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is the world's food
Eaten in every
country; eaten by
young and old.
Recognized as th<
Delicious and economical
Packed in regular size pnckanes. nnd In her
mctically sealed tins lor hot climates. S,
BUYING NEW MULES.
Farmers of the Harmony Section ;
riant im; More Corn.
Harmony, April 5).?The farmi
generally are planting more corn tli
usual. Most of them are well provk
^_/with plenty of good stock, many n<
tine mules having been bought duri
the past wintoi und spring. As u
suit of plenty of horse-power lai
have been prepared as never before
this section. The corn club boys i
making it interesting for the oh
Tho time was when people tall
about how much commercial fort
zer they were going to use in th
cotton crop, but now the idea is, wl
mixture shall I use for my corn 8
how shall I apply it?
.Messrs L. K. Simpson and Edj
Davis of Fur man university are
home for a few days.
Mr. J, H. Carlisle has built a n
Mrs. J. A. Hughes continues qii
166 acres, 3-4 mile from pul
square; will cut into any size lots;
Several lots on South Harper strt
04 acres near Mountvllle. rents
I 2,400 lbs. lint cotton. $120 per acre.
House and lot on E. Main street, 8
acres and l? room concrete dwellii
llnest place in upper South Caroll
?On easy terms.
House and lot near Baptist chui
Cheap at $1,(500.
321 acres near Garlington stati
$10 per acre.
Two elegant residences on Sullb
street on easy terms.
Two eight room dwellings and i
four room dwelling on North liar
street, on easy terms.
One hundred acres itllable li
within corporate limits of city, V
reasonable and easy terms.
Threo lots on South Harper sti
well located and cheap.
Two elegant farms near McDanl
mill, well improved, 72 acres and
acres, Hue neighborhood, schools i
A number of farms and other pr
erty for sale, see us before you p
chase or sell your property.
Todd Building Laurens, S.
Now is the time to buy t
balance of the
i Coal You nee
is the place to buy your
,;s cheap as they can be botlg
We have on hand
80 Bbls. of Flout
Be sure and see us before you b
We have just received o
car of Corn that we can s
at 92 !=
Meal, unbolted, and wat
ground, at 9
Salt at 5
Peas at $2.i
We have also one car of M-ey
Molasses which we sell chea]
Conic to see us before you bu
Grocery Com pan
R. C. Gray, Manager.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
1 Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Rasor of Moui
ville were in the city Friday.
Mr. John C. Cluck of Mountvi
spent several days in the city h
week, taking in the Folk Miller <
! terlainment Wednesday night.
Mr. L. \V. Whitlock of Granitevi
has come to Laurens to make his ho
( with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nowell.
Mrs. J. W. Copeland, Sr.. of Clint
? and Miss Sallie Rivers of Spartanhl
* I were the guests last week of Mrs.
j L. Gray.
Mrs. \V. A. She ads of Clinton spi
Thursday In the city with Mrs.
? Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Milam of Mou
! vllle, route one, were in the city sin
2 ping on Friday.
? ? Mr. J. M. Henderson of Gray Cot
was in the city Thursday.
Mr. J. A. Rodgers of the city nu
a trip up through Dials township c
day last week. The farmers throuj
out that section, reports Mr. Rodgc
are well up with their work and s
on i ready for planting operations.
led I One of the first callers at 1
jw, I Advertiser ofllces Thursday morn I
! was Master Marlon Plnson, the t
! year old son of Mr. Chester Pine
I of Madden. He came up with
ids grandfather, .Judge O. G. Thonips
in ' and spent sometime in the median!*
\re i department of The Advertiser Pri
ling company. The linotype mach
j and the big press apparently Int
i ested the lad more than anything el
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wood
ili- Princeton were in town Wednesd
eir Mr, Wood has bought a magniflci
liat Rttle farm one mile from Honea Pa
known as the Davis place, and
expects to move there next winter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cooper of ni
Lang8ton church were in town Thu
Mr. J. S. Machen has bought an :
Mrs. 10. C. Watson who is at a s:
'?1? itarium in Columbia, is reported to
getting on very nicely now. which v
_ be gratifying news to her many frlei
Mr. .la;, w. Simpson of Pop
Springs was in the city Monday.
Mr. .1. L. Mahaffey of Eden was
the city Saturday selling cotton.
Mr. S. M. Wilkes will attend
ffurniture dealers association in Sp
tan burg Wednesday and Thursday.
*% Quite a number of I.aureus fans
tended the ball game Friday aftemi
at Clinton between the College
Charleston and the Presbyterian (
lego of South Carolina
Mr. Albert Dial lias a new autoi
Chief Operator McCurry at
Reedy River Power plant has resigi
1-2 his position and moved to Greenvl
ng; He is succeeded by Mr. Melton Div
na. of Anderson.
Mesdnmes J. F. Jacobs and W.
?ch. Bailey of Clinton spent Friday aft
noon in the city.
on. Mr. Ernest Huff returned to Ore
ville Saturday to resume bis duties
/an secretary of the South Carolina t
ton Oil company.
?n0 The friends of Mr. It. P. Adair
per urging hiin to enter the lists this si
met" as a candidate for the legislate
It is understood that he has the m
uid ter under consideration and will re;
ery a decision within the next few days.
One of the county's progressive <
eet ored farmers planted thirty-live ac
I of cotton during the past week?no
lv one half of his crop.
62 Miss Elizabeth Beeks of Brewer
and I? visiting relatives in the city.
Misses Maud and Ethel Sharp, tea
op. eis of the Ileiidersonville and Mo
ur- Bethel schools, respectively, were
Messrs A. J. and J. A. Taylor sp
Sunday near Princeton with their p
cuts, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Tay
YMr. T. N. McCallIster, of Sheflb
. Ala., spent a day or so in the city
past week with his friend. Mr. W.
Mr. ('. H. Roper of the Friends
he section of Sullivan township was
Master Gillie Sumerel of Hick
Tavern gave us a pleasant call wl
in town Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. J. Arthur Taylor and little i
spent last week in Dials with .\
Taylor's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. W.
Diarrhoea should be cured with
loss of time and by a medicine wh
like Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera i
Diarrhoea Remedy not only cu
promptly but produces no unpleas
after effects. It never fails ami
pleasant and safe to take. Sold
Laurens Drug Co.
Our line of Glass Pitchers. 'I'm
lers and Ice Cream Glasses best e
shown here, and tho prices are |<
look them over.
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & C(
ARE YOU SATISFIE1
WITH YOUR STOMACH
Do you Want a better one?one that vvoi
belrh gas, or turn tour, or (eel heavy or ma
you feel miserable?
It relieves stomach distress in five minuti
It turns old, unsatisfactory, rebellious stomac
into new ones, ever ready to digest the hear
We guarantee Mi-o-na tab
lets to cure stomach disease.
Money back if they fail.
50 Cents a Large Bor.
Laurent) Drug Co., Laurens, B
After You Are Through With Your
SPRING HOUSE CLEANING
The Finest Line Ever Shown in Lauren s
Rugs, Art Squares, Mattings, Lenolium,
Draperies, Curtains, and Window Shades
There isn't a thing in the way of Floor Coverings or Draperies that your home
will want that this Store cannot supply. The styles will please; the rich,
beautiful colorings, readily satisfy; the prices, exceedingly low for goods of quality.
Your wants will be most satisfactorily filled, and if you will note the values
we offer below you will see that we can save you money.
We Want You to See
60x30 inch Crex Rug $1.00
72x36 inch Matting Rug .50
60x27 inch Axminster Rug 1.50
72x36 inch Velvet Rug 2.75
6x9 ft Crex Art Squares
9x12 ft Granite "
9x12 ftShirvan "
9x12 ft Wool Fiber "
Finest China Mattings 27 to 31c
Medium " 22 to 25c
Fine Japanese " 25 to 30c
Medium " 20 to 25c
We have a number of remnants,
containing from 7 to 15 yds, to
sell from 10 to 20c per yard.
HIDES! COW HIDES!
How about your hldos? Are you satisfied with the present prices you i
receiving? THE CLINTON HIDE AND SKIN CO., established and manag
by ;i practial tanner and hide man, Mr. s. M. Watson, who has bad U. s. wl
experience in manufacturing leather and dealing in hides, is now open to t
public and will welcome any and all communications in this line, You <?
ship your hides by freight or express and get your money by the next 111
satisfaction guaranteed always or goods refunded. 1'ry us. we pay I
freight and express. Write for shipping ta^s and prices.
This week we will pay the following prices:
Green hides, per lb.
Green salt hides, per lb.99-i to
Dry salt hides, per lb.10 to
Dry Hint hides, per II).10 to
Try us once and it will mean a continuance of business.
THE CLINTON HIDE <5L SKIN CO.
CLINTON. S. C
8 Luxury of Hot and Cold Water
^ in your home cannot be overestimated, when supplied
fS through the med in m of modern sanitary plumbing ap
A* pliances. We are prepared to fit np your home with all
}f? the latest ideas in sanitary plumbing,steam and gas fitting,
and at prices that will e nable the man of moderate nit ans
to enjoy it.
w ,T. IT. BO YD ?S* COMPANY
?E Electrical and Plumbing Contractors
Break n Large Bill and the Change is ;;one
before yon know it
This ?ank Always Treats You Right
Known everywhere as
Safe, Progressive, Accommodating.
It is famous for giving a
Square Deal to I:very Man
Mas more customers than ever before in its Ijistorj and
wishes very much your banking business.
MAY >V!<: II AVK ITV
The bank that always treats you 151 *t.
Laurens, S. C.
M. B. Dial, President C. M. Roper, Casl
? Statement Jan. ist, 1910, to Conn. Ins. Dep'tm't
i National Fire Insurance Company
I OF HARTFORD,CONN.
f Capital Mock all Cadi. $1,000,000.00
A Funds res. rved to meet all Liabilities,
Re-Insurance Reserve, Legal Standard, 4,6S5,f>77.2N
Unsettled Losses and Other Claims, 802.805.9H
Net Surplus over Capital and Liabilities, 2,840,294.01
Total Assets January 1st, 1910, 9,328,707.25
J. J. ADAMS, Agent