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Mr. and Mrs. William Gltder are
spelnding a short t Ite hi -Ne w York.
Miss .Kathlcein Wikes has returned
home after spending several days in
After a few vweeks,' rest at home Mr.
Frank MleCravy left Thursday to ill1
several e neets in Goorgia.
Tileut. I'. Bt. Irby, Camp Wadsworth,
Spent the w'eek-end in the city with
L out. Thos. C. Bo!t has been spend
In a few days' furlough In the city
with his wife and parents.
-Leut. Roy A. Little, of Camp Jack
son, Is spending a short furlough in
Mrs. C. If. Atwater, of Winston
Salem, N. C., is the guest of Mrs. Fin
ney at the Finney boarding house.
Miss itmmza Dial, who has been
teaching in Greenwood county, has re
turned to tlie city for the summer
Mrs. T. C. SVt zer antI little daugh
-tnr, liene, have retuirned home after
spendinz spveral woks in Watimno
. A. Sit A nwh ha blei
with Cla:dy & Wil!oni for the, past
:ear, l-f Saturday to jiin the naval
.a i rls. W I - : I a
v oodim'a in I r. and Mr.I
Mlarsha'l an.:: lis .\a re 9 1 t
lev. .I. M. Ateadman. patir of tIe
F'irst NIehod.: elhtreh. an11111nve
special 1others' )ay services at his
chur11ch Sundlay monn.Thn pulAie
Mirs. .ln o 1". D)avi.4 ret'trin d .
tarday frot ;reenvill with lie' lit
tIe son). .lames . Jr.. who 'uIa unlderzoneo
slight operation on hi throat. The
..ld sZtoodl the woration well andl is
no~w rapidly recovering~a.
. Alr. anl ir.. Tr. P,. sandeor.-, of Ila
ooid. lwopd by Ior a fe.. days last
week Mith M!r. and .\Mrs. A. ii. Sanders
while on their way to aottnd the Con
ederat e te union at Abeville this
Nliss Corrio IIart has rtoirned home
after a p lea-ant visit of several
rollhs with relatives at Ifolly 11111.
Mts. .lam-s 10. I larney and little
daughtcr. Nlary Brooks. and Miss .uIlt
hildrce s .lent s(veral lays in Sp:ir
tanhuirg Iast weo -witi rolativ I,
lloyt,- "'!ardy, John II II(1ud ns. Dick
Childr cs and Toi Owinu-s, left "Mon
day for Newport, R1. 1.. toi enter the
Si -vie of Ucl'e Sai in I h; c navy.
'u(. C 'ldy and llads returned
Tuos-lay. having failed to pas s the
"U'ele .avCk" Wlin, forTer gener
qA isstito inl the sheriff's (-tliC and a*
the ont!y .ial. was a visitr in the
oity Tht.suda: mnornin,. having robhad
him)stelf " :1, fw hour sloop to (cOmuie
ip and Tisit o!d friends. "7'nl .lack"
s now night vatchnan0 at the oIl! iil
at 'litn and doesn't have imh time
to Itavol aroind in dlaytimie.
~\'r. .ta-. A\. (Cardv left lThuirsday
rn4IitIc! for' (Grenviill w"'ehe w:- '
I ti almrem a the hiaiuls of spial ists.
Ito was aeemacni~ued by~ V ;--. Clard-yI..
tArn'. this nanyii friends loe A~ ',
telief and thc:'.t ho wvill i-t'; n ni'n-'h
!cpreved in heaclthi.
I 'rs, .\lis. S..f. IIlint of (G.re-n .i!!-. ant!l
Miis.. .\ay I'. -'mit h. (if 1)al b. Tl'c-x.-.
Miss tomuh. whoIi has (-ha'-e( of thte
DaaIsi Iiab-y'ti Ca, the har:1t a nne' o&
the Parukttanel I ispital of i)atlas. hacs
been to i!odom. Phtlliadelphli iind oth
or pouit north, for a few weeks' in
lenivcie studyl of hospital (0onstruion
and tprimen TIhe knowliedga~ thu
:.ainedI l to be ui'ed for' the 'trnc'fit
ouf the new iab liCamtip hulibling to bo
erectedi nowv soon on thle Par ik Iantd
H ositia! ccrounds.
T~'1heliost poneid mteeting (if the Wed -
7isday Club I fell duitring Itie weeok of'
the surgioc dressing lessons, so the
attendancee was small, as several
memberis took the ('ourse5 of instriuc
tion. A full and (letlIghtful priogr'am,
however. wais ini store for' those who
.Ity on May flirst. lEach paper' had been
well prepared and was enjoyably
rcad. Authors for the afternoon's dis
Cusslon were Joel Uhandler' Harris,
familiarly known as "Uncle Remus";
and his coimp'itriot, Charles Smith,
"-hIll Arp"'. A characterization of the
first was read by Mrs. Clinksoahes, and
one of his short st'orles, by Mrs. W. .
~Gray. 's. W. HI. ,DIal told of the
deOVeIlopenit of "111ll Arp'us" famue,
and i'eadt an extrctI front oiie of luts
"Letters". After' a few bnsiness mat
ters weire diisp)osed of the pr'esidlent,
'Mr's. N. II. Dial, gave a splendid ac
(counit or the recenit (coinventioii of We
men's (Clubs in Aikeii. 'Te othter rep
r'esentat ives fronm this elub, who at
teinded the ssions, wer'e absent. The
meetIng adjourned, to meet with Mrs.
3. H. $ullivan. on May 8th.
An enjoyable social aff'air among the
younger girls and homy of the city was
the reception tendered to the gradtat
ing class of, the gradled school by the
Jutnir" 'Satulrdaiy (Wevlig at the beau
Hiful colonial residene of Mr. and Mrs.
.\. J. Davis. The receiving line was
composed of the otlicers of the two
elasses: Seniors, John iiludgens, M
dred Counts and lernice Along; Ju
niors, Maartha Franks. Charles Ilughes
and Pauline Clarke. The boys found
their partners by drawing peanuts in
which Were concealed the names of the
gills. After a spirited hour of con
ye rsaton, dellcious ice cr-'eam and
''sunshines" wiere served by Anna
Sullivan and Nathan Wallace. Mr.
I louk and severaj of the boys then far
ored the assemtbled party with a few
oeal selections. After nine hearty
'rahis for the "digniflod" seniors, HIe
Party dispersed to meet again at the
sound of the school bell Monday morn
A surprise wedding was that of Aliss
Ola lrunetr and Air. J. E. Clary which
tok tpl:ce last Thu rsday evening at
!: o''1lovk at the ('entral Aethodist
hu rs;ona~ge, Itwer. .1. :. .\ber
UnhiY pet foriniig the marriageo ser
ii. The bride is Ihe younge.l dagh
ter of* the late mr. "'. \\'. ilrunler and
.\lt;. ];. lDesdic Urun1ler. Ishe is a1 lady
(f tii (biaactler, attractive personal
!. right11 11n1nd and still-shinly dlis.po
siion. She ias a grerat ianity fritil
in Monroe who regret that she has I
Ithe town. Alr. Clary i from Laurens,
C.. and is a traveling salesmall an
a clever and popular gentleman, lmiN
iiedila ly after their wedding Air. and
.\ms. lary left for 1 amuens. S. C.. to
visit relatives.-Ahonroe (N. pi En
.l r.W . 1;. LaVat . \ '. '1T y
I ot t i .1. I. Tolhert have vlw ai -
ttointed as the expovSive (oiniei, i
1llis coo lity, the. afspo nlivi ll en i t%11in
bin anold last kweek by \\illim
!ank, of (Cothia. xIli..ve admin.
:.trator. for Solubl Carolina. Tio vom..
mittee will ha ie, a wide range of d.
I the chief dutie.s being to turvise
tIe sale of explo-;ives of all kinds in
!hw coilty beside.4 main g r*-orts of
dition. disloyal talk and s5pi1ona4t
Meetin: of 1). A. it.
The Hlenry Laurens chap1or, 1). A.
R1.. will met Wriday afternoon at .5
o'cloek witi Aliss .uli:i Irby.
l'or Persontal Albitlon.
T" the E'ditor of The Advertiser:
Siice lr. ILever's entry into the
:;'nato'rial race I have rec.eived so
w'-In y inquiries as to thle effet. this
Wi !tvo. I wol lifke the Ui 'P of youl
Io:: > nal k n : ch-ovws wy vi to
We had hard ome.time sino -h
Air Im i-r aspired to ilth l nator...:ip,
bit !a .-I vTi not lk! wihr- le would
not entelr this year aganst Senator
Tilmean, so natirall ho"ght the mat
11rwa ('tosed. When.~i h' amte doemu
ii' (I te (day with~ hiis bioomlet fromt
Wshintgt on anad thri ewi it before t he
i'ile wI\ie wer'le a .1te 'onitieed at
'eenviined~ t hat ::f wl :ate ui:m ttai
en mn <obl atain Th Su'h is~
I;y fot Iat. I t i in h vint himt
C. on~ the A'- tit ual mitit' I'(flhttee
ua fft mnember anid Ingratitatedl himt
..h. -mste Ipublie. If lhe shoutld win
n I h' Sens hiCle coutld not even get on
hie A riclturt al Ctornmaitteeo andl would(
: e togo foo't of' somei oither corm
min ee andi. therefore, his years of
xpae iner wani go for na 'ght. If
I.'r ever was :. timie in the worldi's
he-iorv whleni we nieed the spteialist
in hiis pr'oper place, It is now:f and
t'ar'ltiular'ly is this trite of the ag
rictultuirist. WVo are in this great war
an el bIs absolutelyi necessary that we
Increase our11 produ~ct ion, not 0only to
meet thle needs of our people at home
andl outr own dear b~oys in the trenches,
but to supply our Allies as well.
Some Congressmnen resIgned and
we'tnt to the war. Mi'. -Iever Is re
signing his Agrieultural Glener'alship
to try to go foot in the Senate. Hie de
sorts his3 post whore ho Is an expert.
The compensation is the same In each
positIon, therefore (lie only solution
of liA dlesiro fot' the change is to grat
Ify his "ersonal ambition.
It is not necessar'y for Mr. Lever' to
come down ft'om Washington to save
the State of South Carolina.
N. B. DiIL.
fauirens, S. C., May 7, h918.
.host !'elved V "l''''iett of Or'g'tnr
interest yott, and he~ q4L.,io '
S. M. & E. Hl. Co.
NOW ON T OU T
FI1ERE$12.50 Set of Fine Majestic Ware
--- Given Free With Each Majestic --
Range Sold This Week.
T '- L -V ; x N -%N- VY L - -P
BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY
Ranges, as well as all other meta-l goods, are advancing in price al
most every week. The prices we offer during this demonstration are
lower than you will be able to buy for at any time in the next five years.
Besides, we give absolutely free a fine set of ware worth $12.50 with
each Majestic Range sold this week.
Come now to our store; let the man direct fro actiory show you
what a wonderful range the Majestic is. Also see the set of free ware.
Remember, the Demonstration Closes Saturday, May 11
S. M.& E.H. iles & o.
MAMMA! DON'T YOU lEnttrs V. 1. V. A. worki'.
SEE YOUiM1JR ClH ID IS ND " - It. I N "i "" "LiE - ' 1W IiRil"
ion as si huperiedentI of the grzaded
SICK, CONSTIPATED 2chools was recely aiinoiined. FREE DE ONSTR' ON
------ makig lpreiparati toU ao) to Atl.' anita
h~ookc nt TIoniwu! 31Ilo Po lS -' r4.m the latteri parit of' thie monthi where he
Liver anid Howels at ()nee. wi idi( u ()1Y.'i(A.O TH CEL RTE
.\ot herXYO you ehild( is not natu:rallyV work of the armiy, a fte r whichcl he
eross and. l)eV ishi. See if tonguei is will b e subhJeetI to the ordervs of the
?oated; this is a, sure sign Its little asisoelation and will be liable for' ser
stornachi, liver and bowels need a -vice inI Frvance.MAUS
'lean ln at once. -- A 7 L O S
When li Aless, pale, feverish, full of Fn insi tc. W'wl a~
aOldl, breath ihad, throat aore, dloesn't ~o 5.0t 7.u~OlUiilO twl
eat, sleep) or act naturally, has stom- C wa w it ' .)ef
h ache, dirrhoea, remember a on-& .
tie liver and owel cie:',i' ould
ulways be the/ first t entik, given.
Nothing ej ualsi aTlifornia Syrup FNLSTlL'MNI. I fT i eka
fFg"for ( rldr ns Ills; give a Tk oieta nte't lyo
teaspoon fulb,~ fd In a few hours all jIe118 1wll en rafila
he foul wvaste, sour bile and ferment-ce ntomyasan (ong 1
*ng food passes out of the system, andlixeti fteetaeo .C yd
ou have a wvell, playfill child again. 'asdI th ofceo telug fI r-n u r m T 7
AllI chIldrien love this harmless, de-i'oht of Iarn o ty at I VA I
1(e01us "fr'uit laxative,'' and( It never Ocok .1),ailo h um Il
ails to effect a good "Inside" eleaing. a
iretIons for babies, ch ilden of al S
R ges and grown-ups a'e plly on theAn as allter eta d O a aini i A
eottle. ie T e rie s e oay
E loe it handy in youre hb e t A lif - t- on ta (ae and all yerron
le g Iv('nI today saves a nick child to-haig cnilus g1)5 iI11etae. i
norroaw, but get tho genuiinc. AikIrsk n hmoio mfiesaldt,' ~ t ~ r
'our druggIst for' a bot tle of "Cailifor'-(lly ) oeno' efo ve baedLC i4ltL1
!a SyrIity) of Pigs", then tork andmu see . 4C~.*P"1
SU' . M. &I E. HL. WA.a o