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The Harley-Davidson Motorcycle
.(King of The Country Roads)
Has the Famous Full-Flotetng Seat?and the Free
wheel Control. Chain or belt drive, and magneto
ignition. Used by Mail Carriers Everywhere. Write
for catalog. Terms to suit. Let us call and show you
one?ask us to come.
Have full line of Tires, Tubes, Chains, Belts, Oils
Harley-Parts, Etc?, and make prompt shipments, send
us your hurry orders. No goods charged.
t. s. chipleSt
The Motorcycle Man
Greenwood, S. C.
of Quality Geoceries
A SEASON AND
For Every Thing!
This Is The Place
For Every Seasonable Thing In the Grocery
Line and There's'A Reason
WhyYVVe Sell Them
TRY THESE--THEY'LL PLEASE!
This is Ice Tea Weather. We handle the Best.
Votan, Temple Garden, White Rose,
Liptons and Tetleys Tea.
TRY ONE OF THESE NOW.
W. M. DIAL, Manager
Safeguard and Preserve
Your Furs, Blankets, Comforts, Heavy
Hangings, Portiers, Carpets, Rugs, Winter
Wraps and Clothing by having ^them thor
oughly cleansed Jby [our Special Processes
before storing for Summer. '???Z?i'SU
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Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women?
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fer S?tclat Instruction?, ?adM p?t book/'Honie Treatment lor Wonun." teat fre*. J 60
AT CROSS HILL
Graduating ( hiss at the High School
Present Beautiful Program at the
Close of the School Year.
Cross Hill, May 17?On Friday ev
ening, May 9th, the largest crowd In
the history of Cross Hill assembled
at the high .school auditorium for tho
graduating exercises of the 1913 Se
nior class. They were well ushered
in by the following marshals: Messrs.
J. C. McGowan, Dewey Nelson, Fred
Coleman, Simmons Pinson, Wade
Hills William Leaman, George Mar
tin and James Guthrie.
Tho stage was exquisitely and ar
tistically decorated with the class
colors, green and white. The piano,
chairs, walls and posts were draped
in green and white crepe paper. The
piano was in the centre. The back of
tho stage was almost covered with as
paragus ferm and a large vase of
lovely white carnations (olass flower)
In tho middle. Directly above It was
the class motto written in music. On
either side was "1913" in large green
letters on white. The chairs, which
woro (occupied by (the graduates,
speaker, teachers and trustees, were
equally divided on either side of the
stage and extended from the piano in
somewhat of a semi-circle. The en
tire front wns imbedded in the most
beautiful assorted ferns and palms,
which were arranged* with the greatest
care and taste. There were three
large green plush rugs?ono on either
side in front of the chairs and the
other in the centre?front, where the
At 8:30 the beautiful, charming i
teacher, Miss Irene Dlllard appeared
on the stnge, attired In an exquisite
white satin gown trimmed In pink
dewdrop chiffon with pink hair adorn
ments and slippers to match and play
ed a pretty, appropriate march. Im
mediately a tramp was heard on the
winding stairway aad soon the marsh- j
als were seen bringing forward eight |
girl graduates. They marched In
front of the audience Into the left
ante-room' on to the stage, where
they remained until graduates were
seated. Then they inarched to their
reserved seats on the right of the
stage, which was also "fixed up" In
green and white to match the deco
The exercises were opened with
prayer by Rev. W. D. Ratohford.
I. Salutation?Miss Leonora Lea-i
Class History?Miss Kitti
3. Duet?Misses Hill and Lowe?!
4. Class Will?Miss Ozelia Harmon.
;">. Essay?"Character"?Miss Annie]
0. Music?'Miss Emma Lowe?I
7. Class Poem?Miss Mary Hill,
8. Class Prophecy?Miss Mary |
9. Essay?"Ambition"?Miss Will- ]
10. Muslc^Mlss Mary Hill?"Lo-I
II. Valedictory?Miss Emma Lowe.
12. Class Song.
13. Address by Prof. J. G. Clink
14. Delivery of diplomas by Mr. W.
15. Benediction?Rev. J. A. Martin.
Each one of the graduates was]
dressed In white and looked beautiful.
They were as follows: Misses Emma
Lowe, Mary Hill, Leonora I^eaman,
WilUJo Austin, Mary Rasor, Kittle
Wharton, Annie Rasor and Ozelia
Harmon. They received a countless
number of bouquets of flowers and
packages and, last but not least they
received congratulations from every
For the Weak and Nervous
Tlrcd-ouJt, weak, nervous men and
women would feel ambitious, energet
ic, full of life and always have a good
appetite, If they would do the sensible
thing for health?take Electric Bit
ters. Ndthing bettor for the stomach,
liver or kidneys. Thousands say they
owe their lives to this wonderful home
remedy. Mrs. O. Rhinevault, of Vestal
Centor. N Y., say?: "I regard Electric
Bitters as one of the grealtest of gifts.
I can never forgot what It has done
for me." Get a bottle yourself and
see what a difference It will make In
your health. Only 50c and $1.00. Rec
ommended by Laurens Drug Co. and
Palmdtto Drug Co.
See our line of Baby Carries and Go
Carts, you will surely be pleased with
the style, quality and price.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
By F. L. Weathers.
Behold; there cometh a solemn
warning, wafting gently o'er tho
breezes, from tbat ger.eraus eoi tri
butor who hails from Madden. And,
be it to that writer'* credit, they havo
a nice little way of appealing lo those
good- voters of Laurens. And Mad
den has a way of tolling those same
voters of the greatness and goodness
of Laurens. That's right, Madden, got
real busy and put in your fairy ideas,
then, maybo they will ? blossem l:jto
realities, but?we rather think not.
Do your best, Madden, you just can't
block this nfew county movement,
neither can you "crowd out" that ev
erlasting enthusiasm of Hillside. Hill
side is bound to reach Its ideal. Its
a live wire. That's why the writer
boasts of It's greatness so loudly.
Mind you, Madden, we find no fault
with Laurens. As you very probably
know, almost the entire population
of Hillside (liars iucluded) are most
heartily in favor of this new county
project, and are just "alongln'" to
help pilot a new county government
at Fountain Inn. So just bang away!
For your criticism we tender our
thanks and in the fight for the new
county "we wish you well."
Tylersvllle, May 18.?Rev. W. B.
Justus of Enoree filled his regular ap
polntement at Sandy Springs Sunday
Miss Robin Patterson of Lanford
was the guest of Miss Grace Poole last
Miss Lula Donnan spent Sunday
night with Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Peter
son and family.
Mr. Nlles Clark of Clinton spent
Sunday with Mrs. M. O. Clark and
Mr. Edgar Donnan spent the week
end with friends near Bramletts.
Miss Nina Poole of SpartanbUrg
spent the week-end with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poole.
Miss Lydie Peterson of Spartanburg
was the week-end guest of Mr. and
Mrs. .1. W. Peterson.
Mr. J. W. Donnan was a visitor in
Misses Grace Poole and Robin Pat
terson spent Thursday in Laurens.
Dr. King's New Life Pills will re
licve constipation promptly and get
your bowels in healthy condition again
John Supsie, of Sanbury, Pa., says:
"They are the best pills I 'ever used,
and I advise everyone to use them for
constipation, indigestion and liver
complaint." Will help you. Price 25c.
Recommended by Laurens Drug Co.
and Palmetto Drug Co.
Shlloh, May 19.?Several from here
went over to the picnic at Jones and
report a nice time. W. C. Gray did r.o+
return until Sunday because his mule
Mr. and Mrs. Rldgeway of Dunklin,
Greenville county, were Miss Lizize
Lindley's guests one day last week.
J. B. Hellams went down to the
picnic at McDaniel's old mill place.
Carl Owings, who has been indis
posed for tho last few days, is better.
At half past ten o'clock on the
night of the 13th, the death angel
came and claimed the spirit of little
John W. McDollc, the five-months old
boy of Mr. and Mr3. John McDolle.
Fond parents, weep not, for as tho
death reaper triumphantly conveyed
the soul of little J. W. up to God, re
member you have a shining star
around God's throne. It's little re
mains were laid to rest in Rabun
I Creek cemotery.
Broadus Abercromble, of Greenville,
is down shaking hands with kinfolks.
Mrs. J. T. Watkins is on a sojourn
to Will Jamison, of Laurens.
Mike Parks, and aunt, Mrs. A. A.
Garllngton, were shopping in Laurens
Books of subscription to the capl
tal stock of the1 "Trinity Ridge Gin
n1ng and Milling Company" will be
open at the office of F. P. McGowan
on Thursday May 22nd, 1913 at 10
o'clock A. M.
\f J. F. Harney,
J. C. McGowan,
May 2lst, 1913. 43-lt
up to us. We can neip you,
Estimates promptly furnished
free on large or small contracts.
We make a specialty of complete
house bills?sash, doors, blinds,
screens, columns, newel posts,
mouldings grilles, interior finish,
shingles, etc., anything in building
We offer quality? quantity ?
service. Write, phone or call.
"Buy of the Maker'
AUGUSTA LUMBER CO.
Is cheaper than labor, land or mules.
Increase your fertilizer and decrease
the cost of your products.
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N. B. DIAK, I 'res. C. II. WOffSK. Cashier