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"WHAT TO GIVE?"
Is the question that is
WE HAVE THE ANSWER
Our years of experience in
supplying Wedding Gifts that
please will help us to guide
you. Gifts of distinction and
Refinement in Pickard's Hand
Everything desirable in Silver
ware and[Cut Glass.
Rice 20 lbs for $1.00
Amber Cane Seeil to sow
Orange Cane Seed in row
I,i-t us sell you some more
A shipment of Fresh Bread
Flour that will hake or make
a cake is the kind we sell here.
Roasted or (irecn 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 got the feed.
Ice water for our customers.
Put your money in circulation.
Laurens, S. C.
When you feel ^z^t
foils, tired, worried or despondent it is a
-nre sign you need MOTT'S NERVER1NE
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and
make lifo worth living, lie sure and ask for
Mott's Nerverine Pills ?feSiS
wilhams MFG. CO.. Props.. Cleveland. Ohio
LAITREM DRUG CO.
Luarcns. S. C
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
WUl practice in all State Court*,
oiompt attention given to all bumneas.
files! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian rile Ointment will euro
;:llnd, HlecriliiK and ItcliliiR idles. It ab
M>rbs the tumors, allays Itching at once,
nets as a poultice, fclves instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre
pared, for Piles and ItrhhiK of the private
parts. DruffKlsts. mall 50c and $1.00.
?<*IU.IAM8 S?fa CO.. Pfopi., Cleveland. Ohio
LAURENS DRUG tO.
Lanrens, S. C.
M. B. Dial A. C. Todd
DIAL & TODD
..ntcrprlse Bank Building, Laurens, S. C.
PRACTICE |n all COURTS
done) to loan on heal Estate?Long
."tor Weakness and Loss of Appetite
' lie Old Standard Kenrrnl MrciiKtheilinflf tonic,
IlOVB'8 TASTKI.RSS chltl tonic, driven out
nlaria and build* up the system. a true tonic
.:d ?are Appellier. For adult* end children. 50c.
NEWS FROM JONES.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith, of Laurens,'
were here last week.
Dr. G. P. Ncel, of Greenwood, wasj
recently here professionally.
Rev. R. P. Morris will preach here]
2nd Sunday night In July and a cor
dial invitation Is extended to all to |
come and hear him.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gaino, of Laurens,
are visiting the hitters parents, Dr.]
and Mrs. W. T. Jones.
The Union meeting at Walnut Grove |
was largely attended and the address
es wore very much enjoyed.
Mr. Frank Williams has the best
crop of sweet potatoes we have seen,.
Mr. Dan Proctor, of Ninety Six, was
\ip to see his sister, Mrs. Jerry C.
?Martin, last week.
Mr. Thomas Cains, who has been
very seriously 111 in Augusta, return
ed home last Saturday and his friends
hope he may soon be restored to health
Messrs G. B.; W. 13.; and S. C. Riley j
attended the Firemen's Parade at Ab-1
boville and reported a delightful time.
Messrs Walter and Frank Jones |
have some fine young corn.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Major, of Green
wood, recently visited the latter's
parents, Hon. and Mrs. J. F. Morrison.
Wrare Shoals is "making extensive
preparations to royally entertain herj
guests on the 1th and a cordial wel-]
come and charmingly delightful day
awaits nil who honor them with their
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
.1. C. Martin sympathize with them In
the prolonged illness of their son,
Yancey, and hope that he may soon im
Miss Sailie Williams, Who has been
alarmingly ill with Pneumonia, is
There will be a joint picnic, by the
Mason ami Woodmen at Mount Gal
laghar on the Ith Saturday in July.
Hon. George Mower of Xewberry, Wor
shipful 0rand Master, and Hon. R, A.
'Cooper of Laurens, Sonior Grand
Master and other distinguished speak
ers will be present.
* SULPHUR SPRINGS. *
Sulphur Springs, June :10.?We uro
having some line weather at present
for the growing crops, hot days and
nights with a light shower of rain oc
Messrs. .lohn and David Smith were
business visitors in Laurens Satur
Mr. W. 0. Martin spent Friday night
in Laurens with his daughter. Mrs.
Messrs. Geo. A McPherson. J. \V.
Saxon and sons spent Saturday on
the tiver fishing bringing home with
them n fine chance of lish.
.Mrs. 'Carl Fuller and children of
Trinity Ridge, were the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith,
\Mr. Asa Tongue wa sa business vis
itor in Laurens Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. G. O. Teague and chil
dren visited their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. w. s. Benjamin, near Beaver
tLittle Miss Clara Covlngton, who
has been spending severnl days with
her grandmother, Mrs. Martin, has
returned to her home in Laurens. She
was accompanied by little Miss Nellie
Miss Annie Hawkins and Messrs.
Benot Hawkins and Jeo Saxon were
the guests of their aunt, Mrs. J. M
Wlnn, of Laurens, last Sunday.
Mr. Joe Smith, of I^aurens accom
panied by a friend was the guest of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.. Smith,
Mrs. G W. Ii. Teague and grand
daughters, Misses Ruth and Fay Hill,
spent the afternoon with her chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. E. Wr.Tengue,
We are Indebted to Mrs. Geo. A.
McPherson for a recent favor.
10 (1 lb.) packages of Ragle Thistle
Soda for 25 cents at J. C. Burns & Co.
* BETHANY NEWS.
Bethany, Juno 30.?Cotton, corn and
gardens are putting on new life since
Mrs. M. L, Cooper is very sick.
Mrs. .Mel Jones and daughters' vis-1
ited Mrs. M. L. Cooper Tuesday after-1
Miss Iola Bragg visited her grand
father Saturday, Mr. E. E. Guin.
Rev. J. P. Colenian Ailed ills regular
Misses Delia and Anna Burdett of|
the Du ruin section, attended the sing
ing at Bethany Sunday afternoon.
Dials, June 30.?Rev. T. W. Munner
lyn preached in his usual earnest
manner, to a large congregation Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock.
There's a great deal of Hickuess
among our people, now, however, wo
hope for them a speedy recovery.
Miss Eileen Curry is visiting rela
tives In Laurens.
Miss Emma Harris had as her guest
Saturday and Sunday, Misses Kath
leen Sullivan and Mary Belle and
Sarah Babb of Laurens.
Miss Nita Hunter was tho guest of
Miss Kate Curry Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. N . Gray, spent
Saturday night and Suntay with Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Curry. .
Mrs. N. Z. Nabors and children, have
returned to their home in Columbia
after a short visit witli Mrs. Nabors'
mother Mrs. J. S. Brooks.
Mr. Clyde Curry, who lias been tak
ing a post graduate course at Stan
ford Cn'vcrsitty California, is at home
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Curry for the summer months.
Miss liessie Moore of Cnoree is the
guest of Miss Jewel 'Curry this week.
Mr. T. A. Willis is at home now, with
hi smother Mrs. Hattlo Willis.
Mr. Haskell Gray was the guest of
Mr. I). D. Brownleo Sunday.
Miss Luree Aiborcromble had as her
gllOSt Saturday night Miss Clara
Mr. .Marvin Harris, who has been
attending the Charleston Mtdical 'Col
lege is spending his vacation at home.
Miss Nash of Fountain Inn is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Robert Gray.
Mr. .1. R, Brownleo came home Sun
day, form a short visit with his sister
Mrs. w. s. Bolt of Hendersonvlllo.
The Sunday school Convention at
this place Saturday was quite a suc
cess. Tlic odlcors were all present,
ami the occasion was reorganized. A
'number of delegates from their re
spective churches were present, and
all the speakers excepting Mr. C. A.
Cowers and Dr. Aiken. Although their
absence was regreted, their pllties
were ably Idled by Dr. Blitt of Prince
ton and Mr. Gco. Pitts of Laurens.
Mr. R, A. Cooper and Mr. Johnson
made splendid talks on their sub
A bountiful dinner was served pic
nic fashion on the grounds.
GUARANTEED TO STOP
ITCHING AT ONCE
Eczema, Rash, Tetter, Dandruff Dis
appear by Using Reinarkublc /.cum.
Buy a 25c bottle today and prove it.
That itching that drives you nearly
wild, that keeps you awako in agony
all night long, that scalp itching, will
vanish Instantly by using the new
remedy ZEMO. It Is guaranteed.
ZEMO will surprise you as it has
thousands of others "by its remits on
fiery eczema, Sores, rash, tetter,
blotches, inflamed or irritated skin,
pimples, rawnes$ after shaving, all
skin afflictions, ,'sores, blotches, and
itching scalp. It cures dandruff com.
pletely, since dandruff is nothing but
eczema of the scalp.
ZEMO Is wonderfully refreshing to
the skin. It is a clean, antiseptic so
lution, not a paste, cream or oint
ment. The first application gives
blessed relief. ZHMO has been Imitat
ed, but positively never equaled.
"It Is impossible for mo to do Jus
tice in recommending ZEMO, because
words cannot express its wonderful
achievements" R. A. Stlerlin, Supt.
Electrotype Dept., Sanders Engraving
Co., St. Louis, Mo.
ZEMO is sold in 25c sealed bottles
and guaranteed In Laurens by Lau
rens Drug Co.
I CROSS HILL NEWS f
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Crcsu Hi!!, Juno 30.?The party
given by Misses Kate and Anne Aus
tin at "The Oaks" last Wednesday eve
ning was quite a success. A large
number (about 75) of young people
wore present. 'The spacious lawn in
front of their residence was provided
with seats and tables and well lighted.
A number of Japanese lanterns add
ed to the beauty of the scene. The
company was composed of most all
tho young people of the three Sunday
schools in town above 12 years of
age. Tho younger set indulged in
games and romping plays, while the
larger ones strolled around or occu
pied tho comfortable seats in the
grove. A line place for "Cupid" to
get In some darts. An oil stove was
Installed in the grove and its product
was molasses candy which was enjoy
ed In the pulling as well as the cat
ting. Some baskets full of delicious j
plums was in evidence and was also
enjoyed as was also a large urn of
ice tea with glasses and faucet to
make It convenient. At 11:30 when
the guests began to leave each one
was handed an invitation to Join a
bible class school which Miss Kate
wishes to organize to meet every
Thursday at G:30 at some central point
Dr. and Mrs. "Whltesides, of North
Carolina, are visiting Mrs. White
sides brother and sister, Mr. 13. D. and
Miss Ada Itasor. They came in their
Mrs. Sophia Pinson and Miss Wilma
Ramey are visiting in Saluda county.
Mr. D, C. Harmon of this place re
ceived a message saying that 101 ton
Harmon, his son, had died of typhoid
fover. Elton was living with his
brother in Florida and had ben ill sev
eral weosk. The family have the
j sympathy of our people.
Ucv. W. 1). Match ford left a few days
ago to visit his father and family. His
sister is ill with typhoid fever.
Misses Anna. Frances, and Eli/.a
i both Strlbllng oT Walhalla, Mrs. Lucy
Tandy of Oklahoma and Miss Lily
Watson of Glenwood are visiting Mrs.
X. 1. Williams. They came from
Greenwood in n splendid touring cur
with Miss Lily Watson at the wheel.
Six veterans left bore Saturday for
the Gettysburg reunion. W. B. Ful
ler, G. W. Hanna, T. Q. Anderson. R.
F. Hollingswortb, M. L. Nelson and
S. W. Ix)we. All of them were in that
battle except Mr. Lowe. They re
ceived money for their tickets from
(Jen Teague. And the "Daughters" here
supplemented that, with $~..'>o to each
of thom, raised by the people here.
They also gave Mr. Lowe his ticket.
Mr. Fuller, Nelson and Molllngsworth
belonged lo Co. I!. 3rd S. c. Battalion
from bogining of the war.
Messrs llanna and Anderson were
also volunteers from the beginning
and Mr. Lowe served in a calvary Co..
while in Virginia.
? SHlLOn L?TTER. ?
Shiloh, June 30.?Mr. J. C. llellams
lost a milk cow the other day.
.Mr. John McDowell and family
spent the day among friends and rel
atives in Fountain Inn Sunday.
Little Annie Parks, daughter of Mr.
J. P. Parks, of Fountain Inn R. F. D.
No. 1 and Master Fred Alexander, of
Columbia, are spending awhile with
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. Garlington, it is hoped that their
sojourn will be a source of much
Little Dewey Bolt, son of the lato
Jas. W. Bolt, of Barksdale, was a
Sunady visitor with his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hcllams.
A good rain fell here last night.
Sallow complexion is due to a tor
pid liver, DR. M. A. SIMMON'S LIV
ER MEDICINE purifies and strength
ens tho liver, regulates the bowels,
sweetens tho breath an drostores the
ruddy hue of health to the cheeks.
Price 25 cents per package. Sold by
Laurens Drug Company, Laurens, S.
We sell paint ? so wo
must know n good deal about it.
You pay for it, therefore you
ought to know us much or more
than we. Do you know there r.ro
scores of paints on the market
loaded -with adu'.tcrnnts f We do.
That's why wo recommend
Atlantic White Lead
" (Dutch Boy Painter Trade-Mart.)
and urge you to li:ive your painter
mix your paint < 11 the lob. You need no
further guarantee <,r purity when you see
the Dutch Boy Painter < :i a White Lend
package. White lead paint has been the
?tandard for years. It lasts long and
protects the wood thoroughly. Come to
us tor your puint supplies, und
Ask for our Painting Points
containing color schemes and many
helpful painting suggestions.
Better To-day than Yesterday
Better To-morrow than To-day
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Of Quality Groceries
FOURTH OF JULY!
Can Be Patriotic
With An Unappeased Appetite. Our Good Groceries
Will Fire Your Enthusiasm to The Exploding Point!
Most Appropriate for 4th of July Dinners!
TRY THESE-THEY'LL PLEASE!
All kinds of Canned Goods, Crackers, Olives |
and Pickles just the little appetizers
for the Fourth.
W. M. DIAL, Manager
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