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Boll le of
Is Your Skin
Out of Order? '
Y suffering fron any of the I
follvwing skin disorders? Acne,
plesTetter, Insect hates, Salt Rheum,
.t hdru ., Haves, Ringworm, Itching
a Iles, iteh, Ivy Poison, Barber's Itch,
es ed Nose, Erysipelas.
If Your skin is out of order, no matter
whatthe cause, Ex-Zema-F'o, the color
e , odorless, non-staining liquid will
qWCkly bring relief.
9x-Zema-Fo is an elfcectual emollient
ted y1vhaich soothes as it heals, and it has a
record of results from coast to coast.
Hundreds of letters coistantly come
tan, to us full of praise and thankfulness
at for this wonderful remedy. which has
countless times cured semingly hope
less cases of the worst kind of Eczema.
I'hat is why we stand readly to make
this offer-we know wvhat Ex-Zema-'o
will do-and we want you to kiowi it too.
The cotipon below is for your civ-iii nce
-cit it out id itail it Niw--bfor v l t n
thi paege. Y'nnr fhi . . b l t1 h'111. w ll r ch
yolt prompittly without t imity ct 'A 0 ' obligi
tion. Mail tle couptld NA.
-muin out out tisi. coupon ond mail to -.
Nervold Choileni Co., Broklyn, N.Y...
SI hnvi niver t id - %nm- F-. 1'Ie:., I
supply toe with a 50 pickage we,
I Addres ....................................
I City ..................... tatt.............
For Sale By:
LAURE NS DRUQ CO.
Laurensi. S. C.
Specify No. 68.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists; mail on
receipt of price $i.oo.
Trial Package by mail 10 cents.
WIllIAMS MFC. CO., Proes.. Cleveland, Ohio
LAJ RENS DRUG CO.
Laurena. 11. (1
Rmpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
WE practice in all State Courts.
penapt attention givento all businese.
Hoo si e r
-hackaches, nervous exhaustion,
etc., is a short story we can tell you
in a few moments iy showing you
the 40 labor-saving conveniences
iin a I loOSitn.
'400,000 women have been told this
story and now vown Iloosihns.
YOU should have one.
Come in and see how a IHOOSIER 4l
saves miles of steps. Don't go any
longer wvit hout this best of all home
8. Mn. & E. HI. WI~LEES & CO.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indlan lol Ointment will curc
zOlin:L Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab- e
aorbs the tumors, allays itching at once,
acts as a pouttie. gives instant relicf. *A
WVilqrms' IndlIan Pile Ointment ia pre
parea for Piles and itching of the private
parta. Drtuggists, mall 50c and $1.00.
WlLLIAints MFG. Co.,* P'ops.. Cleveland, Ohio
Im e a.C..
hae. W. Fer'guson C. C. Featheratone
W. B. Knight
FMOUJSON, P3A TNFBRSTONE & KNK~t
A ttorneys at Lawr
Laureus, S. C.
Ptempt and caeul at.nuion give.
Offloe Ovyer Palmstte Bank.
B. R. TODD
EngIneerIng and Contracting
Land Surveys a Specialty td
.-nerete Work Skillfully done or In. (
Drawings and estimnatesa of all Kind,.
Telephone No. 346
Laurens, S. C.
SCHJOL~ A RNIIP and ENTrIINCE
The exam lination for' the atward of
vacant schtolarishipis In Winthrop Col
lege and for' thle atdmission of new
studenlts wIll he held at the county I
Courzt Ilouse on Frlday, July 3, at 9
it. mn. A pp1licat s imulst not. be less
than sixteen years of age. Wheni
Sceholarshtlips aret vatt~td after July i I
they wtill b e awarded to those making
the hIghest average at IthIs exatmina
tlon, prided~l't they meet thle condl- I
tions goveri'ng Ithe awvard, ApplI
enntis for Schola rshIdp should wiIte to I
!'residen t JIohunson before the exam
Inat Ion tor' Schiolarish Ip examtI nat Ion
ScholatrslihIp are worth $100 an 1(
free ItuilIon. The next session w Ill
olpen Sept tembler' 16, 19 I4. For futrthr i'
InformatIon and1( en talogue, address ~
Pres. D. H. Johnsiton. Rock 11111, S. ('. t
MOUNTVILLE NEWS. * *
I......e * * * * * *.* ..e .
Mountville. May 25. -The closing ex
reises of the Mountville high school g
ill begin Thursday evening at 8 1). iml. s
a the auditoriui of the new school
uilding. These exercises will consist v
f a class drill by the eighth and ninth I1
rades and other exhibitions by the in
ermedlate grades, and on Friday
iorning besides the graduation exer
ises Dr. 1). M. Douglas of the Presby- f
erlan college, will deliver the annual a
ddress, after which a picnic dinner 1
ill be served in the park. All are 3
ordially invited to attend and bring
Cell filled baskets. I
On the afternoon of lay 1 .th a good- it
y iitumber of tle patrons of the school I
.d several visitors gathered at the c
ew school butilding to hold exercises I
ncident to the laying of the corner
The invocation was offered by Dr. I
co. S. Delano, aflter which vhe school
endered the song "Cariolina." A hils
ory or the soli0.ii froill its olganiza- o
ion was read by liss Zella ('risp, a a
'oy of which was placed under the I
narbe slah .
Appropriate and In teresting address- -
's weIe mllade by Suit. ot Education,
1. 11. Kullivanl, Prlof. W. 1P. Culbertson,
t foriner principal of Oh school, tep
-esentative W. C. Irby. .Ir., and Dr.
Teo. S. DIlanho. The ILaulrens Quar
ette was present any very kindly Men
lered several appropriate selecti ls.
'Ile exercises were closed with pray
'r by R1ev. W. It. Itatchford.
As previously announced tile Laul,
'ens .lale Qua rtette gave a very enjoy
Ible eitertaiim1ent ill the new audi
orilum that night, alter which the la
lies of tihie School Imllprovellent asso
latioll served refreshments, from
vhIch they realized a nice little stum.
Please note In tile advertising col
111111 tihe offer for sale of the old school
Iroperty imade by the board of trus
Cure for Stomuch Disorders.
Disorders of the stomach may be
lvoilded by the use of Chiamberlain's
I'ables. Many very remarkable eures
iave bten effected by these tablets.
3old by all dealers.
** * ** ** ** * ** * **.**
Sulphur1 Springs, May 2d.-The I
Iroughlt still continues. It has been C
ive weeks sice rain has fallei. in this
icighborhood and tile farmers are feel
rig very downcast.
The last planting of cottol Is not -
oming u) and on all red land there is 1
ot a stand owing to tile lack of 11101
Iur'e. Gardens are alillost a complete (
,rite farmers have ien kelt busy t
lie past few days harvesting their V
rain crop I
Mesdanes Willie Davis and Andrew P
'eagan. of Columia, who have been on v
visit to their mother, Nirs. Sue d
'eague, and other relatives. has re- (
u~rned to their home)1 accoinied111( by t1
helt1 iieices, M\lssrs uthl 11111 and1( a
Mr. Uila Itimore miov.ed his bIg trac
loln enginre whiichi he has recent Ily pur11
hused'(, nearl .'\lr. John11 Cannon's last
atuirdlay llreparaitory to dloing some)0
aIwinlg for .\I r. Cannlhon and others. d
Mr . aind .\irs. W. G. Martin and little I
liss liorce were tile guests of' Mr. I
nd( .\lrs. .1. WV. Saxon last Tuesday.
Several froml tIs nleighborhlod went c
I) to lHoyds mil11 last week tishling, but
eilort very3 poor lack.
M\isses HaItti IC larle and .Jennle Fow-r
3r' spenit WedneCsday nlighlt, with Misls i
nnill aw~kins. Miss IEarle who has1 I
een teachling Ithe Mt. Pleasant school1,
etaurned to hecr home in Pickens last 1
Quite a numb1 lera lion) tis neighbioir
00(1 attended0( Chi (lren'S Day3 at Prios5
oet last. Saturday. i
.\ilr. and1( .\rs. Claud1( Mah~onl and .\'.r.
Inh~onl's bro'(ther', (of Rabun11, were Ithe(
hests laist SiaturIhdy i ght, of Mr'. anad
Ir's. J1. M. Smnithi.I
M\iss Nell MXIarti i ISpendin lg several
ay3s in 1I ureiis 11 with heir sister, Mr's.
.\I r. and Mr's. lFred S-mithi and little
nIes, ofi Abbevi lie, were tile guests oIf
Ir'. and1( .\lrs. J1. WX. Saxon Ia st ii'day
.\l r. alnd Mis. G. 0. Tleague weire the)(
ilests of thir m'ulothere .\lrs. Sue
'eague Saturday night.
(irils and women of all ages want
ighitly, tihin andl lifeless hair destro0ys
~ialr the beau11ty of ai pre'ttA' face.
If your ir i is losing its iatural c11(ol
>r', Is falling out, dull, streaky, fuill
If dlandruff, 10(o dry, or11 if the scll
tehes andi~ burns dl o (1not be ailarmed, r
1se P'aisiin Sage, inub It well inlto thle
cnlp. It will go ight to the hlair 3
cots. oi~h theml, and ( stimu)Iilate the e
a ir to grow lonig an ld beauitifil. it
('imoves dandru(I iff wvithl one applica ttion,
toils itehing scalp, falling ha11'iriand I
riokes the0 head1 feel filne.
Par iisianI Sage suii les the haihr with II
lia t Is needied to imalke It soft, fluffy. t
ihk and ( gloiouisly rai'aInl. It is sold(
n f1ifty 00ent bIOtteI bly Laurens iDrug
'o. and)0 at all diug couinters4. Look foi '
tie triade ma10rk-"-'The GilrI with the
nlbnenl irii. -AcConnt nn0 ntIel'
10i koim, May 25.-The farmers are
oing right on with their work, de
pite the (try weather.
The health of our community is
er1y good. Mr. and Mirs. J. W. Moore
ave been right sick but are better.
Several from this section attended
hildren's Day at Prospect Saturday.
Mlr. and Mrs. Carl Culbertson had
>r their guests Sunday Dr. Cooper
nd wife, Aliss 'Mary Ilurts, Alisses
'earle and Alyrtle Culbertson and ir.
Mliss 1 iaurence Culbertson returned
olic Satirday after it month's stay
ear Princeton, where she has been
-aching a inusic class. She was ac
om1pan1ied home b.y Mrs. P. L.Davis
Mrs. L. C. Culhertson and little
alighter, 'IDolie. spe't a few days in
.\essrs. Floyd GIodfrey. .losie Coop
I andl( lien touter visited at the home
f Mr. .1. W. Godfrey S'atirday itght
lid Sunday. 'Mr. lluniteri' brought the
oys uip in his car. and during hIs stay
ailed the girls and boys autoiobloe
iding. h'lby retit rned to lleevzewood
undicay a (10ei'i001i.
Ienilth i a Factor in Silceess.
The largest factor contributing to
nman's success is Iidoubtiedly health.
t has boein obseved that. a man i Is
e1dom1 sick when Ills howels are reg
tlar- -he is never well when they are
-on stipated. For colstipation you
vill find nothing 4ulite so good as
'ham ill berla Inl's Tablets. They not oil
y move the howels but imiplrove the
ppetite and strengthen file digestion.
iey ai'e sold by all dealers.
Poplar Spring Dots.
Poplar, May 25.--The Misses IlIarni
n(I Niiliiie Wallace. Agnes Simpson
nd Messrs. I. 0. Walker, Stepp lleeks
nd ICrnest Simpson went oil all excur
ion to Alta Pass ]i, N. C., last Sat
rday and reported a grand tile. They
aw sone of tile fillest scenery they
ad ever seen.
Several from this section attended
tie pinlic at Priineeton Friday.
.\rs. Fred Copeland and Miss Munice
nd Lucile Copeland visited Mr's. .1. P.
i illollns last Friday.
Rev. E. W. Davis cale home last
'uesday. Ile has been teaching at
'tyde, N. C.
MI. lienry Dodson was visiting in
its section Sunday.
Mr. and Mirs. 1. A. Simions visited
Irs. Simmons' graind m1ot her, Mirs. Don
an, Saturday night.
Mir. Otis Cox and liss Annie Belle
CI)ell were married Sunday at -1 1).
I. at tile residence of Ir. J. 1). Mar
i. who performed the ceremony. Sev
ral of theiir friends went down to see
som married. The bride was dress- I
d in a gown of silk trimmed fin lace, I
'ilh hlt to match. She is the oldest
aughter of Mr. al(d Mirs. Thomas
'Dell and is a young lady of many I
ne traits of chiaracir anld adir~led by
1i whIo knew lher. Thle gi'oom Is thle
randll~son of "'Uncle Doe"' Owings, and1( t
a v'ery~ likablle young mian. We w~ishi
>r hIm a long and hlappiy life.
Thei'e Is mlor'e Cata'rrh in this scC
lonl of tile country thlan all otheri
Iseases put togetheri, and until th~e
1st few yeai's was supposed to beC
icurable. For' a great iianhy year's C
octor's proniounlced It a local disease I
ndt pr'escribedt local remedies, and 1by 1
onstantly fallIng to cure wIth local (
'eat menlt, pronounced it Inlcurahile.
'cience thas prlovenl Catai'rh to lie a
onlstittional dlisease, andl there'foreO
tall's C'atarrhl Cure, maufaiicturied by
.J. C'heney & CO., Toledo, Ohlio, Is I
Ie only Constitutional ecure on thlii
lai'ket. It Is takcen intei'nally. It(
ets dliretly Onl the bloodl and( mucous t
tirfaces of the systemi. Th'ley offer (iie
undr( ied dollarls foi' an~y case It fals
cure. Senld foir ciirclar's and testl
Addriess F". J. C'heney & 'Co., Trole'do,(
Sold1 by3 dIruggIsts, 750e.
Ta"uke Hiatt's Family Plls for conlsti
A Bad Breakdown
'ay be avoidIed by hlaving us repiri
our1 cairrage lat tile first signl of dam
go oi' wear. Thle longer you let small
epairs go, thle bigger the job becomes.
,et u1s attend to thlem whIle they aire
mall. You wIll save yourself money
nd possIbly a seious accideint,.
F. D. SEXTON & SON
L AURENS, S C
LADIES COAT SUITS
20 PER CENT OFF
Friday and. Saturday,
Entire Stock of Embroidery Floun
30-inch Swiss lotneing, 25v value re
<li ed to .... .... .... .... 20.... . 2
32-inch Swiss Iloiitig 4ne valte re.
huice1 to .... ........ .... .... .....30
36-i-nli Swiss Ploincing, 501- value re
(luveer to) . .. .. .. . . ..1.. .40
45-inch Voi(le1 'oi n ing, 15 vatic
(u(eed to .... .... .... .... .... . 45
45-inh Swiss ''loniing, 8he vale re
lu(.(ed to ............... .....69
-15-inch lRive Cloh Flouneing. 85v val
11e redluved low .... .... .. . . . 69
45-inch 8%wiss P-louneing, $1.00vau
reduceved to . . .. . . . . .. . .79
-15-ine s l)\ ' llt'lounn, $1.00 value
redluved to .... .... .... ... . . .79
415-intch Crepev Illlnning, $1 .50 valuev
r'eclueed to .. . . . . . . . . 1.29
45-inchl \,oil(. lFlonningit $13 valule
rleclueed to .. .... .... .... .... .89
'lhese prices ap 1ply to F11lunIn( I1gs" only.
These Specials are Cash and
LADIES COAT SUITS
20 PER CENT OFF
Choice Real E
20 acres of land Inside incorIorate 3-4 acre of Ian(
imits of city of Laurens, with six Sexton, Will flak
-()om cottage, thbree room hotise and Mock Street, In cl
mtbuilding, for $2,500. six room dwelling,
Two store r'ooms, at Watts Mill,
ronting 50 feet and 50 feet deep. Price 3 nere ii
M. Burns homet In
1 1-4i acres with six-room dwelling, adfotn i
wo barns, and other outbuildings at ih eenro
he Watts Mill. Price $t,800.00. lganfiewl
Also lot adjoining this lot, 62 acres, Unadcnleb
Lt $50.00 p~er acre.thdcabln
40 1-2 achles known as the S. R. yas
boore tract and bounded by WV. T. Ow
ns, B. Putnam, J. W. Du1ro and oth
rs. Hias good dwelling, good tenant
touse andl outbuildings. Tils Is a flue
ocatlon. In sIght of the Oray Court
)wing Institute and the most valuable
>dcec of real estate than can be offer
d to the putbllc. See mo for prices.
93 acres of land, known as part of
le Mr's. Anne Cheek homestead,
soiund~edl by W. R. Cheek, Gleo. Smith '
HV .R. hlenderson andl others. Jias
I wellIng and outbuildIng. Convenienat
oC Ischool and chuirch. PrIce $35 per
88 acres, known as P. 0. Smith'st
tonme, bioundedl by S. A. Willims,
TheaterIflt'ld Meclanlel and others.
3r'lee $37.50 lper acre.
169 acres, known na Mr. Albert B.
lurnts' homte, bounded by Samt Burn'is,
hlac lirn s and Robert Fleming. ThliIs
5 at n1ce piece of pr'oper'ty, nicely 1o
:ated andl goodl Implrovemenlts. Cheap
It $45 per' acre.
I 3-4i acres, more or' less, known as 113lrc idtr
hi. H. lakeley home, btounded by Y. C.icealIfyuw
lellams, ,J. J1. D~endy and fronting
Ihurch strecet. Eight room cottagoe - ce fI
and outbuilding, cIty water, wilth VPatnhea
ights. Fine ptastutre. Price $2,500. beuflctag
54 1-2 acres, known as the Gilly F. Io$,0.0
Rliddole home place, bounded by Charlie Alotreno
Benson, H. P. Garrett and Little broth-WatMilwl1
KENNDY BOS4,are orne 0
Underaker andEmbamerbOunded by Boyd El
Call an~crel ay hursdayor i ng anofneyt l on
LADIES COAT SUITS
20 PE1R CENT OFF
May 28th and 29th.
PA HASOLS--time to rise them and( we
hatve (.itt. them to cleani up1) the lot.
All 50e Parasols reduced to .... .. .40
All 75v Parasols redueed to .... ..... .60
All *1.00 Parasols reduted to .... .. .85
All $1.25 Parasols retliued to .... .. 1.00
All *1 .50 Pa rasol's reduced I o ... .. 1.20
All $2.00 l'arasols reduced to ..... ...1.65
All $2.25 Parasols reduced to .. ... 1.90
A11 $2.50 Pa rasols redueed to .. ... 2.10
A ll $3.00 Pa rasols reduied to ... .. 2.35
All -$3.50 Parasols rvlteed lo .1.. .. 2.90
All $4.00 lParnsols redueedl to .... ...3.10
All $5.00 lPa rasols reduced to ... .. 3.75
1 ,00) y ards St anidar d DressN (1 inghanNli
reglari 10t.~ valtie. lor Friday aind
Saturday only yard...081-3
Iwill be sold for Cash Only
LAD)IES ('OAT SUITS
state for Sale.1
1. bounded by Jeff These are a fewv o (the bargains.
oy, and others on that we have to offer you at the pres
Ly of L.LureD; has et. If you want a home or want to.
for the small sumr (dispiose of a home call vie up at Gray
Court, S. C., Phione 19.
less, known as A. 30 acres of land, more or less,.
rlhi ae r 0te, v al e f l y l a
dwlinotuly olys ,ya th. dwlln .... .o81-buld
*f wtehi he sldg Prfo pr ashrOnl
ugtfr$.0,oe5 ce fln bounded by publi
ebi one Landen wo ha~ a unigfo Luos
tec th-fLu en ctsfaues rce$50 e
exton,. Geo.rs anGahereer
cromweterate Thinic dhomen
buit n in ooulinadfrmlnsi
ent. acre yof andajust outwant oto.
dispose lisof horaly Ceout inrayg
Cto ultivati Pon. 19.tnnthos
knownrysearo the r.an Knoht-w
lagsmIstitu. Thisundedy s P.Ba,
atg tePrice, $500 per acre.
1.1 1n acesenonaanth tebe
~~ 50Maroestand, situated on puble
highwayrung from Laurord to CryCut
Thiseisioe kon the Drkedt lction
thed usrt o te coorty, lmise to
mare tyoLrn. Price $5.00 per
Tayor7 1-2ace, bounded by ndrof la.
y at ery rason . perstee, Watts Mils propty; Abe
Lngtiopoery dwt barnuandin, well far. Cansi
Watt i~iii wthtre lightst aed ofncutalled. Price ,
anda soreroo.0 percre
63 acres of land muorie orscor
proved ots attheate of cutvo. hafras, beanoueb
osodrmralthlandis ofr nea the GrayIP C Bur-O
rarc.dtt a the s.rice, $60.00 per acre.
TheEathton hoStdit uated Pur e
T hianro Lanod Su rge onr.
scolgLurs, scses of Womeh nlso
-y t erarasna
rmldelin, Buorernom 25xn0 feet