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I1lil Lli IIIl I IIlH IIIIIl1111
Last Day of
Free Offer to Skin Sufferers
111Sis itia- last day of this Free
j Ofl'er. If yot have held off, net now,
for this announcement will never appear
again in this locality.
No matter what skin disorder you
have-no matter whether it is merely a
slight eruption or a stubborn case of
cezenat, you owe it to yourself to accept
this passing oplportinity.
lSx-'.emat-Fo is a colorles, odorless
liquid. It will not stiin your clothing
it's as clean to use as water.
For years t his famous remedy has been
sold in all parts of the country. And it
has always been sold with a written
guairantee. Yet we seldom have a:
On the contrary, we (laity reeivo
letters from sulferers who had tried
everyt hing else without. avail and who
haive INeTu ettf et of I he. w~wrst forin. o~f e enia
aincl other skin alli 1 ais 'vt'n namre s'rioi.
That is why we dre mntak' this offer, we
know that Ix '/.enia-l' will cdo for yonu whit
it ha:14doe forthonuanus0001ohers. Mail the.
couplon now --" it': your hiat, ch'aince.
v "Cat Olaf tti' coupin and mail to * - -
Nervuold Clsoiisiiil C.., B~rooklyn, N. Y. 1
FoupplY S i ale y :I. i .
:o e. 1 e s .C
* Add i",".. .....
* City. ..t-~ i. .
For Sale By :
i,AitiXNMS DRUGI CO.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief anl an absolute cure
im all cases of A : mhnu a. I ronchitis. and
I av Fever. Sold by (II tr"gists ; mail on
rec eipt of price $1 no.
'Trial I':4 -lmger by merlit 1 f c nN.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland, Ohio
t.A t12 \ 8 1.'4 ('41.
Ni.agan Fa Cs nada,
July 1 to 19, 1914
Seaboard Air Line R. R.
t. Anne de iBeauplre,
Summti~t JAlt. Washington.
Three Days in Boston and
Three Days in New York
A 'omph1le te illnerar'y at minimum
cost for' dghlhtein days of hest, recre
af I on, in t m'eniUng anQ In structive
Peortson11hy conducted - y Mr. C. Hf.
Gatttttitl t B CaBeoned b~ Mr. G (attis.
mieolgh, N. C.
Tourist Agents Secaboard Air LIne
Write for' )ooklet.
~ UC. Maod WtU~ lue Ribbuog.,
k e n R A
* SULPHUR SPRINGS. *
Sulphur Springs, June 1--This sec
tion was visited last Friday evening
by a very heavy hail, rain and wind
storm. it did not cover at very large
area so far as heard from, but did
conliderable damage where it reached.
Trees were blown down, cotton and
corn were badly beat about and oats.
where they had not been harvested
were almost ruined.
Mrs. (G. 0. Teague is Ia Coluinbia
with her little daughter, Frances, who
has been very sick with pneumonia
while on a visit to her aunts, M es
dames Edna F1ay Davis and Minnie
Feagan. The last news from there
was that Frances was improving but
her little sister, IF'ioreice, was right
sick also. Their many - friends wish
for them a speedy recovery.
\1r. Clyde itiddle was the guest of
his sister, Mirs. Geo. A. McePherson last
r. and Mirs. Roht. .1 lres and little
so1n, .\lhert. iron Barksdale, spent Sa t
lirday night with the family of .\r. anid
.\rs. John Cannon.
.\Mr. .al t. 31e\l 'l' son. who i.; on a
visit to his harents near laltlen. p'ass
("i thrlought1 this netig;1huwhoont with II
istir \llss il'ssie Wtk': ins. visiling his
,11nt. MIrs. \\'. (1. Matrtinl an.l other
relati\ts last Iahrii:'vy
Mr.-am iMrs. Pitts llenry, littlel .\iss
lu!ta and Mr. .ohn 11leury of Made.l,
wrer the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'rs
Lon Simith last Sunday, coning dlownII
fin their car.
MW. I, W. 'Teague was a1 business
visitor il laalrrins last Saturly'.
M es srs. Asa Teagute. Ja n's -M 'er
soIl, lien ry 1)uncan a nd .1. 'I'. Miie r
w err V sitors at Mr. .10ohn (Cann1on s last
1 W ilia n Ind l th 'h r
j ,11 sp'enit Sunday with thier " na inS
in(.net" llawkins aind oN ~ n
S . *. * * * * * * l* l 4: * *
* PINE BLUFF NEWS. *
h' t, 1. i s$ f :#' 2 k. i > 81 jisi -
r t 1i(- t -n i '": l '. 11i
\.\ . . ' . ita ii l il , V. al ii rill n: '
Wm '., Gree. nwd E.sP.ieL. to heim51
vl~ilgill snh grimn. fs'
Messrs S. ': . Carte andiI Walter G rif
fill. M iss'5 E1l0se lrown stell Trn- i
r atteid commen ci em t at Ninetv
Chambe irlin i's ('olleI, ('holern, andl
11rirerv family vit huilt exacetrin
dui tl h ot15 w1ethe f th sf itsmer'
fi t11 lhlI'cos fh1 !n/n ded and I( w" -
mIn !rinof Wo le ined befoet tahil e
su1rmer cis it ver.I il it s no11111 sepernor
fory tho uggoestinr wleh flliti1 isty.
(Inded. l y f tit nw t or al oby th
deus aler il<. se it hesleto
Chaill ld iterrn I olleIf Agai.g~.
Thei 1 reeville1 11 iedmnt file aCIic
shoritg (ditria'ein is columns seveal
day atigo'i isuggeting the( aisbity0
npof tlynlln Wn thae 11art of, thle
of nthel rstee f Chicora college
bru'elon Advertor. Oie ~ooi
tollege11( otrovey is atgin~t oe f'
ofacure l islrenewing ts pevedsition.d
Onc toplg iir ofvhi er ave but wip
thay the toute dofa eo Chicoralg
tn, eantey oni ad hlrto hlear
Are ouh rgh much pnevedshoureld
may hvetn ouo a beffort? Choua
arl e otl laocllaed.--Spouartnbur
Heacld.lvr idesa woesse
need eateoniAt c and heuler.
builder to drIve out Jthe waste matter
-build you u nd renew your
strength. Nothing eotter than Ealee
trio Bitters. Start today. Mrs. James
Duncan, Haynesviile, Me., writes:
"Completely cured me after several
doctors gave me up." 50c and $1.00 at
SAD DEATHS AT CROSS HILL.
Town Shocked by )oatlh of Ylung Lady
and Estimable Woman.
Cross H1ill, Jtune i.---The saddest
event of the year and one which Is sel
dom witnessed occurred here \Wednes
(lay of last week when two funerals
took place at Liberty Springs. Both
these services were held Wednesday
afternoon, one at 3 o'clock and the oth
er two hours later at 5 o'clock, in
the presence of a large number of sor
rowing and grief-stricken relatives
and friends. Both deaths occurred the
same day, Tuesday afternoon. Miss
Ruth Simmons, who had been at a hos
pltal in Columbia nearly six weeks for
surgical treatment died early Tuesday
afternoon at that place. Taken off in
the bloom of life when just entering
young womanhood, 31iss Ruth's death
was not only unexpected but a great
shock to her people and friends here.
IlIer condition was thought to be much
iumproved WVednesday morning and
strong hope was entertained for her
recovery. Site leaves a father and
mother, Mlr. and Mrs. .1. W. Siumons,
and two brothers, Frank and Roy
Siumons, all of this place. She was
a great favorite in the home and en
ioyed the ('special love and esteem of
all who knew her.
About six o'clock Tuesday afti'enoan
oacurred the sudden death of Mrs.
orna M oore at her home heirr. Short
ly after the death of her husband, Mr.
.John .oore of Ninety Six. .\Mis. Aloore
etine to Cross Hill where she has been
living with her sister, \Irs. Lena
l'tcketi. She had not been well for
several months hut on the day of her
death was feeling as well as usual tilp
to the timge she was so inexpeetedly
(nlled frmiti this life. She was nearly
seventy years old and leaves one sI
ter, Mrs. Puckett, and a l'rother, \1ir.
lFrank: 1'. .\le (iow;:n. with a large nm
her of other relatives, who feel se
verily thin loss of it good ('hristiat
The.+ flane(rag s+ric es were( (collinlu t
('d hi\ lIe1 s .1.. T. .\iller. .I. A. .Alartin
and \\'. I lntehi:ord.
.il ihi i'' of 1hi' cliurches here hit.
comidl'ettuii arramwmen (nt and aippoin t
("1 the tines for reviva l itnetings this
Intn 'I. The ieeting will begin at
the .lMet htoli:t (.itrelh next iituday
inornin -. P( 'v. .\lr. Y-arboro will a+,
:sist t'e ptorm id will be expected Io
dul 1! 1h + pnachinig. The mleeting, at the
I'rish: to Ian church w.ill begin on the
!r Sut tnday inl .ily with tev. .\1.
i l Xis ofi ('iiitlita leatt ng. The fol
'ui week thii m ting wIII he holi
t the lla ti: t i t tli-h l giniing on the
to inll eil ie .ill.itit. iI't.tii ; at~
i iI i~ l + i \ : i ' 1 - l i / l i " I :i; ( i ii
Irs..l .\. A .i\i Irtil has i4oni to ltock
! il to iin1.1. till is itc lie ft'oi m t of
'in :' m ilii 1" from w'it h r.
hannr .lr; Illta \.1y, w\ill grad
del, tis weekl.
.\liss .\lary 'lill has returnecd from
I.imnetolne colhe-s for thi" 1e s i n er~l \":
.\iss He~ieIill is at home from .\t
lainta \11w"!e she has been at work in
.. 'au .\tlMeGowana is at thomne from
the Mledical ('allege of Atlanita.
hldetn.1 .tune 1 .-T'1he IEden school and
paltronms of (lie cotimmuinity enjoy'ed at
pienice at Tumiblitng Shoals Tuesday.
.\m's. ('. V. 1liipp and~ Mr's. IEmma
It eeves sipent IWed nesdany at Itie home
of* S. It. G ray.
.\listi Virgintia -Gray spent the latter
ndt of thie week witht .\Iss Mary Gr ay
of Gray ('ourit.
I )r. .1. W. liea son and wIle were int
('tartlie Blrooks spentt thie wee k-end
M. Wa. Gray andtt L. A. Armzstrong
were In Lauirents Monday ott business.
Mr. C'oker froim Texas, who came
out hero fotr Mrs. Mattle Woods, left
Montday accomtpanied by lier for' Texas,
where she will make her' future htome.
Womein who atre wvorni out. with It he
dloiule buridenu of huousehiold wvork antd
a bodly flint is Su ffeinig from the miiis
ery of disorders In thme female gener'a
tive system, are st rotigly tirged to ti y'
the bieelal effect of t)lt. Simmon'.
:'Ql'AW VI'NIt WINEC. It is just the
r'emiedy' they nteed to correct. the in ter,
n al ditsorde r aitd int sItrengthI in t he
body to perfor im Itie du ties of t he
hiousehioldt. It lightens the work by
lttiig the sitrengtha to the Ia ik. After
a Shor't cour ise with this excelli t l'e
hItorahtive, X work becomues a pleasatre
because heal(th aitd sound phy'P.leah
condlllitn have tniken the !ilaon or
sIckness andt despondency, Pruica~ el 00
p~er bottle. Sold by' all dIruiggists.
Stomach Sufferers I Rend This.
So many stomachet sutfferers huave
been benefited by a sim uto prescrip
tiont of' vegetable oils wj icht cured a
Chicago druggist of chr/inlc stomach,
liver and intestinal tro/ ble of year's
standing that wo wan you surely to
try thtis remedy. It is own as Mayr's
WVondorful Stomach medy. One dose
will convince you. It usually gives
wonderful relief within 24 hours-ev
en in the 'most stubborn cases. Mayr's
Wonderful Stomach Remiedy is now
sold here by
For sale by
LAURElS 53116 0
"Hlere's Jobs advertised for 400
"Gee! Just skip, do horrible details,
AN IDEAL PROTECTOR
Ethel---Suppose this boat abould
Arthur---l'tu afrahd, dear, that you
would ha ve to hold on to the boat unl
ti I -, m-suefr sita~o
The Vanqalshed-Ilut you're twiced
The Victor-Dbat's all right. I'll give
Watr--s thderhad waotr.41
doGwit .lt kpd orbedtis
&\ alm it-t' -
DON'T G0W B.\LD
Use Parlsian Sage.
If your hair is getting thin, losing
its natural color, or has that matted,
lifeless and saeraggy appear:ance, the
rrasan !: evident -dan -ltff ,td failare
toa 'c ie hair roots properly noarv
l'arisian Sage appl!ed daily f'lor a
wedk and then occas:ionally i-; all Mat
ik n-rh'd. It removes dandruff with
one a'pp!ieatIon: almost in:meicdiat,.ly
stops falling hair and itching iea'I:
invigorates the scalp and meua!:c. dull,
stringy hair soft, abundant an ra-li
ant with life. IlCqually good f ' me.1,
Womn')i or childrel--ev '1.y te ds
A lar;e bottle of tihis ight ful hai
tonIe ran be had fron the Lanreis
Drug Co. or any drug counter for 50
cents. You will surely like Parisian
Sam e. There Is no other "Just-as
good'--Try it now.
I'verJ oys3Drf IA
. """ " Rifi Si~
Demand the genui
you see an
i Gasoline ai
in any i
We Handle The Be
+Highest in the State. A
~ J. R. EICHELE
Think of it--motor
at less than two ce
is costing thousani
It's a big reason fo
Five hundred dollars-'is tl
about; the touring car Is
seven flfty--f.o.b. Detrol
ment.' Get catalog and p
Garage, Laurens and New
Notice Is hereby given that t:ook$ of
subscripitton will U(e opene. to (ros
11111 Drug Coliieny, a corporaltion
proposed to he foit~.ed for the put'
pose of carrnyig oni a gene ral (irug
bin:ess at Cross 11111. it the County
of Irure:'c, In the State of south Car
oliln.. TI::t citniital stock of the pro
I)os'ed corpora tion is twO Ihouadli(l
dolla''i$:2,000.00) divided Into .won
ty 10) shares of' the par vtiue of ono
hundred dollars (-1Ai;0.00) each.
'The books will be t)I)ened at the of
fice of )r". G. F. Klugh, Cross 11111,
SoutI Carolina, on the 4thl day of
. I'. Klugh.
B. 0. Whitten,
A. M. I!ugh,
-- It Board of Cortporr.oru.
.h . ...ir. i ng
E," fy }ul 11am
ere in the County
.t 66 degree Gasoline
sk the State Oil Inspec-+
e byfl e
1 GER, Agent +
8, S. C.
n1ts a mile--what it
la of Ford owners.
r Ford popularity4
e price of the Ford run
Iye fifty; the town car
b. complete with equip
irticutars form Summers
bherrir . R.