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Miss Lula Dial, a student at the Co
lumbia Female College, spent the Eas
ter holidays here with honofolks.
Miss Lilla Todd who is atttnding
Brenau College, is spending the Easter
vacation hero with hoiefolks. She
has as her guest, her school-mate,
Miss Grace Terry.
Miss Dot Hudgens spent the week
end as the guest of Miss Lila Todd.
Mr. R. P. Sweeney, of Ware Shoals,
was among the business visitors here
Mr. Tom McDaniel, who is with the
Southern Power Company at Catawba
Junction, is spending a few days here
Mr. Carlisle -Dial, a Wofford College
students, spent Easter here with
- Mr. Henry Martin, of Porter 1111
tary Academy, spen't 'the week-end
here with hoiefolks.
Mr. T. A. Drummond of Lanford,
was a business visitor in the city last
Misses Claudia and Lucy Vance Dar
lington of the College for Women,
spent the Easter holidays here with
Miss Cornelia Elliott of Lancaster,
is spending a few days here as the
guest of Mrs. W. S. McCrady.
Messrs. W. S. McCrady and Edward
McCrady are spending this week at
their home in Charleston to be pres
ent at the marriage of their brother,
Mr. John MlcCrady to Miss Madge Hall.
liss Alma Ryllis Peay of Converse
has been spending several days here
as the guest of Miss Ryllis Green.
Miss Hattie Gray of the Columbia
Female College spent Easter here
Mirs. T. D. Darlington, who has
been spending several months in
'Charleston, has returned to that city
after spending a veek her3 with rela
Mr. and Mrs. W. -1. Bowen and clil
dren, of Hamlet, N. C., have been in
the city several days visiting Mr.
Bowen's mother, Nlrs. 'Mary Bowen.
Mr. Calhoun McGowan, who is ho
atedi now in Charlotte, spent Easter
in the city with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. P. McGowan.
Col. J. H. Wharton, and Mr. W. C.
Wharton, of Waterloo, was a visitor
in the city Monday.
'Mr. 11ex Lanford, of Waterloo, was
among the visitors in the city londay.
Coroner R1. 0. 1lairston, after a pro
trar-ted sickness, has about recovered,
and was in the city several days last
week shakfing hands with his friends.
.\!iss Alliene Franks, who Is teach
In1g at Clinton, spent 'Easter in the
city with lier pareints, "ir. and Mrs.
John A. Fraiiks.
Mr. it. L. Gray, of Gray Court, and
son, Mir. Carol Gray, a student at Trin
ity College, were visitors in the city
lessrs. 0. 1-. Brown and K. B.
Browilee, of the Warrior Creek sec
1!or. were among tle vI'sitors inl the
Miss Myrle Smoak, a class-mate of
Mliss Helen Suillivan andl a teacher' In
the Hlidv'ille school, spent Itaster ini
the cihy as the guest of Miss Sullivan
on West MaIn street.
Capt. and Mr's. Ri. F. Fleming, of
Gre'enwood,. have return'ied home after'
visitinug Mi'. andl Mirs. R., F. Fleming.
Jr., for sev'eral days.
Mirs. WVill hBrown, Miss Fannie Motes
and Miss Corriine Uniley, of Clinton,.
werie visitor's ini the city yesterday.
The mnany fr'iends of Miss Lucy
C'hilhdress will lie deolightedI to learn
that afteir an operatlon last week at
the local hospital 'kho is much inm
priov'ed andi expects td Netur'n home
Card of Th'lanks.
'Mr's. JT. S. H1il1 and daughiters ' ish
to thank their friends and neigh era
for' thei' kindness dur'ing the il1n as
'andI death of husband and father.
The payment of City Taxes hi ye
been extended until 115th w hi
out penalty. After' thi ~Ato 7 per nt
will be charged for al, taxes not p Id.
By order of City Council.
C. WV. Kitchens.
Clerk and T ens.
The L.aurens Public Library
is open from
3 until 5 o'clock on
Tuesdays and Fridays.
VTe membership fee is on
ten cents per month.
'.nnuial Woodmen 8ern fl.
The public is cor'dially i vited to
attend special services at t1 Second
Blaptist chur'ch on first 'miday in
May. Rev. 3. A. flroek, p stor, will
pireatch a Woodmen sermo fit, 11 'A.
M. Arrangements are beln made to
have some splendid music.
lR. 10. Thpmpson,
Consul domm nder.
J. F. Montgomery, 'Clerk.
Hludgens Ginning Niotice.
Our customers will please take no
tic0 that we will gin on Friday and
Saturday of this week, Monday, sales
day of next week and 'Saturday, the
9'7th, which will be the last day.
Died at his Home near Ware Shoats
Sunday and Buried Monday.
Robert Y. J. Elledge, a well known
citizen and gallant Confederate vet
eran of the PoIl)ar Springg section,
died at his homo0 Sunday after a short
illness. H-e was buried at Poplar
Springs church Monday afternoon, Dr.
J. 0. -Martin conducting the services
which were largely attended by peo
ple from the surrounding country.
Mr. Elledge was approaching his
80th year of age. At the outbreak of
var in 1865 he rushed to the aid of hi3
state and served gallantly in Co. A.,
6.' S. C. Cavalry. After the war he
raturned to his farm and worked for
the upbuilding of his community and
state. In early life he was married
to a daughter of Rev. John A. Cooper
and she, with four children, survive
him. The children are as follows:
John I. and J. E. Elledge, Mrs. J.
Wade Culbertson and Mrs. J. N. El
ledge, all of the 'Poplar Springs coml
Mr. Elledge was an upright, con
scientious citizen, nearly all of his
life a member of Poplar Springs
church and greatly admired by those
who came in contact with him. Ile
attended strictly to his own affairs
and never neddled in those of others.
Ills death is greatly deplored by those
who knew him.
To Speak in Charleston.
MIr. William C. Irby, of this city, is
cheduled to deliver anl address in the
German Artillery -all, Charleston,
next Monday evening. Ils subject
will be "Whither Are We Drifting?"
It is expected that a large audience
will 'be present to hear him.
Meeting of Camp (barlington.
The annual meeting of Camp Garl
ington, 501, was held at the office of
the Probate Judge, April 5th.
An election for officers for the en
suing year resulted in the unanimous
re-election of tile incumbents, namc
ly W. P. Coker, Commander; J. D.
Mock, Vice-Commander; J. -A. P1.
Moore, Adjutant; Jno. R. Finley,
Chaplain; Jno. T. Langston, Quarter
master; Y. C. Ilellams, Treasurer.
Delegates to state reunion at Co
Iumbia onl April 22-21: W. P. Coker,
J. D. Mock, J. P. Caldwell. Sponsor,
.iss Stella Mock.
Delegates to General reunion at
Richmond, 'a., June I, 2 and 3: 0. G.
Thompson, J. A. P. 'Moore. JI. I.
Wharton. Spolsor. Miss .1"Sie Tholilp
son. Each delegate has the privilege
of na mlnig hiis alteriat e.
Rates to Columbia, kilnown. Rates
to Richmond, by way of Seaboard, are
W. A. AcClintock, j. V. Laford,
R. J. Stoddard and J. A. P. Moore
were appolined a committee to collect
W. P. Coker,
J. A. P. More, (Comailnlde'r.
L. * . Lan, s, D)ead in l)nington.
Lee A. Lanmgston, a nlative of tis
('ounty3 and( for' 11any3 year's chief or
11o1ice hlere, d1( ied of aralysis at his5
home1 11n Dar linIgiton Saturda(l~y nIIight
afler0 an1 iilness of severa1l years. i~e
Was bur mied at Dar'linlgtonl tile follow
Sig day, tihe ser'vices being at tendedl
hiv his brlother I, .\r..ilhn TI. L a ngston,
of tihis place. Mr. Langston wals a
member)C1 of tile local Police force herl
for' 21 yearls, mhost (of wh'iich time lhe
acte (d as chilef. For' th pl ast tell years
lhe has beenl the0 cief of police at
Dar'lingt on. ie is ver'y wvell rememi
beredC~ here whlere his ster'ling (111al1
ties were0 grecatly adlmir'ed. lie is surI
vivedl by Is wvife, who wans a Mliss
Moseley or tihis counlty, and 01ne son,
John11 T1. Langston,. of Darlington, lhe
Iades Is birother here and Mlrs. M1. 'E.
Doninan of thle Tylersville section.
GES TO BELOIU3I.
prceenville PhmysicIanl Joins Relief
Corps as Assistant Surgeon.
Greenville, April 5.-James E.
Daniel, 'M. D., 'who resides on Whbit
soe. street. Greenvlile, has received ani
appointment as second assistant sur
geon, Belgian unit ,No. 1 of the
American Red Cross society. Tile
apipointment was received yesterday,
and with it came mninute instructions
to uniforms, other clothling, and such
information as is necessary for hlim to
Major Robert W. Patterson, of the
American Red Cross instructed Dr.
Daniel to report to hlim in Washing
ton, on the'15th of April, and stated
thlat a party of 30 physicians and sur
geons, of which .party 'Dr. Danliel is
one, will sail on iboard tihe St. Loulis
from Now York in the 17th of April.
La Panne, Belgium, is thle nlame of
the place where thle Greenville plhy
sician will be. stationed.
Stonmachi Tronble Cured.
Mrs. -H. 0. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
writes, ''For some time I suffered from
stomachl trouble. I would hlave sour1
stomachl and feel bloated after eating.
Nothing benefited me until I got 'Chain
berlain's Tablets. After taking two
bottles of them -I was cured." For sale
by all dealers.
PUT ON THE RUN
Police Make Unexpected Ralds anu
Capture Whiskey and Onambling De.
Charleston, April 1.-Acting on or
ders received from 'Mayor Grace to on
force the law, Chief of Police Cant
well yesterday morning sent out two
squads of plain clothes men and mem
bers of the detective department to
carry out -the instructions of the Mayor
As a result many blind tigers were
raided and all dur!ing the day the pa
trol wagons at the police station were
kept busy hauling contraband goods
and slot machines -to the station house.
,Yesterday morning Chief Cantwell,
having received orders -from Mayor
Grace, instruced the members of the
regular raiding sqluads and another
organized sqlad along with the detec
tives that the law must be enforced.
The men left the station house and,
working In different sections of the
city came down onl blind tigers like a
bolt of lightning from a clear sky.
Call after call was received from
members of the squads to send thc
patrol wagons to haul in tihe good
seized. The police, however, had
hardly gotten to work before news ol
their activity spread like wildfire
While In some places the fixtures 01
the blind tigers had been removed be
fore the arrival of the policemen somc
were caught in full swing and theit
fixtures were smashed.
One man, who was making a spe
cialty of taking down fixtues, stateC
yesterday afternoon that he had al
ready "disrobed" twenty-seven tigerf
and had orders from others.
When asked for a statement lasl
night Chief 'Cantwell said: "I have re
ceived orders from the Mayor to en.
force the law and I am now enforc.
ing it. I have out two raiding squad.
and my detectives at work." This wa!
all lie would say about the raids, ex
ept to give out a statement on th(
goods seized in the raids, which is a
follows: 663 'bottles of beer; 28 gal.
tons of wine; 39 quarts of wvhiskey
1.16 half-pints of whiskey and 38 slol
The liquor will be delivered to th<
dispensary headluarters this morn.
Ing and tile slot machines will h
smashed in the yard of the police sta
A number of blind tigers were re.
ported to have closed their doorvsyes.
terday and it is said that, the bars li
two hotels have also put locks or
1'le wholesale ralids will continuc tc
day, but it is not believe( that the P0.
liee will make as great hanti as tie3
did yester(lay, when their work at.
tracted so much attent ion from th
public. No disorder im arred the wor
of the police, it Is reported.
110ieumailt l( i'ains ltelived.
Wiy stuffor froinm ihenumatlismli wheni
relie iy ), hadl at. So small a eost?
.\lr s. Ilm r latch, 'etrt, d1111., writes,
" Ihmav beenl'' s uJl'et to attiar-c s oi
ihemuthan ;i for yeaurs. Chamberl'lain's
ately,3 an i I take~t ileaisure0 ni re('ottn
bo)1ttles. For sale' by all de'alers.
h'i('el inito lifeo eternalI on .\larchl
25, I1915, ilichard D~avis, second son ot
.\ r. and .\is. Gecorge Davis of Clitnton,
S. C. iI lhe deathI of this (learm boy it
is not in the power of mier0 wordsit to
express5 what ils love mcanus to 'those
who knew and lovedl him.
While scarcely 13 yeaurs of age, he
was a devoted Christian and a leader
in his community. this influence wvill
ever he felt by those who werec throw;,
in dlaily contact with him.
lIe drew all, 01(d and young allike te
him and his wilnsomieness and ci1hami
wvere no grecater thain were his ibrighlt
ness and his will.
Sweet, and strong, and brave. with
out a murmur lie met his suffering,
which preceded his release, witha a
smile and his dauntless spirit neither
faltered noir failed, b~ut rather took upi
the sorrow of his devoted parents, and
by his fortitude and beautiful faith
strengthened those about him.
"Our guardian Angel he will hienceforthi
To shield us fr'om all dangers of our
Tlo sooth us, whisper tender, loving
And lead us upward to eternal day.
HlOw Th Olve Quinine To Children
P1ZDRELIEis the trade-masrk name given to at
?mproved Quinine. It isaTasteleasByrup, pleas
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach
Children take it and never know it is Quinine
Mso especially adapted to adults who cannioi
akornayQuinine. Does not nauseate not
cause nervousness nor rinin in the head. ,Tr)
it the next time ?ou need Qunne for any pur
pose. Mik for 2-ounce oriinal package.Th
ame PEDRI.INlR is blown in btie. 25cenas
Death of Mrs. Nannie Temipleton.,
Mrs. Nannie Templeton, widow 0l
the late J. Olier T'emplleton, (lied al
the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs
\iattle Roland, a few miles east ol
the city, Monday and was buied it
the family pllot at Rocky Springt
church yesterday afternoon. Mrs
Templeton was a woman of many ex
cellent characteristics and her deati
ia reatly deplornd in her community
"The Chest With
Solid Oak Cases, perfectly si
Snow White Linings.
CASE. The exterior of the ca
oak, thoroughly kiln-dried and ada]
refrigeration. Every operation in I
charge of experts. Our "double dc
the new bolted construction, insuro
unyielding and absolutely air tight
thick doors, with double thick pane
massive, air-tight, perfect. The m4
adds solidity, insulation, and a tone
beautiful dull rubbed "semi-natura
INTERIOR Case or Wall Cons
and grooved, air-tight inner-wall---a
case, is one of the vital features on
INSULATION. The air-tight
heavy, insulating charcoal sheathin
deep, dead air space, and then the:
exterior of oak.
Provision Chamber of pure bal
permanent and beautiful white fini
glass, non-absorbent and cleaned at
from metal base---virtually one pie<
Ice Boxes all sizes, price
Refrigerators all sizes, p
Call and see
S.M. & E. H.
NORTHEAST GALE Ua h et
SWEEPS THE COAST fo o~l oRc
Oreat Damage Done in Pre-EasterolywriiOiraol
.. Stormi which Waged Along EasternCetaVigia
~Coast.Nota sarie l(
Norfolk, Va., April 3.-A northeastrodolcas eore
gale, which swept up the Virginiaabetgienyno
coast early today, caused seriousigtem uilwr
damage here, although no loss of life wsetbihd
had been reported early tonight. High Vrtlyal une
tides inundated many of the princila up ene.lnmn
streets, in which water stood threesmlbotweeu
feet deep. All telephone, telegraph,men ofta . a
railroad, ferry and street ear servicetocne rsins
was put out of commi~ission. iaeuoeo h r
With all means of communication tect.Teewr
cut off throughout -the day it has beenth tiewsrcdn
impossible to ascertain what damage, 'u tr tukt
if any, was suffered by shipping. 1 'lc rdyng
nicaion ith ewprt Nws snce ar night that tvdher Wet
ly tody, th telehone nd teegrap r e int opheatii
line to hat ity avin bee iI Ce tra Virginia.ac
tratd. I als ha bee imlossile o rain~lw s r rved h<:
and t isfeard he0tht cosid r oabl fa llci ad inpothe
the torm ~vhcl ontiued any bne ctr ie any tisnci
ours thehigh ind eing cco g The som unili
panid b a eav fal ofsno an pViencedl aluinerfl
sleet.suspde. Ina saidnya
ll troughthe ay Nofolk and vi-tend's oneoiteyr
cialy wee Iolatd fom te o tsi e civety.Thr er
world, nd it as notuntil0 o'clock F rofay ni
the Chill In It."
nooth and finely finished.
se is of selected, high grade
>ted to greatest efficiency in
>uilding "glass-smooth" case in'
vetail" method of joining, with
,.s a practically indestructible,
exterior cabinet.- The double
Is and extra inter-linings, are
xssive "solid end" construction
of substantial elegance. The
.1" case finish is clean, clear and
truction. Extra thick, tongued
s firmly joined as the exterior
which true refrigerator quality
inner wall in reinforced with
g. Next comes the invaluable
rassive, tongued and grooved
sh, case fiisas cla, smooth ad
Inne wali enocdwt
:e of metal with immaculate
s from $5.50 up.
rices from $7.90 up.
Wilkes & Co.
rn1 Uniion estaib- distress off the Virginia and Nor Li
on a single wire Carolina coasts were rceived here lats
nond, and1 from today andI tonight, and~ it is fearcd
T1his was the the storm has eausedl much dlamage to
in Eastern1 andl shipping. A vessel supposed to he the
Dutch steamer Prinz. 'laur'its was re -
re today. Rail- ported in distress in latitude 36.10,
they were uni- iongitude 74. An unidentified schooner
rmatlon regard- was said to be appealing for assistance
communication off Diamond Shoals and another
schooner wvas displaying distress sig
s in Norfolk was nals off Gull Shoals.
of tho streets Reports that a Biritish warship was
ed as tihe only in distress off tihe capes also were re
aiches .were used ceived but could not be verifiedi.
cross City Hall The coast guard Cutter Onondaga,
ncipal streets of hlas gonle to aid several ulnidentifled
indications thlat schooners and other craft r'eportedl ist
early tonight. need of assistance below the capes.
is section about
it, increasing in,
Our!. About mid- kel JM H~andy for R~heumnatismi.
ras blowing at a No use to squirm and wince and try
diles an hour. j to wear out y'ourl Rheumatism. lt will
jeet-ieml wear yo ou inted A pply some
evnyfy-leSloan's Liniment. Need not ruh it in
ring the heights!Js ltit ipenetrate all through the
and sleet began ,affected parts, relieve the soreness
arny morning a andi draw the pain. You get ease at
ginto the busi-1 once and feel so much better you wvant
gto go right out and tell other suffer
Ly- ors about Sloan's. Got a bottle of
ed the worst ex- Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any
since 1887. Tihe druggist and have it in the house
been higher' and againist Colds, Sore andl Swollen
greater than in JoInts, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ail
ments. Your money bacqk if not sat
isfied, but it doesg give almost instant
or of vessels in relief. Uuy n. botle today. 1