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FIFTH WEEK OF MEETINGS
Sunday, July 3rdL 8:15 p. m.
The Road to The Heavenly <ftly- Are You On It?
The Rights of
Seven Seals of Rev.
VI. from A. D. 30
to A. D. 1913.
Wednesday, Aug. 8:15 p. m.
Importance of Walking in The Light. /
Thursday, Aug. 7tk 8:15, p.
Friday, Aug. 8th, 8:15 p. m
The World's Greatest Enterprise.
Sunday, Aug. 10th, 8:15 p.m.
Seal of God and The Maijk of The Beast.
The Holy Scriptures are
Abjle) to Make Thee Wise
th which in Jesus Christ.
are being Benefited.
Dijnt't Miss One Subject.
Good Music. Seats for
all. 1 Tell Your Friends
Be Not Deceived
About Soda! 1
There are people who say soda-water is bad for the diges
tion. Maybe SOMK soda is. It's all in the' making.
If pure carbonated water is used, what's fetter than
that? If flavors are made of ripe, sound, healthy
fruit, what's better than these? The human system
needs a certain quantity of liquids to keep it in good
running order. It needs, too, the juices of fruits.
Our soda is the most wholesome thing you can drink.
POWE DRUG COMPANY ?
On The Square
Laurens, South Carolina
Read what Cardul did for Miss Myria Engter, of
Farlbault, Minn. She says: " Let me tell you how much
good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had
to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was
so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a
bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had
taken a few doses, I began to feel better.
Today, I feel as well as anyone can/'
Are you a woman ? Then you are subject to a large
number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women,
which, In tune, often lead to more serious trouble.
A tonic is needed to help you Jver the hard places, to
relieve weakness, headache, and otpr unnecessary pains,
the signs of weak nerves and over-work.
For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic.
Yo? will never regrit it for it will certain y help you.
Ask your druggist about It He knows. He sells it
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NEWS FROM JONES.
Jones, July 28.?Messrs. Beacham
and Riley, Jim Williamson and Win.
Eingleton recently sold cotton at
Mr. Hob Henderson, of Branchville,
is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ii. L. Henderson.
Mr. W. H. Hill has a very fine colt.
Mr. Clifton Anderson, of Green
wood, was in our midst last week.
The friends of Mr. Willie Kn'ght, Mr.
W. H. Hughes and Master Fred Mar
tin Will be pleased to learn that they
Mr. B. C. Graham, of Greenwood,
formerly of this place. Is visiting rel
atives and friends.
We recently had the pleasure of
meeting our good friend, Mr. Jas. Bald
win, of Due West.
There are several stray cows In Dr.
Jones* pasture which the owners are
requested to call for.
A protracted meeting is in progress
at Walnut Grove, conducted by the
pastor, Rev. Mike McGee, assisted by
Rev. Mr. Mitchell. Everybody is cor
dially invited to attend.
Rev. Win. Buzhardt, of Hodges,
preached here yesterday to an appre
Mr. Walter Jones visited Ilonca
Path last Friday.
Mr. Jas. Clardy, of Laurens, is vis
iting relatives here.
Mr. Jas. Jones visited his daughter,
Mrs. Willie Knight, yesterday.
The recent showers have revived
Mr. G. L. Graham has a fine crop of
Rev. R. F. Morris, of Princeton, will
meet hi3 appointment bore on the 2nd
?3m day night In August.
The Masons and Woodmen had a
joint picnic at Mt. Gallagher last Sat
urday. Dr. W. T. Jones presided, Rev.
J. M. Dallas opened with prayer and
Hon. W. H. Cobb of Columbia, Hon. R.
A. Cooper, of Laurons, and Col. J. H.
Wharton, of Waterloo, delivered able
instructive and eloquent addresses.
The attendance was large and every
one enjoyed tho delightful occasion.
We recently had the pleasure of
'meeting the following friends; Messrs.
Wade Plnson and Hud Royd, of Ekonv
Sheriff OwingS, Jas. Clardy and Hunch
Power, of Laurens, and S. R. Williams
of Culbertson'8 Mill.
* RIALS. ?
Dials, July 28.?Fishing seems to be
in order here. Several parties went
last week and all report a nice outing
with plenty of fish. Some of our
young people are agitating the move
ment for an outing at Tumbling
Shoals, In the near future
Miss Julia 'Childless, of Laurens,
and Misses Claud and Bruce Gray, of
Gray Court, spent the week-end with
their grandmother, Mrs. L. S. Brooks.
Miss Ruth Curry is visiting relatives
Miss Fannie Brownleo has returned
from a short visit with Mr. V. C. Hcl
lams and family, of Laurens.
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Gray spent
Thursday with Mr. N. L. Gray and
Miss Sallle Cheek, of Princeton, is
visiting relativer here.
Mr. T. A. Willis, and Master John
Willis spent Wednesday with Mr. 1).
Misses Kate and Eileen Curry and
\Tv. Stat? Curry spent last Sunday with
M'ss Luclle Cox, near Bramlette.
Misses Marie and Mattie Simmons
are visiting their sister, Mrs Smith
Boyd, at Greenwood.
Mr. James Roberson, of Honea Path,
, is visiting his parents now.
Miss Jewel Curry Is the guest thil
week of Miss Bessie Moore, of Enoree.
Mr. C F. Brooks returned to Lau
rens Monday after a short visit with
On Sunday afternoon at the church
hero. Instead of the regular pastor.
Rev. J. K. McCain preached an cs- j
pecially good sermon to a line congre
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harris and
Children spent Sunday with Mr. D. D.
Harris and family.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the People's Loan A
Exchange Bank, of Laurens, will be
held In the otllces of the bank on Au
gust 20, 1013, at 11 A. M.
C. W. Tune, Cashier.
Card of. Thanks.
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to our many friends who have
been so faithful during my sickness
and the rlckness and weath of my
daughter, Ellen. Words cannot ex
press our appreciation of the many
kind deeds and words done us .luring
our bereavement. May the God who
has been so near me fln my trials
ever guide and blQSB ? ic . one of you.
T. Austin Willis and Family.
GRAY COUNT NEWS.
Gray Court, July 28.?Miss Ethel
Willis has just returned from ft visit
to friends at Corouaca.
? Mr. J. Frank Dorroh, of Moores' Ule,
N. C, Is spending some time with
friends and relatives hero
Miss Alleene Willis Is visiting rela
tives in Woodruff this week.
Mr. William Byrd of the county was
In town Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. J, M. Friday have
been the guests of their daughter, Mrs
T. W. Munnerlyn, for the past week.
We are glad to see Mr. T. A. Willis
on the streets again after a few weeks
illness with typhoid fever.
Dr. W. B. Patton and Mr. Melton or
Cross Anchor attended the Masonic
Picnic here Saturday.
Mr. Geo. T. Bryan of Greenville was
among the Masonic guests for their
annual picnic Saturday.
Mr. W. H. Drummond and son, Toy,
of Lanford were In town Saturday at
tending the Masonic feast.
From what can be learned tomorrow
will end the new county proposition in
Laurens county, so far a* Woodruff Is
concerned. While some have changed
from "Agin It" to stand for it, there
are still some turning from for it to
"Agin if. Somo think that It will be
close while some of the old politicians
arc sure It will be defeated hy a large
On Thursday July the 24th at Wood
ruff, Miss Carrie Jessie Rogers and Mr.
A. C. Shell were married. Miss Rogers
had been visiting thore for some time
and Mr. Shell drove over Thursday ev
ening, had the knot tied and returned
home Friday morning. Miss Rogers Is
the daughter of Dr. Chas. E. Rogers
and very popular In society hero. Mr.
Shell 1;-, the youngest son of the lato
Edwin T. Shell and a prosperous young
fanner. The couple have the best
wishes of the community.
* Poplar Snrlnar Dots. *
Poplar Springs, July 2S.?We had a
fine rain last night and everything
looks flourishing this morning, for
which w<> aro thankful.
The chain gang came into this com
munity a day or two ago and did a
good piece of work just opposite Ml".
J. R. Elledgo's residence, in widening
the road. There Is a groat deal more
Of the same kind of work needed be
tween here and Ware Shoals, as there
arc places where two buggies cannot
pass. Thore are getting to be so
many automobiles that it will be nec
essary to have wider roads. We would
be glad if the supervisor would go
over the road from here to Ware
Shoals and have the road straighten
ed in some places.
Mrs. Eugene Simpson spent the lat
ter part of the week In Greenwood
visiting her sisters, Mrs. Arnold and
Mrs. Walter Cork.
All who are interested In the ceme
tery at Poplar Spring church are re
quested to meet Thursday, the 31st,
for the purpose of cleaning it off.
Misses Grace Simmons and Annie
Odell and Mr. Fred Odell visited at
Ware Shoals last Wednesday.
Miss Nellie Llpford, from near
Shoals Function, is visiting the Misse.;
Agnes and'Mary Simpson.
Rid Your Children of Worms.
You can change fretful, Ill-tempered
children into healthy, happy young
sters, b yrlddlng them of worms. Tos
sing, rolling, grinding of teeth, cry
ing out while alseep, accompanied
with intense thirst, pains in the atom*
ach and l>owels, feverishness and bad
breath, are symptoms that indicate
worms. Kldkapoo Worm Killer, a
pleasant candy lozenge, expels the
worms, regulates the bowelsfl restores
your children to health and happiness.
Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of Elgin, 111., says:
"I have used Klckapoo Worm Killer
for years, and entirely rid my children
of worms. I would not be without it."
Guaranteed. All druggists, or by mall.
Price 25 cents. Klckapoo Indian Medi
cine Co., Philadelphia and St. I>ouls.
N. B. Dial A. C. Todd
DIAL & TODD
Attorney;* at Law
Enterprise Bank Building, l.aurens, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Money to loim en Real Estate?Long
FOR THE HAIR
hair made?fluffy?soi\J-abundant and
radiant with life at'o/cc. Use Parisian
Sage. It comes in 50c. bottles.
The first application removes dandruff,
stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair, takes
away the drynessand brittleness, increases
the beauty of the hair, making it wavy
Everyone needs Parisian Sage.
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Influences nt the lowest possiblo cost."
RESULT i It is to-day with its faculty of 0*2, a boarding patronago of 328,
lti studc.it body of 400, and its plant worth $140,000
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