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Laiiford Station, Doc. 4.?Mrs. Min
nie Willis spent Saturday night and
Sunday In Gray Court.
Misses Ellle Pranks and Flossie
Lanford and Mr. P. A. Thomas spent
Thanksgiving here with Mr. J. R.
Mrs. M. G. Patterson spent Thurs
day In Greenwood.
Mrs. M. C. Cannon and Miss Nora
spent Thanksgiving in Spartnnburg.
Mr. W. A. Thomas was painfully,
though not seriously hurt last week by
falling from a loaded wagon, be is
some better at this writing.
Mr. Willis Hellatns was burled here
Sunday. Rev. Mr. McCain conducting
Mr. John W. Johnson is at home for
the Johnson-Ryers wedding,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. .V. Q. Parson,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Flem
ing, a son, December 4th.
Mrs. D. C. Martin Is visiting at the
home of Mr. B. H. Moore.
Miss Ola Burdett visited in Wood
Mrs. 11. W. Lanford improves very
Dr. Bryson of Ora was in town Mon
d: y on professional business.
Mr. Jessie Norman spent the week
end with Mr. Royd Deshields.
Capt. J. W. Lanford was in Laurens
Monday on business.
Mr. R. W. Johnson arrived Tuesday
for the Johnson-Ryers wedding.
Mr. James Milam was In Lanford
Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. DeShlelds spent
several days here recently with Mr.
Jno. DeShields and family.
Mr. Doc Williams has moved his
family to Enoree.
Mr. Harper Higgins spent Sunday
with his parents here.
Bloodine Cough Checker will quick
ly allay that hacking irritation ac
companying a severe cough or cold.
The safest and surest remedy for chil
dren. Keep a bottle constantly at
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
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* KABLN NEWS. ?
Rabun, Dec. 4.?Mrs. Claude Was
mb of Friendship section was the
guest of Mrs. R. A. Owens Monday.
Mrs. Minnie Mahon, and Mrs. Cor
rie Gray of Eden community spent!
from Wednesday until Saturday with
their sister, Mrs. R. W. Nash of Green
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bolt and family
were visiting in Dials community
Mr. Sloan Mahon was in Laurens
Friday on business.
Mrs. Robecca Owens spent Wed
aeeday with Mrs. John Hellams of;
Mrs. G. W. Rabb and son, Joel, were
in Laurens Friday on business.
Mr. Robert Nash and family made
a flying trip to Greenville Thursday'.
in their automobile.
Mrs. Emily Woods after spendPiK
several days with Mr. and Mrs. Stew
art Mahon, returned home Wednes
Misses Mae and Allle Rabb spent
Thursday with Miss Vivian Owens in
Prof. M. D. Fulrncr of Travellers
Rest was the v;? tor of Mr. Jirn Lewis
Mahaffey Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Vance gave a
"good old" turkey dinner to a few of
their friends Thursday. Those pres
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Vane- of Au
gust Cross Rroads, Miss Bettle Weeks,
ihe Rabun teacher, Mr, and Mrs. T.
F. Rabb, and son Houston, and Mr.
Ellie Babb. Mr. anil Mrs. Vance know
how to entertain their friends and
make them have a good time.
Mrs. Dora Rabb of Eden community
spent Friday with Mrs. T. F. Rabb.
Mr. L. II. Roper of Laurens Is
spending a few days with his broth
er, Mr. Charlie Roper.
Misses Nannie Kate Armstrong and
Wllkes of Laurens spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
nFUK IS A KE3IERY
THAT WILL CURE SKIN
AM) SCALP AFFECTIONS
And We Can Pro\e It.
''The Laurens Drug Co. Hays to every
person bo It man, woman or child who
has an Irritated, tender, inflamed, Itch
ing SKIN or SCALP, you need not suf
fer another day. "We havo a refined
skin preparation that acts instantly
and will bring you swift and suro re
One warm bath with ZEMO SOAP
and one application of ZEMO and you
W\\l not suffer another moment and
you will soon seo a cure In sight.
ZF,MO and ZEMO SOAP aro proven
cures for every form of skin or scalp
affections. They pro sold by one lead
ing druggist In every city or town In
Amorlea and in Laurens by l aurens
It KD IRON RACKET.
Closing out their big stock of goods
to get ready to rebuild March the 1st,
1912. It will pay you to buy your
goods now at J. C. Burns & Go's, cut
Mndden, Dec. 4.?Thanksgiving Day
In our little city, as usual passed very
quietly.. Most of the male portion,
men aud boys, spent the day In hunt-<
ing. However, there were no acci
dents and very little game?possibly
the birds and sly old "Brer Rabbit"
were at meeting
"Where Jack In the pulpit preached
Under the green trees just over the
And where I might add. their hu
man brothers had better been.
Several family reunions wore held
near here on Thanksgiving day. At
Mr. Whltl Martin's at the Thanksgiv
ing dinner there wore four genera
Mrs. Thurman Finley entertained
her cousins, the Misses Carrie and
Mamie LangSton and little Annette
Culbertson and her sister. Miss Mottle
Cunningham, Thursday last.
Mr. Conway Martin and little daugh
ter, Elizabeth, of Orn were the
Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs.
P. H. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Martin and Mr.
and Mrs. Bee Culbertson wore visi
tors recently to their parents near
Some of the young people here at
tended a social at Mr. John Brown's
Little Misses Mary and Vlrgle Mar
tin of Laurens spent their holiday
with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Finley, as did also Miss Fannie
Iludgens with her grandmother, Mrs.
Mrs. Ella Moore, her daughter. Miss
Bess, and the hoys were recent guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Thad Moore.
Miss Juanita Martin spent Thanks
giving in Spartanburg with her friend,
Miss Nina Poole.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Finley of Mt.
Pleasant section visited their broth
ers. G. H. and P. W. Finley a few
A Large Boulder Fell in Front of a
Passenger Train Golne at Fifty
Miles an Hour.
And it was almost miraculous that
everyone of the two hundred pas
sengers were not crushed to death.
When you read such startling head
lines in the dally papers, did you e.er
stop to think how many lives are be
ing crushed out daily by atones* in the
bladders of hundreds of human be
ings, because no remedy waa ever
known to medical science that would
remove them until bloodlne waa dis
covered; aad dince bioodine ha* been
found to he a specific for this terrible
affliction, it baa had the most phenom
enal sale throughout the Bast and
West of any remedy ever known.
Thousands of bottles having been sold
In a single da7 la many of the large
If you are suffering with atone In
the bladder, aching palna over hips,
backache. sediment or deposit in ur
ine, irritation of the bladder, pain In
urinating, rheumatlxn. uric acid In the
blood, sudden stoppage of the urine,
highly colored or milky white urine,
pass blood or mucus In urine, reten
tion of urine, straining after urinat
ing, thick or sluggish urine, soyatltus
Inflammation <A Madder, catarrh of
bladder or bowel, puff Ines? under
eyes, voracious appetite, thirst, gall
Btobes, gravel, pain In urethra, swol
len ankles, dimmed vision, specks be
fore the eyes, scanty urine, frequent
calls, mouth dry, biliousness, drib
bling, lumbago, weakness, loss of
flesh, irregular heart action, ulcera
tlon of the bladder, skin pale, waxy
and dry, bad odor of perspiration,
don't delay, but send to your drug
gist and get a bottle of bloodlne at
once; if he does not keep bloodlne,
you can secure a Kit weeks' treat
ment 50c, trial bottle and booklet lOc.
from The BloodlneLaboratorles, Bos
Notice Annual Meeting.
The annual meeting of the County
Board of Commissioner? of Laurens
County will be held at thd Supervis
or's Office on the 1th day of January,
1912. All persons holding claims
against the county will leave them
with the County Clerk on or before the
1st day of January as required by
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Willniriih' Indian Pile Ointment will cure
Blind, Bleeding und itching Piles, It &i>
noi t;? the tumors, allays Itching at onco,
acts as a poultice, kIvch Itixtant rHIof.
V.'i)llfirnn' Indian Pile Ointment I? pre
pai 1 for Plies and in hin? of the prlvato
pnrt DriiKLdtitn. mall 50c anil $1.00.
WILHAMS MFG. CO., Proo? . Clovelanti, Ohio
LAUREN'S I)RUG ^0.
I.aureus, S. U.
Par-a-sit-i-cide cures itch and
mange in 30 minutes. Pimples]
! and Ringworms quickly. Price
I 50c at
LAURENS DRUG CO.
60c by mail or express from
Dr. Iy. J. Sharp & Co., Commerce,
Oa. Guaranteed. "Take no
CH ICH ESTER S PILLS
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SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYVVHCRf
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Are you ready for Christmas? We are; with a whole store full
of soundly sensible gift suggestions and it will pay you to shop
here and to shop early. The early shopper is assured of better
value and better service. The articles that we list below contain
a few of the acceptables for the real pleasures. Co me and come now
Ladies' Coat Suits
Rest value ever offered in suits.
We will sell every Suit in the next three weeks.
$12.50 serge Suits will go at . $8.99
$15.00 mixed Suits will go at .$10.01)
$20.00 serge and mixed cheviot Suits ... .$16.75
$10.00 Long tan Coat, will be sold now . .$5.00
$1.25 red Sweaters only .98c
$1.75 red Sweaters, only .$1.89
$3.00 all wool, red gray and white ....$2.19
$4.00 all wool white and red Sweaters . .$3.19
Bleached ribbed Uniou Suits.48c
Bleached ribbed Under Shirts.25e
Bleached ribbed Pauia .25e
Heavy unbleached, ribbed PantB .Mc
Heavy unbleached ribbed Vests .50c
3 pair Ladles* black Hoso .25c
2 pair Ladles' black and tan Hose, with white
feet for .25c
4 pair Wonderhose, warranted to wear 4 months
All silk black Hose.50c
Black, tan and white Kid Cloves.$1.00
10-4 cotton Blankets, white
11- 1 heavy gray Blinkets ...$1.89
10-4 half wool plain Blankets.$3.19
12- 4 all wool Blankets.$1.89
Gun metal button, high toe.$1.00
Gun metal laee. high toe .$1.00
Tan button, high toe.$1.00
Tan laee. high toe.$1.00
Tan lace, high toe.$8.15
Tan. blUCher, laee.$2.95
Gun metal, lace.$2.95
Patent, button .$2.95
Heavy Gray Sweaters .4Se
Half-wool Men's Sweaters, navy, brown, white,
gray, $1.25 value now.98c
Men's undressed kid Gloves.$1.00
Men's heavy work GIovcb .48c
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Heavy fleece Under Shirts .75?
Heavy ribbed, bleached Under Suits .... .98?
Heavy ribbed unbleached Under Suits . .98c
All wool gray Under Suits.$1.98
Tan, black, navy. Half Hose, 3 pair _25c
Tan, navy, red and gray, 2 pair.25c
4 pair Wonderhose, half Hose, all colors, .9,8c
Men's all silk Hose, black navy, gray . .50c
Just the kind for a gift that all want from 25c
Black and White Strlpo.48c
White Pleated hosoin .use
Wool Shirt, gray and blue .?Se
Will be Sold in the Next Three Week at 33 per
cent discount. Buy Early.
Laurens, South Carolina