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of The Eye
When an eye is said to be as
tigmatic, the meaning' is that the
eye has a double focus. This
annoys the brain and the eye
will strain unconsciously to bring
about a clear focus. This strain
Iusually causes headaches. As- j
tigmatism is usually congenital I
or so at birth it is remedied by j
wearing glasses ground from jj
the segment of a cylinder; these 3
glasses, if rightly made bring B
images to a focus on the retina 3
and thia relieves all strain, [u
Children as well as adults suffer S
from astigmatism. I am pre
pared to correct all common or
complicated errors of sight. My 9
examinations are free. M
Room and 1 Enterprise B'ld'g. ffi
Office days, Friday and Saturday a
Dr. F. J. Inman
Eye Specialist gi
Laurcus, S. C. g
A VETERAN !
Two beautiful prizes worth
having will be given for the
Oldest Elgin, Waltham or How
ard Watch which is to-day in
A Lady's Prize
A Gentleman's Prize
If you are carrying a watch of
the above makes, let us
have the number, no matter when
or where purchased, and let's sec
who has the distinction of carry
ing the oldest watch in this city
Laurens, S. C.
Big Reduction in
S Fcr the next 30 days.
hive dollar Cabinets going at $3,50 a tl< zen
All other'sizes! in proportion.
Picture Frames at 25 per cent off regular
Just received a new lot
I Ten Cent
Don't forget our steck of 10 cents .Music, over ICGO Sheets
I PALMETTO DRUG CO.
|J J. N. Leak, Pres. J. i\ Dorroh, Sec'y.
|J We hope to merit the business of the public at large
j?? and soli< It same
^ Apply to us for terms
5 Southern Co=Operative
? Collection Agency
5 Gray Court, 5. C.
lj Husii'.cs placed with this firnt will receive prompt
SOCIAL LIFE AT HARMONY.
Miss Leila Carlisle is Hostcss at
Birthday Fat y.
Harmony, .July 31.?The protracted
meeting closed at this pla e Thursday
night. Rev. N. s. Bethea had as his
assistant Rev. M. Swain, president of
the Methodist Protsetant conference
of North Carolina. The Christians
of the community seemed to he up
lifted very much during the meeting.
The young folks training service
class received many compliments on
their good work from the pastor. He
insists that, more of our young people
lake it up.
Miss Leila Carlisle gave a birthday
party last Saturday evening which
was enjoyi d very much by those pres
ent. Tin- young people went out to
Ml.Bethel spring for a moonlight walk.
Those present were: Misses Alma
Adams. Louise (Ylisle. Leila Carlisle
Kssie Hughes, Katie Hughes, Nannie
Ol? li. Ora Mitchell, Lit la Simpson,
and Messrs. U rover Adams, Jesse
Crawford. Arthur Crawford, Olis
Hughes, .less.- O'Ooll, Leonard Simp
son. Henry Simpson. Wilford Simp
son. Hosen Walker, and Clarence Sim
mons. The larger part of the lime
was i, pen I in playing games, and hav
Miss Mollic Bnlentine, the organist
at Harmony, has goiie to Cross An
chor where she will attend the pro
tracted meeting nest week.
.Miss Agnes and Oulo Redden of
Greenwood are visiting (fiends and
relatives in this section.
Miss 1.11 a Mitchell of Anderson is
Or fuvilli wofo nniong (.ho visitors
il, I Ills W el ion last Week.
Miss Miiiie Bagwell <>;' Bel toil is
Visiting 1 er sister, Mis. W.irren
Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
The Annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the Peoples Loan & Ex
change Lank. Lnurons, s. C, will he
?held in the o.'llce of the Lank, at Lau
rent, s. c. on Tuesday, August 24,
1900, at 10 o'cloc k a. in.
\V. A. WATTS.
c. W. TUNE,
Take notice that on the 2Sth day of
August. I im1.), I will render a Ijnal ac
count of my acts and doings as Ad
ministrator of the estate of L. s. Aber
eromblo, deceased, in the office of the
Judge of Probate of Laurens county,
at II o'clock, a. in., and on the same
day will apply for a final discharge
from my trust as Administrator
All persons Indebted to said estate
are n Mill -d and required to make pay.
men! on that dat.-: and aP persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven, or he forever haired.
L. F. Aborcronihlo,
r;\ ', 1. SETTLEMENT.
Take noilco that on the !!0th day of
Vugust, 1000, I will render a llunl ac
count of my rets nifd dbinp ; as Ad
ministrator of the estate oi' Bluford
Siuij)!.'0iv, deceased, in the billot of the
Judge of PrOhhlo of Launns counly.
at II o'clock, a. P.. mi'd 011 tile SMno
day will apply for a llnal discharge
from |ny l rust as Administrator.
Ail persons Indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before that date,
duly proven, or bo forever hai red.
.1. s. Wlnohreuner,
July L v lf"-'.\ 1 mo.
CREAT POPULARITY CONTEST
(Onlv one of these may he cftst for a
Think of her at
tempting to mako
ice cream in tho
alio can make the most delicious ice
cream in ten minutes, freezing nnd
all, at a cost of about one cent a dish
?and nrrtr go near the. store.
Your grocer will tell you all about
it, or you can get \\ book from tho
Goncsee Pure Food Co., 1,0 Roy,
N. Y., if you will write them.
Grocers sell Joll-0 Ice Cream Pow
der, two packages f'>r 25 cents.
Mitchell this week.
Mr. Diamond stone is at home with
his friends and relatives for a wi.ib ;
he has been working in Atlanta for
WATF.lil.OO I I I: MS OF INTKHKST.
The Social Whirl of l.nsl Week in
'i car-Hi Town.
Waterloo. .Inly 81.. -Mr. ami Mrs.
?lohn Harris Wharton spent the week
end at Hellas'.
Mr.-. Cora I.. Whartoir, of UOcklng
Itam, N <'.. Is the guest of Mis. .loci
Mis; Maggie Bulllngton of Wood-tiff
is Hie gu -1 of Miss Marie Henderson.
Mr. ami Mrs, iI a roh) Anders? ij 01
I is 11
iii I 1 I.or of her gltOsi Miss Mi ?:? '??
Hurlliigten of Woc.druh'.
On \\ednesday Miss Run to 1 < 1 <?
entertained a congenial dinner inriy.
lie/ gU st - included Milses KjttC Ii 'U
drlx, Maude CuihOrtson, Nellie Hen
derson. Ida Mac Wharton. .Inlilo Hut-'
lor i.ud Messrs. M. .1. Penree, Bernard
Henderson and U .A. Anderson. .!r.
Friday afternoon Mrs. William Carl
Wham a entertained complimentary
to Mrs. c. .1. Larson of Charlotte.
Mrs. Wharton was assisted in receiv
ing her guests by Miss .IntllO I'utler.
The Wharton home, always hospita
ble! was beautifully decorated in
summer flowers. a delightful menu,
consisting of cakes and ices was
served. Mrs. Whartons guests num
bered about twenty.
Von will always lind here the !ar
gosl and best line of Lamps in differ
ent six.es, designs, and colors from
the small hand lamp lo the large
decorated Hall and Parlor Lamps.
S. M. & 13. II. Wilkes 1* Co.
l.'ev: IS al Colli Steel.
"Your only hopi .'* sai l three dot ?
tors to Mrs. .\;. K. Fisher, D trolt.
Mich., su(ToriHg from severe retiid
trouble, li.s in an operation.; ihtii I
used Or. king's New Life Fills," she
writes. ? i ill wholly cured.'* They
Drug ( ? ' ?
Met 'iic al Old Fields f'tlllI'fll.
I. i 1 1 11 bOttiieed that on ue\i Sunday;
Align.-! Sth. a series oi' protracted
meetings will bee in ni Old Fields
church, Tin congregation ami the
piiidh a: la/go lire ei hieslly reipiesc
? ?'. to a tie tin these hum t lugs,
Wlnil Ilfsl tor Inilitrestioti J
Mr. A. Iiobllisoii 01 Drttnuiuiu, On
tario. hiAs l>e?n troubled for years
With It/digestion; and recommends
Chamberlain's Stomach ami Liver
Tablet* nS "the b.?sl medicine I ever
used." If troubled with Indigestion
or const 5 potion give them a trial.
They uv'j certain to prove beneficial.
They at'O t iisy to take and pleasant
in offeet. Price. cents. Sam id es
frei' al 1.aureus Drug Co.
Ib -l nion al llocK.i SprluifS,
/On Thursday. August tilth, at Pocky
Springs church will be held tho :m
, anal re-union of Company F. llth s.
c. Volunteers, Those re-unions are
always Well attended and are much
enjoyed by the people. It Is hoped
that this year a large crowd will be
on hand; the public are Cordially in
vited. An address 111 he made by
Mr. S. B, Honey of l.aurens. and possi
bly |>y others, who have not yet been
ftrannlatcd Sore Uyes.
'Tor twenty years I suffered from
a bad case of granulated -ore eyes,
says Martin' Hoyd of Henrietta. Ky.
"In February. 1903, a gentleman asked
mo to try Chamberlain's Salvo. 1
bought one hOX ami used about two
thirds of It and my eyes have not
given mo any trouble since." This
salve is for sale !>y the Liuivns Drug
kept cool by
home fitted witl
as a delightful tu"
electricity may b
will be surprised
Phono No. 240,
.and and "V
H See me about selling that
I ' hp:'* TfBC:
CLINTON, 5. C.
Bell Phone, No. 75
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Be Generous With Yourself. La
You have keen gcod U> your friends for along
time, you have been a spender, no one ever called
you penurious, or close, or tight. But what have
you to show in return?
Why not be a "good fellow" to yourself, open
a savings account with this bank and turn your
generosity to your own account and credit for a
timer The results will show np in a short time,
and of a mos satisfactory nature at that. Be good
to yourself. Begin today.
The Bank for Your Savings.
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1 LARGE PROFITS 5
J SN REAL ESTATE 3
Suppose you had bought REAL ESTATE live f
jj or ten years ago?
What would your profit have bee/ low*.'
Why not profit by the past anc/buy now for the ^
i? future. Five years from nowf there will be in- ^
y? crease in values as large pey cent as in the past
We havejfor sale loM vviVh or without buildings
and nice farms and will malLe suitable terms.
J Laurens Trust Co.
^ C. A. Pow^'i Mj?r. Real Estate Department.