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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mrs. W. E. Barre spent Sunday in
?OVeenville with ft.fcnds.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis of Prince
ton were in the city Monday shopping.
Mr. Theo. Garrett, who lives out on
Route No. G, was In the city Monday.
Magistrate P. M. Hellams, of Gray
Court, was among the visitors in the
Mrs. Ernest Bramlett returned to
her home in Union Monday after a
visit to relatives In Laurens.
Miss Lucy Clardy has returned from
an extended visit to relatives in Mont
gomery, Ala., and Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. John W. Simpson, one of Lau
rons county's progressive farmers was
here last week.?Honea Path Chronicle.
Miss Lila Stansell, who has been
visiting Miss "Lint Jones, has return
c.'l# to her home in Rockingham, N. C.
Palmetto I.odge No. ID. A. F. M., will
hold a regular communication Friday
-fight. The F. C. degree will be con
Mrs. Eugene Feiner, after a visit of
several days to her parents. Mr. and
"Yrs. W. L. Stone, returned Monday to
her home in Columbia.
Miss Willie Rice of Spartanburg,
?v ho is well known here where she
lived for some time was the guest of
V>r aunt, Mrs. Agnes R. Swygert. Sun
Miss Fannie May Wright left Mon
day for Honea Path where she has
accepted Q position as milliner with
>no of the leading firms of that little
Mr. A. D. Ii. Barksdale of Green
ville and I.aureus who is engaged in
the insurance business, was in the
city for a few days during the past
Mr. G. L. Hellams. rural letter car
rier on route No. 1 from Barksdalo,
vas in the city Monday afternoon on
business. Mr. Hellams has a motor
cycle to use on bis route.
Mrs. L. J. Mnssey, who has been at
the Gllkerson House for some months
fc'lth Miss Fannie Thames, left Mon
::> ty for Mobile, Birmingham and oth
< - places in Alabama, where she will
??sit friends and relatives.
W. Gary Thompson has accepted a
;?Dsition as traveling salesman with
the Spa Oull Specialty Co., of Balti
more, Md. He lias been engaged in
d tsic brokerage business in Laurens for
trie past two years. Hs many friends
;.*)pe for him every success in his
t tw position.
Miss Nannie Rums, who is attend
Greenville Female College come
?loyrn Saturday ??nd speht the'week-,
vnd with home folks. She brought
vith her as her guests for Saturday
f.nd Sunday the following young la
.'.'ies, who attend the same college:
Misses Agnes Bateman of Spartnn
.vjrg, Hannah Moroil of Wellford and
:.ernice All wood of Liberty.
Be a Manufacturer.
High prices brought down by use
.;f L. & M. Paint, because you make
'.early half of it by adding % of a gal
lon of Linseed C.l to euch gallon of
It costs thon $1.1)0 per gallon.
Besides you won't need to iejp;tini
for a hont 15 years.
Thirty-five years general use has
It's all paint, real paint, reliable
paint, and the best paint that can
Our sales agents are: J, II, & M.
L. Nash Laurens; J, W, CopoltUld ?SL
Owing*, IL F. 1?. 1.
Mrs. H. L. CulbertSOn of Cray
Court, Is visiting her son Mr. Walter
SgThite. at Clemson oollege.
firs. Maude Stoddard Is In Atlanta
purchasing her ?ptflng-millinery.
"Dr. Bryson who'has recently 'located
&t Gray Court, was.a Visitor at Ow.lnga
"Mr. nnd Mrs. L. S. 'Cook and chlld
*4H, "of Fountain Inn, visited ?thelr |
mother, Mrs. "W. E. 'Codk recently.
Miss Bula Bryson has been 111 for)
??ho past week but Is much 'better at
Miss Rosa Ith'..lie of Spartanburg.
visited her father, Mr. J. J. Riddle
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?t;i<YHIPH'8 MUHT-A-WAY LIVKR]
The Great System Builder
Sold oh a guarantee; Money back If I
not satisfactory?50c bottle
Sold by LaurenB Drug Co.
WILLIAMS' 'KIDNEY PILLS
Haro you overworked your nervous sys
tem and caused trouble With your kid
-neys and bladder? Have you pains in
loins, side, back and bladder? Havo you
a flabby appearance of the f^ee, and tin
?der tho eyes? A frequent desire to pass
ortee? If so, Williams' Klrtnoy Pills will
JWro you?Dnifffflst. price 60c.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Proo... CU?.U?d,t)Mo
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens, S. C*
We are headquarters for
the best in all Farm seeds.
Grass and Clover Seeds
Seed Corn, Cotton Seed,
Cow Peas, Soja Beans,
Sorghums, Kaffir Corn,
Idiot Seed, Peanuts, etc.
*Wood** Crop issued
gives timely information as to
seeds to plant each month in
the year, also prices of Season
able Seeds. Write for copy,
maded free on request
HOW TO OWN THE
FOR 17C A DAY.
You don't hnve to draw on your
Dank Account when you pay on the
You need not disturb your Dollars.
Keep them nt work earning interest!
We offor our newest model, the
Oliver Typewriter No. 5?fresh from,
the factory?for Seventeen Cents a
The plan is printed In "black and
white" on the Application Blank
Simply fill out the blank, attach
the small first payment, send it In,
and on comes the Oliver!
No tedious wait! No red tape!
No long-drawn-out correspondence!
You quickly own your Oliver and
scarcely notice the outlay. You can
have the use of your machine while
pennies are "paying the freight."
You will never have a better chance
to test the power of pennies.
The Oliver is ererywhere!
It's the universal typewriter. Reels
ofl Ve?I woik 'wltti'the ease and speed
demanded by this mile-a-mlnute age.
Wherever you turn?In Business
Offices, great or small?in the quiet
of tho Home.?in the roar of the Hail
road and Telegraph service?in the
seething maelstrom of modern
Newspaperdom?In countless kinds of
Oliver that's making the wheels go
service? it's the sturdy, strenuous
The Standard Visible Writer
Von need your Oliver now. It's yours
almost for the asking. The biggest
tut lid; cd dollars worth in America?
for Sevonte'On Cents n Day!
Send along the Application Blank,
with a small first payment of $15 as
an evidence of good faith.
Your check is good?or send draft,
postofllce or express money order.
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO.
The Oliver Typewriter Bldg.
The Oliver Typewriter Co.
Gentlemen:?I accept your offer
of the latest model No. 5 Oliver
Standard Typewriter for Seventeen
cents a D;<y. Enclose please find
$15 as evldenco of good faith. I
agree to save 17 cents a day and
remit the balance, $85, In month
ly (installments. Title to remain
in your name until the machine
Is fully paid far.
POPHAMS ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mail ou
receipt oi price $1.00.
Trial Parka*?, by mntl 10 ceuts.
WI1JJAMS MFG. CO.. Pi?p... CleT?4*nd. Ohio
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens, H. C.
"We are showing some splendid val
ues In Hall Curtains, They are largo
sizes und very low prices.
S. M. ft K. H, Wlikes ft Co.
During the first days of this week
ClemBon had as her guest Mr. Brad
ford Knapp and his farm demonstra
tion agents of the Piedmont section
of South Carolina. Twenty-five of
these agents were present, and all
were entertained in harrackB. Mr.
Knapp, Dr. Knapp's son, responded
to a short addres of welcome by act
ing President Rlggs, and insisted that
his melt should recognise.that, the ag
ricultural college is to the demonstra
tion agents what an implement fac
tory is to tho farmer. The agricul
tural college must furnish the neces
sary Information which the agents dis
seminate. His remarks along this line
were well recolved and the spirit of
cooperation which was manifest is ev
idenced by resolutions passed by the
farm demonstration agents, thanking
President Rlggs and the faculty for!
their hospitality and indorsing the
work of tho college.
The convention was addressed In
different members of the faculty; Prof.
Conradi spoke on "Injurious Insects",
Prof. Harper on "Cotton Breeding";
Prof. Barre on "Cotton Diseases":
Prof. Perkins on "Soil Fertility"; Prof.
Barrow on "Mixing of Fertilizers",
and Mr. Stackhouse on "The Fertiliz
er Inspection and Analysis".
Mr. J. M. Qasquo, who for' a num
ber of years held the position of as
jaiatant to. the Commandant has re.
signed; it is not known yet who will
take his place.
The meeting of the board of trustees
will convene Monday. March 6th.
Dr. W. I). Weatherford, Internation
al Secretary of the Y. M. C. A. is con
duetlit" a series of meetings here. Hr.
Weatherford is known throughout the
South as an eloquent and forceful
speaker. His wide experience with col
lego men gives hlra a keen Insight in
to their lives. His able and helpful
addresses have been well attended
by the students.
Mr. John D. W. Watts, one of the
best farmers of Laurent county, was
among tho farm demonstration agents
who met hore.
Mrs. H. L. Culbertson, of Gray
Court, left Saturday for her home af
' tor spending a week with her son,
Walter P. White. Wo are always glad
to Bee people from our home county.
THE DOCTOR'S QUESTION.
Much Sickness Due to Roucl Disor
A doctor's flist question when con
sulted by a patient Is. "Are your bow
els regular?" He knows that OS per
cent of Illness Is attended with In
active bowels and torpid liver, and
that this condition must be removed
gently and thoroughly before health
can be restored.
Rexall Orderlies are a positive,
pleasant and safe remedy for constl
pation and bowel disorders In gener
al. De are ho certain of their great
curative value that we promise to re
torn the purchaser's money in every
case when they f?.ll to produce entire
Rex all Orderlies are eaten like
candy, they act quietly, and luve a
soothing, t trengthenlng. healing in
fluence on the entire intestin tl throct.
They do not purge, gripe, couho nau
sea, flatulence, excessive looseness,
llnrrhoes or other annoying effect.
They are especially good for ohildreu.
weak persons or old folkB. Two Blzes
26c and 10c. Sold only at our store
-?-The Rexnll Store. The I>aurens
Can make a Photograph
but it requires skill and
knowledge to make a
lasting, pleasing portrait
WE ARE SHOW If Q AN
Extraordinary Line of Comfortable
Couches and Davenport Beds
We selected these goods for their wearing quality as well as for looks. You wont find at any other
store goods of so high a quality at so low a price. They are all full large size, and the upholsterings of
the different grades is the best on the market. Below we show a few of our many good values and we
would like for you to come and let us show you the actual articles. We know they will please you.
Mahogany frame, Chase Leather
uphostering. Makes a perfect Bed
American quartered Oak frame,
crush Plush upholstering. Makes a
perfect Bed when open.
Genuine Leather Upholstering, finely tufted, pol
ished quarter sawed oak frame, best indestructable
steel construction, regular $35.00 value.
Genuine Leather Upholstering, quar
tered oak frame, piano polished, best
steel spring construction.
Best Chase Leather Upholstering,
indestructable springs, frame pol
ished quartered oak.