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"WHAT TO GIVE?"
Is the question that it
WE HAVE THE ANSWER
Our yens of experience in
supplying Wedding < lifts that
please will help us to guide
you. (?ifts of distinction and
Refinement in Piekard's Mand
Kverythino desirable in Silver
ware and Cut Glass.)
The McCord Studio
Formerly Run inTheOld Bank
of Laurens Building, Uns
Been Moved to New
Quarters in Front of
New Post Office.
In our neu place no li.nr a hei
ter light lUtil more Dlitciliciiccs,
which enables u> lu idir (he public
heiler son ice Hum before, ami shall
he glad to lime ton ? all mill ill1 |?eel
our lines of I'hototrraph.s and I'm
(raits, oholder jou iviuil n n> till
done at Hie present or not.
Our I'llolngriiplis arc made on
(he vor) hol nl' material-, and tin
is lied h\ (he methods that Insure
(heir InsHiiu i|llilll(les.
We make hi-Hi-urade cuhirui I
Portraits i'roiii mir Notrnliios at li
ilueeil price-. Vise, nc iiuiKe I'or
(rails in < rajoii, Pastel and (Ml from
an? Photograph, Tin Tj pe or
Kodak i'luishlug dune promptly
mill ncalH Ii) the latest liieiliods.
Tin- host possible results gun run
toed. Gel price list.
The McCord Studio
Laurens S. C.
Over.I. C. Shed! Company'? Store
Buy Your Flour At The
Henry Clay Flour, Cupids
High Patent Flour," Cupids
Twins Self Rising Flour,
Colonial Superlative Patent
Flour, White Satin Patent
Flour, Washington Patent.
Flour, Standard A. Patent
Flour, Harvest Queen Flour.
AH good first flnss Flours.
Give us your Flour Trade?.
Trade at the Big Store and
get value for your money.
Laurens, S. C.
To Prevent lilood Poisoning
pj>1y ai otice Hie wonderful old relifdde DR.
ORTIvR'8 ANTISl'.PYK UKAIdNO OM, ? - ,r
rfcAl dressing (hat >??'? ves i du mid h. ..i. nl
s.ie sniuc time. Not n liniment. Jic. Oc.fi.00,
Dials, Nov. Tho hunting sea
son for Iii?' killing of game birds, .so
patiently waited for by tin- sportsmen]
has opened at last. The wontbor has
boon ideal the past week tor buoIi
spoil, and every hill and Ibid (that
is not posted) has resounded with the
crack of the sportsmen's guns.
Mr. Floyd fhirry and family spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Mr,
N. /.. Gray and family.
Mr. Williams lirook went to Colum
bia last Week to see the rendering Ol
Miss Lured Abereroinblo had as her
gue i Friday night, Mlsi Vena Martin.
Mr, .1 M. Holl of Greenville, Is vis
iting Mr. W. C. Ilrownlee and family.
Mi C, I', lirooks of Laurens was in
our midst Friday.
The Woodmen of Magnolia Camp
enleriained lio n families an I friends
with supper Friday afternoon. Their
hall at Woodville was tllt'OWII open'
and the -upper was served there. The
repast was plentiful and the ti lie pass- (
od all too soon to tho e present. I>:.
Stewart, the genial physician of the
camp, nave an enjoyable talk to the
edillcalioli of the Woodmen.
Mr. Ambrose Holder was a Ini incss
visitor to Spananhure, last week,
\li Leah Riddle of Gray Court was i
the week-end guosl of Miss Ostoll
Miss Sarah Kellctl spent Saturday
with Mr. Hrooktor A here com bio and
Miss (tilth Clirry spent several days
last week wl(h Mr. .ItlllUH Curry and
1:1111 i I >
Mr. and Mrs. I to bort Owtngs of
Foitiilaiu Inn. ami Mr. Arthur Harris,
and family spent Sunday with Mr. II.
Ml', and Mrs. Julius !'0lT.\ and chil
dren visited Mr, Hani- Curry and
Rev. F, W. Munuerlyn (Hied his hist
appointment before conference Sine
da\ afternoon, as he leaves for Kock
Hill Tne-ala.v. Mi. Munuerlyn lini
only been lo re one year, yet he has
IllllcarCll IlllllSelf (0 the people. Ml
such a waj that it is (ho sincere wish
of all thai the "man higher up" will
ec lit I,, return him.
It A HUN NEWS.
Kalma. Nov. 21. Mrs. Kmnia Hoper
and elilldreii of Fden section spent
:V:::::;!.:y :::;:!:! .:???! Su??d"y with Mrs.
Mrs. Hchccca Owens, alter spend
ing several weeks with her ilailghtei,
Mrs. Luther ViMistrong. of Fountain
Inn returned home Saturday.
Mis- Ks tolle llahh of F.den section,
and Urs Stewart Million, visited Mrs.
Nancv (|\\ en Thursday.
Mi and Mrs. Archil- llrowo ol Fas
ley, are visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Malion.
Mr l.yston Million, of Greenville, is
down for the Mahoii-Siiiith Wedding.
Mr, Solomon Mghaffey of lOdon sec-,
tion. spent Sunday with Mrs. Itebeeca
The wedding hells are ringing in
this part of the county.
\lr. ami Mrs, Helton Owens of Kden
section spent Sundav with Mr. and
Mrs. T. II Hahh.
The men arc all hap|iy these days
since, they have the privilege of kill-'
Mr. and Mrs. /eh Vance have moved
to their new home in Owings. We re
Rret to se,. (hein leave, but wish them
much success in their new home.
Dr. Marlin was visiting near IMed
'"Possums and tutors" are all the
go now. hut by Thursday it will be
"turkey ami dressing".
Wishing the editor, and correspond
ents of this paper a merry Thanksgiv
1,1 \ Kit UK IS \,\/A
DD N'T Slur \\ (HIKING
l ake Hod ??.*. I,Dor Tone ami (oi
Vhon( \ in Hiisiness, It will l iven
I |i > um I,her W ithuiit Mann.
\ bilious attac k or constipation can
he relieved in a short while by a
spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tom (he
mild, vegetable remedy that every
his; ask Hie Laurens Drug Co. about
Dodson's Liver Tooe. They know that
it is a harmless preparation thai -tails
the liver without violence mid puts von
into shape without interfering with
your habits, This -tore guarantees it
to be all that, and will give von your
inoiioj back If yon dotl'l find Dodson's
.aver Tone gives von (|iiick, easy re
Dodson's Liver Tone is for both
grown-ups ami children, H has a
ill i unit taste, and is safe and ro
ihle, The price is ",n cents for a
alrgo bottle, and your "?0 cents back
lo you il von (ell Cue Laurens Drug
Co, that it hasn'l I,ecu a benelH to
illations of Dodson's Liver Tom
i' a i> ' an iiun danger If you do.
Huv Dodiion'.s the medicine tl
Kilon, Nov. <S4. The Woodmen of
the Magnolia Cntl)|i No. 156, gave a
sm|)por last Friday evening, Novem
ber 21st. A large crowd assembled
together on the mounds about two
o'clock. A splendid address was made
by Dr. Ii. H. Stewart, the camp phy
sician. After whlcll oyster stew, beef
hash, and cuke wer?, 'served in tho
Woodmen hall to about sixty at a
time. About four hundred were pres
ent. All seemed to enjoy it line.
Mrs. ('. V. Hipp and Mrs. Kin iii a
Reeves were in Laurens, Friday,
William 11 rooks spent Tuesday night
Mis Min ma Itopcr and children w ere
the guests ol" Mrs. Charlie Itopcr Sat
Mrs. It W. Owens and Mis. I. It.
Itrooks were in Greenville Friday,
Lyston M; hon of Greenyille. came
down Saturday tor the Sinith-Mahon
Mrs. W. K, Cray and Mrs. Isabella
Itrooks spent Wednesday with Mrs. ('
V. 11 Ipp a ml Miss Sue (!ruy.
Wat- Mills Sei.I.
The hoi.or roll lor Watts Mills
school for He- month ending Nov. 7.
Fir-; Grade Kdwln Thomas, Kirk
Taylor, Frank I'cnlnnd, llermon Rat
ion, Louis Minims. Claud McDowell.
Homer Marler, Swanee Lhidor, Alice
Kirby, Callie Campion, Mamie Greg
ory, Ada lloytcr, Hoy I'agc, Clyde Kir
by. Caul I'enland. .lay Frank ( lark.
Second Grade I.mile Martin. Maud
Mills. Ro\ Minis, Roy Coinpton, Tal
niake Sorgee. Tom Grillln, l.ooney
Third Cade Vino Allen. Clyih Go
lightly, Klllinetl .lessee, Ronnie McKpo,
Herman Taylor, Gladys Toinblin.
Fourth (trade Kniest Holt. Litlle
Hughes. Ruth Oxner, Luther Minim .
filial Sloan. Klhcrl Teuipletou.
Filth flrade Dovie Criionier, Jessie
Mae Ciolightly, Clarence Martin, l.orio
Rage, Itlanche Mills.
Sixth Grade Ritaline Clark. John
Kuller. Gertrude Oxner.
Seventh Grade l.l/.zic Helle Crock
er. Mae Garrett, Maudlc Mae .lessee.
? Sili 1.0II L?TTE H, ?
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Shiloh, Nov. 21. For Ihe past week
Providence has opened (he windows of
Heaven ami we find ourself basking n
the rays of another balmy Indian sum
Messrs. Jap an.! Allen I leaden, of
I'el/er. were ,|ow ii mi a visit last Sun
day to kinsfolks. Allen is head sales
man of Kllson Craiushaw & Co.. while
Jasper pulls the hell-cord over balani
on the fin in.
Mr. William A be re rom bio, of Hei
zer, visited relatives here Thursday
and Friday last.
I'nele John H. Fluley, of Madden,
passed through here Friday. He had
been to Cedar Falls to mill. I'nele
John was looking well.
The farmers are gathering up the
remnants of the cotton crop. Some
in CE.NT "( \s( ?....TS
IS 1*01'It LAX VTIVo
lles! Liver ami Rowel Cleanser and
Stomach .?-egulator in Hie world
Work While Von Sleep.
(let a in-cent 1k)x.
Rut aside just once the Salts.
Rills, Castor or Purgative Waters
which merely force a passageway
through the bowels, but do not thor
oughly (demise, freshen and purify
these drainage organs, and have no ef
fect whatever upon the liver and stom
Keep your "insides" pure and fresh
with iPascnrets, which thoroughly
cleanse the stomach; remove the undi
gested, sour food and foul gases, take
the e\C"SS bile from the liver and
carry out of the system all the con
stipated waste! mutter and poisons
A Cnscarei tonight will make yon
feel great by morning. They work
while you sleep never gripe, sicken
ami cost only lo cents a box from
your li nguist. Millions of men and
women lake a Cascaret now and then
ami never have Headache, Riliousness,
Coaie,| Tongue. I luligcstion, Sour
Stomach or Constipated Rowels. Cas
carets belong in every household.
Chlhli eu?4tt?t lovi to take them.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tem arul caused trouble with your kid
neys and bladder? Dave you pains In
loins, nlde, back and bladder? Have yon
n flabby nppenrnnce of the face, and jin?
di r the eyes' A frouUenl desire t<> pass
urine- if s<.. tVllllurnsf Kldnoy PllbJ will
run- you-Druggist, Pflco GOc.
WILHAMS MI C".. CO., Prop*., Cleveland.Ohio
LAURENS DHUG CO.
I aureus, S. ft
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting
laud Surveys a Specialty
ncrete Work Skillfull} done or in
RruVlngH ami estimates of all hind
Telephone No. 346
Laurens, S. C.
1 "Turkey Talk"
THIS is the time of year to feel thankful?and we
do. We're glad we're alive?we're grateful to you
all for the splendid business we're doing and we're
tickled half to death with the condition of things in
general and the chance to say so.
WE can count our troubles off on our fingers, and
have two or three thumbs left over. It's a
prospej ity year for everybody, i What's the use
of looking glum? Cheer up, smoke up, dress up, and
, put an edge on the axe that's waiting for the turk.
YOU'VE no idea what a difference new, fresh, sty
lish Suits will make in your feelings. Try it and
see. You've a heap of things to be thankful for
?you know it! Then look it?"Thanksgiving Day" of
all days?in time for the turkey dinner.
YOU'LL find the very best of Thanksgiving Suits
and fixings here. New Suits, Cloaks, Shoes, Milli
nery, Ready-to-wear of every description, Hosiery,
Gloves, Underwear, Exquisite Cotton Fabrics, Beautiful
Dress Goods, Beautiful Table Linens and Silks, Elegant
Full Size Comforts, many Bargains in White Goods,
Dress Goods, Laces, Furs, Handkerchiefs and Hundreds
of other articles of wear that are unsurpassed in style
I Do The Men Ever Give Thanks? ?
t IF SO, NOW IS THE TIME!
X = -
X You can dress better than ever before and j?
& at less cost.
You should be Thankful that we can show you the
Biggest, Snappiest Line of Men's and Boys' Suits and jj
Overcoats ever shown in Laurens at popular prices.
Men's Suits $10.00 to $25.00
$2.50 to $12.50
$10.00 to $25.00
$3.50 to $10.00
$1.00 to $5.00
$1.00 to $6.00
And All Kinds of Furnishings At Low Prices.
Famous Outfitters For Mankind