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Colombia Minister Dead.
Oolunibia, July 13?The Rev. Wil
liam Carter Lindsay, pastor emeritus
of the First Baptist church, died here
tonight at 9:15 .^o'clock. He was ?ho
oldest Baptist minister in South Caro
lina, and for over 30 years was pas
tor of the First Baptist church here.
He was born February IB, 1S40 and
tmjarried Miss Margaret Steen, of
Greenville. He attended the Southern
Baptist Theological Seminary at the
time it was located in Greenville.
FOR THE HAIR
hair made?fluffy?soft?abundant and
radiant with life at once. Use Parisian
Sage. It comes in 50c. bottles.
The first application removes dandruff,
stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair, takes
away the dryness and bjrittleness, increases
the beauty of the hair, making it wavy
Everyone needs Parisian Sage.
LAUHENS DRUG CO.
_Laurens, S. C._
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tem and caused trouble with your kid
neys and bladder? Have you pulns In
loins, side, back and bladder? Have you
a flabby appearance of the face, and un
der the eyes? A frequent desire to pass
urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will
cure you?Druggist, Prlco 60c.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*.. CUreUnd. Oh??
LAUBENS DRUG CO.
Lanrens, 8. C.
Take notice that on the 18th day of
July, I will render a final account of
my pets and doings as Administrator
of the estate of Mary L Curry, de
ceased, in the office of the Judge of
Probate of Laurens coutny at 11
o'clock, a. m., and on the same day
will apply for a final discharge from
iny trusts as Administrator.
Any persons indebted to said estate
are notified and required- to make pay
ment on that date; and ail persons
having claims against said estate will
1 resent them on or before said date,
duly proven, or be forever barred.
J. C. GRANT,
June 18, 1913.?1 mo.
When you feel
vour,, tired, worried or despondent it is a
sure sign you need MOTT'S NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and
make life worth living. Be sure and ask tor
Mott's Nerverine Pills RfesSiS
WUUAMS MFG. CO.. Props.? Cleveland. Ohio
LAUREftS DRUG CO.
Laurens. S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will euro
Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab
sorbs the tumors, allays ftchlng at once,
acts as a poultice, gives Instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre
pared for Piles and itching of the private
parts. Druggists, mail 50c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MPQ. CO., Props.. Cleveland, Ohio
LAURENS DRUG vA>.
Laarens, S. C
N. B. Dial ' A. C. Todd
DIAL & TGDD
Attorney* at Law
Enttn iKlse Bank Bulldfog, Laurens, S. C.
'"^EKACTICE IN ALL COURTS
ittonej to loan on Real Estate?Long
SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS.
$?1,000.00 20-year coupon six (6) per
cent, bonds of School District T o.
17, Laurens County, South Carol! a.
Notice is heroby given that tho \.n
dersigned, as Trustees of School Dis
trict No. 17, of Laurens County, the
Ptato of South Carolina, are author
ized and hereby offer for sale $4,000.00
20-year coupon bonds of the said
School District in denominations of
$500.00, 'hearing interest at six (8)
percent, per annum, and payable send
annually. Bonds will/be dated July
All bids must he Sealed and filed
with W.. A. Baldwin, Secretary of the
I Board of Trustees by or before 12
o'clock noon of Tuesday, July 29, 1913,
at the office of the County Superintend
ent of Education, at Laurens Court
House, South Carolina, at which time
and place the bids will be opened.
. Bach hid must he accompanied by a
certified check for $100 to Insure good
ffalth and consideration. The tfatfd
Trustees reserve the right, to reject
any and all bids for said bonds.
??' By order of the Board of Trustees,
R. M. Wasson, Chairman,
J. W. Kellett,
' / W. A. Baldwin, Secretary.
J-'ly 1st, 1913. 51 -It
THE BALKAN STATES
STILL IN TURMOIL
Greeks, Servians, Roumanians and
Turks hnTe Turned upon the Hul
garians and Tierce Fighting Contin
London, July 13.?The Balkan states
appear to be again In the melting pot.
There is no sign of peace at present.
Greece and Servln hnvo declined to
agree to an armistice. The Turkish
army is advancing by forced marches
from Tchatalja and Bulalr apparently
with the consent of Greece and Ser
Vla to attempt the recapture of Adrian
ople and Thrace.
Boumania is said to be proceeding
to occupy a much larger extent of
Bulgarian territory than she previously
claimed and Greece is burning to
avenge the Bulgarian massacres, con
cerning which horrifying details con
tinually appear in official reports is
sued from Athens and Saloniki. Ac
cording to these reports ears and lin
gers of Greek women still bearing ear
rings and rings were found In the
pockets of Bulgarians.
There is still talk of Russian inter
fering and it is reported from St.
Petersburg that the powers in con
cert have notified the sublime ?orte
they will not permit military opera
tions beyond the Enos Midla line fixed
by the London conference.
Xo fresh fighting is reported and
it appears that rumors regarding a
revolution in Sofia, are without foun
The Bulgarian government accuses
Greece of circulating false accounts
of Bulgarian atrocities with a view of
preparing the ground for future terri
torial claims and expresses itself as
willing to submit the whole matter to
an International Investigation. In
Bulgarian otficial circles in London,
it is announced that an agreement has
been reached With Turkey to regard
the Enos-Midia line as a provisional
frontier pending final delimitation by
the international commission.
By Forced Marches.
Constantinople, July 13.?The Tchal
talja and Bolair armies aro advancing
by forced marches and already have
occupied Tchorlu without oposltion,
The Bulgarians have evacuated Ro
KB EN N OTES.
>Eden, July 14.?The Woodmen of
the Magnolia Cam]), number one hun
dred and fifty-Six, will give their an
nual picnic at Wham Lawn Friday,
August the first.
T. B. Beeves of Greenville spent the
latter end of the week With Iiis moth
er, .Mrs. Emma Beeves.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Gray were in
'Clyde Hipp of M.onntvlllo visited Ids
father last week.
Mr. P. W. Mahaffoy was In Foun
tain Inn Saturday on business.
Miss Marcelle Babb of Fountain Inn
spent a few days last week with
Misses Bulah and Annie Mae Ann
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Babb spent Sat
urday night with Mr. and Mrs. Dr.
Miss Sue Gray and little Cray Hipp
spent a few days in Lauren8 last week
visiting Mr. J. A. Armstrong and fam
Mr and Mrs. L. A. ArmstrcilR spent
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. \1 W.
Mr. C. V. Hipp was in Greenville
Wednesday on business.
Miss Jenovee Babb spent Saturday
night with Miss Sallie Brownleo.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of the qualified electors and
free-holders residing In Scuffletown
school district No. 2, Laurens county,
South Carolina, asking for an election
upon the question of voting a 4 mill
tax upon the property In said school
district to be used for school purposes,
have been filed with the county board
of education, an election Is hereby
ordered upon said question, said elec
tion to be held on the 2nd day of Au
gust, 1913, at Musgrove School House.
In snid district, under the management
of the trustees of said school district.
Only such electors its return real
or personal properly lor taxation and
who exhibit their tajf receipts and
registration certiflaa/es as required In
the general election shall be allowed
Those favoring the I mill tax shall
vote a ballot containing the word
"YEW written or printed thereon.
Those against the 4 mill tax shall vote
a ballot containing the word "NO"
written or printed thereon. Polls
shall open at the hour of S o'clock in
the forenoon and shall remain open
until the hour of i o'clock In the af
ternoon when they shall bo closed, and
the ballots counted.
The trustees shall report the result
of the election to the county auditor
and county superintendent of educa
tion within ten days thorenftor.
GBO. L. PITTS,
?l-2t By order of County hoard.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst esses, no innttcr of how longstanding,
are cured by tlie wonderful, old relinlilc Dr.
l'orter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieved
Paifl and Heals at the same time 25c, Joe, J1.00
Rabun, July 14.?Mrs. Dora Babb, of
Eden section, spent several days last
week with Mrs. Stewart Mabon.
Miss Edna Owens visited Miss Uphu
Martin of Eden section Saturday night
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Saxon and little
daughter, Sarah, were visiting Mr.
Thad Holt and family of 1 Ionen Path
Mr. T. E. Babb was a visitor In
?Miss Hazel Bolt was tho visitor of
Mls.ios Vera and Alleine Baldwin Sun
Mr. Laurenee Mabon was In Green
ville Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Walter Gray and family of
?Eden section spent Sunday with Mr.
H. II. Mahon and family.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Babb spent Sat
urday night with Dr. and Mrs. Beason
of Eden community.
Mr. Truman Roper of Laurens Is
visiting this week in Rabun commun
Mr Sloan Mabon was in Laurens
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard AbercrombIj
of Hendersonville section visited Mrs.
Melonla Abercrombie Sunday.
Mrs T. F. Babb spent Monday with
Mrs. Nancy Owens.
'Miss Rucla Wolff is visiting Mrs.
McKelvey of Tumbling Shoals this
* WARRIOR CREEK. ?
Warrior Creek, July 13.?Crops In
our community are looking fine; In
fact, "pnssersby" say the best they
have seen in the county.
Our protracted meeting begins on
the fourth Saturday evening. Choir
practice fourth Saturday morning be
ginning at nine o'clock with dinner on
Mrs. ,T. M. Lea of Burton and broth
er, Mr. Pluss Rlddell spent Sunday
with their undo, Mr. James Entrekin.
Misses Sarah Wolf and Grace Dc
Shiclds <>r Lanford spent tho week
end with Miss Caroline Fowler.
Miss Marvic Brownloe of Laurens
visited Miss Etta Brownlee recently.
Miss Zelma Chlldross entertained the
1!. V. P. U. society llrsl Saturday af
ternoon. After devotional exercises
delicious ice cream and cake was serv
ed by Miss Childless and h?r mother,
Mrs. John Childless.
Miss Mary Blanche Jolly of Spar
tanburg rdturned to her home yester
day after a two weeks visit with her
grandmother, Mrs. Mary Brownlee
Mr. Bascom Brownlee and little
Mary Blanche spent Saturday night
with their aunt Mrs. Calvin Knight
Misses Lucia and 1011a Mae Adams
Of Fountain Inn are the attractive
guests of Mis.s Ruth Martin.
Mr. C. A. Jolly, of Spartanburg and
Mr. Zealous Knight of Barksdale,
spent Sunday with Mr. Bascom Brown
Miss Anna Rhodes and brother,
Marvin spent the week-end with Mr.
Miss Ruth Martin returned Saturday
from a two weeks' stay in Laurens.
Mr. W. B. Martin of Dials is boring
a well at the church this week All
who are interested in tho cemetery
are requested to meet on Wednesday
before the fourth Sunday, for the pur
pose of cleaning off the cemetery.
I. AN FORD NEWS.
Lanford, July 14. Miss Robin Pat
terson Is visiting in Woodruff this
Miss Nora Cannon is in Spartan
burg visiting friends and relatives.
Mrs. Edd Cunningham of Augusta,
Oa., Is the guest of Mrs. W. D. Patter
Mr. II. M. Johnson wag In S-partan
Mrs. W. E. Thomas has returned to
her home in Anderson after a month's
stay with her parents, here.
Mr. Charlie and Pauline Waklrep
are visiting their grandparents ?t
Miss Andrle Franks Is spending
Some time in Spartanburg with her
sister, Mrs. P. A. Thomas.
Capt. J. W. Lanford was a visitor
In Woodruff Sunday afternoon.
Rev. Justus filled Iiis regular ap
pointment here Sunday afternoon.
Miss Mollle was in Laurens Wednes
day on business.
Master James and Dervy Patterson
were, business visitors to Laurens
Mr. C. C. Hembree and daughters
were in Laurens shopping Friday.
Miss Otholla Johnson spent Sunday
with Miss Minnie Lanford.
The many friend- of Miss tattle
La.iford are glad to goo hor out again
after ati attack of mcaslos.
Dials, July 14.?The Fourth passed
)ff quietly here, a crowd of our
young people and their elders too, en
joyed an outing and tlsh fry at Babb's
Mrs. Blackwell, and children of Ala
bama, are visiting Mrs. Black well's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Curry.
Miss Cecil Owens, has returned from
a pleasant visit at Piedmont, where
She was the guest of Miss Cobb.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owings, and
children of Fountain inn, spent Sun
day with Mrs. H. Y. Simmons and
Mrs. W. C. Brownlee, and children,
are visiting relatives In Greeevl'lo.
Mrs. Roberts, and children of Black
burg, are visiting Mr. Ambrose Hold
er and family this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells Clurdy and Mr.
and Mi s. Brooks'Childl ess, of Laurens.
were the guests of Mrs. I,. S. Brooks
Miss Grace Owings was the guest ot
Miss Lilly Thomason Saturday night.
'Miss Sal lie Brownlee had as her
guest Saturday night Miss Jenovce
Babb of Eden.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Cray are visiting
Mr. MUlford Cheek and family of
Mr. Charlie McCall of Greenville,
came home Sunday on a short visit
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gray and Miss
Deola Hellams of Shlloh, spent Sun
day with Mrs. J. B. Brownlee and
Mr. Eugene Abercromble of Honea
Path, Is visiting relatives here.
Mr. M. V. Holder visited Mr. .1. S.
Holder and family Sunday.
Mr. Boy Gray, of Grray Court, spent
several days last week with Mr. W. L.
Miss Edna Owens of Rabun, and
Miss Luree Abercromble, were the
quests Saturday night of Misses Ar
pha and Vena Martin.
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? MOCNTVILLE NEWS. ?
Mount\ ilh>. ,luly 1 I. -Another mar
riage ot much interest in this commun
ity, was that of Mr. Jno, T. Stokos of
this place to Miss Verna Clink- < ale. of
Abbeville, which took place on last
Wednesday at the home of the bride's
parents. Those accompanying Mr.
Stokos from this "dace to his marriage,
were his brother Frank Stokes, his
sisters, Mrs. Mills Hunter and Miss
Rutil Stokes and Miss Elizabeth Mit
chell. Immediately after do ceremony
the bride and groom left for Lake
Toxaway and other points In 'Jie "Land
of tlie Sky." Mr. and Mrs. Stokes are
expected home today, and the many
friends of Mr. Stokos will welcome his
bride with delight.
Miss Lyl Culbertson or C:os* Hill
with her friends, Mrs. Dr. Bnscom,
of Temple, Gn., are visiting the family
of Mr. S. J. Basor.
Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Langley of
Camp Hill Ma., ami Misses Lucy and
Mabel Terry of Tenn , drove through
last week from Camp Hill In Dr. Lang
ley's car, ami are on a visit to the
family of Mr. .1. M. Simmons.
Miss Edith Toaguo returned last
wck from Camp I IUI, where she has
been attending school, coming through
in Dr. Langley's car.
Mrs. Dr. .1. S. Cook and her daugh
ter, Miss Julia Cook of Camp Hill, Ala ,
are visiting Mrs. J. S. Winobrenner.
The new home of Mr and Mrs. Wino
brenner has been completed and they
have moved In.
Mr W E Crisp has given a contract
to Mr. E. B. Pnson to erect a hand
some dwelling on the vacant lot re
cently purchased from Dr. Fuller.
The building committee hope to be
able to begin work on the now school
building by August 1st.
Mr. J. Anderson Jones had the mis
fortune to loose a valuable mulo last
Sunday afternoon, being struck by
Protracted services, conducted by
Rev. E. C. Watson of Simpsonville, are
being held In the Baptist church this
Some Schedule Changes.
Announcement has boon a.ado by
the Columbia, Nowborry & Laurons
railroad of important changes in
schedule. Effective Sunday, July 13,
train 52 will leave <'olumbia at 11:20
a. in. instead of 11:35 OT now and will
arrive at Newborry jr 1:0(1 and l*'iu
rong at 2:20p. m. Gffidor this arrange
ment change can he made at Laurens
for Spartunburg, so as to catch the
Carolina Special at Spartanbiirg.
Train 61, Sunday only, will leave
Laurens at "?:3.r> p. m. Instead of C,:'.'.:>
and wil arrive In Columbia at 8:38 p.
m. instead of 9:38.
Train 53 will leave Laurens ar 2
o'clock in the afternoon Instead Of
2:05, no change being made in the
gchedulo south of Clinton, arriving
here at the same hour, 1:55,
3. C. BURNS & co:s
Big Department Store.
210 West Laurens St. Laurens, South Carolina
l'et'J/ttps n hit imi> in r ?>/? n flvo /his not Invntloil
yotirhoino, httt If they shoultftthoy would got nil
of your money nml vnltitthlof*. I)<> not ho ono
of thoso wh<? loolt tho ?tiihlo itftov the- hovno in
(gotte, hut put yottv inonoy whoi'o propurntloits
hnvo ho on tiitulo for ftrotootltifx It, not only from
fivo un<l hurfflttry, hut \\rom your own oxtmvm
tlfrunoo* It will he S.AI'/v In our hnnli.
ix) vouu it.\ xi<i\<; \vmi us.
Wo pny -1 poi% oetit intorost oompotmdoil
Red Iron Racket
WAIT AND WATCH FOR THE
When Burns Says Its a Sale?Its a
Sale. The Day and Date will soon
be named. Get yourself ready, fill
up the Old Wallet. Believe me,
theire will be some goods sold when
this BIG SALE opens at
JV. It. 1)1 A K, I'vos.
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Another shipment of those special
numbers in Ladies' Silk Hosiery in Black
and White at 50 cents.
Also White and Black Silk Lisle at
25 cents per pair.
Special value in White Goods in plain
and fancy weaves, nice light textures for
hot weather wear.
Heavy yard-wide all Linen Skirting
Cash at 25 cents per yard.
Yard-wide Apron Linen from 10 cents
W. G. WILSON & CO. i