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Local and Pesonal Mertion .
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s . 1a4tnett ( and Mrs. W. A.
COaipbell are visiting friendIs and rel
atives in Sparianburg.
- *. re. C. M. Clark splnt last week i
Ga::en ia, N. C., with her daughter,
Miss Rebecca Clarke.
Capt. W. It. Richey, Jr., returned to
Caim. Jackson yesterday after spend
Ing several days in the city.
V Mrs. Corrhie Davenport and son,
of the Mt. Olive section, .were visitors
in the city yesterday. :
Miss aabel Padgett, of Gastonif, N. I
C., has been visiting her iAW, Miss
Louise Padgett, 'fol several -days.
M rs. 0. L. Long and little child re
turned Friday from 1Ilorce where
they have been visiting relatives for
Mrs. James F. Harney -in'liss Bess
Childreds returned a few days ago
froim Greenvillo. where they visited
relativen for about ten (lays.
Mir. and Mrs. L. Connor Fuller andi
'Miss Both Shell ex-pect to lease in a
few days for Fort Meyer, Fla., to visit
Mr. wind 'Mrs. G. W. Shell who have re
cently moved from ,Leesburg to Fort
Friends of Mr. Geo. C. "Hopkins will
ne 'glad to learn that he has returned
from .tdh hospital at Columbia and is.
at hjs home again on East Main street.
Though not entirely recovered, he is
,considerbly improved in health.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson returned last
week from her old home at Fairmont,
W. Va., having gone up to visit her
mother in her serious sickness. Her
many friends will sympathize with her
in her bereavement, her mother hav
Ing passed away in sp!-te of loving
Messrs. ilirvey and Ralph Terry
have had an their guests this week
their brother, ir. Raiford Terry, and
nepher, Mr. TIarvey Terry, of Rock
ingham, N. C. They came down par
ticularly to Fee Mr. Harvey Terry,
who ios been unwell for everal
Mr. Jhmn 1,. Belt returned to ide
Citt.y' T'ursanday after splend'ing p host
ten d1aye i with his daughtWr, t'r.\y. 13. F.
O'.vens. In Dunbarton. D.r. Bolt spenT
the greater 'part of the t!me while
away on the banks of creeks and riv
ers With hook and line, reporting big
cateleas of the finny tribe.
Mr.' John Dagnall, of the Laurens
'Mills, had as his guest la.rt week his
.brother, Mr. Walter Dagnall, of Cali
fornia. Air. Dagnall has spent most I
ofthis time in, and out of San Fran
cisco, 'having been employed in the
ghipping business for several years.
Mr. Marvin Franks arrived in the
city last night to spend about ten days
wi'th his mother. Mr. Franks is now
holding a position as inspector in the
postal department of the government
and has his headquarters in St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert M. Tyler are
spending this week in Atlanta, Mr.
Tyler is attending a conference of Fox
Film salesmen in 'the Atlanta district
oiflce. They expect to return the lat
-ter -part of the week.
J at Chautauqua f4
Itaiiph Binghatm, one of Amerieni
Sreatest fun-akers, wvili be a notabh
itraction at the comning Redlpatho
Before the public since he was six
years of age and having appearedi in
RAPHBNGA . r
over ten thousand 'performances, ii
uname has become almost a household I
Sord, and few entertainers have ever
ronf such an enthusiastic following in '1
kity after city.t
Itaiph Blingham's versatility excites
the wvondeor of arny audience. H~e is ,
a fine pianist,, an excellent violinist,
# unique impersonator and an un
equalled story teller. A combination 1
of these gifts is used to excelleeit adi
vantage on his Rledpath programns as r
well as on the records whi'ch he makes <
for the Victrola. 't
The success of his %tories is in him
self; he laughs and the contagion of
his jollity is irrelfressible. Neverthe
less Mr. Binighamn's subject matter is
of the highest type, and its'inspiration
ci value 5s, of the best.
For Recent JrIde
In honor of Airs. James McC. Ba'rks
kile, a talented young ,biIde and
harming addition to tho' social life
if the city, Airs. Rolfe E. Hughes en
ertailied Thui'sda the you nger mar
'led set of Latrens at a bdautiful I
)rldge luncheon. After several games
i'ere. .played '-a deliciouts course
uncheoni WMs sarVe'd. Prizes were
twaided to the honjor guest and to
irs. 'Da'bncy Cosby, 'house guest of
Irs. Hughes, and to irs. .1. L. 'M.
rby, who tied with Mrs. Diil Gray for
he top score, 'winning on the draw.
l'ie guests included Mrs." J. AleC.
3a0'ksdale, Mrs. Robert Buckner, .and
\Irs. Dabney Cosby, guests or "Mrs.
lughes; Mrs., John Gilkerson, 'rs.
L'. L . LIrby; Mrs. Frank Caine, Mirs.
k. D. Gray, rMs. Frank Reid, Mirs.
Pierce Irby, -irs. Albert Dial, Nirs. W.
D. Ferguson, l-rs. Henry Franks, Mrs.
Rtice iNekels, Mrs. Robert Roper and
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A Birthday Party
On the evening of A'pril 19th, 1921,
\liss Ruth Davis entertained several
>f her friends at her home near Ware
Shoals, in celebration of her flifttentli
birthday. .Promptly at ten o'clock the
luests were in'vited into the: dining
room where an ice course was served. I
The 'guests ;were as follows: Misses
Ruth Balentine, Sadle Hopkins, Ollie
Dowart, Marion Stone, Lois 'Finley;
Niessrs. Johinle Balentine, Eddle"and
ilbert Bradshaw, Tlliman Bolt, James
aid Ruby 'Davis and Erskine Finley,
Wayne Garrette and Jack Wood. TPhe
honor guests were Misses-Agnes Mar
tin, Polly Davis and Air. Fred Aber
Potifs Out Error of Clinton Paper in
Regard io $50,0041 1ond Issue.
The Advertiser has receIved the fol
lowing communication from State 8en.
to.' 0. P. Goodwin in regard to a
piaragraph of an editorial in Tihe Clin
ton Chronicle as ro:rinted in The Ad
vertiser last week:
Editor Laurens Advertiser:
I notice in youir issue'of April 20th,
from :the .Clinton, Chronicle, - the fol
lowing: "The reforendniii of tile two
lls was due to the county senator
who ol)l)osed a direct appropriation on
the grounds of economy, yet 'allowed'
t $50,000 appropriation to go thirough
without a referendum for further road
Let's see if the assertion of The
Chronicle is correct. The three bond
bills weor sent from the House to the
Senate by the~ Laurens delegation in
the House. I held up all three bills.
in the Senate. Mr. Geo. M. 'WrIght
ame to Columbla and had a confer
mee .with me. I very frankly told Mir.
Wi'ig'ht that I was not in favor of t-he
$,30,000 bond Issue without a ref'eren
itim, but wvould take It under ad1vise
nent and let him know my decision n't
in eai'ly (late. A few days ltr I sent
Vir. Wright a telegram stating that I
vould submtiit the bond issue to the
icople. I then amended all three of
hew bond hills to crovide for a refer
mdtmthl. The memberl)Cts or the house r'e
'used to accipt the amendmlient and (de
nanded a committee of firee confetr
m!ee. The commtittee w~as aippointed
mdi met, Mir. Geo. *M. Wi'ight aihiicar
nig in sup~port of the bill and stating
hat hie 'had already sp~ent $30,000 on
lie road from Clinton to ILaurens. I
niade the point that the roadl from
'uion to liaur'ens 'vas in as good con
hltion as it had .been for' 'yearn and
htt the lieople woulid not suffer any
nconveniccne wv'hile .waiting fot' a vote
o be takeni. Yet wvhen the vote was
aken it was four agait mein and one
v'ith me. Frtomi 191 it will he seen
hai'. the bond issue was car'iiedl byer
Remta rkcabIale ire
Editor'ial Spartanhur'g, S. C. Herald.)
"The Offletal WVar Films" shown in
parttanburt yesterday and last night.
pill be shown again today and~ -to
ight at the Rlialto Theatre, s:,ecial
i'rangements having been made- lagt
.ght by those conti'olling the films
a hold them in the city another' dlay.
'he p)!ctur'e Is a remarkable vroduc
Ion Qf actual scenes on the fr'ont in
'tich the Thitt'tie'th andl Twtnty-sev
nith Dlvisions par'ticipated. During
he productioni of the 'picture last
idht Spartanburg county men, mem
ers of the Thirtieth 'Division, were
ecognizei by members of the audi
ace and gheered as they advanced in
a bat~le. The'plcture is one the pee
ie of Splar'tanbutrg should see."
To be shown at Princess Theatr'e
ext, Monday, eind Tuesday.
I~ngraved Cards and invitations.
Advertiser Pinting CQ.
JACK CUDARY SUICIDDE
OVER A LOAN FAILUlIE
Former 3lIllonailre Packer Shot 1h.
self Thilough Mouth iItli Shot GuIn.
Wife In State of Collapse,
Los Angeles,. Calif., April 21.-Mis.
Edna Cowin Cudahy, widow of John
P. (Jack) Cudahy, Awvlo committed sul
cide yesterday, su)ppoedly because ot
his failure to negotiate a loan of $10,
000 fro,m a.Chicago bank, was report
ed In a state of collapse today.
Mrs. Cudahy, who was a'dauglhter or
Gen. John clay Cowin, of Onih'ia, Neb.,
was in the house \with : ab of her four
childreh ewhen hier husband killed
Funeral arrangemenes of 1i Cua
aly, Who wiata son. of th6 late Mi
chael Cuda'hy,' Wyll known meat Pack
er, and himself for a, thitne nnager or
the Cudahy Packing ComjAny at Kan.
sas City, wore expected to be.perfect
Dctectives today made public part
of a letter signed by a vice pnesident
of the institution. Mr. Cudahy was; said
to have negotiated with him for a
loan. It read:
"We (1o not want to carry a per
manent loan and unless your sister
can vouch for the loan of $10,000
which you ask for, we find it impos
sible to grant your request."
The officers also said that Cudahy
late Tuesday had received from his
sister at Santa Barbara a telegram
"Sorry, but flnd It impossible to do
what you ask."
Yesterday, it was declared, Cudahy
seemed his usual self.
Late in the morning he was said
to have gone to his room in the
house in the liollywood district of Los
Angeles where lie and his family made
their -home. Early in the afternoon
Mrs. 'Cudahy heard a shot and 'hur
ried to her husband's romn.
She found him dead, his head shat
tered from a gunshot wound. lie lay
on a 1bed a shot gun close by. The
shoe and som'k had beei removed froih
one foot and the detectives said he
had placed the muzzle of the weapon
in his mouth and pulled t'e trigger
with his toes.
Physicians who had lately attended
him said lie had been suffering from
nervous afflictions for several months
and lately had 'been taking treatment
in a sanitarium.
Anne Cudghy, 17, and Michael, an
only son, .wyre at home at the time.
Miss Marie Cudahy was away. The
fourth child is 'Mrs. Percy Fisher
Browne, of Pasadena, whio was recent
Off For the game
'Large numbers of local fans are
mapping out devious schemes to get
away from town Thursday to atte'nd
the opening base ball game at Greenl
ville when the Spinners will go upi
agains-t fl'e Augusta team. The Lau
'rens fais are counting on seeing the
local pitciher, -DeWitt Cothran, 'hurl
for the Spinners and if assured In ad
vance that lie will be on the mound
he will he certain of large sup1port
from this section. The Watts Mil
Concer't Band swill go up for the open
ing session and furnish 'music for the
occasion wvhether Cothran pitches or
not, but it is saidl that the musicians
are already practicin-g paeans of vic
tory In honor of the local lad.
There :S some4'(' conilict of opinion
about the rule' of the road. In the
maitter of' the( walking public, the rule
in Englan d hazs always ibeen "kei to
the right." lIn if'rance it has always
been "keep) to the left," auyl those who
havie spent the best part of the last
tive years on thie continent have got
Into the wase of keeping to the left.
in dIrving thuis Ia reversed, nnd somei
dlilheulty was experenuced by those
wiho had been burougt up up on the old
adnge. "When yu go left you go right,
nn ld whuen you go righit youi go wrionig,''
in, drivintg. --1hrist Iiin Xeience huuunIos
po uu pn5Jy of Life.
Itnstendt of Inenu~t tig and bemuoan.
lag what sLeei to he cruel life, we
ennI, Ml we have the right philosophy
of life, find a harmnonious note in the
disagr e'able envirtonmient from whieh
we enitilot at present extricate our
selves. As the oyster covers with pearl
tfte irrintatinog sand whieh has got in
to its shell auulnt nkes of it a thing of
beauty, Ho we, tooi, wvith kindlir~ess,
cotiruige o ad -good elheer. cant convert
the cotndiltins wh'lueh now seem um
thinkable to us into sunushiine and
ghitiess-( IrlynnI Siwer: I tudeni.
Oldest Botanical Work.
The olpJeat botanical work in the
world is in the palace or temple of
Karna 'Kat, Thebes, in Egypt. It Is
sculpt,red on the wals and represents
forelgtl. plants brought to E~gypt by the
soverein Thothmes Il. after a cam
paigni in Arabia. It shows the plant,
flowers, bud and fruit.'
Bly ancient right the archbishop of
Canterbury is the only man in E~ng.
Iand who has the power to give to
a lsyman a degree of mtedliie. Ele
alsp may confer' degrees of 'iawv. music
or 'ton those whom he regards am
ha vfg proved themselves worthy af
(b GETA SET orALUMINUl.
QUALITY BRRAND "The Wor'd's Best"
- GUARANTEED FOR TWENTY YEARS
The who!e purpose of thi- CI'.b is to make n
friends for this .tore anid to p'ease our many es
We were fortiuiate to secure a number of Aluminum Sets at a re
iarkably low price, and these will be offered wiliot - rolit, rr
Om1.0 to ur store and ask for a Club Membership Card--pay' t8
cunt"; cash and .wec will deliver the set described below. Thlen you
1ill pay $1.(0 each week for 1-1 weeks uintil $14.t h, lhe total whole
0l0 .lub price of this set is paid. The regular retail value is
THE CLUB dONDITIONS
W'iAT 1llS SI-:T CONSISTS OP:
0!!( '? Quart Tea ittl
One S Cup ('0yee P4 reilator
O(e 1 Qut g Colonial Saice Pr
One 6; Quart Preservingc kelief
Oile I Quart Sau1ce P1an1
ione 1 1.2 I'art Sunee Pan
n(Ile 2 Qutd. Sauce Pani I
On Set: (arving ulfe, lIut'l.e:
Knife, Parinug Knife
*OK ne "Pride of the ltlfchl " Ot (11f.
*Note:-Thlis Outfit (onsists of
a largc. si x (ufart Kettle and
Cover, a three uart 'Pudd:..p
- Panl anda three quart Sramer.
Dy comlbinling thes,.e threc uitein.
s. you will have at splendid
flouble Boller, a Pot Itoawjer, it
Steaml Cooker, or acoed r,
scrole, and mnany other comb11i
niationls canl be ma"de.
SALE ONE DAY ONLY, SATURDAY, APRIL 30
S. M. E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Beginning May 3rd, we wilt put our
business on a strictly cash basis and re
duce prices accordingly. In this' way we
hope to eliminate large expense and give
our customers the benefit of the saving.
Watch For Opening Day, May 3rd. Store
Closed May 2nd'to Mark Down Goods.
*A. L. MAHAFFEY