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Mrs. Jas. H. Sullivan is visiting he
parents in Brunson this week. -
C. W. Taylor. of Greenwood, visited
relatives and friends in the city Sun
A. If. Sanders has returned to the
city after a stay of several days In
Dr. W* L. food, of Greenwood, was
among the business visitors in the
Miss Caroline Fleming. who is at
tending Chicora College, is at hone
or it few days.
M.\rs. Claude Boyd, of SparlanIrg,
is the guest of Mrs. B. F. Jones for a
Mr. n( Mrs. .1. It. Nash, who have
beei living with their son, Mr. M. L.
Nash. at Landruim, for several years,
have been visiting reliIativt.es in II city
and County for a few days.
Rov. (. 1'. Septires left Monday for
his old home at Ieinolr. N. C.. whore he
wen1t to omeitve at the marti-irare (cr0
menyV of two iuninhers of his forni mr
LUett. .1. 1. Beardlen is at home- n
indefinite frl oigh. subie(et t c:'it
or befior,- Ety 1th Tle .it d n
has holxn attaCled to 'he san ita 'orc
at Cainmp Shermn t. Ohio. for tIIe past
s '4ra Imnonti hs.
.Iames MThint, wio enlisted in the
%v sevr mothIs ago and I, is now
Wioned at Norfolk, has been v i si' -
in-., his pa rents. .\Ir. and Mrs. .T. L.
Melin. for Heveral days. Ile ret urns
to his post today.
Miss '\Illwee Davis. field represen
tative of the S. C. Sunday School as
sociation, has been visiting her par
ents in the city for a few days.
Miss hielen Jones returned to her
studies at Converse college Monday
after spending a week here with her
mother, Mrs. 13. F. Jones.
Mr. J. E. Clary and bride, who was
Miss Ola Bruner, of Monroe, N. C.. ar
rived in the city Friday afternoon and
remained several davs, after which
they continued to Attn ta. where they
will spend the rest of their honey
rPe imny friends of chari(s Thomip
soI. -on of Mr. antd 'Mrs. I. 1. 'i'htomnp
soill. viii be glad to hear1 that h(, re
ceived hiihest ionors in the debate
reeitly held at the Ilt Iversity of
Souith Carolina. where Ile is a sopho
more. Ile was awarded a gold medal1
for his work. Next Satuttrday he will
entei r a debate at it(he Citadel as the
represeltative of the University in
the Intra-State cotitest. I;is stccess
fin the debate at the I'niversity Is all
tit k1 more gratifying becausc his op
i ~ents were meilers of the senior
OLD VE-'TS WAI~iNG UP.
Gettinir Hot Under tlle ('o'lar 0 or
is114 Little (4erman it'1Trouble.
A it a meeling .loind:ty of Cam It
Ga.rlingtont No. O0 I'inited ('onfeder
at(e VeteranA, resointions were uititl
Inlottsly adonie endtor~'ingt the act ion
C'ongress itn declbtrini thait a statte
a tes anid (iltumeding measureiiic
('ongress as betintg n'ctssary for thbe
atnd of b~ringIing the w :t to ;-3es
is homei in~!j 'hiV city Sunday, Mrt.
i-: romiinlent farme(r liviig a tfew
mi les fromn in i iton anad t he bride, who
is a very aiccomip1lished young latdy,
as' been teach'linl neat his htomei.
IeW* ilit . an(I *et you~t let a,
Just get outL s( Ihs
the closet, and bring them to
WE MAKE O
- We not only press your sut
grease an4 dirt, and giving it
We help you to practice
L L Moore's
RARE IUSICAL T.EATl.
Comlbinled flatlids of Pioneer Inkfanltry
to Play at Converse Auditorium Sat.
A rare treat is offered to all iusic
lovers by the 225 selected musicians
of the Pioneer Infantry Regimeutal
3ands now stationed at Camp Wads
worth, Spartanburg S. 1C., for every
body, when it niakes its Initial ap
pearaice at the Converse College Au
ditorluin next Saturday night.
All the features of a large sym
piony oreliestra such as tyipanies,
hells, cl hunes, plenty of. reed llusle
and other listr1itinents that soften the
harsh tones of brass bands have been
so regithitate by its conduicter, 3ind
Ih'ader. Max 1. Tru lee of thl1e faulits
lirst Veriniont Infannry ahind (now the
:.71h ti'onve Infantry) that will make
tlassies sound as they should.
Wilh) hut one week;'s ratice'as a
unil, this big aggiegatlon of muitisi
eln.everyonle of whoml is a spechi'
ist. has wvon tle praises of all who
heard it. espeel'ally at ils inlitial ennl-,
eri last iSatulrday night, wheni it
plaIyed af the O ntu riial aniit i ha Ire
at C:am1 \\'adswort.
No one ,,hould lis., this, Performl
-1ilt'. It i. also for a worthy (11auts,
-18 the proceods will he donated to
'he ited ('ross andt he I i %iusieal I -
briry o the l Pioneer iluantry IThnds.
Supt(. l'ark-inlsonl liesigns.
.\lI. B. I.. Parkinson, w ho has been
superintendent orf s&chools here for
several years, hias tendered his resi5
nation to tle board of irustees in or
derl to entet 1Red ('ross work. The
hoard reluelautly accepted his resig
na Iton and has undertaken to fill his
place. Mr. B. L. Jones, who conduct
-ed the school so successfully before
.\lI'. Parkinson took charg', has been
proffered the place but he has asked
0.",, to considjr it.
Meeting of Singethrs.
Th' Laurens Counaty Singing coI
vention will Ieet with the Second
'llaptist chur'-i in Saturday and Situn
day, May ith IIId 5th. 'hie public is
cordially invited to attend and ioin
in tihe setrvices.
W~oodroni Wilsoni Schlool Ilonor Itoll.1
Firstl Grade---Sara 111r1.s. .\argare~t
( 'heek, Virginia To(d.
Seconld G"rade Athel T'erry.
Tihrd Grade. --liired i1ttiton. Sara
Cheek, Loulise. Todd.
-t'ourith Gr(ade---'ara Sitmptsoni
.14,111 (1 i S a d C i'S. ilils l
F-ifith Grade --Nell Hurts. Nell Cheek.
ALL HAVE THEIR UNDER-DOGS'
Good Reasons Why People's Sympa
thles Are With the Fellow Who
Is Temporarily Down.
Our .sympailthles naturally travel the
lIne of lilkes--that Ib., the things we feel
in oirse.lve!s, we feel in others. We ap
udt)ti tle it undert-dIog, hvCeitause we so
often 1ive been th e li unider-dog. We lIke
to lift the ,thier fellow iup whetn hi' Ia
dlown, herauiise we also hav~e bteeni down.
Symipathy3 stat fs ntt b inie--or else It
isit't sympailit hy.
?~i'o ur'rl nile mnoods of fai lurei' and
di iispo'fint' tut are ou uner-dtt~tof
Sol sin::te''I )f lhy itin sul fthei
udeds gs)Ifu yus and'yiii t~1 tastingno
sinpathe teir a,'asetgv
soo the ple'uti Itk( fin 'ewiiibe ynur
p-it!enher n-n .
Nto hunnler-dit, tang poiby appea
rell m'teape tr the tuie-o. o
Priesan g lt CeSnlublia n
8I,1, 40I"S ON
Last Week of the Campaign May Show
Laurens Above the 3lnximunm Goal.
Nearly $400,00) Subscribed.
With $10,000 to be subscribed IAul
rens county is almost above the $40,
000 mark in the Third Iiil)erty Loan
drive. Ca1vassers have been active
during the past week and many who
have not previously subscribed have
gone to the banks voluntarily and
mitered their subscriptions. The soib
scriptions from the farmers are still
very gratifying and the well-to-do
farmer and townsman wl#o has lot
yet subscribed is getting to Ile a
searce article. III tact he is getting
to be conspicuous. Chairman Ai ken
stated, yesterday tha.t he hoiped th.
lihe county would reacll tie imiaximt '
4oal set and thereby win added li -
rqls, but. that even if this were It.
reached he was conilnt. that t
?100.000 Imark vould be reached.
I hose who ha'. hieen considerinLiw
tua:0 er. fre, I i pairioti. stanldpoi,
hi' who have ! : . bIlscrib
woll d Walk 111) in t 1 '- ankew
1his week andwln do- n ih,, , ul
-;oriptions h s i . i . e the
ha, we will p !
Inl the publielty :ivenI .b .. <- cal
paigni by the Inewspaper"IS, lhey ha'.
aileid to give ile creiit to .e N.,t
valtable work which has beei do
by the ladie. A lar1 proporl loll
ille sibscritiols whieh have bee
turned Inll Ill.h !h 'I:.- ' -\(! be
actually collected by thev uniies ;W
not1ch of the enthou1,iasm~ and init'e
MAirred- t,- l' 1 - hoI q 11 > thleir er
rieavors. In Ora particularly, wvevr
Mliss4 Crah: headed Ile ladies' coi-i
tee, a large proportion of the subscril
tions were iute to them and aiMo
Waterloo, where Miss Harris work(
very industriously. In other plae'
in tie coun1ty similar activity w;
shown by the ladies. the Laulre,'
'mi t Iiitee collectin--. : !.I rge fulnd I
fore the men started to work.
"-.'o il; VI:-l :- ' subscriptio, -
lhy* towtlns to date, Ihe Ora sObscri -
Li' having been merged with It,
1i cr:-' ins haviig banik.
L.m1i'ire s, 1; hanks ..$I11,.S00 A1!91.61
r ;i: , : han . 7''.:0' 1.0'
'r-oss iH .. . .. 22,!9411 8.1
\a Iunrliai.... ........7 7.4'"
Owings . .15.010 7.11
"ent it) border. bankls
4 :.. ide ('(lt .a t y . . . . . . . 11"
T.....a.... .. .. ....$20s.7004 $:'!!'. jil
Inl speakinlg furthIler of thev vamIlpaign1
yesteirday, Dr. Aiken spoke as fot
"To rvaebi thm maximumn subsvrip
tionl expectoit '11 us Laurens count11Y
must take $170,225. We are tiglty
Ihoousanld short of this goal. Thlis
ami enn1ill he secI'ed tits week 'if
vvvry an111111\ who ias holnailt his hon1d
will itndtiee a friind. i4 jghlbor or em
4intancev to hv. You have provt1
'.h. S b h i..... -ha yr 1- s- Ft
4 . ~ ~ in to(44 wa ju ht 1
-. -o 4a. go e an
-iltd ( ll u11( '. 1 Nohng bondh
--is hins Iiisi 11nd14 (relnw
si T -(411 111(' it . lshod'i y .'tis('
i'0li~ 1~hi 1 n g4'i(' woin, will ta i
10InY1101 i kingI a delsert bei
wa toi whi0o 11 ('0ind 11a'u nrie iSi .
Iior5 Aineritt Ilgn cli to(0 whei io hosO
Coottge(ineee SI'heese ilce tn. a
is i~e111ais t tais, hmea demtln
ttion011tz' agen, askisIteid by i eos
wiey.ting tom agency1 ti work, gave5Ci1 a r
(Ipt'o in(. theC5i~ ald wre roompes-~
wasit mae tii'of e enm and u~iseul-~l
nIdEssrof ottagro Kled wih thane.e
ai oahtretilozin intat that .Jtie.
frot-tag .choek sandlvilthsn bsal
wkrill red wiath i he ' urnch, demla n-i
therant ade substantiantea coud4
hbe reze frmi killdeid,.ro
wihth~ae heertyi made and rold
why.Qite a~ number P o f hiioue-keep-1
ers'th wieili' 'S presn and were impessed
wtihthae vaud ofc4hendemonstration.
An 111 oflia repor Tt statesier yth0at John
illedl in bttle1" o in tnte Cal1(1as in
thlh ihestrtsode re thatV count 0
Tit sauae POperO'tty to tiSold.
he DrJeT Pt pro pertya yurow li
Norh Iarer tret s t besod
'Takes Carbolic Aeld.
Mrs. Jantes D. Davetiport, whose.
husband is etuployed at tihe Gass
Works, drank a diluted(l dose of var
bolic acid ,yesterday morning and
When found by neighbors who had
heard her cries, was atiready in a pre
'Irliotis condition with burns about
her In0orth and inl tle throat. City Po
licenan Add Sullivan was also attract
ed by her cries and wpnt to her as
sistance. She was found on the
grottnd in her front yard with hcr,
two small children clinging to he
body. .l r. Stillivanl and some of the
I( igh-hi ors picked her up and carried
her iito the lioitse where shel reilain
ed Ilt in edical Ia ttitionl cou icl 11 e se
cured an([ her husband sent for. fly
the use of anti(lotes sio was quietedi
afer .- 'vblil" and ysSt'erday aflerlnool
seitedt !o I P oil thei road to recoverty.
The ftcl that the viil f romn which shlie
drat Ik acid'u :iy l tcon neil a si1aa1
alio et and tlitt it had been diluted
with waler tor' othelr lse. aCounts
foi If r ric- of 1th, :e id lo have a
tnuo1e ianediale clf.-ci. .\v.. I n
por .t . t - a l inus'h 'i , h alh for
some1 dimore. Iiijaloi tithl
Wilke J;1 i i j
lio M. & 1. ., W IA*P.- -r- CO
Sotit l VS i'iT FL('M Lit
hanl m ent.hou-hol rbottl., %-,
the ,I. led wohl !':;I r :btra o haf
a c tu111 ry or conwstip:H,1imI. inw tinaIl
ly dvepo d in elie t11 what a of I:nliet'
such dlis orderS. It I * ituost \aiulable
reined: !or indi eosnh Ain ors haus dyo
dopit : 1e d l iv h . b rg i on
heail lth-h, was ( up110 ofy ( .olpita
iof he olear, and niiand SyxIng
toint. .k fe.w dlose.s OK.\gust 1/lowerI
will lielieve yo e. It is a gentle laxa
t1 ve. Sold by Powl Derug' Co., in 3h1
and her cen. bottles.
A recword inl thle nitnth1er of strawber
eoies conted on ne bush has no
dollbt been established by Mrl's. Johil
Ilieks, who reports berries. Thle
counling was done by lr. C. W. Ti e,
of th Peoples Loan and ExcIhange
lInk anlld as he is a practical coult
o, the ust have tket the record
Straight. The record., do. niot show
whether. or nlot .\r. TIMne ate 'Vetn as het
counted 'emn. Like at few oth(-rs (A'
local faltue. his capacitiesz along%- 11hat
.ine arc not of, wide no.. -
Valuabtle Proper() lo be 'Sold,
The D)r. J. T. Poole property on
North Harper SH ayee is t4 ht sol
"atur-day. .\May 1h1 at 11 a. I. by the
InlI-tertt I ban Auction Co.. of Sp..
an Ig. S. C. This. property contains
I ' I t I aild has o l it ont of the
handsonlist iomles in ILtirens. T111
property will be sold in lots and as a
whole, thle hlihesl price prevailin.
This Is a1 rare opportuitiy to buy.% ex
llentl property at your own .riCO.
Savoe Drhses Sif2 ve .
('ors t ('o er- . .. ..
Linles'('olars 25evale .
Get an Outing Kumfy-Kab
Outing Kumnfy-Kab baby carriages, sulkies and
promenadlers are mPade to nwe t ir e rv a of
every mother, mu(1 to g2i\ the grenice: pleasure and
comfort to the babv. Thr is no needI of 'rrying
your baby wyhen you can get one of u~ec~e hign grade
baby cabs at such moderate prices as those offered
at our store. We haves taken the local agency for
Outing Comfy-Kabs, because we hiungL believe.
that there is not another line of baby cabs and sul
kies on the market that offers better values for the
money than Outing Comfy-Kabs.
They Will Stand the Test of
To fully appreciate their handsome aplpearance,
their high grade quality and the expert workman
ship, you must see them, you must examine them
and you must compare them to others at about equal
prices. We are confident that th more you com
pare them to others and the more ou exaans1Le them,
the more readily you will recogn'ze the great superi
ority of these desirable cabs.
CJome to our store at olce see tL e many at
tractive patterns and designs we have (on display.
S. M. & EM . Wilkes & Co.
Laurens, S. C.
ALS FOR MAY
5 & 10 CentsStore
15 a In 25c : -i .. 1'''\*Ii...........3
39c....98 $1.00.. . ..5 ~$12
*. ..5c b >15c ;j. at . . . . . c
.l1c arnd 25c ..............c
. ., .1. . ............$1.0c0.25
. . 60c t 98c. .
.... 5cI 1 . . . . . .lb25c
.. .....2 ;15c................5
ie t ain Ouigoff
. l 1c to25c '' .bI'...... ..c
S c to 10c h W,4~t .........S
.i.c to 39c LII..............
.b ... .. .k .10cI w ,. ii aIe Ilsat. ~u
& u--. 1irSs
Outing ih-ab a. arrie haand 8
D-.- NEWirOO . $R1.0Vu G ... A..L.Y9
prorneD' ~ Wis .... ... .... ... .. 25 t) $Ptt1 i-o i1.25 o
com or t t e ab . no hrth e ... ... .... ... 48
e by ...at here .a .ies th.sie ino2
Outing BON-heDs . ... . L ..... . to25c
tha thre suppaothers .in ... ....b. .... ..d 10cul25
kiesS ontemre t'at. hffeks anetwte. value 10cth
ThyWilln Shand wth T5.esth ...58
To fulyTappeite their ....om ...p.....5rta1ce
ther hghgra e ualirty Sans d .... ....r .... 5c
ship you must Wee hem P ode ....S .. i n ........5
and yu mut nhae. TinwarL, othirswar (brutkerua.
pie. .63 and 98conden thunylare. oe cm
Yaete o ster;cladtenoeo :xIb hm
ie &o ou0 C etstorei lxet
eytraing Hater and insve he Sain inay
S. M. & E. R. Tike Y RCo.--= =