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* Local ang Personal Mention *
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** **oo S S **e e S.
Mrs. A. C. Todd, and irs. C. M.
Clarke spent Thursday in Colunibia.
-Ar. and Airs. Geo. W. Shell, of
Greenville, spent several days in the
city last week.
A'lon. Octavus Cohen, of Charleston,
was .a visiting attorney at the court
Mr. Ed; Hart, liss Lila Hart and
fNiss Ellen Wilson, of Greenville,
spent Sunday in the city with 3r. and
M rs. C. M. Clarke.
'ir. Llalcoln Link, of Newton Up
py Falls, Mass., is spending a few
days in the city with h-is brother, Mr.
C. S. Link.
dIrs. R. I. Walker was carried to a
'h6sipital in Spartanburg last iweek
'where she underwent a suigical oper
afton Wednesday. At last eports she
was resting well.
i J. Lee Langston, of Union, was
shaking hands with friends in the city
lest iwek. Mr. Lingston is just re
covering from a severe accident he
'had several months ago when four
bs -were broken' and he was other
Wise hurt.
Ilss Beatrice Teague, of Mountville,
has arrived in the city and is working
as steiographer for Mr. W. Carl
Wharton, 'who is making 'his head
quarters heore and is contemplating
oiening up an extensive business at
the -ite of the old Gray lumber yard.
Minstrel at Centea' Point
There will be a minstrel at Center
'Point school on Friday night, March
24th, beginning at eight 'o'clock. Ad
'nilssion ten and twenty cents. Tile
-public is invited.
At Dorroh Church
Rev. C. T. Squires will meet his ap
gpointment Sunday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock at the Dorroh Presbyterian
church at Gray Court.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our many friends
and rneighbors for the kindness and
syipatly shown us in the sad hours
of sickness and death of our dear hus
*nd and father, and the beautiful
floral offerings.
Mrs. G. W. Davis and Children.
haracterize the Measure as Involy
log "A Dangerous Abuse of the Gov
ernujent Credit."
: Washington, March 12.-The new
ipdlers' po.nus.Pill as drawn by House
*ePunlih ns was attacled tonight b'y
Oecretary Mellon as involving "it dan
*erous abuse of government credit."
RnlyIng to a renniest for the treas
ury's comment on the new bonus bill,
Nir. Mellon in, a letter -to Chairman
Wordney of the House ways and means
pommittee, made 'public tonight by the
treasury, sharply criticized the fea
tures of the proposed measure provid
ing for loans by banks upon adjusted
service certificates as indirect and
"forced" borrowing by the govenment.
lie suggested -thlat the direct and regu
lar way" -to provide for a paid-up en
dowment insurancee feature wvould be
Sauthorize issuance of certificates
th provisions for direct 'policy loans
46 be financed by the government. Mr.
t'iellon contended 'that "it is danger
ous and unwise" to attempt .t. avoid
the cost of thle abonus for the time be
"There is no nyay," he said, "by
which the American -tax payer can
avoid the burden, and if a bonus is
{o be finp' ed it is far better for all
toncernet 4at it be 'placed upon a di
Veet and definite basis and paid for'
each year Qut 'of current revenues. To
do -this at this time will necessarily
mean thle impositionl of additional tax
js for tile purpose." The secretary es
(imated the cost of the bonus under
the bil-l, considering eAch of -th~e pos
iblie choices offered to veterans, at
more than $1,200,000,000 by January
1, 1926. Whatever form the bonus
*1caSurle might take, he asserted,
)ould mean a c6s't to 'the government
ffrom $300,000,000 to $400,000,000 for
b next three or four years and pos
ilble continuing liabilities thereafter
$fmore than $200,000 a year until 1943.
*" Mr. Melion called attention to the
%act thiat the bill makes no provision
or raising additional retenue to meet
411 cost of the bonus and recalled to
%r. F'ordney, 'Preident Qrding's let..
'pr of FebruM'y 16, in hich it was
uiggested- 'that a genj sales tax
e. enacted, to 'proivde 4.necessary
audu'or tlie bonus leglsltton be post
4oned, -
About -the Riob. rc
There are jisst two classes of.rc
>nen-those wh6 claim they earned ev.
'ry dolihr they possess, and the oth.
r. who, adlit that while they nway
0ot have earned all they have they
(8~erye it, ponq the less,
She QuInizte That Da s Not Affect
? 01 r~~is s oring.
4 Rh(oVS sig
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Honored
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lane Monroe
were the guests of hodior Friday eve,,.
Ing at a dinner give by Mr. S. M.
Wilkes at his 'home on West Main
street. Among those present, the bust
ness associates of aMr. Monroe, weo,
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Thomason, Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Wilkes, Mr. and Mrs., B. L.
Clardy, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
00 0
Party for Miss Fleming
The series of parties to honor Miss
Carollyn Fleming, -bride-elect, ;who 0
has already been the recipient of
many entertainments, was continued
last week when Miss Rebecca Lake
gave a lovely affair on Thursday even
The rooms, decorated with jonquils,
presented an artistic color schcme of I
yellow and white. Seven tables of t
bridge were played and after cards E
were laid aside, delicious refreshments t
were served and Miss Fleming was
presented with a beautiful silver !,)ow
der case.
Among those present were the Miss
es Bessie and Julia Childress, Mar
garet Dunlap, Misses Maudie May
Jessec, Martha and Virginia Barks
dale, -Lila Parks, Hattie Kate Easterby,
Frances Davis, Hattie Gmy, Sarah
Bishop, Mrs. Frank H. Caine, Mrs. Joe
Finney and 'Messrs. Thornwell Dun
lap, Thomas Easterby, 'Harry Wilkes,
D'ryant Moore, W. P. Childress, Jr.,
Blen Suillivan, 10arl Langston, William
Collins, Charles Fleming, 'Cecil Roper,
Farris Martin and Frank 11. Caine.
Misses Jone.s Entertain
On Thursday afternoon Miss Caro-.
lyn Fleming was again honored when
the Misses Willie and Olinthia Jones
entertained -for the .bride-elect at their
- Seven tables of players enjoyed sev
eral games of bridge which was fol
lowed 'by a de'licious salad course. Miss
Fleming was then presented with a
beautiful sewing basket. Mrs. J. 0. C.
Fleming and Mrs. F. -1-1. CaAne assist
ed in serving refreshments.
Wednesday Club
The annual business meeting of the
Wednesday Club will 'be held March
15, at 4 o'clock with Mrs. J. D. iWatts.
A full 4ttendance is desired as this is'
the time for. election of officers, pay
ment of dues and selection of subject
for neil year's 'program.
Mrs. S. H. Templeman, See.
Card of Thank5
We wish to thank our friends and
relatives for the many acts of kind
ness during the illness and death of
our dear husband and father. We
also wish to express our gratitude for
the beautiful floral contributions.
Mr. C. F. Beeks and Children.
Power in Hands of Few.'
Nothing appears more surprising to
those who consider human affairs with
a philosophical eye than the easiness
with which the many are governed by
the few.--Hume,
lays Golf When Houseboat Halts.
Vacation Goes On.
New Smyrna, Fla., March 11.-Three
lays after leaving tWashington found
"resident Hi-arding tonight aboard the
touseboat of 0. B. McLean, Washing
on pulblisher, continuing a vacation
town the Florida east coast. Benefit
o the president Is already evident,
Irigadier General Sawyer, the prei
lent's personal physician, said today.
The president, who is accompanied
oy Mrs. Harding, and Mr. and Mrs.
IdLean and the party of officials who
ccompanied them from Washington,
as stopped at ipoints where opportun
ty offered and played golf.
Playing with him have been Speaker
f the iouse Gillott, Under Secretary
if State Fletcher and Mrs McLean,
vith Secretary Christian in the four
ome at times -when one of the others
lid not play.
The party spent last night on board
nd today stopped at Ormond for a
ound of golf. A motor trip was made
o New Smyrna, where nine holes of
,olf were played this afternoon and
onight the party continued the cruise
lown the coast, leaving here at 6
]Requests for the president's opinion
in the newest proposal for the bonus
arought from officials close to 'Mr.
larding a reiteration of his position
s outlined in the letter to Mr.
Pordney in which he suggested the
mactment of a sales tax to provide
he necessary funds or postponement
>f the legislation. -No other statement,
Ldministration officials said today, has
>een .authorized.
One ofilcial, commenting on the
,hreatened coal strike said, emphasiz
ng that he was speaking his own
)ersonal opinion only, that the goy
,rnment must see that the railroads
md essential industries have a suf
We wish so anne
now handling th
full Line of Fertili
H. L. Ro
_ j j
~ arge e
see mi
& E. H
fliont supply of coal regardless of
tilt outcome of the controversy. No
comment of any kind on this matter
had collie from President Harding.
Just how far down the cast coast
the cruise will extend is uncertalu and
alparently depends on the condition
of the weather and the demands of of
ficial business. Secretary Weeks, who
has been vacationing at .Miami, re
lained at St. Augustine after meet
ing the presential party. It is un
derstood he will remain there the rest
of the week.
Moralt Take a Chance.
The man who tries his best will not
nlwnys win, but he will win oftener
thnn the man who doesn't try except
when he knows he will win.-Boston
If So, Commence Taking Giude's Pepto
Man'gan and Get Back to Good
Lack of vitality, a feeling of tired
ness, bad breath, palo lins, colorless
cheeks, loss of weight, flabby flesh,
lessened strength-all of these call for
the immediate use of Gude's Pepto
Mangan. It will )ositively produce
satisfactory results. Try taking it
with your meals for a few weeks aid
bo -surprised with the Iin provement in
your condition. Gude's Pepto-3Iangan
will help you back to strength during
convalescence from any illness. It has
been prescribed successfully by phy
sicians everywhcre for thirty years.
It is a recognized iron tonic of hlonest
merit. For sale in liquid and tablet
form by all druggists. Ask for it b.1
the full name, "Gude's Pepto-Mangan."
unce that we are
e products ofithe
zer kept on Hand.
er & Co.
An Advance Sb
that the beautiful spring
ris to baby. Certainly yoi
ut are you going to use the
i to do that--if you. will
ig of the various new stroll
and roomy, very attractive
mum in comfort and sevice
my other models we did n
Laure,. Se C..
This Piano Will Fill the Bill
Wurlitzer Student Piano
Height 3 Ft. 8 Inches. Seven Octaves.
Built for Schools, Churches, Music Teachers
and for Homes. Absolutely Satisfactory.
Economical, efficient, beautiful and made by one of the largest
manufacturers of musical instruments in the world
Write for Further Information
O'Daniel & Reid
Clinton, S. C.
American League
International League
March 21st, 3:30 P. M.
Ty Cobb Guaranteed to Be
in the Line-Up.
See Maurice Archdeacon, the
Fastest Man in Base Ball.,
ADMISSION $1.00--Tax 10c.
CHILDREN 50c---Tax 5c.
....FOR SALE BY....
owing of the Very Latest
days .are here, bright sunshine and warmth
g.are going to take baby out for a daily air
old carriage or sulky? There's no reason
only . come in and see the large and extensive
er, pror'nenaders and sulkies. All are made
in appearance and made to give the very
6We houjlc like to have you come in and
ot have room for in this advertisement.
& Company

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