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Alr. 13. W. Weathers, of Fountain
Inn, was a visitor In the city yesterday.
.lessrS. S. S. Farrar' and S. J. Rasor,
1:ominent citizens of Al ouitville, were
Visitors inl (he city .\londay.
Mir. W. F. .ledlock, of the Fountain
iit conuiuiniity, was a visitor ill
A I r. W. 1;. l'ad2et1, of Saluda, has
retirnied Ioll'e after spendilng a few
( ys % il 1 11 i. daulhte', A1r%. L. l .
.\r. W. C.. Wilson ha returnetd from
Northern mal 1s after purchasing anl
lp)-to-date line of spring anld sumuer
Alri'. A. W. Trot ter left AMonday for
her home in sevierville, T1elnn., after
visiting her idaughters here, .\lrs. C. I.
.1lieks and .lMis. it. Blrooks Childress.
ir-. and .\lrs. W.,'T. Pace, Dr. and
3iris. P". C. Itodgers anid Mirs. Festus
Curry, of (ray 'C'ourt, Were visitors in
the city Alionday.
Aliss AN.kay I.lackwell, io is attiid
Ing Winthrop Colege, spent the week
011(1 In tle city vith hierI, pa'arents, Mr.
aild Ats. L'. It. Blackwell.
.\ J.. .1. \ . A 1by aind little son,
.Mack", aririved in (lie city Sunday
from Suiter, 'where they have been
visiting for soie time.
Alrs. ILste r Kilight, of Portismouth,
Va., Is, vis iting her irents, .\lr. anld
irs. C. 11. Rloper. Alr. Knight. joiled
lier here Sundaliy but has returled to
Air. alnd \ts. 11. J. liland, of Sumter,
have arrived in tihe city to be near' the
bedside of Ars. Bland's father, .ilr.
Alari. B. Il'ole, who was carried to the
hospital Ifo' treati meit Mlonday.
Ailr. G. 1'. Jenkinis, of Greenwood, twas
in tle city Monday in the Interest of
the Wharton Clothing Comupany, which
opens h1er1e w%'ithlin a few weeks. le
was accomiulied by Mr. 11. S. DiotieI,
a traveling salvsian.
Ar. W. .\lace ltangston and little
som of Chirlotte. N. C., Spent two or
three days wi With Ni'. IAingston's father,
Air. J. T. Liangston. They returned to
their home yesterday.
William G;ray, 11. K. Humplhries and
t'ililat AeCuen, accompaniled by a
couple of Wofford friends, J. 1). Par
ler aid Te( Laiuce, spent lie weeik
en(d in the city with their parents.
Mr. 1C. M. IBurgess, of this city, went
to Paeolet this week to attend m. fam
1l' reunion at his Iother's home, oc
casioned by the visit of another Son,
,ir, Walter Hurgess, of Battle Creek,
Alich., twIo wilth his wife, 'weie on a
vi. ' to tile old home.
Goo. latson, of UGreeiville, was a
visitor inl tle city yeste(rday. Mr. Bat
son or '"1rgt. Hatsonl. wasi a member
of the 1utiIler Guards aid only a few
(lays ago disimlelies mentioned the fact
that he had been honorably ment ioned
in oriders by (en. Pershing.
DI)r. It. M. 11lhes returned to the
city Sunday after anl enjoyable oivet
ing of te Tri-State Aledical Associa
eleted secr et ary at tl t reasureri of thle
alSsoei:,t i. :m honor lie hais hldlf tot'
aii number of yearis.
alrea'~dy let foir hiie. Ilis mia~ny
fr'iends wili he. Clad toi se' himu again
and he(art himi talk,.
I-lent. Roy A\. littl, of thle av51 'iain
ser'vice. ha2 *' n: '' 2''2ne i fe : ' 2
in Ih' uhy .' his' t'r.1 u'r:. b. A.
*1aiite ha\. u: in:' 2nl 2222 ally relurn
from m.li2i!!1; 's 'h
air~u 'e vc -2.lib0 h i s ti nking..1
~'f~L. I' .\Iar 2, 1 r. ilt 22 tIll ha1i1 h-ulI 2
fileratioperfrno- mo l:he. (;haen
bie 1142 1'' - 'h. ord! 211 .ne1, -
fully v . I h:' 2'i i I Ii re'
Tlieut. .ii: (' TI.bl. ef the:ul'
Infantry:, 2pent Sinlay in the' ety w ithi
his parliin '' 2. ind Al rs. .1. W. Todfd,
jieult. 'eTld tl rirnedu e ithi his r'egitment.
fromt Frni ota 1 (2101ftw(eek aguo a til
sinc thenIl (I han bee a2C 1t -(''am .11)acieksont
while lthe troops were'~ bing demtiob
II ze.d. (Capt. 11ich1ey, w ho Is also in
I le sami tioieglinentci , is still ait Campt I
Jackson, [lothi Otlli's expct to COmle
110me1 for' good withlin a few dlays.
Opesn ItusI ness in (wotumbinu.
Alessrs. Tho I 1V3 Huye'1rt, Edw~'in ('.
LtfnS an ti.I ( li idri'ek, all formieir
ref'ghletts of thIiis Iplace and favo t'ably
kntown itn buisjiness firfles, have boitghit
the~ fontrzollinug initereost in the (ouni
lila Grain ;'il ProvfiViont (omnpany', ofi
Coitlumbi. m2,1. wil ItakIe charitge of thle
concernt ill he capitalIz'edl at $100O,000,'t
beig oine of the1 largest of Its klid In
the state. (Ualt. I,tieas, who recently
r'eelvedlI his (d~ischarge fiom the arm'ty,
TBundrickel, vIce pridenh~lit and 'Xli. Swy
or't Beorntary and irnnaurer.
COLOREJ.D SOLDIRE1S ARtlUVE,
Gronip of Mien of the 871st Infantry,
llended by I'rivate Willie P'osj 1oole
inl a Stetg 11e1e1 Arrived in Town
Witli Private Willie Poss Poolo inl
tle vanl wearii ng, a 'rea l steel lielmct, i
grotip of nitneteen color~ed solier.''
InIeliers of the ::i1st infanltry 'ieb
:aw hard fighting ill lrance, arriveil i
ol the ilnidday tiain ol.nday and were'
given anl enthlusiastic rveeptionl by Vi
izens of lite tow ni, btlh Ilite and Col
ored. All of tIle Inep, with tile exet
Hion of .lohn Ymlig, who wes in Caipt.
Richeiy's -rontpany, were inemlb"-r:. or
C'o. 1). ('apt. -\. (I. Thllur1-ionld, .whi..ch
collipally 'rivate Poole said wv'
tylIed the "lell Figihters". Soon af
teri their arrival here the 111011 dispers
(d to till he irto es to sIe their reltivc .
Afler grlting his father. and 11111hIr
Private l'oole repaired to one of lth
colored reslatttants of tile cit y wii re
he had ordered a big dinner by wirt
fromt Coluinnbia. Private P'ool"., who
has kept in touch with hit;is friends here
both lithlough thei newspaper.; and by
lellor to his friends, was the etier
of inaty groups Monday, while he told
of his exievinces dealing with te
Cernans. Tuesday morning he return
ed and was again plied wtih iliuet ions
htI the veoai exertiois of th (iy be
fore had done for him moctre han Ilhe
Germtall had done, for ills voice had
almltost entirely forsaken hitm. lie
could searcel i)lak above a whisper.
In Co. 1) wetrc five Colored soldiers
frot Laurens who gave uji Ihelir lives
in defense of teit countl'y. Anotg
their probably tile btest known was
Willis Caline, who formerly was a
trusted eilploye of Clardy & Wilson.
Willis was a first sergeant in ils eom
pany and fell while leading his co'mt1
rades In a terrifle attack upon th Ger
lians. Sergeant. Caine was No. 210 in
(he draft list, being the first nI l
drawIn it thte draft in tlls countly. '1
repoter for this paper henr someone
ask te .now d ecased soldier shotly
after til1' draft 1111111iter we' 'Itn
nouliced how he felt about being d r. La
first. "Weli, Ie said. "somebody inutst
go and] if night as well be mne!" Other
ieibers or this comipany frot I u
rens killed in )atitle iwere Vance 1111
son, iirakle Pulley, Jackson Allen and
1leshies John Young, already vli
tioned, the following came on the
Stobo Aills, 'Elugene Johnsotn, Will
Young, Eutgenc' Philsoni, Kid Wil ims,
Anderson Sitllivan, Williant Anderson,
F.chwood Andersotn, Jim Anderson,
leuben Brown, 11tuber Fber, .ohn An
dirs lol)obert Washington, Artihur
Ferguson, WIllie Wright, 'Milton .John
son, Jim Wililians, Poss Poole.
Dleath of S. E. linn1ter.
S. M'. I lunt er, a brother of 'Messrs.
Mills and 1I. Ilatipon lunter, or this
city, died inl an Atlanta hospital S!tt
tlrday ilorning after an1 operalion vor
appendliitis. Mir. Ilunter, who was
about 1.1 years of age, had been SIe
el'ssflly elngaged int thle htardwaril
butsiliess in Green'Iwoodt fot' lte Vls
out itis bi nesst'~ 11 in t'tsts. Intttern' tt
I t rtt i 11at1 Woodtir"ff, Ali(ly 1 1" rning.
.\ib': ihjIo. andt littlie liihl alt' also
huied ht tere'. 'l1ide h1is twol brollwr.
Oe'ar lunter,. ofI Ora, and1 two ''I-'
I Il''iir'lle ill Jutf i'.
.\l: I '''. 'i;h i lt. ent rtai n i . tilh
aIV A.e ll l \ '. n lt's.na t IX L. b E ' '
AIr s T. 01 ' I' . lndri it of S-a rce
.ill te htm tLioejaoli , Ationt
:(' d iphri.d t h I'al entir(5
lI ain e l b y AlIot .\lar tirie . .'' ':It
Dentri, S 14r..t ; re lis 1.' - o
.l. ('. it lli (, a ylts. h a T . '.\ . ( ' hlwel.
J0. F', samon, K~rs ofrn Rosm on
Card From Mr. Dial.
Hkitor The Advertiser:
Kildly allow ne space to say a fow
'words to the public abotIt the proposed
contract betweenl Reedy tiver Power
Company and (lie Ciiy of 1aurens. At
diftreit tiles we have noticed edi
torials in your pair aint I a 1n1 sorry
hatl the public doesi no> u iea r.-daltl
hilly all thO d tal of 11hi: comlraml
I liear ) by only o dim til I t in
f'Ornultlioni P ;amy bo amnlie ig.
IvId. Th' iaCIts ai ( ioi low., to g'o ill
to dctail ind I wollt he ;.ail w i lI
the s is j fat e lirt li il m.a
l it Clhllbi r of in V i;, o it ( ru il Lo i i e it
s their coi ( I 'm, II l C tli., i.y
ne nr to look ur1(1111l'or i o O I nili -
tier. llowever, if' anyon Is mi ' aal
iteis hI ii own fa et a1w a co iipis
had man y pbid' mdini..
f thtr lon; consIilltaio, ai gro11s dkl
of iniforil. ioit ity t illd hboit Ilhc
cost of, genderioncrn aftr an ille City
finally ilade ftcn' h ier Ico itl I t I
propositiotn which it vecvinleg , jub) -
jo to raif ation ).y ',oe of 1he peo
1)10. This or: isacct is l1ll tietell as
thei( power company wotuhqi ie dt. I
ilise allyway, and so is this oe; and
we thou'ght. by accepting thle City's of
fer that no fai*riinded p-rsoni could
ttol (p13' nll. Tile City hIs a 'ayor and
six aldil)ieen to look afiter its interves,
and certainily these, gentllmelt have
been1 very dlix. ilt this respe t.
The ioswer company aheii eiell t ril
CseVd abOIt forIl Oh foOie ito Ia
SpLeedy vote withot giving them time
to get fIlliy posted. There's no just I -.; p,
1lrytred fore this n usation heause nhe
power Company did nIo fix thte- dat o
ection an t hlvi ii * I of tie kind, in
fact had nothing- to do with theo details
of this arrangenlnt. Fud r t hoea r nr,
the gieat.rStnylitizen ca obtati all
lle facts necessary to kilow approxi
mnately what the power will cost withl
1in 21 hours 01s well ias wih iiwelve
tmonths. All Ithat I. llnessary to oe
is to tuern oin ll Oe strlt lihlts and
rtil theme i hobr tnie m nltiply by
the hours in tile night and that will
Show whal. It will cosi t for ole day, al
so 11ur,1 onl the plunpaI~ and run11 theml
one lhourli and the oeeres e know about
the nuimber of hours they ptimp in a
day, therefore, that quantity can he
easily ascertyined. No on v mwould
know the exanct l iuantity that would be
is'd ib an individthal at their homes
becauise this -would vary each nlight;
however, the variance would not be
very great. Still it would make no
differenice whether this amlloiit was
ascertained or Inot, because tihe more
the pieople i-ould conusmie, the more
prollt thie 'imn 'would ia1ke. I e
sides, there has been Some Comment
about te present. ilI , not being in
good ropair. The fats are, when .wv
entered Into this agrevileent. thie Power
Company did not. have a meter ,bu
Ordered oe which has not. yet coe.i'ito
We asked (the C'1ty to Just keep nceouni
of the colnlmI 1 1t io of currelit, and we
are informed it has beeln testin" its
IWethav n.ted If t's men
line sm ci'ies 'harI 7iii perl iK.i \\.
lhlu' an1 s me10 ndot'Cdftern
pri'''l Isi'iinotln withnlhehoer
pric the City shou I etail' 'urren
:it. \\' ag eed to wli l ' to a te C iy ;
"r to ii"the ei omtany ethtl the
Why Wish d a n
Note wide cup boord -
by part illons~ or - -
cubby hiols ..--- -_ ---
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This is "HOOSIE R BE AUTY"
The National Step Saver
SEE THIS MODERN KITCHEN HELPER.
A visit to our Hoosier Department will be well worth your while.
You'll see how more than a million women do an hour's work in thirty
minutes--how they save miles of steps and sit restfully v; iile preparing
YOUR HOOSIER AWAITS YOU!
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
o u' e to Watahingwton to assa h
" moser"a l .n ~bnl uta
S. .. & E.:. Ii. C!o..,:. ( CO.
Cf tt . it 0111 Col ti j I'fll.y.\s.so~bc
(l in th u i ilii ii.1 111 pecnt Y u Itodc
of I r , . ('. ;I a
ii lititiu i lv
\I O f It idti n t i . .j.-. -
I llyit anil- :m :I un I hl a;t~ i b -r of
\I Iti' os :llno tt th' ii i . \. At r.1 ~
al N pu if ~i l b l''l uatl Ii
1rt, 191.nr I
sy etin ei baeua Ot a bl nte w rd ste c la ut i r sit su
rni, (1 riy of t tie jtra ter
A.l.l fl lwh n tts mssnror wotn )'
rnsicou t i o t.~i u i
of At le l, illh Felt. 8, I Itt 8t-2fA f ] LA /..~ ' % llJ(;ln
-nyoe(1 o lno suve of n ~ c o W ~ ')'V~~ t ,: ,
of-- 91.Si oOJ waicnee to1I iixinw jh I I'' ii ~ 'Slh ot
Enared Pothitj 1910. '~**
Terms f sale CashTPur.hser t
Pfihetro ae Faes j olplied
La hens if. C es . '