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l IN MEM0RIAI^^^^J
>i is. Kosh Foushe BClL
In loving memory of Mrs. Rosa
FouBhe Bell, who departed this life
February 1th, 1911.
Wo the undersigned Committee ap
pointed by the J. B. Kershaw Chupter
U. D. C. to draw up resolutions of
res pent In memory oC Mrs. Bell, sub
mit the following to be Inscribed upon
tho pages of our minute book, and to
stand as a Atting expression of her
llfe and character, and we respectful
ly ask that a copy of the same be
sent to the bereaved husband and to
tho chapter of which she was a mem
Whereas, It has pleased God In His
infinite wltflom to remove from our
midst to her eternal home In Heaven
our beloved friend and co-worker, be
First) That we bow in humble sub
mission to Ills will, knowing that He
doeth all things well. Mrs Bell was
one of the highest types of Crlstlan
woman, a devoted member of the Bap
tist church, and a most ardent sup
ported of all its institutions. She was
a public spirited woman and always
entered heartily Into every thing that
pertained to the improvement of tho
community In which she lived. Hav
ing been elected president of tho J.
B. Kershaw Chapter. U. D. C. of this
city 4 years ago, she made a most ac
ceptable leader, and during all the
4 years she never once faltered in her
zeal and patriotism, having on her
heart the erection of a monument to
tho "Confederate Dead." A monument
stands now in our city us a lasting
memorial to her unfaltering patriot
ism and zeal. It cnn truly be said pf
her that the old Veterans have lost
a friend. We may lose our leaders
but the work <oes on and their spirit
lives. Mrs. Bell in the body will not
meet with us again, but In our midst
w''l remain the inspiration of her zeal
for service and labor In the cause
which was so near her heart.
Second, That to her bereaved hus
?bund we?extend our tenderest. heart
felt sympathy, commending him to
God who caused his sorrow.
"God has promlsod to give his beloved
In His word, He hath said they who
mourn shall be blest.
May He bless those who grieve and
cause them to feel
That 'Earth has no sorrow that Heav
cn cannot hoal.'"
Mrs. Brooks Swygert,
Mrs. Jno Bolt.
Mrs. C. M. Clark,
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
t>v local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the enr.
There Is only one way to euro deaf,
ness. and that is by constitutional rem
edies. Deafness is caused by an In
flamed condition of the mucous lining
of the Eustachian Tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling
soond or Imperfect hearing, and when
it Is entirely closed deafness -.s the
result, and unless "he inflammation
can be taken out and this tube restored
to its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten are caused by Catarrh, which
is nothing hut an inflamed condition
of the mucous surfuces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) 'hat cannot ho cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send lor circulars free
P. J Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 7.r>c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Ivory may be bleached in a bath of
unslacked lime, bran and water, after
which It should b? rubbed with a dry
WOMEN READ THIS.
Parisian Sage puts Luster into Dull,
Every woman reader of the Adver
tiser who desires radiant hair that
everyone admires should go to the
Laurens Drug Co. today and get a
large 50 cent bottle of Parisian Sage.
It is not only a delightful and re
freshng hair dressing and beautifler,
but it Is sold under a rigid guarantee
to banish dandruff, stop falling hair
and itching scalp, or money bnck.
"Parisian Sage is the best hair ton
ic I have ever known. I find it the
only one that will cure dandruff,
cleanse the scalp, and make the hair
grow long and beautiful."Miss Signa
Ahl.. 2 Farwell St., Worcester, Mats..
Juno 8, 1910.
Dr. H. K. Aiken, who was appointed
as a delegate to the Commercial Con
gress which meets In Atlanta this
week, will not be able to attend on
account of press of business.
Keep Your Carriage or Buggy >'ew.
Keep your carriage or buggy look
ing bright and new with a can of the
L. & M. Carriage Varnish Paint in
Its cost s small per can.
One c in makes a buggy look as
though just from the maker.
Anybody can use it.
Get if from J. H. & M. L. Nash. Lau
rens; J. W. Copeland, Co., Clinton.
II It t t * * f M I
? Ware Shoals Newa.
JoneH, March 6.?Miss Hannah Tol
bcrt, accompanied by Mr. Joshua Coop
er, visited her parents at i.aureus last
Mr. John Frank Hill has returned
from North Carolina.
Mr. Bunch Powers, of Laurens, was
in our midst recently, surveying.
Missos Marie Sadler, Lilllo Mae
Bowie, of Ridge Springs, visited rela
tives here last week.
In common with the many friends
of Mr. Zach McGhee, we were real
sorry to hear of his untimely death.
His father, the late lamented W. G.
McGhee, wns reared here and we have
always felt an especial interest in his
Brewerton Lodge, 183 A. F. M. will
hold its next regular meeting 4th Sat
urday, 2 P. M, Work in the E. A. and
M. M. Degrees.
Mr. John Culbertson has built a
Mr. Luther Cooper, has enlarged his
Mrs. E. E. Martin has returned to
her home in Strother.
Mr. and Mrs. IL N. Crowe, and little
son, Walter, paid us un appreciated
Our Sunday school is progressing
nicely and we cordially invite every
one to unite with us.
Mr. Walter Jones has improved cot
ton seer and prolific corn for sale.
Our farmers are very busy making
preparations for planting.
Mr. Harris has opened up a stock
of groceries and will appreciate the
patronage of the public.
Mrs. John Joyce, of Coronaca, vis
ited her Bieter, Mrs. J. C. Martin, last
Our venerable friend, Mr. Jas. Bald
win, has been suffering with LaGrippc,
but we trust that he may soon improve
One of the most pleasant events of
the season was a "box party" given
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Crowe, at Ware Shoals last Friday
evening. The guests declared it one
of the be?t of the season.
Are you frequently hoarse? Do you
have that annoying tickling in your
throat? Does your cough annoy you
at night, and do you raise mucus in
the morning? Do you want relief? If
so, take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and you will be pleased. Sold by Iaiu
rens Drug Co.
Wanted?Young men and ladles to
learn Telegraphy. We are receiving
more calls for our graduates than wo
can supply. Charlotte Telegraphy
School. Charlotte, N. C. 32-tf
To Kent?Sanit?r? cottage on South
Harper street at $Hr-p"of month. Ap
ply to Mrs. B. W. Ball or Mrs. Foster
For Sale?The Byrdvlllo Dairy and
Stock Farm has three ^Cp_ws for sale,
fresh in milk. Come and see them.
W. D. Byrd and Son. Phono No. 10.
The Byrdvllle Dairy and Stock Fnrni
still have their Jack. The soason is
now open. This last year's work is
* h.wing up fine, y See 1111 >: before
breeding elsewher%r? Will take care
of mareB over night for those from a
distance. Fee $12.50 living colt. Phono
No. 10. Laurens R. F. D. No. 3. W. I).
Byrd and Son 32-5t
Seed Corn?Garrlck's Re-Improved
Prolific seed corn at^f2~ the bushel.
?Apply at J. S. Machen & Co., Lau
rens, or A. J. Monroe, Princeton, S. C.
For Sale?Only a limited supply of
King's early improved .*qAerm seed at
75 cents per bushel. First come, first
served. W. B. Knight. 29-5t
Cotton Seed?I am agent for the cel
ebrated King Cotton Seed, direct from
the King Farm. Also HyeaT's growth
of same variety at $1.00 per bu. Call
on J. Wade Anderson, Laureus, S. C.
Dog for Sale?Three year old, well
trained Irish setter. P^fcX?ct retriever
No bad traits. Will guarantee. Price
$15.00. D. E. Todd. R. F. D| No. 1.
For Sale?125 bushels of Dongola
cotton seed for sale. Y. Hellnms,
Barksdale, S. C. 32-lt pd
Wanted?Men in every tow In South
arolina to sell Fire ^Extinguishers.
sy sellers, good prdntB. Apply toj
the Laurons Advertiser.
For Sale?Three mules at following |
prices: $50, $75, nndTHTT. H. Y. Simp
Corn for Sale?I have about 150
bushels of good^/utr corn for sale.
Sound and in good, condition, i'rice
reasonable. S. T. 'Moore, Barksdale
Station, S. C. 32-2t pd.
WHY WOMEN SUFFER.
With Piles and How to Find n Lasting |
Constipation is a most frequent]
cause of piles. That is why women j
suffer more often from piles than men.
Indoor work and lack of exercise
brings on the attacks.
The Laurens Drug-Co. and druggists
everywhero sell Hem-Roid. nn internal
tablet remedy for pileB, on the under
standing that you can have the money
back if dis8aatlsfled. $1 for a large
bottle. Dr. Leonhnrdt Co., Station B.,
Buffalo, N Y. Mail booklet on request
Don't close the pores of the skin
and drive it in. Persons afflicted with
eczema, scrofula, psoriasis, ulcers.
pimples, etc., frequently have recourse
to strong astringent external remedies
to dry up and close the pores of the
skin in order to get temporary relief,
forgetting in their anxiety, that by so
doing they arc forcing the poisonous
;ormo back into the blood to reassert
? If a month after, In tho old dis
ease area, or on some other part of
tho body, in a more malignant form.
How much better to help the blood
throw off the impurities which cause
these diseases and get permanent re
lief. Hlood is the most important con
stituent of the human body, and when
mpuro is the underlying cause of
most of our ailments, particularly
skin diseases. Take Bloodline to purify
the blood and apply Illoodine Oint
ment to the skin and you will cure
the cause of this most dreaded dls
?isc. Guaranteed to cure by Lnurens
Drug Co. Mail orders filled by the
Bloodino Corporation, Boston, Mass.
wiH copy any Photo, en
large any picture and
make High Grade Pho
tographs for you at the
very lowest prices. No
photographer can do
more nor offer any
more special inducement
has always done.
"Best Pictures, Lowest
Come to see us.
nr TWO MIS?TES. i
Easy and Qnickest Way to Break U|>
; a Cold.
If you want instant rallot from cold
In hcnd or chest, or from acute ca~
tarrh, try this:
Into a bowl of boiling hot water
pour a teaspoonful of HYOMEI, (pro
nounce it Hlgh-o-me) hold your head
over th<j bowl and cover head and
bowl with towel.* Then breathe the
pleasant, penetrating, antisep.lc vapor
deep Into the lungs, over the sore,
raw. tender membrane, and most grat
ifying relief will come In a few min
The Lnurens Di"g Co. and druggists
everywhere will sell a bottle of HY
OMEI for 50 cents. Ask for extra'bot
tle Hyomel inhnlent.
Don't bo stubborn. Don't bo preju
diced. There is not a particle of mor
phine, cocaine, or any injurious or
habit forming drugs iu HYOMEI.
Give it a trial it is guaranteed. It,
Is- made of eucalyptus and other grand
antiseptics. It will chase away the
misery of catarrh or any affliction of
the nose and throat in a few minuted.
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 oil
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
Laurens, S. C.
We take this means of announcing to the trade of Laurens County that we have opened a
General Store in the Gray Block, Sullivan Street, and want to do business with you. We are in position
to supply your wants in Staple Groceries, Fertilizers and Vehicles.
High-grade Wagons and Buggies Are Our Specialty.
We have the exclusive agency for the following well-known standard lines: Moyer, Norman,
Anchor, Corbett, Parry Buggies, and Milburn and White Hickory Wagons. Our Vehicles are right.
Our prices and terms are right. Come around and let us figure with you.
We buy our Groceries in car-lots for Cash, and handle on a very
narrow margin. You can get your Corn, Oats, Hay, Meal, Meat,
Tobacco, Sugar and Molasses here. We also have big stocks of Cane
Seed re-cleaned?Amber and Orange, sound mixed Peas and Seed Pota
toes. We handle only first quality Merchandise.
We are selling the old reliable Navassa line
this season, and are in position to quote very at
tractive prices and terms.
Come around and let us figure with you. Soliciting a share of your patronage, we are,
Yours very truly,
R. C. GRAY
Gray Block, Sullivan St.
Laurens, South Carolina.