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SlN;AliOA1t1) Alit LIN1N
The Seaboard Air Line will
run a special train of Pullman
sleepers and diners to Atlanta
on the morning of May 12th for
the benefit of South (,arolina
Shriners. A special car will be
placed in the Laurens yards for
local Shriners. This will be at
tached to the special train at
Clinton. 1eserv tions may be
had from the lo6al ticket agent
or from 11. Terry and I. C. Gray.
C. S. ('ompton, T. 1'. A.
i - -1 tMlGI
R. CLIFTON JONES
Oifce In Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86: Residence 219
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courte.
prompt attention advento all business.
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting
Land Surveys a Specialty
s ancrete Work Skillfully done or in.
Drawings and estimates of all Kind.
Telephone No. 346
Laurens, S. C.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tcm iand caused trouble with your kid
neys and bladder? Have you pains in
loins, be, ba c and n bladder? IInye you
t flabby appe'arane.. of the (nit.i, and un
der the eyes''' A freuenrnt desire to pass
u-ine? If an, Willi:tms' vr Vidney I'iIla will
cu:re yon-Irrggis;i. PricQ 60e.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Prop.., Cleveland, Ohio
L4AUUENS D1RUG LO.
I Asrnt4. S. (!.
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard geeu.rral strengthening tonic.
G ROVE'8 TA5TI'LtI:*; chill TONIC, drives of
'laria and builds up the sysitern. A true tori:
- sure Appetizer. I'rtdults and children. Sc
L E S are curabin. All kinds
i r r. an
ia aiway Internal.
Dr. Leon hardt's
H E M-- R O
tablet, prd wie amiazing r.sult by attncking the
IN FLRNAL C AUSE. 'i pil.r are .rie up and
pe7rmntrenrtly eurni. 24 'drnys' treatnent, $1.0.
.Sl by Laureins Drur Co. and all druggists.
POPIAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives itistant rlie ml anr abluitei cure
in all cases of :.-rosm. ronchitis. and
I!ay Fever. Sohl by druggists; mail on
receipt of price; $ t (o.
Trial I'rtkaAt' fiy mall 10 cents.
WILUIAMS MFC. CO., Pron... Cleveland. Olio
LAUltENS4 DlIIJUG CO.
Undertakers and Embalmere
Call. answered any hours, cday or night.
LAUR ENS, S. C.
Notice of Dissolution.
By miatual consentt the firm of 1R. C2.
Giray & ('o. has b~eenr dissolved andI
thre business of said firm placed In thre
hanrds of' W. 12. Gray withr power of
attorney to collect andt lifluiidatte. Rt. C.
Gray wvill continrue business at thre
samer old atnd and will appreciate a
call from all our old cuastomers and
fronm as unany new ones as want to
drIve a grnad bargalin.
W. L. Gray,
A. I). Gray,
Rt. C. Gray.
Lau'rena, S C.,.Jan. 1, 191H.'-4
N. B. DIAL A. C. ToDD
DtAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Erterprise Bank Biuiling, Lauren., S. C.
PRACTICE [N ALL COURTS
Monney to loan on lien1 Estate-Long
Are You a Woman?
IThe Woman's Tonic
FO8 SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS4
NOW A CERTAINTY
President Signs 1111! Authorising Ex.
pendituro of About $35,000,000 for
Railroad Into Alaskan Territory.
Washington, March 12.-President
Wilson extended what he teridd
"the hand of real helpfulness and
brotherhood to Alaska," when he
signed the bill authorizing the ex
penditure of $35,000,000 for the first
government-owned 'railroad con
structed by the United States.
Secretary Lane, a group of sen
ators and representatives and mem
bers of the Seattle Chamber of Corn
merce stood beside the president as
he affixed his signature to the act.
The president was in a happy mood
and In laying one souvenir pen aside
to use another, smilingly remarked:
"I'll change engines."
When the bill had been signed the
president made a brief speech.
"I want to say," said the president,
"how sineiy'e my gratiflieatiot Is In
the completion of this measur11e and
its successful passage. I feel that
we have at lea(st reached out the
hand of real helpfulness an( broth
erhood to A laska, which will now
link it to 11s by many bonds that
will be valuable to both sides. This
is a. 0c)nsum11)atin that I have been
hoping might arrive in mlly adminis
traltiol and that it has come so soon
is to Ire very delightful."
Deciretary Iaatne immediately after
ward had a long talk with the pres
Ident. about the selection of engineers
for the task. Though Colonel Goe
tials had been mentioned for the
work, it is unlikely that he will be
through with the l'anama (anal in
tine for the present underltaking,
wichi ul r. Lane intend:; to get into
operation at oncer.
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* PINE BLUFF NEWS. *
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*s * s e s ..s es s ss
Pine lluff, March I I.---'T'he bird
hunters did not lose anly time last
week as they are law abiding citizens.
Theywere certainly blessed with sunl)
shinte to close their sporting days.
Mh-ssrs. 11111. Rasor and Duller, of
('ross 11111, while making ieir trill,
were greatly excited by -ilr. Diuller's
horse falling in a gully which h' was
at telllpttinig to ('css with tmor' tlhatnl
is shatr' of ri dets.
.\r. and .\rs. I1I. I'. C'artet r visitedi
.\lr. It. S. G-rillin's f:ni)!y last week:.
Wss M':ois e lir-own atienduted thl. W\.
.\l. Ui. a~t (linton, which wv:+s well 1rep
rsen-tend from all the hutbrches.
Mrs. litrooks (oats and .1\rs. It. I).
\'hileord :s;.ent last Wednesyl: withl
W. (1. lloazman's family. .
.\. .1. W. Iliii's family are visiting
Mr. andt Mrs. W. A\. Ilonmas
\1r. R. W. iloaztma n has gotten home
alter a weel's stay at La1ren1s at
R'omet of our1 lan)iter's areI pre'pin 'ltg
corn') land1(, tak ing advanitage of' the
.1. \V. and R. S. Turner wvere r'ecenit
v'isitors of 11ev. W. P. Turner.
* WATTS M1LLS *
Watts Miii, March 16.-Rev. GI. C.
I iedlgelpeth filled hiis apoiiintmlet 0on
Siun day morning andl lreaiced trom
the subject "Good Master What Shall
3Rev. Mr. Lewis also preached to the
Methodists on Suinday niight.
Mrs. .1. N. licaton and little dlaugh
ter visitedl relatives In Greetiwood
Mr. T. F. Bighop and son, Rtamnon,
visited r'elatives .tnear Cross Anchor
We are very sotry to r'eport that
Mrs. Brown, who has been1 sic0k for
somle titme, is improvinig hut slowly.
Mrs. W. C. Marlor who has bien on
the sick '1st Is now -able0 to be~ out
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Carter vilsltedl
at the home of M1r. C. C. .Johtnson Sun
.1. M. Moore and fatnily visited( at
thle ho'm)e of W sA. Moore otn Sund~ay.
Mrs. McQuown who has been con
finled to hier rootn for some time Is
better at this writing.(
Mtr. George Corbon anid Miss Lily
Kirby are to be married today at thlis
place0 by R1ev. (1. C. Heodgep~ethi.
Mr. JT. N. Prir and family will move
to Greenville to Duneas Mill at an
early date. We are quite sure that
Mr. and Mrs. Prior wIll bie greatly
missed by their many friends and the
people of this place andl more especial
ly will they 1)e missed in the church
and Sunday school In whlich they have
been faithful workers. We regret very
much to give them up.
(hnwhrefIn's Tablets for Constipa
For constipation, Ohamberlain's Tab
lets are excellent. Easy to take, mild
and gentle in effet. (lve them a trial.
We.r sa inry all daenrs
* WOODROW WILSON NEWS. *
Woodrow Wilson, March 1.-This
morning is spring weather and the
farmers are busy getting their farms
ready for planting.
Mrs. Arthur Iramlett spent last
week with relatives at Ware Shoals.
The Sunday school is getting on
nicely, a large crowd in attendance
Mr. 'C. Y. Craddock has his new
house completed and has moved his
family in. We welcome them back
into our community.
Mr. Austin Bramlett and Mr. W. L.
Reid spent F-aturday in Greenville.
Several of the mren attended preach
ing at the First Baptist church of
Laurens Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Willis silent
Sunday with her parents, 'Mr. and
Mrs. Austin Uramlett.
The Rural School improvement as
sociation met with Mrs. W. L. Reid on
last 'T'hursday and decided to give a
box and oyster supper at the Wood
roy' Wilson school house on Friday
n ight , Apil :rd t 'Te ptroceedls will
iet used for the benefit of the school.
The public is cordially invited to at
h'lie M1others' Favorite.
A cough mie<.ine for children
should be harmless. It should be
pleasant to take. It should be effec
tual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
all this and is the mothers' favorite
everywhere. For sale by all dealers.
* LANFORD NEWS.
Lanford, larch Id.-We are having
some real spring weather. The farm
ors are putting ott new life, already.
There have been :.5 cars of fertilizer
shipped to this place. The health of
the commu11nit' is very good.
Mliss ILouise Wolff has the mumps.
Miss Robinl l'attierson is visiting in
Wood ru1 ff.
Miss Mollie loor( is sick at this
Miss 1yde Wofford visiteil at Capt.
.1. W. Ia nford's last week.
Mr. fax ter I)eshlields spent he
week-end with his iarentts here.
AIr. J .lhnni.' 1. 1larmon, a sttudent
at Cecil husis5 college, was at home
Mir. .1. W. .Tlhnson spent the week
(nd( with his wife here.
.Mlr. anl Ml's. .I. W. (ann111~n spent
\!in:hi:y nigit with M1r. ('nwon's par
Miss l"anni' lirmon is visiting .i\ss
Nilr..\relie Wi\hllis and 'am1ily spent
Sunilay with i lr. 'I 1:. Wolff.
.r. :uni .\is. O. ,. L anford, Miss
Carrie L.ou Iliggins, Mliss Natnie L:tn
f'ord and A\ndrie I" ranks attended the
W. .\. 1'. meeting at Durban church
The many friends of Miss Mell Wel
hotrn will be pa ied to learnt of hot'
illness5 and~ hope) for hter a speedy re
Rev. M. Owings wvas in Lanford on
Mr. Talmage Patterson andl sister,
Miss Bell Patterson, spent Saturday
andi Satutrday tniht in Laurens, with
their auntt, Mrs. J1. HI. Cuntinaghamn.
Mr. d14. C'. Alleni was in Lanford
Motnday wtriting insurance.
iMr. .1. S. liiggitns has added0( atnothetr
roomt1 to htis dwelling whbich a'dd1s much
to Its appeaoirance.
Mr'. A. C. Crow is making sotme 11m
provemtents on his dwelling also.
Rev. W. P'. Stmith filled Ils regular
applointmenC~t here Sutnday, preaching
two excellent sermons.
WE C.\N NOW SUPPLY
THIIS llAllt lflEPAhIATlON
Our big Ilarmony Laboratories in
Boston have catught up with their or
ders now andl so we won't have to
disappoint any who are using 1lIart
nmony Haltr Beauitifler' and wvatt more
orf it, or any wvho have boon advised
by your friends to use it. We can
now fill alil dhemalpds5, even1 if It be
colmes evetn more iof a rage than it
I iarmony Iliair Beautifier is just
wvhat it is namei --a htair bteautifier.
it is not a halt. d 'e 0or hiri oil-bitt a
dainty13, roeo0--terf I ted liquid( d ress
lng to give't tho 1 air1 its ntatotral gloss
and1( brighitn'hys, wavi'y softness, rich
beauty. Easy apply-sim ply spr'in-.
beoebrushting it. Con talns 11o oil,
andl wvill not chiange color of the halir,
tor dar ken gt'ay hai r.
TIo keelp y'our hatir anid scalp dIan
drtuff-freo and1( clean, utse liarmony
Shampoo. Th'lis pu11re liquid 811am poo
gives a's instanltaneouts rich lather thawt
immediately penetrates to every part
of hair and( scalp, Insuring a qick
and thoroughl cleansing. Washed off
just as quickly, the enltiro operation
takes only a few motments. Contais
nothing thlat can harm -the hair;
leaves no harshtness or stickiness -
jutst a sweet-smelling cleanliness,
Bothl preparaitiotns c0o in n:Id
shaped, very ortnamental bottles, with
,printkle~r tops. IHarmony Hair Beau
tifler, $1.00. Harmony Shampoo, f.0c.
Botht gutaranlteed to satisfy you in cv
ety way, or your money hack. Sold
only at the mot'e thtan 7,000 Rexal
storecs, and in this town only by us.
Laurens 'rug Co., 103 W. Mail St.,
Match the Ne
Playing such a prominent
latest fashions, dress accessori
this season. Our accessory s<
distinctive things--the little co
dear to milady of fashion.
You will find a tempting
indulge to your hearts conteni
shopping bags to match your
ornam ents, vanity purses, che
Especially will you appre
the new neckwear. It is orig
design--and pleasingly moderm
Our Spring Goods have e
in shades and design--you wil
array of all that is latest in N
Crepes, Wash Crepes, Crepe I
Printed Crepes, and wash Go<
Everything is moderatel
your early inspection.
THE STUDEBAKER SIX is the los
priced "SIX" built.
Yet "Studebaker" stands--and has always at
for extraordinary efficiency.
Studebaker manufacturing methods furnis
We shall make more SIXES for 1914 thai
combined factories of America made for 191
And we manufacture every essential part
goes into the Studebaker Six.
That is why the Studebaker SIX--uneq
either in beauty or efficiency--costs you lei
hundreds of dollars than any other "Six" eve
proaching it in quality and lasting worth.
L AUI RFNS
part as they do in the
es are much in vogue
ection is full of new and
nceits and ornaments so
variety so that you can
your own pet fancies-'
costumes, luxurious hair
tins and other tasteful
ciate the daintiness of .
inal and bewitching in
tte in price.
trrived and are beautiful
I find here a magnificent
ew Silks, Silk Foulards,
(oile, Printed Repplettes,
>ds of every kind.
r priced and we invite
It Because It's a Studebaker"
THlE STUD)ERAKER SIX
TH~E S'UTDEIJAIER VOURt
Touring Car $1050
WveSt I;RandaIu-Roads2ter $1200
A'Al prices~ F. 0. 13. Deotirot
the Electrically Lighted
RIN, Dealer .