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Mr. 'I. C. Jacks, e! Mountvilie, was I
.a visitor in the city one day last week. -n
Mrs. 'Marie Owens, of Clinton, spent
Friday night v.'th Mr. and Mrs. E. '1. g
Wilkes on West Main street. f
MAr. J. H. Brown and Mr. D. 'H. t
Hughes of Gray Court, were visitors in k
the. city %Monday.
Mrs. W. T. iDorroh twho has beenl
.ic1K for the past few days is gradual
ly improving, we are glad to learn-.
:N1'rs. John F. Bolt left Tuesday
morning for McColl to visit her daugh
ter, .Mrs. Frank P. Tatum.
Mrs. C. M. Clarke and Mrs. H. K.
Alken mont the week-eiid in Green
ville iwith Miss (Liila Hlart.
Mrs. C. T. Link spent the week-end I
in Belton with her mnother, returning
. Miss Bess Crews speint Sunday In
GreenviII with her sister, Mrs. J. Y.
Miss Pattie Wilkes left a f1w daya
ago for AIbeville to visit her sisters,
Mrs. J. Moore Mars and Mrs. Joel
Smith, for soie time.
M's. 13. F. Posey left. Monday morn
lag for Spartariburg to visit her son,
ir. Frank iPosey, who is attending
Dr. J. 13. Senn, Mr. Ferdinand Noffz,
Miss Mary Senn and Miss Sallie
Tlhiompoll of Cross :lill, W(re visi
tors in the city Monday.
Mrs. Nim It. Sullivan, of Anderson,
has been spending a few days in the
city with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Owings.
' Hundreds <
of bad roads ar
prices lower th;
18th, and durir
$642.00 Cane Bac
$205.00 Reed Suil
$112.00 Reed Suil
SFe t i eua
Mr. .M. T, Motes, of Mountville, was' NI
visitor In -the city Tuesday,
'Mrs. Annie Sherard, of Ninety Six,
pent Sunday nig4t in the city with T4
[r. and WMrs. W. H. Gilkerson, going
'om herd to Spartanburg Monday
Friends of Mrs. fewis Meng will be ti
lad to know that she has returned fo
rom the hospital at Columbia after a(
.ndergoing. treatmet , and is consid- is
rably improved In health. w
:Messrs. W. 1P. Morris and J. Hicks 01
lartin, well known farmers living her N
ween here and Clinton, left iith
heir families last Thursday to take E
ip small farms near Greenville, W
vhere they exipect -to engage in either g
he p)oultry or trucking business. t
Marriage at Watts 5
Watts Mills, Feb. 6.-On last Tues- t
lay, January 31st, Miss Inez Franks
ind ANr. 'Roy, Wood surprised their 1
iany f-riends by being united in mar
rige at the oflice of Mr. O. .G. Thomp
mon, Probate Judge. The bride is a
rlaughter of Mr. G. A. Franks, of this
community, While the groom is from
Greenville. They have a hpst of t
friends Who extend to them their t
Card of 'Thanks
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for, the many kindnees-ses and
favors shown us (luring the illniess and
death of our darlig wife an mot er;
also for the beautiful floral offeliuni.
.1. IL Ballentine and Children.
Born to Mr. alid Mrs. P. W. Miller,
on February 6th, a son.
s of People in the- LE
>f others were preve
d disagreeable weat
in they will ever hai
ig these two weeks '
)M FURNITURE OF Fl
k Suites now . .
ed Suites now . .
:e$'Row . . .
60 ploW . .
,of other big values
goods, will convince
AT WATTS MILLS
achers Secured and School Opens
It was announced this week at the
lce of the Superintendent of Educa
)n that plans are b.eing completed
r the opening of a night school for
lults at 'Watts Mills. The school, It
expected will open next week and
ill mark the begining of a number
others to follow at the Laurens
ill and in other rural communities.
Supt. R. T. Wilson of the Board of
ducation, has secured the servicca of
:r. Farris 'M.rtin and the Misses Mar
tret (D-1unlap and Gertrude Barnett to
?ach the classes at the Watts Mlilk
ight school. Mr. AMartin, Supt. Wilsot
(id is a graduate of Cornell Universi
r and an able instructor, wyhile Ms:
Ounlap andl Miss Barnett are also wel
ualilled to carry on this iniportan
It was pointed out to the rClporte
hat the ex pen:;es .of the night sehoo
ill Lc great inasmuch as three ses
ions will be hlcd evey week, and ti
eachers are paid $1.00 an hour for
wo iour session. Sulpt. 'Wilsoln urge
11 wlo are illiterate anld others whos
dlcati is hlow tihat reached inl ti
tih grade to take advantage' of the op
)Ortuilties the seiool vill offer. 1
s also desiled tlat anyone knowin
;tch eron slhoild call their attel
ion to the school, so that as mflanly a
-ani be accotmmtoilated may be eniroll(
vben the school.opens next week.
tihe ;:;1iap Ones.
'le. lblitterest words ire those of ou
owi we are forced to eat.-Waysid
1. &.E. -
ICE THE CO
LtA Ten Days Bodig
nted from taking a
her. Now, to giv<
re an opportunity t
in Furniture a
* . . $290.00
* *.~.., $250.00
* . .*.$97.SO
that can'thbe enui
you -that never hae
DAWES ECONOMY Ci
PAPER VARIETY c
ASSERTS BYRNES v
In a Formal Statement Voices Fear
That Hardlig is Not Conversant t
with Government Flnanes. t
Washington, Feb. 4.-Declaration
that the economics which President
Harding and Director -Dawes of the
budget announced yesterday at the sec
ond business meeting of the govern
ment were largely of a "paper" variety,
was made today by Representative
Byrnes of South Carolina, a Democratic
member of the house appropriations
committee, who, In a formal statement,
voiced the "fear" that 'Mr. 'Harding
had been so absorbed in other matters
that he was not conversant "with the
existing situation" in government filn
"According to the press." Mr. Dyrnes'
Istatement aidl, "a direct saving of
$32,000,000 anld ,Il indirect saving of
more than $101,000,000 had been ac
colmplished in less than sI months.
Tihe falct is- tiat gainist this alleged
saVing, the presidenit, at. the ilstalice
of the hd get Enr i-eall has recetly slb
mitted rctinest for. addfitiona!apro
Spriationls as delli'lncies, am1onlliltin"g to
$1811,701,286, and wvithinj a few days the
c onygress wvill commenc 'lIe 'onisideration1
of another dflceiecy hill to take eare
of this shortan.e inl fitn1ds. This amiiolnit
iS ill addition to the irgeit deiielicy
hill a'Iropriating $50,55;,222, aid the
fi1rst dliciency hill aippropitint hg
$105,277,113. If the $180,704,286 now
asked by the presideit. is gralnted, it
r will make the total deliici s to date
"I rejoice thait tihe pre vile t reit
NS, S. C.
ht the Furniture The
Ldvantage of the wor
% all a chance to h1
o buy at again, we v
rd.Rugs Ever O0f
$1250.00 10 Piece
$1100.00 10 Piece
$660.00 10 Piece V
$475.00 10 Piece IV
$225.00 10 Piece V
ierated here. A wa
re such values been<
nt Be Disi
ENS. S. C
'ated his opposition to deficiencies, be
iuse I hesitate to think what amount
'ould be requested If lie was opposed
"Representative .Byrnes said that if
le amoun1ts 118mentioned 'had been saved
be treasury should show it. Ile de
for sixty yc
R. L. GRAY, C
R. V. iRBY,
R. O. HUNT
T. M. & J.
y Needed for Their
derful values we of
my the finest qualit:
rill continue our sa
fered in the St
QUALITY DINING F
LESS THAN FACTOR
M1ahogainy Suits now
Walnut Suites now.
lalnut Suites now -
ahogany Suites now
fanut Suites now.
1k through our stor
effered 'as we are n<(
p p oin te d
clared that no such showing, however,
had been made, and added:
"I fear the reason why it Is not done
Is that the alleged savings in most in
stances coiwlst only in the postpone
ment of actual expenditures until' the
next liscal year."
rr all crops.
tray Court, S. C.
S., Laurens, S. C.
Laurens, S. C.
Owings, S. C.
-i, S. C.
fered on account
v of furniture at
le until February
. : .$650.00
. . $550.00
. . $390.00
. .. $197.50
. . $179.50
e, where you can
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