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* WATERLOO LETTER. *
Waterloo, June 8.-Miss Grace Mil
ler's friends are delighted to have her
at home again, after an extended visit
to relatives In Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Clarence McChesney has' re
turned from a fortnight's visit to her
sister. Mrs. W. B. Boyd, In Greenville.
to Abbeville and Calhoun Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Theodore Garrett
have returned from a brief motor tril)
to Abbeville and Calhoun Falls.
Col. -John H1. Whaton *as a recent
business visitor to Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Wharton, of
Greenwood, spent. the week-end very
pleasantly witI their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Henry Wharton.
Mis Loree Smith, of Coronaea, who
was recently graduated from the U: F.
C.. spent several days this wceK with
here sjster, Mrs. Willie Y. McNeil.
Miss R-thel Culbertson is at home
from a visit. to her sister, Mrs. Jo
seph .J. Dendy,,in Laurens.
Misses Mini0 Win, Lula Moore
and Alice Warrett 'wore a charming
trio of Waterloo -young ladies ettend
Ing the commencement exercises of
Greenville Feiale College.
'Mr. lIvrnard Henderson spent Wed
nesd' 'in Laurens.
Mr. Charlie Lockwood has many
friends in town, who are pleased to
have hiim at home from Furman for
the summer vacation.
Miss Wynoina Long spent several
days last week with relatives in the
Mr. W. W. Culbertson and Dr. J. L.
Fennell -were business visitors to
Mrs. Joseph W. Shealey, after a de
lightful visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. 'Wharton, has returned to
her home in Saluda. The friends of
Prof. Shealey will be interested to
learn that he has accepted the prin
cipalship of the Ninety Six graded
school for the ensuing term.
Mr. W. C. Wharton was~ a prominent
business visitor to Q1l'00%Woo4 last
, Mrs. 'W. M. Henderson and little
son, are again at home after an en
Jbyeble visit to home people in Cross
Mr. Melton Boyd spent the week
end in town with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Telford S. Boyd.
Mr. -1ob, Bornet, of Barksdale, is
vI.1iIug Waterloo friends.
'Mrs. 13. A. Anderson, Jr., leaves this
W*e'k fo: pt vilt te her mother, Mrs.
'I'p. Roadby, in Rock Hill
The Waterlor. Democratic club was
b'rganzed Saturday with the following
officers: W. C. Wharton, president;
J. C. Smith. vice president; George C.
Anderrnr., secretary. Menprn. J. T.
Garret and S. i. Ireson were ap
pointed managers and enrolling com
The new store of Mr. E. V. Golding
is rapidly going up and will soon be
ready for occupancy.
* ' F.rlendshiy Community.*
Friendship, Jlune 8.-We had a very
nice rain Friday which we wvere all
very glad to see.
Miss A'mnie Kellctt spent Saturday
and Sunday with her father in Foun
Mrs. Guss Dodson, of Spartanburg,
spent the week-end with her parenlts
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sherbert,
Mrs. RL. M. Kellett of Enoree is vis
iting J. P. Kellett.
,Miss Pearl Martin returned last
week from the G. F. C.
-Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Jones, of Green
ville, spent Saturday with Mr. W. Rt.
Henderson and fatnily,
Mr. Luther Henderson of Hlonea
Path spent the week-end with home
Always Lead to Better Health.
Serious sicknesses start iny disor
ders of the stomach, liver and kidneys.
The best corrective and pr lentive is
t, Dr. King's New Life Pills, ~hey Puri
fy the blood-prevent fonstipation,
keep liver, kidneys \andf bowels in
healthy condition. G eij you better
health by ridding th system of for
merpting add gassy foods. - Effective
and mnild. 25c at your druggist.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for all hurts.
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* EKOM NOTES. '*
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'Eklom, June 8.--We had a large
crowd at U~nion Sunday, Rev, Y. A.
Brock preached a very interesting ser
The rain has not reached our see
tion yet. 'Everything is looking pretty
Mr. A. Rl. Theme, in company with
several others, left for Now Orleans
Mrs. Warren Culbertson and daugh
ter, of the Highland Home section,
visited with Mr. La. C. Culbertson and
Mr. Eugene Eilmpre and family; vis
ited Mr. T. J. Cooper and family Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pitts of the
Fridndship section, visited with Mrs.
Loo Culbertson and daughter.
Mr. Dandon Boland and family
spent Sunday with Mr. Broadus Coop
er and wife.
Mr. J. B. Culbertson and family of
Madden, came over for irreaching Sun
day and visited their mother, Mrs. J.
*W. 31. UT. AliXJJLA RY.*
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'riTe quarterly meeting of division
No. 4, of W. M. U. Auxiliary to the
Laurens Association will be held at
Friendship church on Saturday, June
10:30-4lievotional service conducted
by Mrs. Claudia Loias.
Words of greeting. Miss Beulah Alar
Rtespionse. Mrs. Lola Cox.
Song. Mrs. Vivian Iobo.
First 'opis. 'Tle Spirit of Christ in
Our Mission Work. I)o we need it?
How to obain it. Airs. .1. S. luig
gins, Mrs. Lola Cox, Mrs. Ella
liranlett, Nh1s. Florence liarliand.
Second. How can the whole Church
be enlisted in Missionary Endeavor?
Aliss Lillian lrownl(e. Mrs. L. 1).
Iland. Mirs. .1. A. Blrock, .\Mrs. Coker
Appointment of conmnittees.
1:30 Devotional sorvice conducted by
Airs. .1. B. Owings.
Third Topic. By What Plan can we
Keep tip the Work of Y. W. A's., 1.
A's, and Sunbeams in our rural
clurcelis. Mrs. Alice Moore, Mrs.
Lizzie Burdett, Aliss Lalla Bram
lett, Miss Sallie Helanis, Mrs. Nivia
Fourth Topic. Present Needs at
Home. Mrs. Gray Moore, Mrs. 0. F.
Fic - er, Mrs. J. M. Flemming, Mrs.
Report of committees.
Miss Rebecca Baggott,
Nrs. Uda Yeargin. President.
Mt. Pleasant Club.
Mt. Pleasant Democratic club was
)rganized Saturday afternoon, Jane Co
)t three o'clock with the following of
licers: G. Marion Moore, president;
1. W. Fowler, vice president; GGuy E.
Nfoee, secretary: 11. H4. Pasicy, ex
ecutive committeeman. It was decid
ed to meet Saturday afternoon, June
20th at four o'clock for the purpose
of enrolling voters, and ,all voters are
earnestly urged to come at that time
and get their namnes on the club roll
as required by the rules adopted at
thb !-act state; convention.
Guy E. Moore, Seeretary.
Hot. enther Tonic and Health Builder.
Are yon run down-niervOus-tired?
Is everything you do an effort? You
are not lazy-you are sick! Your stom
ach, liver, kidneys and whole system
need a tonic. A tonic and health
bull'der to dirive out the waste matter
--build you up and renew your
strength. Nothing better than Elee
tric Bitters. Start today. Mr's. James
Duncan, Haynesville, Me., writes:
"Completely cured me after several
doctors gave me uip." 50c and $1.00 at
Blucklen's Arnica Salve for cuts.
On last Thursday afternoon the 1:a
dies of the Woman's improvement as
sociation of Trinity-Ridge school en
tertained at a miscellaneous shower
foi' the brides-elect, Misses Laurie
Aull and Annie Putnam.
.Arriving promptly at flye o'clock
the guests were ushered into the aum
ditorium which wvas beautifully dec,
orated. the color schiemie being green
and wvhiite. There they were present
ed with dainty booklets and asked to
wvrite for each a good wvishi. After' the
good viihs were- wvritten thte booklets
were presented to thme young la'lces by
Mrs. W. N. Austin.
Mrs. .John D). W. Watts then came in,
followed by Mr's. Sue Pitts, represent
ing a typical old black manimy, who
had come in t~o give the brides-to-he a
few well chosen words of advice and
bid them farewell before they sailed
forth opm the sea of matrimony. Ac
comp~anyipg 'Black Mammy were two
little pickaninnies. Wiliami Dorroh
Owings and Sue Esther Pitts, who
bore hugo green and white baskets
tilled with many useful anwl beautiful
presents, which were tokens of love
andl the esteem in which these young
ladies were l'eid by the commnu'iuty
in which they ha:j so faithfully dis
charged their .4uty as teache'rs.
Cream and cake were ser'ved by the
following bevy of beautiful young la
(lies: Misses Maud and E'lla lanigston.
Minnie Irving, Mattle Kate Owhng'i,
Lucile and Martha Pitts, Sara D~avis
and Florence WVilliams.
Shiake Off Your Rthej matism.
Now is the time to jet rid of your
rheumatism. Try ~a/wenty-five cent
bottle of Chamberl ~ii's Linimient andl
see how quickly yO r rheumatic pains
disapear. Sold by all dlealers.
We ar'e showing some sjceoial values
in Refrigerators andi 1ce Boxes.
S. M. & la~ 'H W1ILKE & CO.
A Pair of White Oxfords
course! Wherever you go y
Every Man and Wornan sho
with a pair of our White C
just right for so many purpc
The uppers are of
Medium or low fi.
Some of the Styl
full rubber soles ai
$3.00 to $2
White Slippers For Men, Won
Ladies' Shoes Shim
When you fee'discouraged.
Wben ~confused, ncr. Dr. T. L. Ti m r
.ous tiiced, worrie2d or deondent it i. a
;ure sign you need MOTT NERVERINE Dentist
PILLS. They renew the ni rmal vigor and
make life worth )iving. Be sure and ask for
M~t'8Nererr~ePilsPrice $1.00 People's BankBulle
MOtt's Ner! 6rine Pillsb d~i;; te
Wi LIAMS MFG. CO.. Prope., Cleveland. Ohl Phone 892.
LAURENS DUI) CO. Lauren, S. C.
LauLu . C.
I||Choice Real Estai
20 acres of landl inside inlcorp)Orte - ceo ln.bul
limits of city of Laurens, with sixSetnWlBaklyadot
room cottage, three room house and Mc tet nct fLuc
outbuildinig, for $2,500. sxro iclnfrtesn
TPwo store rooms, at Watts Mill1,
fronting 50 fect and 50 a feet deep). Price -acemrorlsno
Moc Srsetm, int city of rI
$i~fi50.b unuded by Boyd Sexton, Geco.
1 1-4 acres with six-room dwelling, and fronting on North Hlarpet
two barns, and other outbuildings at with seven room dwelling, o
the Watts Mill. Price $a,800.00. ing gnd fine well of water. Th
h ', been recently built in fir
Alto lot adjoining this l0t, 02 acres, on andl can be bought for $3,:
at $50.00 per acre. third cash, balance in one a
40 1-2 aches known as the S. R. years.
Moore tract and bounded by W. TP. Ow
ens, B. Putnam, J1. \V. Duire and oth
ers. Has goodi dwelling, good tenant
house and outbuildings. This is a fine
location. In sight of the Gray Court
Owing Insti'tute and the most valuable k -
piece~ of ireal estate than can be offer- ~
ed to the public. See me for prices.
93 acres of land, known as par t of4 t
the Mirs. Antne (Cheek hotmestead,(
boundled by W. Rt. Cheek, Geo. Smith ~
WV .R. Hiendersoni ansi others. Has x
dwelling andl out bulding. Convenlet
to sc-hool and churtten. Prmice $35 per~
88 ac-res. knownu as P. 0. Smnith's
home, boutnded by~ S. A. Wil Ilis, -.
Chesterfield Milhiniel andt othet-s.
Pri-ce $37.50 per act-c.
169 acres, known a., Mr. Albert B.
flurtns' home, bounded by Sam Bttrnts,
Mae flurn-s and Robert Flemting. This
is a nice pie(ce' of prtoplerty, nicely lo
eated and good imtprovemnents. Chteap
at $45 p~er aereC.
1 3-4 aIctes, mrore oft less, known asiepreanItmstitiet
10. Rt. Btlakele cy bomne, b~ounded by Y. C.tteeryiyowaths1)0
I iellams, J1. J1. 1Dendy and fronting~
Chutrch atre-cet. Eight tootm cottage 1 4tteofltiltOf l
atnd outtbilding, city water-, wvithtW a o oea at h
lights. Flne pastutre. Price $2,500. leitiilctae[nlaSe
54 1-2 nc-rcs, known as the Gully F.Pie$,0.0
Riddle home place, boutndled by Chtarliei As o ui rvdlt
Benson, H1. P. Gatrrett and Little br-othi- ~lt ilwl esl -t
ers.Prie $3.50it~tacr.bceap Seie and fr madeice.
TheeLndearlWh Diide yoaTthes pro
,RURTL SCHOOL PRIZES.
Over One Thiousand Dollars to be
Awarded Next -Year.
Through the. support of the state
department of education, the South
Carolina Shool Improvement Asso
clation is able to offer $1,250.00 in
prizes to be awarded in 1014. This
amount has been divided into 40 priz
es and will be given to the schools
showing the greatest improvement
during the given length df time. There
will be 10 Ilrst prizes of $50 each and
30 secon(l prizes of $25 each. Regula
tions governing the award of thesq
prizes are as follows:
'Improvements must be inade be
tween Oct'ber Ist, 1913 aid December
Only rural schools can compete for
these prizes. Districts barred by the
State high school act or the btate ii
ral graled school act are ineligiiole tu
enter the competition.
All applications miust be seat
through the couty s11Iperintedl(leI, 01
education, rural school supervisor, or
county organizer of School iiprov
All reports iust be made on the
printId blanks Furniished by the a-o
I iiiakinlg application for :a prize
the Clean-u p )Day score card, a brief
d1escription. a photograph, and any ev
idence of improvement shoul(d accom
Ihatny the regular prize score card.
Mary Eva Ilite,
Pres. S. C. School Imp. Assjn.
The Magi ach Peeler
You need me wA canning or evaporating
peaches. I peel a peck or bushel at a time,
and do not waste a particle of the fruit.
If you don't want to waste your Urne
and peaches this summer, domand
Red Devil Lye
Write for a free booklet that explaine,
und be ready at peach time. Write today.
CPER CAN for cans almost as big as
* those that cost you 10e.
Wes. Schield Mig. Co. St. ,ouis, Mo.
NO'l' (CE OF ELEcI'4o)N.
State of Suthi1 Carolinia,
County of Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of the quaifed electors andi
free-holders residing in Dials school
district No. 7 Laurens county, South
Carolina, asking for an election upon
the question of voting an additional 2
mill tax upon the property. In sa1li
school district to be used for school
ptirposes, have been flied with the
counlty hoard of edlucation, ani electIon
is hereby ordered upon said (Iuestion.
said( elect Ion to lie held on the 10th
day 6 1 July, 114., at Dials school
house In said district, under the man
agemrent of the trustees of said school
Or:y such electors as return real or
piersonal property for' taxation and
who exhibit their tax receipts and
-registration certiflcates as requtiFred
In the general election shall lie allow
ed to vote.
Tlhose favoring the mij additional
tax shall vote a ballo~ e9ntainin g the
word "YES" written oVprinted there
on. Those against t le 2 mIll addi
tionatl tax shall vote a ballot contain
inig the word "NO" wvritten or printed
thereon. Polls shall open at the hour
of 8 o'clock In the forenoon and shall
remain open untIl the hotur of 4 o'clock
in the afternoon whien they shun3 be
closed, and the ballots counted.
The trustees shall report the result
of the election to the county auditor
andi county superIntendent of edutca
tion wvithin ten (lays thereafter'.
By order of County Board.
80JIOL A RtSHlIP and ENTIIA N('E
The examination for the award of
vacanrt scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new
situdents will be held at the county
('ourt House on Friday, ,July 3, ait 9
a. m. Applicants must not be less
than sixteen years of age.. When
Scholar-ships are vacant aft ~t July3 3
they wvill he award ti to thp e making
the highest average at tl s examina
thon, prmovidled they nue( the condi
tions governing the~ *ardu. Appli
cants for ScholarshiiiVshould wvrite to
P'residlent Jlohnson before the exam
inatIon for Scholarship examinatIon
Schtolarshvips are wor'th $100 andl
freeo tuitIon. Thve next session will
open Selptemnber 16, 1914. For further
information and catalogue, address
Pres. D. 11. Johnson, Rlock 111l1, S. C.
Piles! P~Ies! -Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Olntmjlont wilt cure
ullinJ, Bticeding and Itchtin Files. It ab
sorbs the tumors, aliaj's chtng at once,
acts as a poultide, glvej instant relief.
Williqms' Indian PIle 0int ment is pire
pared for Piles andl itel'fng of the prlvatc
par'.,. Drugnista, mail 50c ad $1.00.
WiL~lAi MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland, Ohie
misURENS DRUG v00.
for Summer, of
ou'll need them!
uld be provided
ses and always
-t heels. 0
es have X
i.So D -
ien and Children.
IN. B. DIAL A. C. TODB
DiAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
ling Eterprise Bank Building, Laurens, S.C.
PRACTICE IN ALL OOURTS
Money to loan on Real Estate--Long
te for Sale!
by Jeff These are a fewv o fthe bargains
iers on that we have to offer you at 'the pres
is; has ent. If you want a home or want to
til sum dispose8 of a home call me up at Gray
Court, S. C., Phone 19.
ajsS A. 30 acres of land, more or less,
Garret known as part of the Mr's. Nan Knight
Gsreet lomesteadl. Boundled by S. P. Bali,
treeld Mrs. Salli Hughes, L. 'Z. Wilson and
ibil-others. With dwelling and out-build
e hoca- ing. Price $50 por acre.
~.Oe 50 acres of land bounded- by public
ad1"0highway running frm Laurenis 'to
Greenville, known as the Blarksdr Ie
land, just outside corpomate limits ot'
the city of Laurens. Price $75.00 per
A 1-2 aches boundedl by lands of C.
A. fabb, L. E. Mares amwl the Aher.
rombhie estate. Ilas nice dwelling,
good Ouithuildhing, and tarm iandls in
the highest stat-e of cultivation. Price
$50.00 per acre.
67 acres of land just outsidle cor
porate limits or Gray Court, In high
state or eulti vation. H as tenant house
and is very near the (Gray Court-Ow-.
lags Inastitaute. Th Is property is cheap
at the price, $50.00 per acre.
140 1-2 acres kne'o as the Reuben
- Marmt in hoesteadl, :itulated on the
high way from Lanfowd to G ray Court.
This is one of the fines' locations ini
the uppecr part of the county, close to
schools, close t.o church andt (closa to
market. Price $'15.00 per acre.
2 acres, more or less, knowni as S. TI.
aon-Tay lor's place, bioundedi by NorthI liar
cisa.Per street, Watts Mills property; five
ery. roomr dIwelling, .4toreroom 25x50 feet,
'iy with barni and tine wvell of wvater. C'an
the E. he connected wvih water wvorks. IElee
, wih a trle I igi.tIs alIready tinsta Illd. P rice $,
63 acres of lanad, more or less, knownm
at -the as the G. J. Lanford Inands, bounded by
arkably the lands of J1. 0. Garrett, H. P. Bur.
dette andI~ others. Picle $(;(.00 per acre.
arth to Suit Youi- Purse