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Children especially are fond of dainties,
and the housekeeper must look carefully
to their food.
As good cake can be made only with
good eggs, so also a cake that is health
ful as well as dainty must be raised with
a pure and perfect baking powder.
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable
in the preparation of the highest quality
of food. It imparts that peculiar light
ness, sweetness and flavor noticed in the
finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc.,
and what is more important, renders the
food wholesome and agreeable to young
T.OYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
PERSONAL AN? OTHERWISE.
A. H. Martin spent Thanksgivlrg
Day In Greenville.
Rev. L. M. Roper of Spartanburg
WM in the ci?y Wedneeday, returning
from a visit to bis mother, Mrs. H
Roper of Paul, who is quite 111 md has
been for the past ten days.
Ernest A. Huff, Cashier of the South
Carolina Oil Company, Gresnvl'le, vis
ited bis father, A. Huff, Thank giving.
Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Anderson of Fair
view spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Boyd in Ibis city.
W. W. Chamblee of The Adver
tiser visited at Slberton, Ga., from
Wednesday until Monday.
Capt. A. B. Byrd of Belton spent
Thanksgiving In the city wltb his un
tie, Dr. John A. Barksdale.
Hon. C. C. Featheratone attended
Court in Greenville Friday.
Karl W. Sloan of Darlington visited
in the city and county during the past
week. Since going to Darlington a few
years ago Mr. Sloan bas become one of
the prominent young business men of
Ibat progressive city.
Asbury McSwaln of Anderson was
in tbe olty several days this week.
Nat D. Franks of Greers visited rela
tives and friends in Laurans and vi
cinity during the paat week. Up to five
year* ago he was a resident of the
county and bis friends are always glad
to welcome him back.
Mrs. Maggie N. Comp ton went up to
Fountain Inn Saturday to vUit har
brother, S. A. Franks.
Misses Annie and Lizzie Richey and
Miss Agnes Adams of Chicora College
ware among tho delightful home com
ers for Thanksgiving,
Mrs. J. T. Simmons of Greenwood
was tbe gueet of Mr. and Mrs. O. B
Simmons several days the paat week.
Visa Bessie McCarley of Spartan
tourfc was the guest of Mi.s Rose Hudg
?ue for Thanksgiving.
M. R. Frlerson and his friend Mr.
Andrews of Spartanburg were in the
city Thursday and Friday.
Miss Pearle Sullivan was at home
for Thanksgiving from her school at
Jalapa, returning Saturday.
Ml?? Mary Boyd, wbo is teaching tbe
Wade School, was at home from Wed
nesday until Saturday.
Miss Maggie Summer of tho Gold
ville School visited in tbe city Thurs
day and Friday.
Mrs Jesse Teague has returned from
Sumter, where she spent last week en
joying the big Gala occasion.
Benj. G. Brueniog, superintendent
of the Laurons Furniture Factory
spent iast week in Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 8. Wallace of
Shiloh were in tbe city Saturday.
Alvin OoJeman?f Dials township was
in town Saturday.
WHEN YOU HAVE A BAD COLD.
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but effect a per
manent CUi 6.
You want a remedy that will relieve
the lungs and keep expectoration easy.
You f ant a remedy that will coun
teract any tendency toward pneumo
You want a remedy that is ploissnt
and safe to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets
all of these requirements and for the
speedy and permanent cure of bad
colds stands withont a peer. For sale
by Laurens Drug Co. and Dr. B. F.
Attended State R. F. D. Carriers Asso
W. B. Clark of Laurens R. F. D. No.
2 and Marvin Wolff of Alma No. 1 re
presented the Laurens County Letter
Carriers' Association at the State
Rural Delivery Carriers' Association
which was bold in Columbia last
While the Convontlon was not very
largely attended, Messrs. Clark and
Wolff report the meeting one of much
interest and profit.
The Convention was addressed by
Dr. J. F. Ensor, post-master of Colum
bia and Congressman A. F. Lever.
With the election of officers for an
other year, the Convention adj lurned
to meet again next year in Columbia,
July S and 4. r
Boare iL? __S) ?8 KM YSU H.Tf6 Always ?Cl'j?!
DO NOT DOSE THE STOMACH
Hyomci, Iho Only Uunruutced Cure
No Ono should confound Hyomci
with the patent medicnes that are ad
vertised to out? catarrh. It is as far
superior to tSem all as tho diamond is
more valuablo than cheap gia-s. Thoir
composition is socret, but Hyomei gives
its formula to all reputable physicians
and is prescribed by them generally.
Its b?sj is the valuable ouealyptus
oil, famous for ll8 antiseptic qualities.
This is combined with aromatic and
healing gums and balsam?, making a
Euro liquid which, whin u?ed in tho
[yomel pocket inhaler, tills the air
you breathe with germ-killing, disease
destroying and healing pjwors that re
store health to ev*<ry part of the nose,
through the lungs. ';
The only way to euro catarrh and all
other diseases of the respiratory organs
This treatment has been so success
ful in curing 05 pt>r cent, ot all who
have used it, that Hyomei is now sold
by Laurens Drug Co. under an abso
lute guarantee to refmnd the money iu
case it does not benefit" You run no
risk in buvirg Hyomel. If It did not
possess unusual powers to cure, it could
not be sold upon this plan.
The complete Hyomei outfit coats
91.00 and comprises an inhaler, a bottle
of Hyomei and a dropper. Tho Inhaler
will laet a lifetime; and additional bot
tles of Hyomei can he otained for 50c.
DEATH OF OED. F. WRIUHT.
Was an Honored and Useful Citizen, of
Mr. Geo. P. Wright, a former L>u
ret8 citizen, died at his homo in At
lanta last Wednesday, and his body
was brought over to Newb.^iry for
Mr. Wright had tho reputation of
being ono of the best hardware sales
men In the country and for a number
of years ho was manager of heck &
Gregg Ilardwaro Company Builders'
Department of Atlanta. He was a son
of Mr. Frank Wright, decoased, one of
the county's host citi/.Jtis.
Mr. Wright is survived by his wife
and thre->. children, bo-ides the fo'low
ing brothers and sisters: Mr. Z. B.
Wr;gh>, Whit mire; Mr. W. P. Wright,
Tylersv;lle; Messrs. Kob^rt and Haik
ell Wright of Newberry county; Mr.
Julian Wright, of Houston, Texas, and
Mrs. Geo. P. Little of this oonnty.
NO POISON IN CHAMBKKLMN'S
From Napier, New Zealand, Herald:
Two years ago tho Pharmacy Board of
New South Wales, Australia, had an
analysis made of all tho cough medi
cines that were sold in th.it m.irket.
Out of the entire list they found only
one that they declared was entirely
tree from all poison. This exception
was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
made by the Chamberlain Mtdielno
Company, Des MolnieP, U. S. A. The
ab-.enco of all narcotics makes this
remedy tho safest and bust that can be
had; and it is with a feeling of so;urity
that any mother can givo it to her lit
tle ones. Chamberlain's Cough It-ni
edy is espocia ly recomm-mded by its
makers for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. This remedy is for
sale by Laurens Drug Co. and Dr. B.
DU. LEN U. BKOUUHTON.
Noted I'reacher and Lecturer of At
lanta Will Come, Dec. 7th.
Tho next ontortainment on the Ly
ceum Course is Dr. Lon. G. Brongh
ton, the eminent BapMst Divine, of At
lanta, Oa., who has a world-wide repu
tation as an orator,h>cturor and preach
er. Ho will hi horo on Wednesday,
Sam Jones, says of him, "the avorage
man has three enemies, tho world, the
flosh and tho devil* Dr. Ilroughton
has only two, tho world and tho devil.
The Doctor hasn't any ll-jeh to bother
him much . If you can get a sort of
combination animal, a sort of goat and
mule together, ho can work at both
ends and will mako the fur fly. Ho has
plenty of room to perform in. Ho
w6ighs 110 pounds; 135 pounds of this
is backbone and 5 pounds hair." ilis
lecture here will bo "Down in Tho
Dumps," nxver dull or hosyy, but a
sure euro for the blues of ull sorts.
This is an opportunity to hoar a re
markablo man, and from expressions
heard on all side, people from the va
rious parts of the county aro comiog in
to hoar this lecture Tickets on reser
vation tho Oth of December, after 10
o'clock a. m. and on sale the day of tho
lecture at Fleming Bros. Prico to all,
not season tlckols-holdors, $1.00 re
MR. WADE RUN DOWN.
Down at Hasty, N. (', lives u will
known pl?nt?r, J. I). Wade. S*ys he:
"I was run down a'most to ihe point
of g.vlng up. I took two bottles of
King's I on Hitters und now ntn as
good as over. 1 t'.ok other tonics but
found nothing tooompare with King's."
Hold and guaranteed by Palmetto Drug
The oauic of ninety per c<nt of all <iUe*M
(? a faulty digestive and drainage system?the)
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Let one>
of these organs become clogged or Inopera
tive, there remains in the system many poi
sons that will, in time, breed disease, difficult
to correct. One should never allow even a
temporary stoppage of any one of these or*
pans?they should be kept constantly in per
fect working order.
la positively the ideal corrective ol all Inter
nal ailments. It is not n patent medicine,
but an honest, vegetable preparation, extracted
from the bark of a species of the Hydrangea
?lant. Its curative properties arc numerous,
t is a mild cathartic- an alterative?diuretic,
soothing^, healing and tonical. An occasional
?>???? will keep like whole system in perfect
condition and will act ?s a safeguard against
Seven Darks has been on the American
market for over thirty-five years. Its distributors
have reams of high-praising letters from i'co
pie in every walk of life. Thousands of fam
ilies arc never without a bottle. The oldesf
friends arc our best.
Test it for yourself
Aik your druggist for ft GO-cent bottle, and If
it does not do all that Is claimed, take the
empty or partly consumed bottle back and get
your money. One New York City druggist
sold 720 bottles on this basis before one dis
ratisficd purchaser asked for the return of bis
LYMAN BROWN. Pharmacist. N. Y. City,
Laurens Drug Co.
Life Insurance Co.
? New York
3| Richard A. McCurdy, Pres.
r/g Oldest in America
J5l Largest in the world
W. W. DODSON,
? Agent for Lnurcns County
?gj l am cms, S. C.
Soars ths >^ Kind You Have Always
SEW MEAT MARKET
I have opened up a
first-class meat and
produce market at
the City Market
stand, northeast cor
ner public square. In
addition to a supply
of fresh meats I
will handle all kinds
of produce ? chick
ens, butter, eggs,
etc. Parties desir
ing to buy or sell
milk cows will do
well to see me. . . .
J, Wade Anderson
WE WANT ALL INTERESTED IN
TO HAVE OUR NAME DCrORE 11' M
Wrlto us stating v/hat kind of
Machine hy you use or win
Install, tinrl wo will mail you
Ffiee or All Cost
A HANDSOME AND USEFUL
POCKET DIARY AND ATLAS
OR A LARGE
(iibbes Machinery Company,
COLUMBIA, S. 6.
A 8TOOK OF HORSE POWER HAY
PRESSES TO OE CLOSED OUT AT
Wo Riiurantoo a fit or monoy rofnndud.
PALMETTO DRUG CO.,
Laurens, S. C.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
John Y. Garlington & Co.
Laurens, South Carolina
Shingles at a Bargain
We have just received three car loads of
Shingles and offer them, while they last,
at the following low prices. ^ jJJa
$2.00 grade at $1.50 per 1000
2.50 grade at 2.00 per 1000
2.75 grade at 2.25 per 1000
3.00 grade at 2.50 per 1000
No. 1 Cyprus Shingles
at 3.25 per.1000
THESE PRICES ARE FOR CASH
Laurens - - South Carolina
similating IheFood nndReg Hin
ting the Slouuiclis and Bowels of
an i s/'C hildren
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opium,Morpltine nor Mineral.
Not arc otic .
Jhptfrminl - _
Aperfecl Remedy forOonslipn
lion, Sour Slouiach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions ?Fcverish
ness and Loss OF SIJ5EI?.
Facsimile Signature or
At b moiitliy old
Dosks - i N i s
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
TMC OfNrAUrl ?riVPANV. NtW VOUK CITY.
THAT $5 JACKET
For three long weeks wc have waited the arrival of this
jacket for ladies. The manufacturer's apology was, there
was such an unprecedented demand for a special number
like this that the orders were difficult to fill.
It is a beauty. Conies in brown and castor. Tailor
made and lined throughout.
A line of ladies fur Boas in three numbers, #i, $3, $3.50.
Sweaters in garnet and white.
It is significant ? the sales of Broadcloths here,
For the past week the scissors have been busy and the
value recognized in our 50 inch All-Wool Flannels has
been taken advantage of. Some shades have been cut out
but we expect duplicates probably before this annoucc
ment reaches you.
Why This Rush for Underwear?
Two reasons?oliange o( tompaturo and the extremoly low prlca
for th.' quality oll'ored here
Many Ladies oomplain of iho nnsatlsfaotory wear of their 1 oys' und
girls' Stocking*. Just try our two numbers at lOo and 20o the pair,
If you oao secure a better Shoe for ladles th in h shown here for
$1.25, wo are anxlom to eoa It, The drmnmor in hid vernaoular
called it his ??hummer" and so \' Is.
Inspection cordially solicited. One prloe to at
W. G. WILSON & CO.
ft HOLIDAY NEWS!
Makes about as Good
and satisfactory a
gift piece as one
could wish for.
We coukl not begin to tell you here of the showing we have on
Display Right: Now, but when you call you'll find just
exactly what you want for Everyone you wish
to remember, and it is exactly the
price you want to pay.
J? Insure Your Proper- Jk
g ,ty In Old Line g
8 Companies. g
g In case of loss we pay x
g promptly, without x
g discount, and do not q
g claim the 60 days x
x usual to contracts of x
x insurance. x
x Only the best com- x
g panies represented, q
g city and county pro])- x
Q crty written at regu- q
g lar rates. See us. x
? livery courtesy ex- x
g tended. q
& A. C. TODD & CO. x
Valuable Kcal Est ale tor
Throi lots in the City of LruircnJ,
fron'lu? < 11 West Main Street, and
tiontftluing 'ihont two acres each.
T.venty lK'o lots in rear of the above
lots, fronting on now street opened,
containing fr in one-half acre to fifteen
acre*. If thi-- property is not sold at
private sale bofor.? Salesday in Deooni
b r next, it will be so d at publlo out
cry dm that day.
1 hnvd also for sab? six lots, contain
i ig from twenty to forty acres eaob,
just outside of the corporate limits of
the City of Lituren9, fronting ou public
highway, loading into West .Main
Torim of sale, with description of
proporty, can be obtained ami plats
>i by oalling at the offloe of Simpson
& Coopor itftor tin- I2tb <>f November.
11. v. Simpson,
Nov. P, '01
This paper is $i a year.
TU10 LADIES favor painting their
churches, and therefore we urge every
Minister to remember we give a lib
eral quantity of the ivjngnian & Mar
tinez paint toward tho painting.
Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay $1.60 a gallon for Linseed
OH (worth 00 cents) which you do
when you buy other paints in a can
wit h a paint label on it.
8 & o ninkc 14, therefore when you
\vai t fourteen gallons of paint, buy
only eight of L. & >/.. and mix six
gallons pure Linseed Oil with it, and
thus get paint at loss than $1.20 por
Many houses aro well paint, d with
four gallons of L. & M, and three gal*
lona of Lim ei d Oil mixed therewith.
These celebrated paints are sold by
W. L. Hoy.I, Laurens, S. C.
Clinton IMiarmacy, C'inton.
*be fas- _/? ? _
o An Event of Intense Interest
THE HUB Sias good news for you this week?good news, if you ex=
jlj pect to buy a single penny's worth of anything we sell during the com
ing month. We are going to hold a Special December Reduction Sale to
end up the year with a month's rushing business. And so right now,
at the height of the season, we offer you the chance to buy whatever of
our goods you want and need at good, sharp reductions from the prices
they have been selling for--and these prices, we need hardly add, were
just as low as could be found anywhere in this section, for equally at
tractive goods and garments. Most stores hold their reduction sales at
the end of the season: we prefer to hold ours now, when you can get
months of service out of whatever you buy. The sale will last all
through December; and the woman who doesn't take advantage of it is
missing the bargain treat of the year. We can only take space to print
a few of the sale prices here; but even these few will suffice to indicate
the extent of the sale's savings.
Prices on Jackets and Skirts.
Even our finest garments?such as Ladies and Misses Jackets, and
Ladies' and Misses' Walking and Dress Skirts?are not exempt from
reduction this month. We mention a few examples.
Ladies' Jackets, tan and black,
worth $10, reduced to .$7.50
Ladies'Jackets, tanand black,
worth $10, reduced to .$(>.00
Walking and Dross Skirts,
black and all fashionable fabrics,
$2.98, $3.50 and $5.00
A special value in Skirts at $1.25
A Bevy of Bonanzas.
Just a handful of items, typical of
the sale reductions on hundreds of
North C a r o 1 i n a 1 >lankets,
worth $6.00, the pr $4.75
Carded Cotton Comforts .... $1.49
Heavy Cotton Comforts . 98c
Boy's Heavy fleeced Under
shirts and Drawers, only ....... 25c
Misses fleeced Union Suits,
the garment . 25c
Extra heavy ribbed Hose for
boys . 25c
Boys' and Misses' School Shoes,
in various styles, every pair guar
anteed to he solid leather, at,
the pair .$1.00 and $1.50
A special value in Women's
Shoes, as good as t he average,
$2.00 shoe, only .$1.50
Remember we are agents for the famous "Regina" and "Portia" Shoes
THE HUB II THE HUB o
COME TO SEE US