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* Local and Personal Mention. *
Mr. J. Ed. Hart, of Greenville, slent
the week-end In the city.
51r. 'E. P. M[inter left 'Monday night
for Now York to buy goods.
Alkrs. J. D. Watts Is spending this
week in Greenville with friends.
(Miss Ora Smoak, of Lander college,
will spend the week-end 'with liss
Irs. Albert Dial returned home last
week after spending several weeks
with relatives in Bristol, Va.-Tenn.
Mr. and Ilrs. Watts Davis and their
iother, AMrs. James Davis, of Clinton,
were visitors in the city Alonday.
M'rs. J. Nloore AMars, of Abbeville, is
spending several days in the city With
her iarents, ir. and "Mrs. E. II. Wilkes.
Airs. Belle Gray, formerly of Gray
Court but who is now living in Foun
tain Inn, Is visiting relatives in the
Ar. P. W. Devore, distriet general
agent of the State Mhutual Insurance
Compmny, and lr. A. Ml). Singleton,
both of Greenville, were visitors in the
MIr. Jap. P. Caldwell, a former Inem
ber of Co. 1), who has accepted a posi
sition with the Nesbitt Auto Compaly
in Spartanburg, spent the week-end in
the city with relatives.
Lieut. Clyde Fowler, who recently
returned with his detachment from ov
erseas, arrived in the city last week
and is greeting old friends again.
Mr. Shell McDaniel, who returned
from overseas several weeks ago, ar
rived in the city iSaturday to spend
some time with home folks.
Mur. and Mrs. Clinton Hinshaw and
two children, of Huntington, W. Va.,
spent several days in the city last week
with 5ir. and Mrs. AB. M. %Wolff.
Dr. J. 11. Teague and Mr. Alsey Al
ler left Monday afternoon for fishing
grounds near Charleston, twhere they
will visit Mr. and aMrs. DeWitt Xing
for several days and enjoy the experi
ence of real salt, fishing.
'iss Ruth Berry, District Eome
Denionstration Agent for the Piedmont
District, spent several days last week
in the county with Aliss Daisy larris,
visiting both women's and girls' home
(em1onstrat ion clubs.
Lt. J. N. Wright spent several (lays
In the city last week With his father,
Air. J. N. -Wright. lAcut. Wright has
re-entered the Bank of Spartanburg,
with which he was attached when he
entered the service, and was given a
sti-bstantial promotion upon his return.
Mrs. \lary E. -Roland, who was very
ill last week, so much so, that. all of
her children were called here to her
bedside, has shown decided miprove
ment and much hope is held out for
the future. Irs. \lleod. of Cheraw,
Mios. AlcNair, of Aiken, 'irs. Carlisle,
of Spartanhurg and Mr. Janie Roland,
who is now in .Wilmington, N. C., have
all returned home.
31I. , SOLOMON TIHANKS
Invrites Coummiitt4enmen to Complete
Canva is antd Send ini leports at Once.
.\lr. William Solomon, chairman for
.this county for tihe Jewvish 'Relief fund,
Is preparing to complete his finial re
p~ort on surbscriptions in this county.
lie huas already made a tentative report
andl sent a check to the state chairman,
'1r. .\uLzust Kohn, for $3,008.00 or $8.00
muore than tile minimlum asked of this
county. Inl adiditiotn to this lhe exicets
to sendi forward several hundreds of
dollars more some time this wveek or
next week. 'i. Solomon adopted the
plan of collecting subscriptions in'cash
so that the entire campaign could be
completed in a short time. His report
to the state chairman shows that ho
had gratifying results.
'Mr. Colomon has written a letter of
thanks to the peoplle of the counlty as
To the People of Laiurens County:
I will ask the comm itteemien that I
appoinited for the campaign for the
Jewish Rlelief lFund to please make
final reports -and1 turiin over all monecy
collected to .\r. L. (1. hadIle or miysel f
and those t hat have not made utp their.
cilect:tioni to please do r:o at once anid
'e port If they wanut to (d0 their share
for thiis'worthy13 cause of feeding starvw
I wsh to t haniik thle people of Lau
res coouily for thir. genlcrous cotri
butlin to the .Jewish itelief. Laur ens
county1 LV welt over' t tot' as tisu~a ':il
I t hank you1 in '''half of my Jlewiish
briren '( whlomi you so generously
lT'ustinig that you wvill go over' the
top* in thle Victory I oan as ini all other'
campaluioli. I ami,
Chiatrman of Lautrens 'County1
Th'lerie will he a mee't'41ng of the ( stock
hiob Iers of t he IIIl llour. & (Gra in
Comipany, of' laureg a, S. C', at their
warehouse at njooti', f1'te 7th, 1919,P for
the( putr Pose of tinug on i nicreasinug
the capital stock to $30,000.00.
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LOINTON NEWS. *
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Clinton, May 5.-Mr. Reece Yopng
returned 'Sunday from Charleston, af
ter spending a week there.
Mrs. Harvey Bannen, of Statesboro,
Ga., spent last week with her mother,
Mrs. Emma Little.
'Irs. R. H. Young is spending a while
In Greenville with her daughter, Ah's.
Miss Mary Dillard, of Whitmire,
spent the week-end with her sisters,
Misses Jett- ( and Lila Dillard.
Mrs. W. G. Neville reurned last week
from Washington, D. C., after visiting
Mirs. Emma Glenn of S partanburg
is visiting relatives here this week.
Dr. an( 'Mrs. Jas. R. Copeland, Ars.
Emma Little, 'Mrs. Harvey Brannen,
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Little and Mr.
and Mirs. iale Shands anl Airs. M. 13.
lipp atteld(e(d the Little-Thompson
,weddinY in Abbeville last week.
Mr. rhos. 1). Jacobs spent several
days in Atlanta last week on business.
The Mlusgrove Chapter, D. A. R.,
will have a reception in honor of irs.
I.. W. .14uvall, State 'Regent, Wedne
day afternoon at Mrs .T. F. Jacobs' Sr,,
'Mr. A. B. Galloway, of Abbeville,
spent the week-end with his family
Mr. and Mirs. Jas. B. Frazier and son,
of Blairs, are the guests of 'Mr. and
Mrs. J. Rhett Copeland.
'Mrs. E. W. Duvall, of Cheraw, spent
several days with Mrs. W. J. Bailey,
BLOW OPEN SAFE
IN RAIWAY OFFICE
Cash, Checks and Insurance Policies
Taken from Safe at Spartanburg.
Spartanburg, Alay 2.--The safe in
the freight office of the Charleston
and Western Carolina Railway in this
city was blown open and robbed of
the sum of $45 in cash, about $9(0o in
checks and several insurance policies
belonging to John Scruggs, local agent
of the company. No trace of the rob
her or robbers has yet been found.
It is believed that the job was that
of an expert yeggmain as all indica
lions show thatI the work was neatly
d]one. The robber entered through
the rfar of the depot sometime during
the night. The robbery was discover
ed this morning by a member of the
city police force. The city and coun
ty authorities are on the trail of the
guilty Party or parties but thus far
nothing has been found which would
lead to their capture.
Saloime Here Friday of This Week.
Ancient Judea, in all its unrelieved
barbaric splendor, all its pagan unr&b
straint, and with the soft glow of a
more tender mood-the coming of
('hrist-forshadowed in the gentle
ministrations of John the Baptist, will
live again for the modern generations
in a mashive yet, it is promised, tvon
dlerfully13 atmospheric photoplay which
comes to the Opera House F'riday of
On that date William Fox will pre
sent a sp~ectacle which, it is admitted,
taxed his resources-and that is an
ultimate promise for "Salomie," the
name of the newv production, ini which
Theda Biara, portrayer of superwvomen,
applears in a role that has already in
spiredl the greatest of writers, com
poser~s andl painters.
The cinema version of "Snlome" fol
lows closely the Biblical story as told
by .Josenhus, the famous Jewish writ
er, in his book, "rTe Antiquities of the
Jlews andl the History of the Jewish
Wars." It illustrates, wyith spectacular
vividiness the various step~s in the
thrilling historical drama, and1 in the
intensity of its climax is said to set
a new recordl for sensation.
D)EC'OUAiON OF' TWO
Washington, .A!ay I .~--*ajor Rice
McNuiit t Ytouiell, Norton, Va., and Prl
vale Mlacuidley, Dickson, 'Tenn.. have
been awarded (list inguuishued service
('ross(es, aeco rdin g to an nouncement~
todiay by the wvar depa rimnt.
.\lajior YOU ell was ci tedl for extra-.
ord inary3 heroismi in act ion nearVe
dun, i rane, October I to 12, 19 iS'
''Ta king commaund of hlis hIi:'Italiont af
ter' thle baittatlo lc) ommiander hadl been
one4 (omanylI' anmd nio artillery sup
iort. pushd forwardl tw ri ilomers
uinder heavy tIre, driving back a force
her: to hi own (a [tu rinire iportant
Th decor'atiomns fqr Pi'Ivate ind~lrv
wa*;s Ilveni for~ extroinaryv herouismu
in actin nar Toriny~'-Soruny, France,
hain1I Iarri('d mlessaaes'. betw'een imia
toon11 bmders through heavy she'll
1 ic tol Te'lephlione i'ifronis,
In innur to altow. the operators to
attend ('hurch, the( tet~ilepho exchange
wvill ble closed every, Sunday n ighut
ilI 9 o>'clock.
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"The Hoozier Will Help Me to Stay Young"
"RETAIN your youthful energy and girlish The bride from a Hoosier home will have
appearance", is the wedding day advice of a Hoosier.
thousands of Mothers. - As they look back It will be numbered among thoughtful
over the years, they realize that woman's wedding gifts or be first on her list of
charms soon fade and her health often household needs. Other brides should
gives way when drudgery methods rule know what the Hoosier means. And mil
her days. lions of tired Mothers should also learn
But in Hoosier homes, daughters know the how the Hoosier reduces kitchen work and
miles of needless steps and hours of frees them from burdensome labor.
wasted time that this scientific kitchen This scientific labor-saver is within reach
helper saves. They honor it for the ser
vice it has rendered the "little Mother" o all s pie is er.
who has been able to give more freely of
her time to a happy comradeship with her if you can. Select your own cabinet or the
children, one for the bride-to-be.
Sk a & Et H. WILKES & COMPANY
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smothyoeryoreces. rmy budeolos.
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