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Don't Wait for the
Wood to Show
Before You Paint!
Postponing painting is like putting off
payment of taxes. You are only piling up
expense. The wise man paints often, so
that there is always a protecting film of
paint between his house and the elements.
The more durable the paint, the less often
this must be done.
The most durable paint- in the world is
Atlantic White Lead
(Dutch Hoy Pnlntcr Trade Mark)
and Pure Linseed Oil
when mixed to suit the conditions of the
wood. All good painters do it this way.
Make sure that yours does it, too, and that
he uses Dutch Hoy white lead and linseed oil.
Drop in at our store and get our "Painting
Points," containing valuable suggestions on
selecting color schemes for inside/and out
side your home.
Brooks Hardware Co.
Gifts for Graduates!
Graduation Gifts that will serve as a constant
reminder in after years to come that the Parents
and Friends appreciated the significance of the
Graduate's Greatest Day can be best selected at
Our store at
TEMPTINGLY LOW PRICES
A glance through our store offers many suggestions
in Jewelry of the reliable grade, pretty creations in up
to-date Broaches, Necklaces, Lockets, Silver, Novelties,
Watches and Diamonds.
Phone 328-2 Rings
Reliable Jeweler Laurens, S. C.
. SPECIAL VALUES *
I Eentered Here Among the Hosiery
All Silk in black and white at 50c.
Silk Lisle in same colors at 25c
Burson seamless, regular and cut sizes at 25c
MlCCAC9 Black and White Lisle in all sizes at 25c
1 llooCo 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 aillAc'^*1^6 Lawn, Embroidered Waists,
LidUICa starting at 50c up through the highest
A complete line in White and Colored
at moderate prices, with special values
in trimming laces. Heavy all linen Skirt
ing Crash at 25c.
The Latest in Ladies' Neckwear.
SPECIAL Value in Handkerchiefs just opened at
W. G. WILSON & CO. i
1 Gasoline and Kerosene
Sold in air-tight Iron Drums.
Convenient to handle. Deliver in
I small quantities in city.
R. ML Eichelberger
Agent Gulf Refining
The i nion .Meeting ol the 2nd and
3rd divisions of the Laurens Asso
ciation will meet with the Princeton
Baptist church Juno 28th and i".tth.
11 a. M, Devotion, by T. S. LangStOII
When is a church in a state of re
vival, oi- what is the outward mani
festations of a revival? M. U Lawson.
Tho place of the Holy Spirit in the
revival, w. a. Baldwin, it. P. Mit
The place of prayer in the revival
L. S. Shealy, J. O. Martin and H.
10:45?-The blessings and privileges
of tho Sunday School. C. B. Hobo.
11:15?-The revival and missions. 11.
Echoes of the foregoing discussions
opened by C. B. Bobo general dis
Lot brethren Come praying for a
general revival in the'Laurens Asso
The Union of tho Fourth Division
of LaureilS Association will meet
with the Bethabara Baptist church,
Saturday, .June 28th, 1913, at 10:H0
ii)::U)?Devotional service led by Guy
11:00?Man's duty as taught in the
school of experience. Eccleslastes
12:13. W. P. Turner. J. H Whar
ton, J. A. Martin.
1:00?The church at work?
( 1 ) The work to be done by the
Church. W. I! Fuller, J. W. Fow
ler, s. IL Goggans.
ii') When s tlu? church in a con
dition for work? J, H. Wharton,
J. Pea reo ('oats, w. 11, Plnson,
Fills A. Fuller.
(3) The place of prayer in church
work. I.. S. Madden, W. s. Bon
jamln, W. P. Turner, Guy Martin.
(D ThO function of the Holy Spir
it in the work. .1. II. Motes. Ellis
A. Fuller. .1. ('. Martin.
10:00?The place of the Sunday
school in church world l.andon
10:30?The place of the Hilde i-i the.
Sunday school. .1. o. Denny.
11:00?Missionary sermon by Rev. H
W. P, Culbcrtsoii,
V ( all to Praxer.
Whereas. It is conceded by many
that a great spiritual death prevails
within the bonds of the Laurens Bap
tist Association, and, feeling assured
that our Heavenly Father is not pleas
ed with such condition, and would
have it otherwise: therefore. Resolved,
j (hat the Chestnut Ridge Rnptlst
Church in confort nee assembled do
hereby extend an invitation to all
who feel in need of, and ate willing
to unite in special prayer to Cod for
a great revival of spiritual interest !
within our borders to meet at our'
place of worship on Friday .1 line the
2oth, 1913 at 10 o'clock, a. nr. that
we may spend at least a few hours in
earnest prayer and praise, that God
may grant us a great spiritual awak
ening within our borders and else
Done in conference.
Juno the 7th 1913.
CLEARS FAFF, OF
PIMPLES, BLACK II F. VDS
Wonderful ZEMO Also Stops Terrible
ltehing AT ONCE) Cures All Skin
Oet a 2r,c bottle of ZEMO today.
At last! At last! One application
of ZEMO, tho wonderful new treat
ment, quickly put an end to those
awful, humiliating pimples and black
heads. For the first time In months
l haven's boon ashamed to go out In
public." a trial of ZEMO will con
vince you of Its astonishing results In
clearing the complexion.
ZEMO Is a cloan, antiseptic, solu
tion not a greasy paste or ointment.
You simply apply it on the afflicted
part -your pimples, blpoches and
blackheads, -all eczeniar sores and
pains, prickly heat, rash, tetter Inflam
ed or reddened akin, all disappear. It
also cures dandruff, which is scalp
6CZ6ma. ZEMO is guaranteed to stop
Itching immediately. It gives instant
"I have bad wonderful benefit from
your famous ZEMO for the skin It
has cured my faco completely." Miss
10. N? Rugby Plnee, St. Louis, Mo.
ZEMO is sohl in 2o0 sealed bottles
and guaranteed In Laurens by Lau
I rons Drug Co,
A public meetii g of all lhO80 ci(i
yes who return real or porseni
pronerty in the school district of th
town of Laurens will l held in the
county COUH house .Wednesday dum
18th, at lo o'clock a'. M.i for tho pur
pose of levying a ^fix for maintainin:
the public school in the (own of Lau
retis for the scholastic year of 101!
and RH I, and the election of two ti ns
o. is. Simmon;.
c. h. Roper. Chairman
* PINE BLUFF NEWS. ?
!'::;,? Bluff, June 9. Mrs. .1. U. i>;t!s
canie homo last Thursday from Burl
ington, N. C, where she has been
vlditlng her parents,
Miss Florence Pitts who is head
nurse of the Merry went her Hospital in
Ashvillc, N. c. returned id her work
there last Priduy, alter a week's visit
to her mother.
Muster Robert Spearman sl>ent Sun
day with Master Alex Brown.
Miss Nora Turner, who has been
attending Lander College, is with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. IV Turner,
lor tlie summer vacation.
Mr. Hurley M. Turner loft last Mon
day tor Charlotte, N. ('.. where be has
accepted a responsible position.
Miss Kloise Hrown is visiting rela
tives in Greenwood this week,
Mr. Milton Boti'/.mnn spent lust Sat
urday and Sunday in the ML Pleas
Miss Annie Grlllll) is spending a lew
days with relatives in Cross Hill.
Mr. It. S Grlllll) attended the -old
soldiers" dinner, given by the V. I>.
C. last Tuesday at Cross Hill.
The tanners of this community are
still very discouraged over the crops.
Not having any rain scarcely in quite
a while the crops uro very poor
throughout this section.
* Princeton Locals. *
Princeton, Juno '.c -Mrs. T. '/.. Car
ter and Miss Kininie Cartel of Honea
Path, silent Thursday with Mis. M.
M. Arnold here.
/MessTS. Roland and Moseley .of
Laurciis, were here Friday in the in
terest of a I.He Insurance company.
Mr. Sloan 1>. UugWoll has returned
home alter a successful year's werk
at the University of South Carolina.
Mr. .1. II. Mad.Ion of Greenville
Spent a few days here last week.
Messrs. Kniest Machen of Luit reu s
and Machen Moore of Honea l'alh.
visited relatives here Friday.
rtcv. w I'. Meadors, of Greenwood,
Presiding 101 der of the Cokeshurg
District spent the week-end witli Itev
It. P. Morris.
Mr. .1 ist?. I.I. Ilumhci'1 and faillilj
of Anderson were recent visitor:;
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Harris of Spar
tnnburg uro visiting lite hitter's vis
tor, Mrs. J. IS. Ilrltt.
Mrs. Ziiiui Carter has -one for a
visit to relatives in Honea Path and
Miss Olive Knight i- al home from
Winthrop College where she com
pleted her course last week,
Miss Itiith Arnold is visiting nda
lives in Honea Path.
Messrs Jerry McKeny.it> and It. A,
Monroe of Honen Path spent a few
hours here Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. .Inter McCuon and lit
tiie daughter v I slit od relatives near
Honea Path last week-end,
Mr. and Mrs. Tl'ibblo of I lonon Path,
spent Wednesday with Mr. 11. F
Missis Margaret Mbtiroo, Kli/.a
McKen/.io, Lillian Carter and Prank
McKon/.io visited friends here Thtirs
Messrs Grndy Dugaii and C K. Hur
per of Honea Path were liere awhile
I leers and Skin Troubles,
If you are suffering with any old,
running or fever son s, ulcers, bolls,
cc/.einn or other skin troubles, get
box of llUCklon's Arnica S?he and
you will get relief promptly. Mis.
Bruce Jones, of, Birmingham, Ala.,
suffered from an iiKly ulcer for nine
months and Blickten S Arnica Salve
cured her in two weeks. Will help
you. Only L'.'.c Recommended by
Laurcns Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
SOME WEATHER, THIS!
Snou Wtcr Record Hot Oft) In t'lii
Chicago, June R. Snow foil In
Chicago today, fourteen hours after
the season's warmest torn porn tu re of
90 degrees was registorcd. The fall
ing of snowflakes Insten ton minutes
In Austin, a suburb of Chicago.
a 10-mllo gain direct from the
north sent the mercury down it de
grees in fifteen hours bore, Many
peiuns wore hurt in the windstorm,
and property damage estimated at
several thousand dollars Was caused,
Most Children Hnve Worms?
M my mothers think their children
nro suffering from Indigestion, head
ache, nervousness, weakness, costive
noss, when they are Victims of I tin!
most common ol all clnldren's ail
ment-' -worms. PeovliW lll-tomporod,
fretful children, who- toss and grind
their teeth, with bad breath and COl
Icky pains, have nil the symptoms of
hnvlng worms, and should ho given
KlcknpOO Worm Killer, a pleasant
candy lozenge, which expels worin-,
regttnltes the bowels, tones up the Sys
tem, ami makes children well and
happy. Klcknpoo Worm Killer is guar
anteed. AH druggists, or hy mail.
Price 2?c, Kiekapoo Indian Medicine
Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis.
For Indigestion, Sour Stomach,
Distress After Eating-Digestit
Yi ii certainly would m>i suffer Hie country have cotton relief i>y the use
tortures of Imfiacsthui If you Knew ol of Uns harmless remedy Try it 10
it ie.ne.lv (lutt would positively re day. (let a package ami laUe one
lievo and cure \mi "Digeslll" is .1 di bo it it doojc'iiot give you Itumcdt'
?"??tan' i|iiick relief it will tUnp In ale relief It/won't rust you a penny,
ligesttoti Sour St< mneh. DiHtrosK nftoi Itrown's litfestit should he In evory
eating a nil othei stomach upsets al homo it. is a certain quick relief lor
most Instantly, We alisoluiol) gnat Indigestion prevents dint res? after
untee it 10 give von entire tutIslaclIon eating a hearty meal and ina'.te. \<<\ir
It not we give vi?n huck your tnonev tired, worn mil stomach good as uo?v
Thousands of people all over tho( j^m-eng Drug Co.. Laurens, S. C.
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WE SELL ALL
The Breakfast Foods,
Dinner and Supper
Also, All The Between Meal Foods, Fruits,
Nuts, Confections, Etc.
ALL THE QUALITY!
TRY THESE-THEY'LL PLEASE!
Puffed Rice, Puffed Wheat, Corn Flakes, Quaker
Oats, Grape Nuts, Cream of Wheat, Fruits,
Cantaloupes, Fresh Tomatoes, Coffee.
W. M. DIAL, Manager
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the first sign of business decay.
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More arthtie, moro hygienic, moro tatialttctory r> every w.iv nn t
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VVulls.'-our bandsomn ijoek. with color Bchnmes and huipti.l >>un*
Kestion... Tim plain directions on ouch
can mnko /' ??? -Gee Flatkoatt easy to uiiply
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