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Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
500 In Peoples Bank Building.
N. 2. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Interprise Bank Buldings,
Laurens, S. C.'
PRACTICID IN ALL COURTS
Long Time Loans Negotiated.
ndertakera and Embalmers
ails answered any hour day or night.
Simpson,Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Wl Practice In all State Courts
fts9Pt Attention Given An Business
Blackwell & Sullivan
AT'ORNEYS AT LAW
"IMePt attention given to all business
?oney to Joan OD Seal Estate
('C. Phone ' Residence Phone 96
Ofti 'none Building
9. t, Featherstene W. B. Knight
FEATIERSTONE A KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens. S. C.
AA Busin @8 Intrusted to Our Can
1 In Have Irompt and Careful Atte.
Office over Palmetto Bank
itr. F0eatherstono will spend Wednes.
IaY of each week in Laurens.)
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
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Cures The Cough
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(Opens the Pores and Penetrates)
For Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup, is enclosed with -every bot
tle of HAYES' HEALING HONEY
You gct the Cough Syrup and the Salve
for one price, 3S~c.
Made Recommended and Guaranteed to
Paris Medicine Company
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
The Quinine That Does Not Affect the HaaG
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ook for the signature of iC, IV. GROVE. 30c.
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JAP ASKS REASONS
Says Mexioans and FRipinos are Free.
ly Admittedto America.
Tokio, Feb. 27.-In the House of
Peers today a member presented an
interpellation regarding the terms and
the period of enforcement of the "gen
tlemen's agreement" concluded in 1907
bethveen Japan and the United States
and asked whether the said agreement
is intended to be kept in force forever.
He stated that he had heard that the
regulgt n of emigration was enforced
more strictly by the Japanese authori
les than by the Americans. He wanted
to know the reason why Japanese are
being subjected to such regulations
while the Mexican and Filipinos are
freely admitted to America.
M. Shidehara, vice minister of for
eign affairs, replied that the so-called
"gentlemen's agreement" did not ex
Ist. There was a voluntary declara
tion made by Japan for regulating the
influx of Japanese to America. It
means that no Jaipanese may emigrate
but that those 'w1o are already in
America arc free to call their families
The Imperial government is bound
to live up to its declaration, he said.
Many a time anti-Japanese laiws are
understood jo have been brought be
fore Atmerican legation, 'but owing to,
and in aippreciation of Japan's efforts
all such anti-Japanese measures have
failed to pass. The said declaration
will be kept in force for some time yet,
It may Ibe abolished when the Japanese
immigrants convince the American au
thorities their presence is no cause of
danger to American institutions.
Soldiers and widows not now on -the
pension roll are requested to read with
Under the recent act of the legisla
ture all surviving soldiers of the war
1861-65, and all widows married prior
to 1890 and who are 60 years of age,
are entitled to enrollment. A resi
dence in the State for 5 years is re
All applications must be signed be
fore the Probate Judge, on blanks sent
out by the State Pension department,
and attested to by two witnesses.
For 'he 'purpose of carrying out this
act and to avoid crowding, applica
tions will be heard in the following
April 2nd-Youngs and Dials Town
April 3rd-Sullivan, Waterloo and
April 9th-Jacks and Scuffletown.
April 14-15-Laurens Township.
Applicants must give the Company
and Regiment, name of Captain, (late
of enlistment, date of discharge. If a
widow, date of marriage and date of
Don't forget that all applicants
must prove service by two witnesses
and appear on the lay designated for
the township. And that this notice is
for those only who are not now on
t-he 'Pension roll,
0. G. T HOM PSON,
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITII PEPSIN" is a specially
iprepared Syrup Tionic-L axative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
shiould be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates Very lieasant to Take. (60c
Little Feet Work hlavoc
On Ordinary Vloore
You can keep fogg' in
Perfect c~ndit)i and
protect thern inst heet
marks ai~sy iitchea with
Dries Over Night
and gives your floors at beau ti
Comes in nine colors.
Ask for Color Card'
FREE,-1lustrated Booklet: "Hlomeot
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LArltnne srlnwan XII.(0
IN EVENING GOWNS
Formal Apparel Shows Tendency
to Sheath Draping.
Oliver Motifs and Jade Tulle Over
Satin-Tunics Are Edged
Brilliant we must be if we are to
dress for the evening in any of the
new frocks. The only. choice left us
is that between two manners-that is
the brilliancy of color or brilliancy
of light reflected from spangles and
A few of the more conservative
women still wear the browns and
blacks of the early season, and these
serve as a background to make the
other frocks a'ppear still more brill
liant. With the amount of spangles,
sequins and metallic tissues used this
would hardly appear necessary, but
the lively shades of rose and purple
are decidedly charming. A genius at
scenie effects could hardly select a
medley of colors with better results
than was notable one evening lately
at a small affair where the rose color
and silver tissue frocks flashed up as
vivid notes in contrast to the brown
and black velvet gowns worn by the
majority of the women.
One cannot help but note that most
of the formal evening gowns show a
decided tendency to the sheath drap
ing, and so closely is the hem drawn
In that it would not be possible to
use lage in this manner. Heavier ma
terials serve as foundations and over
draperles of tulle or chiffon may or
may not exist. One thing is evident,
and that is a complete lack of any
thing bordering on the quaint or un
sophisticated. Frocks of this type are
strictly reserved for the jeune fille.
Among the tight, sheathlike gowns
is one described as of green jade
tulle over a satin foundation, the
tulle embroidered in motifs of silver
and tufts of feathers. Another is of
black tulle embroidered in gold and
black. This model also makes use
of the feather trimming in black.
Callot's evening gowns, recently ex
hibited in Paris, are described as al
together wonderful. One of black silk
muslin Is shrouded in embroidered
tulle. A long piece lgte a stole trails
from the back of the neck to the hem
of the skirt, although part of it is
lost from sight underneath the skirt.
Low and round at the neckline, it
is edged with jet embroidery and
strings of the jet fall from each shoul
Cheruit Is sponsor for long evening
gowns, longer than Callot shows hers,
who, however, modiflqs the shortness
by a narrow panel-lik'e train.
Paquin's evening gowns are also
long, an effect produced by elongated
panels on irregular Ingtbs of mate
FOR AFTERNOON OR STREET
aiern Ne.wasppr Unionh
Tlhis charming frock of blue serge
with black satin fringed sash and very
stylish embroidered panel, is a beau
tiful model for afternoon or sitreet
Wash Suits for Children.,
Despite the facet that theire has been
considIerable talk ini cotton goods lines
about price cutting antd catnceliations,
manufacturers of ciildre'H waish iits
are at ill- din g a good business. Withi
the exepti(ion of the causes of a few
SmaollI retil ers thlere halve~ b eun very
fewv (nneellations, antd fi rmsu are work
ing on the lairge ordeiirs that they~, ri'
ceivved for spinitg diivery. Mi iDaury
styh.'s re big sellers, andiu it is er
pectedl tht they will continuie 110 dur
lmr the 9mrxt seon.
In Farm Use
The thing that saves time or labor or both is
Lalley-Light saves time and labor.
It does so by providing better light and electric
Its light is always ready - Because, in seven years,
always reliable--at a ve~ry every plant sold h as
low operating cost- turned out to be an
Its power is always thereto eooy
run the churn, the separa- Onr'tsioil r
tor, the washing machine. rayfryui oke
We are perfectly safe in
saying that Lalley-Light
will be an economy on
your farm. plant free.
HARNEY ELEC-TRIC CO., Laurens, S. C.
Southern States Supply Co., columwa, s. C., Distributors for S. Carolina
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