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* ItABUN NEWS. *
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iNvbun. Nov. I I.-The little 1-1
w ami;-old daulgheter of Mr. and Mrs.
llenry Malon passed away Wednesday
night after a few days' sickness of
ohetera infantui. The little body was
la:ii to rest in the R1abun cemetery
Tihere is only a vew cases of flu in
.!r. a'l \Ir1.. Bolton Owen,. of Cray
Court, spent Tuesday with Mrs. T. 1.
.\f Lrs. .tdui( Abercrombie, Culver
i and Devault League left for
( , Wtadsworth iTuesday.
: ehee Ccvaens 'I;p''nt WN'e(d
n .; ; with .lr.. lill .\ 1hon, of
.\! A'i Iectilon.
'!.C",itd \\'ass.,on and CiIroIn,
of ! ':-iu slip. '.visitcd 'Mrs. Rebecca
.:-. L die Rahl.winl !1nd childrenI,
\'atins of li ikory Tavern.\lrs.
.r . \l ariini a dll( Miss Allie Babb
v L!I .\ Ir.-. lar! ey Abercrombie
Mr. Sew :i rt Malon and Children
vir itMi r Dor1 Babb, of Edenxi see
' PU. Iob'a O(we'ns spent the last
of w:kit .\lrs. Claude Wasson,
F: n: iight1 v-1ith Mr. Smith11 .1. M1art in.
T. O.llat, Al~s \le Bahh.
T. 11. Pahban chblron visitedI
.\ir. :M .%4. Velton Owens, of Gray
.\ r.'.\lelvina Abercronbie visited
.r. 1.,onard Ahervrombie of m'lling
'oals several days last week.
i-. Tim Sumerel and family and
h C'ora Leagi e mailde 1 flying trip
to Cmp Wadsworth 8,iday.
SOlI STOM ACH
3 -nPuik thev stolmah iN Fine
,lmltpe in Five Minutes.
It your s omach is continually kick
inv to a dist uri'banee: you feel bloated
and dat ressed; if yout hlch gas and
sol" fod into the mouth, Ihen you
niert .li-o-n a Stomneh Tablets.
.i i li : )omach tablet: give instant
reli'f. (' (eilse, but1 they do more:
thp' dive oti the ptoionous gases
thra t c~'it' frm nct :1 !~ of footl and
theoshy lea, enovate and(
ate lln 1e11 Po wnh 'o that it enn
e !' digest d1 without artifieial
\l 'i-a-n ' :: l::a th hi ble : :are g uarian
to I e -1 :' I hlion. glite orl
cliron. or iow y back. This means
ihn:neroue~ n. izziness, and hil1
'::snes will disaplnar. Druggist; ev
. r and L-aurt en s Dru (Co. sells
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IN BOTH HOUSES
Atepiblican m3Njority Seems Sure tW
Conte. Very Close in Senate.
Wa'al'tigton, Nov. 8.-A Republican
majority in the next congress of at
lot 4t two in the .sonate end of !:iot
less than 43 in the house was assured
Irom returns today from the scalter
Ing doubtful districts of last Tuesday's
-lcetions. Word from Detroit of clec
icn in lMichigan, upon almost coil
'lote unofficial returns, of Truman H1.
Newberry, Republican candidate for
the senate, over Henry Ford, Demo
.rat, increased the lPepublil.mn senate
oil to 19, a bare majority. The Demo
*1 havo -11 with the Idaho contest
fet weep Aew.".tor 'Nugent, Democrat,
and Forme1'r Governor Gooding still in
!oubt on the face of almost complete
1! e'lieial returns.- Nugent hIs a ma
jarity of nearly 500, but Gtooding has
lelmanded an oflcial count Vhieh will
e tilae November 15.
Ietiurns from tho last. missing house
di:stricts, tihe Second AMontana, where
a lepublican was elected to the seat
..nw held by Representative Jean
'elile lIankiln, ui nsuccessfulI Inidepend
cauitlirlate for the senate, were re
On hi face or nowv complee 1nof
;'al returns the political lie up of
"o noxt h 110 ote i; as follows: Repu b
.... emrAt.; 1.1i, Lidepend
,': I, Socialist 1.
Pn'csi-ve of hioldiig not less than .19
il.; Ill thi teat regardless of the
outcome of the Idaho contest, place
tii4 In ; liblicall in a positioll to take
control of tile senate from the Demo
erais and reorgginize it. Witi -19 votes
liecessary to control, however, lepub
INaii leaders realize that organilzation
will depnd upon inibrokeln partisan
a1lignl.1monI. They recall i that, even he
fore the Dlemocrats Went into control
of the senate with Presideit. Wilson's
iiguilration in 1913, they had a ma
jority of the senate but were unable
because of Republican factIonal defec
tion, to elect Former Senator Gallinger
presildent pro tellpolre.
\'hel tlie new senatc convenes on
M, 101t next, however, sucll diflicul -
t i. ]rlot expectel.
~eibli:-an colltrol both of the sen
-Id lnd bouse and 11h11rImony of actiol
het weln Ihe .Ieulicians (if both
bodies are expeeted to ha ve muhell ef
feet on legislative policies.
I.!e th- reorganiza titon of the house.
ll':mliblican (rilanizat ion of the senate
lrne'm!1y aff.'ct chair':'nnlhip and
1a j ority contr1ol of comit tees hi
sir obilat in. Seniority of service
is th1e a1m1ost nIlibrolkeil precedelt Ill
lh renste as in the hlolse, of electing
\Vi the Republican:; intact their
najo r!y to ornan:ize th senate Senia
tir led- e of .asachusetts under tlhe
en1ioity rlle would succeed Fweiator
litit1cok of Nebra::lka as liad of the
fo reigl relatiolls comlimill . All1hough 0
the 1:lief lere n1ow is that i l1:,ear
!r..ty will b1e ratilied before Deio
Cira t le coin t ro:l endsi, 1111 hiscommi; I Ce
vIl have manyiU impilortanit n'.'0-theC
IlI (badingie p)ower1ful sena11'te inanlce
(o:nitt e, wlIih its jui'diction11 over
bond aind ta'x legislat ion would ha~
S:naitor lPouro(se oif Penne::lvanlia in
tilace of Senator S;11imons of North
S naor \'arnt; oif \'Vroing'.~ i ex
petdto head the appropriatins COmi
\'IrgInia:, now D emioc rat ic leader, is
- ha irnonti. .\r. Warren is seor1 mem11
"0mminitt ee, h111 is(X expecteid Ito prefer
'The mut tary a ffa irs~ 'oinittee(1 of
v oih senatior ('haiiberlaini of Ore
onI. u'hiirmanit is expec'(t(d to go to
ientr \\'mdswoithi of Ne(w Yorkl,
c. hi: p'n after Senator' \arren to
bel by: S iutor S.'ans1on1 of V'irginla,
is re4::-arded in1 doubt. jtaankig liepubi
\ih 1natora Penulro'' and I Mdge
1b1.11 ill'or'age is ne(xt in linie
:o H. - b: : lan. hib t is (xpleetedl
h- (1 I take thle naval5 aiffa'irs.
- i irImsipt a> orst upjon
ade11 by rank11ingS
SenI~t r Nelso of .\ini
ior on tot ih. If the sI(hul
1: laitr of' ( which lie was
(h nill, Hena110r Dilling'
1,once headed( I he i.i
*.itee, would lie in hle
is boily and If Senlator
boulid prefeir his ol eon:
or iraindegee of Coinnecti
n'\ t tor' the juitilary lead1
rhi) oirment by Seniator Nelson
. (,0111 mm to te nnvbl
CROSS HILL NEWS. *
<Cross 11111, Nov. 11.-'Mr. John
Wells received a inessage from France
some time ago that his son, Thomas;
Wells had been seriously wounded in
the big drive around Valenciennes.
Since that time he has received a let
ter stating that the wound, which was
received October Sth, was not so sel
otis and that Toin Is doing nvell. Thel
letter 'was written October 18, at
which time Private Wells was in the
General Hospital, having gone there
on the 10th. This was great relIef to
his parents -and friends here as the
first message had produced much anx
lety concerning his conditIon.
ir. Manheiim. wife and daughter, of
Mtarion, S. C., moved to Cross 1ill
last week and are now domiciled In
one of the Madden dwellings in the
southern part of town. Mr. 3Manheim
Is the father of Mrs. Lewis Hannah,
of this place. As lie Is in somewhat
feeble health It was thought the
change might prove l:enefletal. To
these new citizens the town extends,
a warm welcome with the wIsh that
the father may regain his former good
'Lleut Henry G. Culbertson of th'
Tramport Quartermaster Department,
Is at hoie on seven lays' furlough,
after some excIting experiences wi:thi
a mibmarine on the Atlantic. He will
retturn to lBaltimore this week.
Private Denton Mlathews, of Camn
evrir, also spent the week-end with
homefolks, as did Private WylIe Ilen
drix, of Camp Jackson.
The four rural schools, Longview,
Pinie bluff, Wnde and Pine Grove,
which have been without teachers,
have all secured teachers and will b)
gin exercises at once. Tho Cross Hill
,whool resumed work Thursday, after
ilve weeks suspension under State
All Influenza cases are now well and
no more new cases have been report
cd in romev !le. 1! Ij- believed anld,
hoped that the siege is over here.
Among the whites there have been no
deaths aid but few sdi'lous cases. But
quite a number of negroes have died.
The aptist and Methodist Sunday
sc-hools observed last Saturday as Or
plhanage work day , hringling in good
collections Sunday morning for I 'ir
respective orphanages. he Pres)y
terians will observe next Saturday.
oLD L.WEN REsmDENTr NE.R
"I had not :1.teln food for' 10 days
andl wa slowly starving to (d'i.
(iven up by five doctoi3, I tried a bot
tle of Mayr'; Wo derful Rmedy.
v1:'.h gave relief a1t ole(.,-1 am 7
ye'ars old and would ha136 died bitt
for your' wonlderfril ,14e'dicine, The
jaundice is nil gop I/ and I amt gain
in appetit 4 and i-fengthIi every day."
It is a simple, harmless prepa:ation
that isomov the cnIarrhal 1u-o i s
froil th" intesti!nal r:ulv and ay the
in flammltuat Ion whiiih causes pract ic:lly I
all stomach. liver and initestina lail
do-v will con1vinect or mnyre-funded.
Laurens I Drug Co.
W '- e Cup1 an.d Saucers., best tinal
ity at $1.00 per set.
S. N1. & 1E. II. WVITIm"S & CO.
FANAL SETTLEIENT. .
Take notice that-on the 6th day of I
D3cembCr, 1918, 'I will render a final d
recount of our acts and doings as Ad
nainistrators of the cstate of Emmiia C.
fohinson deceased, in the ofilce o' the
Judge of Probate of Laurens county,
it i 1 o'lock, n. Im., and oil the s;ale
lay will apply for a finil discharge
rrom our trust as Administrators.
Any person Indebted to said estate '
is notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
Is Your Bloo
if it is, Yo
Anacmic, run-down, erv(
result fro:, pocr or thin
formu_. cf Vinol, inte
that it cntainz th vcr)
good.A blood. It sc
tito, i-nprove dige tion,
benefit from your dily.f<
Drowaville, N. H.
"Miy daughter was anaevle had
poor blood and suffered from indiges
tion and bilious attacks. As V'inol
helped my son, I gavo It to my
daughter - she soon Improved in
health, and it has built her up and re
vtored her health."-Mrs.N.Burnell.
Wor all run-down, norvons, nnnemilo Cl
fooblo old peoplo and delicato chii
'T'lle lTNS 1iO CO. and rnIgg i
ving claims against sid estate will
retient them on or before said date,
uly proven or be forever barred.
110.119 TRUST COMPANY,
:ov. 6, 191,-moi.-A.
he Quinino That Does Not Affect the Read
ecat.qs, of its tonie and la:xative effect. LAXA.
'l VI JROMO QUIN1NI la better than ordinary
luinine and does not cause nervousness nor
Inning in head. Remember the full name and
)ok for the signature of U. W. GROVE. 30c,
II Need Vinot
)US, devitalized conditions
blood. A glance at the
1 on the label, will show
ingredients necessary to
n crcatcs a healthy appe
p;;d' hclps you to get full
od, and builds you up.
"I have used Vinol for Impover
ished blood. I was broken out with
a rash and run down so It was hard
for me to keep about my work.
Other medicines did no good, but Vinol
enriched my blood and improved my
condition very rapidly."-Rose Lasky.
Idtilone, wonic womon, overworkod mens
dron, there Is no romedy lke Vinol.
Mnter Co.'s Depart ment Store
There never was as rmuch fcr the world to be thankful for, as
Thanksgiving 1918. For over four years the world has been d-renched
in blood; and now that Peace has come! How grateful we should feel,
and how relieved our minds are that no more of our boys are to lose
their lives in battle.
We have selected some special bargains that we will offer. for
Thanksgiving. Come now and get that new Coat, Coat Suit, Dress and
Hat th at you have delayed getting, while our stock is complete.
Coat Suits Phoenix Hosiery
$42.50 to $48.50 Coat Suits, Thanksgiving, A large shipment of ladies' Hose just received.
price . - - - _....39.98 Ladies' Silk Hose. __$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
$40.00 Coat Suits, Thanksgiving Price $35.99 Ladies' Lisle Hose.65 cents
$35.00 Coat Suit, Thanksgiving price -$29.99- Men's Silk Hose ----------------------$1.00
$37.50 Silk Dresses, Thanksgiving pi ice $29.99 Blankets and Comforts
$25.00 Silk Dresses Thanksgiving price $22.99 $9.50.t$..h20
$18.50 Silk Dresses, Thanksgiving price $15.99 Wool Blankets--------------$10.0016,
Wool Blankets....-.... ...$ 0
Come and let us fit you out in one of our own Overcoats and Suits
handsome Hats for Thanksgiving. We can please What could be a better gift than an Overcoat or
you, and at attractive prijcs. Suit? We can suit you at a most reasonable price.
Thanksgiving Table Linen Overcoats $15.00, $25.00 to $35.00
72-inch all-linen Damask, worth double today, Suits $15.$.0to$35.00
per yard. $2.25 to$2.50u
72-inch mercerized Damask, per :,rard _. ..... $1.00
Furs Furs The cool days are here. Come let ussupply your
We have just received a large shipment of Furs needs in women's and children's Union Suit sepa
in sets, muffs and neck-pieces, Sat attractive prices, rate garments at attractive prices.
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INuits I $1500 $20tE 350