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Local and Personal Mention. *
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Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rcpe.r,
Mrs. 0. 13. Green, of Anderson, is
visiting her motlber, Mi's. '1. C. Crisp.
Dr. W. H1. Washington, who is now
located at Spartanburg, was a visitor
in The city Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. 13. D. Smith and Mrs.
Willie Smith, of Owings, were shop
ping in the,city Thursday.
Thos. R. Htasterby, who is attending
Furman, is spending a few days in
the city with home folks.
Mr. I. 0. Anderson, who has been
(lite sick for the past few days, Is re
ported to be getting albng quite well.
Mrs. Ursula Wallace has been called
to the bedside of her son, Mr. J. Y.
Wallace, in Greenville, who is sick
with the flu.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lancaster, who
have been at the hospital for several
days, are stoadily j-ecovering from
'Mrs. Hoyt Camp has returned to
Hartsville after spending some time
here with her parents, M1r. and Mrs.
John N. Hudgens.
Mrs. Sallie D. Young has gone to
Rock 11111 to visit her daughter, Miss
Elizabeth Young, who has influenza
at Winthrop College.
Mr. iEarl Caine, who has been in the
quartormaster corps at Camp Sevier,
has been given his honorable discharge
and is at home again.
'Lieut. C. Y. (Brown, of the aviation
service, has been spending several
(lays 'near the city with his parents,
'Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Brown.
'Mrs. .J. C. Godsey and little son re
turned this morning to Charleston, af
ter a stay of several weeks witih their
parents, Mr. and Mirs. W. T. Crews.
Mrs. J. . 'C. Fleming received a let
ter from iher son, Lieut. Charles Flei
Ing, staling that he 'was safe and at
that tliime was teniorarily in charge
of a cotmpatiy.
ANfr. and .\irs. E. V. vachen have
returnld homue alfer sIPndinl'u several1
motsIn Charl1.estonl, where .\lr'.
tlhin uhas beeni working at the navy
.\r. (ieo. S. [lolt, who ha t'w n at
iem hosntital since iast week on ae
Io i e pra! wl ntrobablyp he re
'it iiI ''* ' Ic Nvei 01~ 1(
I d w ithi - t Ia '.
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til bpt V';r a <;rjatin lion i m y ent
'i tt... i h i . enn r on ,'t -ounf t 1f
ftott I ; V oil Ii V hi 1!i a111' ta
et t:t. !te it.:, r eoa tt o el o
at I tlji 1ladh t hi ~'iYt tt Ilte
Im ii i Ft ' ra
im lh at it.-'i ho ia e fi rin wuu Iith~l
(tiint tnt. The dit - his it aid to be
'alinp i'tte : \w'ual conr:: e 'tnd he'h
Xre eV 1 0(! to hi Iut Of anl i of a;1
Mr.v 11. iigli m,. Chelk ot We hals'
dnon t watsi' vois inthie lity y'li''
fr1' ome hb:soth ladt neaw' twas ret
eer l that ws sares :ranwell.i
ofth coverinuly. onu t.
irt nd to is h. ei). \oor. andlob ~all
an at'w i of Tkuas whiloua. a'
thans o01 fntlytil whe heir kin
deatiha of otithi .1elttyti andl The
ch ander, of liten.haertnd
hm after Mis en dgse a imd Famiy
work. isThe time tcompbuy ano
Rangfre. OA. liink, wiho avc rymai
here for Tveraeweek dafterowich l
uohi the bloo. Yoa goin fool i. tgck
ain, tovhworkto ltoci thencw Gcan. nn
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* RiED MROS8 NOTES. *
Workers are needed ut the surgical
Plans Made for Christnas Roll CaO!.
Mr. T. C. Switzer, chairman of the
Christmas Roll Call for the Laurens
Capter A. R. C., went to Columbia last
Friday to attend an imlortant con
forence held to make plans for the
great, "drive" for membership which
the Red Cross will make between the
15th and 23rd of December. A'r.
Switzer is full of enthusiasm and ex
ipects to succeed in putting every per
son In the county on the led Cross
Roll. The Red Cross is emphasizing
the fact, and wishes everyone to under
stand, that this "drive", which is to be
the big .Red Cross event of the year,
Is not a drive for funds, but "an op
l)ortunlty for every person to become
affiliated with the Red Cross and thus
to have 'a part ia the gigantic task of
reconstruction, which confronts the
Red Cross over seas, and also to lend
a helping hand in continuing the work
of the Red Cross for the soldiers and
sailors in this country and overseas."
How They Will Spend Thanksgiving.
Paris, Nov. 20.-Wonnded American
soldiers will be the guests of the
American Red Cross Thanksgiving af
ternoon in one of the largest theatres
in the city. American Red Cross has
bought the entire house for the mati
nee performance and esl)ecial musical
numbers that will appeal to the boys
from the United States will be inter
l)olated in the regular revue. Before
going to the theatre the soldiers will
partake of an old fashioned American
Army (ails on Red1 Cross to Co-oper
lite During Demiobilization.
'Mr. Jos. C. Logan, Division Diree
tor of Civilian Relief, A. I. C., receiv
ed a telegram tlis morning from Na
tiouna le ldquarters announeing that
Ceni'l . E'. Munson. ('Iief of Morale,
ranc'h, (;neral Staff, has telegraplh
ed to all morale ollieers in cam i, di
c-'tinig th''i ) 1 'rrl11 for 140111
.*rvie r'l e re ntaives inl cam'ps to
communic't4 rba. ly to .111 men1' il ont
I l d i -a r'4 rol 1 m oI 'i ar' y 4 1v
In v u;t n , naid ot her ;:-rI n
ich~f th. m y rcie fom 1howiv
4444~~~ I' : I4 "I'' 111
-' form' 1 114.1. fcr rp':n in
iM 'r ii :y, 1( -i : o le ''4' ! 'I l4or1-h I -
C Io 1
The 1 '4n' o' th ''i.; t ''-rain ha4
it is imp 1-n ii'el'4n4 l ary for thv
mo t n-ul- :4 an1 4'4h11 -r ''. tlu- m
144')1! l' 1''I.
to lhe publi1ention4 441 en itled( "'l'4forr'
\on ( o", wh.'4i4h h411 '1.4(d 14''hnient4
poin14ts la'in1 to "4) many143 soldiers1- ini
Ithe iast few'. monthis. The1v no4w hook-4
l''t i11 called "Whe~n YouI T14'turn" and44
''u4o l'thooulh ond(14i(4 cl 4-mit man4 lner.
(lnin 11e 011ak, 4'14 beui fuilly liishe:id
11lfft:4 at $1 7.901. Nothling on the mari
1:e at $'2..00 that will equl it iln
S. .\l. & 1'. ii. W11i'SI & CO.
South li iarprc' street, now .i)i'o('enpi 'd by
'Mr. ' in aml114 444 .\lrI. and4( .\i's. 11. 1".
iFl'emiw41. lir. Vineoutl~ will lake pos1
:1ess1ioni at an1 ('ar ly d1at4e, the' lans1 of
to 1bu1ild a residence on1 his East .\lin~
str'e4t. lot, an soon as tihe buildirng sit
nation hecemoes more settled. Tihe
deal was mlade thriouigh i. 11. M1.
We arie showing exceptional values
1in Rockers; oak, mahogany, mission
8. M1. & E. UI. WILKES & CO.
Oreafily llenedIted by Chlanberlint'
"T am thankful for the~ good I have
received bly usning C'hambherlaini's Tah-.
101s. About two years ago when T be-.
ganl taking them T was suffering a
great1 deal from di 1tress51 after eatin1g.
andl from headache and a tired, Ian
gulrl feeClinug dlue to indigestion and a
torpidi 1-, er. Chamberlain's Trablet(
c'orrlcted~ these disnordlers in a short
time, and sInce taking t'wo bottles o1
thenm lmy health has been good," writet
\Iu\_Tarinwoori Auburn, N. Y.
DIED AT C.MP WADSWORTH.
1t. Ellerbe McDanie- Died at Camp
Wadsworth Wednesday Morning and
was Burled at, Mt. Pleasant Church
Ryan Ellerbe McDaniel, son of Mr.
and 'Mrs. M. E. MlcDaniel, Sr., of the
XEkom section, died at the base lio
pital at Camp Wadsworth last Wed
nesday of pneumonia following influ
enza. The body was brought home and
laid to rest at Mount Pleasant church
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The deceased was'about 24 years of
age and was inducted into the military
service with the last contingent of
men sent by the local board to Camp
Wadsworth, on November 5th. lie was
ill for about a week or ten days. Ills
brother, Clarence, went up to be at his
bedside Tuesday, and remained to the
end. le was a very poular young man
of his community and liked by all who
knew him. Besides his parents he is
survived by three sisters and four
brothers, as follows: 'Mrs. W. M. My
ers, Misses Nona and Vivian McIDaniel,
Clarence, Clyde, Cecil and Ernest Mc
Daniel. Clyde McDaniel was in the
service at Camp Jackson at the time
of his brother's death.
An itelm of interest to their many
friends throughout the state will be
noted In the announcement , of the
marriage of Miss Iola Catherine Put
nam of Greenville, and Mr. Alexander
Kell Brunson, of Sumter.
Miss Putnam was born in Laurens
county, but later went to Greenville to
enter school, making her home there
after finishing Chicora College. For
the past several months she has been
in training at Tuomey Hospital, Suni
Mr. Brunson is a rising young busi
ness man of Sumter, being connected
with the Cherry Company in the furni
The wedding kwas a very quiet af
fair, being solemnized at the homne of
Dr. Templeman, on Churiich St reel. this
city, a small party gohig over in au
01iomobiles froimi the homne or the bride's
brotlr, .\lr. A. 1). Putnam, who lives
WV. ( . Whrton -evid lireclor.
\\. ("ar1. Wilron, of \\aterlio, has
e' ' k dled a dlire tor inl ho a rn
n h i .
. M~l \r. WhartonIm
OUR ARMY cat
be disbanded until
fruits of our vic'
are assured. Con
B3UY W~. S. S
Buy All You. Cai
Oiur Mr. Minter
great December busi
and willing to close <
est line of ladies' and
which means a savin
you the very latest st
and'dresses will not I
SALE OF LA
SA LE OF L ADIES' SER
$35.00t I )resses., sale priice ..
$22.5 I )resses. sa le p rice ..
$20.0 Dr)less, ~ sale' pmriee
$18.5 Dr)Iesses", salet price . .
DO YOUR CH RIS'l
$to $10 Reduci
on High Grade Co
_ "s for
"No Home is Complete Without
We Are Showing a Big Line for
the Holiday Trade
Nothing Better to Give the Family
Than a Piano for Christmas
We Offer Special Prices---Come in
and Let's Talk it Over
u c the grea
g tyoof4 5.0 to$. 0n each co a, ndi A t sm ime gvin
DIES COTISE OT
... ... .. .$ 40 0 $ 7 9
... ... ....$ . f$
. .es ....s . fo. t' coa.1.9 u d(ot .n ui a cucsa Lya loo sin g res
g. to. yo.u .. ..$9 of .00 to $10.00. c c * rda h sm iegvn
yle th grat ew Yor ma 0.t00 .\ s (' t th... ....~ . he.e. 17
..E..AND..$ 9.9 DREu E *3.0 " 'I: ' " '--.-..- ..... .....$48
$2.. .. . .2 4 9 4 798 -.' h . C 0 . h - - * . . . . . M . $ 3 9
. .. . .. . . . .. ..[-$h .0 iv a s ( '1 t A t . . . . . f . r . ..$1 .9 a nd $12 .98I
. . . .' . . . . .o.I . . . .$22.9
... .........$298FU SF R!
.... .... ...........$15.98 JutrURvda.hnSonie FURS nc ics
.... ...........$1?.98 | nui.an se .atnst tra iv pic .
'MAS SHOPPING EARLY-SHOP EARLY IN THE MORNINGS
Sells for Cash Only. Come, Let Us Demonstrate How You
Can Save by Paying Cash Here.
ion INTER COMANY SHOP EARLY
ats. Cas Depart.ment Store 12h0nin hnMornings