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Born to Nt-. an( -irs. 14. F. Tiomias,
Air. Milton J. MeCuten, of Princeton,
wais at visitor in the city MonIaly.
Mr. W. C. Mlitchell, of Mounltville,
was in the city Mlonday.
,a week's stay icre with her 11101her
Mrs. 1'. P. Tollisonl.
Col. J. T. .lachen, of Princeton, was
i vistor iII tihe city Saturvay.
Mrs. Alnile U. F. llrookshire ias re
tirlied to 11r 1 hoie in ilorence after
3ir. hilett idei(i spent "I'll rslday in
Spartanburg visliing hi.s son, who Is
there as a meml.er of Co. 1).
Mr. Otis iiuff has returned to Ite
city frolm Ga&inesv-ille, Fila., where lie
ilas Il lt tending college.
Aluis .1illa Sherard, of Ninety Six, is
visiting .\lr. anld .\rs. W. Ii. (Gil kerseoi
onl Nortih 11riper street.
Miss .11111a Childress has relt turned
hom1e for h110 S11111111 r after a suIcces
fitl year in leaching.
Als .. . E. .linter and sister, Mrs.
Smlih, of S (ladia, are visiting .\r. and
i'rs. E. P. Minter.
.1lige R. C. Waits halts been spen1d
Ing several dlays in the city with his
brother, .\Maj. W. A. Watits.
Miss .\Margaret I )ualatp, who Is noW
a1 81udeilt at. W' in ithrop college, lhas1
been1 visiting lIer parent , Mr. and .Irs.
It. T. Dunlap. -
Mrs. J. T. Simm11ols, Mrs. C. W. Gar
rett and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. White of
- reenwood were here Friday to at
tend (he funeral of Mis. Harvey An
Mrs. C. "M. Clarke spent several dlays
in Ureetiville last week visiting hier
son, .\Ir. A. G. Hart, who was am111ong
those who left for Fort Oglethrope
ir. Walter Tribble, who holds a re
sponsible place ill the Washington
navy yard, is visiting his faither in the
11011 Gove section who has been1 very
M irs. Eston Medlock, who underwent
all operation at the htosplital several
weeks ago, hais recovered sutliciently
to he remlloved to the 110111e of hier
brother-in--law. Mir. .1. Arthur11 Taylor.
Miss Rebecca Dial has returned
lollie aftel' completing a colr'se inl a
floston1 sc'lool otf expressiol She has
already been proffered at professorshi p
in a large Ietiessee college for next
1(5is(es (Genie and Cointne Aiken,
tenehiers in the Youngs school, were In
tle city Monday iakig pr'eparations
for Ilheir return to their 1101110 at
Strothers following a successful year
Elugene S. Blease, Esq., tot many
years a m11emb11)er. of the Newberry bar,
spent Thursday in the city with hIs
daughter, MTs. iJ. . Workmnan and Mr.
Workman. ir. Blease has decided to
give tu) his practice in Newherry and
will move to S'an Antolio. Tex., to
make his home. le was on his way
there when here Thu rsday.
Special lot ladies' 11111 (shaves), ile
quality, latest creations. 0only 98c.
Error iln Advertisem1ent.
iln the adivertisemlent of D~odge au
tomobiles carr1iedi last week the price
fot' the touring car' was given as $785.
This should1( have been1 $835, 1". 0. ii.
Detroit. Mt'. J. 1131111 Ston1e, of Clin
toll, 1.9 agent of tis cat' alnd reports
a numaber' of sales and very encouri
At Methodist ('hurch.
R1ev. W. A. F~ait'y will preach a ser
mlon next Sunday at the morning 1hour1
on "Patriotism". A cordial invitation
to the public to attend the service.
Let ,us showv you tile many advan
tages ot tihe "Quick Meal" 011 Stove,
all sizes ill stock.
S. M. & E. H1. W'fL10'F0S & CO.
NAVY HONOR CARDS
PLACEID IN WINDOWS
U. S. Navy Publty Burean Issues
Cards to be Placed in Windows of
Washington, May 11.-That every
body may know from which homes
men have gone forth to serve their
country in the navy, and as an inspira
tion to others to follow, there has just
been issued from the press of the U,.
S. Navy Publicity Bureau, a card with
the following inscription:
"A men from this house is
now serving his country at the
front in the United States
in the upper corner of the card ap
pears the impressive seal of the navy,
while below a space for the aigna
ture of the commanding otlcer.
The cards are now being mailed,
first to all or tile ap~prenticel seamen at
'the naval training stations tn~ad they
wVIIl eventually reach every man in
the service. A fter being signed and
dIstributed they are to b)e malled htomle
anti placed In tile window of the
hlouse as a mark of honor as well as
a constant reminder of dutly to the
young man wile still hesitates in the
faco of thle country's call for mon.
3111S. N. AMELIA A NDERlSON.
Died Thursday and Hurled Friday iII
Mirs. N. Amelia Anderson, widow of
ihe late rlivey Andersmn and daugh
tor of the late Sheriff Oswald Richard
son, died at her lioie in this city
Thutrsday muorning at the advanced age
of 7 years. Death was (ule to a liar
den inig of tle a rteri'es Ilargely incident
to advanceed age. Shel had been in Ill
hecallh f'or 'several months, butI had
[ecu rerioiisy ill for only a few daiys.
The fiitne'ral was held a( tile Lau
reis eimet ery Iriday morning, a
large niunber of P ,Ilple attending. The
floral tributes were extremely beauti
ful, tle grave being fairly covered with
flowers. The services w1iere condlicted
by lie deceased's pastor, Rev. \V. A.
Fail ry , of tlie First .\lethodist church,
a niumiiber of tle old-filine hynills be
ing sung by a choir of mixed voices.
Thev deeeased Is survived by six (-ill
dreni, a1s follows: Mirs. .Jos. T. John
;on, of Spartanbitrg; Miss 1Lola Aidei'
:on, .\iss .1osle Anderson, Mrs. A. Ii.
SSanders, W. Ii. Anderon and M0. 0. An
derson. all of Ibau renis. M.\ s. Ander
son Wll a consecrated Christian Wo
manII1. interested inl all tle higher things
of life and greatly endeared to 1l
those witil whom she came in contlaCt.
More Stuideits lin teserve ('orps.
3'?r. D. 1lerbert Sullivan, a Laurens
boy,% who Is taking tile Civil Engliiee'
Ing course at Clemson college, was
among the 22 juniors selected to take
special training for the reserve ofli
cers training corps at Clemson college
this suimmer. He will be allowed, with
others, to coiplete the senior year.
Young Sullivan ias taken a title stand
in his classes and an active part In
athletics at Clemson. Hie recently
won the medal offered by the Pendle
toll chapter of the U. 1). C. for the best
essay oil "The Part that Old Pendleton
District Played in the War Between
the S'tates". lie read this essay last
Thursday at the memorial exercises
held at the historical old Stone
Church. Itly Taylor, son of Mr. Fletel
er Taylor, of the Watts 'Mills, Is an
other one of tihe. young men selected
to (like the traiiing course. lie has
been making i splendid record it
The Welnesday C1lub had a most in
(eresting meeting with .liss Frances
'Thames on May eighth. The roll call
was answered by giving an Indian
iiaime and Its meaning. Mirs. H1. C.
llohr, read a paper on "Indian Myths
and Legends." In this sel gave the be
liefs and creeds oin which the Indian
character Is founded. After hearing
this paper, one's respect. for the "real
Americans" was greatly increased.
Mrs. C. i. iIcks read a paper, "III
(ilal music". She told of the work
done by Luiran(ce collecting Indian
imelodies onil phonograph records. By
this means much las been done re
cently to interest people In Indian
music which is said to be very beau
On tis pro'gr'am there was an In
nlovation In tile form of stor'y telling.
Miss Tlhaimes dlelighlted the clib with
two' IndIan Myths, "The Legend of the
Tr'ailing Arbutus" and "The RobIn",
to1ld In a chlarming manner.
After thIs refireshments weire served
gored by Bull.
'Mi'. S. L.' Moore, a well known citi
zen of Wlaterloo, na>'rowvity escapled
death at his home Fridlay morning
when an infuriated bull attacked
1h1im and knoekedi him dlown, InflIctIng
scver'al severe Injuries uipon hIm. Mr.
Moore went to thle pasture ear'ly Fri
clay mornIng, carrying a iltchfork as
a protectionl. The bull rushed up~onl
him and pInned him down before he
could make any move to protect him
self, lHe was knocked down thlree
times and had hIs leg broken In three
different places. The bull left after
makIng the attack and Mr. -Moore
dragged himself to the fence, makIng
his escape to safety, Hie called frIends
who came and cari'ied him off on a
stretcher. Ils conditIon was so seri
ous that he was brought to the hos
pital here and the bones of his leg set,
also receiving other treatment. Al
though severely injured Mr. Moore con
siders hImself lucky in getting away
with hIs life, Hie Is now steadily re
covering from the injuries and shock.
Take notIce that on the 18th clay of
June, 1917, 1 wIll render a final ac
count of my acts and doings as Ad
ministratrix of the estate of SIsley
Carter, deceased, in the office of the
Judge of Probate of Laurens county,
at II o'clock -a. m. and on the same clay
wIl apply for a final dischlarge from
my trulsts as Administratrlx.
Anly pei'son Indebted to said estate
is notified r'nd reqluired to make pay
menlt on that date; and all persons
naving ciaims against saId estate will
pre'senlt themll Onl or before said date,
dlily proven or' be forever brriedl.
Adlminist rat rix.
May II6, 1917.-I11m0.
Special hoe sale Sat urday-10 chiil
:lirn's hoes,.lJust right for the ladies
and chIldren to work .heIr vegetable
ibatchles with-JSaturday, 10c enejh,
J, C, Bur's & Co.
CHIISTIAN ENDEAVOR UNION
CONVENES HERE SATURDAY
Scsslons to Laist Throlgh Sunday E
eningt. Prominent Siakers to Make
The first aniual Convention of the
latres District Christian Eldeavor
Union, colliposed of, the Christian in
deavor. societies in Newberry, Abbe
ville, Greenwood and Lautrens coun
lies, will convene in the 'iresbytoerianc
V chiurch Saturday eveling at N o'clock
with ithe meeting of tihe executive coM
mittee !'id tilhe regis ration of' dele
gates. This will be in the nature of
a preliminary mueeting to the Ieal con
vention which will begin Sunday
morning witi an address to young
people. The 'features of tle convenl
tion will be the addresses by Dert
Corcoran, of Chiri eston, Sunday aftcr
noon1 anld C. C. llailiiitonl, fleld repljre
sen tat'ive, Stinday eveniing. These ad
drcsses will lie of, Iterest. o the pub
lic ill geieral, wh.)ife tle reimainiler of
Ile pr'og-ram will be of particular' in
teresto the Chiristian Indeavor work
ers. The lbie. however, Is invited to
all the Sessions.
The following, attractive programl
will b carried out:
Slit urday Eelning, S O'Clock.
.\ecting Iistrict l4xecui tive Committee.
I egist ral Ion of delegates and assign
llent to homes.
Sunday Morning, 11 O'Clock.
lleguliar church service: special ad
dress to young people.
Registration of delegates and assign
inlit to liomes.
Sunday Afternoon, 3 O'Clock.
Song and Devotional Service. Rev.
lenry Stokes, Clinton.
A Word of Welcome. ir-. .1. .1. Adams,
Response. Prof. R. T. Wilson, Owings.
lieport of Const it ut ion Committee.
Report of Nominating Committee.
.\ Message from the State Union. Dert
Cercoman, Charleston, President S.
C. C. E. Union.
What .ly Soelety Is Doing. One inu11111te
reporls from societies.
.111or ". M. .lMrs. .1. I). Walts, Laurens.
Int erimediate C. E,. .liss .1ay .. Bailey,
Ilow Can We )evelop Our' listrict?
.\Mr. E-. If. Wlilkes, laurens. Vice
President S. C. (. I.. I'nion.
Sunday Evening, 7:15 O'Clock.
.\lodel C. E. Prayer Meeting. Leader,
Mrs. M. .1. MeFadden, Clinton. Top
le: "Growing As Christ Grew",
What Relation Has Your S'ociety to the
1'nlon . G. if. Cartledge, Clinton,
Superintendent Ianurens District.
AddessN: Mr. C. C. ITamillton. Field
Representative, inited Society of
Conserating Our11 Means: Offering for
Convention l'xp enses. Mr. It. K.
lRepfort of Resolut ion Conmmiitt ec.
I nstal lation11 of Offleer's.
Consecr'ation Seivice. Rev. C. F. Ran
lkIn. I sauriens.
War'e headiularteris for' Ball Brothi
eris Fruit .Jar- -nal sizes andl styles in
stock; give us your' oirder now.
S. M. & lE. H. WVILKI'0 & CO.
-An event of much interest andl sur
l)risc was spread abroad to friends and
relatives when Miss Nora Wilson was
married to Mr'. Lewers Peden Satur
day after'noon at 2:30 o'clock. Thue
marriage took place in Lauirens at the
residence of Rev. J. L,. ,Mein. Miss
Wilson Is the charming and attractive
daughter of Mr. Geo. D). Wilson, who
lives near Laurens. Mr. Peden is the
son of Mr. Torn Peden of Gray Court.
For the past year Miss Wilson has
been teaching In the high school de
partment at Gray Court-Owings, where
she make a marked success of her
work and won also the good-will and
love of the people. Mr. Peden is a
progressive farmer in that community
and a young man of noble characteris
tics, being highly esteemed by his
many friends and acquaintances.
Mr and Afrs. Peden will make their
home in Gray Court, where a life of
happiness and iprosperity is wished
To Build Potato Storage hfouse.
Keeping abreast with the movement
fot the production and conservation
of toed stuffs, Mr. RI. A. Cooper has let
a contract for a potato storage ware
house for preservinlg sweet potatoes.
The warehouse will be built under
plans fur'nished by Cl'emnson college
and~ will have a capiacity of a thouis
andl bushels. It is claimed that pota
toes stored1 in such a warehouse wvill
keelp much longer' than those stored
or "b~ankedI" in tihe ordiinar'y wvays.
Spiecial sale ladies' and childrien's
white sller'j for' summer wvear, 98c
J. C. Burns & Co.
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the many exclusive points that will a
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Prices same as last year:
Ice Boxes From
Refrigera tors Froi
S. M. & E. H.
frcke deen yoref -gis
of the highest grade toilet prepe
summer's sun plays havoc whe:
Our stocks present an excell
will add much to your summer
limited selection of soaps, toilet
perfumes, cold creams, etc., etc.
For dependable qualities, n
faction in drugs and sundries, ti
frigerator, note the plain solid
mels to catch dust, round cor.
kept clean, built like a safe,
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da of Ice)
ite Provision Chamber
ard as Flint
nany advantages of a White
1 the perfect insulation, the
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n $7.90 Up
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campaign to snbun n
his attacks withaspl
comfort. An almost un
waters, talcums, lotions,
ioderate prices and satis