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Should be rewarded with
a present of some kind.
There is nothing more
pleasing or more lasting
than Jewelry. And there
is no better stock to select
from than ours.
Are You Going
To Give a Medal?
If so we can furnish you
with the better kind, ?old
or silver and can do the
engraving in the desirable
style and promptly.
WITH THE HARVEST
The Grain Is ripe and being harvest
ed?We have some good Grain ('radios
lo help yon save it.
Cotton S(>o?| Mcnl delivered within
the city limits.
Amber Cane Seed to sow
Orange ( ano Seed in row
I.el us sell you some more.
Seed Corn for Into planting.
. .Field Pens and German MUlet Seed.
Itlurksmiths and farmers, we have a
full stook of Horse and Mule Shoos?
We hate more Coffee than we need
want lo sell you some Coffee.
l*rioes lied need on Molasses in
cans see us before you buy.
A no? slock of clean Chicken Feed
."?01b sack for $1.15 or 100lb sack for
*?_'.-.'>. IIii> your Chicken Food here.
The "Big Store" has got it.
Call Moore or L?ngsten at No. 10.
Laurens, S. C.
When you feel
?ons, tired, worried or der.pondent it is a
<ure sign you need MOTTS NERVER1NE
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and
make life worth living. Wo sure and ask for
Mott's Nerverine Pills RfcHfi
WUJLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop... Cleveland. Ohio
LAUREN4 DRUG CO.
I.aureus, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People s Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
vVHl practice in all State Court?,
.irompt attention given to all rnrainess.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pilo Ointment will euro
ailnd, IMiodlng and Ilching Piles. It ab
sorbs th" tumors, allays Itching at once,
acts tin a poultice, gWct Instant rollof.
iVHMams' Indian Pilo Ointment is pre
wired for Plies and Itching <>f On' private
n*rt*. Drmrnlsts. mall fv.'e and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., t'rans.. Cleveland, Ohio
LAURENS DRUG vO.
Laurens, S. C
Pile* Cured in 6 to 14 Days
vom drttKffist will rotund money If PAZ<
?INTMKNT fail* lo cute any a>sc of Itrlim.,
Hod.Bleeding..r lTolmdinK I'lfe?in?to Hdav*
.'be firat applicatiou gives Kaso\end Rest. SOc.
l CROSS HILL NEWS |
Cross Mill, Juno 9.?Tho Daughters
of the Confederacy hero gave a din
ner to the veterans lust Wednesday.
A number of veterans were present
to enjoy tin- good things to eat pro
vided by i lie Daughters.
Mr. M. A. Leaman, William Lea
man Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Itasor and
Mrs. Con way Dial were among those
who attended commencement exercis
es at the Presbyterian College of
South Carolina last Wednesday. Mr.
Samuel Lyl Leaman was among the
Miss Kate Austin, who has been at
tending Dr. White's Hilde School in
New York, returned to her home last
Mr. [Odd Hart and bride of Florida,
are visiting his sister, Mrs. 1!. A.
Rev. Mr. Rotchford attended com
mencement at Clinton last Wednesday.
Waterloo and Cross Hill teams
crossed bats on the diamond here last
Thursday, resulting in a score of &
to 1 in favor of Cross Hill.
The friends of Miss Lida Rudd will
be glad to know that she is much bet
ter and we hope will soon be well
Miss Anne Austin came home from
Philadelphia today. She has been at
tending lectures at the Woman's Med
ical College in preparation for work
as a foreign missionary.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
have a very unique and Interesting
programme arranged 1\>r Thursday.
^June 12th, afternoon and evening. The
Sous of Veterans have the promise of
a lively base ball game at I o'clock.
At ?5 o'clock tlie ladies will have an
ice cream festival and in the evening
a musical to begin at 8:30. int.-rest
ing exercises by the young people and
children all for the old soldiers' ben
efit fund. Everybody come and have
a good time and help a good cause.
Another attraction during the festival
at t'? o'clock may be car rides around
the belt for a minimum fare. All who
own cars are requested to help out
with this attraction.
Prof. Clinkseales at Mount > ille.
Mountvllle, June ?Prof. Jno. G.
Clinkseales of Wofford College will de
liver an address in the school house
at Mountvllle on Friday evening. June
13th. Prof. Clinkseales has not an
nounced his subject as yet, but his
reputation as a forceful speaker is so
wide that it is certain that a large
audience will enjoy the treat of hear
The following students are at home
from their respective colleges: Miss
Eliza Mae Sullivan from Winthrop,
Messrs Wilton and Roy Mitchell and
William Fellers from the University
of S. C Fred Fuller from Presby
terian College of S. C, Others who are
expected in a few days are. Watts
iludgens from the Citadel, and Messrs
Charlie, Robert, and Sammle Thorn
ton and Eugene Stokes from Clemson.
Eugene is a member of the graduating
class this year.
Miss Annie Madden, a recent grad
uate of the Columbia Hospital, visited
her friends and relatives here last
Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. Rasor visited
Miss Frankle Culbertson at Bkom
Rev. Pressly. of Mt. Carmel. tilled
the pulpit at Head Springs last Sun
Miss Louis Richardson attended
commencement at Erskine last week.
H. R. Fuller attended the Craven
Webb wedding at Greenwood last
Several good crops of oats have
been harvested in this section. Some
uneasiness is felt for them on ac
count of the continuous rains.
Rites or stings of poisonous insects
which cause the flesh to swell should
be treated with HARRY'S PROPHY
LACTIC FLUI D. It counteracts the
poison, reduces swelling quickly and i
eases pain. It Is equally as valuable
when applied to flesh wounds, burns,
scalds, cuts or bruises. It causes the
flesh to heal over and leaves no dis
figuring scar. Price 50 cts. per bottle.
Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
Bkom, June. 9.?We have had heavy
rains in this section for the past few
days. There must have been another
hail storm somewhere as it Is cool
enough to sit by a Are this morning.
There was a Sunday school organ
ized at Fkom school house last Sun
day with Mr. J. P. Walker Sunt., and
J. W. Godfrey vice Supt.
Mr. L. C. Culbertson was thrown
from his mule one day last week and
his collar hone was broken. Dr.
Cooper and Dr. W. T. Jones were
soon at his bedside, the broken bone
placed back to its proper place and
he is getting along nicely.
Messrs. .1. I>. and J. D. Culbertson,
of .Madden wore over to see their sis
ter. Miss Frunklc Culbertson, Sunday.
Mr. John Moore, of Texas, is on a
visit to his brothers, Messrs Joel and
Miss Irene Cooper spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Miss Aura
Mrs. Mattie Hurts and little son
James spent last week with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. I.. C. Culbertson.
Mr. Thomas Pitts and family spent
Sunday with Mr. J. H. Hamilton and
Mr. J. P. Walker and Mr. Glenn,
Mrs. IjCO Culbertson and daughter and
Miss Pearl Culbertson, visited with
Mr. T. J. Cooper and family Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rasoi, of Mount
vllle visited Mrs. Y. J. Culbertson and
Mrs. A. B. Culbertson and children
have been sick the past week but are
Little Kathleen Culbertson is right
Tylersville, June !>.?Rev. 1). P.
Boyd, of Newberrry, delivered a very
interesting sermon at Sandy Springs
Miss Fannie Poole returned home
last Tuesday from Lander College
where she will spend her vacation
with home folks.
Mr. W. H. Clark, of Woodruff, spent
the week-end with relatives in this
Mrs. Mavid Prior and children. An
nie and Floyd spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Patterson and family.
Mrs. Mattie Clark and daughter,
Miss Lila, were in Clinton Wednes
day afternoon. ^
Mr. M. A. Summcrcl and daughter,
Miss Nina attended services at Sandy
Springs Sunday afternoon.
Misses Grace and Fannie Poole
were in Laurens shopping Thursday.
Mr, .lames Don nan, of Laurens
spent the week-end with Mr. William
Miss Lila Clark and Mr. B. W.
Blakely spent Thursday afternoon in
This section of the county was visi
ted by very heavy rains last week
which did damage to the roads, farms
WHY IT SUCCEEDS.
tecmise It's for One Thing Only, and
Laurens People Appreciate This.
Nothing can be good for everything
Doing out thing well brings suc
Doan's Kidney Pills are for one
Por weak or disordered kidneys.
Here Is reliable evidence of their
Mrs. C. Todfl, Broad St., Clinton, S.
('.. says: "I had kidney trouble and
when I heard about Doan's Kidney
Pills. I began using them. They soon
cured me and 1 have not been both
ered since. I strongly recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills."
The above is not an isolated case.
Mrs. Todd is only one of many In this
vicinity who have gratefully endors
ed Doan's. If your back aches?if
your kidneys bother you, don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy?ask dis
tinctly for Doan'S -idney Pills, the
same that Mrs. d had. TiOc all
stores. FosterJMIlburn Co., Proi>s.,
Buffalo. N. Y.
JUST TEST OUR
|ARTICULARLY GOOD QUALITY in Oxfords, in the comfort of cor
rect fit, and an unrestricted guarantee of satisfaction?these are
some of the things you can always be sure of at this House of "Better
But there's more to it than that. Distinctive style, perfection in model,
workmanship, advance ideas from the Shoe Style centers, and an unequaled
Shoe Service at your command, ready to carry out the highest ideals in selling
Good Shoes; these are important facts for you to consider.
Come, see the New Spring Oxfords?we're always as
ready to show them as to sell them!
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00,
$5.00 to $6.00
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50
Boys' and Girls' Oxfords
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00
CLARDY & WILSON
THE SHOE MEN '
Watts .Mills, .June 9.?Rev. W. H.
Lewis, the Methodist pastor, has been
conducting a protracted meeting here
for the last two weeks. Hro. Lewis
preached strong and impressing ser
mons at every service and it is be
lieved that lasting good has been ac
complished in the series of services
that come to a close Sunday night.
The Baptists will gegin a protrac
ted meeting here the third Sunday in
June. The pastor, Rev. G. C. Hedge
peth, will be assisted in this meeting
by Rev. J. A. Brock, of Greenville.
Hro. Brock is one of the former pas
tors of the Lucas Avenue Church and
a man dearly loved by a greater por
tion of the Watts Mills people. It
is trusted that all the people will at
tend these services and that a great
revival shall break forth and many
precious souls be born into the Bless
ed Kingdom of our Lord.
The Watts Mills school c* to a
close last Friday. All the children
and teachers enjoyed a nice picnic at
Yarborough's mill. This has been a
most successful session and the chil
dren have advanced greatly In their
Rest Laxative for the Aged
I Old men and women feel the need of
a laxative more than young folks, but
it must be safe and harmless and one
which will not cause pain. Dr. King's
New Life Fills are especially good for
the aged, for they act promptly and
easily. Price 2">c. Recommended by
Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
Have your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by
men who know how. You'll find them here at
Over H. Terry's Store Laurens, South Carolina