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THURSDAY, March 10th
At Ten Thirty in the Morning
There will be another big Auction Sale of Fine Building Lots at North Laurens. We will give away another Free Lot. Also $10.00
in gold to the party guessing to the nearest average price per front foot of the lots sold will bring. This is another fine opportunity for
investors and speculators to make money on Real Estate in a suburb that will always be desirable and marketable and ever increasing
in value. Already new houses are in course of construction on the lots sold at our former sale, and others are contemplated, hence there
is a quick and active enhancement in these unsold lots. Come out Thursday morning, March 10th and take advantage of this money
giving sale. If that date should be inclement the Auction Sale will be held the first fair day thereafter.
J. Adger Smyth, Jr., Pres.
Thos. I. Swygert, Treas.
b. F. Arthur, Hgr.
BOSTON LADIES AT ?RAY ( Ol R'
Season's Fluni Lyceum Attraction i
bo Presented March 1?.
Gray Court, March 8?The last n
traction of the successful lyceu
course given at Gray Court this seasc
Will ho March the 16th by The Bosto
Ladles Quartette. The Boston ludic
present an ontortalnmont of great vi
rlety, delighting both the musical at
This quartette is composed of Mi:
Mabel 10. Bradford, first soprano at
accompanist; Miss Ruth 13. Will Inj
ton, second soprano and vlolinis
Miss Alznleon Sampson, first alto ai
manager, and Miss Elizabeth (loos
second alto and reader.
STRAIN TOO ORE AT.
Hundreds of l.aureus Readers Fli
Daily Toll a Burden.
The hustle and worry of buslnei
The hard work and stooping
The woman's household cares.
Are too great a strain on the ki
Backache, headache, sldeache,
Kidney troubles, urinary troubl
Laurens citizen tells you how
cure them all.
W. H. Franks, 401 Chestnut S
Laurens. S. C. says: "I have us
Iloan's Kidney Bills at different titn
for several years and consider the
to l)e the host kidney remedy th
can ho had. 1 was bothered a gro
deal by pains through the small
my back and did not know what
do to obtain relief until Doan's KI
noy Pills wore brought to my atto
tlon. I procured a box at the Pt
motto Drug store and they proved
bo Just the remedy I needed, givli
me relief in a short time. I glad
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills
other kidneys sufferers."
For sale by all dealers. Price
cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffa
New York, solo agents for the Unit
Remember the name?Doan's?a
take no other.
.Tust received another shipment
Liquid Stove Polish, price 10 cts. i
td. A K. H. Wllkes & Co.
Messrs John and Arthur liugl
were in the city Saturday from Foi
I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
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Mrs. Warron Holt entertained tl
.1. B. Kershaw chapter of U. i>. C
Monday afternoon. Tin; matter of hu
iiH-ss before the chapter was tlio s
lection of a speaker for .Memorial di
and an inscription for the monunici
On the program for the afterno*
was a vocal solo by Mrs. II. K. Aike
a recitation by Mrs. .). H. TeagUO, ai
a piano selection by Mrs. S. K. Demi
The BOCial half hour was made ve
pleasant by serving a delightful t
at Which .Mrs. Uolt was assisted I
Mrs. Carrol Miller and Mrs. Eugei
The chapter will have us next me<
Ing on Qenoral Wade Tumpton's birt
day, the twenty-eighth of March,
The Naznrono will be sung Thursdi
evening at the First Presbyter!)
chinch. No admission lee will
charged but a voluntary silver offe
ing lor the Ladies' Aid society of tli
church is requested. There are twe
ty-flVO voices in this chorus, with Mi
.lesse ltoit accompanist, and Mr. Chi
1 licks, director.
The Henry Laurens chapter of tl
1). A .R. will hold its regular met
tug with Ml'8. C. C. Featherstone Fi
day afternoon at four o'clock,
Mi\ and Mrs. Fred W. Greene ha
returned from 'heir Iridal journ*
which included a visit to New Orient!
Dallas and Memphis. They are boar
ing with Mr. ('. II. Hicks.
The Wednesday club held its Ii
monthly meeting with Mrs. T. 1). Dar
Ington Wednesday afternoon last,
full membership was present and so
eral visitors. The day was set apa
by the Federation of clubs as "Hcci|
rocity day" and the Wednesday clu
had received some interesting papei
from Miss Louisa Heppenheim on til
subject which they discussed. Tl
election of a delegate to the Foden
tlon meeting in Charleston in April n
suited in the election of Mrs. .1. I
Walts, and Mrs. ('. F. Rankln as alte
Mrs. Darlington served a dclightfl
tea after the program.
Thursday evening the Haraca elai
of the First Methodist church had
social meeting at the chamber of con
merce rooms. This class is compos
of about thirty-eight young men. M
Edgar Habb is president of the clan
The evening was very pleasantly spei
and refreshments consisting of sam
wiches and coffee, were served by tl
Junior Aid society of young ladle
The Covenanter Hand of young bo;
of the First Hresbyterian church at
their friends were entertained Fi
day evenings at Mrs. Preston Milan:
on South Harper street. Among tho
present were Misses Helen Sulliva
ituth Easterby, Kathllne Sulliva
Mnrgurite Simpson. Marie Oray, Ml
died Qasque, Inez Hudgens. Tl
covenanter boys were: C.rovcr Riehe
.lames Todd, Barle Caine. RIcba
Dunlnp, .lob Little, Randolph Littl
Julius Sitgreaves, Charles Flomin
John Holt. Rrskin Todd, John Ter
Poolo, Harvy Casque, Moore at
Hastings Dial, Phil Huff, Jam
Mrs. O. W. Leonard and Children
ndI Spartanburg spent the week end wl
tho family of Mr. W. \V. Jones.
I. & MT. Varnish Stain.
Fse it to renew and make entirr
new old worn out chairs and c
furniture. You can varnish a cht
In thirty minutes, and make ii as go
as new. Directions on each can. Sr
by J. H. & M. L. Nash. Laurens; J.
Copelr.nd & Co., Clinton.
IStatement Jan. ist, 1910, to Conn. Ins. Dep'lm't
National Fire Insurance Company i
OF HARTFORD, CONN. I
Capital Stock all Cash. $1,000,000.00 I
Funds reserved to meet all Liabilities, I
Ko-Insurance Reserve. Legal Standard, 4,685,577.28
Unsettled Losses and Other Claims, 802,885.96 '
Net Surplus over Capital and Liabilities, 2,840,294.01 |
Total Assets January 1st, 1910, $9,?2H,707.25 ~
J. J. ADAMS, Agent.
Addressed Missionary Society,
Three Christian soldiers met wl
the missionary society of the St. Pa
Baptist Church Sunday afternot
They were Mrs. Qarlington, Mrs. Ro
or and Mrs. Moseley. No one kno'
hut God the great good the lector
given by these Christian women w
accomplish. God in His own way w
lead His children. May lie bless tlu
and may they live long to do good
We are weak and do welcome t
Strength and the light these com
crated BOldiers brought to us.
(Contributed by Pastor of St. Pau
Make a Shabby Floor Look New.
Get : can of the I.. & M. Floor Pail
Paint the floor in the morning, it did
hard over night. With a bright VI
nlsh finish. Saves wear looks brig
and cheerful. Get it from I. if. &
I.. Nash, i.aureus; I. \V. Copeland
Xew Rugs received this week, th
are beauties, and the price will plea
R. M. & K. II. Wilkes & Co.
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
l^aurens, S. C.
g Make Your Feet i
Spring Time is Here and You Should Have a
New Pair of Slippers
Our beautiful Spring line is now open for your inspection. The
line composes everything that is new and up to the minute, and is
decidedly the largest and most beautiful we have ever shown.
Keep Your Eyes Open
And Wait for Our Line of
Spring Suits and One Piece Wash Dresses!
We will have just the thing you want; in fact we will have everything that is
New and Pretty in the
Ready-to -Wear Line
We are Now Showing a Beautiful Line of Lingerie Shirt Waists i&g
Drop in and look them over while out shopping. j^j
Watch for Our Opening: Announcement j^j
Next Week. ^
O. B. SIMMONS & SON ?
LAU RENS, S. C.
I Have You Tried It ? I
There is a bottle of Cardui waiting for you at the
* H drug store. Have you tried it?
If not, wo urge you to do so, before your troubles
have obtained such a hold on you, that nothing will drive |
f them out.
Even now, it may be nearly too late. But try it any
I how. If anything can help you, Cardui will. It has helped
in thousands of cases, where other medicines had been
v I tried in vain. Why should it not do the same for you?
j I '* The Woman', Tonic
I MMy daughter, Octava, would have been in her grave
I ? today, had it not been for that fine medicine, Cardui,"
1 I I writes Mrs. Lama Lawrence, of Dreuiion Springs, Ky.
("Nothing 1 tried helped my daughter, until she had
I taken Cardui. I had sent for the doctor, when I thought
I of your medicine and got a $1 bottle. When she had
$ taken four doses she became all right I often recommend
Q ? Cardui to my friends."
I T Your druggist sells Cardui with fulllnstructions for use
I H on the bottle.
ik B Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.,
j I for Special Instructions, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment lor Women," scut tree.
?of Electricity ?
& is that it is so clean. No grease, no smoke, no smell cou
O nccted with its operation. Iyet us show you among our
*fi? electrical supplies some of the inventions that we think
will appeal to you. If you have any particular electrical
?need we arc ready to supply it, as well as to demonstrate
the convenience of the new things we have to offer in the
O J. Ii. BOYD & COMPANY O
5^ Electrical and Plumbing Contractors ^