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Muddon, Muroh 11.?Perhaps H
would bo u very good thing for uh
to remember, now thut the rnln Ihih
coiiik again, Just whon the ground
boil gotten In shape fo pldw, that "be
hind tho cloiii.it the HUH hi Htlll shin
ing" und we'll fi??1 11 1h Ulmllv rays
mi., Juanltn Martin hoa acooptod
a position and for tho next few weeks
will he In Andorson und Qroonvlllo,
Tho liiidhm Mission society held n
very ntorentlng und profitable meet
lag at the church WodnoHduy after
Mrs. Dennis Culbortaon, nccom
ptuiiod by hor friend', mihh Mottle
OonvUnghaiu ipont innt Wodnoeday'
wit'h tho former's roothor In law, MrH.
.Inno Oulbortsott noar Fkom. Tho
friends of MIkh Frunklo OulbortBOn
will bo sorry tO hour thnt hIio Ih not
Mim? Lillian Promt t who Ih touch
ing In Union, spent tho wook-ond
with homo folks.
Mrs Ida Dean and Miss ldu Tumor
wem tiio guests Saturday of tho mihb
Mr. Jno. Maddon und family mi ?
Jossin Thompson und Messrs. John
w*. Wofford, Todd Thompson, it. Jud
lAUKston mid Walter Thompson wore
among those who attended tho oys
ter supper at Mt. Ploneant.
Mr. J. Dennis Gulborteon and fam
ily wore tho guests Sunday of Judge
nud Mrs. Thompson,
Mr. (Mundo Finley and his mother,
Mrs. Virginia Flnloy, rocontly vtBltod
Mr. und Mrs, Loo Madden.
Mrs. Ola Owtngs and daughter,
from near Owtngs station, vitdtad
hor father. Judge Thompson Saturday
Mrw. Jim Roper, who has boon with
hor daughter. Mrs. Thud Mooro for
tho past week returned to hor homo
near Ituhuu Saturday.
Mr. John R, Finloy attended thi
funeral of his friend Mr. A. J, Smith
?t BoavordniU Sunday afternoon. Mr.
Smith had many friends hero who
stttOoroly mourn his death. Our sym
pathy to the boreavod family.
Several cases of Gorman measles
in our neighborhood but no serious
results It 8 OOIUS to 1)0 tho very
same disease that wo had In our
youth and was called "Roseola". It
<;*b gone through tho school and the
sore oyos have made their appear
unco. Poor Uttfle chaps and poor
Sonn of tho ladloB of the mission
society hnvo formed a "mission
Htutly chiHH" and for tho noxt fow
weeks will study tho book "Brnzlllon
Sketches" They will have a doublo
Intoreat in tho book Inasmuch as the
only inlHHlonury from our ehureh, Dr.
A. it. Langston, is Identified with the
work In Brazil) holding tho chair of
Seminary at Itlo. Brazil.
* THE JAMBS FAMILY. ?
The promise made to a good man,
that he should 1iavo hoiih and prop
erty Ih verified with Stobo .lumen. Mis
name Im perpetuated In many Lau
rons oounty families, He moved from
tho lower part of the state, up on
South Kuhuu ('reek, whero ho culti
vated a largo farm, run a merchant
mill and Htore. lie brought In nn
accomplished teacher to build up the
educational Interest of the neighbor
hood. Sonvo way misfortune befell
htm and everything he had was sold
at HherlfT's Bale. My father purchas
ed 15 negroes at this sale. John
Darlington bought the plantation and
inIIIk. Ills son Stobo (larllngton, sup.
OtiUtOnded this farm for several years.
It Is now in the ikihhosbIou of Col.
Col. QeorgO .lames when a school
boy ran away from his school and
onjlstod In the United States army for
the Mexican war. When the war was
over, he continued as a captain In the
regular army. When South Carolina
seceded from the Union ho threw up
his commission and cast his lot with
his native BtatO. He raised the .lames
tpHfplton or tho 3rd S. C. Infantry.
Col .Ihju^s was killed at Boonos Cap
on South Mouptaln, Maryland, whore
UO litany of our l.aureus county young
boys wore hlHcd ill this disastrous
Dr. Hen James married A Martin
and lived R long time at Martin's do
pot. After the war. ho leased tho old
l.aureus railroad and operated It for
years. After moving to Walhalla, he
wont into construction work of build
ing railroads. Tho last I hoard of
him. ho was in Alabama
Wm. D. S.
Chamberlain s Cough Remedy
Cure? CoHt?. Cro?u> and Whooping Cuuuh.
It a bum raws.
Rabun, Mnrch 10.?Last Saturday
ovonluK the woman'b missionary ho.
"doty mot at the beautiful homo of Mrs.
Dr. J. W. Benson's. Quito a number
of tho members wore present, nnd tho
programo waa carried out and enjoy
ed by all present. At tho closo of tho
mooting Mrs. Hcason Invited them in
to tho dining room where refreshments
Mrs. 1.1//.lc Check has been right
The farmers have boon busy plow
ing and hauling their fertilizer homo.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens spent aevoral
days last wook In Groonpond sccton
with Mrs. Conwny Armstrong and
Mrs. D. Holder.
Mrs. Dora Habb aud Miss Estello
Habb of Eden aectlon apent Wednes
day with Mrs. Nancy Owens.
Mr. Dunk Noflbltt of Pork Shoals,
spent Tuesday night with hia sister
Mrs Idz/.lo Cheek.
Messers. I^aurens and Claudo Mabon
woro visiting relatives In Woodruff,
first of last wook.
Mr. Solomon Mahaffey of Eden sec
tion spent last Wednesday with Mr. T.
Mr. Prank Modlock and daughter,
Miss Cora, wero visiting In Laurens
Saturday nnd Sunday.
Mrs. Delia Roper has been visiting
hor daughter, Mrs. Thad Moore of
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Reason were vis
iting relatives in Woodruff several
days last week.
Mrs. Kato Owens of Eden section
and Mrs. Nancy Owens spent Thurs
day with Mrs. T. P. lkibb.
Mss Cora Armstrong spent the latter
part of the week with relatives In
Mrs. .lane Holt of Hickory Tavern
?eotlOIl Spent last week with Mrs.
Miss Edna Owens spent Saturday
night with Miss Jenovce Babh of Eden
Mr. Claude Wesson and family of
Friendship section*spent Sunday with
Mrs. Rebecca Owens.
Miss Allelno Baldwin spent tho lat
ter pari of the week with her grand,
mother. Mrs. .lane Holt, of Hickory
Dr. nnd Mrs. Varvin Habb of llonea
Path passed through here Sunday.
Warrior Creek March 10.?Every
thing Is moving along nicely . In our
community. The farmers are taking
ndvantago of tho excellent weather
we nave neon having anu are plowing
tho soil from noon 'till lato.
Tho members of the B. Y. P. U.
society will have an oyster suppor at
tho homo of Mrs. Cora Roberson,
March 14th beginning at seven o'clock
They will also serve cako and cream.
Tho public is cordially invited to at
tend. The benefits aro to go for car
potlng the church.
Our church has been painted In.
side recently and work on pews will
Misses Carrlo Lou lllggins nnd Mary
Lou Hurlen. of Lanford, spent Sun
day with Miss Carrie Fowler.
Miss Ruth Martin who has been
attending the Spartan Academy, came
homo last week to remain with her
Mrs. W. M. Powlor had as her guest
her Cousin, Mrs. Thomas of Woodruff
a fow days last week.
Miss Margaret Stevens, of Gray
Court, was the charming guest of Miss
Erilla Brownlcc recently.
Mrs. Willie Braralett and lttlo
daughter, Louise, have returned from
an extended vlslto to relatives in An
Messrs. K. Buscom Brownlee and
Pcalons Knight spent the week-end
with Mr. Joe Brownlee near Dials.
Miss Habird, teacher of the Barks
dale school, visited Mrs. Barl C. Ow
ens and Miss Mary Poole Saturday
Mrs. O. F. Povier of I^mford, at
tended churoh here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Burns and fam
ly spent Sunday with their brother,
Mr. S. C. Brownlee.
Tyleravllle March, 10.?Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Byrd were in Clinton
Friday night to hear the Chicore
Miss Ennna Donnan spent Saturday
night with Miss Lucy Donnan.
Miss Mattle Belle Peterson visited
rolat 'es In Spartanburg last week.
Mr. J. W. Donnan was a business
visitor in Laurens Friday.
Mr. J. S. Craig was in Clinton Sat
Mr. William Peterson spent a few
da;. .n Spartanburg last weok.
Miss Lula Donnan, of Whitmlre,
spent the week end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Donnan.
Miss Grace Poole and Mr. W. C.
Winters went to Clinton Friday night
to hear the Chlcora Glee Club.
.Mr. Niles Clark, of Clinton, spent
Sunday with Mrs. Mattie Clark and
Miss Grace Poole spent Thursday In
SAFER THAN CALOMEL
Hudson's Liver Tone at Night Will
Straighten You out by Morning.
Calomel Muy Knock You Out of a
If you are a calomel user, next time
you are tempted to buy it ask your
druggist if ho can absolutely guar
antee the drug not to harm you. He
won't do it because ne CAN'T do it.
Rut here is a perfect substitute for
calomel which the druggist does guar
antee?the famous Dodson's Liver
Tone. The Laurens Drug Co. will re
fund your money without question if
you are not thoroughly satisfied.
Go to tho Laurens Drug Co. whom
you are acquainted with?and find
out about the great number of people
who are taking this remarkable rem
edy and feeling better, keener, health
ier, and better able to enjoy life than
they ever were when taking calomel.
Why? Because calomel is a poison
?one that may stay in the system,
and while seeming, to benefit you tem
porally, may do hkruyin the end. If
you haven't felt Uioee ill-effects so
far, it is because!/ou are fortunate
enough to. have a strong constitution.
Don't take the risk any longer. Get
a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone (50c)
and note how easily and. naturally It
corrects all bilious condition; how it
clears away that sick headache and
coated tongue, how it sets you right
without ache or gripe. The most won
derful thing In tho world for consti
All this without the slightest inter,
ference with your regular habits.
CAMP GARLINGTON MEETING.
Will Elect Officers and also Delegates
to Confederate Reunions.
A meeting of Camp Garlington is
called to be held in the office of Judge
of Probate, on Saturday, March 15th
at eleven o'clock A, M. to elect of
ficers and also delegates to the State
Reunion to be held at Alken, S. C*?
and the General Confederate Reunion
to be held at Ohatanooga, Tenn. All
members are expected to come pre
pared to pay their dues.
W. P. Coker,
State of Smith Carolina,
County of Laurens.
By virtue of an execution to me di
rected by C. A. Power, clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas for Laurens
County u tho ease of George M. Seattle
plaintiff, vs. B. E. Knight, and others,
defendants, I will sell at public out
cry to the highest bidder, at Laurens
C. H., S. C. on Salesday in April next,
being Monday the 7th day of the
month, during the legal hours for such
sales, the following descrlber1 prop
erty to wit:
All that tract, piece or p el of
land situate In Laurens Co .ty in
said State, containing one hundred
and five acres, more or less bound
ed by lands of Chastlne Killings worth,
James Redden and John Balentlne,
John Puckett and J. H. Balentlne, by
Will Mansel and L. A. Brock, levied on
as the property of B. E. Knight at suit
of J. A..J6. E. and W. L. Balentlne
Individually and as executors of A.
Terms of Sale: cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers. If the terras of sale
are not complied with, the land to be
resold on same or some subsequent
Salesday on same terms, at risk ot
JOHN D. OWINGS,
Sheriff Laurens County.
Dated, this March 1 1, 1913 33-4t
BEAUTY'S BEST FRIENDS
are to be found n oilr toilet goods de
partment. Here will the woman who
cares find the best of talcum pow
ders, cold creams, tooth pastes and
powders, toilet waters and perfumes.
To use them Is proof of refinement
and demonstration of good judgment"
Dodson-Edwards Drug Co
Agents for Norris' Candies
Spring Millinery Opening
Wednesday, Mar. 19th, 1913
We invite you to come and make a thorough inspection of everything we have to show in Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Headwear. We have special attractions in Gage, Fisk and other
Fine Hats at prices that will appeal to people of good taste and judgment.
We want you to come and see what we are showing.
Values of the Season!
THE BEST VALUE OK THE SEASON
2.? pieces of double fold white Klaxon, worth everywhere
26o special cash price.15c
89 pieces of 40-inoh Kreuch LftWn, worth everywhere 15c to
ftOc, spooial cash price.10c
A CORSET KOK K.VK.KY FIGURE
Bonton or Roysl Worcester Ooraets.
Have you over tried one! If you hSvenH We want you
to come and MS} what wo have. C*tl tit any figure, Price
from.$100 to $3.00
GREAT VALVES IN SPRING MATERIALS OF ALL
We will have Oil display tho boat values and stylos to
be found. We want you to come and lot us sbow you what
Ladies' Neckwear in the latest styles, beautiful design* at
.'.25c to $2.00
Ladies* Gloves of all kinds. Silk Gloves in extra good quality
ltvhntton long Silk Gloves at.$1.00
Spring Coat Suits!
LADIES' SPRING COAT SUITS AND ONE PIECE
Do you want to see tho best values in Laurons? W e think
we have them. We want to pet your judgment so we Invite
yoti to come and lot us show you what wo hnve in Suits
?1 .$15.00. $20.00. $22.50 and $25.00
Ladies' one piece Dresses in the newest materials and stylos.
We want you to see the best values in Laurens for $10.00
$12.50. $15.00 and.$20.00
You can find what you want and we can save you money if you will call and take a look at what
we have to show.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA