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Eeeal and Rrso'ul Keaoal,
Samuel McGowan4 s., ceame 'down
from Washington last .weak and .4
spending some tkme 4h -the, city.
Mr, C. C. iWharton, of . Oenwood,
was a bbsiness .visitor .in the 'ety..yes
Mrs.' G. H. Paulsen is spendIqg this
week with friends in Spartan urg In
attendance upon thetannual.Music Fea
Mrs. Jolhn' Watts and .Miss Mary
Royall, f Moi ganton, .C have been
'isiting at .the home of Juidge R. C.
'Watts for several days.
V Miss Mary ..ergon came over:from
,Greenwood tWie :thf .the 'ePk to atr
tend the meetirg''of' 4e Laurens come
Mrs. 13.' W. OWen, of bunbarton,
arrived in the city yesterday for a
visit to her -parents, Mr. 3abd .Mrs.
John F. Bit.
Mr. John Gray, of Woodruff, returned
to his home Monday after spending
several- dafd'in 'the cit'aa guest at
the honr b Mr. &rd Mrs. W. .'Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Gray and children
.and Mrs. .Mack Mahon, of Williamstoi,
,and Mrs. W.-P. Harris, of-OWings, were
,guests 6f Mr. and Mrs. -W. Uh. Gray
Mr. and .Mrs. 'B. X Fuller an .ifaAnily
and Mr.' and Mrs.- J. .8. Woildrinner
and family, of Mountvile,' were here
Mast night -to see "labbhes of Action"
t The Princess.
Mrs. -Chiles Calhoun, and' Miss
.Augusta (Williaams have returned to
their homes in Greenwood after visit
Ing Dr. and 'Mrs. W. H1. -Dial for sev?
'BeVerly Montgomery and 'Horace
Bomar, Jr., two healthy youngsteis of
Spartanburg, spent .the week-end in
the city with Marshall Smith on East
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Watts -and Messrs.
G. Hugh 'and Troy Watts, of Mount
ville, came up to the city last night
'to see "Flashes of Action," the official
-government .picture of scenes in the
World 'War, shown at The Princess
'Theatre last night.
Mr. J. S. Machen, who is now living
In Greenville, was a visitor in the city
Mfonday. Mr. Alachen said that the
condition of his neice, Mrs. J. -H.
Machen, ;who has been quite sick for
several weeks, is very much improved.
0OULT ADJOUIRNED SATURDAY
k,*Vominick Loses Suit Againmt Geo. H.
Bolts Small Verdict Against tli
The Cotirt of Common Pleas ad
journed Saturday at noon after having
dioposed of a large number of cases
(onkhe calendar. 'With the completion
of the case of (Dendy vs. Laurens
ounty Friday night. the court rounde(l
but the session wit' the conalderation
of equity cases. %
4The Dominick case, referred to in
the last issue of this -paper, in which
Mrs.:H. L. Dominick of Newberry coun
ty, suedl Geo. 'H. Bolt, of this county,
for $75,000 on account of the death of
her husband When Mr. Bolt's automo
'bile struck him wvhile Mr. Bolt was
on his way to Columbia in thq fall of
'1919, resulted in a verdict for the de
fendant. The jury only took about 15
minutes to exonerate Mr. 'Bolt of blame
in the affair.
Most of the (lay Friday das taken
Up) with the 'case of Mrs. M. H. Dendy
vs. Laurens County, this case being
the result of a disagreement over a
settlement for damaige to the land and
crops of Mrs. Dendy wvhen the new top
soil road was built out of Laurens to
dr G ray Court. Tlhe suit was for
50, this 'being the amount which Mrs.
Dendy estimated the county had dlam
aged her land and crops, the road hav
dng been built 'while the crops were
growing. The jury awardled a verdic~t
to the plaintiff in the amount of $125.
This case ewas an appeal from the
board of county comnlissionet-s, which
had entered condeennation proceedinga
against the pro~perty- after Mrs. Dendy
had secured an injiction against the
county to preVent the taking of top
soil from her -premises to place on
parts of the highway not running
through her land.
Sovereign Camp, 'Woodmen of the
World, scored a second victory during
'the term 'Thursday when it was grant..
ed a verdict by' the jury in the case
where it was being aued by Mrs. Othel
10 Boyd on Kccount of a policy of $2,
OQ alleged to have been held boer
husband, liev. W. H. Boyd at the time
of his death and which the camp re
fused to pay. The (defense of the com
pany was that premiums had been al
~dto lapse. The inlaintiff contendl
~that the premiums had been ready
for payment but had ben held to muake
certain of the amount due.
In the cape of N. D..GOarrett against
'D. D. Armstrong. iw'hich was tried
Wednesday, a verdict was rendered for
the plaintiff to the dmount of $i'67,50,
the sum sued for being $189.99. The
,stit arose over a saw mill bill, the do
fondant claiming that his lumber was
noit sawed according to standlard.
Following this case, Columbus
-Of.muohiiinterest to a ide ckvdeof
dields and relatives in /this jicInity
Was the maOr'riage in' iihevino last
Thursday 'fterndon 'of Miss .artha
Annealqy Gray, de'ig'lifer of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Gray, formerly. of .Wbod
ruff,., to Mr. Riigold Scott ,Schley.
Among.the guests at thi wedding were
M'iss Hattie Gray, of this clty, Und
Mrs. .Charles H. Rounds, of Clinton,
.both being cousins of the bride. An
account of the wedding as it appeared
y the Asheville Times is as follows:
Of Interest..to a wide circle of
friends in Asheville and throughout
South Carolina was the marriage yes
terda of Mise 'Martba Annesley Gray
to Mr. ingold Scott Schley of Pasa
dena,' Cal., which took place at 3:30
o'clock at the home of the bride's par
ents, Mre.and Mrs;"W. H. GraY, 2 HFow..
laud xoad. Tjie ceremony was per
formed by (toy. E. K. MdLarty of the
Central -Methodist church, in the pres
ence of a large gathering of relatives
4.anopy of ferns, lillies of the val
.ley. and nasses of nwite roses, was ar
ranged in the center of 'the <main draw
ing room, nd made a novel and beau
tiful background for the bridal party.
The whole of the lower floor was dec
.orated with pink and white roses and
:ghted with soft pink candles. Miss
Hattie Gray, of Laurens, .S. C., sang
"Becausp-I Love You, Dear," and "Her
Rose," previous to the ceremony, ac
companied -by Miss Elizabeth Cowan
at the .piano who also 'played the wed
The groomsman, Dr. Ellis Gray, of
Greensborob came first, entpring from
the right, then from the left came the
two bridesmaids, Miss Emma Gray,
younger sister of the bride, and Miss
Emily Porter of Converse college.
They wore fluffy white organdy frocks
with pink sashes and large pink pic
ture hats and their bouquets were of
pink roses. iPrecedin'g the bride was
the'matron of honor, another sister,
Mrs. George Wyman, who wore a
white embroidered net frock with a
white picture hat and carried an arm
ful of pink roses.
The 'groom and his -best man, Mr.
Oscar Williams, entered from the right
and iwere met 'by the bride who ch
tered from the. left, on the arm of her
father who gave her in marriage. She
was gowned in a handsome white chif
fon satin 'wedding. drces . with rose
point lace and from her shoulders fell
a long court train. 11er tulle veil was
aikanged from a wreath of orange
blossoms which had been worn by both
her mother and grandmother and add
ed to those were some fresh ones from,
Mr. Schley's groves in California. She
carried a 'gorgeous bouquet of brides
roses and iles of the valley. .Her
only ornament was a beautiful Chideae
jade brooch surrounded by diamonds,
a gift of the groom,
Immediately following the ceremony,
there was an elaborate wedding re
cciption.. In the sun parlor was Mrs.
John .Sherwood U'pchurch and Miss
Anna Riankin who presided at the
punch abowl. Mr. and Mrs. Gray were
assisted in receiving .by Mliss Martha
Chambers, Mliss Mary 'Kate Black, Mrs.
-W. 1E. Glenn, Mrs. J. Ml. 'Parker and
Mrs. Joo Dunlap.
Mr. and Mrs. S~chley left last even
ing for an extended wedding trip) in
California and British Columbia, after
twhich .they will make their home at
Spartanburg, where Mr. Schley will be
associated in business with Mr. Gray.
A Iflrthday Party
On the afternoon of April 28, Mrs. W.
L. Reid entertained her Sunday School
class pnd several of her friends at her
home at Narnie in celebration of her
birthday.'- Thte rooms were decorated
with cut flowers, the coloi- scheme be
ing carried ont in red and white. 'Af
ter several games of rook, and re
hearsing pieces for Mother's Day, the
guests'- were invited into the dininig
room where atrawberries and cake
were served. The guests were Misses
Eva, Ruth and IEthel Belt, Clara and
Janie Caldwell, .Nell, Sarah and Mar
garet Cheek, Louise and Virginia Todd,
and Mildred burton; Messrs. !Leslie
and Johnie Sanders, Carlton Cheek,
Charlie Knight, Ira Bolt and Mr.. and
Mrs. Atmer Burton.
Notice to Pensioners
'Pensioners who have failed to re-1
ceive their checefs will please write
me at once, giving offie, 'with number
of street or route.
0. C. Thompson.
Hughes secured a verdict against H1,
L. Bllakely for $291.20. The testimony
showed that the plaintiff, Iunghes,
worked a farm for the defendant
Blakely during the year 1919. That
in August of that year 'the plaintiff
moved away following a disagreiement
with the landlord. The suit wvas for
a divinion o nthe crop.
The average wor
much time and effort
would not be so dept
lessen her kitchen-la
As a natter of fa
signed by the women
been striving to bettex
their work. Two m
have, by their selectic
it the one greatest
They have assisted
Hoosier by making
been responsible foi
present highly perfect
Alaf"A Poor Married Man;" wllll
be given in the auditorium of Hickory
lavern school .by The high school pu
p)i1s Friday night, May 6th,.beginning
it 8:30 o'clock.
The list of characters is as follows:
Professor John B. Wise, age 27, a poor
married man-Kenneth Sumerel.
D)r. Matthew Graham, age 54, a country
Blilly Blake, age 20, a popular college
!boy-J. C. Leaigue.
Jiu-iter Jackson, aged 23, a black
Afra. lona 'Ford, aged 48. some mother
in law--Margie Weathers.
Koie, aged 20, her charming daughter
June Graham, aged 18, a little fresh
Rosalind Wilson, aged 19, a college re
An admission fee of 15 and 25 cents
vill be charged. The doors- will be
ilosed promptly at 8:30 o'elock.
Card of Thanks
S.' .W. Lowe and .fanyily wisht. t~o.
hank tihe people -of Cross 11111 for
Cindnes and sympathy shown .them
n their recent Jhereavement.
jItation for Letters of Administration
itate of South Carglina,
County of Laurens.
ly 0. 0. Thomipson, Probate Judge:
Whereas J. R. Murff made suit to 'me
o grant him Letters of Administration
if the 1I0state and effects of J. P. Saxon
These arc therefore, to cite and ad
nonish all and singular the Kihdred
end Creditors of the asid J. P. Saxon,
leceased that they :be and appear be
ore me in the Court of Probate, to :be
ield at burens Court House, Iaurens,
I. C., on the 16th day of May, 1021 next,
fter publication hereof, at i'l o'clock
n the forenoon, to show cause, if any
hey have, why the said Administration
hould not be granted.
(Given under my hand this 29th day
f April Anne Domini 1921.
0. G. TIfOMPSON,
2-2t-A J. P. L. C.
nen spends entirely too
in her kitchen. This
arable if it were not so
woman can positively
bor by meins of the
ct, the Hoosier was de
of America who have
their lot by organizing
illion of these women
n or the Hoosier, voted
us in improving the
suggestions. that have
the evolution of the
ed Hoosier -Beauty.
Pay Cash and
We are r
Look at T
Sugar, per lb.- ---
25 ibs, Sugar...
~100 lbs. Sugar.
8 lbs. White House Coft
1lb. White House Coffe
1 lb. Arbuckle Coffee.....
Lipton's Tea, 1 -lb. pack;
Lipton's Tea, 1-2 lb. pac]
Lipton's Tea, 1-4 lb. paell
,d the Hoosier
Every suggestion that was ever made
for the improvement of a kitchen cabinet has
been actually tried by us. The best have
been accepted, the rest rejected.
Today, the Hoosier assigns to every
kitchen and every needed ingredient its logi.
cal place-"easy to -get at without stooping,
reachmng, standing or walking about. Care
fully designed attachrnents, such as the pa
tented, fluffing, flour sifter, not only enable
you to do quicker work, but better work, as
Consequently, every day you do without
the Hoosier you not only take miles of need
less steps, but put an undue tax on your
ability as a housewife and hostess.
WILAKES & n
Get You Groceie Cheape
8.0 Knga'sRelabe Hms lb $ .33 .*
....3cs HnyCaFlu,4lb. $ .. v
4 the H oo fRsiegForprb.
Eeysgeon ..t....t. w- ever made..$80
forae improvemen ofs. Chichen cabinet. -.a2.7
ageen accepted, tbs. rhest reed.....- 14
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