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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. Y. C. Hcllams is visiting near
Fountain Inn during the summer.
Mr. F. B. Teague, of Waterloo, was
in the city Friday.
Mrs. M. V. Peterson is in Union visit
ing her son, Mr. B. G. Peterson.
Mr. D. H. Counts and family are
spending the summer at Henderson
Mrs. Y. C. Hcllams is visiting her
sister at Shelby, N. C, for several
Mr. Jas. A. Roland, who has been
spending some time at Harris Springs,
returned home Sunday.
Hon. C. C. Featherstone returned
home Saturday from Johnston where he
made a prohibition speech Friday.
Messrs. Geo. A. Browning and Wm.
A. Moorehead, two young business
men of Goldvillc, were in the city Sun
day registered at Gray's Horel.
Hon. C. C. Featherstone is scheduled
to make a prohibition address at Lick
ville, Greenville county, on July 29th.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cheek, of Au
gusta, are visiting relatives in the city
and county this week.
Miss Daisy Sullivan is at Henderson
ville for a fortnight as the guest of
Miss Lucile Miller and other friends.
Dr. Clifton Jones and family have
moved into their handsome new resi
dence on South Harper street.
Mr. G. H. Gasque, the popular agent
here for both railroads, now occupies
the Dr. Jones residence on Sullivan
Mr. John Bowman, formerly connec
ted with the bottling works nere, now
a resident of Orangeburg, spent the
week-end with friends in the city.
Mr. Edward Hicks, of Knoxville,
Tenn., is spending some time in the
city with his brother, Mr. C. H. Hicks.
Mrs. J. W. Powell, of Wilmington,
N. C, is visiting her mother,Mrs. Rosa
I. Caine and other relatives.
Rev. E. C. Watson attended the In
terdenominational Sunday School Con
vention at Fairview Presbyterian
church last week and made an address
on the subject of church music.
Misses Lee and Lucinda Bolt, daught
ers of Mr. Marion Bolt, having accept
ed positions with the overall manufact
uring company at Anderson, left last
week for their new work.
"Health Coffee" is really the closest
Coffee Imitation ever yet produced.
This clever CofFee Substitute was re
cently produced by Dr. Shoop. of Ra
cine, Wis. Not a grain of real Coffee
in it either. Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee
is made from pure toasted grains, with
malt, nuts, etc. Really it would fool
an expert who might drink it for Cof
fee. No 20 or ;i() minutes tedious boil
ing. "Made in a minute," says the
doctor. Sold by J. M. Philpot.
Candidate Richardson Withdraws.
Mr. E. L. Richardson, of Greenwood,
who entered the race for solicitor
against Mr. R. A. Cooper, of Laurens,
has withdrawn from the race. It is
stated that Mr. Richardson's with
dial was actuated from business rea
sons. The Greenwood man's retirement
jeaves Mr. Cooper unopposed for re
Dots from Rabun.
Rabun, July 20.? Owing to the fre
quent rains farmers are somewhat be
hind with their work and it will take
pushing to get through by August.
The cotton and corn crops promise a
very rich harvest if no bad luck hap
pens to it.
Mr. Earl V. Babb addressed the Sun
day school at Rabun Sunday, the 12th
of July. Hin subject was on missions.
Quite a large crowd was present and
heard this address.
The Rabun Sunbeams are anticipating
in the near future a children's day,
which will be held to benefit the society.
The peaches and grapes are now ripe
in abundance and the canning and dry
ing of fruit is in progress throughout
On the first Sunday morning in July
an address was made at Rabun by Rev.
Mr. Easterling, financial agent of Kur
man University. His talk was on
The protracted meeting will com
mence at Rabun the first Sunday in
August. It has been announced that
Rev. J. E. Covington, of Greenville,
will assist the pastor in this series of
The picnic season is here and there
are several to come off soon.
A Card of Thanks.
Laurens, S. C, July 16, 190S.
To the Editor of The Advertiser.
Dear Sir: Please allow me space in
your valuable paper to express the pro
found gratitude of myself and the offi
cers and members of Rethcl A. M. B.
church to the firemen and white citizens
of Laurens for assistance rendered us
on the 15th day of July In trying to
save our church building from destruc
tion in conflagration caused by light
ning striking the steeple of the church,
'Tis true the church building was
burned to the ground and we suffered
a great loss, yet it was no fault of any
one of our fellow-citizens. We do thank
you one and all for the uniform good
spirit of assistance shown us in contri
butions and expressions of sympathy
for our relief.
In expressing our profound gratitude
to the white neighbors among whom we
live we are not unmindful of the great
help and sympathy of our own race
who worked hard and faithful to extin
guish the flames and save the property.
May the choicest blessings of a Great
Gou ever rest upon all of the people of
Laurens, both white and colored, is the
sincere prayer of Bethel members and
We beg to thank you, the citizens of
Laurens and of South Carolina and
elsewhere, in advance for any and all
further assistance you may render us,
financially or otherwise, in completing
our new house of worship which is now
in course of erection. We are out of a
bouse for worshipping now. Please help
us in the name of the Lord. Contribu
tions may be left with J. S. Hunter or
C. B. White or to the undersigned pas
We render special praise and heart
felt thanks to bis honor the mayor, al
dermen and officers of city council,
chief and force for special considera
tions shown us.
P. Y. DENDY,
P. S.?Contributions can be sent to
The Advertiser also.
ARE YOU SURE
That tho leo cream you bay la strictly '
Do von know thnt tho tuakors' hands
wrro clean, Hies excluded from tho factory,
?nd froeiera and other Utensils kopt in
Why tako any chance whore your health
Is concornod I Why not
MAKE AND FREEZE YOUR OWN ICE CREAM
In 10 MINUTES
FOR Ic. A PLATE with
Jell-0 ICE GQEOm Powder
It Is so easy. Simply stir contents of
ono 13c. pack ago into a iiuart of milk and
f rco*>, without cooking, heating or tho ad
dition of anything else. This makes two
quarts of lco cream, clean, pure and whole
?omo. A good ico cream freezer can bo
bought for a dollar or two which will last
for years, and will soon aavo its cost.
2 packages JELLO ICR CREAM Pow
der for 25c.
Flavors: Chocolate, Vanilla, Strata
btrry. Lemon and UnflavorcJ.
Sold by all good grocors.
^ Tho Gencsoo Pure Food Co., Lc Roy, N, Y. a
Prof. C. B. Martin, professor of Latin
at Furman University, spent several
hours here last Thursday in the interest
of Furman. Prof. Martin is a voting
man of thorough scholarship and tine
appearance. He reported excellent
prospects for next year.?Greenwood
Dr. J. A. B. Scherer has resigned
the presidency of Newberry College in
order to accept the presidency of
Throop Institute, Pasadena, Cal.
A cheap trip to Atlanta over
the C, N. & h. und S. A. I,.
Railways, is offered July 28th, at
the low rate of $3.00 for round
trip. ?See notice elsewhere in this
Notice to Sunday Schools.
Elect vour delegates to the County
Sunday School Convention which meets
in the First Presbyterian church of
Laurens July 31st and August 1st.
GEO. L. PITTS,
Sec. and Trcas.
Your brain goes on a strike when you
overload your stomach; both need blood
to do business. Nutrition is what you
want, and it comes by taking HoUister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. :t.r> cents, Tea or
Tablets. -Palmetto Drug Co.
Notice to Cattle Owners.
In furtherance of the act of the Gen
eral Assembly, approved February bl,
1907, the. Board ot Trustee of the Ciom
SOn Agricultural College, on June 20,
1008, adopted a quarantine regulation
providing that no cat tie should 1?' moved
into tho counties of Oconeo, Diekens,
Greenville, Anderson, Spartanburg,
Cherokee, Chester, York, Union, Lau
rens, Abbeville and Greenwood from
any other part of this State or from any
quarantined district of any other State,
and providing further that no cattle in
said counties which are infested with
thii Texas fever tick or which have been
exposed to such infestation shall be
permitted on the public highways or bo
received in any railroad Stock pen, stock
yard or market in this district. The
object of this regulation is to facilitate
the eradication of the fever tick from
the said district and have it placed
above the Federal quarantine line.
Copies of the law and regulations can
bo obtained by writing to
STATE V E'l ERINARIAN,
50-.it Clemson College, s. C.
Tetter, Sa!t Rheum and Eczema
:<? 01,1'?<! i>y Cltnmticrlniii'H Snlve. One npplicn
a : 1 livvert Hi".- itching mill Inn iiitig sensation.
Via CM N. & L. and S. A. L.
T U BSD AY, JULY 28
Leave Laurens 7:00 a, m. Tuesday Morning
Arrive Atlanta 4:00 p. m.
FOLLOWING RATES WILL APPLY FROM
POINTS NAMED BELOW:
Goldville = - 9:30 a. m. = - $3.00
Laurens = = 7:oo a. m. - - 3.00
Ar. Clinton = lo:oo a. m. = - 3.00
Tickets good to return on any regular train until Friday, July 31st, in
clusive, S. A. L., No. 32, at 1:20 p. m. Children under 12 years half price.
This will be the only Excursion to Atlanta this yea)*, and will be your
only chance to visit the largest city of the South at a low rate.
Separate coaches will be provided for white and colored people.
If you want to have a good time and a pleasant trip, join this crowd.
J. F. Livingston, J. S. Etchberger,
S. A., C, N. & L. T. P. A., 5. A. L.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Revival to Be^in Sunday. |
A series of revival services will l>e j
begun at Chestnut Ridge Baptist church J
next Sunday morning at the usual
preaching hour. These services will he
continued throughout the week in both
a morning and night meetings. Revs.
Watson and Thayer will do the preach
ing. The public generally are invited.
Death of Mr. Jessie O'Neal.
Waterloo, July 19. Mr.Jessie O'Neal
died early yesterday morning at his
honio near Goronnca from the infirmi
ties of old age. Mr. O'Neal was nearly
70 years of age and had many friends
in Laurens COUnty w ho will regret ex
ceedingly tO hear of his death.
The burial services occurred yester
day at tho Mauldin burying groum
near Cross Hill.
?licklcn's Arnica Salve Wins.
Tom Moore, <>f Iturul Uoulc I, Coeh
ran, (Ja., writes: "I had a had soru
come on tin- instep of my fool und could
lind nothing thai would hoal it until I
applied Hucklen's Arnica Salve. Less
than half of a :!"> cenl box won tin-day
for nie by affecting a ncrfecf cure.
Sold under guarantee al Laurens Drug
( o.'s and Palmetto Drug Co. 's drin',
Come, wc will make money for you.?J. C. B. & Co.
Our $35,000 Stock
Is now for sale. Will sell entire slock in bulk or any part you wish,
TO SUIT CUSTOMER.
Clean Sweep of Red Iron Racket
It will pay you to come many miles to attend this closing out sale.
Clean Sweep means everything to go regardless of New York
and Baltimore cost?it's our loss, your gain. (Ask
no questions- -buy the goods.) Our stock
consists of everything you want.
Seeing is believinp;==Come quick!
GOODS WON'T STAY HERE LONG.
J. C. Burns & Co.
Red iron Racket Clean Sweep Sale will make money for you.
Laurens, South Carolina.
Come, WC will make money for you.- .1. C. Ii. & Co.