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Z FOR TWO WEEKS AT :
Palmetto Drug Company
Receiver will Convert Large Stock of Drugs. Leather Goods and Toilet Articles into
Cash in the Next Two Weeks.
Cut Glass, Novelties, Etc.
An excellent assortment of Cut
Glass at actual Cost.
Fine display of Leather Pocket
books, Hand-bags, and other
Leather Novelties below cost.
Colognes of quality at very low
Talcum Powder 25c box 15c
Talcum Powder 15c box 7c
Face Cream 50cts size 35c
50c Box Paper for 38c
25c Box Paper for 15c
10c Tablets for - - 7c
5c Tablets for - - 4c
All Patent Medicines have been
$1.00 Bottles for 7Sets
.50 Bottles for 38cts
.25 Bottles for 20cts
Everything Will Be Sold for Cash Only
PALMETTO DRUG COMPANY
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
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3 CROSS HILL NEWS ?
Cross Hill, March 10.?The people
of South Carolina had jtist as well
study the question of compulsory ed
ucation so as to have an Intelligent
opinion on the subject. It will cer
tainly bo a live question from now
on till it is settled and settled right.
Prof. Cllnkscales' announcement con
cerning the question is interesting,
and the discussion of the subject by
Hon. John L. MoLaurin a id the Edi
tor of The State In The State of Feb.
27, and March 1st, was worth the
caroful study of all our people. Mr.
McLnurin's reference to the "Barons
of Runnymedc" and to other points in
history of this and other countries
put some of us to studying sure
enough. While we agree with the
editor so far, we certainly enjoy the
discussion by men who can express
their opinion without descending to
the level of the demagogue.
Quite a number of persons from
?here attended the funeral of Mr. .1.
A. Whlteford at Bethabara last Fri
Mrs. Johnson, nee Miss Rhldjona
Owens, of North, S. C, visited her peo
ple here the past week.
The entertainment and box party at
the school building last Thursday ev
ening was enjoyed by a good crowd.
The exercises by the children were
good and the "old lady" who sold the
boxes managed to make the bidding
lively and the receipts were satisfac
tory'- Somie one thought the "old
lady" looked as If she could cook as
well as sei' good things to eat.
Misses Verna and Mnry Calhoun of
Greenwood county were Cross Hill
visitors last Friday and Saturday.
Dr. T. .1. Peak has decided to move
to Clinton. He is having his goods
put In a car today. Many people re
gret to see the doctor leave. He will
bo missed In town and country.
Mr. and Mrs. SoymorO Gregory and
little son, of Alabama Is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Wade Gregory, his mother,
sister-in-law and son, Ernest IMnson
from New Brooklyn arc also here.
Mr. W. 11. h. Wade has returned
from Atlanta where ho purchased two
lino horses, making the trip on horse
Miss Jennie B. Wade who is teach
ing school near Greenwood, spent the
week-end with her parents here.
Dials, March 10.?The Sunday
school at this place is steadli^ grow
ing. The button system has been n
troduced and with a Woaeley adult
class for young men a long felt want
has been supplied. The school is in
debted to that faithful official, Mr. W.
C. Curry, for much of its success.
Miss Lucy Childross returned to
hor home In Laurons Sunday, after a
short visit with her sister.
Miss IOmma Harris, has returned
from a pleasant visit witli relatives
Mosers Bascom Brownlee, and
Zealous Knight of Warrior were the
week end guest of Mr. Joe Brownlee.
Miss Ruth Curry, had as her guest
Miss Nell McCall Sunday.
Messers B rod us and Karl Gray,
were business visitors In Greenville
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owlngs and
children, of Fountain Inn. and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Harris were the guesl of
Mr. H. Y. Simmons and family Sun
.Miss Nita Hunter of Chicor and
two of her school mates spent few
days with her parents last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bolt, and chil
dren of Hendersonvllle, spent Sunday
with Mrs. .T. R. Brownlee and family.
Miss Nash of Fountain Inn, was the
week end guest of her sister Mis.
Mr. C. F. Brooks returned to Laur
1 ens Sunday after spending the night
with his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. John Holder returned
home Sunday after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Burdotte of Enoreo.
Here is a sure way to set rid of
Catarrh; hawking, snuffling, and all
misery caused by the Catarrh serins.
Get a HYOMKI outfit/today, follow
the Instructions anfl biVnthe live times
a day deep Into your /ungS the germ
killing air through Up' little Inhaler.
At night just before going to lied
use the Vftpor treatment as directed.
This treatment is prescribed by the
best Catarrh Specialists in America
and Europe to destroy Catarrh genus.
Booth's HYOMKI is Australian
Eucalyptus and Other splendid anti
septics A complete outfit which in
cludes inhaler Is -1.00; separate bot
tles, If the first does not entirely cure,
can be obtalnod for 50 cents, and
money back from Laurens Drug Co.,
If you are dissatisfied. Just breathe
it?no stomach dc sing.
UNCLE HILLY" IIILf
Many Confederate soldiers and Con
federate women have died within the
last twelve months. Among the latest
is Comrade William lt. Hill, "Uncle
Billy". A survivor (I believe the last
Latirons survivor) of the famous Mc
Beth Artillery, a company that was
raised in Union county and led to Vir
ginia by Capt. Boyce.
There was a number of Laurens
men in this company, amongst them:
A. B. Boyd, Robt B. King David Ilel
lams, Andrew Kichelherger and per
haps others. Uncle IBlly Hill was a
bravo soldier, a true and loyal citi
zen, a man upon whom you might
rely in peace and in war. Ho was one
i of four brothers who served in the
great war between the sections, one
of them, Nicholas, was killed at Get
Comrade Hill died at his home In
the Kork section of Waterloo town
ship on the 6th day of March at the
ago of 77 years, leaving surviving, a
devoted wife and several chllren and
loved and respected by all his neigh
bors. His body was laid to rest at
Bethlehem on the 8th with suitable
ceremonies. Ono by one the few sur
vivors of the grand army ot the Con
fer" racy are falling out of the ranks.
'A lessening line each lessening year.
Each lessening year more dear."
?KIVEK ME WILDV
ZEMO Stops Itching Instanfh
fill) It 2oC Bottle Today and Prove It.
Ilching vanishes instantly by using
ZBMO. This is absolutely guaranteed.
/.KMO will he a surprise to you,
just as it has been a surprise to thous
ands who have already tr'uM it. Yotir
first application of ZMMO will bring
Instant relief or your money is re
eczema, sores, prickly h.e.it, pimples
BCalp itching. r:\\.\/. letter, blackheads,
skin irritation or Inflammation stops.
Dandruff is nothing hut BCalp CC
zomai watch ZKMO cure it and stop
scalp itching, it gives blessed rollof
to baby's skin troubles.
Don'l miss it for 2?C. 55ISMO is a
clean, antiseptic solution, applied on
the skin. No ointment or paste.
"nut three applications of your
highly-Valued medicine had the de
sired effect for eczema and an awful
Itching." Sol. Landau, C-0 Sol Landau
Cloak and Stilt Co., St. Ixniis, Mo.
ZBMO is sold In 2f.c sealed bottles
and guaranteed in Laurens by I>au.
rens Drug Co.
stale ot' South Carolina,
Count) of Lnurens.
? Pursuant to a decree of the Courl
: of Common Pleas in the case of L. K,
? Henry vs. Dorn Stoddard ct at. I will
sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder, at Laurens C. IL, S. C. oil
Salesday n April next, being Monday '
i the Ttli day of the month, (lining tho
legal hours for such sales, tho follow
ing; described property to wit:
All that tract of land situate in
I Laurcns County in said State contain
ing twenty-eight and) voight-tonlhs
(28 8-10) acres more oDVfOHB, bounded
by lands of Max Saxonf .T. r. Cook and
u. L. Henry and on tho I2as< and West!
by the waters of Durbih Crock.
Terms of Sale: cash, Purchaser to
pay for papers. If llic torins of snlo
uro MOl compiled with, |.ho land to ho
resold on same or some BubHCOuun
Snlesday on same tcrniK, at risk <>f
foi inor im r< hascr,
0. A. POWI3H,
c. c. c. P & (], S? liaurens, S. ('.
Dated,' this March Id, 1913
IS YOUR CREDIT GOOD?
THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE
Merchants' Credit Company
Are Arranging for the Publication of a
For This District As a Basis of Credit
?Y THIS SYSTEM each individual is
placed on record, showing how many
places they secure credit and with what
degree of promptness they pay their bills.
The book will show, not the financial stand
ing, but the CREDIT STANDING, of
everybody, man or woman, who trades on
time, and as it is not a financial rating the
poor man who pays his bills promptly will
secure a higher rating than the man of
means who does not.
NOW IS THE TIME TO PAY THE
OLD ACCOUNT AND SECURE A
GOOD CREDIT RATING