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'l,;, . .- T he 11. Y' . P'. 1.
had a nio t interesting little proslam
Sunt1day evening but om1itted some11 par Its
of to diev more. tnme to evJ.\'
Aut in was Wired.t and ev11 e ryhd:iy
%vaI3 ox.gecr aild ;Ixi'Ils to h1ear lin.
JIii; di.scou rkle iwas much enjoyed and
the crowdei hlouse "ho wed him how hto
\Vs apprlec!hia)ted hCre. I I andI his
"vif!! s)on sail as Iissionlaries to for
eig n tields and14 our prayers and best
wishes will follow this yolnr Coutple
In their labors of love. lie was the
guest wh'ile here of .\lr. and M.\rs. Sam
SMiss Etolia Lanford and Mr. Bel
ton Lanford, of Greenville, are spend
Ing a feVv days with friends and reIl
"Mrs. *lugene Ferguson and little
daughter, Mary Lou, of Laurens. 'were
giest's of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. 'Higgins
Mrs. -1. G. Bloggs andi her two a' trae
tive little daughters, of Lincointon,
aro visiting her father, Mr. 11. M.
Johnson, and ot her relatives.
Mr. J. AV. .10111son and family and
INr. J. 1). Jolllson are visiting relatives
in Newton, N. C.
The Rural School Improv1emienit as
vociation 'will meet next Iriday after
noon at the school house. Mrs. J. M.
Fleming, Mrs. W. S. Prince and Mrs.
J. S. ilggins will have a most inter
esting prograin ready.
Rev. J. T. Littlejohn and family will i
visit Capt J. W. anford next Sunday
and will make al address in- the Baijp
list church during his visit here and
before they s.il for China as mission- I
'Mrs. Jess "Massy and little son, of
Rock 1111, Mrs. Stella Bomar, Miss
Etolia Lanuford, of Greenville, and I'Mrs.
L. G. .loore and little daughter, of
Spartanhlug. were guests of ir. and
Mrs. J. R. Franks last Sunday.
The prot ra-ted meeting will begin at
the Mlet hiodist churheli next 'Monday ev
ening. H t'v. it. M. Robertson preachced
Sunday afternoon a good sermon and
will be assisted in tihe meeting bly his
frield froi Georgia, whose wife and
Sonl will lead in the musiie.,
Misses l'auline Waldrop and Alar
.ga ret In1tmmo1n111d spolent the week- end
in Greenwood with Miss Ruth Wah I.
Quite a good many from here at
tended the e crenam supper at. Cen
tral school and we re delighited ill tlie
appearance of the new school build- 2
Ing now in (o.u'. of Co LI t1 n.
whil prolmi. t o Itodienll u.1 1a !
We are Offering
One lot navy blue al
up to $30.00; while they
Double and single r
fringe shape; special thie
Best quality 361inch P
ing this week for
19c per Yai
Best quality Madras,
up to 75c. Going out for
.-date a aay of the ruril schools.
Mr. T. M. 'urnett and family attend
!d the ione-coming day at Padgets
Ireek church Sunday and enjoyed
neeting with old friends again.
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V'\TTS '11.31's NIWS *
Wat E!! .. Att I.1.- -v. C. R
l'hom:is. o vlock Hill, was unan imm.ta
.' ca-' I I. :mstor' o" the buea .\vc
UI4? 1 . .. 0 chitilch oi Sunday tuorn
ng. We honoe to have Bro. Thoma
, the 'le!d at an early (late.
ll llettl iichards. our community
worker-, is now taking her vacation and
is OLiting her parents in Liberty..
Dr. it. 11. Walker and family left
atitrday night for a trip to Kentucky
iviiere they will spend awhile with
Dr. and Mrs. -L. E10. Bishop, Mis.
Rickman and daiuaghters. Mrs. Jessi
Burns and Mrs. Jennie McChray mo
ored to Hlendersonville on Sunday for
Mr. J. G. Gillespie will move his fam
ly to Drayton mill in -Spartanburg,
Ar -.Judge 'Caulton and little son,
foe, will leave one day this week for
L 1pleasire tril, to Lavonia, Ca.
Mr. Clarence Crow ,And family, of
'T.lon, visited Mr. and aMrs. Oliver
Vaddell, on Sunday.
'Mr. Walter Gardo and family,,went
o Greenville Saturday. The family
vit spenid a few days in Greenville
Mr. andl Mrs. J. C. Gaymar visited
clative., in 10noree on Sunday.
Miss May Garrott is now visiting rel
tives in Greenville.
HifKORY TAVERN NEWS *
.1ielcory Tavern, Aug. 14.--The wea
her has been very cool the past weel;
nd the boll weevils are doing dainage.
Mr. and Mrs. Clete Roberts spent
sunday with Mr. RI. al. Bolt and family.
Mr. John Brownlee spent Sunday
vith Mr. V. IS. Bolt and family.
MIr. Ralph ],(,agiue spent the w(ee(
ind with Mir J. M. Sumerel and fam
'Mr. Ru1ifiusi Wolff spent Sunday with
Mr. ltollon lloper spent his vacatio
vith homitfolks of this ('ommuniliiiity list
A nuiomir of young folks mlotorled to
lie intain. of North Carolina last
veek. All report a. nice time.
'for This Week So
1 wool Middy Suits, priced
nesh hair nets in cap or
ercal, go- One bi1
36 inches wide. Prices
* (GRAY COUtT NEW *
Gray Court. Aug. 14.-Sunday morn
ing little >Walter Clardy, Jr., the int'ant
.-on of i'lr. and irs. Walter Clardy
died a( their loie after i few days
illners. l.!ttle Walter was only seven
weeks old, butI will I)e greatly mnisedl
biy its parients. Sunday afternoon the
funeral services were held at Chest
nut lidge church.
The Willis girls of Greenville, visit
-ed their sister, Mrs. John Wells and
iother relatives in Gray Court, last
Mrs. John Cary BHolt - had a!; her
guest last week Misses Goforth and
Miss Jl-iller, after visiting relatives
,and friends in Gray Court, returned to
her home in Chariln Saturday.
.ir. Luther 'Willis, of Augusta, Ga.,
is visiting relatives in. Gray Court.
Mr. Walker Gray and family, of N den
section, spent Thursday with .\il. and
Mrs. Belton Owens.
Mins 'Lois Owings and Miss Virgin
ia Owings are visiting friends in Lau
rens tils week.
Mrs. Gus Owings and children spent
the week-end in Woodruff.
Mr. and Mrs. Belton Owens, D~r. and
Mrs. .1. W. .3eason, Mr. iHouston Babb
and family dined with Mr. and Mrs.
Langdon Brooks Friday.
Mr. Bob Moore and famliy,;of Ow
jings, spent Thursday with Mr. and
Mrs. Barlett Owings.
Aunt Jane Owings has rented her
home to Mr. Blakely and is now living
with hler brother near 1armoly.
'.MIr. Johnn Douglas and family spent
Friday night in Clinton.
The Misses Waters, of Fountain Inn
spent last week with Mrs. Ben Weath
NIr. Walter Clardy and family visit
ed in Chestnut Ridge section 'Monday,
'Miss Maggie staying down for the .pVo
tracted meeting there this week.
'T'lie annual Babb reunioni of the
late Melmethi and Mahulda Babb will
be held at Rabun Creek Baptist chnrch
on August 23, -1922 (rWednesday), and
everybody by that name is cordially
invi-ted to come and bring well filled
.baskets. The exercises in the morn
ning will open at 10:30 sharp.
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 day.
to induco regular action. It Stimulates and
ReguhaIt; Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
me Big hkeductions fi
the Special Prices MA
We Sport S
Wehave just recei
sport sweaters in the si
and all the new shades, p
One lot of gingham a
out at and below cost wh
i lot 36-irnch Pajama
cial this week
urds for $1.00
Big shipment of Cl
daily from Schloss Bros.
Including in these are lote
Boys see these for your Co
aurens' Bet- Store.....
Evan Burrows. Folniilna Allees ireach
of PromIise and Seeks Dia mnages.
Sa ra toga Springs, Aug. 12.---Ator
neya for 'iivan Blurrows l'ontaini, a
dance'r, sked Judge .Iliency V. Ilort in
lony1for. Cornelu.; V'd~i h:
!ey, I of lIIatrry P'a yneV Win to
::eecpt t:he "rv of a complain( iII
:i'rech'PI0 of promi)se' -a ('timi, whIich the
Iawv.yer told the co Iulrt t"he danticer has
brought against young Whilney.
Mot!on of the def'endant's attorney,
requesting delay unt-il documentrary
evidence could be secured, was grant
-ed, Judge Borst stating that he would
receive affidavits and other ducumentE
at iny time before itlieptember 9. Mean
while, he said he would reserve deel
sion on motion of Miss Fontain'.
counsel. Charles Firestone of Now
York, representing 'Miss Fontain, told
reporters .his client asks $1,000,000 on
the ground that. young Whitney aftei
aln alleged courtship lasting from May
25, 1919, to October 28, 1920, promised
on tho latter da.te to marry her Octo
ber 31 but failed to do so. Miss Pon
tain, lie said, is still willing to marry
11r. Firestone, however, inl present
ing his comblaint to the court, pro
duced a written manuscript and hand
ed it to Judge Borst, remarking, "This
is our complaint."
The action was characterized by
James A. Leary of Saratoga Springs,
nppearing for the defendant, as a
"bla.okmailing pl)ot." In an opposing
motion lie rcquested the court to de
lay decision until opportunity could be
given Whitney's attorneys to secure
aflidavits from persons living in Texas,
where le said, 'Miss Fontain formerly
resided. Explaining his request, Mr.
Leary said that the affldavits were
Iprported to show lie repitation mind
method of living of Miss F'ontain
while she was in Texas, adding that he
also desired to offer decttmentary
proof that the dancer had been mar
ried while there and that the mar
ringe had been annulled.
'Mr. Firestoen said the action was
begun a year ago, 'but had not been
made public because of the prominence
of mI e defendant. Negotiations for a
settlement proving mnaviailing, lie de
clared, it was decilded Thursday to
press prosecution of the case.
"Y'ou l k ab11; otui the, gowo-11db datys
and the fun *#)uu sed lth ve. \\'u-,
yon d1idn't ha.veovig iddures; but
we luu living. p;cture.-,ludge.
or Your Considerati
Che You are In Ou
ved a new shipment of
3ason's newest creations
riced from .
nd house dresses, going
le they last.
Heavy and medium w
bleached Sheeting, 40 inc
Special this week
7e and 8c per
othing arriving almost
and other famous lines.
of young men's styles.
liege Suits while we can
Quality Made It So
Nollee of Sile in Bainruptey
Pur3uant to an order of the court in
the matter of P. -. Bobo, Iankrupt,
Owings, S. C., I will sell to the high
est bidder at public autction for cash
.t the ':lae of btsineiss formorly oc
cupied. b P. IP . Bobo, Owiigs, S. C.,
en Friday. August I Sth, 1922, at 11
o'clock A. I.M., the entire stock of gcods
and fixtures;, Ford Coupe aud Rtecolv
abes of aild Bankru!)t. Stock and Ilx
.tures vAIll bo s-old In parcels and as at
trs iii ..hiiii jiiill~ iiid SI
The CW Battery
(Wood Separator) has
quality plate,. selected
cddar wood sabarators.
Built right, of all new,
Easily the best low
priced battery you can
Sizee to fit all cars.
and W I
on. Read the List ]
Bradley Bathing Suits
going at and below cost.
Gingham and R
One lot fast colored
Cloth. Price 25 and 35e, g
hes wide. Nice quali
Yard 8 Yar
Voiles and C
One lot fancy Voiles adi
wide, fast colors, price 50c,
wvhole. FIurthor Informationl can be ob
tained froun the Trustee at Greenville,
J. P. ABERNEYTHY,
SCu Ires Mahirla, Chills, Fever,
11 olons Fever, Colds and
Other sizes at
e Battery Co.
Ielow and Ask
for the entire family
ee these while we can
Gingham an'd Romper
:oing this week for
ty Bleaching just re
mills, 36 inches wide.
'ds for $1.00
:1 Organdies, 40 inches
going this week for