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A HOUND CHESTNUT IUDGE.
Good Hnlns?Two Revival Meetings.
Chestnut Kidge, Aug. 8.?The farm
ors are through with their Crops and
wo have had the much needed rain.
Quite a large crowd attended prayer
meeting at Mrs. Lottie Osborn's Sun
Mrs. B. Stone and wife spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with Mrs. E.
Revival services closed at Chest
nut Ridge last Tuesday. Rev. Mr. C.rey
did some good preaching, which re.
suited in six additions to the church,
live by baptism and one by letter.
Revival services aro being held at
Trinity church by tho pastor, Rev.
Mr. Du Rose.
Miss Bessie Hudgens of Laurens is
visiting in our section.
Mr. Friday of Union is visiting his
Bister, Mrs. Jeff Davis.
Miss Maggie Hudgens of Barksdale
Is visit inn Mrs J M. W. Watts.
Mr. Kclley Howell and family spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. Barnette
Messrs Claud and Herman Hoyd
have returned from a visit to rela
tives at Fountain Inn.
Mr. Don Brwln entertained the Royal
Ambassadors Saturday afternoon.
Quite a large crowd was present and
all had a pleasant time.
If your liver is sluggish and out of
lone, and you feel dull, bilious, con
stipated, take a dose of Chamberlain't
Stomach nnd Liver Tablets tonight |
boforo retiring and you will feel all
right in the morning. Sold by Lau
rens Drug Co.
Eilen August 8.? Rain is greatly
tie d-d in this section.
Miss Cora Armstrong i^ spending
tho week with Miss Vivian Owens
Mrs. Blanche Crisp and little son.
Clay visited Mrs. C. V. Hipp last week.
.Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Graj spent Sun
day witli Mrs. L. r. Brooks.
Mrs. Emmie Richardson and Miss
Alie Hahaffey are visiting in Eden com
munity this week
Mis.'- ruth Martin is Bpenling the
week with Miss VInhn Martin.
WHY BE HALB
When Parisian Sage is Guaranteed to
Stop Falling Hair, or
Money Hack I
Parisian Sage is the most delightful
hair dressing In the world; it is pleas
ant. Invigorating and refreshing. It
makes the hair soft, beautiful and lux
uriant. Wherever Parisian Sago is
known, it is the lad lei' favorite hair
If, after using one bottle, you do not
say it Is the most Uclightful haii
dressIng you ever used, you can have
your money back. The price Is only 50
cents a large bottle at-the Laurens
Drug Co. It is guaranteed to cure
dandruff and falling hair, or money
back. The Kill with the Auburn hair
is on every bottle.
The fact remains that Featherstone
is the leading man in the guberna
torial race.?Greenwood Index.
Struck a Bich Mine.
S. W. Ren.Is. of Coal City, Ala., says
be -truck a perfect mine of health in
Dr. King's New Life Pills for they
cured him of Liver and Kidney trouble
after 12 years of suffering. They are
the best pills on earth for Constipa
tion. Malaria. Headache, Dsypepsia,
Debility. 2f>c at Laurens Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
"A connection with the Seaboard
Air Line at Clinton is the link of
railroad Spartanburg needs most" is
the way a very clear vlsloned citizen
of Spartanburg put it yesterday. And
that is just about right. Spartanburg
should have an outlet to tin- Seaboard.
AVhy not keep this in mind and work
It out??Spartanburg Herald.
That a clean, nice, fragrant com
pound like Bucklen's Arnica Salve will
instantly relieve a bad burn, cut
scald, wound or piles, staggers skep
tics. But great cures prove its a
wonderful healer of the worst sores,
ubers. boils, felons, ec/.ema, skin
enfptlon, as al80 chapped hands.
Lnurens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
1 Whereas the trustees of Lanford
school district No. 10, of Laurens
county. S. (' have been duly authorized
to sell coupon bonds of said district,
aggregating the sum of $3,600, bear
ing interest at the rate of six per Cen
ttun por annum, payable annually,
said bonds run twenty years.
Now therefore the said board of
trustees will receive bids for such
bonds or ar.v part thereof, the bids to
be sealed and to state the maximum
nnd minimum amounts of said issue
of bonds that will be taken at the bid
submitted. No bid at less than par
will be accepted, and the trustees re
serve the right to reject any or all
bids or any part thereof. .
The bids must be submitted In writ
ing to W. H. Drummond, chairman of
said board of trustees. Lanford Station
8. C. on or before noon of the 22nd day
of August, 1910.
W. H. DrummofSfl,
M. G. Patterson,
C. L. Waldron.
1to>?r<! of Fe?j!sfrat!oJ?.
The board of registration/meets on
the first Monday in each ihonth. All
who desire registration/ certificates
must come before th*JBoard on that
day. J.jrat Caldwell,
WITH THE STATE CAMPAIGNERS
IN COUBfTY.TO-COI/NTY TOUH
(Continued from page three)
was applauded on this statement.
On the question of local option.
Mr. MeI.eod said the sentiment of the
! local community must be back of the
j law. Tho responsibility heretofore
I resting on one county would rest on
forty-three if a State-wide prohibition
t bill Is passed. The responsibility be
ing distributed would become "no
Mr. McLeod was given rousing ap
plause when ho closed.
John Q. Richards gave his record
for the past twelve years in the gener
al assembly. He claimed to have done
more for tho upbuilding of the State
than any other man In the :ace.
Ho has stood for colleges, high
schools, the rural schools, the State
university, Winthrop and Clemsou.
On the question of support Mr. Rich
ards stands for the maintenance of the
Institutions, therefore no taxes can
be reduced In this respect.
In the refunding of the Stnte debt
the taxes can bo reduced. Mr. Richards
told how by business management the
debt may he refunded from II to II 1-2
per cent. There Is Inequality of taxes.
Mr. Richards said the small owner is
bearing the burden.
On the whiskey question Mr. Rich
ards said he had been consistent on
the prohibition question. He attacked
the position of Mr. Keatherstone In
1898 and later. "Who did the lighting
in tin? legislature. C ('. Featherstone
or John (5. Richards? Go seek the rec
"I am not ashamed of my record."
said Mr. Richards.
Cole 1,. Dlease, in opening, referred
to his statement, challenging th" writ
er of an article in a morning daily to
Come on the platform. He paused for
a reply to the question, "to winch class
does the writer of that article belong?"
When the audience s. w no reply was
made to Mr. Blcase, there were cheers.
"Notwithstanding the lies published
from across these streets against me
four years ago, I received 41,000 votes,"
said Mr. Blease, in putting before the
people his claims and his record. Mr.
Blease did not mince words in refer
ring to the editorial writers- who have
said tilings about him. Each time he
was greeted with cheers.
Mr. Blease referred to his work for
the higher educational institutions and
common schools of the Slate. He
thinks the taxes are too high.
Mr. Blease twitted the other candi
dates on their change of front. " Lot
Charleston vote for a license sysiem if
her citizens want it," said Mr. Blease,
"but let not the bar room system re
turn in this State."
He said he is consistent. "If I am
not elected governor of South Caro
lina, a prohibitionist will he," was Mr.
Mr. Blease received much applause.
In buying a cough medicine, don't
lie afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. There Is no danger from It.
and relief is sure to follow. Especial
ly recommended for coughs, colds and
whooping cugh. Sold by Laurens Drug
| will copy any Photo, en- 3
* large any picture and *
make High Grade Pho
tographs for you at the
very lowest prices. No
photographer can do
more nor ofFer nny
more special inducement
has always done.
"Best Pictures, Lowest
Come to see us.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorney* at Law.
Will practice Int^all State Court?,
prompt attention give;) to all business
Here's a big opportunity
Our Phenomenal Sale of
German and French China
THROUGHOUT THIS WEEK!
It's a Record Breaking Sale for Laurens! A mighty Money Saving One, and
one in which all should share. If you haven't already visited our store, do so
at once, you won't regret it. Remember Every piece of Fancy China goes
REGARDLESS OF COST!
In order to make room for
early Fall Stock
are made on all printed fabrics
of Summer Texture. In many
instances where prime cost
has lost it's identity.
W. Q. Wilson & Co. I
XKat Coal Bin?
Have you got it ready for your Coal?
We have your name on our list
All we want now is for you to give us the number
of tons you will need
We Buy Only the Best Grade of Coal
Insuring you against inferior coal.
J. W. & R. M. Eichelberger
Reliable Draymen - Phone 33