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Dials, .July 1 e.-- tltdames .\Iary
Am iall and latura Unbb of Laurens
Were visitor s of their sister Ai's. .S.
.iBrooks last week.
Mlissses Alpha, Vera and Lola Mar
till spent hist Week end ill tle WrI.ri
itr Creek community, where they were i
the guests of their grandmother Mirs.
Alessrs. lilaskell Gray and John Sul
livan have returned from a short visit
in thle "mountain city."
Airs. Isabelle lrooks sient seveial
-days in Gray Court last week withi her
daughter Mrs. WIl. Gray.
Miss iiiia )ial and Mirs. J. S. liial
of Owings, were the guests of Mirs. .1.
.11. Brownlee and family Friday.
M-liss Kate Curry wits the guest of
Aliss Nita lunter lhriday night .
Mir. Ma .oore of Liaiurens was in
4)ur midst Sunday.
Miss Lilly Willis of Gray Court and
and .Miss less Moore of lEnoree, Were
the guests of Miss .lewell Curry Mol
Mr. and Mrs. Al thur larris and
e ljjildren we.re visitors of .\lr. D. D).
.larri and famil y Sunday.
Miss Rtith Curry is visinting rea
tives inl re n ill
lr. Sarn Nasi and sisters. Alisses,
Nell and Essie of Fouintailin l1n and
Aliss .lewell Curry were the guests of
.Or. Floyd Curry and family Sunday.
Mr. Iutler arrett and fainily of
Foullit tain nn. attended (lervices here
e'c are Sorry to relor that .les
dames Willie Rlopp and W. S. Iarris.
411nd Mr. Ladie Curry aiC oin the sick
list. llowever, we hope they will soon,
he up and about.
-Mr and Mrs. John Godfrey took tea
with Mrs. Alec .\leCall and family,
The trustees and patrons of the
school here, met at the school build
ing Friday afernon for the mrpose of
voting a 4 mill tax. Tihe votes stood
all in favor of paying the tax, and
none were against It.
Miss Mary Armstrong is visiting
ie-latives in Laurens.
Misss Sallic Brownlee had as her
.guest Saturday, Misses Alpha and
The sermon Sunday morning wvas
,quite in keeping with the usual splen
,did ones the pastor . the Rev. T. W
Munnerlyn "turn out" on appointment
Granted MI. EIditor that You struck
the key note as the whole truth inl
your pithy little article regarding
knowing oles business, (o' not klow
.ing it as tle ease iiight hel but one
is not proni to take the hint. Stil
don't think there's so uch worry
ing (dne. a any rate you won', catch
this kid w-is..biany :migh's m W te
.out. (1om1 of thle senlatorial
race, Cor. it is a1 foregonle con
clusion that 'oA Ic. ltlease will weai'
'the tago. I exect th1ou1gh1 if Saith,
1'.1ollock, or .1 ennIllnags we r'e my
fa voritIe I'd occupt y thle allx iouls seatI
rec'ent visi toirs o' .\ir. I'. Al. II ellamils
Mr'. and .\ll's. hIl'ed Switzer1 of' LIan
TOels, spen'lt last1 week (end wIithi lhe
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Ow intgs, Ju21ly I18.--.\larioni Ibryson
hlome last Tu'lesday.
a ('oupjle of weeks returned(( to her
hometi last. S aurday.
Oni last Thursda211y night, a lawn par
ty was giv(en in this town1 (in thei ('ro
cuit proprly,~il. aind a large' ('rowd ofi
younig peop122'~le attended(. 'I'he Ilawn.1 2 was
the gr'otuds werei'2 ~iaraged to2 suit the2
inlg been arrianiged, pleasur211e, aind en
ill. K 10. . lor hav2.ing~ '(old his farin2.
which is situaitedl near1 this townl, t
Mr. S ('. I liii will jprob~ab~ liove' toi
U lay (ourit.
Miss 14'/zzie O2wng of ('olumbiia M'I
:b(Ien visit ing .lrs .II-J 'en Si (ddad.1'
M~.iss Ow~ings is inowX at Harris 'arin e
1but shle will probabl~y rturnliIi before'
goling ba('ck( (o tolmbhia to resume112 her
Mr'. .\l. I.. Derricik ( o olu ihia, h.;
who~l 12as b1n wor'(2kin g ini~11 ~ S rinhu.2
Mrs. A. Ml.-Owin~gs went. to thle City
I Iospitlal in Columb1i21a wh'lerie she 11n1derI
'went an operation1 last. Satur day. We
-are glad to state to 1her friends that thl'
operalon was a suIccesss, and we hiope
.to see .her back home inl tilt near0
Oii Monday morning about five
o'clock the death Angel hovered over
the hotne of 1. W. Cuirry, and carried
hiln to his eternal resting place. The
enterient will take place in )ials
cenmetary 'TuesIay at eleven o'clock.
Mir. Curry was a devoted brother,
and a worthy cltizen. lie was about
thirty-live years of age, a id a son of
.\l'r. and Mirs. Alartin Curry. lie is
survived by live sisters. In behalf of
the people of this town, we wish to ex
press our heart felt sympathy to" the
entire faniliy, and near relatives.
8 STATE PRESS COMMENT. 8
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Sainptel 1ekuowan is probably the
Youigest inan ever appolited paynias
ter gelneral of the navy, teing only
41 years of age. Ills promotion to the
high position, which he will og lpy
as soon as the Senaty' confirms his
nolination, is on the groiund of re
peatedly demonstrated brilliney In
the performnance of his ollicial duties.
lie has wc-n his way to the top by
proof of initiative executive ability
ind untiring devotion to duty on evi
issigniienit. The Conclusive demon
,tratioin caiine when he was recently
"n trusted with the diflicult duty of in
vestigatiig the question of navy yard
(dilinistration anld reporting to the
secretary inl personi. Mr. Daniels was
meatly pleased% with the ability showi
by P'ay Iluspector .cGowai in this
work, whichl had h1in for sonie time
pIractically 1up1on the Secretary's iwr
A! Illustrateon of the rvgard which
is fell by other naval experts for ih-e
r1iua lities of the niew payiaster general
is foulind i I tle fact that shortly after
tihe arrival of the Ainericani ileet at
Vera Cruz Rear Admiral Badger, in
conmiand, sent a radiogram to the
navy department to this effect: "Send
a fleet paymaster, NlcGowai prefer
red." Nlclowati was not sent, because
lIe could not be spared by the secre
Within a iperiod of six years Pay
Inspector McGowan has twice been
fleet paymaster of the Atlantalc fleet,
the most importait in the navy. Ills
sZa sr'ie familiarizes him with the
sea-going ieeds of the navy, and the
fact thia.t lie previousliy served as as
sistant to the chief of the bureau of
supplies and accounts hlis made llim
no less familiar with the departmental
(let ails of the work. He will come
into his iew office four-square ats to
eqilpmient tin traininig and experience!(.
-News and Courier.
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
To get the genuine, call for full name, LAXA.
TIV E BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of
H. W. GROVE. Cures a Ce"t in Ou Day. Stops
cough and headache, au vorks off oold. 25c.
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In thi' deadthI of .\lrs. A. Cooper
on lonily nom-ning, .huie 22, 191-1, the
Kings l)au ght ems lost nt onl one011 of
its l oveid, bu t onte of' its miolst earnest
an 111(tli('ien11te einiberis. Th'leriefor'e he it
1.That we how~ in liihimle suibnis
sioni to the will of' oum' I eaveiily 1a
theri, ''who doethi all things we'l."'
2. Th'lat we shall always retaiin the
ill easanut miemory'~ of lier che erful , no
ble and faithful (Christian lit'e. ail
(1( mlost earneuistly' riay thit its influ1
1nce miay' livye long ini ouri society3, andi(
l'outinun il' ity. ie5ilpil3 Iite
: hiat we lexn t-'ol ithon e re
sorow,( iiteiii and tcmmen hok, ao the
5(ent to the ttrilyi3, and oine hie given
to the .\'lver'tiser :ndill etai fort pubil
.\ulis. . C. Tloddl,
.\-s. IT. i.. .\otiroc,
SOil 1.IV I-:II 101-:S NOT N)-:
I IOT Sit|h~NG;S IiVKRi !WTT'l'ONS
areii all yout nee to'I ( starit yourI liver' to
workiing andi end ('(nst ipat ion and all
its followiing triouibles ini a jilfy. D~on't
ima~ke the imistake of' uising caloiinei,
dan igerouiis an th1 iiat. rack' your1 5sstem.
TO(jNS att -(one tod(ay- iiow --awid
t'till 1 '10 I' yo I ilie, (clanSe youri hiowi
els oft foul waste, drtive the gases t*: ln
y'ouri stiiilme-h. At druggists .:'Ver
I hot. Spriings i.iver liuttons. I lot
Spiniigs liluod iIir-medy are w'dd ini lain
tilns by h lillrens I tug ('o.
I udlt. *I Ask your Iaugrla for
I hi-che'A.ler's inarnand~i iirnndi~~%
* tPila in ne-d anei (bid neil
ones ele<i ithi Ilue lUll'n.
. Take ,no oith'e nur I.taf' TIur
1fA o klt~ Ii l,for lii
years ki nowni as) est, Sfti Aihva ys Iletlale
SOLD BIY DRUGGCISTS EVERYWIEfRE
For saue y
LAURENS DRUG Co.
* LAURIENS COTTON MILL. *
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Watts MillI, July 13.-TIhe nfany
friends of \.\1. Stephen Putinan will
regret to learn of his death which sud
denly occurred on last Thursday night
at his home at Greer. Ills remains
were carried to laanford on Saturday,
July 12, for interment. Mil. Putnan
was about 55 years of age. lie leaves
a wife and eleven children. as follows:
W. 1'. Putnam, Mrs. 1). 1'. Waldrop and
Mn.r. Ilorace Ivy of Watts 'Mill; Mrs.
Nora Gwinn who lives near Fountain
innM; Mrs. C. C. l3rownlee, near Walls
Mill; .\rts. .1. M. Cannon; Irs. 11. G.
llolies; Algie, Dogan, Clate and Clyde
Putnah of Greer. .\Ir. Putnam also
leaves two brothers and two sisters as
follows: .1. A. Putnam and irs,. Mile
Cosby, who lives near Warrior Creek,
and Mr. San Putnam of 1,aurens Njull
and irs. J. 1). Mlock of Laurens
Mmr. 1. Bi. MIarlor, who has been sick
for several days. is able to be at work
Mrs. W. .\. Iiddle is now on the sick
.\Mrs. Kate Crow, who has been sick
is now convalescing.
The people of this place have receint
ly collected a itnice stun of money and
also placed an order for a nice chi
bell which will be here ait an early
The Watts 11111 Company has kindly
consented to furnish a buIlbing which
is now being lighted with elect Ie
lights for the henmefi t of a night. school
and library, which will be under the
inn nageient of Rlev. Iledgelleth.
The family of .\lr. .1. C Thomas. of I
this place, together, with Mr. hurt
W'ea thers and family. of Woodruff. are
all now en.joying the hot siimmer days
at Yarborough's 1111 where they are
all camped for quite awhile.
Rev. W. ). liammett, of Greenville,
recently visited relatives at this Iplace.
Mirs. 1). C. Jones has returned home
after it pleasant visit at the home of
her brother near Gray Court.
Ir. and .lrs. N1. E. Burns returned
home a few days ago after a visit
among relatives in Greenville.
Mrs. L. H. Ivy and children returned
home Friday afternoon after spending
a few days with relatives in Mnoree.
Mrs. J. G. Reynolds and little son,
.Jack, of Columbia, are now visiting at
the home of Mirs. Alice Frady.
Mr Will Golf, of Whitmire, visited
at Watts Mill Saturday and Sunday.
'Mr. G. 'E. Mloore was at Watts Mfill
oin business Saturday.
Irs. Babb and daughter, NIiss .lMary.
have retiiuned hoime after (little ani ex
teildd visit aitong relatives il Geo
.\li's Octavia. M. Quown. of Clinton,
is visitelng her father, Mr. E. Y. Nle
Get in the g
and you wil
S Price -Cutters
Quown, at this place.
Misses May Garrett and Blythe %Mc
Quown had a very pleasant visit to
Isnoree on Sunday.
A crowd of our young people went
on a pleasure tilp to Yarborough's
Mill on Thursday.
.lr. and Mrs. Rev. G. C. Hedgepeth
visited relatives near Princeton last
.Mr. 1". 3. Jessee visitedl at E'noree
.lr. Will Sherbert and family visit
ed relatives at Einoree Saturday and
A number of young people of this
place enjoyedi a lawn party given at
the home of R. It. Woodside on last
Mr.- J. C. Clark visited relatives
in EInoree Saturday.
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LANFORD NEWS, *
Lanfords, July I -N.--Alrs. W. I.
Tiomas anid clildren are visiting at
Mr. 1.. I. Moore's.
Mrs. W. P. Castleberry and little
Miss Rosa Laee Castlebery and Mrs.
Nannie Owings spent last week with
.\lr. and Mis. W. A. Thomas.
\lisses Lydle Wofford and Rulie
E~dwards, spent the week end with
.\iss Othella .Johnson.
.\essrs Iangdoln and lIarner.Fergu
son spent several days with Mrs. .1,
S. iliggings recently.
.\liss Robin Patterson has been quite
ill for tie' past week. ler many
friends are glad 1o know that she is
able to be on tle streets again.
.lMr. and .lrs. T. It. Woll' spen'mt Sun
day in Iauar ens.
Death has again visited our comnnu
nity and claimed for its victin MIrs.
Mlattle Lanford. She died Monday
morning at 10:15 and was buried
Tuesday at Lanford. Services were
Conucileted by her pastor Rev. W. P.
Mr. Steve Putnam was bied here
at the M. F,. Church last Saturday.
Mr. 0. L. Lanford and Master Leu
were lin Clinton 'Monday on business.
Mr Roland Willis and Mr. Laurens
spent Monday in Spartanburg.
Crops are sorry, rain is needed badly.
You're Bilious and Costive!
Sick headache, bad breath, sour
stomach, furred tongue and indiges
tion, mean liver and bowels clogged.
Clean up tonight. Get a 25c bottle
of Dr. King's New Life Pills today and
empty the stomilach and bowels of fer
ienting, gassy foods and waste. A full
howel miovement gives a satisfied,
thankful feeling-makes you feel fine.
Effective, yet mild, Don't gripe. 25e at
Ituchlen's Arnica Salve for Burns.
A\T 210 WEST
Out all Summe
ame while the
Buy your go
I wear the smile
210 West LU
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grounds on a bale of linters not worta
2' cents a pound, and yet on this they
were riding a 15 cent cotton senator.
In defense of his pardon record the
speaker said that it would take him
three dlays to writo ipardons for the
men of Newberry who wore guilty of
violating the laws of God and man.
Many of the pardons, he said, were
granted to those in the hosiery
mill, a "tuberculosis incubator," and
which was making money for Yan
kees, who had endeavored to keel) the
heel of the negro on the neck of the
white man. Many Of the sentences
had only been commnuted, he said, and
the convicts transferred to counties
from which they had been convicted
and placed on the public roads, where
they were not raising cotton in comn
petition with the farmers.
Stock, he said, in the cotton mill
mergers had dropped until it was now
worth only $7 a share and lower.
These conditions, he said. he hrad
warned the people against.
There were now two mill lockoits,
the speaker went on. In others, h
added, notices had been posted that
the mills would have to shut down for
a while. This, he said, was only to
execute the plans of the new primary
rules, and thus disfranchise those
who would have to move to other plac
es to work.
The governor said that lie had]
saved the people of the state $98,000
this year in vetoes in the appropria
The party left Newberry this after
noOn for Greenwood, where the meet
ing will be held tomorrow.-The S-tatte
'%y be constipated when you can
buy LI V-VElU-LAX from Rays Pharm
ANXIOUS TO BE SHOD
here again is the horse Which has
been here before.- lie knows our shoe
ing means comfort and confidence in
his feet. No crampilng, no cutting to
the quick. If you thin kanything of
your horse bring him here to be shod
properly for once. It costs no iore.
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS, S. C.
r Goods. "Hu
good things a
to Red Iron Ra
>ds here and
that wont comi
Cows give less milk,
1%trsu o es work whest
tortured by flies. Kccp
your stock free Itol1 thcsc
di mae breeding pests by spray.
ing then wit h
Conkey's Fly Knocker
Givcs animals immediate relief and saves
you nion y and troubl. )ocs no( taint
m~ilk. Inoffensive to animials.
Try It 15 Days
If It Fails
to plelic ynu6 Get a
LAURENS 'DRUG STORE,
Laurens, S. U.
From South America.
We have just received a
shipment of good sound yel
low Corn from Argentenia,
When-youneed Food or
Feed Stuff, "The Big Store"'
is the place toLbuy it.
J. H. Sullivan
Laurens, S. C.
When you feel ased-;
ious, tired, wortied or des ondent it is a.
ure sign yOu need MOTT'..4 NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and
make life worth living. De sure and ask for
Mott's Nerverine Pills ;yg'it
W11 LIAMS Mrc. co.. Props., Cl..an.. 0..
LAUREAS 'DEU CO.
Laurena. S. C.
re going at
cket and see