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Makes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rolls and muffins.
The only taking Powder
Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
The old l-lub building Is receiving
a good coal of fresh paint; the fit
is good, the pattern is nne. the color
stylish, and tbo old building now ap
pears to its friends looking much
neater and more Inviting.
i'."cause it is Lent is no reason why
you should deny yourself the pleasure
ol reading The Advertiser. The
"Church does not expect it; so read all
the news, the advertisements and you
will be none the worse for it.
Again we call attention to the exist
ence of an undersirable ling or cattle
pen near the spuare. Where is the
health ofllcer anyhow?
The county will vote the question
ol issuing bonds to the amount of
$7(0,000 to rebuild the bridges destroy
ed by tlu> August Hoods. Of course
.it ought to tie carried; nobody will
?deny the necessity of the work. We
hope that all the bridges will lie of
the best modern steel structure
bridges that will last, ami that Moods
cannot carry away. Mr Irby Intro
duced tin" measure in the house of
representatives ??ailing for the flect
How about the rural routes in your
part of the country, dear renders?
Are they kepi up. and is there su(He
len! mail to justify the continuance
Of the service. These matters some
times escape your attention and if
you don't watch them, there is danger
ol losing your routes. Subscribe
for The Advertiser and that will swell
the amount of the mail handled.
Winder why they put such ugly,
small window panes in the windows
of the new school building? GlICSS
it must be because they expect the
"bad boys" to knock 'em out right
along and since they are small it will
tie cheap to replace them. At least,
t!i..: is the only reason the Reporter
can soo for such measly little old
The Reporter has heard of a number
d farmers who will this year do a
?.Mod deal of true!; planting, and
market their produce in Laurons.
That is line; there's money in it
leady money, Resides it Is foolish'
ue.ss to depend on one lone crop for a
living. Cotton is not the only crop
Jfcal can bo made in these parts.
('?nod friend, have you some good
books thai you will donate lb the City
library? Possibly you have a few
?ji.t you have already read and will
Very likely never need again; there
are people here who have never lead
ihom you tinh do a service to your
' liows by glvltlg these hooks to the
library. Or if you prefer just soiul
.1 chock lor any auiottlit; the library
needs books and money.
Lauren3 has no dispensaries, but a
id is a necessity. Occasionally a
t",v (OUghs anl criminals stroll into
those parts from "North Carolina" and
roquiro attention. The existence of
jails keeps a lot of people out of mis
chief. The nature and condition of
l?f jail makes it an Interesting and
.ting escapade to effect an escape.
The Hotel I.aureus.
Mr. .1. I'. Strobol, well known to
the boys" who have had Knoree on
(holt' calling lists during the last two
years, has taken over the Motel L?n
tens, at Laurons, and says he is deter
mined to make it a comfortable place
lor commercial travelers, and if the
present facilities are not adequate to
rnoet the wants of the patrons of the
house, the owner has expressed him.
Self as willing to add more sample
rooms and bed rooms. Mr. Strubel s
Idea Is that a satisfied guest is a guest
forever, and he proposes to live up to
that principle. The Slate.
The man who Invented the lawn
mower was dotlbtlOSS a genius, but
he sreated a lot of trouble for his
The man who objects to a noisy
Fourth ought to hie himself to the
?loep, dark wootls and forgot it.
MARRIAGE VT PRINCETON.
Mr. Marion Sloan Weils Miss rioroni'o
Paste. Other Items.
Princeton, Mar. I.?Miss I.onnto
Culbortson from mar Greenwood, be
gins teaching a music class this week.
There art- twelve already who are un
der her instruction and others will
likely join tills (dass.
Rev. and .Mrs. ?. M. Sexton are
visiting relatives in I.aureus Ulis
Messrs. Win. Woods and James
Traynham had business in Laurens
Mr. Mui'ff of Mississippi visited rel
atives of this [llace last week.
Mr. a. M. (lodgers of near Fountain
Inn. visited bis nephew. Mr. Moony
Henderson hist Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Lli/a McCuen was a visitor to
some of her relatives at Fel/.er last
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Marion Sloan of Simpsonville
was married to Miss Florence Page.
the eldest daughter of Mr. .1. Wesley
Pago, on Sunday afternoon at the
home of the bride's parents. Rev.
(!. M. Sexton officiating minister.
They will he at home to their friends
at Simpsonville .
Mr. .lohn M. Woods, by a unani
mous vote, was elected superintendent
of the Princeton Baptist Sunday
school. The Sunday school is to bo
congratulated on securing the services
of such a good worker and good man
as Bro. Woods.
Mr. Will Morgan of llonea Path has
moved into the .his. Traynham house.
We welcome them to our town and
hope they will feed at home among us.
Little Helen Ruth, the two year old
child of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thompson,
passed away on Saturday the 20th.
Sunday afternoon after short and ap
propriate services conducted by the
pastor, the body was laid to rest in
the Columbia cemetery. To the sor
rowing parents and sorely stricken
loved ones we extend our deepest sym
pathy and commend them to the love
of our heavenly Father, who will be
their strength and comfort now, and
at last wipe away their every tear.
General Election Tuesday.
Tin' general election for municipal
ofllcers will he held at the usual
hours and under the usual regulat
ions next Tuesday. March 9th. The
tow council will go into office the
The March Salesday.
Monday of this week was salesday
it: Laurens. and there was a good
crowd in the city. It was an un
usual day in that there were no public
stiles; however, a few wagons and
mules were sold.
SCHOOL BOA 111) IIK.KLK(TKI).
Election at Mountvlllc Laymen's
Kallj Next Sunday.
Motintville. March I. There will
be a Laymen's Mlssonary Pally at
Mouiltvillc Baptist church next Sun
day morning at I I O'olot k. The
speakers arc Messrs, C. I',. Hobo and
?lohn M. liudgens of Laurons, The
public arc InvilOd to attend.
At the election held here and at the
Other precincts in the territory Thurs
day of last week for trustees of the
Wad-worth School funds, the old
hoard were reelocted as follows: w. a.
Austin and S II. ClogglUS of Cross
Hill. M, It. Crisp and A. R, Holum.; of
Mounlvllle, ami ,1, ,1, Voting near Gold
villi'. Little interest was taken in
the fleet ion as everybody seemed
satisfied with the work of the present
Miss Fli/.a Mary Suliivan of Clinton
has been spending a few days with
her cousins, the Misses Boyd.
ReV, B. P. Mitchell went to Green
wood one day last week on business
pertaining to lumher for church build
Mr. La Fayotte Crisp and family of
Whltmlre are visiting their people
Mrs. W. .1. Cluck, who went with
Miss Mario Tongue to Baltimore a few
weeks ago, returned Saturday morn
ing. She loft Marie Improving with
the hope that In a week or two she
will bo sufficiently recovered to ro
ll urn home.
NvSti \1\ ELECTED INTENDANT.
Municipal Election In Cross Hill
Personal I (cms.
Cross Hill. .Mar. I.?All election was
held last Thursday for Intendant and
Wardens. Mr. L i\ McSwnin was
elected Intendant ni 1 \V. M. Miller,
i'. s. PInson, -ino. w. lanun and John
Wade, Wardens. Mr. M. T. Simpson,
present Intendant, delclned re-elec
An election the same day for Wards
worth trustees resulted in electing R.
A. Austin. S. II. Goggans, J. J. Young,
A. R. Holmes and M. 1'.. Crisp. All
Miss Sara Beeks visited her sister
at McCormicks last Saturday.
Mrs. Clolphln of Ninety Six is with
Mrs. Anna Watts for a nice long visit.
Miss Llda and Lilly May Rudd are
in Atlanta selecting their spring mil
Mr. II. F. Vincent and Mrs. (lens
j Holding were married last Saturday
at clrcenw od. They had hover tuet
before that day. They came to Cross
Hill Saturday night. She left him
on Sunday and went hack to her
home In Greenwood county on Mon
day. "Married In haste repent al
Mr. I*. S. Pinsoil has been ip'ite sick
for several days.
Mr. Turner IMnson will go to the
hospital in Chester today. He has
been unwell for several days ami he
may submit to an operation for ap.
75 acres U miles of Laurens ('. II.
on Milton road $2,000.
House and lot on Hampton street,
The Switzer farm, 236 acres, on easy
The James T. P.rownlee tract 82 3-4
acres, near Warrior Creek Church.
Fine livery stable on Mill street, very
low and one-half cash.
117 acres of land within one-fourth
mile of Watts Mills. From one acre
lots up. Cheap.
Three hundred and fifty acres, I! miles
from town, half in line timber, $15.00
The prettiest place in Fountain Inn
at a bargain ? $'1,000.
'102 acres in two tracts, on Duncan's
creek, near Garlington station.
140 acres near Ware Shoals, finely
improved and in high state cultivation.
92 3-4 acres near Tumbling- Shoals,
high state cultivation, with six-room
132 acres between Laurens and Clin
ton at a bargain.
We have that magnificent farm
known as the Van Robertson farm,near
Waterloo, 244 acres at a bargain, and
very easy terms.
313 acres near Waterloo, the Amanda
500 acres near Stomp Springs, the
(best bargain of them all.
One six room house and lot on Flem
ing si reel at a bargain.
97 acres, the Boyd farm at Rovd's
Mill, $1000; one-half cash.
200 town lots at all kind.; of prlct -
One lot on N. Harper St.. nie,, build
ing lot, between Steve Taylor's ami .1.
Come and sec us for any kind of real
estate city or countrv.
25 II. P. Boiler and H. P. Engine
and Brick outfit cheap, in good shape.
Two houses and lots near Laurens
cotton mill store.
! Anderson & Blakely
West Main St. LAURKNS, S. C.
Dr. F. J. Intnan formerly of
Spnrtanhurg announces that he
has located in Laurens. having
offices in the Enterprise Rank
building, room No. I. and is now
prepared to PIT GLASSES for
any and all eyes.
Dr. Inrr n is a graduate Op
tieian, and thoroughly qualificc
to serve the people acceptably.
Dr. F. J. Intnan
II X IL SETTLEMENT.
Take nolico that on the llth day of
March, 190?, l will render a final
account of my acts and doings as Ail.
minlstrator with will annexed of the
estate of William Simpson, deceased,,
in the olllco <>t tin* Judge of Probate
of Laurens county, at 11 o'clock, a. in.,
and on the sumo day will apply for a
final discharge from my trust as Ad
ministrator with will annexed.
All p? rsons indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven, or be forever barred.
L. F. Simpson.
Administrator with will Annexed.
Feb. 10. 1909.- I mo.
On Partial Payments.
A small amount dow n anil a little each
motitn will soon
Buv a Diamond
You will have it paid for before you
know it, and with the money you
would have thrown away.
You know the quality and the weight
of the Diamond you buy from us.
We sell the best anil at rea
sonably low prices.
Vou can't afford to
allow your property
to go unprotected
against FIRK. Let
us write you a policy
in tin old line lire in
F:. 11. WILKES & SON
4- Low Rar?|ve
Laurens, S. C.
A Speedy Cure for
( onstipalion, IUliiu: ? iiess, I >vs]>< pii.i, In'!it:t'iiion,
1,1 vor Complaints, Tired Keeling, liaJ Taste in
tin? Mould, Had Complexion, S'trvou i.Mil all
diseases ol Ilia st ?nach, Livof und liowels
?? ?loodlno LUer Pill?"
?et gently, yet thoroughly upon die bowel?, liver,
stom.uhand digestive organs. I lie pills, in old
and i l.inine eiset ?i i instlpa'lon and indigestion,
act at nncu, without griping, nor do they )e iv< ? y
unpleasant after cite, i , nor form a constant habit
ot purging, produced I y other cathartic rented
?? IMnodlno Uvei fills "
restore the deranged and torpid liver !?> i's normal
condition and healthful acsJon Uemove and pre
vent constipation by sei urtng a natural ami n nit
lar operation ol the bowels, and relieve those un*
pleasant symptoms which attend a diseased 01
morbid condition ol the liver, stomach and bowels
I'o assist In attaining this end, the follow ing sug
gest on; arc offered,
Kl MAliKS. Everyone who u?< pills) fJi
their a, inhi on the liver, should know that latgi
dnses rarely prove as satisfactory as small on -,
Largo doset simply purge and pass out of tin- w
(cm, usually leaving the bowels constipated, ami
sc) lom removing the < auto of the troulde, or im
pi ive ihr general health. On the other hand,
imall doses develop the aliriative effect ol the
medicine, do not irritate or constipate the bowel
hut gently stimulate the liver and prevent the
accumulation of bile by direc ling its fl>w into the
proper channels. Therefore it is advisable locom
mence hy taking l?Ol over one or two pills at bed
Inno and increase dose as necessary.
Ormts : ?I find your *' Bloodme Liver Pills"
the most eifecttve pill I ever used. The* cause
BO griping or consiipjtive after effect as most liver
pills no. Vouis truly,
? ? MRS. AMAbA RICHARDSON.
Blood i tie
. Liver Pi 11*
25^3c"box. s boxei i.oo
Hloodlne Ointment cares Piles, joe a bos.
DR. B. F. POSEY
Laurens, S. C.
New Arrival in
Hoy's 1'. ints
New Percales per S d.
Now Ginghams per yd.
New Linen in all color- pt
N\ w Dress Goods per yd.
Mesaliue Silks per yd.
$ lO.Ol * to J>2( >.00
Ns.?.i i> > to $6.50
50c, 75c and r.oo
1?>c. 1.?1 !e
loe 12 i'jc
50c 75c and 1.111)
1 )o y?ur sh< rpping at
J. E. Minter & Bro
.Standard?classical?popular sheet music?I nst 1 net ion
Hooks?Folios?Complete Kdilious? 10c music.
Mail orders given prompt attention?Let us have- yours.
Trial selection package sent responsible parties upon re
Free Special Offer
FREU! Sl'KCI AI. < >F V VAU In order that we may he
brought in touch with a large number of music buyers, wi
are offering absolutely free postage prepaid (.?) two beau,
tit'ul pieces of music for the names and addresses of ten
(10I persons owning pianos who are interested in buying
Make list giving correct address and full name and mail to
us-we will send music by return mail?No futher con
ditions, Send list to-day- This tree offer is limited.
Write for catalogue- and list of songs the world is singing.
We can promptly till your order for any thing in music?
Music Hooks, etc.
SI'.N'I) TRIAL ORDKR, ADDRKSS.
K. S. Conrad
Dept. L. 121 So?th .Main Si .
GREENVILLE, - SOUTH CAROLINA
"The Best of Everything Musical."
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Specials for This Week
New Silk and NIusHii Sali its lit all the seasons Sha leji
Okie Silks, a beautifu! light Weigh) hVablc for evening
Gowns, in all the new shades, pci' yard 39c
A beautiful line of new Kmbroideries, ranging in
prices from 5c per yard to 52.2,5
All last season Kutbroidcrics worth from 25c per yd. to
i,00 are being sold lot 15c pet yd.
Cotttc in and take a look at them.
O. B. Simmons &. Son.