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Brunch Ofllco. 625 V 8t., Washington. 1). C.
If You arc on (he lookout
for something "useful" for
we want you to know that a
jewelry store is the best place
In the world to find it.
We have made special pre.
paration for this happy season,
and whether you wish to spend
f>0 cents or $."?<) you will have no
difficulty in finding something
here to exactly suit your taste
We shall be glad/to show you
our magnificent] assortment and
to help yotl flna exactly what
you are lookil.g for.
SOG acres of the best Improvi .1 farm
ing land in the county cheap. Twen
ty-five horse farm opejv* add twenty
tenant houses, elect t ie l.^lits, water
works. Four miles soutlg-enst <?r the
Twenty.two acres, three miles east
ot Liturens at Auld's Cross Roads. In
high state of cultivation and well Im
proved. At a bargain.
.r>00 acres of tine land 0)1 \vat< ra "!
Little River, C miles south of I.aureus |
C. II. ?In line state o fcnltivntlon; 7
horse farm open; cheap and easy
100 small farms wanted for western
House and lot, on Base Main street
co'ntninlng 17 ncics with fine house,
barn and other improvements on ? nsy
House und lot on Garlington Ftreet,
cheap for quick sale..
400 acres near Stomp Springs in
f.no state of cultivation. .:> tenant hous- I
ch. Price $ll..r>0 per acre, one half|
cash, balance in 12 months.
12? acres I'i miles or public square,
electric lights and one of tho best
farms in the county. $i2f>. per acre,
one half cash, balance on easy tormt
Several lots on South Harper street.
House find lot on E. Main r.lroot, 8 1-2
?fteres and 16 room concrete dwolllng!
finest place in upper youth Carolina
On easy terms.
Two elegant residences on Sullivan
street on easy terms.
One hundred ncres tillable land
within corporate limits of city, very
reasonable and easy terms.
A number of farms and other prop,
erty for sale, see us before you pur
chase or sell your property.
Todd Building Laurens, S. G.
You Can Save $50??
On Standard Typewriters
Tf V0U intend t> huv n tvfcfVrlter or if tl<
rhajhlno you havo >* \vort\mirJi h n lit yw. r i r?u
t'inity to trot tho frieaUa&lyikwrit'r v. :u.- < \ .
oITltc<J for I lio mom y. \ |
Wo will boko you from ..? V-JJ..!.- to (wo>thlrdii >n
t i ?'1 ?' i oi a ntar.dard mucliuls
Wu Out rant** i uritibum i- r?n r ?< ,..<?,,? ,.
y-nr. Tney nre j int n? b rvict Alle and do ju i n
nest, losrilbo work Aa Mitch ifh abrarliR thucrirli nl
tr.uLmnrk ?.f tho nuinufActurcr, Yo'i conl-.i ??
Anv >e.-tiiiinnl mikn typov.')lt?r icu profri r?
bullt by oxpoi't workmon with A ?Kill tiu.t mal ?
co.-lrd l perfn t construction and fiction.
WrltAtcday forcataloiruo, No. C\.
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE COMPANY
48 North Pryor St? Atlanta, Georgia
AT FOUNTAIN INN
The Laurens Singers Score a Success
in the Border Town, The Border
Town Scores a HH with the I.aureus
Gathering Information from a num
her of those who attended the cantata
Ut Fountain Inn Friday evening, it
seems that the entertainment given by
the Laurens singers was successful iu
i very way and the hospitality shown
by tin Fountain timers was in equal;
proportion. The party of Laurens
people, about fifty strong, left Friday
afternopn in automobiles and r inched
the little city in time to partake of a
line picnic supper which had been pr >?
pan d for them.
Judging by the magnificent spread
that the Laurens people were greet
ed with, the Fountain Inn folks must
have thought that the singers were
mighty caters for it is said that they
had only prepared for about fifteen,
As it was though, there was more
than enough for everybody.
The cantata "The Nazarene" was
sung. This is the favorite one of their
party's repetolre and Friday evening
it was sung better perhaps than ever
before. A large audience greeted
them and everything went off well.
The receipts were divided with the
missionary society of the Methodist
church there, a nice little sum be
A number of the Laurens people had
not been iu Fountain Inn in several
years and they were very much struck
with the progress there. The beautiful
school building was especially com
The cantata party will most prob
ably make a trip to Woodruff at an
early date, and possibly they will uo
It is worse (ban useless to take any
medicines internally for muscular or
chronic rheumatism\ All that is need
ed is a free appllcuion of Chamber
lain's Liniment. For sale by all deal
Will Teach Copoiund School.
Miss Lutlc Young has been elect >d
and lies accepted the prlncipalship of
the Copelnnd school for another year.
Miss Young is a graduate ol the Green
ville Female College and since her
graduation she has been successfully
engaged in teaching in Spartanburg
County. She Is a daughter of Mr. R.
I! Young of this city.
Wins b'iglll fur Life.
11 was a lent; and bloody battle for
life thai was waged by .lames 1J.
Mershon, of New ark. N. .1.. of which
he wrltos: "I bad lost much blood
from lung hemorrhages, and was very
wenk and run-down. For eight months
1 \\i;s unable to work/ Death seemed
dose on my heels. Xvnon I began,
three weeks ago.l t/> use Dr. King's
Now Discovery, R.fu il has helped mo
greatly. It is doing all that you
claim." For weak, sore lungs, obsti
nat" COUgllS, stubborn colds. Iioarse
I5CSS, III gl'lppOi asthma, hay fever oi
any throat or lung trouble Us supremo.
.'.tie and $I.Oi). Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by Laurens Drue, Co., and
Pnlim tto UriiK Co.
Week Kiul Kales.
Tim c. \V. <'. announce tho follow
ing summer rntos for week end tlck
. on sale Saturday and Sunday
morning, returning final limit Tues
day following day of sale:
Flat Rock.2.80 j
i ii iidorsonvlllo.8.00
Glonn Springs. 1.75
Isle of Palms and Sit Ii.ans Is
T' li days tickets will he pill on sale
each Thursday to Wrlghlsvlllo Roach.
n c. $8.00 round trip. \i ... low sum-'
met' rail to other points.
F. .1. Nelson.
City TIcki : Auen:.
So lice of Appointment of Guardian.
Take notice that a petition lias boon 1
hied In the Court of Common Pleas,
for the county of Laurens. for an or
del of tbe said court ror the appoint',
tneui of o. <;. Thompson, as probate
J idie of tbe county of Laurens. as
Public Guardian Jbf the estates of Nel
lie Kellett, .1. li. Kellett and Dewoy
Kellett. minor children of the lato W.
P, Kellett, the said minors having a
personal estate of Seven Hundred and
Fifty Dollars ($750) coming to them
through the order of the Woodmen of
the World, and that no fit. competent
and responsible person can bo found
who is willing to assume such guar
June ?:. 1011.
NOTICE I #30 IN CASH. To breed
era of my stallion, William Denmark.
For all colts foalded in 1501, I offer
Cash prizes lot Ofroe best colts as foL
ws: $15 fflr/flrat, $10 for second,
and $5 for thj/l best. Notice of date
of exhibition of the colts will be given
in ample time. Fvery one interested
invited to "take notice" and be ready
for the "show."
F.. w. Martin,
* 4.r.-4t. Laurens, S. C.
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Tu 3 it mc i mm mcc I
C.038 12111. June 19H.?A n ucli
needed rain [ell her < last Weine;.!;.;-,
evening;. The ground wog too wot to
plow next morning except stubble
patches. Most farmers in this immc
?di?te community have good stands of j
cotton, have it ho?'d out nild it is be
ginning to grow nicely.
There are some flno fields of corn j
li< re also. Mr. 1'. S. Plnsotl has a held
that is line, ami Mr. Hugh i'inson has
a p< t patch that will do to look at. j
There seems to be a general putting
up til' wire doors and windows to keep
out the pesty house fly, fur comfort
and for health both.
Miss Amu Austin will utt< ml com
mencement exercises at tin Presbyter
Ian college of South Carolina this
Dr. ('. H. Coung, of Due West, stop
ped over ut dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Austin last Saturday on his way
home from Baltimore. He is a student
at the medical university of Baltimore
with a view to missionary work in
Korea. He is just recovering from a
serious illness and an operation for ap.
pehdicitis. His friends hope his health
will soon be entirely restored.
The friends of Mr. W. M. Miller will
be glad to know that his health is
improving. After spending several |
weeks at a sanitarium in Atlanta, he
is now with relatives in Georgia. He
is with Dr. .1. F. McGowan, ai Kuhar
lee. and iliiuks tin' limestone water is
doing him good.
The Daughters tif the Confederacy
here gave a dinner last Saturday to
the veterans. Quite a number were
present to t njoy the good Illings pre
pared by the Daughters.
Mr. Dave Black bail the misfortune
to iose a line COW last week. Such an
animal is worth about $10.00 and will
be hard to replace at that figure.
Miss Nannie Goodman, who has been
telephone central at this place, has re
signed. Miss Nairn..' has served the
people here in thai place most faith
fully and efficiently for eight years.
The people art- sorry to give her up
and wish for her much pleas
and success in what ever work she!
may be employed in. She is visiting
her sister. Mis. McClteil, at BcltOll, at
this time. Miss .">gn?s Lcaman has
been elected 'i' Ulke Miss Goddmnn's
(hnl's command is ''Remember the
Sabbath day to keep it holy." To read
the county correspondence in ibis pa
llet- will convince one that our people
take this day mo:*e antl more for so
cial visiting ami foi going on business
trips. When a member of a family
conn ? id the home nosl to spend Sun
day with father ami mother, this cor
respondent thinks that is ill right.
What we nil tide to is social functions
ami Sunday dinners. We do not men
tion such in this- correspondence be
cause we think it is wrong unless it
is a noet ssity or ..: r.ct of mercy. When
people ti" themselves up in business
every week day und then take God's
day for business or pleasure, h re
minds me of the boy who asked for
seme fruit. There were only seven ap
ples on n tree. The good man gave
him si :. .* i d k> cntis'i back later and
stole the other one.
? Lord God of hosts be With us yci
l.e.-t wo forget' Lest we forget!"
When you conn :<i jowu to do your
trading, stop in ; ? t/'guy Enstorby's.
There yon can have your.horscs and
mules shod properly by Vi C. V. Beck
er, recently moved hnu^'rom Georgia,
I PHOTOGRAPHS j
? The McCord I
f Studio 9
I will copy any Photo, en- jj
I large any picture and |
0 make High Grade Pho- |
1 tographs for you at the ?
I very lowest prices. No |
I photographer can do I
! more nor offer any I
I more special inducement |
I than the |
ricCord Studio j
has always done. ?
motto is J
"Best Pictures, Lowest |
I Prices" J
I Come to see us. j
We Place Great Stress on Our Women's Moderate
Priced Shoes, the Shoes we sell at
$2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
If every Woman knew all about the goodness of our
Shoes at these prices, we're sure we would sell all the mode
rate priced Shoes sold in this locality.
The leathers are Patent Kid and
Colt Skin, Vici and Gun Metal Calf.
Button, Lace or Blucher cut, good
stylish Shoes, high or low Heels.
The latest Spring shapes and
Remember that we're experts at fitting, and we take as
much pains to fit the foot correctly with these Aloderate
Priced Shoes as we do with the higher priced sort.
THE SHOE MAN
Customers' Shoes Shined Free One Price to All
J ym . ? w.-v---^'^ W mm- - ?$
Harness and Harness Parts
Columbus Buggies, Fresh load of Ames Buggies,
Part loads Taylor Cannady, Carolina, Ratterman
& Luth, Surries, Carriages, Buggies. Also, large
supply sccond=hand Buggies and Harness. See
D. H. COUNTS & SON
213 East Main Street
Laurens, South Carolina