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Men's Suits i
:350 Men's Suits to elase.
Palmu Beach, serges, wvorst
. lot special bargains in
1111's Slippeis and C
$4.00 now .... .... .,
* MADDEN NEWS. *
Madden,,.July -It is a hard matter
to satisfy folks. We grumble whon it
is dry-we grumble when it rains too
much. Last Thursday we had our
second big rain. The little boy stood
on the piazza as the water came down
the road looking like a creek as it
overflowed the fields. "Oh! Lordy," he
said, "that ditch ain't carrying that
water like it ought!" I was remind
ed of' the old negro deacon's prayer.
They had had a long dry 81)ell an9i the
deacon concluded to wr'estie in pray
ei'rfor rain "Now Lord," he said( in
conclusion, "WVe nieed de r'ain and we
need it mfightily, but don't go and
overdo the thing now and send us such
a rin dlat'll ruin our water miiinns
andi upi root our corn. Don't Lord send
us a regular trash mover and gully
wvasher but let a nice drizzle drazzle
come that'll make do taters grow
one dat'll do lots of good and no harm
at all." Weo however, had "do gully
waoiher andI trash mover-"
Most of our folks took the Fourth
quietly. The neighborhood young peo
ploelhaier'oned by some of the older
ones spent a pleasant (but very wet)
day on Rabuni creek near the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fowler. 'They
are all loud in the praises or tho hos
pitality of Mr. andl Mrs. Fowior,
whose doors. were thrown open1 for
their comfort when a har'd rain drove
them fromu the creek. A lhugo fire
was kindled for the campers and af
ter th~e shower their picnle dinner
was eaten in their yard on a tab~le
furnished by Mr's. Fowler which was
appreciated as much as tihe hot baked
Irish potatoes that she added to tihe
bill of fare.
Uncle John Finley has as his guests
today his lwo nephews. .both young
preacher's and both missionaries to
Brazil-gr'. A. 11. and Rev. La1rrie
Dr. A. Ii. Langsto'n preached for
the congregation at the Fi'st -Bap
tist church at Laurons Sufiday 'nmrn
ig and leetured that night on JBrazhl.
We have hoard both very favoraliy
commentedl on. "Blud" Langston was
a good boy. He has developed into a
useful man and a fino preacher. We
are all hoping that' his rest in the
homelandi may result in. his restoi'ation
Dr. Christopher was called to see
M[re. Dennis C1nthertann ne night last
e date and get in ea
date of closing. L<
put off getting yoi
it Mill End Prices
.. .... .... ....$7.49 to $21.99
odds and ends Men's and Wo
xfords, former price $2.50 to
... .... .... .... .....99 to $1.49
[EMBER The B
week. Mrs. Culbertson is thought to
bo getting oi nicely, her friends will
be glad to hear.
Mrs. Claire Martin, who is visiting
relatives here also had a sick spell
but is better now. She will go up to
see her sister, Mrs. Frank Martin of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wofford spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. A. .\.
Cooper of Gireer.
Misses Riobbic and Fannie Hludgens
of -Liaurens, came out to spend the
Fourth wvith the picnic party on Ra
Mr. Jared J1. \Vofford of WVoodruff,
was the guest recently of his cousin.
John Wmn. Wofford.
Little Hliramn Thomas Langston was
quite sick Friday night but he is him
Mlr. Claude Finley sp~ent his Fourth
with other friends at Ware Shoals.
Mr. and Mrs. John Davenport of
Mountville spent Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Cliq Cunningham.
Whuile wve write (Monday afternoon)
a hard rain is failing. We only hope
that some of it is falling at Laurens
and that Mr. John N. Wright will get
to see some 01(1 fashioned mud one
A letter received today from Tiexas
states that Mir. GIriff Finley is in the
hiospital again. 1l1s relatives here are
very apiprehensive of lisa condition.
Perhaps it would interest some
folks to know that those who come to
town from our way had best turn off
at Todd avenue instad of comning
down WVest Main street for the street
force is at workc there andl the gendial
boss told ma it would be for at least
FALLING~ IIAIu AND
Needless-Use Parisian. Sage.
Now that Parisian Sage can be had
at any drug counter it is certanly
needless to have thin, brittle matted
stringly or faded hair. No matter how
unsightly the hair, how badly it is
falling, or hoWv much dandruff, Pa
risian Sage is all that is needed. Fre
quent applieations and well rubbed in
to the scalp wiil do wonders-it acts
like magic. The hair. roots are nonur
ished and stimulated -'to growv new
hair, itching scalp, dandruff and fall
ing hair cease-your head feels fine.
Deost of all, the hair becomes soft, fluf
fy, abundant andl radiant with life
You will be surprised and delight
ed with Parisian Sage. Try at least one
fifty cent bottle :from the Laurens
Drug Co. They will refund the pur
chase price if you are net satqJsfled.
ely and get your wa
>ts of Extra Values f
urs even a day, as ti
[CK! COME. NOM
l lot extra good quality 'Shirt
special at per yard .... ..
1 lot yard-wide White Pigne, s
1. lot StAndard Utility Dress
many yards as you want
1 lot 25c Ratines, special ....
at Mill End
* WATERLOO NEWS. *
Waterloo, June 27.-A large recep
tion was given Friday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Quince W. Sims
in the country, in honor of Mrs. Sims'
brother L. W. McIlwain and his bride.
Mrs. Sims was assisted in receiving by
Misses Elliott Mclw ain, Grace and
Suc Sims, Mrs. J. C. Sims, Mrs. Helen
Jones and Misses Lois and Sue Sims
presidled in the dining room. Ice
cream and cake were served. Cut flow
ers brightened all the rooms,. the li
brary and living room being unusual
ly pretty anid summery in its decora
tions of wvhite oleanders and ribbon
grass. in addition to these thrown
open f'or the even ing the piazzas and
lawn were brought into use, being
prettily lighted for the occasion. Cards
wvas one of -the most enjoyable fea
tures of the evening. Forty five guests
were present to meet the bride and
Mr. and Mrs. A. WV. Sims, JTr., have
returneod to their home in Combin
after a brief visit to Mr. Simsn' parents
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sims.
Mr's. 1 iea lnones and children,
Sarah anid ilowar'd, of Ware Shmoals,
are on an extenided visit to her par
ents, Mr'. and NIMs. Jno. C. Sims.
Miss Mar'ie Smith of Columbia ar'
rived Sunday fon; a two wetks' stay
with her grand parents, Mr., and Mrs.
A. W. Sims.
Mrs. WV. J1. Henderson, Jrin., and chil
diren of Greenwood visited Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Henderson, S'r., last wecek.
** POPLAR SPRIING DOTS. *
'Poplar Springs July .6--Well, the
Fourth has come and gone. There was
a crowd sp~ent the dlay ,fishing dlown~
the river from the Reedy River Pow
er' Co., and had fine luck having caught
about 100 p~ouh1dl. Along about two
o'clock they .Aet some to cleaning and
cookijig while a part fished on and
when the cooks said dinner was ready
all drew near and the fish began to
disappear'. I think the dinner was en
joyed b~y all who took part and after
all .had eaten their fill there was some
50 or 60 pounds to carry home which
was divided between the fishers.
Mr. and Mrs. Theron Garrett .aftd
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pierce of 'Waterloo
spent. the day at ,Rnordn mill ldabing.
nts, as positively no
or you to make your
ie prices we make ai
!!' COME ALL TI
ing and Dress Chambrays
.. .... .... .... ...... .06
pecial .... .... .... .... .10
3ingihans, value 10c, as
.. .... .... .... .... .07 1-2
.... .... .... .... .... .15
g Sale Closes E
Prices After S
having come up in Mr. Garrett's car.
Rev. L. K. Simpson and wife spent
last week visiting relatives in this sec
tion and returned to Tigersville today
Mrs. Mollie Wood spent the Fourth
with Mrs. Albert South.
Mr. J J. Simmons and family visit
ed at Mr. T. T. Wood's Sunday.
Mfs. Josephine South, who we re
ported In our last letter as being very
sick, wve are glad to say, is able to he
Mr. Dee Cook of the Brewerton see
tion, hans a very sick child.
D~elay Ilas Bieen inngerous In bau
D~o the right thinug at the right time.
Act qluickly in time of dlanger.
In time of kidney danger iDoan's
Kidney Pills are most effective.
Plenty of evidence of their worth.
WV. J. Dendy. editor of Gazette,
Musgrove St., Clinton, S. .C., says: "I
had symptoms or kidney complaint
and 'I dlecided: to try . Dean's Kidney
Pills, as I had'loften .heardl them high
ly recommended. .I had a dull pain
through my kidr e'ys and the kidney
secretions passsd irregularly. In a
short time after I used Dean's Kidney
Pills, I was free from the trouble. I
do not hesitate to recommend this
No Trouble Since.
L ater Mr. Decndy said: "I gladly con
firm the statement I gave in praise of
Doan's Kidney Pills sonme time ago, I
have had no trouble fronm my kidneys
or back since."
'Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simu
ply ask for a kidney remedy-get
D~oan's Kidney Pills-th same that
Mr. Dendy had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
* -EDEN DOTS. *
E'den, .July 6.-Miss Lucia Beason of
Woodt'uff returned home Friday after
spending an enjoyable week with Dr.
andi Mrs. J. W. Beason.
Mr's. Laura Blabb of Laurens visit
edl Mr's, Isabella Brooks a whIle last
Misses Cora and( Nannie Kate Arm
strong of Laurens are visiting rela
tives in Eden this week,
Misses Lois Nash of the Merna sec
tion was the guest of Miss IDorothy
Rev. J'. V. Babb and wife of Easley
returned home Monday after spend
ing several days with Mr. and Mrs. C.
LI V.VElt-LA the liver regulator.
Ask Rays Phar Cy
Goods will be sold at MILL END
selections and you can't afford
,e moving the Goods.
Special Prices on all Ladies' Suits
Special prices on all ladies' Suites and Dresses. Marked
down less than eost to clean ip.
Take advantage ol this oppotunity to aiv e on your sum
mer purehases. Your dollar will do exlt duty at the
big Mill End Sale.
Special values Fancy Bordered Curtain Goods.
laturday, July 18th.
* ~ C. LUTL i
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CHANGE IT. WHlATU O YOU WA NT IN THlE JEWIELR Y LiNE
RiGH T NOW '? iiEi .A VE IT.
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