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Beauty Is Only
when it comes to houses. When the paint
wears off", the h'?use is no longer beautiful.
A house in need of paint is an eyesore to
a community. In justice to your neigh*
hi>rs, as well as to your self-respect, you
should keep your house well-painted and,
in justice to yourself, you should sec that
Atlanta Wir te Lead
(Dutch Hoy Painter Trade Mark) ^
And Pure Linseed Oil
paint is used on your building. You can
secure the most beautiful as well as the
most durable results with this paint. By
adding colors-in-oil any tint and any shade
can be obtained. a .?
Wc sell these materials as well as all the
other painting requisites. . ,? . (<
Come in and have a talk with us, and see
if we can't suggest a color scheme for your
house that will appeal to your good taste
Brooks Hardware Co. J
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You Need a Tonic
There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to take?Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com
posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet sujrely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it will do the same for you.
You can't make a mistake in taking
The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardui is Mie greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before 1 began to take Cardui, 1 was
so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything."
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.
Has Helped Thousands.
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If you want t o setnlfi Vf )UK liO\" to College
some tiny, you oan hogln now n 1>anlc account
with that Idea in view, und t>y tho timo ho is <>/</
enough you will have saved the money without
having mlsseil it; or it' you <lo not want to send
hi in to college, that satno sttm of money that
yon hail jnit away from week tt> week, will set
him up IX lii:Sl X HSS.
no YOUR hanking with i:s.
We pay 4 percent interest compounded
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Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian I'llc Ointment will euro
Tlllnrt, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab
corhs tlie tumors, allays Itching at onco,
acts ns a poultice, ?Ivos instant rollof,
Williams' Indian Pilo Olntrrfenl is pro?
pared for riles and Itching in 111? ? private
pnrts. Druggists, mail CiOc/and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Props.. 'Cleveland. Ohio
LAURENS DRUG cO.
jr ? Lanrens, S. C
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building"
/ Phono 3S2.
Laurens, S. C.
M LUV VN KKIMIIN.
The following account of the Sulli
van reunion, which was held at hobait
on church, In Greenville county. Wed
nesday tlic 27th of AUgUSt, w.is taken
from The Greenville Daily Piedmont
of August 30th:
The Urst reunion of the Sullivan
family was hold Wednesday at Leban
on Church in Danklin township.
Most of the older Sllllivans are bu ?
rled hero. A largo crowd of neigh
bors in the Lebanon section met with
the Sulllvnns -ono hundred ami
thirty-eight Sulllvnns and connec
tions were enrolled. This Is a re
markable fact. When not one of the
1 name lives now in that vicinity. C. D.
Smith being the only kinsman near
there, he having married a grand
daughter of Dr. John C. Sullivan,
who with the help of hi; brothers,
built this old brick church many
years before the civil war.
('. D. Smith called the meeting
to order and after prayer by Row Mr.
I Morrison, <!. W. Sullivan was elected
chairman end Miss Lldlo Gnrlington
i of Columbia, secretary.
Win. Dunklln Sullivan interested all
in an historic; 1 reminiscence of the
family from the original parents who
came from lud: ml, settling first near
! Charlottesvllle, Va., afterwards living
awhile in Georgia and finally locating
permanently on Reedy river In Dunk
lln township, and some on the Lau
rens side. This township was named
for this family's maternal rcprcscntn
the. who was a Dunklin Sullivan
township on the Laut'CUS side also re
ceiving its name in like manner.
Hon. .1. II. Whnrton, of NValter
boro, a descendant of the Sulllvnns,
! made a line talk, and Judge Joseph
j A. McColloUgll, an adopted son of the
I family, (Mrs. .lames McCullough, who
I was a Sullivan having taken him when
a baby to rear) also made a good talk.
Then C. C. Pcalhcrstono, Esq., whose
mother was a Sullivan, made an ap
preciative address. A motion was
parsed requesting The Piedmont to
publish this, which will be read by
many relatives anil friends.
A bountiful repast was had in the
fine grove of oaks, joined in by the
good people of the neighborhood who
had decorated the church and every
grave with flowers and evergreens be
fore any of the Sulllvnns arrived. Ap
preciation was sllOWn these good peo
ple by a vote of thanks. All enjoyed
the social intercourse very much,
Many having not seen each other for
years, while the younger people had
never seen many of the family. They
came from Greenville, Anderson, 1..au
reus, Croon wood, Abbeville, Spartan
burg, Itichlnnd ami Kershnw counties,
while many letters and telegrams ol
regret at not being able to attend
c. D. Smith was authorized to put
the old family grave yard near the
river in good shape. The cemetery at
the church Is kept in first-class order.
It was decided to have another re
union the last Wednesday in August,
1014, and many who did not attend
the first are expected to be present
The Sulllvans live not only in South
Carolina, but in Georgia, Florida.
North Carolina, Tennessee, Missouri,
Texas. New York and Other states. All
descendants of the original pair, who
enme from the north of Ireland. How
let, Charles and Moses Sullivan, serv
ed In the revolutionary war? Ilewlet
Sullivan who settled in Greenville
county had eight sons and four daugh
ters, all living to good old anes. He
could not educate all at colleges but
did sent two to becomes lawyers.
Charles P. of Laurens at the South
Carolina college. The latter settled
in Alabama, .lames M. and John C.
were given medical training. while
Cr. Washington, Thomas J., Joseph ami
Ilewlet receive dtho common school
education only, and became merchants
and farmers. One daughter married
James II. Latlmor, one Samuel Moore,
one lOsqulrc Pinson and one Rsqulre
Calhoun, all being (load.
Mrs. Margaret Cunningham Sulli
van second wife of G. W. Sullivan
living in Laurens county, being the
only survivor of the children of ilew
let Sullivan. She has been a Cripple
for years, caused by rheumatism, hav
ing to spend her time mostly in a roll
chair. Site was not forgotten at the
reunion. This pleasant occasion was
brought to a close by singing "Hod be
j Witli Von Till we Meet Again."
G. W. S.
Mother of KIglilccn Children.
' "I am tlie mother of eighteen chil
dren and have the prniso of doing
more work than any young woman in
i my town." write:; Mrs. C. ,1. Martin,
Boono Mill, Va. "I suffered for five
years witli stomach trouble and could
not eat as much as a biscuit without
suffering. 1 hr.vo taken three bottles
of Chamberlain's Tooleis and am now
a well woman ami wei^li His pounds.
1 can eat anything I want to, and as
much as I want and fool bettor than
I have at any ime in t n years. I re
fer to any one m P.oone Mill or vicinity
and they will vo .ch for what I say."
Chamberlain's Tablets are for sile by
Resolutions of Hespert,
Whereas, imr Heavenly Falber? In
his ?11x iii.* wisdom, ha* seen tii to ro'
move from amonii); us, Luther A. Mo?
Cord* our friend and co-Wprker, whoso
beautiful and us< ful life and loyalty, to |
duty ha? inspired us wlih endn'tini ad
miration and airectton tor him. There
fore be It
Resolved Lies'. That bj his death
Lauren? Lodge, \\? i:;. Knights >>t P>
tluus. has lost a true and faithful mem
ber and that wo will mis> him from our
Resolved Second, That wo convey our
tender sympathies lo the bereaved
family and commend ihem to the One
who alone can comfort
Resolved Third, Thal u page in our]
minute book l>e Inscribed lo Ins memory
and a copy of those, resolutions i>e sent
to ins family.
W. L. tlrayl
Is often caused by indigestion and I
constipation, and quickly disappears!
when Chamberlain's Tablets ara tak
en. For salt- by : 11 dealers.
Babun, Sept. S. The box supper jaIv
en at Babun Friday evening by the
B. Y. I\ U. was good Only a few be
ing present the society made $8.25
Tho largest Ct'OWd that has been to
Babun in some time .as here at bap
Mrs. Li/./.ie cheek is visiting rela
tives in Piedmont this week.
Mrs. T. W. Bnbb and little daughter
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Helton Owens of Eden sec
Mrs. Rebecca Owens spent last week
in Fountain Inn visiting Mr. ami Mrs.
Miss Pearl Medlock of Atlanta -.ml
Miss Minnie Lee Nash of Clinton are
visiting Miss Cara Medlock.
Miss Avlo Mahaffcy of Laurcus Is
visiting Mi>-s Bucin Wolf.
Misses Mao and Alllc Bnbb were in
Cray Court several days last week,
A number of young people from
Princeton attended tho lawn parly
Snfurday night at Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mr. ami Mrs. Lewis Mahaffcy of Eden
section spent Friday with Mr. Charlie
Miss Margie Holder of Green pond
section spent lasl week with Miss lid
Mrs. Ilarlo llix of Laurens was at
Babun Sunday morning.
Mr. Waiter Baldwin after spending
one week in Greenville returned to
Iiis home Saturday evening,
Mrs. Dora Babh of Eden section
spent last week with Mrs. Stewart Ma
Mr. John Mahon of Greenville is vis
iting relatives in this section.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wassoil of
Friendship section spent Sunday with
Mrs. BeboCCa Owens and family.
Mr, Walter Baldwin and family
spent Sunday with Mr. Hob Holt and
Mr. Charlie Bnbb of Morsod and Miss
l.ala Stone of this Community were
married at Lebanon Church Sunday
Mr. T. F. Bnbb is attending Court
at Luurcns this week.
Diarrhoea Quit kl) Cured.
"I was taken witli diarrhoea and
Mr. Yorks, tlx? merchant here, p-rsaa:
ed me to try a bottle of Chamberlain's|
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rsiuedy.
After taking one dose of it I was cured.
It also cured others that I nave ji
writes M. IS. (iel)liart, Oriole, Pa Th it
is not at all unusual. An ordinary at
tack of diarrhoea can almost invari-l
ably be cured by one or two dose- of]
this remedy. For sale by all .lealers.
The date of the regular fall teach
ers' examination has been set for Frl-|
day, October 3rd. The examination
will be held ill the court room. The
examination will begin promptly at I
s:::11 and close at. I o'clock. Tl.X-|
animations cover the nine customary
subjects, English, Geography, I'hysj-j
ology and Hygiene, Arithmetic, United
States History, Civics and Current
Events, Pedagogy, Agrlcjlturo, and
Algebra. There will he no oilier ex
aminations until May. 101 I.
CEO L. PITTS,
6-4; Co. Supl. Education.
FOR THE HAIR
hair made ? fluffy?soft ? abundant and
radiant with life at once. Use Parisian
Sage. It comes in f>0c. bottle >\
The first application r?]|rnoves dandruff,
stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair, takes
away the drynessand brfttlcncss, increases
the beauty of the hair, making it wavy
Everyone needs Parisian Sane.
LAUBENS Ditt o CO.
Laurens, S. C.
The Best Finish Tor
Walls and Ceilings
The Sanitary, Durable, Flat Oil Finish
Suitable alike for private houH?*H und public build*
iniTN. Must artistic, muat beautiful, tnosi ooouoiulcul,
most sntlafaotoi y ku ovory way. Tlit> plain direct imi? on
ouch oun inako it easy to apply with perfect huocobb.
"*??.?.;. - n btuihoJot FfnfsMnjWeMs," our handsome book,
tolls nil about P??>Om K.nt.Mf? and urlvea truo-to-lifo uvloi
?oheraea und helpful BUKKOHtloiiu. Frt? ou reuuest, A?k
Our ilouler m your town for It.
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ItHOOKS II \K1>>\ viti; t o.
FOR REAL ESTATE SEE
STRINGER & WOODS
Now is the time to get your choice in a nice Farm Home.
We have for sale several good farms, will make
prices and terms right. We also have some
nice Town Property in Honea Path
and Belton for Sale or Trade.
IF INTERESTED, SEE US AT ONCE.
One beautiful farm just in I he 18o acres near Boyd's mill in
edge of Dkmnlds, known a.s the Laurens county, Very Hue land,
McDill place, 'Phis farm luis l!17 Ihree horse farm in cultivation, for
acres, good dwelling, I wo tenant quick sale at $20 per ncre.
houses, harn, pasture and every .,, mM.(,s |hn>(> miIi.s of iro|l?ft
thing righl up lo Ihn notch. Price ,,a(|)j ni.I(..|u>r.sc far... $10 poc
$:.(? per acre. Big 3 horse farm in m,,.0 This is ., ba,uaitli
1 HO acres on Krwin mill and Gal
(>nc nice farm in sight of Due . , ?? ,. , , , ? .,
; lii'iin road. \ cry line land, big .1
West, li'-ant il'uliv located on pul? ? .. ,. .? ,
1 I horse larm in cultivation, good
i? road, l ib* acres, good build-11. u.: .1.1. ;i,
ings. horse farm in cultivation,
one mile from College. This farm
can be bought for $">() per acre.
l<i."> acres easl of Donalds known
as the Brock place, line farming
land as can be found, Will sell all
in one tract or cut to siiil pur
One Irael '-Mil acres Known ;is
the Smith ph. very line I'armiiitr
bind. Well watered, extra good
dwelling, lemi.nl lions* s. finest pas
ttires lo be found. Will sell all in
one. or from one hundred acres
down |.o 50 acres. This place is
well timbered and located near ...
tei urban stop.
or onii-l; sale
1 !7 acres three miles of llonea
Path, known as the .1 It. < Jallahan
place, Now seven room dwelling,
new barn, good Icmiul house and
past lire for per acre.
.v> neres in the town of Prince
Inn, Laurcns county. Good dwell
ing, pnjsiurc, I I horse farm iu
??nil i\ ation for $.">() per acre.
The llon.a Path Lumber Com
pany for sale at the town of llonea
Path. One of the best enterprises
of its kind in Ihe stale. A money
maker, Will v-cll and make prices
ami terms right.
STRINGER & WOODS
W. K. STRIOliK, Belton, S, C. W. W. WOODS, llunca Path, S. C.
A Certain Quick Relief for
Indigestion or Up-Set Stomachs
Why suffer the tortures, nf Indigo?
tlon, Sotii Stomach, '.as, Itelchliot 01
other Rtonui'h iip-setj?? There is 11
"ortalti quick rcllel nnd permnn in
? envdy f(ir these illsorderR llrown'v
Itkeslll tablets will irlvo relief Hi
most Inatnnily one dose makes ynm
stomach feel fine it stops fcrmnnin
tlon, prevents tllsiroHB. digests all the
food anil restores vour tired Worn-OM1
Ptotnneh 10 ? healthful condition f)i
nest it Ib perfectly harmloHB even a
i little child can take It without fear of
bad tiftoi effectH. hon t wall until you
have another Rttnck of Indlcesi ion. Irit
cot a package today Try II after
eailtiK and lust ee for yourself in v it
helps your stomach. Wo are so mn
fident that DIkchIU ih a perfect rern
edy for stomach lIp-HelR that wo
LMinrnnteo It to please yon In every
way?K?t a package and If you don't
?I'e it we will nlve your money hack.
I,aurctiH Drug Co.. I<aurcnn, S. C.
"That's certainly a
dandy lot of material
i'U you're bringing US,
Keep it up that
way, nnd tell your boat he's allright." That's what a building foreman recently
?aid to one of our driver?. I le is the kind of foreman who take* pride in Iii? work
and who knows that good work is possible only wilh good material. You'll be just
as pleased w ith our goods and our service as he is. By the way, we have e )ino
helpful building pamphlets for yo^. Stop in and get them. No charge.
Augusta Lumber Co.