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Eczema, Erysipelas, Pimples,
Blotches, S c a b i e s, Salt
Rheum, Ringworm, Itching
Piles, Dandruff, Ivy Poison,
Barber's Itch, or any similiar'
skin disorder, do not waste
time on pastes and ointments.
Try at once this infallible,
Ex - Zema - Fo
is'a clear, colorless, odorless scien
tific preparation, put up solely for
the relief and eradication of skin
diseases. It does not stain the
clothing, it does not harm kny
thing, but it is emollient and heal
ing mI its action upon' the skin.
If it does not afford you the relief
claimed, the druggist will refund
the urchase price. 50c and'$1 a
FOR SALE BY
LAURENS DRUG C
Laurens, S. C.
Specify No. 68.
Augustus G. Hart
Attorney at Law
BANK OF LAURENS f1DG.
In office recently occul le by John M.
Cannon, dec e1
Prompt attention given to all business
Practice In all State C( orls.
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hours, day or night.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
efig. In e-amm.= bu1iding
Phone: Office No. 86; Residece 219
Further, we will
And should we
August 1, 1915;
For further pnr
"NEWSPAPER LIE" DID
SEEMS-TO WORK HERE
Blease Candidate in Barniwell Made
Statements Which the (overnor De
manded He Correct-"Hle Tried to
Columbia. July 31.-In regard to
campaign utterances of Norman C.
Creech, candidate for re-election to
the house from Barnwell county,
wherein Creech, according to a report
in the Sunday News for July 26, stat
ed that Governor Blease had vetoed
an appropriation for eradication of
the cattle tick, and had removed a
Columbia magistrate from office for
issuing certain warrants against
Creech, B. P. Davies, editor and pro
prietor of the 'Barnwell people today
made a statement. The substance of
Mr. Davies statement was as follows:
"During the first two meetings of the
county campaigners at Williston and
Blackville, Creech asserted the guber
natorial veto of the cattle tick appro
priation. Governor Blease demanded
that the statement he corrected and
sent a constable to the meeting at
Dunharton on Wednesday, to see that
his instructions were carried out.
Creech did not retract his statements
of the first two meetings, but de
nounced the report of his speeches
as a 'newspiper lie.' Thereupon I
obtained affidavits, realirming the
statements of the newspaper report
from three prominent cltizens of
Blackville, and three of Williston.
Yesterday at the Barnwell meeting,
(Ireech again (lenounced what he
termed a newspaper lie. At the close
of the meeting, I read the aindavits
to the assemblage. Mr. Creech came
back to the stump and denied his
former assertions again, after the
reading of the affidavits. lie was]
heckled by the crowd."
CHILDREN'S DAY EXEIR(CISES.
At Rocky Springs Church, One of the
Landmarks of the County.
Rocky Springs Presbyterian church,
one of the noted landmarks in the re
ligious life of Laurens county, was the
scene of a very pleasant occasion on
fo'nday, July 26. The large and pros
perous Sunday school had its annual
very interesting celebration of Chil
dren's Day, which a number of visitors
om Aug. 1, 191
(F. 0. B. Del
be able to obtain tlf
rnd sales departmnen
reach this productio1
i to every retail buye
iculars regarding the
came to enjoy. Thie very earnest and
efficient superintendent, Mr. W. T.
Senn, assisted by the ladies, trained
the bright boys and girls in their
songs and recitations and they cer
tallily did splendid credit to their
teachers. They are zealous young
workers for foreign and for home mis
slons and are laying by a fdnd for the
erection of a new church building;
will gratefully receive assistance from
any who are interested in this good
The decorations for this happy, oc
casion were simple but appropriate
and very beautiful. Oi the wall, back
of the pulpit was a large gilt star with
the inscription, "Dur Star of Hope."
Over and around this were dainty fes
toonings of green and stars hung by
gold chains. Jars of ferns and vases
of roses and trailing vines added much
to the beauty of the scene. The clil
dren's exercises were followed by an
excellent sermon by the Rev. T. A.
Becket, who, during his vacation .in
the seminary, is supplying this good
people. Then came a talk by our own
Rev. Richard Anderson, missionary to
Central America who is at home,
spending his leave of absence from
laobrI in a foreign field. It was inter
esting to listen to his account of the
lights and Iihadows in the nissionaries'
Rocky Springs church was founded
in 1778, making it 136 years old-just
after the long and ardtuous toils Of the
Revolutionary war, a few faithful souls
built a rude ciapIel of logs that they
might have a place in which to re
tirn thanks for merciful deliveral nce
from niany dangers and privations. As
sUCcess came111 to them a new house was
built and since then it has been twIce
rebuilt. Their labors done, they rest
a noble band of men and women, in the
cemetery nearby; over their sleeping
dust flowers bloom, carefully tended
by loving hearts and hands and in the
grove of oaks just outside, song birds
carol sweet requiens. When our Sa
viour shall come in the East, they will
rise to meet Him. Among the graves
of recent years is that of our faithful
worker and kind friend, Mrs. Rosa
Fouche Bell. For years she was a
capable and efficient teacher in day
and Sabbath school. Many there are,
of her pupils who "will rise up and
call her blessed" for her good instruc
tions. A very bandome monument
marks her last earthly resting place.
s to She
4, to Aug. 1, 19
t, - -
roit, all cars fully equipped.
~e maximum efficiera
ts if we can reach a
ri, we agree to pay a
r who purcharses a
se low prices and pr<
The present edifice is the fourth at
Rocky Spring' and is still good but
the ieibers hope for a new building
Pale, Silkly girls who are approach
Ing the age of womanhood stand in
need of the fine regulating and
Strengthening InIhllelCe of 1Mt. SIM
MON'S SQIA\V VINl1- WINIC. it is
well adapted to imeet such conditions
and establish regularity. It corrects
!anguldness, dull eyes, bad breath.
weak digestIon, and nervousness. It
help s the suiffere through the critical
period, restores strength, appetite
and a Clear, rosy col)iplexion. Plrice
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by all druggists
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* A I'leasant Day at Trinty-Idge *
"Man's work Is from sunll to sun,
Blut a woman's work is never done."
Occasionally though tired mothers
and honisekeepers have an occasion to
forget for the time their work and
e1joy a social gathering. This, the
ladies of Trinity-Ridge community did
recently. It was the regular I month
ly meetinlg of the School IIn prove
ment Associathon. Our president,
Mrs. Scott. George. arranged for an
all day meeting and prepared i lla p)r
gram that rendered the occasion both
pleasant and profitable. After the de
votional exercises by tile prevsiden(t
and the reading of som,e inlerestilig
pallers, bly Mrs. .oh1n Watts and Mrs.
Guy Smith, we were given some piae
ti(al demonstrations inl cooking by
Mesdames George and Irving. 'I'he
doors he1ween' the cookroomt and din
ing rooi were tihrown open and we
not. only observed (lhe work bull en
joyed tihe delleious dishes they lpre
We usually appreciate that which
we strive hardest for, Conseluently
we ladies, after our hard struggle for
the basemient, appreciate it more and
more every time we have an occasion
to use it. At one o'clock, we were
invited into the dining room where
we found a long table with its snowy
white cloth groaning, so to speak,
under its load of good things. After
dinner we assembled in the spacious
auditorium where we listened to
some beautiful selections on the Piano
by Miss Hattie Gray. Miss Jayne
Garlington was present and the af
ternoon was given to demonstrate
canning to the club girls and house
15, and Guaran
In the United States of Amel
cy in our factory pr
n output of 300,0(
-s the buyer's share f
new Ford car betwee
fit-sharing plan, see
keepers. Between twenty-five and
thirty ladies were present at this
meeting and ail went a way hoping
tha11t our presidelt would 111ln an1oth
er sueh a troat for us. We would
like to insist onl every C0111n11111nity that
contemplates building a schoolhouse
to plan for a basement, for we be
lieve in a few year~s Domestic Science
will be taughtt in the rural schools.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standiig,
are cured by the wonderiul, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Ihealing Oil. It relieves
Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $1.00
Reunion tof Survivors.
The survivors of ('o. C, 14th S. c.
lIegiment 'Co. C, 3rd S. C. lat talIion,
and Co. A, 6th S. C. Cavalry, will hold
their annual reunion at Union ehurell
on Saturday, Aurgtst the 8th next.
Prominent si 't'Iers have been in
vited :o !1dd e he Ieeting, the lIpub
lie in general and the old soldlers wi(h
their families are expected to be with
us. Come out old colrades and let
its kindle onec ni ore the old cam p
Wade 11. Pin1son.
Aiguvst 1, 1914. Chairman.
Rays. PharimcIcy knows about LIV
VEII-LAX. You need it for your lir
Horse, hog nd attle own
ers should kto that worims
cause by a' oor digestive
system or improper feeding
are more than dangerous.
is a remedy prepared by a practi
cal veterinary surgeon and re
lieves the condition almost in
stantly. It should be used with
regularity. 25 cents buys a large
package. We guarantee it to do
the work or will refund purchase
For Sale by
Laurens, S. C.
teed Against an:
oduction, and then
0cars between ti
rom $40 to $60 per
n Aug. 1st, 1914 an<
the nearest Ford Bi
Thiat's aill it costs youl
per day to buy a high
grade South Bend
Watch on our club
Rock Bottom Prices
You buy the watch at
the lowest cash price at
which it can be sold.
Our clu) plan makes
Wear the Watch
while you pay
You get the watch 11pon
making your first pay
This offer is for a few
Take a(lvantage of this
ol)portunity - let us
give you the full par
ticulars in regard to
this reinarkable offer.
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting
Land Surveys a Speclalty
.ncrete Work 8 it il y done or In-i
Drawings and estimates of all Kindi
Telephone No. 346
Laurens, S. C.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
WHi practice in all State Courts.
prompt attention givento all business.
uinimum cost in
ie above dates.
car (on or about
1 Aug. 1st, 1915.
anch or Dealer.