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EDISON EXPECTS '
YEAlMS OF SEl1VICE<
Mays lie Will Haive Fifteen. More Birth-,
days. Will Never Retire.
West Orange, N. J., Feb. 11.
Thiomlas, AN. I~ioinventor and elee
trical wizard, has Just 15 years limit'.
of si'vie for humanity in hi int.
'ThIis was perhliaps the most impor-1
'tant statmenlt hle made in his annual
interview wvithv news%-pajpkermen today!
ol th occasion o his 7.,ilh birtlhday.
Smiling, facing a little arm y of re
por'ters aid otvws and iiovie photo
.graplhers who waylaid him1 on his way
from lhis home to his !ahlrtory, Ite
alisveled volley aftc vollay of ques
tions onl every subject thek reporter,:
vould link of.
"I hlote y ol will havei sevral more
birthdayS," said onie of the reporters
as they wore leaving.
"I shall have I.. mnoie," said 'Mr.
I'dion simply. lie( did not elaborate
On the0 Provetss)*lv by which he arrived
at this conclusioln.
A moment before he had a nswered
i Ill estio as t) k. lto w li e tinteided to
retire with "never."
Asked whavt he .was working on at
present, .r. Edison saidI he had sev
eral "rod hot ir-onin *, th ,! t ire." but
that l1 wa o not eady to talk about
thwim as, n1onet was COMPleted.
Tl inventor placed Theodlore
Roosevelt at tilie head of a list of great
meit he hiad1 m1et alth ht11 lie said he
iad let It forier lsid t bit once.
"I liked Teddy. lie said warily.
,i1(, picked arah lierihardt as "the
g*roalest womian," dlt'eclarinie she wasi
"slill full of pelpper."
lie thoutght hi.s friend, I l'nry h'ord.
oh-itit maiilko a piot pires ntlt'ii. au that
wasn'Wt 'in his line." ht declared lie
'would vote W ive for l ord if there
were an eleetion for Ihe position of
"direect'or 1 tmatnfaturers.
Ile said lie -ould give Fot'd lis full
support if the automobile ina lit fact i r
er obtained lul Ic Skhoals froi the
govettm Me t.
"I (to not thiik lie should go into
it." ie added. "lle is too anbitious
-aild Wants to-help the fartmer."
ulit tle declaed he did not think
Foid would fail in his undertatking if
he obtlained the plant.
The Washington colifereice ott arm
otntenit ilipressed \Ir. -Edison as "good
---better than nothing at all," but lie
declared in favor of continuing naval
-proparations. "experinientally."
"We should experimientt with the
inmost deadly gases and the biggest
ginms," lie said. "Not that we will evei
make use of them, but so that we may
be prepared inl case some other nation,
through rascality, should attack us.
i9 want all naitions to be prepared so
that it will be so terrible that the
gante is up."
The radio phone, lie said, was the
greatest electrical development of the
.past year, with the amplifIer, demion
strated at the burial of America's
I$25,
Openec
We are go
in Laurens.- T
to come many:
One Lot
50e Values; C
12
Ooo s Q'ssmasme
inknown soldier at Arlington national V1
-emetery, as a close second. a
Receipt of coigratulations from his
'amily, reading of a sheaf of tele- it
;rams on felicitations from President at
lardiig, Sir Thomas Lipton, Charles
\i. Schwal) aid manty others oil the fa
assing of his 75th milestone. anid the hI
iterview with iewspaper m1ien about
mded the day's celebration for Mir. le
E~dison.
A'; the liewspaperl tment left, lie Iel
plutnged into his labortory to work on l
hits "red hot irotns."
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*RIlDDLES OLD F.11ELD1 NIM11S *:
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Riddles Old Field. Feb. 1i2.-Ouv
hearts were made sad oi Friday after
nootn, Feb. 10, when it became town
Ihat Mirs. Jatie Curry had passQl
away. 'rs. Currv had been ill for
several days, but developed iltoI
bronchlial pnieumonlia anid lived nine108
days from the day sht took I'r hed.
Airs. Cu rry was 71 years of age the
fifth of Pebruary. Before marriage
she was Niss Jane Garrett, daughter
of tle late Hairston Garrett. Shte was
the widow of 'Mr. Toliver Curry, who
had preceded ler to the gIrave. haviig
lived only ninte llotnth; after trl t
marriage. AMrs. Curry 11hen1 lived withI
her father until his death. Then hiier
sister, .\rs. Alary Sctrtuggs lived with C
her until she died. Sine then 31rs.
Curry Ias lived all1 alone at tile old
home place. She is survived by two
brothers, .lessrs. W. I'. and i-. P. Gar
rett, and four nieces and one nephew,
-1lt. 1.. H-. Garrett and 'Mrs. LAdit
H-oward of Gray Court. irs. Alinnie
Holcombe of l'asley. Mrs. ). 1. Wil
liais of Lailford atid Mrs. Iela l1ol
combe. of Texas.
'Mrs. Curry has been a member of
Warrior Creek Baptist church since
childhood. The funeral services were
cotnducted by Rev. Geo. 'Hopkins, of
Gray Cortt, and the body was laid
to rest the following day in Warrior
Creek cemetery.
Mr. J. A. Britton and family were
called to Cedar Shoals Friday to the
funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Crow, of
the Watts Mills.
\Ir. larvin Rhodes visited hisi1
brother, Roy, in Laurens, Monday
night.
31 r. John Burns twas in Laure1i5
londay on business.
Mrs. John Brown has been sick for
some tine. Last reports are that she
is better.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 'Sherbert spent
Ionday night with Mr. Elijah Riddle
and family.
Mi's. J. Allen Riddle is soffering
with rheumatism. :We trust sle -will
soon recover.
'Mrs. Roy Garrett is at the bedside
of her mother, Mrs. Riddle.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Hobby Rier",e gave a
000 S'
I Saturday, Feb.
ing to sell the goods
his is greatest oppori
miles to' this saIemand1
Brooms
lose Out Sale. w4
ing Fast!
LE Na-..210 W.
Lientine entertainment Saturday to'
number of the young folks. 9
Mr. 'Wayron 'Burns was a recent vis- <
)r of his cousins, Raymond, Ralph I
Ad Ethel Burns.
i1ss Irene Owens has been suffering
r soic time with tonsilitis. We
)pe she will soon find relief.
,Miss Edna Riddle spent the wcek
d with iomefolks In Laurens.
.i. W. A. Martin and I.losea .Martin's
idien were .the visitors of Mr. anld
rs.D.HPunm udy
Mrs. Tuimbin has returned home af
r a six weeks' visit with Mrs. P. E.
Doper.
Narnie, Feb. 13.--The people of this
)imm tuillity are not doing much farm111
ig as it is bad weatheir.
Mr'. and (Mrs. 4. V. Burton spent
uiday In Laurens with friends.
Miss Remell Reid was the guest of
liss Nell Burts Sunday.
Mrs. Troy Owings and little son
pent the week-end with her parents,
I r. and .Mrs. Thomas Watson, ox
Voodruff.
Mi'. Olin Bolt and family spent Sun
1y with his mother, Mrs. E. D. 'Bolt.
Miss Daisy Bell and Sarali Owings
pent Siuday with Mr. andl Mr's. Troy
kw inlgs.
Mr. and Mrs. Law Mobley, of Green
tile, were here with hoinefolks Sun
ay.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burton spent
unday with Airs. Robert Gamble.
Mi. and Mrs. H-orace Nelson spent
unday with i'r. Wilie Sanders.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Love spent Sun
ay witl Mi'. and Mrs. Mitchell Ow
ngs.
,Miss .lanie Caldwell Is 'ery sick
iti the flu.
Miss Sallie Wolff spent Saturday
v'Ithx Mr's. Ludie Owings.
LANFORD NEWS
Lanford, Feb. 13.-Rev. J. M. Robert
on iireached a very interesting ser
non Sunday afternoon.
The Rural Improvement association
Lnd school will 'have an entertainment
Priday night at 'the school house. Sev
)ral Interesting features will be given
ind an enjoyable time is in store
'or the young, as well as the old.
Mrs. J. S. Higgins returned home
Bunday from -a visit to her son at
Union.
Mrs. Othello 'Payne, from Green
wood, spent the week-end witl friend
and relatives here. A
IMrs. B. M. Bomar is spending a few
days in Spartan-burg twith friends and
relatives and while there will attend
the Billy Sunday meetings.
lOCK
4th, With a Bi1
the Entir<
and reduce our twc
Minity you wifl'have
buy everything yoi
BOX
ON SATURDAY, iFI
w ha b~v ig Oox Sale at
e '9 of Soe at ech store,
S prty at 25#. Values in
fake---be on the spot at 3 P.
-i Hurn
Department Stores
arens St., Old $tand
Mr. J. S. Higgins received a tele
ram from Mr. H. 'M. Higigins at Pensa-,
ola, .Fla., that he was seriously ill.
[is many friends wish for him a
peedy recovery.
We are glad to say that Mrs. J. iD.
ohnson, who has been very ill, is
nuch -better.
Mr. J. M. Johnson s)ent the -week
nd with honiefoliks. -
-Mrs. C. D. Cox. is spending a few
lays in Spartanburg, atteni(llng the
1111 Sunday meetings.
-Mr. and aMrs. H1. C. Garrett visitec
tr. and Mr. S. A. Cox Sunday.
BANKRUPT NOTICE
Uitled States of America,
District of South Carolina.
IN TNI DISTRICT COURTI
in the matter of D. R. Fuller, 'Bank
rupt.
Notice is hereby given that the above
named person has boen duly adjiudged
bankru)t, and th, first mceting 6f thc
creditors of said bankrupt will be held
in the Court llouse in the city of Lau
rens, S. C., on the 21st day of Februar)
A. 11). 192.2, at nine o'clock in the fore
soon. at which time and place the
creditors may appear, examine the
bankrupt, prove their clitais and
transact such other business as ma)
properly come before said meeting.
E. A. MBLYTI1H:E,
'Referee in Bankruptcy
31-1t-A
NOTIVE OF SALE
In the District Court. of the UniteI
States for the Western District o
South Onrolna.
In the matter of 'Mrs. E. 13. Watson
flankruipt.
Notice is hereby given that pursu
ant to an order of Hon. D. H. HIl1
Reefree in Bankruptcy, heretofor(
made In the above entitled matter,
will sell at public auction on salesda;
in larch, 1922, in front of the Couri
flouse at Laurens, S. C.., during th
regular hours of sale, to the highes
"THE MONEY YOU D
"BUY THE
For the odd jobs
you don't need t
Insist on "Tide Water"
Cypress-youcaniden
tify it by this snark.
Lower grades will a
just as long. Save
Write us for list of FRE
and no substitutes" fror
SOUTHERN CV
YOUR LOCAL DBALER WIL
REDU
g Day's Sale an
a 15 Days.
stocks, and then iy
to buy at a ascrifi
i may need while ti
SALE
BRUARY 18, 3 P. M.
iisch store. There will be a
packed by us but sold by ai
boxes range from 25c to $1
M. -
ry Up!-U
tNS &
i Lrens;South(
No{2-44tuh Side Fublo
bidder the following real estate:
All the one-half interest of the above
named bankrupt in'all that lot or par
cel of land situate, lying and being in
the town of Ora, County of Laurens,
State of South (Carolina, containing
flive (5) acres, more or less, and bound
ed 'by 'lands of W. J. Fleignng, A. Y.
Thomplon, W. E. McClintock, A. R. -P.
Parsonage, and known as the B3ryson
home place.
For your c
sake use
C0E-M01
Quality F
SOL
R. L. GRAY, C
HUNTER BRO
R. V. IRBY,
R. 0. HUNT,
T. M. & J.
Cross F
DN'T IJAVE TO SPEND ON RE!
GRADE THAT Fl1
of building and repairing
te higher grades of
CYPRESS
"THE WOOD ETERNAL"
nswer just as well for many <
your money. "Buy the gr
M PLANS for farm buildings -but in the m<
iyour local lumber dealer-no matter for wi
PRESS MANUFACTURE
258 Graham Bldg.. Jacksonville, Fit
SUPPLY YOU. IP HE HASN' T EWOUGH C
CING'
d Will Run in F
re will reorganize oir
(e. 4uring thtis year.
his $2,OO Sale is c
7 Big Cake
win. Clos4
p out
[0.00.
-et Vc
~olina
'qea. en a .rvns fleek
Terms of sale:: oine-thirgl cash, bal
ance In one and' two years segured by
a mortgaige of the premises and note
of the purchaser bearing eight per
cent interest per annum and ten per
cent attorney eo, the mortgage to
contain the usual receiverliip clause.
'Purchaser to pay for papers and
stali js.
sa..F. DAVIS,
31-3t-A Trustee.
rops
'ertilizers
D BY
kray Court, S. C.
S., Laurens, S. C.
Laurens, S. C.
Owings, S. C.
B. PINSON,
lill, S. C.
AIRS IS ALI. PROFIT."
FS THE JOB"
around the place
Insist on "Tide Water"
Cypress -you can Iden
tify it by this mark.
)f these jobs -and last
ade that ,fits the job."
antime insist on "CYPRESS
tat purpose you buy. Address
RS' ASSOCIATION
rPRESS Lig1 US KNOW AT ONCE.
SALE
'ull Force
t.1 two. stores here
It will pay you..
In.
is Laudry Soap
a Out Sale
25c
ur Share!
LI.DAYSI

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