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* Local and Personal Montlon.
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Mr. M. L. Bonn, of Nowberry, was a
Visitor in the city Monday.
Mr. 1mory W. Machon is reported to
be Vc'y sick of pnieumonlia at Iis ioie
Mr. anid Mrs. C. EiL Parker '
sp'Au11 Pr've rgdays at the home o'
Mr. anid .\r . \V. Kt Richevy.
rgt. L. C. tirsttIle, who is .l
tionl at-it Cami( p Sevier', has been) vit.
in': ho'".. l~il1 fi'or thepat ofw r .
Mr;% '. C. elt, who Ii. te inrg at
Prieclf.' !!wnrt the week-emllf in the
(ty " her Iotiru, Ms . W. It . '
C'mOldurior GrJover C.Tlis h
retinl-o l 'o his diities on the' C., N.
1'. a 1, h'r' sik of ninluona a'ld
8:oor v e N. It. Dial retu rndI
'nrt to i ' di the opent ''i:' s o
Mra .W. iiinso) anld ille<oh
(er have; iriieid to A b i rt r
ia ew days here with \Ir. aid
Mr!. W. 11. iis n
i: i r y \\'right has retirl'd to
her ies at ilhe Di);ir Fiour & Crain
Cormpatny Ifter ha ving beeni sick of
inttlienz'ai for a week or two.
Mr. 8am 11. 'Sherard. who is living
in P'lifor'nia, is expected il the city
the fltter Part of the week to visit Mr.
and Mrs. W. Ti. Gilkerson for a while.
Mims S. L. lolland and nephew,
M-aster James Dean Wilson, of Augus
ta. left yesterday for Greenville after
spending several days with Miss Sue
Mr. Geo. H. Bolt, who has been sick
at the Julia Irby Infirmary for several
weeks, has recovered sufficiently to
return to his home in the Trinity
'apt. Willard T. Tyler, no wstation
ed at Washington, D. IC., is expected in
the city in a few days to visit his
brother, Mr. Gilbert M. Tylers, mana
-get of..the Opera House.
The many friends of' Mr. E. 0. An
dersonr, who has been at times crtical
ly Ill of pumtunonia, will be glad to
learn that he is greatly improved and
thought. to be out of danger.
Mr. V. M. Blartell, first class yeo
man in tlt, nlavy, is siending sever'i'al
d'"y': il Ohe city insncting cloth man
il''( rr' byN 't he Laurterns Cotton .\Iills
M~r.'- a :r 1tin wblv h, h)
-' 'ur:l1 ' Iy in juhysi'ianr th. ir : ''
r- ? the Ill'l now (onbu r me
- rt- wh I- h r 'll ra r
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0* A R1T F OE *
many people M n a ;n ' a ' rondL urn'
(lor, t p h u' 19-year-old daugtr ofI
M 'r. and Mr's,. Flrchr aylorh
* nemoni, folwn an atack f*in
maenn.eol Mi Tayld asii 'aremer
wa tof the sAeue ofptis Chureh,
alay, fthfu 1yar-od (oyai1g0er o
Mhrch and Gods. 1'ecri alr v
dnedw len' hoe hal mitts ihe rong No.
hr afery laugher,(ly thf ilreadofhr
p'eun oi ollowingSh as atako 11ir
phrncnked awin~ iTays swaens andem a
of ille Tn er Aveuey Ourpts ishr
eternal han. W te abrsenle ringhof
pastor, tihe funeral services wvere con
ductted at the home by Rev. J. L.
McTin. She was carried to Rocky
Springs churceh for' interment. She
leaves a large host of fr'iends wvho
dleeply mourn her departure. She is
suirvivedi by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fletchrer Taylor, four brothers
and one sister, as follows: Meossrs. Roy
Taylor, of Georgia; ,FlIoyd Taylor, now
in training at camp in New York;
Master Hlerman Kirk and little Miss
Gladys Taylor. Tire public extend
their deepest sympathy to tire bereaved
..'ard of Thanks,
We wishr to thank thre enire comn
murnity for the many, many acts of
kindness shown urs in the recent death
of our hitsband and father.
Murs, Jerptialh Stone anG Ohildren,
WATTS ILLS NEWS.
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Watts Mills, Dec. 2.--On last Tuos
lay afternoon at 3 o'clock little Mary
Mozelle, fle 19-mionths-old daughter
,rf Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKee, dIed at
their homel here after a three wooks'
lI ine: of nelu nonia. The little e'
." ai to re;t it the ceictery here
1ahms,(1Iw t;day following. 'Ihe fun
i'*.) s~rvi--e Was cottduted by Rev. .
iT. n man of the city. The young:
have the sympathy of thIei
f ula in tIh ir sad bwereve
In- F. Complilonl , ed .1bo-il
d e at his homw here o
'' uerday aflornoon of pneumoc,
n.hi followed an altack of nd
H-* .4 re ns were carrV-id to
churchIi for inter n Ilif
y foliowing. The funeral -er
-v comldbicted by Rv. V. MI.
SeMr. Mr. CoontI-ton was a well
known Chi-istianI gentleian. a g4ood
citizen1 anId ,will be greatly mlissewd
hr h nun frlends. lie leaves :
.dw and ilve children; also fou
"m' .r, a:; follows: Rev. ] . 11 Comlp
in ;-,l Toml Coiomnpton, of North Caro
lina: and Mlesrs. J1im and .1lohna I.
!onpton, of Laurens.
Wo are indeed glad to report. ilthe
1tton1 Zis in1 our town are greatly
improved. Only one case of influenza
MOwna at this writing. Thoe quaran
Line has been lifted and we were very
,lad to have services again on Sunday
norning. Rev. J. A. Brock filled his
regular appointment on Sunday night
And preached, as usual, a splendid
3ermon on Faith.
The many friends of Rev. J. A. Brock
ind family, of this place, regret very
much to have to give them up, as he
has accepted a field of iwork in Aiken,
ind will move there at an early date.
May God's blessings rest upon him in
his new field.
Misses Tes'sie Kelley and Eva Sor
4ee were at home for Thanksgiving.
rhey are both now taking a course in
lI u'iness college, in "Greenville.
On last Tuesday 'Miss Abbie Riddle
dlied suddenly here at the home of her
brother, A. V. Riddle. She was burled
rm Wedne(day following. The fun
ra services wre, coidicIted by Bro.
Ahr't Al len1. Mis, Riddle has made
her hm-uo with rI sn. Ela Owena, of
.r; 'arit about 2:1 years. She leaves
'1rad oneo Mer a -i fol
fie, o \\ 1 s Millh;
1ie, of Atlania, fla.; PoN'
of (,Iren ie nod Mrs,.
.ad M h. . ! an
.\\. . :. .\rinstrong as: purchavd
a '.1gpt~ayer ptiano. Tlhere's miui4c inl
.\-i . Fred Abhere romi e is quite Iim
!tr'tredf after a serious ailack of thei
\Voodilin WVallace. Sergt s. D~aughty
midl D onald of Camp Sevier, spent t he
week-endl with MIr. and M rs. Rt. C. Wal
lace andl family.
10ungene 13. Simpson, of Camp Jfack
son, spent Thanksgiving with home
GIRLS! GIRLS! TR Y IT!
STO)P DANDRUF:F AND)
BEAUTIFY YOUR~ H-AIR
Hair innops failing ouit anid gets I hich,
n.~aiy, strong and beautiful.
Your' nt hir eoe lueiIIght , wavy, tiu f
fy, abundant and apoeyarts as soft, lui-.
trotns and beautiful as a young girl's
after a "Danderine hair cleanse.'' Jutst
try this--moisten a cloth with a lttle
D~anderlne and carefully dIraw it
through your hair, taking one small
strand~ at a time. This wiil cleanse
the hair of dust~i dirt and excessive oil
and in just a fi w monjeinntK you have
doubled the he ~y(1your hair.
Besides beau$I'yng the hair at. once,
D~andermne dissolVed etecry particle ol'
dlandruff: cleanses puuriflies and invig
orates the scalp, forever stopping itch
ing and falling hair.
But wvhat will please you most will
1)e after a few weeks' use when you
will actually see now hair--flne and
downy at fist-yes--but really now
hali' growing all over the scalp. If
you care for pretty, ,oft hi'nir and lots
of it, surely get a small bottle of
kcnowvlton's Danderine from any drug
giat or toilet counter for a few cents.
CH!ICHESTER S PILLS
THE5 DIA310NDR [IRAND
9) yersnown** Uest,stfet, Always Relilit
I SOWDBY 8OGl$TS CVRmiHER
Christmas Suggestions of Value
What to give is the all-perplexing question for most people, and we
may help you out considerably. This year of all others an article of
some real value is the rnost appropriate. And while our immese stock
is overfowhg with the Christmas spirit, tiere is io an ar'% in the lt
that Widl no fsrvc adb appreciate.d mor anIoe h
Fibre Rockers, Setteptv s, ig-rws W~n, CmotRcesOk aoay Desr-l od n ek n ul
Tables, Tea Wagons.
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(hi Its( tr Ilits
Death of ioree Tay lor.
Oi la.it Sunday nh, Nov.:h I
death anlgel vi!-ile1 d \\'atts.\ilma
:-laiineod fronti the honusl of Mlr. anid .\lrs.
P'. K. Taylor. thevir awractiv -in1d bf
loved dalghter, Lot. r 11er deat h
camie after a illiness of only oie we k
calse(l from an Ittack of infiunoinza fol
lowed by pneutlonia. Lor e was; one(!
of the flost popiti 'r young girls of ou r
village and her deatIh caused salneCss
in un11iy hearts. She was a girl with
an estiniabl- charaeer ani a loving
disposition. For many years Loroe
had been a fallithful member Of F c
Ita 111st church and a eost-inI attlend
ant at all its a'er. .e. For a l(ong uiime
she .been stereta of her .'ino'ay
.iehool eli', and )a - will h% greatly
iissed by hoth her church aid chlas;.
IFcree alway't tmret her 'lieids wili a
vmile and a kaud word. .\t all of theIj
so(ial gatllerings of the village shte
was a general favorIte.
I-ler funteral was held at her loiie
on londay afternoon, the serv!ces be
ing condulted by Uev. J. L. Mahinl, inl
the absence of her pastor, R1ev. 1. A.
Brock. The funeral and burial was
attended by a large numttber of sorrow
ing friends and relatives. Tier body
was laid to rest in Rocky Springs cemn
etery, the pall bearers being /1M. G.
Jessee, P. D. Clark, J. C. Clark, ). C/
Jones, L. C. Langston and Rt. A. Car
ter. W41 extend to the family our
heartfelt sympathy, and let us not for
get that in our loss it is her gain.
Ve loved her, yes, we loved her,
But Jesus loved her more;
And he has sweetly called her
To yonder shining shore.
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A M0-PR0SPHfA TE
The world's g'eatest tonic for lassil
tude and all rindowfl- dnonic condi
tions. It JItst /utsyeli into the W1hole
system. "It'A th best tonic I ever
used," says oston ph9kiclan. r
alt by Lau ns Drug Co.
mato by Laurens Drug Co.
4 December 7th to
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