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WEDDING GIFT SUGGESTIONS
In our store will be found hundreds o. suitable articles for wedding
gifts. Xo matter how little or how much yon wish to spend, you
will find some article here that will just exactly suit.
Following ate a few suggestions from different departments :
Patterns of distinctive style and char
Tea Spoons.Set, $ 3.00 upward
Soup " . " 7.50
Dessert Forks. " 7.60 "
" Knives... . " 0.50 "
Table Spoons. " 10.00 "
Sugar Spoons, ('ream Ladles, Olive
Spoons and other small serving pieces
from.$1.25 to 3.00
Jelly Spoons. Berry Spoons, Meat Forks
and other serving pieces $2.00 to 10.00
Bon Bon Dishes. 5.00 upward
Berry Bowles .15.00 "
Sandwich Trays.15.00 "
Lemon Dishes, Bread Trays, Card Trays
Spoon Trays and many other small
and large fancy pieces' $4.00 to 25.00
Beautiful styles and lifetime quality.
Ten Spoons.Set, $1.50 Upward
Soup " . " '2.50
Table " . ?? 3.00 "
Knives and Forks.... " 3.50 "
Sugar Spoons, Cream Ladles, Pickle
Forks and other small serving pie ces
from.50c to $1.25
Preserve Spoons, Meat Forks, Berry
Spoons and other serving pieces
from.75c to $2.5'I
Baking Dishes.$5.00 upward
Bread Trays. 3.00 "
Fern Dishes, Coffee Sets, and many
other beautiful pieces of line plated
hollow ware.$3.00 to 20.00
The famous "Piquard" line.
Tea Sets, Vases, Bon Bon Dishes, etc., in a great varie'y of
floral effects, from $1.50 to $20.00.
Patterns that are different.
Berry Bowls.$3.00 upward
Celery Trays . 3.00
Nappies. 1.50 "
Spoon Travs. 2.00 "
Vases .... 1.50 "
Cream and Sugar Sets, and many other
single pieces and sets,
from $2.00 to 20.00
A most practical and popular ware.
Finger Bowies.Set, 3.00
Fern Dishes. 1.50 "
Flower Baskets, Vases, and dozens of
Other pretty articles in brass,
from 50c to $15.00
All Reliable Timepieces.
rystal Mantle Clocks. Mahogany Colonial Clocks, Brass and Mahogai v Clocks
A great variety of styles. $4.00 to $25.00.
Beautiful Personal Gifts for the Bride
Toilet Articles, Jewelry, Opera Classes. Umbrellas, etc., afford a large selec
tion from which to choose a more personal bridal gift.
A STEADY DE AI N.
Sick Kidneys Weaken lite Whole Body.
.Make Von 111, Languid and
Sick kidneys weaken the body
through the continual drainage of llfe
givei) albumen from the blood into
the urine, and the substitution of
poisonous uric acid that goes broad
east through the system, sowing the
seeds of disease. Loss of albumen
causes weakness, languor, depression.
Uric poisoning causes rheumatic pain,
nervousness, nausea, cricks in the
back, gravel and kidney stoics. The
proper treatment is n kidney treat
ment, and the best remedy is Doan's
Kidney Pills. Great Laurens euros
J. T. Griffin, of Laurens, R. C, says:
"Several years ago I was bothered by
a lame and aching lee k. | beard so
dutch about Doan's Kidney IMUs that
I decided togive them n trial and pro
cured a box at the Palmetto Drug Co.
I began using them according to di
rections and from the results received.
I am willing to recommend them, as 1
have no doubt that they are a valuable
kidney remedy "
For sale by all dealers. Trice 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name?Doan's?and
take no other.
Another big shipment of Window
Shades just received, you will always
lind the best selection of shades at
our store to be found in the city, and
then our prices are less, so why not
Riv? us your shade orders?
8. M. ti K. H. Wilkes & Co.
Get Ready to
and buy your
We have a fresh lot of
Garden Seeds of all kinds
of a good variety best a
dapted to our Southern
Yellow Danver and Sil
ver Skin Onion Sets,
Irish Potatoes, Seed
Corn, Field and Snap
Laurens, S. C.
( KOSS HILL PERSONAL XOTKS.
Lady Carried to llospittil Teachers \
Keturn to Their Homes.
Cross Hill, Juno 13.?Misses Ger
trude und Leonara Leaman spout part
of last week at Clinton attending the
Misses Mira and l.uella. the pretty
little daughters of Mr. M. A. Leaman,
are visiting friends at Greenwood.
Mrs. Sallie Campbell, who because
chocked while at dinner sonic days
ago and who was subsequently taken to
the hospital at Chester, was relieved
but she has been quite ill since with
ulcerated sore throat.
Prof, and Mrs. Glonn Parrott and
children loft Saturday to visit Mrs.
Parrott's people at Sally's. Aiken
Misses Pearl West and Lizzie. Griftin,
teachers, left last Wednesday foi
their homes in Newherry and Miss Des
Tortes left Saturday Tor Ridgeway,
Mrs. Lula Griffin and little daughter,
of (!reenwood county have been with
tier mother. Mrs. .lanie McSwain, the
Mr. Walter Dry SOU, who was shot
in Atlanta some weeks ago. came over
to Cross Hill last Saturday, lie is
still quite feeble.
Mrs. W. 10. Harl or Florida is with
her daughter, Mrs. B. A. Wharton.
Mr. Tom Turner, a prominent citi
zen of Greenwood, was in town Sat
CROP PROSPECTS IN LAUREN'S.
Our Tumbling Shoals Friend Takes
Ontoiliistio View of Situation.
Tumbling Shoals, .Tune 10,?Ye til
lers of the soil, don't get discouraged
and want to quit work because of the
cool and windy weather. We hav ? had
worse years in which to make a crop.
The comet has passed over and we
feel more comfortahie. No one hurt,
but a few were scared. So Ii t the
field work go on with renewed oner,
gy. My friend, Charley Simpson tells
me that WO had some frost in every
month of ISO I, but July and August,
and a tine crop was made in that
year. It looks like the. March winds
will never cease. We sure do have
some blows! We have good stands
of corn and cotton and they have been
well worked to date. The rains have
heen frequent and light, and the grass
crop has .been easily kept down
Wheat and oats were wonderfully im
proved by the light showers, and are
turning out a very good crop.
So. what more do wc need to mak^
us contented with our lot. We arc.
being blessed with health and a pros
pect of plenty of food and BllOUld he
very thankful that everything is Well
llir stock Ice Cream Freezers. Wi -
ter Coolers and Refrigerators, priced
to please you
0. M. & E. II. Wilkcs & Co.
W. D. S.
Sow a patch of German Millet
We have the seed
Cotton Seed Meal, Corn, ()ats
Flour and Corn Meal
Horse and Mule Feed?ground
of sound coin and oats?trv a
sack, you will he pleased with it
Try us on Molasses in cans, kegs
half bbs anld bbls
Get a sack of that New Chicken
Feed from us and see how it
makes your chickens fatten as;
well as grow
Full stock of y)'. and 8 inch
Cotton Hoes, Plow Shapes, Heel
Sweeps all sixes, Barb Wire and;
Nails, Jones' Cotton Fenders
\ ours for business
J. H. Sullivan
LAURKXS, S. C.
<J No stomach dosing?breathe the pleasant,
healing, germ-killing ail ol 1 lyomei, and cure
CATARRH, COUGHS, COLDS. CROUP.
SORE TtlRQAT. BRONCHITIS, ETC. I
<J Complete outfit, including hard rubber in- '
lialer, $1.00, on money-back plan. Fjctra |
bottle*. 50c DruggiiU everywhere, and by ^
Laurens Drug Co., I.nurens, S. C.
DH. CLIFTON JONES !
Office in Simmons building
Phono: Office No. 86; Residence 210.
The fruit HQRBOn is now on. don't
forget that we are headquarters for '
the liest Jar Rubbers, extra tops and |
all si/.t s Fruit Jars.
S. M. & E. H, Wllkea & Co.
Get Baby Out Into the Sunlight ?
A new baby cab is just the thing for baby's comfort?and we've just the one that will 9$
please yot^. ||
Our assortment is large and complete, new and exclusive styles, large carts and r?mall
carts, and the best that money can buy.
^>^.75 for tKis Handsome Go-Cart ||
Here is the daintiest little cart for $-i.;,5 that you ever
saw. The cut shows it exactly.
Neat and trim, with folding hood, upholstering green <>v
maroon, enameled gearing, rubber tires. Hack is adjustable
to any position.
A strong, cozy, trim little cab?just c< y.y enough for
your little oik-. d< n't von think?
wenty Styles to Select From?From $25 Down S|
? Graduate Optician
Eyes Tested Free ?
One year ago I opened my Jewelry Store in
Laurens, coming here a stranger I had to build up a
trade. In order to do so I took as a foundation to
give the public good value for their money. My line
of Watches and Jewelry, although not. very large, yet
it is complete, and every article I sold or will sell is
guaranteed to be strictly as represented.
I need not say about my repairing of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry. 1 repaired hundreds of them
and no doubt I repaired your watch too. I have made
hundreds of good friends and customers by doing first
class work at moderate prices. I thank the people of
Laurens County for their confidence and patronage
they have given to me, and I solicit your future busi
ness which will be appreciated by me and satisfac
tory to you.
William Solomon :
Expert Watchmaker and Reliable Jeweler f
Next to Gray's Hotel = - Laurens, S. C. ]|