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CROSS HILL. NEWS
111, July 28.?The meeting at
^tc/lan Church continued
lu week and closed Sun
Mr. Hollingsworth has |
re who were glad to |
to. hear him preach,
egatlons attended every I
The Binging led by Miss
Plnson, organist, was an in
featuro, the children were
a prominent part and one even
rs. Thomas F. Jones, of Wood
was present and delighted the
egatlon with her singing. Quite
large number of visitors wore In
wn for the meeting.
Mrs. Ousslo McDonald and children
also Mr, Jim Crisp, are with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Li Crisp, for
Miss Irene Dlllard of Clinton was
.guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lea
n last weok.
Isses Fronde and Mabel Llvlng
n of Klnards are visiting fironds
Miss Dollle Cleland of Newberry Is
a visitor hero.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wade visited at
the home of Mr. M. B. Crisp the past
'Mrs. R. F. Wade and daughter, are
spendlgn awhile at Spartanburg and
Master Mlllldge Chappeli of Kinards,
Mb with his aunt, Mrs. J. W. Koon
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hill of Gas
tonla N. C, are with his mother, Mrs.
The Cross Hill base ball team went
over and played the fast Chester team
a game of ball Saturday, Chester win
ning 3 to 1.
* George Pnrks Dead.
. Another veteran has answered his
last roll call on earth. No one knew
jthe deceased bettor than iny self and
"w no one hnew him but to love him. Ho
was, as al friend remarked the day we
laid him qp rest, "A born gentleman,"
and It cad be truthfully said of him,
"He llvedf a life of a gentleman.'" He
Joined tl* Baptist Church at Warrior
Creek duilng the protracted aneetlng
I in 1860.,.and was hurried In baptism
with quite a number of young con
verts. When he arrived at the Age
17 he laid down his school boy
Klhiit and put on a Confederate uni
form and went, fourth to battle for his
Country. Tho Conifederacy claimed
o brayer boy or better soldier than
Geo. Park;. He was true to his coun
try during the war of reconstruc
tion. If It could be said of any that
he did moro to redeem South Carolina
of Carpet^ bag rule, it could be said of
George Parks. Ho wore the eambrlc
Tobe with honor to himself; coun
try and comrades. He was broad In
hla views, true to principles of right
and to his friends. "A Friend."
^ PINE BLUFF NEWS. ?
j Pine Bluff, July 27.?Miss Dora Lip
yford of Jonesvllle, and MrB. Mellie
?MJowe, of Greenwood, visited Mr. R.
6.-Griffin from Wednesday till Friday.
MoHHrn. J. D. and M. O. Bonzman
are visiting Mr. Irvin McDaniel.
The annual Children's Day at Bath
ahara church will be Saturday, August
2nd. Exercises will begin at 10 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holland are
at home after a month's stay with.rel
atives in Greenwood county.
Miss Nora Turner is visiting in
Mrs. Hartwell Cromer 1b on a visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
1 Miss Annie and Mr. J. F. Griffin
?went to Mt. Pleasant last Saturday
to Union Meeting.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST ABOUT IT
There Is a New Remedy that Takes the
Place of Calomel. Recommended aud
Guaranteed by the Druggist*.
The Laurena Drug Co. never sold
a remedy that gave more compete
satisfaction than Dodson's Liver Tone
?a mild vegotable remedy for consti
pation, sour stomach and lazy liver.
Folks who have suffered for years
rather than resort to dangerous cal
omel have found after one trial that
this pleasant-tasting vegetablo liquid
gives them a long sought relief wlth
ont bad after-effects.
DodBon's Llvor Tone is guaranteed
by the I^aurens Drug Co. to be a safe
ilsr^r stimulant and to be absolutely
itarfntcss?-without bad after-effects.
You will Mnd .many persons In this
locality who have tried It and every
user ?rill ?peak a good word for Dod
son's Liver Tone. It livens up a tor
iild liver and makes yon feel fresh,
healthy and clean.
The price of a large bottlo is r>0
cents?money back If not plep.sod. The
success of Dodson's- Liver Tone has
brought many medicines into the Held
that Imitate* its cilrfims, and some have
name very piniilar and package fame
color, but remember Dodson's Liver
Tone 1b guaranteed by Laurens Drug
Co. who will Five you back your money
if you want it.
LANDED NEWS. ? |
Lanford, Jul$T28.?Mr. B. W. John
Bon and, familyv.are visiting at J. D.
Miss Carrie l^ou Illggins is spend
ing the week in Laurens.
Miss R?hle Anderson is the guest |
of Miss Ruth Patterson.
Mr. Harry BroylStln spent the week
end at H. M. Johnson's.
Mr. Jim Crews and wife spent Sun- |
day at T. R. Wolff'a.
Miss Othclla Johnson, who has|
been ?slck is very much improved.
Mr. Karl Brooks and sisters are
visiting nt IT. C. Shore's.
Miss Nellie Wolborn entertained
quite a number of her friends Friday
night. After a number of games, re
freshments were served.
A crowd from hero attended a pic
nic Thursday eve at Mrs. Lou Hunt
er's and a straw ride that night. All
report a Jolly time.
Miss Lillle Willis Is visiting Mrs.
Mr. Charlie Thomas was in Lauorns
Mr. J. B. Hammon was In Woodruff
Saturday on business.
Mr. J. B. Deslf'olds and family, of
Woodruff, wero at J. M. Deshields*.
Mr. E. H. Moore was In Laurens on
Mr. James Fleming and Louie Lan
ford are visiting in Spartanburg.
Capt J. W. Lanford attended the
burial of Mr. George Parks Friday.
They were lifo long friends.
Miss Minnie Lanford spent Sunday
with Miss Othclla Johnson.
Mr. T. It. Wolff, our R. F. D. man,
is off on his vacation. His substitute
T. A. Drummond is carrying the mall
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Eden, July 28.?The crops are look
ing fine through this community now.
T. B. Reeves was the weeV end guest
of his mother, Mrs. Emma -eeves.
Misses Claude and Bruce Gray of
Gray Court, and, Julia Chlldress, of
Laurens spent Friday night with Mrs.
L. R. Brooks.
Mrs. B. W. Martin and daughters,
Misses Lola and Ethel, spent the lat
ter part of the week with Mrs. Law
son Babb. of Fountain Inn.
Mrs. R. W. Nash and children, of
Greenville, are visiting Mr. M. W.
Gray and family this week.
Shlloh, July 28^-Rev. J. M. Friday
assisted his son-in-law, Rev. T. W.
Munnerlyn, last week in the meeting
here. They preached very forcible
Bcrraon.;. There are large numbers
still living hero who can remomber
Rev. Mr. Friday when he supplied Shl
loh 28 years ago. Rev. P. F. Kllgo
came down from Greenville and held
the quarterly meeting on Saturday.
Mr. Sam Owings and family spent
Saturday night with Mr. W. M. Arm
strong and family.
Mr. Henry Abercromie of Clintln Is
spending awhile with his brother, Mr.
C. W. Abercromble.
Mr. W. S. Chestien and family, of
Laurens Mill, spent Saturday night
with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Chestien.
be good to
Keep the face attractively young,
ra Ute Nyal'a Face Cream (with per*
?'.1 oxide), it'a antiseptic end being
? greaaeteae ia readily absorbed by the
akin. Though Nyal'a Face Cream ta
vastly auperior to ell others, it costs
no more than the rest. Yea, it'a juat
the right thing for chapped skin,
cracked s, freckles, tan end sun
burn. Particular peopte insist on
M ge'hng Nyal'a Face Cream?it'a bet*
$j ter theo the rest.
?;j Then, too?the odor of Nvafs Face
v-i Cream is dainty and delicately refined.
' -J Nyal'a Face Cream cleanses the pores,
nourishes the skin end leaves it soft
and velvety. Thousands of women
and men who know through experi
ence, say: "For your complexion**
sake use?Nyal'a race Cream." It'a
aold in two sizes?25 and 50
cents. Get this delightful
.. t:; - ,^ cream at our store. We
have the Nyal agency.
,v'?'-/.';>.. Take home a j.r
lt*? soothing tO
LAITKEXS DUCJCI CO.
Mt. Olive, July 28.?This section was
visited by a much needed ruin Sat
urday. Crops are looking somewhat
The protracted meeting began hero
Sunday. The pastor, Tiro. Waters, la
doing the preaching himself.
A large number of people from this
place attended tho picnic, given by
the fraternal societies, at Mt. Galla
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Washington, of
Belton, are visiting relatives and
friends in this community.
Mrs. Anna Hobo and Uttel daughter,
Sarah, of Renno, visited relatives here
Mr. W. E. Washington, after spend
ing several days at home returned to
his work tu Salisbury, N. C. today.
Misses E, L. Martin and Tillman
O'Dell, of Ware Shoals, spent Sunday
with homefolks here.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Madden, of Boyd's
Mill, spent Sunday at Mr. J. H. Cul
Mr. Lonn'e Culbertson, of Ekom,
spent Sunday with Mr. George Cooper.
Mr. A. L. Baldwin and little sons.
Lewis and Paul, of Rock Hill, are
visiting friends and relatives In this
Mr. P. C. Guess, of Ware Shoals, vis
ited Mr. W. L. Cooper, Sunday.
Rev. William Duckworth, of Honea
Path spent last week with his brother,
Mr. Thomas Duckworth.
Miss Mollie Culbertson visited her
aunt, Mrs. W. A. Traynham, of the
Friendship section last week.
Mrs. F.lwyn Klledge and children,
of Poplar Springs section, visited at
Mr. L. S. Cooper's Sunday.
At the home of Rev. J. L. McLin
last Wednesday morning, Miss Minnie
Madden, of Greenwood, was married
to Mr. W. I2arle Madden, of the Holly
Grove section of this county. Mr. Jno.
W. Madden, the groom's brother, ac
companied them here. The bride Is
the daughter of Mr. Walter Madden
and the groom is the Bon of Mr. Lewis
Madden. The young people have nu
merous friends who are interested in
Jno. W. Fenruson C, C. Feathers
W. B. Kniffht
PEROCJON, PBATHBR8TONE & KM
Attorneys at Law
Lawns, S. C,
Prompt and canrafal attention gj?
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
When you feel ^
trous, tired, worried or despondent i a
?ure sign you need MOTTS NERVEE
PILLS. They renew the normal viged
make life worth living. De sure and
Mart's Nerverine Pills g'S??.
WfIMAMS MFC CO.. Prop*., Ciovelan^o
LAUBEhd DRUG CO.
Laurons. S. C
Dr. T. L. Timmernli
People's Bank Buildi
Laurens, S. C.
State of South Carol) na,
County of Laurens.
COURT QF COMMON PLEAS.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company,
Q. Wash Hunter, et al.,
Pursuant to order of the Court of
Common Pleas for Laurens County,
South Carolina, in the above stated
cause, directing mie to call in creditor
of the defendant O. Wash Hunter, to
take proof of their claims and ascer
tain the amounts due the said credit
ors, a reference will be held at the
office of Simpson, Cooper & Babb, at
Laurens, S. C, on the 18th day of Aug.
1913, at thoxhour of 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, ands>rT'creditors of tho said
G. Wash Hunter are notified to appea
before me to establish their claims
cald date, or be forever barred.
R. E. Babb,
52-3t Special Referee
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous sys
I tem and causod trouble with your kid
neys and bladder? Have you pains 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 PlUa will
cure you?Drusfelst, Price 60c.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Pros*.. CleT.Und.OW?
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens. 8. C
Summer Clearing Sale
Is exactly what the name implies. It is an absolute dosal of all small
lots and balances of Spring and Summer Goods f ronvery department
of our store. We have cut prices to the very bone tclear out small
lots and no one can afford to turn down this Money-Sing opportunity.
Our summer season is virtually over. You have maiiiot weeks ahead
in which to utilize these Wonderful Bargains. Compw and get your
JUST A FEW SPECIALS
MANY MORE LIKE THE
Special for Thursday!
2,000 yards of 38-inch Sea Island to be sold at
Sacrifice. Clearance price per yard
An extraordinary bargain in
27-inch Embroidery Flounce
that we are selling at.23
Some of that excellent white
India Linen Lawn left that
we are going to close out at .10
We have some extradordinarily
line bargains in Children's
Dresses Better see these and
8><c. value, only
of Draingham, the very best
20 ya? a customer, per yard
Bargains in Shoes
36 pairs of best quality Ladies,
gun metal Pumps, regular
value $2.50, sale price-1.98
A complete stock of Men's,
Women's and Children's
summer Footwear that have
been reduced to rock-bottom
prices. Its a long time be
fore winter shoes are needed
so buy now for the coming
of Table Linens
selling fast because
cheap. Hurry up
iey are all sold.
Owing to lack of Space we can't begin to meixi
gains that's being offered in every department
jave left about 2,000
fine quality Apron
that have sold for
rid 81-2c. We are
this at onlv.05
and come and buy your Goods and save money
THE BIG BARGAI
io je many Bar
don't miss it,
N'ouble to show
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LAU RENS, SOUTH CAIIOINA