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Sergt. Allen Barksdale of Camp
Jackson 5p:'nt the wcek- end in the city
Nat Icifjlmdy, of Camp Seviir spent
Sil(iay in the city with his tfiet Mr.
C. E. Kenneldy.
Pitts Brown left last wevek for Char
leston to report to the na.1va! station
for service on the seas.
Ti's. T. N. !!1oimes, of Pinuville, N.
C., Is visiting her father .Ir. J. N.
Wright, and other relatives.
AMr. 1lugh Sanford of Chattanooga
spent the week-end with irs. Sanford
at the ioie of Mr. and Mrs. Golder.
MIrs. 1). E. larnttt spent Friday and
Satunday in Grecnville with her son
Lieut. D. E0. Barnett, Jr. who Is with
his company at Camp Sevier.
Mrs. W. W. Ball and children Misses
Margaret and Fay speht last week In
the city with Mrs. B. W. Ball and Mrs.
.M. L. Copeland.
.\lrs. J. R1. Epting of Chicks Springs,
and Mrs. Belle Smith of Pontotoc,
Miss., were recent guests of Mrs. C. W.
MeCravy near the city.
Miss Idalla Iollingsworth of Cross
!fill visited her cousin, Mrs. Fannie
Stone, and other relatives in tile city
Mrs. C. F. Rankin and daughter .Miss
Caroline Rankin of Farmville, Va., at
riv in tie cityI) last week to spend
some tilne with friends here.
Miss llettio Brown, of ' Lanaster.
arrivel In the city last week to spend
soce time with ir. and .\rs. R. P.
.\Ilr. and . '. S..\i. W ilkes and', lit
Vh- S. .11. Wilkes, J1'.. have returne,1 (d Io
the city afti I sisendin.g a few days at1
A.heville. N. C.
Dr. W". II. D:ial wo.It up to .\siheville
Saturday lo sloeld soevral days w ith
rs. Dia, wio has beln sprnldinig sev
-.al weeoks there.
Mrs. Jas. R1. 1)vis- \\ill leave. this
ev 'k for Gre'nville where -she will
at as dame of holor at the imarriae
()f hor cousi. \i is Carol flirndonl.
AMr. Cla rence thTolfrey of Charleston
spent a part of last week Ili lhe (Itv
with his wife who is visiting her par
ents Mr. and lMr.s. W. T. Crews.
Hligli Eicelbeli'rier leaves today for
Austlin, Tex.. w!ere lie will enter the
aviation ground school preparatory to
service in France.
Miss M\il!k Beard of Charlotto, N. C.,
Is visting her sister Mrs. A. G. 1iart
at the h'tme of i'. atd Mirs. C. N.
Miss Cornelia Machen has gone to
G reeiwood where she expeels to spend
Ottim visiting her cousini. liss Sa
d ie Peixie.
\iiss Ieleera '.ark(e retueit'd yes
eI-rIaY fromi (:Tenville and \lontreat
an' las lee. visting for a. few
Mlrys. .1. .D. .\ow- and chibiren
ha1vf 1-:t ) t w the 11iY after visit
int at .lor.inton. . C., for severaI
lr. nd .\ s.J. W. 'T'odd\!. .\1iss liessi
Troddt andi .\lrs. Gaiin'4ton wi!l leave
tlh - lat t' i parit of the week for t he ir
5 .muier home at Miontrteat.
'itral l'olieeman JT. W. Noon, while
in at tenitlane upon court loindaty. was
cnlled by telt raim to (GreenCiwoodi onl
ac('oi of the serious illne'ss of list
b)rot her .\lr. .\T. C. Koon.
M\iss 'arrie liarnett. who has been
employdci ini the State' lospital at Ili('h
muond . Va..retiiinnsd home yost erdayv
and is now with h parents. .\lr. and
:ys. D). i:. itarnett.
mng sev'rai iip at I,ihei'ty lhill ithl
Mri s. 'l ild aniid lit tle son J1. W. Tlodd,
3rd, and alhl of themn are expected home
'T'le friends oif C'apt. .I. 1I. Carlisle,
in has hbeen sick at is homeii for
s 'veralI week s,*w ill be glad to learno
that he is impirovintg and thant lie may
be oni theo Sitreet aga in sooni.
Mi'. T1. J1. Weatherts has becen sl('k at
lilt homte tinar th(' city3 fori C'( ieveal
days; butt is niow li'pring~ii. I is wvife.
whio broiki' her1 arim wick betore last. is
also i'aiidly r'eovring fi'oim heri in
1and Alts. I. F'. lFlu'mint~a cm
ove frm Ge'tenod :-hiupday to lbe
I't'Osent whleni th'i littlei gratlatulh
ti' hlaura A~ylett, dlautghtei' of .\lt'. and
lie [1irs t Priesby'tr'ian clhurchIi
Mlr. Jamties M cCr'avy has r'etuiirod to
the 'lity after lein.ttg toured the l'ower'
pat't of the state v ith~ thle -Furman G lee
Clu tb. The clubi had a very successful
trip and used the proceedls, amounting
to about $-t00, In aId of the Red Cross.
Roy II. Owings, son of Mir. and Mrs.
J1. C. Owlngs, left last week for CIhatr
heston to enter the navy. ills prtesent
a(ddress Is 4th RegIment, %A Company,
Section 2, Naval Tralninig Station,
'Chiarletston, S. C.
I letnry Franks, son of Mr. anid Mirs.
W. D). Fianks, wenit dowt to Columbia
andl entlited for' ser'vicet in the na~vy.
Althiough lit is but seventeen years of
age lie has sigtned himnself tup to take
par't In the great stru'iggle in pt'ogrcss.
Mr. Tr'ner' Martin, tr'avellng sales
maun for the Dixie Flour and Grain
Company, has a's his guest with him
at. theo Gilkerson House this week his
sister, .\iss Nina Mart In, who has
en teacling inl Greenlwoodl conity
duifg the past session.
IRobert AleCitlen, sonl of .\r. and .\rs.
W. It. AleCtuen, left last week for
Chattanooga. Tenn1., where he joined
the Rledpath Chauatu1ztta ftorces as On e
of the "rew boys" for the summer.
'Th is week he Is in P'ars. Tennii., and
will Imiove lo another town each su.
a. an d1 .\l I*s. \\. I. I i c(-y I ave re
ceived a (ard from I tart iichey in
11okunctin(1g his sate arivkal overs.eas. M..
and .\Irs. lRichey now have tlrce sons
overseas, Capt. W. It. llichey, Jr-., lIart
Richey and Grover C. Richey. It is
not yet known whether the latter two
have arrived in Fra nce or are temii
poraily lin England.
In a letter to The Advertiser asking
that the address of his iaper be
changed to Camp Sevier, Mr. II. 1,.
Parkinson, former superintendent of
the city schools, who Is now in army
Y. M. C. A. work. states that the "work
is new and dificult but I hope that it
will contribute somnetling to wining
the war". Mr. Parkinson's address is
"Y. M. C. A. Ulnit 85, Camp Sevier, S.
C." Mrs. Parkinson is vith her par
(Uts; in Alhermarle, N. C.
Dr. Charles Forster Smith, l'h. ).
of the University of Wisconsin, who
came south to deliver the graditating
address at the University of South
Carolina, and also to give a series of
lectures at the Winthrop Simmer
School, visited his niece Ars. H. 11.
I il11mhert here 3unday. lie motored
tip from Newherry lin company with
his brother, Mir. It. 1). Smith0 and family
of that city. From I alurens .Dlr. Smithi
went to Greenwood to visit points of
inrest arolnild tile old homne. Mrs.
llumb11ert alho had as her guest her. is
ter, M.\r. S.. J. Ilunt of Greenville. who
ICm down to met her uncle Dr.
. i Ws. \\'. 11. Kikhu, -lli-t Copt
Ilid and Al!-0 t imladt, a "Lon-op"
I-;:: by .111o lo \\oodralff.S mra i r .
firee.nville and way*,aIion Thursa1
co e In Ihe( di. !am 11 inl about ten11
houir-' time and returning holm with
(Acla record as, to) bre-ak-down. ex
cept a broken steering gear, a leaking
radhuor and a sliding lani hell. total
expensp for repairs at urb)al stationl.s
6)e. I ,awyer Knight paid professional
calls ol' clients. Ehh Copeland hied
out a: every telephone to fild oil lihow
ithe cotton market was dropping, while
lhi Lst inamed party went along for
a free ride and add a littie ',one"
to Ile crowd. Greal t rip.
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.\N N 4)'N('IEM -NTS,
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.\It-. and .\nz'. l-gene liix Wilkes
annfliblOunce the ilgageenlurt of their
daughitier Kathiln Ilizaleth t \\'il
liami .l 1 mith of .\hivi!E . T'h'
wellin will take olil on Saturday
afuernoon, .lini 22nd, at 4; o'ceIock. No
Ann ioun114 lcmen of' thie en gagemiientI of
',1u. D avid l'Iutgene I arnett an l MIss
Itay Glili of SlatesvillIe. N. ('. was -
ieil ini tlanren last weekl with corn
diat initrti(5 . ieutenan~tt liarnet t be
ina the son of .\t. anl .\ir.. D. P-. 11ar
hilt of this ity. laieutinanu l1arnett
is now~ statilonued at (amnp S vier. 'he.
miarr'iage u it take ,>ar 'a: ani iar'!y
Tu'isday' ivenuin.; at thi hiotiie of the.
iilticiating tiist'r ion Pley~ .Avermoe
.\li5s .Jessie 'lIiTiompson, dauight'r of
.ludige 0. G. 'Thomps1ron, andi Lewis
('aldwvell, a well known younig fattiti
of the liar'ksdale sectio w)1~ere uitedti
in miarriage by the Itev. Jamuies 11 Wl
J1oseh tillM. .\l onroe. w hose 11 death frloml
alole1xy toiiulrred at hIs home in the
daiy, was laid to r'i.t at 11 i''cloik lon -
dii room1)11 at his home11 Sunday mon
I l'e was ab'out 12 yeirs of age alit was
a son of the hlt .\rs. lFainne .\onroe,
vtvy getnerally kniowtn as the ''Real
I aughteri of the Ameriean llevolti
tion"1 inI this part oif the state. .\ir.
.\ otnroe was a useful andl val ueid mem
her of the I lopewellI clhurclh and had
long heen su peintileen of the Stun
dlay school at that place. He was a
goodli fa rmter anid a patruiotlc citizen and
will lbe mlisused in tho community In
which lie has spent his~ life, lie la sur
vived by his wIdow, who was MIss
ltammna Bloyd, and by several biother's
Seni. Tinmlran Sufferu Scalp Woiud.
Washington. June 1 I.-Senator TIIll
man01 siuffered a shatrp woundi last ight
at his apartment here when he fell
against a chiar'. Hie appeared in the
Senate today wIth hIs head in a
hanidage. Ie explained laiughuingly to
hIs colleagues, "I started to sit dlownu
in a chai r, but mitssed it; my headh did
IUNDElt DRtAFT LAW
(Conltintied fom Page Onte.)
b t'I, l~ ilit o; Sam I llice, Clinton:
Cele )avid Davenport, Jaurens;
Will Chappel, 8ross 11111; George
ANdersIOn, I,attro1-ns; Nathaniel Smnith,
liltrens; I-lenry Johnsoni, Clinton;
Tomt Cary, 1,atuirens: IOltort \Iartinl,
.Joe (trtLanford; Chaney lHarks
daile, Clinton: .lamtes Irby, Laurens;
Allen B 1easley, Clintoll; Fralk Irving.
Wallloo: A. I". Calhoun, Clinton; Fed
I)ouglas lood, Gray Cotti; I ldy We.
ley, Clinton; Albert Flelcher, Owings;
James Pat Anderson, Waterloo; Arthur
Snimkins, Ware Shoals; .1. W. Long,
Clinton; Tilotily Itain y, 'Cross 1Hill;
,John Oscar Jefferson, Laurens; Chat
lie Jones, Ijautrens; Jot Templeton,
1,aurens; Claude Rogers. Lattrens;
Dave liird, lAturens; William Parks,
lountain Inn; Hi oraeCe ell, 0 ray
CoiI i: Iiskine Aliller, Cross Hill;
Nance Williams, Clinton; Lee Todd,
Iatirens; (eorge Ray. Ilenno; Willie
lhilsonl, I,au1renls; Uliuls Franklin,
Clinton ; John Seroner, Owings; Col
lier Arnold, Clinton; George ). Rice,
lenno; Lou Wash Turner, Clinton.
Casper Thompson, Laurens; Fate
Mietts, Clinton; Preston Teague, Cross
11111; Willie Anderson, Gray Court;
Craig Gary, 'Clinttol: Iobert Clowney,
batrens: Corbet Williatns, Ware
Shoals; Toi .Jeffersoni Sanders, Clin
ton: Preston Watts, Clinton; Barney
Woody, IIturenis; Walter Frech, 1Lan
ford; Solomon Iart. Jr*., Kinards;
It. 1). Calhoun, Clinton: Willie Pinson,
Mloutville; Frank )ay, Clinton; Pres
ton Tayior, lIAiksdale Arthur Foggy,
Barksdale; 'Imaut .tlohnson, fanu
r'ents: Carence 'Leamnani, Laurens: .lii
mIne l'opeland. Clinton: Andrew Wil
liams. I'aturens: mI'cst looker, Ware
Sh als; W illie Wells. .\lountIIrille;
(;'orge .Johisont, Wart. Slioal: llen
ligtu1p'on. Clinton: Geworgec Walker,.
Imt irels. Chir Willilame. Cross
!' : i~tls, ( ,'lintoiClnton: .\la t h w
Wa:liemi.Wat ie : Willie Floyd, E-nem
lainl lunI: .\lack 11l1nd, Ihauriens; F ord
Nlinen . (i nt (1 it al 1 [tin : Chut'1de ljarri,
Crlss4 l11ll: Clarenlce .lihnsonl. War;t.(
tu i t(: 1-;arl Youtng, Clinton.
.left It oyd. 'ross H ill: lery (la
toell]I Yoang, Iray Court ; Thomias Cris.
atn ens; Jeas Arnold, I atremns; ol
nic Bilakely, Clint~on: Anguis .\loonl, Ow
(n :I n t(ry yl' es, M un tvilie; Elrnest
Nanc, Clinton; .Jlaes Frakts, Ow
ings; Kenley Young, Kiiards; Albert
Thompson, Owintts. John Wallave
Thlompslon, iRenno; Jesse Wesley, G"ray
Cotr; I Tberlt Walk, I tInino; 1A.
Abercromie, (Mray Couirt: Wash ( ar
ter, Barksdale; p''rmnan Anderson.
Clinton; I'lles t Colm aii n it, I aurens; .\ -
fred Hevedev. I'al r, I, O'ell S.4i'uber,
Clintton; I Tary Gray, \ilunt vill ; ar
ene1e .\rnol1d O'Dell, LauIrenls; .John
ellion Allon, Kinlards; William Pyles,
0:-a, lush Italeoy Irbhy, Owinlg.
Clakrence, Vea L.Iaurens,. Sim
i~x , ~ Iiut : tjt erbet rt i- ) ; s i Itts.
')atr1in.: Wtilie a udgens, 0 buriens:
(;r: Ihrt t C 1ann n.1 Crost Illl;
W'. tl a l itit, Waterlooi Willieu'
W illi! M 1 a r ith, W t -t li W illiI
let'rin.u it !'' IS:nuvus llougla ( hrlth,
re'in; N ti lluntaerttGray iot : Sl-(~
,'' .~! 311 , . , t' t'er ltd. at
li\ telt eacn Stur y toct. t.1t
\tat 'Mil.11 ltold. o t' het'., \ < ',at'oftMr.
We'l vibh- occurrled;' f In tl'tlos in that
-nonin:. hie ares(etatS o ans
MI,(ry s 'iit. Otokaget dalit otite
sil ttt.The new of h ertO dath was.do
raeeid o ith uge atd sorro' to her
friend janot' andi aintancs to Irens.t
'ther isr oniie byt hatn thusbandr and
iouxirald I li chiile ten wht ae'i-h
deslngo sypth mlouhi' friend, here
..\of ing Execthnme womiloti .lie tIli
.\'sl. itoW\lee trav wOm~ dow nt~ was
given ix Couittit a.s sitheit' reliiln
~ltv frho Ctea thi'tuunty.Mr. M 11av
swtnin thke pladei' O themece repra
vened t tonay m oni;. wtog liF. I
liove juor antd Woth erstoCt rtor to
yteir'okoshefrste or d
CAN FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Use Ball Mason and Sure Seal Jai s
AlI Sizes in Stock
Buy Now; You May Not Be Able to Get Them Later
BALLIMASONS BALL SURE SEAL
Pints, per doz - $ .80 Pints, per d(.1 . . $ .90
Quarts, per doz - .90 Quarts, pert doz. 1.00
1-2 Gals., per doz 1.15 1-2 Gals., pr doz 1.25
Best Qualy TO -
Highest Gr:'t Rubbers Lurge Si :e (1-2 Pint) Jelly Glasses
5e and Oc doz. 50C dozen'
Extra fine rubbers with all jars, suitable for either hot or cold pack.
A Good Home Canning Outfit $4.50
If yu come to us for your canning supplies you are sure to find
what you want. The best quality, fresh new stock.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes Co.
BLOUSES Ta aal
Of course you want to save on your apparel-everybodly does, and
everybody who comes here to satisfy their Blouse requirements can
and will. Our intimate co-operation with the country's foremost Blouse
manufacturers-by which producing costs are lowered and selling ex
pense eliminated-explains our ability to offer matchles~s Blouse values
at all times.
XIRTH MORth NatonalThritlouse
WORTH MORE---ONE DOLLAR---WORTH MORE
Sold Only .,The Same
in theLow Price
Wirthmor -the Nation
It's a source of wonder, surprise and gratification that these thor
oughly good Wirthmor Waists can still be had for just one dollar.
They're worth more, and would readily sell for more, but a real thrift plan
of making and selling makes their sale still possible at this modest sum.
New Styles on Sale. (Sold Here Only)
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