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* Local and Personal Meuntion.
Miss Flora Bennett spent the week
end in Rpartaiburg with friends.
Mrs. J. A. Bailey, of 'Clinton, 'was
shopping In the city last Thursday.
*Miss Rastus Cooper,'of Greenville,
spent the week-end switlh. Aiss Mittie
Mrs. A. C. *McLes and little child
of Clinton, spent last Thursday in the
Miss Grace Logan, of Ware Shoals,
visited Nlis: }ary Wilkces several (lays
Miss Clautde Gray, of Gray Court,
is the guest. of Misses Annie Delle an'
Mirs. .1. NI. Lea anld little son, James,
Jr., are visiting Mr*. ILea's mother,
Mrs. 10lla Riddle.
Mr. D. 11. Counts spent several days
in Atlanta last week, where he went
to buy a car load of mules.
*Miss Jennie )can Bishop, of Spar
inhttirg, spent the week-end with the
Misses Caldwell and other friends.
Mr. Claude E. Parker spent the
week-end in the city with Mrs. Parker
at the home of Mr. W. R. Richey.
lr. L. ii. Roper is out again after
being quite sick for several days at the
home of his son. 'Mr. C, II. Roper.
Mrs. A. W. Cockrell, Jr., of Jackson
ville, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. J.
P. Simpson, on East Main Street.
Miss Pauline Nelson left last week
for Greenville, where she has accept
ed a position with a large department
Miss Elizabeth Cockrell, of Con
verso college, spent the week end in
the city as the guest of Miss Annie
Tieut. T. C. Bolt left Wednesday for
Richmond, where lie will join the
forces which will go out to advertise
the Fifth Liberty Loan campaign.
'Misses Martha Franks, Alpha Bolt
and Mildred 'Counts, who are attend
Ing Winthrop college, spent the week
end in the city with relatives.
Mrs. 'lerman Ressler and little Le
nora, of Asheville, 'N. C., are spending
several days with Mrs. Kessler's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. h'llompson.
Mir. J1. N. Wright received a cable
gram several days ago stating that his
son, Capt. J. N. Wright, Jr., ih on the
waters coiiing home. ils imaliv
friends will be glad to receive him
Miss Lillian Allen, one of the teach
ers of the graded schools, reelved the
sa(d intelligence of the death of her
father in Washington last week and
left Sunday for IUendersonville, where
the funeral took place.
Miss Sue Dean returned yesterday
from Greenville. where she -was Called
last. week to attend the funeral of her
father, Dr. Frank Dean, who 'was for
many years a prominent dentist of
Mr. Cliff Bahh, of Greenville, visited
relatives and friends in the city last
week. Mr. Bahh, who is now living in
Greenville, found it necessary to take'
a short vacation after v'ery close con
finement to his duties (luring the sol
The friends here of Mir. TP. TH. Nel
son, ~'ho has been working for the
Louisville & Nashville railroad at
South Louisville, Ky., will he interest -
edl in his transfer to the office at West
Mrs. James F. Toibert andl little
grandson. JlamteJ.arc expected in
the city3 in a day or two from. Canada,
wvher'e Mrs. TPolher't ha~is been spendling
some time since the dleath of her
dlauighter. LtAtile .Ja mes will make ihis
home wvith his grand-parents here
Miss Susie Langston and 'Mr. D~oug
las Biryson wer'e mnarried March 7t.
Rev. .T. B. Williams officiating. Mr.
Bryson is one of Maddien's up-to-dlate
farmers. and Mrs. Bryson is the ac
c'ompilished (laughter of Mr. and Mr's.
'P. 5. It'ngston. Their many friends
wish themi mutch happiness and pros
Sonmc mnlbmnder'standing having aris
en in reference to the pr'oposed con
tract between Reedy River Power
C'omnpan' and the City of Laurens, T
have been requested 'to call a meeting
of the citizens in the Court House Frl
day night, the 21st inst., at 8 o'clock
sharp. I hope that every voter and
every tax itnyer, and the public at
large, will attend said meeting and be
prepiared to make any suggestions and
ask any question they may desire.
Lights will be turned off for one
minute ii 7:"0 to remind you of the
N. TI. DIAL.
The Pe ( Tt'on Racket buyer's, L~. TO.
Burns, B. 10. Thompson. of Laurens,
and 3. C. Burns, of Greenwood, are
now in '' 'vrkets scr't"hing for spe
eial val" " ini sprins and summer
goods for their chain of stores, and
you cat' -"k on ,1hi" h'unch if any
thing ge- " "' he found they will get
It, Wah-h Fed Iron Packet stores
for barr "" this year.
IMPORTANT TO SOLDIERS. I
[nformation as to How they May Ob.
tain Sixty Dollars 11onu1s.
A number of inquiries have been
nade as to the bonus of $60.00 coming
to discharged soldiers, and how to ob
tain the same. From the Informa
tioin gathered, the proceedure to ob
tain. same Is given below, which rules
must be observed In every respect.
If not the papers will be returned for
correction. The pay warrants will be
issued in the same order in wvhich the
claims are filed and .with the number
to be paid it will likely be several
months before it reaches all.
1st. Soldier writes a letter, stating
his service since April 6th, 1917.
2nd. State the date of his last dis
:rd. State his present addiress so
hat the clecks may be mailed to
111h. 10n.elose discharge cortificate
or military order' for discharge, 01'
bo)I, if both have been lssu'ed. A ceoe
tifled copy of the original disoharge
will not be accepted. The original
dishelirige will be returned.
5th. Mail to Zone Finance 0111!c,
Washington, D. C.
C. A. Power.
A very pretty wedding wias solemn
ized L Friday evening at the hoie on
North i Harper street of 'Mr. and Mirs.
A. 11. Burns, when their daughter,
Miss Aille Belle Burns, became the
bride or Theodore 11. Sumerel, a young
business man of the city. The bridal
party entered the parlor as the wed
ding march was plyed by Mrs. W. A.
Morehead, of Goldville, the bride be
ing attended by her rister, Mrs. Fred
Ii. Walker, as dame of honor, and Miss
lelen Sumerel, sit er of the bride
groom, as maid of honor. The groom
was attended by William Bailey, nwho
acted as best man, the parfy being
preceded by t-wo little candle-!1earers,
M. Walker and Frances Putnam. The
ceremony was said by file Rev. C 11.
Vermilion, (if this city. -Irfor to the
rendition of the wedding maren), "Ti'
I Were a Pose" vas swe-tiy sting by
Mrs. Reeder Workman, of Clinton. A
large company of friends and relatives
were present for tile marriage and fol
lowing tile ceremony refreshments
were served. The bride is an attrac
tive and popular woung woman, and
is teaching in the Fleimuijg school, a
few miles north of the city. 'Mr. Sum
eral was recently given his holorable
discharge at Camp Jackson, and ik
now engaged in the automobile bus -
iess in Laurens.
New Library looks.
The following new books have been
revelved for the library:
"The Four Horsemen of the Apo
"I) the Heart of a 1Pool."
"The Nigger of tie Narcissus."
"Tile Zeppelin's Passenger."
"The Heart of Nami-San."
"The Magnificent Ambersonl."
"Tarzan of the Apes."
"The 'Retuirn of Tiarzan."
"Maggie of Virginsbur'g."
The dlues are 10 ceints per month.
Theire aire 110 additional chlarges to
reCad thlese new book1s.
Nor'woodl Actinig P'ost master'.
The Lauriens post omice beiing teml
p)Orar'ily w1ith1out a diirecting hleadi on
aLccounlt of tihe death of' Postmaster
Clardy, Mr. D. M. Nor'wood, assistant
postmIlaster,' has bleen inistriucted from
Wasingtonl to assume tile duities unil
tile vacancy hlas beeni filled.* Tihe
[Laurenis piost offiice comeIs under' (lie
classifleatlonl of the civil sei'vice whlere
compietit ive examination to (tlii the
posit ion mulst lbe hleld, thouigh no0 ordele
to that. eff'eet has yet bieen i'eceived
here. Tt is understoodl thlat ther'e will
1)e a nulllme of ap iplications foi' thle
place which pays a salary of $2,.i00
C'apt. Utiche(y to~ Make A ddress.
Capt. W. 1i. 'lhichey will lectui'e at
1ltlekoi'y TPavern school Wednlesday
nlighlt, Mardh 19. Capt. Richey wvill
tlus some011 of 1his overseas eixperi
LEMONS WHITEN AND
BEAUTIFY THE SKIN
Alake this beauty lotion cheaply for
youmr face, nueck, arms and hmandsi.
At the cost of a small jar of ordlinary
coldl cream one ca~ pre'paro at full
puarter' pint of the lost wonderful lo
mon skin softener' nd comp~lexIon be
antifier, by 5(queezil g the juice of two
fresh lemons into/a bottie..conltaining
thmree ounces of ch d1hite. Car'e
should1( he takenl train the jiice
through a fine h so no lemon pulp
gets in, then this lotion will keel) freshl
for' mlonthsi. iMvery . woman knows 1I..
mlonl juice is' used to bIechCI and re0
move~' such bleishes10 as fr'eckles, sal
lowneOss and tan andi is tile idecal skin
softener, whlitfener andi beautifier.
Just try it!* Get three ounces of or
chord wite at any drug store and
two iemonlS fu'om tile grocer andl mako
uo a (luarrter' pint of this sweetly fra
granlt lemonl iotion and massage it
daily 11110 tihe face, neck, arms and
haun/ts. it is marvelous -to. amoofnen
rotihh rod hands.
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( OF ) N%
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money as the "cheaper" kind are usually sold for.
Don't delay---buy yours now, while the line is complete and receive the benefits of the
full season's use.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & COMPANY
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