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Aliss Alma Coleman of Cross 11111 Is
visiting Miss Cleo Walker this week.
Mr. 'S. C. Wood has gone north to
buy fall goods for Clardy & VIlson.
Mr. Jack Wilkes, of Norfolk, is visit
Ing his grother, Mr. H'. H-. Wilkes.
Mrs. W. If. Anderson,after a delight
ful visit to relatives iII Fairmount, W.
Va., has returned home.
Mr. Theodore Crews, of Atlanta, has
been visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Crews fol: several days.
Mrs. A. K. Kinard, of Clinton, has
been visiting her parents, .Mr. and
Mrs. Shealy, for several' days.
Miss Rith liasterby left last week
for ('hester to spend some time with
Mrs. Jobn Glenn.
Mr, T. J. MeAlister leaves today for
the northern markets to lay in stocks
for the Dirvis-Ioniei ('omnpaiy.
'Mr. Richard Dua:p left Monday to
make a tour of North Carolina towns
.lIhs 'Mary MCIl lough, of ('hester
"has been vlsi ting .\liss IlatleI Gray
and oth1(er frilend' in the city.
Mis. -Edna Teague and son, Wash,
of All'ousta. spent Sunday In the city
vit'i Ir. and Mrs. It. T. D1unlap.
Mrs. W. 1,. loyd and .\liss Wil Lonl
Polyd will !ave today for ildneyville,
N. C., to spend 'some time.
Mrs. Carlisle Smiti of columbia, is
visiting her sister. '\1rs. i*Iills, on
Mrs. .31. L. Nash, of Landmi, ar
rived il tle city several days ago to
visit h,(.I sister, Mrs. Mary .\tstinl.
Mr. W. IT. Knight, of Barksdale Sta
tion, was a vislior inl the vity yester
Mlisscs Nor a and .Minnie Ziitme uman
of St. .at hews, are the guests of Mi.SS
Ruth M ie.Xster this week.
M1i Carolinle Roper has had as lier
guest the ist few days Miiss liieln
Morgan, of Gi'eenville.
M isse' Cora and Nannie Kate Arm
strong are visiting relatives in the
Zierna section of the counti y.
Misses inez and Ishbelhle lilaeley
are10 visiting Miss laonise I Power, daugh
Ar. T. I. Switzer expects to liave
lie latier imrt of tlie wveek for Ihe
nort hern 22 malets to buy fall goods.
.\iss Sarah iFran"es Gieini is the
guest. of Miss Caroine Fllming on
North lh e r stre et.
Sins. Elhi ltidrd h1 a; ietuniled froll
(ra, Couri, where she has been visit
ing 3.r .1.. .\. EIltikenwi.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. P'ower'.
Mr. E 11. \Ilintve, and Mr. T. 1. Bahh
left .\lilbay for thle nortlhern rkets
to by fall.goods.
Miss; Annie lardy has reitned
from J ohnlison ityI :.- an1d 1 'nliala Springs,
T'ann., and Ashville. N. (., where she
spent several weeks.
.l Iss Ethel and -Nora Langston,
'Mrs. Ambrose lludgens and little son
are visiting Mrs. I lollingsworth -in l'n
loll this week.
. Mrs. R. 11. McDonald, of Columbia, is
visiting hier mother, Mrs. .1. Han LAt
tie, on .aurel street. Ar. .I. Han L1t
tie is also there.
Col. L. . Burns and Mr. R. 1-.
Thompson left Monday for' halt imore
to buty goods for' the two 'lRed I ron
Racket stor'es In Laurens.
* 31ris. Lidle IHarris left Monday' foir
Greenville, where she wvill remain
several (lays before going to Ashville,
N. C., to remain unti -ISept ember.
Mr. II. hi. Oglesby, of Deweyrtose,. Ga.,
sipent several days in the city last
week with his brother. Mr. J1. 10.
MIss Marie Philpot has been very
sick for several adys andl her plarents
are uneasy over her condition, it is
thought that she has typhoid fever.
Chief J1. T. Crews spent a part of
last wveek In IEdgetleld, visiting his
br'other', Mr. Edgar Crews. who is coin
nCtedh with a niewspapler there.
Mr. and Mrs. J. TI. Crews uspent Sun
dlay 12n Greenville, having gone up to
visit thieir~ son. .Jam'es, who Is a pleml
ber of Co. D), at (Camp Sevier.
Mesirs 'Hart and Grover icehey, ac
comp~anied by Mr. Shapiro, all memi
'bers- of .the supplily company at Camp
Sevier, spenlt thle week-end in thle ('ity
wvith Mr. and Mrs. W. R1. Rticy.
Misses Shirley Bllackc anad Mart ha
Boozer, of Columbia, anld Kit tie Lee
Whiarton, of Waterloo, are guest of
Miss M1arigarlet Dunlaimp oin SouthIi Iar'
Mr. 0. Ii. Riddle, of Charlotte, is
.visiting his parents, Mr. andl Mr's. C.
M. Riddle. .Mr. Riddle is in charge
of the advertising departmlent on the
Charlotte News and is one of the ris
ing young business melt of the city.
Mi's. D~eWitt King, of Charleston, is
visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Miller and
other relatives l'h the city. Mrt. King,
who travels a large plart of the year,
also came in for the wveek-end.
Mrs. Johin Holt and little child re
turmnedl last week fromn a visit to Horse
Cave, Ky., helng acompanlied on lher'
r'eturin by Miss Mary ,Dunagan, who is
visiting her now.
Mr. and Mrs. Rice Nickels anid their
mother, Mrs. Sfllle Nickels, and Miss
Fr'ances Tice, of Wh'lit mnire, retulrnedl
last wveek fr'omi a delightfill motor tirip
through North Car'olna and Vimihia
to Richmond, where they .yisite direl-J
Mliss 1elen Jones,' who has been inl
the mountains of. North Georgia for
several wecks, will remain away un
til Septeinbe. .\ iks Dloreas Calines
will join her sonme tile this week to
be there un1:11til her school terni opens.
Alessrts W. G. Lancaster and Rt.
Fleming Joles, two prontinent youtlm
busliess m11en1 of the city, spent sever
al days of last week at Wrightuville
ileach, N. C., or thereabouts. They re
hurned home 1onday evening via Co
Ilumnibia and Chapin ve'ry Illuelh refresh
ed after their sever'al days of rest ald
Virginia flicks, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Hicks, was brought
back from Columbia hospital .ionday
evening, her condItion not showing
ally huprovemnent. The child 1Is still
e(Ierful in her Illness and won the
bhearts of her nurses and doctors In
Colunihia by the <tulet ness and fortI
tide wilih which 'sho bore her suffer
+ SOCIETY. +
"Old Gl'ory"1 Party.
Clintoi, Aug. 1:1.-An innovation
came to the Clinton social set londay
artrnioon lit tle forn of a i " 'Old
Glory'" ity, -Ivvn by .Mirs. .1. A.
Tables were arInged for sixteeni
players. and( thle decor-ationls carried
olit the patriotic color schteine.
nc "Old Glon N'( Iry" was recentily
copyriIlted and produced by Al is.,
Ir-env Di~lard of, Clinton, and AtIrs.
Chalidler gave Its first int roduitil loll
into Ulinton, uisail interest was tak
ein inl lite playin. .\t tie eni or tlie
na ie a delicious ice ' eourse wa'as
Saturday afternoon \is. W. if. )ial
enihrlained thlie young ladies of .\llss
b Mlla Mae lial's siet when lthe latter's
enagmet.as announlced to Dr. .1.1
I,. .\larshal, or IreevnwoOd. Tle aii
n(eentp \ was Iad inl anl ori.'inal
iaii after -efrehinints had been
erved. wen lit:1v .liss; 1l)orot hY
1)uil and .\largarel .\brg mariched
into the room as Ile 1,ol1ieurriin wd.
(1r11 inarch was played on tle vi(erital.
hearing w\.fil Ih hem cords oi which Iti(.
11:111c' Wf the young' people werv inl
-erihed and which we-re dlistributeod
ilong tle guests. Tle gitests had re
((efe no previolus intinmation (if thev
atn uncemn, so wlen it came i hey
'row(ed aroiund lie bride-elect to -r
lret best wishe4 for her Iappiless. The
Iatrit.ge Is to take place in O'ttolr.
Thlie following marriage anntitotuntce
tlient, coicerninlg a foriner Iaurens
by, and in attractive young lady of
Virigintia, will be read withinterest
.Mr. and\l Mrs. William 1. illtsiliselle
announce lie marriage
or theIr dauighter'
ir. Iteub~en Gaines C'ar'dy
oin Satturday, August thle e'lev'enth
nineteen hundr~lied and seenteeni
Art er a short honteymnoon, .\lri. and
.'1ris. (Clardy r'eturnmed to llins, where
i'. Olardy, who is a son or .\ir. J1. M.
C'lai'dy or this cIty, is a stuccessrful
l)lSTI("l' N. S. ('ON VENTION.
Hleldl at Cross H1il1 and Attended by an
A lpireiative A udihiece.
On last Sunday anlother' (listict Sun
day school convention was held In
laatns tScounty. 'lThis 0one was ithlit
Crioss il11i and( was attenldedl by3 an alp
1rec iativye atudience. UnderI~t t he lead
ci'shi p of 'Rev. Mi'. ltatchford(, thle (oil
ventt in wails t'n led( and tjea ker's in
Sitled roi' the afternoon.
i'. C. It. Owings, at thiis tmeeting.
outIllned the im ts rot' anlothleri year as
wellI as gate thle reason for tis Conl
v'entiont. Di. lirimm ini his ('lear ('lt
style, ex plained thle stamnlarid or etli
eley beitg aimed iat by all thle Sunt
day schiools.' Mr. .1. 1.. Gra~y mieatsured
the stanin g of thle Stinlday schllsi5
measurteidi lby a ('hart. 0f dlilC Icy. It
is am:tinlg to sco htow~ iooly3 somie
S'tuday schoiols stand~ nlot on13'lyin
'loss 1illi di strtie? lti ill Ceery dIis
tict. Xl iss .\XI Iwee l)av'is in hiet' bit
discussed the seemingly nont-lnter'est
found it the Sundlay schoo01 leaders,
and Mi'. P. W. Mooire gave a lai'ge vh
51011 of uisefuilness for' the Sundttay
schiools. 'I'he aimt of these (list rict colt
ventions Is two-fold; first, to ct'ente
greater Interest in indi vidual Stunday
s(chools; and~ secondf, to fornt a greatetr
co0-operat Ion 'amontg Sunday school01s
of the ('ountty. The vaurotus (listrlit
('onventttins point1 to a suiccessrul
tMty13 conv~entionbi foi' Sept enmbet' 1ith
To Cure a Cold In One Dlay
Take LAXATIV7E lR OM Qutinine. It stotra the
Cough and tiendatche a ad works SjI the Cold.
DruggIsts refunid atone If J..ails to cure.,
EC. W. CROvF's sirnat re--.0f ea bn 2
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Accordill..g to the alniouinCIeetnents inl
the daily Ilaper, the following 1,Iu.
Ircnis Couinty meIinI are aLmiong those who
have beenl ii ll i sisolned at the 0ll
v Irs Itra inlnjug (nllp at Port Oglethorpe:
1'i at let in~ t
11. It. Todd.
It. . ichey, J r.
T. 1). Iake, .r.
Second LI'etelioan h
J1. .\1. Bhu'k.sdale, Clin1tonl. -
W. C. Dlillard, Clinton.
i. A. Al It le.
C. L'. Stoney.
.lames C. Todd.
It. S. Biolt, Jr.
1)- P". Blarnett, Jr.
\V. Mi. .\cGowan.
A. G. Hlart.
The 11-11e are ':wc the li iv i ,
itter part of the weel on a l long h
of '-1n days atlor whihef they will be
olorere to solme polints as yet unanu
Noted Edenlor Will .Ivin Ile on Win.
Rlock lHill, .\ g ;.- h Inany
friends of Dir. .lines 1'. KIlnard will
be rejloiced to know that he %%ill Ir
turn inl the- ("arl%. fall to fill a chair
inl \\'inthr-op colle.!e. At a Iineeling" of
thespeialconuili'eo ot thw board of
tru1stvee , hel1d here ('n .\onday Il .)rt,.
O~r. inard wvas, eN~ettl Ill . chair. inl
:"'d li top ' ten of Educaofo. (md.
(;. 11iriin :o tho- !o v cre-atedde
alent (If v,ir:t' dcdreaion.
i II I 1 h .( - I i I I II 'Ir y aI rs .1
tI( eacelt Ia prfn rs i inlI thl, Ci.a
'hi. 11 'a Ihen cll en president of I
.\ndI -.(lln (.Ie e and <lut I Ih I pas
:svhools of' Nwhcrr-'. fronm which place
it' will ra ve o tills city.
i(rin) hi; oI (Cedence here as
I ' s n'of !1n1is in \\inthrop, l1r.
i r 1.13h - a Vnh I a rm
friends I l- rwl ho I Ii e St oe whIo will
Iy' !. hill ll (( I . (11 la fI )I,, k In hiV 11,
l'., 1((h la l t ,i . tha1 t he is in' Ielurn
I'- Lheo # i' t ot l tW which he sI loyally
l1v( .d and I which he l or ,0 gLt with
enLI ient scves. I or ,Io Ion s n 1.
ile w il i ih ha n of t he :it. e-ll: i
i r in si a LI il I l n of I u tl ( 0ti
I'lanSeer to titn
Dl-. . .\l. tichards , of avids o -, N.
C (, 'we 111d the pul'pi' al Ilo Firs
l'revSbykerianl churchel Sunday mlortliingu
Aftn vnne a ' th litle servive be.
in( . held by t he lo aptist nl d Prvesby
letu h uhviles. D)r. .liardz, who
is a brother of .\t. .John Wells Totd,
.ir., pl ilre led two iho!.arly and im
pressvf sermons which Were heard
by large and a(Ltive congregations
ait holh services. The union services
w10l bo held in ithe Baptist Chrsvhs
next Sunday, whe the services will
blay by fao naltcv . of ...rn .- un_
ttD.e , .\L.s tak e r, whoi i s n wttl iias
(eti' mpany10 li Taks tiia[ke.e
After ('k a hike of h ittl mventy ppl
mirl est eat If w i hihf was made01 dlr
Ing' heavy showies, 11C(opany il), of
th Firtliel1. Sou hCaotlyi infa' dn-r
ne'ally (( I m rch ared tocam yeterdayi
proud o th'ledI factli thetL th er
capale1 esf making~e the istance with
(Oarh'lyvi ysray'2 morg the mlen,
(oi, get out on' a( hikl, theiit be1nt8
aitn tat could' be made both'~
way byd i~ 0ou Lo'clock. A ir itous(
rute ofa setaken ande it alittle whie
('teyi wer on h~e1 froLado Travelers~ cto
ito ethic i pon gwase mA foLi
12 o'cock. Ier V th men stray.
andres. in thead and soon din-(''
n As Msed 'this C onsistingrof
fndrahe it Ii Nwhi thie eTtime.y
yovnal etmte the dtance-y
nou get wearWlyandowillt; riii tis'
ofi:ht. mAln (10,h oh compnw 8.t
Greenv~i, ilt hNewsrsetll~t; to
Wil dNoute it.rmr"
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Jones, Aug. 1:.-We were so sorry
to Iar of the uniithliely leath of our1
wa lin frilend ( uraiam Payne, and syi -
istiz~ iost feniderlly wvith ihis sorely
Dr. J. Walter :anliel and family, of
.\lar ion, visited his sister, Airs. I)r. W.
T. Jones, last week. IIis many frienmds
'vill be glad to hear that he is in ('X
ol lent health and getting a long spln
(j)(ly with his work.
Alt. Weslevy .lorrison and faily v of
.\nldrIon visited his parents, lion. and
Allr!. J. P. .Alorris-Zoni yest erday.
.r. Johi O'dell of Spatanlburi ig* vis
itd his sister, .\l"... i.. MeNinieh aid
his !on .lCoy Odell, last week.
AMrs. 1.. E-. Mlartin and sons, l-raik.
Willam and l'.igene are visiting her
paren ts, lI. al'l Mrs. W. T. .1lones.
h'llose who a. t(ended the iunion of
old soldiirs at Quaker last Sa'tIulrday
loroighly aijoyed thie day. loll. 1".
P'. AleGow.'. of I-aurns. delivered anl
-l r. Wesley .lorrison of Andeison.
addressed oilr Sunday school yester
Mrs. -Addie Carteir, of Ilotlea Pl1.
is visiting her broth er..\I;-. (;. B. Utley.
\e are very gratelfu I to all of oulr
ftiends who have reclyi i nIIirIe
1us with substant iall favors.
.\!r'. Dr. W. T. .Jones, aVeroinp:toiled
by her sons Waller a id lraINks aii
11a11u1hter, .\ +' 1-. V.. Alartin,. vi--itee
h(r I-brother. Mir. La. T. Dlliel off Grrcn..
W t recently had Ile pleair (I
Ineet ing tHi hllowil.. friendiiw: J.lo.n
in l n.:m of Ii n lthh: .1. V. . Iiradlor'd an1.
Gr<nwlodt: W!. . 1 k:. Alaci-on wt
"rincetofon. I. V!. ilaihion Ilf .\bbes 1h,,
Prof. IIud n and Fralnh .\-i wf, (1
;: - ,I et l Air. IL O f 01, re a
Just in Timec.
Irato uins. :vin-."Yu(11 hook
agents nilumk IM, s nl,-,ry with your
confouinde~d nerve and iumdfence that
I cannot find words i. .xpess my feel.
ings." AgeIt "Ten 1 ain the very
\.1n yon want. I ion selling dicti0n
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I, i 'tIc l kup I .. .l r.:, J. F. A|I
IV' I itwa 1 '. w liJ v ~ I tI 1,W \
(I arve hig way If t' II S lier,
1pen 8 11nd.y w ithI hoaInet'o Ik s her(I
- A. Tra ynhan left .londay i r
(olest e', whver tie has n'cilt(led a po
sit io .
Alisscs lillie and ertihy ScotI of
Chandler are tle guests of .\liss Con
.\I. Sloanl 1). Ilagwell of Charlotte,
N. C., is expected to arrive heie .\lonl
day to spenid his vaation with honiie
AIr. and Mrs. J. 1I-. Allen of lioneI.
l'4athi wer'e visitlors hier'e Sundiay.
.\l iss P~)I ly Nelson or Ilanrens is
vIsitinug t he .\I isses Taylor'.
.wi'eis of' mieetI igs at .\l I. Iliethel clhuirch
nea r her'e. lIe is assisted by thle lIer.
.Alr. Gr'itiin or P'elzer.
l Iss 1%,iddile Arnoild has leturni'ied
fr'omi ani ex tenidedl visit to her' sister,
Mlrs. T1. J. ('rane in Pelzer'.
.\t iss I sidie I tagwel Ih'ais return'ied
friomi a v isit to r'elat ives near I' Ionea
llex. ('rawford or Wllliamiston, is
conduct31 Iiig a sei'ies of meetinugs at tCo
Ilumioia ('ehtrir. 'Thie song ser'vices are
('onduc t ed by hiis son, la 1111h 'iraw'foid.
'.\essr's (GoldsmithI and lilizz/arid or
Gre'enilliIe were vilsitors her'e W~ednes
Th'le Y. W. A.'s of the Priinoeton flap
list ehurc'(h will hold( their annual 13ub1
1 8th at S :3o0''clock. Th'Ie address05 will
lie deli vered by M\r. ('. II. lRoper' 0of
Il:urens. The pubilic Is or'dially ini
vitedi to attend.
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'Tylvileill .\eL. :: --Tlhe pr01~otractd
.\liss aIla (latk was iln I~aure'ns
\liss Grace Pl'e, spent last week
with r'elallives nearp Woodruffl.
Mtr. floyd loo of ('ross Anchor Is
spending this we'ek w~ith1 his Iparenits.
Alr. anld Ma's. J1. T1. Hoho.
Xir. W.. 's. ('lark of Greenwood speint
thle weok-end willh relat ives here.
AIr. W\allter Sloan of Laur'ens, at
I end(1ed 5'irvices at Sandly SpIrlings Sun i
Ir Iluieh .\lyers SPent Suntday withi
In . \l o ~4unti'lle Spenlt Sunday1e aif
* f:'rn wit h .\t. andi~ Mirs. TI. IP. Poole.
I w. 1' tI''an1 'v wo in ii a 5 1.
Take your choice of ihany -
rich and lovely colorings
/"What shandes~ shall I use for that room?" - -
you ask yourself. We have the answer
here--Columbia Windowv Shades -and
we'd like you to see them.
From thc many styles and rich, attract ive color y ou wiil find displayed
here, you sall fir it easy to selectjust the shade you wo"t for any room.
Firm textured, LONG-wearing fabrics; CLOSED-.NDj rollers; hand
somely clectro-platcd fixtures; the convenient READY-TO-HANG
package-these arc other Columbia supe'riorities you'll want to see.
In our House Furnishings', the assortments are most attractivc now and
prices reasonable, Comc in.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
F I H) ' - I V N r 11S. of
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iI t 't Ic ;I I~ !I C(ti~ ai t-,i v ('!
I d fr m Iiyeblir. . '.. ami ii
Vtiililt .\.bs ('arrit liemonenoof Iau
-\Ii 11v l l :lend ats wwikla
\iorb Is ra io visiting Wd C I.1lr . V he I
-on, .\liss Oria l'owers andi .\iiss Juiai i i 'etin ii b s iift
N. Ii %vlin Achu Ii 111 ii a it I ti ralu'ua
iis. A. i. Y, and children o i I' I I 1 N 'I
l'eler are i l rin g . i s. I stng's fat her I l t ad in 1n t or.
.\Mr. 1. .. Ilolt.i it t: . ae
.\l 1ss .s (Oltih i liraIlet, 1- I lin: sII V :Inesn ( i a ItI t:;Ad
adden and ia ide il!"on I i. IeI In luitit:, M' Iti ji o ae -
(ourl cowiuity atur day afternoon.efr sait,
C a li e .l l e and .\lild re d) ioc i :. Ild p ()If th e d
s .pen S vinday w Mri .\liss l'va hol e. as str t
We are very sorry to hear of pe y
illnIes I o 1 .\'e. Olin 1111. I lope he will ___M l al____
soodn e well and going again. i
.Al isses ara'orances Glenn and bearr- said
lie l"el iniig and111 .\I. Poole morolored
Ioi to spend01 Suilndy afternoon with
.\iss (lenn's mother, .Mrs. ). A. G lenn. AI SO
Qite a numer s drove d to I of fle
ersidle Sun day afternoon to at tend then
rvices o leAre. lr. Scott Itreahed
an vroeenjoyed themselnves. 35drd Pu s
-\is Eaandl i.:he Holt, KathI- AS
oen, I1) wull and g-dwin Long andl .\B
Olen Hoil sipent last Th'lursday after- as
noon withi the .\lisses I )onnon.etatM r t
Misses ruth Sniyler and Ithel o
sient Sunday with .\iss Ruth .lyers. KINS
.\l rs. Iaarl Tinasley who is to t eachi at
.'il u sgtove next year has moved hack
in the commiunil. She is withi her fa
tlhe ri . W. M. Myers a t plesent . B rass.. .C opper,_ H id es,
.\lr. Iroa Sp t sIlent tIe lday with r- \.
lta i ellenj:in l'tiitlay. t c.t at M irk e
Miss 111111 :ltoit liie d nothe hirth
daynt Sunday \\'t ho 1e 1 hiiesfairy un:.:
Muady v wil x be ahnve tisoed bac. H MAnyR
ily tillim it y. Shiei is \\lit her. la- Oppos' it ''tittieityi' Hlall.tj
f.ir\it-. Wh A yer at( ra-r. -n.
Al. Ia at the wol f h lme fl ray af-ll r
E iar l dwin Long antd .\r. \. .. .\i y- t 0. ( l l I age :
ers spent Sunday aftnoon with .\l. l of 1t111 stff
\ :s. A. it. Loing i lo ritur n home latindeae.
h latter alt of thie weik, accom- ll' a y H f r 1( ti ; d
iniyed\ i her sister oliss -:va liolt ltoni.h ll an s a he ie
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A ua I 11 l'ien i f e.itold 01 e, In I lie (oii it ofirroha Ic, I0
.\Myrtle eniupt No. ''0, W. . W., wills
hold its annual Mii ridWay, Aug. * v . ( A
M7. at Friendsip Prteshyleriian el rch. tolt J
T spkers wilt h1 (. A.i ewer, s iJaf a.
e ts Spen Si'i a aS v' l wih r i fill- ie wh tog ai h m Lite r- sai ad mit nist ia
II tli . . lIlackw ll and (till--theandenotclieofra).
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The QuInIne That Doss Not Affect The Head ive Out ald aUS
k lit., tonIc andl la xative effect. oAXA. T h l l a n s trenrti tin c,
TIVOIi ROMO Ql:lNitNIiel bitter than ordinary 'iATI0:clt'tJI.irveou
Qinine ndt doet not cause Siervou.ess lor
ringing in he i. Rentinbe the funl naue anti dtd il I b
tten Iren nI. For dfi n hae. Ao
ht Iltof it I I~ o'l.k i
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