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Mrs. Catherine Owens, of Grcen
wood, 13 visiting Mrs. Tom Bolt.
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Mr. and Mlrs. A. C. Todd and AMisa
Harriett are expected home from Alon ti
Mrs. Jno. W. Crews, of Columbia, is
spending the week with Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Crews.
Mrs. P. C. Wallace and daughter,
Miss Bessie, spent Monday afternoon,
with relatives in the city.
Mcsars. J. 1). and C. B. Nelson, of
Cold Point, were visitors in the elf..
Miles ivia Itramlett is spendine i
this womi: with her sister, Mrs. T. \.
Copeland near Clinton.
M:s. J. A. .\cConnell and chIldren,
of Charleston, are the guests of Rev.
and .Mrs. J. M. Etcadman.
Mr. T. P. Crews, who is now locatei
in Epartanbur:, s')ent the week-end
in the city Wiith relatives and friend-.
Mesrs. Reid Cooper and S. .
Thompson, of Young., township, wero
visitors in the city yesterday.
Mrs. W. D. Vincelnt and Mr%. C. P.
Vincent, p.r., of Varnville, are visiting
Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Vincent this week.
Miss Harriet 11. Sullivan, who has
been attending the summer school -at
Winthrop, cane home Saturday.
Jl:. J. NI. Rhodes, of Newbern, N.
. vi::ting Mr. and .\Mrs. J. Warren
Hon. Samuel J. Nicholls, repre.-en
tative in congres from this district,
was a visitor in the city Wednesday.
Miss Harriett Simpson returned last
week from a stay of about ten days
with her sister, .\rs. J. S. Morgan,
Dr. J. N\. Ster.dnian. Jr., of the Uni
versity of North Carolin':1, s!ent the
week-end in the city with lit; parents,
Rev. and Mirs. J. N. Steadimn.
Miis Rebecca Clarke will leave this
week for Washington, D. C., where she
will virit friends for the rest of the
Earle Caine, who Is now in the
quartermaster service at Camp Sevier,
spent the week-end in the city with
his mother,, Ml's. Rosa. 1. Caine.
Ntr. and Mrs. Rt. F. Fleming and
young 11. F. left Friday for Cherawx
and Lancaster where they will visil
relatives for several weeks.
Mrs. fDeWitt King, of Charleston, ar'
rived last week to spend some tim
with her brot her, Dr. t'. M. Nillier
and othe'r r.l:.t ives In the city.
Nlro.: -0. L. .'orter. of Roanoke, V.
nlid M!as ir'hliogan, of Carter;\vill(
Go.. are vsitling their aunt, Mrs. C. \
\1r;. Anna 1). .N1114r, who Is hOc'
spending the :nner at lienderson
vl ,N.C.. I,, vi ]ln er- daught111i
Mrs. J. (. ulliivai.
'Roy flutoins expe t s to leVe' toda
filr Satn Antonio, Tex., where he h:
orders to)repot o w'rk in t he ae"
n u e traittinl"- chool. -
T'hi Mi.;. n.ry and Doroth
th'e wee'k w> 1 .\l is.; \',illi' Gra:ves Ah
mnan, onl (Che'sinnt treet.
diown' frem1 .\ ermarle, N C.. last wer
Ito vfitI their parentis, Mr ~. ard MIt
Jos. 11. -i':i n MrIC N . Wh!iH1 :. rI''r
teir :t'a- he'nt Mrs' I:. ictlw!! r
main feroy. tie
Vn:I-'. 0.b en-'i'Mr0. W.e~ u.pne
tonwI~t remal, ''i a! weekc
Chain and 'ienry1C of'0t'" wats i
Niere ieo:- ha remln n isom imA w
I teirfo srpidn the' ofrs yerg a
faily.o'cxP ii~' im ~i I
.\ii. be.ga .t.\nern oriv s ic
o' tee n' Wh:.' ole't ont ofEch
P~nnk tI nei e i a r itll m ore re on.ible
sI t of i the !iclee if the Watte .\l
rannt of ixperllnce a aii
siTet ri'wn ertie ofreJ. Y. Wam
willbglado !,A. lan of hisre
aprom~on in Grty"nvilet'lm nas
logthern Pule~~ 1S111! raCempany
meCntor. Walac hasWit ai'tne,
emitng, woder hh' airctoun, am
- ato Niniss V:'~Fliinia t-hi
daughtert of TLcA. "ullivagero thf
apeamounse, parft yetrday m
*nghfir fmvorlt :Sarae ofrani:2'cs
ofulino i':t.p.; M says\" t hat'ey,
lming,Otiho emporeta houseno
aTv't s sCao'1. e*g' hi
a tepting saird corce was'er
. s. D1nialdson, Mr. A. 11. D)naldson
nd Mrs. Alhcrt Barnes and children ,
lotored down from Greenville Mon-l -
ay to spend (lthe day with Mr. and ,
irs. J. G. Sullivan and 'Mrs. Anna D.
lilier. Col. M. L. Donaldson is a
rother of .lrs. A. ). Miller and at utr
nele of Mrs. J. G. Sullivan, and as sEs
bIs was Col. 1)onaldson's 7ith birth- vic
ay, it added much zest to the occa- plo
M3UKE 11I STIDiE o
hver Thiken Thousand Namtes Now
on the List. Increase for Week Is
Washington, July 28.-Heavy filght
ng along the Aisne and Marne inI
viich American troops have partici
Wated has begun to show in the cas
ialty lists isstud by the war depar- an
riicnt. Today's list of 225 names Is
he longest to he given out since
American units made their aPiJpear- 1jN
ance on the battlefront. The list,
however, it was belleyd, gives cas
ual ties resulting from the recent Ger- le
miani offensive perations rather than
fror. the allied couttterst rok" now in
rogr'ess. 'Total casualties in the army s
and marine corps overseas increased
1,050 during the week compared with
983 the previous week, and aggre
-ite 13,766, with the inclusion of to
day's army list of 226 and marine
coi'r lists of two. The wcek's In
crease also was the largest yet re
In the 13,7G6 casualties, total deaths fl
including 291 men lost at sea, men
ikilled in action, dead of wounds, (Is
ease, accident and other causes, num
bred 5,493-army men, 4,783; ma
rincs 710. The wounded aggregated
7,5,32-airmy men, 6,340; marines, 1
192. Those mi!ssing, including pris
oners, total 74t---army men, 657; ma
A' Others See US.
lEditer The Adverliser:
laving once lived for a time in Lau
r:ns County, it is always a pleasure
to me to re-visit you. Some of the
I .t, moat kind-hearted and hospitable
people in all the world, I verily be
lieve, live within its bounds. In some
respects your county shows evidences
of 'rogress at each visit. Improved
-iom(. and htilldings an( farms and
1i10'10 :nauflht acturing plants are not iced
by one who calls only at intervals of
times. In another respect y6ur' coun
,ty low; little progress. That is in
, e tter road.. and high ways for travel
1 cr:. My bu iness Carries me over the
I vo :ates of Nc,-h and Sonth C arolina
a and the differenr in the interest
- rhovn and i:.:ortance attached to this .
a&:,tf lu'ee Iy the11 -two i.;' mmoe. t.(t
y of travel by autlomobile, a-, many drum
iteru are doing. Within tle past few
- wei I ha\ve co1ver'd several counties
in North and South Carolina, namely
y iaywood,' Ihuncombe and lenderson
in the tirti namedil aind (reenville, hau
- rena, andl Newherr'y. Tihe irst three
I'; aii moutain (cornitie's, where road
'I' is not i;a '.ec:.'. gouid townas are fer~e
'. .''ei :taxtah: v:hte.; not ar. great a
i1- ')ttl' andi ye: they art' far ahtead of
R. 'n ril.1. 1here I.; a well loated, wvel
lit' w!: later:0 b ::ne as tom al se:ti
lIh '. ' '1l'4!'! 'hi 21 I '.11
nd to AI e ie t>HIc \lu ti
hisA :nd albo fro:n lienders:oniilleh to Ashei
111 ~I- was I)'nee int the d'iys of .\laeadai
a and IihIs ixex iree has l ead thei
5 edcIt eennt or a t trieat ed g ra v
as thi" best, most duriable and least C!
aICe pensive( in the lonig i'un, topt-coat I
et lay' (en a 'lro~wly gr'ad(ed and erowi
de IC d b( led. Thiiis fort I;easvy t raiftic he:'.'in
thle raad1(1 as theisle (coitve'r'! to (courit hout
to towtna ani'i to carei' for thle increasi;
i't- -ii mployment (of triks by.. all kinds
'of business. "Te tolp-soil roads of u pp4
ongt- (Greenv~lle are standing up wvell at
~a, ate excellenit roads today. As ml
ity. ncars the city these show the we;
ned and tear of hieav.:' traffe. Therie a
>n more hunmps andl jars between 1'ou
an. t ain Inn alnd Clinton than one will g8
of ini an all-day drive amnong the mou
lie. tains of North Car'olina. Why the pc
n"' i e oIf so flue a section ar-e so liti
ccbk.oao'cernedl about theli' highways is
milt., InLyster'y to
ed. A FORMER, CITIZEN,
or Big line of P'otter'y just in--beaul
futl JIardinieres. Fern Pots. Cen
P iieces, Compor'ts and~ Pedestals.
Mi. S. M,. & i'. II. WilIKlut & Cc
wvl 'Ths fluinin@ That Doos Not Affect tho i
B ecui~le of its tointd andt inxative effect. l.A
Qintine~ ntii (1Co'g not cauhe~ .or r''Iusi1"S
VAGRUT TH'll UT . * a
(By Rev. J. M. Steadmvin.) *
r t!iosc who pul no Inueni .time III
ig to attend to other pcoil's Iusi
s would .-ut this time in God's rer
they would be more protit.bly cm
VC cannot pav's through the .odiess I
rid as Christ's witnnsses nlhess the
Ovrof the Holy Spirit ab!des in us.
Aove is the only airchitec that can
,n the true and happy hmewc.
Ve mnust make our termis with 1Deat1h,
ough Jcsu,. his conluturelr. Our
ations to Him determine whether
ath shall be our friend or foe.
Hle who will not share Chrst's yoke
d burden cannot share His rcst.
Tihere is no true life that does not
,C in the consciousnes; of God.
Impulse not guided by pllrptsC never
ads to success.
The man who Is always ab.oit to do
miething great will never get his
LuIc in history.
Method Is the tool with which pur
1e carves destiny.
Brain is the engine but appik'at!on
Ilnspiratlon is a heavelly tid sc :t to
oat stranded souls tcward O(ld.
"The gales of the Spirit" nevcr blow
s towards fanasticisI.
lie who neglects his closet will not
ect God in the open life.
lie who steers his life by impulse
lone drives it with a broken propeller.
iWeekly prayer meetings are vften
-lie who is faithful to duty will see
ier transform herself into the angel
If privilege for him.
The eclipsed hopnes of this life may
be the birth place of the ulndyinl- hopes
of the next.
CVharacter, not pretension. sav(!.
Prom ire must h:eCome Pertormane
The fatiher who is too lupsy to try
to save his clildren leed no: pray (d
to save theiti.
It is only Ihe h o' thait i: -ture thal
it ham found Christ that van -ad ohhert
'iho t-tn who hlirs wno talen
would probably steal tenl if thley wver<
e Onortitted to him1.
"'i's useleIss 't r1ay for Ot salva
onl of 11he heathlen if your uthiene i
iing your neighb1or.
hei prsetl cXCet.C tw\o. *\ ft x ot!
C.1 ine irs C ' cred in':
IC .. ICs t e;Ii beieet'w w l
it : is gt i-C a y)r.- h thio.U I w
ht n haue therei1 no~;L one
(litulI h it W hn " we 110 thrll
and11( have to) w.a it on oiurt huCsbandsit
r eiiter stand on the st reet or go il
CI store and~ standl around iui the wa1y,
e tie and worried~ thlat w'e wish
. dl!dnI't have to go to town.
.0 .If t here were a rest room1 1nd( !!w
a. fitted uip 111ke other' towns have tl
et ve coul leave oulr childrien far
n. hour and1( go do our shopp~ling in s<
o. peatic, having our' packages sent til
Ie and1( whenC" throu4.1gh shoping go ti
a and eat a luegeh and test un111til r
to go home. All morchantsi knvw
it crowds you on busy days to havy
standling arouind in the wvay when
are wi'ting, but what can we do
ti-I bolievo there are mnerchant.e
er wvouldc ho willing to give a cot.
a table and chairs and I helieve
-the farmeirs would he willung to
"- ay the expbenses of keeping upl al
no roomt for the eomnfort of their famn
A-vhecn in town. I wVouIld hike to
tenrm notn ' n the suil-Jet.
One of the mos
You will have t
it. The materi
the very best.
Call and let us
est priced line
found in the st
S. M. & E
WV. S. S. Advantce.
Ch11lestonl, Jily 2p.-Commwiiencin
August 1, the price of War Savings
Stallmps will advance to $l.1 9 an1d tho;m
who intend to puiein e W. S. S. during
llhave only a few days n' wlhih to
nmake their Burchases. y dehtn
until ext Ilonli the price will inl
c11eai(e 11(% cenII. Ile War ving
Conullli!ttve is especially anxious for
I hose who signed pledges to purchase
durinl1g .1 Ily to make their imrehuse: at
on1(ce if they~ have not alreadt y done. so.
1Th~e ''nited Staites govermIum ;ide
and ii is hioped that no one wxill f:'rget
SI o ur v,~ (1tlin(0 of(' i l( brary Parlor
MY~ STOMACHi" SAYS
S. CAROLINA MAN
011 II 1 l'ni i lt iferiilyt a d o
yr il(' 1 (1O it 1.\(' iS Ft E .E l
.ai!1 hag. y pernmuentlyibefmlicia
ii eNe utmira ros dysp psia he-i o
i'4 lei 5 iiie tatmediinai made di -
gest your !to0 .;1 ( 11(art ifi l ina of u'
o r sit onmV eh doing( it.11 120 T iei treat
its a me n i trn. he p sO but f~'or thet
r uni lbeinh- andro longl~ as1ou ak
a , h it Nervo dy esia and gasi (Y)i of
.,nros10110 1 or Ci '(lhinhb it ner e fori
R 1( )eteo rottli and ntti a1 lack o d 1a
h1 torit ji. ' on fhit tre mked ica
?1o n fatuny fesmdciesfre reparedfo
Sthe otlnent rheie ofe gis Drio the
aIr Whyl rec hen nervous dys pe~psiaer
O e thailt the(II dllIiest 'hlie ive b ilth
stloach arel oferated by nev foce
11l and )rco c1 11 ont s (If ra gOingred( - I
tOgoti acti.C Tis' ft;(eaes Orce
neI hth kormanenth relief ow n the1'
re ('ts~tomc andI.I"). ner ousdsean, where n
ordoiary dyspepsi mediine give bu t
rc mory reliaed aflthir a~ tm -
dy, 01 "Drec idtiil me l'otso ood andI'm
toing eto takt tored ofli ito," delarsY.
ust . BelacwllO the wele knownit eect
lsignaed stIcamndI'ct. .Food burnd i
myu stoach and 1'd have to1 vomlelr
athir ec 111iet 15 'eiciy to allmy
fr11CIens." l'fi y a t~;I1u
9 rc i ames, i a ay t
t popular designs of the day.
:o see this suit to appreciate
al is specially selected for its
e, cabinet work and finish
show you the finest and low
of bedroom furniture to be
. H. Wilkes & Co.
SPE CIA L PRICES
AT I. TERRY'S
Come early and buy before t.hese
goods are picked over. T hese
prices hold good just 'as long as
the goods last as they cannot be
bought for the prices quoted.
CHiLDRE3N'S GINGHAM DRESS.
Just the Thing for Early F all Sch:c1
Childrenr's Gi nghiang.dfresses, wert h $1 .25 at j;1.0D
Children's Giga~ me-rtr16 at .54I
Children's Ginghaim iDresses, worth '76e at .62
Children's Rompers, worth 35c at.......24
Childiren's Rompers, worth 65c a....- .48
Ladies' House Dresses......... .98
Ladies' House Dresses $ 1.10
Ladies' Bungalow A prons, 98c to..-- . $1.48
Ladies' $1.50 Silk Combination Suit s. $1 L29
Ladies' $1.25 Silk Combination Suits... $1.09
Ladies' $2.50 Silk Combination Suits __- $2.19
50 dozen pairs Ladies' Black silk Hose in
seconds -- _- -.- -... _.25
Ladies' Combination Suits in Sheer Long
Cloth and Nainsook, 'i4e and... .98
45-inch Embroidery Flounce, per yard..-.. .34
One Table of Dress Voile in stripes and
cheeks, 15 and 20c goods, all goirng at .12
COME EARLY AND BUY QUICKLY