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* FRIENDSHIP NEWS. *
* S e S S * * S * S S ese~ * e
Friendship, Sept. 8.--We saw as
hard a rain fall here last Sunday af
ternoon, and also the following Tues
day as we've had for some time.
Two cars full of our .people attend
ed the Singing Convention at Warrior
Creek last Sunday and they report
sonmc good singing.
Misses Janie, Leila and Onle Pitis
spent Wednesday with Mrs. Dessle
Mrs. Mollie Coats speit last Monday
with Mrs. J.1. L. Pitts.
.Mr. and Mrs. John Madden and fam
1ly, accompan by Mr. A. J.. Coats
spent last Sunday in lionea l'ath with
*Mrs. Della 31:adden.
.lisses A(die anid Oni Pitts and
brothes. Henry and lRay vifIted their
uncle, Mr. Hlenry Pits in 'iount ville
last Friday and Saturday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Was
son. a son, on August 25th.
porn 12 .Mr. an1(l .\ls. 11. Wasson, a
daigliter on August 2Sthi.
NO REST'---NO( PEACE.
There's no peace and litle rest. for
the one who sitti.ers fron a lad hack.
and (list ressinlig kiudney disorders.
Harksdalie people reconnueld I)onn's
Kidney Pills. He gIiided % by heir. ex
Word Gairrei t, 1Iarkstdal, S. C., says:
"The .arring and jolting of the cars
weakenld my hineys and brouglit on
backache. I coldn't. lie onl my ba ck
at night and would keep I iirniing from
"id'- to side, harely ge! any :!..
at all. In the morning. I would (deel
all tired out. I passed the kidney s.
cretions too tincItelntly and(1 som1etimlies
dra:(k gallon' of Vati' il a single day.
I not ice that the kidiey se tre tions 1
were In lad shape, too. I read of
Doan's Kidni'y Pills and commeni(ed
using them. I re1,tclieved from the
first and on e loIx CompleteiIy cur'ed1
Prie te at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for' a kidney remedy-get
Doal's Nilney Pills -- lihe samte that
Mr. (arruet.t haIl. Fostir-.\lilburn Co..
1-rops., ltiff'alo, N. N.
W. M. NASH,
Terracing, Leveling, Drainage.
GRAY COURT S. C
Undertakers and Embalmer
Calls Answered anly hour iny or nilght,
Simps or,CaOper : 1Babb
Attornevm a.t Law.
W141 P'ractiee In Ill State Courts
PromPt ALteintionl (lven All iminess
N. . DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Aidorneyqs af liaw
Eniterpise Buiank Iiniinigs,
PRtACTIrCfC IN ALL COViRTS
LongiL Tim t ,nsNgti~'Iata\ atled.
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Pronmpt attentlon giveni to till btusiness
a(oniey to loan oiu Re~al Estate
Offlee Phone '9 Residence Phone 91
0111ic -m.ions Building
U. L. Featherstone WV. Ii. Knight
Attornecys nt Law
. Il ilusda n ntru si ed to 0) ur ('arc
tOu'ic'e oiter Plmehtictto Itantk
11iny of eachl wee'-k in ILanrens.)
J. ROY CRAWFORD
Plats, Traclings, lItue Prints, Etc.
Telephone /20 ClInton, S. O,
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina'
Offiee in Peoples Bank BuIlding.
DR. W. F. FLOWERS
" G raduateo with 12 Yearst Experience
Dentist anti Surgical Work
P'osey's Drug Store
HAUGH B. CUNINGHAM
CIVIL E:NOINEEli (MI. A. S. 0. E'S.)
8ttfRVEYS-E'Sf(0NS AND) 00N
In Steel, Concrete, Wood.
WA WERLO00, - - S. C.
Cae amet Bn, areS.C
LANFORD NEWS. *
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'Lanford, Sept. 10.-The sick of our
:ommuinity are slowly improving.
Alr. J. V.. .Johnsoni left Sunday for
Woodr'uiff where le will work for a
Our boys are mlakding preparations
inow to leave for college. .\ir. Lonie
Gianiford goes to 11. M. I.; Mlessrs
Jamies 'Fleming Fred Cox, and Sainuel
Drummond to Furman l'niversity;
tn(d Charles Wadi(Ie) to La tIen1 high
whool. Our11 school started Monday
mtiorntiing with .\liss Lucile Cox, pril
i al,.liss Grtecnt of Greenville, inter
lediate and .\liss Sara Nalce of Due
West, pr-imlary. \\e hlope for themil
t StIeCessmulil year, and extend to themil
t hearty wvelcomei in ourl mlidst, and
>ill cooperati(ol inl all that will he for
Ale betterment of Our commun1111ity.
Mlr. Iov DshbIelds of Cross Anchor
;pelt the week-en1d with Mr. Yaes
.Nlss 1 Naii Cox of I Gra y ('Ourt't
qpent a few days w tIth relativ'es (III'
lig tihe Imieeilug.
Our whole coliitilt 'y was sh1ocked
ts well as saddeiled last wee( by Ihe
leath of Mrs. Doela Marti o(f o reen
Ile, foripally a residetnt of this see
loll. She was huriled ilea1' ler0. ll In th
liss Carry% Lou 11 iggins spent a
ew days itn lairens altending I le
chool openilngs and visiting friends.
ill'. Taltiage Pattetrson and sise,.
I l lelc, re viiting in Allnaa fort
\Mi's. Manmie 1)rtimnond and son,
'amulel, Allr. and als. Willie 'Druni
'tond spent Sunday withl Ar's. Duimtii
11onds' son. Mlr. and 11Irs. Charille.Is -
)rt'l tmmond of 1rte'enville.
Mliss Pauline Nelson of 11aitens is
'xpected to visit Miss O iello .IlIhs(on.
Misses Lillinis a 1 eatrice ran(ez.
f Spartahllirg areP vIsiting \IisS Itlth
IRON FINE FOR
f Troubled With Sore, Bleeding
Gums, Use This Mouth Wash
The Dentist Uses
Good Fior Cis And11 Old Sores.
.\ny personl troulbher with soro.
1lveding guitis, wh-Iichi oftille' ar a
nost too sensitive to loucht, wv ill be
-lated after rinsing thle mlouith with
mL -a dh l solultionl of w eraltuI
tatittal iron, known as "Acid Iron
4lneral" which mnay be securved a1
tnost every d11rug sItore.
1)011isIs ulse it to Stoll bleeding and
I: a ltoultlwash when exlraltig hIthIt
Ind it is porfeel.e Ilarilless. It ne1s
Is a geirm i(ide and atitisepltic as w\\lI
Is a sPhlendid lealilg agent.
Por. e'its. this same ntur:1tiial troli I
itne. Pouiiig a little oil ie toSpot slop:-,
deedin(tg and previtlls soreness and
stein 'Ig. 'Thousads of Iople trout
>ild wvilth old sotrs ievi healing have
olin1d thta solution in Acid Iron t in
'al, whih heing a h eigly eletratl
(I For m of na 1ural41 irI.onl makeis at siuer
xterna i Illenody.
Go to thte near est druig rlire aiti ask
or a bottle ofI A('id Irion .\litntral. It
ru'iggist. hiasn't It, sendi $1 toi the lFor
or' a large bittle'.
Note: Fotr pile's. ile'4ris, s0ore~l ai
ki aff~ect(ions, the Pe'trnel. ChemI~ial
'o rp.. has iperfe't ed atn oini~tmtent U on1
ist ing of I his htigly ennoitratted na
il f'r ai li'ityi l ce t .aot .--1 i
('OLD POINTh NEWlS. *
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Cold P'oin't, Sept. 1I0.-Thte fatrmetrs
re lickoilg cottotn andl )11 uling foddei'.
W'e htave had good rains and to
totis are lookling bettor.
Mt . lea.annt commuity is enjoy'ing
Ipotracted meeoting. We are' hav~'in;
011e good set'tioins by theo past5or, H ev.
Miss Sousie IIluntei', of Blarksdale,
isitedi her' aunts, Mr's. Ienke and Mr's.
tass, last week ando atloended Ithe meet
.Aliss Griaoe Boyd, of Spar'tanhurig, Is
'isiting relatives hero.
Mr'. ando Mr's. 0. C. D~uncan had1( as
helt' guest Sunday Mtr. and1. 3irs.
laude WVells, Mt's. I'Iha NIcholls and
Iiss Evelynt Nickels all of fi'eenwood,
Mt's. LillIe D)uncan and1( danghtter',
Jina, Mr'. and Mr's. TI. P. Duncan and
heir sweet little gir'l, Rachlel, accomn
ialanied by their friend, Mr, (Guy Molore,
totor'ed to C'oluimbia Wednesday le
00 Mr'. Al bert. D~uncan. Ills fiends
vill he glad to know he. Is nmprloving.
Mt's. Della Madden of I 'lea i Path,
110nt sevet'al days wvith relatIves and
I tended the meetIng at Mt. P'leasantt.
Mrt. A fa TOeague has pitrc'hased a
What is LAX-FOS
L.AX.08 I8 AN4 IMPROVED CASCARA
i Digestive Liquid Laxative, Cathartic
md Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara flark,
alue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black
toot, May A pple Root, Senna Leaves and
LPepsin. ,4Combines strength with pala
able aromatic tannte Dosa ,ot gripe4 5n0
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* NARNIE NEWS. *
.Narnle. Sept. JO.-The farmers of
this commiuity are very busy gath
er-ing their Crops.
Our soldier )oy, Corp. lorace C.
Nehon of lte Georgia regiment, visit
ied hIomwfolks Foaturday and Sunday.
I wa- %%*,s welcomed by all.
A1. and 3urs. F. H. Burton and
daughte1i1(r, .\lildrd was ite guest of
! Mr. and Mis. Dan Craddock of Foun
tail inn Sunday.
M1r. and Mis. T. U. Nelson din'ed
wlItI Mr.\ and mr s. C. Y. Craddock last
.l r. I''wvis Caldwell an(] sister,
Clama '14el. and Alis Blanche Sanders,
v-,iiedlise Blanchie and Dena No]
.\r , A. C'. .\ilyer nitde at huiliess 11r1)
to G;reenwoodt and otheri polints last,
Ong Of otI"' coIlinlity boys. .1lr.
.\ea. liih. let last week for Co
lhimbI. with tht-flield arlillery.
.ISsrs IDa1I:s Nelson and Troy ('1un
niiliam of Cold Point visiIed at tle
111un1ter. ione Sinday.
.r. (a ry 11aIdwin of the Watts Mill
isited relatives liere 1,ast week.
S* Thot(Iigh thI
* exh1ii the
('tie. thtere '
$ i;.00t IDraes:
$ 12.51 lDrest
mfentl of het
wIll 1look go
SOnl. W'ue hi
moent we' h;
We were glad to have 16. Elmore
Branilett with us in our prayer meet
Ing Saturday night.
Mrs. Robert Gambrell and Miss
Blancie Nelson spent last Thursday
with Mrs. Robert James of Laurens.
- Niessrs Liuther and Edd Bramlett
were in Liaurens Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Wright Simpson visited in iDials
Mlr. and Mrs. Clifton Brownlee wore
the guests of their parents, Sunday.
AMr. W. 1. Burns and family of
Barksdale worshipped at Narnie Bap
list church Sunday afternoon.
Enit for the Soldiers.
All who desire to learn to knit
sweaters and other ganients for the
!nldlers andV sailors arc requeated to
meet In the Laurens Hotel on Thurs
day, Sept ember 20th, at live o'clock.
Coipetent instructors have been so
ctred to give these lessons. The
thread for the sweaters that are to be
sent to Red Cross headquarters for
(list rihttion will be sitpplied by the
Laurens National League for Woman's
Our line11 of Window Shades is the
1110st (oliplete to be foltnd, .and our
pr ces are the most reasonable.
S. M. & E. 1H. WILKES & CO.
UVAL OF N]
iew displays of Fall a
n the centers of fashit
t has been approved, acce
>n near at hand. These a
wiously received. tend ttiI
3 any woman or miss coi
('re are many whichi
st ra igh t line silhou
ulso i lauite an as
iray ing tile new~
low~ waisiedl modes.
lIe of them11, special
.. .... ....14.98
es ....... ....$12.98
utiful models for
I andi dressy wvear',
rely tindi many that
0(d on you for such
ices as these..
be a great.Coat sea- LL
wve tile best assort-"
eever hlad. See O rht
i a r prices. O rht
9 and1( $16.50. Sale--all tl
$17.50, $25 to $10. at popular
Second-Hand Automobile Tires
All Sizes, a in Fairly Good Shape. It
Will You to See Them
Send Me Your Tires for Vulcanizing
I Guarantee a Good Job.
H. GUY FOSHEE
P. 0. Box 88 Workman's Garage
B"W FALL GOODS
pparel have just been receiv
an. Every one of them is of
pted and adopted for wear during
rrivals added to the collections we
nake our stocks as complete and as 4
ild wish to make selections from.
STUNNIN(A SWEATERIS FORON
LAId1ES,.l 3EN A ND CHM ('R111EAN
'Tiese cool (ayvs suggest n
Blradley fialr te mio n
sible of a1l things. P
('hIlldrIl's Swenters. $1.75 up
to .... ........ . ....
IaidIes' Sweifers, $3.00 to $10.411
3i's Swenters $2.50 to $10.00
Bloy's Sweaters $1.98 to ..$3.50
CO AT S UITS.
OaAGE 00 yor ('onl Sil10111 Iw h
stock Is at thie best. Today 1,;
tile iimp to hily.
MILLINERY '11'-, Co.1t Sul 1 -02.50 11
i are now on to ---. ---- -... .... 1
iat is stylish, Ladies' (out Sulk $12.0,
prices. $17.50, *25.00 and ...4 . 1 35.0