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IN STOCK BY
W. P. HUDGENS
LO ST 5 PUT YOUR
B A N K AND YOU WON'T LOSE IT
I THE AGGREGATE MONEY LOSSES
IN THE UNITED STATES
J each year, through carelessness and lack of
proper knowledge, through the inability to
know what to do with money after it has been
earned, through confidence in old stockings and
tin cans, is greater than one unfamiliar could
imagine. Put your money in our Bank where
it is safe.
THE BANKS^ LAU RENS
LAURENS, S.C. .
Let Us Serve You!
For v. e can do so to your Adv antage and Per
Specials For This Week!
25 pou nd s Rice .? 1.00
17 pound.- Sugar 1.00
Cream Cheese .20
1 lb can Salmon .10
Best Ham .17
And anything in the fancy grocery line that
you may want you can always find at
J. C. Shell & Company.
The Augusta Chronicle's Great $15,000
Joint Voting Contest.
FIFTEEN VOTES FOR
j Ifcis free ballot good tot fifteen (tf) votes for your favorite candidate
i anbject to the rules and condition* of the Augutta Chronicle's Great
i $15,000 Joint Voting Content. If can before April 29.
COLUMBIA Ml SIC FESTIVAL.
A Magnificent Aaraj of Superb Arti-t*
tune been Engaged for this Great
Music lovers, net only In Columbia
but In all ports of the State, are look
ing forward with ever increasing in
terest to the music festical to be held
April 20.22 in the Columbia theatre
under the auspices oi the Columbia
Music Festival associaton when Co
lumba will open wide her doors to
welcome the festival guests.
Victor Herbert's Orchestra.
No orchestra leader in America is
be.'.er known than Victor Herbert,
and none has done more to spread
the gospel of music in this country
The coming of Victor Herbert and his
world-famous orchestra to Columbia
will attract the attention of the whole
music world to Columbia's music fes
The opportunity of coming beneath
the magic spell of his baton is a rare
privilege given to Southerners for the
first time this seasou. Mr. Herbert
will conduct at all concerts, and the
interesting j rogrammes will have the
benefit of his discriminating judg
Signer He Lnca.
F. Neri De Luca who will sing at
Columbia's music festival easily tsk;-s
rank with the greatest baritones of
the world, and the management is
fortunate in Laving finally secured
the engagement for him to visit Co
Eleanor* de ( inneres.
By unanimous consent of music
critics, managers and public, Mme
Eleanore de Cisneros. who has been
engaged through W L. Radclitfe of
Washington to sing at :he artists' con
cert at the time of Columbia's great
music festival, is heralded as the
greatest liv;r.g merso soprano.
H. Li an* Williams.
It sounds like a storv book, tbe hiE
tory of tbe career of H Evans Wil
liams, the world renowned Welch
tenor, wbo will appear a.^ one of tbe
principal rtnrs ut '.he Columbia music
festival. April 2i'-?2.
Nature has endowed few singers
more generously than Liliia Snelling.
. one of the favorite contraltos of the
; Me?ropol'taa company, who will be
welcomed by a host of admirers cn
'. her return visit to Columbia, at the
time of the music festival. Her rich
contralto voice possesses qaalities that
Agnes Kimball. tbe well known
young soprano who will sing at Co
lumbia Music Festival, is possessed of
all the attributes necessary for a
public singer. She has z fine stage
presence :ind charming :^a:.:.er and
sings ?Ith thi mhcjoBPT.^i.i and ease
of a finished artist.
ITank i rortvB.
No artist will receive 4. more cor.
?JLa} werc-om^.'m Columbia during ihe
festival than Frank Croxtxm who has
bei a host ol sincere admirers
H.-.rni J. 1<-J1i->w.
Hurry I. r?-;:c>w- ? * ol the artlsu
Q^r.e the mos: distinctive feature
of -.he Columbia mn^ic festival will be
the chorus of sbcut 400 children's
voices. The children, who have beer.
carefu)ly trained by Mis? K. C Bol
jiiiger. director t>f t:.-:-i :t. lb? city
schools. v;;j be directed try Harold A.
Lam*- Shoulder it nearly always ct
to rheumatism of the CQOSCles, a
quickly yields td-t-he free applK-ati
of Chamberlain's Liniment For sa
by ail dealers.
H?trowed a H?r?e.
Saturday afternoon, a horse and
buggy belonging to Mrs. Robert Brown
was taken from one of tbe racks ir,
the r*?ar of Todd A: Simpson f 'tore
and carried off by some unknown per
' son. As soon as tbe theft was discov
ered an immediate tiearcb was begun,
but nothing could be found of either
the horse or buggy. Sunday morning,
the t?am was found on Mr John R.
Friday's place, below Madden Station,
where the horse had evidently rambled
after being turned loose. No CltJ? has
yet been found as to the probable thief
"Our baby cries for Chamberlain's
Congo Remedy/' writes Mrs. T. n
Kendrick. Rasaca. Ga. "It is tbe best
couth remedy on tbe market for
coughs, colds and croup." For sa'ie
by al] dealers.
? CROSS HILL NEWS <<
Cross Hill. April 17.?This corres
pondent walked in at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Austin last Friday af
ternoon and was invited into the par.
lor and found quite a party of boys and
girls enjoying a Chinese tea party*'.
Thore wore more than twenty seated
on the floor in Chines? fashion with
doylies spread before them. Miss
Neville and Mis. Austin wa? serving
lunch, crackers, tea. candy etc.
J learned that it was a meeting of
the Juvenile Mission society and this
was only one feature of the exercises.
The children were happy and it was
a pleasure to see them. Mrs. Hollings
worth and Miss Anne Austin ar? Kad
ers of the society.
Three pretty little girls. Anetho and
Tessie Hill and Mabel Smith spent last
Friday night with their teacher. Miss
Anne Austin. Their parents live about
four miles from town.
Messrs Joe and Erskine Carter, and
Hugh Leaman of Clinton spent Sun
day with home folks here.
Mr. .. jstin Leaman is visiting his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Leaman.
He is a bookkeeper for the Baruck
Nettles Company. Camden. S. C.
Unveiling exercises were held at
the grave of Mr. John Lona at the
Presbyterian cemetery Sunday after
noon by the W. O. W. Col J. H. Whar
ton and Mr. C. A. Powers of Laurent!
made appropriate addresses. A large
congregation attended the service.
Mr. Latimer Rasor of Donalds is
with relatives in town.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lona of Abbeville
are with their friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. \V. Lipscomb of
Ninety Six are in town today. Mr,
Lipscomb is one of Greenwood Coun
ty's successful planters.
?Ter Out of TFork,
The businest little things ever made
are Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every
pill is a sugar-coated globule of health
that change* weakness into strength.
lor into energy, brain-fag Into
mental power: curing Constipation.
Headache. Chills. Dyspepsia. Malaria.
Only 2f>c at Laurens Drug Co. sx>4
Palmetto Drug Co.
Mate of >outh Carolina,
< ountj of Lauren*.
W. C. Irby, T. D. Darlington,
and R. A.- Cooper. Execu
tors of the last will and test
ament of Talulah Irby
Ros-a I. Caice. et al..
Pursuant to a decree in this action
I will sell at public auction at Lau
rens C. H.. S. C. ort salesday In May
1511. it being Monday the 1st day of
the month, during the legal hours of
sale tie following real estate to wit:
All that piece, parcel or lot of land
situate it. me city of Laurens. County
i of Laurens, .State aforesaid, contain
ing :) aid one-tenth acres (31-10)
> more or less, having the following
I boundaries to vritt bounded on the
east by JJtst Manning street, on the
: North by North Manning street, on
the west by Irby street, on the south
b: ? uth Manning street, and known
ai the Col. .lames H. Irby homestead.
Terms ol Sale: One third of the
?? :.:.-? money to be paid cash, the
rein ail ng two thirds In '.wo equal in
-?? . menu a* one and two years from
cate o' sale with Interest from s?.id
date at the rate of eight per cent per
? annum, with leave to the purchaser
to pay entire bid in cash. The
credit portion to be secured by the
bond of tbe purchaser a.-.d mortgage
of t: ? emjs.es. Purchaser to pay
' for papers. If purchaser fails to com
ply with his bid the property to be re
so'.d ota the same or some subsequent
salesday without further order and
at the ri^k of the former purchaser.
O. G. THOMPSON.
'April Vi l?iv ST.:.t
n e are headquarters for
::jt best in all i artli s-eeds.
Grass and Clover Seeds
Seed Ccrr., Cotton Seed,
CdW Pcis, Sc ja Beans,
Sorihoms, Kaffir Corn, ,Jj
p l?ilJet Setvi, Peanuts, etc. q
''Wood's Crop issued
gives timely information as to
seeds to plant each month in
the year, also prices of Season
able Seeds. Write for copy,
ma Jed free on request
t. w. wood & sons, //
Piles! Piles! Piles!
"Williams' Ind an PJJe C/ir.tme:;*. wjII cure
"fi)lnd, liieedinj? bz>i thing Plies. It at>
frt* u.e tumors, fcllaya lleblog at once,
S?tf a* a poultio ...? mutant r. .: f.
William?' Indian Pil?- Ointment is pre
pared K r Piles ?nd it'Mn? of tb? privat?
pnrtK tnoreittr. mul &oc an<] $'. CO i
WltUAktS MFC. CO.. f-ont.. Clertland. Ohio
LAFRES8 DRUG .0.
J iiurcn?. S- ('.
What kind of Shoe will
Two Dollars Buy?
been taught by ex
narmnrfl Tint fnPY- iBtiE^^^VMi Thl> iame *not
penence nOt IU CA JmStrnkW^K Autograph" brar.J
.?? f ?,,,,.}, for ^?lfl SSaSr S2 50-S3.00 is Good
peCt mUCn IOI ^aMg year Welt tewed: in our
AO It tri it MJBk BSP*"" Co.7r*f WWin's U'ua
O^.UO. II Uldl fj&g ^^^^ ingShoeS3 00-S3.50-S4.OOit
is the Case The %^^^^^ equals the best custom make.
Southern Girl Shoe will surprise you. You say
$2.00 used to buy a good shoe. We say $2.00
will buy a better pair of shoes to-day than ever
before?certainly if you buy
$2.00 SHOE $2.50
It has all the snap and shapeliness of a custom
made shoe. There is comfort and fit in every foot
form line. It is as perfectly made as any shoe you
ever saw?every stitch right where it belongs. Money
cannot buy better sole leather. The uppers are cut
from the best part of the skins. All this means wear,
long wear. It's the best shoe that is sold to-day
for the price. We have a dealer in your town. Look
for the Red Bell on the box.
We want to do your hauling.
We haul anything light or heavy. I
If you need a Dray of any kind $
phone us. We dray for every
body, why not you?
We will also be glad to serve i
you when in need of coal and %
wood, brick, lime, cement and f
crushed stone. j
Day Phone 33 Night Phone 276
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We Invite Yon
To visit our store for any thing j
in the Grocery line. Our stock is \
fresh and our service perfect.
Specials for This Week ?
Eagle Thistle Soda;-10 lbs for 25c f
Quaker Oats, per box, ()c |
Seedless Raisins, per lb, in,
Z Currents, per box, .... *qc
J Dates, per box, ?q
Try our J. K. 2lRoasted Coffee
once and you'H use no other. |
Everything That's Good to Eat.
W. H. HUDGENS & CO.
114 West Main Street
Phone 50 Uufim, S. C.