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* Local and Personal Menoti. *
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(ir. J. W. Anderson, of Waterloo,
'was a visitor In the city Monday.
Mr. and 'Mrs. F. 31. Sistrunk, of
Winnsboro, visited Mi's. Janic S. floyd
Mrs. Den Franklin, of Cokesbury,
spent several days last week with Mr.
and iMrs. Fleming 'Smith.
"Jenks" Clary, who is attending 11.
M. I., spent the week-end in the city
Mr's. J. It. Little is spending this
week In Columbia -with her daughter,
Mrs. T. 1). Darlington, of Charleston,
arrive(d in the city severfil days ago to
spend some time with relatives.
Mr. Hicks Owings is again at hi
post as deputy sheriff after having re
ceived his discharge from the army.
Mr. Otis Huff has returned to 0,
city after having been in the ciem ical
service of the army at Nashville, Tenn.
-Mr. Edward A. .Stevenson Is again
hack at. his- place at the Wells Clardy
Company after having receivedl his
diseharge from the navy.
Mr. andi Mirs. C. It. Moseley, Carlos,
Jr., andI little Miss Helen spent the
week-end in the city with Mr. and Mrs.
C. I). Moseley.
Mr. Jack McCravy - spent several
days in Columbia last week, having
gone down to get his discharge from
further work in Uncle Sam's army.
Mr. J. G. Sullivan is hard at work
again after being operated upon and
then recuperating for a week or two.
1Ils friends are glad to know that he
Mr. A. G. Ilart, of Greenville, was a
a visitor in the city several days last
week, having recently gotten his dis
charge from the hospital where he was
undergoing treatment for gas wounds
received in France.
Mr. J. 11. Fuller, of Mountville, was
in the city Monday, having come up
with his son, Rev. E. A. Fuller, to send
his wife to Baltimore for surgical
ireatiment. Rev. Fuller accompanied
her from here and Mr. Fuller returned
home with Mr. E. A. Adams, who
brought them up In his automobile.
Mr. Willis -ludgens, of WiHliamston,
is spending some time in the city with
his brother, Mr. JT. N. Hudkens, and
sister, Mrs. A. G. Irhy. This is the first
visit -Mr. Iludgens has made to Lau
rens in forty-five years and he is
greatly surprised at the growth of
Laurens in that time.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crews, of Al
lanta, and Mr. and Mrs. .lno. W.
Crews, of Columbia, spent a few days
this week 1with their parents, Mr. and
IMrs. w. T. Crews. Mr. Theodore
Crews has recently returned from
France. heing a member of the Rinory
(Ga.) hase Hospital No. 43, and as
soon as he was mustered out. at Camp
Gordon, he came on here to see his
New Fixtures Arrive.
The new fixtures for the Wharton
Clothing Store, wvhich is one of the
new Laurens business houses, arrived
bland~ay morning andl carpenters have
been husy since then in putting them
in. The plans for the newv store
showv that it will be one of the most
ibeau tiful andl modernly eqlu i pped in
this section. Mr. C. C. Wharton camne
over from Greenwood Monday morn
ing and assisted In getting the store
in order. Whl ie here he staled that
the store would he formally opened for
business within a few days( although
goods have been sold in a limited way
for the past several wveeks.
Rev. E. A. HIoller htereniedl.
R1ev. E. A. holier was called to Rock
Hill1 last week to lhe at the bedside of
his father, Vnpt. A. D). Iholier, who
spassed away Monday mornIng. Captl.
11oller was 79 years of age, a memuber
at the Methodist chuiirch andi Ma sonic
ordler and a pirominent citizen of that
city, Ills death followed a fall which
lhe had several weeks before in which
he fractured his hip. The biurial ser
vices were held in Rock l11ll.
OPERA HOUSENr FEr
* CLINTON NEWS. *
Clinton, April 8.--irs. Pet Fouche
spent last -week with her sister, Mrs.
J. W. Copeland, Jr.
'Messrs. Barney Parrott, John Little
and William King returned last week
from 'Camp .ackson after getting their
Mrs. J. F. Jaycobs, Jr., delightfully
entertained the Knitting Club last Fri
(lay morning. A delicious salad
course and Iced tea were served the
following guests: S1esdames .las. 11.
Copeland, T. D3. Copeland, .J. \V. Cope
land, Jr., W. 11. Owens, Jr., Qyrus
Bailey. John T. Young, Pet Fouche, T.
Ii). Jacobs, .1. F. Jacobs, 'Sr., \V. P.
Jacobs. Thornwell .Jacobs, of Atlan
lia, Dellohan and .Miss Clara Duckelt.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Thornwell Jacobs, of
Atlanta. spent several days last week
with Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Jacobs, Sr.
Mrs. W. 11. Owens, Jr., and Billy are
spending the week in Bishopvile a' itII
Mr. and Mrs. W. 'M. S'cott.
Mrs. Jas. it. Frazier and son, of
Illairs, are the guests of her parents,
Mir. ind Mrs. Ihett Copeland.
Mir. and 'irs. .1. F. Jacobs, Sr.. and
.\iss Clara Duckett entertained at a
lovely reception last Wednesday even
ing in honor of Mr. and Mrs. 'i'hos. ).
Miss Evie Lewis spent the week-end
Niss Louise P)itts, of Columbia Col
lege, spent the week-end 'wIth her
parests, Air. and Mrs. J. NT. Pitts.
Mr. and Mrs. J.. C. Harper and Ruth,
and #Dr. W. C. Ilarper, of Spartanburg,
spent Sunday in town with friends.
Mrs. Will Leake spent several days
last week in Union, with 'Mrs. Eh
Mr. Jno. Thornley spent Sunday Is
Pickens with his mother.
'Mrs. A. B. Galloway Is spending
several days in Abbeville.
\Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Henry entertain
ed a number of friends at a lovely
party on Tuesday evening in honor
of Mr. John W. Little, who has just
returned from overseas.
An Enjoyable Party.
The graduating class of the laurens
high school will have several pleasant
occasions to put In their "memory
books", and among these was the pound
suppIler at the home of Miss 'Sara Saxon
last Tuesday night. Sandwiches,
pickles, cakes, fruits, cnndy and de
lightful cream were scrved by the
hosteSs. Those who were present and
enjoyed the party were Miss Love, the
well-liked teacher of the eleventh
grade, and Misses Pauline Clark, Sara
Bishop, Ruth Riddle, Mattle Sue Wof
ford and Sara Saxon and Messrs. W1l
liam Anderson, Bloyd Ray Lawson and
Pinckney Simmons, members of the
Two Prize Winners.
H-elen Jesmer, lwho has caplturedl
several prlizes5 In aesthetic (lancing, is
seen in tihe ne0w Douglas Fairbanks
produnction "Boundl( in Mlorocco," a
thiril ling story of AlgIers, which will
lbe shown at the Opora I louse next
Mliss .lesmer is oneC of the harem
girls who interpr~iets a famous Arabian
dance. Anot her interesting girl in thle
sainle cast is Alllred Lee, who won
lhc Ileau ty and Brains contest recent -
ly 'ondiuctedI by thle Photoplay Mlag
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I AM a Gift of Science, marking another step forward in the progress of the human race.
I, HAVE revolutionized the old methods of furnace I SAVE you moncey by heating your whole house with
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I NEED but one register to heat all your home, be rooms with stoves. rhousandcs of my friends say I save
it three rooms or eighteen, thoroughly and evenly, up- one-third to one-half. I burn coal, coke, wood, lignite
stairs and down. I am, therefore, as suitable for your or gas.
old house as for a new one. Just a corner in your cellar I AM built by expert workmen who "live" thieirjobs
for me and my fuel and a place above for my register. in the home of the oldest and largest makers of warm air
I AMnowheaingmor thn 50000othr hmes asfurnaces. I am sold by several thousand of the leading
wel AMo hundreds ores tanes,0fctris0n otherea dealers throughout the country. Both my makers and I
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draw in through the outer section of my register the reaht saway, af mony Williou cavsae md cancm
cool air my heat displaces. This is re-heated, purified oneh aay, withou mstallaiong your rsentl eating
by my fire and sent forth again to add to your' comfort. arangementhotitrups.orpesn etn
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-running water purifies itself, so my method of circulating log telling all about pipeless heating in general and me in
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Citattioni for' Letters of Adlmilnistratimon Ic ntefrnot hwcue
State of SouP Carolina,
County of Laurens. i4 to hudntb iaie
y 0. (. Thoinson, Probate Judge: iTi
Wheret(as .JanieII S. ltoydi madeit suit toof piAno otni1)
me to grant her Letters of Admninistr a- fw T n r o ha
Iion of the r istate and effects of .lohn o f n A J y bo
C Hoyd, dieceasedi.C' Ihv bogtteLu nsP sig
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and creditors of the sid John C. loyd gtti, tl evenly onk
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