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CROSS HILL WOMEN
The B. >V, Kali Chapter, V. D. ('., Hon
or Confederate Dead Addresses
by l>r. Miller and Col. Whurtoil.
Cross urn. July B.?The unveiling
of the Confederate monument here
Wednesday was an Interesting occa
sion. Qiute a good crowd was pres
ent, a number Of visitors from I.au
reus, Waterloo and Mount vllle. The
program arranged was carried out
only Mr. J. J. McSwnln, one of the
speakers, could not be here. Dr. Mil
ler end Col. .1. II. Wharton made good
addresses. Miss Leila Nance of Duo
West recited a beautiful selection.
We say well done to our women. The
B. W. Ball chapter. C. I >. C, has done
Well. All honor to them! Since our
women have done so much to honor
(he memory of the soldiers, Bitrely
every one will contribute something
to the monument tO he erected to the
Women of the Confederacy.
Mrs. Carrie McSwain and children
Of Ncwbcrry were Cross Hill visitors
Farmers In this community are hav
ing quite a tussle with the urnss, and
the end Is not yet.
Mr. It. A. Austin made u hurried
business trip to Spartan burg last
Mr. Walter Grimes lots returned
from Florida, whither he went to visit
his brother, Laurens Grimes, who was
seriously hurt by a train of cars.
Lauren8 was flagman ami fell between
(wo cars which passed over him. At
first it was though! he would die of
the injuries, but he escaped with only
severe bruises and tin- Ions of one
I). W. Alderman & Sons Co., Alcubi.
have bought a lot in town and are
building a large Warehouso to store
lumber. Mr. L. F. McSwnln repre
sents them here.
('kiss Hill crossed bats with the
Ninety-Six t,aui on the diamond here
last Wednesday, it was quite an
Interesting rann- ami resulted In a
score of 2 to o in favor of Ninety-Six.
Mr. W. A. Hough of Chester w:>s with
friends here and played with the '"toss
Catarrh Cannot He Cured
with local applications, as they can
not reach tlie seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure it you
must take Internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not
a quack medicine. it was proscribed
by one of the best physicians in this
country for years and is a regular
prescription. It is composed of the
host tonics known, combined with the
best tdood purifiers, act In.*; directly on
the mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two Ingredients
is what produces such wonderful re
sults in curing catarrh. Sc:id for
F. .1. CHKNI3Y .v CO.. Crops..
Sold by drnj-'i-'ists. price 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constl
Made a Splendid Itccord.
Among the most distinguished
guests hero lor the re union and one
to whom the newspaper pcoplo par
ticularly give a warm welcome is Col.
T. I!. Crews, of Laurens, the able ed
itor of the Lnuronsvlllo Herald. Col.
Crews was in (lie cavalry service dur
ing the war. ami made a splendid re
cord. II?' is a veteran newspaper
man, enjoying among the pencil
pushers of South Carolina the distinc
tion of being the oldest among them
in point of service, lie was for sev
eral years president of the State Press
association, ami regularly attends the
meeting*! as he does those of the
South Carolina division. C. C. V., and
the general re-union.--Cluster Lan
'** " A Horrible llnld-t p.
"About ten years ago my brother
was 'held up' In his work, health and
happiness by What was believed to be
hop,'less consumption", writes W. It.
Llpscoinb, of Washington, N. c. "Me
took all kinds of remedies and treat
ment from several doctors, but found
no h?lp till he used Dr. King's New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles, He Is a well man today".
It is ipiiek to relieve ami is the surest
euro for weak or sore lunns. hemorr
hages, coughs and olds, bronchitis,
la grippe, asthma and all bronchial
affections. 50c and Jl.ee. Trial bot
tle free. Guaranteed by Laurens
Drug Co, ami Palmetto Drug Co.
.lohn W. Smith of Konno. a member
of Co II. Fourth S. C. regt., is an old
veteran who proudly claims tliat he
is "unreconstructed" ami will *o u>
the grave so. Mr. Smith Is taking In
the re-unlon and expects to have fl
great time here with his old comrades.
the re-unions ...
. Von will find the best line of Jelly
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
MISSION DAY AT HARMONY.
Interesting Program Rendered Last
SUNDAY MOHN IM..
Harmony, July :f.?On last Sunday
the Sunday school of this place gave
one of (he most touching and inter
esting programs that has been given
for many years in old Harmony
church. The Sunday school seems
to lie Improving In many ways. Af
ter the program was finished Rev. N.
(!. ncthea, the pastor, gave an excel
lent talk ami brought out many inter
esting points on mission work. The
people seemed to lie touched for those
in the heathen lands, as the collection
was almost twice as much as ever
taken on childrcns' day at Harmony.
The farmers of this section arc hav
ing trouble with the mass; it seems
thai some sunshine would be very
Mrs. Lnrkin Hughes, who has been
visiting in this community, has re
turned to her home in Tic-kens.
.Miss Ksteiie Taylor of Princeton
was in this section Sunday.
Mrs. Tom Downey of I.aurcs has
been visiting in this section.
Mr. .lohn C. Cheek of Mountville
was In this community last week.
Rev. .1. A. Hughes of this section
went to IMckens last week where he
will represent the Owens Bros.' Mar
ble Co. of Creenwood.
I'IMNt ll'.M OP OKA SCHOOL.
Rev. II. II. (irler Chosen I'or the Posi
tion Other Notes of Interest.
Ota. July .".th. .Mrs. Howard t'abl
well and daughter. Kli/.abeth. have
been spending several days with Mrs.
Caldwell's sister. Mrs. (). I.. Hunter.
Mrs. Duvaii Compton of Spartan
burg and Master .lohn Lindsey of (Min
ton are the attests of Mrs. A. H. Work
An unusually large congregation
gather..I at the A. R. P. church last
Sabbath. The pastor, Rev. R. H-.
drier, is one of the best in the synod
and his sermon on yesterday was up
to his usual high standard.
Miss lOstelle McCllntock and brother
of Due West are visiting their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McClin
Miss Virginia Owens and brother of
Clinton are visitors at Mrs. <>. I..
At a meeting of the school board
this morning Rev. lb II. Qrler was
elected principal. The assistant
teacher will be announced later.
Miss Helle Cralg will leave soon for
Montreat, where she goes to attend
the missionary conference.
President Helps Orphans.
Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by the president of the Indus
trial and Orphans' Home at Macon,
On., who writes: "We have used
Fleet ric luiters in this institution for
nine years. It has proved a most
excellent medicine for stomach, liver
and kidney troubles. We regard it
as one of the besl family medicines
on earth". It invigorates the vital
organs, purifies the blood, aids diges
tion. Cientes appetite. To strengthen
and I uild up thin. pale, weak children
<>r run-down people it has no equal.
Hest lor female complaints. Only ?"?"<?
at Laurens Drug t'o. and Palmetto
l ite Cotton itloom.
on Friday The Advertiser received
another cotton bloom in a letter from
Gray Court signed Robert Hill, in
which he says ii is (he 11.st cotton
bloom he has seen ibis season. He
lives on Mr. W. Ii. Martin's place and
says he has a line crop We are glad
to h.ar this and to see the bloom.
The Advertiser I Ikes to record the
first blooms of COttOli, Like "The
Last Hose of Summer", the first bloom
of cotton is always interesting, Only
it happens thirl the Hill bloom was
not the firol tills season, as we made
mention of several "11 ist I looms" re
ceived last Week.
NOTICE (IK ELECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by more
than one-third of the qualified elect
ors and free holders residing in the
Mountville High School District, Hun
ter No. ::. LntirOns County. South Car
olina, asking for an election, upon the
question of le yilig a two i2) mill lax
upon property in said High School
District to he used for High School
purposes have been bled with the
Comity Hoard of education, an elec
tion is hereby ordered upon said ques
tion, said election to be held on (he
17th day of July. 19011, at the Mount
ville High School HOUSe, under the
management of (he trustees of said
Only such electors as return real
or personal property for taxation, and
who exhibit their tax receipts and reg
istration certificates, as required in
the general election, shall be allowed
Those favoring the tax shall vole
a ballot containing the word "Yes"
written or printed thereon; those
?*?v shall vote a ballot
"? n or
Co. supi. oi Kducatibn,
July 3, P.Ktfi?I9-2H
Din't buy Fruit Jars before yon see
our line of Mason's In all sizes.
I S. M. & K. II. Wllkes & Co.
What about protecting
your property against loss
by fire. We have as good
as the best in the way of
Laurens Fire In
C. W. McCRAVY, Mgr.
N'ow is your chance to get
at greatly reduced prices, all
clean, good stock.
Hot Water Bags.
These are sick room
necessities and each
household should have
Now is your chance
to get a good one
See our line of Brush
es, Combs and Toilet
The Old Reliable.
WILMINCTON, N. C AND RETURN
COLUMBIA- NEWBERRY AND LAU
Ton day excursion ticket?
on sale each Thursday, May 27111
to August Ujth, 1909. All tick
ets limited to reach original start
ing point returning ten days in
addition date of sale.
All excellent opportunity
to visit popular Wrightsville
Beach, X. C, at a small cost.
Kor information call on
ticket agent, or write,
W. J. CRAIG,
tt" Passenger Traffic Manager.
Schools of Arts, Science, Kduca
lion, Law, Knginccriug and
Ton different courses h ading
to tlu- degrees of A. B< and P.. S.
College feel, room and light,
$66.00, Board $12.00, per month.
Tuition remitted in special cases.
Petty-two scholarships each
worth Si00 in cash and free tui
tion. For catalogue address,
S. C. MITCHELL, President
Columbia, 8. C.
A?1< your On
T>ri>|r?l?t ftnil _
DIAMOND IIKANI? PII.I.H, for twrnty.flro
yciiri regarded *? ne?U.Stiffbt, A1 w Ay * Ki llaMe.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
$$& EVERYWHERE ?S
AHE VOl THINKING OF
Investing in real estate? Or are you
merely looking for a home or place
of business to rent? We will assist
you. whatever your needs, and we
can faithfully promise you a bargain
in what lines we do business for you.
SOME HOUSES FOR SALE
that arc gems of fine building and
attractive in appearance and arrange
ment. Terms to suit. Better see
Todd Building Laurens, S. C.
Any size," any style, any price.
Line of neat oval
Frames assorted sizes
and finished suitable
On Partial Payments.
A small amount down and a little each
month will soon
Buy 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 weighty
of the Diamond you buy from us.
We sell the best and at rea
sonably low prices.
Is There Sickness
in Your Home?
Then who's filling your
proscriptions? Who is sup
plying your sick room
wants? < Inc tiling about
our stock is that it is rclia
blp fresh, the drugs and
medicines can he depended
on to do jnst what they are
expected to do and best of
sll our service is pjoiupt,
We fill any doctors pre
emption as it should be
A Word to the Parents of Laurens County
Do you desire a liberal education for your boy? If so can you send him to ft
better place than ERSKINE COLLEGE, Due West, S. C. ? You know the
good reputation of Due West. ERSKINE COLLEGE has been a neighbor to
von for more than 10 years. It offers the opportunity for liberal culture at a
reasonable cost. Free tuition in Wylie Home for girls, for illustrated catalogue,
J. S. MOFFATT, Duo West. S. C.
$ LARGE PROFITS
? IN REAL ESTATE J
Suppose you had bought REAL ESTATE five
or ten years ago?
What would your profit have been now?
Why not profit by the past and buy now for the
future. Five years from now there will be in
crease in values as large per cent as in the past
We have for sale lots with or without buildings
and nice farms and will make suitable term?!
? Laurens Trust Co. ?
C. A. Power, Mgr. Real Estate Department.
* Misses Drop Stitch f
I HOSIERY j
* The 15c quality this week ?
5j at 10c a pair, colors Pink Blue jf
J and White. f
*J Many have taken advan= ??
ij tage in the reduction of summer $
?2 goods The cut prices will con= &
?5 tinue during this week an oppor- &
* tunity to secure a nice dress at &
* a small cost at, <f
% W. G. WILSON & COMPANY f
wm% Laurens, S. C: A,
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Littleton Female College
One of the most successful and liest equipped boarding schools in the
South with hot water heat, electric lights and other improvement !
28th annual session Will begin Sept. 10, 1900. For catalogue nddre. |
J. M. RHODES. President, Littleton. N. C.
That's the kind we Guarantee
It is not every so called plumber that
knows how to do good honest and sanitary
work. But that's what you want, (iood
and sanitary work?that is the kind we
do. Wc use only the best material and
will place the fixtures you select. We
will not let you select a fixture that is not
sanitary. Let us figure on your plumbing
All repair work promptly done and guaranteed.
See us about Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
J. H. Boyd & Co
Electrical and Plumbing Contractors.
Phone No. 240, Laurens. S. C.