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We are going to sell you on
the 18th day of April, 1913, a 50c.
box of our
Marvelous F^ce Powders
in White, Flesh and Pink for
Guaranteed to give you entire
This is merely an intro
duction offer and will
last for that day only
Opposite New Post Office
We are offering very unusual values
In Rooking Chairs. Bo sure, to call
and see our line.
S. M. & E. H. Wllkcs & Co.
Wo are making a special showing
Oil lings, suitable for summer use.
Prices from 25c up.
S. M. ?fc E. H. Wilkes & Co.
* Roman's Missionary Meeting. *
I want to say to the ladles who did I
not attend the quarterly meeting of
Division No. 1, at Harmony, March
27, missed a good meeting. Our pres
ident, Miss Rebecca Baggott, presided.
Mrs. Etta Dorroh conducted the de.
voMonal exercises. Her remarks on
Christ's final command and promise
were lovely, The bible read was, the
account of this given In Mark 16:14-20,
Matt. 28:16-20. One couldn't but feel
welcome after Mrs. J. B. Cook's
beautiful address. The talks and pa
pers were all very inspiring. Miss Ada
Hughes' paper on the Scripture teach
ings, of how God works in home mis
sions was splendid. Some lovely
thoughts were presented. Miss Rebecca
Baggott gnve a flue paper on "Is It
not as important to have devotional
meetings as business meetings?" Mrs.
J. A. Curry who reads so beautifully
read a lovely tract "A Mountain Girl's
Sacrifice." Just here came the social
hour. The dinner was the most boun
tiful and well prepared I ever saw,
and we all complimented very highly.
At 1:30 the union was called to
order after a few minutes prayer and
praise service. Mrs. Bobo talked on
state missions and tithing. It was
very instructive and Interesting. Mrs.
Bennett then talked on R. A. work
and the importance of ge'otlng mothers
interested in missions. It is not neces
sary to comment on this. Those who
have heard Mrs. Bennett talk know it
was good and those who haven't
heard her can't know what they miss,
ed until they hear her. All this with
i earnest prayers and sweet songs made
an enjoyable day long to he remem
The committee on time and place
reported that we would hold our next
quarterly at Reulah Baptist chu oh,
June 26, 1913. The officers feel grate
ful for the good attendance, the in.
I terest manifested, and the royal en
W. E. Y.
Use DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC
FLUID In the house and in the stable.
It is as good for animal tlosh as it is
for the human hody. It heals sores,
cuts, ragged wounds, colic, dysentery,
galls, chafci, jrcratchos, distemper,
hots and woLifs. There Is hardly any
limit to its usefulness about the home.
Price f>0 otB per hottlo. Sold by Lau
rens Drug Co.
ItEWS FBOK J0H1&.
Jones, April 14.?We recently met
the following friends: Messrs. Casper
Smith. Waterloo, Dr. Mao Glymph of
Anderson, and Sheriff Owings of I.nu
Mr. and Mrs. Wllmot Smith and son,
Douglas, of Ware Shoals, spent yester
day with Mr. and MrB. O. L. Oraham.
Rev. Buzhardt of Hodges, preached
for us Sunday afternoon.
Born Gth lnst, to Mr and Mrs. Lang
don Boland, a son.
Hon. R. A. Cooper of l^aurens de
livered an eloquent address at the re
cent laying of the corner stone of the
new building at Ware Shoals. Dur
ing his address he kindly referred to
his school days at the Jones high
school and spoke of the great cduca.
tlonal moral and material progress of
this community prior to the develop
ment of Ware Shoals.
Messrs. Reese and Pollard attended
a meeting of the Red Men at Green
wood Saturday night.
Mr. Jerry C. Martin sold 00 dozen of
eggs at Ware Shoals last Friday.
Mrs. T. J. Beacham has lf>0 young
Miss Maggie Irwin of Daurens, is
visiting her grandparents, Hon. and
Mrs. J. F. Morrison.
The Jones picnic will be on Th?rs,
day. May 15. Hon. Mendel L. Smith,
of Camden, speaker of the House of
Representatives and Senator K. D.
Smith will deliver addresses.
There will also he exercises by the
pupils, base ball In the afternoon,
brass band, etc., and everybody Is cor
dially Invited to come and spend the
day with us.
Cu-d of Thuns*.
During the long Illness of our wife1
and mother, and on the sad occasion
of her recent death and burial, we
received numberless evidences of sym
pathy and love. We desire to express
to our many friends our sincere thanks
for their loving kindness and tender
ysmpathics; and to assure them that
these considerate attentions whieh
have so enriched our lives will not he
forgotten. May our Heavenly Father
abundantly bless each one of them.
John A. W. B?rdet) and family.
Bden. April 14.?Mrs. M. V. Holder
is very sick at this writing.
Mr. Z. N. Quay and wife spent Sun.
day with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Curry.
Miss Sue Gray spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Nash of
Mrs. Fmina Ho per and little son,
Robert were the guests of Mr. T. F.
Dabb and family Thursday night.
Mrs. C. A. Habb and daughter, Jen
ovee, spent Friday night and Saturday
with Mr. Frskine Habb and wlfo of
Charlie Hrooks spent the latter part
of the week with his mother, Mrs. L.
Mr. C. A. Habb and wife of Fountain
Inn spent Sunday with Mr. J. L. Ma
haffey and wife.
A UNIQUE RECORD.
Very Few Like it in our Hroad lie
Home testimony for Doan's Kidney
Hills, published in every locality, Is of
itself convincing evidence of merit.
Confirmed testimony forms still
stronger evidence. Years ago, a citi
zen of Laurens gratefully acknowledg.
ed the benefit derived from Do.in's Kid.
ney Hills. The statement is now con
firmed?the proof more convincing
Cases of this kind are plentiful In I
the work of Doan's Kidney Pills -the
record is unique,
W. H. Franks, CiO.VpncKt nut St., Lau
rens, S. ('., siiys^^I am pleased to
verify the testimonial 1 gave In 1903
recommending Doan's Kidney Hills. I
got this remedy at the Palmetto Drug
Co., and it completely and permanent
ly cured me of kidney trouble"
If your hack aches?If your kidneys
bother you, don't simply ask for a
kidney remedy?ask distinctly for
Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr.
Franks had?the remedy backed by
home testimony, fiOc sill stores. Fos.
ter.'Mlrburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N V.
Made Disbursing Ollicer.
Col. Oscar \V. Habb, Assistant Ad
jutant General, has just had his bond
of $10,000 approved by Brig. Gen. L.
A. Mills. U. Si A., to guarantee faith,
ful distribution of funds to the state
militia for the IJ. S. Government. Col.
Bo)bh was made disbursing ofticei for
this state several weeks ago and the
acceptance of his bond is the final
step taken before assuming I lie duties.
The friends of Col. Babb will be glad
to know thai this is not only an hon
orary tiib- bill that Ihe appointment
Carries a substantial remuneration
Fains Ik the StoTtoioh
IT you continually ooi?plal? c? paUaa
tn the stomach, your liver or your ktd
n V8 are out of order. Neglect may
lead to dropsy, kidney trouble, diabetes
or Bright's disease. Thousands recom
mend Electric Bitters as the very bent
stomach and kidney medicine made.
H. T. Alston, of Raleigh, N. O.. who
suffered with pain in the stomach and
hack, writes: 'My ikidnoy? were de
ranged and my Ihrer Jnd not work
right. 1 suffered im?eTi, but Electric
Hitters was recoinaTended and I im
proved from the first dose. 1 now
feel like a now man." It will improve
you, too. Only GO cents and $1.00.
Recommouded by l,aureus Drug Co.
and Palmetto Drug Co.
"My little son had a \v?*y severe
cold. I was recommended to try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and be
fore n small bottle wan * finished he
was finished he was aa woll as ever,"
writes Mrs. H. Silks, 29 Dowling St..
Sydney, Austral hi. This romedy Is
for sale by all dealers.
? Princeton Leeals. *
Princeton. April 14.-~Rcv. Mr. Gur
rett of Greenville, bus returned to his
home after a visit to Rev. R. P. Mor
Messers, llramhlett Wood and Ar
thur Hrltt made a Hying trip to Pel*
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Davis were call,
ed to Traveler's Rest Sunday to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. J. M. Davis,
whose death occurred Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. Q. C. Gumboil, of Honen
Path, were Bnday visitors here.
Miss Annie McCuen eutertained the
young people at the home of her
brother Mr. deter McCuen, on Satur
day nigh! at a pound party. Those
enjoying Miss MoCuen'.s hospitality
were: Misses Annie I<ee, Kiddle and
Bollyne Arnold, Sara and Susan Hrltt,
Sara Cheek, Mittle and Mue Kay,
Pearl McCuen, Kstelle Taylor and
and Messers Arthur Hrltt, Hramblett
Wood. .Urn Stone. J. M. Huff. Elbcrt
Freeman, Charles McCuen, and Evan
Mr. and Mrs deter McCtlOU spent
Sunday with Mr. Louis 1 iy near
Messers. A. .1. Monroe and ,1. H.
Prilt made a business trip to Gron
Misses Mae and Mit tie Kay of
llonea Path spent last week end with
their sister, Mrs. Jeter McCuen.
RECIPE FOR GOOD BREAD
KITE, self-rising Flour, a little milk or water,?water pre=
No Baking Powders, Soda or Salt.
Use the above formula ard you will have no more bad buscuit--the Cook can't spoil the dough.
Nothing but the purest ingredients are used in KITE FLOUR.
- = FOR SALE E\ LEADING MERCHANTS: ~?~
Owings & Owings,
Dixie Flour and Grain Company
Wholesale Distributers for Laurens County
C. B. Adams,
[/ J. H. Sullivan,
Todd & Simpson,
Bennett & Owings,
Laurens Mills Store,
J. A. Franks,
Watts Mills Store,
Mahaffey & Babb,
J. C. Shell & Company,