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Mrs. A. (I. Hart and Aliss Rebecca
Clarke are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. At.
Mr. D. E. Barnett left last week for
Charleston and Williston, whore he
will visit his daughters.
Miss iFlossie Patters'on, of Barn
well, is the guest of -Miss Lilla Todd
on -West Main street.
-.\r. and 'Mrs. T. W. Wesson, of the
Pea Ridge section, were shopping in
the city Monday.
Mrs. F. M. Smith is visiting her sis
ter. 'Mrs. Alva 'Weaver, of Lake City.
She will also visit Dillon and Charles
ton before returning home.
'Mims Mllizabeth Richey has retu rned
to tihe city after visiting her cousin,
Mrn- .Egene T~angston, in ITamlet, N.
V.. or several weeks.
I.;eut. C. L. Stoney, who is now sta
io!.d at Camp Jackson, is spending a
'w days iII he city with his mother'
at the home of Al. and .lrs. 1-I. S.
.\!r. C. 1). larksdale went to Green
wood We(iiesday to attenid the fun
erail of Al's. Nannie Jordan, of Rome,
Ga.. widow of the late 'Marshall .Jor
dan, who was well known in this city
Ila nmber of yOais ago.
Misses Sadie Sullivan and Ruth East
erby and Messrs. Jack MeCravy and
Allie Lcc motored to Pendleton Satur
day afternoon where they visited
friends Sunday. returning Sunday eye
Is. It.. I)unlap, of this city. and
.\i. and .\irs. It. R1. itller spent last
T rd inI Greetiville. wiher they
wift to atteld tle ma rriage of 11. AV.
I it1gens. Ii gill Infantrt'y. to MIiss
Itano riiti,1. daughter of .Mr. and
\r.--. Aht-ter G;. Furman.
.\l, R' . (;. F ank.s has been inl Milli
.'c fort Vomeit te:i tidore'gffing tract -
me(:nt forl i tIl affection fl hwi art. Ili:,
fri, ts hope For a sui) eafl .coe
(aintenlf 11l tha th will ,soonl re
n i u -h a'proveel In hlea .11
L'on Wrdn."on ofr .\r. :anI~
\ o it, of ("ra y ('oirt
r c t e Iy Thur '.id:ty en
a i h'st1, where he will join
he : viat ion brancof the service. Tle
wini'1ts or hik many friends go
. iltri W i R t.
( - n'ille y.vesterday to attendi the
''on ''eution of the South Carolina Op
if 4 woola1 ion. I w \va's aeromnpal
by Mi. Sotolon and .\lls. A. T.
h1k. They ma the trip through
lilf couintry by aut1omlobfile.
L \'irginia iiarksd(ale, who is at
iling Gren ille \oial's college,
Vn"as her li utest for the lloper-KnigtI
wedd.ingi .\l ss Gladys Caipbell,
Vii lia Hiud"igetns, .liy Anderson and
E.ir111 Gli Giati, four. of liir college
mates who are also frien1ds and rela
livfs of the bride.
'r. anll( .\rs. P". \W. Copieland left
'.-vrdlly for lhilliior-0. where Mrs.
.'0telan1)d will ut nde rg(loI tr.tteatet it
mit of the Ispitabu. .\lrs. Copeland,
who hats tn-.t, inl ill "ea . for . so II
Fti ngth bi ft herit phiys5i('ians thought
It'et to seek a VT e'i ali to) cienmr
.. ...tuf t Ieiti iffe-l' d ii tS'inday
'liholarsip alt Anntapol111ic totr his
-fr 1ber . lII'fry le nnlett, whIo is now
a ti ticl dig ile 'iurma Il' i'sit y. '.\r.
RAILROADS USE MUCH COAL
Require Almost Twenty-Five Per Cent
of the Total Output of
r Figures comtpled y 0. E. Lesher of
the United States geological sutrvey
showv that 130,000,000 tons of bitumni
nous coal, 0,735,000 net tonts of Petnn
sylvania anthracite atnd 22,950 totis of
coke were used by the railr'oad~s in the
Unitedi States itt 1916. The increaise
in the quantIty of bitumtinouis c'oal
used( by the ratilrotads int 19101 was
14,000,000 tns, which wats 11.5 lper
cent mtore than 1915. Th'le incr'tease in
' the consumuption of tanthrinte by the
F raIlroads was bitt 53t5,000t niot tons.', or'
8.5 per' cent. Ther'e wasi ani increasetS
in railIlroad oonsumtptiont of neartly
41.(000,000l tons of coil fromi Illinois,
aboulit 2,800,000 froml Ohio nnd14 of
4,800,000) from WVest VIrgInIa. The
(lia ntity of coai from P~enntsylvantitia
uised by the railroadst decreased nearly
The quantIty of bitunminous coal
used by the railroads in the eastern
district increasedi from 50,500,000 to
62,709,000, or 11 per cent. The increase
in the Southern distrIct wvas from 22,
000,000 to 28,800,000, or 5.1 per cent,
aind in the Western district, from 48,
500,.000 to 50,000,000, or 15 per cent.
The total quantity of bitumInous
coal used by '.he raIlroads was about
W27 per cent of thie total prodluction ats
against 28 per centt in 1015. The
l'ennsylvanla anthiracito used bly the
railroads in 1910. was 7.7 per cent of
the total anthracIte produced and thie
combined bituminous and anithratet
used, 142,785,000 toils, was 24 per ('t
of the noutput the unmH na in 1015.
4MUTS TOO PLAIN
FOR TilE AUSTRIAN
4outh African General Asked Ex-Am.
bassador If Vienna Rteally Wanted
Peace. Itefused Evasive Reply.
Paris, April 7.-"Gen. Smuts, South
African delegate in London for the
l1ritish cabinet, according to Le 'Ma
tin, 'was the figure high in the coun
ill of the Entente Allies," referred to
Loy Premier Clemenceau iln his state
nent April 5 denying the assertion of
Dottnt Czernin that the French pro
inter had sought to open peace nego
liations with Austria-Hungary. The
reiresentative of the dual monarchy
who met Gen. Smuts in Switzerland
wis Iount Mensendorff-Poilly-Diet
relltein, Austro-Hungarian ambtssa
tor at London when the war broke
Imumediately ipon being introduced
to Count Meundorif, says the enwspa
per in relating the interview, Gen.
smuts, taking the initiative in the con
verastion, bluntly said:
"Is it true that you wish to make a
'I'ls direct query was too much for
11he trained diplomat and tie court
began a long, evasive reply.
"Yes, or no," reiterated the British
Obtaining il) direct, reply, cell.
Tie interview ilasted barely three
minutes. Viennia wa-s shocked, Le Ma
tin says, at tle boorish manner of the
(ld Traln;vaal warrior.
Alexander iibot. wlo was ircmier
from \lari until September, 1917, to
ilay refused to m1ke a1n statemi ent
:(onleernilng Ille incident, saying:
"ThI'le presentl goverinllenit is perfect
ly collpetuel to give such explanations
1M are devilled necessary.
I'Prvi1er Clemneeua in the Course
A, isb slalillent ill anlswer fo Count
zerilin's ellarge said:
"Who does not knilow tie story of a
i'eint meting(in Switzerkland, of
oul4e of a formerl .\lIstrian ambll has
;ador wvith . a figure high ill tie Colll
-IL, of thie Ellil, Alies? The olifer
Anen lIsted only a f11 w mitllles. lilre
ain it was nTim our11 ally Ilo sought
the iltV iew. It was the A1tstrian
Wh ollping Cough1.
Give Calnber1ain'4 (ough NIemIedyEI
10 keep th cough loose a11d1V expec
lovation easy. It is oxcellent.
Frmer Spveaks- for Hois.
1-:ditor 'I'le Ad verliser:
As we' enter uipon our tilrd UhIherty
I-iia ampiaigll tlre lias been a lot
qald iby at lol of peolet, alnd I tinlk
tile half has not beoln Said yet. I
iion't tillk4 Wei , 1. a fa ining Class,
revaliz the limortancee of this Sale of
bonds. Oil liberty, our liomtes, ourP
lives and llt wel have are it stake. and
)il-t boys are gointg to meet those leT
Imin aild fight manl to 111111. l1ut ho)w
b oult their e(Inlipmenit? Will thley
ultve gini for 1111 and shell for shell.
ow.v thse':mnds are, to equtip these
tW lo nl e Ioll) I l lo taal1 Ihos
- lo'l, au111 if I dion't hity ai bond1, 1
wi'(~iith your ibar I hnd, ih ali their
VIneil 1m et I i t you lifgte if 11neds e. l
isll theyI wV ilIav 10 giv11 up3> ('thir'
ivand alle ti n lo purpos.' Now ev-.
\merian in1 0 i1 le nie Osoul iio n'llt
vi ine, andif wI dont wn lliverli
\meritcan willgl be1 1n ita ue 11n1 gi.
h~'IinkeveY Amiei an 2 wil be013 to bit
ill wht11 ne ll t.I, and if by woe
how2 what w1 did 1 hl. 113 think1(1
shouh'tllg fe1e unwilin to 011 oy myd1(0
211h e. '11might 11ay1 liiliave not got
he1mony. Well~ I 1tnhve money to11 buy
tl fI wat; oneli' enn (gePt1 tit, and' f w
111 thi, lht.~' w lele'llved mony
o40 buIy our lvesand 1f do'u f iliett
.et' en11g li to1 aPman. of1 ela bond.i
or21 tr ake ofl alel ou til der, dit
ioe thng ak ~ 'e upaisone and1 loek
hhE' 110la11 a f Ptal aet's pul all our1
nIaht.1( al su Strenthffo u e al l, n
olrel eds Se0ere Ellslectrgic Sthi.
Sltu lhute '111olored0 employe1e of
he 0)1y, was r1(everway fhock eb
timin the 1are0 ligt cabons ( on: '~'
mLfing. Thcelvng11( lureant tfelectriel1y
'ci e had ust teppe 011f of thner.oo
+ ,SOCIETY. +
Of Intreest to an unusually large
circlo of friends throughout Georgia
and South Carolina was the marriage
of Aliss Carolina Roper and ir. Les
ter ILloyd K'ight, of Norfolk, Va.,
which took place onl Tuesday evening
at eight o'clock, at the home of the
bride's parents, 'Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles
Houston Roper, on North Ilarijer
street. The colonial home, thrown
open to the many guests, was decorat
ed with ferns, and cut flowers. In the
room Where tife ceremony was 1)er
formed the color scheme of green
and white was carried out. in every
detail. The al tar was a i nlqle at
rangement of pedestals, mirrors and
lights. Eacih pede'stal held a large
electric globe, these fornitig an illuim
Inated aveinue, Iiroigh which the
bridal party passed. Just before the
ceremony a musicail pregram was ien
dered. Air. Robert. Roper, accom
panied on the violin by >\Mr. Bernard
Gale Swift, of Greenville, sang, "I
IHear a Thrush at Eve" and "ly
(Iear". Mr. Swift played lTiezt's "Love
D;ream" anld Bethoven's "Minuet".
Promptly on the hour, the strains of
the .lMendelsolmn's wedlilng march an
nounced the approachi of the bridal
party. First (o enter w'as Mks Mary
Roper, a sister of thlie bride, as naid
of honor. 'Rh' wore a girish8 gown of
piik liaffe'lta andl gold frimiiniig and
carriedi a bouquel of pink 'weet pas.
'lhen ailie thle da1v of honor, .\l s.
Ro l r t loin-r. g"owned( inl 11urqu1oise
Ilue sIlinl w ih g".ld trimniliingA and
a1 holutli(t of rose sweet pe. Lit tIle
\iss ('atherile IuIdgns, the1 fHower
girl, was fairy-like in ()wr. re of
'n111k anld while. ecaltiering -wevt peas,
'I'lle g'roolil anid his he-.s luan. .r. .\.
A. 1< night. of I lawkin'v ie. (a., took
Il-ir "placs at tle altar. The hride
w%",i: n eiver :mor att'iraclive 1an I int
h'r heatilii! weddintig (owli of Liberly
t;iin and l Vnlian lace roses appli
(':ode. Th'iie ve\it was of real 1)iehess
l ae niatide' in colronet .tyl. 1li hou
lll was of rids, lowered Wili
illie-of-the-valley. A th e briide
dvsvcendedl thle while m-Ntd Mtair-.
way. llolf llughies. and Pred ltoper,
clad inl white cordulroy, acted as train
l'earers. Sho was met at the foot of I
Ihle stps 1 by her faliter, who led Iter
to lh' altar. Mrs. Luther Hoper pre
rid('d! at te piano and played soft I'.
lections whitlie the Rev. Samuel It.
'TeIn pleinaM 1)('rfor1ied the ('01eiony.
-ollowing Ilie verl'emonly and col-I
gratu til lonsli, a large reeption was
heold. I'c'iving at the loor wer .\ir.
:n1(d .\lr's. I'urigene Illidgens. In ile hall
:'ere \l r. and .\l I-. N. It. Dial. .\lr. and
.\Alrs% . 11ther R()per. .\lr. I( A:n . .
%'(eorr ' 11alle. .\M r. and .\ ':. .1. I).
Wa t . .\' t. and \i's. Arit a I ludgn I)
Ind .\l r. and M.\ l .'s I'uimk ( i i
I.I 3 \l c tti r.(Lod .\ irs 1 I i
it . .\-~ i. i 'b:!: I'c, ;u i t . an . p
I o ll. I . . lem. n athi dtinin
I ii. I a w01 ,ai ii hlr;oa ily eort
't' w::h wIali Hn i n-!'Vis and Alihs-of
It'eiey .~l'iL \larial .lls 1. Irank aone
\ lie and \l is. li'r L iu \ lr. in
ti.\ lm . arl W i'; ;Alit '. aiy lnd..
genit nI 'r. If. ined tt heI's '~i5' g e:- r whili
Iliidgi,. T'.ima Jitlilu-k la'e, A).i J.s
Alesictopheril( AL. J'iones nd . li Iw.,
aleninle' KAic (liikersn andi ios.
''uignscu the Oirtam-tand enk('e. T
twer" e '. serit Mby . A.
liens Ilengi A.\lah iiarkndah- Ltam'
geas lldenslln ( Glay iioper, 'iAriel
sp, la ga aed VI EmIs o an aMshhVit n.~
Ien epo, al 1 eniertr.ingewere .lr
Ja dl:, M. n .\l ' . .lr.I a .\ir.
W.111' LMnisser .lad Noann. late
nl . i . n.o I lue e. .\oissesflorothy
.\oodh and \li'. irinia H llerkf dle.
(ain 'Glireaaft moeiin "Ii'gan .\la
fiinid.rsin, .\lrs.'o Charles W ilnan
\ol' r. .lackds ~'m' .\ etav fornd Alilg'
werin thel Aftr ploynm. .\is~sesg itle
.a 11111g theliut-of-lw d gniiiLi
was served. Tile surprise came when I
it was discovered that a cupid was
placed on each Plate bearing the an
nottncemnlit of the engagement of
Aliss I)orotiy I-ludgens to Mir. Hoyt
0amp, of -Hart'sville, the marriage to
take place in May. Aliss 'ludgens is
th(e attractive daugiter of Mr. and
Airs. J. IN. Iludgens of this city and is
all attracti ve and accomplished mem
ber of the younger social set and a
graduate of Coker College. Mr. Camp
holds a responsible position with the
Southern Oil Mill in Hartsville, and
is one of the rising young busigness
ien of that city.
Mliss Ann Au.tin, of Columbia, and
Dr. Charles :lenry Yoting, of Anuder
son, were qiuietly aa rri ed at the homel11
of Dr. Youlg'i brotlier, R1ev. J. T.
Yeng on oiit s reet Sunday after.
oon at -1 0'lk. Tile cerellolny wa'
attended yI 0111: . few of it imnn
Tie bride w forneriy of ('ro-.s
lIill, al I .1; a -rradtuate of the Wo
lia's ledical College of Phi ladeli,.
She has beein one of the hevud nul r.-Ie
at tie Hospital for nsane 1In (C0olumin
ia dWring the lat s two years. )v.
Young is a well known sitrgeon of
Anderson an(1 I. connected witI tile
)r. a1dM.11 Youn will4mJke iir
hone in Anderson. Tliey have a ini
herI of friends in (Greeinwood w ho %vi h
11hen1 a prIosperly:s and hapy. l'ii.
i fe.-~ - reen uX ood( I nde:22
1k'autif ! Hiie o hih 1 :0(1 .
oni d 2isplay at 1eosn t 1 abltp
S. M. & 1. 1. \V. i.N is & CO.
.W u llal Flron..
III lint, 111' nicipal . neral elo tin,
leaI y,i ii cation of 1t n n
nents Of IIh I' lm -lS atic r
v )ry !Iht votew seat lyo -lc
C. \ . Itabh lid tlt- x ah' rn1n. I
o!Fec nex l.U iiay.
Anal h< r ::hIi pt2t1' r \\ ''i :
S. M. I K .N WlI-iS& Co.
-'O 1 1 i 1 , ) 1 . 1 .IT U . \
11 ide I W ilson11 ill It'lln111r1. n NaI..
a nd11ny. ii ins e to 14 ;ma11y.
Tr.1iumphy for 6Ie:'man11y Worth41 31evan
Hliin for )IInil l.h ideals Amer en-1 Ha-%
liii i i m. .\ pr~i til I. -- ;,
'on :I( lilaI . 1 0 : iiid !'; o ;
ionl hor, tonji! il ::l . Alnoril:'
si er ti ( s t 1' (li-i n;-n V d.:! \
w est rn i I 1 l iifr n!: lI' i i
1110111gan lit for I Go
11 a21 toU all ir ll 1i :-, 0 '
befor11 Celmranty I,; x -
(1111m of Wol ominion. Th
dont's answer was:
"I ' ' cet i t I he chalihn t 1 -
ness willh whiich w
thatl we love andl ali I' l h. -
ri-duoin I!!(. worb41i,: fnd
free la n I like fl r. n
"You'll Like -Home-Made, Whole
Wheat Bread---And It's
Food experts as
sert that there is.
much more nutri
ment in whole-wheat
t h a n in ordinary
wheat gves you
more food-value for
your money. Try
Whole-Wheat Bread Recipe
1irs. \Men's Cook Ilooh.
For TI rei-1 Whole I lit- I en I se
T i v. Itpis .wabled ck On(. and on - I a1o11 n salt
v. wae ofm.. t id wat" - n abe1onu 1ohasses"
it - q - !in y a d Twolvv ,.111411S whlolo-wheat flourl
-CoIiin th4 toilk and onev
- ,'lo'e! ) w\:Itr. adI(d the salt
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"t i: to d r1is ho o.nm: C I s n e aping a hne.
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