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'Porn to Mr. and Airs. Carl Bramlett, a
a girl i'esday morning.
Mr. and Airs. A, aud Martin speat
Siday In Greenville with friends. 1
. Dr. Pat Ray, or the Powe ,)r'ug Com- (
panly, I atmong the inhtinenza patients
this week. ik
.\Iaster Oscar Riddle, Jr., Is spend- hi
Sovrat dayS with his father, .\!r.
0. dI. Rildile, in 'Atlanta. .
All. .l ohn -P. 1l has 'been confinled
to his honie for several days on ac- '
count of siciknesm thought probbly to h
Al i.3 essie SulOith, of ltli more, ar- (
rived in the ^city i,'.t week to take (
echarge of the I millinery department, at
the SFAwitzer Coipany.
Air. It. C. Pletcher, formeli in the iH
lostInrance busin ess here bi ntow to
c-at i i Anderson, wasx a visitor in 1
Ohe city yester'day.
\r.and.\r .ioin hw .\ ndc'.ron,
of Columbia, spent Sunday in the ity sI
with .\lr. Anderson's iparents, \lr. and M,
Alrs. W. tay Anderson.
Ati'. 0. D. Riddle, of the Atlanta v
.lournal, spent Sunday with his pat- v
ents here, Ar. and irs. Calvin Rid- b
(Ie, on Sullivan street.
The many friends of Alr. Jno. Rt. Cl
Finley, of the Madden section, will be f(
glad to learn that lie is steadily lim- A
proving from hir, recent illness.
Mrs. W. B' Padgett, of Saluda, and ft
Mrs. G. ;. Aloffatt, of Atlanta, mother o
and sister of 'Mrs. LT. L. Moore, are
visiting .\lr. and Mrs. loore this .week. d
Airs. 1,. .J. Campbell and little Bill, t
have returned home to GreenVille, af- A
ter spending some time with Mr. and
'.\rs. W. A. Campbell on Easi Alaui
liss Carrie Alarshall, bf Sumter,
has been visiting .Dr. and Mrs. .1. 11. 4
Teague and Ars. R. T. Dunlap for sev- C
eral days. Site returned to tier home
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Kin- t(
ard will be interested in their return s
from Chester to Clinton to mnake their
home, Air. Kinard being with the Sea- d
board there. f,
Miss Kate Padgett, who has been lin
charge of the millinery department at v
the \llnter Company for several sea- 1
sons, returned to the city last week
to take up her dities again. a
.Alr. J. Al. Siinons and Air. C. AM. A
Fuller, .i;ses Teague Simmons, Car
rio Marshall an1d 1Mary Fuller and
Ffarold Fuller, of Mouintville, motored'
up from Mountville Thursday.
Sentlt. W. P. Whaley, who has seen
long service in the ariny, both at home
and in France, received his honorable F
discharge froin the service last week 0
an( is now miking his home at Watts t
Alr. 1". 1,3. ilix, formerly connected I
with tile power plant lit this city, a
stopped over here several days last 1
week w-1ith elatives on his 'way to 1
Concord, N. C., where he will be super- t
intendent of the power plant there V
and it chage of the sale of supplis. I
Mr'. J1. T. A. 'Illowte, who has bee'n r~
staiyin~g in U~nion countty fot' the hast C
sever'al mtoithis siince thei deaith of his 'I
wtife, was a visitr in the city last v
wsee'k. Ills friends hier'e and in the
county will be' gladi to learn that he d
is conisider'ing i'eturtning to th is c2ouni- V
ty to live.
A tptetty home wedding took place &
last Satuirday evenintg, at thle hand- I
s1omie htomie of .\lt . and .\lt's. WV. 1E. f
Pitts, near' Fr'lendsip chur ich, wh'ien i
Sheli' dlaugter'1, .\liss Lela M1ay, was
wedded to Al\i'. H ermtan IT. Tr'aynhtamt.
The weddinig took lilac at' se15(ven- I
thirty o'c'loc'k, antd was witneissed( by
a 1larige iinmber' of the fi'iendq of bothI d
bride and groomi. liThe pre'y and I
(Iharim ig btride wao s' atilfitlIly dr iessed v
in (lark bluer silk, and( went to I le l'
alltr un at tended. 'Te e'remony took le
pla0ce in the Palor', whtich was decor'
a ted for' thle happy oceasion. The d
wedding serice(' was1 saids by the R1ev. 2;
J. .\l. Dallas. the bride's pastor. A f- C
tet' the mnariage the yoiung perople re
ceived the hiear'ty and( sincere eon
gratutlations of their many friends il
prtesecnt. Alt's. Tranynhani i'. one of the V
htest. lovedl yotung women Int F'riendl
shly dlstict, and1 is he(ldl in the bigh
est esteem by all whlo know htei'. She it
Is a deOvoted mnetmber of Friendship C
Presbyterilan chuiirch, andl has r''~endered 2
goodl service to the 'ongregaition as
a Sutnday School tetacher' and assist
ant or'gantist. Alt'. Traynhtam is a g
youn~g gentIleman who is gr'eatly lik- u
ed in thle coimnity 3 for is good eliar- I
acter andi~ fiendl~ly diiposit ion, Hie is
an enter'prisinig farmter, and will no I;
doutbt tmake a stucceso In his choseun.
work, Altr. and Mt's. Tlraynthamn catty t
to theIr new home the best wihshes of i'
all the people, for' a long and happy
Alsa Lfoulie Nielcber'ger announces l1
the engagemett of hot' slalte',' Kate I
* lliet to Mr. Auigustun Hesns Jenttings, C
~f Greenwood, 8. C., the date of the o
Il'rriage. to be announced later. t
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EKO[ NEWS. *
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E'kon, March 1.-After a few weeks'
bsence we will again come with a
The health of our coiArnunity -is fair
good at present, only a few cases
.!Mrs. Jane Culbertson hlas been crit
ally ill for the past several days,
itt we are glad to report -that she is
:nv bctt'!r. Iler daughters, \1 r:,
owlcr, .\rPs. Wallace and Mrs. Ckll
e'son, have been with her for sev
'al days. 31irs. Wallace returned to
or home Sunday.
Mrs. .lattie Hurts and Mrs. l'earle
ooper are up again after a. few dayn-.
.\Ir. T. .1. !ooper has beien oil Ihe
("h list for a few days, but is not (on
ned' to his bed.
l r. W. I'. Culbertson, of Cross
111, Spent a few days in our midst
.\isnJanio and \Margaret. Ashe
ient -unday with .\Ms. Mamie Cald.
3.\s. Lois Iaaw (lee Hiturts) (if (2reen
ille spent a day or two of the past
cek with her sister, .\Mrs. Carl Cul
Mrs. Annie Bobo and children, of
e Madden section, are spending a
w days with h1er' parents, Mr. and
rs. Calvin Chiec'k.
Miss 'Myrtle Culbertson is at home
>r a week, her school having closed
a account of influenza.
Mrs. lierkley Redden and little
iaghter, Ruth, of the Palmetto sc
oil, spent one day last week with
is. Lou Culbertson and daughter.
'Little Miss Mildrei Burts spent Fri
[ty night and Saturday with her
Lint, Mrs. Lou Culbertson.
M1rs. flrissey and Mrs. Lizzle Camp
lI sipent Thursday with Mrs. Cray
.\Misses Dollie Culbertson and Naoma
enington spent awhile Sunday af
rnoon with .\iss Laurence Culbert
We .were very sorry to hear of the
eath of Mr. 'W'lie "Moore, and his
uily have our deepest sympathy.
Mrs. T1. H1. Burts is sptnding awhile
ith hier daughter, 'Mrs. Blanche Cul
Mits. Mary Culbertson Is spenduing
while with her daughter, Mrs. Otis
lartin, of Laurens, who is right sick.
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M itS. .1. M. SIMPSON.*
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On last Monday. Ieb. 23, 1920, the
4eath Angel saw fit to visit the home
r .tr. .1. .\. Sinipson aind take away
ie loving wife and mother. I low
rangely sad tile words fall iipon our
stening ear: "Slie is dead-tlie pleas
nt coiipanilon, the gentl friend, the
)\'ing wife an(1 mothi'." While we
r'ieve to give her up). we rejolce '
iv thought that she is at rest. There
: v vacant, seat around the firioude,
r'oiund the tal!e and elsewhee thatlin
'vei' enn he filledc. We l isteni ini vai n
i' a foot-stepi that is forever' sti Illd.
'her'e is ain achling v'oid in ouri hearits5
'ich ieime cann never fill.
She leaves a husband and1( eiht clili
i'en to mourn hei' loss. '>nly Iwo be
ig mairried, .\ i's. .lamei !i ('vnia ad
Iirs. I leury'3 'lrown. She Is survived
y one little granddaughter. lIIer
cathi w~as duei1 to infhiienza and lpneu-i
momi. 'She was ill about thr iee weeks.
he was laid to r'est in Dials cemneter'y
li'ibruary 2-1. She leaves a host of
'lends anad r'elat ives to mourn heri
'enalss anud Pot at fis ini klendale.
Clem'sionu C~ollege, Feb, 2S..---Alliien -
a'le 'ouinty', aecoi'ding to reporft;
om1 Cun ly Agenit Z. ID. Robiertsoni,
-II 1111t'oiinuts and1( *4weet lpotaitosa
tigely as s;u bslituiites for cot toin. Thlae
oll weevil do(ecs not 1like either of
iese foods ini hihi di et, and lie Alleni
a le. farmersdi: I'refer to hiel p fee'd thlem-.
dyves and othiers with these twvo
irops Ithan to plan cot ton to hielpi feed
ie hiollI weevil.
To'd help makte the growing of Pea
uts and 1)0otatoes succ(essfiul several
nportant steps are beIng taken in
..At least six sweet piotto 0eur
ig and stor'age houses of i',0l00-buushel
pactly andl priob~ably twvo or three of
3,000-b~ushiel capaclity are assu red.
2. he local cotton oil muIs are
Li'tdlig thle n('cessary seed peaOniits
>r' that cr'ol -to r'elleve the idivid
al fai'mer's of the tr'ouible of hunting
iC 'oulnItry over' for seed.
3. A lpeanuit crushing plant i; lbe
ig Pitt in at Ailendale by the SoumthI
'n sot ton Oil Company and will thus
r'vlde a i'eady mariket for' not only
liendale but -the adjoininog cotunties.
4. llefluite and specific Instr'ue
onal liter'atnt'e on ie growing of
iese two ci'ops is being pr'inted and
lsjtibutecd by the County Agent for
le bienefit of those farmeris wvho have
ad little or no experience ia growing
iose Cr'ops commneri'ally, and the
ounty Agent will devote a large 'part
f hi tlidio to personal work along
siNAToR DIAL :SAYS CURE
FORI itOUBLE IS WOR1K.
Say)s It Is Necessary for tie Wefare
anid Prosperity of the Unitted States.
WNashington1 Special to The State.
When the senate was today discuss
ing the (luestion of increasing tile sal
arke4 or governnl(.t etuiployea In the
Canal Zoine, Senator Dial roundly
scored "siwive Cl char" Iihen in the ser'
vlce ald, at Ile saiiie time, startled
his colleagues v'itt the introduction
of i set of resol it ions, Considerably
out of the ordinary for Iheir( original
Senator Dlal's stateletint follows:
"We he. heard a good deal s:.id
ab1out the( clerks who :Ah in swivol
'laira around the table, with tlir
feet upon the table, a1nd we have also
ictrd ,cmcthh I,!. said ;bout the man
... i;.%or.k- i: tor ve hour-s a (my.
11H i ime :t o heard froIm pl wh. oI.
wo'k a jgood deal Ilonger. The're ha.
.inst comle Into in; hands a pampletv
where mn orn1izationl ofrm MMl
shippver; ofi lowa in analtd convenion
at I)e.; loines tlh other' days adopteid
Somie lt'VS0l ions. It migh I ho very
lrotitable to read th(Ill ov.
In thinking about this, it might be
well to consider the farmers. They
are not always holilinug for a hioli
day. They work sometimes 14 or 15
hours a day. Now, they have their
eyes on Washington, to see what we
are doing, and they are heginning to
hold us to more strict account than
they have ever done in the past. I will
not take the tine of the'senate to r:ead
all of the resolutions, but there is one
here, where they say they want tills
body to guarantee, among others, one
thing--that they want. the senate to
pass this resol ution:
"'u tiher, be it resolved, That as an
licideit to the foregoing guaralty
congi'ess shall also be reqtuesteod to
gutiranitee: (1) That we won't have a
diought this suminer; (2) that our
sows will bring forth of their kind
bountifully and plentifully; and (3)
that our eggs wI hatch'.
"The resolutions are froimi an oiN'an
Iz.ation of -1,000 stock shippers in Iowa,
50,000 grain piOdtlcers in .\linneSotL
and 60,000 prodiceis inl Illinois, and a
great number of the farmers of this
Seriously, I piesulite that it is de
sired that some kind of legislation be
passed whereby the (old em ployes of
tie goveI'nment Colld be gotten rid of,
pensioned in some way. But i dto not
feel that tlat time has arrived yet.
Possibly that would Add to the elle
ency of the government service. I
am so told. But I feel that there is
no compulsion; there is no law in this
count ry to imiake people work for this
government. They do not come and
work for the gover'nmientI tinltess they
do it voluntarily. They have an op
tioin to work for tihe government or
iot, as they see proper.
"I feel that of all times this Is the
ilost in'oppoItiue time to miss spe
clali legislation of this kind. juiisi alter
the wari, before we have gotten back
to normal. When thing..; are in a
chaliot ic ic hditio all :1tover' the wvor'ld. It1
is tnindii , It. is uti nkale, It is til
patriotic to comic herie anld ask coin
gr'ess to pass anly tu'th legislation as
t hIs w hen our11 goveirnmientI bondts are
setting at 90O cents oin the doitar. We
w'ant things to beeomie inormal , and I
feet that Is had legislation.
"if peopile do inot w.aint to work for
th is goverinmeint they hiave ai per'fect
uht to qunit. I dto not know anybodty
whoii has ever' tost mt-h healthi ad (
much(1 st.rength biy work. Thle grieat
tr.oublte in thits (enantilry is thait ithey do
not wotrk nouigh. I ustead of trying toC
ciirtail the houris of Jabtor we needl
lngelr hours'~. \\e need'( to produiice
liore imnuthis \cuntry t helup supr
we are <qiitt11iniprduingil:.. We never'
wvill tbring down lhe (oSt oft living so
1l11g as we' curtail prodiuctiont. Thati
in .omi hlttI~leilow for htrolteeinil..
Prieceingi is wrong, hut 11 w'.ill not
ture thle ilgfeel; we hatve to jgo hack
to the oldt fahuionied labor andr tiard
wgork, anid we should r*iemmbeer I
the iieople of th is coutiryt13 have to pa;'
Opens (Ctintoni Office,
'The Davls Itealty Company, with
hoime otliee in Grueenw'ood atnt a
b~ranchi otllce here in char ige of .\lr. TI.
\M. H anina, has otpenied antot her otllec
nClinton in charge of .\ir. U. ('.
(vw'in, form erly of t hc Wari'rioir Criek
'eilon of t he cotiunty.
Card of 'Thanu~!p.
I wish to thankt my' friendus for' th -
votcs ai 'neoira'gemen(t gtven mie it
the city. W'htle I was dhefeated, Ihm
he kindcent feeliings for those who op
tpos(ed me as w~ell as1 those whIo sut
- C. .\T. t AhlItI.
If thie:e w'e;e em * ishoutt the
piwo to liv e In. Oly 3'It wo'uld be
harder to mnke n living.
F or genuinae c<
sign and finish, w<
Wilkes product --3
hogany or Ameri
tapestry or velou
and panelled sidec
pillows and bolste
and wood frames,
tiful patterns. W
through our stock
FINAL ISETTI EM3ENT.
Take notice that on the h)i day o
April, 1920, 1 will render a final aC
co it of myn and doings as Admin
istrator of the estate of .nu Ct'. Boyd
deceased, in the offlee of thA udge of
Probate of vealron1 uoty, at I I
O' plock, . m. and on the sa te day
will apply for a dia d s pacharge froml
mny trust as Administrator.
A ny eson indebted to said estate
h; notified and reuired to rame pay
ment on that daW; and all persons
having Claims araint Said estok will
prent them on or thdore said dale,
Ily proven or he fornver balred.
J.\NIE-: S. I11E,
count of y acts.ad insra trdix.
itration fr Lette or .Joministrnlloy.
sueeit it tligrantie the .1itters of -
minostatio of the c'nt a 1ffct
o'fok ~i.F. Posey Str.dOltesiii a
Thes ayfre, thrflor et rite an d
mni rust al Admsinistrar.teKide
andt ('reditorso tei iiid to. 1a. ePasy
Sent donae that tey be all p
hvari beore meint thi ('trt wfiPrt
dhatv oet be he i atL arreslour
'Itloseo Lauets R. ., on A the 1sth datio
of .trh 190 noet, aferpulinto
hee a.t o'loci te forenoont 4111 td
Rudioi all caus(, i any~ the have wh
th11 eitAdministhraid t Phul not e,
8 en und(er1l my han th lith aday
:| 21Ar h.l. iC.i) h( ('o .r of ('.
1,1ta lituaICon i at oeio C o.::- t
Ilse ainrus 8. d ' to 2 tDays 2 I d
o"LAXett'OS neTt, PltfN" iioaispecially.
prepaced41t 1 Sy' ocle in.: lit.':Oe r Haitua
Ciptii. CIIS' i.h promptl hve yu
iishoud btAdminirat!ioy :rul oto hed
Yo nrbe n m ore ambi ~tioan you:'etor
bod Is n oo 2 onionymurtesi
iretres Energ an Vital. '' iaitybPurifin
and Enichin th'e B~lod. 4R Whe yu feel
it Yornghnig inviortn Work,se
hou itring oore mbtoutces arnd gotwor
enomtot ofe tevppetingo your e
apprecdats is true( otoni a urii i
GJROVU'S TASThLIESS Chill TONIC
rers apaent medicineit iy suify
So1( leasntrenchildrenheieoit. Thnyo e
bhowod brinssuinlnr to Purif chtk and hRow
to imnrvh ithes :laei yonill prop
pecrte e i trve outi valurii
TARUSLE~iSS Chill TONI'ha maeCi
bthed fvrito~l toni n toPuriyand to mr,
Mres e thail tohrt-ive oyeaprsiago, folk
toh lorid. ogdsacet e RV'
TASTELESS Chil TONIC he n ia
member of theIr family had Malaria (or
needed a body-building, strength-giving
tonic.o The formula is just the samet to
day, and you can get it fromn any drug
store. 800. per bottle.
yWill Appreciate a
>mfort combined with a richness of de
a suggest this living room suite. It is a
rour guarantee of excellent quality and
.Beautifully finished in either Ma
can Walnut. Upholstered in figured
r. The three pieces have cane back
;. Cushions are loose. Complete with
Vin over twenV t differenL suits in reed
upholsterings of best grade and beau
e would be glad for you to call and look
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E. H. WilIkes Co..
Doors and Sashes
8x10 Twelve Light Windows
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED
H.o L. R"!oper &Co.
l,' i .\i !, e, 11 1 ii 2, I V 1 i2I I. -A(-.I/a e lur
I'1.v Nife 'And mllyself of inlfinefgra ..: 11 v alge o ivni w r
on. I 4.)1uld not g a doctor. \I' an.i d I i 00 ok wo Lot les o(
.\lion', thie great 1,ive!. Kidnev an'I .-' ah cl i orndy, a'.nd rubbed
with .\lvitonl's l . .i d Oil, ("he great holte a d ner ' -v
and we are enred of a severe attack of tinfinenza. I sinerely reen
mend .IeIhote 1o sulffering humoaitly a: I fully hi-lieve that .lt M -
lone Indian Native lerbs saved my life.
Signedl '1 .sLviV .!ack
''12 F.1).2, 0arlngt nX. C."
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.\leitone's, Fir .1 -\Aid O i, Ith.(. Nr\ d illff l in wilt are soul
eo uIsively' v bY lho -Pulmanl g 0 iur , il umr ehn Q I 1d 1
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