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* Local and Personal XRntlon.
Mr. W. M. Hill, of Waterloo, w-as a
visitor in the city Priay.
Mr. G. Dudley Young, of Gaffney,
Was a visitor in the city yesterday.
'Mrs .0 1B. Mayer and daughter, -Miss
Cornelia, are visiting Mlra. W. W.
Jones and family.
Mr. Gilbert Tylers, manager of the
Opera 1-louse, spent Sunday and Mon
day in Atlanta on business matters.
'Doy ludgens, who has been In army
service at Detroit, returned home last
night,. having secu red his honorable
Clerk of Court C. A. Power has re
turned to his dities after being con
fined -to Is home for several weeks on
account of influenza.
Nlis Caroline Fleming, twho is at
tending Chlicora college, spent the
week-end in the city with her Imiotler,
Mrs. J. 0. C. Fleming.
',Nir, C, 1U. Parker, *:h6 is stationed at
Washington, (a., spent the week-end in
the city with Mrs. Parker at the home
of Mr. W. R. Richey,
Mr. J. TF. Nabers, who was very iI
at one time of inilucnza, has about re
covered and has returned to his duties
(it the Parmers National Bank.
The many friends of Mr. W ,1 '1'ny
lor will be glad to learn that he and
all of his family, who have been sick
of influenza, are rapidly recovering.
Mr. Rice Nickels, who has been quite
sick of influenza and pneutnonia, is
now rapidly recovering and may be
able to return tQ -his work in a few
Lieut. Joe Smith is spending a few
days in the city, having been granted
a short furlough from the hospIxti at
Camp Jackson where he Is still under
Nirs. Jack Lewis, of Charlotto, N. C.,
Is visiting Mrs. James Davis. Mrs.
Lewis is plea.santly remembered elicr
Us Niiss Carol Ilerndon, having visited
here on a number of oceasltus.
irs. C. WV. SuirIIItes. who has been
Sipen(ling .4ome time with .b(hi dattghter
in St. Lou1is, has coie to the city to
spend some time with her son, Rev. C.
T. Squilrts. pastor of the First Pres
'rhe ftriends of irs. Annie F. Car
lington will be lad to know that she
Is recovering from an latitack of influ
enza. She has been 'ill at the home of
her thmughter, irs. F. K. Spratt for
several days.--Groenvi le News.
Mrs. t. 'W. Rudgens, nee Miss
Eleano' Funrman, wlio left two week's
ago to join Captpodifs upn, hbi
return from Francp..is now in.h Wash
Ington, where Ctol[ (indgens is in the
Mr. A. W. Ilunnient t, of 'ireonville,
has been spending several days in the
eity with i R. NX V. Machen. r.ir.
1linunicultt has been doing Y. M. C. A.
work in the army and has recently re
I'trned to civil ditties.
'liss U3ettye Brown, of Lancaster,
wio has been visiting Mr. and Mrt. i.
F.' Fleming for several weeks8, left last
week fot Union and ftrom there ,went
to New Yerk where she was engaged
It has come to be
stantial car, and
has attracted t
'When a man cor
is thinking of the
aninoyance h v
It will pay you to a
The gasoline consumj
The tire mileage
as a.nurse in the debarkation hospital.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. M.
J. Simpson has been very ila for the
past few days, having been carried to
the hospital where closer attenton
could be given to it by trained nursos.
Last night its condition was reported
as slightly improved, though it was
still very Ill.
"Pike" at Brest.
Mr. 'Pike" Swltzer, who is with the
American forces In France, is at pros
ent stationed at Brest, and as Brest is
a port of eibarkation for A merican
troops 'he has plenty to keep Ihis mind
on -home. in a recent letter he stated
that lie has seen thousands of boys
leaving for home, but as yet none that
he kndw. Tlie writes that lie will break
this spell of bad luck soon an(] run
a1cross soimeone that hails from Lau
rens county. lie also reports that he
Is 1w(ll and tihat lie is certainly busy.
le i.s serving with 'inotor truck comn
Dr. R. E. Hughes has been busy for
the past week or two arranging the
program for the annual meeting of the
Tri-State Medical Association, which
meets this year at Richmond, Va., on
February 19th, and 20th. Dr. Ilughes
Is 4ecretary of the association and has
been for a piev'iod, "the tine whereof
memory of man runneth not to the
contrary", The prograi 'thih4year will
be a litUe sh'orter than usual, due I
ile dIsorganization brought on by the
war, but the menbern .still remeni
ber the hospitable treatment accor(de(
them in 'Richmond at tile annual meet
Ing several years ago and are antici
pating another similar fine gathering.
Farm Ageut Moore.
M\. D. Moore, the county afrm deom
onstration agent for Laurens county,
was a visitor in the city y.sterday and
while here paid an official visit to the
olice of A. If. Chapman, county agent
for this (.ounty. Air. 'Moore Is consid
ere(d one of tlie imiost progressive and
successful coulity agents in the State
and] the results that he is obtaining
with the farmers in his county has oo
ceived the commendation of the of
ficials of the Flxtension Division of
While here Mr. "Moore stated that
his county was .preparing a big vaim
paign for bet t er roa(ds and that. the
heber of Commerce, of 'La'aurens,
was preparing for a county-w'ide ef
fort to secure good roads. Thut roads
in his county, AIr. inore said, were
for the rost part in Iyad condition
and that. the movement for better
roads was very tiliely.
An interesTing descripfion of the
agricultural advancement made by
the farmers 'of Laurens 'county wns
given rby Mr. Aloore inl :Which hlie com
plimenled 1he farnrs of 'hat county
for the manner in %which. they have
taken to tlm work of bettering farm
conditions and fa'nn ianagement.
Colds Cause -Odp and'infkuenza
L.AXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tabets remove the
cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine."
E.W. GROVES sigature on box. 30c.
known as a sub
I naturally that
o it substantial
nes in to buy, he
i frd6m from
W enjoy in its
risit us and examine
tlon is unusually low.
is unusually high.
&c Accessory Co.
Laurens,. S. C.
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* AOLINTON NEWS. *
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Clinton, F0b. 4-Mrs. AD. P. Pratt and
children of Greenwood are the gueste
of her mother, Mrs. .). L. iPrather.
Mrs. Fannie Livingston has returned
after a visit ito her son in Columbia.
Miss Sarah Bolt, of Laurens, is the
guest of Miss Lois Johnson.
Misses Lucy Copeland, of Ports
mouth, Va., and Nannie Love Copeland
of Heat'h Springs, have returned af
ter visiting' thelr parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Copeland.
Aliss jella Edwards spent several
days last week at her home in Union.
Mrs. T. P. Kellett, of Fountain Inn,
has returniel after spending several
diays with her sister, .lrs. (a'awford
Mr. and Ars. J.. -. Payne, of (harles
town, West Va., are the guests of Mr.
and Airs. W. 1dgar Owens.
Miss Sto'er, of Sumter, came Thurs
day to take 11) her' (itties at the Clin
Mar. (eorge White, of Ablbeville, Is
yisiting his daughter, Mrs. George N[:.
Mrs. Whitman 91mith, of flishaojyiii&,
Is .pending the week in town.
Mi. Tom Robertson spent the week
enld with his family here.
Misses 'Mattle Ban Browning, Of
Gioldville, and Annie Green, of New
berry, were in own Friday.
Mrs. Crawford Clapp returned Mon
day from Greeniwood after visiting her
daughter, Mrs. William Lomax.
AMias Louise Pitts, of Woman's col
lege, In Columbia, spent the week-end
with her' patren-ts, Nai'. and Mrs. J. Ml.
Alirs. 11. J. Ilurdette is spending the
week in Volutmbia With Air. and Mrs.
Airs. Julia (rillin spent lontday in
Sumnitir, S. '% Familiiy Rely on the New
iltemedy SInce it id So 31ucl for
It. is not a new thing to hear of an
entire family taking Dreco, the new
root andi herb medicine; when one gets
relief it is natural to give It to the oth
"NIT ivife and daughter are both tak
Ing Dreco since It did me so much
goo(," says Mir. C. F. .lenklnson of :312
W. Liberty 8.t., Sumter, S. C.
"I had severe backache andi my aims
and limbs ached ; 1 often felt dizzy and
hai a bad'tas1l in my moutbh. My stom
nch would fil -up with gas which made
me very uneuomforjable and my nerves
were shaky; sleeq) was .almost un
known to me. Dre'o put a Stop to miy
troubles on shoIt otice. On the Hec
nd (1ay' 1 could fe1 the effect, a-nd
now, afte-r taking 0'o bottles, I never
have a -ltzzy spell; pains are gone from
my back and limbs ; I slep sotind ev
ery night. and it has also diled up soi
eczena I had. Tell them all Ihat Drecu
Dr )eeo acts on 1the blood and dirives
out. the poisons and impuill les there
by reli'ving I'lleumi1atism. (iitniC'lla . Vc
zeim.ik, pimples and boils. 11 stimu
laltes the' liver andI rouses a iredi, sluag
All good druggists now stll IDreaet
anad 'it is higly3 r'ecomnmend(1ed in I2au
r'ens bini baitrens Dr)mug Co. ,
A maiag'ipe, whabI-c wilI he of lanter
('st to theirt many friends was thiat of
Mliss Donra Nelson to Mr. Atuma' V.
Hurtn Situnday aft ernoon, .10an. 12thI. at
the iilolmties St. Methodi1st pa rsonaage.
'Thie br'ide, a doaugh ter' of Mir. anid
Mrs. TV. (. Nelson, is one otf Nar'nie's
miost popula tr anad atttractlIve y'ouing Ia -
dies. Thme kr'oom is a. y'oung mtan of
sterling c'hariac'tear andI is suc(cessftul1ly
engatgedl in farminag at. Narnie.
Abbevtiitla-Jreenawood 31tatni 31akes
A page' advert IsementI in this issue
of Tlhe AXdvert iser showrs thait thle Abh
bentvillIe-(lteenwaooud Muttual Inisuriane
A ssociat ion ha tmade a r'emartkablIe ini
crease in btustness duing thle Past
sev~en tmoth Is. Tihe comnpartat i ye state
ment shoews an incr'ease of mote Itan
a mulllion diol l-a's diuring t he tImae, the
total amount ' carrli on Februmaray 1st
being $4,268,300. The Associat ion is
a membeir of the Natilon.'l Association
of Muatual lisriance as col lateirai for
money loahed. PTe comnpanty now otp
etrates Itj 10 counties.
The Joy Recipe!
Regulate liver and bowels,
and sweetet) the stomach
spend Kcents and see
Enjoy life! , iedraightent~tp. Youri
system is tlliec' ilwth aw/accumulat ion
of Ile andl b wel itifon which keeps
yout bilious, lendaptly, dlizzy, tongue
coatedl, br'entt ibag andi stoimachl sour!
WVhy don't yof t gdt a 10-eentt box of Cais
carets at the 'di-utg s'tore and feel fine
Taoke Caseai'ets tonight and( enjoy the
nicest, gentlest liver' and bhiowel cleans
lng youa ever expieinced-Give Caos
('aretsi to childr'en also, they taste like
('andly-Never' grlipe hut ntevei' tail.
Sick, biiious children love to take, this
Just Received, a Carload of
FINE STEEL RANGES
We contractedfor these Ranges nearly a year ago. On account
of war conditions this Factory was unable to fill this order
until now, but they filled our order at prices that prevailed a
year ago, and we offer our customers the same advantage,
and this means a saving to you of $10 to $15 on a Range.
The Famous Wilkes Special Steel Range
Made of High-grade Material, 18 by 20 inch Oven, 6 eyes,
high closet, heavy fire-linings, fully asbestos lined, weighs 375
to 425 pounds. Six styles to select from. Now on Display.
S. NM.& E. H. WILKES & COMPANY
The health conditions are so much
improvel '.hat our Board of Iealth
will protcbly raise the quarantine
next lSabbit Ih.
LiMt all iianmhers of Sabbath schoul
be present. promptly it 9:45 A. N1.
Preach ling service at I I o clock.
Chlris:\an i ndeavor at 6:-5 P. M.
Evennig service at, 7-:30 P. Mi.
In full sympathy with all measu rcs
t:oi pre'vnt, a new outbreak of thle epi
demic we a ffect 0a I o ely u rge all per
sons .vwho have influenza in their honwi;
to rentain at home unill well.
C. T. Squir'.
PaTp0s Diapepsin at once ends sour
nem-, gases, ardlity, Intligetslon.
lumps of undigested foodi causing
paini. When your stomach Is aclI,
.issy, soir or youl have hianrtburn.
filatuence, headache or dyspepsia. hei
is i4nstanti relief-No ln:
Don't stay upset! INat a tablet of
Pape's, Diapepsin and instantly your
stomach feels tine. All the indigestion
pain, gases, acidity and misery in the
P ape's Diapepsin tables (ost little
at any drug,store bit t herei is no surir
or quicker stoiach relief known.
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* DEATH OF M1ISS M.ARY ARNOLI,D.*
* 91.,e1fo eeeee
On January the 27th1, In her nine
teenthiyedi, Miss Mary Arnold passed
into the tWOct. Beyond after a few lays'
Ilinoss of Infltenza and pneinmoni a.
She was the eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Arnold, of Princeton. She
completed her high school course ''
Princeton and after wards finished the
Teac0hers' Normal Course at. Laurens,
whilie at. the time of her death she
was engaged in teaching at the llris -
Creek school In Greenville county. For
the past fow years .she has heen an ac
Hve member In the Prilnton Italiptist
church, loyal to her Sunday seltool
and Y. W. A. Ier unwavering faith
led her Into many good works not only
in) her chureh, but aionkj all liies of
Christian eldea.vor, so we are su1re
to her Was given the "well (ione" of
Ihe Father. She. has left the toil anid
pain of this cart h for the rest, peace
and joy of Iieaven.
Onur hearts habv been marde sore
thie' p. In I io n, an wI %e wond I(er how I ie
IuIrrIen can he borne withotit le., but
we reailize tha1t. in no way canl we more%
ory than by resolv-lig that with the
h(lp or our SaIvior o tolake u1p tle wvork
sie.so loved, wit-h rennflwed Zeal.
Let tus how inl luiible siniissioni lo
thv will of the Ileavenly Father, POur11
ing out our hearifelt thanks for her
lovelyv per1sonality anld beautlifill Chris
Wve extend to her fath1er, iothe1r.
brotliers, and sisters our11 sillcerst
'o look back over her I.ife. it seemilsi
as one short, beatitIfIl dream. We
loved her but God loved hier best.
K. II. A.
FINA 1, S E'I"I'LIEI1EN''.
Tahe notice that oil Ie (th lday of
(larch, 1019, I will relder a inial ac
ount of mY sits and doings as Adinin
istratrix of hl e es1 aite of 0. '. i tll
forrd derv:Isald i the olhr:0 I' the(
Jlitt' ofI I'roa of22 4Iaure1q county,
atI o'cock t. 10., i+1 on fihl. ' inte
t.\ w ill :1 - If finai l I::-:ch I arge
An.y pvi40o indeled to said estate
not tied andol rIl-tuired to make pay
mnt<) thait dat; and all persons
havinl. I claims against Said es(tate will
p''esent them oni or hefore said dat
duly proven w. be. fooever barried.
' 1iL. I lAN1'O ID,
The fulnino That Does Not Affedt the Uees
tlcente of its tonic and laxative effect, 1
TIVJ IPHtoMO10 QULNINE is better than or(iitinary
Quinlite aild does tot clnse nervoulsneass nor
rtilnig i)n hend. Rilleniber the full nalne ind
ook for the signature of K, IV. GROVE. 30c.
Come and have your eyes exam
ined, arid if you need glasses let
him fit you with the kind you need.
Your eyes are the most -delicate
organs of body; don't let ev
ery fake optician fool with them.
A word to the wise is sufficient.