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$ out where it is and steal it. Thon you won't have J
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1 Enterprise Bank |
? Laurens, S. C. ?
<$ N. B. Dial, President C. H. Roper, Cashier J
A Display of Sample Pianos by
Kimball Factory Now on at
No. 116 West Main St.
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Everybody is invited to attend. Factory ex
perts will explain details of Piano manufacturing.
Free souvenir to all who attend. This Exposition
is for advertising purposes. Admission will be
free. We have arranged special entertainment
for all each afternoon and night.
This display will include one each of the dif
ferent styles of Pianos made in the Kimball Fac
tory. The object of the exhibit is to thoroughly
introduce the different style Pianos manufactured
by The W. W. Kimball Company.
Kimball Pianos are now used by several Music
Conservatories, and over 222,000 in use in the
best families in this country and endorsed by them.
Any Banker will give you our financial standing.
These Sample Pianos will be sold at a much re
duced price on very liberal terms at a saving from
$60.00 to S1C0.00
on each Piano. Don't fail to come. We want
your good opinion. Open evenings until 9 p. m.
J. F. MISENHEIMER,
F. H. TRAMMELL,
Pi.aTH OF J. ROSS DORROH.
Was Son of the Lato W. T. Dorroh and
Was Well Known Young- Cltlien.
Burial Occurred Saturday In Tills
Tho death Friday afternoon at Gray
Court of Mr. J. Ross Dorroh was a
shock to his mauy friends and ad
mirers In Laurens and throughout tho
county. Although It was known that
he had beeu very ill for several days
the nnnoureenent of his death came
as o. surprise to his friends and a great
blow to his family and other relatives.
On Saturday afternoon the body was
brought lo Laurens for burial In the
family plot at the city cemetery. Hp
was burled With Masonic honors, the
ceremonies being conducted by mem
bers of Schroder Lodge No. 111. Cray
Court, assisted by members of Palmet
to and Laurens Lodges of this city.
A large gathering of friends from the
Gray Court country and from the city
attended the services. ;uul a great pro.
'fusion of handsome flowers attested
the love and affection for the memory
of the departed kinsman and friend.
Mr. Dorroh was the older.: son of
the late William T. Dorroh who pass
ed away last September. Ho was in
Iiis 39th year and is survived by his
j wife who was before marriage, Miss
Etta Owlngs, daughter of Mr. Thaddo
! us P. Owlngs Of Cray Court. The inoth
I er of the deceased and six of his sis
ters live here, while two other sisters
Mrs. S. M. Wright and Mrs. C. A. Fos
ter live at Woodruff and Tinimoiis
viiie. respectively. Ills only brother,
Mr. Sain Dorroh is engaged in farm
ing in Youngs Township.
lipon the death of his father who
was at that time county auditor. J,
Koss Dorroh was appointed by GOV.
\ir oi t(> ;i'i out the unoxpired term.
At the expiration of this service in
February Mr. Dorroh returned to hia
home at Cray Court and assumed tho
management of the Cray Court bondod
warehous ?. Recently his health which
had not been good for several months,
failed rapidly and ho was forced to
take to bis bed some ilr-'ce weeks ago
after which Iii? condition grow steadi
ly weaker until the dual summons
Ross Don oh was a most exccllcnl
man nnd Clll7.cn, loyal to his friends
land devoted to his family: faithfully
discharging his obligations to his
church and to society generally ever
living uprightly before God and man
Thr Agoil) of a M?h? under a Skin
is all tho more terrible because it
can't toll you how it suffers. Hut
there is relief at hand not only re
lict but .1 permanent cure from prick
ley heal, rashes, hives, eczema and all
other skin affections so prevalent
among infants during the summer
mouths. If you mant to see your baby
rest easy once again?and a look of
relief spread over its 'ittle face, just
apply this splendid remedy ZEMO. We'
'olhve honestly ind sincerely that in
ZEMO you will find the cure you have
' oen praying for. We can tell you in
all thruth that we made thousands and
thousands of parents happy with this
simple btu sure remedy.
And to prove our absolute sincere
ly, we haw instructed all druggists
selling ZEMO, to refund the purchaser
his money if the very first bottle does
not bring relief. Used peristently
thereafter ZEMO is bound to cure.
ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP make the
most economical as well as the clean
est and most effective treatment for
affections of tho skin and scalp win lll
< r on Infant o-1 grown person.
Sold by druggists ovorywliere ami
In Laurens by our authorized agents
Laurens I >rug Co.
Ml. Olive. April 17. Th:> Ml. Olive
school closed iant Friday.
i>\. .lohn 11 Washington, pastor <?;'
the Baptist church at Piedmont. S. c.
Visited his mother here last week.
Mr. ami .Mrs. W. 1. Cooper visited
their daughter and relatives in Lau
rens last weok.
The Faster gales came early this
time and cotton planting will be de
layed for a week or two.
Koine corn in this section i ?? large
enough for working. Some of the boys
belonging to the Corn Club have made
good preparations, planted good seed.
hOVO a splendid stand, ami no doubt
the harvest will be truly great.
Midnight in The Oznrks.
and yet sleepless Hiram Scraton. of
(May City, 111., coughed and coughed.
He was in the mountains on the ad
vice of five doctors, who said he had
consumption, but found no help in the
climate, and started home. Hearing
of Dr. King's New Discovery, he began
to use lt. "I believe it saved my life,"
he writes "for It made a new man of
me, so that I can now do good work
again." For all lung diseases, coughs,
colds, lagrippo, asthma, croup, whoop
ing cough, hay fever, hemorrhages,
hoarseness or quinsy, Its the best
known remedy. Price 60 cents and i
? 1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by Lauren ?. Drug Co. and Palmetto
Di ng Co.
When a medicine must be given to
young children it should be pleasant
to take. Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy Is made from loaf sugar, and the
roots used in Its preparation give it
a flavor similar to maple syrup, mak
ing It pleasant to take. It has no su
perior for colds, croup and whooping
cough. For sale by all dealers.
Try This Test in a
Place a cake of chocolate in a "Wenr-Rver" saucepan
without gruiinn. Without milling water melt over a low
fire, uilhoul Stirring, Chdcolate Will not burn.
BECAUSE aluminum heats quicker nod
retains liont longer thnn other umtcri
als of which cooking utensils an; made,
you can save at least live minutes in cook
inj; each nieai.
90 hours off your yearly fuel bill.
"Wear-Ever" Aluminum Cooking Utensils
save food, too, und expense for replacing
utensils worn out or Imrnt out.
They arc practically indestructible.
"Wcar-tver" ware cannot rust, is unaffect
ed by (turning, ia strong, light t<> handle, and
most durable. Willi aluminum there is no
danger <>f poisonous compounds forming
will) acid fruits or foods.
Replace utensils that irrtir out
with utensils thai "Wear-Ever.'!
Let us supply you with WEAR-EVEB i
the one-quart saucepan /|2p\
advertised in maga
zines and show you T A C U Co
other utensils bearing
trade mark. TRADEMARK
Try This Test in a
I'our one pint of milk Met a Saucffratt, /'?'.;.'<? over a
low fire and without stirring let the milk boil down to
Ont-iJimrlCl pint. J lie milk v ill not be StOfchtJ,
THAT'S because aluminum is
a better distributor and ro
lainer of heal than other
materials of which cooking utensils
^ on can cook quicker and you
therefore save fuel.
"Wear-Ever" lllensils are made
without joints, scams or soldered
parts, from thick, hard sheet alu
minum. They have no coating
io peel, crack or blister. They
cannot rust, cannot form poison
ous compounds with acid fruits or
lOods, and they last a generation.
Let us supply you with the one-quart
sample saucepan advertised in mag
azin?s and show you
other utensils bearing
the "Wear-Ever" trade
in a r o in <i k c s
he (tri/ house-'
r. WEAR-EVER '
T A C U Co
S. M. & E. H. W ILK HS & COMPANY
SOLE AGENTS FOR EAURENS
We say Everybody's, because we do not know of a Foot
we can not dress wilh the right Shoe.
The Business Han or the Swagger Young Fellow can find
his Shoes here, $2.50 to $6.00.
The Old Gentlemen or the Mechanic can find Mis Shoes
here $2.00 to $4.00.
The Woman who walks or the Society Woman can find
Her Shoes here 52.00 to $3.50.
The School Boy or the School Girl can find Their Shoes
here, $1.25 to $3.50.
The Parent, looking for Children's or Infants' Shoes, can
find just the right Shoes here and have them correctly fitted.
Shoes for Everybody!
Everybody can find Shoes here in splendid values?the
Best Shoes?and find them pleasingly priced.
THE SHOE MAIV
Customers' Shoes Shined Free
One Price to All