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'Mr. S. J. Kellett, of Fountain Inn,
who was connected with the Powe
Drug Co. last year and who is now at
tending the Charleston Medical col
,lege, was visiting in the city several
days last week. He had just finished
taking the pharmaceutical examination
in Columbia, whre he successfully met
the test and won his licenses as a
The friends of Mr. J. W. Add Boyd
will regret to learn that he is serious
ly ill at his, home near the eastern
limits of the city.
Miss Vivian 'Huff, who is a student
at Chicora college in Glenillle, spent
the .week-end in the city- with :ier .par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Huff.
'Miss -Mary Belle Fuller, who is
teaching at .Inman, spent Sunday in
the city with her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. L .8. Fuller.
Miss Ella .3earden, of Endree, was
a visitor in -the city Monday.
Mr. James L. Irby, formerly of this
place but who is now employed on
the state farm near Cheraw, *as a
visitor in the city the latter part of
Mrs. Mary B. Copeland spent several
days last week in 'Clinton as the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Young.
Mr. W. M. Hyden, who has been
overseer of weaving at the Laurens
Cotton Mills for several years, has ac
cepted a similar but -more lucrative po
sition with the Ware 'Shoals Manufac
turing Company. HIs place in the lo
cal mill will be taken by 'Mr. Wood
sides, of the Watts Mill.
Mr. J. C. Mahaffey of the 'Eden see
tion, was a visitor in the city yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. John Bolt are visiting
relatives of Mrs. Bolt in Kentucy. Ln
the a-bsence of Mr. Dolt, Mr. Ernest
Machen Is atcting as mail carrier in
.Treasurer Ross D. Young has far
recovered from ills recent illness as to
be able to be in ills ofilce for a short
Mr. John Ballentine, of Ware Shoals,
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
-Mr. J. L. Williams, a representa
tive of the 1adcliffe Chautauqua bi
reau, has been in the city several days
in the interest of that concern.
Mrs. W. R. Smitil of Chappels, is
visiting Mrs. F. P. 'McGowan and Mrs.
Bowen for several days.
Mr. W\ B. Meredith of Columbia,
spent a while here last week oil a visit
to Ils sister, Miss eta Meredith. lie
went fromn here to Gray Court where
he visited his sister,, Mrs. )1or1oh
Mrs. May 'T. Cluck of Mountville
was a visitor in the city last Friday.
Mr. L. Z. Wilson of Gray Court
Route Three was a visitor in Lau
rCis last Thursday.
Mrs. G. ). Allen has returned home
after a short visit to homefolks in
The large number of friends of Mr.
Edward McCrady will learni with re
.gret that he is conifinied to his home oil
account of sickness.
Miss Kathleen Wilkes is spendhing
a few (lays wvith friends in Clinton.
Mi'. E. P. Minter has returned home
after a trip).to the-northern markets
where ho purchasedl a 'complete line
of silring and summer goodls for Mini
Mrs.\J. A. WVofford, of Maddeas, wvas
shopping in. the city yesterday.
Mr. Charles Simpson has returmnor'
froml' a Baltimore hospial much Im..
lproved in health, much to the delight
of his many friends.
'Miss WVil Lou ,Gray will leave for
Florence today to attend tihe annual
meeting of tile state teachers associa
tion, of which she is vice president.
Mr. D. L. Boulware, of tihe Laurens
Cotton Mills, has gone to Danville, Va.,
to accept a position as overseer of
carding in the Dan Rivri Mills.
Meeting of U. D. C.
The J. B. Kershaw chapter, U. D. C.,
will meet next Monday afternoon,
Marchl 29th, with 'Mi's. W. HI. Dial.
See our 'Baby Bath Tu' -
S. M. & E. H. W'lbaES & CO.
D~eath of a Child.'
Lester Henry, the four-ypar-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas RI. Taylor,
of the Eden section, died on Wednes
day, March 17th, after a long illness.
Despite all medical aid and that of
loved ones no relief Yor the little one
was found. The burial service was
londucted by the Rev. 3. A. Brock, of
Laurens, and the body laid to rest in
the Beulah cemetery the following
day. The' parents have the0 deep sym
pathy of their many friends in their
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the Old Standard Orov.~s Tasteless
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Przemysl Iles Fallen,
-Przemysl has fallen. You may not
know how ' to pronounce it, but you
can inform yourself as to where it -is.
Send a renewal of your subscription
to The Advertiser and secure an atlas
and map. From those you can got an
idea as to the %.iiole 1Europeani situa
Mr. H. J. Gregory has returned I
from Baltimore, where he went to be I
with his sister, Miss 1istelle Gregory, <
who is undergoing treatment at the v
Johns Hopkinl Hospital. We tre glad 4
that Miss Gregory's condition has tin
proved sufficiently to warrant her
brother's relurn--Lancaster News.
To Preach Next Sunday. t
Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Minter and chilt
dren are spending this week in the
city with Mr. and 'Mrs. .10. P. Winter
while on their -way to Dr. 'Minter's
new field at Austin, Tex. Dr. Minter
has 'been invited to occupy the pulpit
of the First Presbyterian church Sun
day morning and has -accepted. HsI
subject has not yet been announced,
but an interesting discourse is in store
for those who attend the service.
Opening )ay at Switzer's.
Thursday was millinery opening day
at the store of Switzer Company. Al
though the weather was not every
thing to l)e desired, tile ladies came
out in force.,and inspected with a
large degree of satisfaction the dis-7
play of hats and other lines that were
on display. A special orchestra furn
Ished music throughout tihe day, add
Ing greatly to the life of the occasion.
Negro Prisoner Dies.
Charlie Chapple, a negro convicted
at the recent term of court of house
breaking and larceny, died at the
county jail -Sunday after an attack of
pneumonia. The first indication that
the negro wias sick caine in the court
room while lie was on trial, After the
trial lie was returned to his cell and
later was given medical attention, but
lie showed no improvenent.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
necause of its tonic and laxative effect, I AXA
TIVIE ItROMO QUININE Is better than ordinary
quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
r nging in head. Remember the full nane and I
look for the signature of F$. W. GROVE. 25c.
ID NOT CAN(EL CONTItACT.
Iteversal of Form in the City Couniell
City council did not cancel the hleedy
liver Power -contract at its meeting
last Tuesday night as the resoltition
passed the night before indicated they
fcund do. Instead, when Councilman
Adams imade a motion to cancel the
contract, no second was receed.
Mr. Adams, in speaking about the
matter, said that lie had absolutely no
feeling in the matter except a desire
to see that tle taxpayers of the city
received justice. lie said that lie limd
tieen advised by the city attorney that
there were grave doubts as to the
legality of the contract and that he
was actinag from this advice.'
The mayor's salary wvas raised fronm
$900 per year to $1,000 per year'. When
the matter of his salary camne up,
Alderman Adams was requestedl to
take the chair and~ the mayor ab~senited
himself from the room. The mot ion tz)
lucreaise the salary wvas inltrodutced by
Aidermnap Franks and was unaail
Invigorating to the Palo and Sickly
The old Standard general strengthening tonic
OROVE's T AsTELiss chili TONIC, drives out
Mulariasenriches the blood.and bids upthme sys.
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SUCCESSFUL MEETING OF WV. 0. WV.
Delegaites IReturn from Charleston
wrhere Theily Held an Enthmuslistic
Mr. C. A. Power, head consul dur'ing
the year' 1914-and other members of
the'-tielegation to the annual conven
tion of the Woodmon of the World
held in. Charleston last wveek, returned
to the city highly pleased with the in
terest and enthusiasm shown at the
meeting as well as the hospitality I
shown by the Charleston meeting, Mr. I
Power states that the attendance at
the meeting was the largest in the
history of the order and that the re
ports by the delegates showed that the I
order was in siplendid condition,
As head consul of -this state Mr.
Power presided over the deliberations
of the convention. At the election of I
officers, as is the usual custom in
such cases, lie .was elevated to the of
floe of Jurrior Past Head Consul, M. J.
Spears, succeediig to his place as
head consul. As a token of the -high
esteem in Which he is held 'by the e
order, Mr. Power was presenflted with
a beautiful, gold jewel with his rank
-The next annual meeting will lie
iield at Greenwood. The following del
egates were elected to the sovereign r
camp: C. A. 'Power, Junior Past Headi
Consul; Ms. J. spears, 'Head Constul;?
Robert Lide, Orangeburg; T. C. 'Hamer I
Bennetteville; 0. L. Toole, Aiken; W. r
H. -Hope, Rock 'Hill; W. Og McCarthy, C
SUBMIT TO TERMS
leneral Scott Uses Peaceful ,4etlhods
In Bringing About Submisslin of
Washington, March 21.-A laconic
elegrain came to the -war department
oday from Brig. Gen. Hugh T. Scott,
hief of staff, at Bluff, Utah, announc
ig that he was bringing in the four
Iute Indians who recently led a band
f their telbesmen on the warpath
vhen the federal authorities attempt
d to arrest Tse-1e-Gat for murder.
he message, 'addressed to Secretary
"Successful. Have four Plutes de
ired by Marshal Nebelter and am, at
heir desire, personally conducting
hen to -Salt Lake City to turn over
o Marshal lNebeker. -Ani leaving
,verything peaceable behind us in
outhern Utah. Should reach Thomp
on Tuesday and Salt Lake City Wed
Secretary Garrison, gratified and re
leved of more anxiety thani he had
ared to confess by the report, at once
iispatched the following telegram to
"I heartily congratulate you on ob
alning success in circumstances which
eoemed to make it Impossible. I ap
>reciatc your work in tile highest do
Newspaper dispatches last night
old of Gen. Scott's arrival at Bluff
vith the four Indians, The-Ne-Gat and
)s father, "Old Polk", Chief Posey
Lnd the latter's son. The party rode
a just ten days after Gen. Scott, un
trmned and accompanied only by an
>rderly and two Navajo scouts, had
,tarted off on a snow-overed moun
ain trail for the distant hiding place
>f tile Plutes.
Gen. Scott went to the scene after
he Indians had driven off a posse
leaded by Marshal Nebeker which
indertook to arrest Tse-Ne-Gat. One
nember of the posse and two Indians
vere killed in the battle.
Gen. Scott started out cleerfully,
onildent of scccess and scouting th.
dea that he was risking his life.
Chroughout a long and distinguished
ar'eer the general has been noted
or his astounding success as a peace
naker both with the Indians of the
Vst and the fierce tribesmen of the
iiilppines. Tis is o11y' one of many
Imes that lie has gone unarmed to
eck out a'( bring into cam p a fugi
ive savage who though willing to
Ight for liberty against a troop of
avalry, succumbed to the eloquent
irguments of the white chief. Since
le has been chief of staff the general
ias been called upon once or twice
o exercise his talents as a diplomat.
3everal monts ago whllen a critical
3itiation had arisen as a result of con
inued firing into American territory
iy opposing Mexican factions at Naco, T,
leni. Scott we1t down to tile border
or personll conferences With Genxs.
7l1la adil 11111, commander of the T1
'arranza garrison at Naco. lie stop
ed tie firing.
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Itey. J. L. Harley Here.
Rey, J. L.. Harley, leader of the anti- a
aloonl league, was in the city Sunday p,
ad Monday in the interest of the ci
tatewide prohibition movement, lie tc
r'eacheod In the .Methodist chlurch ol
funday mornuing, made an address to
ion in the court house Bunday after- vi
ooa an~d ISunday nighlt preachled at a
nion service in the Baptist churchl.
londay hnor'ning another meeting was
(lid in thie court house. .All of the
leetings were largely attended and
leo attention .was, given to tile C<
It is surpris
massive posted Bi
a room. The sof
atmosphere like s
like a pleasant pe
Two-inch Continuous Posi
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(14E COTTON ('1OP1
GllOWN IN 1911
(Continued from Page One.)
1913 .............. 379,171
ll Other States
1914.. .................. 3,80
Tlhe census bureau announced .that
e statistics of this report for 1911
e subject to slight corrections in the
11 report to be publishedl early in
A feaure of.the crop was greatly in
eased production in 'California and
rizona, two States where the cotton
owing indusutry is in its infancy, and
here a sup~erior quality of the staple
California's production amounted to
,835 bales, or 24,917,500 pounds,
hile Arizona's was 7,142 bales, or
Unofficial estimates place the value
the crop whichythis season has been
eatly reduced by the effect or the
trop~ean war, at $570,000,000 for lint.
iat is based on an average pri1ce of
2 cents a lpound to producers and an
.timate of 70 per cent as the quanti
already sold with the remainder
'Iling at an average or 7.8 cents a
und. On the same basis the value
the seed is estimated at $134,000,000.
eso smake the estimated value of the
'14--15 crop to cotton farmers $704,
Li Forms of Interchangeable Mbleage
d Penny Scrip Books for Intrastate
.Passage in South (arolina. .
Effective Saturday, March 20th, 1915
I interchangeable mileage and Penny
3rip .books, forms Z, ZZ, -SIM and
anny Scrip (regardless of date pur
lased) will be good, within limit,
r' intrastate journeys in South 'Car
mna by exchange of coupons at ticket
indows for passage tickets in ac-4
>rdance wvith contract and tariff pro
Seaboard Air Line Railroad
trolina Atlantic & Western Railway
sharleafon & Western Carolina Rly.
>lumbia, Nowhorry & Laurens Ry.
Atlantic CnoatTine Rnailod
As Bed Makes Your
Look Like New."
ing what a difference a beautiful
rass Bed in single design will do for
t warm note of spun brass sheds an
unshine into a room and warms it
ts, massive Extra heavy and a beauty for this
high price, 60 inches high, large
posts and fillers
I line of Brass Beds we are now
prove every home in which they are
ce you to have one of them, anyhow,
s show them to you, they range in
E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Laurens, S. C.
Are now ready for you here and
we can assure you of a most
attractive line of wearables
for the ladies. And above all
we can prove to you that our
prices are most reasonable.
* We call your particular attention +
to these articles
New Silks, featuring the new
weaves and shades.
Wash Dresses, newly arrived
+. Wash "Dresses in dainty
and smart styles.
: Crepe de Chine, Voile and Crepe
Flouncing, Ladies Slippers, f
Neckwear, Ribbons and all +
the little novelties that add
to the New Easter Outfit.