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Mr. John !Crows of Columbia spent
Sunday in the city.
Miss -Edna Owens spent Thursday
visiting in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson are
spending several days here with rela
Mr. and 'Mrs. Cliff Babb of Green
ville spent ibaster here visiting rela
Editor Wilson Harris of the Clin
ton Chronicle, spent Monday night
Miss Eva Goggans of Newberry is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. 0.
-Dr. C. M. Miller spent several (lays
in Columbia last week attending a
convention of 'Rexall men.
Mrs. Ed Clary has returned from
Sumter where she has been spending
several days visiting friends.
Miss Lillian iHamer of -Bennetts
vile spent the week-end here as the
guest of Miss Bessie Williams.
ir. L. (. Roff spent, last Thursday
and Friday in Columbia where he
went for X-Ray examinations.
Miss lDixie Lambert of Duluth, Wis.,
is visiting in Laurens as the guest of
her school-mate Miss HIettie Lake.
Mr. Alison Lee left last Friday for
Winston-Salem, N. C., to spend a week
with his school male Dr. S. D. Craig.
Messrs. T. .. McAlister and John
Switzer have returned from a three
day:; fishing trip in Orangeburg coun
Miss Susan Dean is spending this
week in Greenville. Her position Is
being filled by Mr. It. 1H. Beard of Co
Mr. W. H. Washington, who has been
teaching school at Hamer, passed
through the city Friday on his way to
his home in the Mt. Olive section.
Mr. .J. R. Brown, who has beqn with
Powe Drug Company for several
months has accepted i position in Co
lumbia with Ilaywards Pharmacy and
will leave Laurens today.
Miss Mary Sherard of Ninety Six, a
student at the College for Women,
spent Monday here with relatives. She
came up to visit her grandmother, Mrs.
Annie Sherard,. who is still seriously
Chief Elgin of the Abhville Fire De
partment spent Sunday here visiting
friends. 'Chief Elgin made many Lau
rens friends by the princely manner
in which he helped to entertain the
visiting fire - laddies at the tourna
ment last summer.
WILL PL.tY NEWHERlRY SATITRDAV
Watts Mill ''eamn WilI Tackle College
Lads. (anie Last Saturday Fast. and
The second game of the baseball
:season will be played on the Watts
Mill grounds next Saturday when the
Watts team will tackle the lads from
Newberry College. The game will be
gin promptly at - o'clock and the ad
misson willl be as uisuai. The New
berry team is one of the strongest col
leo teams in the state and a conflict
-#th Watts Is certain to be interesting.
The first game of the season took
skee last Saturday between the local
$1m and IEnoree. As Is usually the
~se Watts walked away with the visi
*wa in easy style, the score being
about 6 to nothing. There were many
ears in the game but b~y far the shin
$set was Mr. Doe Hill, who handedl on
toe visitor's pitcher for a single, a
douible, and a hmoe run.
Yonng's Township Meeting.
Youngs Townshiip IDemocratic ci llb
'41 meet the th Saturday, A pril 25th,
a4 3 o'clock, P. M. at Youngs store to
s~organize and niect delegates to the
Wmn. P. Harris,
NW SKIN BREAKS
OUT AND ITCHES
Wee it Like a Cold Cream and Dry
Eecxema Eruptions Rtight Up.
Trhe ioment you apply hold-1-sulIphur
to an Itching or broken out skin, the
Main topa and h~ea!!ng begins, says
a' renowned deu'matologist.
This remarkable s iphur made into
a' thick cream effects ueh protnpt, re
Sbi, even in aggravaut Ilcz ma, that
is a never-ending so rce f amaze
agent to physicians.
For many years bold-s 1p ur has oc
*opied a secure position the treat
proertes ndnothina' has nver been
nd o tke tsplace in relieving ir
beadinflammatory affections of
e skn. Wilenot always establish
a peranentcure, yet, in every in
neitmmediately subdues the
e in iritaionand heats the Feze
eslarigt upandi i often years lat
~,before any eruption again mani
Any good pharmacist will supply an
.Jce of bold-sulphur creap: whibici
puld be aniplied to the affected Jartsi
Geke the ordinary cold creams. It~ isn't
Wleasant and the prompt-retiqf af
ded is very welcome, puio l~uarly
~~the 15ezema is neeaai.with
Three Companies of the Boys In Gray
Meet at Owings.
The -aintial reunion of Companies
"G" 3rd Regt., Co. "'E' '14th Regt., and
Co. "E" 3rd Bat. was held at Owings
on last Saturday, 11th of April. A large
crowd was in attendance.
The ladies arranged the following
program, which was well carried out,
with Mr. J. L. Gray, a former Virgin
ian but now of Owings, presiding:
1. Song, "Straight and Narrow Way"
2. Song, "Hold the Fort."
3. Prayer by Col. Brown.
4. Welcome address. Johnnie Smith.
5. Response by O. G. Thompson.
6. Quartette, "Just Before the Battle
7. Address by Col. Wharton.
8. Song, "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp."
9. Recitation, "Southern Soldier Boy"
10. Address by Col. Brown.
11. Song, "Tenting To-night."
12. "Red, White and Blue Drill," by
'twelve young ladies.
13. Sung, "The Southern Girl."
Adjourn for dinner.
Col. Wharton, always entertaining
and instructive, was at his best, the
theme of the Confederate Soldier
arouses his rich red blood. Ills ad
dress was splendid.
Col. Brown, always contributes
greatly to these occasion. , lls address
was full of narratives of the past. Al
though almost, or quite four score
years of age, he retains his mental and
physical vigor well indeed. A mes
sage regretting his inability to attend,
accompanied with expressions of good
cheer and deep affection, for old com
rades, came from Capt. Ii. P. Gr'iillth of
Limestone college, was read..
Col. Brown, Capt. Grillith, and Lieut
A. C. Owings, commissioned oflicers at
the organization of Co. "I:" still sur
vive. Lieut. Owings was present. It
is doubtful whether there is surviving
of another company in the state, three
commissioned officers that went into
service in 1861.
'There were on hand sixty veterans,
representing many different commands
and different arms of the service. Of
Co. "" 14th Regt. there was present
11; Co. "G" 3rd llegt. (Briars) 5; Co.
"1L" 3rd- Bat. 4.
The afternoon service was begun
Resolutions in memory of Win. I-.
Ball, .James B. Iiiggins and If. Young
Owens of the "liars", who had died
since last meeting, were passed. The
other two companies had lost none
within the past year. iiglit royally
were we entertained by these good
people and the day at Owings Station
will \be long reni mhered.
After the celebrated song "lticli
mond is a hard road to travel" by John
13. Jones, followed by "When the roll
is called up yonder", the meeting
closed with prayer by Rev. It. (1. Mlat
.AN OLD SOLDIER PASSES.
Veteran Charlie Jones Dies at tihe
Home of HIs Son-in-Law.
Mr. Charlie Jlones, a prominent cIt
izen pf Laurens county, died at (lhe
home of his son-in-law, Mr. S. WV. Cook
near Friendship church last Friday.
Mr. Jones was 72 years of age and was
a veteran of (lie War TBetween thie
States. IHo wvas a member of Company
B of Ihampton's Legion and lis recordl
in (lie war was oneC of which aniy sol
dier' might well 1be proudl. As a solier
lie was faithful anid fearless and as a
man ho was true-hearted, loyal and a
consaecratedl Chr'istian. Ho was a
member of (lie Baptist church at War
rior creek, where he was laid to rest
last Saturday. (lie ceremonies being
conducted by (lie pastor. Besides his
family he has many frieiids to niourii
YOUR MONEY IIACI(
IF YOU WA NT IT
Leading Druggists Will Itefundl Pumr
chase Price of D~odson's Liher Tone
if You're lhlssatisnied.
The Laurens Drd'g Co. 'may not he
willing to guarantee the, safety anid
reliability of calomel for constipation
and sluggish liver, but this store will
and (lees stand back of Dodsaon's Liv
er Tone with an uncpniditionial guaran
tee to refund (lie full purchase price
(50c) instantly without question if
you are not satisfied. In every way
with Liver Tone and 'its results.
If you take calo el, perhaps you
will seem to get te >or,ary relief, but
it often happens.41h the after-effects
are at least unpi fa ant andl sonme
doses is a poison r1d actually deadly
to some--perhaps you-and hence
its use means taking chances,
With Dods's iver Tone you are
always safe. Its reliability is so cer
tain that it can be sold with the
money-back guarantee. It is a vege
table liquid, pleasant to take, and it
eannot harm. It clears up the dulled
and aching head and cleans out the
clogged system in what many have
found to be a wonderful way, Dod
Bon's iver Tone will do for you what
It has done for thousands-and you
run no risk in trying it. Ask the Lau
rena Drug Co. -about Dodpon's and the
These 40 Features
which we have described
in detail this week, are
of the Hoosier Company.
For 16 years this com
pany has built the famous
and in all that time has never added
an "improvement" that proved a
failure. But unless you sit down
in front of this beautiful co'inet
and see its vyonderful conveniences
yourself you cannot hope to realize
how much labor this new Hoosier
would save you.
See for instance, how the big,
roomy, metal table slides out 16
inches over the base. 1Votice how an
exclusive Hoosier patent prevents this
table from warping.
Observe es ecially how cleverly the
inside of t te door space above the
table is utilized to bring things you need
often nearest your hand. The sliding
table enab!es you to open the doors with
out removing anything from the table,
and the insides of the doors save any
dangerof knocking things over by reach.
ing across the table.
Metal Meal Bin
Our window, displaying these
features in "White Beauty,"
has caused more talk than
any window display we've
ever had. SEE IT. Tomor
ooe row is the last day.
"White Beauty" Ant-Proof Casters
- (3) "What shall we hav'e for Dinner?''
T his Christie Frederick's Food
SaudyYorLs Chaceave ther New Be tt xluieprto h
.- nd a oorrer Cabinet, will (save you enough
t rtime and money to iy for the Cabinet
in lss tha a year. Sietry tun the dial
until you see the meat you want and a
Saturday Your Last Chance to Have the New e
economnicatl menus is before you.altne
Hoosier Put in You Home f or $1.0 (4 Every woman leas favorite cps
Scores o f othere women areinoyou stat ofv
mind.ult Theyben arer reain this finlhal
one you deant. The Metal Recipe Card
Will you decide now to come down The Hoosier Plan Is Simply This: File has SO cards and ten index guides.
You can paste or write the recipe and
tomorrow and settle the matter once for 1 $1 puts any Hoosier you select file it always at your fingers' ends. A
all, or will you let tomorrow drift by- in your ome. special holder is provided so you can
ekeep any recipe you are using at level of
n tn yoo let e 2. $1 weekly quickly pays for it. your eyes-without holding or soiling it.
because the Hoosier P/an of Sale positively 3. The Low Ca.li Price fixed by
will close tomorrow? the Factory prevails strictly. THIS NEW OOSIER
4. Hieo Sale is under direct super
Scores of other women are in your state of vision of tale uoosier Company. SAVES STEPS SCIENTIFIC
mind. They are reading this final call . No interest. No extra fees. SAVES TIME SANITARY
tonight. And many who have post- 6. Your money back if you are not SAVES MONEY DURABLE
poied as you have are making up their delighted with your Hoosier. SAVES HEALTH CONVENIENT
minds tonight to come down tomorrow SAVES LOOKS BEAUTIFUL
for a final decision. What Possible Reason can retain to
theepriveyottof YOU NEED IT
choice" (slcemains3bteen4'w ie4 the use of this Hoosir? Only the small number YOU CAN AFFORD IT
Beuy"(eete y3Outaofk4"women) of thoosiers left and the certainty that more YOU CAN HAVE IT TOMORROW
and the Hoosiers with Ninterior. women will come than we can sly. Every
But the numbers are few and you cannot day we have enrolled more women on the Hoosie in your examination tomorrow, be
WhatePossigetReason cabminet to 5
hopetog eif you delay. YOU Incur plan than we expected. There are fewer cabinets sure to note carefully the Ne
left for tomorrow than we have sold on any one Shaker Sifter we've already described.
no obligation by coming, so let other mat- day. these fev undoubtedly would be taken It shakes flour through instead of grind
ters ait tmorro whil you ettlethis without this ad, but wve make this final announce- lgI hog.I antwa u.I
muent to keep our promise to advise you of the ~~l ~~fuf n ih.Teol~
i m p o r t a n t q u e s ti o n . ~~~la s t d a y . t i g o t i d n a s l t l e
mor ipotane o ou Fo te ewWe Now Have Kept Our Teead3 te ovnei
alradysedby00,OO omn. tsaesPromise to You aewrheaiigtmro
milesof seps nd hors o valable Please remember, if you come too late,-e natsm proalfor
time Itsavs halthandgoo loks, that we have told you every day of the o orpr.Tmro sYU
it i vey lo inpric-an on he ib- progress of this sale, and that we now give ls cac odcd hte
eralterm of he oosir Pln isthe you the final date in time for you to stillyowathenwonheea
Cheapest Kitchen Cabinet Ever Built. enoliyoacerytmrowHosrPa.
en yesterday afternoon by Mrs. S. M.
I ggAg AN P pSNAL. Wilkes. About forty guests were
present to enjoy the games and the SPECIAL RATES TO NAS. \
hoslitality of the hostess. A dolicious VILIE,
Last Friday afternoon Mrs. M. L. salad courso was served. u n
Smith entertained in a most delightful con_______0_
manner in honour of the Forty Two Have you seen the "White Beauty"? ventlon.
club. Six tables of this popular game if not, comne to our store and let the I ' e
'tloo ier Mlan show you hoaoar ther Lie- i
were arranged. After several rounds of yoosier san so yu.ow the
play the hostess served refreshing ice S. ooe . & 1sae . II. Wilkes & Co. rate of $12.70 for round trip fare
eream and cake. --- --- r/
Liati ice 'athcar- Laureins Township) Meecttng. of ticket sale from May ti until
Miss Lizzre Richey was the charm- L twh d r n l M t
ting hostess to the F'orty Two club onnubr~ 1wihIalimtly30.Po
lughotes o te ory wo lu o nzlibe "''will meet at the Cou rt additilonal iniformtal ion, tiee Rev.
Saturday morning. The guests were I Saturday p 2;th i
arranged around seven tables and af
Lauen Tonsl Meeting.
numberi~lll" "2"wil ee atth Cur
ter several gaines they were served for reorganization, election of dele- inton it 12:04 P. N. oni 2.30 P. A
most delectable salad course. gates to the county convention and n moring atJNashville(6:3
ooo other purposes.
Among the pleasant social events of O. 0. Thompson, to ita original newness. Nothing
the week was the Forty Two party giv- - President. For Laurens Shriers. hurts a business like a shabby delty
* -- - - ----- ______------__________ The 9eaboard Alr. l14io will cry service. Have us send] for tha
" I place a isjpeciai Pui-intAn sleeper
in te Lures yrdstorthe wagon and make it new again in ev
$200,000 Worth of Real Estate for Sale! benefit of local Shriners going ery respect. We'll make all
to Atlantas on May 12th. This nsary repairs, gilve It a new coat of
Store Rooms on the square; Livery and Sales Stables; car will be picked up at Clinton paint or varnish and send it back ali
Blacksmith Shop and Tools; the Gray Shealy Machine by regular train. See H. Terry apick, span and sparkling.
Shop and surrounding bdildings; City hot Bo and lots. All or R. C. Gray for further partic
kinds of farm lands. Prices and terms rt ht. ulars. T. P. A.
I buy and sell Stocks. Also write [ife and Fire Insurance L.AURENS1, S. C.
l B M . W OLFF or Weks A and Loss of Appetlt. To Cure a Cold In One Day
Estate ManAcuLaurens, S. C. C o'ngheadacheanwkoff the Cold.
Mat ma bueld. up the ystem. A te ionlc Dnuroeft refund money f rt fells to cure.
additna Peadultsudchtdn. afti W. lhOVTs alroatum on ech bev ..
M.L a'n TaIlae