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* CLINTON NEWS. *
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Clinton, Feb. 10.-JMr. Christopher
Adair is spending a few days In
Washington, D. C.
Mr. Sam Kerns, of the navy, is
stendftg several days with his moth
' Mr. R. S. Glenn, of Spartanburg,
spent iast Wednesday with his aunt,
Mkrs. 14. C. Briggs.
Mrs. '10. J. Adair delightfully enter
tained titc "Merry Wives" last Wed
Mr. and 'Mrs. W. P1. Horton and chil
dren, of Alberniarle, N. C.. spent last
week here with relatives.
Mrs. T. V. Sumerel returned last
Friday from Ruhy, after spending sev
eral weeks with her daughter, Iirs.
J. S. Mvregor.
Mr. It. 1L. Kiig and his head sales
lady. Miss ElIa Adair, left last, week
for the Norilierit market s to Iy iew
ing i oodis for his l adies store.
Mr.Ordliorne hlas as her1 "uest h1cr
iotheri from Ainlistont, Aa.
Miss Klizabeth 1 liglas spent the
veek-edil a CIh iora College as the
gutest of 3Iiss orinne liailey.
Mr. Etinest Turner of tre 1'. S. Navy,
has rece Ived his discia rge antd is at
Mlt. R. W. iergttsoni spent last ''ntes
day in Columbia.
Mrs. Irlby IIp i.; home agaiin after
spending a few days wiith her par
eints at P'lzer.
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Spencer elter
tainmed at a dinner Pilary last. Tnesday
ev'e'inug inl honlor- of Mr. antd 'Mr s. .1.
M. Painte, of Charlestown, W. Va.
'Those p resentt WIe Mr. and 'Irs.
Painte,. Dr. and Nt's. W. S. ean, .\lAr.
and1( Mrs. W. Edgar Owens. anld -'.
an1d Mirs. W. B. )wens. Sr.
Mrs. .1. A. Ihmiley entorlainled the
P'riendiry '1ozenl Club last 'lnesday
afteorloo. Aftr enItoyling sevIeralI
games of Rook a dltlions s1I. (
course, coffee and nuts were served.
ITho guests were Mesdames W. t.
Bean, W. B. Owens, Sr., J. F. Jacobs,
Sr., Geo. M. Wright, John Spratt,
Sadie 'Mazyck and Miss Connie Bailey.
Rev, and Mrs. Edward Long enter
tained a few friends at dinner on
Mr. and Mrs. W. Edgar Owens en
tertained a number of their friends
at dinner Saturday.
'Dr. and Mrs. Jas. R. Copeland on
tertained a few of their friends last
Wednesday evenink at a dinner party.
Those present were Dr. 0. C. Hays,
\irs. Julia Griflin, Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Owens, Jr., Misses Dorcas Mason
and Helen Hipp.
Miss .lary Dillard, of Whitraire,
spelit the week-eid with her sisters,
Misses Jette and Lila Dillard.
Nir. and Mrs. .1. F. Jacobs, Sr., enter
tained a number of friends last Wed
nesday evening at a dinner party in
lionor olf Mr. and Mrs. J. Ni. Paine, of
Cluirleslown, WN. Va.
\Nilr. Edgar Bailey is splen(illg a few
days with his father, .\Mr. Tom li ailey.
.\isI aargaret i)ouglas, of Pernam
hueo, IBrazil, is tilie guest of Dr. and
Imrs. I). Al. )ounglas.
.\Mr. and MIrs. S. .1. Kilgore and chi]
dren left last w'eek for Neowberry
'Wler tley will make their home.
.\Mr. and Nirs. 10. .1. Adair, Nliss Ger
Irude lii) aid Mr. Spu rgeon Stumierel
Ieft .\oiday for Northern markets to
lbuy new goods for Adair & Suierel.
ThIeire will be an election on Feb
ruary 26. for Ilie purpose of electilg
live trustees to manage the bisilness
of the \\'adswort-h-Poor-School fund
of the ol Dunlap Baltt.alion. To be
iiia naged by the present t ruistees, as
folows. viz.: S. 11. Gogganls and R A.
Aust in. Cross lill: A. 1. Crisp or
AgnIt, .\lontviiie; -.1 .. .. Young or
Agent. .\ilton Vicinity; A. It. I lolies
or Ageit, Iisoln Vicin1ity, al of ].aI
rens Couty, S. C.
A. it. 10 2\18
IPeb. 1, 1919. 29-21
* The Close of a Beautiful Young *
* Life. *
Death is continually coming to us
aid taking from us those whom we
Again the Princeton ohurch has been
called upon to give II) one of its most
faithful young members.
On the morning of January 27 the
call to "come up higher" came to the
home of Mr.'and Mrs. Robert W. Arnold
and 1Mary, their oldest daughter, went
home to 1eaven, dying as she had
lived, trusting In God.
Mary Arnold! How familiarly sweet
sounds that namc, what. sacred meno
ries, twhat realms of wondrous beau
ty are clustered nround it.
Yesterday she was, today she is not.
Silently we iweep for the voice or our
loved one noiw forever stille. In her
death is causeld a vaean t place in the
homne, in our churhel our Sunday
school and ou 1r chu rch societies.
Since early (iidhood she had been
an) acive v worlker' inl her church, in the
Siinday school ald 'Slunheam 1Ban1d.
pie, was always.at her place. As she
grew into younllg womlianlood, she be
('5a11e one of our best miemlbers of the
Youig Womani's Auxiliari, always
)r'esent , ready anld willing to take
aly part In the service she was called
upon to (10.
Iler suiiny smile and cheerful dispo
sition drew to her many friends, both
young and old. To her "it was morni
Inig of life, an1d the sunrise, bright,
seemed to promise a ioonday full of
light." Slie was sorry to leave ts.
"There is so muchl here to live for,"
she said for the skies iwer3e clear.
She was younig to jouilney and so, we
That the boattsilani's comting might
But it must have been heter, Cod
willed it so,
To thle Ciit aove t hat sihe should go.
To those of, -0 who are left of the
Young tWoman's Auxiliary, her death
is one of those mysterious disponsa
tions of the Allwise God. While it
sorely afflicted and brings into our
hearts sorrow too deep.for Iwords, yet
we realize that it brings with it a mes
sage of love from our Heavenly Father
and we turn our hearts upward to Him
who did it and 'beg Him help us read
aight this message and iwe shall find
comfort 'by turning away from self to
blessed memories of our sainted sis
ter, by rejoicing in hei present gain
by ministering to those whose needs
and griefs are greater than ours.
Mrs. leorge F. Scruggs,
Miss Mae Ridgeway,
Ml13 Mary Taylor,
Committee for Y .W. A. Society.
Time for Cleaniing Streams ii Lau
rens County, S. C.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Pursuant to an Act of the General
Asseimibly of South Carolina therefor
lie it resolved, by the County Board
of Comm issionersi- of Laiurens County,
In tle State aforesaid,
'Thiiat the following periods be and
the sam1e are herbCy fixed for thc
cleaning of streams within said coun
ty for and during the year A. 1). 1919,
'Tlat all streumA shall be cleaned
ont al reuiiIred by law duraing the
period heglnninir the firIt day of Felb
rmary. and ending the last (lay of
'freh 71d thlat th"Nv athn11 lenn h
cleaned , rnI 1" 11'e '10Eriod h iin
the fiftf"Pont h d % !'f 111v fn entdin
Ih'' thvtr-firs (lay of August.
V1 !,-d owner" and nor-ons In
h ri'e of iInnds ar hfirs, v un on'
Pid remired to ele:mi their sreains
'witlin 11h0 :tehvo oInmed periods
Done alnd raitifled t Laurenw Court
lonse, C%. C.. in reoiznla r 1n11nnI moet
hiw. this the ftli flay of .!anunry. A. D.
.]NO. 1). W. WATT'IS. snevo.
.. 1. M OCK. Clerk.
DR. CHAS. A. CROMER
GRADUATE VETERINARY SURGEON
Service Day and Night Charges Reasonable
Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
Office at Posey's Drug Store
To OACK OUR
NO MATTER what you want to buy nor what you
want repaired, if it is in the jewelry line 'twill pay
you to come here.
In the purchase of jewelry or its repair, the reliability
of your dealer is of prime importance: This is why
your interests are best served by coming to us.
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TH Or GI P407 sT - S cPF
No. 1 STORE J C.BURNCS & C.'
210 WestLaurens St. B B
Closing Out all Winter Goods to make room for Spring.
Goods are Going Fast! Don't Wait!! Come While the Bargains Last!!!
Burns Says Roll, Let 'em Roll. We Haven't Time or Space to List Our Stock Now.
Come Quick--Get in The Game.
Our Sales Force Will Be Glad to Wait on Our Sales Force Will Be Glad to Wait on
You at No. 1 Store. You at No. 2 Store.
James M. Donnon, R. E. Thompson,
S. T. Ball, Carl D. Roper,
Miss Bessie Caldwell, . C . oper,
Miss Lois Reid, J. B. Thompson,
Miss Mary Bolt, Miss Georgia Medlock,
Miss Lois Adair, Miss Lucile Pitts,
L. E. Burns, President and General Manager. L. E. Burns, President and General Manager
Our Two Stores are packed full of Staple desirable Merchandise and, yo3 a idvr
near anything you need here and you can Save 15 to 35 per cent by buying your bill here
You Know Our Motto Is-- Sell Same Goods Less Money. Turn the Goods out fast, do mor ines olr
were made round to roll, and J. C. BURNS & COMPANY keeps them Rolling. It will pay you to come man
miles to J. C. BURNS & COMPANY'S FEBRUARY SALE. Two Red Iron Racket Stores in Laurens
J. C. BURN.S & CO MPAN
No. 1 Store 210 West Laurens Street. No. 2 Store North side Square in Burns Ilock