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TV IERSViL.EL NEWS.
'Tyelrsvile, Aug. 17.--Quite a large
congregation attended services at
Ea-ntly Springs Sunday. 1)r. .ohn 0.
Wilson of Lander College, delivered
u very interesting sermon.
Alt. P-. II. iBalley, of Iea Ii ge.I ,
ipelit (unday with .\r. and .\lrs. T.
P1. Poole and famlily.
Miss Irene Dillard, of Clint:on, is
visiting .\lisses l1ula and I.uey Dont
Miss Lillie Peterson has retur'nel
3loie after a visit to relatives in
Alisses Tennor ando Ottis Glenn and
brot'her, Dewitt, visited Mr. and Mrs.
T. P. Poole and family last week.
Mr. Ilugh Donnan of Clinton, is
ipent'lding his vacation with relatives
Mr. Ilugh .Myers spent Sunday with
Messrs Furman and .oshua Poole.
(Dr. John 0. Wilson, president of
lander college. spent the week-enld
with Mr. and Mlrs. T. P. Poole and
Mr. W. M. liyers spent Sunday with
Mr. and Nrs. .1. W. Donnan -and famt
.M1r. Furman Poole spent last week
in -the mountains of North Carolina.
returning home by way of Chick
tElrings and G;reenville.
Miss Maggie Peterson of ILaurt ens,
dis visiting relatives; inl the neighbor
Rev. Will Meadows of Aross .\n
chor. assisted Rtev. .1tists in the
fneeting that, was held at Sandy
Springs last week.
Mr. Niles( Clark. (it Clinton spent
Sunday with relatives here.
In lleautifuil .1oun1inn.
Green Park. N. ,., Aug. 12.-The
beautiful iliowing Rock (ountry, inI
northtwestern Nrth Carolina, is now
tilled with visitors viewing the match
le!.s s retcry there spread ottt as if
rolled down from the clouds, at an al
titude of .1,:00 feet; and enjoying the
refreshing healthfulness of this de
lightful chmate, peculilarly its owna.
Among the two hundred guests at
the Green Park Iotel are Mr. and Mrs.
T. D. Darlington, and their two charm
ing daughters, Miss Lucy Vance and
Miss Claudia I., of I aurens, S. C., who
are adding, In a delightful manner,
to the social circle of the happy peo
ple gathered here. .\lrs. Darlington
Is generally regarded as one of tite
'prettiest inat.rons here this season,
and now numbers all of the guests as
her warm friends. Iloth she lnd her
daughters enter into all of the festivi
-ties and games with pleasittg grace
and heartiness. Mr. Darlington bears
a very striking likeness to President
Woodrow Wilson, and wears a liat
very much after tlie fashlotn of the
helief excutive-and ott iore than one
occasion has been tak en for the Presi
WHO ('AN )PO('T' SWORN TENSTI.
14ONY OF HO0NENTl ('ITI/.ENS.
Some time ago I1 begn thte use of
your Swanp-Root witlI the most re
aarkable results. For years I was
almtost a wt'rk attd wa'is a gr'eat sutf
for-er. Tihe doctors whlo t reated mte
'made me helieove that tty great suf
ferinrg wereC (due to femtale trtoubtlei. I
was so bad atI times I wvoutld fa it
away anti had sinkinig spells. lital ly
a new doctot' wvas called in and he
.said that I had kidttey trtouble and
gave me mtedilcine, of whtich I took
several bottles. I obtaitned some re
lief from this lbut I was gottittg weak
er all the time; .1 could tnot. sleep and
suffered so mtuc(h itain tlta t my Itus
'band nd chlldr'en htad to Iift' tme in
antd out of bedl. A ftei' this titme two
frien sentt tme wotrd to'trzy Swamip
-Root, wihi I did, and t atn glad to
irtate thtat the irtst dlose gavie met greant
relief. After taking Ithe thtird dose I
was helped ittto bed and slept half of
.I totok sr~veral bot tles otf Swamp
Root and I feel thtat I owe my life to
'this wonderful remiedy'. 'The two famn
ily doctors sa1( id tat I coul d not. live
three monthIs. I wvould htave to be
helped in and ot (of bed( ten to twent
ty times every night, After takinig l)r'.
l(Ilmer's Swamtp-Ilootfo (two dW(ays
I was ntryfre f'o:in gettinig up
andt( coutld sleep sounditly.
.\ts ). 10. lileitan,
'Tuntneltont, WV. Va.
Pe'rsonal ly app;~iere be'fore nte, this
11th of Sejptembtter, 190P N\lrs. i ). J.
:iIliemnan, whto sub scribeind the abhove
statem('nt andi( made eamhI that the
'samie is Itru(' in sublstance ;and in fact.
,JosephI A. Miller,
Send tn ('(nts to i )r. Ni;lmter & C'o.,
~lilinamtton, N. Yt., for' a sampleb size
Ibottl e. It wvI 'ill ovincet'~i Inyone . Yott
'will ailso reOcei(e ai btookiet 01 valua
ble iniforma,'ioni, tllinig abot the kid
neOys ail bla'li'. Whient writintg, be
sure and me(n In te L.atur'ens Ad
vertiser. lteguilart iftv-cetit awld one
diollair size t~ottles for sale at all dIrug
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Buiddinig
Woildd "Make 'Em Sweat."
In his speech 'in Darlington last
St:turday the governor said:
"Ile would be nominated for the
Senate and for the next six years I
am going to make 'em it lanti-Blease
ties) sweat just like now."
'I'le following is part of the ple"ige
vhich Governor illease as a candi
(IItt for senator has taken:
"I will s11pport tle principles ad(11
policies of the Deiocratic party dur
1.ing the ter : of 0111ce for which I ma1.1y
be elected. and work In ACCOU)
wthi - ny DI).\lOCRVI'IC ASSOCI
ATKS iII Coniglress Onl all1 party (Iles
low would Governor hlease, as
senator. make that old "anti-Blease
Ite." lin Tillman, "sweat" and at the
same time keep Ilis pledge?
Ilow does it colliort with tile "Till
mnttit !es" of Tirzah aind Lisbon and
other rural districts of South Caro
Uina to send Mr. Dlease to Washington
to Itake Ben Tillain "sweat"?
If you "hIkensetes" In 'harleston
want. Somethlig dotte at the White
ituse for your navy yard, or your
garrison at Fort 3onltrie, or your
hat rbior, or your ile furanit station,
would you itsk 3r. Ililense or 31r. TI'ilI
man1111 to introduce you at the White
Or, )oui "Hleaseltes" of George.
towln If you wan11 W ted to reutest, the
War llDepartment. Secretary (larrison's
departlimett. (4) help you InI Some m114at.
ter connected with the anttee river
tr llt dre(iduling of your harbor, would
youl rather hale a Selnator Smlit-1h orl
a Senator ellse to speak i 1ord inI
Garrison's Car for yo.
Yol "Ileastlites" iRe Ilion of Colm
mon sense. \'ote for Blease, yell for.
Blease. pL't youl throats anid burst
you I IiIgs for Ilease a.i you like. bit
answer inl your1 owln titind!
Hiow much0 1olid at senlatr 1.1Inl
Washingtfon trvingl time andk thoughrit
for "11h14 nevx six .3eurs" 141 mak1hing9
Ie "a It- (i-'ateseites" inl South Caro-,
im ",eat" iELP 101'
(;o 01hl Id. "Blcasevitos." go r-ight in,
tlle water's fine,.
No. we tiolnt wailt t1' (Coverlm'tol'
klcIvd slna.tl, We walit a seniator
who inl Wasital'ton li has lelpiestilled
aill ilh( people. w.ho wouild wor-k for
Ch arlestol .s 'Tillitma has wvorked
for CI har les tit thout.h C harlestn011
vot(d amguilllst him, who wotild know
iecther "Illeaselte" nor "'Inti-Ilease
ite" who would find no pleasure inl
ntakling alt Souti Cairolina Democrat
And here tind now, (it the respion
Sibility of this ieWIl-impCr. 11eP eIIdar
for E. 1). Siith, for L. II. Jeniings
and Wv. P. Iollock, to youi "Blease.
1ies," that no one of theisii If elected
senator, will make ainy (if you "sweat,"
but rather will work for. yout when
ever you have any fair proposition to
advantce, as at seinator repre~senting fihe
Democratic peopl(e of South ('arolinait
Should work for YOU.
To us, It does nRot seem generous
or fair or right that you "Bloaseltes"
should try to send a senator to Wash
Ingtol who says Ie wotind 1ntitish its,
would "inake us sweat" for six years,
he)aise we prefer to vote for another
candidate, bit you are entitled to your
opinion, you art'e fiee agents. adill if
yout think that is what a I)emttocratIc
sn1at1:or should do, why, as youiRr Gov
ernor01 would Say, "we Can't* help it."
Mr. Smlith Is, now a senlator. The
wriri r if these words voted against
him in 1968. lIt he has itmade tno
war on the "anti-Smithites" of that
le slitaills I InWshmiton for all the
Deiocrati liolie (if Soit t'arolin
aind filr the Woodrow Wilson Delemo
cratic party Ilinte U'nited States.
Some of you "' leites" tmighty
few aecor'diln.g to our in foimnat o)
ar'e ('otiiser's. Silppose the gr'eat
being "'anii-illeaseiies"' should ask
a Si'noior illoase to stuport a htill
affec titng t he o(ot tont mtarket. I oni't
youi thuik hie wouldl ''iiake '('mi
wat 1?'' And ( doni't you thlin k, if ho
d I, you1'' "lleaseite (' ottion ra iser's,
you1 would( ''sweat'' wIth 'emii?"
I lowecver' what~t's thie 1se? Ytou kniow
F-ltte says.'' .luttn r'ighit in; ithe wa
I er's Ii ne. IPerha~tps If' you sond youri
mnii to Wt~ashinigton lie will have the
Sra tioun ('atinug ot of his hantd In less
than a w~eek, while the "'ati-Itlease
itos"' 'sweat'! -T~'he1 Stat o.
Wake tip your' liver. A laziy lliver
brin's 011 the wotrst of dilsease's. TFake
1. y-VEH-LA.X nowt. Htays hPharmtacy.
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line lIluff, ..uig. II--.\lossrs (Gus
('oats, .1. I". Grifli, II. .\tl. 'JTuirn(r andl
it. W. andie .\i. (;. I oazmn at teniided
reunioin att i'ion churchei last Sat
twa s t a'(recen t. v ti of .\ir. and .\l's.
WN. (I., Iloazmana's family.
.\lrs. Ia ker' TarrantIi , otf Grteeniwood,
is the gue(st. of It. W. Itrownt's famtily.
.\I is s .\lary Pirotwin will r'etrin to
hitltiloe this week.
Ar. G army I oazitnan hats eniteed lie
Misses I ~ydlia l'i'Turneri and (I l izimath ..
11111 spen11t thie week-end with Mr ll . J1. 8.
.\lr'. .1. II. Camiipbell hadl htis hand
cut last wee'k wh'itle preparing heel' r
for the miar'ket.
M1iss I 11ulah 'PTurneri, of .\ot tvillec. t
visited II. S. Griffnt's reently,'t
Mi'. WN. I. Adair's family are det'- v
t aininrg a host of thir relatIves thisit t
TIhte meetli ng at JHethahai'a closed I
last Friday night. Rev. WV. P. Tui'ner i1
wasi assistedl by R1ev. J1. A. Martin. Y
LiAV-VEl-LAX tones up the system, I
stimlatets the Liver to work In harm- I
ony with the other organs. Ouaranteedt
to give satanfaction. flays Phnarmay
J.- C. Burns
CLOSING OUT S
All Summer Gi
We have cut the prices so deep unti
And you can see it if you will co
Iron Racket. Come and get yc
while they are going. D
MOW IS Y
LADIEW 1 SlEMMMR DRESS SKIRTS AND SlllRT
WAISTS GOING NOW.
5(t- W aist. sale prite .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .34
751 ist sal' prive ..... .... .... .... .... .... .. .45
$I.00 W aist. sale price .... .... .... .... .. ...... .69
$1.25 W auist. sale pri e .... .... .... .... .... .... .84
$2.00 \\' list. sale price ..... .... .... .... .... .. ... 1.19
Skirts sae rivves as WVaist.
S Spjseial "ale prices oi all Dress Goods and Doiest ics. We
mahe Iliv priev if you are ga.lme to buy.
'losing out sale on all 'Men's Underwear .19, .29, .39 and
.69 for the $1.00 kind.
v Special lot of Girl's Miidy llouses going in this sale at. .45
SPECIALS IN DRUG DEP'ARTMENT.
All .$I.0 Bottles of Standard Medicines, sale price.. .. .79
All 50e botiJtles, sale priee .... .... ......... .... .. .39
All 25e bottles, sale pri(e .... .... .... .... .... .. .19
The above prices will be withdrawn after ten lays. Buy
your elidicilnes now.
AL (I2 CIILDREIN'S DRESSES CLOSING OUT.
75v Dresses elosing oit .... .... ...... .... ......... .47
$1.00 Dresses closing out.... .. ...... ........... .69
$1.50 Dresses elosing out ...................... .94
*2.00 1)resses Closing out .. . ... .... ... 1.19
Remember IED l(ON BACK ETF sells very near. everything
you nOiy nee d. Dry (Goods, Clothing, hats, Shoes, Millinery.
Noit ions, inmbroider. Rtibbons, Dress Goods, badies, and
Children's Ready to Wear, Trunks, Suit. ('ases, Rugs, (Art
Squar ies $1.98) , Wintdow Shades, Cur it ain P ol es, Laee C ur i
ains. Towels, ll[andkerchijefs, P~an ts, Overalls, Shirt s, Uni
dlerweari. 'l'iniiware, (1laisswarie, Crockery, Enamecled ware,
( 'hurns31, lFlower~ PoJts. Dru'igs, Toblacco, Cigar is, C igaret ts. St a
tina ry. C'andyl, .Jewelriy, Watches, Cloeks, Toilet Soa ps, Tal
'inn Pi owdeirs. Ext r'aiets, Shoe P'ol ishes, WVash ing Soa ps, lIlu]e
ig. Starch, Washing P owdlers and1( hundrelPds of oJthler it emls we
havein't t imie nor1 space to mention.l This whbole newspaper~
would niot he enuoughi spatce to list (our entire stock.
A\ll Millin(ery going at a sac ifitie. We. wiill maike the pric e
Come to the Red Iron Racket's B
limited. Get 'em while they
- Price -Cutters Big Cloi.
REDHOT210 West Le
Suimmeir ('onstipa'lthm Danlgrouls. I~ h rul tr
1(ore dallngrerous than111 ini the fall, w in-inse'he.fke(h nei111'''a
eri or. sping. Thle 100(d you eat Is of- ltkeJyiiloesrglrn1(
an 'Ol cnainailited antd is more li kely o wllaidtC~(Isee.Fo
fermien t in y'our stomalchi. Then ilCyaldec'.
on ar'e apt to dr~ink muciih old1 wa- opie akIulin. Poe2
:r during the hot wveather, thus in- Jow egan C .F~o~i
.uing your stomrach1. Colle, Fever, W .Kih
'tomaine Poisoning and other ills are F~JO4 RTIRTN ~H
atural results. P'o-Do-Lax will keet t a
oil well, as it increnses tile Htle, the
atural laxative. which r1(1s tile how- aae .C
Is of the congested poisonous' waste.Ptm" iD
o-Do-Lax will make youi feel better..
'leasant and effective. Tfake a dose
migttsc a keepugit.O yourNbowels rBulank.
S OF COST.
Dods Must Go!
I it looks like the goods can feel it.
me and look around in the Red
ur share of these good things
on't wait, don't hesitate.
PlAICK IS A IIIHRO.
Doit itke too much advise. Keep to the he(Irl. Risk
your own .iudgment and buy your goods of .. C. Burns
& Co., the hliouse that always sells saie goods for less,
and nlow lower the prites go again.
10 boxes (of 5v) Matehes, Red ot . .25
S eakes (of 5v) Lamidry Soap .... .... .... .... .... .25
7 pkgs (of 5v) Washing Po wder ............... .25
15 eakes Laindry Soap ........................ .25
Ladies' (10e) Black 1lose, sale priee .............. .07
Ladies' (15e) Hose, sale price .................... .10
Men's (0c) Hose, sale price ..................... .07
Men's (15v) Linen Collars, sale price .... .... .... .. .07
Men's (15') and 20e) Ties, sale price .............. .10
Men's (25e) Ties, sale price ........... .... .... .15
M en's (39e) Ties, sale price .... .... .... .... .... .25
Men's Suspenders, sale price .... .... .... .... .... .08
Men's Suspenders, sale price .... .... .... .... .... .13
Men's Suspenders (36c quality) ..................... .23
Ladies' Corsets 'Special elose out of .50, .75, $1.00 Corsets.
Your piiek of the lot it .25 for 10 days only.
1 lot of liadies' Slippers, woith $1.25, closing out 4......50
1 lot Children's Slippers, worth $1.00 to $1.50, close out .50
1 lot Men's Slippers, worth $2.50 up to $3.50, close out 1.50
1 lot St raw IHats, worth 15v to 25e. close out ..... .... .. .10
1 lot Straw 1lats vlosing out at. just one half off.
$1.00 Hints for ......... .... .... . ... .... .... .... .50
$1.50 Ilit for ................................ .75
A few I'aunama llats to close:
$3.00 lats .................................. $1.50
$6.00 I its .... .... .... .... ... . .... .... . ... .. 3.00
Now is the time to buy you dress pattn (heap-.
7 yards of Lawn or Callico for .... .... .... ........25
(6 yards of' yard't-wide Il'ereale for............ .... .........45
7 yards of~ le'aney Crepe ......... ..................59
An a11 lot of flue Dress Goods8 at elose out prices.
50e' Imbroidery F~lonneing for .... ........ ..........29
75e inmbroidery' Ilounci ng for .... ........ ..........39
$1 .00) Imbroider'y F'loumn'ing for .... ............. ....67
25c quliity Embhroidery for .... ............ .....12 1.2
15Se quality R ibbon for ..............................10
20e quality Ribbon for ............. .................15
25e and 30e Ribbons .... .... .... .... ... .........18
10e Ribbons .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .......07
~g Closing Out Sale. Our time is
ire Hot. ALL--A--BOARD.
Out Sale "MaigRoom
UNDERTAKING ICures Old sores, Other Remedies Won' ii
Th wrtcesno matter of how longuaor g.
KENNEDY BROS., C -*" ;:'lac"iao. it,
Undertakers and Embalmers25,5,$.0
Calls answered any hours, day or night. N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
LA URENS, S. C.
____ ____ ____ DIAL & TODD
Af forners at Law
lil. CIFT N JNES Enterprise Bank Buiding, Laurens, S.C.
Dentist PRACTICE IN A LL COURTS
omc.I. S~uisBullhag emuy to Ioanu en Reoal Estate-Long .
thane- Offne ti. 86: Raneldnuceo etna