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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
ol. J. H. Wharton, of Waterloo, speut
aturday In the city.
Mrs. W. E. Lucas visited friends in
reenvllle several days of last week.
Mr. J. W. Nelson from Route 3 was
mong the visitors In the city ycster
Mr. W. R. Rlchey, Sr., went to Co
umbla yesterday on professional bus
Mr. Ernest Eaaterby left Monday for
lorence where he has gone on busi
Mr. W. P. Hudgens was confined to
is home with sickness for a few days
Miss Kate Wright visited relatives
In Woodruff last week, returning home
Miss Josephine Fuller, after a very
pleasant visit to Jacksonville, Fla.,
has returned home.
Representative Geo. A. Browning,:
Jr., spent the latter part of the week
in the city on business.
Mrs. E. J. Gage, of Chester, spent
the early part of the week in the city
with relatives and friends.
Mrs. T. D. Darlington will leave for
Charleston today to spend several
weeks with Col. Darlington.
Mrs. J. J. PIUSS is spending the
week with friends in Columbia and
attending the National Corn show.
Sen. O. P. Goodwin and Representa
tives Irby and Rlackwell spent the
week-end holidays with their relatives.
Mr. T. A. Cowan, of Jefferson City.
Term., has been In the city several
days on business with Counts &
Mrs. R. E. Sims, after spending sev
eral weeks with her mother. Mrs. J.
F. Burton, has returned to her home in
Miss Elizabeth Riehey, who has
been visiting Miss Annie Richey, will
return to her home in Abbeville
Mrs. C. C. Featherstone, of Green
wood, came over Sunday night to at
tend the funeral of the little child of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Watts.
Mr. T. H. Nelson, who Is now liv
ing in Etowah, Tenn., has been spend
ing a few days In the city visiting
old friends and attending to business
Mr. W. D. Byrd, president of the
South Carolina Live Stock associa
tion, is In Columbia, where he will
make his annual address before the
association this morning.
Misses Julia Irby, Janet Macfarlane
and Lai la May Dial spent Friday night
in Columbia, where they went to be
guests at the opening of the private
infirmary of Dr. w. B. Knowlton.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Wilkes left Fri
day for New York and other northern
cities. While away, Mr. Wilkes will
buy an extensive line of Imported ware
and other goods for S. M. & E. II.
Wilkes & Co.
Misses Blanche and Cleo Mc.Whorter
have returned to the Normal and Col
legiate Institute, Asheville, N. C., ?.
ter spending the holidays with their
aunt, Mrs. M. E. McDaniel. Their
cousin, Clyde McDaniel accompanied
hem as far as Spartanburg.
DODSON'S LIVER TONE.
It Is a Guaranteed Harmless Vegeta
ble Remedy that Regulates the Llv?
er Without Stopping Your Work or
A dose of calomel may knock you
oompletoly out for a day?sometimes
two or three days. Dodson's Liver
Tone relieves attacks of constipation
biliousness and lazy liver houdaehes,
and you stay on your feet.
Laurens Drug Co. sells Dodson's
Liver Tone and guarantees It to give
perfect satisfaction. ]f you buy a bot
tle of Dodson's Liver Tone nnd do
not find it the safest, most pleasant
and successful "liver remedy you ever
took, this store will give you hack the
F>0 cents you paid for it without a
This guarantee that a trustworthy
druggist is glad to give on Dodson's
Liver Tone is as safe and reliable as
the medicine and that is saying a lot.
W. 0. W. Meeting.
Laurens Camp No. 98 W. O. W. will
have a special meeting next Thurs
day night. Jan. 30th. We have one
candidate to take the degrees and there
will be some other business to come
before the camp. A full attendance
J. Lee Langston,
Dr. Win. Sadler, author of "The
Cause and Cure of Colds," says that
common colds should bo taken seri
ously, especially when they "hang
on." Foloy's Honey and Tar Com
pound is a rellablo household medi
cine for coughs and coldB, equally ef
fective for children and for grown per
persons. Take it when you feel a
cold coming on. It will avert danger
of serious results and cure quickly.
No harmful drugs.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, 8. C.
Meeting of Stocklioloers.
Tho annual meeting of the stock
bidders of the Merchants Building nnd
Ijoan Association will be held at the
Bank of Laurens Monday. Fob. 3rd, at
5 o'clock, p. m.
J. J. Adams, fV>c.
. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Company
Commencing Saturday, Feb. 1st, at 9 A. M.
Will Wage War on Out-of-Date Kitchens!
How the Club Will Modernize 15 Kitchens
The most important room in every well regulated
home, is the room where food is prepared?the kitchen.
It' there i* a place in your kitchen for everything, and
everything is kept in its place, the great danger from
your food coming in contact with germs of all kinds is
practically wiped out.
This store has waged war on out-of-date kitchens and
has prepared for your special benefit, a display of the
world famous Moosier Cabinets,?the cabinet that saves
miles of steps daily for the tired wife,?the cabinet that
enables you to prepare an entire meal while sitting down.
?the cabinet that is inseet-proof, mouse-proof and ab
The health of your entire family depends on good,
wholesome, clean, pure food, and the one equipment you
need to insure this safety, is a model, sanitary Iloosier
Cabinet. Now. above all times, is your opportunity to
have this great Iloosier Cabinet in the easy way of the
Iloosier Club Plan.
Here is the CLUB PLAN in a Nutshell
FIRST. S. M, & K. II. Wilkes & Co. lias been allotted
10 Iloosier Cabinets to be sold <>n special dub terms
at the national price fixed everywhere by the manu
facturers of Ibis FAMOUS Cabinet.
SKCOND The advantage of this club plan is to, give
you full benefit of the great cost saving I hat comes
from the enormous volume of Iloosier sales to the
thousands of women all over America, who. like the D>
members of S. M. & 15. II. Wilkes & Co's. olub are
enrolling (heir names at once.
THIRD Membership shall be limited to only 15 and
they shall be sold on special terms of $1.00 cash mem
bership fee, and $1.00 weekly dues.
FOURTH- -Cabinets will he delivered immediately on
payment of membership fee, to each member.
FIFTH?Those who want Iloosier Cabinets should en
roll their names at once to avoid disappointment when
the club is filled. Remember, this opportunity is (dos
ed when 15 members have joined.
Only You and 14 Other Women Can Join
FOR A SINGLE DOLLAR
SNAP SHOTS TAKEN FROM REAL LIFE
I'm so glnd to see you dear.
I've just received my new Iloos
ier. Sec when I pull out this
tahle it locks so I can actually
sit down at my work.
When the top is drawn out it
gives me even more room than
my old kitchen table, and do
you know, this tahle top Is pure
aluminum, It can't rust and
nothing sticks to it. it is flue
for kneading dough.
Now look at this sugar bin.
When I take out one scoopful
another Hows down?always
ready. See, just like this. Yes,
the scoop went with the cabi
The sugar bin is made of rust
proof metal and tills from tin
top hero. Yes, just like the flour
bin on the other side. The first
sugar in Is tho'flrst sugar out.
Here Is the dish cupboard.
You see, even while sitting 1 can
reach up to the highest shelf,
it. is a whole lot different than
walking back and forth for ev
erything, isn't it?
You have no idea the tilings I
can store away In here. Some
times I have as many as forty
packages on th
alone. It does
save inil<?.s of
Where did I buy my Iloosier? Why. at S. M. & E. IT. Wilkes & Co.. You
enn't buy them anywhere else in town, and do yon know, by joining the Iloosier
Club my Iloosier was delivered to me <>n payment of a single dollar; the bal
ance due on the cabinet I am paying at the rate of #1.00 a week. .lust think of
it?Of course von can, that is, if you join the club before it closes,
have to bur
time I did
See how easily I can take it
apart for <1< nning. simple, isn't
It? There is no place for dirt to
lodge anywhere. That is why
the Iloosier keeps so fresh and
olonn all the time. I can roll It
up to the window or onto the
porch if I like, and lot sunshine
Into every corner, The Iloosier
is the most sanitary cabinet
just a minute \vi ile I put on my
kiteben look snug and tidy svit.ll
?ry. for the club may be closed air
?Oh, I do hope we won 't be too
joined the Iloosier Club.)
Now see! Fivn seconds after
my work Is done, everything Is
shul in behind dust proof doors.
M> whole kitchen outfit Is put
UWfty oul of si^ht. My kitchen
lo dt's bo much honier and every
thing Is so much more easily
kepi clean. The cabinet dosed
takes less room man a kitchen
table. Yoh, it Is mud? of oak
and Ii guaranteed not to warp.
Oh, they last u lifetime,
lint find I will go down with yon.
the cabinet closed Y<-s. we shall
eady; two women joined the sumo
late ' A few minutes later Mrs.
Now 15 More Laurens Women Will Have Model Kitchens
Laurens Is fast becoming a city of Model Kitchens.
Scarcely a block but has a house with a Iloosier
"Save steps." You have a model kitchen complete
with the Iloosier Cabinet. Its compact arrangement
saves you time, labor and money, by saving steps.
You sit down to work at -your cabinet. You Ret
through quickly without being tired! The Iloosier
lasts a lifetime! Unlit of Oak! Finished to onduro
long, hard use. The helper you need and want! It
has no equal,
"A Model Kitchen" was the exclamation of an ex
perienced housekeeper the moniert she saw the
Hoosier in a friend's kitchen.
"I wouldn't trade mine for a hundred dollars,"
said another enthusiastic owner.
"My Silent Servant." writes another.
Praises everywhere are endless. 500,000 women
already uso Hoosier Cabinets every day, and the de
mand seems constantly greater.
Think how quickly in this community a handful
of 15 Hoosier Cabinets will bo selected for Immedlato
delivery on the great easy $1.00 a weok club plan!
Think how much more attractive your kitchen would
be if you should Join this club of model housekeep
ers and merely by paying $1.00 begin saving miles
of steps in your own home.
LEAVE THE DRUDGE TRAIL,
M. & B. H. Wilkes will put this "Silent Ser
in your home. .loin the lucky 16. You ccono
timo and labor; It makes your work scientific,
, TWO or THRICE hours extra leisure dally for
M. & 10. H. Wilkes & Co. has made this club
so liberal that every housekeeper should own
a Hoosier Cabinet. Scores will enroll Immediately,
Membership will be taken so rapidly that it is dif
ficult to say how quickly the club will close.
The best plan is to get your name early on the
list and have this "Silent Servant" delivered With
the scores of others right away for merely a few
$1.00 weekly dues.
Join S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & (Vs. Hoosier Club
tomorrow morning. A few days delay may !?? too
WILL Y0? RE A "HOOSIER" MEMBER I
How many times daily do you walk around your
kitchen? From your range to kitchen table; from
your pantry to your sink, and then to your cup
YOU have soon In the above picture how many
miles of steps the Hooslci' snvoi you. Think of hav
ing your work tablo! Your pantry' Your kitchen
cupboard! Combined in one spot! Your salt at your
finger tip::! Your pans and dishes at arm's length!
Your spices, Hour and sugar under your hand! Think
of the hundreds pf needless steps the Hoosier Cabinet
would save you by having overything centered In
Do you wonder thai thousands of women all over
America are clamoring for this marvelous labor sav
ing Hoosier Cabinet on the remarkably easy club
terms of $1.00 a week. Do you wonder that our
allottment Is limited lo a paltry if. cabinets?
No cabinet In the world equals the Hoosier tbo
only cabinet endorsed by the Saturday Evening Post,
Ladies' Home Journal, Oood Housekeeping, and
thousands of America's Domestic Science Schools
a cabinet on which the price is rigidly fixed by the
manufacturer to give you the benefit of the low co?t
of manufacture?and delivery to you immediately
for $1.00 Hut hurry! Don't delay. Join now and be
glad the rest of your life.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & COMPANY
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA