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* CLINTON NEWS.
Clinton, Feb. 10.-Mr. Christopher
Adair is spending a few days in
Washington, D. C.
Mr. Sam Kerns, of the navy, is
spendteg several days with his moth
' Mr. My. S. Glenn, of Spartanburg,
spent last Wednesday with his aunt,
Mrs. E. C. Briggs.
Mrs. 110. J. Adair delightfully enter
tained tMe "Merry Wives" last -Wed
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Horton and chil
dren, of Athermarle, N. C., spent last
week here with relatives.
.Mrs. T. 'C. Sumerel returned last
Friday from Ruby, after spending sev
eral wektlst with i her daughter, Mirs.
J. S. McG r'gor.
Mr. I1. 1,. King and his head sales
lady, Niss l'-3a Adair, left last week
for the Norileni marikets to buy new
s-prinlg 1 (odls )for' his ladies store.
Iirs. Ordihorn e has as her nuest ier
niother from Anniston, Ala.
Miss Klizabeth Douglas speint the
w eek-enid at Ch icora College as Ithe
guest of \liss Corinne tlailley.
Mr. Mrutest Turnert of tie 1'. S. Navy,
has reeived his dliseharge and is at
Mr. l. W. Ferguson ipent last Tues
day in Columbia.
Mrs. Irby Hipp is hom1 e again after
spenIding a few days with hier par
ents at Pelzer.
Dr. and \rs. A. E. Slpeni'er eniter
fainmed at a dinner party last u'llesday
eve'iin g in honor- of 'Mr. and Mis. .1.
M. Paine, of Charlestown, W. Va.
T'ose rlesent. weie Mr. and Mr is.
P1ine. DIr. and Iirs. W. S. ]Iean, Mr.
.nd Mrs. W. Edgar Owens, and Mr.
a 1Is. W. R (wen s. Sr.
Mr.1.. A. Rail: (ntertained (lte
PrienIdly 1)ozen ('lub last. TlesdIy
af rnmon. Aftor cioying seveiral
games of Rook a deliciouls sal ad
course, coffee and nuts were served.
IThe guests were Mesdames W. IS.
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. I. Copeland en
tertained a few of their friends last
Wednesday evening at a dinner party.
Those present were Dr. a. C. Hays,
Mrs. Julia Griffin, Mr. and MrS. W.
B. Owens, Jr., Misses Dorcas Mason
and Helen Hipp.
Miss Mary Dillard, of Whiitire,
spent the week-end with her sisters,
Misses Jette and Lila Dillard.
Mr. and Mrs. .J. F. Jacobs, Sr., enter
talied a number of friends last Wed
nesday evening at a dinner party in
honor oif' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Paine, of
Charjvstown, V. Va.
.1Mr. I.dgar Hailey is spending a few
days With his father, Mr. Tomn Halley.
.\lis, Margaret I)ouglas, of P ernam
hueo, lBrazil, is the guest of )r. and
M rs. 1). M\. )ouglas.
MNr. and MIrs. S. .1. Kilgore and( ch1ii
dren left last week for Newh erry
'where they will make their home.
Mi. and Mrs. 1. .1. Adair, Miss Ger
Itude iii pp and .Mr. Spnrgeon Snmerel
left .\londay for Northern nrkets to
buy new goods for Adair & Smnnrel.
There will be an election on .Feb
r'uary 26, for t he purpose of electing
live trustees to manage the business
of the \\'adsWorth-loor-School fund
of the old Dunlap Battalion. To be
managed by the present trustees, as
folows. viz.; S. 11. Goggans and 11 .A.
Austin, (Cross Itill:11 M. 13. Crisp ot
Agent, Mountville; .1. .1. Young or
Agent, M\ilton Vicinity; A. It. Ilolnies
01r Agent, Laishon Vicinity, alt of Ianu
r Coulnty, S. C.
A. It. 1T01 .
Fe.b. 1, 1919. 29-21
* The Close of a Beautiful Young *
* 0*eo eo e* *0* e oe e*e e
Death is continually coming to us
and taking from us those whom we
Again the Princeton ohurch has been
called upon to give ip one of its most
faithful young members.
On the morning of January 27 the
call to "come up higher" came to the
ilome of Mr.'and Mrs. Robert W. Arnold
and 'Mary, their oldest daughter, went
home to Illeaven, (lying as she had
lived, trusting in God.
Mary Arnold! I-low familiarly sweet
sounds that name, what sacred menio
ries, twhat realins of wondrous beau
ty are clustered around it.
Yesterday she was, today she is not.
Slilntly we 1weep for the voice of our
loved onle now forever stille. In 'her
death is cautsed a vacant place in the
htomne, in Our c uitiUreht, ol t Sunday
school and our cihur cih societies.
Silce early (hi1(ilhood she had been
anit active worker in her, church, in the
Siunday school and Sunbeam lland.
Sie, was always.at her place. As she
grew into yo ting woman hood, she he
Came one of our hesI m1eiibers of the
Young Woni's Auxiliari-, always
present, ready and willing to take
any part in the service sie was called
upltont to (10.
Tiler sunny smile and cheerfiul dispo
sition drew to her many friends, both
young and old. To her "it was morn.
ing of life, an11d the sunrise, bright,
seened to promise a noonday full of
light." Site was sorry to leave us.
"There is so much iere to live for,"
she said for the skies iwere clear.
She Was young to journey ald so. we
That the boatsmain's comiing might
Bint it miust hlave bien heiter., God
willei it so,
To the City abSov that she should go.
To thos.-of. 4 who are left of the
Young 'Woman's Auxiliary, her death
is one of those mysterious dispensa
tions of the Allwise 4Od. 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
aright this message and awe 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. George F. Scruggs,
Miss 4Mae Ridgeway,
Miss Mary Taylor,
Committee for Y .W. A. Society.
Time for Cleaning Streams in Lau
rens County, S. C.
State of South Carolina,
County of Lauorenis.
lP1urat to an Act, of the General
Asseibly of Solth Carolina therefor
Ile it resolved, 1)y the County Board
of CoituIissioners of Lairens County,
in the State aforesaid,
'liat lihe following periods he and
the same are hereby fixed for the
cleanlnug of stireams within sald conn1
ty for and during the year A. D. 1919,
That il streams shall be cleaned
i remuird,1 by law lnring the
eid'riod beeinIhnine- the filrst day of Feb
riarv. a d (iding th(i last (hay of
Mfreh: and that tIIv rul nurin h"
elenneti 471r11on 11he noriod ho n in
the fif nol"' d vir f Tily iiI enlin
h thiri'lv--f'r' dar of August.
olnrvo of 11)t(n ar horrVVi ,inun
Pid i.4'riii red to clean their strcains
'wiinI 1the abov- namled perilods,
Done a irilfiled at aitrenc Cour
lionso. IS. C.. in reiniih amnnual meet
hin. this the 9ih a of January. A. AD.
JNO. D. W. W.\TT. snimoicvor.
31 1). \XTOT Claei
DR. CHAS. A. CROMER
GRADUATE VETERINARY SURGEON
Service Day and Night Charges Reasonable
Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
Office at Posey's Drug Store
GUA!IANTE& IT a
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.
No. 1 STORE 0..BRS OO '
210 West Laurens St.' Burn Block, North Side o
______RUAR __L NI ON!
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. I Store. You at No. 2 St
James M. Donnon, R. E. Thompson,
S. T. Ball, Carl D. Roper,
Miss Bessie Caldwell,
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 Mana
Our Two Stores are packed full of Staple desirable Merchandise and. you can find ver
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 mo
were made round to roll, and J. C. BURNS & COMPANY keeps them Rolling. It will pay ou t ar
miles to J. C. BURNS & COMPANY'S FEBRUARY SALE. Two Red Iron Racke Store n La en
J. C. BURNS & COMPAN
No. 1 Store 210 West Laurens Street. No. 2 Store North side Square