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* . e.. LANFOtD NEWS *
.1L.anford, April 17.-Mrs. T. -.\M. Bur
n1tt and her little Sunbeam .band had
a public meeting Sunday morning and
ilyited all the Sunday School to re
main to obserye their Interest in the
work. The meeting was called to or
(er by Vice President Ruth Prinee,
who pdielsded in a very pleasing way.
Vivian Burnett acted as secretary, 11
lie -Mae Cox organish and the children
responlded in a very intelligent way,
conducting the ,progran themselves
M-ithout any blunders or grave mis
'lakes.- They were complimented on
ithe splendid way they presented the
We've lots t4
too; so read
have had in sola
get yours first.
full line of sam
ready know thi
One case new Rorr
colors, fast colors. S
iOne case new fancy
. fast colors, 32-inch v
Best quality of In
S4U-inch wide. $1.50
j ~ EmbroideredC
One big lot Embroi<
* 40-inch wide. All t
One big job-lot far
]tive patterns. Value 4
program. The offering was very l
oral and- the little ones seemed glad
to hoye a 'part in the worship all to
Rev. B. Murray Robinson filled his
regular appointment Sunday after
Millans were announced for the annual
C dren's Day celebration which is
a rys an occasion that Is greatly en
o ed 'by fond parents and lovers 01
Irm. Nannic Cox, lr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Curry and Miss '.\lildred Cox, of
'Ijaln Inn, were guests of Mr. and
QMrs 0. C. Cox last Sunday.
534. J. T. Blurgess and family visited
Nni 4)other and sister at Laurens last
show you this
this ad, come
1 prices first.
md by yesterday's ex
rhis is one of the n
ae time. A lot of ti
r and Saturday
will be with us Fridi
ples from the famou
s famous brand of
Latantee You a
per Cloth in fancy and solid
Dress Gingham absolutely
ride. Special for
iported Ratine in all shades,
values. Special this week
Irgandies and Voiles
lered Organdies and Voiles,
he new shades, going out
icy petticoats in all attrac
7.O. Special this week
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Odell and baby
'Nell have arrived from Atlanta, and
are guesi of Mrs. Ethel Lanford. Mr.
Charles Lanford, who has 'been spend
ing sone time With then In Atlanta, re
ttirned home iwith them, all naking
the trip through the country in their
. Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. 'Wlliais visited
relatives in Fountain Inn last Sunday,.
31r. and Mrs. H. C. Garrett and baby
Rachael spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. S. E. Riddle.
Miss 'Nina Lewis spent the week-end
with her schoolmate at Kinards.
Mrs. J. D. Johnson is in Spartan
burg spending.a few days with -her son,
'V r . 'W. JoIhison.
The 13. Y. P. U. had a very Interest
week, and lots o
right on and g
D r e s-s es
press one big shipm
iost beautiful lines
iese dresses are sam
n $19.50 Up
F, April 21 st ain
ty and Saturday of
is line of Schloss Brc
Fit or Your Mo
We have just receis
Silks, such as Taffeta;
and Crepe-De-Chine ir
making special prices oi
One big shipment new
shades, such as nude, li
tan and other colors.
' Straw Hat Season stt
the weather was not ju
will buy. this week.
Hats this week and w
and straws. Get them k
Suits for A
We are receiving. al
Suits for men an~d boys
leetions. Prices mosti
Laurens' Best Store
ing program Sunday night And will
have a business meetng Wednesday
night to make plans for a public meet
ing when the diplomas will be .pre
sented to those who successfully passed
on the mission study course.
Miss Mattie Moore, a student at tLau
rens high school, spent the tweek-end
with her mother, Mrs. Alice Moore.
Capt. J. W. Lanford was not well
enough to attend Sunday School last
Sunday and we missed his encouraging
words and presence.
Messrs. H. M. Johnson and Gilbert I
Cox made a business visit to -the tlriv
ing little .town of Clinton, Saturday.
Looso Loaf Ledgers, Etc.
Advertiser Printing Co.
f special prices
et the best of
hnt of new and high
of silk dresses we
ples, so come and
this week with a
s. & Co. You al
and how they fit.
!ed a big shipment of new
Messaline, Canton Crepe
all shades, and we are
ithese new prices.
v Silk Hose in all the new
ght and dark grey, black,'
rted last Sunday, although,
at right.. Most everybody
We. are featuring Straw
3 have all the new blocks
'efore the sizes.are broken.
50 to $5.00
len pnd Boys
most daily' shipments et
in the season's newest se
anteed at Our Store.
MA&JEOi YERN NEWS
Hickory Tavern; April 17.-The peo
le of this section are glad to see Mon- S
lay morning' bright and early. The
armers are iplanning for a -prosperous 1
vee s work.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Saxon and far'i
y have moved to Greenville.
We are all glad to have our now
ielghbors, .Mr. Burdyine and, family.
Ne hope they wil hol-p bring up gur
. Hickory Tavern school team crossed
lats with Princeton Friday, .March .7, 2
winning the third time, with a score of I
$4.00 Size u to. G,****
See.0 vhautifuloile op
Oe lst foi assi
One big lt neceiving]
hatsin ur Cloner Dea
whohven't prse t
halt i our stoinr bepai
k to '. . atteries: 'tekorg Tavern,
olt and Roer; -Princeton. Ridgeway
Mr. and MTrs, W. S. Bolt arid family
WnAt Atnady with -reiatives, at Dials.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ouierel spent
unday with R %1. Bolt
'he Quinine That Does Not Affect.
locause of its tonic and laxative of
ct. LAXATIVO BROMO QUININ1E
Tablets) ean be taken by anyone
rithout causing nervoqasless or ring
ig In the head. E. W. OROVVS~jg
ature on box. 20c.
There Is uo life of a man faithfull7
ecorded but is a heroic poem of
ort, rimied or unrimed.-CarlylI
;s2left going ot w
ot ofi w ekyfis
at Wastefr $3at0 windo
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