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AFTER HOSPITALS AND DOC.
D. 1rolnC3, Ozone Park, Long Is
land, N. Y., writes: "While you have
not asked for a testimonial, I feel
that it is due. A preparation such as
EX-ZEMA-FO should be known to
everyone. I was a sufferer -of that
terrible disease called eczema for
seven years, doctored with the most
eminent New York specialists and
several various Skin Iospitals to the
expense of over $300. Two bottles
of EX-ZEMA-FO cured me, and the
best of it all was that I was able to
givetup the use of a salve, which
was what they all prescribed. Your
:emiedy EX-Z LA\-FO is a clean
'iquid, did not soil my linen and went
:ight to the spot. I have been recomn
nending it to every one afflicted with
:his disease and reslilts have'been tile
lame as in my cas
EX-ZEMA-FO IS e only prepar
itiot of its kind sold on the guar
titee that it cures or money is re
FOR SALM NY
LAUJI(E iteRN C0.
Laurena. h. C.
Specify No. 68.
I 3IA(GAZINlE A GENCY.
T1o the Reading Public of Lau
renis aid Iaurens County:
I ail estabihiliig a magazine
g subscritii agency at this
p1adce and am nlow prepared to
I andle suliptions tor aill
h-kids, of :n /aizines anld IOwspa
p) e rs. I have a Ieat little nt a
IoLoue that shows hundreds ofr
Vx0lle it e ulbbing offers that
ae a! cheai as offers made by
anly responsible magazine ageln
ey anywhoro I al1so ha:11411 ).I!_
iness for the collinty lutpersl h
CoumaStait and other stat ,
I 1 iak1s n io differen1ce what
yoi want inl the lIagezine line1
I can han11dle yottr bui"ness4 and
inl most instances Save yott
l0oney. I( me yoll sibscrip
tions a id sav\ th 'troulble of
writing letter tyiclo the ex
Ielse of senidiln, awa Muoney,
I will aippureiate your11 business
lthu ll guaralitete aiisoluit satisfae
t I io it. Catalogu 1111011 request.
Order througlihI tile and your pa
lers Will always Cole to y0u.
O Aurrang your whole year's
redng m tter 'it onle tranlsa
re ci mr i Ilt t C t I C ac
1). 31. NOIW001).
LAurTts, 0S. C.
ever' brought to IL
A plan whicl
Icommunity of the
will convince yon
' inI ipice. We( ar
A( CU1'e bargahins;
Up-o- t -O
* LANFORID NEWS. *
Lanford, Se). 7 --TIhe farmers are
busy picking cotton. Tie gin will be
ready for ginning Tuesday.
The school opened here Monday
morning with an enrollment of 69
puils. Mr. S. S. Rhodes is principal
and Misses Mary Bobo and Etolia
Miss Nell Welborn and Miss Minnik
Lanford were in Laurens Thursday.
Aliss lRobin Patterson has returned
after several days visiting in Wood
)r. Brackett. of Ilickory, N. C.,
spent severalays here last week,
tie guest of Mrs. A. A. Nelson.
Mrs. A. A. Nelson and \liss Othella
lolhnsont spentt several days last week
iI (;affney, the guests of Miss Little.
Miss Iluti Lan'ford spent the week.
^ntd in Spartanburg with her sister,
Miss Lottie Lainford.
.\lr. Richard Moore and wife spent
Sunday in Lanford.
ir-. anld Mrs. T. I. Wolff spent S'un
day in Gray Court.
.\Iisses Marie Yarborough and Mol
lip Mloor'e spent last Wednesday In
.\Mr. and .\lis. J. Lee Langston spent
Siuiday at. Mr. .Ihnnie Patterson's.
1Prof. Spear 11nrdette has left for
Weaverville, N. C., where he holds a
position in the college.
Mr. .1. 1). o.lhntsont spent the week
end at Arcadia.
Miss Nannie lay iantford visited Iln
Woodrnfff last. week.
.lr. and .\rs. .1. t. ra ks viitid it
Cray Coulrt Fun11day.
.\r. .and4 .\rs. It. P. 11lowar spent!
Siuntday at , AT. 'Ca nno's.
.\lls. \\'1101r W hinn. 1, Ponnltai-i lun.;
.1. 1). .ohnson spent ithe week
ithu re' II ve an frieidi.
Mr. Chlarlie Thomas la., re'tuned to
Spartanburg to zzk -ik l 1J., h Ai t e s
at. Ceci! Ibsinom ..
capt. .1. W. Lanord\t wa; in L'!In
ris Mlonl:.y on business
Mr. 0. L,. Lanford was inI Lauirons
SaturItilday onl lisiness.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. .. 1. Patter
sol oni tho 411t, a boy.
\lr. Ta11m1,1-4 Pa.tteron an sstr
.\iss ]tell Pattersonl, spenlt SA(Ihy onl
M\rs. Walter lla~- 1 .\lr. T. D
Is are coming in
aur'ens. This great si
i was iM~iled as a se<
codWty. We have c<
that our store is the p
idy shouldl come ear'ly
3 too b)usy to tell you U
muany of which are Be
Harmon are visiting in -Newberry.
Mr. C. C. Hembree was a busiens
visitor to Laurens Saturday.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.
"I was taken with diarrhoea and Mr.
Yorks, the inerchant here, perstiaded
mie to try a bottle of Ciaiberlin's
Colic, Chmjiera and Diarrhoea Ienedy.
After taking one dose of it I was
cured. It also cured others that I
gave it to," writes M. E. [ebhart,
Oriole, Pa. That is not at all unusu
al. An ordinary attack of diarrhoea
can almost invariably be cured by one
or two doses of this remedy. For sale
by all druggists.
To blieHld September 121411. I,ar1ger
'reilimis are beinir (ffered.
Announcements a1(I premiu ma Ilists
for the annual Fairview Stock Show
which is to be iheid Septeiniber 2.th.
lave been Sent ouit ly Hi. It. Stewart.
of Fointaini Inn. chairman of the ex
eeitive committee. In thle ananon nee
ment booklet. it is stated that. the
stock show will be the eclal and proh
ably the superior of past shows as
everything possible has beenl done to
make it a success. Larger premiums,
better music, ample fresh water, ice
creami and other refreshments, stable
and sleeping room and grand-stands
have all been given due attention an(
everything will Ie found in a first
cla' state of preparedness. The rules
aI regulations Of past shows will
govern this year's exhibition. Th e
people of all thw Srliolnl:llg counities
are inlvite'd to he pre(en.
I vili's who 'TV .'r: I. \\ hak and
dis(Pornied from 111.tne S andinil
menviits In thw I- r'l(- r e op rl ailizo will
lind relief and o, s ay et oraio
of he(ahhl and ste h inl IM. SI.\
wolia n's i ine. 11 i t - infl-1m ma -
ion , ': !. l: ; ] a 11 i t the bolly inl
line vjiorous coi th iii . Pi'i'e St .1(
lDeathi of a lirirdht You ne lad.
.\fer elleven wooLts f intenseo Sur..
foring! Wililam Irvin lliek rt, the on
ly child of Mr. an: d Mrs. .. I iek rt,
of the I lopew. ll uI iborhoodl. (iedl in
the l1ajitist 1 loviital in Coluimibia S'p
tomerlh 1 111h, of, blood poleonlini. Ik r.(
mainis were ironmt to Go(ldville and
1.11d to r-est in thew Ilim al, volmetery
:mid a larige gat~n of loved~up ('nis
and frilenis. iis Iitte n grve was cov
eredl wlitI bllautilu fivwl-lrs- flii-om Ihosp
who loved him11. Bu: ial serviceis wr
Ir Loads o
daily and we nlow
pply has been bought
e that WI
~ret has been disclosed.
~me' here to stay and v
lace for Good Goods ai
v Open an
Lo see our Mammoth S
11 bult we guarantee thi
coniducted by his -pastor, Rev. W. P.
11ouknight, assisted by Rev. Hay An
derson, of Laurens. William was a
bright and dutiful son, 14 years old.
The sorrowing parents have the deep
est Sy'mpathy of the community.
Next of Pauline Series.
Tho Thirteenth 10pisode of the
Porils of Pauline series, running at
-the Idle Iour theatre, gives promise
of being one of the best of these pop
ilar pictures. It will be remembered
that the last (piso0de ended with Paul
Inc innocenilty admiring a basket of
flowers with a huge boa Constrictor
uiderniath the foliage treacherousIy
h id there by a jealous gypsie womllan.
Of colrse l'auliniiie iakes her.1 'esape
from tihl, ir npending (a1lel anmd Is
Soon ready for anHother adventun re.
Ih ne0%t episode will he shown at the
ille I louri Tuesday. the' 15thi.
The Associale iiioritd P'resh y eri
an church building on IIe corinelr of
.Jolos aId Chestnut streels has lnii
Coll plete d, .d11( there will be public
pv)mehiig services in it Sahhath
mornling. Sept. 1:1th1 at I I o'clock. Yiou
are cordially invited to attend.
1. N. Kennefly.
Wonl ('1ad416 Scholarship.
Mir. Leland Holt, son of Mr. L. S.
Bolt. was the .IIeVsSsIf comit petitor
from this county for he ( Citadel
scholarship. AnnononivEnt of I tie
award of the scholarship was made
several tay" a!o. Iitlolrs of these;
S4(ih larships are gi venii I thl i t lion.
hoolks. hoard and outer clothin for
a t1rm o1 our eairs on eomlion of
:zood behavior and -tu idious hl i
T''ere wre ME'Veeral ilicanils for tho
scholarsi roml (his county
doni. Wilsont Ilday 1nii 'd his i lt t va
cation of thIe sunune11r andI -Iratod b., e-k
to Washillgioi. wherv he will arriVe
-it. 9 o'clock toiiorrow morig' . Th
oesiden.' in'lalth Is hotter than it
Is ben for limontths. .\pparently h.:
haI.s I ie rvaineod th Vigor he lost durit'ing
.\Mrs. Wilson's last Illness.
Nirs;. Wilson's last. !4-ns.1s
o' omr Eino of Cildrn1s WVagons:
A. .\. 1& . Ii. Wil,K. & CO.
f Goods J
have the largest an
to replenlish our' stockJ
This plan is to secu
re must have hundred
t a Bargain.
I Ready to
toek of New Goods w
is to be a Special Re4
1F you are going off to school we
havc just the trunk you -need, and our
prices will save you money.
S. M. & 10. 1-. \VILKMiCS & CO.
ItlCASURY DM CPAllR\NT 1.
Ofice of Comptroller of the Currency.
Washington, D. C., Aug. 31, 1914.
WICICAS, by satisfactory evidenco
presented to the undersigned it has
been inado to appear fliat "I'0NTWI~t
PRI.SM, 'NATIONA BANK" in the CITY
PRISIC NATION BANK OF LaAU
RI'NS" in the CI'TY of IAlTRlNS,
in, tile county of ILAl'iliENS. and
State of SOUTH CAiROiAiNA, has
complied with ill 0the provisiois
of the Statutes of thl h Init ed
States. reiuir'ed to be compliid witi
before an association shall b.e la r.
ized to conun1encev the bu1siness of
NO\W T liilO tc 1, .lOlIIN si- ci,..
TON WILisiA.\MS, Coiptroller of' tI)I
Currency. do hiereby certify that
'" 1N i I lNAT[ ONAl, HA NK1
0l. li.\e lt iENS' inl t T
ltii',NS and Stalte of, :0I "'TIlI
CAROIAlN \, 1s athorized to coml
menee the( buisness of Blanking as otro.
vided il Seetioni Iilty-once hiiiundiet
anld sixty-nine of the Itevi s41 Statutes
of the llUnited States.
CONVI IMSION of I'iiteiprise Bank,
Lauiei, S. C.
IN TVISTII.\ION 'illEOl witness
my and and Seal of oflice
(Seal) th s - Ist diy of AlOUMTST,
INO. SK ELU'TON \Vl1ll A.\MS.
Comptroller o tilie ('u1'enCY.
CHHESTER S PILLS
C ~IFUE-IAMiOND InAND.
La ~l- Aii':N lilr 11'taCO.
,111-4 r illj)1 l \ iGh, I
LIUENS DRUG.' ('0.
Mly 100ps ala nd u ltip v."ee1, 0
II \j e ii hirally
)onb i a'll wi I.\o r l n l t
1) (11"I I'llm a oli l. 1.11ii roP
ri most Up-to-date
and to be used in putt
reC several regular e
ls of customers. Thil
hichl will be soldI at ai
peninig S"ale at whIic
Noice of Final Settlement 11414, I)Is.
Notice is hereby given that on tho
21st day of Setoniber, 1914. we -111
ap)ply t'o il lonor, 0. Q. Tlompsi0on,
'robate Judge of Liaurens county, S,
C., for a ilnal settleinent and dischargo
as executors of the estate o0 -11. V4
All persons holding laims against
the said estate will ptesent them to
the undersigned oni or before said date,
11. F. Lanford.
14. I4"lolia Lianford.
Woodruff, 9. C., Atig. 19, 1911. 5--it
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund Money if PAZO
OINTMtiNT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Prot ruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.
The first applicition gives itase and Rest. 5oc.
Simipson, Cooper B Bai b,
Attorneys at L;aw.
Will practice in all State Courts.
prompt attertion givMto all business.
N. 13. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys tit Lwaw
Enterprise Bank Building. Laurens, S.C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Woney to loan on Real Estate-Long
Undertakpri and Emba mers
CalIs answered any hours, day or night.
I A URI NS, S. C.
hie 10'1v ofr a (s nrestt
ml andl reputlable sreos
li7.id s ; utlhI oity over th 111e
lsh away wien you enI in han.
'. (all lnirens phon1i :m(;.
Stock of Goods
mng on a
stomers in every
bi the peopleC canf