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T.1,IIENS, S. C., JULY 1, 1911.
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Imalled liter thian Monday torn
o 11ofLot Ptt off tillfil the last day to
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l'iIlrolling blookts close thlis 111011th.
0011er ellr o lw.
. . Irby's clhai racterizallion of
~ich:-ads as a "Ceamt p follower" is
.jor hs received so far.
abcu the hea1viest blow ta, th .i' \ltai
'I hose who only signed' their inlitials8
inl "Unrolling hmd heller rettirni to 0he
Sectary allil have Ile correction
3n1ale. 'lhe name inist le signel in
rno Isedthreeo mlore par.
o:. l iu l'. 11u1nded. w mlich
1 to a o Iwth ''poor. lio
jii' 'IS .l vanhit'iij, 1hisgytt a i de inl
thw )avlnaster genel 'sJ: oflico, looki
01:1 r - i ( h1ing to hliipin. \\, look
ifor lth ao( t thorol orwl)I ization
11n 11111 tre lih: ove 1in 1. T i :t' s
Io tiC l t% lanM ;ti. ha ilts i w.; 1r ts
)IM, t' eit totmako \Vednesday ter
IoWm "1f (1a11h weekol I holiday dur11ing
thc nom111ler. mlonths. It Is, sAid that
ciA m(Ioveen'111lt la"s rherel ienorious
Pi1 l an it : ,iinl e thous d 111iI
their sbig thu ts gin at miders-weIk
Wiily. Why not. try, th lan ill Lu
'e. 1 I . 1 1i ; ll ol c 1110 a losi to
*Ahm i rchantslj.1 it sholl h 101,i t paus e
a o ii to Imrtow me -hat? . An
tyeumioff I wfa off would (iove i
gr< ol p) h (u he on, n workers.
hi lirid' tatlwayso get sito t.u
I (hi~ fo weg notied in oe eiofrth cor-bi
re.s*\oet' ies where he. V or
'w)] Cworl 1reid bee1nl1 e more ptepli doji
t announceigt themselvesg for( i abic
juglite. Somtevfolk (laer knwtwherie
te ir;te busiess ori ends ndtaohr' hn
is. Doitgnot wpel or, w ter forc e
Wioh )oroce eerf than wit lat
IAd. norpi wil al)woitig announce them
things hhI ahs stoi grae mhosi
tion. ''e seabland it Wti~~114se fom
Wptidn lie cohecn hois hoearsanttis
sineitig sto ~orryt aout.?V 'i'h coun-0
ty~ ew ofag the eaf of ii tn not
irals ofe bride nti youa g''(etl it
tA rt rin toe irieliabt oreportas ion.
the hImpress~iun thhho itdn
he amaigtunoedge and his gratn
ing sengteyiry throughvewere
hris rini choen dertmwentorcy
mentuare worindg i sron aind.
ia broeatd view ofn are richlytdon,
Merv. Coope i pintnou the onrie
higih tiohas btatn reedmt at c
thi ctim and ina puhing hm ewls cor
wardyhe s convincheg ht heas at
The-Rnes o hegMil elvnd Saue
I l n leasu e out,l ecasn ofna
ON THE DEFENSIVE
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goven'tor's pardon record, Mr. Jenl
flings prophIesied that (he governor
would be retired to private life' on
August 25. "if I am any judge of the
quiet, Cole L. Illease will be re
tired beyond the possibility of resur
rection. And if you were to ask live
years from now some of these loud
mouthed here today If they applauded
the governor of the state, when he
bragged that he had pardoned 1,200
and 'you can't help It,' that man will
either deny it or hang his head in
ch am e."
The mayor of Sumter also cited tihe
case of Max Stokes of Orangeburg.
"lie wats convicted of violating the
dispensary law ,and was lined $250,"
said ir. .lennings. "Later he was in
dieted on a similar charge, and fled
the country. Convicted in his ab
settee, a sealed verdict was held
agaInst him. Later when he rotirtined
and gave bond, and appealed to a
higher court, ie was pamdoned while
the appeal was penditg. This Max
Stokes is the same mall that ol leic
tion dlay two years ago used hils atto
mlobile Inl haulitng voter-s to the polls-."
This wa s taet with a chorui of ap
piovial. Someiv saying: "E've y word of
that's true," antd others. "L:.y it ont,
.ennings, we know it lutrits."
The IInwell ow was prowdpare
for the attack which .\lr. l'ollock has
hein making for the last few days on
the governor. lie had harily begnlit
befo0e :me one, in dlisalpproval. ask
ed, "\\'hat is your text?" The chetaw
tmaan, who always appea's at atn al
catage' under fire. quickly respond ed,
"S ve. the 17t chaptt'r of I Samueo'l.
antd read the whole of' tle 'litper. It
dsi bles tht(e struggle betw h .'i)' Iavidh
and GoIial It. ,leas . with Ils polit
ieali inachinte, claims to bw a great
(;oli:th. What l):vid did for Colitil
I hope. by- the grace! of God. to do r
(oi'l !a on .\giust 2.3. Now tli t
moy 1 t and I ho; r it sA I k w ! . Ti
':, l thi ''N o n r :1 n'I up
asr . This IIaer ; . - m o
i . - prima~iry rul 1,'n1 ref!erred
n to t eia . r(o: ) rt It . in
in 'O nt1 'hie-cI) aick tt (l IIItih inl Char
ol ('i' i;n in ille crow i s u g.-I t .- to
dr. lo k hI t hli H tI the Xo rn ht set
ti the lVittld t s so:. itu'C ;;t Ihl
of hilli. "No," .\r. l'ollbwk nlre1
"my lution i n tl.ot w\ ltA s ::a 1 : t
go to it.\ t'io at1 the h 1l , thi ' --
troops) , '1111 win-n the'y aret zlvam - i
Iay tinto dlxca territory. -la -
troops drop bat and 11!t, t
not to thli t \ ticans."
h \ar. t'ollock again toay :t hol.'
thlei vot trs that: "a little s;a; dI
ham m ( t ered -down tot' i,', L t on l ti o -
enrSstafi, anld wnvv yoult
n al ait revit w befor t h :l. u -
tIrnor and Ili- staff you wi ll :v' t
tt'a'lt titt it, go 'an d l i' torant i
ntc'i' ts Stnith (n.,eredc t I a:,.
ot oneo hAitl opaoent that hs :tn
artrshould elpto thos ex oe te r -r
If th- foverln. "'s nloto noLssary.
''te 111naItilr tannou icoftt"hat. 'l'll
dott fo he v(;o,i un Augus 5 uet
5 l eapny"Te speakerwtiItoadtthd
istiidt ofdntiteo whteadter th had
taytin g a to doI ithybf wit dvac in)
thei'l rice fi'it'o5lttl o notn but enwa
Itank1ul at he wasilto~ tere when' of
hLartnytigbu themtt al trnghofthe.
nlfetue' en atort~t~e of oating ofr a
lor Smith graed snartre i, edtio (I
ts ovisriona's writtenb Solea
ment"ras anlts rst all i t895
Suntor seathataths only Jl 3',a
in for hm ."hsewod.nt
Ia nu.ll the har fotrom te wiate
[In, A.han God, Sn Augu'st. A5 wete
prhaffe wilb winured oute."
The toeaeont oen to saetae
dScsiouso bthel amendenthlotih
baoning anwereybll ewh lbi'atoro
vnidelthe f tarms aitiexesio fa
'Eifterens gras onabeotnr andhv
In~gue, gades stadre.-h
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MADl)DiN NEWS. *
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Madden, June 30.--T-he drouth was
broken through here by one or the
worst electrical storms that has visit
ed this community in years, on 'T'hurs
day night. It was at its height just
at 12 o'clock at night and I venture
there was more than one that wias
scared? Oh! no, but all had a "pecu
liar feeling." It reminded mile of a
storm that occurred in my childhood.
Grandpa Langston was with us that
night. He was sleeping i) stairs but
when the wind began to blow and
lightning flash he came below. My
father laughed at him the next morn
iim saying, "'Squire,. I thought you
were a pretty good soldier." "Well
William," he replied, "I never fight
tlan feels helpless when a Higher
Power speaks. While the sublime io
ment was with us, when the lightning
Ilashied an(] poped and the thunder
roared I thought of tihe words thui
dered to Mloses centuries ago "I aml
God 'Ind bieisides tin. here Is nothi 01
I was also reminded of what Dr.
tIutziiinger said ihin lie addressed
th \ W. M. 17. at Prospect "Ladlies that.
arte airaid of lightning should go to
lirazil - -they have ionie there.
TIer was the usual services at
Now I'rospec 1 Saturtday and Sunday
IRev. .1odi Ne Mlartin was aecoipantied
by his son, City, who is also prepar'
Ing for the ministry.
.\l's. Claire Finy h 1 Marti n with her
t wins, Iuhy and lluth. are here oin a
visit from reenville. to let parents
and other. relativtst.
Mt. Valker .\artin, who graduated
w iti holors from Wofford Fitting
school aid sinoe then has been pack
ing pleihos iti Georgia, st'Ioippd over
fIor a ni iht witi his g r lit tnother, .i\rs.
M. 'I'. .\llison ol his way home. l!o
jio ed his,; olliig very Innut.
.1.ss1t1 .\AlrIi. I 1t h Terry and so.n
. I i-m .tt int i no 't.inr, e car, ne
- I ir. niatly Mr. an-1 .\!r . . T ri c,
V le : V4 entho rs rocent l onAlur.
:i ir:si. .1. .\. W offord.
Northi P:-,olina w s-., th1w lno~or when
lo holr , enial whlole-s'oled ;ons,
vnaz thelr lot with!t u tti.
.\lsoers .. 11. 'owtr :and(] .1. 1. Dealn
I:w pur ll1ch ased t11n'i r (I:nI hteIIcrs. Ora
.-I'l ILouise 11Ianos froml the. Cable 'Co.
SieS. ianibry has started. a iitmsi
., I he hoieif all ir. Power.
The .\k; 4tlis iliuff. of L'iirens, wore
i wloek-nd 11 utestt ou iholi cousins.
M isrs Profltt.
\! 1Atoffr.1 lft MI ywt hii'onday
Mr.liiaFillr 1h . C. whli
i ('es to inolel(it S ;overnment posi
V 1t I. Nato has 'nry 10 ambllition
:l(! hr friotle 'In co nfu~i nt she will
.in. M'.-. av. P st lofpnnied by his
daughtonl, was y he theguest Son
anI setliss Sara Poper spent t',st
week woith her sister. Mrs. Thad oore
l rain mas nearly all he.n hreshed
thruhh and A.1.turngot wille
itn ati'eirs thot. Ule wilohn
th inlest ? uss of Mr.giePw r a in
thr~lesed. whA. and~' nd iut
\i's. hoo le thre.ad ilrno
',aurens set Fudawth her's sonA
vtto her brodstherouhh.. 'i
W'eahad Sth pirasued recnlsnyo
shaine hand wihb sour miedo byt
oll who eady-lovedhet' Suivan.m
nowtMrs. ohasyalosriendofgPaoutet. She
walsit ao n e aby ir er thseou sos
and hasbeem a visit to her mle.oher
ti vcns o neat ohetre..Sh
the st guests MSundayri Powr,'. Clyd
'ludggen sisterswe and M. a
.\r. atidb whrle therye. eyo t
Talahersudded dethei ofathr. r. J.
to Fiey frinds brthrghe Thet'nFn
leyrforathe wee sprnd. adsun
hetd wrier wil uner sadligais to
Mr. whom Mknend loved hPoin for aym
iuakht of exta fiendlus, ohout toath
Msandrank art Ir I othsu onf ii
Thlitlel Cuisssgahlee hand WI.rn
non artin areofo visit to r el
Datvensot Ofr eraontile h
TFruet ars, sEstras and Misb-n
ber, best Mros Pndrcy F~iesft
* IIABWN NEWSM.
'llabun. June 29-After the refresh
ing rains in this community, the farm
ers are very busy planting anto sow.
ing peas and putting fertilizer around
Mrs. Dora Babb spent last Monday
with her daughter, Mrs. Stewart Ma
-.lirs. John Wolff and daughter, Sal
lie, were visiting at M'. H. H. Mahlon's
Tuesday tvening and at Mrs. Nancy
Owens' and Mrs. Pleas Bolt's Wednes
Mrs. Nannie Saxton and little
daughter, Sarah, were here to see her
mother, Mrs. Sarah Dolt, last Wed
Mr. and iMrs. Tully Babb spent last
Thursday with tht latter's mother.
Mrs. W. Al. -Malion, after spending
several (lays with friends and rela
tives in the Mlount Pleasant section,
has returned to her home.
Mr. Claud Mlahon and wife visited
Mrs. Mahon's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
.1im Smith of Waterloo Sunday.
:lr. Beason and wife and Mr. Tully
Hlabb and wife were ylsitors of Mr.
and M\lrs. W. 1. Owens Sunday.
Mrs. E. V. Babb and little son, of
I*:6i(l, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Se' our spe.'inlI valies in Porch
lIE :. IS (1001) NEWS
Fuli ST1 I O.....A' i l ll V I't
Some very remarkable results are
hcmlig obtained by treating stomach,
liver and intestinlal troulbles with pure
vegetable oils, which exert a cleantsiig,
soothing and purifying actioni upon the
lower howels, remioving the obstrilc
tions of poisonous feral matter and
1Sis 1n Id preventing their absorptioln
by ihe blood. Tiis done, t ie tood is
Ilo(e d free Passage fronm/ the siom
:1ch.1 formlentationl veases -nd stoilchl
troulres 4pinickly dist .I . tr.
(wor.e if. .\lar1 , for -t -i ty years a
h: ading" Chicago drula,'IS(, eltred him11
,: Il nd1 iny of his trie(ds of stoill
:wch. liver ninid intesvtil: troubles of
.Icnir si a1nding! L~y t h!.s i re~itment, and
:' :acevful was the vrlIivdy he de
iiet that it Im sice Le' placed in
il h 1aints of druggists 111 over the
country. wlho hav' ccol d tholottiands of
11 ho11 nbsoluttlv lamnless, the ef
fvet of'the Inevdicinle Is suillicient, to
vonvince mny one of its remarkable er
t*el'ivieness, and witlin 21i hours the
sufferer feels like a new person.
Mlay''-s \ollderfiul -Stoniaetlt Ieilnedy is
llow sold here by L.allrells Ilitg Co.,
I alirells, S. C.
DIS(TSSED ('lNTY FAIRl.
Ofl, .rs of Fair Assocliton held Jin
orilal Meeting (ast Week.
All informal iteet~l g of the oflcers
of 11t coun1ty fair assoclatioi was held
in' the clerk of court's ofilce Thurs
d:'y for the 11111pose' of disetisluig tenl
talive 16lns for the annual event.
'T'lose presenut were Pres. W. 1). Byrd,
S -. C. A. Power and General Mana
ge'r .ohn 1). W. Watts. No plans were
11)1 h, n1or' aly Imiovelient sllggeSt.ed1 to
he! in work, but it was decided definite
l y to1 hiave the filr as uisual, t hiough to
make11 it even bleti er than those that
ha~ve Ilre'eded'( It. It 15 expected that a
ineeting of citizens will be calledl at an
ceaily date to discuss5 wvays and means
for operating thle fair thuis year'.,
WVatc thIisil1 paper for closing date of
big M\ill IEnd Sale otf Davis-Holper C'o.
lints Youir ('bldl Wtormals
.\lost children do. A c ated, furred
tonigue, str'onig breath, II ,omsach pai ns,
c:irc'les under01 eyes. pal sal low com
11lexion;1 n ervous, fretf 1', grindinIlg of
:etht, toss:ing in slep, l .euliar drei-ams
any one of these iiudih.te child has
worms. Get a box of 1$ ickapoo Worm
KIilIcr at once. It khi tile worms
tihe cause5 of y'our ikil's conditi1 on. Is
laxative and1( aids natture to CxIpel the
woims. SuppIllied In candy fo6 m1. IEasy
for chlidren to takhe. 25c, att your drug
IS DRIED RIGHT
UP WITH SULPHUR
Use like cold( c6reami to subduehiq Irrital
ilon andu clear the *fuln.
Consitfnt 0or intefmittent I rritationi
priodutcinlg Itching i~id red, angiry IEc
zema paitchies on th skinl is reaIl~y re
Iievedl with hold-s Ii phur creami. Tlhe
mlomnit It is appl)1ij-d the itching stops
and the healing b'.gins, says a noted
It affects such ~)~omplt relIef, even in
aggratvatedl ECze(ti that It Is a neCver
enin~tig source of amazement to lhysl
For many yearis bold-sulphlu~r cream
has occupIed a secure plositin in tile
treatment or cuitaneous eruptions by
rehson of its coolIng, parasite-destrop~
lng prloperties. It Is not onily plarasit
leidal but also antipruritic and anti
sep)tic and nothIng hase ever been
found to take Its pslace in overcomIng
irrItable and inflammatory affections
of the skin. While not always estab
lishing a permanent cure, yet in every
Instance it instantly stops the agon-.
Izing itching; subdues the irritation
and heals the inflamed raw skin right
up andl It is often years later before
any IFezema eruptIon again appears.
Thlobe troubled should get from any
lpharmacist anl Ounce of bold-sulphur
cream and apply it directly upon the
affected skin lIke you would any ordI
nary cold cream, It Isn't unpleoisant
and the prompt relief acorded Is very
welcome, particularly when the I~eze
ma 18 aconmnnnied with itching.
The Best Medcltne in the Word.
"My little girl had dysontery very
bad. I thought she would die. Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy cured her, and I cai truth
fully say that I think it js the best
medicine in the world," writes Mrs.
VWlliamn Orvis, Clare, -lich. Ior sale
by all denlers.
HAVE PJIETTIY HAIR
l'hiek, Soft, FluiYy aind no Dandruff
-Use Parisian Mage.
If your .iair Is losing its natural
color, coniing out and splitting, or
lacks that enviable softness, gloss and
beauty, do not despair-pretty hair is
largely a mantter of care. if it,is too
thin make It grow. If it. Is h~r'sli and
brittle soften It up-lubricfte it. If
you have dandruff It is p6cause the
scalp Is too dry and flak ? off. Fresh
el up the scalp wth P risian S'age
ill dandruff disa Pie s, falling hair
and Itching head !c so, your hair is
Parisian Sage, q d by Laurens Drug
Co. and at all d ig counters, is just
what you need-a large bottle costs
but 50 cents. It surely makes the hair
lustrous and seem twice as abundant.
You cannot be disappointed in Pari
I hereby offer myself as a bandidate
for the ollice of county commissioner
of Laurens county, subject to the rifles
of the democratic party. J. B. IIITT.
I hereby announce myself a cnndi
(late for the otlice of County Commils
sloner for Lau1rens County, subject to
the rules of the Democratic primary.
I). A. MADDEN.
House of iepreeliltative.
I hereby announce myself a cand i
(late for the Ilouse of itepresentatives
from Lnaurens county, subject to the
rules of tle Dlenmoeratic prifary.
S. H1. GOGGANS,
I hereby announce myself a candi
late for tihe Ilouse of ftl;presenitatives
from lauireis county, subject to the
riiles of the Democratie primary.
AUG. G. HlART.
I iereby ainnoulice myself a candl
date for ic-election to tile lIlouse of
Itepresentallives siuhject to thi e i-u les of
the I )ciloera tic Pr'ciminary.
I hreby announce myself a candi
date for the house of representatives
from Laturens county and promise to
ahide by tle resulIts of the DemocratIe
primary. V. 11. 1111111, Sit.
I lirehy anlounce my candidacy for
tle olinse of Itepresen tallives, sib
jeCt. to the iru les of the DeiiocrItic
D). L. D00%M,11.
I herby anno1nce myself a randi
date for the oillce of Suipervisor of
Iairenls comty, sllject to the mules
of the Democratic primary.
AUSTIN A iciEiCHOM Ill l'.
I hereby an nounce imyself a andi
date for r-e-olection to tile oflice of
Suipeniso of 1. Laurens coun1y, subject
to lie rulies of the Deiocratie prI
mnary. If. B. IIC.\l IRitT.
I herbmy a111nou1ne iyself a candi
datl for Li ofi(e of spliervisor ~of
Laurens cointy and proimise to abide
by -t 10 os of the denmocratic party.
11. it. TOD D.
Superintiendent, of Education.
I hereby announce myself a candl
idate foir County SuperIntendent of 10d
nieatlion and( proise to abIde the rules
of the Demiociratic priuary.
JAMICS H. SULLIVAN.
I herecby aninounce my candlidacy foi
irc-election to the ofilce of County Au
ditor of Laurecns county, subject to
the rules of the alproachiing Demio
J. WADDlY THIOMPSON.
We are a uthiorlzedl to announce 0.
0. ThIonmpson as a candidate for re
election to the othiec of Pirobate .Judge,
subject to the rules of the dlemocr-atlc
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for magistrate for Laurens town
ship,,.subject to the rules of the demi
, R. P. TRAYNHIAM.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for magistrate for Laureins town
81111, subject to the rules of the demo
- J. N. WRIGHT.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the oillce of magistrate for
Laiurens towvnship, subject to the rules
of the Democr-atie p~rmary.
T. M. WVorkman.
The "Fountain Of 3~
ON THE SQUARE
NOTICE OF SALE
Order Chattel Mortgage
State of South Cirolina,
County of Laurens.
-By virtue of the authority contain
ed in a chattel mortgage, executed by
the "Cold Point ,Granite Company to the
National Bank of -Newb'rry, of New
berry, S. C., the South Carolina Loan
& Trust Company, of Charleston, S.
C., the Peoples National -Balnk, of
Prosperity, S. C., and the Exchange
Bank, of Newberry, S. C., on the 15th
day of Sept., 1909, and recorded on the
25th day of Sept., 1909 in Vol. 20. page
515 of Chattel Mortgages in the office
of C. C. 'C. P. for Laurens County, in
said State, I will sell at public out
cry on the 22nd day of -July, A. D.,
1914, at 11 o'clock A. M. a the Rock
Quarry formerly operated by The Cold
Po:int Granlte Company. near lId
Point, in saId County and State, the
following goods and chattels de
scribed in the mortgage, to wit:
One (1) 50 H. P. Liddell 1Engine.
One (1) 50 H. P. boiler.
One (1) 60 11. P. Thompkins boiler.
One (1) hoisting engine.
One (1) Sullivan air compressor and
One (1) Ingersol steel drill.
Four (4) hoisting crabs.
One (1) Austin rock rusher No. ,
with screen and belt.
One (1) drum.
EIght (8) guy wires.
Two (2) dIimp Cars.
One (I lot-of light duimp car rail.
Thre 3) hundred feet of 4 inch
Terims of sale: Cash.
JOlIN D). OWINGR
-3 e t Agent for NMortgagee.
NOTI(E OF ELECTION.
An electlorj for tirustees of Ora
school district No. 12 will be held at
Ora' S.f on the 1st Tuesday in July,
being~Ah 7th day of the month at the
stalfe of L. P. Illakeley.
.JAMhl1S 11. SiLLIVAN,
48-2t By order of County Board.
Pigs for Sale- A line lot of young
pigs about 1 weeks old for sAe. Price
$2..1) aph e. Apply to Alln 1). larks
dale. 19-1 L-pd
Foun i In coiri t room, one pair of
ladies' I11 ile Idd gloves. Owner can
seereIi am by calling a the ('lerk of
Court's ollice and paying for this ad
vertisenent. -19. It
Mare Foir Sale -Stiidard bred mare,
live Years old, weight J,(00 pounds,
registration papers dldl vered withm
mar1te..A pply to P". W. Martin, at Mar
tin's Stable. 16-5t
Not lee-4 ishIng, hun Liting or t res
passing of any kind forbidden oin the
l ands of the fol lowin g: W. El. Martin,
C. P. lloleum, A. .1. Martin, Mrs. Jane
Culirry, L. 1. Iliggins, Mrs. F. B. Mar
tin, ). 1). Martin, L. ill1, Mat Ilender
son, Allen obo, or abide by conso
quences. 46-5t-. d
It is difficuilt to imagine
more atlpproprimite gifts
gifts that will be better api
preciatedl by the bride and~
bridegroom than our rIch,
5!v"10RWAR1N AND) CULT
Your fondest dreams in
SI LVI'R and1( CUT'l GLASS
-will be realized in our com
plete stocks--we wish YOU
to call and have uis show you
-thme so stocks for they are the
best )ve have ever shown.
j9 you dlon't know whaut
t6 give--you'll find "it" here.
3rmeler & (Dptit
UtltrL'te, -- *. Q. ]
is the Soda Fountain in our drug storo
All the youth of both -sexes patronize
it, but that does not keep the old
folics from enjoying it, too. Our Soda
is pure and refreshing, and flavored
with all the popular syrups. You will
find it exhilarating, satisfying, cool
ing. Try it once-then you will rec
ommend it yourself. Only five centa,
.LAUREN, S. C.