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Col. L. E. Burns spent a few days
last week in Greenville on business.
Mr. and M rs. 1W. W. Maclon have re
turned home after spending the holi
days with relatives in Florida.
Mr. W. P. Chaney, who is now resid
ing In Blarnesville, Ga., has beeni visit
.ing home folks for a few weeks.
* Mr. W. Ld. Gray has been in a Spar
tanburg hos:pital for several days' un
Lieut. I,. S. lolt, stationed at Camp
Jackson, spent the week-end ip the
Lieut. i'. It. Irby, of Camp Jackson.
;pent the week-end in the city with
Sergt. .lames Moore, stationed at
tCanp Jackson, spent the week-end in
the city with relatives.
Sergt. T. 1). lBarneti., of Co. 1), spot
ilte week-end near the city with rola
Mr. If. C. llohr has returned to the
city after spending a month with rcla
tives in Daltimore and Washington.
Mrs. Sam Saxon, of Clinton, spent
several days in the city with friends
Misses lthel Martin and Sallie
Blrownlee, of Gray Court, were in
town shopping Monday.
Miss Charlotte ,McGowan left Mon
day for Iil on. where she has accepted
a.position to teach the rest of the year.
Mi.s le Ita Rountree has accepted a
. position in the bairens National llank
and has already (fintered upon her
Capt. W., It. R ichey camoe up from
Camp Jackson Sunday to accompany
Mrs. Richey and little Miss Sarah
back to Columbia.
Mrs. Ella 'lMiddle has returned home
after a very pleasant visit. of two
weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Jatmes
hi. Lee, in Charleston.
Mrs. C. 'I,. Watkins and little son,
Clarence, of Columbia, spent several
days in the city last week with her
brother, Mr. C. W. Iinson, and Mrs.
Miss Carrie Knight, of the hickory
Tavern section, passed through the
cit.y Friday on her way to Asheville
to resume her studies at the Normal
Mr. Clete Owens, a prosperous farm
or of Kernes, Texas, spent the last
week or ten days in the city with Mr.
f"ratnk McCravy, who he came to know
while M'. Mc('travy was assisting in
evangelistic services in the Lone Star
In card.; to relatives and friends in
ILaureis, Mr. 1.. C. toff'. of The Aiver.
Iiser force, who is visiting his parents
in Portland. Me.. tsates -that. the
weather has also been severely cold
there tie thertotmeler ranging down
its low as 22 degrees below zero.
Mr. and Mirs. .lames A. ('aninon and
lames, .r., of Atlai nta spent the holi
days with Mrs. Cannon's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. K. Manley. .\r. Cannon
returning to Atlanta to resume his
duties while .\t's. Cannon and James,
.tr., will remain here for several days.
Mrs. it. I". lem'ning andi Master Rt. F.
tWheming, 3Ird, have gonie to Gre'enwood
to visit Capt. and MIrs. Rt. F. iFlemingi
for' a few wveeks. The friends of Capt.
F'lemning htere( wIll be glad to know that
he is restinig wvell after his fall on thie
tce Iast week. Although one of the
bones in his leg w"as broken, he is
bheet'fulI anad glad (3to rceive visitor's.
for Mayor andu A Idermni to lie hIld
As' jrovided for' itt thei constitutiton
oil the City D emioreatlic Club I, a mteet
in-g will bte hteld ini Ile (couri liihoust
l'Thur tsdaly afterntooni at :3 o'clockA fot
tite lurpot ti o~t'f organiz1 ig for the ci ty
prnimary:'. whtih wIll follow the bltet
parut of P(ebruiary.
Interet.st ini city polities has nti. heen
alt a fever h'eat, ailthioughi the Ii te fot
the eleetion is not far distant. Thn
ontly avowed canididates for anty offlc(
so far is that of former Mayor C. M.
labbh. I litihs deflnitely throwni hit
hat into the ring. Mayor Owing and
the other members of the council hav4
not as yet iu'blicly made their plant
Armitulan Fund Increass..
Two flye dollar1 subscriptions to thu
Armenian fund were added to the fund
of $106 which had -boon subsoribet
through The Advertiser up to last
week. The subscriptions were froD
Mr. and Mrs. Y. C. Heliama and fron
the local chapter of the Kinks DeangE
ters, .All of this money has bepen seni
to A. C. Kaufman, Es., of Obates
ton, eliut The Advertiser will be slad t<
receive further contributions and for
ward them fronm time to time.
Card of Thank.
WGwish to thank our neighbors an<
frilendsu who were so kind and sympo
thietic at the time of the death of i
dlear husband and grand-father and t<
assuro themt that these acts of kind
ness wIll long be remembered by us
Mr. and Mi's. Nye Wilson.
Mrs. J. Z'4. Leak,
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On last Friday afternoon Miss Marie
Philpot complimented Miss Ielen Sul
livan, a bride-elect, with a miscellan
eous shower. The rooms were deco
rated with holly and flags, giving a
very piatriotle atmosphere. After the
guests assembled, cards were given
and each one was asked to write a
wish for Miss Sullivan, letting the
words of the sentence begin with the
letters out of the phrase "Over There."
'I'hcSe were then rodad by Mrs. Ed.
Philpot. The guests were then invited
into the dining room where sand
wiches and tea were served by the
little :hisses Riehcjrdson and Miss Vir
ginia Gray. The tea was poured by
'Mesdames J. II. Murff and James
Davis, About this time little Master
Ilugh Gray Swain, dressed as a sol
dier, catne marching in with a wagon
tilled with gifts, which he presented
to Aliss Sullivan.
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On Thursday evening at 6 o'clock
at. the home of the liride's mother, Mirs.
Tench Carson Poole of Newberry,
Miss Mary Frances Poole to Robert
SPonieer Owens of McCormick 'was
solemnized. The ceremony was per
formed by the R1ev. C. Q. Ra-bb pastor
(I!' the 1First Baptist Church in the
presece of relatives and close friends
o(f the two families. Later a large re
ept ion was held.
Alr. and Airs. Owens left that night
for a short wedding trip after whieh
they wilI be at home in McCormick.
wheom the groom is a rising young
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The last meeting of the Wednesday
Club was held with Mrs. Chas. If.
Ii iks. Though only a few members
were present on account of the weath
or, it. was one of the most. interesting
meetings the club has enjoyed.
The president, Mirs. N. 1. Dial, had
arranged the program dealing with
the effects of the war on the vital
things of life.
First, Miss Thames read "The Ef
feet of the War on Tterature." Mrs.
It. 1. Jones read "The Effeel on Art,"
and Mirs. It. F. Fleming "The Effect
on llelgidn." All these were taken
from Galsworthby's wonderful book,
'i'h sec ond part of the program
N'as devoted to our Allies. ''The
Diagnosis of an lEngillishmain" was
read by AMrs. N. 11. Dial.
The spirit of France is epitomized
in the poem "France" read by aMrs.
W. S. Holmes.
Alrs. M.. Al. Wilkes read "The Be
loved Captain" by )onald Ilankey.
.\Mrs. .l. 1,. Smiith closed the program
with the reading of the exquisite
poem by Galsworthy, "Valley of the
T'1yiew'lliers, typewriter ribbons and
earhon sheets. Advertiser Printing
Thel L aurens City Democrat ic Club,
will meet in the conurt room at the c
couriit house at lAuirens S. ( ., hr
dlay afternoon, .lanuary I 'Ith. at:
o'co'k in thle afternoon fori the pur-.
imos' of 'le('tinig otlicer's, proi'Id ing for
aij' rimiariy for muielpalci ollc'ers, anul
for I le I iansact ion of any othIier busi.
iie's thit maii~ y comei~ tbef'io 'he meet,'I
.\l' N OllltDN ucl.:
To'i Prohiit thei D~esirmnetion i ordO.ae
'enni' t (ry anrd for (Othler Puripi oses
illh Re'feren'e Tihi'reto.
lie it orcdainied by' the City Couneil
o' baur1(1ens'o thbe CitIy of Lauireins:
Se'. I. Th'latI on and aftr th Ile has
sage of thIiis oird linanc it shiallI be uni
laiwfiil to loaf or ilteir in Laurienis
Cemetery or tc) use any par't t hereof as
a thiorouighiar'e Qr to otherwvise behave
in the said Cemetery in any manner
inappriiopr'iate to lie use to w~iihi the
place. is devoted
Sec. 2. 'That vehicles must not
leave the drive ays or pass through
the gt'ouiids at ny othierait than a
See. :i. That 'efres ients must not
be carried into or rtakena of In the
Sec. 4. Thia horse must be loft
in the Comet unfastened; and no
dog or other imal will under any
circumstances be admitted.
See. 5. That all persons are pro
hibited from 'writing upon, defacing or
otherwise injuring any monument,
fence or other structure In, or belong.
tng to, the Cemetery; and all persons
are likewise forbidden to .pick any
flowers wild or cultivated, or to break
or cut any tree, shrub or plant, ex
cept by p roper authority and except
also In the case of lot-owners within
their own lots.
Sec. 6. That any person found
guilty of violating this ordinance shanll
be punished by a fin'e of not less thain
one dollar nor more than fifty dollars,
or by imprisonment with or with
out, the reqir men 'i of 'her uapon -
strecets or public v wrI of said ('Ity
for a period of no' than one C
nor more than thiirty days,
and the gsmia
friend of the
~j h is the Hem:
a~ Glob~e-W c,
~Igrows as h
NOTICE OFl TH'IE DINSO1,UTION OF
TH' Ei FlIt1 (F RASOIL & FUL
L Eli, MOUINTIVilLE, S. C.
Notiee 1is herebly given that the plart
norship31 hteret.of'ore ex iting between
Sam J1. Ilasor' and D. Rutledge Fuller
un der thle Iirm11 iname ot'ftaso & IFul
ler,. whiichI ldrmi 1has been (d01ng a mler'
eantiih . businiess at .03onniville, 8,. C.,
laei'en~ and is hiereby is d14(ay. by
na4ual consent13P3, d1issol)ved. 13. Riutle'dge
Fuiilleri has(1 bouilgh thiteres1t0'. of' Sam~
.33141 o 33in he busines o f it sid43 f(irm
''d all of3 the assets4403 of 1( sa i lm ('onsist4
n3 of 4) oods3l1, notes(1 and1 34ll (Ihoses in
34!e an the34 I3 .,:idi 13. Ituth h 1114 u tller
''arr'ied on3 at 3i' oIld :an at .\lount
v 1h-. S. C., lby Il. Italledge' Huller'.
Wc dlesire' lo k 1idly t hank (:a41 o3'
4'ral 3pa3toage given3'3 3o 1us whil' in1
buiness'14 and we hospeaVk for'II 11 tt
ledge ller1C, in1 31h3 conItinuation of1 41
libehraIl patr3onaige gj veni 3to us.
'11n witness43 we hieeunltoset. 03ur
hands4 and1 4ea11s this5 31st., (lay of Do
Slgned1 In tihe presCen(e oft:
S. S. TFARt:tAlR,
P. 11. R IC HA'hDSON.
Wen. our 'Bed Room Suits in Old
8. M. & E. 11. WIJ4KJS & CO.
The State of Southi Car'olina,
Counltyj of LareH
BO..Thompson, Probatte Judge:
WHEIRE4AS, Mrs. IHeulah Itoper
made suit to me, to grant her Letters
of Admilnistratton of the' Iutate and
effects of I). '1. IRoper'.
THE~SE M~I Til)RM 31(4L, to elte
and admonish 1all and lngula~11r theo
Kindred and Ci' ditor's of the did D.
11. Roper, deo ea they bo and
appear before tio.A n the Court of
Probato, to be h~J at Isaurens Court
Hou~se, Ibaurenn, S. C., on 19th day
of January, 1918, next, after publll
catlort hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show ('ause8, If any they
ha~ve, why the~ said( Administration
should not he0 gr4: ntedi.
(UIVJ'N undler i -y' ini thi1 ,
day of' .Janr->3~ n ^ - 1' '.
0. (1. THOMPSON, (Seal),
1. are than 1
cIt is the r
e, cul.r the ch.. e
,._ e of 1:-. si -' s a
tjc ' ..
e~e rs of th Emil e
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o th 0m
* PRIN( TON
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'i..a e .\ ho and ilas! Anii
Wood___ both1 of th eaonscto
ehc y arit at Snay
ofnn athe ZAltods prong
MoE the ermo wae.F
a*fe das herethisweekwithRev
J.ii on ely
ss obindr he haoreton
Wierehailyt aei p lher uindthy
sco'li aters n the hdstjsoidayse
li(,s e (Caeifand Sadi' perf well,
(|hn.v. ('onelyr ndteus W~'tlh 1 'I(ilhnrii
ze Sd'iay aternoon.e ~'t i11v
1. eI. Jo nl. only sitd b v
Jltieile to ake up' her ork eaft ler
seing ote holidays ih home~~s
spet a ew days~ her lstwek it
theiry (1 parents. Mand Mris . B. iloi.
'Arn~1'ol at ~ifOi
Mre. and i. oel HIgbya''I' .ofb Wil
lltoIos n were ioshee.'. in
the h olis. iletSudy o
Wmpetvle to take up her dutes anfthe
school ieeo after'~ spnigthe holi
dayil here.oay eo at ek vt
'heirtha Par tyr atd Nar.ie, i
Arni and.M.sNelBrt n
termtainerea numberro her frind
frlom 2 ther ateroc satrdig ter
noon at a birthday party. Those pros
ent wvere: Misses Nell and Sara
Cheek, Nell and Sara Thurts, Daisy
hell and Sara Owings, Dolloe Culbert
son, Rloomel Reid, Ester Craddock and
Mildr'ed 1hirIs. After enjoying many
'rane ! ieirus eake t11-1 'rnm were
Setoroe: nn,!1 'enllt i)m I. )'ntiVn,1
, 1! ibLr.".. ...".. .LL'/1Zl." .; : .s.\ s 97u.'s r y?,.a .j:i 1:y r
cing added t:a scc',,-ion 4:s ieeclcc:. icor ;3 ''
,ever 07CV1.l0\'1 and clucc:er up 77 t:Ic:s o:,'
pCII sIA't:1vc , . ',^r^ to father dust, . Ke."v"r
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