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LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P.
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IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DNUGGi8T8-S,.oo
F. V. L.PPMAN, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
FOR APPEARANCE as well as
hygienic comfort, your Business Suits,
Dress Suit, White and Fancy Vests,
Top Cc its Over Coats and Gloves,
* will serve you best when frequently
cleansed and "form pressed" by our
SFooter's Dye Works
A. L. MAHAFFEY
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
MY PRICES ARE ALWAYS IN LINE
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UNION MEETINOS. , ,
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The union of the Fifth Division of
Laurens association will moot with Mt.
Pleasant Baptist church, Saturday
morning, March 28, 191.1.
1:00-Sermon .by Rev. E. M. Light
foot, or 1Rev. J. Al. Trogdon.
Organization, annual election of ofil
Intermission for dinner.
1:30-walking with God.--Its reqdire
ments and benefits. Isa. 2:5; John
8:12. W. P. Turner, W. II. l'inson,
.1. A. M artin, W. C. Wharton.
2: l:-iriendship) with Jesus.-Its
meaning to 'Christ, its blessings to
man. John 15:13-15. 1. A. Fuller,
W. D. L. Baldwin, S. 1!. Goggans.
3:00-Is Christian service the true
measure of faith? James 2:14-26. .1.
I. Wharton, J. M. 'Trogdon, J. H.
motes, F. M. Lightfoot.
..Sunday Morning, Marelt 29.
10:00 ---'iunday school. Supt. J. W.
10:30 --The comparative value of the
home, the school, and the church in
the development. of Christian char
acter. .1. A. Martin, E. M. Lightfoot.
11:30--1issionary sermon by Rev. E.
A. Fuller or Rev. .J. A. Martin.
W. P. C'ulhertson,
The Second and Thircl 'Divisions of
the Laurens Baptist association will
meet with the Mt. Olive church on
March 28 and 29th, inst.
I0--Organ izat ion.
10:30-Our relation to the organized
work of the Baptist denomination.
II. L. Baggott.
11-Our churches as forces, as well
as fields. Actsc I.S. .1. O. Martin
and M. L. Lawson.
11:30-The benefits of the every mem
her canvass for missions. See I 'Cor.
11:2. W. A. laldwin.
12--The immense cost of disobedience
to mission obligations. Ezekiel 33:
1-8; Matt 7:21-25. C. 1. Bobo.
2-The dangers of unconsecrated
wealth in our churches. See Mal
achi 3:8-12. T. S. Langston and M.
3-Is the Laymen's Missionary work
what it should be in the Laurens
Association? If not why? II. IT. Ma
hon, Z. R. ''raynham.
I0---Sunday school, topic, flow can we
make the most of "mission Day" for
the Stnday schools on April 11th?
C. II. Roper.
1 1 ---.ission sermon by W. S. Walters.
I --The sIupremae importance of rais
ing the apportionment for home and
fIortign missions before A pril 301 h.
11. L. Haggott. -
2-uggest plans for raising the mp
port ion ment for each church in the
i.airens Association. W. S. Walters
and 1t. 1'. Mlitchell.
.\iscellaneous business and adjourn
a d j o-me n t .
All ators, deacons, executive comn
m111itteen , Lgymenci's comiIttee, Sun -
dlay scheol superintendents, and nll
other interested men of tihe associa
tIon are requested to be present and
piartici pate in tIs meetIng.
CONSTIPA TION MAY
It Pays to be W1atchtful and Careful.
D~odson's I~Iter Tronte is Rlecomumend
ed and (Iuaranteed.
In a numbmner of cases it has seemed
that apipendicitis has resulted from
chrtonilc constipation. Hence it is well
to be careful and keel) the system ini
l's good working order as possile,
lor If y'ou never suffer from constipa
tion you are likely to lesson your I Ia
hility3 to othter 'omlilent ions and trout
limut that does not mean that it is
wise for y'ou to use calomiel, a piolson
that stays hn the syste 11 anti( often
leavyes hacd effectIs belhhaa it, e ven a f
Ie you may~tli3 have appei 'ed to be baen
citted terimpoarily. 4s a matter of
fact, calonmel is exceetj ngly dangerous
It many petopale, porh' ps to you. So ii
is just as well not take elhance's.
For con stpation, b)1llou1sne'ss, liver'
comnplaint, sick hteadach e, etc., IDod
Son's LivYer Tone is gunaraniateed by the
Lyrend Drug Co. who wIll cheerful
y rfundputrchlase price (50c) in
stnl oyou In the event thatl it
faly to gv comaplete satisfaction.
faodson's iver on 'te is a vegetable
littuid, perfectly harmless, easy to take
anud hiighaly effect ive' wIthout11 pain al* che
or gripe and leaving no0 had~ aft er-ef
fects. It assists nature and bid (s you
up instead of weakenling you. So many
haeoale have beeni immensely baenefItedl
lay this good remedy that it's wor'th
y'our lookintg hnto at once. Miake 1n0
mistake--ask for IDodsont's Liver Tone.
Ntitce of DIhssoDlutionl.
fly matual conmsenlt tihe firmt of Ri. C.
Gray & Co. has becen dissolved anid
the Ibusinaess of said flt'm hlaced in tihe
hatnds of WV. L. Gray with power of
attottney to collect and liquildate. 11. C.
Gray will continue business at thae
amme old stand and will appalreciat e a
call from all our old customers and
from as8 'mantty ntew ones as want to
dt'ivc a good bargain.
W. L. Gray,
A. D. Gray,
Rl. C. Gray.
Laureuns. S C..Jan. 1.,1014 33-4t
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* LISBON LOCALS. *
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Lisbon, March 3.--Miss Mario Ol
plant, of Blackburg, after spending a
month with her aunt, Mrs. Ballow,
hlas returned to her home. Miss Ol
phn t while here .made many friends
who hated to see her leave.
Mr. W. L. Ilolmes, of Norfolk, Va.,
and Mr. Tonm Holmes, of Wilmington,
N. C., came home to attend the funeral
of their brother and will spend a few
days befo'e they return.
lrs. Margaret Clatworthy, d 1lionea
Path, is spending a while with her
(laughter, Mrs. A. R. Holmes.
Miss Genie Aiken, of Prospect high
school, spent last Saturday and Sun
(lay with Miss Alma Garrett.
Mr. Judson Langston, of Madden,
says he has quit the one idea cropping
and has taken MaiJ. (us \Vatts in as a
partner and they will plant cotton as
a side line. They expect to go into ti e
hog business. lie says the people eiai
go half clothed but they are obliged to
have meat to (10 muclih work, and M".
Ingston is right. We interviewed
Ml. Langston along a political line,
a3 Ma(ln('i can, nine times out of tenl,
tell you who will be 01ur. next governor,
and his reply was that he (1i(1 not have
anything to give out right at this time,
but thought that it might be best for
hlim to keep his views to himself as
he expects to sell hogs and meat to
''he farmers are resting quite
awhile and if it keeps raining the
resting will continue perhaps quite a
j. 'T. A. Hlallew visited Columbia this
week on business.
Mrs. R. T. Dunlap is staying down
on the farm with her son, Richard.
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Princeton, March 7.-Miss Octavia
Morris has returned to her home in
Turbeville after a pleasant visit with
Mr. John L. Bagwell and son, John
C. spent Saturday in 1-onca Path.
Rev, R. F. Morris made a business
trip to Ware Shoals Wednesday.
'Mr. M. M. Arnold spent a few days
in Greenville this week.
Mr. E. L. Ridgeway was a visitor in
Ilonea Path Friday.
Mr. R. A. Monroe, Jr., of lonea
Path is spending the week-end with
Mrs. .1. M. Collins spent Wednesday
in Ilonea Path.
Mi. Clarence Black, of Ilonea Path,
was a visitor here Friday.
Mr. .1. T. Mahon spent Th iirsday in
Mr. R. 13. Arnold, .Ir. spent Tuesday
Mr. W. M. Ridgeway made a busi
ness trip to Pclzer Tuesday.
Mrs. IBroadus Ridgeway spent Sat
iriday in Ilonea Path.
Mrs, J. J1. Britt and Miss Sara Britt
wvere visitors in H onen Pathi Satu rday.
Mr's. N. A. Monroe is visiting her son,
Mr. Ri. A. Monroe in Hlonen' Path.'
Rev. R. F. Morris spent Tuesday in
Mr. Charles McCuen spent Friday in
Prof. .John WV. IHuff spent Saturday
in Hlonea Path.
Little Miss Luclle Monroe is visiting
relatives in lionen Path.
Mr. J1. B. Marshall of Andei'son was
a business visitor hei'e Wednesday.
Master Otis Ridlgeway spent Satur
(lay ini H onea 'Path.
Mr. J1. HI. Ti'aynham spent Saturday
in Hionen Path.
ilililtA ll! TIIEY'ItE
IIEltE Fltor IIoT
Gentle, bilissfuil, wvonderful workers,
IHot Spriiings Liver' Buttons surely are:
take one tonight and free the bowels
from poisonous waste and gas. Youi'llI
feel bright andl happy tomorrow. All
lHe sure and get some. foi' besides
becing a wo nderfl'Ilaxative t hey are a
great syste'm tonic. They u'hve yon a
keen appietitei and u'id thle blood( or imi
I lot Sri'ngs Liver Buttons, lhot
Spri' igs Rheumai01tiscm Rlemedy and H ot
Springs Blood Remedy are sold1 in Lau
rens by Laurens iDrug Co.
P~ltTRIAITI' OF MEN?
We like to mzak portraits of~
men, and many ni en prefer us,
aus we seemi to ossess thatt
faculty whieh e Li es us to ful
ly bring (olt chia 'fer and in
Phone us for an aplpointmen~ft.
Eye Sight Is Precious!
IT IS DREADFUL TO BE BLIND
BLINDNESS COMES IN THREE WAYS,
ACCIDENT, DISEASE AND NEGLECT.
DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYES!
I have arranged with I)r. J. E. Littlefield, President of
a leading' Optical College to spend three days at my place
of business and I invite you to consult this eminent special
ist at my expense.
Is the cause of -eadache, Weak Digestion, and many
functional nervous diseases. Cross Eys are Easily Straigh
tened. This is the opportuniity of a Lifetime.
DO NOT FORGET THE DATES
Thursday Friday Saturday
Mar. 12h ' r. 13th. Mar. 14th.
LAURENS, S. C. RELIABLE JEWELER.
THE WAY WE DO IT
f _ impresses most people with the *
idea that we have the imple- *
ments and the "know how" when
it comes to putting on a new
" etire on a carriage or wagon -
- wheel. Same thing applis to cv
> cry feature of carriage and wag
on repairing-repainting, re
varnishing, re-upholstering and
generally making the vehicle
k as good as new. Your or
. Jt. D. SE-X N & SON *
LAURENS, S. C.
WHENEVER YOU NEED
A GEERAL TONIC - TAKE GROVE'S
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver,.
Drives Out Malaria, Eri ies the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System, or Grown People and Children.
You know what you are taking en you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
as the formula is printed on ever abel showing that it contains the well known
tonic properties of QUININ14 au IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever,
Weakness, general debility and loss of ap~petite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Bliliousness without purging.
Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and
purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener.
blo family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. 50c.
*RED IRON RACKET
D ~ BUYERSfi
Are now in the Market Rooting for
DBargains for tlyeir 5 stores.
L. E. Burns of Laurens,
J. C. BrofGreenwood,R
BL. N. Entrekin of Anderson,
W. A. Martin of Greenville,
DC. D. Entrekin of Spartanburg,
are all banded together scouring
Dthe market for Spring and Sum
KEEP YOUR EYES ON
RED IR~ON RACKET
0 f oi Srin o Bargains 0