Newspaper Page Text
* NAUNIE NEWS
Warae, June, jujio 10.'Mr. C Y.
Craddock was greatly surprised wlhen
returning from hIs work on Thursday
evening to find that a nuiuber of hisl
friends and relatives had gathered at
&1% ionie with a )ig surprise-a birth
day dinner to remin( him that Fatier
Ikie had marked off another year for
dim. When the chores were all fil
isled (11n(d the (11111er hell was rung,
they marched itno the (illing room
whci >was beautifully decorated with
.vt bowers and sweet peas, an(l the
table loade(d with all kinds of things
good to cat. One of the many attrae
Uui was a huge angel food cake
which occupied the center of the ta
.ble. The dinner was greatly enjoye(
by all present.
Nr. and Mrs. Carl Bramlett and lit-I
to daughter, Ia, spent Sunday with
41hv forimer's parents, Mr. aInd lrs.
Mis.s Sara Owings spent. Friday with i
ier sister, Mrs. Earl Love.
Mir. anl Mr11s. S. L. M adilen and
daughter, Maud, vjent the iweek-en(d
with their daughter, Mirs. R. S. Maybinp
of Ware 'Shoals. I
-Mr. anid Mr Iis. M. D. BIurtoni, of Oak
dale, Tenn., were tile Sun aday guests of
Mr. an(l Mrs. F. H. 'Burton 'and family.
Mr. and Airs Edgar Atwell and little
tn, E'dgar, Jr., My. and Mrs. J. N.
Tinsley and little daughter, Frances,
als Mri. and Mrs. H-awkins an(l (laugh
ter Marion llpcnt Sunday with Mr. and
There's no joy in anythinj
pain, or if you have corn
Foot discomfort seems to
and you feel tired all over
Visit Our Foot Co
-and learn how thousands ol
callouses, bunions, weak ankl
fited through the use of Dr. Si
Don't let thisopportunity slipby
Come ins Ansytine-J
I "A GOOD PLAC
Old Tires N
When you have the
*it treated without del
if you wait it becom
* fyour tire has an ai
it to us at once? It, Ii
worse if you do not
vulcanize any type
* work is guaranteed.
Pay Us a Visit and L
, to Preserve
Mrs. W. M. Myers and family.
Mr. Roy 'Powers, of Georgia, was
visiting his uncle, Mr. Z. R1. Traynham,
'Misses LiOulse 'and Virginia Todd
spent 'W'ednesday with their grandfa
ther, 'Mr. W. P. Todd, who has been
seriously ill, but we are glad to re
port that he is -better.
Mr. T. G. Nelson, of Greenville, Mr.
and Mrs. A, V. Burton, 'Mr and 'Mrs.
Robert Gambell and family, and Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Sanders, of Narnile,
,were the Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Horace Nelson.
M rs. Walter Caldwell and (laughter,
Clara Bell, were visiting Mrs. .JoIn
Mrs. J. C. Launis, of Camden, spent
the week with 'her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Myers, before leaving for
'Ilickory, N. C., where she will spendl
Miss 10siher Craddock ded~litfilly
Imtertlinied Mlisses Ruth and Mthel
Bolt and Miss Mildred Burton at a
candy-muaking at her attractive home
Wednesday afternoon from foi o'clock
until six. All reported a grand time.
We are glad .t report that Mi'. 13en;
'iellams has i'etui'ned home after un
dergoing a successful ol)eration at tie
Mi'. B. S. Pinson, of Cross 11111, was
visiting in our midst recently.
Misses Blanche and Frances Ander
on, of Clinton, spent the week with
their grandfather, Mr. J. A '.Owings,
of Gray Court.
A crowd of young 1people from hei'e
went on a filing trip, to Yarborough's
[MIIlI Thursday. TIhey all report a
ises the feet, body and
rves. Supports the arch
ringily. May be wprn in
y shoe. Thousands are be
g worn by "foot-happy"
ople. Price per pair, $3.50
when your feet ache and
, bunions and callouses.
pervade the whole body
All next week is
F to 24
people suffering with corns,
e, (alien arches have bene
,hoL's Foot Comfort Appliances.
without doing duty to your feet.
Iring Your [riends
, S. C.
E TO TRADE"
es For Sale
toothache you have
ay. You know that
es worse and worse.
Iment why not bring')J
ke your tboth, grows
have it fixed. We
ofe tire and -all our
at Us Show You How
good "ole" time.
Mr. !Leslie Sanders spent Saturday
night with Mr, Claud MaDowell.
Mr. Vernon Myers, of Spartanburg,
spent the week-ond with 'his parents,
Mr'. and Mrs. V. M. -Myers.
n1 L.l rs. .John McNeir, of Augusta, Ca.,
sp,ent the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Crnddoek.
M's. U. 11. OwiIgs and children
spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. lanw-.
rence Waldrop, of Eno'ree.
MI. and Mrs. Dan Craddock and chil
(Irei, of F'oNnt'ain inn, speint Sunday
With the latter's parlnts, Mr. and
Mrs. Austin 'Bramlett.
IM r. .and .\lrS. 'W. L. Reid and famitly
entertaiied a number of friends Sun
* * * * * * * * * * * *4* *
J*N ES NiEWS *
* * +* * *' * * * * * * * *
Jones, June 17.-Mlasters William
and Walter Jenkins and EIarle Caine,
of Coluibia, are spending their vaca
ton Nit their graldpareits, IMr. iand
.\lr. W. T. Jones.
Atter a prolonged illness from
paralysis Capt. J. B. luinbert, of
Priiceton, zassed away on the 10di
iilst., and was buried at .it. Ulethel in
the presence of a large asseibly of
sorrowing relatives and friends. The
writer served on the board of directors
ot' the C. K. & V'. Rt. It. with him aid
while we failed to get the road tie
effort that Nwis put forth to bildW it
gave us the development of the mag
niflcent water power at Ware Shoals.
Capt. 'iumbert lived - a long, useful
and honorable life. .fie 'was a devout
layinan of the Methodist churlh, an
eminent statesman, an ardent patriot, a
staunch friend, a brave soldier, and
affectionate husband a fatner. It is
unnecessary to Indulge inI any more
culogfstic remarks of him for his life
speaks far more eloquently of him
than anything I could say. lie was
our warm friend and we sympatilze
-tenderly with his bereaved family.
M\laster Johnnie Norrell received a
goldi medal from the Ware Shoals
school for not having missed a day in
tile nine months of school.
1iss Sarah Mlartin, tile accomplisl
ed and attractive daughter of 'Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry C. Martin, Is taking a post
graduate course lin California.
Master James Guess, of :Hoiea -Path,
and 'Master Lewis Brown, of Ware
Shoals, recently paid Dr. W. T. Jones
an appreciated call.
Mrs. -Jerry C. Martin and daughter,
ISrah, of Mt. Gallagher, Mrs. J. C,
Gambrell and daughter, Mary, of 'Ware
Shoals; Mrs. T. J. .Beacham, Mr. and
Mrs. V. B. Riley and Miss Emma Me
Ninch, of, Rileys, IMrs. C. U Higgins
and Misses Carrie and Sarah liggins,
of 'Hodges, 'Miss Minnie Crane of
Greenville, and 'Mrs Dr. Townes Jones
and Mrs. Enmie Coulter recently paid
Mrs. Frank P. Jones very pleasant
and appreciative calls.
The friends of Mr. Elihu Dean will
be pleased to learn that lie is rapidly
r'ecoveing from a r'eceint accidental
Those whlo attended thle revival at
'Ware 'Shoals gi'eatly enjoyed tile splen
(1i( sermlons, inspilring singIng and~ de
Dir. .W. Townes Jones was in Green
wood last Monday.
Mr. and Mr's. John -Sims, of "Waer'
leo, visited their' daughter, Mr's. WV. T.
Jones, en the 12th inst.
Mi'. and Ml's. Char'lie .Mauldin, of
Anderson, recently visi-ted tile latter's
sister, Mlrs. W. T. Jones, Jr.
Dir. and Mr's. !W. T. Jones and son,
Walter, were In Gi'eenwood on tile
Miesars. A. C. George, Thios. and
'Wal'tei' Jones have good corn crop.
'We had a severe wind and, electrical
tsornm Wednesday morning.
Our warmi fiends, Mi'. Robert An
dei'son, of Waterloo, and John Davis,
of 'Brewer'ton, were in our midst r'e
Di'. WV. T., Jones andl son, Waiter at
'tended the funeral of Col. John 1-.
Wharton, of 'Waterloo, on the 15thl
inst. The funeral sei'vlce was con
ducted by is pastor', Dir. Graves L.
Knight, assistedl by the 'Rev. Lupo,
pastor of the iMethodist chui'ch. Judge
C, C. Fieatherstone, of Greenwood,
was called upon by Dr. Knight and
respoinded with a few apipropr'iate and
comfoirting remiairis. The exei'cises
wer'e interspersed with sweet songs
to assuage the grief of thle soroly 'be
reaved family iby tile chioi'. Tile un
usually large attendance attested the
universal popularity of iCol. :Wharton.
The floral offerings were exquisitely
beautiful, crave the indulgence of
'those who may read these lines, to
mia'ke a few personal remarks: Col.
'Wharton was a member of my father's
(Ca'pt. 'Mat. ' Jones) company of the
Civil War. He was our iwarnm friend
and we thor'oughly reciprocated 'his
genuine firiendship. If I am not mis
taken he~ only missed one of the pic
nica of the Jones high school in 20-odd
years and he contiributed his full share
to make hose anniual occasions a per
feet suiccess. II.ter I. was forced to
fiIeltt m0 yM t*iila apd ,eatood
anEadrnsmnniJ'na o nlao',
passed by the legislature to have i
rebuilt. An effort was made to pu
the 'bridge lower down the Saluda,
Col. Wharton said, "As MDr. Jones hatd
led the fight .to have it rebuilt, i
should remain1 whore there had been'
a crossing for mote than a hal' (en
tu Ir." All honor t o ilte iliimory 45
MY departed friendli. geial. Teni.
er~ti oil) pan ioll, warm-heai
friend, taniell patilot, eililnit sat
nm , tgallanlt soldier, aff'okojionae hus ,
hand anld father a-mi high-toned ('n.
I IenMan. I o.%% insliring amd ento'!,! il
StilI a life; lie was a ieiefactoir of ti
piamest type: what a rich legacy' h(
has becquaeatlied to hiis childen- Le
Its euitilate his Vittlies and reveve hit
Imeiiory. The tenderest yt ol
eve'ry on is 'elt for the1 heeaved ones
Viotlations ofi Iiarrisn Natrent O. Aci
('hi rg ed by dera l ( ra ti . r
Atlanta, .Jiite l6.--IniIIetment.
'largintg violation of the I ItIrisoi
iarcotic net were retireII d here toda3
by the feletal grand julr y aga inst th re
glards at the Atlanta federal penliten
liar' and tesli mony of witiesses it
5o(called paltroinage ('aSttes was then
Clarke Greer of \Igasta, a leade
in the *Ielitlieulican f'actioni inl Georgia
opponing .1. 1. -l'hilli!s. state ''hairilmni
anid severit letter carriers were tit(
first witn'ses.- called In the inquir)
into Complaints that oflielohalers
(Democra's as Well as epliblicans
had bten reqfuired to contribut e to
itepubilenn:1 "olduentional fum!il". Onl11
a few of the ..0 witnesses summonet
were h eard today.
J. I, n . .lohi B. Owen, aid R
We are aut
carry a full line
about your Ford
We have fo
Ford cars, such
sters. We will
of business and
We have in
ford as foreman
deal and have y
it fixed at the le
makes of cars, t
We also ar<
and keep in sto<
makes of cars.
ready to re-tire.
ing and will be
spect our stock
Insist on go
car needs irepair
parts to go in yc
Buy a .For
'1. Massey, guards at the federal pris
on, who were indicted under the nar
cotic act were alleged by federal ofi
Cers to have had a hand in smuggllng
di rugs in to prisoners. They were r(e
leased today under .A200 hail each.
Doan and Owens issucd a silned state
nient saylig the affair was a "dastardiy
fra mne- 1") and that "rumor. have
rtaied our ears to the effect that our
poitionsHae awanlted by ectatint poli
OIianIs who would like to fill the Sam1e (
with mIen fromi l ti own party.
Loose Lear Ldgers. lEte.
Adveetiser Println. Co.
For the convenience
patrons we have i:
Order Service. Ori
the store wiH be <
We are no further
mail box. Send us
horized agents for Fc
Ison tractors, trucks ;
of genuine Ford pa
at arty time in any p
r sale at this time, a
as Touring cars, Coui
be glad to have you <
look them over.
our shop departmen
who will see that y
our car not only wor
swest possible cost.
ractors and trucks ar
i agents for the well]
:k at all times a comj
Let us figure with y<
We are located in t
pleased to have you
>f Ford cars and acc<
tting genuine Ford i
s. Don't allow "boa
di and Save the
Z. WILSON, Mana
IORIZED FORD A(
GRAY COURT, S. C.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Eiriching the Blood. When you feel its
strengthenling, invigorating effect, see how
it brings color to the (heeks and how
it improves the ap)etite, you will thon
appreciato its true tonie value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic ii simply
lron and Quinine stispended in syrup. So
pleasant even cildiret like it. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich i%. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigor
ating Effect. 60c.
of our out of town
augurated a Mail
lers for anything in
:arefully filled and
than your nearest
i, S. C.
m ama nIP TTam
>rd cars and Ford
mnd chassis. We
rts and can ac
irt you may need
shipment of new
pelets and Road
:all at our place
t, Mr. 3. L. Lan
ou get a square
ked on, but have
We work on all
Ld guarantee sat
mnown Fisk Tires
>lete line for all
u when you are
he Wilson build
drop in and in
>arts when your
us" or imitation