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CIJNTON COLLKGK MAGAZINE.
First Issno from the Fresse? of The
Advertiser Delivered Monduy. Some
thing out of the Ordinary.
The first issue of the 1911-12 vol
ume of The Collegian, the Presbyter
ian College of South Carolina's month
ly magazine, has just been finished
and delivered by the printers. The
Presbyterian College boys depart
from the usual custom of most col
leges of Rotting out just an ordinary
cheap looking magazine. Instead
they picked out the best paper and the
/ most beautiful cover obtainable and
had a magazine printed that would be
a> credit to any college In the United
States. Mr. R. P. Austin Is Kditor-in
Chtef of The Collegian and Mr. T. C.
Urown Is manager.
Tlie subject matter of The Collegian
lb'in kooplug with the exterior of the
magazine. Ii is tilled with stories,
poems and editorials of a high order
ami will doubtless attract a great deal
of favorable criticism from other col
The progressive spirit shown by the
young men in getting out such a beau
tiful magazine Is in keeping with the
now rra of advancement which lias
begun in the college itself within the
past few years and which has been
igiven an added impuetus by the Com
ing of a new president. The college Is j
now fairly on its way to become one
oi tho leading Presbyterian Institutes
of the South ami certainly an institu
tion equal In rani; with the rest of
the colleges ia litis stale. To keep!
abreast of this steady advancement,
the boys decided to l ave tills hand
some magazine gotten out.
For sore throat there is positively
no remedy that will rolleve so
quickly and cure permanently the
most aggravated case, as Bloodlne
Lourens Drug Co., Laurons, s. c.
* WATERLOO LETTER. ?
"Waterloo. Nov. 20. -Mr. Joe YYhar
ton of Greenwood spent Sunday in
"Wnte.vloo with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Harris Whnrtoil
spent several days this week in New
We bear of several new resldeu3?3
soon to be erected In and nca ? Water
Miss Clara Davenport of Laim UH
vras the week-end guest of Miss Mary ,
Editor Wilson W. Harris, the bright
young editor of the Clinton ChronuUC
WAS here last week on a brief visit
to home folks and friends.
The Signor Ca fa roll I Concert Party
\j?'iii be the second lyceum attraction
ami) uin appear at the school audi
torium next Thursday night, Nov.
Kvtry member of this Concert Party
is a royal musician and tr >y are
unique, novel and able entertainers.
The lyceum course here is proving
? ?:re::t attraction for both old and
\ lUI.D-Jli: \1?KI) WOM AN.
Shorn of Her Prown of beaut j. Loses
in Love ami Marriage.
Hair is certainly most necessary to
Woman. Who could love and marry a
bald-headed woman? What charms
<ronbl one array to offset such a dis
A woman's goal I> usually love and
marriage. Her crowning glory is her
lhair. The loss of her hair mars her
beamy, happiness, and success. Vet,
vight here In LnurenS, there are thous
ands of women who are neglecting or
injuring their hair to such an extern
that it Is only a matter of time when
it will be utterly ruined.
Many women destroy the beauty of
their hair through thoughtlessness or
?Ignorance of certain facts. Tho.v use
cnrllng irons over-heated, or to ex
cess, which destroys the natural oil
?of .the hair, causing it to split, break
and come out, They do not shampoo
the.ir hair often enough, or too often
; They use soaps or preparations which
?contain Ingredients positively harm
ful to the scalp and hair.
As a result of such treatment, dand
mtiff is created,' the hair lossens. loses
color, falls out, and baldness com
mences, unless proper and prompt
precautions are taken in time. Then,
again, microbes and certain diseases
brine about unhealthy scalp and hair
Almost any woman may rid herself
?f dandruff and diseased scalp and
ltnir IT she will but use the right rem
edy. We have, that remedy, and we i
?arlll positively guarantee that It will
?Hhcr cure dandruff and baldness or
at will not cost the user anything.
That's n pretty broad statement, but
?arc will back It and prove It with our
own money. We will return your
woney If you do not find that Rex all
?"92" Hair Tonic Is an entirely satis
factory remedy that will promote hair
?growth and overcome scalp and hair
?nmWffl, that it will grow hair even
?m bald heads, unless all life in the
Mir roots has been extinguished, the
?follicles dosed and the scalp Is glaz
ed and shiny. It gets Its name from
?bc fact that It grew hair in 93 out of
v ?Od cases, where it received a thor
oughly hard, Impartial, and practical
We want you to try Rexall "93"
Hah- Tonic at our risk. You surely
cannot lose anything by doing so.
?wtills ytm have everything to gain.
Tow had better think this over, and
tCfccn come In and see us about this
ZShsr You will be well repaid for
?mnr visit to our store. Remember.
??m can get Rexall Remedies In this
emnuulty only at our store-The
Itexall Store. The Laurons Drug Co.,
3*3 Main stroet, Laurcr.s, 8. C.
LAN FORD NEWS.
Lanford, Nov. 20.?Miss Ktolia Lan
ford was in Woodruff Saturday shop
Mrs. J. D. Johnson is visiting in
Spartanburg. Miss Harvie Johnson
cnmo home from Spnrtanburg Satur
Mr. J. B. Harmon of Arcadia, S. C,
spent Sunday with his parents here.
Mr. Tom Hnruie and family have
gone to Florida for the winter.
Prof. I). ,B Alexander spent the
week-' ml with his parents at Wood
Mrs. Minnie Willis attended the
Woman's Missionary Union at Ander
son, last week.
Mrs. Allen spent several days in
1.aureus last week.
Miss Flossie Lanford and Miss 131
lie Franks visited in Lanford recently.
Mrs. Minnie Willis and Miss Elite
Franks spent Sunday at Ora.
Mrs. Lena Moore and Mrs. Ophelia
Fowler spent Saturday in Woodruff.
Miss Robin Patterson is on the sick
list this week.
Miss Minnie Lanford was in Lau
rens on business last week.
Mr. Jim Owin^s of Knoree was in
Mr. J. I). Godfrey was in Laurens
Misses Robin Patterson and Carrie
Lou Hlggins visited in Woodruff re
Miss Louise Laylon of Woodruff
spent Saturday a; Mr. .1. S. Hlggins.
Mr. F. M. Smith of Phlte Pine. Ten
nessee was in Lanford recently, stop
ping with Capt. J. W. Lanford while
A Father's Vengeance.
would have fallen on any one who at
tacked the son of Peter Bondy, of
South Rockwood. Mich., but he was
powerless before attacks of Kidney
trouble. "Doctors could not help him."
he wrote, "so at last we gave him Elec
tric Hitters and he improved wonder
fully from taking six bottles. Its the
best Kidney medicine 1 ever saw."
Uackache, Tired feeling. Nervousness,
Loss of Appetite, warn of Kidney trou
ble that may end In dropsy, diabetes
or Plight's disease. Beware: Take
Electric Ritters and be safe. Every
bottle guaranteed. 60c at Laurens
Drug Co., Palmetto Drug Co.
Commends Count) Press.
Editor of The Advertiser: ?
It is extremely gratifying to see the "
tone of our county press on the earn- .
Ival. If this monstrosity has one re
deeming feature to recommend it to
a decent virtuous people, we have
never heard Of it. Then tendency of ',
the whole thing Is only evil continual
There is enough civic virtue in this ,
community, If it will simply assert It- \
self, to render it impossible for such
an abomination to ever fasten Itself
upon this people again.
In the World Growing Hefter.'
Many thinns go to prove that it is.
The way thousands are trying to help
Others is proof. Among them is Mrs.
W. W. Could, of Pittsfleld. N. H. Find
ing good health by taking Klectric
Hitters, she now advises other suf
ferers, everywhere to take them.
"For years I suffered with stomach
and kidney trouble" she writes. "Ev
ery medicine I used failed till 1 took
Electric Hitters. Hut this great rem
edy helped me wonderfully. They'll
help any woman. They're the best
tonic ami finest liver and kidney rem
edy that's made. Try them. You'll see
50c at I.aureus Drug Co. and Palmetto
In the delicate task of fitting
eyeglasses only absolutely per
fect work should be acceptable?
that is why your eyes should be
fitted by US.
Ill-fitting glasses often seem
excellent at first but their con
tinued use works untold harm to
the eyes by distorting and strain
ing the susceptible nerves and
muscles?avoid ?uch glasses by
having your eyes fitted scienti
fically by one who is fully quali
fied for the work.
Our prices are the lowest at
which perfect work is *o be had.
Laurens, South Carolina
CopyiitM 1'09, by C. E. Zimmerman C0.--S0. 55
I^^pkf-X/l^aflafl \r Has something to be thankful
CVCI y \\J\J%\y for, and we are going to add to
other blessings choice lines of the most splendid linens
for the home and the advanced winter styles in our various departments
at prices that will fairly make you bubble with happiness.
This store is going after your patronage as usual on the broad
platform of just a little bit more of dependable merchandise at a
little Less Price than any other concern will give.
Cold weather has at last arrived and naturally
every one will have to change the weight of their
wearing apparel. We have arranged to meet the
present price of cotton this season with your win
Isn't it about time to begin thinking of Thanks
giving Table Linen? I feel sure I can save you
money on this class of goods.
Our 1 ine of "May Mantons" Shoe is complete.
We can furnish footwear for all occasions, Also,
Men's and Boy's Fine and Heavy Shoes.
Always call to see us when you are in town,
we are glad to have you whether you buy or not.
Laurens, S. C
those who regularly deposit in the bank a part
of their income and save enough to buy a
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
We pay liberal interest consistent with safety.
Laurens, S. C.
N. B. Dial, President C. H. Roper, Cashier
Local Dealer or
Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia, Penn.
State of South Carolina,
County of Liuirons,
in Court of Common I'lens.
Mrs. Bffio M. Hurns. individually, and
as Administratrix of the Roods, chat
tels, rights and credits of B. C.
Bums, deceased, Alma Ij. Workman.
Ollie R. Coleman and Lillian O.l
K. 1). Kugene Burns and Don (1.;
Pursuant to a decree of Court In the
above stated case. I will sell at public
outcry to the highest hidden', at Lau
rens C. H. S. C, on Salesday in Decem
ber, 1911, next, being Monday the Ith
day of the month, durin** the legal
bourse for such sales, the following
described property to wit:
Tract No. I?.?The Simpson place,
containing three hundred and fifty
acres, more or less, and bounded on
the north by LaFayette Henderson, on
the east by did Hellams, on the South
by Mrs. Margaret Dial and Mrs. J. H.
Cannon and on the west by Tom Hen
This tract will be cut up into two
or more tracts before sale and sold
Tract No. 4.?A part of the old Burns
place, containing eighty-five acres,
more or less, and bounded on tin* north
by Willis Hums, on the east by Clem
mle Qarrett, on the South by estate
of It. C. Bums, deceased and on the
west by Mrs. Ruth Robertson.
Tract No. a part of the old Burns
placo, containing sixty-five (05' acres,
more or less, and bounded on the north
by estate of P. C. Burns, deceased, on 1
Hi east by Fannie Wolfe, on the south
by It. H. Hudgens and on the west
by .1. H. Powers.
Tract No. <!?A part of the old Hums
place, containing seventy-two acres,
more or less, and bounded on the north
by l.ee Bums, on the east by Louis
Bums, on the South by It. H. Hudgens
and on the west by estate of P. C.
Tract No. 7.?Amelia Shookloy place,
containing sixty-four acres, more or
less, and hounded on the north by
John OwingS, on the east by estate of
P. C. Hurns, deceased, on the south
by R. A. Cooper and on the west by
W. H. Putnam.
Tract No. 8.?Wlster Owlngs place,
containing thirty-seven (37) acres
more or less, and bounded on the
north by Wash (Jarrett, on the east by
Willis Burns, on the South by Will
Hurns and on the west by Mrs. Car
No. 9.?Thirty-one (31) lots of land.
In the City of Laurens and County and
State aforesaid, being known as lots
Nos. 19 Block "A": 35, 36, 37, 38, 40,
41, 42, in Block "D"; 10. 12, 14, 16, 18,
20 Block "B"; r?r?, 56. 57, 58, bS, ?0,
61. 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54
in Block "V"- on Plat of subdivision
of South Harper Street, Extension
made by W. D. Neves, May 10th, 1910.
No. 10.?Thifty-two (32) lots of land
In the City of Laurens, County and
State aforesaid, being known as lots
Nos. 43, 45, 47. 49, 69, 71. 73, 75, 77.
78, 79. 80. 81, 95 in Block "K" and 68.
70, 72, 74. 76, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86. 87 and
83 In Block "O", being all the lots In
said block] Also, lots 89. 90, 01, 92,
9?, 94 In Block "H", being all the lots
In Block "H", on plat of subdivision
of South Harper Street Bxtens'on,
made by W. D. Noves, May 10, 1910.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash, bal
ance to be paid twelve months from
date of sale, the credit portion to be
paid twelve mouths from du to of sa'o,
the cedit portion to bo secured by
bond t.nd mortgage of tho puivbyyer
over the said premises, hearing legal
Into.*est from date, wi i: leave to pur
chaser to pay Ids eiltlro bid in rash.
i Purchaser to pay for papers. If the
terms of Bale are not. compiled with,
' the land to be resold on bUPie or some
subsequent Snlesday on same iorr.?s,
at risk of former purchaser.
JOHN F. BOLT.
C. C. C. P. & 0. S., Laurens, S. 0.
Dated, tbis Nov. 14, 191 I. 16-3t
Valuable Lands for Sale.
The undersigned as Executors of,
and under and by virtue of the au
thority and power conferred on them,
in the last will of Ann E. Rice, de
ceased, will sell on .Monday December
4, l!)ll at twelve o'clock, m. (12m.)
before the Court House door at Laur
ens, S. C, at public auction, upon the
following terms, one third cash, the
balance on a credit of one and two
I years, payable In equal annual install
ments with eight per cent interest on
each installment from day of sale,
secured by bond of the purchasers and
mortgages of the premises, purchasers
to pay for papers and recording; and
the bonds to" provide for ten per cent
attorneys fee in cast; of suit or fore
closure, or collection by an attorney
al ter due; and the purchaser to'have
the option of paying all cash, the fol
lowing tracts of land in Laurens coun
1. The Metis Place. Eighteen hun
dred acres, more or less In Jacks town
ship hounded on north by Enoree Riv
er and on west by lands of Jones and
Copelnnd, on cast by lands of Briggs
and Garret, on south by the public, road
2. Rniley tract containing seven
hundred and thirty-four acres, more
or less, in .lacks township; bounded
on the east by lOnoree River, on the
south by lands of W. E. Thomson, on
the north by Metis place. This being
upper half of Thomson Railey tract.
W. K. Thomson owns lower part.
P. M. Parr.
Citation for Letters of Administration.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
By O. G. Thompson. Probate Judge:
Whereas, L, P. Abercromble made
suit to me to grant him Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and ef
fects of A. B. Rolt.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singluar the kindred
and creditors of the said A. B. Bolt,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, In the Court of Probate, to
bo held at Laurens C. H., S. (}?? ??
the f>th day of December, 1911 next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock
In the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said Administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 18th day
of November, Anno Domini 1911.
O. G. Thompson.
17-2t Probnte Judge.
We have Just recolved two car loads
of Chairs and Rockers, and they nro
priced to save you money.
8. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.