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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, September 08, 1909, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5',
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.Miss Maggie Cunitigham of Jones
vil'.e has accepted the prlnclpalsblp of
the Sandy Springs sekool for this year.
Miss Lula Donnan, daughter of Mr.
J. W. Donnan of Tylersville, left Sat
urday for Whitmire where she will
teach in the high school, the preset
r.essnion having opened Monday.
Prof. Thos. O. Burdette, who spent
his vacation with friends at Sandy
Springs, lias been elected principal of
the high school at Iva. Anderson coun
ty, >be term to open October 4.
Miss Lillle Peterson, an accom
plished daughter of Mr. J. VV. Peterson
of Sandy Springs, who taught at Bam
berg last year. will, the lirst of Octo
ber, eo to Saint Charles, Lee county,
as principal of the sehool there.
Winthrop Opens September 29th.
Because of the fact that the new
dining room has not been completed,
Winthrop college will not open this
year until September 29th. President
Johnson states that everything will be
in readiness by that day.
NOW ON STRIKE.
Hill?dns of Stomachs Refuse ti? I>o
Their Work Properly.
All over this broad land millions of
stomach owners are being held In hu
miliating subjection just because they
are so stubborn that they will not ac
cept a fair, square and broad minded
Lite Is short for all of us: it will
lie shorter for tiiose who let their
Stomachs go from bad to worse.
The I.aureus Urn:: Co. have a fa
mous prescription called Ml-o-un, ami
they believe so thoroughly in it^ re
markable curative power that they
say to every owner of a distressed
r; tont nob that they will guarantee \ii
n-iia ?ablets to cure acute or chronic
indigestion and ail stomach ailments,
or .. ono'v back, and the price is only
130 c jntS a box.
Au l still there are Stubborn people
right i:i Lnurens who won't accept
this offer, but continue to suffer from
gas n stomach, belching of sour food,
stomach pains, foul breath, dl/./.iness,
hilio tsness and headaches, .hist be
cause.?just because?thut's nil, there
i.- no other reason.
Mi-o-uti tablets stop dyspeptic n g
ony in five minutes; they cure obsti
nate -us".- of indigestion, and turn
t!:e .i!i Stomach into a new one in a
f w weeks, or money back.
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Cons catarrh or money back. JusC
breath it in Complete outfit, including
i.ihal r?l. lixlru, b?ttlo??Oo, Druggists.
OUR SPECIAL NOTICES.
For Hate?One horse Phaeton in
good condition; also open buggy with
rubber tires, almost as go?xl as new.
M. I.. C'opeland, Luurens, S. C. tf.
Copyright Flour?is on the market
again. Fresh, (.'lean, and Pure. No
Flour quite so good, let your family
have Copyright Fluur. Copyright is
For Sale A good mare. 1 years old;
Color, deep bay; size, about eleven
hundred pounds; raised by .lames and
Allen Barksdale. Theodore Sumerel,
Laurens, Kfd 2. G-tf.
Lost?About trail or 20th of June,
between l.aureus and the residence of
.Mrs. Win. M. Hunter, a linen coat
trimmed with red. with black kid
gloves in the pocket. Reward, if re
turned to Mrs. Hunter. Ora. S. C.
For Sale?House and lor. ir.T South
Harper street; lot T"> x 1 t."? feet, six
room house, electric lights. For fur
ther information apply to D. C. Mc
Laurin, McColl, s. C. G-ot
Lnnford Oil Mill Company.
The secretary of state has isseud a
commission to the owners of the lam
ford Oil mill which was recently sold
under bankruptcy proceedings. The
capital of the concern is $15.000, as
named in the commission. The com
pany's petitioners are W. P. Bryson.
T. It. Cox and K. I). Bryson. As re
organized, the enterprise will continue
to do a general cotton oil business.
NOTICE OF F.LFt TION.
St;ite of South Carolina,
t 'ounty of Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by more
than one-third of the qualified electors
and freeholders of Long Branch
Sc hool, Scuftletown No. i. Laurens I
County. South Carolina, asking for an j
ele tlon upon the question of voting
a two (2) mill tax to be used fori
school purposes in said school district,
has be.?n hied with the County Board
of Education, an election upon said
question is hereby ordered, said elec- '
lion to be held on the ITth day ol
September. 1909. at Long Branch ,
School House, under the management
of the trustees of said school district.
Only such electors as return real 1
or personal property for taxation and
exhibit their tax receipts and regte- 1
nation certificates :.s required *u the
general election shall be allowed to
Those who desire to vote for said:
tax shall cast a ballot containing the
word "Yes" written or printed there
on: those who desire to vote against
the tax shall vote ;i ballot contnlnlng
the word '"No" written or printed
Polls shall open at the hour of 7 o'
clock In the forenoon nnd remain open
until the hour of I o'clock in the after
noon, when they shall In* (dosed and
1 the ballots counted.
The trustees shall report the result
of said election to the County Auditor
within ten days thereafter.
GBO. L. PITTS.
G-i't. County Su;-;. Education.
Don't let your
Fires occur frequently and it
is thou found that the insurance
on the property has expired.
This is often due to neglect and
often you say that you have car
ried insurance so long without
having a fire' that you will do
without it for a while.
There are no Days of ('.race in
the Fire Insurance business.
Place your insurance where it
will have prompt and careful
J. J. Adams
at Bank of Laurens
A POLICY of INSURANCE
may be the means of preventing
your profit turning into loss. It
has been so in many ousels. It is
too bad to build up a profitable
business and then have it ruined
beyond hope of restoration for
the lack of insurance.
WE'RE READV TO INSURE
you right now in one of the best
e >mpani is in the world. Say the
word an t we'll issue you a policy
4- L;? \v Pv a n g e
Laurens, S. C.
The Newest in Ladies'
Tailored Coat Suits
Uuquestionably the best Hue ever shown in I?aureus.
We want yon to see them. Come whether you are ready
to buy or not. We want you to take special notice of the
material ami workmanship of the garments we are offering
this season. Absolutely none better foi the price.
Our prices, Suits from $10 to $40.
We have no competition when you coustder the styles
and quality we .^ive you for the prices.
New Men's and Boy's Suits.
We have all the new materials and the latest designs
for fall ready for your inspection. We have what you
want and want you to come in and let us show you. You
will find our prices for the class of merchandise we offer
We want, your i rsi.K-v, but only where we give you value
tved for every dollar spent with us.
The iust as
The best is r be
cue ip ns ou
as D?od as oUrs<
>t as cheat) :<s on rs.
Outfitters for the whole family
Two doors west of post office
Diamond's old stand
Wait for the
Grand Formal Opening Sale of
Tw'm do?rs Vvfst oi post bffic?
Diamond's o!<J stand
A New Store
Fair Deal in
Will open with a complete line of new Fall Dry Goods, Notions, Men's and Women's Furnishings, Shoes. Millinerv, Laidies'
Ready-to?\Year and Boy's Clothing,
Store will be open during the next days except Thursday and Friday, Sept. J6 and 17, w hile stock is being unpacked and
arranged for our formal opening Saturday Sept. 18th, and a cordial invitatio/] is extended to the people of Laurens and vicinity
to visit this store, inspect new stocks and become acquainted with our new methods of doing business "and selling for less.
'WatcH tHis paper next weeK for full announcement, prices, etc.
W. H. ASHE
2 doors west of post office. Diamonds o!d stand
LAURENS. S. C.
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