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Maddens, April 2.?A serious lire
was narrowly averted at the home of
Mrs. Allison last Wednesday night
when the inmates were awakened by
a blaze in one of the bed rooms, caus
ed presumably by an exploding lamp,
lien Martin, a glundson, was fortu
nately spending the night with them
and succeeded in extinguishing the
ilames. As the fire bad not gained
much headway the loss was slight.
The friends of Mrs. Allison and Mrs.
Teague are glad it was no worse.
There will be preaching at Prospect
on Sunday afternoon next. oRv. Mr.
Thayer of Laurens will conduct the
I services and no doubt will be greeted
a large congregation.
Mr. J. T. A. Bailew, accompanied by
his amiable better half, were the
pleasant guests of Mrs. Ballew's sis
ter, Mrs. Dnngston recently.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of Knoree
were welcome guests in our city for
the week-end. They visited their
grandmother, Mrs. Allison.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Martin, of Lau
rens, passed through Sunday after
noon. They bad been down to see
an aunt, Mrs. Emily Martin, who has
been qlute 111. Her friends and rela
tives will be glad to hear that sho Is
Mr. It. Jud L?ngsten visited Mr. Tom
Shaw, of Cold Point, recently and also
to see his cousin Mrs. ICstelle Daven
part who is now at tin- home of her
daughter Mrs. Tom Shaw. Mrs. Dav
enport is now convalescent alter a
very serious illness in Atlanta.
Mr. Livingston Wolf was out on bus
Dr. II. C. Wofford of Woodruff, was
the guest of his brother. Mr. .1. A
Wofford Sunday night.
Mrs. Kmma F?lle!-, or Mountvllle, I
visited the family of her brother in
law, Mr. T. A. Lnttgston, recently.
Why He Was Late.
"What made you so late?"
"I met Smithson."
"Well, that is no reason why you
should be an hour late getting home
"1 know, but 1 asked him how he
was feeling, and he insisted on telling
me about his stomach trouble."
"Did you tell him to take Chamber
"Sure, that is what he needs." Sold
by all dealers.
BARKSDALE NOTES. *
Darksdale, April 1.?-Mr. Hasting
Stuart of Clinton was the guest of
Mr. James Todd on aSturday and Sun
Mr. J. T. Garrett and family of Wa
terloo spent the week-end with Mr.
Garrett's father, Mr. W. A. Garrett of
Miss Vivian Henderson of Waterloo
visited Miss Ruth Bnrksdalo last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Todd and chil
dren have been spending several days
hero with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Mary aPrks Putnam remains
ill at the home of her daughter. Mrs.
W. A. Garrett.
The many friends of Mr. James Holt
are grieved to know of his illness, due
to typhoid fever.
The union meeting was with high
land Home on last Saturday and Sun
day. There were many delegates out
from the respective church and many
of the Lau r ens people were there.
Among them were Messrs. C. IL Roper,
C. B. Bobo, w. l-:. Thayer and Luther
Miss Amy Shookley, the daughter of
Mrs. Leila Shockley, who has closed
a very successful school at Mailldlll
is at home for the vacation.
HOW TO REMOVE FRECKLES
Wilson's Freckle Cream Is Pos
itively Guaranteed to
Do the Work.
Lettors are constantly being re
ceived by ib.. makers of Wilson's
Freckle Cream from prominent Indict
Hiiying that they have n't last dlscov?
orod how to remove freckles.
because you happon t" have
fit... s is no roasori why you should
always have them,
Mrs. M. .1. RIvoi'S wrote from Herne,
Switzerland, saying: "If after giving
Wilson's Kr.'ckic Cream .? fair trial
It does not cure your skin, there I? no
remedy for you. I always took the
beat euro of my akin, but freckled
dreadfully and could get no remedy
until I fount Wils It's Freckle Cream.
One Jar of Wilson's Freckle Cream
will cause yoi r freckles to perceptibly
fade, and the second Jar will entirely
The druggist In Instructed to return
your money to you If It dOOon't do
Just what we claim for It.
Try a lar today. You'll be delighted
with Its fine effect on your skin. If
your druggist cann*' supply you, send
fiO cents to the Wlison Freckle Cream
\Co., Charleston, S. C, and tbey will
rsead you a full size inr.
LAU RENS nitro CO.
I have not given tip my practice and
insurance business on account of be
ing connect* d with the Glass Works.
My office is in the same place.
Hours: II a. m. t<? ' P. 111 nnd '
to 0 p. in.
Phones ??office: 50: Residence: III.
W. H. Dial, M. D.
? RA BUN NEWS. ?
Rabun, April 1.?Mr. and Mrs.
Brooks Nash of the Merna comuiunity
entertained a number of young people
at their home Saturday night. Flinch
was played and very much enjoyed,
Those present were Misses IVvinn Ow
ens, Mae and Allie Babb, Ada Nash,
Pearl Medlock and Mae Roper, Messrs.
Homer Nash, Wofford and Fred Med
lock, Houston aBbb, Sloan Mahon and
Mrs. Rebecca Owens after spending
two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Hoardie
Owens of Eden section returned home
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mahon visited
in Poplar Spring community Friday.
Mr. Solomon Mahaffey of Eden sec
tion spent Saturday with Mr. W. D.
Owens and Saturday night with Mr.
Mr. Nesbltt Mahon accompanied by
Misses Marie Mahon and Bettle Weeks
were in 1.aureus Saturday on business.
Mrs. Ellie Wasson and little daught
er. Nellie, and Miss Wasson. all of
Friendship community visited Mrs. Re
becca Owens and family Thursday.
Mr. Laurens Mahon was in Green
ville Saturday night and Sunday.
Mrs. Stobo Holt spent Sunday with
Mrs. Mclvina Abcrcrombie Sunday.
Mr. Tom Mahon and family, and Mr.
William Mahon of Princeton spent
Sunday with Mr. John Mahon and
Mr. Glbcon Armstrong and Bisters
of Fountain Inn spent Saturday night
and Sunday with their grandmother,
Mrs. Rebocca Owens.
Mrs. Brooks Nash and little son.
.lohn Robort, arc spending this week
with her parents In Lauren*, Mr. and
Mrs. J, A. Armstrong.
It is mining some for us this morn
ing but the farmers are plowing just
WORDS FROM HOME.
Statements That May Be Investigat
ed.. Testimony of Laurens Citizens.
When a Laurens citizen comes to
the front, telling his friends and neigh
bors of bis experience, you can rely
on his sincerity. The statements of
people residing in far away places do
not command your confidence. Home
endorsement is the kind that backs
Doan's Kidney P?is. Such testimony
is convincing. Investigation proves
it true. elMow is a statement of a Lau
rens resident. No stronger proof of
merit can be had.
W. P. Bhealy, 426 k. Main St., Lau-|
rens, S. C, says: "My back was in
bad shape and 1 was hardly ab'e lo
get about. I was advised to try DOHft'.i
Kidney Pills and did so. The con
tents of one box brought me complete
relief. I recommend this remedy high
For sale by all dealers. Price GO
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name ?Doan's and
take no other.
Osap 1 dxhaccn rpwobloo
Eden. April 1.? The fanners will be
very late this time planting their
corn and cotton on account of so
Mrs. Sallie Neighbors has returned
to her home in Columbia, atter spend
ing a few weeks With her mother,
Mrs. L. R. Brooks.
Mr. Brooks Nash and wifell and F.
A. Armstrong spent Sunday with Mr.
der and fainilydtOhfj-.yAskn.s kSwild.1
M. W. Cray.
Mr. D. M. Holder and family spent
j one day last week with Mr. Bonrdie
Mr. R. W. Nash w;is in this com
munity last week on business.
Mr. C. V. Hip uand wife attended the
union meeting at Highland Home Sat
Miss Vivian Owens spent Saturday
night with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Brooks
Mrs. Emma Brooks was in Green
ville last week on business.
Mrs. Mamie Allen and Mrs. Ellen
McCravy were the guests of Mr. C.
V. Hipp and family Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Babb spent Wed
nesday with Mi. M. W. Gray and fam
Mr. B. \V. Owens and wife spent
Friday with Dr. clti'son and wife.
Mr. William Brooks and mother
spent Saturday night with Mr. W. is.
Cray and family of Gray Court.
The health of the community is
very good at present.
STOPS ITCHING SCALP OVERNIGHT
Guaranteed by Laurens Drug Co. to
Stop Falling Hair and Banish Dan
Itching scalp, keeps you sohatohing
and feeling miserable all the time.
Wash your hair tonight with pure
soap and water, rub on a goodlv quan
tity of PARISIAN SAGE and the dis
tressing Itchlnes8 will be gone in the
PARISIAN SAGE is a pure refresh
ing and invigorating hair dressing.
Besides putting an end to ocalp Itch,
dandruff and falling hair it nourishes
the hair roots putting a splendid ra
diance into faded and unattractive
It should be used by every member
of th<' family to keep the scalp free
from dandruff germs and prevent
baldness. Largo bottle BO cents at
Laurens Drug Co. and druggists every
Red Iron Racket is now opening up
the greatest line of spring goods ev
er shown under one root In this
city. J. ('. Burns & Co., Laurens, S.
PURE FERTILIZER MATERIAL!
*Each successive year has established the fact that the
successful farmer is one who intelligently studies the
needs of his soil, and the necessary plant food required for
different crops. He prepares his own formula and mixes
the Fertilizer Material accordingly. The results show a
profit to him, both in the cost of his goods, and the in
creased yield per acre.
Wa can furnish your wants in the following high
Hog Tankage, Cattle Tankage, Nitrate of ?Soda,
Muriate of Potash, Sulphate of Potash, Kainit,
Acid Phosphate, Dry Giound Pish, Sulphate
of Ammonia, Cotton Seed Meal.
Py the use of these goods every fanner will be ena
bled to mix his own fertilizer and to know exactly what
he is using on his land. We carry a full line of all Fer
tilizer materials. Write to us for Prices and Formulas.
Molony & Carter Company
254Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
Jno. W. Ferguson C. C. Featherstono
W. B. Knight
FEROUSON, FEATHERSTONE & KNIQHT
Attorneys at I.aw
Laurens, S. C,
Prompt and cureful attention given
to all business.
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
When you feel JJJSSsrS?
vous, tired, worried or despondent it is a
wru sij;n you need MOTT'S NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew tlie normal vij;or and
make life worth living. Bo iura nn<l ask fur
Mott's Nerverine Pills g'SroJJiS.
WIILIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop... Cleveland, Ohio
LAI REN.S IHU'U CO.
Lnurcus. S. ('.
jy^AKINQ Suits to order is no side line with us. It is
an every day business. See our FIVE THOUSAND
Woolens, every one representing a Suit Made to Fit You.
The Man who stands in our Shoes
will stand right socially and publicly.
^*>He will wear good looking, perfect
fitting comfortable Shoes?Shoes of indi
viduality with brains built right into them
by the most skillful Shoe Makers in the
The smart high toes, the medium toes and the new
receding toen with low flat heels all are here. Button
Lace or Bluchers. Leather of dull Calf, Russia Calf,
. ; Kid and the new Tans!
SpecialI .Values! [3.50, 4.00, 5.00 to~$6*00
Oxfords in Button Styles or Lace.
Bright black and Dull finish leathers.
Beautiful new Tans, Then, there are
Suedes, "Rucks" Velvets and Satins in
Black, White, and in many handsome
colorings. Pumps in dainty new models.
Oxfords $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. $3.50
No slipping or gaping about Our Oxfords.
Every Shoe is a gem and our expert fitting
service is at your command.
B? OUR Children's Shoes guide and protect the soft growing bones and mus
cles, so that each toe lies flat and straight. Ideal shoes for children's feet,
constructed for us by experienced hands. There are shoes and Oxfords, Ties
Sandals, Black or White leathers. Low Heels or Spring Heels.
Clardy & Wilson
SHOES, HATS AND FURNISHINGS
One Price to Everybody
Laurens, South Carolina