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Mrs. J. C. Philpot is reported very
ill at her home on Sullivan street.
Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Marion and
children, of Sumter, are visiting rela
tives In the city.
Miss lluth Bagwell, stenographer In
the office of Gov. Cooper, spent the
weck-enld In the city with her mother.
Miss Josle Anderson has been spend
ig several 'lays in Spa rtanlurg with
her sister, Mrs. los. T. .Jlohilso.
Miss Ilattie Simpson retiirnied last
week after a de,lightful visit to New
bern, N. C.
Mirs. W. Joel Smith, of .\bbville, is
visiting her parents, ra. ami Mirs. E.
Mi. and Mrs. 11. C. Cartledge and
children, of A ugiusta. are visiting their
parents, Mi. ani Nis. Aug. 1in ff.
Mir. 1. A. Sullivan, Jr., retu rned to
the city Monday after spending sever
al weeks in Texas.
Misses Mlr and I ula Laittle spent
several days in tile city last week as
guests of 'Miss Marie Langston.
Mrs. 4. T. S'hell and daughter, MisS
Eva Shell, of Gray Coutrt, were visitors
In the city yesterday.
Mi's. W. L. Hoyd and M.iss Willou
'''iir'-1iAlMonday froim thle mioiiii
tains of North Carolina.
i'. and Mrs. John laaw Anderson,
of Coluiibia, splelt Sunday in the city
with their parents, Rev. and Mirs. W.
Rev. C. T. Squires returned to the
city from North 'arolina last .week
and will occupy hiIs pulpit at. the
Presbyteria church next. Sunday.
ir. i. f. HIlumbert, in charge of
federal aid work in Bamberg county,
spent the week-end in the city with
ir. and Mirs. J. ). Watts have re
turned to the city aftei spending a
part of the sumilliler in the muountains
of .Norith Carolina.
.lr. laawrence l'itts and family, of
Rock 11111. stopped over in the city
yesterday with relatives on their way
hoio from the mountains.
Mirs. It. W. Gilliand, of Fountain
Inn, is visiting her mother, Mirs. W.
T11. Dorroh. having come down to at
tend the Dorrloh-Smlith wedding.
1' S. DIvpmty Maishall T ' A. Adams
and wife and Mir. and . Mitchell,
of Greenville, were visitors in the city
Ihient. .Aarionl Wilkces, who ny
ret urned from overseas, has retinied
to Calip (ordon. alfteri spending a few
days wfiih his parents, Mir. and Mirs.
E. 11. Wilkes.
ollbert Ailien, Charles iughes. Cal
vin Teagu ie Cabhell Ga i' ret t , Robert
3MeCuen and l'inkney Sullivan left. this
eek foi' I)avi 'i( College to beg in
their Studi. es again.
.\r. Z. It. Itiddell, who Is, colnneted
witlh the Sout herl Hallway, in Birm
Inhai. A., I is in the city for a week's
visit to his 1110ther, i's. l1aa Riddell,
oin Sullivan street.
.Irt. an m l s. I. '. Simpson and
cliidrien have i'eti ued to t heiri hiomie
ne(ar' hlarksdale, afteri spending a few
weeks in Albany. Ala., withi .\'s.
.\lIss .\iazil Wr'ighmt,'of Warie Shoals.
has just ret urnmed to1 her home fi'om
a pheasant visit Inl the "I14and( of tihe
Sky", Waynesville, N. ('., a guest of
Mm's. I'. C. Walker.
IRev. W iilmot 5. Ilo1 ies and family
ar ie explected to arr'ive in thle city3 fr'om
Salpthiire, N. ('., today and11 will i'e
sume the regulat' ser'vices at the
31irs. Johni loi'gan fund little (daugh1
ter have i'eti ued to t'nl on afteri
spending severtal weeks In the city
'with .\ Mms. M\organi's paretts. M\r. and
M re'. P'. A. Similpson.
Col. Joltn N. Wright, wvho has been
visitinug hiis fathei' here for severial
(lays, and .\IIss Ileniry Wight Ileave to
day for Pin1ev ill e, N. ('., to vlsitIII teir
stter. .\ir. i limies.
Milsses T sabelI and Ine z lIIIakely3 of
L~aurens 11. F. I).. and Ituthi Owlngs
of Gray Couti are giiests for' the
wek ('o.(f .\ isse's I ,oul se andil Saria Pow
Iir onl Wes(t Niatin Street.
I)r.' andh .\hi':. It. 1. Ilughes. .\lss
?lairy. lI ughies and .Tnster' itolfe, Jr.,
re(turned('( hiomei laist wetk afiti' a de4
lighutful stay oif several',1 wee'(k' with
\IS. A. I'>.I 11oller antd .\liss I ess~
('11 eia will leave the Iattei' pail of
lhe wveek for Greentllwoodi~ as delegatIes
to the ;Itat4 isioniary meeting of' the
ltobelirt N1ii(uli and Warr'iei niot.
who have bs'een w'ithi tihe lie dpath1
('himutaurnla duinig thle uniner
i'. naid .\t's. .\I. TI. Williaaw, (of
lait sbioro, N. V'., have' h: 'n .g1e,.;..g
l'dmr. 1'. ('. W iliu i o .\T'. .1. .. '
\i'iters ('hail!: i i 'ue lenr'.' -r
s5ec lingil om.e tim" !l V e "! .' 'h
thir i ;irandmoiuther'I. Nh's. WV. TI. Ior
Fraun k Armstrlonlg,,Conniem' Owvens,
J.L.af Lan01ton, leal0(13 Cri'p andTru
college to join the foot-ball squad for
preliminary practice before the regu
lar session opens.
The friends of Mrs. J. T. A. Ballew,
of Lisbon section, will be sorry to
learn that she has been forced to un
(lergo hospital treatment and is now
at the Julia Irby sanitarium in this
Rev. anId Mrs. Sanders Guigliard,
wito are nIow liviig at lt. Pleasant,
have been slopping over In the city
several days oin their way home frIom
Nothil C( arollia. \'1 lie here thi ey have
beenl the guests of 3ir. and Mrs.
TO POWEIR CONTI.ACT
P(wer Comtiipaniy to Sell E.-lectric Cur
renItt for ElIeelrtIe Stoves 111nd iHeat
At the nileetilig of City Coigit il Nion
day evenitig the supplveent to the
Iower' company cottract providilg for
tHie sa]lI of electrie power for stoves
and heaters by the power compaly
wvas formally ratifled. Mi. Ilarney,
sp1erillteildelit of the power company,
.aid yes-teiday that tile power coll
pany wouIld 'harge t cellts per kiflo
watt hour1 for cur treit for such ur-ii
poses and that. tile mini m charge
per inontih would he $1.00. Whethlier
heating Floves Inl addition to cooking
stoves ate to be ilciitllded iln this suip
lemenft, of course will diepeldl upon
ite coistrietioni which may be placed
11pon the word iig of the Contract aiilI
upon1 tle dispositoiln of tho power
cotupany ill thIs respeet.
The suppleilleptary contract, duly
sigiled by Pres; Dial of tihe power
company and layor C. It. Babb is as
Laurens, S. C., Aug. 30, 1919.
City Council of 'aurens,
Laurens, S. C.
Tile following Is to attach as a sill)
plement, to our regular contract:
As per request of the City Council
we, the Reedy Rtiver Power Conpany
hereby slibit the following agree
mcit for the Cooking an(d Heating
rate. Tihe said Reedy River Power
Company to fuirnish t ran1lSform11e's
and conn1ect to tile City's prmnary
i les ad11(1 the said lleedy 11iver Power
Compally to make a rate to the coi
suIer, an11d to colleet all hills fromt
tIle consumer. All culrr'nt to he
measur1led by St1111dard meters. The
total amlounlt of lK. W. It. registeredI
onl Ihe Said meterus to be deduceted from
the lX. W. 1t. registerdl onIth las
1t.r Nlttrt at th City SIb-station.
We, Ile Itedy Iliver Power (C-Imn
paly agree to credit the 'City 3 ('elts
(th're') per. K. W. It. for 111 cilreunI
colnsu d b1(1y viIeh and al1 (custom1e's
donInected with the said City lines.
It is furtliher agreed by the eedy
Iltiver Power Colall)ny to allow ti.
City of LauIrels, at. any tim11e tillrting
the lire of tie pitesnclt five-year coil
trael. to take Over tile leatillg and
cooking buisinless, by thev said City of
Laitreis Ieilllblsiig the said power
company to tIie a11mu of the cost of
ins~tallationl and1 ettimenl'lt for the
samelI. Thllis supp~ilemlentary '3 agree
men(11t to e'xpIire ait thle ex pira1tion1 (if
tile prtestlt conitiract ill existnc b~CCle
tween~ thle City3 of Laurienls andil lie
I leedy II iver P oweir Comllpany13. At tile
exiri on 1( of satid contra('t tile lleedy3
lRiver Power Compiany' has tile piower
to mlove S~ sid appilaratuls uniless till
('11y has paid fot' the samelt.
IlENI)Y llIVI~lt POWdCR CO.,
CiTY 0O" IAUJRIDNS,
C. M1. llabb, Alayor'.
('ardl of 'IThantks.
Tio all, wh'io by3 tenlder mtinlistrt'ion
and1( sy'mpathy htelped to lessen tile
suf fering and 81 sustalin tile )at1 ince of
lng his Ilng affiction and( to all, who
1by flowers,'M inl htoor ofC the dlead, and(
Sxpress5ing1 swet ., tendere t'houlitght s of
symp:9 thyi fol' is, ort biy thly:C3 acts (If
iTo' li th :: 'itnd t ri edl' and' Stru ,i
t'tytbetlt''ded to' ttaiho iyou
n otlet'ctid tuen ('o ('lei
ft'. a tim lr itra' l t orejow.
7-I Mte-a-i fth ye cool
Miss Roberta Dorroh and Mr. Josepii
F. Snith Were happily married at the
home of the bride's nother, AMrs. W.
T. Dorroh at noon Saturday. The
cereimony was performed by Rlev. C.
T. Sqluires, past or of the Wl'sI Pros
byteriani church. The honie w%,as pret
tily decorated for the occasion and
rIade a very 1,leasing appearance. The
bride wvor'e a hei'oniing traveling su it
witlh hat to match, and never looked
lovelier than in h(r' wedding costulone.
lmniedallhtely afteri the cererNiony Ihey
left ol an automoijle trip to North
Carolina. The bride has recenitly been
imiployed l in the l'aliet to hank. Mir.
Silith was a lieulenant in Co. 1), 118th
Infant ry anl sevedl nearly a year in
Era nce. Both young people have a
host of friend.; in the city adi colinty
who wish Ileni inlih happliness ill
1; fe. They are iow at home at their
iden ce on Iiby Aventie.
On lIst Thursday evening Miss
Nltlel Langston gave a Iniscellainous
shower in honor of \liss Roberta Dor
rol, who on Satirday beenine the
bride of 'Mr. .oe 1". Smith1i. This show
(r was in the natirie of a surprise to
tle bride-elect. wio) wa; wholly un
aware of what the evening held in
stor" for her te nti! tle glests had all
After her guests had engaged in
pleasant conversatlon for a While Miss
Langston Invited them Into the sitti ng
room. There the bride-elect was seat
ed before a large table. Aliss Nora
Langston then entered from a side
door bearing in her arnis a large
basket laden with lovely gifts for the
honored gues', While tle gifts Were
he'ny untied and admired each one
s'resentf. wrote I n the bride's book a
wish for her fittire happiness. Before
parting for the evening a delicious
ice co'ise wps served by a nuiber of
0 0 o
Mliss IIenry Wright charmi ingly en
tertaiined with a rook party yesterday
afternoon in honor of .\lrs. Joe F.
Smith, a recent bride. Tle gaimes
were played on the porch, wlich had
been tastefully arrangel for the oe
casion. Afteir a nin ei of gaImes
wee n.ioyed, a tenlit in g salad courise
was served. The bride was presentd
with a lovely holli et, of asters by
tile hostess. 'Mrs. II. K. Aiken, Mr.l.
J. II. Teagiue and Mrs. Jeroine Chris
topher assisted .:I enteirtaiining.
('ithl of Thanks.
When doatlh renimves on e's noarest
andl dearest, it is specially comforfing
have friends lielp you hea r t lie
g rivt. We wish to thank mo-t si eri
eveiyone who admilnistered so kind
l\ diring the sickiess ani deati of
oh' wife and mother. Tllhe minany beau
.t.i.l lo rs were most highly appre
('ecil O . .\la ddeni and 'Cliild rn.
New Vulanizinig Stathion.
.\Mir. 1101nry W. IlurmkhIiead,0' 'h ir
I otto, has recenly 13 comie to L aurI ens
anid op~ened a miodernu vuilea nizliig st a
lion at the City ServIce Statimon op
Ilosite ('hildress' Stable. .\i'. Iluirk
head selectedi Laurens as a place to
open his busIness after lookIng over
lthe situtin in severa'ml ithler' towns
and expects to dho a big buinless hiere.
MORE CARS COMING
W\ilsoni's G'ap. TPenn.,
Aug. 29, 1919.
I lear Daddy: -
Aft 0r so long a timie I fonnd my13 old(
fiend, .Joe Itroosks, w hi you kniow
has been a life-long f.'i- od of our's
aind wee had almost 1(1 -It i'act of him
but when~m I arrived lhe ' this mnorninig
he wmi*'I le first man 5'ho gr'eet ed no.
lii' had started out of lis garage when~i
I cami up. l-le saidl I saw In the pa
' "'I wher(e I was in Ford lbus iness
and ~ says: ''Nowi, J1ack s l-:d, 'omei(
in, I wianit to do .ome business with
lieu ore I left thle town I had buought
;ou r wIth self-starterr and shoek ab
sorber is, besides eiht '.more' niw
I''oirds, binlg thme bes.t lot' f cam's I
ha:;vi ever startedl thiroiigh Tleniiessee
I do not kniowi lust how soon I will
lrive in l~iiirens but I 'wantI you to
s'nd somie of the' boys throiugh~l to
heilp Iinie. Te'll the boys -of I anrtens.
. Ie thiimilves,( oif wvhat I have, will
Tlhils Is a minuting towni, as youi know,
We ln;ht n iink our f'rletals nmu
noil sollt their tr'ia in th Iinuiuire.
J., F. HICKS & SON.
Habitual Constipation Cured
In 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-lOS WIT'II P'EPSIN" is a sisecially
prepiaredt SyruonsiicL- I .ax at ive for! in bituail
Constipation. It relieves p'rompt111ly but1
shiouiitli e taken regularly for I '1 to .1 (lays
to iniduce regular act ion. It St inateil~is andii
Regulates Very Pleasant. to T1ake. 60c
the Kitchen Cabinet that saves miles ofsteps
dafombek ast - to din
Sag par of thsnegyi
Thve Hose kitcheno cab--- e e c a
vi ItV' wil saemn- tp
gyou use it. Within this at
dayfrombrekfas to in- tractive labor-saving cabinet
i lare centered the supplies and
yutensils needed. And you it
S e a m i restfully while at work.
And do you know that a Hoosiers are inexpens' ---
large part of this energy is many models to select rom.
wasted, foolishly spent? A small payment puts one in
The Hoosier kitchen cabi- your kitchen. Don't forfeit
net was made to corrert this the best part of your days in
evil. It will save many steps needless toil. Now is the time
and many minutes every hour to select your Hoosier!
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
will be sold in
this city by
PALMETTO AUTO & ACCESSORY CO.
112 Main St. Phone 200
NOTICE- OF1 LOST STOCKl. LAN 1) SA i, E. E I l ds E W 1' i on 1' \
Notlev is livreby yIven that C rtill- Tlw u lti'sl olt 'll)-i of sal, Cash. !'rchas I to
(nte No. 31 of the par value of $1(0 of l".dwards. dvc 'Isvd, will sell
the capital stock of Ile .,auirenis C ;la5. l at lssa li autetion. at liialui 1u1n, S. AV. 1.). PIDWA lms,
\\'ORks issued to me on .uly 21, 1911 C., at oclock 1'. M. oil the (;ll day .1. '. EL)WAl1),
has bven lost and that I will nake ap- of Sopteinlwr, V019. in frot of tl
p1iLtion to !ho said Lattrns ("lass Peoples Ia uk, all of that. pi vo or tract
\Vork for a nww certifleat i li Hel of 4 land, ly I hg, heiig Ill( sit IIl
san on Sept. 11, 1919. a s tt 1' I) WA1 S,
la. S. 1"L1-T4El. Containing one hndred (100) WcTSat Y. A. 1'anA n,)S.
:1-Ct-A m11'ope oa leSS, aOllotde by lands of A Au 20, 1919. 6-3t-A