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S~ bt. 27.-After eleven
sit ft(I rg, .4r, Edyard.,C. Chap.
-(attuday night at 1:30
~ck' 9 J alysis. He was stricken
it 0 t 14, and dur
tie ' tlsu rer lay appar
Iiionselouso state without
wor'd or taking nourish
t. he seemed rational.
8 igns of wanting to talk to
those- lit hiin but could not. All
tht n cal skill, tralnqd nursing, a
devoted.. soi, and the te'iMer care of
many friends could il'qgaviiled noth
ng in Arrest ing th'oiffe-destroylng
malady. .The funeral Atid buril't rites
were hold at I Ibefty SprIngs Presby
terian Churbc, of whicteli deceased
had long been a imeimbeii ' Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock, conducted by the
pastor, Rev. W. ). ;llathford.
r,,hapman was vr 63 years of
age and is siuriVive if,. one son, 11r.
Douglas Chapman of . hIs place, his
wife having preceded himt to the grave
several years ago.- He also leaves one
brotier. Mr. Guss Chapman of 1'old
h'liouth .oinwhat qliet and reserved
the decatl S 2d was a uisefti ul CIIristian
citiztn. always interested in the social
and r:i;,iouls afairs of his communily
and( devoting Il. atieltioni and limeanls
to th. wklfare of hisi connti'y. ills love
and FatherViy devotion l his only child
was heuiful indeed, lIbt he gladly
yi(Ied him for his coutrlty's se'vice
in Franc; durline, the late war.
A inelt.s(sare ('lm, .fIoim Coronaea
suni:iy minoicing the death of .lrs.
Amelia Anorilon at ier home in that
town satuiday even inig. irs. Andeir
sonl was& the w.ife of .\It. .Joe .\nder.,onl
and a i of Messrs. W. C. Hasor
of this plac., ail S. .1. Itasor of IMount -
villA The funeral Ierviles will be
held i..; I.\londay) fitrnoon at C(oro
naet. VAi.. Ai aOn w111s1 ovt sOven
tl. y'al - :'..e alldu a (I'1:dhr t the
uat1 i. . iI. I.. ( . I .; of) thii
coun:.. . Ta o ahl r o f tvhis wclu
in I Iii1 : I~ lIx
il l :hi V
14)'!a 1 1. t'ta I oi l his.,
('I rt! o: mt 1,,: t o \. Itt I: ()It II "
lM e h 11( a l La;: I ll t, w onm wJ ie
lath. aCt ak deli t o tial
tile id il e o il 1 ) idnn1 re hzi -llcv'A
ittipact aI'l foi. sverlal yvan'i pI-eiClI
it was ctiod fey a ( nlo)'o it'silt
fa.i.It will bf repilaedt hy a newV.
four r- iom fril tA ofii lutn.
.lA r a. . 1, Th I as he a o i f ..
re ns, a' ihi lat a nday el in ( 'lne.s
Wfi with th ei sonNin . Atheliu itowa
andnd here iadl selt calls on
oiter f Viclds.
nIisspes Lon :n d Iast S 0nda weoe in W('ro
among tho .e w\,]ho attended the Green
Wood fair last w(eek.
Stat1e 'onstale ( S. W. I .owe, wh ih
here Iast week, was nol asleep oni hi.~
job), but1 1:',pt a keent e'ye opten fo!
hooz.e. Oneli dlay while4 saunHfi'trin2
lthrough! lhe ol livery sta bles,. a por.
lion of -::iih is n4w tusedt :a a. un~der.
take''s btd. bis acute olfactoryv or1
gans ca,::.t a sniff of a hidden ti
net . E 9 ow'in)-, t his scet~ in thle di
lheV na.- h-d to thme h.are andl riebi
undert' th teat . snutdgy b4!(dded fron
vie'w, be, foundI a half gallon frotit ja:
abou: h: : full ofI lignor. Ftalling 1<
lind an) <,',ier lie (conSignedI the tiuhii
to) it' legal place In the street
Whethera- the stuff was dead1( and read:
for bur::.ial, or' whether the hiearise simi
ply 011 o tle a safe 'ecp from!f d(le C
I ion is not known as no one darei
test its life gIving prolperties.
Cavtt. .1. .1. McSwain, or Greenvillt
Wmt. A*. 'rSwain, of Columbhia, Ad
mira 1'.1\le-GoIwan, of Washin~gtonl, an
('apt. M\c( owan Itolimes. of Charlestor
were all in ('ross 11111 lastt week v'islt
ing relIatIvYe: and lookinug after b usl
We wer)e glad to see in Crioss -il
Satur tde y Miss aneyiiC (Gomgans of Ashie
ylile. She was down to1 see her' auni3
MIrs; !Iney Denny113, ~ih ban been quit
sIck for some time. 'MIss (logg'Ant I
(clightedI with 'ber teach ingwo
the Asheville IchIools andl th le cl*
educten!onal facilitIes, employltug
*hundrel'(d teachers' andi the use0 of sei
en largeC bltlQlIngs.
- ba'lly Thought.
ThI wi.orbd knotws' ntothiff of its
trent~.:- men.-Xir Ilenryv Taylole.
-SEAttD T9NS ONLY
AT YOUR~ GROCERS
* 801II0L NEWS.
The regular meeting of the Mc
Gowan !Literary Society Will be held
on FridaY, October 31st. The follow
ing program1 will be carried out: De
bate--Resolved, That the State Should
Lend Money to Students in State Col
leges Instead.of Giving Beholarships.
Afirmative, Beatrice Babb and Wyatt
Waldrop; negative, Harry Woodside
and Filoride UMoore. 'Music, Enimle
Lou Washington. Jokes, Roy Chil
dress, eclanation, Ray Gaston.
School 'News, A. 13. tMadden. Song by.
The local high school. teanm and the'
Clinton high school teatif will meet
Friday afternoon of this week in a
game of football on the new athletic.
Hoeld. This will doubtless be the most
knterest Ing game to be played here, al.
the teams are evenly matched aid., a
good deal of rivalry is being sljoWn.
Clinton's team is light but fast. 'They
made a splendid showing against the
Pihlberton teani in Clinton last Friday
and exhibited marvelous skill in the
uIse of tie forward pass and the open
st-yle of play. Tihe local team is sore
OVer Its defeat by Thorn*ell Orphan
age last Friday and are determined lo
Win. Iard practice will lbe ldl(I ev
rvy dflay this week 1(1 the weak spots
lid . 'The game will be called at 4
I'. .31. .\Ahnission will he Va and 27,
Admiria l Suel Ale(ow.an. dm1 ring
ii rec ent vi i to relatives her- Lave
olice that he Woi(l again ofter a
mIedal for lhe be. t essay to be writtei
on some sub)ect to be selected later.
The. stb.4ct will be announced with
ini ha ne*t few days.
'The class of 1920 have piurchased
claps rings vith the inscript ion: "Lau
reus 1-11 School", and the figures
19O. - Ttore aro fourrteen members
In e c 1, 1twelve girls and two
-V- Veun IM1ster casts become soiled,.
d1 -thent Into (old liquid starch.
IV I thtare y(I, brushl the starch
nlid tlb drt will come off with it,
I ing the cast leaII 14. white like
a conipletely washil out of rty *ysitep 1)
Ihe ecleIrfed Shiva'r AlineralW-or. / Pos
tively guaranteed by' noney ack offer
'Tastces fisic; costs a trifle. D'hi n
where by our Laurens Agents .-, C. She4
& Co. I'hone tIe n .
DON'T SPOIL A (001) MEAL
WH'HI A BAD STOMACH
If a physician, a specialist in stoin
ach (Iseases, came to you and said:
"I will fix up that iniserable, worn out
stomach for you or money back.
"I will make It as good as new so
you will not suffer from any distress
and can eat what ybu want without
fear or uufffering, or money back,
would you turn down his offer? 8
And when you are offered MI-o-na
stomach tablets, made from a prescrip
tion better han many of the stomach
speclallsts know how to write, are you
golig to be narrow minded and con
tite to suffer from indigestion, or are
yo'1. going to be fair to yourself'and.
try MI-o-na on the money back agree
Mi-o-na stomach tablets are qffered
to yoit on this basis, that if they (10 not
put our stomach intp such good shape
that there is no dizziness, sour, som
ach, biliousness, sick headache, and
stomitch distress, your money will be
returned. For sale by Laurens Drug
Co. ald all leading dr.uggistl.
W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
Dealers it everything for the come
The large3t and best equipped mcon
nemital mills in the Carolinas.
REENWOOD, - S. C.
Tne significance of our victory
will be retained
ancl, will grow through gifts niade-now irgits
Jewelry is the only real commemorative'gift
It's significance, properly engraved on tle
article itself, can never be lost, but is retainee
from generation to generation.
We have an array of such gift for your inspectiop
here that will meet any requiremeets you may have.
We will engrave them as you suggest.
'Twill pay you to see, them not% I
REGISTERED 00 TR.IDT
WHEN YOU IHINK OF JEWELRY.- THINk OF
WT C T E .LA BLU %JE REN.S.C.
WT SIDE COURT SQkUARE LAU RE N S. S.C
landsoe &Set of Cooking
Given to you on this occasion only,
at our store--a -beautiful set of
substantial, useful and extra good
quality Cooking Ware--with your " 1
purchase o any style or size - 1
Great Majestic Range!
Majestic Range Bargain ee
October 27th to November 1st, 1919
During this Bargain Week--One Week Only ;). l"a(1 Willr 4'lr"t lolllv and v'441V('livilt WitI
We nmake thliS xrodnr pea valuev otfer. to you. 141y
Bar ai ,l'I 6. N pigsm oo;i ss.p)~t( %il l(!
yom- i\aje.itie Range NOW ! The pri(e is tlie a11 m (e
r'eguua' Great lajestic prie. No exta elharge whaitevelr for (i1l1-116h. ' takv. afi holdI ally weigh Plaed 0 o 1.
7. ' *;2:;. eotil d ii,11a i d.ll pl 1 )11w rv -i11 ofl
your. coilplete set of fin) e 4cooking Wu4'11. Yet you ouild ntsa es t'l el w i id e xpilsv.
blu v this set of cooking wire Iolli allywhere, any tilm, for % Wl P(
*tJoilit ofpi I mihi we-Is pp oi'l o
- es ta $10.00. And yol la1 nnot bluy at aly priv c i a ranoge St relgti: . troitt or till at l and .111(1 0 , ovel ' e PC I
Ihat is the eqtial (it' tho (Grent AN1.jestie. Its fil'st Cost is r)aU - wit l lestip114' I naIleala e ifroll--ti-mrest oth
Iically its olly 'ost. Long rat1nge lite, ecPonmy )f I('le. dilla- (1S 1 %V0w1kest
bility, and satisfactory ser-vice---mlake the Alaijestiv 11he nmlst 1vl "(h s pa ; k Hoe] vioe eleS niya d
eomlo4)111 o' of rantges. elelly. Ash vII clit 1his ashes I hut )1henvi.m. !'all oll
Cote thoui'Majestic Range Demonstration
- l'e. resentative of th mf. will be here at oor t o h' dt h1 r u .nI
store to'help It.- show anld exph inl to youl the nunily .\la1jestilee rl"li~-;olot ssa r4 1,
Ietill -S of su1periority. '. to \ N
A Ee of the.Reas','V' -the Majestic
is the Ra r ou
1. All-eopper hot watel are."r , palitented shiftin) 'C levpri'
con11trols; %ater temlpe'ratulre.k .,.oh rrn p le o SV )v li oV il 10
2. tipdy Of Cha l jol Iron;I Iets r110 and lasts 3 timc1
longer 1than Ste'. D it I'l 1101 The MON, Nh1 k(la t '?pee i t it t
l d with Ashestoi.a.rd 1-4 inh thiek; preven1tst loI(1
Of hieIt and saves Wue.
dr S DepartmbLe.n toreit
- Ware ShoalsaS. C .
9 elel s ai iesoerm vsahsesl n