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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1919.
| rpr rr ?t ? ????? - ? ? ML NLWS ABOUT . Birtli. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Terry Saturday, Oct. 4. a son. Box Supper. There will be a box supper at White 111uIT Friday nl^ht, October 10. The public is invited. Preaching at Union. Tho News is requested to announce that there will be preaching service at Union Baptist church next Sunday at 3 o'clock, old time. . > " Operated On. Kdgar Robinson, of North Laneas ter. was operated on last week at the Fennel infirmary. Rock Hill, and expects to return home within the next few days. Footluill tannic. On Friday afternoon Camden High # Hchool played Lancaster High school) at football. The results of the game was I!-' and nothing in favor of Cainden. % Mrs. Patterson. Mrs. W. S. Patterson, who has been quite sick for sometime, was taken Monday to Charlotte, where she will receive treatment at the Crowder sanitarium. Memorial Service. On Sunday night next the Methodist church contemplates having a memorial service in connection with taking the service flags down, and it is hoped that the services of some distinguished boy can be obtained for the occasion. SutTruge Meeting. The regular monthly meeting of the Lancaster Equal Suffrage League will be held in the old Red Cross rooms on Thursday afternoon at five o'clock. All members of the league are urged to attend as business of vital importance will bo discussed. Any women outside the membership who are interested in the subject are cordially invited. (XT to Reunion. Lancaster will be well represented at the Confederate reunion in Atlanta this week. Several of the old soldiers left Monday and this morning the trains were crowded, carrying also a number of those not members of soldiers' families. Commander \V Q Caskey, of Camp Dixie, was In charge of the arrangements, and Miss Onihel Duren represented the state as maid of honor. / t Rev. and Mrs. Mcllwaine Here. ltev. W. A. Mcllwaine and Mrs. Mcllwaine. of Richmond, Va., are in Lancaster on a visit to relatives and are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mcllwaine. on Chesterfield avenue. They were recently married in Massachusetts, the home of Mrs. Mcllwaine, but have since lived in Richmond, where Mr. Mcllwaine is pursuing his studies in a theological seminary of that city, preparing to taking up mission work with his father, Rev. W. U. Mcllwaine, in Japan, for which country they expect to leave sometime during November. .Morris Mcllwaine IXe-s. Lt. Morris Mcllwaine. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Mcllwaine of the Jones Cross Road section of the county, died in the Kmbarkation Hospital No. 2, Hoboken. N. Y. Monday at 5 p. m. LOST ~ A small black vest pocket note book. Used for expense account. Vhone Mr. Kitls. Royal Hotel. Reward. DR. W. R. REGISTER Sprd?lis( in Chronic and NeiVous Diseases of Ken and Women. I Piles and Rupture Cured Without Operation or I , Loss of Time and I'nder Guarantee. 12061-2 Main Street Columbia, S. C. ^ 4 TOWN AND COUNTY .Only a few days before his discharge he had an automobile accident which | caused his death. The hospital au-j tliorities have kept the family posted | daily of the seriousness of the lieuj tenant's condition. His brother-inlaw, Capt. Craig, has been at his bedside for the past few days. His body is expected to arrive in Lancaster Wednesday afternoon or Thursday morning. The funeral will be held in the Presbyterian church and the interment in the Douglas cemetery All the young s&ldiers of the world war are particularly invited to be present at the services. Definite notices will be given out later. I Dr. W. J. McCllothlin, president of Purman university, will speak at the First Baptist church of Lancaster next Sunday morning at 11:30 I o'clock. All the Baptists in this section are specially urged to hear him. A Meeting in the Interest ?5f Public Health. I'nder the auspices of the school trustees and teachers and the Red Cross workers in this county there was held at the court house Mon day morning a good meeting of representative citizens, presided over by Superintendent Howell. On invitation, Dr. L. A. Riser, a representative of the International Board of llealtn, was present and delivered a very interesting and instructive address in reference to school buildings, sanitation, medical examination of school children and generally as to the great importance of improving health conditions and especially in widespread precautions for the prevention of disease. The thanks of the meeting were extended to Dr. Riser for his instructive address. The plan of the International Hoard of Health Is to appropriate for this purpose an amount equal to what the legislature should provide for a taxation upon the counties. Such joint appropriation to be under the supervision of the State Hoard of Health , The meeting unanimou"ly by a rising vote adopted a resolution requesting our county delegation to take the necessary steps to secure an appropriation for Lancaster county of $3,600 for the purposes indicated which supplemented by the International Hoard would make $7,200 available for a health campaign In this county. The school trustees and teachers and the Red Cross workers were appointed as committees to secure petitions to the legislature for this appropriation. This is a most worthy cause and ought to commend itself to our people general). Such a wise precaution would not only do vast good i in the promotion of general health | and.efficiency but would especially turn our community against such a scourge as the influenza attack last year. PERAONALA. Carl Harris is spending a few days in Greenville. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Cobb spent Sunday In Charlotte n II llu.llnll So ? - ?? >'11111011 ?o n|fCIIUIII^ n IC'V days in Florence. J I?. Poag left Monday night for a few days trip to New York. Walton Black, of Greer, is spending a few days here with friends. Mrs. Ernest Wheeler, of Columbia, is visiting Mrs. M. W. Scarborough. Mr. and Mrs. L. Jackson and family spent Sunday here with relatives. Mrs. Nan Jackson, of Fort Lawn, came over Friday on a visit to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greene, of Rock Hill, spent Sunday in Gancaster with relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Heroy Springs returned home Sunday from a three weeks' trip to New York. ? Misses Hennie Culp and Freddie Knight, of Coker college, spent Sunday here with relatives. Krnest Beaty and Heighten Morton, n f ll? i.l/luAn II ... ............. .u.rego, ?.C b|/ciiuiiik a I few days with relatives here. Miss Mildred Hunter, of Wlnthropj college spent the week-end with her sister. Mrs. Hunter Williams. Dr. W. P. I.aney and daughter, Miss Kllzabcth, have returned home from a week's trip to Baltimore. The many friends of Miss Monica Carnes will regret to learn that shet is critically 111 with typhoid fever. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Davis Caskey left J | .Saturday tor Athena, Ua., on a visit I to their son. J Willie Oaskey. and THE LANCASTER NEV | family. From there they will so to (I Atlanta to attend the reunion of Con- t federate veterans. a Miss Mildred King, of Winthrop college spent the week-eend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John King. | Miss Lily McManus, of Winthrop! 4 college, spent the week-end with her|, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mc-j tvianus. Miss Mary (Elliot Carnes, of Wir.throp college, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jud ^ Cat nes. John M. Craig. of Washington, spent the past week with his father and sister, Capt. T. B. Craig and Miss KUie Craig, on White street. Misses Jo and Caroline Porter had as their guests for the past week-end, | Misses Jewel Wells, Allie and Grace Pearnian, of Winthrop college. Misses Kuth, Josie and Pauline ' Montgomery, who are attending! school at Winthrop this year, are spending a few days with their fath,^r i v ? " Chalmers King. after an absence of | three years in Arizona with the government as chemist, arrived in Lan-j caster Monday on a visit to his pa-!rents, Mr. and Mrs. John King. Miss Louise Poag, of Lilesville.! spent the week-end with her parents., Mr. and Mrs. J L. Poag. Miss Poag! had as her guest. Miss Bert Stan ! i bach. Mrs. Herbert Dunlap and Miss Kittie Dunlap, of Rock Hill, were tho guests of Miss Annie E. Witherspoon; last week. I ^ John Crawford Witherspoon, of Rock Hill, was a visitor in Lancaster last week-end, guest of M. R. Witherspoon. Mrs. John RUldle left Sunday for (j Wilmington, Del., for a visit to rela-'ii tlves. I ([ I How's This ? I Ws offer One Hundred Dollars Reward fj for any case of Catarrh that cannot be L cured by Hall'e Catarrh Medicine. Haifa Catarrh Medicine has been taken f by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty- J Ave years, and has become known as the c most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Haifa (i Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on f the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Pol- ; ^ eon from the Blood and healing the dla- ! eased portions. , c After you have taken Hall's Catarrh l Medicine for a short time you will see a c great Improvement In your general (L health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medl- = cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send i for testimonials, free. ? F. J. CHENEY 4k CO.,_Toledo, Ohio. ^ X noia oy an uruiripaia. <i>c. _ c LOST ! A small black vest pocket note book. ~ Used for expense account. Rhone Mr. (2Fitts, Itoyal Hotel. Reward. " \l FOR SALE 11 C Will Sell at a Bargain for Cash j= My Hudson Super-Six Tbia car kaa aever kern abased and j: ia ia soaad roaditioa tkroaftkoal. My 5 air rraioa far aelliaf ia I arrd ike | S -.any. J j Rev. Hugh R. Murchison 'ft I Ituh-My-Tism is u ureal pain killer. ^ It relievos puin and Horeness caused | by Itheuniutlsm, Neuralgia, Sprain-;, <= etc. ? (t J ^ C Would a Fire Ruin You f , i Not if you were insured in | good old Hartford Fire lnsur- | ance Company which has met I every honest loss promptly for ^ over a century. We can in- = I sure you. j g The good judment which i! i P prompts you to carry insur- || ance should also prompt you 1 <= - - [L to get the insurance protec- | tion of this agency. Lancaster Insurance Agency v IIIA II. JON KM, JR., liAnribter, M. C. j VS, LANCASTER, S. C. (Wilms proven it will cure Malaria, 'hills and Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds, ml Iia(ar.p|K*. It kills tlio nernis that ause the fever. Fine Tonic. > * + + 4 BUSINESS NOTICES + + + + + + + ! ? I iOTICK?There will be a birthday, reunion at W. T. Broom's October1 18th. Everybody is invited to come and brinir a well-(Uled basket. l iOTICK?I.am prepared to take subset iptions or renewals for the fol-, lowing magazines: The Ladies I Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman and j American Boy. Ask your friend i about them. See me. Ferris L. j Blaekmon. City. l?fl-4t 'Olt SAM",?T wo nice Duroc shouts. It. A. Long, News OHlce. i. 'OK SALE?One 40 Chevrolet, practically new. One Overland. passenger. Both at a bargain. Come quickly. Evans & Wilson. 0! -41 tV.ANTD? Cow. horse, mule, sheep and goat hides. See me before you sell. Capers Cauthen, White street. ,OST?A small black vest pocket note hook ?used for expense account. Phone Mr. Fitts, Itoyal Hotel. Reward. i i 'OR SALE Two 60-saw gins and fixtures, 1 Boss press, pulleys and j shafting. At less than half price of a new one. B. F. Couch, Lancaster. J Route 6 98*2t. 'OR SALE?At once 15 or 20 hives' of Golden Italian Bees. Phone 1202 or see me at once Lula Knight. Lancaster, Route 6. 4t j? Rodmc Jg 1 Ladies' Rej i 1 == ip* ' ^ \ TheNe P The latest styles in Woi js are shown in the shipment p from the great fashion cente jRj ing. Our stock is now very P plete. Three points that Pa: js about are found in many ol >ni short sleeves?draped skirts P ery trimming. Other styles S Children i 1 SBuy your Children's Coal our stock is full and comp can get your sizes, colors p] Priced to suit your pocket t I Mail Orders Fi IROHMA p 'I'll K Itl'KV CANII r The FIRST NAT LANCASTKK SOI You Can Now I Woria War Genuine Han We now have the HAND GI have been made into Savings loan one to each boy and girl When you have bought one bank becomes your own. After buying your Stamp. c< when full bring to us and let Savings Department where it for you at the rate of four p pounded every three months. Thoao TT.in /-. .1 ? iiuuu vutlUlUCA MlUll girl opening a bank account. ?TH1 First Natio LANCAST] Chas. D. Jones, President, E. M. Croxton, Vice-Presu Ira B. Jor in- Walk ady-to-Wear D =" IT P-S T AMIS --= w Fall Fa men's Dresses or belt to make s reaching us style and materi rs each morn- derful?they are full and com- . . , ,, meuse?tricolett ris talks much best quality ant our gowns? and embroid- You wU1 also fin' employ fringe ing gowns?all a s and Missc is early while Come in to se lete?and you to show you thr < and quality. ook. merchandise. Ued Same Day Ord N.WAI K\ ft. * ^ V W JL JL J A A. ' [ STORK II F?? n) JTC^^anl^^2iieM3nlan^ an PACE FIVE IONAL BANK Til .CAROLINA r*% ? ? Secure Y our Souvenir d Grenades IENADES on hand which Banks and will be glad to in Lancaster County. ? War Savings Stamp the mtinue to fill the bank and us place the funds in our will begin to earn interest >er cent, per annum, com Id result in each boy and E? nal Bank ER, S. C. lent and Cashier, les, Jr., Assistant Cashier. auEyauauoyauayauEysiyenjc fn^ nJanenlanlanlan^ UrL up Co. 1 m |j department | _______ S i.fiL i shions I i them distinctive. The al of our dresses are won1 made of tricotine?char- faa e?velvet?serge of the i georgette combinations. ci a good selection of even- ^ it the right prices. 05 is9 Coats | e us?we are always glad pe ough our 'Fotnplete line of ^ er is Received 1 == 1 , TJ 'J IDs up co. | I* I JtNll for Jil'NM.*