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1VIC TORI LOAN
The following are % e Victory, Loan
Workers. mnnounced by Chairman H.
K. Aiken for this county:
Trinityllidge No. 1-A. H. Moore,
S.. J. Davis, G. H. (Bolt, S. R. Cain, J.
D. W. Watts.
Laurens No.. 2-J. ID. Cul'bertson,
John H. Powers, B. Y. Culbertson, N.
L. Langston, S. R Dorroh, T. 'M. Shaw,
T. -A. (Beacham.
Laurens No. 3-F. -H. Burton, Z. R.
Traynham, Austin rh'amlett, D. W.
Hellams, T. H. Burts.
Laurens No. 4--B. B. Blakely, H. L.
Blakely, T. Pluss Brown, A. M. Ram
Laurens No. 5-W. T. Senn, J. A.
Martin, J. L. F. Sumerel, M. B. Leop
ard, Harold C. Smith, 3. E. Sorkee.
laurens No. 6-N. J. Anderson, P. B.
Bailey, VRobert Cunningham.
Laurens Special, City-'W. H. Dial,
J. W. Todd, C. H. Hicks, J. D. Watts,
N. B. Dial, RT. E. Babb, W. R. McCuen,
R. B. Terry, E. P. Minter, E. H. Wilkes,
M. H. Hunter, J. H. Sullivan.
Hunter No. 1-W. L. Teague, A. B.
Milam, L. E. Corbitt, J. T. A. Ballew.
Hunter No. 2-M. D. Smith, J. C.
Nelson, M. F. Wlorkman.
Hunter No. 3-W. W. 'Davis, tE. C.
Hipp, J. 11. Davis, T. J. Chandler,
Loomis F. Bailey.
Hunter No. 4-H. B. Workman, J.
F. Workman, C. R. Workman, J. J.
Young, T. P. Davis.
Hunter No. 5--B. 'H. Boyd, J. D. Bell,
W. 'P. Jacobs, W. W. Harris, W. M.
McMillan, Dr. D. J. 'Brimm, W. H.
Hunter No. 6-0. M. Wiight, W. '
Moorehead,, J. A. Kirkpatrick. '
Hunter -No. 7-Rt. G. Wallace, M. ,.
Mountville-C. M. Fuller, B. R. 1d1
ler, J. t1'. Simmons.
Youngs No. 7-J. J. Manley, J. H.
Abercrombie, W. 0. Sutton, Richard
Youngs No. 10-J. M. Fleming, C. L.
Waldrop, Toy A. Drummond.
Youngs No. 6-11%1. G. 'Pars'on, Hiram
P. Burdett, George F. Pulley, J. 0.
Youngs No. 5-E. B. Fincher, F. L.
Youngs No. 4-R. R. Cooper, W. P.
Patton, J. B. Cook, J. T. Edwards,
Youngs No. 3-S J. Burns, Egbert
Riddle, J. M. Todd.
Youngs No. 2--W. G. Henderson, W.
P. Harris, Robert Harris, W. E-. Bobo,
A. 4R., Martin.
Youngs No. 1-E. J. Sloan, A. J.
Hughes, George T. Cook, L. J. White,
E. W. Patton, Stepp Cook.
Waterloo No. 1-J. C. Martin, W. J.
Manley, A. S. J. McKenzie.
Waterloo No. 2-A. B. Sims, J. H.
Bagwell, J. L. Anderson.
Wterloo No. 3-C. C. Caldwell, A. R.
Thome, J. F. Walker.
Waterloo No. 4--G. W. Moore, Jones
Liller, H. C. Culbertson.
Waterloo No. 5-W. L. Stone, J. C.
McDaniel, A. 'I. Boyd, S. E. Williame,
P. 0. Smith, W. W. Fowler.
(Waterloo No, 6-.B. *M. Cunningham,
Guy E. Moore, Troy Moore.
Waterloo No. 7-W. L. Cooper, J. IH.
Cuihertson, J1. N. Jones, M. W. 11111.
'WVaterloo No. 14-J. C. Smith, John
H. Wharton, Rex Ianlford, W. C. Whar
ton, S. L. Moore.
Sullivan LNo. 1-J. T. Maclhen, J.
Frank Davis, James F. McCuten, M. 'B.
MlcCuen, A. 3. 3Monroe, W. I. Freeman,
George H. Ridgeway.
Sullivan No. 2-J. H!. Carlyle, N. B.
Sullivan No. 3-IE. E. Simpson, T. T.
Wood, E. E. Pitts, J. Frank Mitchell,
E. Atwood Pitts.
Sullivan No. 7U-G. B. Murph, J. H1.
Balentine, Jr., 0. B. Taylor, Herbert
Sullivan No. 17--R. M. Bolt, Sloan
Stahon, J. W. Kellett, W. 'M. Abercrom
lila, 0. C. Abercrom'bie, J. A. Coats, M.
L. McDaniel, Walter A. 'Baldwin, T. A.
Diala No. 1-W. J. Wood, R. M. Babb,
B. 0. Taylor, M. W. Woods, ID. Woods,
John W. Curry,
Dials No. 2-Dr. J. W. 'Boason, M. W.
Gray, L. Williams 'Brooks, ED. H.
Reeves, J. ED. Wham, Zach R. Gray,
Dials 'No. a-H. S. Wallace, Mack
Bloyd, Cilyde'Wilson, $lurman Ilellams,
Ri. C. Walla'ce, Ii. 0. Wilson.
Thom-pson, 'T. D. . .Fa,rrow.' . I ,
iD4a)s No. 5L'. D. 'Bolt, J. ED. John
--son, Rev. Gee. C. Hopkins, IR. 1L. Gray,
L. R. Brooksfl J. .W. Wells, Arohie Ow
ings, Rt. T. Wilson, John L. Gray, Rt. 0.
Hunt, J. C.: DuPre, C. B. Owings, Dr.
(1, .W. Owings, W. 3. Hunter.
hialh No. 6-D. T. 'Kinard, J, A.
Todd, W. I. Burns, W. W. Yeargin,
Dials No. 7-T. B. Campbell, W. C.
Curry, liudie Abercrombio, ED. D. H-ar
Fountain Inn 3.B-J. Hamnp l..
lams, ft. ii. Chapman, Samuel Taylor.
Dials No. 8-W. M. Nash, T. J.
Mahon, W. M. S'tone, R. F. Nash, W. F.
Scuffletown No. 1-J. Wilson Blake
ly. J. L. Chanoy, J. W. Cunningham,
M. A. Sumerel.
1Souffletown No. 2-W. M. Myers, D.
A. Glenn, iW. R. Anderson, W. W. Wil
Scuff letown 'No. 3-F. L. T)onnan, R.
L. Holland, S. 0. Clark.
Scuffletown No. 4--W. F. Wright,
Fred W. -Little, J. Wess Donnan.
' Scuffletown No. 12-W. J. Fleming,
L. P. Blakely, W. J. Bryson, J. L. Mc
Clintock, V. E. AlcClintock, Rev. I. N.
Kennedy, W. T. Blakely, R. H. Bryson.
Cross Hill No. 1-4E..B. Pinson, R. L.
Cole, J.. Q. Smith, J. H. Coleman.
Cross Hill No. 2-W. B. Coats, R. 2W.
Boazman, John L. Griffin, R. C. Brown.
Cross Hill No. 3-4. H. Goggans, M.
0. Boozer, S. A. Brown, J. D. Hill.
Cross Hill iNo. 13-E. B. flasor, W.
C. Rasor, R. A. Austin, T. M. Pinson,
J. 0. Denny.
Cross Hill No. 6-T. J. Coleman, J.
Y. Benjamin, J. C. Benjamin, G. Wash
Jacks No. 1-W. J. Henry, J. H.
Jacks No. 2-John H. Pitts, Fred
Johnson, C. B. Johnson.
Jacks No. 3-,J. C. MoMillan, John
H. Bell, John M. Copeland, B. F. Cope
land, A. J. Hollingsworth.
Jacks No. 4-J. M. Hatton, W. S.
Hatton, W.- S. Riser.
Jacks No. 5-D. A. Glenn, J. B. Phil
son, A. Y. Jones, W. M. Myers.
Jacks No. 6-4S. W. Dean, T. W.
Dillard, P. B. 'Dean.
Hurricine No. 15--C. C. Young, Job
Simpson, J. F. Whitmire.
LANFORD NEWS. *
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Lanford, April 21.-Sunday morning
was a beautiful Easter morning. All
nature seemed fresh and rejoicing in
the balmy, bracy weather.
Rev. Mr. Haddock of Laurens filled
Rev. R. J. Williams appointment Sun
day afternoon. A large crowd was out
to hear Bro. Williams and were dis
appointed in not seeing him, though
they were glad to see Bro. Haddock
and enjoyed his sermon very much.
The school had their regular annu
al Easter egg hunt Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Bomar
hid them so well they had to make a
second search to find them all.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Cunningham, of
Laurens, were guests of Mr. R. J. Pat
terson and Mrs. Mills who can boast
on having fresh ripe strawberries and
English peas for Easter dinner.
Miss Annie Lou Payne, of Green
(wood, visited 'Miss Othello Johnson
Messrs. Yates and Charles Waldrep,
of Wofford College, went to Greenwood
to attend the contest and stopped here
on their return to see their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Waldrep.
Mr. J. W. 9ohnson and Mr. James
Patterson went to Grecgnwood Friday
to see the ball game between Furman
nnd Wofford. We could not help but
give three cheers for dear old Furman
when we heard that it won the first
'place in the State Oratorical contest.
The Rural Improvement association
will meet at the schoolhouse Friday
afternon and we would like for all to
be present as we are in the race again
for twelve regular meetings during the
Woman's Missionary society will
meet in the flaptist church Saturday
SAYS "THOUGHT MY
TIME HAD COME
"Had giveni up hope of ever being well
again. It is awful to feel that you
have ino chance, but Dreco changed
"I cannot fully express my apprecia
tion of what 'Dreco has done and is
still doing for me," declared Mr. Jas.
T. Brockerr the well known traveling
salesman who "covers" Georgia, but
whose home is in Greenwood, S. C.
He gave this statement at Palmer &
Sons Drug Store in Athens a few dlays
.e"It is no wonder to rie the enormous
sale Dreco has, since I ,know some of
its powers," he continued, "For I feel
that it has actually saved my life and
it deserves the highest lpraise any one
can give it." i
"I ha'e spent thousands of dollars in
search "of health. Every stomach reifn
edy I heard of, I bought. I had ca
tarrh of the stomach and nothing ever
did me any good -but this Dreco. My
kidneys were weak and my liver inac
tive, but the great 'Dreco has remedied
all the ills. 'Nothing is too good for
me to say--in fact, I don't know how
to make it strong enough,"
To kee p the health u~p to the highest
standard, one must keep his stomach
in perfect order so that he can digest
and assimilate the food properly,
thereby eliminating dyspepsia, indiges
tion, biliousness, gas on the stomach,
baekneho. sallow complexion, dark
rings under the eves; in fact, all ihe
viymptoms that follow stomach disor
ders. 1)reco, the herbal tonic, giver,
the desired results in tihese distr'essing
iDreen is now sold by all good drug
gis throughout the country and is
highly recommended in Lalurens b~y the
iAnnrens Drng Co.
afternoon at 3 o'clock. The president
requests all .the members to come and
bring someone iwith them.
Miss Eula Osborne, a little pupil in
the Central school, has been selected
by the home demonstrator as one of
the five girls in the county to take
training this summer at Winthrop in
the canning department and domestic
Lieut. James !Drummond, of Camp
Jackson received his discharge from
the service last 'week and will go in
business at Laurens for the balance
of the year, and it is supposed he will
resume his profession of teaching for
Mr. H4. M. Johnson has returned
home after a very 'pleasant visit to
Hendersonville, N. C., with his daugh
ters, Mrs. Byers and Mrs. Randall.
Mr. C. L. Waldrep and family, Mrs.
C. D. Cox and family spent Easter
with their father.
'Mrs. '. F. Bomar spent lEaster with
Mr. J. R. Franks and family.
Ladies! Visit the Oil Stove demon
stration at our store today and tomor
row. Sce the Oil Stove that works
like gas-has no wicks, uses very lit
tle oil and bakes perfectly.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & O.
Bring the Boys I
Invest in Victory E
This is a busy St(
our cubtomers th
and see the Barg
the prices we are
remain the same
New arrival of $18.50 and
at .. . . . .. . , .
New~ arival of $22.50 Silk
One lot of $30.00 .Silk Dies
$35.00 Spring Coat Suits
$30.00 Sprinig Coat 'Suits r<c
$25.00 Spring Coat Suits r<
N'ew arrivals in Sumn
new things now being shos
Cot ton is adva1ncin'g, p
time to buy. A fortunate
following special for this u
Tard-wide Percale, in mill
318-inch Sea Island, special
Yard-Wide Pajama Cheek,
Standard Apron Gingham,
Yard-wide Bleaching, speci
Driess Ginghams, special at
Muslin, special at .. ....
Ratists in mill ends(1, 35ec val
40-inch Muslin, 30e value,
Yard-wide dar k Perecales,
A CHILD HATES OIL,
CALOMEL, PILES FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
Give "California Syrup of Figs" if
cross, sick, feverish, constipated.
Look back at your childhood days.
Remember the "dose" mother insisted
on-castor oil, calomel, cathartics.
How you hated them, hoiw you fought
against taking tihem.
With our children It's different.
Mothers who cling to the old form of
physic simply don't realize what they
do. The children's revolt is iwell
founded. Their tender little "insides"
are injured by them.
If your child's stomach, liver and
bowels need cleansing, give only deli
cious "California Syrup ofi Figi". Ito
action is positive, but gcnte. Milljans
of mothers keep this h imlcss /"fruit
laxative" handy; they )tnow ofildren
love to take it; that itInev9i" fails to
clean the liver and bowq~i $d sweeten
the stomach, and that f teaspoonful
given today saves a sick child tomor
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
"California Byrup of Figs" which has
-uirections for babies, children of
all ages and for grown-ups plainly on
each bottle. Beware of counterfeits
sold here. See that it is made by
"California Fig Syrup Company." Re
fuse any other kind with contempt.
ore--we believe in turning
e advantage of buying in
ains we offer in our va
have been advancing ti
offering this week, but
of Silk Dresses
$20.00 Silk Dresses, special
-.-.-.-........ .... ....$14.98
dresses, special at..... ..$19.99
ses, special at..... .... ..$24.98
r'educd to .... .... .... $27.98
duced to. .. . .... .... ..$24.98
duced to..... .... .... ..$21.98
ier Milliniery. Come and see the
oods are advan'ing.. Now is the
purchase enfales us to offer the
ends, 25e value at..... ....15c
at..... .... .... .... ....15c
in mill ends, 25e v'alue at . .15c
in mill ends, special at ... . 15c
al at .... ......... .....15
...... .... .... .... .... ..15c
..... ........ ...........15c
uie, special per yard. .. .. . ..19e
special per yar'd............19c
30e value, special per yard . .19c
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OPERA HOUSE NEXT WEEK
Bring the Boys Home
Buy Victory Bonds
ish Department Store
i our stock often at a small profit and give
large quantities for cash. Come this week
rious departments. Goods have reached
te last two weeks. We can not duplicate
as long as the goods lasi the prices will
Now is the time for low shoes.
ion Recynold Low Shoes for meni . . .. $8.50, $9.50 and $10.00
Ladies' T1an, Kid and Patent Oxfords and Pumps
at.----.-...----.......... ....$5.00, $6.50 and $7.00 '
Buster Brown Shoes for boys and girls-best 'by test.
Buster Browvn 'Slipprs for C'hildr en--best by test.
Boy's Suite ..,..'.. .... $5.98, $10.00 to $15.00
Boy's Odid Pants.---.----.... ....$1.00, $1.50 to $3.00
Bos Union Si ----.----..... ........ ....4c-and 75c
M~eni's Union Suits special at.-.... .... .........$1.00
L MILL ENDS
Soft finish yard-wide Bleaching 25e value, special yd. . .19c
401 in ch Muslin, 30e value, special per~ ya rd.. .. .. .. .. .19c
40-inceh Voile, mill ends, 30e value, special per yard . . . .19c
Heavy Shirting, 25e value, special per~ yard .... .... ..19c
32-inch Gingham, mill ends, 35e value, special per yard 25c
Yard-wide Suiting, mill ends, 40e value, special at . .25c
Colored Popins, 40e value, special at...... .... .... ..25c
Fancy White Goods, mill ends, 35e value, special per yd 25c
Yard-wide IFancy Voiles and Bauists, 50e values, yd . .25c
9-4 bleached and unblenehed Sheeting, special this week 49c
Calico and Suiting in mill ends, special per yard .... ..10c
Men's blue Overalls, per pair .... .... .... .... .....9
Men's blue Chambry Shirts -------.-----... .....89o
Men's Work Shirts ..- ----- --.. ....98c
OUNT BY TRADING WITH