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* Local and Personal Mentlon., *
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Mr. M. L. Roper is out again after a
severe siege of sicknes.
Mr. A. C. Crvings, of Gray Court, was
a visitor in the city Monday.
Private F. Ii. Caine, of Camp Jack
son, spent Sunday in the city with
-Private Grady Wasson,' of 'Camp
Jackson, spent the week-end in the
city with his pnaroijtp.
Mro. W. H1. WhitIey, of Al.beriarle,
N. C., is visiting her parenlts, Ifr. and
Afrs. Jos. H. Sullivan.
M't. J. W. A. 'Boyd, who is how liv
ing in Greenwood, spent the week-end
in the city with relatives.
Mrs. A. Y. Thompson and daughter,
Mrs. 'Mack Bryson, of Ora, were vis
itors in the city Thursday.
Miss larriett Agnew, of Due West,
spent the week-end in the city with
her sister, Miss Virginia Agnd.v.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1R. Moseley and chil
dren, who are now living in Spartan
burg, spent Sunday In the city with
Mr. and Mrs. C. ). MOselcy.
Lieut. P. 1). Huff spent Monday hi
the city on his way to Camp Jackson
from Camp Taylor, where he has been
located for several months. .
'Mr. Ilenry Franks, of the naval
trainiig. school at IChlarleston, spent
the wek jvith his parents, Mr. and
-M rsks,~u gU~ranks, on South IHarper
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold C. Smith and their little son
ilarold, Jr., iwll be delighted to learn
that the title boy is much better after
a few days of critical ilness.
.Mr. and Mrs. F. P. -McGowan had as
their guest for the weel-end Mrs. Dr.
Clarke, of Volumbia. Mrs. Clarke I.
a tutor of French in the University of
South Carolina and a Woman of rar3
enture and education. Her husband
is an ofileer in the medical corps at
* PAULINE TUMIILIN.
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God in his wisdom has seen fit to
call heme: from our midst a very dear
Triend. Pauline Tumblin, and we miss
her arily. l'aul ine wa.;s a conscienti
ens girl and possessed a lovable
Chri1sti'in churacter. Ehe was ever
faithful to her friend. her loved
ones, her church and all its ser'.1ces,
r.nd her God.
She leaves a host of friend: to
mourn her (eparture, but we are com
forted by the knowledge that our loss
is Pauline's etern-ul gain.
We extend our deepest symemihy to
her loved ones in theIr bereavement,
and commend thei to God's comfort
Gold 'ban(d Culps and Saucers ( and
Plate:; for. $2.25.
S. M. & :. Ii. WiI':Im & CO).
BANK Y"OOR N
ANW LUFT TH
LET QOUR BANK
The best rcason for bf
will pile up faster in the ba
ey you may Jose it; fire
'stranger with something tc
yo.ur own extravagace; E
make a hole~ in it .
In our bank it is safe
at your service.
Make OUR bank '3
We add 4 per cent. int
N. B. DIAL President
* RED CROSS NOTES. *
0 e . a ee S *.P 0 0 0 0 S e S
Allotment for. Juniors.
All Junior Auxiliaries are request
ed to send in for work at once. An
allotmon-t of refugee garments, )etti
coats and chemises for girls, has been
received and must be ready for ship
ment within thirty days.
The Fund for Hospital Linen.
When the government a few weeks
ago asked, through the Red Cross for
contributions for hospital line, the re
s)nsc was very fine throughout the
city and county. Contributions by
Branches and Auxiliaries were as fol
(rty Court Branch........$ 62.50
Warrior Creek Auxiliary .. 7.50
I Mddles Old Field Auxiliary 10.00
albun Auxiliary ........ 21.70
"1arklsdale Anxiliary ...... 10.00
Dials Auxiliary .......... 25.00
jMount Pleasant (colored) .... 8.00
Parksdale (raiscd by Mrs. Acey
Todd) ........ ....3.50
Friendship Auxiliary ' (Owings)
Bath towels ............ ..12
Iland towels ..............19
Shcets ............ ..8..
flandkerchiefs . ... .60
Bethany Auxiliary (Owings)
Naplins .. .. ............36
-Bath towels ............ ..36
Hand towels ..............12
Sheets .. ....... .7
Durbin Auxiliary (Owings)
I Hindkerchiefs ............60
Bath towels ............ ..36
Mand towels ..............10
Mt. Carmel Auxiliary (colored)
(Owings) .. .. .. .. .. ..$ 15.00
Lafcrd Auxiliary ........63.50
N-w Prospect Auxiliary .. .. . 15.25
Flat Roof (colored church) . 12.15
Sandy Springs ............ 5.50
Trinity-Bldge .. ............14.60
Langston Auxiliary ..3......:2.00
Cross Hill Branch.......... 55.25
MIt. Olive Auxiliary ....9......00
Ora Auxiliary ............ 12.50
New Grove (colored church) .. 5.25
Dunbir Auxiliary (colored, au
rens1.) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 5 5. 05
.linior Red1 Cross.. .....,100.00
.!'urens .. ..between $700 and $S00
After the linen Ovas bought and sent
to headquarters, the sum of $675.08
was )luccd to the credit of the 1tcd
.unior Auxiliaries from the follow
Ing schcols contriluted to the fund:
L.aurens Central, Watts Mill, Crosa
Iill, IWarrior Creek, 'Prospect. Eden,
Copieland, Fleming, Woodrow Wilson,
E1kom, -Waterloo and Ora.
1. our lIne of Decorated China
Plates at $"1.00 per set. ( Cup and
Saucers to atch at $1 .25 per set.
S.l& 10. i . W am & CO.
BE YOUR BANK
Lnking your mor~ey is that it
.nk. If you keep your mon
>r burglars, or some slick
sell that you don't need;
:oodness k~nows what, will
tnd will soon be a large sum
C. HI. ROPER, Cnashier
*e e g..o e e od .* e ..oe
* JONES NEWS. *
' Jones, Nov. O.--Borrn to 'Mr. and
Mrs. John 'Brown, on 2nd inst., a
We were very sorry to hear of the
death of Mr. Thos. Evans, of -Pczer.
He formerly lived here and was held
in the highest estecm -by all of our
people. We tenderly sympathize kwith
the bbr'caved family.
The recent frecet destroyed nearly
all of the cori In the bottoms.
Mr. ilanck, of Anderson, and Messrs.
WV. C. and 'Marvin .Manley, of Ware
Shoals, recently paid us a pleasant
We recently met our good friend,
Mr. l'd Elrao'rc, of Waterloo, who lost
his foot from an accident two years
ago. lie wears an artificial foot and
apparently walks as well as -he (id 'e
fore meeting with the accident.
Mliss Agnes Nlarthn, daughter of Mr.
and mrs. Joshua Martin, is teaching
at. Pleasant. lae, lEdgefleid county.
The epidemic of Influenza is sub
sIding and we tirust It may soon end.
Ir. G. B. Riley is in 'an Augusta
hospital and his many friends hope
he may soon return in greatly im
iWe are profoundly' grateful to all of
our friends, white and colored, for re
cent kind favors.
We recently met our nephew. Mr.
PIreston Willhzms, of .kom, and the
following friends, F. L. Morrison, rLau
rens Y'Ilt ig Godfrey, Donalds; Jas.
MjIller, Water!oo, and Allen Sullivan,
The (leath of Solicitor Wade Hiamp
ton Cobb, of Columbia, was a great
shock to his friends throughout the
state. We never met a more honora
ble gentleman and we sympathize
tenderly with his sorely bereaved fam
'Irs. M~r. W. T. Jones, accompanied
by her daughter, Air. (. L. Graham.
were in Greenwood Vednesday, shop
Our heart-felt sympathy goes out
to the family of Mr. Jas. Redden who
I recen ttly succumbed to pieutmon ia.
Our t' shool wilI open .onday with
Mirs. G. L. Graham as teacher and we
ecrdially invite all of our friends to
mmeld In their children.
What rejoicling all over the world
when the welcome news cam" over
the wires that Germany had accepted
the terms of tihe Allies and that the
vorld I hatd come to a close. It Is
im possiIble to sulliciently express outr
galitude to our Heavenly Father for
51uch ) an I nestimb blesiAng.
Gray Court gluiesiis Man Severely
Gray Court, Nov. 1).---John . Ow
ings, prominlent business man of this
place, was very seriously burned
here early tonight when a gasoline
tank in a building near his residence
The tank was part of an illumina
tion system. M\r. Owings; went to the
building iwith a lantern, and It is sup
posed that the gasoline caught tIre
fromn the flame while he was inspect
ing it. Th'le buildi11ng whvichel housed the
tank was;bi mrued. Mir. Owings suffer
ed( !-eriouts b)urn ablouit the face andl
Miss Plnine ' TumbliIn.
W\att .\ MIII, INov. II1.-On Friday
morning, November Stht, M\iss Il'anuline
TIumbil in. thle lI7-year-old dlaughte r, of
.1.and .\lrs. llen ry iiTumli n, died( at
her home, here of pneumonia, which
followed in fluenza. She w'as la id to
rt in he cemtteter'y at this lace onf
Sauda fternttoon. Rev. J1. A. 1ltroc(k
('ondutted thbe futneralI ser'vice.
.\liss Paulinea will lbe greatly missedi
by)3 her ma'ny friends here. 'Thle foin
ily -have thie sym pathly of their friends
hiete and elsewhere.
Tf yotir ('hildren are subjhect to
cr01up, or If you have reason to fear'
t heIr beitng at tacked by Ithat disease,
youl should procure a bottle of Cha m
berlain's ('oughi itemed'(y andt study13
of an attack yout will kniow exactly
oriite and1( very'3 Suic'cssful remedy fotr
(1111up. andil it is impotIanitt. tha you
)hb;ervue th itlirelctis citreful ly.
ne ur' lIne of TBowls and P'itcerts,
white (or dlecoratedl.
S. .\. & l'. Ii. WILTKEFS & CO.
('haombnlsinlup ('otghli iemedy.
('0ligh tmed i('inos failIed to give you1 r1
lief that it will he the sami' with
ill ill that8 fr'oim a small begiiintg
is rmedey has j':inr'(l a wVorbl wiide
I' ltlS t'. n U!'l li'itiScus satl. A tmrd
'ui e.,t ('em wherev'er It baeomes
CH ICH ETER S PILLS
Till DAMO4ND nnfAND).
) i , .ql ymnha? ris.or lAX
MIo1 B Y DRUC'!STW ~'!RY'IFRE
Solid Car Load
CHINA AND CROCKERY
Sold Separate or in Sets
White Cups and Saucers (2 shapes) $1.00 set
Decorated Cups and Saucers (3 decora
tions) . . . . . $1.25 set
White Plates, 70c, 80c to . . $1.00 set
Decorated Plates, 80c, $1.00 to . $1.25 set
Bowls and Pitchers, Chamber Sets and
Dishes of Every Kind.
S. M.& E.H. WILKES& CO.
D. W . Griffith Cast Includes
Presents LILLIAN GISH
The GEORGE FAWCETT
Gr eat Love GEORGE SIEGMAN
A story of the re-genera- MAXFIELD STANLEY
tion of women by war.
With practically the same cast as ROSEMARY THEBY
"The Birth of a Nation" and GLORIA HOPE
"Heartsof the World"
They're all fighting the war---the man who shoulders the
gun and the woman who is transfigured by the great love,
the love that places country above all else. :
Thursday, This Week
Children 15c - Adults 30c
SHOWS START AT
1:30P .M., 3:30 P.M., 5:30 P.M., 7:30 P. M., 9:30 P. M.