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I REPORTORIALS 1
"Laurens is going to be a big city
some of these days," remarked a good
citizen some days ago. "It has been
steadily growing and expanding for
the past ten years; no big booms, no
inflation of values, but just a steady,
healthy growth." sold be. And that
Is just right. Laurens will be a big
city some of these days Looms and In
flation of values are not healthy;
steady growth Is best.
The South Carolina .Medical soci
ety is to meet in Laurens during the
month of April. This city is known
for Its hospitality: the people love to
entertain. Some time ago. the report- ?
er heard a Charleston lady say: "I
have never been to a town where the
people knew better how to entertain
their guests and seemed to enjoy it j
more, than Laurens*." So be It. When i
the doctors from every quarter of the
state come to this city they will meet
with a royal reception, it will help
Laurens to have tho doctors come and
go away with a good impression. By
the way. doctors are mighty influen
tial men. It behooves Laurens to
have them exert a favorable influence
for her; they will do it after their
visit here in April.
Have you seen the new passenger
Btation, erected by order of the rail- ,
road commission, completed on Decem
ber 15th? It Is rdally very pretty and |
reflects credit on?the railroad coin- j
West Main street is in bad shape.
Client big holes have worn in the ma
cadam, and a ride over a section of
it Is about the roughest in the coun
try. From the railroad bridge on out
to Mr. T. I). Lake's residence Is in
line shape, and it was built two years
after the section from the bridge to
the square. Why the difference? He
cause the last piece of work was not
as good ii job as the first. The ma
cadam that is so badly worn has been
down only four years. It is badly in
need of repair.
The railroad people have about cem
jdeted the new roadway under the
tracks on Last Main street. The
change is a great Improvement; there
Is really no danger of collisions now;
formerly, it was extremely dangerous.
Here's luck to the merchants that
have come to the city during the past
weeks. May progressive methods,
good values, prompt and courteous
treatment win the patronage deserved ,
for such. '
They Grow Hair
Certain Ingredients if Prop
erly Combined, Stimulate
Human Hair Growth
Rcsorcin is ono of the most ef
fective germ destroyers ever dis
covered. Ucta-nnphthol is a most
powerful, yet absolutely safe ger
micidc and antiseptic, which pro
vents development of conn matter,
ftjld creates a clean, healthy con
' Pilocarpine, although not a col
oring matter or dye, is an ingredient
well established for ii-> power to
restore natural color Io human hair,
f?. Borax, becausc of its well-tic-;
lined softening and cleansing prop-1
Or tics, i' most useful in the treat
ment of scalp and hair diseases.
Glycerine acts as a stimulant to the
hair bulbs, and has a soothing,
healing and nourishing influence.
Alcohol h indispensable in medi
cine because of its antiseptic, stint*
iilating and preservative qualities. ]
<' Hoxall "O.V Hair Tonic is chief
ly composed of these ingredients,
which arc compounded in a peculiar
form, and WO boliovo it is the most
effective remedy known to medical
science for scalp and hair troubles
generally. Wo personally guar
antee it to eradicate dandruff and
scalp irritations and to grow hair.
Oven though the scalp in spots is
bare of hair, providing of cotirso
there is lifo and vitality remaining
in t lie hair roots.
We want every one troubled with
scalp disease, dandrulT or loss of
hair to try [lexall "93" Hair 'Ionic.
If it does not remove dandruff and
promote a growth of hair to the
satisfaction of the user, we will
without question or quibble re
turn every cent paid us for it.
This guarantee is printed on every
package. It has effected most sat
isfactory results in 03 out of 100
cases where put to n practical test.
Rexall "03" Hair Tonic is en
tirely unlike and in every partic
ular different from anything else wo
know of for the purpose for which
it is recommended. We urge you to
try it at our entire risk, "crtainly
we could offer no better g grantee,
Two sizes, 50 cents and Si.00.?The
Laurens Drug Co., I?iurens, S. C.
We are offering special values, In
rockers, a good.time to replace your
old broken ones.
8. M. & EJ. II. Wllkos & Co.
PERSONAL ITEMS FROM RABI N.
Messrs Lee and Robert Chapman Move
to Fountain Ian?Other Items.
Kabul), Jan. 24th.?Messrs Luther
Roper and WIH Anderson of Laurens
spent last Monday and Tuesday in
this Community hunting.
Mr. Solomon Mahaffey of Eden spent
last Tuesday night with his sister,
Mrs. Nancy Owens.
Mr. and Mrs. Bel ton Owens und
daughter, Miss Vivian, Mr. and Mrs.
Lnilgdon Brooks, Dr. and Mrs. .!. \V.
Beason spent Sunday with Mr. T. F.
Babh and family.
Miss Edna Owens spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Misses Claytio
and Jenavle Bahb.
Mrs. .1. A. Mahon who has been very
sick is rapidl> improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Vance spent Sun
day afternoon with her father, Mr. O.
W. Babb who is sick.
Messrs Lee and Robert Chapman of
the Friendship community moved to
their new home in Fountain Inn last
week. The Rabun people as well as
Friendship regretted to see them
leave, but wish them much success in
Mr. Mark Owens was in the city
Saturday on business.
Messrs Oshorne llix and Ambrose
Mayer of Fountan Inn will occupy the
residence of Messrs Lee and Robert
Chapman this year.
Of Importance to the People of Lau
The Laurens Drug Co. desires to
announce to the readers of The Adver
tiser that they have been able to se
cure the agency for Parisian Sage, the
marvelous dandruff cure and delight
ful hair dressing.
The Laurens Drug Co. Is glad to
state that Parisian Sage is a rigidly
guaranteed hair invigorator.
It cures dandruff in two weeks by
killing the dandruff microbes; it stops
falling hair, itchng scalp and splitting
hair or money back.
It is a most pleasant hair dressing,
especially for ladies, as it causes the
hair grow in thickly and makes It
luxuriant and lustrous. The price Is
only f>0 cents a large bottle at Laurens
CHANCES IN APPOINTMENTS.
Rev. I>. R. Roof Announces ('Inniges
In Schedule of Services.
In the last Issue of The Advertiser
the appointments of Rev. 1). R. Roof,
pastor of the Laurens circuit. Metho
dist, were announced. Since that
time a few changes have been made
and the appointments are as follows:
Holmes street: First Sunday even
ing, 7:30; second and third Sunday
evening, the same hour.
Watts Mills: Second morning at 11
o'clock; fourth Sunday evening at 7:30
Sandy Springs: First Sunday after
noon, at 3:30; third Sunday morning
at II o'clock.
Leesvllle: First Sunday morning at
II o'clock; and third Sunday after
noon at 3:30 o'clock.
The public are cordially Invited to
A Wretched Mistake
to endure the Itching.pahiful distress
of Piles. There's no need to. Listen:
"I suffered much from Piles." writes
Will A. Marsh, of Slier City. N. C,
till I pot a box of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, and was soon cured." Burns,
Boils, Ulcers, Fever Soros, Eczema,
Cuts, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, van
ish before it. 25c. ni Laurens Drug
Co. & Palmetto Drug Co.
Notice of Dissolution.
The llrm of Bnrksdnye & Franks has
this day by mutual consent beim dis
solved. M. F. Barksdale having sold
her interest in said business to John
A. Franks. All notes and accounts
of said firm are in the hands of John
A. Franks fur collection, ami all par
lies indebted to said tirni, are urged
io arrange same at once. This Janu
ary the first. Nineteen hundred and
M. F. Barksdale,
24-3t John A. Franks.
I desire to thank my friends ami
the public generally for the liberal pa
tron.ige extended tier obi firm of
Barksdale & Franks and respectfully
ask a continuance of same. Having
purchased the interest of Mrs. Barks
dale In the old llrm I will continue
to conduct the same line of business
at the old stand. Keeping on hand a
complete line of fresh groceries of
all kinds, also a full line of the best
and most up-to-date vehicles, harness,
collars, bridles, whips, robes, blankets
at honest prices,
John A. Franks.
Swings the Axe
Is no time to think about taking
out insurance. If you arc not
fully protected, 'phone nie or see
nie in person and have additional
insurance taken out NOW.
DON'T WAIT UNTIL IT IS
J. J. Adams
at Bank of Laurens
I Too Late, Too Late,
to think about taking out a policy
on your house if it is already
burning. We take a risk but not
a certainty. If you have taken
time by the forelock, and insured
your property against fire, you
that the company Will pay all
your losses. The race is to the
swift, and you owe it to your
family to protect them from all
troubles. Do not be a laggard.
Stocks - Bonds - Insurance
Enterprise Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
Resolved that every Body
should have correct time.
Resolved that every Watch,
Clock or piece of Jewelry
brought to me to be repaired
I will do the best work pos
sible and guarantee it to give
Rcsolved^that every article
boti?ht at my store shall be
ll.e best that your money can
Resolved that 'Elgin, Wal
thaill and Rockford Watches
are reliable time keepers. I
carry a full line of those and
other reliable makes.
.Taweler and Optician
Next to Gray's Hotel
Laurens, S. C.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office in Simmons .Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema
ire cured by Cli.iiTUx rl.iitr? Snlve One .ippHcn. (
.i?#u relieve? the itching und hutniiiK *cos.lli^u
White Waist Goods
And many other things we haven't
space to mention.
Take advantage of this Golden Op
0. B. Simmons &. Son
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