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Madden, March 30.-Farmers are
rushing farm w :rk through here. A
great deal of corn has been planted,
grain is looking well. Good many
have applied nitrate of soda to grain
which ought to increase the yield of
?Messrs. J. H. Finley and .' S. Lang
ston represented New Prospect at
.heir union meeting.
Mr. ., 11. Powers has had a phone
placed in his residence. -ere's a hint
housekeepers: When you have on your
studying cap for the ever present <iues
tion "'hat shall I have for dinner?"
possibly Ar. Power, his Phone and
his truck patches will help you solve
Quite a little excitement was caused
among our Pupils last Friday after
noon when they and the teacher.; went
to the de0.k for a look at the booklets
n1d drawings, etc that they had p're
!iared for the fair to rind alas! their
exhibits were gone! The trustees
were notItlcel, the rural Policeman
was called in and by Putting two and
two together the riddle was solved. A
colored girl had helped herself to the
pretty little booklets and hadi three of
lie drawings adorning the walls of the
negro school, the others she hiad dis
tributed a mong her adoring sch oo
mates. Miss Aiken and her pupits
have the sympathy of all for their nis
oi'titte. They had spent much timie
and thoutght in their work and now
t!'at the fair is so near, I doubt it
rihey enn replace the articles with new
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown had as
their guest Sunday, Mr. and Mi's. An
dy loyd amd .liss .1acobs. the Oakville
D)r. .1. L. Fennell of Waterloo, was
nailed in Friday to see Mrs. t'liff ('in
nlughami, who is suffering with rhe
:natism. The children are also sick
with mumPs. All are better and hope
to he out in a few (lays.
Rev. and .\rts. Major were Pleasant
callers at the home of I r. and .Mrs.
('linkscales Friday afternoon.
Mr. .1. A. Wofford and son and Mr.
('laude Finley, attended services at
Mlt. Pleasant. Sunday.
Mrs. Tonm Shaw and Miss Susie
Langston went down to see their aunt,
Mirs. America Madden, who is quite
lick at her home near hlolly Grove
News has been received here that
\lr. Griff Finley is quite ill at his home
in Texas. lie has been taken to a hos
'ital for an operation and his case is
very serious. Mr. Finley vas rai:c-I
n Laurens county and friends and 1rei
:'tives will be sorry to know he is so
Notwithstanding the in'lemency of
the weather there was quite a crowd
thered in Trinity-llidge auditori'u m
or the contest Friday night. ltepre
-entatives from Trinity-llidge and
New Prospect, will have the honor of
:-epresenting Laurens township at the
air. Little .IMiss ('aine wil represent
he formerci school; .\NIat tie Sue Woffoi'i
Mr's. Em ma ('unnini ghami of ILee';
v'ille and Miss Enti Pchower' of La'ir'ens
were calIi ng oni relatives here l.
('lenris ('omplexion--- itemnoes Skin
Why go through life embar'rassed
and d isfigured1~ wit (Iitiii lies, er'upltions
ilackhleadls, i'ed rough skin, oi' su ffei'
'ag the toituies of eczema, itch, tet
ter', salt rheumi. .1list ask your dru'g
1:st 'foi' Dri. I Tohson's Eczema Oint
mient. Follow the siminple suggest ions
ad youi' skin worries are over'. Mild,
'toothIng, effective, excellent for' ha
bies and dellenate, t ender' skin. Stopus
chappiite.. Al ways help~s.. ttellef or'
money back. 50eh at your' dr'uggist.
Mt. Olive. Marchi 30t.-Th''e farmier's
arie ver'y btusy making lpreparat Ions
for plaiitinug t heii'r eps. A few in
his comminunity have planted coi'n.
T1he uni on mei et Ing of thle se'ond~
and third dIlvisionis met with Mt. Otive
'aturday aiii Sundii~y. A Iarige cirowdu
rttendeld and(I hearid aii excellent ser'
mon and manny hlpful talks.
Mr'. 0. W. Washington visited at
Pledmoiit Satiirday and Sunday.
Mr. W. W. ('ooper recently hotight
a nice mnule.
Miss Siiha Mae Htolt is visitIng rel
atives in Gireenville.
Mr. (Geo. Washington of Augusta.
('a., visited ielat Ive's hiere i'eceiitly.
On last Wediiesdey ev'ening at the
holme of Mi'. aiid '. irs. JT. W. Wells,
'.liss Coera ('ulhert'tron and Mr'. Sam
(Cteland of the [lush RtIver section
were united in mar~iriage. Th'ley have
ho best wvishs o'f Otheir manyi3 friends
S"pring~ laxative amnd Blood ('leanse'r
Flush out the aicciiuulated waste
rnd poIsons of the witnter months:
''loanre your stomia('h, li' and kid
toys of all imimtritlit;. Take Dir.
;ing's New [ife Pills: iiothiing better
"or puryiing the bltood. MiIld, nion
tri pinag !axiv le. Curies eonstiIpa tion;
Snkes .aii feel tiie. 'iTake no other.'
25c, at your druggist.
Jiuellen 's Ainien Salve for all hur its
* DIALS. *
Dials, March 30.-The esteemed cor
respondent from Lisbon certainly
voices my sentiment, and that of ev
ery citizen who is loyal to the tradi
tions of the past, in regard to .ludge
Thompson making the race this year
unopposed. This is the least that we,
of this age, can do to honor one who,
When the war clouds gathered, along
with hosts of others stood ready to
fight in defense of country and home,
and whose integrity and ellcicacy
while in public service las never been
questioned. Inleed I don't believe
Laurens county holds a man so devoid
of sentiment as to risk defeat by com
-ming out against that grand old veter
an, 0. G. Thompson.
Alisses li zzie ilunter antd C!arette
Hlenry spent Saturday with Mr. .John
Godfrey and family.
.\rs. W. M. (Gray o Gray Court, sad
1). I). larris stent last Monday with
ir... 1. S. Blrooks.
.M"". .John 11. Brownlee Was a busi
n(55 Visitor to Laurens Tuesday.
Mir. i. R. 1lroolks is the proud ows
er of a Bluick runabout.
.\lr. and lrs. li.uide .\le'rcrom~bie an.
Chi}ldro.t were the " - of t.he M im:s
.\berer ombie nea'r1' itauin 1it( nay.
lr. 1R. It. Owings was in 1.airens
\liss lttima Hlarris had as her guest
Saturday night, .\iss ('larette 1lenry.
Mlsses ILuree and iatinnie May Ab er
croblie and brother. Clarence, spent
Satur(lay nighit and Stunday with .\iss
es ('lare and .Mamie Campl1bell.
Miss Fannie lirovnlee and brother.
.oe, spent Sund a:y in Wairrior. as the
gutes t of M\iss P~ta :Brto~wnle te and
.liss Rose Itby of Woodruff. is lthe
charmiing guest of .\l is Ost'll WV illis.
'Tlie Ladies Aid Society realized a
nice sunl from the sale of their hot
supper, in the school building Sattr
Mirs. 1. S. lrooks was the guest of
r'latives in Gray Court Satuiday.
Miss Eva lones of Fountatn 11n.
was the week-end guest of Mts. John
1110.I11NS IN SI'ON) l1.%N1) 'AlS
1 Ford loadster 1911 model, in good
running order $100.00.
1 13,r'ush Car in good running order
I Maxwell, two passenger car, $150.
1 Pord touring car $225.00.
All the above cars are in good run
ning order am) at sacrifice pric'es, but
we want to 1iove them. If you want
a bargain. io\f Is your opportunity.
SU M E .S ' t Iit E .
Newherry and Laurens.
* LANFORD NEWS.
Lanford, March 301.--The contest
Friday night was quite a success. The
young men acquitted themselves nice
ly. .\Master Fred Cox having won the
medal given by the ladies Rural
Sehool Improvement society. lie will
bte a conttestattt for the medal given
Nannmile ILaniford will r'eipresent Iour1
schtool ifom the 6th grade~i andil lit 1le
l'et eli Nelson the 2nd( gt'ade, both i hav
ing woit her'e atnd at iiriamtlettIs.
Sev'eral fromn here at tended the tin
ion meeting at Wartri'r Ct'eek chtirch
Saturday ando Sunday. Among thoem
were Mr's. 0. F. Fowl'ei' and M'ister
Der oy PatLtermsont, Wim. 0. Lantfot'd,
AlIIss Minntie Latnford, Mt'. Estont 1lem
btee,- Charlie Thomas, Jlames Patteir
son, Jiames Fleming, Lewis Lantford
andl Mir. TI. Di. I harmon.
Mr t. .Jimmtlie Dr'tumond spenit the
week-endt~ withi his parents her'e.
Miss Myr'tle Lanford of Woodruff,
visited Miss Roblin Pattet'sotn Satur
(lay and Sutiday.
Mrtis. Sam Sherard, who has recent
ly r'eturn'ted from thie Phil Ipp ine is
lantds, spentt Mlonday with Capt. J1. WV.
I ion. J1. M. (Catnnont and wife were
in Lantford.l Sunday.
Quite a tiumbner of the y'ouing peo
'he attIendelld the pictur te show at Iono
tea Saturday niighit.
Mr. WV. B. Godfriey and M'. Willie
Godfr'ey w~ere busIness v'isitor's to Lau
Miss Clara Wiiliamis wa's here for
lie contest Fr'tidaty ight.I
Mri. and Mr's. ii. F. Lan ford spent
Sunday withi Mrs. MXattie Lantfor'd.
YOUR HAIR NEED)S
it Quickly Ilemto'es iDandruffY
Juist heause yoiur\ htair Is ftull of
dandrtuiff, thiin, sttreak, dutll and never
wviii (10 it to look pr' I ty. do ntot de
spatir. ileauttiful hair, t 11loi<, fil'fy, lis
Itrouis aiid abisotely tree t'romn flant
dru'tff is only3 it maf'tsr ci care.
Paislan Sage freq tenIltly aipilied
will work wVondlers. J3 LLI onei 11 aplen
tioii st ops ltc'iniig headtl, r'emloves dan U
d rttff antd alil exoesslve oIl. It goes
rlghtt Lo the hiri roots and furishtt~ies
t he 110uriishmnent nteedledi-the hta ir be
comies soft, fluffy, abuntdantt atid radl
itmnt with life.
'Parisiaun Sage no~t only saves the
htalr but stimulates It to gr'ow long
antd iieavy. Get a 50-cent bottle ftomi
Itle ILauri ens Dr'ug Co. at once. Tihet'e
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Iden, March 30.-Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Owens spent Thursday with Dr. J.
W. Beason and wife.
Mr. J. L. Mahaffey was in Fountain
Inn Friday on business.
Mrs. L. I. Brooks visited relatives
in Laurens Thursday.
Mirs. S. V. ilipp and little son, Gray,
spent Saturday with Mars. Eimma
Mrs. T. H. Babb and little (laughter,
Marie, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. Ow
ens several (lays last week.
Mr. andi Mrs. W. E. Gray of Gray
Court and MIrs. Isabella Brooks spent
Sunday with Mr. M. W. Gray and fant
Alr. L. I. 13 rooks has purchased a
Miss Sue Gray is visiting 't's. .. A.
Armstrong of Laurens this week.
1ar. L. A. Armstrong who has been
suffering Witli rheum iiaIism is imp'rov
('aid of' ''hannks.
WV" wi h to thank our many friends
for the kind assistance they have ren
lered us ill otr recent nt isfor tune.
.\lay (Goi bless each and every one of
T. H1. IDabb and \Vife.
'TilE' REASON FEWI'Et
PEPL)Ei,1 T.\I E "S. L''S"
We find the use of salts ail other
harsh h1ysles Is becoming less every
year beeuse more and more people
using Rexall Orderlies. which we
:nd t hey firmly believe to be the bes-t
howelI remedy ever mnade. They
Iaste so muchl' like candy that even
ii'' t hilidren like them. At Ihe sante
line they net so easily and ntirally
that there is no punrgiig, griping or
pain. They promptly i'emove the con
stipat ion and, by 'soothing and
st rengthening the howels. make it less
lable to occur agal . We have the
litmost faith in the\n We know what
they are made of \ nd the pleasant.
honel'ial results that always follow
You needn't take ort word for it.
If IRexa il Orderlies don't help you
if they don't entirely relieve all your
howel I roubles -come back and tell us
and we'll give back your money. In
vest pocke't tinl boxes; 10c, 25c, 50c.
You ann buy Rexall Orderlies only
at ''ie lRexall Stores, and in this town
only of us. Laurens Drug Co., 103 W.
M:ain street, Laurens, S. C.
CHE E.PEt 'I'T.N Y0
C.N M.tKE 'TiiE.i,
You have seen the
idea of Merchandis
right price here. It
offer them at a pri
of doing business.
Iauiful V'oile s . .. ..
I'lai n' iurdCee
Mercerii Bt Wist ...
Cae omlet us. s..
L L w otI ( us ADese .l .
New Dress Goods
For Spring In Their First Showing
You must not miss this opportunity to view the
newest Spring weaves and patterns we are now dis
playing. This advance showing of the fabrics women
will be wearing during the coming season is unusually
I !, ?. : ! " interesting; a veritable Style Show.3
K ! " the In beauty and variety of Patterns and materials,
the manufacturers have outdone themselves this year.
Pronounced popularity is assured printed fabrics, mul
ticolor effects on crepe and taffeta grounds as well as
clinging satins in soft weaves.
Plan for your Spring apparel needs now, and make your selection
while our showing is complete.
GET IT BY H GET IT BY
PARCEL POST PARCEL POST
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Nine churches were representel on sionary sermon at 11 o'clock ,Sunday.
* 1 A(00D UNION M 'EETINV. * Saturday. The discussions were all After the sermon a collection was tak
* * good. We had a real missionary pro- en, amounting to twenty dollars. The
It was the opinion of several tha gram and the church and community next meeting will be with. Rabun
no lbetter Union Meeting has been held seemed to enjoy it to the full. iro. Creek in May.
recently than the one at Mt. Olive. Walters preached an excellent mis- 13. P. Mitchell.
it CHEAPE TH AN YOU
CAN MAKE THEM
HION WEEK IS OVER
AND NOW FOR REAL
styles you want and like, and now for the prices that are the best and
er Com~pany has always and always will maintain the popular price
ing, and you know that whatever you need yo can buy it at the
Ve offer for your selection not only the very ne' est fabrics but we
ce that appeals to you as being reasonable. That's Davis-Roper's way
-UE RECEIVED FOR EVERY CENT YOU SPEND
Cotton Fabries.A *sttoot'uilejrmn.wl OVRI yU hi e
.... .... ..........15 to .35 hv hmrgt
.... ...............10 to .35 aersSl(loe...............7,10
. .... .... ..........15 to .25 Gro oe..................5,10
. .... .... ..........15 to .35 Gro hlrn' ov.............0t 2
. .... .... .... ......15 to .25 NwscsfrIh iteoe' l oos......212 2
... .... .... .... .... .18 -to .25 SrigNkwn .50.7,10
.. .... .... .... ......25 to .75 ulig lclos. . . . . . . .7
. .... .... .... .....20,..25, .35 NwIae'0 o30
. .... .... .... .....25,..50, .75 E bodre 5t 5
.... ........ ..........50 Vol oII(igs ...75
. .... .... .... .... ..25 and .35 CeeFluens...7,10
... .... .... .... ....10 to .25 S4(fl2~ ih lmtemg.............2
.. .... .... .... ......20 to .50 Mcea t.nhn1touiu...............0
. .... .. .85 to 3.00 Sjki1 .OiI'iIone g. . . . .o
.... .... ....... 45 to 1.50 NWJt i~' nlI(e~ a
............45 t .0 New lot. Sikessies ...e ..t..t....co..6.tto250
LoAo h nieln.I youi ct oSitDrme n usl fornvincesut. w
7GLaurns' Cst iStresos.............10t.2