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THE RURAL POLICEMEN
FLUSHED THREE COVEYS |
Sruii Whites ami KI(MOII Nt'grOOS
Rftuudcil up l)J llltl'lll 1'oliceineu
Lowe ami Madden w till Other Help
Coihe seven, come eleven was the
call that Itural Policemen Lowe ai.d
Madden, with 11??? assistance of .J. T.
White and Oscar Madden, made on
the Kitmbiers of the Coldvllle neigh
borhood Saturday night, the former
figure applying to tho white men in
the round up and the latter figure to
tho negroes. A mixed aggregation
Of colors answered the call.
The rural policemen made their
raids late Saturday night, in fncl il
being nearer Sunday ?hau Saturday.
Between the hours of i ami l o'clock
Sunday morning they made three sep
arate raids one in which three white
men were playing, one in which four
white men were playing and one in
which eleven negroes were rolling the
bones. All id' them were placed under i
arrest und await trial.
it is common talk over the county
that the rural policemen are keeping
the law-breakers In better order than i
Main Laurens Iteaders Have Heard It
And I'rolited Thereby.
"Good news travels fast," ami the
thousands of bad back sufferers in
Laurens sire glad to learn that prompt
relief is within their reach. Many a
lame, weak and aching back is bad no
more, thanks to DoanV. Kidney's Tills.
Our citizens are telling the good news
of their experience with the Old
Quaker Itemedy. Mere is an example
('. .1. Trlppe, llou.se No. 1.aureus
Mill. Laurens, S. C, says: "I have
used Donn's Kidney Pills myself and
also in my family and the results have
been entirely satisfactory. My back
ached and when I stooped or lilted. 1
had pajus throughout my body. The
kidney secretions were unnatural and
I felt all run down. I loan's Kidlicy
Pills removed all these symptoms oi'
kidney complaint. Another member
of my family had a severe attach of
kidney disease and she too used I loan's
Kidney Pills with success. Wo both
say that they are the best kidney med
Iclno to lie had."
For sale by all dealers. Trice [?0
cents, FosteivMllburn Co., Duffulo,
New York, sole agents lor the Cnlted I
Remember the name 1 loan's and
and take no oth sr.
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J'rinc. ton, S. C, .May 1911.?-ReV.
I*. M. IIuIIoh of Furnian University,
tilled Ills regular appointment at Co
lumbia Baptist church Saturday and
.Mrs. Calvin Pooro of W|lllainston, Is
visiting her sister, .Mrs. Frank Bramb
Mr Jno. B. Uumbcrl family, un
route to Aiuh'.son stopped over for a
few days last week with his father,
Capt. Humbert. Mr. Humbert has ac
cepted a position with the Orr Cotton
Mill, where he gOOS to take up his
work Monday, from Whitmire.
Mr. .Ino. Woods and family spent
the weak-end with relatives near Pel
Messrs. W. .J. and B. C. Braiublett
are Visiting in Carrollton, Kentucky.
Prof. Q. 10. Wellborn, who closed his
school several weeks ago, but has been
working in the interest, of the school
hen-, will leave in a few days for his
home iti Plckens. It Is hoped by many
that he will return next session, but
the election has not yet been held.
Mrs. J. H. Humbert was called to St.
Matthews Thursday on account of tlx;
death of her brother. Dr. Fair.
Misses HI lie. Sibyl and Argyle
Traynhnm of Honen Path, were Sun
Mr. G. E. Wellborn spent Sunday
with his friend. Rev. E. W. Davis near
Miss Annie McCuen spent last week
with her sister, Mrs Maxey Thomnson
near Lebanon, who has been very ill
but is improving some.
Mr. Roy Duiiose from North Caro
lina is visiting Rev. R. M. DuBose.
Mr. S. J. Maohon oi' Laurens, visited
I T Machen Sunday.
Several of tho Laurens people spent
Sunday here Among these were:
Mr. If. it. Humbert tind family, Miss
Nora Taylor and Mr. Monroe.
Ml*. J. \V. Hann;:, tt and family of
Anderson, came down In their touring
ear to spend Sunday with Mr. Robert
The Agony of u I hi by I nder A Skin
Is all the more terrible because It
can't tell you how it suffers. Hut
there js relief at hand?not only ro
llet but a p. rmanent cure from prick.
Icy heat, rashes, hives, eczi ma and all
other skin affections so prevalent
among infants during the summer
months. If you want to see your baby
rest easy once again- and a look of
relief Spread over its little face, just
apply this splendid remedy ZE.MO.
We believe honestly and sincerely
that in ZEMO you will find the cure
you have been praying lor. We can
tell you in all truth that we have
made thousands and thousands of pa
rents happy with this simple but sure
And to prove our absolute sinceritv.
wo have instructed all druggists sell
ing ZEMO, to refund the purchaser
his money if the very first bottle does
not bring relief. Used persistently
thereafter ZEMO is bound to cure.
ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP make: the
most economical as well as tho clean
est and most effective treatment for
affections of the skin and scalp wheth
er ?n infant or grown person.
Sold by druggists everywhere.
White Mountain and Arctic lec
('ream Freezers, all sizes on hand.
S. M. & 10. H. Wilkes & Co.
I THE NAME
Certain names in the business world are instantly re
cognized. Tiffany stands for Jewelry, Bell for Telephones, '?
<? Heinz makes Pickles, and Hnyler makes Candies. Like- <?
?? wise, to yon, Mahaffey & '.abb means "Good Things to 11
jj Kat." Our name on the package stands for all that yon J[
;! can ask in Grocery quality or Grocery service. It stands J|
V, for a "clean store, clean goods and clean methods." It is !!
a positive guarantee of money refunded if we tail to please.
II MAHAFFEY & BABB jj
:: Good Things to Eat :;
THINK how great a convenience it would be
to have a good supply of water ready for use in
your house or yard.
THINK how much easier it would make the
work about the house and kitchen and in water
ing your stock and cattle.
THINK and think hard, then come to see us
and we will explain to you how you can get this
supply of water right from your well or spring.
THINK also about that roof that needs cover=
ing and remember that we buy Roofing Tin in car
loads and have the prices right; also the quality.
Come and see what we are doing.
Phone No. 369
Laurens, S. C.
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And Will Have It If You Want Coal of the Very Best Quality! II
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To-morrow, June 1st, we will begin taking* orders. Remember, all we want now is your order, |I
not your money. It will pay you to buy your Coal for Winter now, for last Winter the price of Coal at If
IIMines was higher than it has been in ten years. You know that the buying: of Coal is no Game of ||
Chance* If you pay a cheap price you are sure to get a cheap coal. Therefore you should be as careful ||
about buying your Coal as you are about buying your clothes or anything else. For there is not any- II
thing more comfortable on a cold day than a good fire, and it takes a good coal to make a good fire. ||
We appreciate your business of the past seasons and trust to have your order this time on the merit of IS
our coal. We sell the majority, why not you? Buy your Coal from us for there is a difference. 1
^ Day Phone No.33. Laurens, South Carolina ??ht Ph^"e^~ jj?