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(Cojlwrlgllt, by the U1obbu.MerrUi Coln.
'*jt'O 11 sure 1 like himn. lie's great
fou. M.I's tlw\'.iys joking. andit ia'vui
hais ai sentsile i11i'liIlI t. :1(:1 htes
1(aptl. '1'11( iriil,v 1'e'asoii le (caiime here
iitt l 4 1 gitit to b li- c4llegee in
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t'1 pin(t o o\.fu Sil' I ii exlined'
smee don't ti1('2i li.: inChut It
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do'W t thto k1."i na 401t
jle I a 'iloil siell and ue Inetr
oo' SIt the' i ''d aIhi tl'tiiV
'I ice' s eyes~t o I vItikey l ''
Thik wa cli' yu stte'-ant'i t
It n ie 'nli.'i 1(11u l'.I 1111 itl
"\ 'h 1: 1 ini rI t :ul l'
f yo t\-t It.
41A Nicel' Wanr th oep"
"\t l won t to~ lii it ii ai Ito toie I
give 1 i :th' I i1t sell f u I rte. "
oiri' o Lark I\in~ :1e kulnl ''bitt t'
"I' aughke, suhetil ' fthe to hnae
buI you'l ge It yus te iuniel or1
think 1's ctting fix 4 citulirly slw lud
heati Of tlii Stairs; its though oi guartid.
"Be sure and leave quite a few
stlitchts in, Lurk," she whispered once.
"We want it to hang together until
lIhlble gets here."
That wIts all. Presently Lark
emerged, and their own' door closed
"It's a good thing father has' to go
to the trustees' mieeting tonight, isn't
it?" asked Carol. And Lark agreed,
:tist'ntly. She wts thinking of the oy
As so1)n as they finished supper Lark
said, "Don't you tilink we'd better go
riglt to bed, I'rue? We don't walt
to taint the atiosphere of the par
sonage. Of course "airy will. witnt to
wash the dishes herself to mtake sure
they are clean and shiniing."'
"Oh, no," disclaimed Fairy, good
iat uredly. "I canl give tut extra rub
to the ones we want to use-that is
enough. I do appreclate the thought,
though, thanks very iuch."
Si' the twvins plungedt in, carefully
i:'i'Iig 'nnie beside them. Conitle
luti a <lislml prtop'nsity for dilseov
tries--the t wits had often Suffered
,r* it it.
'Theni thley all thriiee wvent Io bed. To4
eI' sur' it was riliculously early, but
ltey w'ei'e all deterini nedt.
"You keep'I your eyes open, Far"F1 1) o k rgt"Ary,
l"Those 'irl' dii nol look right.'' AtI
Ii' athled :inxiously. "OIh. I'll be so
ti:.lsappointed if' things go badly."
l':iriy was a little hilt' gettiig up
:is to t uress. bt site lamk tbile to
dren in In sisti's' l'illm. ''lyt' were
:ll iii i'il, breithing hueaivily. She'
- ' n'' :'gu it tn' to un ll'-r, i an dii
H'oul i .lmin I joti nlly,
Allp" lo ('rled. "Ahl, fortune
101it. The!ay are ns~lep. H~ow, I
' Iil ' d in g l t:ite winn' i es- in .
All :i ulibb' lieiff frni iw'n'alith the
" r's \ rs, t in t ( 'airy, smtiling; inischie;vouls
i.i 'i t it o th front oit(11 to pI Iintr
f)r her enler.
Tiii' ll a rant; is sli wtia. dressing.
j '; i't w - l it' 1 a d r . t rtl'' t-It
u1'nily 'trel Illi u , 31'141 Milr \ r.
'itbl'r into the Irma ronim. 81he% didl
tnt lbyrvit' that the you litmui'n :ntiliiii.
il a Ilif'e liari linimr ser ::s hie a se t'
,tit a on itil II' u''i .01 lu.
"I'll I'ill F'liitry'." slt' sail <inurely.
t "'iTell he'r she neetin't iprinip) ;'4or
l1'." I' antsrd, lauhi . "I nowt
jubt how she lookis, ' alreMi w eiy"
Bill I'udence 't'as too heat'vily hr
<htIl u i ito unigh . tihl sm'ih.t hospi
'tiy, 1t,' (lased til. < le upionl hllsn.
Fitiry wa..s tripplinlg down'1 the stairs,
ve'ry tallI, very luisome, very g:ny.:
Shet' pi'sl'i hert sister's urino ts she
paised, :Ini III t'r nt iroom door
swnm; Ibhintl. But she didl not grrett+
heer l ri'ini. he stood t'r'e ' ' V l iho
ual., Iter head tiltei oln side,
sltitiin':-. s nillingt.
"V.'It in the world?" Alhe wtondered.
Fu''n Ibhebler wa its stran.ely siuit.
Ih- lookedl ahout the' r'oon 11n a pet
clniir.l <ltie'sti(Iili wiay.
"Shball I ris' a witnlow?" he sugt^
.: tedI finally. "It's rther-er--hot
"Yes Io", she turged. "uItase all of
litem. l'- loyeu---do You no(tice( a
a funnny s'o-il in hrOr :1un 1 ima~g
inin It'? Ii-1. tahnost mankes me
"Yt theroe: is 'to'nll." he said, in
ev'idenIt relief'. "I thou h;t innybe
"Yes, There Is a Smell," He Said.
youi'd biee'i ('lenninig the 'nrla't wIth
siometingj.. It's ghastly. Canii't we' go
ito thle sIttinlg roomo. "\Vi'e'i'e comoig
'iut her' If' y'ou do not in d, I'rue.''
"Wh''ly, t hat's ve'ry st range," sai'd
I 'i'ritac, kn itt ig het' brows. "'I
wvas In I hert' ight aftei' supper, andI I
didnlf't not Iee anythluing. What does it
"'It's ii new~ sme(ll to met," Ilaughed
Fali'y, '"but someiolng about It is
stran tgel y stuggest Ive of ourt angeI
I''rudehnce wecnt to inv'estigate, atnd
F"alry shoved a bIg elhalr near tihe
fable, wav~'ing her' han d towardl It light
13' wIth ai smile at itble. Then she
saink lato at low ro('ker, iand leaned
oniie arim on the Itable. She wrInkled
her'm forehead thioughtfully.
"That smell," shte began. "I am
very suispielouis about It. It was not at
"Excuse tme, FaIry," ho sdid, ill at
ease for the first__tlme in her.knowI-I
edge of liiin. "Did you know yolr
sleeve was coming out?" 1
Fairy gasped and raised her arm.
"Both arias, apparently," he con -
tiiued, smiling, but his face was I
"Excuse ie just a minute, will you?"
A'iry was unrullied. She sought her t
isler. "Look here, Prue-whut (o
rou make of this? I'm coming to
Mleets ! I'm hanging by a single thread, 1
is it were."
Iot' Sleeves were undoubtedly ready
o drop oil lit i second's notice I Prui
knee was shocked. She grew posi
ively white in the face.
"Oh, Fairy," she walled. "We are
"Not a bit of it," said Fairy coolly.
'I remember now that Lark was look
ng for the scissors before supper.
'ren't those twins unique? This is
utnost bordering on talent, isn't it?
)on't look so, distressed, Prue. Eti
iuette Itself must be subservient to
\'ins, it seemis. Don't forget to bring
In the ste' at at quarter past nine, and
Have it as good as possible-lease,
$15.00 to $2
Crepe de Chine,
and brown, at Cl
Crepe de Chine E
Newest styles C
Chine Blouses, in al
at $5.95 each.
trimmed. All i
Ten dozen ladies' C
Brand," macde of ye
ing in white and str
'$1.25 and $1.50 th
Ladies' heavy ribi
Suits, all sizes. $1.
Ladies' heavy ribt
50c and 75c the ga
Tan, grey and plum
ounce balls. Price E
inch, 35c set.
Lace in Front
$2.50, $3.50 anc
iso cream. Oh; those horrible twhis 1"
"Go in (ind entertain Babble till I
!ono down, won't you?" "' And Fairy
an Alghtly up the stairs, huminuing a
natch of song.
'But Prudence did a poor job of en
ertaining Babble during her sister's
thsence. She felt really dizzy I Such
t way to introduce Etiquette into the
ursonage life. She was glad to make
ier escape from the room when Fairy
'eturned, a graceful figure in fine blue
it little after nine she called out
lismally, "Fairy I" And If'airy, fearing
fresh disaster, came running out.
"What now? What-"
(Continued next week.
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The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
:hill Tonic is equally valuable as a
3eneral Tonic because it contains the
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!eorgette Crepes an<
rdy & Wilson's for t
louses Georgette CI
repe de Georgette I
cope quality Georg
trimm-ed, in z
ladies' white Voile
made and nicely
sizes, $2.00 each.
'uting Gowns, "Dove
ry heavy qualitjr opt
ipes, all sizes. Price
med bleached Union
50 the garment.
'ed Vests and Pants.
on two A bout one hur
Oc ball, hats, this set
ourteen Special value:
"A GOOD PLA(
SALE OF REAL- ESTATE.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Pursuant to the orns of the ILast
Will and Testament of Thos. 13. Craig,
the undersigned WJ expose typUblic
outcry, to the highe t biddery for cash,
the follow~rg descr bed r 1 ctate:
All that tract of lan , in the county
and State aioresa containing 109
acres, and bounded by the lands of .th
R1ev. S. C. Byrd, J. S. Craig, Niles A.
Craig and possibly others.
The pr(.ei.erty is to be sold' before the
Court ilotsc on the 3rd day of,l)ktal
bor. 1917, between the usuaul h1:1nr1s of
l.\RG~lt'T A. CRAlP,.
17-';t-A\ ' 1xecuto".
'ertain Cure for Croup.
.rs. Hose Middleton, of Greenville,
Ill., has had experience in the treat
ment of this discase. She anys. "When
my children were small r'' non had
Cr01 frequently. Chabi!'c lain's
Cough fl 'nedy always broke up -these
atlacks immediately, and I was nover
without it in the house. I have taken
it myself for coughs and colds with
I Voiles; white, black
his week's selling.
'epe Blouses Crepe 4
3louses, best Specia
ette, nicely ladies' (
ll shades, at Blouses,
Ladies'. Poplin B]
Five dozen ladies'
Blouses, sizes 40's t<
last, $1.00 each.
~dies Auid Child
Boys and girls E-Z Un
to 1 3's, price 75c the
Children's ribbed bk
Pants. Price 50c the
Children's Ruben Shir
Price 50c each.
Infant's fleeced Wrapp
Price 50c and 75c ea<
dred trimmed Center
ison's styles. eon sets,
at $.50,gowns ar
at $.50, on sale.
and $6.50. ehya'So
i, S. C.
E TO .TRADE"
' Take notice- that on the 26th 'lay of
November ,191' we will render a ilhal
account of our acts and doings as Ex
ecutors of the estate of William P.
Patterson, deceased, in the ofilco of
the .Judge of Probate of Laurens coun
ty, at 11 o'clock, a. m. and on the same
day will apply for a final discharge
from our trust as 1xecutors.
Any person indebted to said estate
is notifted and required to make pay
m(nt on that (late; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever barred.
M. G. PATTERSON,
M. L. PATTERSON,
Oct. 24, 1917.-1 me.
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Vo replaco thpr Rans.
Sp ecial Fac i'+Prices.
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Write to RIFE RAM & PUMP WORKS,
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TS AND SUITS
10 to $25.00
flesh, navy, grey,
le Chine Blouses
)0 and $3.50
l good numbers of
repe dce Chine
n white and flesh,
d $3.50 each.
> 48's while they
ion Suits, sizes 6's
ached Vests and,
ts, sizes 3's to 5's.
erf; sizes 2's to 6's.
:eces, scarfs, pil
ndry bags, lunch
towels, table rinats,
~d corset covers now
lety lembroildery and1( Cro
TIouple, lliown, Na',y, White
), i2 nckand FancO ies ui