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Mt. Olive, May 11.-Regular preach
ing services were held here Satur
day and Sunday. Rev. B. P. Mitchell,
being present he was asked to preach,
which he kindly consented to do. His
I subject "The development of the child
spiritually as well as otherwise," was
very timely, and he delivered the dis
course in a very forceful manner.
Several of the young people of this
community attended a concert at the
home of Miss Alta Martin, on the ev
ening of the ninth.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Crawford of
B3rewerton, dined at the home of Mr.
J. If. Culbertson Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cooper visited
Mr. Joel W. Moore of Ekom, who is
Mr. Davis Redden, of ]lrewerton,
spent Saturday night and Sunday at
the home of Mr. W. I-,. Washington.
'Mrs. Minerva Hill returned home
Friday after a pleasant visit to her
son, Mr. A. E. 1111, of Cold Point.
liss Onie Bishop, of Piedmont, is
visiting friends in this community.
Messrs. .John and Steppe Smith, of
Cross 11111, visited at Mr. .J. C. Wells
Misses Mlyra and Lucy Ballentine
and little brother, Ilerman, of Ware
Shoals, spent Sunday with their un
cle, Mr. F. B. Boland.
Mrs. Mamie O'Dell, of Mt. Bethel,
visited at Mr. J. F. Knight's recently.
Mr. E. Boyce Boland went to Lau
Mr. Arthur Culbertson, of Ilarnony,
visited at Mr. Jim Culbertson's S'un
Misses Bessie and l"lorrine Reaves
and brother, Mr. Claud Heaves, of
Ware Shoals, attended services here.
Rev. Ray Anderson, of Laurens, re
cently visited at the home of Mir. It.
Rev. W. A. D)ueworth is spending a
few days with relatives at Ilonea Path.
Mrs. Janie Hill spent Friday at Mr.
M. W. Hill's.
Mr. Lonnie Culbertson and sister,
Miss Jessie, attended services here
Rev, and Mrs. B. '. Mitchell were
the guests of Dr. and M r.;. .1. O. Mar
Miss Maude Wells has returned
home after an extended visit with
friends and relatives at ('oronaca.
Keep Bowel Movement Rlegular.
Dr. King's New Life Pills koe
stomach, liver and kidneys in healthy
condition. Rid the body of poisoms
and waste. Improve your compllexior
by flushing the liver and kidneys. "I
got more relief from one box of )r
King's New Life Pills than any medi
cine I ever tried," says C. E. alItfield
of Chicago, Ill. 25c at your druggist
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Eden, May Il.--Master .feru Ma
haffey who has been very sick is im
Miss Annie Childress of Laur'ens
spent several (lays last. week witl
Mrs. L. R. Brooks.
Mrs. M. W. Gray visitedl relatives ii
Greenville a fewv days last week.
Charlie Birooks of Laurens, spen
the hat ter' nd( of the week with home
Mr's. 'P. Ii. Babb and little dlaughtei
Mary, spent last week with Mlr. anm
Mr's. W. B. Owecns.
Misses Bruce and Mary Gi'ay anm
Edward Gray of (ray Conurt, spen
Saturday night with M. W. Gray ani
THERE'S NO CORN TIEIT
"GETiS-IT" WON'T 4WE.
.No More IFussinig, P'lasters, Sl les ai
Corn Palus. Try the New Waty.
".Just look at the way that cori
comes off!" That's wihat you'll sa:
when you try wvonderful "GETfS-1'T
on that cor'n you've t'ie'd so long t4
pry off of' your toe, it's easy to ap
Madam, For Thoe. Corns That Makce You Jumg
Out of Your Shoes, Try Wonderful "CETS-FT."
ply "G'PDTS-VT"-one, two, three, an.
it's done! Theli corn begins to shriv
el away, she goes, surely, absolutely,
A few drops will do it. "GENTS-1'T
never' makes toes r'ed and raw. Corn
Pains go! It means the 0end of cutting
and gouging of corns, the end of
sticky plasters that don't wvor-k any
how, the end( or salves that oat up
your toes, no more "harness," or fus
sing. Try "GETS-IT", the new, surc
wvay, for' corns and calluses.
"GETS'-[T" Is sold by all dr'uggists
25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Law
renco & Co., Chicago.
"GETS-IT" is sold In Lauroens by
Laurena Drug Co.
Madden, May i1.-There was a glow
of sadness east over oir community
when on Monday morning last the
new:: went forth that II. Lee Madden
had died in the early holars. He
was a good citizen, a quiet and unas
suini ig man, upright and honorable
in his dealings with his fellow man.
lie was anl extremely indulgent fath
er-it must have been impressed up
on him that all heis love and care
should be compressed into a few short
years for he was a young man when
ientli eaine. lie had a host. of loyal
friends as was testilled by the large
number that attended his funeral ex
ereises held at New Prospect at 10:30
'T'uesday morning and te beautiful
flowers that covered his last. resting
place. The sympathy of all goes out
to his devotenA wife and children.
Mr. Douglas Blryson was carried to
the .lulia Irby sanitarium Saturday
morning last. The latest news from
him is that he is better. Ills many
friends hope to see him again soon,
it seems that we have had more
sickness through here than ever be
fore. Several cases of chicken pox
and mumps are prevalent among the
children. The condition of Air. .lno.
A. Aladden, who has been sick so long
is now quite critical. Mr. and Irs.
Calcutt and Air. Tini.nerman are now
with him, also Air. Higgins, a brother
of Mirs. Madden.
The many friends and relatives of
DIr and Mrs. A. 13. Langston are glad
to have them and their bright li ttle
boy, Ilirain Thomas, with Ithem for a
Several of the children from herc
went up to hear "the hear story" at
the Methodist church Sunday after
Mrs. .ohn Wright, who has been
quite sick at the home of her grand
mother, Airs. Allison is now able tc
sit up, her friends will be glad to hear
Miss Minnie Crinch spent the week
end with her friend, Miss Genie 13
Aikei. liss Aiken left onday morn
iiig for her' home In Fairfild county
l letr school at Prospect closed the 8th
Miss Carrie Langston had as hel
guest oni Friday last Mrs. \Vatkinis
Misses I ess anud Lula Watikinis ami
Miss Miniei Miller, .\l isses Aikeni amn
Ora Powetrs an 11(lris. M mariy All isoni
A\ very pleasat. (lay was spentt.
The graveyard at Newi iProslpeCt b;
to be cleaned off somie timue sooni. Duc
tnotice of the time will lie givetn later
This is to tell the fellow that ha;
love'd oneCs bur ied hete and knows thia
he can't cotme to lend a helpinig htaind
why Jutst hand 50 cents or $1.00 to Air
.1. A. P. Moore at Laurens and lhe wil
see that It Is applied towards tha
verIy laud~able Pitrtose. Th'le cemeter.
.iitst now is ini a very badl condilitilon
See to it that you (10 youri part (if yot
atre initerestedi ini It) towards gettlin.
is cleaned upl.
Mr. A. Clyde MartIn of Girenvllec
wals downi to the funeral of his cousIn
- . Lee Madden.
The latest news from Mr. Gruff
Finley of Texas, Is t hat his condit lot
Is no better, Hie is to be carried bael
to a sanitarium In D~allas.
Miss Eldna P rofitt has retur tned froir
a visit to friends at their formeci
hiomte in Cross 11111.
P. 11. Martin is in Greenviille fot
the past week.
IV ELY CLUSAIWE
rThe great phlysieiatns ins 11o;
Sintgs prtescribme HIOT StPRING(
Li VIR ftUTTlONS for- constipationi
sluggish liver, itidigestloon, sick head
ache, dizziness, blotchy atid sallow~
sk in, instead of Calinmel, and they cer
tainly are fine.
Tiakce safe, gentle, blissful 1lOT
SPRiNGS LIVECR lHUTT'ONS for a
week. Thley willI tonec up the livet
thoroughly, cleanse tho bowels of 1101
sonousR accumulations atid make you
eat better, sleep better, work better.
They ar'e great for nervousness andi
as a body tonIc. All dritggists, 25c.
Hot Springs Liver ltittonts, I lot
SprIngs RlheutmatismitiIemedy and H ot
Springs Blood Remedy are sold in
Laurens by Lautrenis Dirug Co.
Save your cnsh register checks.
With $6.00 putrchiase we give you a
premium free. J. C. Burtns & Co., BIg
* LANFORD NEWS. *
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Lanford, Mlay ll-f.J. Mt. Flem1
ing and M. 11. 'Moore ayre in Atlanta
attending the Shriners meeting.
Miss Lueile 'amp is Visiting 'Miss
lisses Flossie and 101o1i Lanford
spent Sutnday here with Iheir par
ents, Mr. and M rs. G. .1. Lanford.
\1r. (. .1. Lanford is suffering With
a sprained arts and /black eye. Ii h
was accidentally thrown from his
horse Sunday night.
A new coat of paint has been Put
25 lbs S, lk of Granutlated
22 lb.; (ranuliated Sugar .
ti Hbs good(ii1 Parched Cofl'ec
111 yds et I iearhinig ...
10 ydls ('allien .... .... .
10 yds Faney Lawn ... .
U lanies' bleached l'ndervI es
S Sia'il lot I Luies' white )
Ni ome Shiri waist vahi nes thi
Ilii.g line of1 'uidren' D Ire
Special valuies in lit tle boyu
II SpeelIal all the week, Enb
1,001) yarids best <pullity y
.12 1-2e, this8 week .
7e qinality Silk Broende
$I1l.00 etiiality Silk t his w(e(
EISwecial 1(ot fine Sunnnuer
.12 1-2, lo ... .........
I|501) yards new Dr'ess Gooi
ilgoing at ......... ...
500 yards I C allicoe), sale pri<
Special sale of \ ln 's Alat
1.98 up to ... .... . ...
liig valuestC in Me'sHi Pants
E| or the $cf(.50 kind.
Special in boy '8 Knee Pant
a pair1 , all agtes, for every,
SICli 1len '8 Iat 1.........
JLieI~' I[ats............ ..
||Save Your Cash R<
|| premium dur
We are lncate
Black, Tan and WI
lOc D F
THE F. F. DALEY Co.,
BUFFALO. N.Y. HAM.TC
on the depot whieh adds much to the
Some fine work is being done on our
public road's which is very muchly
needed. The roads have been wid
Little 'Miss Mary Anderson is visit
ing her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. ii. Drummond.
Miss Othella Johnson entertained
a number of young people at a lawn
party Thursday night.
Capt. J. W. Lanford and Mr. 'I.
Fleming attended Mlemorial Day at
Miss Fannie Harmon was in Lau
rens shopping Teusday.
s & Co.'s Bi
Sugar...... .... .... 1.01)
... .... ...................n;,
.... .... .... .... .... .95
..... .... .... .... .... .89
... .... .... .... .... .... .. .39
... ................ .... .05
I ......... .... ...........05
e(s, Skirts .59, .98, 1.25, and 1.48
week. Faney waist, all-over net
brumoidery waist. This lot is
v at...................... .....98
ises going at 48, .69, .98 andI 1.39
Wash Suits .48, .75, .98 a nd 1.25
aid1ery Sale .05, .10, .25, .48, to .98
S ai fine lot -e'x Ira v'alu es thIiis
armd-wid1e Bleaching, worth
... ......... .... .... ....09
D~ress Goods .... ............49
k...... .... .... .... .... .84
Dress Gloodis, this~ week .10,
. ........ ......... .......25
Is, Rlipplette, worth 35e, nlOW
....... .... .... .... .....121-2
k inds1 goodsi going att sale prices.
'---............ .... .... .... .04
aca and Mohair Coats 1.48
- -... .. . .. . .. .. . 3.98
tis week( .98, 1.39 up) to 4.98
s going at .25, .39, .48 up to $1.69
dlay and1 Sunday wear.
VEEK( IN M\I1LLINERY.
.... .... ..........48 to 1.69
.. ........ .... .. .98 to 5.97
egister Checks. With ea
ing this month, of May.
3argain Days th
I completely out of the hi
Next to ra
N, ONT. -/
"Twist the coin"
$200,000 Worth of Real Estate for Sale!
Store Rooms on the square; Livery and Sales Stables;
Blacksmith Shop and Tools; the Gray & Shealy Machine
Shop and surrounding buildings; City houses and lots. All
kinds of farm lands. Prices and terms right.
I buy and sell Stocks. Also write Life and Fire Insurance
B. M. WOLFF
The Real Estate Man Laurens, S. C.
This Week. Everybody
md Go Home Smiling!
See our Special in Men's Suits this week for..... ..... 5.00
These suits are worth $7.00.
Finer Suits for dress, special values ....9.90, 12.50 to 15.00
Big line of boy's Suits, some special good things for the
boys, dandy snits .... .... ..1.48, 1.98, 2.25 up to 5.39
Special lot $1.50 Rugs, sale price this week .... .... .. .98
1 lot Japanese Rugs this week .... .... .. ...... .. .19
I lot large Japanese Rugs, this week .... .... .... .. .29
Japanese Art Squares, sale price this wee.. .... .... 2.49
We% handle11 very near' everyl ling. Ask for what you want
if (1ou do't see it:..
I set tall ice Tea Tmntblers .... .... .... .... .......30
1 10-qt. TPin Bneket ....... .... .... .... ........10
1 large Dishi Pan...... ....\... .. . . .... .... .......10
1 lot Mexican Suni H ats ... .. ... ..... ... 10
I hf Jewelry, 25e va:intes, 5pe' .... .... .... .... .. .10
$1 .00 W\atch, p)'cial -....... ........ .... .... ....68
$1.00 Alarmi Clot-k, sale price .... .... ........ .......49
15ec plug Sullivan 's No. 1 Tfobacco, special 11his week . . .10
Big- values in Cigars, Cigaretts, Chewing andl Smoking
Special this week, Candy sale all flie candies, per lb . . '.10
Everybody ini the Piedmont sect ion knows J. C. Burns &
Co. Red Troni Racket Stores sell samie goods for less money.
Even the lifttle chiireu'n know they can lbuy the same good1s
for les. muonecy here.
IBig val ues inl Suaninner Dress Gloods and Silks, Dress Em
broider'ies. M illinecry, R ibbons, Laees, all over Laces, Notions
anud lHacket Goods. buy your goodls at the Big Busy Store.
You ennu get what you want here and save from 15 to 35 per
1)OWN IN TIHE BASEMENT.
Specials this week .05, .10, .15, .25 tables laden with ,Tin
ware, Glassware, Crockery and Enameled Ware.
ch $5.00 purchase we will give a valuable
When you buy a bill call for a check.
is. Week at Red Iron Racket
gh-priced district 210 West Lauren. St.