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* Local and Personal Mention. *
.Mr. Nat Kennedy left Sunday for
New York whero ho expects to spend
Mr. and Mirs. James Harney spent
several days last week In Henderson
ville and Asheville, N. C.
MNiss Lunette Barnett is visiting her
brother and sister, Nir. and Mrs. I. P.
Barnett, in Gaffney.
.\ir. Ray Taylor left Sunday after
noon to talmo up his new duties as a
traveling salesman in Mississippi.
Dr. James Watkins, of Columbia, is
spending a few days in the city with
his mother, taking his summer outing.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Iellams and
two sons, Ralph and Edwin, of Gray
Court, were visitors in the city yes
Alrs. S. P. Jessee, who has been vis
iting her son, Mr. P". G. Jessee, since
January, returnedl last week to her
home in Bristol, Tenn.
.\r. and 'Mrs. DeWitt King and lit
tle girl, of Mt. Pleasant, arrived in the
city last week to visit Mrs. L. C. Ful
ler1 and other relatives.
i ls I oiseI ilem iniig, of Greeniwoo(l,
spent several (lays in the city last
week with her brothers, Messrs. it. F.
an1d H1. C. F'leinig.
.\Ir. and M.\rs. John 11. Peterson an(1
three boys, of l)arlinigtoni, are qpenld
ing a few days in the city with rela
.\Misses .mma Fiiney, o[I Atlanta,
ail1 ''ainnel y Flinney, of Pickeins, are
spending this week with Mrs. J. J.
.\iri. and Mrs. .1. M1oo. Mars and Mr.
anl Mrs. Joe Smith, of Abbevill e,
sint the Fourth in the city with Mr.
and .\ls. E.. Hi. Wilkes.
Mr. C. C. fleilbree and daughters,
Alisses lester . and Selma Hembree, of
Enoree, werc visitors in the city yes
I Aeuit. Dealns Crm Iiipler, receitly re
-turne*d from Fralice, will spedI the
wxek-endl with his aunt, lrs. 1). T.
Eimardii, near the city.
.\lMs. A. It. Christopiher and .\l iss
Josie (Chiristyphiel'. (of At lt nii .I, are
spending ";olln tLim'e with Dr. an(
irs. A. J. Christopher.
.\lrs. HIobt. 1lver and chil Idren,
Pjbert and Douglas. of Atlanta, are
spl)en(ing se'vr'al days with tle' fain
113' of Mr. '. al. M.s. W. T. Crews, and
oIhei relativ's inl the city.
tlr. Y. S. Gillrson has returnel to
th ' cit.y after pwndling a 'eek's vaca
tion in Greeiville, M.\rs. Gilker'son 111(1
the baly riemla ining in Greenville for
Miss Annie Gilkerson, who un(ler
wexlnt an oeirationl at the hospital sev
eral wceks ago, was well enough
'iiirslay to reiturn home where she
is now able to sit up at times.
mr. Edward Mc'Crady, who has been
lcated at lIirmninghan since receiv
ing his release from the ali' service,
Spent se('eral (lays in the city last
we kxwith friends.
.\lir. and1( Ml's. W\. C. Waldrmop andl
their guests. xir'. and Mirs. II. II. Burns,
of ('arr'ollton, GIa., miotor'ed to 'Char
lotte last week and sp'n t severial day13s
.\lr1. Clah nc .'i(( \leo'.inniey, foi'me r
suin'itenden'it of' the Lauriens; Oil
Ml, hut iiowx holdingl a similar post
ti' 1n 1 in '.uusta, 11 sin the week-Clnd
In the ('i3'xy wih friends.
f . mot .\lrs TI. .\. Nurris and chiii
drI Iaf CEn)'trat arrii' ii the iy
i ,1 I lw a' \ih !! ii3.Irof' t r<' ni'le,
ICl ted .\tV \ft'' i''i i K ilhi near the
c'ity siei cl day; in' week andwias
Imnc~ tile who'nji'd hiind
lii adenie dantcei r'iay evei. t ei
t'o the ity~ 411 afte r ivling i' s is-i
chirs fruio' ~tharmy ti' s welik he;i
s'pen lt seveal days \ in West \l' (Irini
.\13 lls Gladys /lprrtrndStr
tdy fr .\not whrne xhehas teyn
villii'iaii for Se t i She13 was1( ae-l
52(m anhi ho Itnile!'by Axlisses Anniuevt
Wrtid 1tl111 and((: i Fra'ces T''ddtnao
are now 'her'ii (f rstli'is. ghe.Ms
Et lisa I.r'ainliv .\ y .lse ,w o i a -
myet theJ w.ek-end atr home hein: WI!
fThiile n mooed backyote 'd to esndn
5(mn. tand xith i. and ri's. ll vm
tiiera tor ('Glenn 3 13 Sp ings whe.re he
wti rtain fo:tehr sever al yndarhn
ggo otnl to ilendersnnyfill, Aheve.
Meeting of Garlington Camp.
Garlington Camp No. 501, U. C. V.,
held a meeting at the ofilce of the
Probate Judge on the 7th inst. Dole
gates to the State reunion to be held
at Greenwood, July 22nd and 23rd,
and for the leneral reunion to be held
in Savannah, Git., later on, were elect
ed as follows: For State reunion-J.
D. Mock and 'J.\ P. Caldwell; for Gen
eral reunion-J. -1. Wharton and T.
Y. Henderson. Delegates were em
powered to name their alternates.
Thoso in arrears for camp dues are
reiuested to pay.
Veterans or their families who con
telliplato attending the Greenwood
meeting are advised to call at Camp
Headquarters for certifleate to present
at It. R. ticket office so as to procure
J. D. MOCK, Coin.
J. P. CALDWELL, Adjt.
Mrs. James 1t. Cooper announces
the engagement of her daughter, Mary
Wallace to Mr. Paxie Chalmers Jeans,
the marriage to take place at the
home of the bride on Wednesday, July
sixteenth. No cards.-The Augusta
The bride is a grand-daughter of
1bhe late Col. Iturinside, of this city,
anid her parents were residents here
ror awhile. Mr. Jeais is a iother o'
Mrs. Ilam1ip hunter, of this city, and
has many otler relatives in the coun
ty. loth youing people have many
friends inl both states who are inter
1ste('d io this annaolun(ceient.
Ians'it, Wilis Avain.
I,;alrens won from the l'ion nine
oii the Il'nion diamonid Satnrday after
n00 by a score of 6 to 1. 'l'lTh gaille
developed into a pif)ler's5 battle be
t wevil Bhobo for ILau rens and (Cooper
for I'nioni, 0obo gettinlg the (dte of
tlhe arigu ment. In the ninth round he
sIritek out three men in a pinch and
relired tihe site wlien it looked as if
his opponen ts wou Ill ('ertaily sco'e.
Other features of tie gainle weire a
slor-string catchI by ''loimpson. the
i'nion right flider, anl a running
caleh by flngwell foi Laiirvuren.
Altrienlituiral F11rm1 Conrlse.
The Interinational Iarvester Com
painy, of ('hicago. is conducting two
tueetings of an ede'ationial1 nature in
lIs county hbis week and next week.
'I'l first lieeting was held at Cross
11111 yestrday and Ith e s'eoid meet
ing is to be hlvid at. Gidy 'Court next
Tuiesda y. Tn a(ition tp the display
of farim machin ery, interestin g lec
tures are made by experts on farim
(opics and m11ov-'ing pictur1iies are shown.
Thle public is invited to attend the
eourse at Gray Court next. Tuesday.
Bringing French Bride.
Perhaps tie people of Laurens
county, especially Alounitville and v'i
cinity, will be glad to know that Cook
Shack Crisp, who has been with the
American E. F. for more than a year,
has arrived at New York with his
charming French bide. No doubt you
will have the pleasur'e of seeing the
happy couple in a few~ (lays.
"An A. E. F. Buddy of Shack's."
",WIth the Colors,"
June 30, 1919.
Tihe fr'i inds of Atli'. G eorgle B. Garri
sa a native of Grlay ('ourit, blut now
('ng a!e tin bsinesatWstP
<lnh W('e., baeio latn arsd ho his
marrl~iat wi hih derrld .une is, sto
(hiriso's many' frai'ends hire xteind
the' negro who'I. !htis andr We. . \ndr
rtt, of' (ray Court, w('r'e visitors in
their city y'esteiday.
the Kitchen Cctb*net that saves miles of steps,,
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.A. - ma, 1 n 1'ur -m a a nn. e son;
cA vo. neayI c ny
or-sa 2 *cnveni( ;ce:s, youl n< prep e:: and e .. up a. s~ .~: in nearly
if tne .:u1 tune. And ou car vc the strength to enjoy tei hours you. gainj
Dre Dy du n m M h rD
TPo C -'-~'-~~'~: -rm - u ~'~
tire bs n - jes eVe OeWe to enjoy the
y, b* n 1 s tm labo--savc n - lfc Simn
I ~ Pay FNE DOLL/ xwhen v 'ir is
c Vred-the balance ]in :rnall 'we y p'4>Ia. uets,
it'';~~rhooA r awaits you. come~ and see
~20K1 ?:COC1.am. .L>t do it now'. 1
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S. M.& E. H.WILKES & CO.
Laurens, S. C.
Weloine Ser ilce it 31t. Olive. i tcI Of said Own for a term
'1h4r will bie a ('welcolit I i of vv yeai? No.
and a sernionl to the returlned soliers- o1win"al walwd ovt'
aid lull (l)'i whol It,.s not been reg-i
Ili Olive churh Siiday nit"-ning. : "t
Jill", 1 th at 1 l o'clork. The public d lt t() aw
b; Invite~d. 1
it'il.I ;i~s of, iPL' 1strat onl for- tit( regis
XOTI('E OF ELE(TION. 'i o, C Ii ti
Notice is hereby givel that an elcc- ltv of Itl .1
tion, u1ponl the (Ilitstionl of entering in- r :Iin (lci m tlll- 1 1
to t1 contrae with the Iteetvdy iliver ilv, 1919. it I l iuIiir of
l'ower Co., for a period of five years I I II, 't I lie s;llle
for the supplying of eloctric power to ho' ;lo d.
the City of 1lauren 1or lighting and
othcrpuoses, at. the rate of 2 1-2 I *i tie Board of
c(till; Per- kcilowatt. hotr per* niontl, of I iiiict15 (olitt, vit hog
with it iininuiin a'nienlt for lonth ! ol il ph ing
oft thev lowest. amnount dule In anlY l11 IeHiis
iionth of Ilr ;t six nitolths of contractoel, C i l I Il 1i, i a a con
will be held '.n the City of Isaulrens on i 41't 1(i
the 22nd day of J1ly, A. 1). 1919. F Ii iis vlilctjOO,
The pollin'g lacesi and muanagers of ilpr)Iofr'sdlc flh
etlectioll are as follows: wi I IinlIs )1 tle (y
For Ward 01ne, ait thle Opera Ifouse; fl M~lip. ciw
.\Ilanai'ers: Charles Hicks; John Smiththis 4itetj and the pity
a id ; t ier 'yler. miio al IX ; vs, a AP ~l5u agatiitst huilli
Il Gilbert Tyer
lor Ward Two, at E. W. Martin's :I aid coticetable foi. the previous
stbe:.lanliwers: P". W . Mlartinl, Johnl 1 V1111
u'inininghliami Il and .Jeff Chaney. hI ee
For Ward Three, at Orr's Store; j ' 1:ito. flioir r.1irn as to thl
-laniages: cott T'niplelton, lrikine ''i!a'Tt f to Iii CH, Volocil of
10lkely and XV. 1'. Powers. 1 , V of A lnilby law
lPor Ward l'our, at F'inney Ilotel ; thii 1 171 Vt of .Juile, A.
.\anagers: Gcorge Ikipkitns, J. M.
VFinney anld .lohnl Lanlgst;on. C .DAil
-or. Ward Five. at Ilieks' Stable; ' Mayor.
:ianai is: h. M. Wolff, H-lenry Wright '. \ I~l' 'ii .\N,
11 E d Hlicks. iv C - a d 1 .".ItII!V IS
For Ward Six, at the Clit l'ower Co.;
ill, r : P'hi] Iluiff, T. M.\a Roper
nid I-:sk in 'Todd.
I'll I'olls n\ ill be o ilned at the houir
of ei'ht o'clock in the forenoon and
i(losed itt. the hour of four o'clock inp
the afirnoon. V
All iel'ors voting In favor of ei
t'ring ilto such contract shall depositP
in th hox provided therefor a ballot
on1 whclh Ilhere sluill be printed orI
Wittenl' the vords: "Shall the City of i c DO t I' lit
Ilanrenls vitel' int.o the contract with%\,I
ite Ile'dy lti'er PoweI Co. for tile Al
purchasO of i:wer for lighting and [ ku' o( AttI m 'ak ia.
olllr pturpose of said town for a teino j irs W in.i %cm as g'd
of five years? Vees.".. ta W mak rcing
A.\I electors! votingI ag.s entrin
into such contract hl:0ul tdeposit it hal- -
lot on whilh there hall be pr!nted or, DIS'OL'%T V) DUM1 Ill
written the words: "'Shall the City of
Laur'ls ('lter Into 1.he contract with
the Reedy live~r Powver Co. for the. RIlrin&B o
he Hcd~ Htvt' owerCO.for li~ 1815 Main St., Columbia S..
puwrcp s of powea fo lightwidg M I fdo
Dont let th em gel- it;
Keep it safe in OurBank,
If yon have money. much or little, you've found
out that every time y a turn around there's some hand
Oh, it doesn't se ' much hero or there. but if
those little sums were (J! in the bank they would make
a big sum in a year.
Not one of those hands would serve you in dis
tress, but your money would.
We add 4 per cent. interest.
Make O'JR bank YOUR bank.
The Enterprise National BanJ
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, -