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* LANFORD NEWS *
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enford, June 2.-Rev. B. iM. Rob
ertsin illed his regular appointment
&tinday morning, preaching a most
\n.!resting serion to a large congre
-7Te /.jpwo- h 'League :met Sunday af
tenC:ouon and had their regular meet
AnY. they AUl give an Ice cream party
,it lke home of 'MIr. C. -j. :Waldrep Sat
-u.-day night. A very humorous pro
!gr-m is tbeing planned and enjoyable
'stemts for everybody. 'E0verybody Is
invited to attend iand enjoy the occa
* The U3. Y. P. U. had a 'large crowd
pre-sent. SuinJay night. Mr. Samuel
1amimond was in charge and all
Ewee present, taking their part. They
'wiU have a "ienic in the near future.
,Capt. J. W. Lanford, Mr. Mel Floin
ni and Prof. James 'L. Fleming have
Trcdurned home from Richmond where
- they attended the old soldiers reunion
.ad from ttere on to Washington and
otber imporant cities which was much
.fisses Cai rye Lou 'Higgins, Jennic
*B:urgess, ni'd Prof. Yates Waldrep are
Samong thmoe attending the summer
scbool for teachers at Wiinthrop col
-Mr. anti i\h s. 'Marion Bryson, of Ow
inms 'Station were guests of Mr. S. A.
dirs. Martba Herbert is Improving
somle, and :it j' hoped she will soon
irs. 'J. S. (Higgins 'has 'been very
mivk for a few days -but Is some bet
U-Irs. Othella J. ;Payne and Miss Es
delle Nelson, of 'lendersonville, N. C.,
.spit the week-end with relatlyes here.
i ir. 1IB. v'. Johnson and fahilly, of
Arcadia, viere guests at the .home of
Mr. C. IL. Waldrep last Sunday.
(Mr. Richard loore and family, 'Miss
Ruth and Nannie Mae Lanford spent
We bid for
Burns & C
] 1 dozen full size Jelly
this week's sale
S 50 Undershirts .... ..
$1.00 Union Suits, this
1 lot children's all.-le
$1.50; this week's sa
1 lot children's. White
week's sale ....
j Towels that wipes the
1 Palm Bea
* Men's Cool Palm Beach
* values, genuine Pa
i made. guaranteed, <
I Straw Hi
SMen's Dress Straw Hs
IA few Men's Panama I
r No. I Store 210
Suriaay with their parents, hr. and
MrG. U. J. Lanford.
Messrs. J. *W. Johnson and C. C.
Cox, vlipted homotoliks this week.
Mr. L. E0. Dorerty, of Texas, was a
guest fo ra few days last week at the
home1 of Mr H. .M. oJhnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter 'Odelle .have
returned to their home in Atlanta af
ter a .pleasant visit to their mother,
Mrs. E'thel Lanford.
Mr. W. ). Patterson has purchased
a now car.
Mr. C. A. Hattaway has rented the
residence of MIr J. D. Johnson and will
soon move his family from Georgia.
We are glad to have these new neigh
bors in our midst.
The beautiful tribute to Mrs. Willie
Fowler was read with great interest
and as she was well known and loved
dearly here we can say her life was
well speilt In fhe service of good forl
others and deserves a tribute of praise
and a worthy memorial to .her name
which was so 'beautifully and truth
fully stated fby one of her friends in
the last weeks' issue.
Mrs. 'J. W. Johison gave a most de
lightful lawn party -to the young peo
ple here Saturday night and quite a
large crowd enjoyed the occasion.
BY ILLINOIS JUltY
Governor Cleared of Conspiracy
Charge. Curtis Case Waits.
iWaukegan, 1Il., Gov. Len Small was
acquitted today of conspiracy with
'Lieut. Gov. Fred E. Sterling, the late
Senator Edward' C, Curtis and Vernon
Curtis, Grant Park banker, to defraud
the state of interest money on cnmblic
funds. The .pury was out one hour and
How many ballots thoy took Is in
question, different reports ranging
from two to nine. Following anounce
net of the verdict 300 spectators were
on their feet. Many poured over the
railing and into the bar enclosure.
Men shouted and whistled while wo
your business (
r you spend wit
.'s Red Iron.Ra
Tumblers, worth 60c,
week's sale ..... -....-. 69e
ather Sandals, worth
1e.-........ ..... ....95c
-Canvas Slippers, this
---- ...... --- 89c
world dry; Special this
Suits $15.00 to $17.50/
Im Beach Suits, well
mnly--_- - --....... ...$11.95.
ts.....-..-.....98c to $1.95
lats, closing out at... .$2.39
RED JRON RA(
men laughed, cried or clapped their
The governor, Mrs. PSnall, his sis
ter, -Mias Sue Small, and his' children,
Leslie and 'Mrs. Jack E'nglish, forced
their way through the throng and
thanked the Jurors one by one.
'While the Pury was deliberating, the
governor, confident of acquittal, dic
trted a statement to his private secre
tary, which said:
"iThe verdict of 'not guilty' is a re
-.ult I was always sure would follow
In the trial of the case against me,
and this for the reason that I knew
there 'was no guilt.
"I am partcularly desirous that the
people of the state of Illinois should
know fully 'and in detail each and
every transaction which was in the
hands of the persons who in)sired this
"The peol)le of illinois have their.
"I will return to my official duties
and if these .people who have been
seeking to dostroy my usefuilness will
take the verdict of this jury as a re
pudiation of their methods I will with
the help of God give to the people of
lilinois the obest administration of
which 'I am capable. Len Small."
C. Fred Mortimer, state's attorney
entered a motion to continue the case
of Vernon Curtis, indicted with the
governor, until - the October term of
court, and Judge Edwards granted it.
It is possible that Mr. Curtis may not
Fif For Young (1irls!--"-i have used
Hagan's Magnolia Balm ever since I
was 18 years old. I am now 48 and I
know from experience that it is the
beit and only reliable toilet prepara
ition now made that is absolutely fit
for young girls to use on their face at
all times, that it will positively remove
freckles and tan, and not toromote the
growth of hair or fuzz on the face.
Respectfully, (signed) Mrs. J. 'H.
Burke, Manse, Ghrrard Co., Ky." Li
quid face and toilet. powder-brunette,
white, pink, rose-red. 75 centts at drug
,gists or by mail. Lyon .Mfg. Co., 42
,Soa Fifth St., Brooklyn, 'N. Y.-Adv.
)n the ground o
h us. Cash is t
,cket Stores. U
Special Sale prices o
children's Slippers this s
Racket. -Bring the who
Men's Tan Ooze Plow Sh
Big line Toilet Water ']
1 lot. Ladies' Bungalow .a
full sizes; this week's
Special values in Sun
Organdies, Lawns and S
Japanes Fanis; Palm Li
Clsdout from a man
of Dress Shirts, $1.5
KET TWO EP
herbof, at 11 o'clock lit the forenoon,
to show cause, It any they haVe, why
the sa-id Administration jhould not be
Given undir my hand this 12.ti day
o0 Juno Anno fomini 1922.
0. 1. THIOMPSON,
-18-2t-A J. P. 11. C.
No Wornis In a Healthy Child
All bhiiren troubled with Worms have an Un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood. and as a
rule. there is moto or i eSs stomach diSttifbance.
GROVE'S TAS'lELESS CHILL. TONIC given regu
arly for two or three weeks will enrich the bloodt
Improve the letilon, and act as a general Strengrth
enmin Tonic ta the whoeW system. Nature will then
throW off or dinoel t he worms. and the Child wil The
in portt healtb. Plesiant to take. 60t per bottla.
dly Store will open in Lau
L. Moore and Jas. H. Mo
e located in the former
ck on North Side of Pub
r, representing the comf
ks in the interest of the
worth of mere
xt works wond
$1.50 Alarm Jlock....
$1.50 Watch; be on hand ai
A dandy good heavy blue (
this week's sale ....
1 lot Men's elastic seam Di
this week's sale.
Best grade Pincheck P~
Men's good Blue Demin 4
jack-............. - .......
Don't fail to see our 10
Dress Ginghams and o
y ard ............ ... .........
2pc quality, 36 inch wid<
Dresses, Bungalow Apro:
Your last chance to buy,
8 I LU1EN
Citat ion for Iettcrs of Atlint li ration
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
0i . U. Th~ompsonl, Prob-0ateJuge
Wheens H. '13. 1 ilumbert. .11no. B.
Ilunbert, Eimma L. Nash and 'Alary T.
Sullivan, have miade i suit to mae, to
grant them -Lettera of Adiinalstration
of the estate and effects of Joseph 13.
These are therefore, to cit and ad
iuonish aill and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Joseph 13.
Humnbert. deccased, that they be and
appear beforte ne, in the court of pio
bato, to be held at Lauren Court
House, Laurens, S. C., on the 28th day
of June, 1922 next, after publcation
The Piggly Wigj
ust 1st, with Lil
The store will b
the Simmons ble
Mr. W. E. Parke
here several we(
F a full dollar's'
he big lever tha
n men's, women's and
w'eek. Come to Red Iron
le family and let ,us shoe
oes. $2.25 Shoe this
'alcum Powders. Special
i~prons, nicely made,
sale.......................7 9 c
imer Dress Goods, Voils,
ufacture assorted lot
0 values; this week's
ti 'r e Non
University of South Carolina
ENTRANOE EXAMINATION 4
'lntrance examinatious to the Uni
versity of S.outi Carolla vill be held
by the County Superintendent of Edu
cation at the County Court 'Houso Fri
day, July 14, 1622, at 9 a. ni.
The University offers varied cours
es of study in science, literature, his
tory, law and business. Tho'expens
es are moderate and many opportuniv
ties -'for self-support are -afforded.
Scholarships are available.
For' full particulars writc to
President W. S. Currell,
University of South Carolina.A.
Columbia, S. C.
*cens about Aug
ore as managers.
Terry stand in
>any, will remain
nd get one----98c
Jheviot Work Shirt,
Irawers, 75c value,
mts, this week's
)veralis, a cracker
e cou iter of Veils,
ther weaves, per
--------- --- -10c
a Percales, fine for
ris, Shirts, Blouses.
per yard ...... -.1c