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fR J. N. Leak, Pres. J. F. Dorroh, Sec'y. J
^| We hope to merit the business of the public at large J|
f8i and solicit same. 3J|
? Apply to us for terms 3^
Southern Co-Operative ?
Collection Agency j
?5 Gray Court, 5. C. J
Busines placed with this firm will receive prompt
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Pianos, Pianos, Pianos.
Here is a help for all workers in The Adverti
ser's Popularity Contest. For the names of
three prospective buyers this fall for Pianos,! will
give 200, votes for every sale of a piano to any of
the persons whose names^have been sent to me,
I will give 5oo votes. Should all the pros
pective buyers, sent to me purchase a piano, I
will give 3000 votes.
This means much for every worker or their friends. My
Pianos are equal( if not superior) to any pianos offered to the
buyer and I sell for much less prices and on terms to suit
Free music lessons for 6 months to every purchaser of a
piano. Teacher of your own selection, Music Teachers are
requested to give me their address, it is to their advantage.
L. A. McCord
Laurens, S. C.
It is surprising, even to us, to note the new business which
comes to us daily, proving
First. That our efforts to please arc appreciated.
Second. That we have the confidence of the people.
Third. That the masses think well of us.
Fourth. That our location is convenient.
Fifth. That the public likes getting .} per cent interest.
Sixth. That quarterly interest is what the public likes.
Laurens, S. C.
0>T4i^l^^!^ 2& >?<8 S>?<5 3&8 ? 5>Ta t>?4! 3% $? O
*2 Misses Drop Stitch &
I HOSIERY I
The 15c quality this week ?
^ at !0c a pair, colors Pink Blue
S and White. *
?J Many have taken advan- J<i
^ tage in the reduction of summer Ji
>5 goods The cut prices will con- 5?
?5 tinue during this week an oppor= &
g tunity to secure a nice dress at ?
* a small cost at, jf
IW. G. WILSON & COMPANY j
?5 Laurens, S. C: 51
FOR THE FALL SEASON
Number of Business Changes Noted?
Nen Residences Mountain Visit
ors Return?Personal Facts.
Clinton. August 31.?This last day of
summer llmls Clinton getting ready for
the busy fall. There will be several
business changes in addition to those
that have already taken place. Mr.
H. J. Copeland and Mr. Guy C. Pitts
have bought the business of Mr. E. C.
Uriggs and are selling out the stock
on hand. Mr. Sidney Denson has
bought Mr. R. .1. Copeland's interest
in the Simpson-Copeland Co. There
will be several moves among the
Among new residences in process of
erection Is a large frame house on
North Rroad street. It is being built
by Mr. .lohn Voting for rent. Dr. M.
.1. McFndden 1ms purchased the lot
adjoining Prof. Hall's and will build on
it this fall. Mr. 1*. C. Copeland, Jr..
is .oiling bis bouse back from where
it stands on Hast Main street and will
replace it with a handsome colonial
Mr. W. I). Mason has rented Mrs.
M. .1. Hays' house and with his family
will move here from RenilO about the
first of October,
i Mr. Tom Goldsmith of Fountain Inn
lias rented the bouse of Mis. .1. Q.
Phillips and will bring bis family here
A number of Clintoninns have re
turned from the mountains, among
them being Mr. .1. 1'. Little. Mr II. B.
Leamtlll, Mrs. R. '/.. Wright. Misses
Sallie and I.e.- Wright. Master U. /..
Wright, Misses Fronde and Janie Ken
nedy. Misses Katharine, Elizabeth,
and Mary Bean, and Misses Marian
and Emmie McCrnry are expected in
Clinton this week. Misses Bora and
Uuth Bailey accompanied their father.
Mr. R. h. Bailey, on a delightful north
ern tour from which they have just re
turned. Mr. and Mrs. .1. I. Copeland
and children have returned from a vis
it to Mrs. Copeland's relatives in An
derson. Dr. .lohn W. Voting has re
turned from a two weeks' visit to rel
atives in Alabama. Mrs. .lack Young
ami little Miss Elizabeth return today
from a visit to relatives in Columbia.
The family of Dr. A. .1. Bl'iggS is ex
pected from Skyland, N. C. this week.
A number of visitors are in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Burr of Nashville. Tenn..
, are guests of his sister. Mrs. .1. I).
.Jacobs. Prof, and Mrs. Little and
little daughter of Nashville are visit
ing Mrs. W. .1. Bailey. Mrs. Speny
of Nashville will arrive this week to
visit her brother, Dr. W. 1'. Jacobs.
The four Misses Sperry will be the
guests of Miss Clara DllCkctt. Miss
Pearl Willingham is visiting Miss Ja
nie Kennedy. Miss Shockley of Spar
tanblirg is visiting her sister, Mrs. E.
II. Hall. Dr. and Mrs. II. K. Alken
and Miss Mamie I.ou Smith of Abbe
ville visited Mrs Neville this week.
Miss McDonald of Oeorgia is the guest
of the Misses Dillard. The Misses
Richards of Atlanta ami Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Akornian of Macon. Oeorgia,
are visiting at the home of Mr. John
Tom Dm is* Mineral Sprimr.
I.aureus. S. ('..
August 2f?tll, 1903.
To the A til lc ted:
I will state that I am using the wa
ter from Thomas Davis' mineral
Spring, two miles from this city, and
lind that it causes the liver to perform
its functions and gives relief to the
stomach by aiding digestion, and a
good appetizer, a mild laxative and a
Drink this water regularly and free
ly for disorders of the liver, stomach,
bowels hhd kldhOys and you will be
Yours t ru!v .
Dr. 11. G. Colt-man.
1*1 I \.\IS\ M i l. XKWS ITEMS.
Messrs, IHi.l ami I'nolc Install Hell
Phones Personal Mention,
T>lersviiie. Aug. 31. Master Eugene
Alexander ol Newberry is Visitlug bis
aunt. Mrs. T. 1'. Boole.
Mr. T. (). B?rdet to has returned to
the home of Mr. .1. W. Peters,,!,, alte;
spending several weeks at llondei'SOU
\iii- : nd other summer resorts.
Messrs. W. D. Byrd and T. 1'. Boole
have bad Hell telephones placed in
their hohles recently.
Ml'S. I> M. Sander.-, who has been
quite ill. is much better.
Miss Ella Peterson has returned
from Wnynesvlllo ami Ashevllle whore
she enjoyed a nice vacation.
Messrs. c. H Cooper ami s. o. Clark
visited relatives near Cross Anchor
hills Would.He Miijer.
\ merciless murderer is Appendici
tis \> lib many victims Bill Dr.
Kinns New Ufo Pills kill it by pre
vention. They gently stimulate the
stomach, liver and bowels, prevent
Ing that clogging thai Invites appen
dicitis, curing Constipation. Bilious
ness, Chills, Malaria. Headache and
Indigestion. 2fic at Pal motto Drug
Co. and Hamens Drug Co.
If you ore building a New Hon f> Of
thinking of putting in any N'e.v Man
tols, Tile and Orates be sure to HOC
our line ami let us us figure with f'OU
before you buy, a- we can save you
S. M. & E. II. Wllkes & Co.
Did You Ever
It uaed to be an awful tunk to make
ice cream. Did you otck try it ?
To-day yon cannot do
anything easier than make
I ico craam if you use
Stir one package into a qnart of
milk and freeze it?absolutely nothing
rise to do?and you have two qnartn
of didioioiu ice cream at a ce9t of
about ono cent a dit*5i.
2 package* 25 cents, mi Grocer's.
Illustrated Recipe Book Free.
The Genesee Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y.
MANY ItKVlY Kh MF.t: TINGS.
Marriage of Mr. Hughes und Miss itul
entitle Other Harmon) News.
Harmony. August 30. -The regular
preaching service at Harmony church
\v;:s culled in Sunday on account of
the meeting at Poplar Springs.
Many of our people attended the re
vival at Princeton last week and
greatly enjoyed ti e sermons preached
by Rev. .1. 10. Coviiigton of Greenville,
who assisted Pastor Sexton in the
Past spring when it was raining so
much some said the cause was dotlbt
les from the tact that we were located
between Ware Shouts and Hoyd's mill.
Would like for them to explain lite
cause of so much dry w ent bet now.
Mr. A. K. Hughes, formerly of Pick
ens, and Miss t'leo Bnleutine, daugh
ter ol' Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Ihll
eiitlno, of this coniunity, were married
AUgllSl 10, the It?V. Poster Speer of
the Methodist church officiating.
.\p.ss Alma Wnllttee of Gray Court
visited in this section l;.st wt ''.
Miss Cora Long of Honen Path was
:i recent visitor in this section.
Miss Su.de MeWhorter is visiting
relatives in IMckens county.
Mr. Sam'l Decks and -islet-. Miss
Kola, ol Pe'./er. are with relatives
here this week.
The members of Brewerton church
have decided to move the building to
another site about (wo miles distant.
Mr. .lames Maublin and family of
ICaslcy visited the family of Rev. .1. A.
HtlgllOS last week.
Mr. W. A. Simpson has returned
from a visit to P.d/.er. Greenville and
Mrs. .1. A. Hughes, Miss Katie ami
Master .1. H. Hughes spent last week
in IMckens county.
The Lurid Glow of Doom
was seen in the red face, hands and
body of the little son of H. M. Adams,
of Henrietta. Pa. His awful plight
from eczema had, for live years, defied
all remedios and bathed the best doc
tors, who said the poisoned blod had
affected his lungs and nothing could
stive him. "Put." writes his mother,
"seven bottles of Rlectrlc Hitters com
pletely cured him." For Krupttons.
BCKOma, Salt Rheum, Sores and till
Blood Disorders and Rheumatism,
Kleetric Hitters is supreme. Only fiOc
Guaranteed by i,aureus Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
tool Likes P.i.
P. M. Watarthan.
God likes my pu ;t lot, 1 know,
I le s such it tlnntly chap!
1 f n fellow makes a hd <>;' noise.
1 le diiesii 'l eure a nip.
Ami aller supper, tunny a time,
My ;>.i he p!;iys v. il Ii mo.
Al Millrlilrs or ;tl :t:ii:.i'ilv|e-^_'.
A. joill? its he Cllil
Tli ,-i jii.m l?t'p>iv it iri(s ijuSlo dark
I I ? h(>1 i>- :>,.? (j i |||V i-hogos;
Ami how we liitijfli. t%ill<ss come
Ami lisfoti I" "Iii1 i.;ir>!
Gojl IlkUs it.V pii, ;i llOJip. I klimV
Ilt.*'s such ;i jolly !? i :
Kht'li i nib' I shv. *'\, d 's Iiiivc .<'in ?
"Coin ?. 'Ft !.?; s jr> in i liiu'clt, '
Voll lie! I l.o. I'm'- .j.. Voll S%'p<)SO
I d It'll V?1 hi 111 in ' hi', lit fell .'
No) oil youi' IiIV! An ? when (lit'
Tli.it ptviioli |o it- nlloW
TIlOl < i< M I i I.I hie !| |j|<?. I ,y | ,;,
Thai iiits im- Intnl. I vow!
Why. t hinkill' < i.i?l i? l:l;e my pn
Makes lump-iconic in no Ihnuil
At things I \v done, lill I ea|| mV
A me.in ami htoasloY sllOMI !
Ami HWiMir I 'll 1)0 more like my jui
So G?d'll luve ?ie. tOO
An?! I pl'ity to Him rlown in my
h 'n rl :
'' Snx'.t lotl.jtist h ?!ji mc" through!"
Ami I le kID'o IT***.h just like
Ilo nl\v;i\ conies to t i:jv?.
Ami never oivs n nickel when
I i.1 :i silVoT ,!im.-;
?i.ei Ii kos my pn ri lot. I kn >w,
Ami l like God, you '>d !
VVhon I >nk? t 'en: say, tl?iv'l
Sofnctimos i ?cm: (fits w.-t.
? It cost very little
to wire your house
Electrically lighted homes are more comfortable
and cosy, more healthful than those heated by old style
lamps?there is no smell and very little heat. With
electricity you can not only light your home but cau
run Churns, Sewing machines by using a small motor
attachment, you can do your ironing by using our
electrical heating irons, you can do all the cooking with
electricity with our electric stoves. The house can be
kej>t cool by using either a ceiling or desk fan. A
home fitted with electricity is indeed a luxury as well
as a delightful necessity. Sec us for other uses to which
electricity may be put. Let us tell you the cost?you
will be surprised?it's so low.
J. H. Boyd & Co
Laurons, S. C.
X Phone No. 240,
?^?^?'^??^??^?^?t0"+r-4r\mV s*?. ^ ^*. ^. ^?.
Land and Water!
Sec me about selling that property of yours or about
buying before you buy. Get my plan it nevei fai'.es when
1 can get a bin er.
I have a lot <>f choice properly in Clinton for sale, write
or phone me and see if 1 can inlerest yoit.
P. S. Jeans
CLINTON, 5. C.
Bell Phone, No. 75
Have Their Origin in
A Bank Account
Of all the successful men you ever knew, nearly
all placed their money in the bank each day, and
paid their accounts by check.
In this way the bank docs your book-keeping
and every cancelled check is returned to you and
may be preserved as a receipt.
We furnish pass book and checks free with first
?mm LA?RENS, SttOi^:>,?>,
The Bank for Your Savings.
^ LA RGB PROFITS
i IN REAL ESTATE
^ Suppose you had bought REAL ESTATE five
Jfc or ten yours ag< '.
^ What would your profit have be in now';
S VVhv not profit by the past an ! I uv now f. r the
future. Five years trom now there will bo in
crease in values as large per cent as . ? t! ? pr.st
5^ live voars.
We have for sale lots wit!; or Without bail lingtf
\ and nice farms ar.'.l will make suitable terms,
> Laurens Trust Co. $
> C. A. Power, Mgr. Kcal Estate Department. 2j