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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. <<
Miss Je nie Oarlingtoti, who is teach
ing the Rockbridge school near Clinton
was in the city Saturday. Miss Carl
iin;ton, is a niece of Mrs. Janle M.
Clarke of I.aurens.
Mr. .1. il. Nance, Mrs. Ida Whyte and
Master .lames Guthrie of Cross Mill
spent Friday afternoon in the city.
United States Marshal .1. 1). Adams,
wife and two of their children spent
the week-end with friends In Laurens.
Col. William Ranks of the Columbia
Slate, accompanied by Mrs. Hanks, at
tended the monument unveiling exer
cises here last Wednesday.
Veteran W. G. Peterson of Newberry
came up for the unveiiing ceremonies
and while here gave The Advertiser
ottice a pleasant call.
Miss Mattie Miller of Ruthefordton.
N. C. is spending this week with her
cousin. Mrs. .1. G. Sullivan on South
Mr. M. L. Nash went to the Fairvlew
stuck show Friday.
Mr. H. D. Boyd and family attended
the unveiling exercises here Wednes
Mr. Ose Sltgreaves and Thos. Lake:
left here for the Citadel Wednesday. i
Mrs. C. W. Morgan and children of!
St. Petersburg, Fla. are the guests ?
oi Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Nash.
Messrs C. L. Blense and Otto Kielt,
?l' were in the city Saturday night
ior the purpose of organizing the Red
Mr. Dewitt Blackwetl of Due West1
spent Saturday and part of Sunday'
in the city. |
Mr. and Mrs. .1. ('. Smith and little'
son of Waterloo were visitors here
last week. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. fail Wharton of
Waterloo spent the day here last Wed
Mr. P. H. Richardson, a prominent
farmer of Mount vir, .? was among the
> Isitors here Wednesday.
Among the well-known citizens of
the county here for tin unveiling e.xer
< - were Col. Hoheit N. Cuninghatn
:. :d l)i-. .1. L. Fennel of Waterloo. They
paid The Advertiser a pleasant call.
Messrs Frank Walker. Pel Moore
and s. 10. Williams or ISkom and Shel
tpn Culberl8on of Laurens attended
l.be funeral at Clinton Sunday after,
ii ion of Mr. William Culbertson.
An Kxtra Passenger Pat on Between
Creein illc ami Laurens.
The initial run of the new passenger
: ;:in from Greenville to Laurens was
made Monday. That it has been long
needed and will be a paying proposi
tion was well shown by the first trip.
e being on board Monday thirty
fotn passengers into Laurens.
This new passenger on the C. & W. C.
ically goes all the way through
? mi GreenvllI to Columbia. On reach
ing Laurens there Is a change of en
gine and crew ami just as soon as
change is made, the train goes
in to Columbia.
FA ctive Monday October 3rd 1010
the following changes were made In i
s tin dales on ('. W. C. :
Train ST will leave Laurens at '.*:'2?
A. M. instead of 8.30 A. M. and will
arrive in Greenville at 11:25 A. M.
'[?. in st; will leave Greenville 4:20
P. M. and arrive at Laurens at 6:15
}'. M. New passenger trains 54 and
55 will run daily except Sundays as,
54 leave Greenville 7:00 A. M. and
arrive at Laurens at 8:20 A. M.
>. ill P ave Laurens at S:00 I*. M. and
arrive Greenville at 0:20 P, M.
Train will leave Greenwood 7:15
A. M., dally and arrive at Spartanburg
:.? : l v.M. connecting at Laurens with
train s7 for Greenville and with -"i
Daily passenger train (5 will leavi
Spartanburg at 5:10 P. M. arriving
Greenwood at 7 P. M, making con
net lion at Laurens with train 5." i'i .
Greenville and so from Gre< nvHle also
with ?'. X. & L. train 13 lor Columbia
and intermediate points.
Ilcvotrc of Olnimonis for Catarrli thai
( onlaiii Herein'}.
?s mercury, will surely destroy the
Sense of smell and completely derange
the v hole system when entering it
: Hi the muCOUS surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
< n prescriptions from reputable phy
t ?;. us, as the damage they will do
i- km fold to the good you can possi
bly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
C . manufactured by Fi .1, Cheney
<< Co.. Tob do, <).. contains no mercury
anil irt taki n Internally, acting directly
. poii the blood and mucous surfaces
pi the system. In buying Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure be sure you git the genu
ine. It is taken internally and made
in Toledo. Ohio, bj I'. .1. Cheney Co.
Sold ? Druggists, Trice 7.">o per
Take Hall s Family Pills for con.
lam renn Hier lion ('omissioners.
The following State and Federal elec
tion eomlssionera for Laurens county
have been appointed:
State?V. A. White. A. J. Smith. .1.
V P, Moore; Federal?A. C OwillgS,
J, c. McDaniel, .lohn w. Lauford.
Chi mborlnln's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy is today the boal
known medicine In use for the relict'
and cure of bowl complaints. It cures
griping, diarrhoea, dysentery, and
Should be taken at the first unnatural
looseness of the bowels. It Is equally
valuable for children and adults. It
always cures. Sold by Laurens Drug
THE FOURTH LESSON
We Want Good Goods Reasonably Priced
Where Can We Get Them?
No trouble to answer that question== here always. This store will
quickly solve that problem for you.
Oak Finish Side
This is ;i massive and beautifully
V|r~" "v4. ?: finished board, 12 inches long, 22
T-^ t%L ' -- ' inches deep, So inches high, French
^^i^^^f;Sftr1^j Bevel Mirror 20x12, two small draw
3 yfc X"[y/-'M ersi (one felt lined), one large drawer
\ , ti and cabinet below. A remarkable
value at Si2.50.
This Quarter Sawed
Ami it is a mighty good one at
that. This Dining Table is substan
tially made ami well finished?a tine,
full quartered oak article?golden oak
finish?solid 9 inch pedestal base?six
This table is plain, massive style,
and a truly attractive offering at
Beautiful Rattan Rock=
er, laro;e size, extra strong,
made of finest qualitv
Rattan, an unusual value
at the price we have
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes
) Wood's Descriptive
Fall Seed Catalog
now ready, gives IhO fullest
information about all
Seeds for the
Farm and Garden,
Grasses and Clovers,
Seed Wheat, Oats.
Rye, Barley, etc..
Abo tolls till about
Vegetable & Flower Seeds
that can bo planted in the fall to
advantage and profit, and about
Hyacinths, Tulips and other
Flowering Bulbs, Vegetable and
Strawberry Plants. Poultry
Supplies and Fertilizers.
Everv Farmer and Gardener ?hould
have this catalog. It Is Invaluable In
Its helptulne** and ?iigKe&tlve Idea* for
a profitable and satisfactory Farm or
<;*rrien. Catalogue mailed free on
request. Write for It.
T. W. WOOD a SONS,
l^jr Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va, C^J
We have Just received a large line
of Window Shades all widths, and
Colors, plain colors and duplex.
S. M. & E. H. Wllkea & Co.
With the opening of the city and
county schools we are prepared to
meet your needs for the school
A complete line of Tab!ets,|Inks,
Pencils, Books, Drawing Materials
Let us fill your wants
Palmetto Drug Company,
Laurens, S. C.
^OBmamemmtmaafM HWMiMiiJ^fflBi^ MMMwamw? imwiiw
depends on his attention to lilt'*
where one gets rieh l>y simulating.
That person is wise who ill youth
makes i?:<?ii for old age.
A do'.'..u saved today be la
foundation of yoi.i fortune.
Begin saving to-day, toinorrou
you tii:iy forget i:.
Saving like spending is >? habit.
1 he Place to Put Your Savings is
Laurens, S. C.
N. B. Dial, President C. H. R ?per, Cashier