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Miss Ella Bearden, of Enoree, was
a visitor in 'Laurens Monday.
'Miss Louise Simmons has gone to
Hagerstown, Md., to remain several
months on government -wori.
Miss Lucy Mclhail, -who is teaching
in Barnwell, is expected home for the
-Mrs. Edward 'MdCrady and little
daughter are visiting 'Mrs. T. D. Darl
ington this week.
Mrs. J. FI.'Burton will leave today for
Chester to spend Thanksgiving with
her daughter, tMrs. Rt. 1. Sims.
Mr 1j. V. Waldrolp, a prominent
farmer living near Enoree, transacted
business here Saturday.
Miss Marguerite Dunlap 'has accept
ed work with the local chapter of the
Red Cross and will 'give three days
each -week to -work formerly done by
the county nurse.
Mr. W. Carl Wharton, of Waterloo,
was a visitor In the c!ty .londay wear
ing a ha'ppy smile and receiving con
gratulations on the arrival of a baby
girl at his home Saturday.
Mrs. A. 8. Eastorby has returned
;home after a visit of several sweeks to
her daughter, (Mrs. 'Roy (Hilton, at
Camp Benning, Columbus, Ga., where
Capt. Hilton is now stationed.
Eston 'Nichols, a member of 'Uncle
Sam's naval forces at Charleston, has
returned to his duties after a fur
lough of thirty days spent",with his
,parents, Mr. and Mrs. H1. Nichols, in
The many friends of Mrs. G. C.
Young, mother of Mr. Ross D. Young,
will be glad to know that she Is rapid
ly recovering -from the -injuries she
sustained several 'weeks ago as a result
of a fall.
'Misses Myrtle Teague and Katherine
Holmes, of IMountville, have recently
taken rooms 1with Miss Julia Irby on
'South Harper street and will make
'Laurens their home while practicing
their profession as trained nurses.
Iiss Willie Jones left several days
ago for Nowberry, where she expects
to remain for several weeks in the
home of her sister, Mrs. 0. -B. Mayer,
who has been carried to a Cleveland,
Ohio, 'hospital for surgical treatment.
Mrs. James M. 'Stout and little
daughter, Josephine, from Washing
ton, D. C., is visiting her father, Dr.
L. S. Fuller and other relatives. She
was accompanied 'by Miss Sallie Stout
who has recently returned to Wash
Mrs. F. P. McGowan was called to
Ninety Six yesterday to attend the fun
eral of her brother, Mr. 'Love Calhoun,
whose death occurred the day before.
'Mr. J. Turner Martin, a nephew, was
also among those who attended the
The friends of .Mr. 'Mansel Owings
'wore glad to see him at 'his office agailL
a few days ago after a serious illness
and operation. Although not enjirely
recovered, be is regaining strength
rapidly and. hc~es to be 'himslf again
'Miss Jennie Shealy, one of the clerks
at the local freight omeie, was carried
last Wednesday to Spartanburg, .where
she underwent an operation for appen-.
dicitis. The reports indicate that the
operation was successful and that she
is rapidly recovering from its effects.
Bride and Groom Visitors
Mr. and Mr's. Herbert J. Sullivan,
wvho .were 'married at the home of the
biride's parents, Dr. and' WMrs. C. IP.
Vincent, in Vaughnvilleo, November 12,
arrived hi ,theo city last week after
their honeymoon and are now visiting
the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
0. Sullivan, for a few days. They
were h'onor' guests at an elegant six
course dinner -given Saturday evening
.by their .parents and yesterday even
ing they -were again honored by Dr.
and Mrs. '9. P. Vincent, Jr., who ten
dered them a large reception when a
large number of guests called to offer
Sunday afternoon at the iparsonage
of the First Miethodist church, -Rev, P.
F. Kilgo 'u'nite~d in anarriage Mr. T. F.
-Smith, *ell :liwn" young farmer of
Waterloo, and Miss Lisi Sims, daugh
tgJ M4r. And 'Mrs. A. W. Sims, of the
sgme place. The marriage 'was attend
'ed by several friends and relatives of
~.the young 'people.
Buys New '1otap .
Mr. H. J. Shealy, bagg o-aster' on
the C. N. & 'L. railroad,,. Jprchased
the new cottage on East "atdn istreet
just completed by tMr. Albert 'Dial. 'Mr.
A'healy is ppW occupying the editt resi
dence on 'Irby Avemlue and wil take
'possessioi of his neiv home abute
,celabor 14t" bu
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A regular ebpvoc tiorn of
Risin Bun.Qh N, . 0, 0
'~ ." , .I '1toGld On
AV reue~ted to be prese~t' anid
o and the aIn d4ti,
FIRE DANAGES CH.URCR
Serious Damage to Baptist Church
Narrowly Averted Sunday.
Serious damage by fire to the First
'Baptist church was narrowly averted
Sunday morning when flames were dis
covered in the basement of the building
while Sunday School was in progress. t
Excessive heat is said to have caused
a large sill near the furnace to ignite,
the dire traveling to the floor overhead.
When smoke 'was discovered coming
through the radiators, the services
were immediately brougth to an end
and an alarm sent in to the fire de
partment. The chemical apparatus
from the fire engine was first called
into use, but it was found that this
.was not in working order so the largerj
hose had to be used. The fire was
quickly gotten under control and in a
fetw minutes was completely extin
guished. The dainage was mostly due
to the effects of water and smoke. The
amount has not been exactly arrived
at, but will run into the Hundreds of
Although a large number of people
were attending the service, they made
their exit in an orderly manner and
no one was hurt.
Services for the (lay .were called off.
It has not been announced as to when
services will be resumed In the build
TERRY STOCK SOLD
Large Number of Iidders Here for
sa~kle of Merchandise Stock Monday.
A large number of buyers from this
state and some from adjoining states
.were here londay to attend the sale
of the merchandise stock and fixtures
of the late I. Terry. Bidding was
spirited almost to the last, but the en
tire stock 'was finally knocked down
to B. M. England, of Westminster, at
$8,970. It is understood that the pur
chaser intends to re-open the store and
offer the goods at retail sale, although
no .public announcement has as yet
Bazaar a Big Success
The bazaar and turkey dinner, held
by the Kings Daughters society in the
old Robertson Hotel Friday .piu ved a
big'success both from the social and
financial standpoints. A large number
of people patronized the flower and
fancy-work table, while still a larger
crowd enjoyed the splendid dinner. The
ladies of the society have asked that
their thanks Pe extended to all who
aided them in any way.
Winthrop Doughters to Meet
The Novem'bor meeting of the Win
throp Daughters will be held with
(iss Pearl Clardy on Monday, Novem
ber 28th, at 4 p. m. Every member is
urged to be 'present.
Legionnaires to Entertain
At the meeting of the Thos. D. Lake
Post, American Legion, held Monday
night, it was decided to hold a big get
together meeting and dance in the le
gion hall next Monday night. A special
effort will be made to get out as many
ex-service men as possible.' The Vost'
also discussed at length the formation
of a woxrpan's auxiliary to the 'post and
it was unanimously agreed upon that
the plan was feasible and desir'able.
Card of Thanks
I ;wish to thank *my neighbors and
.friends for all their kindness .to me
during my Illness, and I sure did ap
preciate the many letters received
while I wvas at 'the 'Baptist hospital.
M. J. Owings.
.Wednesday Club -
The WVednesday Club 'will meet with
3Mrs. S. H1. Templeman on Nov. 23, at
4 .p. m. The subject for discussion is
"The Courts, State and Federal". These
taking part on the program will' 'be '
Mrs. M. L. Smith, 'Mrs. HB. W. Gasque,
and 'Mrs. J. Hl. Sullivan.
No More Sunday Gasoline
As previousl-y annfounced in the
news and advertising columns of the
local papers, gasoline 'filling stations 4
will 'be closed next Sunday and on eacb
8.nday thereafter, motoripts being
forced to put In a su-pply of~ gasol-ine]
and oil on the day before. The sale
of gasoline and oil has been prohibited
by an ordinance of City Council passed 1
at the request of oil and gasoline deal.
era. Provision has been made for<
emergency cases," however, policemen j
bping allowed to faane permits flor al
such supplies 'where they deem it I
'Gins to Close t
According to advertisements carried t
on other pages of this ,paper, it will I
L1' seen that all ginneries of this city I
wvill 'be' closed after Saturday of this
week.. The crop is 'picked, said Mr. i
etig,. one of the ginnors, and there is s
no use in staying open -longer.'ncl- s
ditiitally, he'said In reply to, a question I
as to ginnings last season, that h'e had j
egmpiled flgureft that showed that last t
Week the glas of this city ginned ,186 <
bales of-. cotton ae' eomnpar'd to (5&
liles for the 'eanie "afe'k last year, a
Rt weeks et course,,there will be,no i
gfiangs at all, iwhereas last year ~e(
ginnings were IbAetIdf~l*' at tiI
DNA A8R & O0EBCE
TO BANQUET DEC. GTH
ell Attended Meeting of Iejuvinated
Body Held Friday Etvening.
A well attended meeting of the re
uvinated Chamber of Commerce was
ield Friday evening In the banking
room of .the Peoples Loan & Exchange
)ank, President Geo. (M. Wright presid
ng. The membership committee, com
posed of Messrs. E. D. Easterby, .L. G.
Balle, I. :R. Nickels and W. R. lcCuen,
reported 63 members signed up, this
iumber having since been increased to
14 ,with prospects of an Increase to
LOO. December 1st was decided upon
is the )paying date for the first quar
;er dues and December 6th as the date
'or the first formal meeting. On that
late a meeting and banquet will be
leld at 7 o'clock in the evening at a
)lace to be decided on -by the commit
ee appointed for that purpose. This
sommittee is composed of AMessrs. R.
It. Nickels, W. L. Gray and Ross -D.
Much time of the meeting was taken
1 with consideration of the 'water
ind sewer situation. A committee
,omposed of I1'. W. 11. Dial, W. L.
Jray, W. G. Lancaster, 'W. R. McCuen
nd N. C. Hughes was appointed to
ook into the matter and report back
-o the body on the practicability of
requesting City Council to qprovide for
in election on the issuance of $100,
)00, in bonds for this purpose. The
,ommittee, it is understood, is to en
luire Into the financial status of the
3ity and to discover if -possible .how
arge a tax levy would be necessary to
,arry on .the city government with an
idditional levy for the proposed wa
er and sewer improvements.
AT OPERA HOUSE
k .ReaT Tonic Is "Listen Lester" -the
Musical Comedy Which comes tQ the
Opera. 1louso Saturday, Nov. 20.
Potent, pleasant to the taste and
imell and sight, and a sure cure for
tIl the ills that flesh is heir to. For an
.ntiro year at the Knickerbocker
Pheatre In New York it helped to build
ip the morale of the theatre-going pub
ic. It comes under the "musical
.omedy" head of tonics concocted :by
iarry L. Cort, George E. Stoddard,
tnd Harold Orlob, and John Cort gave
t the final mixing which makes it so
%xcellent and effective. The ingre
lients are breezy dialogue, an amusing
itory, bubbly music, artistic staging,
)eautiful costumes, effervescent danc
ng, with a .brilliant cast of Broadway
nusical comedy favorifes headed by
Fohnny Wright to administer it, and
.he daintiest, danciest chorus to give
,t that stimulating quality so neces
mary, and the whole is a perfect blend
.alculated to .send you forth feeling
it and ready to tackle anything and
Lyceum at Gray Court-Owiugs
The Operatic Trio, a company of
alented vocal and instrumentals, wili
)e the next attraction of the Gray
jourt-Owings, Lceum Course Tuesday
wvening, November 29. This attrac
ion come's highly recommended and is
maid to be one of the' best of the sea
ion. Among the special features of
~heir unusually httractive program is
m 'laughable skit involving -the famous
dr. Jiggs and M~aggie.
Will Celebrate Arbor Day
All glay Arbor D~ay exercises 'will
>e held at the 'Hickory Tavern school
)f December 2nd. The principal fea
.ure of the day's ceremonies 'will be an
mddress .by iProf. J. F'. Thomason, of
nhthrop college. At the conclusion
f the address, three high school
dlasses will plant trees on the school
awn in commemoration of the local
>oys 'who served and those wvho gave
heir lives for theli' country's flag.
A basket dinner will 'be served at
:30 and at night "The Lone Star"
vill 'be given in the school auditorium
>y Gray Court-Owings talent.
CO]IN~qG INTO OWN
low BeIng. Used in the Mpnufacture
of High Grade Writing Papers..
Spartanburg, S. C., Nov. 21.-It is
Lot generally known t'hat cotton lint
ire, formerly a ;waste ptoduct of the
il mills, are now usett in making high
rade writing, ledger and book paper.
.daters have at last been commercial
y established as a staple commodity,
cording to a letter received by
eramik C. Rogers, cashier of the Spar
anburg Clearing' House, from the In
erstate Cotton Crusjers' Association,
no., of Washiiqgton. The letter reads,
a part, as follows:
"To all interested In. 43outher pro
.ucts, this distinct achievement of
cientific researoh will appeal as
rorthy of substantial recognition, and
t is'"proposed tha't it be celebrated by
>romoting the . use of - paper for stai
lonory and .record Durposes in which
otton hinter ipuip is largely used."
'The ,:writer called attention to tshe
hoot of paper on 'Which the letter was
ritten (apparently a e'aper of good
uality) that fletitains fifty .per cent,
f -liter pulp anid efty per 4ent of best
ottor rag pulp
Xeetlng of Civic League
.-The Civic League will meet in thec
Rest Room at 3:30 o'clock Friday at-!
ternoon. A full attendance is re
'Ars. .B. L. Jones, See.
* CLINTON NEWS .
Clinton, Nov. -22.'Mss Myra Lea
nan spent the week-end in Grcenwood
Mrs. 1. -11. 41all and sons, of Great
FaIls are the guests of her sister, Mrs.
Wi. P. Jacobs.
Mr. J. F. Jacobs, Sr., has returned!
from a ten days trip to New York City.
It isn't very ofi
ber for so little m<
Jacobean finish, a]
60-inch Buffet. )
most in service ar
unto itself why yo
suite at a most m(
you our entire lin<
I Will Have a Fii
Get ready for
You can't starv
bread on hand.
Mesdames It E. Sadler, Jack Davis
and J. A. Bailey attended (lhe D. A. R.1
convention in Oharleston last week.
Mr. T. G. Robertson and daughter,
Margaret, of Charlotte, N. C., pent
the week-end with his mother, Mrs. J.
Mr. W. A. Johnson spent last Fri
day In Greennwood.
Mrs. B. H. 'Boyd delightfully enter
tained at two Rook parties last Tues
day and Thursday afternoons. Mrs.
Boyd was assisted In entertaining by
Mesdames Reece Young and T. 'D.
Copeland. A delicious salad course
and Russian tea were served to about
The Musgrove Mill chapter, D. A. R.,
held their November meeting at the
home of .Mrs. D. W, 'Mason, Mesdames
:en that we can offer
>ney. The suite si
l. full size pieces, witl
KVe guarantee this suit
A satisfaction, which
u should see it. To
Lity to get a high grad
>derate price. Come i
of dining room furn
!. H. WILK
ne Lot of Hogs and
ov. 26, at I
SDurocs, Big Bone I
FROM 60 TO 100
ad With Anti-Chole,
the boll weevil by r,
e a man with pleti
Mason, J. A. Chandler, W. A. Galloway',
and Miss Dorcab Mason being hostess.
es. After a very interesting business.
hour the hostesses served a most deli
cious salad course and tea to twenty
Mrs. John i-iolland ullnter was host-:
ess to .the "Idle Moments Club" last
Wednesday afternoon. After n pleas
ant hour of sowing and conversation
the hostess Served delightful refresh
ments to the 'following guests: Me4
damies (Lee Young, L. D. .McCrary, W.
D. Copeland, J. A. Chandler, W. J.
Leake, Jas. ltR Cajpeland, Reece Young,
'Illugh Simpson, (lary Dillard, W. A.
iMorehead, Irby .11k)) and J. 1W. 'Dillard.
MIss Mary Dillard returned Monday
from Anderson where she has been in
the hospital for treatment.
a suite of this cali
iown is solid oak,
54-inch table and
:e to give the ut
is sufficient reason
lelay is to lose a
e and dependable
n and let us show
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Shoats For Sale
aising your meat.
~ty of meat and