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Mr. Wells E,. Clardy is spending this
week In St. Louis on business.
Mrs, 0. W. Leonard and children, of
Spartanburg, are spending a few days
with Mrs. W. W. Jones.
Mrs. Emma Roper is spending the
month of August with her sisters a nud'
other relatives in Greenwood.
Mr. T. '. Switzer has gone to the
northern markets to buy fall stocks
for the Switzer Company.
Mr. S. C. W\ood will leave in a f ,w
days for the northern markets to buy
fall goods for Clardy & Wilson.
MIlrs. .no. Teague and Nliss Inez
Hudgens will leave Saturday to visit
Mrs. William King, of Ande-rson).
Mr. J. W. A. Boyd, who Is now farm
Ing near (reenwood, was a vihor iII
the city Saturday.
MrJ. J.NI. Shell has received worid
that her Von, Jack, ha. landed :.afe2ly
.lF. Eannie Stonle and daughter.
Ccrr:(, ;s'ii 1 last w((k with relat ivcs
in Crom! P ill.
i Tr. . TIerry has as Ii !s p4et 0h0
wek his iephw, He: rber.t '.Txt.ry, uf
Rockighiam, N. C.
.\Kr. E. P. NIluter' left yeteday for
the n'hern marke ; to uy oIs fr
the fall tr:'I(*,.
.\ir. T. J. .\lcAlit will I arc in a
few days tor New York and other
citie-s to buy goods for the Davis
NIis. .1. P. Simpson and Nirses ll,
abeth and Virgilia SImpron have gne
to Portcr Springs, Ga.. to spend the
reiaider c the summe11Cr.
.\r. and \Irs. E. C. Asblcl and ilttle.
A litsi NIargaret, from Anderson, spent
the week-end with the lisses Peter
son, on South Harper Street.
Misses Mary and LIzzie Edwards
have returnied to the city after spend
ing several weeks In Nontreat and
Asheville, N. C.
.\isses Nlinnle and Corrie Lce
iavird, of Newberry, have been visit
ing Mrs. .[no. 'reaguie on South lar
Mr. Claude Shell, who enlisted sev
eval weeks ago in the navy. is now
stationed at Newport Naval TraIning
Station, Newport, TI. 1.
NIrs. Emma Cash, of Spartanutirg.
spent several days the past week with
relatives and friends at Cross HI ill
and in this (ity.
1messr. P. MI. lellams and 11. W.
Martin, of Gray Court, were in the
city attending to business affairs Nlon
Miss Garae Garrett, of Greenlwoo'
Si!OWXS OF MEltIT.
. THI1'lPl.AY. At (i. th
arsl I OF (!''. 1NtCE"'
ymON .i'y M9thN
A wvinse( v.ining~ii' pit ture '
* unexp2(liod Woioiti~ i' a (i.
piidJode No'. l'l
't art 0f tii. r ial haid morel'
pra.i; I' -r I it th ain y r'jil ' \
er shown i in 1,aurenus.
* ~h~llN l) -also
A lieking Ke,-s no Comedy
A twvo-reel Wei' erni ilramua
MiOND)AY A I)T 'I'I
AUG. 12t A.' 3thi.
- "ITIiE iHA I I Ill IC HEASTI
TPhe picture that has created a
sensation over the cnt ire United
States. , If you fail to) see this
big super-fealture', yotur r'egret
will last forever.
Shows Start nt. 1 :30 P. Mr.
25c and 50e
W IGDN!CSDA Y, AUG. [4th
SA real bargauin dlay. Last epi
"'iTl E .l.OSTi E'.XPJ'tESS"
andi flust epi.;ode of.
Also four ot her reel a.
~Withu Viola Dana. 'A -five-act,
*dramna of Iomanl(ce and tho
- great fbottthwer~t.
LIP HIMPRlOGRtA.\ 'OUT
FO YOUR GlUIDl'E
'Ith her grandmother, M.. W. 11. I
.Sheriff S. 2. Red left Monday morn- ,
ig for the Isle of Palms near Char-I.
ston where he went to attend the
nual mecting of the sheriffs of the,
Montrose 11111, of Greenville, who is .
onnected with the Caniperdown and;
;norce Mills, spent MOnday and Ties
ay il, the city siippiig out cotton
mom- the local warehouses.
Mrs. A. K. Weldon, of -Bishopville, is ,
Xpected in the city tomorrow froim
lenn Springs to be with her sister, h
Irs. Harold C. Siith for a week while h
Ir-. Smith is in New York on I'usiness. I
M.\rs. W. D. Franks, in comiplany with
lr 1trents and slst at Cray Cort. o
vent to Greenville Tuesday to spend I
lie day with Corporal Charles H1. Car
-ison, at Caniig Sevier. 1
Messrs. Kennedy and Carter, of a
matws Mills, and Messrs. uI. Terry and
AV. P. Thomason left yesterday for r
ircenville to atten( the state meeting d
if the Junior Order of Mechanics.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Owings let \lon- (
lay for (farleston and the Isle of
walms where they will remain for
mme:Itc time1c1, their son, Ioy K. Owings,
tIt the naval taton eiar Char- I
1 ienry M. Franks, the IF-year-old
a of .Mr. nr d M.s. \\. I). Pranks,
(!ft Sunaily for t lie on aa traintg st a- t
lion at -arleaton where he will eater I
training for servieC on the waters.1I
.:i-er Franks volunteetCd for . eVice:
everal weeks ago alid has ben at:
home ever since awaiting the call.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fuller and two
children, Edwin and Lois, and Mrs. .1.
1. Ellis left Thursday for Columbia
wiere they visited Mr. and Mrs. Car
Iisle Sm ith tintil Monday. wheii they 1
went to 'Monticello to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Tillman Burley. They are ex
pected home' tonight.
.\Ir. 0. 1). Riddle. who is now adver
ti.ling manager of the Atlanta Journal,
is .!ending a few days in the city
with his mother and slaters. Mr. 1110
(ie is rapidly forging ahead in the
newspalicr Lusiicss and is now among
the leaders of the newspaper adver
tising men of tile south.
Laurens Chanter of A. R. C. has re
ceived an allotment for this month of
120 cotton pads an(i 2,100 gauze wipes
and is sending out S. 0. S. call for
'I'Te Surg!cal Dressing work room in
the ariory, will he open every morn
ing aid afternoon from 9 to 12 and
5 to 7. The following will act as
chairmen for the month:
.\londay----iornling, liss El izabeth
R ichey; afternoon, Mrs. Eugene lid
TIusd- .\l ornin g, .\irs. Albert Dial;
a trnoon. .\lrs. \V. I. r
\'.-danday iornry, .\rs. It. 'M.
Wolff; fteoon, .l;% Sadie Fulli vai.
Thurn~a---\lonin, Mrs. N. B. Dial;
aMrroo , .:. W. It. Rtichey, .11r.
Friday--.\lornin , li. Nathan lRb-h
a rth'on; atfternioon, .d is. L. GI. Italle.
Satur day --ornIng, M\iss Amelia
Dr) 'i amd; af: cinoon , .\ rs. ioht.
-: i -helber'tgeri.
* 'wc . , i .nn fj ni\ h i
. 1 1 diin wa la ule inbyth
- obu the .fe t ffe: t ofi t. nt
-1aWIu drovcute m'sindofltem ing i
'e-md lime.114 Ater a wteek of noch1st
li-seete cro wd eame home hook
n-a foriward to another titne wvhen they
can stay longer.
Mneh'l interest was felt here at thle
annou11:tnncnt of the forthieominig mar
rii g of M iss Mthei SIm pson, (laugh
te'r of .r and Mrs. !J. W,. Simpson
'ormeirly of Spiartanhnig, but now oh
C'olumbhia, and Capt. Edwin C. 1,ueas
formnarly of thist city but now sta.
-1(oned( at Camp Jackson. Miss Simp1)
30on is related to the Simpsons of t hi
"'ity andl has visited here on severa
(ucensions. The ceon'lfy Is to hE
-ideformedI at the home of Mr. and Mirs
Simpson in Columbia, August 2 ith.
('ar-load of-K~tehen Safes just In.
H. M. & E. Hi. WiiKEX & t'EO
No Worms in a Heoatthy Child
All children troubled with worms have en uin
healhy color, whieh indieates Door blood, and as
r'jle, thero is more or less stomach disturbanc4
(IROVE'8 TASTELESS chili TONIC given reguilarl
fo w rthree weeks will enrich tico blood, irn
MrRS. - OlA R1)TlODD. *
'Whereas, God In 11Is Providenec ha:s
'moved from enr midst by death our
loved rister; Mrr.. Dora Todd; thcre
1'solved 1. Thalt we bow in humbe
hmblllrniol to Go! who perillits what
ever come. to pasa, that we pray*
1r grace to resign Curnelves to this
Resolved ir. Trt w will cheriI h
,r memory and endeavor to profit by
mr good decds and service to our
mmniity and church.
Resolved Ill. That in the death of
ur sister, our missionary society has
)st one of its most faithful I(embers.
Resolved IV. That a page in tie
ooh ot rinutes' of this society be in
3ribed to hier inemory.
Resolved V. That a copy of tlhes
osolutions be sent the family ci oir
OPENED 1MOND.Y .
(ConItirc2 froim Pae U ne.)
he tkvfo "p i tY, In Wiher vord. , ilu
ote kill. a etC 'i"1r. It has exactly
he samo efi( f.c t (n the nmeilrIIC of vokes
solied. ile lo.;h uwp the itise s
mi said that Vt was; aone-up against1
1i1.Gel 'Isad otherrerena
ivex Canme toi War1ulhin;;boa to -(e i.hWi
touit it and h. had wired Col mmis
ioncr Gant asking hin to hold u1:11
he warran t uii an in vetigat'.on
oull(d he Imad. ic riil li had donel
or G(ilfuSS 110 mo1e thanll le would (10
or anybody else, declariig that Gell
russ is as patriotic as hiniiself or eiiher
Af bin opponents. Ile taid of how he
had gone to the assistance of a "cot
on mi lboy" Who had Jgone to Wash
ington and got drunik and in trouble,
and how he had gotten him out as his
friend. lie admitted that lie had vot
ed against a minimiu wage law and
defended I his action by saying that it
applied only to government employ
ecs In Washington. lIe admlitted Ie
lfhd voted against the child iabor law
and defended his action on the ground
that tMe labor of many children nde
sixteen weVnre needed b.y poor* peOip.e fo
support especially in the albsene of
older children in the armily and Ilkso
onl the ground that the law w(uld htvt
made loafers out of childrcii1a l:etie
11 and 10 years of age. Ilk i isn
on t his, Ie said, had l'e'I uph h Id h.
tle Su inPP('iite "our11t, whih h: ! -
clared the act unconst it uti onal. li
said he had voled on all tle really um
portant measures. ]to cvriticised i ; s
opponents for not. goin., to war ai
s:id he Vouihi b wi la to in i;.I
each .-mlt put u11 ) a bond of
e to \ '11 1( :' :
'itd St t" I.; army o r ori'it hii
.....o to Ihe id fi a:
ponen with ben l a'.';randwb
bintg representl IatIiven ot cIloporte n
ere'st s. lIIe sa lid tiat .Nicl sha A 10
.mcd S3 roll (alls whiebl w'1: a I':T! -
t y ugly reco(rd whlen comparedtiC~ withI
that of Congressman Johnil n viShi h t tad
served thIs distilt for- 16 years andI
had only issedC~ one roll (call. lie said
Niehoils was absent when the voa-I
was taken oni thle eghtt--hour tday hillI:
tlat lie voted at;ainst thei inimutin
wage '.eatlr foi goverinmen. -It a-mpliioyee-l,
unider- which mill employees wor-klng1
'in government contract s wouIld no v
lie getI tig a ninhi-mmuia wage of $3.1
t (lay; that he was paired on Ithe
workm,~ -. a 'ompensaCtiton act; that ho
vtedC~ against Prtesident WVlson oii the
c-hildI labor- bIll. HeT charged that Con
gi-oss hadermOitted 1( condllittns unadera
which the D~uPonts had cot-nered the
linters markets jd ta4.6 ceijs; and
while lie said ho wvould not' prtomisea
that he would have the pr-Ice of cot
ton fix'ed at 35 cenfts. lie wontid bie
found fighting against the fixing of a
l ow prico for cotton. le said thai
Cotton growers are now poing r-obbTed
a f tra1 'I t4 eitaindhiVOrY n)Ounid
Solid Car Load J
Making Three Cars of the Fa
We Contracted for This Car
Us to Offer Them a
o - 2-in. Posts, 1-ir
.-inch f osts, White 2andPss,1j
and White and Oxid
Oxidized Copper Finish per Fini
.There Is Style and Finish4
With Any BedpJko
Are Light in Weight, Yet Strog'
and Latest i
Call and See Ou
S. M.- & E. H
h- pricv, but1 they'll kn ":. th ...'...
i I t ile Geil e ase h(-eC la
ait .W holls]. instead of, wiring o -
aited Sjmt s omL'ssionev.- to ]oi
p he warralt, lould have -aid.i
I! -hilln to l it f re'e". Geilfuss
Sa id, was hiding behind the Aler
n - - t Nji h
ii ,* i" :st" at-, 1 !! d
- h.>1 00 !!e; .ff r
- tha : : i i ut ha.c tha
- : ii ;el ! l ~ in andd th
-. (-wvT..: anu.t:
n.. to wvar1 an h w .ll m en (1 ,
ni' ~ d 1: tha t ld hie he defeated OUC .
v rac he wouat d mao' the propbosi-- ~ LJJ)I(
h Nhh hah 1ll o I volunteCr andii go Zmai
Ii' 1 o'n" vi de~~ the niecesary
m~aintenance for his faitly. If i'leet- j ihrn
edh he piromilsedh to work for all the m
t.(f(. For Spartanhur lii g.
da orig o t:niga Hamp
Tadylor, .tohn W. .\Mcarley, Jr., Ralphote i
0. Ulrank, 8. .\. Sim pson and M.\flofnn
I .e ~ Celi~n. strrin
'I ..er that
mous Simmso Beds We
Months Ago, En-abling
t the Old Price
. Fil!CIs 8in. PoSts, 1 1-4 Fil1ers
zed Cop- White and Old Ivory
cm Furniture --
d Durabis, Beautifully F inished
e Big Display
N ~WAR SAVING38TAMPS
U 1SSUED DY THL
g UNITED STATES
ma> of /:::2
have y v ev-r h:eard a great vi.:niet )lay ii ? Hav
heard the pure and cthecreal ton:' .f a maIdter' vio'lin
to this firo and affecting melody?
suiggect that you stop in here an have us~ play Efre m
t's new Vicr Recordl of "l.hsa's in do Cold. Cold
"Youil wan'. it in your ho:rvr at an excample of the I
loveliness that a great. .rtisi, catn draw from the
Vieu Re SeaI Rtc J1 6't38. Ten!:1, :1.03
'Great!" is the word
r this patriotic record
iald Werrenrath has an admirable song iid "Flag of
trt." It's a patriotic song to be proud or. On the
le of the record this gifted singer proves his mastery
ired art by a beautiful recitation of Wilbur D. Neobit's
poem, "Your Flag and My Flag."
Victor Doubte-faced Record 45124. Ten-inch . 1.00
ne in and get a complete illustrated~ list of the superb
Victor Records for August
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