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J. I. Leverett, of Piedmont, was in
the, city on business yesterday.
Mr. .lames Heimphill, of Greenwood,
spent the week-end in the city.
Mrs. Robert II. Roper is visiting her
parents, who have recently gone to
llawkinsville, Ga.. to make their
Rev. C. F. lankin returned to the
city las:t week after undergoing treat
ment for his throat in Atlanta.
Mr. Ri. A. Coope was called to Co
lumblia Monday for an important coil
ference with Cov. Manning on the
las arah Iabb, who has been
teaching at 10asley several yeai, has
resigned her position there after being
0 elected for another tern.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Abererombie,
who were recently married near ll ick
0ry Tavern, were visitors in the city
Monday, on their way home from their
Messrs W. i. iichey, Jr., Jas. Todd
and T. 1). Lake, Jr., went to Green
wood Monday where they enrolled
themselves for the olicers' reserve
camp at F6rt. Oglethorpe.
Messrs T. H. Todd, Pierce Moore,
Roy Owings, Henry -Franks and Roy
Little went to Greenwood yesterday
I enroll for the oflicer'sreserve corps
which is to train at Fort Oglethope.
Capt. and Mrs. 11. F. Fleming came
to the city last week, Capt. Fleming
intending to be here with the old sol
dliers Saturday. le became sick Sat
urday morning, however, and was de
prived of the pleasure of being pres
ent with them.
Chief 1)f Police Crews is spending
today in Spartanburg visiting his son,
Jas. T. Crews, Jr., who is with the
military company there and whose
birthday is today. Mr. Crews went up
to celebrate the event with him and
carry along a few "rations" to help
out the bill of fare.
Boys Take a Hike.
The military company at the grad
ed school took a long hike in the
country yesterday accompanied by
Prof. Miller. The boys marched out
seven miles and back and not a man
dropped by the side.
Card of Thanks.
We ask space to return our sincere
and heartfelt thanks to our neighbors
and friends who so promptly hasten
ed to our assistance in preventing a
much more extensive loss when a re
cent fire destroyed considelrable) pro
perity for u1S.
Mr. and Mrs. G. It. Milam.
A Little Stick of
Makes the Whole Warl
No climate affects
the package protec
W&RWLEV'S goes I
parts of the world
all seasons, to all cla
Fresh, clean, whole:
and delicious alway
- It aids appetite an
gestion, quenches ti
keeps the teeth cle
and breath sweet.
Ware Shoals, April 30.-A very pret
ty wedding took place at the Mansq
last Saturday morning AprIl 28th,
when Miss Madge C. McKitrick was
wedded to Mr. Glen 'H-. Abercrombie.
The wedding took place in .the parlor,
and was attended by a iumber of the
friends of the bride and groom. The
bride was beautifully dressed in a
traveling suit of blue, with hat to
match, and looked very pretty anud
charminlg. PThe was accompanied to
the atar by Nl1i Alary Rasor as miala
of honor. TI.,e cereuony whiclh im.de
the lappy couple hust'and and wife
was performed by the Rev. J. M. Dal
las. Nilr. and Mrs. Abrecrombie re
ceived many hearty congratulations
for a happy married life froi tlir'
frienids pr-boent. The honemymioonl will
be spent in the southern part of the
state afIter' wleih the young people
will be at home to their neighbors and
filends In their beautiful new home
in the Friendship dIstrlct. 'Mr. Aber
cromnbie is well known as the popular
mall carrier of the district, and Mrs.
Abercrombie was one of the highly es
eiemed teachers in hlickory Tavern
No where will you ind a more coi
plete or more reasonably price.d line
of Porch Goods than we are slhowing.
Investigate and you will agree with
us. We are always glad to show you
S. M1. & E'. 11. W'ILK(ES & CO.
Wioan's Service League.
On last 'I'husday the Woman's Ser
vice League Iade a whirlwind canvass
of the town ad(ding at least seventy
five members to our list of seventy
five, eighty-nine of whom have paid
the fee of one dollar. We are very
anxious for everyone to join with us
in order that we may study together
the dreadful proposition that con
fronts us, that of food shortage. To
be a member of the Woman's Service
League does not mean that you will
have to go to the front to do service.
The illed Cross and the Woman's Ser
vice League are distinctly separate.
Our work principally, is to conserve
home supplies. On next Wednesday
at flive o'clock in the school auditorium
there will be a thrift meeting. Sev
eral of our business men will give
short talks on importiant subjects per
aininig to economy. We hope this
will be a very instructive meeting anid
ihat each member will come ready
to tell of some hliase of economy along
the line of cooking, dairying, garden
lng, ete. Ihat has been personally ben
eficial to them.
Mrs. I. F. Fleming.
A few pairs of shces still left 't
$1.00 a pair.
Clard ny & Wilsonl.
s it. Lasts .
o all ~Az
j SOLOIERS IN EURO~'
uirst, APANESE GIRLS IN TOKYVO
btter OX ORIVER WRN
Annual Soldier's Dinner.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
tendered the annual dinner to the Con
federate veterans Saturday, about 76
of the old soldiers being present. A
sumiiptuous dinner was prepared for
them and after the dinner was over a
musical entertainment was givel for
their benclit. Judge 0. 1. Thompson
made a short address recounting in
cidents of the recruIting period during
the early part of the war.
Co. 1) it imSpannbur.
Company tD, the 'Trayniham (uards,
Is located nIow)% i S rtanburg I and the
boys are doil'. guard duty in that
vi-inity. They were given a ilne wel
come inl SpartaInburg andl are cam ilped
at a beautiful sit,- on tlie fair grouids.
Relatives and friends of somie of the
boys 11ve already visited them and
found temllil in good liealth and spirits.
31anley Child luri.
The little Manley child, who was
rui over by a negro on a bicycle :;eN
eral days ago, was not seriously in
jured though she was considerably
frightened. Mr. and Mrs. Manley
wish to thank the friends who helied
tile child after the accidenti
,Just a Few!
Mr. 1'. 13. Richardson, of Mount
Ville, (l'ncle Fatty), brought to The
Advertiser oflice Thursday just ole or
Iwo pea pods which li he had gathered
from hIs garden at AlountvilIc. He said
that tie could have gotten enough for
dlinner that day, but was going to save
'cm iul) and hav'c a big dinner Sunday.
Ills garden, ie said, was fine this
A few pairs of shoes still left at
$1.00 a pair.
Clardy & Wilson.
AG.INST .JOINING WARt.
Argentine Sockillist Congress for Neu
Buenos Aires, Argentine, April 30.
---The question of Argentine's atti
tide in the war was debated today lin
a stormy session of the National
Congress of 'ocialists, during which
several list light occurred. The con
gress iejected, by i vote of .1,210 to
:,557, the resolution suimmitted by the
exectivlye comitl Itee, setting forth
tihat Germany's submarine methods
were In violation of international law
and recomim iending tile arming of
sitps. The congress adopted a declar
ation In favor of absolute neutrality.
reat SMout hieni 110p UbIlilc IssuIes Pro.
lmtion). ''Tahe NeIther ide.
Rio de Janeiro, April 28.--'he Bira
Milian g~overnmen )liiIs.miied ai Pro:' amai~
tion of nieitirality this afternoon In re
spect to tile war lbet ween thw t'nited
Waushinthonu. Apmril 80.- -loreign
ba:ssad~or lDa( amai today thbat Ithe last
tr'ace of troubi!!' i ben (;erenian
dh:r: flearedI anid that a large niumhber
of' IrailhIIn-born Germaiis had s pon
tanieouisly adlvised~ the governiimeni,
hitedlaing adhteston to w'hate'veri eourise
ni'ghit be0 adopted. The foreign mii.
Iste r's mnesareiu iniclatori that accounts~
of r'ecen 4 oistuirbances ha :1 been eix
aggera te(i andh saId t ha numbl le:- of
Germnans in razi w~as not nearly so
large as generally believedI.
To (Chauitauqua Ticket Setlers.
The committee in chiairge of the sale
of Chautauqua tickets reqiuests that
all persons having tickets in theIr
piossession remiainiing uinsold to turn
themi in withl money already collected
to Mlr. L. (1. 11al11 at Palmetto Hank by
:3 r. mi. Friday.
Colbli ear-load of the famouts "Whitte
31,imittain"' HleirigeratIor- j ust ree I ved.
We lhan'' julst Itie sIze yout wan lt'01ome
F'I ine.- I dI SeleOct y'our s.
S. Al & 1H. II. W\ lEs8 & ('0.
ONY for U. 9. ('. (Conventtin.
.Alesdamnes WI. Hi. Anuderson, JT. 11.
Little, It. K. Alken, .1. Ii. Teague andI
\frs. 1R. Tr. Dunlap left yester4: iv after
ioon, for Florence, where the' wvill
retresent the J. 13. Kershaw chapter
it thie state convention of 'the Unit
d Daughters of the Confeder'acy being
eld( there this week.
To Fill In Ball's Trestle.
According to information going the
'otnds among the railroad employees
ho C.. & W. C. railroad will put a
'orce at work at. an early date filling in
Ball's trestle just beyond the glass
rorks. Thts is one of the longest and
iighest trestles in this section and will
'equire considerable time to complete
DRWUIT JA R NOW
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Brs. M. & E.H.Wlks& o
You will do well to buy now all the jars you can
use this season. Lots of Weole are doing this for we
have already sold more jars this year than we sold all
GIVE US YOUR. ORDER NOW.
s. M. E H., 0ik~~ o
LOf ENGRiN TON'GHT
Mmec. P ppold
T HrE same artists can be heard in your own h"'ne tonight. Their superb
jart is literally Re-Created by
2 eNEW EDISON
"TL3s Phonograph wt ol
The picture above is from an actual photograph COETOU SOR '
of Marie Rappold and Jacques Urius singing in ~ ntakyut cetorusjp~c
dliret comparison with the New Edison's Re- aaett oet u tr n e sgv
Creation of their inimitab~le singing of their world- yua oro i rae ui.Ltu
famed roles in Lohengrin. It is a positive fact shwoushtA ri'scdign sper
that their living voicesq are indistinguishable from ha 'yotisowr.Rmebrht
the New Edison's Re-Creation of their, voices,.o o eugd oby own o
Mark well what this mas:Wq tobeoatefren optelainlysnan
and without equivocation that the New Edison ____________
literally Re-Create. the human, 'voice - that It.
Re-Creation of the human voice dannot b hateetedNOCFPcs.L oasugted uEim
from the original. The same is t V'Instru- ~ ~ jO nedt tep opa hm
mental music. The St. Louis su blic says: oayoernsumtth h NwPuo.
'"The problem of musie in the home is sr'c d when :he aLqd~ fEio . ero~n.Frhroe
singing of the test arti41tsi h made posiible by an in- ijn ota eod sb~~t sti o
WxnonoOskyo o ecpotr nupore
of tbeytusan"hour of Re-Creratedkmusic.cLetus
FLEMu htAmrc'slaING BROTHERSr
hav m-oItisno art. R-cmember . that