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231 West Main Street
Wm. O. Barnwel
VIOLIN AND PIANO
Lessons Day or Night.
Adult Orchestra Class?Monday Night
Chilirens Orchestra Class? Saturda;
There's a Tone
About This Store
That Makes Buying Here
A Pleasure .^
You'll find our large nnd vcrled
stock ts nn educator in kooJ eatables. I
Products from every c'.ir.ic and
nation are gathered on our bUelves
R;viss Cheese, ITollnnd Herring,
Russian Caviar, Scotch Marmalade,
the best condiments of iti?"t] <? ??
domestic makers, teas from China,
n:id nu unsurpassed lino rf colTecs.
One of our best-liked brands is the
a se'ect quality, with the vh ite coiTi e
flavor retained. There la n^. much
difference between Ktevtaand com
mon cofTee, ns between morn and
midnight. Perfected processes of
cooking and cutiug make it superior.
The quality is always the
same?always the highest,
because nil ule-ntn Coffeo is
selected by experts aim
V Try a pound can.
J. M. Philpot
Laurens, S. C.
Come and see us this
week for a
First Patent Flour.$0.40
17 pounds Sugar for. 1.00
Good Parched Coffee.
.12 1-2, 15, 20, 25 and .35
Good Green Coffee_10 and .15
Good Salmon.... 10c, or 3 for .25
8-lb can Pie Peaches.10
3-11) can Tomatoes.10
(iood canned Corn.10
3-lb can Apples.10
Nice Preserves, per lb.12J
Octagon Soap, per cake.04
Two cakes Polo Soap for.05
Search Light Matches 4c, 3 for .25
1,000 Gee-Whiz Matches for. .05
Special prices on
Lard, Meat and Flour
Trade with us and we will
save you money
J. C. Shell & Co.
vStaple and Fancy Grocers.
VV. Main St., Laurens, S. C.
Field Selected !
< J. E. Minter
Laurens, - S. C.
l LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION, j
IHcv. J. T. Taylor and Mr. W. K
Drunimond of Lanford were in lb
Mr. William Fowler of the Moun
Pleasant section was among the sales
day visitors to the city.
Mr. George Little of Youngs wa
in town Monday.
Miss Lila Clark who recently grad
tinted from a business college In An
? gusta, is spending a wb.'le at her bom
y near Tylersville.
iMessrs W. H. Simpson. W. R liell
- W. O. Roberts. T. D. Copeland, L. McE
Kennedy and L. 13. 1)11 lard of t'lintoi
attended the merchants' smoker Th?rs
I Messrs J. T. Oarrett and J. T. Todi
of Harksdale were in the city Mon
The river bridges on North Harpe
and Bast Main streets have been re
floored and otherwise improved with
in the past week.
Nine car loads of horses and mulei
have been sold in Laurens this season
One notes the general excellent con
dition of the farmers' teams and ii
reminded of the fact that little or n<
plowing has been done this year.
Mr. (;.?<>. M. Davis of Clinton had 01
exhibition here Balesday a tine collec
lion of Marlboro prolific corn in tin
ear and on the stalk.
Miss Myrtle Yeargin who 1ms beei
spending come time in Asheville ha:
returned to her home near Cray Court
The ROV. Ray Anderson left Mon
day for Lancaster county where hi
will be engaged in meetings for sonn
Superintendent of Education Qeo, I
Pitts went to Columbia Monday after
noon to attend tin* conference of conn
ty superintendents of education wind
was held yesti 1'day.
The ladies of the First Pres by t eriai
' church will sell cakes at Todd & Simp
son's store Saturday morning.
.Miss Jesse Holt la visiting friend
. in Newberry.
Mr. Clyde Fowler, whoso illness wa
noted last week, is convalescing. Ill
? father, Mr. M. H. Fowler,, retumei
j from AugUBta Sunday, leaving Mr*
I Fowler Who will remain several day
Rev. L. M. Roper, D. D. of Spartan
burg is in Phoenix. Arizona, holdiiij
a series of revival services.
Capt. .lohn W. Lanford of Lanfon
Station was a business visitor to th
Miss Willie Jones went to Spartan
burg Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs
O. W. Leonard.
Miss Mary Agnes Anderson went t
I An Awful Toll Collected bj
Consumption. Many Un
necessary Deaths from
If people could only under.-!a:u
that systemic catarrh is an iutcrno
disease that external application
cannot cure, they would not neo<
(o he warned BO often about (hi
malady, which, when neglected
paves the way oftentimes fcr con
sumption, at tho cost of millions <:
lives every year. Yet catarrh ma;
he cured, if the right treatment i
Catarrh is caused by a rjenerc
diseased slate of the system whicl
leads commonly to annoying ant
perhaps serious local conditions
which may prove a fertile brcedinj
ground for germs of consumption
Kxternnl remedies give but tcm
The only way to successful!;
treat catarrh is by o&.ploying i
medicine which is absorbed am
carried by the blood to all parts <
the system, so that the mucot:
membrane or internal lining of tin
body is toned up and made capable
of resisting the infection of cor.
sumption and other diseases,
We have a remedy prepared fron
the prescription of a physician win
for thirty years studied and madi
catarrh a specialty, and whosi
record was a patient, restored t<
honlt h in every case v, here his I real
mcnt was followed as prescribed
I That remedy is Rexall Mucu
Tone. Wo are so positive that, i
will completely overcome catarrl
in all its various forms, w het he
acute or chronic, that we promise <<
icturn every penny paid us for th
medicine in every ease where i
fails or for any reason does not sat
isfy tho user.
We want you to try Rexall Mucu
Tone on our recommendation r.n<
guarantee We are right, her
where you live, and you do not con
tract any obligation or risk whoi
you try Ilcxall Mucu-Tono on ou
guarantee. We have Roxall Mucu
Tone in two sizes, 50 cents am
$1.00. Very often tho taking o
ono f)0-cent bottlo is sufficient t
make a marked impression upoi
the case. Of course in chroni
cases a longer treatment is neces
8ary. The average in such instance
is three $1.00 bottles. Remembc
you can obtain Rexnll Remedic
only ut ?The Rcxall Store.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
B Clinton Wednesday to visit frlendi
V Mrs. O. B. Mayor of Newberry is vlt
ft King thp f??uily of Mr. W. W. Jonei
*i Mr. B. L. Parkinson, principal c
[. , the Laurens city schools, relume
q Sunday from a short visit to Charlotte
Dr. Fennel was in town for a fei
j hours Thursday from Waterloo an
other Laurens county points.
Dr. .1. Q. Wilbur was up from Wa
terloo one day the past week greet
s ing his old and new friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Snellgrove c
- Atlanta are visiting Mr. and Mrs. \N
" P. Tiiomason, junior and senior.
A little blaze In a box car at th
station called cut the lire departmen
I, shortly after noon Monday. Very lit
?. tie damage was done as tho flro wa
:i promptly extinguished.
The different grades of the clt;
schools have been planting out tree
1 on the school campus during the pas
_ week. ,.
' Mr. DeWitt Blackwell of Due Wes
r J spent Saturday and Sunday in th
8. city with his brother, Mr. Home
3. Mr. A. J. Coley of the Ekom sectlo
)f was In town Saturday.
u Mr. Carlisle Smith of Columbia vil
s. Ited his mother and other relatives 1
the city Saturday and Sunday.
d Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Featlierston
have returned from a visit to Andoi
Mrs. W. F. Medlock of Dials Is spent1
iiiK the week in the city with he
. daughtera Mrs. Arthur Taylor.
r. Workmen are engaged in repair In
and over-hauling tbe T. K. Hudgen
dwelling on East Main street, wide
. was recently purchased by Mr. Huk
'_ S. Kennedy.
8 Miss Pearl Medlock and brothei
Master Fred Medlock, of Dials speii
the week-end with relatives in thi
it Mr. John M. Gray of Youngs town
ship was In the city Monday.
I Mr. and Mrs. William Dodson c
e Bovrl'n mill vtnttod tlinii- ami Mr- llr.,,
ry Dodson of the city pollco depar
ment, this week.
Messrs Gus and Adolphus Owens <
Gray Court were hero for salesday.
Judge R. C. Watts after holdlii
court at Saiuda came np and spei
Saturday and Sunday in Laurens. Th
week he is presiding over tho Edg<
The Rev. W. E. Thayer will go (
Greenville today to attend a meetiu
of the trustees of the Greenville F<
p Mr. J. Y. Dlakely who has heen 1<
i cated in Greenville tor the past yen
i or so has come to Laurens and wl
l open otllco work.
Rev. W. E. Thayer. pastor of th
, First Baptist church, announces till
t his subject for next Sunday evening
i service will bo "The I'npardonabl
-| Miss Ollntbus Jones has returne
(from a visit to Greenwood.
f Mr. C. L. Tom pie ton returned t
- Wrens, Ga., his adopted home, la*
t- Sunday after spending two weeks la
the city and county.
of Mr. James KUllan of Greenville Is
In the city visiting Mr. Charles Muse,
it Miss Mary Annes Anderson spent
is last week In Clinton.
L<" Mrs. 0. It. Mayer of Newberry visit
ed her father. Mr. \V. \V. Jones dur
;o ln? the past week.
'S Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Taylor of Prlnco
a~ ton visited In the city during the past
)_ Mr. D. Ij. Boozer was In the city
lI' Thursday from Klnnrds.
Mr. (\ W. Taylor made a business
visit to Klnurds Thursday.
it Miss May Little has accepted tho
's position of stenographer in tho office
le of the Watts mills.
Mr. T. J. Sullivan was in town Sat
d urday from Tumbling Shoals.
Messrs ' C llellam and J. H. Abor
o crumble Of Shtloh were among tho
;t business visitors to the city Saturday.
A special invitation to our customers to visit our store this week. A grand display of
Spring* and Summer Merchandise Awaits You
We have received several big shipments of new goods in the last two weeks. Our stock is much
larger and more extensive than in the history of our business.
Special for Thursday, Friday and Saturday!
NOTICE !==Anv customer visiting our store on Thursday, Friday and Saturday can have 14
??-? yards Androscoggin or Hill Bleaching for $1.00?Provided they buy $2.00
worth of other goods. : : : : :
A Great Silk Sale
Fine Cashmere Silk, all shades, 27 inches wide,
one of the newest and best silks on f\
the market, will not split, only yd. ?0%j
Cheney's Foulard, Spot Proof
Silk 24 inches wide, one of the best makes in Fou
lard because it won't spot or split. This is
real goods, no imitation. For this *j e
sale only, ? / O
Suizene, 27 inches, all shades, 35c kind,
Beautiful style and quality, will make a swell
dress, light and cool, can be worn -5 c
at any time, all colors, 27-in., a yd. ?0*5
Our No. 750 Shirt Madras
The regular 12 l-2c kind, only, the yard, |Q
Red Seal Ginghams
The best Ginghams on earth for 12 l-2c,
only, the yard,
Fine all pure Silk, new shades, only
A beautiful quality of 36-in. Linen, makes ^\ [
beautiful suits or shirtwaists, only yd ?<&3
45-inch all pure Linen, only ,50
90-inch Linen Sheeting, only .75
90-inch Linen Sheeting, only .98
36 inches wide our 12 l-2c kind, at
27-inch Pocahontas Linens
All the new shades for Coat Suits; spec
ial for this week, only
The best made, special, a yard
Fine 36-inch Cambric, our 12 l-2c qual
ity, at only
In light shirting styles, they are worth
7c, at, a yard, only
White Goods Department
Lingerie, Flaxon, Batiste, Mulls, Persians all at
36-inch Percale, at, a yard, .10
They are a splendid lot even at cotton 15c per lb.
Hard at work, is all we can say now, prepar
ing for our grand display shortly. Wait, watch,
and you will see announcement later. Orders
taken now. Don't delay; avoid the rush.
Neckwear, Belts, etc.
New things coming in daily in Neckwear,
Belts, Fancy Pins, Combs, Dress Trimmings and
Treat Your Feet to a Surprise
We are now showing a complete line of ladies'
and childrens' Oxfords. You can ^ d* a
find what you want from tO
Come to see us. Don't fool your feet any
This is a Grand Opening Spring Sale and many are the bargains that await you
l\jrfcTirrP f- ?14 yards of Androscoggin or Hill Bleaching for $1
nUHVC I ' Buy $2.00 of Other Goods.