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No matt?r what
stylo of archi
tecture you con
find here, the
? 4^>^g^sT material needed.
" v " ;? j Our stock of
sash, doors, blinds,
screens, newel posts,
columns, grilles, interior
nish, is large, the designs varied. We have facili
ties for producing anything your plans ral! fc/7.
We specialize on complete house bifli?, Get
our estimates before you buy. \ s
Quality, quantity and prompt Is?fvic^ are at
your command. Write, phone or cwfl.
"Buy of the Maker"
AUGUSTA LUMBER CO,
THE FLY QUESTION
Don't be like the tender
hearted old lady who used to
set a big fly-trap in the dining-room every morning,
and then in the afternoon take it carefully down to
the end of the garden and let the flies all out.
Here's all sorts of fly paper, sticky and poison
ous?there are plenty of flies in your hom?f to light
on it, too.
There are a great many things here that you
need to make life more tolerable during the heated
POWE DRUG COMPANY
Next to King Hotel Laufens, South Carolina
I SPECIAL VALUES
Eentered Here Among the Hosiery
I Qfliac' ^ m ?lack anc^ white at 50c.
Liallico silk Lisle in same colors at 25c.
Burson seamless, regular and cut sizes at 25c.
M* C001 Black and White Lisle in all sizes at 25c.
rimeS White and Black Fine Ribbed in extra
length at 15c.
We also carry a special number at 10c. a pair.
Solid Colors in Blue, Pink and white at 10c.
All sizes fancy colored tops, special 15c.
I ailiac'^*1^0 Lawn. Embroidered Waists,
Lidtllva starting at 50c up through the highest
A complete line in Whj(e and Colored
at moderate prices, with special values
in trimming laces. Heavy all linen Skirt
ing Crash at 25c.
The atest in Ladies' Neckwear.
SPECIAL Value in Handkerchiefs just opened at
I w. G. WILSON & co..
! Gasoline and Kerosene
Sold in air-tight Iron Drums.
Convenient to handle. Deliver ki
small quantities in city. V
R. M. Eichelberger
Agent Gulf Refining
K. W. Hughes Defeated In Race In
Charleston, April 16.?With only
one Dorchester poll to he reported and
two of Berkeley county, the voto as
complied here today for the Demo
cratic nomination for congress show
ed R. S. Whaley to have got the nom
ination on a vote of 6,2-19 to 6,686 for
10. W. Hughes. The vote In Charles
ton county complete is 3.100 to 3,063
for Whaley, a majority of 13, but in
the city of Charleston Hughes had a
majority of 107 votes.
Both candidates gave out state
ments today. Mr. Hughes thanked
his supporters and admitted his de
feat. He said that he had brought
no bitterness into the contest and
would carry none out with it. Air.
Whaley also thanks his friends and
promises to give an efficient and fith
tui service to the district.
In the police court today a number
of the men arrested yesterday were
lined for lighting, drunkenness, etc.,
ami Bevern! were sent up to Magls
Williams for illegal voting. As usual
the charges were not sustained,
through the failure of witnesses to
appoar, and the oases were dismissed.
The election was marked by the ex
j pcndllurc of a large amount of money,
j There have been few. if any. elections,
\ barring tho municipal primary elec
tion of two /oars ngo, when there was
. such a flow of money, used in buying
land controlling votes, Tho workers
j showed the rolls publicly, making no
I secret of tho purpose to which it was
j being put.
PINE BLUFF NEWS. *
Pine Uiuff, April 21. -Mossrs .1. I).;
and M, (i. Una/man spent Sunday .
with Mr. Irvin McDaniol's family'
i near ICkoin.
I Miss Shumnn look her school (Pino
Bluff) to the grcnl county school fail1.'
The children enjoyed the day very:
much indeed. Some wore very dis
appointed though, in getting there'
too late to enter the morning contests,
nevertheless the fair was a grcnl
event in their lives and will long, if
not always ho remembered by them.
N'ot only to the children, was the fair
a noted day but to tho entire conn-;
ty. Mr. Pitts and Miss Cray are to |
j bo congratulated in getting up this
wonderful fair, or by doing so much
i for t he out ire county.
Misses Mary and Kloise Brown,
Ivlille and Nollco Tumor and Miss
! W. C. Hill and Messrs .). D. and M.
(}. Bonzmnn, J. F. Qrlflln and .1. 11.
Campbell attended the big fair in
!.;uireiis lasl Friday. Tho Misses
Brown and Turner and Miss Shumnn
I and Mr. .1. I>. Bonzmnn remained for
t (he oratorical contest thai night which
was the l est feature of rhe entire fair
to thom :>s Cross Hill won the medal.
Hurrah for Cross Hill! She has won
twice out of Ih.o four times the coun
ty high school contest has been hold.
The farmers arc getting on nicely
j with their planting. Some are very
i near through planting cotton.
We wan I to urge the people of the
community to come to Sunday school.
1 Parents come and bring your children,
and young men and ladies bring your
friends. Lot's make our school a live
Little Mazel Campbell, tho pel of
the community, has been real sick.
We are glad she is much belter.
Mrs. Lillian Hill and children, M.
C. and Elizabeth visited Mr. and Mrs.
Dick ,ln;ins Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Ruth Whitoford has been sick
with gcrmnn measles. The men slot?
are very common?nearly everywhere
you go someone has them or h.'.s had
themtl. Here's hoping they will cni
with Rutil in our vicinity.
Mr. <;. 13. Bonzmnn has contracted
to cover llathabara Chtirah. He I*
a splendid oarpo 'or and we feel sure
will do a good job. Tho church Is
badly in need of other rcpalns.
ILL nil: time
DonM Lei Periodical Spells of Lnzj
Liver Ruin Your romper and Spoil
if your liver doesn't behave right
'all the time If it sometimes stops
j working and you become bilious and
??headachy"-don't lake calomel, but
i iiy Dodson's Tone.
You are >,Mf ia taking Dod
Liver Tone, it's a harmless, pleas
ant vogctnble remedy that starts the
liver without stirring up your whob
? system as oalotHep often does. It i .
? specially good Ip/children who need
a liver tonic onenfin a while, buf who
ih on Id not bo doM-d with strong drugs.
Dodson1 Live " Tone is sold by The
Laurens Drug Co. This store guar
antees it with a clean open and shul
guarantee?your money back with a
smile If it fails to satisfy you. Price,
60 cents a bottle, and your money is
as safe as if you had it in your pocket
If you need the medicine you need it
badly?If it doesn't satisfy you?your
money back. Buy a bottle from The
Laurens Drug Co? Today under this
PRIZES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
Logan Waller Page Offers Prize for I
Essay on Earth Road Construction.
Washington, D. C, April 18.?A gold
medal to the school boy or girl be
tween the ages of 10 to ir> who writes
the best composition, not to exceed
S00 words, on the repair and main
tenance of earth roads, is to be
awarded by Logan Waller Page, Direc
tor. OIllCO of Public Heads, United
States Department of Agriculture.
Washington, D. C. AH compositions
must bo submitted to Mr. Page before
May 1.".. 19T3, and tho medal will be
awarded as soon thereafter as the
compositions can be graded. The
composition may be based on knowl
edge gained from books or other
BOUt'COS, but no quotations should he
After many years' experience In
dealing with public road situation of
the country. it is Mr. Page's belief
j that ignorance on the BUbjecl of re
pair and maintenance of roads is as
much the cause of their bad condi
tion as any other one factor. It Is
expected that the competition will
bring about a better understanding of
tho subject of repair and maintenance
in the rural districts.
Many children living in the rural
districts have experienced the disad
vantages of roads mndo Impassable
through :> lack of proper maintenance
and it is expected that their interest
in the Bad roads have prevented many
children from obtaining a proper edu
cation and have even prevented doc
tors from reaching the side of rural
patients in time to save their lives. H
Any chibl between the ngCS mention
ed, attending a country school, may
compete. Only one side of the paper
must be written on: each pngc should
le numbered; the name. nge, and ad
dress of the writer, and the mime and
location of tlie school which he or she
is attending must he plainly written
at the top of the lirst page. The an
nouncements of the compel it ion has
been sent to the superintendents of
sei oo's in the rural districts. No
further Information can be obtained
from the Ofllco of Public Roads. This
announcement should he plain to ev
eryone, and all children will thus start
on a basis of equality.
Coughs and Consumption.
Coughs and colds, when neglected,
always lead to serious trouble of the
lungs. The wisest thing to do when
you have a cold that troubles you Is
to net a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery. You will get relief from the
first dose, and finally tho cough will
disappear. O. II. Drown, of Muscadine)'
Ala., writes: "My wife was down in
bed with an obstinate cough, and
colds. Price 50(i and $1.00. Recom
mended by I.aureus Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
l * *
(ill VYS SCHOOL.
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Gray school. April 21. -The farm
ers are making up as the weather has
cleared off ami they are getting busy
Tie boys of the Crays school have
reorganized their ball team. The boys
say they will play anybody around
that will piny a clean game with
Wo hope the Ladies Improvement
: association hash'l disbanded as we
can see the good fruits of their works.
'Our president and vice president, Miss
Hannah Btibb and Miss Salllo Garen
: went to Laurens and purchased an
(organ and had it in our building for
The secretary of the association is
.Miss Emmie Ba'bb. We expect them
; to ke. p pushing ahead as they have
Mrs. Rogers and son visited Mr,
and Mrs. Ii. I!. Oossctt yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wail, of Woodruff,
Visited Mr. W. M. Bnbh and family.,
also Mr. W. 0. Cob man and wife and
Miss Palliar;1. COX.
Miss Jennie Coloman visited Miss
l?mmlc and Hannah Babb Sunday.
Mrs. Ivory and daughter visited her
son. Mr. Will Ivory.
I Miss Annie May and Miss Beatrice
i.Fowl.tr visited Miss Pearl Bailey Of
Tii" yoting people of this place arc
contemplating a fishing party Wed
nesday or Thursday of this week.
Mis- KntC Oossett and Miss Hell
Davis have planned to make their ap
penrnnco at (Votings school Friday
Olli} One Win to
IM) t \T.\HHII
Reach 'he iaw, tender, in It a med
jnonvbrnne Infested with Catarrh
germs, and destroy Ihom.
''on can'! reach the nooks and crev
ices with liquid preparations there is
only one way breathe the germ de
stroying air <if Booth's iiyomki (pro
nounce i* lllgh-o-mo) dlrot tly over the
; Inflamed ami germ Infested membrane.
I1YOMEI eonty in/no opium, cocaine
i or other linrmfal/lrugs, it is a bal
amlc tlr made fc# Australian eucalyp
tus, thy moll, anff some Llstorlan anti
septics, it is guaranteed to end the
misery of Catarrh and Croup or money
back, Its fine for Colds and Coughs.
Ask Laurens Drug Co. about
Booths HYOMEI outfit today?it Is
only $1.00 and they guarantee It. Extra
bottles. If later needed, f>0 cents. Just
breathe it?no stomach dosing.
We Will Be At Home In Our New
Building on and after /Mavlsh Old
and new friends have fc*t?5rdial invita
tion to call and see us.
The Bank of Laurens
Laurens, S. C.
..HOW TO KNOW TWE GENUINE?.
LOOK FOI* THE JlTAMP
CORTRIGHT" Reg. U. S. Pa5. Off.
and accept no substitute, if you want a roof mal
will last as Ion? as tlio lmilding, uml n< VCI need
repairs ? n<wqV ,?<?<< 1 attention of *ny kind, except
an occasional coat of paint.
3. Fire-proof?Storm-proof Lightning-proof
For sale by
Local Dealers or Cortright Metal Roofing Company
50 N. 23rd, St., Philadelphia, Pa.
P I ' ft ITITTTTI'l l liri'Ti:
i rniwagons dm t&oe
We have just received a carload of Studebaker wagons.
Come in and look 'hem over. Let m show you how v/ell
a Studebaker is built.
JOHN A. FRANKS,? Laurens, S. C.
Your Cotton Will Come Up Standing Like This
When Planted With the
"One Seed" c^'S
COM'', In and seo the only renl cotl? ) pi inter. Tl j ??? >r v ii
positive, precise force Coed, that will t ike I\aty C< ' ?< n ? -','.;*
it comes from the gin, and pi ml the s ? -I ir. n. ?1 i ?ighl, riat row Iii
one at a time, equal distances apart?as i' gtjjrt'r as ! uttous on i ard.
Othor planters can he ? t to plant ".i?f;'.; oi thin," hut this | ...
will plant thlek-'-n bushel or more ?C >>i without 1 ...
or thin-down to n !/?.: hol to sis n rc without s!H
Kach plant stands alono with its own few iuchvs of gr. wing room?
the work of chopping down to oi o-half, und you < i lal e y< r own
nboutchopplug plants:k <;>??' iwiugandni toeky,\ - ?usbr.s
When you plant your cotton \.Itl ?? I. " " : Cot
Cotl 1 I'la:ir< r?one tied nt a tinx:, even! f Spaced a can plant.
seed that money can buy at no inoro < ? ; t! no linaryi '.!
land that grow only 4 before, b< :. o. there aro no nkipa in tho row.
When the ."Led bet tor; VOrto Seed" Corn and" ( ?" >n l'l i
planting corn It la bi rietly a corn planter, without an equal forth i
?dropping without fail a single grain at any distance d< ?I front :
48 inches. And the same is c v
mitt nttucliint m it ; int ? peon us, '
tolled oi in the slii l[, with erjual sii
i ran tor i- !>< over) : lamer, ii.
Hirers. The Southern flow Com|
Dallas, Texas, and ourai lv<
COME IN TODAY ?W, W ltd Oil to mo till) pi
whether you intend buying .i i lauter now oi not.
Moseley & Roland