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tMTRESS WILL WEAR
W A WONDERFUL GOWN
Miss Janet Waldorf,? in "Oraustark,"
to Exhibit t'ostume Made fnfth Hare
Jewels From the Orient?Has Trav
elled Extensively in the East
Miss Janet Waldorf, who will be
seen at the City Opera House on Fri
day, November 3rd in Baker and Cas
tle's production of "Graustark," adopt
ed from George Harr McCutcheon's
novel, is one of the very few actress
es who'havd made a tour of the world.
The Fast had especial attraction
for Miss Waldorf, and hIio made up
her mind that she would see Japan.
China and India. Soon alter com
pleting her studies for the stage? she
organized a company and sailed for
After playing In Yakohoma, they
went to Shanghai, where they played
at the Country Club In tho Bubbling
Well road. The Club is the most ex
clusive organization of Englishmen in
China. Thoj also played in one of the
Chlne80 theaters. In Hongkong the
company played "Konica and Juliet".
"Twelfth Nigh'," and "Ineoinar." and
then sailed to Manilla
From Manilla Miss Waldorf and her
Company went to the Strait Settle
ments, and gave the lirst performance
ever give in English at Sungapore.
From Calcutta, Miss Waldorf took
her company to Delhi, where they gave
two performances (n the theater owned
by Hallywallah a Hindoo actor.
After leaving Delhi they spent two
weeks In Ceylon and then sailed to
Australia, Bpending several months in
Australia and New Zealand. From
New Zealand they went back to Shan
ghai, Hongkong and Manilla, and from
Manilla hack to Japan, and after sev
eral weeks there sailed for San Fran
cisco. The/ had been away for near
ly three years.
Court of Common Pleas*
The fall term of tho Court of Com
mon Pleas will convene .Monday, No
vember 6th, Judge G. W. Gage, of
Chester will preside The following
jurors have been selected to servo at
Laurens Township?W. A. Copeiand,
W. H. Hlakely.
Hunter?B. L. King, Ceo. C. Hop
kins, w. B. Hell, Geo. A. Browning,
J. W. Lenke.
Cross Hill?-J. B. Hitt, J. L. Fellers,
C. D. Nance.
Waterloo?E. H. Anderson, J. P.
Jones, Guy E. Moore, P. IL Baldwin.
Sullivan?W. J. Freeman. J. L. Bald
Win, S. K. Nelson, J. Frank Davis, A.
Dials?H. L. Mears, M. W. Woods.
W. M. Abercrombie, R. R. Owlngs, R.
A. Nash, B. W. Martin, M. C. Oxner.
Youngs?W. L. Mock, S. J. Hums,
W. M. Coker, W. E. Martin, N. D. Gar
Jacks?J. W. Morton, L. D. McCrary,
W. S. Hatton, T. w. Dlllard.
Scuflletown?W. P. Poole.
Starts Marh Trouble.
If all people knew that neglect of
Constipation would result in sever in
digestion, yellow jaundice or virulent
liver trouble they would soon take
Dr. King's New Life Pills, ami end it.
Its the only safe; way. liest for bilious
ness, headache, dyspepsia, chills and
debility. 25c at Lamms Drug Co.,
Palmetto Drug Co.
Miss Janet Waldorf as "The Princess" In (Jraustark Friday Night.
* COLORED ORPHANAGE HOME. *
********* + *****
The Advottiser lias received with re
quest to publish the article below on
the Orphanage Home, a negro insti
tute to be built In this city, it is as
We were not successful in our un
dertaking Oil account of the had weath
er, but we wish to say to the people
of Laurens, S. C, and everywhere
else that the orphanage rally will not
close until the 12th of November. We
ask everybody to give something. We
ask both white and colored to give.
Our secretary is found at 225 West
Hampton street and will enroll the
names of all the givers. We solicit
aid from all sources and all persons in
behalf of the home. Address all let
ters to Jessie Brunson, 22."? West
FREE BOOK ON PILES.
Tells How Cnnr* lire Made with an In
Do you know the cause of piles?
Is it inward or external?
Is it a skin disease?
Will salves or catting cure for good?
Do you know how Dr. J. S. Lcon
hardl found the long-sought Internal
These questions fully answered in a
booklet mailed tree by Dr. Leonhardt
Co., station B, Buffalo, N. v.. or by
I.aureus Drug Co. who sell llein-Koid,
the successful remedy at $1 per large
bottle, under guarantee. At all drug
Take notice that on the 2nd day of
December, we will render a final ac
count of our acts and doings as Ex
ecutors of the estate of Gardner L.
Davis, deceased, in the olllce of the
Judge of Probate of Laurons county,
at II o'clock, a. in., and on the same
day will apply for a final discharge
from our trust as Executors.
Any persons indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
W. A. Davis,
J. E. Davis,
November 1, 1911?1 mo.
See our Special Rocking Chair at
S. M. & E. II. Wllkes & Co.
EXECUTORS LAND SALE.
By virtue of power vested In us as
executors of the last will and testa
ment of G. W. L| Teague deceased, we
will sell at public auction at Laurens
C. H. S. C. on salesday In November,
1911, being the 6th day of the month,
within legal hours of sale, the follow
ing described real estate, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land lying, being and situate in Wa
terloo township, Laurens count, said
state, containing two hundred acres
1200)) more or less, bounded on the
north by T. M. Shaw, on the west by
W. C. Wharton. on the south by T. J.
Colemnn, on the east by D. II. Counts.
Terms of sale, cash, purchaser to
pay for papers. If the purchaser fails
to comply with the terms of sale, the
land to be resold on the same or some
subsequent salesday at the risk of the
Mrs. Sue Teague, et. al,
October 9, 1011K1 mo.
Touch of Winter
"DeMINDS us that we must get ready for the
*^ cold days that are stire to come. If you
haven't prepared yourself by putting* in
Your Supply of Coal
We will be pleased to take your order now. We
can guarantee the quality of our coal and we know
the price will suit you.
And Don't Forget
That along with our other lines we are hand=
ling the very best Buggies and Wagons on the
market. Our lines of vehicles are celebrated for
their quality, service and low price.
R. C. Gray & Co.
Laurens, South Carolina
Jnc. W. Ferguson C. C. Featherstone
W. B. Knight
FERGUSON, FEATHERSTONE & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
Prompt and careful attention given
to all business.
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
CmCHESTER S PILLS
inA*jf(?.\D iirani> rii.i.H, f,.r ?a
f? known ns Best, Safest. Always kclial la
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
CURED IN SO MINUTES WITS
Cured cufckly. Take no substitute
160c by muii or express from Mm f.,
Dr. L. J. Sharp ft Co., Commerce, Ca.
or 50 from druggists.
Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
Buy your shoes, hats of Red Iron
Racket where you can get more goods
and better goods for less money.
J. C. Hums & Co,
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courto.
prompt attention given to all busines?.
When you feel ?B?
vons, tired, worried or despondent it is .-i f
sure Bigo yen iced MOTT'S NERVERINE \
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and
make life worth living. Bo sine and ask for
Mott's Nerverine Pills g^jH
WH L1AMS MFG. CO.. Props., Cleveland. Ohio
LAURKN.S DRUG CO.
Switzer's Is The Place
To get a Real Bargain in Dry Goods, Shoes, Notions, Millinery, Coat and Coat Suits. Now you don't
know this unless you come and look at our Stock and get prices and compare Quality,
and then you will know that here is the place to do your Winter Trading.
Come in This Week and Look Through Our Special.
SPECIAL FOB THE WEEK.
Waok Carracul Coat, 54 Inches long, only.$8.75
You can got lhat Suit you want at Switzer now from $10.00 to $30.00
10-4 cotton Blankets . .08c
Full size Comfort.08c
10-4 all wool Blankets .$8.50
156 Inch Sea Island, only.6c
Best Calico, only.5c
Best Outing, worth 12 l-2e, our price 10c
Heavy rlh Ladles' Undershirt .
Heavy rlh fleeced Undershirt.
Children's heavy rib Hose.10c
Full size Counterpin .98c
liest Flannellett, worth 12 1 -2c, our price
SPECIAL VALUES ON SIIOKS.
Gun motal, patent leathers and ton buttons, now
(Moth top button, now .
$2.00 kid button, now.
$2.00 patent blucher, lace, now ..., . $1.60
$1.7:") kid blucher, now. $148
$1.50 all leather, kid blucher, now .$1.20
$1.50 kangaroo tipped, blucher, now.$1.26
$1.7? box calf, blucher, now
Enterprise Bank Building
Laurens, South Carolina