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IIIALS INEWYS. *
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I)ials, .\u.. IS.-The series of ser
viees that have been in progress at
this pda(c diling the past. week camte
to a close 8auniday evenIing. Tht pas
lor V asisted in te Ifleetling by
the Rev. liecnry !!li. of Clayton. Ga.,
much iitelestcied wIs man ifsIted
througiotit and t ernity alone will re
ceal the results. Mr. lill was born
and reared in this community, and
thoutg11 los t sight of' fo maf n r ears, he
has Imiany friends ieiri who rejoice
that ie is meeting with the success he
is in the Mast rr's work.
Mliks Cecil Oxins. is leaching a
S liiunun sceo l neai I lend r;oinvillv.
N. C. h s !s meetiing witil so much
.*:Iect;ss- taat !te Patrlons- wvish for. her
Tio onor : is ' ll ! i o i h . a .\ ii.
O win . a a i:ul ai I 'h I i
thn ttrn oa o th :o oo ! ' n ro.
. aw.:. as i aman out by he
thrV. r~ I.h 'm i-a .W o h,.u
'aih t 0!': i o Ih- l .it of 1h
Gr"ve-s Taste:os. chill Tonic
I vitalitr n e by fl riy vint ami .
riclioit the blood Yilou call -onf its Strength-'
,ois) Stock Notice.
.olioe i. toroby giveli that tih ho 1n
srsigndt will apply o Watts .\iMS:
(In ;vpf. I. 191.1. to have said .\ills1
isue to himni ("n I i shares or stock
in~~~ sadAll. rereeted by. Certifi
iato No. 1::: f'or 1our shares, anid Cel
tiliento No. x7i; for live sharms, which
-.id cI tliliIlaIes have beenvl lost; and
th new stnok so applied for to he
issueV-d in liin of' said lost 1stock.
2-(t C. C. FEATlI:l*;STONE.
from a delightful visit with relatives
in Charlotte and Gastonia, N. C.
Mr. Zack Nabors of Columbia, and
likses Claude and lruce Gray, of
Gray Court. spent several (lays last
Week witIt their grandmother. Mrs. I.
\Miss Willie .\May (Godfrey had as her
uests 'i'lTursday, Mr. and .\irs. Todd.
iss iueile \\bite and Mr. Whuite of
Riddle's Old Field.
.\Mrs. BIrami) 1et, of, GNIreen p1on(d. was
in our mids v-isiinig friends last
Mr11'. Marvin IIarris has returned to
('h1,arlest on, after enjoying a pleasant
viit with his parents. While here
.\t. Harris, aetompan ied by .\Mr. l'ircet
iarris. imotorei up to liendersoiville
for a brief silay bte'fore urning to his
di its in it "('ily by 1he Sea."
ir. 111d ls. WmIo. Iaivis anld Iwo
att fractive chibirenl, of, Gren-4 ville,
Are (he wetk-eidl aelt'sts of Mr. liar
ri ('rry and fa mily .
Sr. :1110 .\rr.. Sm11ith Rloyd and little
1:n (f Green wood, spen i the
w\tt ni -o will. 11h4eir tlolter. ! s.
iir. Tru Silthl' f I Co l i i. oCi -
.Id 11h 6 ofld It M on atl. ai-i
i lit d\i ll or hisi m la'riend
t . I)r. TImsdaye is no IIran.er;
.n Id ii, Ii' I ni4 alli i ' llailiin - a rtn
alwayI .:lad to see him af Dials, and
ioht'nt will bo in our mittea::in
i., l-'ni' irownle lu as h1erc]
iv it Wedntes dav it isso (Illie
Cheeok of in-11on.
The11re will bo lthe uISualpracin
sei-vice heesunday afternoon drn
whlichl a1 Ilnmb will bo received in11o
tIh churtilch: also tel ordinance of in
fant haptism will be administerd. The
astor, Rlev. M. Mi. ilrooks will lat
enmgo tr the tnt ire s(Ivice.
MRS. MORTON F. PLANT
r . r n -' ' n , et .
Mrs4'. Afo I iiiiiV 1114 .1 (.1 ' 1ve(Re
('ro ss v rlo *r wh wa, s Im ari edI to
C4 I. WI I II Il .11 , tllnam 1,r of
ho Fifiteenth1 infantliry, the( famIllous
LIVING MONUMENT TO DEAD
Town to Care for One French Orphan
for Each of Its Dead
Chlengo.-Twen-ity-on o little French
war orphns constitute a living nnu
ment which Clarinda, Ila., has planned
for Its seiller dea . A flund ha1s bei
contrilitited by its cit izens to cIai*(- for
tine little witr walf for each Clarinla
boy whi died in Frine, that their
mtilles mily be kept alive, to he loved
anel honorel on both shies of the wa
ter. The fanily of ea(ch dead hero will
recelve letters reguhlirly from one
Fnmll proteg who (IIring its whole
lifetine wll IIhold the name of their
hoy in r veitne,.
The Clarindit litizens lve pisid
$36-50-1 ( vents a lity-foir each child's
support fior at year, through the Fa
lierl ess Children of irane, in Ameril
can organizatii with Iteatluarters at
410 1841uth \illhlganl avenuie. Chicago,
o-operatin with? a s l ila r one in
France. 41f wh110h 'Milrshal J1offre Is the
leitd. 'le organizaitioln will see t hat
the itdotlionI of (each child Is made in
the nainie of it atd is a umemorlal to a
lItd, soldier f4 Clarinda. The town
lins Ito reimat this sum annually for
eith clill until it is capable of caring
It has beenl demonstrated that 10
Cents 1a day, itt supplmliilnt Ille pensiol
of Ie saite ttrount whh ite French
government, striatinIng Its. reso(es,
grmaitil its war firphians at thte.tlte of
the eliy dIsa sters, will stiliCei ito keep
soul mnd body together in at little v.I(
tlim of the war id eimble It to raliln
wlih Its inother or other livling relat
tive insteal of ling4pl relll in in iiin
stitltion. Fr.4m1 th prayers f sulielht a
child the imm of the brave Aicialnt
soldi.r whl did for rinie1 411 the
HONOR SLAIN BOY SCOUTS
Ceremony Held Where Roman Em.
perors Threw Christians to
rTime.--Whe4re (once1 (Chritianswr
offered as' a p4rey Ilo w'ihi hen~sls tot
Iaouse thle ilt,::nan oinctlte in the
ili rinan (col'~iseum iiy the Iaesars a
('hristiant servli'l was rlebratedi re
~eently ini ilwnmryi'3 of the bily scouits
of the Itatliatii atimy whlo hwiii done
messenii ger S strvice' at the front and)1
wereV ki14ed ini act1Ion.
rThe atltar used4 for the servIce wats
one wvhleh had been carrIed by thbe
Itn Ilan armtles throullght mny camn
pign~is it thle Allps-, and1 wats laced In
thel wvest end1 of the Collseun. TJhe
servIce wits plresidedl (ver 1by Monslg
nor latrtollnisi, whlo btel thle rak
of generail in thle Ital in itrmny as
etuaplain-ln-chiief to the Italian forces.
The Iitmmieltns ruin of patgan a tys
was filled with peole. Det achets
of boy scott occupied thte arena. The
Scotsi were in uniform and carried
rilleit. After the mass Monslgnor
Itartoloimtis delivered a4 strring ser
mon, in which ho drewv attention to
thte chtango ini human thought whlch
was able to convert this patgani amnphl
theatter Into ai Christ Ian temple.1
Bears Third Set of Twins
in Third Successive Year
Mrs. Annie (Cholick, 24i yeatrs
old1, of Shtamtokin, beenmne P enni
sylvania's champilion mot41her
whten the third se t of twlits in
thre years inaad e thei'lr adllvent
at the Shttiamokin State htosibtal.
Thle firsi IwInts, Iw hV o llys, were
hlornt in 11417, thle secondft~ 1pai1r, a
lboy and11 a gIrl, in 11)18, amflita
few 11h1ys atgo twoi boys arrived4 ,
gI vinrg te weomani atI relorrI of
six IlhibIrent it ithree yliari..
Tips Walt Claimant.
D~etroit, Mich4.---Four ftlger tills ar~e
at poliee healdqilart ers withig ai elatlit
ant. They were bItten off bey Alger
Th'lomipson, taxi l rier, whten a holdup
man tried to gagr him_
Schedule of Warehouse Charges
Laurens, S. C., Sept.1st, 1919
50cts per bale for first month and 40
cents per bale per month thereafter.
These charges covei Storage and In
surance at full value of cotton on day of
fire; weighing and handling into and out
of the Warehouse one time. Additional
handling 1 Octs er ale. Insurance on
Platforms and n under Sprinklers cost
Laurens Bonded Warehouse Co.
Merchants and Farmers Bonded
I wish to announce that I have taken the Laurens County
Agency for the Owen Light and Power Plant.
R. M. Owen, the man who brought out the famous Reo and
the wonderful Owen Magnetic Automobiles, now fathers the
Owen light and Power Plant. He knows each system intimately.
He appreciates each advantage, each limitatioi No man is more
able to judge.
Aad it was because Mr. Owen believed that an improved unit
could be built--more satisfactory than those heretofore offered
that led him to study and work out a better way.
Here, indeed was a fertile field for an imagination and aknowl
edge like his.
It meant new ambitions, new successes.
All over the country he is noted when automobiles are men
tioned. First with the Reo. Then with his own na~med car.
An Owen Plant gives three times as much light as lamps for
the same amount of fuel.
And The Owen Plant reduces house old drudgery.
It takes its place during this shortag~ yi an-power.
No man now can conscientiously 44hhold this great Owen
Plant from his family.
Even from a selfish standpoint, modern farming demands the
proper lighting of buildings and ya s, and labor-saving power.
And light such as this m everything to the women-folks
and children. Merely press (e button on the wall and the magic
of electricity brings to you and yours new joys, new conveniences.
An electric light and power plant that starts and stops iiself.
In no other plant can you obtain the Owen advantage.
Write or Phone
B. R. T. TODD,
Laurens Phone 346. Mail Address, Rarksdae,1. C.e
I wish" to anounce that I have asso
ciated myself with t e Laurens Trust
Company in the real e tate department
and will be glad to ve your property
listed with me.
If you have property to sell or would
like to buy, see me.
P. A. SIMPSON
Laurens, S. C.
FARM FOR SALE
203 Acres, three and one-half
miles from Laurens on Waterloo
road, 7-room dwelling, two tenant
houses, good barn and out houses,
two good pastures, plenty of run
ning water. For prices and terms
W. H. HUDGENS
At J. M. Philpot's Grocery
Another shipment of Hosiery, em
bracing Ladies' Silk and Pink Lisle in white
and colors. We make special mention of
a good quality of black-ribbed hose for
misses or boys at 25cts. a pair.
Ladies New Silk and Voile Waists and
the latest in Ladies' Neckwear.
W. U. Wilson & Co.