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Mrs. J. G. Brown, of Greenwood, yas
a visitor !un Laurens last week.
Mr. Will Moore has returned from
a visit to Columbia.
Miss Anna Wallace has 'left for
Stoneboro, where she will teach tbis
Miss 'Cornelia Wallace has left for
Limestone college, where she enters
the senior class this session.
.Miss Pearl iMartin left-the 15th for
Summerton, where she will teach this
Mrs. Lester iL. Knight, of Ports
imtouth, Va., is visiting her parents, Mr.
and -Airs. C.'H. Ropcr.
'Miss Elizabeth 'Owitzer -spent the
week-end in Spartanburg with her
brother, Mr. '. C. S2witzer.
Mrs. F. P. Dhildress and little daugh
ter, June, have returned from a visit
Mrs. W. '. Ferguson returned Sat
urday from a visit to friends in New
Mrs. Jan0 Parks, of Greerwood, han
been visiting her daughter, 1Mt's. S. 1).
Col. Ii. Y. Simpson with M'rs. Simup
soil and .\liss Leila Wikes stent
Thulitrsday in Greenville.
\ir. 'Rice Nickels returned Friday
from a visit to Haltimore and New
Miss Lucy 'Darlington, of Allendale,
arr'ived Tuesd.y for a visit to ir. and
.mt's. T. 1). Darlington.
.\jigs .1osepine Knight. left last week
for Kanpapolis, N. C., where she has
accepted a school For this year.
Mr. John 'Alillecr, of Whitire, wvas
animoitg the visitors in the city the first
of the week.
M ri. Elliza'beth liarms, of Tyneh
utrg. Va., Is visitinlg Mr. and Mrs.
Frank McCravy oni WVest Main street.
.\Miss Alma Coleman. who is a stu
do-t at G. W. C., was in the city Sat
uirday for the Padget-t-ittle wedding.
Eitmmett Jessee lelt Friday for Co
lulbus, Ohio, wlere lie will enter the
fresh-mat class at Ohio State Universi
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Copeland had as
their guest last Thursday and Friday,
their aunt, Mrs. L. -11. \Yatts, of Coro
'Mrs. J. Moore 'hirs and little daugh
ter ,have returned to Abbeville after
visiting IMr. and firs. 11. H. Wilkes for
iMrs. Robert Roper is staying tem
porarily with her parents -Mr. and' 's.
.liouston -lper while her husband is
traveling. for the Glass 'Factory.
.Mir.- Jamen 1. Tirerry left last week
for Fort 'Deflance, Vi,., to take up ihis
studies at the A. -M. Academy for an
A other year.
Dr. Frank Simpson, of Pittsburg and
Messrs. McGilvary and 'Paul Simpson,
of Glenn Springs, spent Friday with
Col. 'Henry Simmson, it Laurens.
Mr. and -Mrs. 0. B. Simmons and
sIha 4ouise- Simmons leave by auto
mobile today t' Sanford, FIor'ida,
whercie they wvill spend te winter.
Mr. and Mr's. C. M. Clarke had as
their guests for the wveek-entd Mr. I~d
ward Hat't, ,Miss 'Lila 'Hart and Miss
Ellen Watson, of Greeffville.
'Mr. 'Damon Gosque left last nyeek
for Pert Gibson, Miss., wvhere lie has
alccepted'a .place on the faculty of the
Chamberlaitn Hunt 'Militai'y A cademy.
Mi's. 'D. 0. Ru-ckmnan and two daugh
ters, Pautline and Iteba are expected
to ari'ive in thte city today to visit Mrs.
J. A. P~. Moore and otlther relatives.
Mr's. HI. K. Aiketn, Miss Sai'ah Bishop
and Mr. Rober't McCueni returined 'Sun
day from pavidson, 'N. C., iwhere they
attended the Davidson-Elon footb~all
Mr. Hugh Aiken lef~t Saturday for
Ithaca, Newv Yor'k, to t'esumo his stu
dies at Coi'nell IUiversity. 'He will
complete his 'wor'k for tile 'Pht. D. de
-gi'ce it Chemnisti'y this year.
The tWednesday Clutb will have its
opening mbetin'g with.dirs, Geor'ge M.
'Wright Wedtnesday afternoon at four
o'clock. 'All members aire urged to be
The J. B. Ker'shaw chiaptetr of fte
U. D). C. will meet Tuesday afternoon
at four d'clock with Mrs. HI. W. Birk
head and"Miss Nancy Sitgreaves at the
home of (fie latter.
IMr. IH. C. Fleming, wvio underwent
an oporati6n at a Columbia hospital a
few wveeks ago, was well enough to-be
b'rou~ght home - Dunuday a'ad Sa now ra
'The friends.6f lMr. if. 'W. Butrkhead
Swill be s9jry to learii that he has giv
en up his .place here with the .City.-Vul..
canizing IPlant *andh has gone to eani
ford, Flu,, to enter a similar line of
SMiss I!~izabeth Moseley left a few
days 'ago for Now York where she will
teko shit tot' England to pursue a
coure of attidy 'this year at Oxford
Univerity, whtere -'her brother, Mr.
Illifwin Moseley -is a Rhodes scholar1
'r. arq 'Mrs, Fei%$ Coleman~ Mre
lIa .Coleian, of Skltida, Mrs. 'Sul
,. fo~mnnpnad dafupljter,. Miss IEmily
v" mar .of '. resw H1111, 'Cnt the
~; ielkend th zA. and. Mrs. iB. B.
Ing in Rutherfordton, N. C., was a
Visitor in the city Monday, having
come up from Cross HIl1ltwhere he has
been visiting relatives for several
days. 'Ils many friends here were
glad to see him again.
ipiworti League Musical Postponed.
The musical which was to be given
under the auspices of the l'pworth
feague at the First Methodist church
this Thursday has unavoidably been
postponed until next week. Announce
ments nwill be made later.
Recepilon for Teaehers
At the spacious .home of Mr. and
Mrs. -11. 'Douglas Gray on South Har
per street, the Civic League gave a
large and elaborate rectption Tuesday
afternoon from 4:30 to 6:-30 o'clock in
honor of the teachers in the city
schools and the nurses of the hospital.
Their guests, who numbered more than
two hundred and fifty, included the
members of the Civic iLeague, their
friends, the trustees of the school, the
doctors aid ministers of' the city.
The three rooms of the lower floor
were thrown open for (lhe occasion and
were beautifully decorated in various
autumn flowers. Aspecially lovely
was the dining room where a yellow
and purple color scheme was carried
out, aeters and Michaelnius daisies be
Tie gus'sts were met at the door by
'Mrs. Douglas Gray, Mrs. W. 1). Fergu
son and 'Mrs. Albert Dial. In the re
cCiving lilne beslide the teachers,
wore: .ir. Ii. W. Gasque, sulterintend
ent of the schools, and Mrs. Gasqiue,
Mrs. .J. S. 13nilett. president of the
Civic League, 1)r. Rt. P". lughes, Dr.
W. 1). lerguison 'Rev. Thomas Rideout,
.Miss Saflle Gossett; lie county nurse,
and tile two nurses at the hospital,
Miss Elimily Collins and .liss Sallie
Watson. In the left reception room
tile receiving line was continued, irs.
W. L. Gray, vice-president of the
league, heading It here.
In -the hall helping to introduce the
guests were :Mrs. .1. 1. Watts, Mrs.
Ernest Easterby, Mrs. h3. C. Crisai, Mrs.
Al. H1. fiunter, Mrs. Fleming Smith and
Mr1s. James Sullivan,
ilfAuring the afterno n lively music
wias furnished by a three-piece or
chestra, consisting of piano, played by
Miss Sarah Rat-harine Barksdale, vlo
lin by Mr. David l3urnside and (idrui,
by Mr. Clarence Albright.
In the dining roomni Mrs. George
Balle and M.rs. Ose Anderson presided
at a lovely table covered iwith a beau
Alful lace and envbroidery table cover,
over yellow satin. Frozen orange
plinch with cakes and yellow and
white mints composed the refresh
ments. .lrs. T. J. ;McAlister, Mrs. IM..
D. iibson, Mrs. Edgar Barksdale, lrs.
L. M. Easterby and Miss Sadie Sulli
van assisted in .t-he dining room, helped
by several children, -including Harriet
and Margaret Gray, Harley Mahaffey,
and Caroline Hudgens.
Card of Thanks
We wish to extend thanks for the
many kindnesses shown us during tile
illness and death of our wvife and
mothler. WVe are deeply appreciative
of each thought for us. We also wvish
to extend thanks for the beautiful
-J. C. Smith and 'Family.
Waterloo, S. C.
Meeting of Wintliop Daughters
T~le Winthrop Daughters will meet
Thursday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock
with 31iss Bottle Rich-ards at the home
of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. *W. Todd, Jr. Tils
wvill be the fIrst meeting of the fall
and .a full attendance is desired.
Notiee to Automobile Drivers
Take notice that on and afteir the
first day of October the ordinance as
to the lights en automobiles and
trucks will be strictly enforced. No
cars or trucks nvill be0 allowed to ruin
without twvo good lig'hts.
By order of the !Mayor,,
.J'AS. T. CR~dWS,
Chief of Police.
When Ilarry do. Windt visited. the
Siberian Ost'iaks ho found ti'at they
calculated 'quite' long' distances ' in
terms of k ettles, Qn 'almost. identical
custom atthe' other end of Asia. If a
journey was fye )ttids -foag. na ez
plorer found they meant that it would
take as 10ng ;asm It would tQ l19I4 .$ve
kettles of ?dlG Witter in succession.
Fit for Yoiw A irs-"I )ave sp~edl
R~agan's Ma ntdhIa Balfn dier 'sihce I
was 18 yeur IqdU Mtm aw.48:and I
knowv from experience .that it is the
best and enly reliable Ilet prepara
tion now, mageo that, is bsoiutely .fit
for young gir lsto use on heir face at
all times, that it wil-l posit ely remov
freckles and tan; and not romate t
growth of 'hair or-fuzz on t e face. e
spetfully, (signed) Mr's. J U.'B ko,
Mne(lrrard Co., Ky." . Aqui face
~k~.red. 70 cohits at 4r0,ggists
o'by. nai. 'Lyon Mfg.:Co,, '42. So.
IT MAK1ES LEATHER~ TO $TND
EKOM NEWS *
10kom, Sept. 25.-Everybody is busy
now gathering up their crops. Corn
is very good but the cotton crop is
D'r. J. G. Cooper, who has been quite
sick for the -past Iwo months, we are
glad to report is Improving. lie is
now able to 'beup and around some
and has been out to ride a few times.
:We are sorry to report Mrs. Mar-i
garet Mloore not so well.
Mr. and Mirs. H. 1S. Wallace spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs.
Jeremia -lamilton and son.
Mr. A. tR. Thome and sons spent
.Sunday with Mr. Floyd Godfrey and
Mrs. T. J. Cooper spent the week
end with relatives in Laurens.
Miss -Maggie Coley visited Mr. L. C.
Culbertson and family Bunday.
Miss Evelyn Culbertson left W~ed
nesday for Limestone. college.
'Miss Nell Pinson is attending school
at Laurens. Mr. Alton Burton is also
in school at Laurena.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Culbertson and
little Martha tand iMr. Carl Culbertson
sienit Sunday with Dr. Cooper and
Ar. and Ars. T. J. llrissey and Mrs.
Allie Culbertson anud daughter, .\i isa
-Myrtle, visite(l Mrs. Lou Culbertson
and daughter Sunday afternoon.
Messrs. Clarence Burton and Pres
ton Jacks were (inner guests of Mr.
Walter Brissey Sunday.
Mrs. Lurailio IMoDaniel and chil
dren visited Mr. and Mrs. .J. Porter
E lledge -Sunday.
Mrs. Lou Culbertson celebrated her
seventy-fourth birthday on last Tues
332 LADIES' FINE CLOAKS, $5.001
TO $25.00. J. C. BURINS & CO.
in such choice d
and elegant api:
can be made a
State. Our pri
lay, 19th. Those present to take din
ler with her were 'Dr. and .Mrs. J. G.
Jool)Cr, Mr. Douglas Cooper and fam
ly, 1Mrs. Allie Culbertson and daugh
e0ra, 'Misses Myrtle and Evelyn.
NEW FAiL SWIEATElS-iIl'l'lT
PRIM4i AT ,J. C. BURNS & 00.
Satemetmii. of the ('onditOin of tle
LocIted at, Oray Court, S. C., at the
close of busiuess Sept. 15, i12d.
baoans a. j 'Discounts .. .$131,336.07
Dverdrafts .. .. .. . 978.13
Furniture and Fixtures . 1,928.20
Bank lig louse . . . . .. .4,129.25
Due from iainks and Blaik
CIS -.. .. .. .. .. .. 7,672.52
Silver and Other Coin . .. 239.09
Checks and <Cash. Items . 501.17
Other Resources, viz.:
Cotton paid for and 'Drafts
uncollected ...... .. 2,852.85
Capital Stock 'lkid In.. ..s 50,O00.00
Surplus Fuld ........ 5,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Cut
*lnt 'lJxpenses and Taxes
Individual Depoi jts Subject
to Check .. ..$37,185.5.1
Timei Certilicates of i)e
posit .. .. . .. 50,7 19.40
Cashier's Checks . 577.12 88,I.t;
Bills Payable, including Cer
tilicates for 1loney :1 or
Total. .... .. .. .. ..$157,825.58
State of Souith Carolina,
CounLty of Laiurns.
Tiefore me etune A. .\I. Owings. Cash
iei' of the above ialied blnk, whoI be
Ing du11ly sworn, says that Lile above
aud fore1goinl g stat Cieit is a trultte Conl
ditionl of Said banlk, as showin by (he
books of said bank.
A. .\1. OWIINGS.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 25th (Iy of September, 1922.
JNO. C. hOLi',
C(rrect Attest: L. It. Brooks, F. T.
Curry. .1. E. Johnson, li rectors.
f the finest charact
[isplays as never bel
the kind of furnitur
earance leaves a 'd4
bed hopes for acon
reality instead of a
s offered in our pre
>ods are arriving
assortmnent of hoi
ces you will find the
E 1. Ii.
'Statemiielt ,of time Condition of the
BANK OF (MAY COURT,
Locnted at. gray Court, S. C., it tile
close of biusiness Sept. 15, 1922.
[Aoan8 und 'Disouits ..$1.11,998.48
30nds and Stocks Ownied by
the -Bank .................9,673.00
Purniture and Fixtures .... 1,704.63
Blanking I ouse . . . . . . . . 1,7:0.00
3ther Real I0state Owned .. 1,000.00
Due from lianks and Ba k
er, -. .. .. .. .... . 23,78S.42
imre - . . .. ... 5 9.001
,lilver and Other Coin 162.70
"Ihecks tind Cash Items .. I I8.65
Lapltal Stock Paid lin..$ 25,000.00
Surplus Fun d .......... 25,oo.oo
1*'ndivided Profits, less Cur
reit 1l43xpemses and Taxes
Dividends U' paid .. .. .. 100.00
Individual 1)eposits Suhbjeet
to Check ... ...
Savligs Deposits 12.58
Time Certifleates of 1)e
Posit ... ... .. . ...0,008.68
Cashier', cheeks . 233.97 I 13J,52.77
Hills Payable, including Cer
tilleates for Mloney ioi
rofwcd m.. ................. 10,000.fl
Total ......... $187,.78
State of Sopthi Carolina,
Vounty of Laiurens.
Before me iame C. 1). Gray, Cash
ier of the above named bank, rio. in -
ing du1y sworn. says that the above
a1d foreoilg sinteient is a 1rue coi
dition of Said bank, as shown by time
books of said banik.
). C. RAY.
Sworn to and subscribed before lie
his; 21st day of Se.ut., 1922.........
W. H-. lCA.\I'
Correct Attest: G. F'. Dorroh, A. J.
Mlartin, S. 1). Al rtin, Directors.
Extending 0'd Adage.
A stitch in lime sives iine. Ti0,; Is
n. Irm of chn m.v(.r as i i s I' fioh .
Besides th Iluer'nsi inbor when iii
stitches are needed there Is the liai i
ity of, a poor .1oh of ilen'dilng. The less
imending Il this world the better for
a New I
er for your home.
ore offered. For a
e from a standpoini
38ire for nothing be
AS COME TRUE
ifortable and well
rain desire by only
~OR THE HOME
every day and we
ise furnmshings even
u4s. S. C.
Staltement of tihe (oniditioni of the
PEOPLES LOAN & EXCIL IANK,
LoCnted at. Iauirens, S. ('., at 11he, close
of binidiess Sept. 15, 1922.
Loans and Discounts . ..$373.205.i.7:
Overdrafts .. .. .. . 2,518.20
Bonds anixd Stocks Owned by
t1i bakl . . 2. 187..50
Furnituie and Fixtures ... 1,300.01
Hanking I louse . . . 11,000.00
Due from lHanks and flank
Cir relcy . . .1,973,00
Gold . . .1 25.00
Bi lver a(d t her coin . . . . 1
Ohecks and Cash Item .. ,2:,9.12
Other lesources, viz.:
U. S. iAberty Loan Iloids 2: .25).0
Tlotal. . . . . ..$ 848 03
ilIA III l.'l'I ES
capital Stock Paid in .I . .Ill .. 4,00, .00
Surplus Funds . . . . . . . . 2.5,00O.oo
tdivIdted I'rolli, less Cut
rent, li'Jxpenses. and Taxes
P'aid .. . .. .. . .. .. . .0 .3
Dividends Un1 paid . 5.00
Inod ivi(l1 I Deposijts Sujhect
to Check .81G-I,010.i.
Savings D eposits .17,963,1..1:
Time Certificaties of De.
posit .. ... ... 9.5,2.:0.2.1
Cashier-'s Checks 1,G30.19:1,8.0
TIotal .. .. .. .. .. . ..$ 18 2
State of South Carolina,
'Counity of Laurens11.
Hofore lle calm, C. W. 'lie. Ca-lhiter
of t he 1bv 1amed bank, who. heing
dtlv sw-orn, says that the above and
loregoing statement is a.1v tcoildi
tion of satd bank, as shown by the
bwooh of said blank.
1'. \\. T UN1E.
S'worn to and ,A ubsCr ibed befor al
tb; 2.tlahay of Sept.. 1922.
G1-YO. 11. HiLAlmibY,
Correri Altest: WV. A. \\atJ. \\
Todd R. 3. len s. ired i s.
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an un
healthy color. which indicatcs poor blood, and asa
rule. there is more or I ess stomach distu'rhance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
iarly for two or three weeks.will enrich the blood.
improvo t lie ditestion, and act as c generalStrength
enur. TonIc to the whmlo system. Nature will then
throw off or dis pel the worms, and thoChild willbe
i 'rfect halth. Plearfnt to take. 60cperbottle.
It is to be had
11 rocms of the
of design, finish
making use of
are showing the
'brought to the