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The (Uiiton Mlxup.
"Wat a good boy am I." Those
Clinton boys are bound to die young;
s. h supereminent virtues cannot be
Itiu: for this world, and their friends
have great cause to feel deeply con
001 ned about them.
But the Newberry boys?"O my."
What a bad lot they must be: that is
according to the Clinton way of tell
The Clinton correspondent of The
Laurens Advertiser i>uts all the blame
on \ewberry for Monday's mlxup.
WO Id have the public believe that a
handful of young men would no Into
U town where everybody Roes to the
ball games and deliberately bring on
ISven if the Newberry hoys were
ever so rough, they ought to be cred
ited With liavlng a lit.le sense -
enough with not trying to bring on a
Si a a with overwhelming numbers
agalnsl them, just to win the third
time from a team they had already
won two games from. The thing Is
Incredible on its face.
Whatever the (.Minion public may
believe about It. there is nobody down
tbla way who believes the kind of
- iff sent to The Advertiser by the
Clinton correspondent. The members
Oi the Newberry ball team are known
tO he hiuh-toned ami well-COUdUCted
roan?with plenty of grli and spirit.
! <> with ho meanness, ami utterly
incapable of trying to take an unfair
advantage in a ball name, or of be
having as they are charged with be
having a' Clinton.
;t is remarkably strange (hut it is
the Clinton team alone thai the New
berry team has troubles with. I low
then can the fault all be bh Ihe New
bei" ) side? It isn't, of course.
The Observer gives the statement
on both sides. The reader can put
the blame where he thinks it belongs.
?hat Fools Ye Mortals He.
The Greenwood Index is the author
of the following very timely sugges
"A young woman in Nashville Tues
day siiot and killed tin* man who had
wronged her. it ever) unfortunate
young woman similarly wronged were
to so treat the man who had wronged
her. there would be far less of this
sort of Immorality."
And the very next day a young gen
tleman it',! in Massachusetts shot, and
killed, a young lady merely because
she had indulged in the pleasant and
popular little pastime of breaking her
engagement with him! The unfortu
nate young man i ?t then proceeded
to make the end of his earthly sor
row.-, complete by taking his own life.
j Verily. Puck ha l much food for in
spiration when he got Up his trade
mark: ?Cingney Ledger.
l'HIKNDSHIP SCHOOL TO CLOSE.
Solicitor It. \. Cooper Will Make
Address Next Frida*.
Friendship, May 19.?The Friend,
ship school will ?dose a very success
ful year's work next Friday, the "1st.
Solicitor It, A. Cooper of Laarens will
make the (losing address oil Friday
'evening at vl".. Mr. Cooper is well
known at Friendship, and the patrons
of the school and people of Friend
ship are delighted thai it is their
privilege to hear this glfi >d speaker
Friendship school has made marked
improvements during this year. The
interior of the building, which has
been Unpainted for fifteen years, is
now snowy white, several framed
paintings, reproductions of famous
An interesting story as told by Harry A. Slaziet, a protni
ncnt Kireman of Maiden, Mass: "Last winter I had a severe
cold and it settled on my kidneys, causing the most excruciat
ing pain almost every time I attempted to move; I had tried
everything imaginable to get relief, with no success, until I was
advised to try ?' lUoodinc,'' which to my great surprise, gave
me relief almoVt l'rom the first dose, and before I had taken
one bottle I wasVpmptctely cured." " Uloodine" is a wonder
ful vitalizing toniiV It the blood is impure, complexion bad,
appetite lost, strength gone and the whole syst eta is upset by
an accumulation of humors, it is time to try" Bloodine today,
litoodine, large bottles 60c. Hloodine Pills cure Liver Ills; 25c
a Lux. Sold on a positive guarantee by
DR. B. F. POSEY
Laurens, S. C.
Boots Vs. Men.
Boots goon feet; so do men.
Hoots have solos; so do well.
Boots sometimes get light; so do uic.i.
Poor boots are run over; so arc poor men.
A boot to get <Mi needs a pull; so does a ::i
Soitie boots have red tops; so have sonic me:t.
Some boots lose tlieirsoles; so do some men,
Some boots are imitation-calfcsonie men are the
Some boots can't stand w ater; neithei can some men.
When a boot is well soaked it is a bad case; so
is a man.
A hoot, to be ?>l much account, needs a mate; so
does a man.
A hoot well heeled tools comfortable; so does a man.
J. W. Page
Shoe Maker, Latirens, S. C.
For nervous, fired women, wo recommend Har
dui. Carditi is a woman's medicine, It nets specifi
cally on the female organs and has a tonic, building
effccl on the whole system, If contains no harmful
ingredients, being a pwrc Vegetable extract, If you
suffer from some form m female trouble, get Cardui
at once and give it a lair (rial.
ftTrs. W. W. Cirdnor, of Padttcnh, Ky., <rio.l Cardtti and wriiea:
"I think Cardni is jitsl grand. 1 have Keen nsir.ir it for oloven years,
I am '18 years old and feel liko a different woman, sic.ee i havo been
i taking it. 1 used to stiller from bearing down aim, nervousness
and sleeplessness, btl< now the pains are all gono ami \ sloop good.
I highly recommend Cardui for young ami old." Try it.
AT ALL DRUG- STORES
paintings, have teen placed on the
walls, and maps, blackboards, charts,
and many other conveniences have
been secured, The grounds have
been greatly improved, walks laid out.
grass seeds sown, roses, lilacs, jon
quils., violets, and other flowers put
All who are interested in education
are invited to be present Friday eve
On Sunday. May Rev. .lames
Dallas win preach at Friendship
church, after which communion ser
vice w ill be held.
(las Blew Out.
Cook- The gas stove has gone out.
Lady?Well, get a match and li^ht
Cook?Hut it has gone out through
Keep us in mind for the best of Ice
Boxes. Different sizes, '
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Complimentary to .Miss Adeline
Johnstone of Newberry, who is visit
ing Miss Mary Todd. a delightful re
ception was tendered Thursday ofter
noon to the members of the Srysterl
ous Twenty-tWO ?Muh by Miss Kli/.a
betll Shell at her home OU Main
street. Miss Shell was assisted in
receiving her guests by Misses Nell
Miller and Bessie Chlldre3s. The
game for the afternoon was checkers,
after an hour's entertainment at this
a delicious salad course with coffee
Mrs. las. Powell of Wilmington. X
('.. is in the city visiting her mother.
Mrs. Rosa I. Calne.
Mrs, s K. Uoney returned yesterday
from a three weeks' visit to her for
mer home in Waltorboro.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Mi^s Willie Mae Childless will visit
I friends in Columbia this* week, having
remained there after the meeting of
the King's Daughters.
Mrs. H. K Alken was elected assist
ant secretar> for this state at the re
cent meeting of the King's Daughters
Mr. nttd Mrs A. IV Harris with their
four children are in the city visiting
Mis. Harris" father. Mr. I.. C. Calle.
Sr . ?m West Main streeet.
Mr. U Mcllardy Mailldln ami sis
ter. Miss Helen, were in the city Sat
urday assisting Miss Bottle Mai> Maul
din in the violin recital at Mrs. Men
Among the delightful occasions of
tbf season, nothing more charming
lias occurred than the violin recital
by the pupils of Miss Maublln on Sat
unlay evening. May at the resi
lience of Mis. James s. Dennett. This
recital was uiihpie; it was something
entirely out of the usual to heat such
youthful lads and lassie.-, performing
in the role of really Rae artists. Most
of the pupils are quite young and it
was surprising to see their ease ami
dignity ?s they stood, most of them,
for the llrst time before an audience,
They ilid honor to their splendid
teacher, who for ten months has so
faithfully trained them. The duet,
"Silver Threads Among tin* Hold." by
flora Dennett, aged 6 years, on the
violin, and Henry Hennett. aged S
years, on the piano, was especially
Hue The duets by Miss Manldin an I
her sister Miss Helen Manldin an!
the accompaniments on the piano by
their brother. Mr. Mellardv Manldin,
were very line. The large party as
sembled in Mrs. Dennett's beautiful
home voted I he ev ening ;i perfect sue
eess and hope for another Just like i(
T. C. TURNER, JR.,
Will practiced in all State courts
Prompt attention given to all business.
(Mice in Enterprise Hank Building.
Listen to What the
New Clothing Store
Has to sav
Come and see for yourself
and That Will Prove
what we sav
ILaurons, SouUi Carolina
? We are still selling" great values in Suits, Shoes
Hats and Gents Furnishings
The extremely low prices that we have put on our clothing
has made them great sellers for us, and a great saving for you.
It will pay you to see these values before buying. Remember that
you will find everything in our store new and up-to-date goods.
We are here to live and let live. We want you to see the great
values that we are selling in Men's, Boy s and Children' Clothing.
i Read these prices and come and see what we save
you in buying from us.
Boy's Wash Suits 50, 75, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
Boy's Knickerbocker Suits - $1.25 to #6.00
Boy's Knickerbocker Odd Pants 50c to $1.25
Men's All Wool Flanel Suits - - $4.50
Men's Blue Serge Suits double and single
breasted worth $10.00 to go at - $6.50
One Lot of Fancy Worsted, worth $12.50
to go at ----- $o.50
$15.00 Values to go at - - - $10.00
$16.50 Values to go at - $12.50
$18.00 Values to go at - - $15.00
Our $16.50, $18.50, $20,00 and $22.50 are the
greatest values that have ever been shown in
Shoes and Oxfords.
For the newest thing out in shoos and oxfords
we have them in the IUI win Clapp, Regal, Rals
ton, and Fellow Craft.
You will find all the Stylo. Comfort and Wear in
these Shoes or Oxfords from
$1.25 to $0.50
Just ask us to show you some of the Hats that
we arc selling from $1.00 to $5.00
Our entire stock was purchased new
tili:* season. No old Goods
Remember it is a pleasure for us to show our goods for the prices
are always pleasing to you. Remember the money back
is our guarantee if goods don't come up or suit you
Uo*To-Date One Price Clothiers.
Laurens, S. C.