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FACTS AND FICTION.
.Experiences of LaurenH Citizens Are
Easily Proven to be Facts.
The most superficial investigation
?will prove that the following state
ment from a resident of Laurens is
true. Read it and compare evidence
from Laurens people with testimony
of strangers living so far away you
cannot Investigate the facts* of the
case. Many more citizens of Laurens
endorse Doan's Kidney Pills.
Mrs. R. Templeton, 210 Fleming St.,
Laurens, S. C, says: "We have used
Doan's Kidney Pills and have found
them to be just as represented. We
can recommend this remedy to any
one in need of a tonic for disordered
^^TfWlTr!!?"^^ was hardly able to get
about owing\to the pains in my backj
and my limuP, feet, hands and face
were badly swollen. Some one .advis
ed me to try Doan's Kidney Pills and
1 did so. The swelling' soon left and
my pains and rjches/were removed. I
have had no carfs/Bflor complaint since
1 uBed Doan's Kidney Pills atid I nlve
this remedy the entire credit for cur
For sale by all dealers. Price f>0
cents, Poster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,!
New York, sole agents for the United;
Remember the name?Doan's?and
lake no other.
Piles I Piles! Piles!
Wilhams* Indian P11? Ointment will cure
Wind, Bleeding and Itching Plies. It ab
sorbs the tumors, allays itching at once,
?<??? as a poultice, gives instant relief.
?Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre
pared for Plies and Itching of the private
parts. Druggists, mall 50c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFQ. CO.. Prop*., Cleveland, Ohio
LAUBRNM DKUt* . <>.
Laurens, S. C.
When y>u feel
vous, tired, worried or despondent it is a
sure sign you need MOTT'S NERVRRINr.
PILLS. They ronew the normal vigor and
make life worth living, v.- sure and ask for
M-ott's Nerverine Pills g^JJJjJJ
WIIUAMS MFC. CO.. Prop*., CU?eUnd, Ohio
, LAUREN.") DRUG CO.
Laarens. S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building:
Laurens, S. C. ,
Bridge to Let
On Tuesday July 30th at 11 o'clock
A. M., at the site, the Board of Com
missioners of Laurens County will let1
contract for rebuilding Culbertnon
Bridge on Reedy River. Bids will be
accompanied by certified check of
*V 126.00 as guarantee that bidder will, If i
\awarded contract, execute written con
tract and bond within ten dajre after
^ award. The right is reserved to reject
jfeany or all bids.
W . H. B. HUMRVfiRT.
B i?o-3t ^^^^^ Supervisor.
AYA ITS MILLS
Watts Mill. July 23.?A meeting has
been In progress at the Watts Mill
church, conducted by Rev. Ray An
derson. Bro. Anderson Is an able
preacher and had very good congre
gations. H is hoped that great and
lasting good has been accomplished
by his faithful preaching of the past
Mr. F. L. Donnan, overseer of the I
cloth room at watts Mill, paid a visit
to his brother, Mr. Robt. T. Donnan,
of Duneau Mills, Greenville, Saturday.
Cotton and corn are still growing
rapidly under the favorable conditions
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Epps are visit
ing friends and relatives in Columbia
' Mr. Ballew of Spartanburg has come
to Watts Mill to take second hands
Job In spinning room, Mr. Jno. -Heaton
having resigned to rest up.
Rev. J. M. Trogdon and family visit
ed at the home of H. C. Godfrey Sun
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hellams were
among the visitors at Watts Mill Sun
Mrs. S. M. Collier Is very sick at
One of the heaviest rains of this
season visited this community Satur
day afternoon, it having rained with
out ceasing for the space of an hour
and a half. While It was a washing
rain very slight damnge was done to
crops so far as Is known at the pres
Mr. J. T. Tidwell and Mr. Ballew,
who visited In Spartanburg Saturday
returned Sunday afternoon. . ?
The game of base ball scheduled to
have been played between Wjdfl? Mill
team and Trinity-Ridge was^ostpon
ed on account of heavy rains.
Quite a number were out to Sun
day school Sunday morning.
Mr. Ray Senders was innitlated into
the W. O. W. camp Friday night. The
Woodmen Fraternity Is certainly
growing of late at Watts Mill.
Mr. Jas. Weathers paid a visit to
Greenwood last week.
Well, the campaign meetings are
drawing near and iTlot of people are
almost gone wild ojer politics at this
place. On every corner and under
every tree can be heard people prais
ing up their favorite man. For gov
ernor, the majority seem to stand for
the re-election of Cole L. Bleaste. As
far as other offices go, very little is
being said at present.
The Woman's Baptist Missionary
society met with Mrs. W. T. Hannah
It is trusted a large crowd will be
present at the weekly prayer meeting
of Lucas Ave. church Wednesday
night at eight o'clock. A very import
ant topic is to be commented on by
any one who wishes. There are
many young people and older ones at
Watts Mill who don't attend prayer
meeting. It Is hoped they will be
present Wednesday /light.
Watermelons and cantalopes are
coming in abundance from the farms.
The people are sure delighted to see
them as cotton mill folks do not have
the privilege of raising them like
Mi. L. N, Xesbltt and Mr. Young
Davis of Watts Mill are In Annlston,
Ala., with the Traynham Guards. A
most pleasant time Is wished for them
New lot of ext-a value Rugs just re
ceived, something new, also big ship
ment of matting ru^s and art squares
at very low prices.
S. M. & B. II. Wilkes & Co.
Enrollment Over MIL -Value of Prop*
ertj Otcr a Million and a Quarter?
Ninety-four Teachers and Officers,
Agriculture. Agriculture and Chemis
try. Agriculture and Animal Indus
try. Chemistry. Mechanical and Elec
trical Engineering. Civil Engineering.
Textile Engineering. Architectural
Short t ourses
One year course In Agriculture.
Two year course In Textiles. Four
weeks Winter Courso In Cotton Grad
ing. Four weeks Winter Course for
Cost. Cost per session of nine months
Including all fees, heat, light, water,
board, laundry and the necessary uni
forms $133.50. Tuition $40.00 addition
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANCE EX
The College maintains 167 four year
Agricultural and Textile Scholarships
and 51 one-year Agricultural scholar
ships. Value of scholarships $100 per
session and free tuition.
(Students who have attended Clem
son or any other college or university
are not eligible for the scholarships
unless there are no other eligible ap
Scholarship and Entrance Examina
tions will be held at the Coanty Court
Hoase oa July 12th, I A. I.
Next Session Opens
SEPTEMBER 11, 1919
Write AT ONCE to W. M. Riggs,
President, Clemson College, S. C, for
catalog, soholarshlp blanks, etc. If
you delay, you may be crowded out.
? LANFORD HEWS. ?
La n ford Station, July 21.?Rest
time has come at last, at leaBt. with
a few of the farmers. Others are still 1
fighting General Green. Peaches and
vegetables are plentiful through this
section but the melon crop. Is a fail
Miss Othella Johnson is visiting In
Union this week.
Mrs. L. M. Cannon has returned
from" Spartanburg, where she has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. B.
Misses Evelln and Ixmlse Lay ton of
Woodruff spent last week with Miss
Carrie Lou Hlgglns and other friends
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Moore and lit
tle daughter. Harriet, have returned
to their home In Amerlcus, Ga., after
a 10-day visit with Mr. Moore's par
Miss Florrle Lanford Is visiting In
Woodruff this week.
Quite a number from here attended
the quarterly conference at Bram
lett'8 church Saturday.
Mr. B. W. Johnson and family have
returned to their home at Arcadia,
S. C. after a week's stay with his par
Mrs. Louis Anderson and little
daughter, Mary, are visiting at W. H.
Capt. J. W. Lanford spent several
days last week In Atlanta.
J. W. Johnson spent Sunday here
with his homefolks.
Mrs. W. K. Thomas and Master Joe,
are the guests of E. H. Moore this
Mr. Vance Johnson spent a part of,
his vacation In Knt?xvlllc. Tenn.. re
turning to Lanford Friday, thence to
Mrs. Carrie Holmes has been quite
sick for the past week, but her con
dition Is much improved at this writ
Miss Minnie Lanford was on the
sick list but is up and at her post
Mr. C. L. Waldrop was a business
visitor to Laurens Monday.
Mr. M. G. Parson was in Laurens
Monday on business.
Mr. Black well and children of Lau
rens spent several days last week with
W. B. Harmon and family here. I
Mr. O. L. Lanford Is sick at this
Miss Robin Patterson was in Lau
The protracted cervices will begin
at the M. B. church Sunday and con- "
tlnue i he following week, Rev. Mr.
Myers conducting the services. J
Sulphur Springs, July 22?The
farmers have been kept out of their
farms the greater part of last week
on account of the continued rains, but
if this week continues fair they sure
ly will make good use of their time.
Mrs. Lettie Walker of Cross Hill
has been the guest of her son, Mr.
Wm. Walker for the past week.
Mr. Frank McPherson who has been
on a two weeks' visit to his mother,
Mrs. Willie Martin, has returned to
his work In Social Circle, Ga.
Mrs. J. M. Wlnn and daughter,
Miss Ethel of Laurens were visitors
>f J, W. Saxon and family Sunday.
Messrs. Claud Mahon and Joel Babb
if Rabun were guests in the home of
Mr. J. M. Smith last Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. 10. W. Teague and lit
tle ones spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. G. O. Teague.
Mrs. Laura Burnside and little Da
vid of Cross Hill is with her brother,
Mr. Wm. Walker, this week.
Miss Ella Mae Moore spent last
Thursday with Miss Annie Hawkins
before leaving on an extended visit.to
her brother in Atlanta.
The McPherson bridge over Rabun
creek which was swept away in the
early spring U being rebuilt which
will be a great convenience in this
Mr. Wm. Jones hu"s the contract for
remodelling the colonial home of the
late Col. Robt. Cuningham at Rose
DON'T GROW OLD.
Keep lour Hair Full of Life, Luster
Laurens Drur Co. sells PARISIAN I
SAGE the really good hair grower, |
I dandruff cure and hair beautifler.
Everyone who cares for youthful
i looks should use it.
Nothing will put age on your]
shoulders quicker than scant, faded or|
PARISIAN SAGE not only makes th?|
hair of both women and men more lux
uriant and beautiful but it Is guaran
teed to eradicate dandruff, stop hair
from falling and driving Itchlness frof
It is a dainty and refreshing hair
dressing and Is sold by Laurens Drug
Co. and druggists everywhenyfor only
50 cents a large bot^MtJMftArlrl with
the Aubur-u^m&t&^?Mm K. .carton
Your Dollar Will Do Double Duty
' . AT '
H. TERRY S
On September 2d., we will move into the
store now occupied by Palmetto Drug Company
and to saye expense of moving we have Cut
Prices to the bottom on everything in our stot*e.
Dry Goods, Shoes, Notions and Gent's Furnish
ings in Bargains unequaled.
Don't Delay; Come now and reap a harvest
of unmatchable values at Rock Bottom Prices.
Laurens, S. C.
IF YOU THINK
You can jump into any market and grab
all the business by means of one over
whelming "advertising flash" stop and
ponder John Wanamaker's suggestion."
"Advertising doesn't jerk; it pulls. It be
gins gently at first but the pull is steady.
It Increases day by day and year by year
until Tt exerts an irresistible power."
Yours very truly ?
The Laurens Advertiser.