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Its double strength
cuts the coffee bill
in two;hs superior
quality gives it
a value double
The Reily Taylor Co.
New Orleans, u.s.a.
CURED IN SO MINUTES WITH
Cured quickly. Take no substitute.
60c by mad or express from Manf.,
Dr. i- J. Sharp & Co.. Commerce. Ca.,
or 50 from druggists.
Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma, Hronchitis. and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists; mail on
leteipt of price Si.oo.
Trial Package by mall 10 cents.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Propt.. Cleveland. Ohio
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens. -S. C.
Par-a-sit-i-cide cures itch and
mange in 30 minutes. Pimples
and Ringworms quickly. Price
* LAURENS DRUG CO.
60c by mail or express from
Dr. Iy. J. Sharp ec Co., Commerce,
Ga. Guaranteed. "Take no
Files! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will euro
j'.llnd, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab
?*.orbs the tumors, allays Itching at once,
:u<ta as a poultice, glvea Instant relief.
WllPams* Indian Pile Ointment Is pro?
pared for Piles and Itching of the private
p*rtn. Druggists, mall 50c nnd $1.00.
Wi:LIAMS MFO. CO.. Prooi.. Cleveland, Ohio
LAUKENS DRUfi uO.
Mi\ sAr: S Pins |\
Coca Cola Bottling Co.
Laurens, S. C.
Do not trust tW fitting of
those glasses to tile ordinary
optician - a SLIGHT ER
ROR will often develop the
defect in your vision to a
more serious condition.
Correct fitting of glasses
requires THOROUGH EX
CARE and THE BEST
The continual growth of
our patronage and the pleas
ed recommendations of our
patrons attest to OUR satis
factory optical work.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
.Miss Eva Stone, of Clinton, spent
Sunday in the city with friends.
Cupt. YY. It. Kichoy, Jr.. made a
business trip to Greenville yesterday.
Mr. Carlisle Smith and wife spent
last week with his mother, Mrs. Dr.
Miss Gertrude Wright is in Ilonea
Path visiting her sister. Miss Fannie
Dr. William Smth. of Charleston,
spent several days in the city this
Miss Annie Rleliey is spending a
short while with tier sister, Mrs. Thos.
T. Hobbitt. of Augusta.
Mr and Mrs. C. W. Simpson of Ware
Shoals were the guests Tuesday of Dr.
and Mrs. \V W Dodson..
Mr. John Crews of Columbia attend
ed the funeral of his grandfather. Col.
Crews, Sunday afternoon.
Master Robert Sullivan celebrated
his fifth birthday last Saturday, at his
home on South Harper Street.
.Mr. 11. s. Blackwell of Laurens was
here Sunday and will likely be here
next Sunday.?Cainden Cor. The State.
Miss Lola Mae Humphries has re
turned to her home at Cross Keys af
ter a visit to nor sister, Mrs. A. .1.
Miss Nora Taylor has gone out to
her home at Princeton to spend a few
weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Taylor.
Dr. A. C. Puller, former State Sen
ator and one of the foremost farmers
of the rounty, was in the city for n
Mr. and Mrs. C. I!. Martin and Mr.
Martin's mother, all of Newberry, are
visiting at the home of Mr. M. .1. Ow
ings. West Main street.
Master Herbert Sullivan is spend
i lug his vacation at Tumbling Shoals,
hunting and ilshing with his uncle,
Mr. Milton A. Sullivan.
Mr. Hogers McCaslan, special agent
i of the Prudential Insurance Company,
with headquarters at Greenwood, is
spending several days m the city on
Miss Frances V. Smith, who has
been teaching school at Copes, spent
Monday night at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. .1. II. Humbert on her way to her
home at .Mountvilli-.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tatmn of Mc
Coll, who have boon spending several
days at the home of Mrs. Tatum's pa
rents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Holt, will
return to their home Thursday.
Mr. B. F Ezell has been elected prin
cipal of the Laurens Graded Schools
for the coining session. He is a grad
uate of Furman University and has
had considerable experience in school
Misses Donle Counts and Josie Sul
livan, who taught school at Kershaw
during the past year, have been elect
ed teachers at Alherinarle. N. C, un
der the superintendency of Mr. B. L.
Mr. W. A. Culbertson, of Bradley,
who is lllling Mr. Rolf's place at the
"machine" in the mechanical depart
ment of The Advertiser office, spent
Sunday at Fountain Inn with his l is
ter, Mrs. James H. Machen,
Mrs. Algernon Culbcrsou, who ha
been visiting her parents, Mr. and1
Mrs. Win. 1). Sullivan, of Tumbling
Shoals, spont Sunday with her broth
er. Mr. .1. (1. Sullivan, on South Harper
Street, on her return to her home in
Shelby, x. C.
Mr. T. II. Nelson went lo Cold Point
yesterday afternoon to le- present to
day at the birthday colebratlon of his
mother, Mrs. L. A. Hunter. Mrs. Hun
ter will he 7(1 years of age and is the
youngest and only surviving member
of a family of seventeen children.
Mr. W. I.. Gray, who has boon spend
Ing about a week In Cincinnati. India
napolis and other northern and wes
tern points, returned home Monday
ninht alter a very enjoyable trip. He
reports that the drought, which is
proving such a sethark to crops in
this section, was noticeable nearly
everywhere that he went.
Mahogany or Rose Wood needs
simply washing and a coat of Varn
The L. & M. Homo iFllHsli Varnish
is the best.
If painted wood, tli/h wash it. and
apply one coat of L. & M. Domestic
Makes Furniture as Rood as new at
a cost of about 2f> or 30 cents.
Get it from .1. II. & M. L. Nash,
Laurens, and J. W. Copoland Co.,
?fames T. Crews Sucreeds Father.
Columbia, May 30.?Gov. Blease this
afternoon appointed James T. Crews
of Laurens a member of tho board of
directors of the Con federate Soldiers*
Home here, vice his lato father. Col.
T. B. Crews.
Notice Opening Hooks Subscription.
Pursuant to a commission issued to
applicants for same, books for sub
scription to Hank of Mountytfle will
be open at store of H. M. Bryson at
Mountville, S. C. till June 10th, 1011.
***** -4 4**? ***?*****<*******
1 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. J
3Iiss Crisp Honored.
.Miss Annie Mae Lawson entertained
Oil Thursday evening at her home in
Shandon in honor of Miss Helen
Crisp of Laurens. Progressive whist
was played, and after the cards were
laid aside, a delicious ice course was
The prize was won by Miss Vivian
Hand, who was presented with a box
of stationery. The guest of honor was
given a silver hat pin.?Sunday's
Following their marriage Wednes
day at one o'clock at the home of the
bride. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hoff l"ft
on the afternoon train for a visit to
the bridegroom's parents* Mr. and Mrs.
Grant S. Rott, who live in Portland,
Maine. They will be absent until about
July 1. spending their honeymoon in
Portland and other New England cit
Monday s Columbia Stal ? carried an
interesting announcement of the mar
riage of Miss Ola Melle Hilt, of that
city, to Mr. Orover Tollcsoit, of Lau
rens. The happy young couple are
now making a short visit to Mr. Tol
le on's parents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Tol
le on, in this city.
Madden. May 31.?Children's Day at
Prospect brought out the usual large
and attentive crowd. The Program
was a good one and the children all
did Well. The singing was spirited
and good. The duets by the little
girls, Wlnonn Martin and Mattle Sue
Wofford and Kathleen Martin and My
ra Wofford were good for such little
maids. The memorial feature in chil
dren is always touching, nevermore
so than on this occasion when a quar
tette sung by two little hoys. John
W. Wofford and Ryan Marlin, and two
little girls. Mnrle Madden and Kath
leen Martin, grand children of the
founder of Children 'sD.ty at Prospect.
.Mrs. Kate Cunningham, sour sweetly
and solemnly in memory of those "who
are gone but not forgotten."
It is hard to specialize where all
did so well, but "The New Church Or
gan" so well recited by Miss Kate Wof
ford brought down the house.
Another very specially pretty song
was the quartette sang so well by
Misses .luanlta Martin and Carry Lang
ston and Prof. B. Y. Culbertson and
Walter Moore. "Lei the Little Ones
Come," as the children marched in to
give their "Welcome Song." There
were present between 700 or SO0 peo
ple and taken in all It was one of
the best programs we have ever had.
In the afternoon an impromu pro
gram was gotten up by Prof. Culbert
Bon in memory of tho old soldi >rs.
After roll call by Mr. T. S. La uns.
ton, the children marched to the grave
yard and decorated the graves of the
Confederate dead who slo^p here.
Among the crowd Saturday we not
ed the laces of some of the older one*
Rev. Fowler of Clinton, who over :'??>
years ago was pastor here. Dr. A. C.
Fuller, and Mr. .lim Wham were also
interested listeners. Mr. and Mis.
Bailey ami Children, and Mrs. Dr.
Moseley ami children of Cross Keys
are among those who always Come
back bom ? for children's day. They
wer.- bei" Saturday,
The Ladles Aid Society wish to ex
tend sincere thanks lo Mr. Claude
Finley and his assistants for their val
uable help in conducting the refresh
ment stand Saturday. We all realize
it was a hard, busy day for them und
the gratitude of the ladies Is very sin
It Startled the World.
when the astounding claims were
first made for Rucklen's Arnica Salve,
but forty years of wonderful cures
have proved them true, ami every
where it is now known Its llie best
salve on earth for Hums. Dolls, Scalds,
Sores, Cuts. Bruises, Sprains, Swell
ings. Eczema, Chapped hands. Fev
er Sores and Piles. Only 2.1c at Lau.
rens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
DEATH OF MISS SARAH OK A VI'.
A Sister of Mr. II. II. Grant Passed
Away ut Her Home in Illinois Last
The many friends of Mr. H If. Grant
Manager of the Dreamland Theater
here will be extremely sOrry to learn
of the death of his sister, Miss Sarah
Grant, which occurred at her home In
Kankakee. Illinois last Saturday.
Miss Grant, who was the only sister
of Mr. Orant, was about fifty-four
years old at tho time of her death
which resulted from pneumonia. She
was a loynl member of the Methodist
church and In her home town In Il
linois she was the lead -r In overy
Mr. Grant, who In the short time
that ho has been here, has made
scores of strong friends, and he has
the deepest sympathy of every on
Ball's Sure Seal and Mason Jars.
We have a solid car load of Balls sure seal and Mason's
Screw Top Jars on hand, bought in January, when the price
was lowest. Therefore we are in position to sell you Jars,
either wholesale or retail as cheap as the cheapest.
Also full line of extra tops and rubbers in best quality
and at money-saving prices, either wholesale or retail.
See our Tin Top Jelly Tumblers. They are packed six
dozen in case.
Buy your Jars, Rubbers, Tops and Jelly Molds
from us and be satisfied.
Come to Newberry
AND HEAR THE
= WILL OPEN
June 18th continuelhrough June 24th
Grand Concert by Alkahest Band and Orchestra
and DeKoven Quartette Every Day During
Every entertainment and lecture a grand success.
Reduced Rates on the Railroads.
Sale of reserved seat Tickets will begin at )0 a. m., June 1st.
Tickets and diagram at Mayes Book Store.
Season Ticket $3.00 assures a reserved seat for the ten entertain
Mail orders sent Jno. B. Mayes, Newberry, S. C, prior to the open
ing sale will secure prompt attention, and reserved seats.
Season Ticket includes lecture by Hon. Wm. Jennings Bryan and
lecture by Capt. R. P. Hobson, as well as the other eight numbers.
Hobson's lecture at 10.30 A. M., Monday, June 19th, subject: "Amer
ica's Mighty Mission."
Bryan's lecture, 10.30 A. M., Wednesday, June 21st, subject: "The
Prince of Peace."
Home coming reception will be held Wednesday, June 21st.
If you come the latch-string will be out in all Newberry.
Meet Your Friends in Newberry Chautauqua Week
Reserved 5eats Limited. Better Secure Your Ticket Early.