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Enoree, April 21.-The beautiful
Easter was much enjoyed in Enoree.
Two services held in the church. Rev.
D. L. Betts of Wofford College preach
ed to the folk in the morning. Every
body seemed delighted with the ser
mon. The choir had prepared some
appropriate music which was well
rendered both morning and evening.
Lovely Easter flowers were in evi
dence. The congregations were good.
The Methodist pastor preached in the
Dr. Irby has been spending a few.
days at his home in :Laurens, a little
itydisposed. lie returned to his place
here today, apparently in good shape.
Miss Nannie Simpson spent the
week-end twith honefolks I en VPros
perity. Miss Nannie Is our efficient
and thorough -going school su)erin
tendent and wellfare worker.
Mr. Frank Moore, a discharged sol
dier, has acce)ted a situation 'with
Whitmire-Bryson Co. There are none
more clever than Frank, and he is
quite a favorite with the young ladies.
The Methodists of Enoree charge
are organizing for the big missionary
centenary drive which will begin on
the 18th of lay and continue for
'rhe absence of -Mr. L. L. Clifford, for
a few days last week excited the curl
osity of some of his friends, they
thinking that possibly he had fallen
into a snare and passed into a new
realm. What everybody says is not
always true. He is still a tangible
asset of the club.
Miss Bessie Moore, who teaches at
"You do Ilo
with those C
At last Daddy has f<
for near and far vision.
No longer does he
ing glasses--or awkward
time he wants to see disi
does he fuss with two pa
lowger does he wear ti
with their unsightly sear
Like many thousan
Daddy has found eye..gla
in KRYPT OKS (pronorni
are now young in lobks
Inman, spent the week-end with home
folks here. We are always glad t<
see Miss Bessie in our midst.
The many friends of Mr. L. Huff are
sorry to know that lie is quite sick
but are glad to know that there are
signs of improvement at this writing
Mr. Huff is a long time resident of
iFnorec and is much loved.
Miss Mary E. Barksdale, -one of
Laurens' most charming young ladies
and principal of the .Hillville school
treated her children to an Easter egg
hunt last Friday afternoon. Of course
they had a big time.
- The improvements in the village ge
steadily on. In addition to a thor
ough renovation of the old cottages
elght' or ten new up-to-date homes are
either in process of erection or have
'Mr. Robert Graham is a jovial and
congenial, adjunct to the society of
the younger people of our town.
Mr. Tom Alverson, a discharged sol
dier, has reopened business at his old
stand. Mr. Niles Gentry, who has
been occupying his store-room, has
bought and fitted u-p a store-room
Rev. J. K. Iallman, a formeri Meth
odist pastor, spent a night in our
town last week, greeting and being
greeted by old friends.
Ar. Willie Stroupe, recently dis
charged from service, is spending a
few days here with his mother.
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood, im
prove the digestic, and act as a General Strength
cuing Tonic to th i whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispei the worms, and the Child will be
in perfect healti.. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
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STATE MILITIA REOIMEITS
TO BE REVIVED
idjutant General Plans to Organize
New Companies at Anderson, Pel
zer, Laurens, Hartsville, Darling.
ton, Camden, Fort Mill, Hock Hill.
Columbia, April 21.-To recruit the
State's reserve militia to two com
plete regiments, which will mean the
organization of eight more companies
in the State, Is the aim of Adjutant
General W. W. Moore, who had a con
ference Saturday with Mlajor W. D.
Workman of Greenville, iwho it is un
derstood, will be one of the leaders in
the re-organized National Guard, and
these and other military leaders for
the State are endeavoring to get as
many former National Guardsmen as
possible into the reserve militia, that
South Carolina may have a strong
foundation for a future permanent
The new' companies which are to
be organized are to be in the towns
of Anderson, PeIzer, Laurens, Harts
ville, Darlington, Camden, Fort Mill
and Rock Hill. Adjutant General
Moore held a conference with Major
Workman immediately on his return
Saturday from a leave, which he spent
at his home in Greenville. 'Major
Workman will be discharged from the
army at Camp Jackson in a fe wdays.
He was a major in the 118th Infantry,
prior to its recent demobilization.
These eight new companies, with
the companies now in existence at
Orangeburg, 'Sumter, Cheraw and
Florence, will compose the second
regiment for this State. There is now
a flrst regiment, composed of 12 iwell
organized reserve militia companies,
of which the 'Columbia company is
one. The organization of the new
companies will be perfected as soon
as possible, and the aim will be to
have two complete regiments of re
serve militia, to form the basis of the
re-organized National Guard, which
will be perfected when authority is
given by the militia bureau at Wash
ington. The action of the militia bu
reau will depend, of course, on the
decision of congress as to the status
of the future military force for the
Col. Julius E. Cogswell, of Charles
ton, is commander of the present com
plete regiment of State militia. The
completion of the second regiment
will mean the election of another col
onel for the State's reserve militia.
It is believed that congress will take
some early action with regard to the
fulture of the National Guard, and
when this is done the two regiments
of reserve militia in this State (will
likely become the National Guard for
South Carolina. It is expected that
a number of former National Guards
men and soldiers of the recent armies
will enlist in the State militia.
No one in Laurens who suffers back
ache, headaches, or distressing uri
nary ills can afYord to ignore this Lau
rens man's twvice-toldi story, It is coni
firmed testimony that no Laurens rest
dentt can dloubt.
Rt. J. Franks, 318 Fleming St., says:
".\y first symptom of kidney trouble,
wvhich I had three years ago, was
backache. When I would stoop over to
pick up anything a sharp pain would
cautch me in the simall of my back andl
T would have to brace myself in order
to straighten. My kidneys didn't act
right and the secretions were scanty
and tburninag in passage. I had vertigo
andl dizzy spells andi wvould nearly top-.
ple over when walking along the
street. I suffered off andi on for ab~out
six months in this way. I finaily r'ead
about D~oa n's Kidney Illis and got a
Sutppily at Dr. II. F. Posey's Drug
Store. I felt bet ter after taking the
first box and two boxes entIirelyv cuiredi
me."' (Sta:item'uen t given Nov em ber 23,
l1t - .)
On MIar'ch 2t1, 11 Mr. Franks said:
"I ana Il to recomme'nd D oan's K(id
ney P'ills again. I have great faith
in themt. D~oan's dlid me a iot of good
severalI years ago and I haven't bad to
use a k idney remedly since."
P~rice 6t0c, at. all dealers. D~on't situ
ply ask for a kidney remedy-get
D~oan's Kidney ills-the same that
.\lrt. Frank bI1( ad. Iost er- Mil bitrn ('o.,
IBaptist S. N. ('ontvention.,
This is to call your1 attention again
to thle imeeti ng of the Hlapti1st Siundiay
School Convention at Clinton, Thurs
day and Friday, May 1 and 2. Pr'intedi
programs have been sent to ail the
schools and pastors, Please study
these carefully. TDr. W. I,. IHali, of
Spar tanmhurg, Sec. Thos. J. Watts of
Columbia, llev. Joseph A. Gaines of
Greenwood, andl such Sunday School
leaders as C. ii. Hoper, C. IH. IHobo,
B. Y. Culbertson, J1. II. Wharton, to
gethier with a number of pastors in
the county, will lie there to take part
in thle itnterestinag pirogramn. Thme of
flcerts andI the peotale of Clinton urge
your ptresence. Come andi get further
informnat Ion and equipment for youti
W. P. Culbertson.
('ross 111ll, Attril 21, 1919.
At 'eiitral Academy,
Ice cream and other accessories will
be' served at Central Academy oin lrl
day night, Apil 25th. Yiout are I ivited
toone. TIme, 8:-( P. M
WATTS MILLS NEWS.- *
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Watts Mills, April 21.-In the ab
sence of the pastor, Rev. H. Hadock,
Mr. Roper, of Laurens, filled the pul
pit here on Sunday morning and ev
Rev. -'Mr. Hadock has been engaged
in a meeting at the Second Laurens
Baptist church during the past week.
We had quite a lovely day for Eas
ter which was much enjoyed by a
great many people.
The Laurens County Singing Con
vention will meet with the Watts
Mills church on 'Sunday, May 4th. Del
egates from all churches are request
ed to be present and also everybody
is cordially Invited to come and bring
their song books an dalso a 'well filled
Keep this advertisem4
nearest you, or attend ther
AT ONCE! If you need fi
Sales At 1
400 Cavalry Horses, 760 A
Horses, 350 Draft Mu
For information write Lt. Col
Jon". Remount Depot I
Wheeler, Macon, a
300 Cavalry Horses, 450 .)
Horses, 75 Draft Mul
For information write Maj
Price, Remount Depot,
Camp Hancock, Augusta
177 Artillery Horses, 330 (
Horses, 160 Draft Mu
For information write Liei
Evans, Q. M. C., Remount De;
Camp Gordon, Atlanta,
April 28--Camp MoArthur, Waoc
April 28-Camp Upton, Yaphanl
April 28-Camp Dodge, DeeMoll
April 28-Camp Travis, San Ai
Per further information writ4
These animals ar<
exceptionally fine farr
MOUNT DEPOTS, ra
Highest Bidder. Lunch
Sold singly, in pairs,
animal. Railroad Ageni
arid best chance!
KEEP 10R SHOES NEAT
S and MULES
mnt. Remember the dates! Attend the sale or sales
n all. Over 11,000 well conditioned animals to be sold
ine farming or draft stock, you will get bargains.
'he Following Camps:
ler Camp Wadsworth
Spartanburg, S. C,
rtillery 400 Cavalry Horses, 90 Artillery
. H..LFo Horses, 450 Draft Mules.
. . C. L. information write Capt. P. S. Bur
Camp dett, Q. M. C., Remount Depot
Camp Wadsworth, Spartanarg, S. C.
>Ck Camp Sevier
Greenville, S. C.
Lrtillery 575 Cavalry Horses, 5L,0 Artillery
T. . orinformation write CaMtMOliver L.
308 Overmeyer, Q. M. C., emount
,Ga. Depot, Camp Sevier, Greenville, S. C.
on Embarkation Depot
North Charleston, S. C.
avalry 30 Cavalry Horses, 350 Artillery
lea. Horses, 259 Draft Mules.
it. L,. L. For information write Major Albert
ot, No. 316 Kalb,, Q. M. C., .Embarkation
Ga. Depot, No. Charleston, S. C.
5 Will Be Held As Follows:
.''n Ilan.d, May 1 -Camp Shely Hattleohurg, Miss,
es., is. M ay BC p herman, Chill oothe, Oio.
tolo Te-Ca. pMaxyrihtt n7-am Taylor, Louleville, Ky.
Commanding Offi cer, care Remount Depot, at the foregoIng samps.
s all prime, fat and in good condition. They are
ning stock. Sales will be held always Et RlE
in or shine---under cover, if necessary, and to
ASH OR CERTIFIED CHECK
or car lots, to suit purchaser. Halter with each
ta will be on the grounds. Coe!ts. .,o... last