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Endless Variety in
There Is no such thing as a dull mo
Enent among the new spring blouses,
Dow entering In gay companies, the
shops and stores. There Is so great a
variety of styles In them that It Is
not easy to pick out features that are
characteristic of the season. But there
is one Item thdtt Is so universal in
themi that It passes without notice-Is
taken as a matter of course. That Is
the sheerness of the matterials used.
Except for the platin and regulation.
shirtwaists (tf silk or linen, or cotton,
there are onl 1 (liaphaious stuffs In I
blouses, with georgette crepe far in
the leatd of all others.
Besides this feature of the -ityes,
there Is a ireponderiance of round
neck models, and many of these fas
ten on the shoulder. The narrow
shioulder yoke remainis a great favor
ite. S1ml, round crocbet and siall
pearl buttons atre favored for fastening
land Irihinming; lastitchin, t(cis and
very narrow Vail hice, for ornamenta.
tion oi I ihe liat hlousts. .
Park rolors, and bliaek, in georgette
are shown unue up ovIIe white net or
"On the Roi
There is nothii
And it meets the en
erated here; and if y
If You Die
If You Are
If You Live
You Can Get Thi:
Without any obligat
ticulars in regard te
Age ........ .Occu
lace, and the reverse of this, black
hanitilly lace appears, made up over
flesh or white georgette. A good ex
nmple of the smart blouse of dark
georgette over cream-colored net ap
pears In the picture. Its sleeves and
trimming are novel, both being char
acteristic of the new season. Besides
these long flowing sleeves, there are
elbow-length sleeves cut in much the
same way. The trimming Is a couch
Ing, in which very heavy silk in dark
red is fastened down with another
shade of silk in the same color. This
couching Is used in inny Nways and
pat terns, and is very ensily and quick
ly (1one. On Ulght-colored blouses a
dark couctilng in hatrmonious color is
used. as brown or light tan, or blue on
tun or whilt.e.
A strikhg novelty appears in a
blouse of georgette in flesh color with
high collair. cuffs 111( a square inset
at ite front imiade of a .hpanese silk
handkerchief with horder in light blue,
showing a band and large dots.
td to Safety" Ii
ig complicated about t
~ry requirements of the r
ou can't find the same pi
~or Old Age
i Poicyffor Any Amour
ion on my part, please send
"The Pilot Special" Policy.
Oakville, March 2-.-Although the
arminers Iave w'a1lited long and I impa- "
lently they are noW getting busy <
oreaking and planting. Their ambition
ceminds' .us that they deserve more
han they sometimes get. They de
erve prosperity. The good roads that
aurens county will soon have will be
mile "steppilig stone". l0veryone should
eeI encouraged over the situation. In
>ur section, for the past 'winter, we
vere compelled to remain at home
rom church for fear of getting "stuck"
n a mud-hole.
Capt. 'W. It. Richey, of aurens.
nade an interesting address at the
;choolhouse last Friday evening. le
old us something of the soldier's life
n Ihe trenches and of the real lighting
)m the front line. Ile spoke uncoi
>romisingly of the Fretch people and
helir habits. In the audience on this
Casion ve h'ad several visitors from
iani'ens and other sections of the
-ointy. We holpe they (an come to our
Ittle schoolhouse again.
Mr. and .\l s. W. P1. Iludgens, of 1,au
'ens. twere visitors at the home of Mrs.
ludgens's father, Mr. J. It. Ml)aniel,
Members of the family of Mr. I. M1. I
icDanliel, Sr., Spent Sunday with Mr.
Ind Mrs. W. 1'. .lyers, of Musgrove.
,Mrs. Ilenry Boyd is now at home af
er an11 extended stay with her daugh
.er, Mrs. Walter Jones, of Palmetto.
tirs. Boyd's health seems muct im
)rove(l after her illness of the winler.
Mr. Clyde McDaniel is at home, hav
ng received lhIs discharge from the
Iriss .Jennlie Owens has been shut
ii on account of an alack of tonsilitis.
3he is reported muich improved.
Misses Wolff and Abrais remained
i our midst this week-end. They
were perfecting and embellishing the
play which they have announced for
Priday evening. The ladies of the
oimmunity are to serve tempting
1elincies on the even ing of the
pIlay, so don't forget to supply
le "kiddles" (with two or tre
Mir. and Mrs.-arence 'McDaniel
lave ittoved into their i' e.W cottage.
.rt'. and Mr.s. Walter Jones and fam
ily re'ently visited at the liomtie of Mi.
.1ir. and Mrs. Sr. W. Williais were
qpend-the-day guests at Mr. .John
O'Dell's last Stunday.
1 Life Insuranc
his new Southern Life ar
nan seeking protection fi
'otection combined in an
1If you die fron
2 If you die from
3 If you die bet
4 If you live to a
5If you become to
have no further p
Lt From $1,000 Up to !|
me furt-her nnr..
Office 'Phone 213 Residence 'Phone 398
DR. E. C. OV/EN,8
Laurens, S. C.
I AM AT YOUR SER VICE OFFICE
AT ANY IHOUR PU TNA M'S I)RIU(; STORE
Dr. Chas. A. Cromer
VETERINARY SURGEON & DENTIST
Service Day and Night
Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
I'clephones: ResidIence 201; Office .153
Office at Posey's Drug Store.
We open complete lines of Silks and
Dress Goods of every description. These
embrace the latest fabrics for the season,
Madras and Percales. Special mention is
made here of Dress Ginghams, the best
value we have offered for many seasons.
Ladies' Shirt Waists in Georgette Crepe,
Crepe-de-Chene and Lawns. The Hosierf
Stock shows choice numbers in Silk and
Silk Lisle in all colors, with a complete line
of Notions and Neckwear.
W. G. Wilson & Co.
nomical Endowment Policy
r-it is so simple a child could understand it
mself. Just consider its main points, enum
:o talk to you.
10,000.00 POLICY ARE:
0your beneficiary wil $15,000
(30, your' benenciary w"$2 0 0
,your benef eiury wil7 $10,000
d after first payment you will
face of policy at death and 1 00
$10,090 Issued to Any One Person
~RElI.( COUNTY BY: _____
Laurens, S. C.
ny, Laurens, S. C.
ton, S. C.
11, S. C.
Shoals, S. C.
ritain Inn, S. C.
4, Special Agent
lit(liOICY TAVERtN Ni1's.
Iickory Tavern, March 2-1.-Capt.
W. It. Ilichey, of L,aurens, made a talk
II Overseas 10xperiences last Wednev.
Mirs. Igula Dolt cailed on Mirs. C. C.
3axon Sunday evening.
-*lisses 'Cora tLeague and Hazle Boll
vere the attractive guests of M rs. .1.
0. Sumierel Sunday.
.\lt. .1. L. ,lBaldwin and family and
kiiss Sara Roper were the spen d-thc
lay guests of Rev. W. A. Baldwin and
Th It. A.'s met with Mrs. .1. W.
Ileasonl S unday afternoon atnd a good
)rogralm was carried out. 'Tlie follow
g imelibers were present: Ilradiey
toper, Ilorace and J. C. League, l'en
tie Italdwin, Telford and I'riest [loll
Ind Walter Saxon. The visitors .wet
\lisses Cora Bolt, Janie ilaldtvin and
The teachers of IHickory Tavernii,
\lisses Wyatt and Crawford. spent the
wek-end at their respective hom.,
.a:sley and ile West.
Iletvt. Johnl Thompson has rtjturned
o Clemson after visiting his parIlts
or- a few days.
MOT!HIER! GIVE CHILD
"SYRUP OF FIGS" IF
If cross. feiveriss, siek, bitions, lean
little lim 4er antd bowels.
A laxative today saves a sick child
tom'orrow. Children simply vwill not
take Ih, time from play to empty their
howeis, which become clogged u1p with
waste, liver gets sluggish, stoinach
Look at the tongue, "mother! If coat
04d, or- your child is listless, cross, fey
erish. breath bad, restles, doesn't. eat
heartily, fill of cold 1has sor e
throat. or an yother e ildri's al.1
ients. give a teaspoonf 1,.f "Califor
Iia Syrup of Figs". 1 lien don't worry
because it is perfectly ha rmless, and in
a few hours all this onstiipation pois
on, souri' bile and frmeniting waste
will gently Iove out of the bowels, and
you have a welt, playful child again.
A thoronai h - .- .- -
times all that is necessary. It shoild
bv the first treatment given in any
Ileware of coununrfeit fig syrups. Ask
yourit druggist for a bottie of "Callfor
nia S.yrup of Fits." which has full di
roctions for hablies. chihlen of all ages
and for grown-ups plainly printed on
the hottle. Look varefutlly and see that
it is mad1. by the "Califoriia Fig Syruipi
N C I NG
e--A New Eco
id 'I rust Company policy
r both his family and hi
y otlyer policy, we want I
IEFITS OF A $
1 natural causes before age
iccidental causes bdfore age
wveen age ') anid age
ge 70, you yourself wvill re
tally and permanently disable
remmums to pay, vill receive
receive each month.
1l0,000--Not More Tha:
EPRESENTED IN LAL
Theodore B. Sumerel
Laurenb Tru~st Compa
Jno. Downs Bell, Clin
E. B. Rasor, Cross Hi]
H. L. Rasor, Ware
F. W. Welborn, Fou
ROY C. SIMPSOl