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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. A. C. Todd will go to Green
ville today on business.
Mr. T. C. Turner, of Greenwood, was
a visitor In the city Monday.
?Mr. J. B. Davis, of Sullivans town
ship, was a visitor in the city Satur
Mr. Smith Martin, of Youngs town
ship, was a visitor in the city yes
Rev. Mr. Clyde, of Baslcy, has been
spending several days in the city on
Mr. David Copeland, of Jacks town
ship, and his little son, were visitors in
the city yosterday.
Mrs. B. C. Watson, of Simpsonville,
spent several days in the city last
week shopping and visiting friends.
Mr. Ambrose Hudgens has accepted
a position with Brooks & Jones, where
he will be glad to see his friends.
Miss Claudio Moore, of Laurens, was
the guest of her cousin Miss Belle
Martin Saturday and Sunday near
B. A. Sullivan, a graduate of South
Carolina Military Academy, goes to
Crocktetville as principal.?'Southern
Mr. and Mrs. James Swltzer and
children, of Woodruff, after spending
several days in the city have returned
to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Miller and chil
dren went to Woodruff by automobile
Sunday where they spent the day with
Mrs. J. T. Jones.
Mrs. S. R. Nlckles, who is attenidng
the missionary convention in Orange
burg, was Monday elected to the ofllee
of supervisor of supplies
Mr. Marvin Medlock, who has been
working for J. M. Phil pot & Co., has
accepted a position with the Metropol
itan Life Insurance Company.
Mrs. O. Penningtou and Mrs. Mary
Lamb, of Columbia, and Miss Bottle
Bradley, of Newberry, arrived in the
city yesterday to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Duvall and lit
tle son, James, of Greenwood, spent
the week-end with the latter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Whit Martin
Mrs. J. T. Garrett, of Waterloo, has
been brought to the county hospital
for treatment. Although she is quite
sick it is hoped that she will be out
of danger in a few days.
Ninety Six will have B. P. Ezell as
superintendent. Mr. Ezell has been
principal of the Laurens graded school
under B. L. Jones, one of the most
competent men in the state.?South
ern School News.
Mrs. W. H. Washington, who was
operated on at the county hospital
several days ago, Is getting along as
well as could be expected. The opera
tion was very successful and her
friends eonfldentlly anticipate an early
Mrs James W. Dunklin daintily en
tertained the Forty Two Club Thurs
day afternoon. Upon entering. the
guests were llrst ushered Into the din
ing room where Misses Rosalie Franks,
Sadie Sullivan and Susje Gray served
a delightful fruit punch. After a num
ber of games were player, a delicious
ice course was served.
Mrs. H. K. Alken delightfully enter
tained the Social Club Thursday after
noon at her beautiful home on West
Main street. The game of "42" was
played by the guests, a most enjoya
ble afternoon being spent. A de'icious
ice course with coffee was served. Mrs.
Alken was assisted by Mrs. J. H. Tea
gue and Mrs. E. H. Wilkes.
licverett Furniture Company Adds new
Department to Their Store.
The Leverett Furniture Co., has
added an undertaking and embalming
department to their furniture store.
This department of the business will
be under the management and super
vision of Mr. A. D. Cannon, who is a
graduate of the Augusta School of
Embalming and who has had four
years of practical experience 1- this
line of business.
ASK YOUR DRUG
GIST ABOUT IT
There is a New Remedy that Take,s the
Place of Calomel. Recommended and
Guaranteed by the Druggists.
Tins Lumens Drug o. never so..' .1
r? medy tha; gf.ve more complete sv
intact ion than Dodson's Liver Tone?
a mild vegetable remedy for consti
pation, bout stomach and lazy liver.
Folks who have suffered for years
rather than resort to dangerous cal
omel have found after one trial that
this pleasant-tasting vegetable liquid
gives them a long sought relief with
out bad after-effects.
Dodson's Liver Tone is guaranteed
by Laurens Drug Co., to be a safe
liver stimulant and to be absolutely
harmless?without bad after-effects.
You will find many persons in this
locality iwho have tried it and every
user will 'speak a good word for Dod
son's Liver Tone. It livens up a tor
pld llvtjr and makes you feel fresh,
healthy and clean.
The price of a large bottle Is r>0
cents?money back if not pleased. The
success of Dodson's Liver Tone lias
brought many medicines into the Held
that imltnte its claims, and some have
name very similar and package same
color, but remember Dodson's Liver
Tone is guaranteed by Laurens Drug
CO. who will give you back your
money if you want It.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina, ?
County of Laurens.
Notice is hereby given that the Gen
eral Election for President!?' and
Vice-Presidential Electors and Repre
sentatives in Congress will be held
at the voting precincts fixed by law
in the County of Laurens on Tuesday,
November 5, 1912. said day being
Tuesday following the first Monday,
as prescribed by the State Constitu
The qualifications for suffrage are
Residence in State for two years,
in the County one year, in the polling
precinct In which the elector offers
to vote, four months, and the payment
six months before any election of any
poll tax then due and payable. Pro
vided, That ministers In charge of an
organized church and teachers of pub
lic schools shall be entitled to vote af
ter six month's residence In the State,
Registration?Payment of all taxes
including poll tax, assessed and col
lectible during the previous year. The
production of a certificate or the re
ceipt of the officer authorized to col
lect such taxes shall be conclusive j
proof of the payment thereof.
Before the hour fixed for opening the |
polls Managers and Clerks must take
and subscribe to the Constitutional
oath. The Chairman of the Hoard of
Managers can administer the oath to
the other Managers and to the Clerk;
a Notary Public must administer the
oath to Chairman. The Managers
elect their Chairman and Clerk.
Polls at eacli voting place must be
opened at 7 o'clock a. m., and close
at 4 o'clock p. in., except in the City
of Charleston, where they shall be
opened at 7 a. m. and closed at 0 p. in.
The Managers have the power to fill
a vacancy; and if none of the Mana
gers attend, the citizens can appoint,
from among the qualified votets, the
Managers, who, after being sworn, can
conduct the election.
At the close of the election, the
Managers and Clerk must proceed pub
licly to open the ballot boxes and count
the ballots therein, and continue with
out adjournment until the same is
completed, and make a statement of
the result for each office, and sign the
same. Within three days thereafter,
the Chairman of the Board, or some
one designated by the board, must de
liver to the Commissioners of Election
the poll list, the boxes containing the
ballots and written statements of the
result of the election.
Managers of Election?The follow
ing Managers of Election have been
appointed to hold the election at the
various precincts in the said county:
Laurens?R. E. Babb, W. H. Gilker
son, Sr., J. A. P. Moore.
Watts Mill?H. B. O'Shields. I.. E.
Bishop, E. B. Templeton.
Laurens Mill -0. K. Tcn.u.'ci.ou, I.
.1. Glynn, W. C. Blakely.
Goldville?Mack Plnson, lohn Bol
ton. Tom Brock.
Ilopewrll?(I. ('. Hopkins, Tom Hen
derson, Hayne Workman.
Clinton?R. P. Adair. R. J. Copeland,
I W. L. Ferguson.
Clinton Mill?.1. C. Templeton. S. T.
Bailev, .1. K. Templeton.
Lydia Mill ? T. R. Cox. W. N. Black
well, ('. t'. Snellgrove.
Mountvllle?W. P. Adair. Dick Boyd,
J. C. Cluck.
Power Shop?.1. T. Stoddard, II. .1. G.
Curry, R. C. Owlngs.
Dials Church? S. L. Owlngs. w.
Curry, Hamp Robertson.
Cray Court?A. O. Stoddard, L. A.
Wilson, I). L. Brooks.
Shllob?J. H. Abercromble, L. D.
Hellams. .1. F. Gray.
Woodvllle?M. W. Cray, I.. A. Arm
strong. J. E. Wham.
Tumhlln Shoals?-W. E. Wilson, it.
O. Sullivan, J. N. Cheek.
Princeton?W. I. Freeman, J, L, Bag
well, E. B. Gambrel
Brewerton?T. T. Wood, J. H. Wood.
W. L. Walker.
Ekom?M E. McDaniel, Sr., H. H.
Plnson. J. Wallace Codfrey.
DanBel's Store?W. L. Cooper, .1.
P. Jones, J. E. Martin.
Tip Top-?J. W. Sims, E. H. Ander
son, W. A. Anderson.
Waterloo?W. II. Culbertson, T. J.
Coleman, J. M. Pierce.
Mount Pleasant?G M. Moore. W. W.
Fowler. Mose Madden.
Pleasant Mound?William Hunter, .1.
A. Putnam, Ceo. Little.
Lanford?T. A. Drummond, E. II.
Moore, ('. I). Cox.
Cross Hill?E. L. Wells, Willie Lea
nun, Hugh Plnson.
Renno?P. H. Copeland, With row
Weir, J. M. Copeland.
Ora?W. M. Bryson, L. P. Blakely.
w. io. McCllntock.
Langston Church?C. P. Robertson,
E L. Bennett, S. J. Todd.
The Managers at each precinct nam
ed above are requested to delegate one
of their number to secure the boxes
and blanks for the election from W.
T. Crews, clerk, Laurena, S. C, on or
after Friday, November 1.
J. C. McMillan,
E. Y. McQuown,
J. E. Ledford,
Commissioners of Federal Election
for Laurens County S. C.
October 15, i91?,
Under and by virtue of the authori
ty vested In us as executors of tho
last will and testament of JameT
Wham, deceased, we will soil at pub
lic outcry, at Laurens Court House,
South Carolina, on salesday In No
vember, next, being the fourth day
of the month, during the legal hours of
sale, all that tract, piece or parcel
of land lying, being and situate In the
County of Laurens, in the State of
South Carolina containing one hun
dred ninety four and ono-half (194 1-2)
acres, more or less, boundedo on tho
north by lands of Otenn A. Fuller, on
the East by lands cf Carl Fuller, on
the South by lands of Dr. A. C. Fuller
and on the west by lands of Harley
Franks and other*, being known as
the homo place of the late James
Wham, deceased. Terms oi sule cash,
The purchaser to pay for papers.
Dated the 12th day of October, A. I)
(Signed) Oeoree Wham.
Walter T. Mnhaffey.
Executors of the last will and tOStn
ment of James Wham. deeen?od
Eden. Oct. 12.?The fanners are very
busy now sowing oats and gathering
Dr. J. W. Heason's mother and fath
er, of Woodruff, spent several days last
week with him,
Mr. C. V. Hipp spent Saturday and
Sunday in Mountville.
Miss Sue Gray is visiting Mrs. F. A.
Armstrong of Laureus this week.
Miss Vivian Owens was the guest of
Mrs. J. W. Beasou Saturday night.
Mr. M. W. Gray was in Laurens
Thursday on business.
Mrs. C. V. Hipp and Mrs. Emma
Reeves spent Monday with Mr. Joe
Wham and family.
Mr. W. W. Culbcrtson of Bradley,
is desperately 111. Mr. Culbertson
has been sick for several months.?
Greenwood Daily Journal. Mr. Cul
bertson is a native of this county, be
ing related to the Culbertson family in
Waterloo and elsewhere.
THE VERY HEST LAUNDRESS
seldom makes a success of It when
It comes to handling men's shirts,
collars and cuffs. She doesn't seem
to get the knack of doing them prop
erly however often she may try. We
have the knack. Send us your linen
and see what a fine finish we put on,
and how spotlessly white we make it.
Send it this week.
LAURENS STEAM LAUNDRY.
Doctors Use This lor Eczema
Dr. Evans. Ex-Commlssloner of Health.
?ay?: "There 1? almost no rotation be
tween akin dlacnaes and the blooit." Tho
?kin imiat be cured through tlio akin.
The. serins must bo washed out, and .ho
aalvca have Iouk ftBO b*en found worth
Jess. Tho moat advanced physicians of
this country are now agreed on thlo, and
are prescribing a wash of Wlntergreen,
thymol and other Ingredients for oosemn
and all other akin diseases, 'Phis com
pound la known ua D.D.1J. Prescription
l>r. Holme?, the well known skin spe
cialist writes: "1 am convinced that the
P.I).I). Prescription Is as much a specific
for eczema as quinine for malaria. I
have been prescribing the D.D.D. remedy
for years." it will take oway the itch
tho instant you apply it.
In fact, we are so sure of what P.D.H.
will do for you that wo will bo i.'lad
to let you have a $1 bottle on our guar
antee that It will C08t yOU nothing IM?
less you Und that it does tho work.
Laurens Drug; Company, Laurens, S. C.
TO THE LADIES
Having purchased a nice new Automobile, I am
now prepared to give attention to pleasure trips and
parties. I am ready at all times to carry parties
over the city or out of the city.
J. C. SHEPARD
? Day Phones 67 atul 102 Night Phone 91
COUPLED WITH THE SMARTEST STYLES YOU EVER SAW
ANYWHERE FILL THE SWITZER STORE
These stunning new full styles are very beautiful, more bountiful than anything produced for many seasons; yet there,
is scarcely a single offering in this wealth of new stocks thai ?1 ?es not shi.no even greater on the score of value than on style
It is not difficult to* sec lire high fashion at high cost ; but to fill a store with (he very (inest fashions at such remarkably low
figures as you will find here is. we believe, a distinct aehievetnenl ami presents a pleasing rendition you w ill not find dup
licated at any other Laurens shopping establishment. There in a word, are the vital reasons why you will find it most
deeply to your interest to do all your Fall shopping at Switzers.
Dry Goods Department.
54-inch Suiting, brown, red. navy, only .
30- inch Corduroy, brown, garnett and green, only
31- inch Silk Corduroy, all the new shades.
30-inch Whip Cord Serge.
36-inch Panama, all shades.25c
Wash Goods Department!
36-inch White Linen Round Thread .25c
27-inch Cotton Corduroy, tan, blue and brown .25c
27-inch Cotton Serge, Satine stripe.25c
121-2c Gingham, short lengths.10c
36-inch I'ercal, only.10c
121-2c Flannelette, now.10c
12 l-2r 1921 Outing, now.10c
Ladies' all wool Serge Suit, satine lined.$10.00
f)4-inch Black Broadcloth Coat.$10.00
45-inch (The new Johnnie Coat) .$10.00
All wool Serge Skirt .$5.00
New Satine Waist, with the collar.$3.50
Misses and Childrens Coats from.$2.00 to $7.50
Extra Long Corset.50c
lfi button long Kid Gloves.$1.00
Children's Union Suits.25c
Ladies' Cnion Suits.50c
Indies' bleached rib Vest.25c
Ladies' all wool Vest.$1.00
15c Towel, special.10c
18 button tan and gun metal
16 button velvet and patent . . .
16 button patent and gun metal
1 fi but ton tan anil gun metal . .
1 Ii button patent and viei . . .
14 button tan and gun metal
14 button viei and gun metal ..
Tan enlf, button I l?ark Toe) .$4.00
(inn metal button (Vogue Toe).$4.00
Viei button. (Stub Toe) .$4.00
Gun metal button.i.$3.50
(inn metal ami tan button.$3.00
Tan ami gun metal button.$2.50
Tan and gun metal button. '2 1-2 to 5.$2 50
Patent, gun metal, tan and viei button 12 to 2 . .$1.50 to $2.00
Viei, tan. white, gun metal and patent, 8 to 11 . . $1~"? to $1*75
Baby's.25c. 50c. 65c and 75c
Tan button and gun metal button .$3.00
Viei, tan and gun metal button .$2.50
Gun metal and viei.$2.00
Little Gents.$1.00 to $1.50
The proof of your saving is in a comparison of our Goods
and Prices. Investigate?
LAURENS, S. C.