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A Bank Account
Adds System to
Making money?to know where you
make it, when you make it and why
you make it?requires business sys
By having nn account with this
bank, you will be enabled to know
all the whys and wherefores of every
Your Checks Tell
THE BAN K LAU RENS
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The Bank for Your Savings.
WALL STREET ARITHMETIC
io mills make one trust.
10 trusts make one combine.
io combines make one merger.
io mergers make one magnate.
i magnate makes all the
The Original Step Toward Becoming a Magnate is
the Step Toward a Bank's Door to Lay by YOUR FIRST
Laurens, S. C.
Wishes to Aid You to Become a Magnate
Have four sources of ammonia. They
feed your crop through the entire grow
They will be sold at every shipping
point in this county.
Next week we will tell you in this
paper why they are the best goods to
Armour Fertilizer Works
GEORGE M. DAVIS,
Purchased Direct From
TINDELL'S PRIZE CROP
of 186 bushels to the acre I
-See Sample in Window.
Palmetto Drug: Company,
Laurens, S. C.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Miss Lula Werts, principal of the
school nt Youngs, was the guest from
Friday until Sunday of Mrs. I). M.
Norwood and Miss Mattie Owlngs.
Mr. .las. B. Mlnter of Sednlla was in
the city Sunday and Monday.
Solicitor Cooper is In attendance up
on the court of general sessions at
Abbeville this week.
Miss lint tie- Roulwnre who has been
with O. D. Simmons &. Son several
seasons, after spending a month In
Baltimore will this week go to Allen
dale, having accented a milliner's
position in that little city.
Rev. C. L. Fowler, accompanied by
the Rev. L. A. Cooper who recently
returned to the state and located at
Manning, spent Saturday In the city.
Mr. Cooper Is pleasantly remembered
here In connection with n most suo
'?essfnl revival meeting held with tin
First Hapttst church three years ago.
With a pnrty of North Carolin??
friends, the Rev. William R. Mlnter of
Llneolnton. N. C will sail next Satur
day from New York for a visit to the
Tho Swltzer Co.. ha? a new mlMlnerl
for this season. Miss Gertrude Thorn,
hill who will arrive today from Balti
Miss Madge Harris of Youngs visited
Miss Wlllou Gray Saturday.
Rev. R. M. Du Rose of Gray Court
oee,i|>I<vl the nulplt at the First Meth
odist church Sunday morning, preach
ing a most excellent sermon. At the
same hour. Rev. L. P. McGee, pastor of
the First church, preached a special
sermon for the Gray Court Woman's
Miss Meta Wannamaker of Orange
burg Is the new milliner for Davis,
Roper & Co. She arrived several days
ago and has taken charge of the de
Mrs. Mary M. Holcombe of Hobbys
vllle, Spartanbtirg county. Is spending
some time In tho eltv with the family
of the Rev. F. C. Watson.
Mrs. W. H. Shanklin and children of
Union are visiting Mrs. Shanklln's uls
ter, Mrs. 10. C. Watson.
Mr. M. L. Copeland spent Sunday at
Clinton with bis father. Mr. Geo. P
Copeland who '? is just recovered from
an eight week ? attack of grip and
Miss Fannie May Wright, for sev
eral seasons connected with the milli
nery department of Swltzer Co., left
this week for Wrightsville, Gn.. where
she has acepted a similar position.
Messrs J. T. Willis and son. Claudel
Willis, were in the city Friday from
Green Pond. Dials township.
Senator Wharton and Mr. D. C.
Smith of Waterloo were In the city
Miss Lettle Crosby arrived in the
city yesterday from Baltimore and
will be the hea< milliner at O. B.
Simmons & Son. ,
GAME WARDEN WA ITS* APPEAL.
Calls upon the Hunters to Cooperate
Editor The Advertiser:
Doubtless we will see the recently
amended game laws published In your
next issue and I beg to add a plea thai
our county heed the law and not only
cease the shooting but put up the bird
dog. I feel that our people really do
not realize how fast our game of all
kinds is being destroyed. I read the
many theories, but do not credit that
of migration. I feel sure the part
ridge and turkey are being killed out
more in their hatching season by the
loose dog, than In any other way. The
bird dog especially. Is a dog of great
energy and is usually busy at some
thing, and when loose on the farm is
the greatest possible destruction to all
birds that nest and brood on the
ground. The legislature discussed the
taxation of the dog, and we do have
a tax on dogs, but as a hunter I feel
free to say the children's pet dog or
the farm collie are not the dogs to
tax but the hunter's hound and bird
dog are the one.-, to put a heavy tax
on. Let the hunter practice what he
preaches, have only good dogs, and
stint himself to pay this tax, as he
says he had rather hunt than eat.
There Is another very important fea
ture to this loose dog question, the
mad dog. Rut I am discussing game
preservation now and may later give
my views on mad dogs and hydropho
bia. Certainly all the people approve
the work of the Audubon society. And
now to carry out the letter of the law,
get the spirit, and see thnt the other
fellow does as you know he should.
Shoot only such birds that are game
birds, and these only in season, and
keep up the bird dogs.
John I). W. Watts.
Laurens, February 28.
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DIAMOND UKANI> PII.I.S in Rrd
Gold metallic boxes, sealed \% it:
Ribbon. Tako no other, nur of
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diahonii nitAN? pi I.i.H./or twrntv-fiVQ
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Local and Personal >'ews Items Oath
ered This Week.
Princeton. Feb. 28th.?The weather
continues very disagreeable. Febru
ary camo In with sunshine but most
of the time has been cold or rainy.
Mrs. Robert .McClary of Pelzer, ac
companied by her two daughters, May
and Sara, visited her daughter, Mrs.
Jno. M. Woods last week.
Misses Maude Machen and Bessie
Oalnea spent several days last week '
in Greenville with friends.
Mr. Win. McJunkin and cousin of i
Westminister spent Saturday and Sun- !
day with Missus Bessie and AUIe I
Rev. G. M. Sexton of Greenville came
down on Saturday to All his regular!
appointment Sunday at Columbia)
Mr. Jno. M. Wood had the misfor
tune to have a valuable colt fall and
injure itself last Wednesday.
The little live-months-old child of
Mr. Jerry Stone, after a brief illness
passed away last Friday.
Mrs. J. L. Traynham of Honea Path
visited relatives here Sunday.
Dr. R. B. Gllkerson, Messrs W. H.
Monroe and Joseph S. Ruff went to
Laurena Saturday on business.
Mrs. I. K. (Jaines has been quite sick
for several days but is improving now.
Mrs. Nancy Traynham of Honea Path
is spending this week with her broth
er, Mr. M. B. McCuen.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are safe, sure and reliable,
and have been praised by thousands of
women who have been restored to
health through their gentle aid and
curative properties. Sold by Lnurcns
Montague Copeland Complimented.
Recently a derserved compliment
was paid Master A. Montague Cope
land by the Saturday Evening Post
publishing company, making him their
special agent for the county of Lau
rens. For over a year past Master
Copeland has been one of the Post's
most active, energetic agctus, and the
compliment recently conferred over
a number of other contestants bears
the testimony of his Integrity and close
attention to business.
Montague Copeland is the youngest
son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Copeland of
Don't Throw It Away.
Clean your old and worthless furni
ture with scay and water. Then ap
ply one coat of L. & M. Varnish-all
ready-for-use. It makes it new at a
cost of almost nothing.
Get it from J. H. & M. L. Nash. Lau
rens, J. W. Copeland & Co., Clinton.
New Spring Goods arriving every
day, and want you to see them.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Brown, John J.; Barksdale, Larry;
Bishop. J. W.; Fuller. Amanda; Griff
litli, Hattie -.Green, Riley; Harvin.
May; Holt. Ella; Holmes. Mrs. Mack;
I thy, Marie; Mnthc, Finest; Madden,
Clara: Messe. Delia; OwlngS, Ellis;
Pitts. Geo.; Shas, M.; West. Sue; Wil
lis. Jackson; Williams. J .11.
The above letters have remained in
this olllce for two weeks ending Peby.
20. 1!?10. Owners can get any of the
above letters by calling at the general
delivery window and upon Lie pay
ment of one cent same will be deliver
ed to them.
GFO. S. McCRAVV. P. M.
Laurena, S. C.
Feby. 28, 1910.
Field Selected !
J. E. Minter
Laurens, - S. C
is a good thing, and we are now offering
some good values in Real Estate. We be
lieve they will prove good investments and
solicit your investigation. If you have any
property to sell list it with us, we will do
our best to make quick sales for you. If
you want to buy any real estate let us know
what you want, and we will see if we can't
fit you up. Could handle about 3 well im
proved 40 or 50 acre farms, conveniently
located, at reasonable prices.
Laurens Trust Co.
C. Ac Power, Mgr. Real Estate Department.
Anticipating advance prices on all spring fabrics
we purchased months ago many lines that could not
possibly be duplicated, at the figures, had the purchase
The goods consist in part of Sheeting and Waist
Linens. Handsome weaves in White Waisting and the
best grade of Shirting, Percales and many other fabrics
adapted for spring wear.
W. Q. Wilson & Co.
J. L. HOPKINS
2,000 yards of 7c yard wide Sea Island
to go at, a yard,
Only 20 yards to a customer.
1,000 yards of Ginghams and Calicos to f \ -?
go at only, a yard ? vrO
10 yards to customer from 9:30 to 10 o'clock.
From 3:30 to 4 o'clock, 10 yards of real f\ c
good yard wide Bleaching, a yard ?
7 packages Celluloid Starch for
8 quart Galvanized Bucket,
J. L. HOPKINS, Ladens. S. C.
1>R. CLIFTON JONES
Office in Simmons Building
Phone: G.Ttee No. 86; Residence 219
Simpson, Cooper & Babb, j
Attorneys at Law. j
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention Riven to all business, j