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One purpos:.e of a poiitical organliza
tion is to 'wing the vols of thos
who cain1ot. think miad at t. for theitl
selveis. Do you beloig to Litit (class?
0 0 0
11. A. Cooper hIaIs alitagolized nIo
set, clique, coterie or -faction except
tile law-breakers and nto on(e expects
that elemient to pit a good iini in
the governor's chair.
I11 the -goverlor li's lgilated this
iWe:-.;() (iet ion flom3 at desire to pre
ve. soci al and po l ic l .lity in
th:is state, it, appelrsi ( it s that It(.
wvould veliher. slay hr to finlish thle
job (w ('1dolssom 10 0n' of his own
thi i ng. to fillish it lor hiii.
Scent ior S iIIl' (.:ll or a clflrj-'
ellve ont the cotionl cItiestionl b, certainl
to IO charged agai1' himl as pohi tical
mov0 . If. 1h011 . w114, for nobolly kinows
ex <p thi: senlator himslf. Po:litis
or o, w1' 1d1i0. tOhe h)mrs t lis
ien ito "e ".3101 3 whther th v ari gor3
to vote. for himl or tiotI. The! cot)tonl
sitaltio n i te Il s oullh is io s today.
ford. .)0rious'111111 tii a t of an i-r
inl r fithe 1:1nited W 0 3
inlfw i io ll M at ( 1:1:; t orgIt Iiia
Can ll fo i r nz)to x el
13'o o3f ry ll(x will i1 11t 111 (lction.
lt I.; h11113l prob:3th'', how 'ever, tht
t hiv IrgnI Iai n 13 t 131; m i ll formation
Un only. 11 is ;il l prill rily %
we ima:Iginl , to vld y t1i1 \l' as , i oh
and deliver 11 to w:il mllsoer th11 A
" Ii )i i hi diftai te. W ill 111 w or
gallization hv abl33 11) d1liver)0 the vt.of?.,
Two things 111m:t1 e 13co111 111a !d
111o t 1Ir11 .. lit Wl a' ge-lti in
-rigt 'an Iwar:e 1 i3( 31133 t ill kiui of11
fooe, bot for011 man' nd I s will be141Il~lt
high: tle W(11her ''i '' hat 73otton t w ill b
Clw.13 lFarmers'l11 3anot acit 130 gouik
ly to mak1e pois 31in for1sti3'hy Con--~t
diieo.l' If there 1 s1 1 ny k1111ind of $fo.7d
rcrp whieb1 can h(sI510( pa ted n (with
ay(Ty oaIti reasonable thno fpodcn
a harv1esthit 'whhihe coanmdmith-o
ot dey Po'reinratgoes ashothlyi
htiend a t hom tae paido byo thf
ctenmak of ong~ Car oas sa
"rut ainde tomiruh arould nevhr
'wman to;he' inth forim tupo runo
forhe c Ani- heas popl gonteraly.
Te Ntm tewsat and Corwrhisopem
toi us tpofor siev. eason h wynhs
sot-but noths llok wrog whe the staxl
ar ea of the Atliase tofoote
"nThe, second race Oureade In the
srends ace must,41 h ~ o commsand
-right. Thert are~i til reat.fAni
Bl0 epol h wl o upr
WATTS WINNING ALL.
Took Three Games Fromt Greenwood
Last We(k and One Monday from
In the three-game series with the
fast Greenwood ball team last week
\Vatts m1oppd( up w With tht visitors in
every game. The Th'ursday gaieic was
I to 3; the Friday game 9 to "I and
the Saturday game 5 to 4.
On ionday of thh.week ile local
team heat the Alonaghon Mill teamn
with the score of 10 to 5.
Three More anmes This Week.
Today, tomorrow and Foriday Watts
will play onl the home groiuds. Thtie
third gallic Wilth Moiaghon will he
today. 'I'l i isday and Friday Watts
will tackle Brandon Mills, one of the
fastest Iallis thAt has ykf visited
I lurens. All of the gamies will start
"The Pride of .lnicto" InI thr-ee
night. Don't miss this tr .
Slight ('hainge in RIinerary In Order
o Avold Nialt. 3leeting aI Sat urday.
The Colltnty ('almImignllaIg paily will be
ginl iits c'iru'ilt next. londlay miorinlig.
the openming mneeting being at L-au
re A. .\ll pe1m'gfs a11m11 asm-'ssIi Ilts
must hei h-andee llh proper ollicials
hY the ( alililates before4' that lime.
'I'he county executive ('o i tt11041, in
its; meetving yetramade a Slight
cluinge inl the itlln e4rary for Ihe flist
wevk. Till, Lydia: lills iietiin was
he fr Tihuzrsl i gh IIlit instead Of Fri
<tday I.:.Ohl and4 the G.oldville ineeting
for. lriday night. instead of Saturday
night. Tihe program as inially ar
anged istands as follows:
ii1 rns. '\onday. Aug. 10.
Li-vuros N1111. .\londay night.
L.angst.on. 'Iuesday, Aug. hI.
Noenno. \\edneisilay, Au .12.
it h.S ay, Stati
I.yqUl (' oim ll s.T n rd y n g t
('!Inton. Fridlay. AL.\ .I
(b',h!ville. lii lav uighi.
1lop4-xe ll. S a rtulay. .\ 17.
,i' I s I I !i io i'lo7. .\ ' 1 i7.
'41rn Tuest1il4y. .\u4' .14 )i1 \ >
)ill. Thu11r iy. .:.
\'1' tti l illso I iny laii P
Giles AndierIsonI ihs enilt mi he
h1 int the hars at the I ou t y il ()nt
I k -sovqral dlay,; ago. Holth parlte
are m-grThO Ti-shooting tooki placte
ijilie' IL i llhi' I'll \(- A444 ti l l, i
'Iluuy. The arrest va. m'l e by 1 01
!a! I',l ive Il Abraillns, Who tunIled
;Ci n pion, o' r to lies t. y Sherit
the res l ol a disagn-l nwI : .a v r'
Gl, as Works (osd
The p ln tof ithe :I ie ( .Ie
\\'Tri:s conseId down 1 rilaytv ni Ih m
the! usua'l "11111111r lwrioi., Th'll p11:1n1
wT ihe iclosd for about a monel, op
ienin agin bou t 1the ai of 44 Stem-~l
her 'lSodi'iof the nipoyes aof A rg:
10anin in hlie tytI')H( ) whvig ther arieIloY
(joyin thi vacation w 1 ith01 relativng
inl~ at eluis. .\r t lin 'h~ e - o 'a aili s.
(atlio a1 l ~ it i ci arel As t r t . S In
ol~rig eaBu B i r a t
Wa.shi.go o. Riddlen, of thay (ath'r
.%o Meriehagnt thor. .\ nrll tri.
Thi s only on h Aadsomesth, ooafr
rIntre cun t and inclgudt ill.-glimb
S. omltpton fAues ws heknes
teldy looingt absrb oisoravro.
Ingd Newf Itnee Pills Wi kiee ell.e
TheIs on'ttern Will ipen again
Sep t yors rugit
Ahtle ldo Fiaet Ctrchocte
b~e lsd dhurng te.mnningo Augustt.
frv the puros togiville thely
sers vaaiten by ansoher mingr
DEAI'T[ OF MRS. LANKIN.
Mothfer of Rev. C. F.' IRankin Diled
Thursdny at her H1ote in North
lrs. .1. iI. llaikini. mother of Rev.
C. P. Itankin, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church lire, (lied at her
home in Giieisboro, N. C., Thursday
night. Mr. ilankin was unaware of
Sia'mother's ncrilols illness until a
tolegi.-t rl Iached him here Thursday
morning. lie l.ft immediately for
Greensboro, but did not reach there
until ier the end had already come.
Tihe s5iipathy of the entire city goes
out to him in his great bereavement.
Th fol lowilig accoulut of her death
appeared inl the Greensboro Daily
Mrs. .1. If. Rankiii died last night at
II: 15-) o'cloick at her home, 206 Ashe
st ree. after all lillness of only about
21 hours. IIeri' deatl came as I great
shock to a host of fiends and rela
ives inl tite city a11 1 ollily.
.\Mrs. llankin wzas born inl l'erson
comnty in' 181'3. heving" a daugh1"Iter of
theo lato .\r. )tnd .\rs. Thomas iht1chanl
an. Sevi'ral years before ie wIar lr.
il ll hanman oved his family to (ull
ford, inakini g ils hom1 al lu t thr ee
miles northeast of Greensboro, onl
wiht is tiow the llrowi Simiit 4road.
F'or thir1ty ye-ars .\ls. lln in had
beenl a conlsecrated mlember. of thev
Fir.st P'rrsbyterian1 chur11ch, having
moved her melibver.lip from the linf
falo l'tisyr chulrich when slit
en'ile' t( Greeilsboro. Hier life shone
out as a brilliant exat1iuple of at Iloble.
C'hristian womlanl, m111 her inluenlcelt
for .,'ood was widetly I'lt Il tll com
tiit.v. )To know h4r was to love hvr
:i1nd 111 who calike inl touch with 111'r
luscamei her -fr-iends.
.\rs. ItankinI was ulp \\ednesday,
sowing and going about her house
work w\.ilh her eltslomlary cheerful
liss. seeililg )to be ill good( healthi
;1114. nd u ill i (ky inl good4 Spirits. Af
te . dilner shi com plI aed of a Illead
:Ieho. Shev beenm1 orsIe' anIl4d was
foc4e4d to r tir t. L aic i ti - ilight her
voinifilionl bieenmel critical anid ke-ms
!,or her recoveryi were h-l1. .\ll dlay
"tl I.4 " f'! i I I .1 r4 . 1 11 -.4 I tvvI I (Ill
In ll a. t a uI' iu-I of twlv e I
o'1 .ock ]Il, 1 i 4, aibo t 21 hours it
ir seit bll, heri. 5 Arimtsly ill, :0
- . it'14I4' l'- niss.rI f i laIt thin
i i: hv r. lir.4 i v I Ins b Ie II ltI r
4 ~ ~ ~ v 11. *4 vii 44liil'
I- i ti I iy I o hav:li 1 I I ( t.
r t.Ii ItIt' I Iit L' O ti()ls m .
' I eI u :w by a lii.1d wv. d I I ro InI
:, kIn'y'. mo11444 , 1. tel , \V'(y ) I w .a II.
A~ 1 1 11114 1144I4 I W l'iS '. )y Ita IlIli
'.' \ lt S.v -I I is rvi a d byi' M Cm..
.alrl s A. Jo..l ss s l ss" I Z., of
\l!Man (;.. ~ac I'..of ('olumbia, S.
A'.. . .\. of \l - on. (1y .. ad14 .1 . \11. .1 .
i . Ir.. d \tii ( aI Ii lc I i. of lls ciy ;
1 i5da11 hter. .\isi , .lari av-, ti this
111. 11re 1 i tr ' .\rW 11i t '. 'ii .\arloy,
\lrs. .\. A. r1( hI n .i\141 ' i 9 :-is . .L
l illip l: [tl 4ne bro lher, \l r .1 .. i11
Th 4111, 0wr41wlle ined by I he toillor-ow
inornling at! ::' the l Ct)1'ti :1 (Veirst
i r; sL e:-i'anj chulrc!'. Ithe. : ervices; be
ini (oinl(Itod111 by 1)4'. o ll. .\igh
;') -"Irk. M nteltHin l' onow in
H r ..o Iill e n -e y
"Tim lt''iilb. of . l i po" sin tro
he t I i T i Ile t ll adTh rs
Ii I l T lalII I I I ''l th at
W. 1il.llito ofl EY T\ l4lO I'i. Ihv
(ilo~d~~ilI oniieean01 i ('lpi'.\Td iEd
1111(th certifongwiathis of1lt' of
i' 'Ilh E. .t 11n 11ry h1 o st as ure
ta wu'ld ) 1 hav wakeniep wit .me with
rentd te materwe It uscedyin"
r ((ly tinnted ord, 'Onta.) n
forerlyt ocue adt r.Mcl'n
Sneaxibie bya~,eia thoernoriilese,
ofaddrssirKngwsuch'a lptrioti .anuary
blag treboCheraw thn slitehatdwngf
the senaorl Hpat adas th owm
uptof the sae tyndwriter Thilser
wilatettigduc .lar c1mo, hged kep
syng Knwlto tilnd reauoh thed
onty he the vrt gotvre ter Gov
Prorc Des igeb the vl gistw phy-se
'fan, wand still mony crtlune ver
Nelivered to saw bybr.e Kotof ign
cialbs d Nls on DrKom the.
Anyastsatement af tany perso htor
eamsatonoth recordtrme in he
midus tathe ctiates tofutuos.
cheering. Saying when they pene
trated further into the Piedmont see
tion the sentiment -continued growing
against Bleaseism, Mr. Pollock stat
ed -thatl he did not believe the ma
jority f'r the governor in Anderson
couty this year would be as much as
250. "And it disgraced itself two years
ago by giving lii a -majority of over
2,000," and Mr. .Polloek said he did
not -believe Anderson would go for
him at all. lie said his information
was that "Blease would' lose Laurens
county," and gave it as his opinion
that the sweep against Uleaseism
would be complete.
"I have had the privilege of telling
the peole) what Blease is and what
hie stands for," he continued. saying
that the people could be trusted now,
as always, and tit their "eyes were
being opened." Showing how he had
carried the fight straight to the peo
ple tile Cheiraw man told the confer
ence that tile masses of the people
were stirred and that "tile great ma
jorityi ,of them will never again re
cord their vote foir lease and what
he stands fot."
31:'. Pollock said that he knew that
thlousalds ill South11 C'aroliina had
hevarts who beat lin unisoni w-ith his but
hie ulnldeIstood1 the situation and "that
they were going to vote for. an1other
manl for sellator. God speed them inl
their good worik for tile State." lie
said lie would have tile consciousnewss
of dily illwIIel doIe il "playing a m1 1an's
part 111 hel itig r(IIm South Caro
litlla, ando that wold be (.0lipe satloll
"Not with tile a of a braggarl." lie
oiltiiltd. "(o I tell yolu that I he
Ileve that oil Atugust 2(; ("ole lllease
an(d all he staids for' will be swept
aside by a majority of 20.000 votes and
thiat the majority may be :10,000."
Tak iig iP11 tle govelnor's erit ic'ism
and relr'ks about fi1e colferelce,
which were delivered at Al ken, Mr.
Polloick said that tiie call for the
colferlnce as Inetniated only by the
hlighe(st mlotives anld pltriolic desire
of servinig the stat 1111d was Hot ain
atlempt to get a11y cerlailln candidates
0out Of the ralev. "Y~ou kilow It, I knlow
it anld Cole filvase, knlows it," hie eml
I)IhlAszed4 amlid chevers. Ill, salid were
his frields to11 tlI himili that his With
dIrawall wold help to defe1il llease
"I wotlti g(.t out of the race beforeI
Hie salid thla(to ele e he still
hn all. inIrp'los anld that was to earry
the. tru;th Io the fouritoven conunties lin
'he eas.'tiern l1irl of tilie S1ate still to
b0. vi i'td I'llnd that, ",i soon as 1 hey
",It Ithe l'ht tlhe*y tre goilg, to fall inl
bethind t rest of the counItif's il
South Caolin for1aw 1nd or'der do
c Iney i11-1 good goverloiIll."
I I:e 11ais4 d the creni e iice l ) palri
olif. luenl or IlatI otiv purpose anld
.,1id t beI. lv illth' lio'ole were
lil ' t1 )' w 1i lollily asidl
'rsnalpreerecesfor the. venm
lin'l good. an d said he hol levei
th11 an1difbt5s1 o f the n1111-1( lias
ractionl inl the ac for. ro\vern~or were
')f t IC lli ' of the sI Calrolin if n11
will d o 1 he r the 11011 r111(a I ,Ii.ghtl
iin'l ai11o1 n igust 2. \,fi lo are goi.
li "(1o al least o e 1ian:1 inl th ' se
om rli face fiovernor l whot fhil0 law
:0hi l11n4, peole caln suppiort." hat ox
clinn'dl. addinlg that1 hev did nlot bo
livr inre wouhll bev anll aetei
tio second r'ace for govIern('io.
Hie s id of thil lnoll of tIle onfsr
Awli "hy wvr i enl engogh to d(1)
'I regard Iess of a n ..i('is, of tq
d fe logu 10." 1 rejoi th at ise-o ti
sennetagalinst Blease is .osrn
that thr was for th voni
orenlev o 'ak 1 an dett inte st s to
wrdsl-8 lTIn.tion. lie TIC, drivged his
hn-ers'o te blo " ag oid anli kee
till te goodi work aduld Solithl Caroln
cil I tia ( ...r oI f ti.ti rrink l ot he.13
:inissesey ofth poiein rhis t . - t-ate
werle ing ito i'y Hlase and ole0s1
i1(1m1 frothe fCeli lio th ulart on Au
t r.e." count rn.e heng He~
Am'11~id-umulito aplaus thell COn-l
votd wfhak to J'ir. olloc as ilhfo
mostIlllg imxrio rt manll who Chasrdom
meVe grin defc'y lay.Eimchanbrgni
ost mta." Thr Atlen-Oeeaio
lneweethn foarteiror and lnn
iher illn boe iall rhakewre
Vxnd Po \lr.n.. -iofthe
baloome fornth cofkeysncon. t
lnvgorabotfiet theys Pahndr Sleasy
Ter o tndrdneraEastrngtheningrtns
FrVESAeLs ch-2 TONIC, Horizontal
Maslrinenie, lodand byd Witey.
leslAtre tonice or5du .00an chrr.50
*\Mt-Oep Wyedws-toonre: heouer
e 'wth you 'eartun tneelt .1u'
mail. Paidr opesenorifyo .o
sition.y Lmr~aren Atomobiltua-d
tWtntosd-Yol o brang your -or
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for county commissIoner subject
to the rules of the Democratic pri
mary. J. L. MA'HAFFEY.
I hereby announce :myself a candi
date for county commissioner, sub
pect to the rules of the Democratic
primary. J. N. LE AK,
I hereby announce inysolf a candi
date for county commissioner subject
to the rules of the Democratic primary.
L. D)UNK( OURRY,
Gray Court, S. C.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the offiee of county conimis
sioner of Laurens county, subject to
the rules of the Democratic primary.
R. M. PARSONS.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the ollice of county coinmis
sloiner of Laurens county, subject to
the rules of the Democratic rllary.
J. T. TODD.
Knowiog S. S. F1arrar to be a man
,)f wide experience in road work, we
hereby announce him as a candidate
for road commissioner subject to the
rules of the Demoeratic primary.
I hereby offer myself as a candidate
for the office of county commissioner
of laurens county, subject to the rules
of the democratic party .J. 13. IIITT.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the olice of County Conimis
sioner for Laur'ens County, subject to
the riles of the Demoergtic primary.
D. A. MADDEN.
House of Representatives.
I hereby offer liysel1. as a eandi
date for re-election to the llouse of
lepresent iatives froin Laurens coun
ty. subject to the rules of the I)cmo
G10. A. BIlOWNINO, .JIL
I hereby a nnounee myself a candi
date for the lilouse of lIepreselntatives
to repireselnt lau renis County and
promlse to abide by the rules of the
Ile Iorira ic prinmary.
if. 1). STi'EWhAIt'.
I hie'eb ann11onn01e Iimysv'c' elf candi
date Ior the house of reireselltativs
sub.ject to th eiliies of the 'Denioeratlc
I lreby annuiioince Ilyself a can
diilate f'or. tle Iloll4 of Itepresenta
tIve-s front Laurlens counity subject. to
the(. rules of 11hv derniocratio pr1-11nar1y.
Wilsonl W. Hiarris,
I horeby announc ilysilf a candi
(late for tle hiouse of liepreseniltatives
to repi'eseit tihe collity of Laurens,
and pronise to abide by the iiules of
thel dernlooratic 11rit11uary.
l~IilN II. WATTS.
I hereby annloune uiyself a candi
dt111e for the liou se of liepresentatives
froii iaureil en1ity, subject to tII
rules of the 1)eliorrati prlIary.
S. 1. COGGANS,
I hereby anlnounlce myefa canli
late for Ih lioluse of It, presenit:atives
froin I'aurens countly, Subject to thle
rules of the Deillocrati priaiary.
At'. (. HAlRT.
I hereby anou11111ce Imyself a eandi
dIte 'or re-election to Ihe Hlouse of
Ilelpreseltatives sibject to the riules of
the IDemoe Iat i( 'rimna ry.
I hereby a1111onc iimyself a i
date for the house of represent atives
froi luI'alrens County and pronlilse to
atbde by3 the iresiilts of the D emiocrantic
prinia ry'. W. It. Ill Il l'fY, SR.
I hereb'ly announce1 mi' iy caidnei~iiy for
the I louse, of Rteprieseniitat ives, sub
ject toi the i'ilc's of thle D)lemocrat!(
llhereby announce myself a. ('aini
date for the oiee of Souperi'so of' )
iiLiaurens counlty, subiject to thle rules
of the Demiocra tiec primary'3.
AI'STI N A l1El1CitOMlR I1'.
I hieeby announ111ce miysel f a enn:dt
datec for re-eleCtioni to th lillee1(4 (of
Suptervio of1'0 14auren P415(oiunty3. su11bject
to the lules of thie Deml~o(cra1tiC pri
I hereby annilouniIi mys3'elf a candl
dlate f'or the 0oil ice of 1 supervisor' of
LaurenCIs county' and~ prlomilse to abide
by the ru0les of the dlemiocraitlc part'y.
13. R. TODD)1.
Ooodl Reason for' lls E nthusliasm.
Wh'len a man11 hats su lffered( for' $eer
al dcays with colic, diarrh'loea or' othi
er form of bowel compdlint and is
then eured~i sound and well biy one orI
two (loses of Chamnber'lain's Colic,
Chiolera and Dlirrhoea Remnedy, as is
often the ease, it is but niaturlal that
lie should be enthusiastic in his priaisec
If the remelidy aiid especiailly is thIs
the case of a severeyittack when life
IsaIthrleatenied. Tr'my It wheni In need
of such a iremedy. It never falls.
Sold by all (dealers.
[ON THE SQUARE
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the oflice of Probate -Judge
of Laurens coynaty, subject to the
rules of the Democratic primary.
EUGENED4 S-IIAW CUNNINGHAM.
We are authorized to announce 0.
G. Thompson as a candidate for re
election to the ofice of Probate Judge,
subject to the rules of the democratic
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for re-election to the office of
Treasurer of Laurens County, sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic
primary. ROSS D. YOUNG.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-election to the office of County Au
ditor of Laurens county, subject to
the rules of the approaching Demo
cratic primary election.
J. WADDY TIIOMPSON.
Superintendent of Education.
I hereby ainoulnce myself a caudi
date for County Superintendent of Eid
utcation subject to the rules of the
JOHN ). IIUNTIER.
Dr. .J. 0. MarliIn is hereby announc
ed as a candidite for Counti:y Super
intendent of E1duation. subject to the
iles of the approalhing DIemoc ratic
Primary election. V'OTI'FitS.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for county superintendent of ed
ucation, subject to the rules of the
Democratic pi niary.
J. C. IlDICTTE.
I hereby an noun ice Myself a candi
dait for' the ollile of nagistrate in
Sull ivai.n's 'Township. Lairen s County
1111d promise to a bIde by the rules of
the Dimnocratic primary.
L. C. Abercrombie.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the ollice of magistrate of
Laurens township, Subject to the rules
of the deiloerlt-ic prilliary.
S. WV. IRUTLE.DGE!.
I hereby aniotince myself a candi
dale for magistrate in Laurens town
ship, sibjec't to the rules of the dem
ocratle imary. CEO. C. IIOPKlNS.
I hereby anilloulce Iyself a cand1
date for ilagistrate for Laut rels towl
ship, subject to ithe rutiles of the deiin
, It. P. TiRAYNIIAM.
I hereby anunimi tce II: Heilf a candi
date for in1igistrate for laImireiis town
ship, SIujet. to tle rl10S of the demo
.J. N. WIIG1T.
I hereby i'ii.'alinn e mii yself 1 candi
date for the ollice of mtiag1strate for
hLurells township. subject to the rules
of the Diemocratic pri m ary.
T. Mi. Workian.
3Icetjug of Stoekhiioders.
Thif regliia au.iitual nmeting of the
stockf 10)(Iers of the l'toplis Loan and
El'xeIunW*e4 I1uk1, L:-rens, S. C., will
be behl in tHe ollies of he bank cu
.\ugust 20. 1911. at 11 .\. M.
C. W. Tilne, Cashlier.
it 1s ililculIt to imagine
more l'alpproprlate gifts
gifts that wIll Ibte hetIir ap
pr.ciated by the bidei andl
I bridegrootu hani ourll rih
Your fondest dr ieams in
-SlI it and ('UT GLIASS -
will be realized in oiur coin
pileto stocks-we wish YOU
to call and have tis show you
-these stocks for' they are the
best we have ever shown.
if you don't know what
to give-you'll 11lnd "it"' heri'.
E 3wper& (pttintke
lrquires dainty approintments on her
dressing table and her desiires ini that
directio/ are here in great variety.
Brtus s, Puffs, 'Powders, Perfumes,
Fan Boaps, Cold Creams and every..
thi g necessary for a refined lady's
t let. We cai-ry also a full line of
pure drugs: and standard medicines,
and our prescription departraent re
ceives special attention.
*LAURENS, . C.