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rs. Badger Bowen of Toledo, Ohio,
is visiting Mrs. R. E. Copoland.
Mrs. Ethel Nickels has returned
from a short visit to her sister. Mrs.
J. M. McTees, In Greenwood.
Miss Nellie Bobo, of Clinton, spent
the week-end with her friend, Miss
AIss Ilarriett Simpson has returned
to the city after teaching the past
year at New Brookland.
.Mr. John Gilkerson, yard condustor
in the Spartanburg yards of the C. &
W. 'C. Rty., spent Monday in the city.
Mrs. J. mooro )lars, of Abbeville, is
vslting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
H. Wilkes during the Chautauqua.
Mrs. John S. Morgan and little child,
of Union, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. P.
A. Simpson this week.
Mr. 14. C. Rohr returned Z tirday
from Baltimore and New York, where
- he has been for several weeks
Mr. Hugh Alken, who graduated at
Davidson this year, has arrived home
for the summer.
Misses Lucy and Laura Vance Dirl
Ington: who have been attending Madi
son Hall school in Washington, D. C..
have arrived in the city.
Miss Mlary Lipscomb, of Ninety Six,
is the gist 'hi week of Miss Marie
Littlejohn at tl'ic home of Mrs. J. S.
MArs. S. NI. Wright, of Fairforest,
. pssed through the city Monday on
- way to Gray Court to attend the
funeral of Mr. L. C. Dorroh.
All. W. P. Shealy, who has been
quite sick at his home in the eastern
part of the city, is slowly recovering
andl expects to be himself again soon.
Mrs. ii. 1). Rantin, of Clinton, visit
ed Mr. and Airs. Ross 1). Young sever
al d ays last wee', coming u p to 'ittend
the commencement excrcises of the
graded schools. .
Air. and Mirs. 1larold Smith, of Lan
rens, speit the weeik-end with Mr. and
hirs. .lesse Smith and a-tended tho
Farrari concert Saturday evening.
%1r. Stanley W, Crews has resigned
the position in Columbla which he has
been illing since last summer, to en
list in .ihe army. Before he can pass,
however, he will have to indergo an
operation and Is now in the local hos.
Pital under treatment.
'Ir. Ht. W. Mledloclc, or Atlanta, stop
pO'd over for a few days last week
with his fathe' in the upper part of
the county while on his way to Nor
folk<. Va., where he has acepted a
Place as chemist for a large fertilizer
Ca1p1. Knox Simpson, attached to the
nival hospital at Charleston. spent
!!ral days in file city last week with
his mother, Mrs. J. P. Simpson.
MNrs. Alva Weaver and children, of
Lake City, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
PlOming Smith, having come up
through hI le country last week by au
tomobile w ith Dr. Weaver, who has
lett ned home.
Mr. .Jlis Sltgr'eaves left last week
for S;partanhuirg where he has accept
ed a position in the office of the Nes
bitt Auto Company. Mr. Sltgr'eaves has
kgen dioinig cler'leai work in the Watts
~lls olilce for' most' of thme past four
year's and was for' awhile employ'ed
In The Advertiser oficee. where his
eon.innmt ious work is still rmemn
iXI-:lt('ISES AT' 310NTyig,[,.
Oomnmencement. Exercises of the
Sebo0o, to he lieid Tionighit anid To
Thie closing exercises of the Mount
ville school arvdo be held tonight and
tomorrow~ night. Tonight the, pupils
of th'e schiool will give a play entitled,
"TPhe l)ust of the Ear'th", with the fol
David .\oore. of Maple Cottage
JT. W. Coleman
Sn:an Moore, hiis; wife, Fay firy:;on
Elizabetli, their daughter, Nelie Long
.trr'v, their son Clough Farrar'
'lev,. lii'. Templeton, a young dIivhie
John D). Fulller
Mie Ar .\ra he! Ia. thle village newspa1per'
h1n Dyder. the young master of "The
~'Maples" Rutledge Fuller
WVandoering TIom Cutrtis Teague
Old Mose. his companion, W. A. Teague
Nelle, "'rie Dust of the Earth"
's Tomorriow night, the 30th, the gr'ad
unating exercises will lhe held wvhen
the following pirogram wIll 1)0 car'ried
Song - - - Sho
Invocation - ReOoJ.Prr
Salutatory - --Og imn
Song - - - MideSmon
pPoem - - --Pml hs
Prophecy -' V .Tau
Clss~oig~ - - - SChl
eclamation Geo. J.uti Terter
Valdicory - - Olgar Simong
1- JohnaW. Coleman
Musi - -- Mildlred Simmons
Preenttio o Dilms . . TPugue
Cp ong,4 -"-m-r-iCaa.
GIADED 80HOOL HONOR ROLL. *
Tle HIonor Rol of the Laurens City
Schools this year contalis the naies
of thirty-four pupils from among the
five hundred that attended the Central
School and the Laurens Mill School.
Tite small number meriting being
placed upon the Ilopor Roll' and .the
high average in scholarihip, attend
ance and deportment necessary to at
tain this honor, give some indication
of the high standard being maintained
at the school and at the same titme
make the records of the honor pupils
all the more praiseworthy. A pui)ll
who makes an average yearly schol
arship of not less than 90 and a year
ly average'of not less than 95 In at
tendance and a yearly average of not
less than 95 on deporttnent i. entitled
to a place on the Honor Roll. Follow
ing is the Honor Roll by grades:
Grade 1-Martin Miller, Minter Dial,
Boyce Taylor, James Dunklin, Harry
Cooker, Antoinette Moore.
Grade 2-Mharles Flohr, Robert
Moore, '1ary Anderson, Gertrude Ton
Grade 3-Bruce Thoimlpson, Licle
H-awklins, Amaryllis Siith, Tlarriet
Gtrade 4 --James Machien, Miller Mc
Grades r, and 6-Paul Philpot, Sarah
Grade 6-Mi4g 1. Copeland, Charles
Barksdale, Edmund fLake.
Grade i-Vermelle Caine, Martha
Dula, Nelle Jones, Sarah Eliza Swy
gert, Grace Taylor.
Grade S 1.alcula Burns. Beaufort
Copeland, Raymond G(aston, Caroli:wl
Grade 9 Coi. -izzle Delle Croclcer.
Grad.e 9. Latin Fec.-Mozole Mooro.
O'rade 10-Mary flackwell.
To be perftct In attendance a ipil
must he in school every day ot the
ttne months' session without being
tardy or dismissed.
Gradp I -Sara Sulliv'an, 'Minter Dial,
Grad 2-Millie J. Crews. Dall:
Dendy, Charles Flohr, Mary Anderson,
Grade 3-Erit Ilarr, Cecil Sullivan,
P vinkney Sillivan, Bruce Thompmon,
Matiline Caldwell, Ilattle Mae Dunlap,
Giade .1 -Riichard Iabb, LaIl
Caldwell, Ida Mao Iu nter, .ane
Machen, [[attie .iiler, Dru-iilla Ow
ilas, Willi am Power, I lla Rickman,
Grad - --Hermnan Dairton, Margaret
Ilumi abert. Wllie Caldwe'l, Willie B.
Duncaii, i la Snoddy, .anell Teague. I
Grades 5 and 6-E:nerson Dauzen
baker, Paul Phil)ot, Mariegene Gray,
Robert Rabb, Addle Lou Sexton.
11rade 1 -CorneliaL Machen, Carl
Thomupson, Jaimes White.
Grade 7-Marion BIlackwell, Ver.
mlucle Caline, Margaret Coleman, Lois
l ! ti, Altlie (Gosnell, Nelle Tones,
A1arah Eliza Swygert, Gracec Ta ylo:',
G'rade 8--Peatrice lhabb, Flula Tiius,
PredI Bishop. Beau fort Copeland, El
hert C'.peiland, Periex Da:la, Margcaret
I a ke. Loist MIarmn, ' a r IeleMyr
sara Power, lU,.;alX Suilli: n, I iarry
Griad., 9. L.i till Se'. * arsivi linard,
Edna itiddlie, Mairy Raper, Eniue Sul
Grade 9, (oen. -- 'iis Power, .Johni
G radeo 1 0 ---aamo G'las 'Ne, EstelleI
MTartin. Peaty MTc[i, Nash Phtilipot.
Grade iI--Annaio Barklsdale.
Grade 1, Laurinns MillI Shool -Rubie
Griade 3. Laurens Mill School-Lar
ry" Joncs, Jamres St rickland.
G;rade' I, L~aurerns Mill ISchoal --M\aud
Sliekkland. (atllie [[1ill.
Out oft the t&.:1 of apprima~ tely
about seventy fal!c'1 to riike their
gradoes. A number of I hem, however.
f'xpoe(t It" stoly theo'ch the si'umer
and regain the lost n"''o1(d and~t stand
examilnations at the oplenhing sesA!on
In the tall.
Drownied In Tnub.
The two year olid chlild of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles M. WillIiams, who live In
the Trrinity-Rldge section, wvas drown
ed last Thlursday afternoon whlen
tile child fell In to the tilt when unoh
served by any of the family. Mr. and
Mrs. Williams have asked thlat their
ilhors and friends accept 'thelir
thlanks for tile assistance and syw
pathjy extended to them In their tryln
WilATI T) USE TO4
PRE VE NTS A PPE NDICITIS
Lau11rens pieole should know piin ple
buickthiornl barks glycerine, s., as
mixed in Adler--I-ka, flu a~the EN
TfRE~ bowel trakt uohpletely that
appendicitis i.4 ,~ vented. 0 N E
SPOONPUL Adldr-t-ka r'elieves A-NY
CASE sour' stomach, gas 0or constipa
tIon because it r'emoves A LG t'oul man
terlal which clogged arid pi)Osonied your
systemi. Tile INSTANT action sur-..
prises both doctors and patlents. lie
TEureka Drug- onmnany.
t'H WT1'AUQUA PROGRA)
PLEASES TIHE P.ATi'ItONS
Large Audlences Ha I.Gi reeted the Ar
tlsts and14 High Prailse his ,eeI v.
(,i Enry Lectire and1 Performaneg.
Redpatl'.3 191- Chattauqtua has
fully measured up to its reputation
4aineel here in tt' past, accordhing to
tile comments of p-urons. and the
prog;ram tius far has.met vith praise
ulndiu alpproval, although it is conceded
that the best of the program probably
remains to be given. The Chautauiqua
opened Saturday afternoon with a
spl)endId concert by the Croation Or
mhestra and the evening consisted of
a similar concert with a lecture by
that, veteran of the pkitform, "Col."
Lou J. Beauchamp. Col. Beauchamp
mnd the Croation Orchestra kindly as
sisted the Red Cross workers Sunday
afternoon when a mammoth Red Cross
rally was held in the Chautautiqua tent.
The second day's program consist
ed of a grand concert by Alfred Hles
Bergen with assisting artists, with a
lecture on "Business and the War" by
Prank, Mulholland at night. The af
tornoon performance was interrupted
by rain, tiit in the face of threatening
cltds a large audience gathered in
the evening to hear the artists an(l
Mr. Mulholland. \Ir. 'Mulholland gave
a graphic account of his recent visit
to France and made a stirring plea
for united support of the government
in the war.
Yesterday afternoon, following a de
tightful piano and violin concert,
Chancellor Geo. [H. Bradford lectured
on "Relbuilding the World"; and this
was pronounced by many as ithe fea
lire of th.\ protrran that far, bit. In
the evening Niss \l aragery M uxwell
fairly ea'iltivate'! I-or audien."e w hh
he voice of rare sweetiness andl her
grarou, mianner on tIe platform.
-. \o hie. In lhaze of 1hL m11orn1
in)-' children's hour ha.; al ready won
IlI- heart. of the little one., an(i they
re having a :rent time each da' 0,
lening to he stories and praraio
for "Circni Tiii, i1 Fair yland" \ i-h
vc,:na1: Frblay * nicht2 1..
TIhe lrorm ifor the rest of the
weeh. each n'tnber of which las been
prAillsed highly in cit ies3 a lready visit
ed by the Chi'utautia. is as follows:
Pariton e le(ital-linight MaGregor
(Scoteh Baritone with Pianist)
Isin 'o Fonomic s in the ilome",
Mr.n. Christine Frederick
R.e it'al In Sc(otch Costime
ur, (heCheckerboared of la
rope" g;ir John Poster Fraser
'1 toirsdaly .Afternoon,
Con-erl-Chocolate Soldia': Orhestra
Gedre,"InC. .0 Moln's Shoes"
Onie Fred Sweet
'The Chocolate Sol dier"-righ t Opera
'7oneert Chicago Orchestral Hand
F :1ib.t in of War Posters o. the Al
'C ireus Time in Fairyland"--In elharge
of Cild(1ren'A Worker.
1,-d are. 'A Sol die:- of th:eSky"'
Ca:>t . 0George Fred rer ick Cam pbelI
Sa tud-Ay .\fternoona
C''eert Duinbla r's Orchestra
"T'h- Man Who Staved at Home"
I Thriilhing rad!nX of war play, shuow
lng Ramnitlcations of German Spy
t~'Ahit ion of 100 Raemakers' War
D:tnhar's Revue, featuirting the G raind
Parade of thle A!lies.
D).\TIE ,\RE FIXEDI
Columbin ia, May ').-Thue itinerari's
of thle State and Senatorial caminpaignis
h ave bteen coimp let ed. The Senatorial
caimpaignl wilt open at Winnusboro on
Tu esda y, .inne 18, antd wilt conclutde
at Sparit anhu111rg Frilay, Au gust 2:1. Tbhe,
hu ltaI meet inig of the State canvass:
will lbe held at lia rn well, Tl'iad~ay,
Ju ne I M. and wil! tin 1B at ('oliubia.
candidate.s are to) speak at ('oouia
on Jlyv -1, and the State aspirants at1
Griealnwood oni thati daiie. C'harilestoni,
wI' b e visited on WVed nesday, J1ul y 2, I
by thle se nat oraa pairty and a on Saturi
daa.' Atuglst 17. by the State party.
Thli it ineaaries are so arranged that (
lie sen toatal party will swing
thIirough toi Pledlmont firsat and the <
state party throu thIle souithearn sec
tion of the stale e." Its first speech
making tour. The itinnraaries are so I
ar'rangedl that the two par: les will beJ
kept as mutch as two weeks apart at
all times, and( so that the senatorial I
party will have an eleven-days Inter'- I
mission after July 4 and the state
canvass a nIne-days' rest aftear Jualy
0l. The routing of the two parties was
ararantged by a subcomnmittee of the
State D)emocratie committee, consiat- E
lng of Gen. Wilie Jones, of Columbia;
IEdgaar A. llrmkn, of flarnwell, and J. d
M. Moorer, of Walterboro. The Itiner- d
ar'ies follows :
Winnshoro, Tuesday, June B8; Clues- g
ter,. Wednesday. June 19; York, Thurs- g
l.av. Jaac 20; Lancaster. Friday, June
"A MILLION LIT
The high quality, all new hair used in the
pared that it forms millions of tiny spring
move of the body. These little springs ar
MADE BY THE CUDAHY Cl
Let us sh
; Caniden. WN i urday, .1 Un e 22; Ches
lerfleld. Tuesday, .une 25; llennetts
'ille. Wed nesday, .111ne 26; Darlington.
Ihursday, June 27; IllIshopville. Fri
.ay, June 28; Sumter, Saturday, June N O TI
29: St. Matthews, Monday, July 1;
3rangehurg, Tuesday, July 2; St.
eorge. Wednes(lay, July 3; Columbia,
Chursday, July I; Manning, Mlonday,
Inly 13; Dillon, Tuesday, July 16;
Plorence. Wednesday, July 17; Con
vay, Thursday, July 18; Marion, Frl
lay, July 19; Kingstree, Saturday,
July 20; Georgetown, Mlonday, July
'M; .loneks 'orner, Tuesday, . uly 23; W ha
'harleston, Wednesday, July 2t; Wal
erboro, Thurisday. ,July 25; Rldgeland, grg
'rliday, J1ulIy 2';; 1 leaufort, 'attInrday,
luly 27; I tampion, AMonday. July 29; 8be
larn well, Tuesday, July 30 ; llamiberg,
iednesday, Juily 31; Alken, Thutrsday,fory
Xugust I; Edgcefield, Friday, August
Satluda. Saturday, August :;; Lex..nie
ngton, Tu'esday, August G:; Newher--or
y, Wednesday, August 7 ; Laurens,
l'hiiirsday, August S ; Greenwood. Frai
ilay, Autgust 9; Abheville. Saturday, gaa
\ugust 19; McCormick, Tuesday, Au
sust. 11; WValhalla, Thursday, August Brn
iS; P'ickens, Friday, Auguist 1 (; Green
bIle, Saturday, Aiugupt 17; I'nion, atil
hNednesday. August 21; Gaffney',
l'hrday, August 2 ;Sar.hug
onWedesdy, un 19 Weauhat
garagea,.u o2 ;i delad lrdy
four1 yetrhr, a udyTn
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hebln, St Wd eay, Jitne 19; Anernufr, 11.I'S11l
Churday, June1 15: Ridglan, Tuesday,:* ********
une2 (; Wlterr, Satursday, Jin
2; Dambergl, Tuenisday. Juy 18; AIkon, bt ilMy2
ednday, July e 19; Spadtafleid, Turs- 1COf01'iatl
lay, July 20; auda, Frday, .Ju y 28; E .Drero
;xingonk, WSaturday, Jly 2!1; : n Nedw- ~l~i eeo
'aster, Tusday, .uly 25; Cau ens, nd Pece a n
tenday. July 26; Greenwoo, Tursday,Wewr adtfav
lily 2; lCome, Tuesday, .u11y 30; noi'mdtaa.
uerly;Pen, Wednesday, July 17; n erge eymc
etnvlle, Thursday, Auguy 1; Unr- ion, ve h hsb
riday, Juidy, ugs 2;9;lSpartanhurg, S tour- sps~tIn n
atay, August20 ; ufney, Tuesday, rlylefo u~ea
York, W;dlnenesdyJuy, Augus L nowlae-- n e
ater , T urday, Aug5;Chster, nSpranug
rday, JIdy, Auguinstborotrday,Telitecldo
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n~ g ustn; Frdy Augto ; B 'shopv-i M.e, i. .MW
atay, August ; cSmoer, uesday, J F. oi io
ny ugust 16; CharetnSrday, uthehm fM.a(
agtud7; Auts 10;oMngn, TuesA-ner1arnMiln
nat,0 Ag3;rigse, WednesA- M.,.M or
uast 21; St. Matthews. Thursday, Au- i.MreM('oan
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Aith heavy ticking and finished in
ar Roll Edge.
Prices $16.90 Up
& E. H. WILKES & CO.
/ R Mattress
~ r of a
t j Spr~ngs"
CE TO FORD
ve now as foreman of our
Mr. R. Z. Warren, who
in with the Ford Motor Co.
are. Mr. Warren was ree
ided for the place by the
[otor C ., whc iiufficient
ty of(is it.
rour car around and give us
ro p's Gar age
* * *.\lr . ni liun and childro
pntSat urday night~ and Sunidayv with
* * * * * * * Nbr. anid .\irs. IR. II. D~onaldson.
M1r. and M~Irs. J1im nIHabbi, fromi near
.-I. tA. Ib roj iw. n.visited relatives here oni Sun
Newherry, 1111- 'l'h'e was an interestinug tatlk given
Sunday night here on Sunday morning by Mr. Wit
esting sermon. so of Owinugs, on the Rled C ross work,
Blro. liiiggors 'ifter' which the sutm of $1 18.00 was
to give uip Mr. Our peCople seem to be very much
en so faithfu l ntQested in Tied Cross work.
vhile. 1te will
Igagedi in work I)- E. TodI~d Sel'ls Farm.
Mr. D. E. Todd, who has been farm
1:r. and Mrs. tig near Unarksdale station for several
'y -*ek at this years where lie has hbuilt up one of
the best small farms ini the county,
se and Mr'. and1( has sold1 hiis place to Mr. Mace Lang
arel visitors at ston,. who will not lake chiarge how..
5. I. 1H. ,\oore ever until the first of next year. Mr.
unday. Tloddu maiuy move to the (It y If lie flnds
family arnd a desirable location. It is under
children w'ro afood t ha' his farm'n bronht around