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* LANFORD NEWS *
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'Lanford, 'May 22.-The quarterly
meeting of the first division of the W. A
M. U. held a very in Pu.: end help- ry
ful meeting 'with the 'Baptst church
here Saturday and Sunday. The 8
weather was pleasant and a good dele- to
gation iwas 'present. The splendid h
messages and deionstrations made the d
occasion one .long to be remembered.
We 'hope the good will be of lasting d
duration. Especially do we thank the V
Harmony delegation (nd Mrs. J. B. e
Cook for the the splen(lid lesson in g
"The Unfinished Task. of the Church" 0
and the demonstration of real .preslt a
day problems confronting Christian -v
leaders. Mr. iWalton Owings very ;v
kindly led the music with the sweet v
strains of the violin which was also .1
much enjoyed. The next meeting will e
be with the Durbin church.
The Gray Court Epworth League I
came over Sunday afternoon and pre- S
sented a most helpful program and as- c
sisted in the installation 'of officers inl
the nc.y league just organized at the,,
Methodist chucrh here. 'Professor E.
w Johnson, of .Gray Court-Owings,
i Misses Helen and Edna Gray, of
Woodruc, organized the league. Their
meetings will 'be every Sunday after
noon at 4 o'clock. All -the -young peo
ple of the community are cordially in
vited to attend these meetings. Eome i
of the other visitors wefe Mrs. J. 'E.
Johnson, Eugene and Charles John-1
son, IMisses Easterby and I~largareti1
Prof. Joe fBurgess, of Greer, spent U
Friday night here. He and his sister, I
LMiss Jenny Burgess, .went to Ashe
ville and Hendersonville to visit
friends and relatives for a few wceks.
Tile B. Y. P. U. had a splendid meet
ing Sunday night and are looking fbr
ward with pleasure to the rally meet
ing at Friendship next. Sunday.
The closing exercises of Enoree
school were presented Friday night.
A big crowd froin -here attended the
exercises and enjoyed them 'Very much.
After the exercises a surprise wedding
of one of the teachers, Miss Gertrude'
Brooker, of Swansea, to Mr. James
Patterson, was solemnizAe( at the par
sonage, surprising even the most in
timate friends. We are so pleased to
know that this happy couple are to
make their home in our midst, We
are glad to welcome them and offer
our heartiest congr'atulations and best
wishes for theiir success and happi
ness in their wedded life.
The Rural Iniproveient association
We are offer
Gingham and Vol
We have lots of N<
and Voile Dresses for:
tion this week at specia
$2.50 to $1(
,New Spring D
One group new Spr
in all new eqlors and si
from $25.00 to $85.00,
New Spring 0
One group new Spri
in all colors and sizes.
$10, 00 to $15.00,.going
All colors of impoi
the best quality mor
Price $1,50 theyadg
K ~89c the Yi
the new colors. Prics
ill meet Friday afternoon at the I
hool house. A splendid program has I
en arranged and we hope to have a
)od crowd and interesting discus
Mr. B. W. Johnson and family, of
rcadia, spent Sunday at the 'home of
r. 11. all. Johnson,
Mrs. Nannie Ciartin, twho has been
)ending several days 'with her daugh
r, Mrs. J, UR. Patterson, returned to
er -home near -Warrior 'Creek Sun
'Dr. Graves 'b. Knight made a splen
Id address Sunday morning and his
'ords of encouragement to the work
rs and leaders of the W"V. M. U. were
reatly appreciated. His hearty co
peration can well be depended on
long the advancement of every gooa
rork. le and Mrs. Knight, together
rith Rev. I. N. Kennedy, of Ora, were
nests at the hospitable home of 'Mr.
nd Mrs. -1. G. Parson Sunday for
Miss 'Mattie Moore has returned
ome after attending this session of
chool at the Laurens high school,
oiupleting the 11th grade.
WATERLOO NEWS *
'Waterloo, June 23.-Mrs. B. aI.
aanford, of Woodruff, spent a few
lays here last week with Mr. Rex
.anford and family.
'M1rs. E. E. Smith and daughter, An
tell, of Columbia, is visiting relatives
icar here this week.
tIrs. 'B. NM. Mayes, o" Greensboro,
4. C., visited her sisters here last
veek, 'Mesdames W. C. and J. H1.
Alharton, Jr., and Mrs. J. B. Mayes.
Mrs. J. C. Sims has purchased a now
?ord touring car.
Mrs. J. W. Holland has returned to
ier home at Gray Court after an ex
'ended visit to relatives here.
Mrs. R. E. 'Reynolds and sister, Lu
-Ile, of Winston-Salem, N. C., are vis
ting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
A. Nichols and family, here this week.
Misses Gladys Fuller and Mildred
Pennell were in Greenwood Thursday
The members of the Epworth League
with Iliss Janic Anderson as chair
man of social committee, report an
other social given at the school build
ing Friday evening. Refreshments
The many friends of Alr. 0. D. Na
'bors will be sorry to learn that the
Death Angel again entered his home
last Tuesday and carried away hlis
little son, Colie. The boy had suffered
'ing for your consic
you are considerini
buying. Lots of th
.voile Dresses just r
D THIS AND COl
tour inspec- A
1 price fromA
resses - We h
;yles. Price caps, I
going for these
Priced from We at
for fancy Sil
ted Ratlne, 150
ey can buy. / . Coati
ong special in f
or several 'weeks with a very severe
ttack of influenfa and although hav
ng carefti medical attention and pre
!aution, he yielded to the "hand of the
)nipotent", ,who doeth all things
ivell. The funeral service was con
Jucted by Rev. J. F. !Lupo at the ceme
-ery -here Wednesday afternoon at four
Mrs. 1. F. Dendy was carried to
the General -Iospital at Spartanburg
last Iweek for treatment.
* MT. GALLAGHER NEWS *
Mt. Gallagher, 'May 22.-The crops
in this section are looking well after
the refreshing rain of last week and
farmers are busy mwith plow and hoe.
The cotton -boll weevil has already
been seen around here this spring and
as yet we do not know how we are go
Ing to fight it but we are trying to
rush our cotton and see if that will
do any good.
We are indeed glad to have oftr girls
back home for the summer. The clos
ing of schools brings a flood of joy to
this community. MIss 'Fannie 'Mae
Odell of our B. Y. P. U. graduated at
West Greenville academy this spring
and she expects to enter some college
for girls this fall.
iBetween thirty and forty of our
girls and boys enjoyed a social Satur
day night given at the home of W. 1-.
Davenport in honor of Everett Daven
port, iwho is home from the navy on a
fifteen-day leave. Shortly after re
turning to his ship, the U. S. S. Ashe
ville, ;Mr. dCavenport expects to sail
for China and other foreign ports.
This trip will keel) him away from
the United States about two years.
Mlss Brooksie Davenport, of Gretn
ville, has been home with her brother,
Everett, since the 13th. She will re
turn to her work 'Monday, the 27th.
Mir. and 'Mrs. Bob Scott, of Prince
tion, spent this week with Mrs. Scott's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 'H. Hill.
Mirs. Frank Davise and little daugh
te, Frances, have returned from a
visit to the former's parents, MIr. and
Mts. Briam, of Smithileld, N. C.
'Irs. Nish Emerson is with her
daughter, Mrs. Finley, of Abbeville,
1who is sick at this writing.
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially.
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates *Very Pleasant to Take. 000
leration this week s<
g buying a dress in
ese are just from th
eceived. Among ti
4E GET YOUR PA
lot of new and high
These are the best
ave them for men,
ihoes, and other acc
while they are here.
e showing a big lot of
k Parasohs in navy, green,
ed and tan, price
5.50 to $11.50
yard spools J. & P.
i Spool Cotton, go
or . . . . . 5c
Lurens Best Store
Effeetlve May 8, 112", the Excise Tax on I
tubes, Is absorbed by the makers and Is n<
For Ten Dola
Cents -This J
MSM E 30x31/2 tire si
today is just this
The man who b
USCO at $10.90 i
fled in believing that his m
going farther in tire value
ever has gone or could go be
Naturally he appreciates tI
ity of USCO. That was esta
It is still fresh in his min<
USCO led the national me
into the $10.90 price range.
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The makers of U.S. Tires
always intended the 30 x
3 USCO to be the high
est value in its field.
At $10.90 it creates W
a new classification -
of money's worth.
United States 0 Ru
FjfiY three The Oldestan~d Largest
'tcortes Rubber Otgdueaitan in the
Where EUREKA DRUG C
you can J. D.
>me Very Special Bargaii
the near future, it will
e factories. Special pric
~ese are some of the fam4
(RT BEFORE THEY A
colors in Bradley Bathi
bathing suits on the mark
women and children; al
essories for your suit. 8
One bale 40-inch heavy Sh<
12 yards for $1.00
One bale 40-irich medium wei
Sheeting, going at
15 yards-for $1.00
---.Quality Made It So
'O WAR TAX
Inited States Tires for pissenger ears, both casings and
it added to the selling price. 1inied States Itubber ('o.1
rs and Ninety
3 Ox3 2
Vs Tires $1090
Two hundred and01
Vordd thirty-five Branches )V _ ar
.i. L x. Charge
0., Laurens, S. C. E. V. GOLDING, Waterloo, S. C.
SPENCE & COMPANY, Gray Court, S. C.
L. WALDREP, Lanford Station, S. C.
rs in our Ready-to-Wear De
pay you to see these special
-.es on all. Also lot of new
us Co-Ed line.
-RE PICKED OVER
A few Sport Skirts left in beau
tiful Shades. Worth up to $25.00,
ng while they last for
so New Spring Dresses
One group new Spring Dresses
ee in all colors and shapes. Priced
-$17.50 to $22.50, going for
Special Lot Dresses
One lot Silk Dresses from last
set- season in most all colors. Priced
up to $49. 50, special for.
New Spring Dresses
ght One group niew Spring Dresses
in all colors and styles. Priced
from $37.50 to $49.50, going for
All the high shades in perma
e nent finish Organdies, the very
best quality, 45-inch wide