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* LANFORD NEWS.
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Lanford, June 8.--Rain has at. last
visited this section. We had a enice
shower Saturday but not as much as
needed. The stand of cotton through
this section is very sorry; it is hoped
that the rain will bring up the seed
IPlanted. The farmers are busy sow
Mrs. J. T. Littlejohn who has been
visiting at Capt. W. Lanford's has
returned to her hoie at Cold Springs.
'4rs. .1. WV. Lanford accoipanlied her.
Mrs. Lanford has been in failin g
health for soti' Wilte and a (chanige
i:i elimttate was recommended by her
N rs. Joe Williams: came very nearetl
a vilg a serious accidelt Friday while
'rying to pit her Cow inl the lot. Siho
was knocked incontsctoius atd her ear
.vas atlost cut off. Several stitches
I -td to le takii inl it. She is resting
- icely at this writing and it is hoped
S'hat she will sooni he well a-zain.
Mrs. .latti' Lanford is :somelc better
(lday. She is very w(ak vet.
.\lr-s. 11. \I. .1ohnson 11ms return'led
1,rom an1 exTenlde'd visit. to llnder
o vii.N. C.
.\t's. W. M. Ilig in 11 sonu 'Tack.
' v iitil 81 .. 5. Iliugins.
.lrs'. Rlolbin l'hattetson is siending..
omtie timte in Greenville. Slit will stay
ver in Sirnh urg a1 fewv days otl
.\Miss Ittile Catip who ha,1s been
' isiting .liss Alinnie a.anford for some
':me has r1-4urnettd to her hom2e inl
lrs. T. It. Volff is on the sick list
'his week, also MIiss Nanite Lanford
-.td Lueile Moore. We wish for them2
Mlr. and Mlrs. i-. F. 110omfar stpeit
S',unday in Lanford.
Miss Marie Yarhorough is visiting
in Cross Anchor this week.
Mr. Jessie Morgan spent Saturday
night with hils aunt, 'Mrs. Mattie Lan
Mr. Richard Moore was in town
Mr. Sam Monday spent Sunday
nlight in Lanford.
PINE BLUFF NEWS.
Pine Bluff, Tune 8.--We were bless
-d with a fine rain in the past week,
'as put new life in the farmers as
they had gotten where they could ind
nothing to do.
Mr. J. B. Turner is still on the sick
list. We hope for him a speedy recov
ery as he has been well attended by
'is brother, Dr. W. P. Turner of
Mr. 11. V. Brown's house was struck
'y lightning last Friday, but. very lit
'le damage was done.
Mr. W. ). Watts of Clinton andi Mr.
tind Mrs. Hi. N. Carter of Hlarris
3prings and(] Mr. M. G. Roazman of
Treenwood were the guests of R. S.
Griffin and family recently.
Mr. Sam Bryson and wife of Mount
ille visitedl Mr. J1. II. Campbell and1
Miss Eloise Brown entertained a
1:ost of her Cross 11111 friends in hotnotr
of her visitinlg cousinis, Miss Brown .of
North Ca rolitna antd Misc Ch~oie
Miss Nora, the chartming little
daughter of W. P. 'Trner, hlas r'etutrn
*.:d from Lanider' and will be with home
olks for the sumimer.
Mr. Harntwell Cromner has retuirnedl
to Atlanta, GIa., where lhe will resume
his chlosen vocation; 1)ulling1 ploutgh
:lnes doesn't suit Mr. Cromer.
Mrs. Brooks C'oats visited Mr. Guty
Coats' family in the past week.
Mr. Hi. -H. Whitefot'd after a long
shut-in from a disloented 1111. has got
ten outt again by thle help11 of a cruttch.
Miss Annie Noff'z retulrned frotm At
lanta hospital whlere she has been for
come time for treatment.
Eden. Jlune 8.---C(arl Reeves has re
turned home alter teachnlg tihe past
year at Waynesboro, Va.
Miss Site G ray andl~ (ray 1111pp spent
Thursday and Tihutrsday n)ight with
Sir.....Amstrotng and family of
Mr. andl Mt's. WV. -E. Gray oIf Gray
Coutrt sipent Sitntdaty at1 the homle of
Mr's. L. R. Brooks.
Dr. J. WV. tlrnsotn and MrS. PReason
visited relatives int Woodr'uff one
ncight, inst wee('(k.
Miss Nanntie K. e Ar'mstrong of
Lau21rens. spen22t M ombdiy ntight with,
Airs. C. V. IIHipp atnd MIiss Stte Gray.
Misses ('laudite Gray and1( Virtgin Ia
Fultlivant spent1 Mlonda1y night and2(
'uesday withI th'it' g randmothe21(r. Mtrs.
b,. R. IBrooks.
Mrs. RIobets is spending a while
wvithi her sister. MXr s. Ambros'0( Hlolde'r.
A laska le I Cr'eam t' reez2ers'/.'2 are1
nt uck to freeze, takes very little ice.
-'nd2 ar te low in2 price1. All sizes in
S. Ni. & FE. HI. WIUKloS & CO.
tha May and Dick, arrived Saturday
fron 1ufaula, Alabama, where they
reside, they are visit Mrs. Blackwell's
parents, Mr.,and Mrs. W. C. 'Curry.
Soy, why don't sonic of the politi
cal bosses of Laurens county hold a
cautts and bring out some available
calldidate for the legislature? Is It
possible the three openings for L.nu
rens county are going begging. Seems
like it, for with one exception n1o Olle
has so far announced himself. So
it is up to somebody to get busy.
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OWI N G S N EWS.
8 11 8 8 8 8 8 8 S 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
Owings, .1une 8.-- r. and Mrs. .1. T.
Stoddard wNere the guests of .lr. and
.\lrs. J. T. Owings last Thursday.
ir. ald Alrs. J. C. Dul ree returl'lled
last 'I'htrsday from Woodruff, where
Airs. Dupiree had been at tihe bedside
of her sister, Miss Floyd.
We are all listening for the wedding
hell which will, without the shadow
of a .doubt, ring in this town soime
dunring the month1 of J10une.
AMrs. George Barton, who has been
siek wit ii pnu lnonia, died last Wed
liesday. the internlent followilng hin
Dials rem-tery last 'Th ursday.
Aliss Ani Owin.gs will leave inex
Thursday for Ninety Six. where she
will visit \lrs. F. 1.. D l
)I 's. C. h. Owings retrnedll in from
The Whippowill is m
Flies are flying ai
the Goods are F
are hot. W<
7 yds good Callico .... ....
7 yds fancy Lawn .... ....
121-2v <Iuality Bleaehing ..
15e Dress (Goods, June price
6 1-2c Callin, June prie.
7 1-2e Pereale. June prie.
W1e Percale. J111 price ....
12 1-2v Pereale, June priee
2 nive Hiandkerchiefs ....
3G0 pairs Ladie, fancey Ho()
wort h 15e. June saIle . .. .
360 pair- lien's solid color
15e. June sale........
Ju.t recei ved a big lot of Ri
Rose Sett in gs, worthI 25e,
Gohul filled waItes, eases(" gui
prwl(E'....... .... .... ...
Special W\ateh deal-1-Watch<
spxeilal .June sale .... ...
Keep yourJ (eyes onl Redl 1ro
Sipeial vatlues in1 Work Sii
$1 .00 Overalls, Big Buek..
$4.00 A rt. SquaI 11e, 9x12...
$1 .5( large Rug .... ....
$3l.00 barge Bible .........
I ig valIues in Tin~war'e. (C2roe
WaV1re, dlowni in the baser
C'ome dlown and( loo1k aroni
All $1.00 Bottles of Stanmda:
All 50e Bet! les oif Standar
Big deail iln Alen's Fur 1Hat
a n d1 $2.00. June11 Sale...
Big .Jtune Sale of Mlen's Pani
1 'it (G() TIallI Tie Tea Tumllb
1 10-qI. Tinm Bucket.... ..
1Ia arge IDish P an .........
I lot .\(exicanI Sun Ihats..
I lot JTewelry (25e) values.
$1 .00( Watcoh J11une Spec ial
$1.00 Alarm (Cloek, June S8
2 pklgs (Cork Tijp Cigairet ts J1
25e pkg. loeak D)raughlt...
All fine Candies worth 15e
22 1lbs G ranu llated Sugar
f; lbs good IPa relhed Coffee
1 lb beost. libwek Pepper . .
iSave Your Cash Re
I premium durli
I FOlt LESS MONEY.
2pounds Granulated Sugar fc
You want your pigs to eat as mu<
when you fatten them. Give thiem a
of feed, keep the appetite keen and tit
good order, and you will obtain the d
especially if you mix with the grain ra
Bee Dee ST
Whets the appetite-Helps dio
31misonville, lant ''liursday where
he had been with Nlirs. Rt. 13. Dupree,
vio has been sidck for several days.
Mr. F. I. Owings is still In Ashe
:lle, N. V, ni nR !N I unknown whlen
le will return.
Dr. 1ri111 did not filli h is appoint
uIet here Sunday, as lie was comn
eolltd to be at tihe P. C. conunience
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY P&LS
IHnve you ovurworked your nuervsl u 1y
Cm1 and Cused trouble wit y1ur kid
wys and b lader ? I Ilve you pains in
oinls. side, back and 1idder? lave you
L flabby app:ran.e of (le fa -, and Un
!ier the e.f' A fr1e 4 %. ro fn n ns
arine? If so. Wl Ii ktt ' l y T'ill wiI
ure yol--1rugg:t. 'lce 60
VILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Props.. leveland.Ohr)
LAUt-ENS DR1UG CO.
Laure-nm. S. V.
J.[C. BURNS 2
aying "Whip, Cut and S
ad flashing, and Burns
lying--now's your chan
5 need the money, you n
souls will be made ha
oods your wife and chil,
.... .... .... .... .... .25
.... .... .... .... .. .12 1-2
.. .... ............. .. .05
.. .... .............. .. .06
.... .... .. .... .... .08 1-2
.... .... .... .... .... . 10
e, red, green, pink, )lI,
.... .... .... .... ..... 10
half Hose, Iall colors., wrth
.... .............. .......10
oigs, Stone Settings andI( June
our special .June price ......10
aranteed1 for 10 years, Junec
. . .. . . . . . .. . . . 4.98
x5 worth1 $3.50 to $4.00, our
. .. . .. . .. . .. . .. 2.39
ni Ra(ket-somlething doing.
.. ......... ......... .....85
. .. . .. . .. . .. . .. 2.49
......... ......... .......98
Ient, the coole'st plaIce inl town.
-d Medicines5, June Sale .. .79
I Mediceines. JuneC Sal... ..9
s. sample 1ats, wvorth $1 .50
. ...... . ......... .......98
s .98, 1.3t9 up t o 4.39 for the
ers .... .... ......... .....35
....... .... ......... .....10
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.. ......... ......... .....10
... ......... .... .... .....10
s(eeil..... .... .... .... .49
. ......... .... ...........15
to 20e lh, sp~ecia m.... .....10
... ... ... ... ... .99
....... .... .... .. .... .19
gister Checks. With ea
g this month, of JUNE.
~argain Days thi
etely Out of the High-priced I
r . ..99 - 0 lbs good Paurci
* SHILOH LETTEI.
Shiloh. June 8.--Mr. W. L. ChestinQ
killed his day Sunday (rabid). 'The dog
had been lolling around for several
days with all symptonis of rabid. No
precaution was taken to the dog tu
iI Sunday when it became furious, bit
ing a pig and then 'Mr. Chestine on
the leg. inineiiately after killing the
(log he went to Dr. J. W. Beason for
medical treatment. Mrhe head was
sent to Columbia yesterday( 'Monday)
to be analyzed, an( it is to be hoped
that it did not have bydrophobia.
Mr. Ralph Wilson, who has taught
his seconid term near Mellve Is aI
Air Melvin Abercrombie Is at home
frot Ir'skiile College.
It looks up1) this way that the can
dida(t crop is going to he short. the
way they are ainouncing. This is not
tle custol in old Laurens, as a full
quoatt: is always on hand.
Dr. .Martin is spinning around hi a
.\laxwell. lie bought it at Greenvwood.
iheR. Mir. .lunn11ierl-yn1 gave us a good
se'rmionl Siuliday aflerinooll from tile
9ti chi1apter. ItII verse of the Acts:
Sai. Sauil, wly perse(ntest thoi
t r. 1l. .. Wallave visited h's son
in-laiw. Mr. Iitts Sunday t 'oplar
.M\essrs W. C. and Cope Iolt spent
the filne fromil S't atuirday iighit til
Su 11( afternoon with their Iarenats.
.\Mr. and '.i . 8. Bolt of L4iuirenis.
If I had all those lleinous Flies
'om01 pressed in one hulk, l'd send them
to somlie popocatapelt volcano.
What is needed at present is an old
fashion north-east drizzle-a clay and
potato soaker-then you would see
things get a hump and until it conies
nothing is going to do any good. Mark
you. These local rains are not bene
veial to the growing crops, as a gen
eral one would be. That is all of it.
* DIALS. *
Dials, June 8.-Alisses Claude and
Bruce Gray of Gray Court, were vis
itors at the home of their grandmoth
er Mrs. L. S. Brooks, iast week.
Mrs. Nancy Martin and son Glen,
of Warrior .Creek, were recent. visitors
of Mr. B. W. Martin and family.
liss Marie 'Curry, who has been at
tending school at Lander college the
past two sessions is at home now for
the summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. James Simmons of
lohnsoi, spnt Moniay with Mrs. J.
R1. Brownilee and family, enroute to
Mrs. I. Y. Simmons, where they visit
ed several days.
Mr. Clyde Curry who has been tak
ing a post graduate course at Stanford
U'niversity, California, has arrived at
tile home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Curry to enjoy his vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Switzer left
Wednesday for Laurens where they
will reside in the future. All good
wilshes for their success go with them
to their new home.
Mrs. ZA. N. Giray spent seve*ral days
last wveek wvith her daughter, MNrs.
Flshiing lilenics are all the "go"
hlere. The last one was at Tumbling
Shoals, where a most enjoyable day
was spent, even it theC "catch" was
small. IHowever. it. was not the fault
of the fishermen, luck just seemed
againist thleml in spite of all their ef
Mr. L,. R. Brooks thle obliging eash
ier of the Bank of Gray Court, was
forced to lbe away from his dulties
severail days last week, owing to his
being sick at his honme here.
Alr. Townes Willis, and brother,
Master Jlohn, of Owings, spent Friday
withl Mr'. Joe Briownlee.
Mi's. Hi. Y. Simmnoins hlas returned
from a ptleasant visit to thle Miountainl
City", wher'e shle was the guest of her
brother, Mr. W. M. iellams andl fam
Masters Tlillmian and Jack IBol t of
Ilenidersonville, spent several days
last week wvith their' gr'andmother',
Mirs. .T. H. Blrownllee.
-Th'lis' section was v'isitedl by a gen
eral railn Friday afternoon. 'The crop~
situation was greatly i'elieved. and tihe
farmer's are accor'dinlgly grateful.
Mr. and Mi's. Floyd Cui'iy and chill
drIenl were the week-end guests (if Mr'.
%A. N. Gray and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Moore oif Eno
ree visited Mi'. Sam Curry and family
Miss Nell McCall had an he(r week
('nd( guest Miss Ruth Cui'ry.
IMiss iIileen Curry visited Miss Lena
Hlopp of Gray ('ouirt last wveek.
Mi'. I'. .M. I lellams and famialy were
visit ors at the home of Mr. Lude Abier'
Mr i. Marvin 1Ia rris whlo has been at
ltndi ng school at tile Chai'leston Med
ieal college, and1( who gr'aduIat ed with
hionor' inl lil'haay last week. is at
MIiss Clai'a Mc~all was the Sulnday
guest of M\isses Willie May and Irene
I N.'s mh,.a,,,,,l andidrn,- oMr
h as possible --
great variety look ng hogsn thepenb
digestion in fatten n h
esired result; In their fced. I soon ha
tinadoo line. healthy-looking ho
tion a dose of hh['e netted ue overm
25c, 5oC r cam
estion. At you .r'.
P. B. 4
('Iham1berilin's Colle, ('holera a1nd
Every falmily without exception
should keep this prepmration at hand
dilrIng the hot weather of the su limer
montths. Chait tberlainl's Colle. gholera I
and Diarrhoea Remedy Is wot h many
ilies Its cost when Ileede id Is al
Imost certaini to he leeded before the
sim lier Is over. I i hts > uperior
for the purposes for whie) It is in
tended. 3uy It now. For sale by all
L Adic . r r t. r
y'Iea .trskw na iSafes,, i y acia
ills. In Wed andr (told v14
Im-Les* Sealed witth tM110 lli-bmn.
rake "a olh-r. 1say of' Itt u
SOLD BY URiSGHISTS [RWuERE
For sale by
LAURENS DIUG CO.
lash! Whip, Cut and Sla
& Company is Cutting ar
:e to catch some Bargai
eed the goods. Buy your
ppy and when you get ho
:ren will smile and be ha
Just closed a big deal with a n
Athlete Underwear. About 2,0(
Corsists of Men 's Union Suits, f
Knee Drawc, 25v, 50e, and $1.
to throw this lot to the June B1
All 25e grades, special June prie
All 50e grales, special Jtine i<c
All $1.00 grai(les, special Junle pri<
Buy now and save money and ke<
Fine goods in this lot.
We buy for less; we sell for less;
25V hot tie loose Grease Linimen
pains, June sale ........ ....
Everybody 's b~usiness is nobiody 's
to our own business-buy for kh
Speial deall in Ladlies' Slipper:
inl price from .98, 1.39, 1.68, 1.91
$1 .00 bottle Yerkes Cod Liver Oil
tee, our June sale price ....
$1 .00 package TIhedlfords Black
$1.00 b)ottle Electric Jlittdrs, Jun
JUNE SAL i OF E
Se and 10e quality , Jus sale...
15e and 20e quality, June sale..
25e quality, June sale. .. .. .. .
35e. qul1ity, Junie sale. .. .. .. .
50e quality, June sale .... .. ..
68e and1 '5e quality, .June sale.
,1 $.00) quality, June sale .. .. .. .
. . BIG JUNE RIIBl
8e and 10e Ribbon .... .... ...
1 5e Ribblon ......... .........
25e Ribbon ......... .... ..
35e Ribbon .... ......... ....
Just closed a dleal with a manu:
of samtple Shoes and1 0(1( lots.
fine low cut shoes worth $3l.00 tc
thrown this lot to 'the June breez
lot comecs inl tans, patenlt, viei, a:
time to get a finte shoe for a little
sell is (ourl miotto.
ch $5.00 purchase we wil
When you buy a bill ca
is Week at Red
)istrict, 210 West Laurens St.,
Md Coff ee for . . . ..99 14 enke
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.
South Carolina's Oldest Co'ilege
130th year begins Deptember 25th
Entrance examinations at all the
:ounty seats on Yriday, July 3rd, at
) a. m.
ull four year courses lead to\ the
B3. A. and B. S. degrees. A two-yerit
pre.-medical course is given.
A free tuition scholarship is assign
)d to each county of the state.
Spacious buildings and athletic
.rounds, well equipped laboratories,
.in1exeel led librar facilities.
10xpenses rea nable. For terms and
atilogie, at( ess
Ine. W. Ferguson C. C. Featherstone
W. B. Knight
PERGUSON, PAMtIRSTONE & KNIQHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C,
ProV t and eareful attention given
Offle6Over Palmetto Bank.
DR. C FTON JONES
offmee in Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
sh!!" And the Fire
d Slashing, and
as while they
nufactuirer on summer
0 garments in this lot
short Sleeve Shirts and
0O goods. We are going
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. .... .... .... .... .39
e .... .... .... .... .69
ap eool all the summer.
you buy here-we both
t, eures all aches and
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business. We attend~
as and sell for less.
A, June Sale, ranging
3, 2.48 for t:he $3.50 kind..
.Sold undler a guaran
...'......... .... .....79
)raught, June price. 75
el sale price ...........79
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...... .... ...... .121..2
....... .... .... .... .79
;ON SATlE. .............
. ............. .....,05
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aeturer fo about 600 pairs
This lot consists of Men 's
$4.00 a pair. We have
e at $1.98 andl $2.48. T~his
id gun metal. Now is your
price. U~nder h~uy anid unfder'
Ii give a valuable
II for a check.
FORt SAME MONEY
sext to Bramlett's Shop
Lnaunry1. Ennn tor.....2