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Mrs. Dr. T. Lj. Timmerman spent
the week-end in Spartanbnrg with rel
Miss Maude Mae Jessee left Moti
day morning to enter Brenau College,
Miss Cora Armstrong left last weck
for :Woodruff, where sho will teach
again this year.
' Mr. M. L. Hayes is in the northern
markets buying goods for the fall and
Miss Lilllie Miller returned last week
to take up her' duties as tonehier in
the Winder, Cha., schools.
- ir. C. W. Garrett, of Greenwood,
spent Sunday tn the city with his
mother, .\Mrs. W. H. Garrett. .
Hugh 1ielielberger left yesterday
for Clinton, where he will resume his
studies at the Presbyterian college.
Mr. J. W. Todd and family returned
last week after spending the summer
at their rummer home at Montreat.
Miss Gussie Aliller left Thursday
for Nichols, S. C., where she will
teach during the coming school sea
Miss 1ava Oxner, of Kinards, and
AlMis Beth Mitchell, of Mountville,
were shopping together in the city
'Nisses Lola and Lucy MePhail and
Miss Martha Owings, left yesterday
for Anderson College to resume their
Miss Carrie Lou 1liggins, of Lan
ford, has been visiting her uncle and
aunt, ir. and Mrs. '. V. Ferguson. for
Miss fDorothby lludgens left today to
spend a few days with AMIss Nan De
loache of Camden, before retu rning
to Coketr college.
Ir. and Mrs. J. A. Bailey and
daugbteir, Miss Alden Bailey. of Clin
ton, a111d Miss Rose Cornelsonl were in
the city .londay.
.ir. W. B. Sloan. Mrs. C. 1i. Clarke
and Mlss liebeeca Clarke, Mrs. 11. K.
Alken and Robert Aiken motored to
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Fleming and
Master R. P. have returned home af
ter a stay of a month in Greenwood
Misi M.\ary Louise Cogswell, of
Charleston, is expected on Friday to
spend several days witI her college
friend, .\Miss Margaret Dial.
Mrs. W. 11. Ilughes and children.
Frances. Arminda and .Joe, left Sat
irday for a few weeks' visit to Rock
11Il1 and Gastonia, N. C.
Messrs. Eugene Power, James Me
Cravy, I lenry Bennett and John
Tuml in left. yesterday for Fiturman
ITniversity to study the coming year.
4 Mr. and .\Mrs. W. 1). Whitiman and
children of Statham, Ga., have return
ed home from a visit to their relatives,
Mr. .I. J. Owitigs and Mrs. !;. W. Rut
Miss Dortaq Calmes, who is teach
tig in tie Coliubia sclools, is stilel
ing a few days in the city witli rela
tives o ilier way to Columbia from
Miass Mar'y Sherar'd, of Nintyt Six,
ia visit ing her aunit, Nits. WV. ii. (Giker
son,. having stop~pedl over lFrbhly. Ott
lhert way huomoe ftrom a v isi t to0 friends
The N''edle Craft 'Iinh w.as dleliit
fully' enterltie on iditay atkno
bI '.\ Iiss .\ Ileene F"rantks. AfteIr sew -
lng a while, a tetmpting saladl courise
- Mrs. .1. It Little has had as he'r
guests thme past weeCk her sister'I. .\lr's.
Th'omp~ison, oif Anderson, and' heri
tlbrot' and wife, Mir. and Mrts. 1 300%'
cir, of NMississippl.
Nits. F. N. Sistiunk. of Great Falls,
is visiting het' sistr, Nits. .1. C. lloyd.
Mrt. M., E. Manley sipent Sutnday at
('am p Sevier,. Greenville, w..lIth his son,
Jud~ge R. C. Watts atnd Nisas Gtussie
Watts left yesterday by auttomlobile
for' (Cheraw. after' spending the sum
mer her'e. The rest. of the family w.ill
follow.. at a latetr (late.
Nat IKenn tedy left yesterday mor'n
tng fotr (Greetnville, having r'eceived or
der's to join the (quarttermtaster's cor'ps,
in which lhe made appliention for' ser'
vice several weeks ago.
Mr's. 1. 1', Sitmpson andl sistetr, NMrs.
Thedfotrd. and dautghters, Misses Mary,
Lueia andi Anntie Simtpson, have re
turnedC~ fr'omi Montreat, w.here they
have been spendilng the summer.
Miss Ftrances Thames, who has been
spendling thd summer with heri sister
in H-endlersonville, and Miss Annie
Gilkerson and Miss Hrarirett Hughes,
who visited Miss Thames last week,
all returned to the city Monday.
Miss Corrie Knight, daughter of Mr.
T. W. Knight, of the Hickory Tavern
community, pAtssed through the city
Wednesday on her way to Ashville, N.
C., where she will cont-inue her stud
les thtil year in the normal in~ititte.
Mr. and Mrs. James S Irley, of Wil
*nington, Ne C., visited their sister,
Mrs. A. L. .Mahaffey, hero last week.
Mr. Shrewho has many friends
Wvno remuembehtim here, holds a very
responsibl po\on with the A. C. L1.
Mr. T. D). Wat a loft Monday
morning for Anidrs\ where lie will
rewnitt abot a week b~1ore taking up
llls dilies in the Columbia schools.
IMr's. Watkins will remain here until
Mr. Watkins returns, to Columb!:
when she will join him there.
Frank Armstrong, known by hIs
friends as "Old Boo", left Monday
mornluig for Clemson college, where
lie will be In the Sophomore class this
year. "Boo" went early to be with the
foot-ball team which is beginning
early practice for a strenuous season.
Although only a Freshman last year,
he made an enviable record with the
The -Baraca Class of .the First Ilap
tist church under the leadership of
Mr. Boyce Clardy, had a social meet
ing on last Tuesday night at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Hudgens. Thel
Young men had tile privilege of asking
one of their lady friends, as a guest.
After several hours of enjoyable talk
ing they were served an ice course.
irs. IEmma 11. Roper, who has been
teaching in the city schools for the
past several years, left last week for
Texarkana, Tex., where she will
teach this year. Mrs. Rloper was one
of the most cilelent teachers that the
school has ever had and her depart
tire was genrally regretted, not only
by the school authorities but by het
many friends and relatives here.
See our line of Sewing Machines.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
ZERO. RIEtUiL/I' By
I niteeI'sti-il Experimliiient 1ored 11 Out
by U. WV. 111ekerson of .11d1sion .11ills.
Grieen111l1e, S. ('.
What happened whien a valiable
pilece of utmachinery wear:; out and
breaks down? It has to be rella(ced or
re.11ilt. '11ut the tilost. valiabl piece
: machillery is the hum'nan bod3 and
Vhbent it seemts inI danigetr ofbreatkin.i
down it be(otdes; ne(CesVryT to fiml
somne method of rebuilding it <plickly.'
"so inl mly case'." sajid Ali,. Dick-jv
'n. "after three vears of iei'vouis in
digest14)onI I 'oii( mystlf o wo 'I ndt
Sik from my ft frit. iIng that I ' 1 i
joI about teiad, to be lisCatrded."
Whw i e-d Ic done I had trieel
e~yln~tI fobl aarof butl nloth
41il did anly good 4nt ii I at lati
to k(now%- of Sillfet'rro-Sol am1111 whilt 1hih
great Nat iure reimed d for mew
"it ltelped me1v right from the sta't,
:111d althoigi .pty si ottomcht t tist lave'
4'il in I (jvuoless condition, tils r
Imarkabtle reietody has mtale Im. wholly
wm(!l an11l stronig againl. Sulferro1. -0sol I.;
the greatest 'eitedy I know of to mtl(e
inew stomaCis ott, of won Out, di isease'
ridell otnes, and I tnn recominietl
(his remedy wilit all my heart, for the
u orst kind of stomlach t reulbles."
"lieri it the .11t(ldsOn .\Iills every one
Isaows of Sulfeirro-Stol and ithe grea011
vorl: it is doing for Stifferr.'
SlIfierro-8ol is sold and recommend
ed1 by lite Iauiri(ns I)rig Co., a1nd all
o1Itr drirtgglsts. Murray )rug Co.,
Hold 0l4nd Sale.
The County of ,anen: , Soulih Caro
in a. offers for sale .I50,t100.0l Ilmd
Improvement 1lOnds d ated .1ly 1st,
1H!7, heariln.-t g interest at live 15-) 1)(11
vent per anupaylablesnl-aua
ly, .11uly Ist andl .1,an1uar1y Ist of eachl
y'arC, mattiring as follows:
$10,000.01 maturing in 5 years, $15,
000.00 it ton yea's. A20. 1I.011 inl fiflt ii
yvars. $2-5.000.00 it t twe'nt v yeairs, $30,
010).00 ~~~ in t leny-five yas $3900
In thirty Wor. \ill beA .Zohf for not
less thani imr 1'and acerned'I ('1ntest,
.New Yoi'k, grii' th' validayr.
'a'cd Ihd a('comitaniedl by3 a etr
t itle;! n''teik of .$1. 000 shall bi :' m to
('4.urtt I loose, S. C'. Ilids will be opien
is recse r'~ed to r''eect anyl3 or all bids.
II. it. I iIt.i li 'T,
'-2i -A Sit pe rv isor:.
Stini f South ('ario~lina,
I.N (COI'itTi O1" CO'.\l.\l.N Pl'g.\S.
I iomte Trutst Co., Plaint i,
Uo0' IX. Goodwini, et al, D~efendranti.
in thle abhove stted ease, I will sollI
iat publ141Ic out ery to thIe hiightest bidder',
att ILaurtents, ('. ii., S. C., on Sitlettday
ina October ntex I, being Mlonday thle
ist daiy of thte month, dur'ing thte legal
hour's for suchb sales, the followintg dIe
All t hat :er'ttait tratp t iece 01r 1ari
eel of Ianod, situhate, I intg anld belitg in
IIhe ('ounty13 of Laurt nts, State afore
nsaid, containing eventy-flve (75)
acres(', more (or less, Jl olundeld by. lands
of NI. A. Stumerel, W. Ay$handls. 0.
P. Goodwin antd knt>W~n' 'as the I lab'
stont Ilace and beintg''Ito Ianid sold andl
conveyedl to thte defendant, Rloy E1'.
Goodwin by It .A. Coopter, aisslinee, of
0. P. G;oodwin, andl li. iP. MleGowan, as
agent for thte creditors of 0. P. Good
wini, ont Nov. l5, 1910.
Ter'ms of Sale: Onte-htalf cash, bal
ance to be0 paid twelve nmonthts from
date of sale; the credit portion to be
secured by bond and mortgage of the
'purchaser over thte said premises,
bearIng legal interest from (late, with
leave to pturchtaser to pay his entire
bid in casht. Purchtaser' to pay for
papers. If the terms of sale are not
comlie0d with, the land to be re-sold
on same oir somne subsequtent Salesday
on sanme terms, at risk of former pur
C. A. POWER,
0. 0. 0. P. and 0. 8., Laturens, S. C.
Dated, this Sept. 11, 1917, 8-3t--A
R ,J-MY-TI SM
Wi . Rheunaatism, Neu
rgi eadaches. Cramps, Colic
Spra s ruises. Cu t. Burns, Old
oo' Ttter, Ring-Worm, Ec
se a. etc. Antiseptie Anodiyne.'
used internally or externally. 25c
AUSPICIOUS OPENING OF
CITY SC'HOOLS 310NDPAY
lIuspII'irin Addresses 3aide by Leading
CitzeUs. School Faeillt.ies Taxed
The 19 17-18 session of, [he tautirens
Graded Schools opened auspiciously
Monday miorning, with a large audi
enec in attendice upout the opening
exercises. Dr. leo. 13. Cromer, of
Newberry, who was expected to be
present to make an address along pa
triotic lines, was unable to be present
but inl his steaId a number of short
and Impromptu ispeeches were made
by local citizens and lRev. \V. 1. Thay
er, of Suiter, who is visiting in the
cily. The following gentlemen occu
pied seats on the stage and made ad
dresses to the assembled audience of
patrons, teachers and children: C. II.
ioper, secretary of the Board of
Trustees, W. 1,. Gray, M. L. Smith
and( Dr. J. H. Teague, memibers of the
Board, Rev. Graves L. Knight, former
ly superintendent of the Graniteville
Graded Schools, P. W. Moore, County
Farm Deinostration Agent, 'Rev. W. 1.
Fairy, Rev. S. 11. Templeman and Rev.
WV. E. Thayer.
The visitors assembled in the main
autlitorium while the children and
teachers assetnlbled in their rooms.
The children, under the direction of
their teachers, marched into the au
ditoriuin to music played by Miss
Flora Bennett, Illiing to ihu fullest
capacity the greater part of the regu
lar seatling space of the auditorium.
)evotional excrcises were (lead by
Ilev. '4hayer, after which lt ilt. Park
inson made a few welcoming remarks
an1d then (liii luponl hie othe t: gel -
II('iCim onl Sage for' short, tall s
a11lng linies of thevir own chloosing
Withl the veptionl of .\r. Itoper, see
retary of tle Board, a11l of them Con
One(d tIhiemsel ves to a few w ords of ad
vice and ilspirition to the pipis,
Itachers and il patrtons. .\Mr. Itoper,
hlo as seretary of Ile board, was
rttore in tontehv with ith(le edentttionlu
life of the comimunity, indirectly in
diented thi tle teach ig facilities of
the city wmer. alreatly taxtd to their
capacity anI t1ha1t thle board 1111 plans
in view to overcome the disadlvantages
ilinder. whic h tveehers, and pilIIs
would work Ithis year. lie pointed
ont. tlit the seating capacity of the
anditoritun was not so illeient to meet
Ihe ieeds of the school and hinted
tliat relief would he had before the
next session opened. To the new pit
pils, hoth fron within and without
the city, he extended a cordial wel
(0n30 aid a wish for a sueces'ful
Appr-opriate exercises also marked
tlhe openlinlg exercises of tle Laurens
.ill School, where Miss Mary Simp
s(oin Is priciipal. The colored graded.
schools of wilei Prof. Thos. Sanders
is siperl-Ieiidr'it, also opeod Mon
(Iay morning with a large enrollment
Accordhig to the records in Supt.
Parkinson's otlice, -190 pupils were en -
rolled in th e(I Centil school. 17 i
131s from ouitside ithe district a111d to
be rfuised ndmitiltanie to the puimar
andi granniua:r .etades 01n ?toutil of
lack o' necenuniioda~t onis. Abou~tt fifty
upils w~er'e 1nrolld f'romill witot the
tmntltt. Int the mtill school 90 (hil
dr wee enrolled.t' 1h y':.tIendtnc'
't tis ool sh i o w al flI) ig tff dur
''Pa tr'ia, Chia pter 1t
"ST irI( TIY hIIN ESS"
One of 0. llenry's Stories. Andl
an one-reel comedy.
.Jesse L. Lasky presenCts Mae
"TH.E PRIM3 U0SE lI NW"
from the story bX RuthI Sawyer'.
A'hen Br dyl in
S~tartling, strikiig, intensely in
teresting stor'y is told in "Ma
-Helen Holmes in Chapter 10 of
MarIe Sais in
* "THlE POT OF LDJJ"
'And a two-rool Keysto ne comedy
The ador'able star'. Viola Dana in
"ALADD IIN'S OTHER LAMP"
A Metro 'Wonderplay of smiles
Illaneche Sweet and Trhomas
"Tlii E E I' P'A ITN Elt"
('0MINGN4 SEPT. 26TH'i
"'T'II E 3I VSTEiI Ot F TFilEl Ol.
We were particularly fortunate in securing a large shipment
of these fine rugs from one of the best factories in America at an
extraordinary concession, and are passing the great savings on to
you. They are in Wilton Velvets, Colonial Velvets, and Axminis
ters; made of selected woQlen yarns with heavy pile; some in small
figured patterns in oriental effects, some in medallion, and some in
Tapestry Brussels and Velvets, made of true worsted yarns,
carefully selected and closely woven. Patterns include medal
lions, orientals, florals and all-over patterns; fast colors.
We are also displaying a full line of Fibre-Wool, Crex; and
Matting Art Squares as well as all smaller sizes.
Come and View Our Wonderful Display
and Get Our Money Saving Prices
S. . & E. H. WILKES,& CO.
CHOICE SHO0ES FOR WOM'kEN
It is with a feeling of pride that we announce
our readiness to serve our women patrons with
the best and, most artistic footwear made.
There are many bea utiful'-new models in both
walking and dress boots. Hansome colorings of
fawn, grey and brown kid.--two-toned leathers
--- choice black leathers with colored tops, etc.
Our expert painstaking shoe service is appre
ciated by eqery woman that comes here for shoes.
We always take the greatest of pleasure in show
ing these new fall shoe beauties.
"$8HOES OF 'QUALITY"