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A Woman of
Never discontinues trading at a store
as long as she is given satisfactory
goods and service. These two items are
our strong points.
:: Best Goods
: Best Service
Are ever in our minds with our custo
mers. We appreciate the business of
the customers we have and have room
for some new ones.
J. C. HENDERSON, Manager
Are the best to be found
in the city. Special attention
given to orders for Ice Cream any
flavor made on short notice.
Laurens, S. C.
We Will Call on You
For that Coal Order on or
about the 15th.
MOW: ABOUT A. T. DWYKH.
Said to Have Joined the Mormon
Church?Man Who Created n stir
For More Than a Year.
Many of the people of thie SOCtiOU
will recall the Rev. A. T. Dwyer, who
operated In this section for more than
a year, and who left the Flat Hock
section last summer.
Information comes from an Ander
son gentleman, who states that a Salt
Lake paper is on file in the public 11
j brary at Fountain Inn in Greenville
county, and that the paper contains an
account of Dwyer joining the Mormon
church. This Is not surprising to
many people, as Dwyer had changed
his church afliliations quite a number
of times previously. He claimed
originally to have been a Catholic
priest, (though the Catholics deny
this,) and In sermons, lectures, etc.,
he bitterly denounced that church. The
Catholics came back at hlin nnd print
ed a whole lot of things, with affida
vits attached, about Dwyer which were
anything but complimentary. Most of
this controversy was printed In the
columns of The Dally Mall.
For some months before leaving this
section Dwyer operated mostly In the
southern section of this county, In Ab
beville and other counties. He lec
tured and showed moving pictures to
both whites and blacks. He had many
friends who strongly believed In him
and many more who looked upon him
as an adventurer.
Dwyer had joined the Baptist church
before coming to Anderson, and just
before he left he made application to
Cross Roads church at Starr to grant
him a license to preach. The officials
j of that church were making an investi
gation of the matter when Dwyer left
Dwyer had been preaching and lec
turing a god deal to the negroes, and
many of the whites resented this,
.lust beforo leaving Dwyer had an
nounced that he would address the ne
groes at Mt. Moriah church, live miles
below the city, and on the night in
question a number of whites gathered
at a point along the route with some
hickory switches in their hands.
Dwyer got wind of this, and did not
show up at the colored church. Mo
left a few days afterwards.
While in that section Dwyer made
his home at Mrs. .las. Long's and a
considerable amount of his belongings
are still there.?-Anderson Daily Mall,
A sprained ankle may as a rule be
cured in from three to four days by
applying Chamberlain s Liniment ami
observing the directions with each bot
tle. For sale by all dealers.
KILL Tili: BUGS.
Tobacco has been tabooed, preached
and talked against. Even our good
women have been dlsquested with this
bad and useless habit, of their hus
bands, spitting nmbeer over the floors
Now for a good word for the weed!
I was passing Mrs. .1 ones' Irish po
tato patch and saw she had the fin
est ones that I had seen this year.
I saw no bugs on the vines and asked
how she kept them off. "I take a pep
per box and 1111 It with snuff, and go
out in the morning, while tho dew is
on the vines and sprinkle It over them"
I oxamlned the vines closely and found
no bugs on them.
Mr? Davis told me that he sifted
snuff over his cabbage when the worms
were eating them up, and ll surely
killed them. My wife, when she sets
a hen. sprinkles snuff on the n< st to
keep off the mites.
vv. i> s.
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" I am \6 year* old. Fof eighteen years I suf
fered from Dyspepsia, and eiperlencrd all the
distressing symptom! associated with that terrible
disease. I consulted a number of physicians and
was treated for eight months by an eminent for.
eljfn specialist. Temporary: relief w?? all I re
ceived. My pastor Insisted on my trying your
Mypepsla Remedy. That was ten months ago.
1 nave not bad any trouble with my stomach tor
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Trial else, 35?.? larger sises, SOo. end 31.
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I.anreas. S. C.
* SUNDAY SCHOOL QUESTIONS. *
(Convrleht. 1910. by Rev. T. S. Lin
scott, D. D )
The Penitent Woman. Luke vll:36-50
?o'den Text?Faithful is the saving
und worthy of all acce|)tation that
Christ Jesus came into the world to
save sinners. 1 Tim. 1:16.
(1.) Verse 36?What are the advan
tages or disadvantages of a generous
(2.) What was the attitude or posi
tion of the guests when partaking of
a meal ?
(3.) Verae 37-38?This was or had
been a woman of III fame. Would you
say that she had been converted by
Jesus before this, or was this her first
approach to him?
(4.) How would such a woman ob
tain entrance to this Pharisee's house?
(5.) What did anointing tho feot of
another Indicate In those days?
(6.) What prompted this woman to
lavish such costly ointment upon Je
? (7.) Would you say, and whj, that)
this woman after being forgiven was
just as pure and holy us If she had
never hern such a sinnerf (This is
one of the questions which may be
answered In writing by members of
(8.) What, if any, evidence is there
that such women are being or may be
as thoroughly saved today?
(9.) Verse 39.?If a like woman today
with a similar spiritual experience
should show similar affection toward
I an evangelist who bad been the means
' of her conversion. What would be
thought ol it ?
(10.) Mow much can you blame this
Pharisee for having doubtful thoughts
of Jesus for allowing a woman of ill
lame to kiss; his feet?
(11.) What, If any. rer.oor. Is there
to suppose that If n virtuous woman
had been com? rtod by Jesus that she
would have publicly manifested her
love in a similar way?
(12.1 Verse 40-43?What are the rea
sons for supposing that, as a general
1 rule, tho greatest sinners when con
verted become the grentcsl saints?
(13.) Which ban the greatest enpne
I Ity for loving God, n virtuous woman
I who becomes a Christian or a thor
oughly converted fallen woman?
ill.I Is it or not, and why. a gener
al rule thill those who have been for
given most love most ?
(15.) On what Conditions will God
forgive one who is a very .meat sin
ner: also one who is an ordinary re
(16.) Verses 44-16?Which are the
more loving, generous, and hospitable,
those whose hearts are warm with tho
love of Jesus or other Christians of
cooler temperament? Give your rea
(17.) Verse 47-48 ? If a person loves
Jesus, is that alone a guarantee that
his sins are forgiven? Why?
( IS.i Does Jesus mean that people
love in proportion to the greatness of
their sins, or what does he mean?
(19.) oVrses 49-50?Can you wonder
at the surprise they expressed at a
man forgiving sins, and what is the
answer to their objection?
Lesson for Sunday, June 30, 1912.
Bible Question Club
I have read the Suggest Ivo Ques
tions on the Sunday School Lesson
published in The Advertiser, a'.so
I esson Itself for Sunday
(Date) the series of ;">2.
Your Questions Answered.
If you would like to have answered
any particular question each or any
week from "The Suggestive Questions
on the Sunday School Lesson" by Rev.
Dr. I.itiBcott, send in your request to
this oflicc, giving the date of the les
son and the number of the question
you wish, answered. You may select
anV question except tho one Indicat
ed thftt "It may be answered in writ
ing by members of tho club."' Dr.
Llii8cott will answer tho questions
either in those columns or by mail
through this office. Don't forget to
state what benefit these "Suggestive
Questions" are to you. Give your full
name and addresa. Send your letters
to "The Question Editor of The Ad
vertlitr, Laurens, 3. C."
Ends Hunt for Rich Girl.
Often tho hunt for a rich wife ends
when the man meets a woman that us
es Klectrlc Hitters. Her strong nerves
tell In a bright brain and even tem
per. Her peach-blossom complexion
and ruby Hps result from her pure
blood; her brlKht eye? from restful
sleep; her elastic step from firm, free
muslCR, all telling of the health and
strength Electric Bitters give a woman
and the freedom from indigestion,
backache, headache, fainting and diz
zy spells they promote. Everywhere
they are women's favorite remedy. If
weak or ailing try them. f>0c at lau
rens Drug Co. and aPlmetto Drug Co.
See us for extra fruit Jar rubbers
8. M. ft R. H. Wllkea ft Co.
[tVI*OLLIN G ST?TV
I WHY'BEAr ANT? \\
Buy A Home With Rent Money!
The average ienter pays for his place every eight years
but the land lord still owns it. Why Pay Reut?
YOU PAY AS RENT
iff-*" 178 Acres near Mt. Olivo dutch. Cheap and on oasy terms.
One-half interest kt o:ie of the littest lime quarries In the South.
Four miles of Ware Shoals. Cheap on easy terms.
At $120.00 per year in 10 years. . $1,581.08
At $120.00 per year in 25 years. $0,58:1.72
At $240.00 per year in 10 years_. $3,163.36
At $240.00 per year in 26 years. 18,107.48
We will cut any of the following into such si/.c tracts
as yon desire. We buy at wholesale and retail land out
to suit the small buyer :
Splendid farm and ginnery at F.kom. containing B'O acres, and
good dwelling, outhouses, olo., 20hor.se entrinn and 40-horsc boiler, two 00
saw gin, all in good shape oil easy terms or all cash.
About 100 Acres near Watts Mill, known as Ihe Badgett Land.
552 Acres located near Hoody Uivor Power Company, on Reedy
River, and known as Iho Dorroh Place. Price, $12.50 to $20.00 por
acre, depending on number of acres ami location.
'200 acres three miles east of I.aureus. High slate cultivation.
28 acres at Anil's cross roads, cheap for quick sale.
10 acres near Watts Mills, all Improved, for $1,.">???*, half cash.
105 acres, a pan of J. X. Clardy tract. $8.00 per acre, to-i the bar
Several houses and lots near Walls Mill.
01? acres near Ora. level and good improved land, $."ib per acre,
?100 acres near Stomp Springs. $11.50 per acre.
We also have for s:ile (thouI Twontydwo Acres of land within the
corporate hunts of Ihe Cllv <>f I.aureus, known as ?,rays Hill, which
we will sei! in small building lots, at reasonable prices. A gootl many
of liest? lots have cottages on ihom.
Remember thai we cut off any number of acres de
sired by purchaser and give any reasonable time in which
to pay. We waul lo make it possible for every while
farmer in I.aureus County to own his home.
Laurens Trust Company
R. A. Coopkr, President. C. W. Tu.\k, Sec. & Treas.
Anderson A Itlnkclcy, Managers Real Estate Sales.
W. G. WILSON & CO.
Are showing special value in White
dotted Dress Swiss from 10 to 25c the yd
Broken Checks in nice Sheer Goods
only 10 cts a yard.
A full line White Dimity Checks
from lOcts to 15cts.
Linene and Linen finished Lawns
Wash Silks in the most desirable
Shirting Percales and Hadras
Cloth fast colors.
A complete line of Silk and Silk
Embroideries in all widths and
W. G. WILSON & CO.
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Laurens, S. C.
C211 MANUFACTURING ENG RAVEF^S
Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality.