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HlAV E US RESTORE YOUR
to Its original newness. Nothing
hurts a business like a shabby deliv
ery service. Ilave is send for the
wagon and make it new again in ev
ery respect. We'll make all neces
sary repairs, give it a new coat of
paint or varnish and send it back all
spick. span and sparkling.
J. D. SEXTON & SON
N. N. DIAL A. C. ToDD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Bulildig, Laurens, S.C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Money to loan on Real Estato-Long
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma. Bironchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists; mail on
receipt of price $r.oo.
Trin Iackarge. by mall in rents.
WillIAMS MFG. CO., Props.. Cleveland, Ohio
LAU(RENS DRiUO CO.
Lanrens. S. 1.
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hours, day or night.
LAURENS, S. C.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian 'ilet Ointment will curc
E1llr:2, Bleeding and It chiiig lI'ies. It ab
sorbs the tumors, allays itching at once,
nets as a poultice. give:; instant relief.
Williams' Ininun I'ile Qintmnent is pre
pared for PI'es and it'hiug of thie private
par:.,. )rurggists, nm il ee anrl $1.i0.
WILLIA!hl MPG. CO., P'ops., Cleveland, Ohio
UiUEENP DRU W.
L.-re . C.
To the Subscribers and Palrons of Ihr
Laurens 'T'ele'phone (o.
You are hereby notifie i i that the in
creased rates for telihone' 5erviet
will go into effect on .\lay I 1:11.1 11
\any surbscriber desire's ti discontinr
Ahe use of' thelir telephrones, they will
please not IfIy thIie pres ident ofiiii thenom
IPanly in wirting 4n) rbeor the14111'Ilr ",011
play of' Apr11, 1911.
laui rns Tlelephionie ('o.,
I1ly W. It. Ihicy, I 'res
A i)'l 21, 191 I, 39-21
Tlake notice t ha 1n thi le 29ith day al
* ay, 1911. I wvill i'ree a Iinal ae
count of my acts ar1(n ongs as .\d
m in istr'atr'ix of lthe est ate of S. I)
NChIldre'ss, dleceasedl, in thr ollice o
>he Ju dge of' Probate', of' I .auirene
115'y, at. II o'clock. a. mU., and1( or
ilmoi (lay will apply for a fina
mar~ge fr'om nry trust. as Aditrini
,.hy peorsonl s 11ndebte d to1 anid estatI
)are notiftied anad ''trerlid t ke' pay3
'nenit on1 that date: andti arliliteron
.aving claIms against said estate il
resent threm on oi' before sa1(i dtC
rily pr1oven1, or he f'or'ever' harred(.
Zula11 l'. ChIiildress,
Apr11 29, 19 14.-- 11mo.
SPEOIAL RATES TO N ASIH
Accounrt SouthIern lliptIst ('on
The Scalboard( Air l1,ine rail
road is offering speea11 r'eduiced
rate of $12.70 for r'ountd I~ip fare
from Laur'ens, May 13-20. D)ates
of 'ticket sale from Miay 8 untIl
S13 wIth final l imit .\ay 4,0th. For
additional informnation, see Rev.
M. L. Lawson. Tr'ialn leaves
Clinton at 12:04 P. M. and 2.30 P'.
M. and ariIve at Nashville 6;:30
For Laurenls Shriners.
The S'eaboard'l AIr l~ine wIll
p, place a special Pullman sleeper
in thre Laur'ens yards for' the
benefit of local Shr'iner's golig
to Atlanta on May 12th. Thlis
ear wIll be picked up at Clinton
Sby regular tr'aln. See HT. 'Terry
or R. C. Gray for fur'ther' partle
C.SConon. TI. P'. A.'
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Many Things of Interest About th
People of the Neighboring Town.
Clinton, April 27.-Mrs. Geo. W
lBailey of this place, died Wednesday
torning at twelve o'clock at her hiome
on North Broad street. She had been
in ill health for several months past
and a few days ago became serious
ly ill, her death yesterday not comling
as a stirprise. The funeral selvice
will be helid this afternoon at foir
o'clock, after which the interment
will take place at the Presbyterlat
irs. Bailey was a womal a of minty
lovable traits and was held in high
esteeit by all who iklnew her. She
was an active and d(evoted member
of the 'resbyterian church, and uip
until the' tite she was taken sick a
few ionths ago, she' always took an
active inCrest in the different et
leavors of her church. In the home
she was a kind tail considerate wife.
and in her death. fier relatives tit
frit'a Is have sulferedii a severe loss,
for her place in her midst will always
he vacani, although the example of
her life will live always.
In addition to her husband, she
is sourvi vIed by two brothers, ('a It. .1.
1R. Little of l.aurens and Mr. .1. I':m
mtet Lditle of this place.
The boly was accollpaniled to its
last resting piact' by the hercaveid
relatives and1 a large concourse of
On Thursday eveniiig Mr. and Mrs.
W. 11. O ens, \li. and Mirs. It. I,.
Scaie. Xlanii iss anlllne ll('asilan
gave a lovely reception at their home
which was attentled lby more than a
Misvuo'tiotts have been reeived here
dtlritlg Ile past w k from .r. and
.\ts. Williat G'ranvill T'aylor, an
nouncing. the approaching marriage
of Itir sister. .\iss Sarah IEmmie .\c
('rary, to Robert ivelyn hllry on
Thursday t vening . .pril :ie . at S
o'clock, at homte, id g wood, Asheville,
Miss \lt'rary has always lived here,
u1p until last, year and is a very popu
Ilar young woman, lier wdding tirom
ises 'n be onle of the most interesting
Social events of the spring. The
groom is a prom.Inent mill mant of
Port .\ill and( Is popular alike inl bus
iness and social circle... The si
ding will he attended by a party of
fritnds from this place.
.lr. ad .\r. loy s'. Simpson of
Sipartanhutrg vis itedl relativ'es her(
during the past week.
Mrs. ,. t. a\e('rary, i rs. II . 1 . anl
tin and little daughter i lorene, hav
returned from .\bbeville, where thle.
visited .\ tirs. .\ae. 1. tlip p.
\Mts. .1. A. Hail1ey spent the pas
week ini W\ashinlgtonl, 1). ('.. Where shy
attended ashe l: ('ontinertal ('ongres;
of the .'I niiters of the America
l teol tttt ion.
\ItS. aT'. I. tourges returned to he
hmis atlee raords viste Gi..ti1
W i. I~it.Xmson XV. .\(. Ielarkin l i
ad it . l.y roe landt .tl r.. hav i bee i
(tlilterid ts o dlgaes fromtito
II. 0h. N . K . Knriats 1 of I'ythi I
convXenesdn nigst.erynx ot
MXlis. .\n.eKlgo Whtirthas reur ne
C frtn'~tei a sit t rloatvs attitross Key
M t rtn .\w.W 0 ell O~ ti andi'.
dren havenietued Wto Greel
Isam a visit here to relatis.Iiilc
It.l t i.\i. li . tar sdlie. A. li . allowa:1
sec..l Itopen, i., l1d. i).itair,. Itiv
HottH. G)atry Idnar Rells doutIm
Wvil lhavidton, l ary G af it . ('i (tra
'oohear tand cteo.Ownsatenedt
SD.. '. K.ys "Ier smoniail tsIn s reenvl
doli Wedn esdy nighit. ti t ittles
ofrs J.y hack Kindgtwa of Greeyileh
neiCetd ai foitiont~ lif maytrontg wi
thec Tornell torphanage.ittt I 4
ining ('eitI'4ENst goEt~ N11).
verly Ia'tompl Ied esily feltauer
51( s lien Furnis tr oyU
TeeysIi aeo frites whly adptl
i~enesis alwaysor wtnorsan wtoaa
auhtd beld. In athofrt timlaft,
Is froma itin fofn' K aurensyandll
thethghy reliee e td on. l n mal
thoan. Don' dney Pills sdor thi
rturt s nd.s frmerMilue
(Costonfo mev. Itao N.f aythn.\
Madden, April 27.-A many of cot
tonseed and a pound of guano has
gono into Mother l9arth for the past
week. If fair weather continues cot
ton will soon be planted and farm
era can take i pienic.
And that reminds us there will be
a ultion picnic at New 'Prospect
chuirch the 2nd Saturday. There will
be a consolidation of four schools
that day. (Olay it come in reality for
all time before long!) Protninent ed
ucators, possibly' Prof. W. L. Daniel
and others, will make addresses. The
schools forming the picnic party are
Oakville, Nit. I'leasant Lisbon aind
New l'rospect. Of course Supt. Sul
livall and tihe supervisor, .\Miss Gray,
iNeV. .1o(die .\artin filled his regular
appointment. at New Prospect Sun
day. 'The children met in the after
noon and secured their pieces for the
annual Chibiren's 1)ay. which will be
held as usual on the -Itit Saturday In
May. and as usual .\Nrs. Josie MIartin
will iiatve the exerclses in charge.
Mr. a nd Mrs. 11. 11. lilakely of 1lolly
( rove section were slia king hands
With relatives and friends here Sun
day. They were the guests while htr'
of their uncle, T. S. 1 angston.
AIisses \iMiriam rown, r4ots Nelson
and llobbie Iludgens. high school
girls of Laurens, were at preaching
Sunday. While here they were Iie
guests of the Misses Iangston.
.\miss (liin kscales of :pa-rtaiurg.
spent the Week-end wilth \tr. an(1 Mrs.
The family of .\Ir. Cliff ('unning
iatn ave all recovered from the
ttmis, their frienfs and relatives
wil I be glad to hear.
\\'e were glad to se ' the faces of
.\Mr. and .\t's. ('hester Pinson. \Mr. and
\ts. Will \Iutnly of .\t. Pleasant with
.I\r. and .\l's Norwood Miartin and
chibren were the guests of .\l'. and
.\ris. Thad .\Moore Sitntay.
'e had the pleasurne of eating some
very excellent cake ecenitly halked by
a young lady, too. Next time we will
try amd slip ye editor a slier to prove
that really good eake haketrs dwell
in the land.
Several of' our citildtren have been
sick with colds. i ittle iula Watkins
who wat taken so seriously sick just
after the fair, is improving rapidly
now. (.race Finley, who hand the tis
fortune io have her foot pierced by a
natil, is also getting on nicely.
Mrs. .John Wr'tightl, who is with her
grandmother, .\rs. .\. T. Allison for
a visit, was taken very sick l'riday.
1)r. \'incen t who by the way was her
famitly physician at Einore') was call
ed in. \\'e trust that she will soon be
.. I.ee a.dden, who has beeln sick
for (iilte a while is not improving as
his friends would wish. .\Mr. .lohln
\Iddetn 's condition continues about
r the same.
.\liss h~arln', thec .\lt. I'ln'asanit t4'acht
ar ill .\lri. War'e .\ lie were tihe
gitisis Suindlayi of .\liss (b-'nin I. .\ikeni.
'Thlat 's w,'hai we hear at our' house
from thien' :tc tleioys, all armnnd w,,itht
h Iomte innade gunis--liertce anmd deadly
fromi thlie inmber' ot' .\ex hanis they
Islany. i'eaasionall y tihe prolgramn h
va riedc by singing:
"I'll take 'my13 kina i5a inmy back,
.\ly gu n upon tmy shnoul di',
Mar'ch away to .\eexico
\And light like a v'aliattt soldlir!"
W\ar' is awful to me! It seemts toe
bad lthat rood Artnteicanii blood muitst
be spnilled for' such~ a land of cut
thrioatis! Amiiericani hionor is imlust Inc
.tII libblam nil Iomte.
Service's will bne' lld at IIighnlami
1101m4 ('hurich Stindc!'v night.
FROM THE SKIP
Use .Like t'oldl ('retam to I ustaniti
Stop1 Itching and ('Icear the Skini.
Suilphurii, sa'ys a reniowndcc c der'matol
'ogist, .iust 'ouinlin htoldc-sitllht in nad
Sito a thInick cr'eam twill socothe ama
i hicalI thle skin whlen Irri'ltatedc aticl birok
i(n Ott IwI ith I'ezeima or anty formt o
Crui lt ion. 'lTe mtomen'i t It Is aplt ie
r all ltchIinig eanses andc after two o
y. thrieet aplnlatis the l'dezemaa disacp
peat's, le.uvlitg thne sk In ('lear' anti
r lIe te'lla Ec'eem sutff'eers to go
II froit anyt3 gcocd "jthii rmtacy an cune o
ne hldc-siilphurit cre'a in andc appn~ly It t
y the Iirri'tatedl ttu thtc sanme as you
ICe woutld anly (colcd cr amt.
ta For mnity year.i' coinmon hold-l-siul
r'- lilt hi'Ias occupliled a scure pc ositilot
'y in) t piractice of' dermtatology an)
I- cut aneous affect ions by reasont of it
Is parias'ite-decstr'oyinig lproperty. It I
I not only Inaasitlecida I, lit also aii
r lrti 'tic, an tisent Ic anad r'emarkabI;
a, hiealinig it all Irritable a ndl ilamama
a tory' condittionis of the sklin. WVhill
not always effecting ai liermifainn
I- cureo It inever falls to Instantly sub
t dlue te angtry Ilthitg and Ircritatiot
it and heal the I~czemna right tup arid i
n Is often years later beftore any erutp
tonut aganin appenres on the alrtn
* SULPHUR SPRINGS. *
Sulphur Springs, April 27.-The
past week hats been Ideal weather for
the farmers and they stave sure been
making good use of It. Cotton plant
ing is getting well under way. The
early planting of corn is up and look
ing well. Also grain, where it has
been fertilized. I think that the farm
ers are beginning to realize that it
pays best to plant less acreage and
Mrs. Johe n i cannon, who spent the
last week ind Greenville with her
daughters, returned home last Fri
Mr. T. t. Rliddle has been the guest
of his daughter, Mrs9. Geo. McPher
sol, the past week.
Mr. Cleveland McPherson visited his
sister, Mrs. Covington of aurons, last
Mlessrs. I.. W. Tleague and J1. WV.
Saxon were business Visitors In Lau11
rens last saturday.
Mr. J1. M. Muntday of Watts Mill,
wrs the guest of Mr. John Cannon
Mrs. W. C.l Martin and little Miss
Flore who have been o a week's
visit to her sister, Mrs. Dallas Moore
in Greenville returned home Sunday.
Mrs. . u. . Teague was the guest
of Mrs. . (I. art G. o. Teague last
Mrs. Claud Malon of Itabun, has
been oin a visit to her parents for
Messrs. (deo. Mcl'herson and T. It.
Riddle and little Misses Mildred and
Annis was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
.lohn ('annon last Sunday evening.
El-ery Member Dany.
There will be a "l-:very member ser
vice" of Souis Chapel 1on May 10, sec
o1d Sunday, beginning at I1 a. Im.
It is earnestly desired that. every
memher of the community and es
p'Ially every melber of the church
be present. L-t its have a rally day.
.1. T. M iller,
Straight at It,
There is no use of our "beating
aronnd the hush." We might as well
out with it first as last. We want you
to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
the next time you have a cough or
cold. There is no reason so far as
we canl see why you should not do so.
This preparation by its romarkable
eures . ha.s gained a world wide repu
tation. and people everywhere speak of
it in Ohe highest terms of praise. It
is for sale by all dealers.
* Warmer days are here, and
lighter underwear is needed by all
the family. Comfort and health:
suggest that you put away heavy
winter undergarments and select a:
new supply from our fresh Spring
* and Summer assortment of +
. Women's Garments--With styles :
now in vogue, perfect fitting under-*
wear is essential. Every garment in+
our stock is carefully made, so as to+
assure comfort-giving shape, with
+ out strain or pulling.
6+ Children's Underwear--Good ma-+
terials and the best of workmanship
are represented in our line of under
;garments for children.
Laurens, S. C.
P IT BY GET IT BY
P IC OST -PARCEL POST
123 acres, four miles east of Laurens Court House on
Clinton road, well improved at a bargain. Terms easy.
J. W. Moore Place, near Mt. Pleasant, 75 acres at
$20.00 per acre.
The Coleman Place, six miles west of Laurens, 125
acres at a bargain.
Dorroh Place, near Boyd's Mill, 220 acres at $12.50
Jno. Clardy Place, near Mt. Olive, 165 acres, $10 an acre
45 acres one and one-half miles South-east of Laurens,
$45.00 per acre.
One house an(d lot near the Laurens Cotton Mill School
building at $1,000.00.
1,000 acres, three miles west of Waterloo, in several
tracts, at a bargain.
The Dr. Duvall Farm on Pea Ridge, 100 acres and
splendid improvements, well located as to schools, churches
and good neighbors.
A 50 :acre farm in same neighborhood at a reasonable
One house and lot on West Main Street, now at a bar
gain for a quick sale.
175 acres in Sullivan Township, the T. Wood Brown
Farm.. A bargain.
Laurens Trust Company
R. A. COOPR, President. C. W. TUNEt, Sec. & Treas.
Anderson A Blakeley, Managers Real Estate Sales.
LAURENS, S. C.