W. B. Owlens, Jr.,
J. A. Chandler and Miss Emmie Robert
son.
Mrs. Tom Robertson and daughter,
of New Orleans, ..La., are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Robertson.
Mrs. E. W. '"tone and children re
turned laIst week to their home in
Union after spending several days
with Mr. and. Mrs. Clayte Bailley.
Miss Mary Scaife has returned to
Washington, D. C., after spending sev
eral weeks with Mrs. W. B. Owens, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ramseur, of Greenville,
spent the 'week-end with the latter's
mother, Mrs. Dutton.
Mrs. W. uD. Copeland entertained
"The Idle Moments Club and a ferw
friends last Wednesday afternoon. A
delicious asilad course was served by
the hostess.
Mid Loise 'Pitte returned Thursawy1
to Coltrbja College after. spending
several days at home.
M *s. J. M. 'Pit4s was hostess to thn
Mulsgrove Miff Cha4tet, I3 A. N., lait
Thursd1ay Vfternoon. Ater an trtr
estling houir. of businest, tb hbdtesg
servied dliclous block cream a'nd 'cke
to about twenty merbers
ott Copeiand has s 'her
qguest, Mrs. Jas. Frazier- and 'dhildren
of -Bladrs, S, C.
. aind Mrs. W. P. Jadbs Und 'Pr.
and Mrs. 'Clair Hays spent Monday in
Neiwberry as the guests of r, ann Mrs.
Forrest Summers.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * *
LANFOID wEWS *
e * * * * . .. . . . . . .
Lanford, March' 21.-The Woman's
Missionary society Will .meet Saturd-ay
aftetnoon at' 3:30. It ts very essen
tial that all the members be present.
to find their share of eggs.
The Sunbeam band and Sunday
School classes will have an Easter
egg. hunt at 2 o''elock. Mirs. T. M.
Iburnett, the Sunbeam leader; Mrs.
MIlls and Miss Belle Patterson, the
Sunday School teachers, want all the
little ones to be present andl on t!me
The play 'given at Youngs school
house Saturday night, was quite a suc
cess and the compijany ex1pects to pre
sent the same at (ray Court-JOwings in,
the near future.
Mrs. Frank Rtandall, of lHenderson
v'ille, N. C., has been spamding a fewv
days in the home of her father, Mir. 1I.
M. Johnson, nurisings her silster-in-law,
.Mrs. J. W. Johnson, who has 'been
very sick.
Mrs. 0. F. Fowler is much better at
this writ-insg.
Mrs. William 'Bonmar, of S':)artan
burg, has been spending a few days
with Mrs. Stella Bomar.
Capt. and Mrs. J. Wi. 'Lanford enter
tained quite a number of their neigh
bors last avcek with a big turkey din
nor in honoer of their guests from the
Philippine Islands, Mr. and 'Mrs. J, B.
Cooley.
Mrs. Erin Moore and Mrs. E. L. -Huff,
of Enoree, and Mrs. Dr. Layton, of
Spartanburg, spent the dayewith Mrs.
L. M. Cannon and family, last Thure
dlay.
Mr. and'Mrs. T. A. Drummond and
daughter, Miss Mary Drummond, Mrs.
Niamie- Drummond and Mrs, C. D. Cox
were in Laurens Monday to hear the
address made by Dr. Edgar Y. Mulline,
president of the Thteological Seminary,
And other sddresses of prominent men
int the Southern Dlaiptist Convention.
Dr. Burts, our General Treasur'er,
made a fine address. Mad Dr.. Gran
berry, of ,the Ilrat Baptist Church, of
laffney.. Ouir hearts were made to re- I
loice in the mentioning of our own be- I
loved, W. D). 'Drummond, and the value (
ho was to thae work, and although dead
bis life swork yet speaks, and made
tis want to exclaim:
'Lives of great men oft remind us
We can make our liveg sublime;
And depa'rt~ing~ leave behindr us
lPootprintsq on the anda ntie."
SPECIAL PRICES
...ON....
REFRIGERATORS'
Now Is the Time to Buy
We are now showing a full line of the famous White
Mountain Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. If you will need
a refrigerator or ice box this season now is the time to
buy. All White Mountains have snow white provision.
chambers, heavy hardwood cases and best insulation.'.
Come at once and select yours. before the stock is-,
broken.
S. M.&E. H..Wilkes & Co.
Laurens, S. C.
LOVELAND To LECTURE
,AT CHAUTAUQUA COE-MORTIMER
"Perils of Democracy" WINl Be
His Topic.QU LT FE IIZ R
Authoritative, Challenging Address in. For Cotton, Corn, Tobacco,
spiring Sanity and Sturdy Grain, Peanuts and Truck
Americanism.
"The Perils of Democracy" wil QULTbnpatoodcnet
the subject of Dr. Frank L. Loveland's QAIYi viaiiy
chllningadrs a" h coin QULTRed-hniaoniin
QUALITY EbigLyielRS
'<.ll..J/W~hi!i' tQUALITY in proabe farmicnen.
DrLIY and avilablity.
SQbUAIofTYe inmecanicual Chcodt.
DR FRANK JL. L GRYGraLCArNDS.C
Tulminntlon of thorough investigations, 1ieht ArudM I'aeWraconWllapytteCotfrth
3oth in Ws"eSasica andil rlif in Eudrope.e om~ljm
Into all of his utterances, Doctor "re vrtig t il te. i~tdMrh1tA ) 9!
Loveland injects an intense patriotism Mie poonwtmelmachsPu', .'U'F
4psed on a sturdy Americanism and aet. W ldttoc it TrdRA-Panf's tone,,
uanity of vision that are stimulating alrt, o o' aet i A- Pes aentc htteo1la
and refreabing.SNP wt fod ae fusn, um os nd oIlntalafivt
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heme, and is so thoroughly the embod- lt t1~eert cme.Yuwl nteaoeette cinwr ie
ment of that theme that he stirs the sen oe he ie,3c 5,i h fieo h lr fCu~o
mearts of his hearers to new pride in $.5 odadgaate yLn omnPesf h onyo em
he past apd new faith in the futureresHr ar Co, Pta DrgrnndSle fSohCrlia.
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Doctor Loveland's lecture fills a gen-191
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ocial and ecoQnomic unrent.AdeisrPitn C.
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