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Wednesday Club
The -Wednesday Club will Incet with
- |Mrs. C. 11. hlicks at 4 o'clock this
afternoon.
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Birthday Supper
-Mi:s. J. R. Little entertained a few
friends at a sumptuous supper at her
home on Laurel street Monday even
1ng, the occasion being the birthday of
her daughter, Miss Ina Little. After
the meal the remainder of tlie evening
was enjoyed in conversation.
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For 311ss Fleming
Saturday morning -Miss Margaret
Dunlap gave a delightful bridge lunch
con in honoi' of Miss Carolyn Fleming,
whose marriage to 'Mr. Cecil Roper
will .be one of the spring social events.
Tables we'e prepared for thirty-two
guests, and after the games delicious
refresh meij ts iwere served. The honor
guest was presented with a beautiful
piece of brocaded linen by the hostess.
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Howard-Monroo
What was to Florence a social event
of significance and to Laurens a cur
prise was the marriage on Wednesday,
tFeb. 22nd, of Mrs. -Pearl Moody How
ard to Thomas Lane Monroe, of this
c ity. The ceremony was performed by
Rev. George T. 'Harmon at the home
of the bride in Florence. Mr. B. L.
',lardy was best -man at the wedding.
The couple arrived in La'urens Satur
day and are making their home for
- the present iwith Mrs. Laura E. Taylor.
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31iss Crawley Weds
It (w ill be of considerable ,interest
to many friends here to 'learn of the
marriage of Miss Carolyn Crawley, of
Madison, Ga., and Col .H. D. Russell,
of AMacon, which occurred lin Macon
Saturday afternoon. The bride as Mtfiss
'Crawley, will be remembered as the
first Red Cross nurse in this county
during the war., She wis very active
in 'her work here for several months
until she was promoted to a place in
a larger .field. Col. Russell Is a, war
veteran and prominent lawyer of -Ma
con.
000
Lenoir-Armstrong
Camden, Feb. 25.---Mr..and 3Ars. G.
U. Lenoir 'have announced the engage
ment of their daughter, 'Margaret, to
Frank.Armstrong of iPickens, the wed
ding to' take place-in the early sum
mer-. This announcement will be of
cotdial 'ln'terest throughout the state
owing to the popularity of the young
couiple and thlir/families.
The 'bride-to-be Is the attractive
young daughter of M r. and Mrs. G. H.
Lenoir of this city, -pleasing in 'per
sonality and charming in manner. She
is a 'graduate of Winthrop -college and
a worthy representative o' that Insti
tution. Minco her graduation a few
years ago she has held a 'position at
Clemson college, from which she re
cently resigned.
-. Mr. Armnstrong is originally from
*Laurens, where his parents iowv re
%lde. He is the efficient restfdent en
gineer of 'Pickens county and a young
man held in high esteem by all who
know -him.,0
Miss H~endlersoni Entertains
Gray Court, Feb. 24.-A social event
that proved of exepltional interest and
pleas~ure was that of Friday evening,
when Mliss Lula Mae 'Henderson en
tertained in her own inimitable nyay,
the' teachers of Shiloh.
>. The FIgnderson home presented a
scene of dazzling beauty with myriads
of brilliant lights intermingled .with
the more softer and subdued rays cast
by the miany Japanese lanterns. Beau
tiful flowers, ferns -and entrancing
nooks all added attraction to the
'pleasure pf all.
The g~ening's entertainment consist
ed of contests and games. Prizes
were awarded the winners of the dif
ferent contests., After enjoying the
games the guests were invited into the
*din'ing -roon~ where delicious refrbsh
ineats were served. The table swas ex,
quisite with its centerpieces and flowv
era.
- Those present wore: 3Misses Cgaroe
line Young, Sallie (Wolff, 'Ella Lang
sion, Bless Waliage, Janie Wilson,
Cilara Mc~ali, Alta, Campbell, Laura
MThlis, b)ewey Armstrong, 'Emma
*Lou Curry and Pearg,~ienderson;
tMbssrs. Irank Stewart, oy Wgliace,
Arthur 'Wilson, 'Bob Mc~i,1, Woodtin
Wallace, Hermtan Power, Itaroid Wal-.
-lace, Emdwin Hellams, De'fitt Aber-'
crpmlio, Culver Sumerel .and Algie
6 iinpson; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hender
Idop and Mr. and Mrs. E. JT. Uenderson.'
Jur~y xyr? gr
~oe 'Wgliauei co1lted: Who wa* 'ar
r ted Baturday by city police, peing
arged with disordierly conduct, and4
-14teT:el4.aed on beond, wastrIed
Ithe niayor's court lgonday~ It wa
iee that' Williant drew a ipistot
I dro frdi his t9e an0(her a
y e fad pr' oulyod
ta On uotoit of WjligfaVg
terthachet be tried bye. iur~' a
MEETUING ,CAMED
ON MARKETING
Farmers .of the County invited to At.
tend Meeting Called by tLaurens
llusiness League.
A mass .meeting of farmers of the
county, in <onjunction with the Lau
rens Business League, has been called
for Friday of this week at which time
it is ex)pected that I~r. W. W. Long,
of Clemson college, will be Dresent to
make an address.
The meeting is the result .of discus
sions 'which have been hold during re
cent meetings of the Business League
in the interest of marketing facili
ties. At a recent meeting a commit
tee of seven was appointed to lay
plans fui lie organization of the coun
ty into a marketing unit and this com
mittee has called this meeting.
The meeting is to be held in the
court house at 11. o'clock and all per
sons in the county, especially farmers,
are invited to attend.
Mr. E. 'P. -Minter, head of the mar
keting section of the committee of
seven, has biaued the following ap
peal in regard to the meeting:
Uinder the auspices of the Laurens
I3usiness League, a county-wide mass
It RemE
AMER
..e*' *
Home-aaer il
copee sotmnsm
relatve t thefurnshin
We tak gf.a prd nt
our stocs as -wel as the
re akal - o prcS
and se---S E andbI co
* Home-Ma aer willflt
We take'g~e at ringts
,Are oun ed~aite Come
.~tkIt over ituRtoday.
meeting for creating a county organ
ization for a cooperative marketing
system for Laurens county, will be
held at Laurens, court house on Fri
day, alarch 3rd at 11 o'clock. Every
man, woman and .all older children
are urged'to come to this meeting and
take part il this great effort and pur
)ose t0 .better he financial an( living
conditions of the ipeople throughout
the county, engaged in agricultural
pursuits.
Never was the time more opportune
for the people to come together on a
proposition of this sort and endeavor
to devise ways and means for getting
upon a more sound financial .basis and
a higher plane of living. It can be
done, if the people have the desire and
will to do it.
Dr. W. W. Long, of Clenison college,
has made aspecial appointment to be
present at this meeting. le will dis
cuss broadly and specifically the "Live
At 'Home" policy, as well as outline
a definite plan of a cooperative mar
keting organization. The plan calls
for a majority of the organization tol
be comnposed of active dirt farmers
with their viwves and children, who
know the present conditions of fau
life and are willing to Put their
shoulders o th'b wheel to improve
these conditions.
tins f or
Compreh
ICAS I
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Never
buy su
now; a
in obta
at a loi
see.
.wide a
An
con
Sea
- tien
Doj
id in our mostI
at exacting needs
is of the home.
ie versatility of As
rool
r goodness and loni
arkings. Come se
are
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S. M.& E
REFUSES TO SIGN
TAX IUl)SCOLUTI'iON I
Governor Returns Measure to Senate.
Would Hurt State Credit.
The State, Tuesday.
Oovernor Cooper last night returned
to the senate, without his signature,
the Wells 'Joint resolution to extendv
the time for the payment of state and i
county taxes until June 1, 1922. In 1
his message returning the resolution 1
the governor said that he felt that the
resolution would materially hurt the r
state's credit and not afford the relief c
that those who suji)i)orted the resolu
tion thought it would.
Ilhe state now has $1,500,000 in out
stan(ing notes to meet and only $300,
000 to pay the notes, the governor
said in Ilis message. "Ir this joint
resolution becomes law it is my) opin
.on1 that tle credit of the state will be
impaired," he said.
Card From Mr. Friiks
I take this metho(d of thanking my
friends and supporters for the hand
Some vote given mc at the ipolls yes
terday and to ask for a continuation
of this sUpPort at the polls next Tues
day. I am still In the race and hope
to win onl the second ballot.
JOIN A. FRANKS.
You to V
Ensive Sh
FINEST
ne In-w-See Wha
u Toward the F
have you had the opportuni
.h beautiful new 1922 Furnitu
id we urge every woman inter(
ining the finest home furnish
v and reasonable price to come
We take exceptional pride in
.ssortments, quaint designs
A Stately and Dignil
* Three Pieces Massively C
$178.50
overstuffedI suite consisting of three I
struction throughout, maty now be
ts are removable, backs and arms have
.One arm chair has wing back. Co
't fail to see this genuine value.
Spacious Colonial
Oak Dressers
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never before, thlese large
riy'dressers 'fikshioned in co
11 Period styles are being
~ht out for that ext~ra odd Thi
s. Those we show at $19.75 ta
very desiraible, may be had ta
dull oak finish. All come Che
large plate mirrors., mat
. H.WILK
LAURENSIS. C.
NOTICE OF SALE
n the District Court of the Unlitod
Stites (or tho Western District o
South Carolina.
n the matter of Mrs. E. B. Watson,
Bankruipt.
Notice is hereby given that iursu
nt to an order of iion. ). 1H. 11111,
teefree in Bankruptcy, heretofore
.iade in the above entitle( matter, I
ll sell at public auction on salesday
ii March, 1922, in front of the Court
[ouse at Laurens, S. C., during the
egular hours of sale, to the highest
idder the 'following real estate:
All the one-half interest of the above
aIedi bankrupt in all that lot or par
el of land situate, lying, and being in
FERTI]
I Sell Old R
of Fer
See Me Bef<
CLYDE T
itness ti
awing of
FURN
tip I
t Possibilities
Lefurnishing of
by to beautiful our nei
ce as quite sure you w
sted with the new idE
ings nishings. Don't
and only for new ide,
the ligation on your
and
:ied Suite
verstuffed
Now,
of ti(
eautiful pieces, finest lete
had for only $178.50. act<
full spring construc- 1Unite
vering is in tapestry. style
See This Dining I
7 Pieces You W
a is a small set, oblong extension ta
will nicely furnish any dining roon
irs are very' rigid, they have slip-se
eh table. These sets in standard o
ES & CO.
the town of Ora, County of Laurens,
State of South Carolina, containing
fiye (5) acres, more or less, and bound
ed by lands of W. J. Fleming, A. Y.
Thompson, V. E. McClintock, A. R. P.
Parsonage, and known as the Bryson
home 111place.
Terims of sale: one-third (ash, bal
ance In one and two years secured by
a mortgage of the premuises and noto
of the purchaser bearing eight per
cent interest per annumt aid ten per
cent 'attorney fee, the mortgage to
contain the isual receivershli) clause.
'Purchaser to pay for papers and
Stamps.
R. F'. DAVIS,
31-3t-A Trustee.
LIZERS
eliable Brand
tilizers.
)re You Buy.
. FRANKS
e Most
[TURE
pgt * I
are Open for
Your Home
v stocks offer. We are
ill be pleased immensely
a affered in home fur
pt off---come today---if
is. There will be no ob
part.
Full Showing
Oak Buffets
L..
it showing andl assortment
Iand1 663 In. buffets so com
that y'ou will find tihe ex
mne to match your .present
A big choice all~ per1iod
s and finishes.
loom Set
ill Lik~
ble and six straight chairs,
Swhere space is limited.
ate, and come finished to
ah finishes only.
Are you taking advate of
our liberal credlt sysem Re~.
nam~ .the chance Is yours to
enjoy af benefits anid comforts
the well'furnished home bringsa
you-eu our credit plan. Come
in and talk It over w#th~ us today.

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