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* LANFORD NEWS la
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Lanford. 'March 27.--ITh- (uarterlyib
meeting of the Enoree Circuit con
vened with the "Methodist church here!s,
Saturday and Sunday and was one of
unusual interest from various stand
pLknts. First, the new Presiding
Elder. Dr. W. A. Fairy, proved his ef
Sciency !n presidi' - and the different
lphases of their work showed marked
activity along both spiritual and tem.
poral lines. Last, but not least, the
sumptuous feast spread before the as- w
semblage surpassed all former occa
sions and all was pronounced a decid
ed success. The choir 'also furnished 15
sone splendid music which was high- u
ly complimented by all lovers of good
'Mr. J. N. Gaines and family of Greer, b
were guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. T. 'N. Bur-T
nette and family last Sunday. .
Last W"ednesday a splendid six room
house oti Nr. J. 11. Patterson's planta
tion -xas entirely destroyed by fire.!*
The tenant. with help, succeed(ied in'*
saving most of his household effects.
Mr. and Mrs. lon Burns, of Blarks- S
dale. were guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. J.
The Rural Improvement association
met at the school house Friday after
noon with quite a large crowd of in-:t
terested Zentronis present. The pro
gram was on St. Patrick Day. Roll
call was answered with humorous Irish
jokes, comic ixedding ceremonies and
toasts on Ireland. The origin and sig
nificance of the day was told by Mrs.
J. S. Higgins. A contest on St. Patrick's
(lay, conducted by irs. C. 0. Cox an(
Miss Footnmn. An old Irish love song
by Mrs. C. L. Waldrep and Mrs. t.
Cox closed the program. We hope to
have a very interesting debate for the
Mrs. R. 11. Ilunsinger and children
have returned to their home in Gas
tonia, N. C., after spending some time
here with Mr. and 'Mrs. G. .. Harlai.
We regret to see them leave.
Mr. H. W. Johnson and fanilly, ,f
Arcadia, and M\r. Vance Johnson were
guests of their parents, last Sunday.
Mrs. C. L. Wadrep spent Monday
in Greenwood with her sister, 'Mrs.
Othella J. Payne.
.mrs. J. B. Williai'-s entertained in
In honor of the teacherS. recently.
Misses .Belle Patterson and Nannie
Lanford also enjoyed the occasion
Misses Pauline and Margaret Wal
-drep and Lenora and Annie Mae Pat
We have one b
in all colors that is il
newest shades and i
All Skirts priced $10.0
All Skirts priced $12.E
All Skirts priced $15.4
All Skirts priced $17.(
All Skirts priced $22.4
All Skirts priced $29.1
All Skirts priced $35.4
rson were guests last Sunday of X
sses Josle, 'Lona Mel and Leah Wil
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper, our a
w bridal couple, were entertained
Misses Leitha and Ruth Cooper c
th other members of the family last
rhe Wonan's Missionary society met c
turday afternoon and heartily ar
oved the invitation of the next meet- 0
g of the W. M. U. to mect with them s
t the third Saturday in Ma:. h
Mr. and Mrs. J. Willie Henderson1
id little daughter, Evelyn, of Lau- b
ns andl Miss Carrie Fowlrr. of Ora r
ere guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
rummond last Sunday.
Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Howard and
Itle daughter were zmests last .C
rday of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams.
The B. Y. P. U. had a very inter
ting meeting Sunday n'ght and will',
gin their study course Monday nigh,.
he class promises, to be full and with
iss Ruth Cooper leader, we are ex
ecting good results.
EKOM NEWS *
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Ekom. March 27.-We have hadi fine
pringtime weather for the past week,
nd the farmers were getting every
hing ready for plowing. but Sunday
ight there was another rain which
ll prevent further work for several
Mrs. Margaret Moore celebrated her.
'ighty-first birthday Sunday. Those
wesent were Mr. W. L. Cooper and,
namily, Mr. A. R. Thome and family.
dr. and Mrs. S. M. Cooper and Miss'
derle Higgins, of Donalds.
Mr. T. J. Cooper. Mrs. Il Culbert
*on and Mrs. J. G. Cooper have teen
right sick. but we are glad to report
ill of them better.
Mrs. Carl Culbertson and chidren
tre right sick -xith flu..
We are very sorry to hear of the
ness of Mrs. T. H. Burts. and hoP-e
that she will soon be better.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Coorr and
granddaughter. Miss Mer'e H'its.
were callers at the homes of Mr. T. J.
Cooper and Mrs. Lou Cu :.erton Sun
Mrs. L C. Culbertson and daigh.ter,
Miss Myrtle. and Miss May Madden.
were shopping in Taurens Saturday.
Little Miss Milwee Cu -.ertson spent
Saturday nght with little Miss Eve
Mr. Douglas Cooper and family
spent Saturday night with Mr. and
>r you this weel
best of these be
ig lot of Silk Sport Skirts
ai keeping with the Spring
0 going out for......$ 4.98
'0 going out for.-..$ 5.98
)0 going out for......$ 6.75
10 to $20.00 going for $ 8.75
10 to $25.00 going for $11.76
50 to $30.00 going for $12.75
)0 and up going for...$14.75
~dto Miss These Si
Irs. Wilson Cooper.
Mr. Hosea Walker, of the Brewer- t
)n section, sijent the day with 'Mr. a
nd Mirs. Floyd Godfrey recently. I
Rev. J. P. Coleman visited in our
ammunity last week.
'.fr. and 'Mrs. Tom 'Pitts, Mfiss .*ag- f
ie Coley and Mr. Kelly Cooper nwere
allers in our midst Sunday.
A gloom of sadness has been cast
ver our community on account of the
- dden death of 'Mr. J. T. Walker. ic
ad always lived a quiet, Christian
ife, and was one of the leading mem
ers of Union church. He was chair
ian of the board of deacons and
reasurer of the church, and In his
eath our church and community have
Dst a good and useful man. To each.
f the bereaved ones, we extend our
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MT. OLIVE NEWS
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Mt. Olive. -March 27.--\r. eronard
ditchell experienced a painful a-(I
langerous accident last Thursday
.vhile trying to shoot a hawk. With a
-hot gun in hand h.e was trying to slip,
.p near enough to the hawk to get t,
R;ot a. him. keiilng his eye on thei
tird and not noticing the land on
which he was walkig, when his foot;
became entangled in a bending bush'
and he fell. In some way unexplai
able even to himself. the gun was dis
charged the load entering his left foot
and cutting off the big toe and a por
tion of the fcot above it. He was car
ried to Ware Shoals at once :where a
surgical operation and other necessary
treatmen- was administered by Dr.
Workman. He is now resting easy and
it is hoped the wound will soon heal.
but it is feared the limb will be some
Mr. W. E. Washington, who has
e teaching the Retreat school in
Oconee county near Westminster, re
turned home Friday. He will have a
vacation of three r.:onths, until July.
fron which time the remaining term
of the session will be taught.
The death last week of Mr. J. Frank
Walker was a shock to the entire com
munity. Mr. Walker was one of the
zest men and most noble citzens we
ever kr.e-. He was or.e of the few
concerning whose ife we 7'r kneix
ror hrarl anything un
Strictly honest. dscree: and p i
held himself far above anything little
or 1ow. Though plentiously literal
in his regard for others, yet firmlY
boyal to his own convictions. Fixee
on truth and integrity his life wa
L 1 IO
t. Note the att
A few Spring Su
last season, going spe
One lot Suits worth uj
One lot Suits worth up
One lot Suits worth up
special for..- -.....
One lot Suits worth up
One lot Suits worth up
6 yards Best Quality P4
13 yards 40-ideh heavy
pelal Prices We arn
ENS' BEST STORI
bove reproach and worthy of emula
Ion. Without an intimate acqiuaint
nce with Mr. Walker one would
ardly know his worth, so reserved]
/as he in manner. No community
an be deprived of such a man .- ithout
eeling the loss of a noble character.
'he deceased was 54 years of age
.nmarr!ed. the magistrate of Water
Do township for the last nine years
deacon in Union Baptist church. an'
man esteemed by all who knew him
Miss Mary Taylor, one of the. M,
)ive teacher:, is at home a few ]ay
ecause of the death of her littl
orother who passed away Sotuirda:.
kight at their home at Prineton.
Copeland School Ionor Will
First Grade--Kari Senn.
Sec'ond Grade-David 1a:e.i. W,.
Third (;radr--Edith Ohorne
Four-h Gradr-Ruth colroman. Dor
>tby Co:,eland, Lora Bll Hfarmonr
J. ). F--nn. larold .nn. B'n S*n
Belle Pri-c. Ida Mae Pri'e. Be'
Teagu C. F:ances Teavie.
Seven'.h Krde -s tell PI:
Charle-.;z F-nn. Virginia S.- nn.
Eighth Grade-Harry Nesi>.
Nir-h Grad--J nnie S'n -
A ch: d can sare' by a- R-d I.7
Racket: samr~e goods for : mn
J. C. BIrns & Co. rrakes it
S" T HE MONVEY YOL'
You don't like rep
you have a job of n
Insisit on "T &, W ate-"
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tify it by th;s re.a:k.
The true "Wood ]
GET IT. Identify
insisting if necessar
Write us for list of FRj
and no substitutes" fre
YOUR LOCAL DEALER W11
ractive prices 1
its in high colors from
to $5.00 going out,
to $10.0 going out
----- ---- $3.75
to $15.00 going out
to $20.00 going out
to $35.00 going out
reales for ...........$1.00
quality Sheeting for.$1.00
e Offering for This
..... . .....
No nrld iuffering any rnore with ea
tarrh. The Laurens D~rug Co. guaran
tecs that it a H1yomii 0 utfit dloe not
reIive you, they will pay for it trk-n
RCed Ircn tacket Stor'. , .J. C. I'll
& Co. u ndcer b, i:y. nder i or'. or rl]
for aamr- mony: -a :r. i f,: li<
Cmle'% 10ptoe..1anvanl1 ils he 1lielofr
f(or Nor n i r:-e t Whi.
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DONTH)lE OO SETEORNAL
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fistc ts lubrbyteabv
eybuldgor yurmplete qualty
jo FLNSfo it r by uiings -u nter~
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'*SUPYTO. HE HSOD KERNUGH
One lot of Silk Di
I in Messales, ceorgette
Taffetas and other r
$50Oo. Special this
One lot Wash .A
pink and blue. Wort
out, extra special for
Week See These a
DE IT SO"
Nabitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 )ays
"LA -FO 'ITII PESN"i a specially
prepared Syru ; Tro:ic-La xatve. for Iabitual
Uonstipatio~n. it relicves inrrnptly but
shjuid be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induc.zc re'utar az'n. It Stimulates and
The Most Profitable
Acre on the Farm
WOOD-' C?)P EPECTAL,
T.W.WOOD & SONS
. '"'.14 h St, Rirehraro nd, V a.
'AIRS IS ALL PROFIT."
anyone else, so, when
tst-be" repairing, make
t." SEE THAT YOU
:rade mark. (Do a little
mntirne insiit cn "CYPRESS
at ; - e y.nu buy. Addrcss
ePRESS LET US KNOW AT ONCE.
esses in rnost all colors
Crepe, Canton Crepe,
riaterials, worth up to
liddies Suits in white,
h up to $15.00, goin~g
nd You Will Buy.