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They Didn't Have to Change.
During tho yearr in which our pur*
food lawa have been put Into effect
there has b< n a great hurrying and
scurrying on the part of the food man
ufacturers to change their methods to
make them conform to the law.
The Quaker Oats Company is a con
spicuous exception. It was admitted
that Quaker Oats was as pure and '
clean as possible and that it was aa 1
it Is so cheap that any one can af
ford it and so nourishing that every
one needs it. The result of last year's
experiments at Yale and other points
where food values were tested is that
Quak? r Oats has been adopted by
many persons as their food on which
they rely for adding vigor and endur
ance of muscle and bruin.
This Bplendld food is packed in the
regular si/.e package and in hermet
ically sealed tins. Tho latter espe
cially adapted to hot climates. 4
JTST FOR l'TX.
Once Mas KllOtlgll.
Magistrate (discharging prisoner)
- Now. iin n. I would ndvlso you to
ki t ;) away rrom bail company. ?
Prisoner (feelingly 1 Thank you.;
sir. You won't see me here again.?
Lippiucol t '.-.
Prnperl} Lube Me I.
Just whj Dr. Wiley, .". * govern* I
mint's pur - food expert, should have
cared to lake ehnncos with rostnurunl
food is ii.it known. Not long ago lie
walked Into a Washington cafe and
took a seat. lie evidently l:hot\ nisi
What be wanted, for, waving a hie the
bill of fare the bowing waiter prof
fered, he said:
''Bring me a chicken pie one of
those liti le iitdi\ Idual pies'
A few i
f?re him, brown and hot. and with a
smile of anticipation lie broke the
crust, to (lud. just beueafh, a ihreo
Jneh font her.
"Take tin.- away"! he commanded.
"What does it mem. anyway: tell urn
The waller was evidently a man of
resource, for he Immediately leaned |
over and said in a confidential voice:
' Why. Ali II tell you. sah. It's dis
way. Yo' know dal Dr. Wiley been
raisin' such er howl hont food not
be.!n' what hit was claimed lor be, do
cook des i>nt.~ one chicken tedder ill
each one of dem pies to -how ter folks t
dat dey's receblu' do genwlne article,
Dead. Hut lit Peril.
Smith, who had always been a
"tough one", had just died. The phy
sician is met coming from the house,
by Brown, who asks: 'Doctor, how
Is Smith? Is he out of danger"?
Physician "No. lie Is dead, poor
fellow; hut he is far from being out
of danger. I fear". -Memphis Medical
Indigestion of (he face.
"Dear me, what a sour look that
?woman has! What ails her "?
"Indigestion of the face".
"Wha 's that"?
S'r.iu food didn't agree with It".
Memphis Medical Monthly.
There's always room at the top
for a balloon.
A balloon In tho ..it Is worth two
in the s.-u.
The difference bei iveoii a balloon
and . It automobile is thai a balloon
mnj >nsa oVer a million people at full '
spi ? d and not hurt one of them
A ? lauiTetit' may i>.- naughty, bill a
hallo, ii driver ;- aerouaiity.
It i i all Up" with a balloon when
it conies down, am;!
One may have high tihi is in a bal- '
Iodti, but everybody in sight knows
Hovvever oho may be displeased with
n balloon, I" doesil'l want to 'take:
a fail out of it".
One kind Of airships are all Wright.
An aeroplane ought to !??? on tho
level, but sometimes it is not
When an airship get.- tho drop on
>eu. it's time to land. W .1. La nipt on
in August f.lpphicott's.
\ COIIUKI I !t>\ t 11 i n.
Hcvoliitionnr* Soldiers'Graves Marked
II) I . (inverntuent.
Editor The Advertiser:
in last week's Issue your Clinton
correspondent states thai I he stones
erected at the caves of Revolutionary
soldiers ere given by the National
Society of Daughters of the Revolu
tion. Th's is a mistake; the stones
are given by the l'. s. government to
nil unmarked graves of l'. S. soldiers,
and the Daughters' work Is only to
locate those graves, prove the record
the record of the soldier and apply to
the government for the marker. Wo
are glad to do this, and herein appeal
in any one in the county to notify us
of such graves.
A. Emily Davis.
Keerent Muss;rove Mill Chapter D .A. R.
Clinton, S. C, Oct. 18t.li. 11)09.
See ti'.e extra good values that we
have In solid oak, beautifully finished
Hods In difTerent designs. At money
B.M.&. % If. Wilkes & Co.
IN ME MORI.V.M.
Ilev. Samuel < hnrlton Todd. Horn
Nov. 5, 1870 Died Oct. 16, 1908.
"I cunnot and I will not say
That lie is dead; he is Just away.
With o cheery smile and a wave of
He has passed bevond to that 'Better
And left us thinking how wondrous
It sure must be since he lingers there".
"ThankGod today for the hope sublime,
Which tills our souls in the darkest j
lion i s;
Thank God that the transient cares of
Are wreathed in the glory Of fadeless
Thank tJod for the rit; in the desolate |
'Tis the soldier's couch, not the cap
iie hallowed Its portals, v. ? dl >d n>
And we write o er the arch, 'The Lord
i.- risen' ".
"They do not die who leave their
Imprinted on some deathless page.
Themselves may pass. The spell they
Kndures on earth from age to age.
And tllOU beloved. Whose Voice but
Fell upon charmed, listening ears,
ThOU shall not know the tomb of
Thou hoblest time ami chance at bay.
Thou lives! in thy living word
As when its cadence first was heard.
Oh! gracious minister benign,
Helmed presence! Now as then
Thou standest by the hearths of men.
Their Preside .toys ;
Thou speakcst to theti
They listen and tire <
e\ break tl
lit - w nil til
w ay.- '.
I .a ii t on
Palmer Knight. Died Sept. IWth, I MM).
This lovely bud so young, so fair,
Carried home by earthlj doom;
Seemed only tu show .. >.s SWCCt a
In Paradise would blootu.
K:e sill could barm or sorrow ra !??.
I>e;ii|i came witii friendly care:
And plucked this openltiv; bud to
And bade ii blossom t her '.
His little bed is empty now,
lli> little clothes laid by.
A mother's hope, a father's joy
in death's cold arms doth lit*.
Co. little pilgrim, to thy home
On yonder blissful shore;
We miss thee here. bUt SOOtl We'll
Where thou hast gone before.
Farewell, loved one. sweetly rest,
Safe from sorrow and pain:
Farewell till in that happy home
We shall behold thy lave again.
RKV. ?. K. III AY i: It AT CLINTON.
Preaches Fine Sermon t<> Masons on
Clinton, Oct. 17. -The Rev. w. R.
Thnyer of l.aurens preached on Sun
day afternoon In Carolina Memorial
hall what is being generally comment
ed OH as one of the best sermons over
preached in this town.
The sermon was preached at the
invitation of Campbell lodge of the
Mnsenic order und the members oc.
cupied the front seats In the church.
There was n large audience present.
Remember the Boys!
Mahaffey 6: tfabb
Arc carrying the best Hue
ol I'ancy (rroce: tos that
moiiey can buv
Heinz] Baked Beans
Big shipment of the
best Mackerel on
kits of White Fish
5c per pound
Velva Syrup extra fine
Oysters Fresh every
Call att'l sec us
Mahaffey & Babb
PHONE 244 LAUMtiNS, S. C.
NOTICE OF LAND SALE.
state of South Carolina?
Count* of Laurent*.
By virtue of Hie power given nie by
the heirs at law and next of kin of
John v. Boyd, deceased, late of the
County und Slate aforesaid, I will sell
to the highest bidder at public outcry
at Laurens Court House, South Caro
lina, on Salesday in November. 1!)0!).
being Monday the first clay of the
month, during the legal hours for such
sale, the following described real es
tate, to wit:
Ail (hat tract, piece or parcel of
land situate, lying ami being in the
County and State aforesaid, contain
ing two hundred ami fifty-eight (258)
acres, more or less, bounded by lands
Of .1, I!. Wat kill?, c. M, Moor-. Mrs.
Lldle Watkins and others, being the
home place of tlie said .lohn Y .Boyd.
Terms of Sale:- cash, purchaser
to pay for papers.
JOHN R. BOYD.
I2-2L Agent For lie Irs At Law.
STATU I AIR, COI.tMBIA, S.. C.
Via Columbia, Ne? berry and Lnurens
Railroad, ><??. Ist-bth.
Tickets on sale October "-Ist tO No
vember 6th. 1909, inclusive .with Haul !
limit to return leaving Columbia up I
to ami including, but not later than
midnight of of November 8th, I909i j
Two passenger trains daily to and;
from Columbia. Returning', trains
leave Columbia 11:15 a. in. and .">:'JU
p. in., allowing ample time to visit the
(Jet your tickets via C. N. & I...
which Include admission to the fair
Train.- leave I.aureus 7:10 a. in.,
l!: 12 p, in.: Clinton 7:45 a. m., 2:32 p.
in.: Ooldvitle 8:02 a. tn.. L":ll p. in.:
Ki nurds S: 10 a. m.. 2:53 i?. tn.
Arrive Columbia 10:50 a. tu., I: ?"??">
Pare, Including one admission to
fair: from l.aurens. $3.20: Clinton.
2.90; (Joldvllle, 2.70: Kluards, 2.50.
Returning, trains leave Columbia,
11:15 a. m. and .".: 20 p. m.
For information, call on tiny agent
or write i. F*. Livingston, s. a., Co
luinbia, s. c . w. ,1. Crulg, I?. T. M.,
Wilmington, N. c.
^! ^ flP ?R .Ti T. V, W ? W W.V..V. .F. ,T -TR SKA
* Your Complexion j?
can't he preserved" without care. Wind will chap and
ili roughen it now. The wet will make it red and sore and iAm
jij cold will make it tender. To overcome this we advise ^
^ vou to use
* Dike's $
-f- Pero.xo^en Cream ?f?
ff? It protects, softens and nourishes and leaves the skin
?l? smooth and healthful.
rfr Agent for Huyler's fl6
I Dodson-Edwards Drug Co. i
Laurens, South Carolina ^
Don't Miss These
We have something in.store for you in i eal Seasonable Mer=
chandise. The kind of goods you w ant at prices lower than the
lowest. When we quote prices it is on first class goods and not
Sale Starts Sat. Oct. 23
And Closes November 3rd
One Lot of Ladies' Lotio; Coats
at a Bargain
$8.00 Long Cloaks at .85.98
7.00 " " ".. 4.98
5.00 " " 3.48
3.00 " " ". 1 98
2.25 " " ". 1.48
Also one lot of Baby Outing
Cloaks, was $1.00 only' 48c
3 pieces of Silk to go on spec
ial sale at. 79c
54 inch Broad Cloth in all col
ors, black, brown, green
and blue, was 75c yd. now 59c
15 pieces of Ladies' Dress
Goods, was 50c, to close
The very latest cloth for
Coat Suits, full yd. wide
only per yard 48c
14 pieces of Dress Goods,
was 25c yard, only 10c
Outing, which is one of the
best goods now for the cold
10c Outing only 9c yd.
8 l-3c " " 7c yd.
6c " " 5c yd.
Mere is something special
40 yards Remnant Calico
'for Quilts 89c
36 inch wide White Homes
pun, yard. 5c
8 l-3c yd. Sea Island, yd. wide 7c
10c yd. Cheviots for skirts . 8c
Andrescoggins and Fruit of
the Loom Bleeching 10c
Morotock, Blue Ridge and
Nunnallys, all of these
are $1.00 goods, our
special price. 89c
We have at least 200 pair
boys knee pants, 10 and
11 years old, regular 50c
goods, special while they
last, per pair only 35c
Men's $1.00 Hats, special 89c
Men's Heavy Undershirts
and Drawers, suit 75c
Ladies' and Men's Sweater
Coats . 48c
Children's Sweater Coats 23c
Oil Cloth, white and colored 15c
Table Linen, 25c and 50c
kind 23c and 39c
This is where we are going to
do you more good than any house
$1.00 Men's patent leather $2.69
3.50 " " " 2.49
3.00 " patent and vici 2.29
2.00 " " " " 1.89
2.00 " heavy Shoes 1.89
1.75 " " " 1.59
1.25 " " Brogans 98c
$2.50 and 3.00 Ladies' Shoes $1.89
2.00 " " 1.69
1.50 fine and heavy Shoes 1.39
1.25 tine and heavy Shoes 1.19
The best Ladies* heavy Shoes
in Laurens, only 98c
We have a \n\* lot of these .Shoes
and they must he sold and cold weath
er is on you.
5 kind at 98c
i.oo kind at 89c
90c kind at 79c
Come to see us for all of your Shoes.
5 & 10 Cent Store Bargains
?1.50 Bowl and Pitcher, only $1*39
[.00 Bowl and Pitcher, only 89c
90c Cotubinets onlj 79c
.See that lot <>f $1.00 Lamps, only 50c
Must he closed out, sli ides oti some
CjoIcI Band Cups, Saucers and
Plate?, mj! only 50c
Nice white liuglislt Ware, come
direct from over the water, would be
cheap at 75c set, only 90c for six Cups
and Saucers and six Plate.-.
One lot of nice Pictures hi frame
with glass over them, worth 50c, spec
ial 25c. These arc the greatest bar
gains Laurens has ever seen.
Soap, Matches and Starch Will al
ways be found here clieapet tit ill any
other house ill town.
80c the pound Candy oti spec; >'
sale at 10c
Large to quart l)i>h Pan toe
Large Milk Puck et 10c
If there are anything you need and you do not see it listed, juse come on and call for it for we jj
have so many things that we cannot list, but the prices will be cut on them to meet <^
your pocket book. No one will tell you that we have ever misled the people in
our sales. Sale starts Saturday morning, October 23, and closes Nov. 3.
Yours for Business and to Please
J. L. HOPKINS