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Capt. .1. M. Philpot went to Bilitnore
Tuesday on business.
'Mr. and 'Mrs. J. T. Sanders and son,
of Enoree, were here Friday. ,
Miss Sue llenderson, of Clinton, at
tended the county school fair Friday.
Mlr. Alack Boyd, of Shiloh, was in
the City yester(lay on business.
Nl-. .1. T. A. liallew spent several
-(ays in Columbia last week.
Mr. F. W. Little went to Columbia
Saturday on business.
\Ir. Thos. W. Cothran, of Green
;wool, was in the city yesterday.
liss Rosa .\ladden, of Clinton spent
the week-end with her cousin, Aliss
Mr. .lohn A. Ilarksdale, of Green
wood, was among the visitors in the
Air. Eugene Power, who is attending
Clemson College spent the week-en(
in the city with his parents.
Mrs. C. 1. Clarke sent The Adver
tiser 'English pea blooms pulled from
the vines in her garden on Thursday.
Miss ieth Shell has returned to the
city after teaching in the lower part
of the state.
Aliss Virginia 6impson, who is at
tending Converse college, spent the
week-end in the city with her mother.
Mrs. E. J. Gage, of Greenville, spent
the week-end In the lety with her
mother, 'Mrs. Anne Garrett, on West
Messrs Job and Ran Lttle, who are
now employed in Columbia, came up
to the city Saturday to visit their
mot her, Irs.- J. R. Little.
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Young and lit
tie (laughter, and -Miss Grace Tolleson
of Gaffney, are visiting Mr. Young's
mother, .\rs. S. ). Young.
Alrs. Rosa F. Franks, of Greer, is
visiting her sister-in-law, Mirs. .M. E.
Rowlan(l, a few miles from the city
an( both were In tle city shopping
"r.N. 1). 1. luff, who has been attend
Ing tile University of Florida, has re
turned to the city for the summer. Ile
expects to complete his course in law
at the l'nlyiversity of Souith Carolina
An Hour Is Only
Th'le first stelp towairds
<luic'k meals, easy meals,
goodl meals and1( on-time
meals is to put the HoosIer
Cabinet at work in your
kitchen. It lets you sit dow~n
to prepare the meals and
saves you miles of stei)s.
Why Wish and Wait?
You have a right tQ savo
your health and strength;
you have a right to the iloos
ier on our easy terms and
I loosier's unilimited money
back guarantee -i-VY o n r
.\loney llack if You're Not
See the beautiful new Hloos.
ier models now ready In our
,store-sec howt this cabinet
will systematize your kichen
S. M, & E. H.
Wilkes & Co.
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets
Save Miles of Steps.
Virginia Hicks, the little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John 'A. Hicks Is quite
sick at the home of her parents on
Farley Avenue. Mr. lcks, who is
away on buisiness, has been called to
the child's bedside.
Mrs. William Solomon has returned
to the city from Ialtimore, where she
has ben for several months undergo
ing treatment and recuperat(Ig from
an optailon. ler friends will be glad
to learn that she Is rapidly recover
ing and is nearly well again.
Nellie Sue 1layes, the little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. .\l. I. Ilayes, who
was bitten i)y a puppy supposed to
have been Infected with rabies, does
not yet show and symptoiy of a so
riouls nature. Iol iCemIal Davenport,
who was bitten by the same puppy,
ha.1s not yet felt any InIsIual effects
from the wound. Iloth are taking thel
Misses Sadie Sullivan and 1Elizabeth
Simpson, who are teaching at Pendle
ton, were accol panled by a party of
young people for a week-end visit here
Saturday'and Sunday, the party com
Ing down In three automobiles. le
sides 'MlIsses Sullivan and Simpson,
the following composed the party:
Misses Kathleen and 1sther Lander,
Gilliard and Ralph IHunter, Cordes
Seabrook, Dr. Gene 10vans, Dr. Floyd
Davis and .lohn Russell.
$1.01) bottl e Wine of Cardul. c
$1.00 bottle Wampoles Cod Liver Oil
$1.00 package 'i'ledford's .llack
50c bottle )odson's Liver Tonle at ,0)
.1. C. IIturns & Co.
Buys (rocery Stock.
.1. C. Shell & Co., grocers, have
bouight out tie stock of goods of the
l)lal Cash Grocery and vill move tile
stock to tileIr owli stand. The Dial
Cash Grocery has closedil up Its (oo's
and will go out of business.
Standing Pat. on HeAlth Inspector.
The city counell has not yet taken
any defillite action as to employing a
healtli otllcer to succeed Mr. Franks,
recently resigned. Mr. Connor u1?ller
has been recommended for the place
by the board of hevalth, but the coun
l is not yet decided on tIle policy to
pillrsie inl the matter and tile appoint
tuleilt of .\lr. Fuller' is beling lield 111).
l'oli(ellial liIakely is temporar'ily per
lforling a part (if Ie diuties formerly
performied by Mr. Fralnks.
$1.50 men's Overalls (German dy)
bevst, our price $1.25.
.1. C.. 111urns & Co.
A War Measure.
Editoir The Advertiser:
'I'lle other day the %friter called the
attention of the 'mayor to the advisa
bility of allowing everybody to keep
at least one log within the corporate
111111ts of tle city. These are i emergen
cy tilies that ought to be considered
li tile interest of the miore dependent
All tils talk about pig-pens breed
inig typhold fever is all bosh. Tile
mlledinia profession has, we belileve,
kntoick Ithat old theory into a cocked
hat long ago. Impuriiie well w~ater' and
mlilk is~ thle source of most all typhoid
anld in almhiost every 1)ast1 .re there is
a lagooin 0or mudhiole wheire the cows
('an1 dinkiiI imimrlle wat er, ailthou0gh
thiere macy b~e a putre stream of waleru
runniling thrloulgh it.
If 01u1 ('ity fathlers waniut to d) some1
tilng to hlp thle mlore dielenidet, let
I tem letea Ior1 sspendc the hog hiaw
thiis y'ear, at least, anid let eeryblody3
r'ahse a hog.
Tiher'e arie p1len ty of tilngs mlor'e dani
getroiis to heal th thanii pig 'pens, yet
they are allowedl to exist and nothing
said or done.
'Nowv let the city counil sho0w a lit
le "'patriotism"' andl conlsidlerat ion foir
those dependeni~it, insutead of dliscrim
Inlating In favor of thlose who hlalppen
to have an acre or' half acre of land.
If these arec "times thlat try mien's
souls5", everybody ought to be willing
to ioid their' noses a little while if
necessar'y, instead of hlaving to pay
suchi high pices for mleat.
Colds, L.aGrippe, Rheumatism
A lelasant but effectIve (,:aulaion,
whiichI reobuilds thle tissues, revives
the systeml, adds str'engthl and stim
ulates thle nerlvous system. It has
absolutely no alcohol, aigd is in ev
ery sense a tonic.
$1.00 PER BOTL
Ask You~r Drug
Manufactured Solely y
T HE F ER ROL CO.
Columbia, S. C.
1N, MUSTER GROUNDS
Uoittnipany E. Fourtentli South Caro
11na, Asseilles with all Three Con.
Mleeting on the old niuster grounds
ifter a lapse of .~6 years, survivors of
oipany E, Fourteenth South Caro
Elnia regiment, Iet in annual reunion
-atitrday at iddle's old field, ten
mtiles north of the city in Young's
lownslip. Survivors of Co'nipany G
(Lalrens lirlars ), Third South Caro
lina reginin ut, and of Coipany 4,
I'Iiird South Carolina battalion, also
met, with conrades of the Fourteenth
is has been tie custom of tle three
foninlands r a inlinber of years. It
was tili 23rd ani nal -m eeting of the
The reiarkable feature of he re
union yesterday was tle presence of
thie three original commlissioned olli
,ers of Company E. Fourteenth regi
nmeni, Joseph N. Brown, captain; I.
11. Grlilith, first lieutenant; A. C. Ow
Ings, second lieutenant. And it was
the first ittIl that the three veterans
had net oin t(e old muster grounds
since the early part of the year 1801.
Iieut. Brown becahie colonel of the
reginient and was succeeded by Uleut.
(irltlit h. Col. Brown has for a long
litne been a proninent factor in tle!
life of file city of Anderson. Capt.
G riflith Is a piofessor at Limestone
college, and aplit. Owings Is a retired
farner livIng a.t his old honme near
Gray Couri. At the meeting S'aturday
the exercises of whileh were preslde(d
over by I. .J. Stoddard, Col. Brown
and Dr. Grifllth iade stiriniig speeches,
recountiig briefly .any of tle events
before the glat struggle of '(;-'G5, tle
experiences and fortnilies of their par
tietlar 'conunmand and regiment, and of
soime of the great and good things
that have coime to the country since
Appomnattox. The speakers, of course,
referred to tle recent, call to the col
ors, and at no litne since the War le
tween the Sections, has t here been In
evidence niore patriotisin than was
displayed on t(e famous old iuster
grounds yesterday by tile large coni
patny of people in attendance.
A regretable feature of the day was
tie absenc'e of 0. G. Thonipson, nlow
colonel of the Laurens regiment, I'nlt -
(ed Con federate Veteranls, and a sur
vivor of the Lauren; Briars. 1II was
not well enioigh to attend. 1lherituc ii
hers of the thri ee commands were
ailso abseti. for various caises. but
Ihielly from inirmit 'ies, for all of
them are nowv past thi'ee score years
Big line boy's stilIs splecial $2.18 to
$6.39. 'hildren's Wash Suils 75i, 9c,
.1. C. I31irns & 'Co.
PIrll ant Ito n (om isson %u . is..I
iled to ihle uldersin!ild as aI lHeard of
Corporators by W. llP:Ips I tavc. See
rotary of Stae.
Noti is herby ,ivin t1t Books of'
ubscriplion to t lie on'ital stock ofI
I.-uitris fov.I-Cola (oiltling Company
will be I p eid at l ie ollites o i Ilrtoi
K .\iongomiry, in Spartan.ur, S ,
Io .\pril 21st, 1917, at ten o'clock A.
.\ .neetiing of the stockhiohlers will
be held at the sahie tine for thle pur'
Pose( oIf organil tion ON
Boar i'Iof Corpora tois.
A pril 16, 1917. :39-It
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MASS MEETiNG StUlBDTY.
Dr. 1). 11. Johns1on, of Winthrop Col.
lege, to Address Farimers anid llusil
As a part of tile preparedness cani
paign inaugarated by Gov. Manning a
inss Meeting of faiuers and business
ilenl is to be held in this city Saturday
morning at I1 o'clock,.at which Dr. i.
It. .lohnson. president of Wlithrot Eol
lege, will malke the principal address.
On account of ie urgency of the sit
nation and the high standing of the
speaker, It is earnestly hoped by the
coin iii Itte inl charge tha it a irge nu t
ber of people will he preseit. The
mieing will be called to order 'at I I
o'clock in the (or-t house.
Wins 11iI1 School Contest.
Carlisle liarley, of the Gray Court
Owings high school, Won tihe highest.
iledal ili the ligh beShool Oratorical
Coiltest. held at (linton last l'rlday
nlktt. A large number of high schools
front all over the State were repre
seted and it. is considered a high
honori to secure first place.
State of Soultih ('arolltinl,
CounMy (if Lanurens.
IN (6l'IT 01" COM.\\ON l'l.1.X\S
\\atts .\ills, Plaintiff,
I' .\. I)onnan, I)efendant.
Pursuiant to a decree of tle court
in the above stated (ase. I will sell at
ptblic olitory to tle highest bidder, at
hauirents, C. II., S. C., on saleday In
May next, lieing .londay tile 7th day
of the month, during the legal hours
for stiub sales, the following de
scrihed property, to wit:
All that piece, pare'el or tract of
land, lying, being and situate in the
couity of Laurens, ,State of Souti
(atrolitla, ( ontaining seventy-tive.
acrs, timre or. less, and hounded onl
the north by hilnds of .1. S. Craig; oi
lie east by lands of .. r nig; on the
sotuth by lands of Mamtle .1. Donanli
aid oi Ihe west by lanls of 1elle
Craig; heing the same land deedled
to the said 1. .. Donnan b .b . M.
itonnan, which deed Is recorded in
the olli'e of the Clerk of 'ourt for
laurenw county iII Book 1t at page 152,
on .lanuary Ist, 1891.
Tierills of Sale: Cash. PIt rehaser' I o
paly for paniers. If tie te(rm11s of sale
are not coltuplied Witi, the land 1C) he
r'esold oIl swue or somle subtseuient
l(sh' oil an same te riuts, at risk of
C. A. P'O\\'ER,
C. C. C. 1'. and (". 1-., ILaurins, S. u.
Dated. I I ti 1 Ith March, 1917.
Stlte of South ('arolina,
'ounty of 1111,anrens.
IN COI'IT' 0 COM.0N PlEAS
II. 11. Kennedy, Plaintiff,
rs. (Crric .ones, et al. Defendants.
Pursuant to a deCree of the courti
1i1 the above stated c'as, I will sell at,
public outCry to the highest hidder, at
La'rens. C. II.. S. C., on Salesday' in
.\lIy next, being .\Monday the 7th dai
(f the maln'h,. dur11ingL thle levni hoursd
for such sces, the following described
property, to wit:
.\11 that piece, lot and parecI of
l:nd slinat, lying and leig near
\ i l .li ll inl I.aurens coiity. State
41 "mith Caro(ilina, c. i.ining on
:! !, more wr les:. andi bounide'd on
'h. north by lot f.\s. 11u1shy; oi the
t ba hy nthe ptbii ri: 1 b-adin t frolit I
Lrnsto l'n1ion; enI the souith hy
!.d4 Patton, aila onI the westI by puiblic
ro:!d lead1iing froml Laiest) Ora.
'TtrmS m, Sale: Cash. rchaser to
!n'a for' Ilapers. If thle tetrms of sale
ate not Comtp ilied withI, Ithe land to beC
s;alIesday' on samte tetrms, at r'isk of
C. A. PO\\'IllI,
('. C. ('. P. andC (G. S., 1Laun ts, S. C.
D~atedl, tis I10th .\larch, 19;17.
A GOPGEOUS PROC
Attending Medical 3Meeting Coca Cola1 Plant Changesc lands.
Drs. J. H. Teague, W. D. Fergus-on',im local Coca cola ll t, Which has
JT. 31. Heardenc and t.I ( ow ed r it long li\ l by In-tar
attending the inceting of the S. C.
Medical association In Spartanburg. parabrg Inter ts. l illt
I hey wont Sparan !jz ~ t a ci a nong w hola are W. G. Jaceisoic and
Theliy wenVil to SpartanbtuIn- by '1u1o
.estkerday alid (xpo ( ) retui rnl t\ildricks. Mr. i c k \\.Ill
eve I illhb ill active chIarge of the 11lt, so It
1h; unditerstoodl. Mrl . ("I\ Wy\at son, who
Thae4 iocl with o Co a ola whichpha
beenf oned for a long nelie. 1 cct( d .1 posi
hpts ne GrenvIle, hasi b o ce l
i~~lt5 ~ 1(4 $j partanbthrg iccc itterests c i n ie nti
.1n C. aCr \\G.kn.an
Genuine.KdkERMO s Products
Nothing in our store is more seasonable at thiso
time-Bottles, Carafes, Lunch Kits, etc. And
they stay seasonable all year roundI For Thermos
is useful at any time, anywhere, by any member
of the family. Yes, they keep food and drink
hot, without fire, for twenty-four hours; cold,
without ice,* for seaenty-two hours. And we're
proud to showy onu the trade-mark stamped on
every piece-that shows it's the original, world
See our SPE CIA L DIDSPL A Y e tis week!
You will find our price s most re aonablea-frot $1.50
up, and they are in half-pint, iyt aid quart sizes.
So Me & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
hotwitout ire fo twnyfu hus od
That is the story of sores of the
reo wUSINESS [NTERPRISES
of this country
ADV[B16S YOUR UUSSN[SS ON YOUR
LETTERHEADS AND WILH[ADS ^~~
Give Us a CalI
*OUR PRIGEIS ARE Ri6lIT
UCTION OF AT THE B(Ge
3LLBERT & SUpLL VANS
A 3 ATQ 1ATORE -.*
FIERE MAY 9th TO 16th