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UBBEVILLE-GREEN WOOD MUTUAL
PROPERTY' INSURED $2,500,000.
VRITE OR 'CALT on the under
signed for any information you may
desire about our plan of insurance.
We Insure your property against de
Fire, W lndstor.,a or Lightning.
And (1o so cheaper than any insurance
compiany in existesce.
Remeiber we are prepared to prove
to you that ours Is the safest and
cheapest plan of Insurance known.
Our associatl(n is now licensed to
write insuriance In the counties of Ab
beville, Greenwood, McCorinick, Lau
rens and Edgefleld.
The officers are:
GEN. J. FRA;.E, LYON, President,
~* U BLKE, e~. Columbia, S. c.
J. It. HLAE, Gel ,Agt., Secy. & Trens.
Oreeniwood, S. C.
A. 0. Grast ........it. Carmel, S. C.
.1. l. ....Abbeville, S. C.
Jno11. i. ii .. .. ...Bradley, s. C.
A. W. Yomigbloodl . .. Ilodges, S. C.
S- P. Morrah.......wIllington, 5. C
L. N. Chalmuberlain ..4leCormick, S. C.
11. H. INi sn .. Edgelled, s'C
F'. L. 'Imminerman, PIleasatnt Lane, S. C.
J. C. Martin -.. -.-... ..IPriceton, S. C'
W. It. Wharton, .......Waterloo, ', C, I
.ft. . lIaE, (0en. Agt.
Greenwood, S. C.
Slimpson,Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Will Practice In all State Courts
Prompt Attention Given All Businesp
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Bulidiaga,
Laurens, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Money to Loan (in Real Estate-Lonp
Blackwell &! Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt attention given to all business
Money to loan on Real Estate
Offce Phone I Residence Phone 96
Offic ..mons Building
C, P, Featherstone W. H. Knight
FEATHEBSTONE & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens. S. C.
All BusIn ss Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Pronpt and CAreful Atten.
Ofilce over Palmetto hank
(Mr. Featherstone will spend Wedne
day of each week In Laurens.)
Rates on Day andi Job, Work Furnishned
Leave call with J. Win. TUhompson.
J. E. SUMMER and
J. C. HEMPHILL
Greenwood, South Carolina
J. ROY CRAWFORD
Plats, Tracings, Blue Prints, Etc.
Telephone 2601 Clinton, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
061lce in Peoples Bank IBullding.
B. R. TODD
Engineering an. Contractinb
Land Sarveym a Speelalty
.. erete Work SkIllfully' done or in
4 'al.: anJ estimates of all KlnE
W. M. NASH,
Terracing, Leveling, Drainage.
GRAY COURT : :: S. C.
Undertakers and Embalmer
Calls answered any hour day or night.
DR. W. F. FLOWERS
Graduate with 12 Years Experience
Dentist and Surgical Work
L Posefs Drug Store
Gained 15 Pounds By TaklnVinol
Norfolk, Va.-"I sunl'eredirom ne.
vousness, had no appetite and was very
thin. Nothing I took seemed to help me
until one day a frlend told me about
Vinol. I have now taken six bottles and I
have gaine filfteen pounds; have a good e
appetite an can cat anything."-MAT- I
i DENNIN, Norfolk, 'a.
Vinol is a constitutional remedy
with its fotmula on every bottle. It t
creates, an Appetite, aide digestion and
makes purej healthy blood. Try it og
our guarantc -
THE LAURENS DRUG CO., LAURENS
Also at the leading drug store in all
South Carolina towns.
lul NICK-MI IIM.
Bieautiful Wedding wias Solemnized at
Saluda, April 2.-A brilliant wed
ding on Tuesday at noon was that of
sls Dessic Milnick of Saluda to ,. h
Davenport .lilan of McCormlek,
wh ich was ri olemnized in Sardis lap
tist clhu1rch, the Rev. .. A. Carson per
fornming tihe ceremony.
ThC beautiful decorations planned6
witi artistic skill transformed the
church Into a place of ltorai iOvll
ness sulitable for the bridal event.
1jTe decoritions. carrying oit the
colunil effect with beautiful arches
Consisted of a tropical profusion of
foliage and lowers and candles shed
ding a soft radiance over the ene 0
and lighting up the graceful clusters
of Easter lillies that showed in effec
tive contract against the masses of
At 11:3) o'clock the musical pro
gramme began. Mrs. Frank 1). Her
long sang "The Sunshine of Your
Smile,' accompanied by Miss Leila
Attaway on organ and M. T. Pitts on
violin, followed by Schubert's "Seren
ade" on organ; vocal solo, "For You
Alone." Tixen began the Mendels
sohn wedding imarch, to the first.
strains of which entered the bridal
pal'ty. The ushers were .1. 1). rif
ilti and .ames J Pow. Walter Rain- f
age. Aslhmore, followed by the brides- (
mains and groonsmen. Miss Gana
Alinick, sister of the bride, beautifully
gov ied in hand embroidered shadow s
lawn georgette crepe, with Ilarvey
Padget; Miss 'Millette Minick, niece ,
of the bride. in pink crepe, with Bun
van Parrish; Miss Amelia Annie
Mlinick, niece of the bride, in lace
over blue, nith Rt.sh Milam; Mliss
Dorothy Milamn, sister of the bride
groom, in white crepe, with Ernest
Comptor. Then came the honor
dames, Mrs. Joel Minick, mother of
the bride, in wistaria crepe do chine,
and Mrs. J. 13. Mobley, sister of the
bride, in sky blue maline over cream
messaline. Then came little Miss
Milwee Minick, niece of the bride,
daintily dressed in soft white silk,
scattering pink rosn ptals down the
main aisle. She was followed in
mediately by the bride on the arm of
the maid of honor, Miss Millie aMinick,
sister of the bride, charmingly attired
in creamn beaded net over crepe d
chin1e. The bridegroom was attended
by Henury Dt. Compton, who entered
fronm the rear', and met the bride at
the altar', wvhere the betrothal vowvs
were made. Dur'ing the ceremony
Miss Attawvay and M. T. Pilts rendler
edl "liearts andl Flowers".
The bride was never mor'e beautiful
than on this ocasion dressed in a
lovely gown of wvhite pussy willow
taffeta en train, wvearing a tulle veil
draped with oraingo blossoms and ar'
rangedi on her heard in coronet effect
and cai'rying a beautiful showver boux
qjuet of bride roses and valley hillies,
extending to time bottom or her dress.
The maid of honqr carried a huge
bouquet of nunburst i'oses and the
bridesmaids car'riedl bouquets of
The members of time bridal party
made their exit from the edifice to
the stratns of Lohengrin's wedding
march and miotoi'ed to "Place o' Pines"
the hmome of the bride, whero a recep
lion paralleling the wedlding in br'il
liance w'as marked by a delightful
hospitality. W~elcoming the guests
were Mr's. J1. A. Minick, Misses Annie
Pow and Ora Dlodie, who invited them
into the northi parlor' whlere thme receiv
ing line was composed. The guests
were next inv'itedi to the east room,
tastefully decor'ated in pink and white,
wher'e a salagl course wvas served, and
fronm thence to the west room, In dec
orations of green and wvhite to serve
ice cream and wediding catke. Fronm
here the guests repaired to time gift
room. The biride's register wvas kept
in the rear hail and presided over by
M~rs. WV. E. Adair and James 'Pow. The
wedding souvenirs were little ribbons
tied boxes filled with wedding cake
pr'e'entedi by Otha Minick.
At 2 o'clock the bride cihangedl into
a traveling costume of midnight blue
with accessories to match, andl Mr.
and Mi's. Milam left by automobile for
a southbound train, their destination
known only te themselves. After two
weeks they will be at home at McCor'
Now is the time to buy a Refrigera
tor; all sizes in stock; no advance in
S. M. & N. T. WrTJKImm A CO
I. McDUFFIE ]JAMPTON
EXPIlES IN COLUMBIA
,ormer Illiroad (onimssloner and
Son of Waide 1iiamitipton. Funeral
Columbia, M1ay 2.-George Me)uilIe
laiiton, aged fifty-eight, former
hairmana of the South Carolina IHail
ond Comimission, died here tonight
t the Hapt ist Ilospital. .lr. Iiamlp.
oi was a son of the late Wade laimp
on, lieutenant general of the Confed
rate artmy, Governor of South Caro
Ina and United Stales Senator. Ar.
lampton had been suffering for some
ine from neuphritis, which develop
d yesterday into urinia, the Iinme
late cause of his death. He was tak
n to the hospital just a few hours
rior to his death.
T'he deceased was bori at his fa
ier's home on kiamden road, near Co
Inibia, iII January, 180, tie eldest
oi of the Confedernie chieftain, and
is second wi-fe, who was miss .lary
ingileton AleDullie, tlie daughter of
outh Carolina's famois ,it i,
eorge Al(00 f[i1 . G. \iel)tfie laim p
nII was gradilated from the i niver
ity of Virginia and was a civil en
incer by profesion. Immi.1 iatcly af
!I leaving college aiid for a numb1ih0r
f years he was engaged in raillroad
rInstructing work In the liiited States
id Canada, later becomtinug engineer
Jr the Allssisippi Levee (omm ission,
I thi8 capeilty earning national rep
tation as an englicer. I le was also
tnd agent for a time of tle Virginia
ennessee llailroad. III later life he
ioved .to his native city aid was
lected to the South Carolina Rallroad
otnnisslon, in 1910, being sworn In
> office in .Janiiary, 1911. le be
ane chairman of the commission In
1)15. In 1916 lie offered foar reelection
t was defeated by the Incumbent,
Proper Food for Wenk StOmtells.
The proper food for one man imaay be
11 wirong for anothe r. lEveiy ole
aid oceupation. T[)iose who have weak
loniachs need to be eseeclally care
.1l apd should eat slowly an(d 11m1asti
ate their food thorouightly. It Is also
iiuportant. that thev keep theira bow
l. regular. Wh1en they hecoie con
ipated er when they feel dull and
tupid after eating, they siould take
hamrheralIn's Tablets to st reng theni
tie stomach and move the bowels.
'hey are easy to take an(d pleasant in
To Cure a Cold In One Day
iake LAXATIVIt nROMO QOninc. It stops the
Iough nud ienciacite and works off the Col.
)ruggists refund money if it inils to cure.
j. W. cROVi's sigunture on each box. 2ec.
Where will you1
The new season'
at the head of it
There is a pride
We are asking tl
Man we dress sL
Our Spring Fash
1Hill IBille Volunteer
(J. E. Kerr In Aiken Journal and Ro
Some of these here fellows
Bilin for a row
Blowing like a bellows,
Shoutin' "Whip 'cm now!"
Think this thing of fightin'
Sojet (loe's an' fun
I dont' wiit blue brifehes
All I need's a gun!
I don't want no ribbons
Tellin' who I am--.
Fer I'm mnad as llam11ptonl!
I don't give a dam!
"l'ain't 1no tIme for braggin';
Fighting must be done
Pedigree tlie Dickens!
All I ieed's a gun!
Pc. ie rot1t for ixie
ltiipht bchinld Hlhle
All' an'lbeore hfiml
Died for I-!berty
.Never k-nowni to run!
!!'urn yerrI4 blded britches!
All i vanit's a gun!
AsKIs i'OR ANO'i' 1El N A I,
(Jovernor Again itefuses to Name
Columbia, Alay 2.--Goveri'nor an
ning today, for the second time, re
tunied to the Audubon Society of
South Carolina the name of A. A.
ltichardson, recommeii(led by the so
ciety for re-appointment as chief game
warden or the State. The letter re
turiiing the iname was addressed to
Dr. 10. C. L. Adams, of Coluimbla, pres
i dent of tile society. Dr. Adams an
oimunced this afternoon that lie would
immediately call a meeting of fihe or,
ganization for the purpose of propos
ing a nam1e suitable to Ilie (overniiorI.
The Supreie Court has recently
bel Ilie ffi1c vacant , taking file lo
sit ion that ieither Mr. leliardson.
not Wade I nlhimton GiIbe, Goverior
Maiiilnig's appoiitee, had a title to
the posilion. (Governor Manning's let
ter to Dr. Adams follows.
"In view of ile recent decision c.
the S'upreme Courit, in the case o0
(Gibs vs Richardson, whereli it held
that (the society may now noimminate
and the Governor appo1it a clilef
gamtile warden, 1 1111 returinig to you
for the second time the name of 'tr.
and some will be bel
in this Store to have
iese Patrons to buy t1
all ever be in the reai
ions are, as always, "
A. A. Richardson, which your society
has heretofore forwarded to ine twice.
"I aln therefore againi returniiig the
name of Mr. A. A. Richardson for the
reCasonl that I do not deeml hdilmlif
aible for al liilenit as chief gane
"A w(If keqpt cottlag S better I
$100 rewvard lo anly nv that <
not han1dle " .,i l'it 11"g. '"
FIRST C ADE
Smis pamin ha4 given uiiversal
Cears, wherer ~I used.
For Sale h.\xehisive: in I"Iiaurenls
Michelin Casings are just as;
which are often imitated
i of 1917 start in their
ag right now--and so:
the Best-dressed Gust
'ieir New Spring Suite
rank of anything.
a little ahead of the ne
gardeji of the State.
"I rqet thai yOu call at1je~s
Of the Audubeii Society so that that
soclety Inay reCOICniel)nd to 1110 some
olle suiitable for appIolistniellt as chie
han a Inalhsion in ruins.
-II p~rove that T. It. Pittsdoe
Sat fIaction for over thirty-five
by3 T1. it. Piths.
r MFG.' CO.
, N. V.
F you buy a Michelin
Universal and hand us
as much as you're asked to
pay for some tires, we'll
give you back 25 to 30%
in change. Yet no better
tire than a Michelin can
W. P. HUDGENS
Laurens, S. C.
ood as Michelin Red Inner Tubes,
fn color but never in quality.
t- i t
Spring Suit pro
me Men will be
omners in this lo
now, so that no