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K You are on the lookout
for something "useful" for
wo 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
00 cents or $00 you will have no
difficulty In Unding something
hero to exactly suit your taste
We shall be glad to show you
our magnificent assortment and
to hell) you find exactly what
you are look' .g for.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, S. C.
Dr. Geo. N. Bunch
Gray Court, S. C7
Phone 23 Hours 6 to 9
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tem and caused trouble with your kid
neys and bladder? Have you pains In
loins, side, bark and bladder? Havo you
a flabby appearance of the face. nn<l un
der tho eyes? A frequent desire to pass
urine? If so. Williams' Kidney Pills will
cure you?Druggist, Price 60c.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Propi.. ClevcUnd. Ohio
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens, s. ('.
OVER 65 YEARS'
TFT*"0 Copyrights Ac.
Anyonocpn<ttii(j n ?Ucirti nud description um?
quickly uncurltiin our opinion fruo whether nil
Invt.ntl.tn Is priilmMv j> iit'iilulilA, ( onimiinlen.
U..imstrictlyr.>iiii.i,.uti il. HAMHUOOK on I'nteiiU
sent freo. OhlOSt Rltency for Ki'curnaf piitenu.
I'ateniii tiikcii tliroiiull .Munn X Co. receive
?Pfci.il notlcf, without olmrKO, lutlio
A hnnilsomcly liuirdrMcd wooidy. I,nrcc*t cir
culation ?>f liny m-ioiiiHi" liMirmil. Toriua, f 3 a
jronr; four moutim, f I. HoUl i.ynll nowsdenlora.
MUNN S Co.3C,Droadrtay- New York
Uiaiicli OftlCO, Sti V St., WikIiii.;;!.I>. C,
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will euro
lUind, Hteedlng nnd Itcblng I'll. s. It ab
sorbs tho tumors, allays itching nt once,
nets ns a. poultice, gives instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile ointment Is pro
pared for Piles and ItebinK of tbe private
parts. DrurfKiats. mall 50o and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Pronv. Cleveland, Ohio
LAUKKNS DRUG v,0.
Laurens, S. C
Jno. W. Ferguson C. C. Featherstone
W. B. Knight
FERGUSON, FEATHERSTONE & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C,
I Prompt and careful attention given
to all business.
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
CURED IN SO MINUTES WITH
?f " 2f\ Cored quickly. Take no ?obtttlote,
Bf OWc by mull or express from Man'.,
Wjm,..' f nr. L. J. Sharp 6 Ca.. Commerce. Ca..
or 50 from druggUU.
[Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mail on
receipt of price ?1.00.
Trial Package by mall 10 cent?.
WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. Propa., CUvaland, Ohio
LAUBENS DRUO CO.
Laurens, S. i\
l^LOCM^H) PERSONAL MENTION,
Col. W. C. P. Robertson was a visi
tor In Bnoree Sunday.
Mr. C. S. Curtis, of Now York, visit
ed friends in the city Sunday.
Mr. W. W. Owens, of Cross Hill, was
a visitor in the city Monday.
Miss Elizabeth Richey, of Abevllle,
is visit Inn at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W .R. Richey, Sr.
Mr. Albert Dial is in Augusta in the
interest of the glass factory.
Mr. J. J. Cudd, of Spartanburg, was
in the city Monday on business.
Mr. Charles Rounds was a business
visitor in Spartanburg Monday.
Mr. M. A. Leaman, of Cross Hill, was
among the visitors in the city Monday.
Mrs. J. J. Pluss is spending the week
with lriends in the city of Greenville.
Miss Katie Goggins left a few days
ago for Danville, Ya., where she will
attend college the coining year.
Mr. Jake Shell, who is now located
in Greenville, spent the week-end here
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Humbert spent
the week-end with Mr. Humberts fath
Mr. L. B. Hums spent Sunday in
Greenwood with his brother Mr. J. C.
Col. O. W. Babb, Assistant Adjutant
General, spent Sunday in the city witli
Mr. G. C. Anderson, from near Gray
Court, was in the city yesterday on
Mr. Frank Klugb, of Ooronaea, pass
ed through the city Sunday in his au
Dr. H. B. Hughes left Monday for
about a week's stay in Richmond and
Hon. John Gary Evans, of Spartan
burg, spent a few hours in the city
Mr. H. D. Rantin and Mr. T. J. Bla
lock, of Clinton, were visitors in the
Miss Josephine Fuller has returned
from Lancaster, where she attended
a house party.
Misses Rosalie and Annie Ttailey are
in the city visiting their sister, Mrs.
D. M. Norwood.
Mr. C. R. Hisbop spent Saturday in
Xewberry where lie closed a large
real estate deal.
Mr. George Goldsmith, of Simpson
vllle, lias accepted a position with the
Palmetto Drug Co.
Mr. .1. Broadus Hill, who lives near
Ware Shoals, was a business visitor
in the city Monday.
Mr. W. .1. Anderson, of the Tip Top
section near Waterloo, was in the city
Monday on business.
Mr. Wilson Harris, editor of the
Clinton Chronicle, was a visitor in
Lauren8 last week .
Mr. .lohn Wright, of Spartanburg.
spent Sunday in tin- city with his fath
er, Mr. .lohn N. Wright.
Misses Imogeno ami Kathleen Wilkes
have returned from a dolightful trip to
Washington and Baltimore.
Miss Julia Gllkerson has been spend
ing several days in Florence with her
brother ..Mr. v. H. Gllkerson.
Mr. and Mrs. S. It, Dor rob, of Youngs
township spent the week-end at the
home of his mother. Mrs. \V. T. Dot'oh.
Mrs. Vernon .of tho Spartanburg
Business College, is in the city visit
ing at the home of Mrs. W. T. Dor roll.
Miss Lucy I'eden of Gray Court re
turned home yesterday, alter s pending
a few days with relatives in the city.
Miss Lillian Withers, who visited
Mrs. 11. K. Aikon here for several days,
has returned to her homo in Charles
Col. and Mrs. O. W. Babb, of Colum
bia, spent the week-end in the city
with Mr. Babb's mother, Mrs Martha
Mr. W. II. Anderson returned from
the North Friday after purchasing a
large stock of goods for Davis Roper
Mrs. Elizabeth Bobbltt, now of Waco,
Texas ,is spending a few days here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R,
Mr. Frank Mcf'ravy, after spending
several weeks here with his parents,
has returned to his work in Wilming
ton. X. C .
Misses Willie May, Annie Helle and
Hessie t'hildress have returned to the
city after visiting several days near
Mr. M. T. Chancey. one of the well
known old veterans of the Fountain
Inn section, is in the city visiting for
a few days.
Miss Jessie Todd, of Greenwood,
spent the latter part of last week in
Laurens as the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
J. II. Teague.
Mr. Ozell Mills has resigned his place
with the Palmetto Druv Company in
order to rest a whllo beforo entering
coil ego this fall.
Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Ferguson re
turned home last week after spending
several weeks In tho mountains of
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Martin, after
spending a part of the summer at
their home in Hendersonville have re
turned to Laurens.
Mrs. J. D. Arthur nnd Miss Kath
leen Arthur aro on an extended visit
to relatives at Rock Hill and Lau?
Mr. Bob Hudgens has returned to
the city with his family after spend
ing the last few months at his sum
mer home near the city.
Misses Virginia and Bessie Brown
lee, who have been visiting their sis
ter, Mrs. A. C .Todd, have returned
to their home in Albany, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Wallace nad
family have returned home after an
extended tour through Georgia and
Alabama in their big auto.
Miss Ella Lee, after spending a few
days in the city at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Gllkerson, returned to her
home in Greenwood yesterday.
Misses Donle Counts and Josie Sul
livan left several days ago for Alber
marle, X. C, where they will teach
school for the coming session.
Mr. Copeland Blackwell has re
turned from a weeK's visit to his
sister, Mrs. A. T. Willis, at Charles
ton, and relatives at Laurens.?Union
Mrs. W. A. Sharpe and children ,of
Atlanta, after spending some time at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rlchey,
Sr., have returned to their home in
Mr. William Solomon has returned
from Baltimore and other cities where
lie bought a large and beautiful line
of jewelry, cut glass and other things
in his line.
Mr. 11. W. Getslnger, of Phoenix,
Ariz., has been in the county for sev
eral days on business. Mr. Getslnger
is the owner of the Hudgens place!
Miss Grace Barksdale, who has
been spending some time at the home
of Dr. W. 11 Dial and other relatives,]
returned to her home in Greenwood
Mr. II. Terry will leave the latter
pai l of this week for the eastern mar
kets, visiting New York, Philadelphia,
Baltimore and other big cities to buy
fall goods lor his store.
Mr. 10 .P. Mlnter and his brother, Mr.
.1. 10. Millter of Sedalia, spent Monday
at Inno where they were present at
a land sale conducted by the Oakland
Heights Realty Company.
Miss Mamie Armstrong, who was
located in Mullins last season in the
inilldnery business, has accepted a
position in Johnson City, Tenn., and
left last week for that place.
Mr. lid Mrs. 10. P. Mlnter returned
Monday after spending several weeks
in the north. Mr. Mlnter spent a large
portion of bis time purchasing a fall
supply of goods for .1. 10 .Mlnter and
Miss M iry Bell Puller left Monday
for Lnngley where she will teach
school for the coining year. The Lang
ley school enjoys the reputation of
being one of the best equipped in the
Dr. .1. \V. Jervey of Greenville pres
ident of the South Carolina Medical
Association, was the guest of Dr.
Hughes last week. While here Dr.
Jervey performed several serious op
Dr. .1. W. Bolk, who has been with
(be Palmetto Drug Company for the
pasi few months, left last week for
bis homo in Lancaster, whore he will
remain for a few days before begin
ning his course in modielno.
President .las. T. Medloek, of ihr
National Loan and lOxchnngo Bank
returned homo last Thursday from a
visit to I.is old home in Laurer.s coun
ty. He carried his two sons, Uoberl
ami .lames with his.?-Greenwood In
Mr. Charles II. Hi. ks will leave to
morrow for Knoxvllle. Tenn., where
Mrs. Hicks is now visiting relatives.'
They will take in the Appalachian
Exposition, which is now in progress,
and return home together in a few
Mr. S. Poliakoff returned last Thurs
day from the northern markets where
he has been to purchase a fall stock.
Ho was accompanied home by his
daughter. Miss Fannie Hell who has
been in New York visiting for several
Mr. Paul M. \\ ishington, of the west
ern section of the county, was in the
city Saturday making preparations to
attend the North Greenville Academy
during the Coming session. This school
has as one of Its professors Mr. Leon
ard Simpson of this courty.
Dr. John S. Wolff, eightv live years
old and still hale and hearty, was in
the city Monday on business and vis
iting his son, Mr. Marvin Wolff. Dr.
Wolff, though with a large number of
years to his credit, is still much
stronger and healthier than many a
Supt. Win. C. Bynum of the George
town schools, will be In the city next
week to be present at the opening of
the city schools. Tho handsome and
modern building here has quite a rep
utation among the state's educators
and Mr. Bynum Is anxlois to see it
and to get a few Ideas as to Its man
Digestion and Assimilation.
It Is not the quantity of food taken
but the amount digested and assimil
ated that gives strength and vitality
to the system. Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets Invigorate the stom
ach and liver and enable them to per
form their functions naturally. For
sale by all dealers.
New Rugs and Art Squares
? FOR THE =====
Beautifying of Your Home Arriving Daily
A most magnificent collection of beautiful Rugs, Art Squares and Drape
ries awaits your inspection. Its our endeavor, as we purchase each season's
stock, to surpass in every particular any previous showing. We feel that in
our fall stock of Rugs, Art Squares and Draperies we have without exception,
the very finest, the most complete and the cheapest line we have ever shown.
This line includes all the very latest patterns in both floral and oriental effects.
Note the Prices, Call and Examine the Goods
We Guarantee You Will be Pleased
gular $?-'.?">.'") Art Squares only .. . .$1 D.50
guiar $20.00 Art Squares, only .. ..#11.75
gular $15.00 Art Squaros, only .. ..$12.50
gular $10.00 Ai t Squares, only .. . .$s."><?
gular $0.00 AH Square only.$1.2."?
gular $5.00 Art Squares, only.$3.50
Regular $5.00 Hugs, only.#3.50
Regular $1.00 Rugs, only.$3.25
Regular $3.50 Rugs, only.$2.50
Regular $2.00 l(u?:s, only.$1.50
Regular $1.50 Rugs, only.$1.25
All New and Up-to-date Goods and at Prices no Other healer
To Wise Wen Only!
? USX stop and think one moment about your
printed stationery. "A firm or individual's
printed stationery is an index to his business judg
ment." If you want something that you can be
sure will make a good impression wherever seen
bring your Job Printing of every description to us.
We guarantee perfect satisfaction and can do
your work in a "hurry."
Advertiser Printing Company