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i^zpk. Your House Is Larger
at certain times than at others. Yon
at certain times than at others. You
don't notice it, but it is. The surface
of your bouse contracts with the cold
and expands with the beat. If the
paint on your house docs not con
tract and expand with the surface it
will crack. One should therefore be
careful about tbc paint used.
Atlantic White Lead
'(Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark)
and Pure Linseed Oil
make ideal paint. White lead is made from
metallic lead, one of tbe most pliable of metals.
It will contract and expand with the surface
painted. Be sure the white lead is pure.
We sell these Dutch Boy paint materials.
The Dutch Boy trade-mark is a guaranty of
absolute purity and highest quality. We also
sell varnishes and other paint supplies. Ask
us for our white lead book.
Brooks H .rdware Co.
For the Young Ladies!
A Box of Nort is Kxqusite Caudy or a nice Box <&
of Stationery. We have a full line of Initial
Stationery. Also all the \latest sizes, shapes
and tints in box paper. V
POWE DRUG COMPANY 1
On The Square Laurens, South Carolina
Eentered Here Among the Hosiery
I a|l|?C' All Silk in black and white at 50c.
LiaUieS Silk Lisle in same colors at 25c.
Burson seamless, regular and cut sizes at 25c.
MiooAo' Black and White Lisle in all sizes at 25c
rUddCd 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 Ofii?c'^h^6 Lawn, Embroidered Waists,
LidUICo starting at 50c up through the highest
Draco A complete nne m White and Colored
I/ic&S at moderate prices, with special values
C a Ail o in trimming laces. Heavy all Kneh Skirt
UOOQS ing Crash at 25c. }/
The Latest in Ladies' Neckwear/
SPECIAL Value in Handkerchiefs just opened at
II Gasoline and Kerosene
Sold in air-tight Iron Drums.
Convenient to handle. Denver in
small quantities in city.
R. N. Eichelberger
Agent Gulf Refining
? PINE BLUFF NEWS.
Pine Bluff, May 26.?Our hearts
were mud s , 'ad last Lrlday afternoon
when thr < *itli hero was watercd^hy a
real goo't -ain, after nearly .a two
Mrs. W. B. Davis and children vis
ited Mrs. Davis' sister, Mrs. Cason, in
Ninety Six last week. . ,
Mrs. W. P. Turner is visiting at her
old home, Mr. John Madden's, this
Miss Blossom Shuman, former
teacher of Pine Bluff school, returned
to her home at Luray Wednesday.
Mr. Jim Turner, who has been In
Columbia attending a business col
lege, finished his course last week and
Is at home on a visit before taking a
position as bookkeeper.
Little Elizabeth and M. C. Hill spent
last week with their sister, Mrs. Neal
Hill, near Vaughnvllle.
Mr. Tell Turner, of near Mountvlllc,
spent Sunday with Mr. Everett Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter, of near
Harris Springs, and Mr. H. M. Turn
er dined with Mr. and Mrs. W. C
Boazman and family Sunday.
Misses Mary and Elolse Brown, Mrs.
W. P. Turner and Messrs. M. G. and
R. W. Boazman, and Mr. H. M. Turner
attended the annual Children's Day at
New Prospect church Saturday. The
children are to be congratulated on
doing so well.
Mrs. Etta lustls is with her sister,
Mrs. Joe Davenport, of Souls Chappel
this week helping to nurse their
mother, Mrs. Smith, who Is quite sick.
We trust Mrs. Smith will rapidly get
Mrs. O. B. Pitts is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Guthrie, In
Burlington, N. C.
Miss Mary Brown leaves this week
to visit Mrs. Ernest Milling, of Green
Open to Competitive Examinations.
Applications Must Be Filed by June
The South Carolina Federation of
Women's Clubs offers the following
scholarships: one at Winthrop Col
lege, value $10-1.00 and free tuition;
one at Confederate Home College,
value $100.00: one at Limestone Col
logo, value $.".0.00; one at Coker Col
lege, value $.">0.00; one at Training
School for Kindergarteners, given by
The South Carolina Klndei'kni'ton
Association, value $100.00. These
scholarships are for four years, with
the exception of the one at the Train
ing School for Kinderkarteners, which
is for two years.
These Scholarships are awarded by
competitive examination, and are not
open to any one who has attended
College before, unless there Is no oth
er applicant. Applicants must be ov
er fifteen years of age.
Applicants must have the endorse
ment of the President or some officer
of a Club belonging to the Federa
tion. No application will be received
after June the 20th.
For furtbor information, address,
MYs. Frank B. Gary.
Chairman of Education,
Abbeville, S. C.
CROSS HILL WINS.
Mountville High School is Defeated
Mountvllle, May 25.?In the fastest
game of the season Cross Hill high
school defeated Mountville high school
4 to 3.
The game was a pitcher's battle
from start to finish, Colcman having
the better end. McGowar. r.avcd the
game for Cross Hill in the ninth in
ning with a star catch from Prof.
Fuller's bat. Both teams played good
Cross Hill.030 001 000?4
Mountville.003 000 000?3
Coleman and Thompson; Bryson
and Mathews. Umpires, Fellers and
Fuller? The Stnte.
GREAT MASS OF PROOF.
Reports of 510,000 Cases of Kidney
Trouble, Some of Them I.aureus
Each of some o.ooo newspapers of
tin United States Is publishing from
week to week, names of people in its
particular neighborhood, who have
used and recommended Dean s Kid
ney Pills for kidney backaches, weak
kidneys, bladder troubles aril urinary
disorders. This mass of p/OOf includ
es over 30,000 testimonials. Laurcns
is no exception. Hero /s one of the
Arthur H?rtgens, fafrmor, Laurens, J
S. C, says: I, sii /nonths I suffer
ed intensely? m imlns in the small
of my back am, it was out of the ques
tion for me to lift. My back ached
constantly and In the morning when I
first got up, I was very lame. I tired
easllyf felt nervous and had headaches
and dizzy spells. The secretions from
my kidneys passed too frequently and
this weakness was always worse when
I caught cold. In a short time after
I began using Doan's Kidney Pills,
they relieved me and one box made a
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name?-Doan's?and
take no other.
Founders of Children's Day.
As a part of the Children** Day ex
ercises at Prospect Saturday, Dr. W.
J. 'Laugston read an eulogy on the
lives of the two souls who are re
sponsible for this n"uual event and
in whose hearts the idea was con
ceived many years ago. The eulogy
is written by Dr. G. \V. Cunning
ham, of Mlddlobury, Vt., who, when a
ohlld, was one of the first to partici
pate In the exercises. The eulogy is
Emerson says that all Institutions
are only lengthened shadows of some
Individual. And the statement Is
true. If you trace the history of an
institution back far enough, you will
find that its source is a human heart'
Churches and schools and asylums
and all other Institutions whose aim
is the development of the strong and
the protection of the weak are only
outgrowths from somobody's interest
Children's Day at Prospect is no ex
ception to this general rule. It was
horn In the heart of a woman who
was personally known to many pres
ent today and whose memory we all
delight to honor. And It is especially
fitting, on this the twenty-fifth birth
day of Children's Day, that a word bo
spoken as a memorial of the beautiful
soul In which this cherished Institu
tion of ours had its origin.
She was a beautiful soul. Of that
fact those who knew her In the flesh
can bear witness. Her ilfe "was an
open book to be read of all. It gave
evidence of an Intellect, keen and vig
orous, of a heart full of love and devo
tion to duty, and of a will of the pur
est purpose. Hers was a life fired by
the loftiest Ideals, and was a never
falling source of inspiration to those
fortunate enough to he directly touch
ed by it. Hoth to the young and to
the old. to the fortunate and to the
unfortunate, to the rich and to the
poor. Aunt Kate was a true and faith
ful friend. To meet her was a pleas
ure; to catch a glimpse of the deeper
current of her Mfe was a real benedic
tion. Those of her own household
were Infinitely richer because of her
presence there: the community at
large was poorer when she was no
more on earth.
.Many there were Who encouraged
and counselled her. Among these
there was one, more recently gone
from our midst, whose name must al
ways remain linked with Children's
Day at Prospect. He was In very
(ruth a leader in Israel, and he was
a life-long lover of childhood. Chil
dren's Day always claimed his warm
est affection, and he diligently labor
ed to make it a success. The found
er of Children's Day knew that she
could depend upon the good-will and
the assistance of Brother Moore in
her every undertaking. His encour
agement was that of a sincere friend
and co-worker, and his counsel was
tactful and wise.
Children's' Day at Prospect is a
monument to the memory of these two
beautiful spirits. The sublimity of
their aspirations and the nobleness
?f their ideals are radiant still in this
institution which Issued from their
efforts. Let the institution grow with
the passing year! Let the generations
yet unborn be helped by :*, as has
been the generations born Blooa Aur.l
Kate and Brother Moore laid them
down In sleep- May the institution of
Children's Day at Prospect, for so
many years dearly beloved by these
two choice spirits, long continue to
shed upon childhood something of the
benediction that flowed from their
?01 0! THAT ITCHING!"
Try ZEMO) Ski nTroubles Vanish
Buy a 25o bottle today and prove it.
Glory! A remedy for skin tortures
that makes everybody smile and say
"Hooray!" If you have that terrible
fiery, unreachable Itching, scorching,
raw eczema, prickly bent, rash, tetter,
irritated or inflamed skin, blotches,
pimples or blackheads, you will mar
vel at the results of ZEMO.
ZEMO is a clean, antlseptiesolutlon;
not a grease or ointment.jltehlng van
ishes at the first Vpplloafion. This Is
absolutely guaranteed/or money re
funded. Use it on /ne baby, too, it
gives Immediate rellm In all skin tor
tures. Dandruff and scalp Holing van.
"Suffered 23 years with eczema. Fin
ally tried ZEMO. It cured me sound
and well. That was 15 months ago.
ZEMO Is a blessing." Mrs. E. Eason.
ZEMO Is sold in 25c sealed bottles
and guaranteed in Laurens by Laurent*
Sweet Potato Plants
Nancy Hall, Red Providence
and Porto Ricro Yams
I can fill your ttrder promptly,
for any quantity. $1.75 per 1,000
over 10,000 at $1.50 per 1,000.
I guarantee plants true to name,
and delivery in good condition.
W. W. MORRIS,
Fort Green, Fla.
A Certain Quick Relief for
Indigestion or Up-Set Stomachs
Why RUfTei the tortures of Indiges
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fuo<". and restores vowr tired wom-oiu
stomach to s healthful condition. 1)1
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Mtlo rtjJJft ean take It without fear of
Ji?t effects Don't wait until you
e another attack of indigestion, b it
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helps your stomach. We. are so con
fident that OlRestlt la a perfect rem
edy for stomach upsets that wo
unaraittee It to please von In ever>
way?Ret" n package and* If ?ou don't
>ike U we will t-.iv.? your money back.
Laurens Drug Co.. Laurens, 8. C.
Call and see our line of Lawn and Porch Furniture.
We are showing a splendid assortment
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Company
TWO OFFICES TO RENT
In the building shown above. Electric Light,
Heat, Screened Windows. Rates reasonable.
"Get Out of the Rut"
and suve money on
the Finish of your
Walls and Ceilings
Ask our doalcr in your town for
our bnautiful book:" Modem Method
of Finishing Wall.*," giving color
schemos and practical suggestions
and full information about
The Sanitary.Durabl?,Flat Oil Finish
Pee-Cee Flatkoat: is rapidly sup'.-r
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and lend-and-oil paints; which uro
unsanitary, unsatisfactory and
Pee-Cee Flatkoatt gives tone,
charactor and harmonious effect;
and ie the modern wall finish for
firivato houses and public build
ngs. The plain directions on each
can tnako it easy to apply with
Fur Sale Hy
It HOOKS HAItDWAHE
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure
mind, Bleeding and I toning Piles, it ab- !
sortis tiic tumors, allays iichlnK at once,
not? ns a poultice, rIv<-s instant relief.
Williams' InJIan Pile Ointment Is pre
pared for Pilo? and Ifrhlr.K Of thfl private
p-rii. Druggists, mail 50g and $100.
WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. Props.. Cleveland. Ohio
l.WKF.NS :>Iil (.
Laurens, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.