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Put Your Money
In a New Home
this year and make it earn
you happiness and content
ment Can't get away from
the fact that the home is
the mainstay of this great
country of ours and never
will there be n time you can
buy the kind of lumber we
are selling fer less money.
Betters start planning early
so as to get the ground bro
ken before the frost is out.
We're ready any time to talk
about your lumber needs.
Augusta Lumber Co.
"Buy of the Maker."
FLOUR and COFFEE
Fifty cents jut barrel off on Flour.
Nice fresh stock of neu Patent Flour
to sell you.
Old price $0.00 per barrel.
New price $5.50 per barrel.
Coffee live cents per pound cheaper.
Old price 26c per ponnd.
New price 20c per pound.
A freed stock of fresh roasted Coffee
and sound green Coffee to select from.
Me have all i^zcs of Mule and
Horse Shoes, prices made to sell.
Fresh stock of good Bread Corn .Meal
JJall Fruit Jars, in quarts and half
gallon sizes?see us.
Ice Water for our customers.
Laurens, S. C.
No matter what you have
used, try Mustang Liniment
and see for yourself how soon
it stops pain. It don't sling
or burn the flesh but soothes
and heals soon as applied.
Pain simply can't stay if you
The Great Family Remedy fj
QUICKL Y RELIEVES
Cuts, Burns, Backache,
and all other ailments of
Man and Beast.
Since 1848 the foremost
'Pain 'Rplicver of the South.
25c. SOe.. $1 a bottle
?t Drug und C?enci ?1 Storp*.
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting
I.and Surveys a Specialty
Janoreto Work Skillfully done or in.
Drawings and enJinates of all Kind.
Telephone No. 346
Laurens, S. C.
Kill LOH L?TTE IL ?
Shlloh, Aug. L?-The G-ay Court oll
Co. who operates a big ginnery here b
overhauling and undorhauling their
ginnery. They are putting In new
uaws, new ribs, new brushwheols and
have net the engine off t oone Hide of
the hollo and are covering tue House
and making other improvements etc.
The;, will be ready to serve their pa
trons* by the time cotton is ready,
Mrs. T. J, WatklnH and niece Miss
Jennie Boll Watklns, are on a week's
outing to kinsfolks at Laurens and
Mr. Pick Jamleson of P?tzer, who
Visited his son-in-law, .Mr. .1. S. Hen
drlx, tin' former part of last week,
has returned to his home.
Mrs. P. W. Burgess of the Laurens
mill was circulating among kinsfolks
her?; last week.
Messrs Ralph T Wilson. John Arm
strong, Wellie Abercrombio, Dave 1).
Drownlee, Milton A. Wilson, Ludle
Abercrombio are off on a two week i'
recreation ?t Stomp Springs.
.Mr. M. J. (iwlnn and family of Dials
spent Friday last, with Mr. J. H.
Aborcromble and family.
Mr. John Ilodgers and family of
Fork Shoals wore at his father-in
law's Mr. J. T. Itagncll and brother
in-law, C. P. Wilson, first of lnst week
Mrs. Janle 'Katers who has been
on a throe weeks' sojourn In this
community has returned home at
Occasionally you will find one farm
er, now and then, who is still at work
though the majority of them have
laid up their ploughstocks and hoc
ami are taking recreation from their
labor. Good rains still continue to
prevail in this community and the
farmers are Jubilant over a brilliant
outlook of a hie, harvest, this time if
no disasters befall toll crop. Late
corn and cotton is fine.
Mrs. William Jamison and children
Mr. Fugenc Putnam and family of the
Laurens mill are visiting friends and
relatives in this community.
Lisbon, Aug. L?Mrs. H. B Humbert
I and daughter of Laurens and Mrs. |
W. L. Bowers and children of Amerl
cus, Ga., are visiting their mother,|
Mrs. A. .1. Smith.
Mrs. U. B. Watts of Columbia and]
Miss Dora Mefford, of Morrlstown, |
Tenn., returned to Columbia after
spending a pleasant visit to Mrs. J. T.
Miss Sallle and Held Holmes have
returned home after spending some
time with relatives in Abbeville. Miss
Margaret McKlnney came homo with
them, We hope to make it pleasant
for Miss McKlnney while in our midst
Mr. ami Mrs. Shaw Madden and
children are in Union spending a few
days with relatives.
Protracted meeting will commence
at Lisbon next Sunday. The protract
ed meeting commenced at Boaverdaml
Messrs Norwood Martin and John
Jacks attended the protracted meet
ing at Prospect last week.
Mrs. Mllam has been very sick, butl
we arc glad to state that si:e Is able|
to be up some today.
We had a good rain last Tuesday
night that made quite an Improve
ment on lie crops. Yet WO tiro need-|
lug rain again. We can't make, ovuf
half crop right In this section.
Miss Olivia Pasley of Mountvll'e, is]
spending a fortnight with her sisters. |
Mrs. Mllam and Mrs. duller.
Well Mr. Editor, the melons are
getting ripe and It is up to you and|
your force to come down and enjoy
GOING OUT OF USE
A Safer, More Reliable Remedy Has!
Taken Its Place in the Drug Store]
and in the Home.
A few years ago, men, women and
children took calomel for ?; sluggish
liver and for constipation. They took
risks when they did so, for calomel
m a ('angorous drug. Your family doc?
to.' will be the first to loll you this lf|
he discovers you doK'tig yourself with |
But the drug ttfado has found aj
safer, more pleasant remedy than ealo-j
mol in Dodson's Liver Tone.
The Laurens Drug Co. loll US that
their drug store Sells Dodson's Liver
Tone in practically every case of bil
iousness and liver trouble where calo
mel used to in- taken.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a vegetable
liver tonic that Is absolutely harm
less for children and grown nooplo. It
soils for BOctS a bottle and is guar
anteed to be entirely satisfactory by
The Laurens Drug Co. who will re
fund your money with a smile if It J
does not glVC quick, gOPtlO relief With
out any of calomel's unpleasant af
J. C. Burns & (Vs. Big Red Hot
Sale now going on.
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
spply at once the wonderful <>m reliable or. 1
PORTRR'8 ANTI8RTTIC IIKAMNO OIL.nsuf?!
?ieat dressing that relieves pain nail heals at !
the'?knie time. Not n liniment, z^e. 50c B .00.
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? Till MTV - HI D ? E NEWS. *
Trlnity-Rldge, Aug 4.?The revival
services closed at Chestnut Ridge Fri
day evening. Rev, M. L. Lawson
preached some very ab!<? und forceful
sermons throughout tin: meeting and,
although the outward results were not
so good as hoped for, tin- meeting has
done grt it good to the membership
and to tho OUtSlde. There were five
additions to tue church. Rev. II, L,
Baggott goes to Rabun where ins meet
The social event of the week was
the entertainment of the Young Men's
Christian Union at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Medloek on Saturday
afternoon, August 2nd. The guests
were received by Misses Nettle and
Georgia Medloek. The first amuse
ment was a contest. There was a se
ries of questions to be answered from
text books of the schools. It proved
to be quite an interesting contest. Af
ter the contest a deligl tful course of
cream and cake was served. After
the refreshments the young people ad
Journed themselves to the shades of
the large oaks where they Bpent the
time as they snw fit. Those present
were: Misses Annie Huff and Olio
Cox, of Simpsonvllle, Juanlta Wofford,
of Woodruff, Gertrude Hamilton, of
the Kkom section, Louise Collier, of
Laurens, Mrs. Arthur Hramlette, of
Ware Shoals, May Hramli tte, Minnie
Irvln, Mattie Kn'c Owlngs, Nannie
May Williams, I rone L?ngsten, Mary
Rarksdale, Nellie Wham, Nettle and
Georgia Medloek; Messrs. .1. \V. Watts,
Louise Caldwoll, Robert Burnett, Car
roll Smith, Anthony Fuller. McTeor
Daniel, of Union, Brooks Burdottc,
Herman, Marens Claude ltoyd, and
Mrs. \V. F. Me.!lock, of the Rabun
section, was a visitor at Mr. .1. S.1
Medloek, the early part of the week.
Mr. Robert Bills and family, of
Lau:'ns, spent a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. <!. A. Fuller this week.
Rev. J. L, Daniel and family have
also been Visiting Mr. (!. A. Fuller.
Mr. Carlisle Smith, Miss Bessio
Smith, Misses Rosa and Helle Gelston,
all of Columbia, spent a day or two
with Mr. Fuller.
Quite a delightful occasion of the
past week was an afternoon reception
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fuller's
guests. They have had a little reun
ion of Mrs. Fuller's family at her
home and on this occasion had spent
the day In the beautiful meadow on
the creek. They caught some fish in
the forenoon ond had a fry and a cat
tish stow, 'n tiie afternoon quite a
number of the young people gathered
in. After a very p'oasnnl time on the
meadow, the crowd adjourned to Mr.
Fuller's beautlfufl home where an
other pleasant hour was spent.
Mrs. Fuller served a beautiful
'?ourse of refreshments after which the
young folks assembled in the parlor
where Miss Gclston entertained them
with some very excellent music.
Miss Nidi Wham returned Thurs
day from a short visit to Gray Court
Misses Juanlta and Mettle Wofford
were visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. .1. C. Burdette recently.
MIsbcs Ollle Cox and Annie Huff of
Simpson \il lo, are visitors at .1. S.
Miss Gertrude Hamilton, of lCkom,
Is visiting Miss Nannie May Williams
The Sunday visitors at the home
of Mr. R. D. lloyd were Mr. and Mrs.
.1. 11. Nash. Mrs. J. A. Austin and son,
.lohn, of Laurens.
Roy C Boyd, of Laurens, was also
nt the home of his parents for the
Work is progressing nicely on the
new school building. The brick have
been hauled and some lime and sand.
The teams and hands are now busy
cutting and hauling logs to get out
the rough lumbor. The tine spirit and
progresslvenes8 of our community
makes us feel proud of It.
Don't miss the Big Sale at J. C.
Rui ns & Co., Laurens, S. C.
Wood's High-Grade Seeds.
The King of Soil Fmprovers,
also makes splendid fall,
winter and spring grazing,
the earliest green feed, or
a goud hey/crop.
CRIMSON CLOVER will i ncrease
the productiveness of the. land morn
than twenty times as much as the same
amount spent in commercial fertilizers.
Can he sown by itself or nt tho last
working of corn, cotton or other cultiva
We are headquarters for
Crimson Clover, Alfalfa,
Winter Vcteh, and all
Write for prices and r>0?lCT!l>II V?
I '.iH < .11 :> 1??}3. giving information
about all seeds for fall sowing. .
T. W. WOOD ? SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
YOUR LAST CHANCE!
Is producing golden opportunities to save
on your Dry Goods purchases but these
opportunities wont last long. This is an
End-of-the-season Clean-up Sale where
everything is cut to quick Clearance prices.
The sale will only last for a few days lon
ger* Come quick if you want the biggest
values you ever had offered in seasonable
Summer Goods. They must be sold; cost
is not the object now, it is to dispose of
them. Delays are dangerous. Come early
and get the pick at
GET IT FROM
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(JET IT FROM
BY PARCEL POST.
Princeton, August 2.?Itev. P. L.
Bramlett of McCormtck, formerly of
tliis place, was hero a lew days last
week. Mr. Brainblett has a host of
friends here who were glad to have
him back even for a short time.
Beginning Sunday night Itev. K. S.
Heaves of llonea Path, supply pastor
here, will conduct a series of meetings
next week. Mr. Reaves Is a forceful
preacher and a good meeting is ex
Mr. Jno. TJ. Carter of Greenville,
a former Princetonlte is a welcome
visit jr here.
Mrs. Wade Dent and little Miss
Lurllne Dent of Columbia, are here
for a few days' stay with Mrs. \V. A.
Miss Malzle Knight is visiting her
friend, Miss Kinard in Smoaks.
Messrs. Carlos and Roland Moseley
of I>aurens, were business visitors
Miss Mary Rag well has returned
from a fortnight's visit to relatives
near Honea Path.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kay of llonea
Path were the guests of Mrs. Jeter
Mr. T. II. Carter has returned from
a stay with his daughter, Mrs. Allen
in llonea Path.
Mrs. B. P. Arnold spent Tuesday In
Pelzer with Mrs. Tom Crane.
Mr. Allle Sharpe, Misses Ethel
Shnrpe and Lurllne Dent and Mrs.
Wade Dent made a business trip to
Rev. R. P, Morris has returned .'ion;
Greenwood, where he has been con
ducting meetings for two weeks.
Mr. Jim Arnold of Pelzer spent the
week-end at home.
Mr. Ithatnar Ridgeway visited rela
tives in Hor.en Path several days last
Miss Liz/.le Hall has returned from
a visit to Pelzer.
Rev. W. .J. Poster and Mr. Walter
Poster of Greenville, spent Friday
with Mr. Jno. Bagwell.
Minister Praises (hin Laxative
ROV. II. StUbenvoll of Allison, la.,
in praising Dp, King's New Life Pills
for constipation, writes: "Dr. King's
New Life Pills are such perfect pills
no home should be without them." No
better regulator for the liver and how
els, fjjvory i>i11 guaranteed. Try them
Price 26c at Lanrens Drug Co. and
Palmotto Drug Co.
FOR WEDDING GIFTS
There can be no better place to select
your Wedding Gifts than at a Jewelry
Store?and no better Jewelry Store
than ours. Silverware in every form,
Cut Glass in many shapes and arti
cles of every description that will
suit the occason.
Phone 328-2 Rings
Reliable Jeweler Laurens, S. C.
JUST OPENED I
Another shipment of those special ^
numbers in Ladies' Silk Hosiery in Black S
and White at 50 cents. y
Also White and Black Silk Lisle at C
25 cents per pair. >
Special value in White Goods in plain >
and fancy weaves, nice light textures for C
hot weather wear. C
Heavy yard-wide all Linen Skirting >
Cash at 25 cents per yard. S
Yard-wide Apron Linen from 10 cents C
up at 4Z
\ W. G. WILSON & CO. \