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'- -- -or your grocer will make good to you,
to the last penny. We knew you expected
The LUZIANNE something unusually good in a coffee when
Guarantee: we first had Luzianne in mind. So we
If, after uaing the made Luzianne so good that it will stand
contents of a can, y on its own feet, without apologizing, with
are not aatiafied In out acknowledging any rivals. YOU buy
every respeot, your a can-of Luzianne. If you can't honestly
grocer wil. refund say/that Luzianne tastes better and goes
your money. farfher than aiiy other coffee at the price,
thdln you aee entitled to your money back.
Ard your grocer will give it to you upon
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T. U. PITTS
Laurens, S. C.
Sweaters for ladies and children,
men and boys. Special values in
underwear. Secure your sizes
before the stock is broken, at old
The hosiery stock is cordplete
with all the reliable -nds we
We are showing silks below mar
W. G. Wilson & Co.
Owen Bros. Marble & Granite Co.
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DIALS NEWS. *
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'Dials, -Nov. 19.-Quito a large nun
ber from this place attended the an
nual flower show and fancy -work ba
zaar held under the aupsices of the
Floral Society at Owings on Nov. 9th.
The affair was a success in every par
licular andI a handsome sum must
have been realized through the door
receipts, and the sale of the sump
tuous turkey dinner and sulpper pre
pared by the menhers of the society.
Airs. Ida Curry. has gone to Charles
Ion where she will reside with her
daughter Mirs. Marvin Armstrong. Mrs.
Cuitrry has lived praeti enly all of her
life here and has many friends, both
young and old, all of whom, -though
they regret her removal to the "City
by the Sea", wish for her much suc
cess in her new home.
M r. Charles F'. IBrooks, of the
faculty of 'the Carlisle Fitting School,
Bamberg, was a recent week-end visi
tor of home folks, the trip being made
through the country in Mr. Brooks'
new Haynes car.
Miss larle Simmons has returned
from an extended visit with relatives
near Greenwood and Ware Shoals.
Mr. John -R. 'Ilellams of Spartan
burg, was a business visitor in our
'liss Clara 'Campbell after a brief
stay with relatives in Fairmont has
returned to her home at this place.
Mr. 'Pierce Harris, after an absence
of several months at Camp Jackson,
Columbia, where he was busily engag
ed in "doing 'his bit" has returned, and
is now at home with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. 1). I). ilarris.
Miss Il~ileen Curry has gone to H1ll
side, to resume her duties, as one of
the 'teachers of the Hillside school
again this term. This is Miss Curry's
third year at teaching "young ideas
how to shoot", and it is quite in keep
ing with her eficiency as a teacher,
that each term has been spent with
the same school.
Mfiss Fannie Jloulwaro of Laurens,
spen't several days last week with Mrs.
1. S. Brooks and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John holder, and Miss
flett.y Abererombie, spent last Sunday
with friends in Heiton.
iMrs., L. -W. 'Brooks had as her at
tractive guest last week, Miss Mar
jorie Ropp of Gray Court.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray went to
Spartanburg last. week, where Mrs.
Gray entered one of -the local hospitals
in that city, for the purpose of under
going a serious operation. Reports
are"to the effect that Mrs. Gray is do'
ing as well as possible. Her many
friends wish for her a speedy con
Miss Fannie Brown'lee and ilttle
niece, Katihryn Brownlee visited Mrs,
\V. S. Bolt of 'the Hickory Tavern com
Mrs. Willie lljlrris and Miss Emma
Harris spent (Monday in Laurens.
While in the city they were the guests
of .\Mrs. I. E. Babb.
Mi'. Jlas. Armstrong and family, ac
complaniedi by Mi'. Sanm Cur'ry, mio
tOred~ to ('hick Springs Sunday and
spent the day.
Mr'. .1. T1. Gillespie, little J. TI., Jr'.,
and Mr's. Wim. D~avls and little dlaugh
tetr,. Mary Catharine of Grteenvillo
were vilsitor's of Mr'. Harris Curry and
Miss Kate Cutrry, teacher' at Fork
Shoals is at home now, heing confined
to her room biy a ser'iouts attack of ill
Sunday afternton after the close of
thle r'egula r Suniday school ptrogr'am,
Mir. A. C. Todd, of Liahurens, in a foirce
fu I and eloqluent. manner, prteseted'(
t~he claims of the Y. M. C. A. before
the audleence which 'though small in
numher gave liberally to this worthy
cautse. 'f brough tlte extensive cain
l'aigning of the workers in charge, no
doubt Laurenis county will have sub
scibedw above thle alloted quota.
Mr'. and Mrs. W. S. 'Bolt andl chill
(lien of Ilisekory TIavern, were Sunday
visitors of Mrs. J. fiR. Blrowtnlec and
Mr. Reason of \Voodruff, spent sev
eral days last week wit'h his son, Dr.
J. WV. Reason.
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* YO['NON~ TO(WNSHIP FAIR. *
* egg...ee e e. ee e
rTe iirs-. township fair' of the coun
ty will ,be held at Youngs School
(Youings Township) on Friay, Nov.
30th. Every persom in the township,
hasnything Worthy of exhilbit in
n'ited to bring ft on tht day. The
ousekeeper 'and girls are asked to
Xh'ibit thihr canned and dried fruits
md vegetables, also their needle and
ancy work. The men and boys are
,sked1 to bring their stock, hogs and
:oultry. (ardon and -field products
thou Id also ho oxh'ibite(d. Several
rpeakers have been invited to be
'T'here wll be a township meeting of
he Kurl Improvement. Association.
1Il the ollicers of each ass)ociation in
he township are urged to be present.
:s \\orkmn.it will talk to Ihemn aboten
he 'V, 1.
i';nery family in the townshi is ask
El to bring a pienie basket.
iet the whole township coale to
:ether and make the lair an education
i, agrie nl t:tral and patriotic rally.
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IAN OF 70 KNOCKS
OUT DISEASE WITH
Photographer of Vina, Ala.,l
Wins Long Fight With Blood
"ITnless they have been in my con
lition it would be hard for anyone to
realize what I have been through"
writes .Mr. 1). Ii. Willis, Route 1, Vina,
"I have had a six year fight ,with a
malignant and persistent. blood dis
Ease. I tried everything that I could
hear of but, grew steadily worse."
"I'inally I took -to my bed expect
ing -to die most any day and it was
then that I heard of SUdFIORRO-SOL.
liu'rm the first .bottle I conmmenced to
improve almost miraculously."
'I am up and attending to my studio
and have gained so much in strength
that I can now walk 'two miles and
not mind it in the least. My skin,
which was covered with sores has
".Just how to tell my gratitude for
this wonderful mineral remedy I don't
know but. I do feel that Sl!l Pl'1tRO
SOL. is the most remarkable medicine
that has ever been sold to mankind
and I do not believe there is another
medicine in this world to equal it in
curing blood diseases.'
St1IF'L. ItRO-SOL. is sold and recom
mended by the Jaurens Drug Co. and
all other druggist. Murry )rug Co.,
Citation for Letters of Administration.
State of South Carolina,
'County of 'Laurens.
B3y O. G. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas Margaret DuPree made
suit to me, to grant her betters of Ad
ministration of the estate and effects
of It. 13. DuPree.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said It. B. DisPree
deceased, that they be and apppar be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to
be held at Laurens CourtLJ'Iouse Laiu
rhns. S. C., on the 4th day- of Decem
ber, 1917 next, after publication hero
of, at I1 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they dhave, why the
said Administration should not be
Given under my hand this 16th day
of November Anno Domini 1917.
0. G. TIIO.\lPSON,
18-2t-A J .P. I. C.
City and Farm I
Bought and S
We have some farms for
For Real Estate see T
Mr. J. S. Machen
Beauty deserves e
But beauty is not
of character. Each d
In our large and'
taste of all, that will a
plainness of the plain.
A pure gem like
luxury. They never I
Come ardd see a
fect fitness and extrerr
* LONG DBANOJI NBW. *
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Long Branch, Nov. 19.-Rev. W. L.
Alullikin filled his regular appoint
ilent at Leesville Sunday afternoon.
A box supper will bnogivcn at Long
IBranchi school Wednesday night, No
vember twentIy-eighth. The public is
cordially invited to attend. The
girls will please bring well-illled box
.\ Iarge crow( attCn(led the piider
parching, given by .\Miss lleln 'rm-ll
er, Satnrday nigliI
\Ir. and .lrs. T. W. Wsm' IpeII
Sund((ay n iht with .\r. and( \lrs;". .(o(
\lis, es, .\illi(' andt .\Mildred liolland
anod Stidie K\eller visited .; ielen
('rotier Saturday Right. and Siony.
\l r. and .\Ira. G. W. (unin1h mlt
and family were the Sunday guests of
.r. and .\Irs. Saum Todd of Clinton.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Brown visited in
this eomunity Sunday.
Alrs. Joe Chaney and son, J. b., and
Aliss Sudie Keller visited at Mr. an i
Airs. C. Q. I lolland's Friday afternoon.
Alrs. .John ilenjamine visited Mr:-.
W A. Poole Sunday.
Miss Sudie Keller and .\(ssrs Clyde
(lhatman and Ilenry Pinson were the
Sunday night guests of .lisses Mitrtie
anti Alildred Hlolland.
XlIsse., Helen Cromer and Frances
Godfrey of Clinton were the attrac
tive guest of the Misses Holland Sun
Citation for iLeiters of Administration.
State of South Cardlina,
Uounty of Laurens.
Whereas W. W. Garlington made
suit to me, to grant him betters of Ad
inoistrat.on with will annexed, of the
estate and effects of Wiiliam Garling
'l'heso are therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and sit gular the kindred
and creditors of the said 'William
Garlington deceaseil, that they be and
appear before me. In the court of Pro
bate, to be held at iauaens Court
House, Lautrens, S. C,, on the 3rd day
of December. '917 next, after publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Aiministration .huuid
not be granted.
Given under my hand this 1.7th day
of November Anno i)omini 1917.
IBy O. G. Thompson, Rrobate Judge:
O. G. T H OM PSON,
18-2t-A .1 .P. I. C.
Hock Wedding and Box Supper.
There will be a mock wedding and
a box supper at Shiloh school on
Tuesday evening, Nov. 27th at. eight
o'clock, for the benefit of the school.
The public is cordially invited.
hox Supper at Btailey School.
''here will be a box supper at Bailey
School on next Friday evening, Nov.
23rd. Everybody is cordially invited
Big values in Feather Pillows.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
~roperty of all kin
sale; from 25 acres up..--wilI
rite or see us if interested in
nd should have adornmeni
all of the face; there is bea,
eserves its proper setting ol
raried stock will be founc
:ld to the beaiuty, of the. b~
one of our diamonds is bot
ose their value and you has
itock of jewelry that will a
The End of
['aln Stops at Once-'orn Lifts Otf
There is nothing in the wor:d liko
'Gets-It" for corns. Just apply it as
-ording to directions, the pain stops
it once and then the corn iifts off as
'lean as a whistle. No fuss, no b)other,
10 danger. "tCis-It" you Iknow, is
utfe. Alillions have used it, more than.
ill othe e corn rem elIes otnt)bined, and
TIllere iS no id for you to go
h1rough1 ano0Ihtbe day of corn agony.
Buff he sutre you get "'Gels-II". Av
Don't Wante Time "11o0Hering.''
"Uets,-It" Never F"unn,
cCet nothing else, for remember, there
is positively nothing else as good.
"Gets-It" never irritates the live flesh,
never makes the top sore.
You can go about as usual with
work or play, while "Gets-It", the
magic, does all the work. Then tho
corn peels right off like a banana
skin, and leaves the toe as smooth
and corn-free as your I)alm. Never
happened before, did it Guess not..
Get a bottle of "Gets-It" today from
any drug store, you need pay no more
than 25c, or sent on roceipt of pric.
by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, Ill.
Sold in Laurens and recommended
as the world's best corn remedy by
Eureka Drug Co.. lurens Drug CO.,
Powe Drug Co., Putnam Drug Store,
I. 1'. Posey.
NOTICE OF LOST STOCK.
To all whom it may concern:
Phis is to certify thait I am1 the own
er of one share of the capital stock
of Laurens Glass Works, thi- original
certificate No. 7, having been issued
in the place of the original. You are
further notified that I shall make ap
plication to the said Laurens Glass
Works at its office for the issuance of
such a certificate on the 28th day of
MRS. M. AGNES ANDERSON.
An Old Man's Stomach.
As we grow older and less active,
less and less food is required to meet
the demands of our bodies. If too
much is habitually taken, the stomach
will rebel. When a man reaches the
advanced age of 85 or 90, you will find
that he is a light eater. le as careful
as you will, however, you will occa
sionally eat more than you should and
will feel the need of Chamberlain's
Tablets to correct the disorder. These
tablets do not contain pepsin, but
strengthen the stomach and enable it.
to perform its functions naturally.
They also cause a gentle movement of
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stonish you by its per