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Whereas it hath pleased God In His
infinite iwis(om to remove froin our
idst two of our beloved sisters and
1Inst useful nembers, Mrs. W. C.
Wharton and Mirs. c. Y. Culbertson,
we, the surviviig members of our La
dies Aid Soceloty of the Waterloo Bap
list church, beg leave to submit the
RIesolved, That while we mourn tleir'
loss, we thank God for their beautiful
example of Christian living, and pray
Ilim1 to enable Us to say: Iven so, Fa
ther, for so it seemeth good In Thy
Sight, "'Thy wVill be doe".
Second. That in tihe death of our
sisters, the society has Sustain'd a
gi'eat. loss and ole whielit is most keet
13' fell anld realizld.
Third, That we will ever cherish Ithe
m1 emory of our dlear freinds , an( that
the lessons drawin from lieir lives of
-'.atieit, faithfiul serlvice for the lastIr
:shall ever lio .11 li arts ail he anl
lourtill. , w' a sur the tricken
.httsbands" 'mn ild 1rol ald oth-r. of
their de-ar o e of (111 doceg- sylll
pat.hy and ra frhem1 ('d's Sus-.
- Wifth, Thal I copy ofths)rrou
tioils he isll rihed uponI ouir Iiiute
)o0( '1nd1 at copy selt tthe Greenvlle
News atad (;reenwood Index--Jour-nal
or publicatioll aulld one to the hereaved
Mis. ftex Lanford,
Mis. Fred Culbertson.
aterloo. S. C. Comnittee.
DONE FOl 1i.31l00C.\(V
- lrance has poured out blood and
reasire to tlie breaking point to make
he 'World safe for demnocracy. .\lirica
wes her an enormous debt of grati
tide for this and als( for a Perfect
eeiidy for s1omach , i ver and litlesu
1inal trottb)e foinid b3y her peasatis
-I(tld tsed withI reportedl marvelolls re
tits in this country. Geo. If. Nlayr,
r many years a prominent Chicago
hemist. imuports the ingrediits and
Ils this remledy uindJer' Ihe name of
ay r's Woldlerfil IReiedy. It is a
mnple, hlarmiless preparation that re
Oves Il atarrrali mucus from the
testinal tract and allays the inlam
(tion which causes practically all
macli, liver and intestinal ailments,
plud ing aiendlictis. One do.e will
Ivince or itoney refunded. The
u rens D)rug Co., and )ruggists ev
E0WE T. REI DEAlD.
nmiont Okalppells Farmer Dies of
-eenwood, Feb. 12.-George T.
- a prosperous and prominent
nor of Chappells, died at his rome
re 'Monday night, following an ill
s of a week's duration with pneu
li, attperinlduced b1y infhuenza,
eral services vee conducted at
g( t,4oday and iiilerment was made
lie Hlodges Cemetery.
r. iteid was 'about 7i years of age
has been engaged in farming and
the mercantile busliness at Chap
- for a number of years. lie was
vely in charge of hiis business uni
takeni ill a Iweek ago.
r. Iteid is suIrvivedi by two d1augh1
.\rs. J. 1.. Webb of Gr'eenwwood,
ainothier of Woodruff, and two
Will IlCeid of Chappehls andl
Cs id, an offlcer in the IUnitedl
ASSESSOR'S NOTl'1(E 1911).
C auditoIr's oflice wIll be Openf
-the lirst (lay of January to the
(day (of Februlary, i191i9, to make re.
5 (If personlal prioperty and( al)
-sters of real estate, for taxat ion.
_sII male citizens het ween the age.,
--1 and ii0 year'OIs on [lie fIirst of Jani
,exceplt those who are incaplable
ea rnlng a supIport fiomi being
med (Ior fromi1 (Ither~ caus1ies, are
led 11olis, Confedlerate vet er~ans
Iso all male Citizens het ween the
-- of 18 and 50 on the 1st day of
ntary, i1920, are liable0 to a road tax
I .50 and are ri'iiredl to make
ing thie time above speocified and
r return of same to the A uditor
Il pay to the County Treasurer at
same time other taxes are paid in
of workding the roads, school trus
,students andl ministers are ex
edl fronm road tax.
11 taxpayers are reqiulredi to give
Sship and number of school dis
ts; also state whether prop~erty is
atedl in town 01' country. IEach lot,
t, oi plarcel of land must be en
te(r the 20th of February 50 per
penalty will be attached for' fall
to umake returns on personal prop
*andl 20 per cent on transfers of
J. W. THOMPSON,
.a County Auditor.
SONEY TO LOAN
proved Real Estate
LAURENS. S. C.
* LANFOID NEWS. *
Lanford, Feb. 17.--Mr. C. B. Bobo
made a very able talk or address to an
appreciativo 'tudlence and all enjoyed
it very much. We were sorry to know
that our beloved pastor, Rev. J. R.
Williams was sick but glad to hear he
was better Sunday morning.
Mrs. C. L. Waldrep celebrated her
birthday by giving -her friends an old
fashioned quilting and a bounteous
turkey 'dinner with all necessary ac
cessories. 'Di'hose present enjoyed it
extremely and iwish for her many more
such occasions of pleasure and social
Aliss litelle Aloore has returned
holile after a visit 'to McCorimich.
Sergi. pugenle Miuicl, of Camp
Wldswortil, was the guest of friends
Mliss Othello Jolutson Ieturined htomt.e
Mlonday, Feb. litI, from a thlree
wveks' stay inl Spartalhurllg.
The Flu has visited 0111 colilmullity
a1gaill and last wveel( at onle timle there
were six 1inmbrs inl One fam11ily inl
bed withk il. AMr. '114 Mirs;. ('. 1). Cox
atl four1 (4f thoir childrenl . IlouV r,
they are all niow oil thie road it) Io.
Mliss Othell Johnson also() hatts a
slight case of illt an(d is muthbtte'r
ait this writingp.
The school is still progressing and I
no0 ne0w Cases Of F l has tev eloped
fi'om i tese, as they kept Closely quiar
antined in order to keep school runl
Miss Virginia llarksd(ale spent thie
week-end in halturells with her mother.
Mrs. J. '. liiggins has been sick I
witi a Severe cold fotr tile past. week.
Mls. .I. it. lrailis visited Alts. Moore
anld Allss Thomas in Spartanburg for
Denth Iio Cross lill Soldier.
'ross lilli, 1"eb. I7.--'i'he first ilath
among the eilisted soldier1s from Cross
11111 occurred at Callp Jaclksol last. I
F'1iday tmioliing. when R)obert. S. Turn
e1. passed away after seven weeks' su
fering of ilnelilgitis. 1Ie was t.he on
ly -o1 of 'Mr. andi Mirs. itobert S. Turn
Or of this place aud his deat.l is a
great. Shock and grief to tile lleart
strickened parveits. ils mother iwas
with nitm (luring the last week of his
sickness and joined by the father be
fore tile end caime. The body, onclosed
in a casket wrapped in the colors of
the United States, twas brought to
Cross 11111 Saturday afternoon, accom
panied by an escort of soldiers and]
placed to filnal rest in tle old Baptist
Cemetery Sunday aftetriootn. Funeral
services were conducted at the home
by IRev. .Johnt1 G. ,Wiison, the family
pastor. Six young soldiers dressed ill
military uniforms who were recently
discharged from service acted as pall
bearers: John 13. Wharton, 1. (1. hill,
Mernest Boazman, Walter Turner, IHoyle
Coleman and Marskine W. Turner.
hobble Turner was 22 years of age
and is sutrvived by his l-arents and on-e
sister, AMiss Conili Turner, to whom
the deepest sympiathiy of the Comi
muiity goes out ini t~lende love and1(
comiipass linate sor'row. Th'le deceased
was a quiet, r'eserved, and~ inloffenisive
yountg man and1( was tile object of es
pecial hove and1( affectiontate care~l of
paren'1ts atnd sistor. WIle .he was 1not
called inito service 01n the battlleieds
or Frtance ite no( less sa('rificed hlis life
in tihe noble1 c'Iause into0 wiche his.
f11iaI liotr Itohll1 isade 1up of thos0e(
whol( gave their11 all to tile cauise of
wor'ld freedoml attd dlemtoracy 0on that
R ~tobrt S. 'iTt tnert.
LEMON JUICE IS
to clear antd whlitenl your1 skini.
Squteeze thle juice of two letmotns into0
a bottIe conltainl ing three oitne~s of
ortchtard while, shuake well, and1( you
ha~ve a (iuarter' lpint or tile best11 freckle
ltletr, at ver'y, ver'y smali cost.
Your grocetr has tile lemnons an~d any
dru'ig store otr toilet coun1ltr will su~pply
thriee ounces of orchtard white for ai
few cents. Massage this sweetly fra
grant lotiont into the face, neck. arms
ando handsi (each1 (lay atnd see howv
fr'eekles andl blemtilshes disappear' andl
htow clear', soft. ando wite thle skitn be
coties. Yes! It is hatrmless.
Citation for letters of Adlministration)1.
State of South1 Car'olinat,
County of Laurenis.
Hly 0. (1. Thlompson, Pr'obate Jutdge:
Whiereas Rt. h. Grtay madle suit to mne
to gr'ant him11 Letters of Administration
of te2'l~state and1( effects of Aniderson
Th'lese are thtet'efot'e, to cite and ad
monlish all andio singul Iar I thei kindrted
ad eeors 1SOf the said Antdersonl
1101ber1sOloniece'ased, lthat they -be and
apllpeat' be(fore tme, in I the Cour t of Pro
ba111, to he held at Laurt tens Conut
I louse,1' Lauren~ls. 5. C., (on theo 28lth (1ay
or ieua01tmry, 1919 ne 1 xt, art er pulica 1-.
tion1 hereof, atl II o'i bek in tile fore-.
noon,11 to sho0w 'atuso. if anty they ha1v(e.
Givenl underL' my hl~nd this itht day
of i'ebrutary Annuo l3 ii 1919.
3-2tA I .P .C
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Notice is hereby given that ian olec
ion, upon 'the question of entering in
-o a contract with the Reedy River
Power Co. for a period of ten years for
he supplying of electric power to the
3ity of Laurens for lighting and oth
3r opurpores, at the rate of 2 1-2 cents
)or kilowatt 'ho-jr per month, with a
'ninimnums paymncilt for montih of the
owest amlount due In any Ionth of
Irat six months of contract, :wIll be
icid in the City of Laurens on the
Ith day of March, A. 1). 1919.
The polling places and managers of
Aection are as follows:
For Ward One, at the Opera I-louse;
Mlanagers: Charles Hicks, John Smith
Ind Gilbert Tyler.
For Ward Two, at W. W. Martin's
Stable; Managers: H. AV. Martin, John
Dunninghamn and Jeff Chancy.
For Wtard Three, at Orr's Store;
\lanagers: Scott Teipllton, Erskine
lIlakely and W. P. Powers.
For \Vard Four, at Finney Ilotel;
Managers: George hlopkinis, J. M.
luinney and .lohnl IAtngston.
Forl Ward Five, at. llIcks' St4able;
lanagers: 11. M. Wolff. Hlenry Wriglt
tind Ed Htic(s.
For Ward Six, at the Citv Power Co.;
\ialagers: Phil Iluff, T. Mac IRoper
uI Erskinle Todd.
The polls will b opeled at Ihe houlr
it (iht o* i'clocl ill hev fortenloonl anl
'l .sed at thlie hou l oi fo u 'clock in
.\lI (eclors votigL ill favor of vn
er-ing into) suchl conirar.if. Shall deoposit.
nt the box provided Ihlrorl a ballot.
) which there mshall bev printed or
vri1,n tlhe words: "Shall the ('ity of
IaIIinS eitor into the con; tact. with
he Reedy ltiver Poweor Co. for Ile
rlchase of power for lighting anti
>ther pulposes of saiI town for a term1
>f ten y ears? Yes".
All electors voting against entering
nto such Contract shall deposit a bal
ot on which there slihall be printed or
vintten lie words: "Shall the City of
,aurens enter into the contract lwith
he Reedy Iliver Power Co. for the
mlrchalse of power for lighting and
ithe. purposes of said town for a term
if ten years? No."
No person shall be allowed to vote
t said election who has not. been reg
ilarly registered as an elector ac
'ording to law.
nooks of reg1istratIon for tle regis
eriing of voters will be opened by It.
Habb, Supervisor of Registration,
t his otlice lit Iaurens, South Caro
inn, on the 3rd day of February, 1919,
tnd shall remain open unill the 21st
lay of February, 1919, at the hour of
No Worms lin a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an un
icalthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as i
ule, there Is moto or less stomach disturbance.
;ROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
or two or three weeks will enrich the blood. imi
>rove the digestion, and act as a General Strength
ning Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
hrow off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
a perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
A Clean Ci
best makes of (
already low ori
ignore the barg
furnish. The si
Overcoat at a r
make it worth r
twelve o'clock noon, (when the saine tilicate of registration for this election tion shall make their return as to the
shall be closed. together with proof of residence of the result thoreof to the City Council of
The 'production of a certificate of applicant vthin tho limit of the City the City of IAurens as required by law.
registration froin the Bord of Regis- of JAlurens for four months preceding Dated this tho 3oth day of January,
tration of Uaurens County, entitling the date of this election and the pay- A. D). 19 19.
the a plicant to vote In the po lling ment of all taxes assee against hin C. N. BABB,
p~recinct within the Incorp~orate llimits due anid collectable for the previolus Al fesi Mayor.
of the 'City of ba4urejis, shall -be a con- fiscal year. J. It. WO1RKNAN,
dttion prerequisite to obtaining a cer- Tito managers conducting said clec- ity Clerkc41 Trrau'rer.
15 is geared to a joyhandout standard
every ha t just lnuavishes smokehappiness on
* . tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe--old or new!I
.Get it straight that what you've hankered for in
- pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty
in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality!
You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your
tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse
'f~gdrink when he's off the water!i Bite and parch are cut
11 A ~ out by our exclusive patented process !
You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat
the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a
seon inm theb P. smokepasture longer than you care
t *d re*is "andome pound and alf' pound tinluioraand|
R.eynodTobae.. R J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C.
More Days-But Don't Wait!
turday Night, February 22d.
t Clearance Sale of Winter Merchandise, in which the
~lothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies' Suits, Coats and Dresses,
Furnishings have been radically reduced from their
ginal prices. No home in the county can afford to
uins without regreting it.
td opportunity for returning Soldiers and Sailors to re
Locks are still capable of supplying you with a Suit or
eduction of from $5.00 to $10.00 over our regular
Your best move now is to consult your time and
ash Department Store