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,"" Moer. sary hard work, and to have as pleasant a
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Lauren., S. C.
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Princeton, May 2.--Mr. and Mrs. R.
B. Arnold and children, Mollie and
Annie Robert spent Friday in Honea
Mrs. N. A. Monroe has returned
home after a pleasant visit to rela
tives in Honea Path.
Mr. C. J. Britt of McCormick, is
visiting at the home of Mrs. J. 13.
Mrs. Arthur McGee of Anderson and
Mrs. M. A. Kay of Ilonea Path, spent
Sunday with Col. J. T. Machen.
Messrs. A. J. Monroe, Jr. and Willie
Smith spent Saturday in Honea Path.
Rev. R. F. Morris made a business
trip to Honea Path Friday.
Mr. Jeter MdCuen is in Laurens
this week attending court.
Miss Sara Britt has returned home
after a pleasant visit with relatives in
Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Gambrel' and
son, William Stone spent Thursday
in Honea Path.
Misses Estelle Taylor and Lidie
Bagwell spent last week-end near
Honea Path, the guests of Miss Vivian
Mr. Allie W. Sharpe made a flying
trip to Honea Path Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ruff are spend
ing this week in Prosperity. Mrs. Ruff
was called there on account of the
se rious illness of her father.
Mr. and airs. A. J. Sullivan spent
WVednesday in Honea Path.
Misses Will Lou Gray and Jayne
Darlington of Laurens, visited Prince
ton school Wednesday and Thursday.
Mess*s. r. J. Britt and family, Sam
Talbert and family, and J. A. Tal
best al family of Abbeville spl3t
SThJay with Mrs. .1. B. Britt.
Mr. R. A. Monroe, Jr., of lIonea
Path, was here Thursday.
Mr. G. H. Ridgeway was a visitor
in Honea Path Wednesday.
Rev. R. F. Morris spent Monday in
Mlr. Bob Monroe of lionea Path was
a visitor here Friday.
Master Boyd Dill spent last week
with relatives in Ware Shoals.
Dr. R. 13. Gilkerson attended preach
ing services at Ware Shoals Sunday.
Mrs. J. M. Collins and Miss Addle
Monroe spent Monday in Honea Path.
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Watts Mill, May '.-Married on last
Wednesday, April 29th, at the home
of the bride, Miss S'unie Fuller and
Mr. Albert Allen, both of this place,
Rev. G. C. Iledgepeth officiating.
On last Wednesday night a large
congregation gathered at the church
and enjoyed some excellent singing
conducted by Messrs. Chas. Vaughan
and Collicutt of Laurenseburg, .Tenn.
Mr. Robert Mills and children, from
near Enoree, visited at the home of
Mr. Eldd Sorgee on Sunday.
Miss Blythe McQuown visited rela
tives in Clinton Saturday andl Sunday.
Mrs. J. M. M. Moore and children re
turnedl home recently after a two
weeks' visit in Gireenville.
.Air. D). M. Waldrop andi family vis
ited relatives in Eniorce Saturday and
On. next Saturday afternoon, May 9),
at 6 o'clock, the ladles missionary sc
ciety will give a supper at the Lucas
Avenue Baptist church. Every one at
this place la invited to be Present.
R1ev. M[. 1i. IA'vis filled his ap2)oint
ment at the Methodist church and
lireached an excellent sermon.
Mr. J. 0. Gillespie, who was acci
dentally shot some time ago, is now
improving andl is able to be ump again.
IS DRIED RIGHT
UP WITH SULPHUR
Uise Like C'old Creanm to Subdue Irri
tation and C'lear tihe Skin.,
Constant or intermittent irritation
p~rodlucing itchi ~ga 'd red, angry 'Ec
zema patches o ti e skin is readily
relieved with be 1d-$ulphur. cream. The
moment it is ap *l ed the itching stop~s
rand tihe healing fegins, says a noted
it effects such prompt relief, even in
liggravatedl Eczema that it is a never
rinding source of amazement to p~hysi
For many years bold-sulphur cream
las occuplied a secure p)osition in the
treatment of cutaneous eruptions by
reason of its cooling, parasite-destroy
ing properties. It is not only para
iticidlal but also antipruritic and an
iseptic and nothing has ever been
roundl to take its place in overcom
ng irritable and inflammatory affec
ions of the skin. While not always
stablishing a permanent cure, yet in
~very instance it instantly stops the
gonizing itching; subdues the irri
ation and heals the inflamed raw skin
'ight up and it is often years later' be
ore any Eczema eruption again ap
Those troubled should get from any
>harmacist an ounce of bold-sulphur
reoam and apply it directly upon the
ffected skin like you wouldl any ordi
ary cold cream. It isn't unpleasant
Lny the prompt relief afforded is very
volcome, particularly when tlie Eeze
na is ampaniedt with tcn.
Mrs.' Annie Hodges Sherard was
born in Cokesbury, S. C. in 1841, and
died- in Laurens April 14, 1914. She
was married to Mr. William Yancy
Sherard in 1869. Two children, Mrs.
W. H. Gilkerson, with whom she made
her home for a number of years, and
Mr. Samuel Sherard, of Los Angeles,
Cal., survive her. Mrs. Sherard was
a life-long member of the Methodist
church and took a great deal of inter
est .in its activities. She assisted in
organizing the Ladies' Aid Society
here, and was its first president. She
was a woman of lovable traits and
admirable qualities. At home and
abroad her kindness and gentleness
bound friends and relatives closely to
her and endeared her to many.
Whereas, Our Heavenly Father has
in His wisdom removed from among
us one of our worthy and esteemed
members, Mrs. Annie Hodges Sherard,
therefore be it resolved;
First, That the wisdom and ability
which she has exercised in the aid of
our organization by service, contribu
tions and counsel, will be held in
Second, That the removal of such
a life from among us leaves a vacancy
and a shadow that will be deeply real
ized by each member and friend'of this
Third, That we offer our deepest
sympathy to her sorrowing family,
and express a hope that even so great
a loss to us all may be overruled by
Him who doeth all things well.
Fourth, That a page in our record
book be dedicated to her memory, and
a copy of these resolutions be printed
in the local papers and a copy for
warded to the bereaved family.
Mrs. 1;. W. Copeland,
Mrs. W. P. Childress,
Mrs. C. R. Bishop,
Ladies' Aid Society,
First M. l:. Church.
Keep Bowel Movenient Iegular.
Dr. King's New Life Pills keep
stomach, liver and kidneys in healthy
condition. Rid the body of poisons
and waste. Improve 'our complexion
by flushing the liver And kidneys.- "I
got more relief from one box of Dr.
King's New Life Pills than any medi
cine I ever tried," says C. E. Hatield
of Chicago, Ill. 25c at your druggist.
A Visit to the County Home.
Last Sunday on mny visit to the
County Home, I was very pleasantly
surprised to see that all of the cot
tages had covered piazzas; this adds
greatly to the comfort and gives such
a pleasant home-like appearance. It
is a pleasure to see the inmates sit
ting on them and enjoying the luxury
of them. They are surely proud of
the piazzas. I hope that some plc
tures of them will be taken and print
ed in the county papers, so that all
the people may see them. All of this
has been very little cost.
God bless Mr. Humbert for his many
thoughtful acts of kindness to these
TPhos. C, Scott,
BEAUTIFUL HAIR -A
Use Parisian Sage. It Makes the Hair
Fluffy and Abundant,
It is needless for you to hanve hair
that is anything shor't of perfect. If
it is falling out, losa g c or', splitting,
or' if the scalp burn $d itches, imt
mediately get from tL~aurenas Drug
Co. or' any drug counter a 50-cent bot
tie of Parisian Sage--use it frequent
ly-the fir'st application removes dana
druff, invigorates the scalp, and beau
tifies the hair until it is gloriously
Parisian S'age suplhies hair needs
is perfectly harmless, It contains the
exact elements r'equiredl to, .-ase the
hair soft, wavy, elossy and to make
it gr'ow thick and beautiful,
You will sur'ely like Par'isian Sage,
It is one of the best and mest dlelighit
ful hair tonics known,
To the Reading Public of Lau
rens and Laurens County:
I am establishing a magazine
subscription agency at this
place and aim now prepared to
handle subscriptions for all
kinds of imagazines and newspa
pers. I have a neat little cata
logue that shows hundreds of
excellent clubbing offers that
are as cheap as offers made by
any resp)onsible agm zine agen
cy anywhere, I aljo andle bus
iness for the coumrL papers, the
Columbia State aalf other state
It makes no difference what
you want in the magazine line
I can handle your business and
in most instances save you
money. Give me your subscrip
tions and save thme trouble of
wvriting letters and also the ex
pense of sending away money,
I will appreciate your business
and guarantee absoluto satisfac
tion, Catalogue upon request,
Order through me and your pa
pers will always come to you,
Arrange your Whole year's
reading matter at one transac
Laurens, S. U.
F o R ecaue itPurifies
READ WHAT NOTED PEOPL5 BAT Op
LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P.
Dr. illdredge, Regency, Texas, writes: ARabbi Solomon, Pt the Savannah Con.
"It is the loading blood p~uriflor.' Lpregatlon writes.: 'Had seven attacks of
Dr. Whitehead, Metcalfe, a p ribe - a alle rover lating fron a week to ten
Iand with P. P. P. completely lured ~jdays. I took your medicine a. a forlorn
H. Davidson. who had suffer utean hope, but now confess that P. P. P. was
years with blood poison and sorest a real bonefit."
rT WILL HELP YOI, TOO-AT ALL DRUOQIOSTS-$.
P. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
Profitable Side Dressing
The use of side dressing is increasing on
COTTON and CORN
It pays to do it, if one uses the right goods.
Two applications of 200 pounds each per acre
are recommended by a well-known Southern investigator and
experimenter. He suggests a 5-S-S formula, or a mixture of
equal parts of Acid Phosphate, Kalnit and Nitrate of Soda.
Side dress cotton when the plants are 10 inches high and again
w hen the bloom begins to open. Where cotton is inclined to
rust, use Kainit, making two applications of 200 pounds each
per acre. This is also effective against root lice and cut worms
on corn, if applied early enough. It will pay you to try it, for Potash Pays.
Order Kainit now before the supply is exhausted. We sell
Kainit and Potash Salts, any quantity from one 200-lb ba up.
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decidedly the corset
sensation of years.
Learn how they, and
they only, make possible
the "nature figure,t' with
full protection to the'hialth
and comfort of the wearer.
KOPSERVICE for All Figures e/Kp C.
All the latest Nemo inven
tions and improvements are
here too- big features that
can do much for your figure
during the coming season.
Of course you'll see
them. All this week
Sis Nemo Week.
Laurens' Best Store
New Hand Bags New Neckwear
He pays for his vanity. The
man who buys a heavy car sac
rif ices good dollars to misplaced
pride. The prudent buyer in
vests in the dependable Ford.
He knows it will serve, him
best--and et lowest cost.
Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford run
about; the touring car is five fifty; the town ear
seven fifty-f,0.b. Detroit, complete with equip
ment. Get catalog and particulars form Summers
Garage, Laurens and Newhnery S. C.