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* Local an'l Personal Mention. '
Mr. and Nirs. John F. lokt are Fpilend
ing tihis week iU Geensboro, N. C.,
witl Mr. and rAls. F'. I, Tatumj.
)K K. Illtn 1P iS, whIo is 'alttendint,
Frnzian, -pent l'he week-ed(I at lIome
\With his mlothler, "\11. . K. 1lumphr1,
Carlisle Holler, of \Vofford (iCollee,
'yent hie week-(end in the city with
f i'i ends.
Phil 1). I1uft, Dave Childress, i.;arl
L1,sngaton and Tomn Easte rb'y mtiale a
flying visit to I'taley Sunday.
A isses 1rth' Franiks, AlilIdred
Colints, eI'ary 'Hlackwell and Anona
Sillivar, all stidents at \Wintilop cot
lege, spent the week-end at home.
Mr's. 1'. PI McGowan leaves today for
Columbia, where she will attend the
sessions of the Soutlhern~lassieal As
sociaitioni.
Tisses Marion and Katherine Dolt,
who are attenidIng IAiestone college,
spent the week-end in 'the city with
theor,-par.ents, Mir. and Mrs. .'Warren
TDolt.
.Niiss .Jianita Wilkes, who is attend
'Ing W\inthrop, spent the week-en-! in
the city with hnr Father, Mr. S. M.
Wilkes. She had as her guest for the
fdA days one of her college mates, 'Miss
1ssie Russell, and another friend,'Mlss
Rlebekah DeLToache, of Camden.
licut. J. Leland Holt, who has 'been
at home on a furlough for several
weeks, left Saturday for San Francisco
where he will take ship for Tanilla,
Phillipine Islands. bleut. 161t was
selected as one out of his reinent,
the 45th Infantry, to be sent to M1anilla
on special work,'this being consilered
one of the most desirable assigimrents
in the -military service.
ClINTON NEWS NOTES
Intereting Personal and Socli sLtens
of Neighorling City.
Clinton, Feb. 22.-Miss :'er~triode
Smith, of Kinards, spent the wedk-end
with Mrs. W. D. Copeland.
Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Sproles, of Green
wood, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
F. NI. Boland last week.
Miss Collett Griffin spent the ;week
end with her mother, Mrs. .Juidat(iflin,
Mrs. Plowden, of Columbia, is the
guest of 'her sister, 'Mrs. 1). 0. Rhamne
Mlrs. R. 1. Sadler returned .rhesday
from Rock Hill, after spending a weelk
with relatives.
Mrs. W. 'P. Jacols entertained the
Tuesday Afternoon Club last week. At
ter a pleasant hour of fancy work the
hostess served u -delicious salad-course
alld tea. to the following members:
Mesdamnes Reece Yotng, W. B.iOwens
Jr., Kenneth Burdette, John T. Youi:g
and Miss Dorcas .lason.
Misses Mary Henry, It. ('opdland and
Elizabeth Young of Chicora college
speit the weel(-end at hoime with their
r"arents.
Mir. and .\lr' . W. .1. 1 aily spent laMt
week inl\I lla witlh 1r, and MNIrs. Dil
lard Jacobs.
.\C. ('. ('. \\ llaic.' r'tiurined to h1,
hiomle in \ ~ Aheile 1.ot Saiturd'tyIa'i'oti
spening1 'evra ldays (with lier qin'r
NIelmann-s H. S. I'. t(lte andi Irvin
(Colent-un trtit d itite a nitiher of
liai fiici at0' ilo lpartiis last Sat
iirdiay~ inornItiu'. and after'noon. Th'ey
wereii asstisted' ini iintert'aitinog byv 21les
diamue .\. . .lHadden, .1. K. llation,
Jlr., .ias. it. (cpeland andi~ M~ises im
ie( lsibetsont andl D oreas Mason0. A
dlicious saland couruse anid hot ten
were served to ablout. 'gghty guests.
.\ rrs. J1. A. ileyi c enteritai ned the
Friendly I ozein H ook Clu'b last Satur
day03 aifterniooni.
Mirs. M. J1. .\cFadden dielighitfuilly en
tertalned thle Aeteon Hook Club1 andi a
few friends Inst Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. P'. S. Halley entertained at. a
"'Siend--the-Day Party'" last Friday,
the following friends: Meadames W. IE.
Owens, Guoy Copeland, (Geo. Copelandl,
W~ill Leake andl J-. A. Halley.
SMr. J. F. JTacobs, Jr., sipent several
days last week in Charleston on busi
ness.
Mr's. Prather is tho guest of her
dauighter', Mrj. Joe El. Heaudrot in
Greenwood.
Two Arreste'd for Distilling.
,E.Cox, white, and Rich Shell,
colored, were arrerted last wv'ek by
Rural Policeman Abrams and D)eputy
Johns, of LydIa Mill, on the charge of
dlIstillng whiskey on t he Iplae of thle
former near Clinton. Cox; it is stated,
showed signs of fight when the effort
was made to arrest him andl was only
subdued at the point of Policeman
Abr'am's plistol. The still was taken
in change by thte officers and the mash
diestrog'ed. The tiwo prisoners were
lator released on $500 bond each. The
still was loentedi several days before
the arrest, 'hut the officers awaited a
favorable opportunIty to catch the
operators.
Professinal Notice
Dri. '1. L. Timmerman will be out of
the city Feb. 23, 24, 25, and 26th, at
tending the mid-winter dental clinic
of tho Atlanta denial u'geons,
32.-It-d
ii oJ)kis--Pit s,
Alr. llenry 1,. Pitts, of n1ear Boyd's
Mill1, and Miiss Velmai Hiopkinls, of
Ware %Shoals.1, .,were* happ1)ily 11ar-1ijN'It !
th l(JtlodiSt t'arsonage Sunday after
noin, the Cereiiony'being p1erforimied by
the alrRev. 11. 1-1. Hilgo,
lIefurus1. With Bie
,ol. J. \leC. Barksdale returned to
thie 'eity Stanuday evening With his bride,
who was .\liss Lois Sample, of Poim
)aIIo, Fla. They were balapily mar
[ed at the home of the bride's pareits
Thursday evening and after a short
1vioneymoon have returned here to make
their home.
0 0 0
TIom) Xwyge~rt Weils
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. 1. Swygrt ar
ived in the city Runday evening with
have been spending reveral days with
the former's parents, Cai:)t. and Mrs.
Brook; Swygert, Oil South I larper
street. "Mr. and Mrs. Swygert were
married at the home of the bride in
I Winiston-Salem, N. C., last 'Wednesday
evening, Mrs. Swygert having been
Miss 1artha White, of that city. Mr.
Swygert was attended by Edwin Lucas,
formerly of this city but now of Co
luibia, as best man. Mr. Swygert is
I also a resident of Columbia now where
he is engaged with Mr. Lucas In a large
Wholesale 'grain and feed business.
HOUSE TO IMPOSE
TAX ON GASOLINE
Bill Sent. to Third Reading After Hot
Debate. Would Reduce Levy.
The State, Feb. 18.
After two hours of tempestuous and
at times humorous and ludicrou le
bate the house of representatives last
night 'passed to third reading the
gasoline 'tax bill, an aye and nay vote
on the motion to strike out the enact
ing iwords of the .bill showing that the
house stood 82 to 27 in favor of the new
revenue measure.
This bill, which was introduced by
the ways and means committee, is one
of a series of bills designed to reform
the 'tax system of the state by lifting a
part of the burden of taxation from
the shoulders of the property owners.
The measure will, according to Chair-,
man Hughes of the ways and means
committee, raise approximately $650,
000, reducing the state levy by 1 1-2
n1ill. Other bills now on the house
'calendar, designed to further reduce
-the levy.'on property are 'tho state in
come tax and .tho state business tax.
The house this week liassed the first
bill of the series, a Imeasure imposing.
a tax on inheritances, and the ways
and ieans cotntiittee now has untider
consideration a soft duink tax bill.
which it is ex;1ected'sill bw introluce(
il I he learl, fu ture.
The hdill passed to thu'd reading la-t
nighit )impose's a tax of one1 (cent upo-v
everyv gallon of gasol inc 21101 kero;ene
or gasoline sublstitulte soldi in the state
and a tax of t wo cents per .~ alion oni all
hubrientinug or oIther oil diveid froml
iieturol(eum sold or shiahed or ditri
btdfr aha withuhite state. TI':.
tax will be piaid by3 the oil comai~nie
shiinug oil aind gasoline into thei slate,
thiese comnpanileS bing rcriiulired to tilec
a mionth lly st atemnent of lheir blisiness
inI t atIe. A penally of' a ten per
cetnt additional tax will lie limposedi ini
case this priovislion l.a not ('omp)1lced
with, the tax coniunihsioni es: lmatling
the amount oif business d1one1 andi the
taxes due11.
Prtll oponenits oif thet mieasuire werFe of
flhe opinuion that thbill1,1 would oyer
aite to tax the "luxur'y loving automon
bile Id1rivers"' hereby3 irelevinog the bumr
den fromn the prtier'ty owners who now
finance the entire state government.
The federal governmient it was pohited
out last year -took out from the state
In taxes such as these nnw measutres
imposed, a sum of $28,000,000. The tax
on kerosene arousedl considra'~le opl
I losition, opponents of the bill contend
ing that it wuld result only in :;hiftng
the tax from the farmer's land to tihe
gasolitne he used in running his trac
tor'. An amiendiment pr'oposed by Reop
rosentativo WV. P. Rtobinson to exemplit
korsseno from the tax was killed by
a vote of 38 to 66.
To Assist income Tax Panyerr
Deoputy ('ollectors (O M. IDollinger
and Pierre Gibiert, from the offiee of
the Collector of internal Revenue, air
rivedi in the city yesterday andl 'wIll be
here todlay to2 assist tax payers 'in the
preparation of their income ta xre
turns. Th'ley 'will be at the post ofmce
where they will be glad to renderas
sistance.
Ora Scihool Honor Roll
F'ifth Grade: Milton Bllakely, 13ob
Smith.
SIxth Grade: Gleorge TCryson, Edith
Cooper, J. L4. Cooper, Willie Mae Da
vis, Samuel Plemiing, Leon Kennedy,
Augusta MoClintock, Fr'ancis9 Tumnblln.
Seventh Grade: 'Fleming Bla~ke'y,
-oTtise funntr.
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MUSGROVE NEWS *
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.lMusgrove, Feb. 21.-Rev. Jenilngs,
of C!inton, preached at. Langston, Sun
day.
Misses Lois Long and Rosa Shannon,
of Whitmire, spent the week-end with
M1Ir.;. E F. Aiderson.
miss Loraine and Mr. .ames Ander
Non) spent Sunday with 'isINes Blanche
and Franices Anderson.
Mrs. ). A. Glenn Is'speing a few
days twith relatives In Cross Anchor.
3i1rS. D. NI. Illolman and little Son, of
Gaffney, have returned to their hone'
after visiting -her sister, .\lrs. T. T.
Wood rurff.
Niaaster David and Robert Downs5
Glenn, speiti the week-end with their
graitidioter, Mrvs. I'lcia GlInn.
MISs iinlice Livingston and Mr. ]toy
I llip, dined with Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Anderson and family Fridav night
'dliens Nannle mnd Nina Oweng and
brotfher, Randolph spent Sunday after
noon with Misses Ma lorie :111:I Crystle
Woodriff.
Mr. Fl d Myers 1a1s retrrned t- this
vicinity after visiting his parents, at
ialurens.
Mr. Roy Hlipp visited his brother, .\Mr.
Douglas H ipp, of Clinton, Saturday and
Sunday.
Mr. Eugene Anderson's cut foot is
getting along nicely at this writIng.
.lessrs. Archie .Watson and Orion
Woodruff visited friends In *!Inoree,
Sunday.
.\ir. yarle 'Owens, who is working
in Clinton, spent the week-end with
his parents, NiMr. and Mrs. C. A. Osens,
ATT 3ll TO SEKR11CH1
'CAUSES TROUBLE
Two Young Men Wounded by Driver
of Car in Piekens County.
Anderson, Feb. 17.-Two young
white mien were hurt III an attemilpt tc
hold up a car at Little River bridgc
at the "Burned Tanyard" place thhi
morninig In Pickens county. W. W
Vickery and W. M. Crawford werc
halted and the two young men, wic
halted the car, said they wanted t
search the car for whiskey. Vicker)
told the men it they had a searci
warrant they could search the car
otherwise they could not. T'ie an
swer was a ..volley-of shots 're-l ovei
the head of the driver of the car
which Nva. answered by soma direc
shots from the men in the automobile
and boti the Stone boys ,vho) prove(
to be tie men who were hbier.<Onat
Ing oflicers, -were hit. Neither ' tA I.ur
seriously.
Play at Itcory Tavern
'T'he pimpils of Ilickory Tavern seloo
gave a good Play entitled "Alason'l
Rming," and "uri:d .1okes" last 4iP
day vellilng. Nach pipil took hIs par
wvell and the phiys were prloune(t
by overyone lesen1t a great, sclvCe(.;.
Mexico's CLa;st Line.
miltes l'ong, uitllugh lihe greatest
lengt h of the counmItry Is 2,000 atnd the
gretetst with 750~t miltes.
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No WVornms hm a Healthy Child
N11i hilreo ;r'ubled with Wi~orma have ain un
sI.b-. 1thro ii snori' or (i e1 ct(omachr disurbmi.te,
G;R N'.-s TASLI I5 CII 11.1. 't ONIC Mien reCu.
.nrly for two cr thre e weck. wi! enrich tie boxi
hnriprove the dligeiln. nndl Oet n ngenernlStr ength,
(enm! Toni' o the~ whole ayrtem. Nature wvill thiei
throw~t off or dis pel ime worms, nnd the Child wviil be
in perfect health. Pleiaant to take. 60c per bottle.
EVEREB
Charleston, Miss.-Mr:
says; "I have never had
because if I felt headache,
in the mouth, which conme
take a dose or more of B
straighten me out and mal<
We have used in our famil3
and it certainly is the best
it has not only saved me m
system in shape, and has
many physics do0. 1 recomi
glad to do so." Black-Drat
medicine which yout have c
When you feel badly all c
taste in your mouth, biliou
Thedford's Black-Draught.
AlwaysInsist c
l'NJOYAULE SESSION
OF COUNTY 11. Y'. P. U.
3!etinug wis Held at. Chestinutl Itidgel
laptist (litureli .111anuari1y :0th1. Exc(el.
lent Prograii.
The seconl qiuarterly meeting of the
Laurent Conity 11 '. . . .as held
at Chestnut Ridge clhurch, .1anu ary 30.
''lhe following prograim W.s very ably
jpresented by all who took part:
Song Service.
Prayer-Mrs. lMarl Owings.
)evotional--Mrj i. Scott George.
Words of Grecting-Miss Minnie Wal
lace.
Response-Miss Kate Wofford.
Dr. Broadus as Preacher anid Teach
er- -Mr. lsobert Ciai ne.
Ills Seianary Work-Miss Azile Wof
ford.
Period of B1usiness.
Report of Secretary for first Quarter
ly Meeting.
lIeport of l'nons-lss LouIse [hean,
Mr. Scott George an( Miss lmma
Andersen.
Special Misle-Lallrens Tn Ion.
The Need of a 13. Y. P. U.--Miss Emnia
Hlciderson.
So)1-M rs. Robert Roper.
B. Y. P. U. and l31ble Reading-Mr.
Finehe.
Ilyn: Jesns, Savior Pi lot Me--Con
gregation.
oe(edicticn - rs. Chalmers Arm
strong.
l10. RUJ''Il MYlERS,
Secretary.
CodS Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. Thero Is only ono "Bromo Quinine."
E0. W. GROVE'S signnurn on box. Mr.
PALMAFESTA
Palmetto State Festival
Columbia, March 28 to April 2
Two World
Beaters*
There's as much dif
I ference between Dan
I Patch Special Horse
Feed and the thousand
and one fancy named
Mixtures as there is be
tween Dan Patch and a
H Intrniona Dan
I Patch S al, Ho
Alfal i a: d Lou,..
Sby our exclu;iv hot
process. Noj i.'ti e!on
s commnon when(c>' c gM
proes mxed fee.d8 are
' usedC C. Tlones up the ani
maly, prev::nt;; dis': .
fifects a savin.; c' 1 5 to:
20% in your feed bills.
l here's an Intermional
4feed for every feeding ~,
1 purpose.--Sold by3 deal
era overywhere
"|n Saw Tooth Border Bags"
ltI\IE FL4)'It & IitaiN
(0).l1PA NY
lau iren s, S. ('.
ILIOUS?
;. R. V. HeinIs, of this place,
to use very much medicine,
lizziness, or colds, bad taste
a from torpid liver, I would
lack-Draught, and it would
e me feel as good as new.
for years
i'ORD'S
liver medicine I ever saw.
oney, It has helped keep my
never weakened me as so
nend It to my friends and am
ighit Is the old, reliable liver
loubtless heard much about.
ver, storn~achi not right, bad
s, or hlave a hecadache, try
At all Druggists.
n the Genuine!
LI?
. na eld ar Coute
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" he Proud Housewif e
Will Be OverjoyedI at Our
Enameled Ware Counter
It is many months since our housewives have
had such an opportunity to renew their kitch
ens as at this great .sale of enameled ware,
the clean ware.
Many years of good cooking and freedom
from pot-washing drudgery are assured by
this beautiful ware. And at prices to cheer
the shrewd bargainer.
6-qt. Blue and White Tea Kettle $2.00
All White Slop Jar $2.75
S.M.&E.H.WiIkes & CO.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY SPECIALS
Cut down your Dry Goods Bill.
Dealng at CohIN' Will Do It.
25 douzen L ad ies' H ose, regultar 25c se!!ers. For
this week (:nly
3 Pairs for 25c
10 dlozen Ladies' Lisle Ilose. senm back; a 50e
hose. For this week only
19e a Pair
10 dozen Men's Lisle Socks, the 35c kind; black
only. For this week only
2 Pairs for 25c
36-inch Indian H-ead
25c a Yard
Amoskeag and Winthrop Zephyrs and Gingham,
this week only
15c a Yard
Yard wide Bleaching
15c a Yard
Children's Buster Brown Stockings
25c a Pair
Men's Blue Buckle Overalls, all sizes
$1,49 a Pair
Men's Heavy Work Shirts
89c
LADIES, ATTENTION
If you want to save $10 to $15 on a
Winter Coat or Suit, come to Cohen's.
Cohen's Department Store
Dr. Posev's Old Stand L2ans . C.e

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