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Our years of experience in
supplying Wedding Gifts that
please will help us to guide
you. Gifts of distinction and
Refinement in Packard's Hand
Everything desirable in Silver
ware and Cut Glass.
Rice 20 lbs for $1.00
Amber Cane See?! to bow
Orange Cane Seed in row
Let u? ?eil you Home more
Just received a nice lot of sound
Clay or Unknown Peas?they
are going fast. Come quick.
A shipment of Fresh Bread
Flour that will hake or make
a cake is the kind wc sell here.
Roasted or Green Coffee to
suit you in price and quality.
Molasses and Syrups in cans
reduced in price for a quick sale.
Horse and Mule Shoes?all
Sow Cabbage Seed now for
Chicken Feed 50 lbs for $1.15
or 100 lbs for $2.25. We sure
have j^ot the feed.
Ice water for our customers.
Put your money in circulation.
Laurens, S. C.
When you feel ?!?
rous, tired, worried or ciftspondent it is a
rare sign yon need MOTTS NERVER1NE
PILLS. Hi *;y n*.na\v the normal vi^or and
make life worth living, Ita tura and ask for
Mott's Neryerine Pills ?ft?u!
WU JJAM9 MFG. CO . Prop... CbiTeUod. Ohio
LA UREM DRUG CO.
Lauren*. S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
Simpson, Cooper <& Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Wfll practice m all State Conrte.
prompt attention given to all business.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
v. 1111.im ? Indian pile ointment will cure
Wind, Hireling and IichlpK Piles. It ab
?orbii the tumors, allays Itching at onco,
aeta an a poultice, gIveV lnnlant relief,
Willems' Indian Pile ointment 1? i>r<
rwirert for 1'Uoh anil Itching of the private
part*. DriiKKlHta, mall Mo ami $1.00.
WILLIAMS RlPe, CO.. Prop*., Cleveland, Ohio
LAUREN'S OKI'G ? O.
Laarens, S. C,
N. B. Dial. A. C. Topd
At lorn <?yn jiI Law
Enterprise Dank Building, l.aurcrw, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
.Money lo loan on Real Estate?Long
I CROSS HILL NEWS J!
Cross Hill, Jur." 1*>.?This corre
spondent has received a mailing list
of Althouse's Preliminary British Isles
and I^ong Bummer Tour. In the party
to Bail June 18th, per Steamer Car
mania, we see the names of Dr. and
Mrs. J. H. Miller. I>r. and Mrs. Mil
ler left for New York last Thursday.
Quite a good game of hall was pull
ed off here last Thursday between
Cross Hill and Mountville teams, re
sulting In a score of 5> to 3 In favor
The entertainment for the soldiers'
benefit fund that evening was post
poned on account of the Inclement
Misses Sarah and Virginia Addison
of Hue West are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. 0. Denny,
Next Thursday afternoon, June 1'Jth
Ninety Six and Cross Hill will cross
bats on the diamond here. This game.
Is Bure to be lively. The ladies will
serve Ice cream on the grounds. That
evening the play "Valley Farm" will
be given at the school auditorium. The:
cast of characters Is fine, all young!
people of the Soule Chappel commun
ity. It was given at Soule Chappel
?ome weeks ago. MIbb Alken, of
Falrfleld. will be In charge The pro
ceed* are to go to old soldier's benefit
The following is the program.
Harold Kutledge, a young New
Yorker Mr. John Hall Campbell
Perry Deans, a son of the soil
Mr. Ix)uis Scnn
David Hildretb, a New York law
yer Mr. Casper Hill
Elias Holcomb, owner of Valley
Farm Mr. Tom Neal
Jennings, servant at the Rutledgo
mansion Mr. Barle Goodwin
Azarlah Keep, a clock tinker
Mr. William Watklns
Hetty Holcomb, a country flower,
transplanted to city soil
Miss Lucia Hill
Isabel Carney, niece to David Hil
dretb Miss Lillle Mae Hudd
Mrs. flutledge, Harold's Mother
Miss Ellen Watklns
Alvlra Holcomb. sister of Silas
Miss Genie Alken
Llzy Ann Tucker, who borrows but
Miss Ruth Workman
Verbena hired girl at the farm
Azele Austin j
Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Griffin, were host;
and hostess to a delightful 0 o'clock
luncheon last Thursday evening. Those I
present wore Rev. J. A. Martin, Rev.
W. I). Hat eh ford, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Austin, Mrs. Lena Puckett, Miss Jodie
Pool, of Anderson, Misses Mary Hrown
Mary Miller and Connie Martin, of
Cross Hill, Messrs. Luther Marlin,
Fail Rasor, Paul Martin, J, B. and
Charles Pinson. After a pleasant
hour, the guests were invited to the
dining room where a delicious lun
cheon was enjoyed and elegantly serv
ed, Misses Cora and Joste Griffin act
ing as waiters. As the guests left the
dining room pretty little Helen Grlf
fkii handed each guest a pretty souve
nir of the evening. The evening spent
with Mr. and Mrs. Griffin and their
charming daughters will be pleasantly
remembered. Miss Janle has just re
turned from Chicora college.
Mrs. J. E. Spearman died at the
hospital In Columbia last Friday. The
body was brought here lor burial on
Saturday. She leaves a husband, two
sons and a daughter, her mother and
other rolatives. Interment was at the
Presbyterian cemetery. The service
was conducted by Rev. W. D. Hatch
ford, assisted by Rev. J. A. Martin.
Many relatives and friends attended
the funeral. The pall bearers were
J. H. Rasor. Jno. W. Hann a, R. F
Walker, H. A. Pinson, P. B. Watts,
and J. F. Lea man.
Bites or stings of poisonous Insects
which cause the llesh to swell should
be treated with DARBY'S PROPHY
LACJTIC FLUID. It counteracts the
poison, reduces swelling quickly and
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 T>0 cts. per bottle.
Sold by Daurcns Drug Co.
NF WS FROM JONES.
Jon?8, June 16.?Mi?? Nona Riley
ha? finished her school in Lauren:; <
and Ih at home for the vacation.
Misses Jennie Lou and Sarah Mar-i
tin and Isabel Heacham have return-1
ed from Lander College.
The recent change in the nchedule
of the Ware Shoals train Is a great
accommodation to the public. The
trains now leave Ware Shoals 9:10 A.
M., 4:10 P. M., 6:20 P. M and leave
Shoals -Junction 10:50 A. M? 5 P. M..
7 P. M.
We recently bad the pleasure of
meeting Dr. Cooper, of Hkom and Or.
Ii ritt of Princeton.
'ion. and Mrs, J. P. Morrison visited
their daughter, Mrs. Irwin, in Laurens
Mr. Wm. Brissey has accepted a
position with Supervisor McCombs.
Mr. Hermon Mabry, of Cokesbury,
spent Sunday with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Mabry.
Mr. Joe Oulla has a contract for1
hauling with the Gallaghin Co.
Our best wishes accompany Mr. S.
K. Richey and family, who have, moved
Mr. and Mrs. George Shirley, of Ab
beville visited the latters parents Mr.
and Mrs. James Rogers last Saturday.
Mr. N. G. Jones, Jr., visited his bIb
ter, Mrs. E. M. Cain of Laurens last
There will be a barbecue at Ware
Shoals on the 4th?given for the pur
pose of raising money to build a Bap
tist chureh. Several speakers will be
present and a cordial invitation is ex-1
tended to all to attend.
Messrs Walter and Frank Jones have
sown a large crop of peas,
Messrs Algary Bros, IL L. Raser,
Tibie Cochran and Wm. Hutto have
fine crops of corn.
Arthur Hampton (col) has a very
Messrs. J. A. and W. II. Hill have
planted their line bottoms on Saluda
We recently met Mr. James Rogers
or Honea Path, A. R. Thome of Ekom
and Mr. W. A. McCord of Spartanburg.
Mr. J. A. BoggS has sown a large
crop of peas.
Mr. a. L. Graham is our champion
The farmers are exceedingly busy
while the prospect is gloomy on ac
count of failing to get a stanr'. of cot
ton until recently. Yet witli favorable
seasons and a late fall we may get
a fairly good crop.
(/LIT IT! ZE.tlO STOPS
And for Eczema In all Forms, Dan-!
druff, Tetter, etc., H's a Wonder. i
Buy a 2f>c bottle today and prove It.
Al-yl! Stop that violent scratching! j
There is nothing known that will stop
Itching like zemo. One application
stops it instantly, whether the itching
Is on the scalp or on any other part
of the body.
Dandruff is nothing but scalp ecze
ma, and that's why ZK.MO stops dan
For the terrible, raw, fiery eczema
that drives you wild, keeps you awake
nearly all night?for rash, prickly
heat and all inflamed, r/eddened skin
on babies or grown-uph, for Itching
piles, salt rheum,'^or/rawness after
shaving, for any an?/ll sores, ZI0MO
Is a revelation. "
zemo is not a greasy ointment or
paste, but a clean, antiseptic solution
applied to the skin. Try a bottle to
day -end your torture.
"Zrc.MO will cure any case of ecze
ma If tided according to directions."
Dr. G. II. Johnson, Quannah, Texas.
ZI0.MO Is sold in 26c sealed bottles
and guaranteed In Laurens by Lau
rens Drug Co.
FINAL SF.TTLE.il EXT.
Take notice that on the 11th day of
July, I will render a final account of
my acts and dolsgs as Administrator
of the estate of A. W. Seaso, deceased,
in the office. Qf Ihe Judge of Probate
of Laurens county at 11 o'clock, a.
m . and In the same day will apply for
a final discharge from my trusts as
Any person Indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
I meat on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven, or be forever barred.
June 11, 1913.?1 mo.
HERE ARE COMFORT AND STYLE in Women's Summer
Footwear. The handsomest Shoes?the cooiesi Shoes ever made
for the "Good Old Summer Time."
Tan leathers?White Nubuck?
White Canvas. Ties, Pumps and
Sandals. Every Shoe shows the
smart touches of styles and is
splendidly made and strickly
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50 to
Just the Shoes for a Summer Outing. The Woman who goes
away with a pair of our Shoes will be safe from Shoe worry!
We desire to call special attention to our Fitting Service!
Every Shoe we sell is fitted to the foot perfectly by Experienced
Fitters. Test our ability at correct fitting!
CLARDY & WILSON
THE SHOE MEN
? TYLEBSYILLE DOTS. ?
Tylersvllle, Juno i?.-.\ir. Will
Wright Is at home from Clerason col
lege to spend his vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wright.
The fanners of this section are finite
busy after the severe rains of last
Mr. fitiy Poole, of Lamar, S. C, vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poole and
family last week.
Among those who attended the an
nual exhibition at the Thornwell Or
phanage on last Wednesday night were
Misses Lila and Nonnle ('lark, (Jrace
and Fannie Poole and Messrs Floyd
('lark and Furman and Joshua Poole.
All report a fine time
Mr. Miles ('lark, of Clinton, spent
the week-end with relatives and
friends of this section.
Misses (Jrace and Fannie Pooh; were
In Ixiurens Monday.
Mr. .1. S. Cralg spent Sunday with
relatives at Ora.
Mrs. Mary Allison and niece, Miss
Ora Powers, from Maddens, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. I'. Poole
Among those that spent Sunday with
Misses (Jrace and Fannie Poole were
Misses Helen and Julia Tlnsley ami
Eva I loll Is, of Cross Anchor, Li la
Clark and Nina Sumerel, and Me.;srs
Charlton Benjamins and Nlles Clark.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist wilt r?-ttind money l( PAZ*
OINTMKNT fails to cure nny cir*e of Itching
Blind,nieedlnKor Protruding I'ltesln6to Mdnys.
The first application give* Vase and Reat. 50c.
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
Three kinds?Black, Tan and White
Easiest to use?Best for all shoes
At all dealers at the
The F. F. Dalley Co., Ltd.