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Lo-d and Poimoini Mention.
Mr. and Mr. Stanley Crews spent
Sunday with the latter's relatives in
Miss Nary Gasque is. spending a
week with Mrs. Gordin tDuckett in An
Miss Dorothy Angel is visiting her
-sister, Mrs. Carlisle Bolt, arid friends
in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Broolts and Mra,
3ob brooks of Gray Court, were vis1
tore 'in 'the city Wedne'day.
Yates ,3rown,- Esti., of the Spa'riAn
'burg 'bar, was a Uusiness Visit'i ii
the city yesterday.
'M r W. -P. Wingo, teacher 6f a'wicul
ture 'in the local' schools;.9I94t the
week end with rlat'ives inOaihi6bello
MiAs Wil LOU Gray, -stau'l *61Sor
of adult schools, spent ladter 'in tI
city with her parunt, iT. "tid Mrs
W. L. Gray.
Mr. Earl Glenn, who 'i" 'attendini
Newberry college, 'has 'lman spending
the Easter hollilays at 'hone 'with bh
Col,, 'W, C. 'P. Robertson has beer
confined to.-ifs'home ft'r oeveral dayt
on account df sidkness. ils friendi
hope for him:In eaily "iecovery.
Miss TWfh Tiyes, rdf 'lhe Woman'l
College at Due 'West, Spent the week
end with 'Miss 1oftense Naph, nea1
Gray C omnit.
Miss Sardh 'Bt1Aishp, '-ho is attend
Ing Co'lumbla'college,"has been spend
Ing thle 1ftutvrrtfdays at home witi
her pareitts, 'Mr. and 'Mrs. C. R
Mrs. E. "V.'Ferguson, who has beei
:at 'home 'for severil weeks on accoun
,of -6d ness,'has 'resumed her dutie1
:as -dek *'in'the 'dry"goods departnen
:at the 'Davis"R6per Company store.
Mrs. P. A. fimpson has. returne
'from' WVashington,'N. C., where ahe ha
'been Wisittng' her- son and daughter
Mr. -and Mrs.:'Hilton Hudnell, and lit
tle 'grandson, 'Hilton, Jr.
74r. 'Gpo. C.'Hoikins who has bee1
'in :a 'Coiunbia'hospital for severa
wedks, ias well enough to be brough
'hone lagt,weak and it is thought tha
'he Mill Jue out'aaIn If, fevis .-'
Mrs. . "C."'Gray left IFriday ft
'Greenvi(e where she will remain mov
eral days Abefore..)oining. Mr. Grsy 1i
b GatonisA N. C., nwhere the la1tt 1 as
'sediated+. th Mr. 'Etirle Wilson In ai
ice crea14 mrarifaetiHng bisineis. .i
and 'Mrs. Grayexpect to -retur' to'tfh
rdity at the etidof the summer; . ..
'Mr. Haley Nash Js visiting l1 aumi
D. 'k. Barksdale on 1u1UvO:
'Etreet. r. Nas'sis father and motbe
mrO'nati of ttifA toftnty, buit at ''es
out are vingtn' GulfipOtt Mlss. ^ mi
'Nash has ibeen with the U. S. ShiPp1rT
oard and in -going from New Yorl
't 'his home in Mississlipi, decided ti
fstop over In lAJurens for a visit to 1i
'The'many friends of Capt. J. H. Car
'lidle -were'glad to see him In the cit;
again Saturday and-Sunday. Cap1
Caci'iisle, w"ho lived -here for seversa
years with his son and daughter, Mi
'and 'Mrs. 'Broadus Clg~rdy, is now liv
ing-in'Greenvillo and Is engaged in th'
-cotton 'business. Ho was diked out I1
-new sprin'g clothes and kid glove
when he hit town Saturday and *di<
'not 'a'ppear' to 'bo concerned abou
'0(vc'League to Meet
Menvbers of the Civic League are re
<ruested tormcet"Thursday afternoon a
6 o'clo<*k 'in 'the 'RIest Room in thi
court house, -at'-which 'time the matte
of rev'hvng 'its -aeti'vities 'will be die
mirs. "R. "H.' Roper, Pros.
PEOPLE OF' tUR TOWN
In the Small Towns as ho Used to b,
What with F"ood so Hi1gh and~ vIllagE
cops HainrdhoI eder than Ever'. TI i
w'as when he could Panhandle a Feed
and a Shot of Hlootch in an Hour and
8pend the Day Plecasantly Snoozing
down by the Water Tank, bunt not No
E~ngraved Cards and invItatIons.
Advortiset' Printing Co.
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Lanford, march 28.-Rev. .Robertson
filled his regular appointment Sunday
morning and his sernon was enjoyed
by a large congregation. 'He and his
family were the guests of 'Mr. and
Mrs, J. R. Patterson. The Easter
music and. children's choruses were
very impressive and well rendered by
the school children, showing the effi
cient work of our excellent 'faculty,
'Mrs. J. M. IDeShields gave an egg
hunt - to the children in her Suniday
School class' Saturday afternoon. She
algo served refreshmerits.
Mrs. J. T. Patterson has returned
home after a visit to her mother, Mrs.
J. T. Langston, who has been in.a hos
'pital at Chick Springs.
'Mrs. Walter O'Dell and :baby, Nell,
of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting her moth
or, Mrs. Ethel Lanford.
'Miss Grace De~hields, of Lander
college, spent Easter with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. DeShields.
Miss Mary Higgins, of Limestone
college, Mr. and Mrs. .H. T. HUiggins
and Miss Carrye Lou Higgina, of Un
ion, an Mis. Wash M. Hliggins, of Co
lumbus, Ga.,. spent Easter Mwith itheir
iparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Miggins.
The Rural School I.mprovement as
sociation met -Friday .afternoon. A
good ntsauy of the patrons mwore pres
ent and all were tbeavtfUl-y -entertain
ed 'by the smaller children, lthe pro
gram consisting In music, .songs and
recitations. The teachers gave 'The
children an egg ihunt .attorwards. Mrs.
'Laurens Patterson and Miss Carry
'Fowler, the jrogram committee, serv
ed an elegant salad course and coffde
to aboit'ttweny members.
tMr. a'ud Mirs. J. B. -Cooley are visit
ing friends :an -.itelatlles in Spartan
burg 'hbis wedk.
Mr. .and Mrs. Richard -Moore and
family - and' Misses 'Ruth and Nannie
May Lm's cot Arcadpia, gpent Sunday
'w-taheldif 'irents, Mr. and Mrs. G. J.
L Mr. 1. ..U4h'son and family, of Ar
t eadia, -and .Me 'J. V. Johnson, of Clin
t n, *Pont .Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
r .Mr. .and Mrs. John A. 'Payne, of
Ottaenwood apnt Elister with rela
- .M'essrs. Yates 'nd-Oharles ;Waldrep,
of Wifford College, catme liome for
Mrs. -Ethiil ULiford entertained the
toadhers and some other' fi'eirds .with
a fbig, dinner last. Saturday. -
Iiliss 4ary- Drwnmnd -has returned
romi lion Greenville 'wherq she bas
. oen in 'the hospital for several oay*
hating'tier tonsil0 anAd adenoids re
mvatd.-\We - are glad she stodd the
operation so well and hope she twiR
.oon Ihe'a.ble to return to achool and
'be in her usual health.
-Miss.JOsiO Williams gave a birthday
- party .Monday evening, March 28th.,
r and ttertained her classmates and
. tteadhers. -
4 (LINTON NEWS*
Clinton,. :tarch 29.-Mr. W. P. Jacolbs
t penit :aesvera'l days last week in Char
teston 'on -Ibusiness.
Klas mellt -owell, of Jlrenau, spent
the 'Easter hilidays 'with Miss Emmie
Miss Mairgaret Motz, of Winthrop
college, is visitting her siater, Mrs.
John TI. Young.
- Misses Elizabetih .Douglas, 'Elizabeth
Young, B. Ccipels'n1, Mary Henry and
~Nan Cci'>eland, of Chicora, . spent the
iEaster 'holidays at ihome.
Miss rMyrtle Marun spent the week.
end in 'Atlanta.
Mrs.-Rfeece Young deilight fully enter
taineg the Tuesday Clarb last week. A
delicious saladl course :and icedl tea
were served to the fonlowling: Mes
diames W. -P. Jacobs. J. F. Bacobs, Jr.,
'W. C. -Bailey, W. B. O-wens, Jr. Tom
Robertson, Misses Emmie Robertson
and Dorcas Mason.
Mrs.'Roger Coo returned to he 'hm
at Rome, Ga., last week after s~pend..
ing ueveral weeks -with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Hale Shands.
Mr. John C. Henry, of Greenvin~e,
spent the week-end with hais family
Mr. Cr19 Adair spent the week-end
Mrs. Long is yisiting her sister in
Asheville, N. C.
Tuittle Hilly Owens entertained
about 30 of his litatle friends at an
Easter party last Saturday morning.
Dr. and Mi',. Jas. R. Copeland en
tertained the following guests at a 2
course dinner party last Firiday even
ing: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chandler, Mr.
and Mrs. J. I. Coleman, and Mr'. and
Mrs. W. B. Owens, Jr.
Miss Edna Clayton, of Hlonea 'Path,
spent the -week-end here with friendls.
Mr. W. J. BHailey spent last Tuesday
in Columbia on business.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take L.AA TIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets.) It
stopi the CoSh and Headache and works off the
Cold. E. W. 0ROVE'Ssiglnature, on each box. l0c.
SPARTANBURG TO OBS91RYE.|
NATIONAL PROSPERITY WEEK
Promoters Promise to Make It One of
the Greatest Gala Weeks the Pied
mont H~as Ever Known.
Spartanburg, March 28.--National
Prosperity Week, which will -be ob
served in.thousanda of citkes through
o lt the country, will be celebrated in
Spartanburg April 4-9 on- a scale
which will make 'the occasion one of
the gV %atest gala weeks the Piedmont
has ove known.
' The merchants of Spartanburg, both
wholesale and retail, together with the
Iubin & Mherry Sho-ws, Inc., are co
operating :with the Chamber of Com
merce to entertain thousands of' visi
tors during Prosperity Week. The
stores will be made more attractive
tha'n ever with a wealth of merchan
dise, the best the market affords, while
Vhe window displays will afford an ex
hibition rarely if ever equalled in the
s'ta'te. Bands of music will iplay con
tinuously in the streets, adding to the
'leasure and entertainment of all.
Read the advertisement appearing
elsewhere in this issue telling all
about Prosperity. Week.
There will be many amusement fea
tures, including an automobile show
put on 'by the 'Spartanburig Automotive
Trade Association and the high class
offerings of the Rubin & Cherry Shows,
line., !w-hich have 'been wintering in
-Spartanburg. 'With an eqiuipment
greatly improved and enlarged during
the past few months these shows will
open the season in Spartanburg 'Pros
perity Week. This splendid organiza
tion operated the Midway at the Spar
tanburg County Fair 'last fall, and
those who attended know the high
standard maintained. So Impressed
were the business men with the Rubin
& Cherry Shows they were invited to
spend the winter in Spartanburg, and
accepted the invitation extended
through the Chamber of Commerce.
The motion picture houses operated
'by the Sout'hi'rn IEnterprises, Inc.,
have offered through Manager Gafli
gher tlektdts 'uring Prosperity Week
to every adhool child in the county, -re
siding out'ide the City of Spartan'IUrg.
These ti'kets which are good for mat
inee performances any aftermnin of
the iw'eek April 4-9, can be 'hi'd by
cnlling at the Charmber of Cumnierce.
Visitors to the city Prospeity Week
are invited to' make beadquartei's at'
the Chamber of Commerce, ogate4 op
posite the Cleveland Hotel -on West
W1ain street. ..Here they will fin4, a
splendidly equipped lobby,., hiere 'they
can rest and meet and chat with their
friends. H'ere also 'visitors will be
-served free of charge hot -coffee and
.crackers a't 1 hours-the'treat of the
merchants of Spartanburg.
One day of Prosperity Week will be
devoted to farmers and will be known
as "Farmers' lDay". A speaker of na
tional fame will be secured to make
an address along agricultural lines.
Farmerq, their !wives an'd their chil.
dren are especIally 'niite'd to come to
'Spartanburg on thh day. 'the mer
chants and the Chamber of Commerce
will cooperate in every 'way to make
the occasion for them one long to 'be
-Churc~h ftours Changed
Announcements were-'made from the
'various pulpIts of the dity churches
'last -week that t'he hour for evening
services, both on Sundays and Wed
nesdlays, 'would be changed from 7:30
to 8 o'cloc's. This 'vill remain the
hour of services until a 'further notice
Masonic Mass 3feef~ng
A 'mass meeting oT ail 'he 31asons
affliutted with the local 'ledges has
been called for Thursday evening at
7:35 'o'clock. A full attendance is dec
Jas. '11. Sullivan,
L. G. Raoff.
"so inou're still "arryilhj. a mfortgnige
on youi' house, are you'r "Yes, and,
strange to say, I'm cafrrying it because
T cannot if-t it."-loston iTrsasrit.
C. C. Featherstonc W. B. Enight
FEATRER TONiC A flNKGHT
Mtterneys at Law
Laurons, 8, C.
All Business Entrusted to Our Care
Will I~ave Prompt and Carefti Atten
(iMee over Pakasetto Bank
W4r. Featherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week in Laurens.
Citation for Letters of Admninistration
State of South,'Carolina,
County of Laaurens.
Bly 0. G. Thnmp~son, Probaute Judge
Whereas fl. fl. Goodman made suit to
mec to grant him Letters of Administra
tion of the estate and effects of Carrie
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred.
andl creditors qf the said Carrie A.
Goodman, deceased, that they be and
apipear before me, in the Court of 'Pro
bate, to 1)e held at Laurens Court
liouse, ILiaurens, S. C., on the 31st day
of Mlarch, 1921, next, after pu'llication
her'eof, at 11 o'clock in the .forenoo'n,
to showv cause, if any they Mye~v, why
the said Administration shoiuld n-ot be
(liven under my hand this 16th day
of .\arch, Anne Domini 1921.
Cabinet,that stves miles of steps
--the Finest Kitchen Cabinet Ever Made
If there were a Kitchen Cabinet superior to the
Hoosier, it stands to reason that there would be more of
that cabinet in use than there are Hoosiers. But.there are
as many Hoosiers in use as all other Kitchen Cabinets
Two million women, by their choice, have approved
the Hoosier as the finest Kitchen Cabinet ever made.
There is a Hoosier to fit every home and every purse
See our display of Horosier Porcelain Tables and Hoosier
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Lauren., S. C.
Mr. IL C. Eink Tells a Wonderful
Story AboutlRats. Read It.
"For months my place Was' aliVe
-with rate. Losing chickens, eggs, feed.
Friend told me to'try RAT-SNAP. I
did. Somewhat disappointed at first
not seeing many dead rats but in a few
days didn't see a live one, What were
not killed are not around my plaoe. A LL N EX T W EEK
RAT-SNAP sure does the trick." Three
sizes, 35c, 6fic, 1.25. Sold and guar
anteed by Laurens Hardware Co., Pat
nam's Drug Store, and Kennedy Bros.
An Act to authorize .and empower
the ,County Board of Comiisoners
or Laurens County to Issue Coupon
Bonds of said County in the sum of
thirty thousand ($~30,000.00) dollars for
the ipurpose of improvement at a cer- m i a e p o f T n
tain road from Owings Station to
Fountain Inn in said County and to ~I w
p~rovidie for the payment of same. ap- TI
p~roved 7th March, 1921, and under and
by virtue of a resolution of the County
Board of Commissioners duly adopted
In pursuance of said act, an election
will be nold in Laurens County, S. C.,
on the first Tuesday In April, 1921, be
lng the fifth (lay of the month, ht whichAd sio an 6 c
election shall be submitted to the
qualified voters of Laurens County theBrn th Fa iy ndCm Erl
question of issuing 'Bonds of sabl
County in the sum of thirty thousandDorOpna .
dollars, tho p~roceedis of lwhlch shall
be0 used for permanent Road lmpros e
FountainIInn, sigBWadertoroof Tent
tChange ofmPlays and VaudevilnemiNightly
~~~~~~Amission shl5ctrmn and 35ct ~ g~,~. ~ J. .E outil~ , oyM .Cip
andtober itees ata at no cBring0 ~ th Family aromarr.
mentrva of road acromOings htton ook tr-s . ,W .
Ftha nn said Bonds e 'ssued oprCitnMl-l M~ay ,i,
trsulci stime a ay c deomntin .atn ,A ofe.T oeti .Tmltn
byth Laures County Hghway Comi- fe .B ost.Aar e.W oea
msion Sa Bodetoemised and diet- 'IohO.Lnod.CrsRbtNac
ad so bar tereds disped o Ax. V Youn S toW . alace Jr.i, ydiMuill-J-. L. Boy, . Cris
cein er c itefth er msum pa- ighes. O A.Tompson . C Faran r i. L unnh
sad act, ea pusance tereof pero and i'..gCope, T.. Owitewart.. Wory, rkn.T. . ADais .Meiln
maide awaoityi oforthe yeears frothe e Vace Str-.D.Sea t, . G\ oldvilIand. LaeC
ina aid elctonshmall ve ise n vor o oksa Sore-P. B. Cooper, W. E., Citngton i- . . Mcwrr, J.o-ha
pheroa sa ersa myb Garmne ion, J. A. odfry. . Iobeon, . C.Tepieto
by aidrelCtonthos HIghwa o omm- Gray-R. . Blarnett. W.ri CA.y Secd-- lno-R. J. Cleand of Coir'
th sanc aid Bonds sshallex mtc- frey BL. Br. Gosset- Adaro W. C. oerSnd oCon
posl an theo onhceedshdispoed writ lihmpson Str-.\. G'wrts ilsolnd, Lydsianr of N11--tio.Byc RM'
tunder antby vte word theoters for A. V. WallaesLA.SThmpon, Coeled, shI. L.eCun nducted in
Itad fro, andins Strsuan trof po- XOing es. T.Oins, 'L Gray, HI.I.Ji'wul enno---T. i. Aacrle J.iC. Mc hela
ain Innmes andthrerisonitole , W. W.VYerin. l.wsofnnon,.eO govrnigtodc
the issuance of said Bonds shall do- W.cRy ar J . ot, V .ofcenrmlW and Pera eecton iom
IIosit a b~allot on -which shxall -be wrti ot, ShlhJ. . horn Ruhhelon mStaner, anfa E secht letinn.l
ten wrrittno' nte l thewres"ondfo B II s. lace--IoetAnlJh ~ tl Stai ' electos he Conuty
Bornd from Owings Station to Foun- Woodv,'ille- . R.aiD.. (hhwn-all respeto vt accoreintinert the
tauin Inn-Yeo," andothoseSopposedsto Jee, ClaudmWnlli. laws o c governing rlatIecduc
he iun amd rons are- P. ieory TaN. -J. Aod.CatWS.fGeraanSpea elections nti tae hl 1) inr
hereby appiointedl Managers to condu( D~anicis Store-Wi,. 'L. 'Coopeir, 0. C. mitted to vote.
taid election: Roland, L. Stokes Martin. The managers shall make their re
Laur'eist-John N. Wr'ig'ht, JIol.., Mt. Pleasant--B, M. Cunningham, tturns to the Cotinty Board of Comn
Bmiith, J. H. Cunningham, Guy Moor'e, John W. Fowler. missionters for Laturens County, who
Laurens Mill-S. J1. Avery, R. J. Tip Top--A. 'W. Sims, S. A. 'Taylor, sihall receive the same and declare
Franks,--J. S. Medloek. -James L., Anderson, the restult.
Watts -MlI-W. WV. Stone, , WV. Ekom-HIarr'ison ,Pinson, L. C. Cul- J. D. W. WATTPS
blakely, WV. WV. Griffin. ' bertson, H., C. Culbertson.Ct ySuevsr
Ora-T. P. Byrd, WV. T. Blakely, D. Waterloo-W. J. Antderson, Joe A. HI. MfOo tyS'evsr
W. McClintock. |Pearco, WV. H, Wharton. A. B. BnAy t
Lanford-L. M. Cannon, M. Ficm-| Cross 1111....-A. E. Aams,. I. Cont Bo'r o. Comisles