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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, March 12, 1913, PART 1, PAGES 1 TO 8, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3',
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Several "Plums" Fall to Applicants
from this State under Wilson Ad
ininU'ii..um. More of Them Active.
Was'.lngton, March 8.?South Caro
lina is scoring heavily in the first days
of tho Wilson Administration. Yester
day the President, on the advice ofl
Postmaster General Burleson, decided
to nominate Daniel C. Roper, former
ly of Marlon, S. C, to be First As
sistant Postmaster General, and to
day the Democratic caucus of the Sen
ate chose James M. Baker, of j
Lowndesvllle, 8. C, to fill the Import
ant position of secretary of the Sen.
Mr, Baker had the active support of
Senator B. R. Tillman, who presented
his name to the caucus, -and also of I
Seutttui E. D. Smith.
Tied for Second Place.
The brother of President Wilson, Jo
seph R. Wilson, of Nashville, Tenn.
and Robert M. Gates, Washington cor
respondent of the Memphis Commer
cial-Appeal, aro said to have tied for
second place in the second and final
ballot, in which Mr. Baker had a clear
majority over the entire field of his |
After the result was announced Mr.
Joseph Wilson said, for publication,
that he dd not regard his defeat as
reflecting upon himself personally inj
any way, but ascribed It to the feel
ing aomng some of the Senators thatj
his close relationship to the President!
made it undesirable that he should oc
cupy the particular position which he
Kx-Sollcitor Hoggs Active.
Julius E. Boggs, of Pickens, S. C,
former solicitor of the 10th Judicial
cireuit. of South Carolina, is in Wash
ington lining up the support of the
State's Congressional delegation In his
candidacy for Assistant Attorney Gen
eral of tho United States. I
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* TUMBLING SHOALS. ?
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Tumbling Shoals, March 10.?Mr.
and Mrs. Clove Knight have moved In
to their new home near Mr. Knight's
father, Mr. W. N. Knight.
Tho people of this community are
geting along slowly with their farm
agaris, because of the incessant rains.
Mr. L?de Bolt, who has boon sick
for some time, is some bettor now.
His many friends hope to see him up
Mr. Tommie Crawford visited his
brother in Fork Shoals section last
Saturday and Sunday
Mrs. Nettie Briton, who has been
sick for some time, is able to be up
Miss Agnes Holt, who made her
home in Greenville for a short time,
s now at momc for a while.
Mrs. Earl Caldwell, who has been
in Laurens for some time, is now at
Card of Thanks.
We want to extend our thanks to
the people for their kindness shown
US during tho recent illness and death
of our father, W. B. Hill. Wo shall
always have for them a warm place
in our hearts. May the Lord's richest
blessings abide with thorn forever.
Mrs. W. B. Hill and family.
I Palatable Medicine especially
prepared to relieve and care f be
diseases which alfeel women
This excellent medicine is not only
successful in conquering the pain
ful and prostrating diseases that
attack the female generative system
but it is exceptionally pleasant to
take. The usual rule that the nastier
tho medicine tho more effective it
is, is reversed in tho case of Squaw
Vine Wine. It is one of tho pleas
antest of medicines. The frosh
juice of a well ripened swoetorango
is not moro agreeable. It is indoed
a happy combination of sweet herbs
compounded with just enough
spirits to keep it fresh and active in
its medicinal effect. Poor, tired
mothers, worn out with the cares
of a family and household, and suf
fering from those distressing aches,
bearing down pains and nervousness
which women only know, revive
wonderfully under its strengthening
and exhilirating influence. It eases
pain, strengthens weakened parts,
corrects irregularities, builds up
a strong, vigorous body, restores
brightness to tho eye and color to
Sold by Druggist* and Dealer*
Price $1 Per Bottle
C.F.SIMMONS MEDICINE CO.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
LAUKRNS DRUG CO.
Laurens. H. C.
LADY MARJORIE MANNERS
BECOMES MARQUIS' BRIDE
Bow low to her?Lady Marjorle
Manners, eldest daughter of the Duke
of Hutland, is
now the Mar
chioness of An?
Arter ton years
of BUBnense this
girl In the king
dom," as Queen
her, was the oth
er day married to
one of England's
has a real $1,000,
000 a year. What la something more,
ho is considered the handsomest man
I In all the house of lords. He has
I been In this country several times,
I always after big game.
London bociety?and this includes
very many Americans?is all upset
about the newest betrothal, quite the
most important of the year. It is the
greatest surprise of the season now
ending. Designing dowagers have
been angling after Anglesey ever
Blnce he came so unexpectedly Into
his marqulsute and his millions in
1905, and all but one of them are now
Anglesey was only a cousin of the
title?and the money?when it all
suddenly came to him. That bejewel
ed young fop, the- fifth Marquis of
Anglesey, was his cousin. Crazy about
clothes, actresses and display, he
knew not how to enjoy the great
wealth which was his. He died sud
denly at Monte Carlo, and his body
was flung into the suicide's patch
awaiting orders from England. Final
ly it was shipped there in a plain
deal packing case, and only a score of
persons attended the quiet funeral of
the young man who had a million a
year and didn't know how to spend it
And so to plain Charles Paget, his
couBln, went the money and the title.
This young chap was cast in a wholly
different mold. Good-looking, clever,
fond of life and people, he had spent
his modest nineteen years in all sim
plicity. He found his vast estates?.
40,000 acres make up his domain?
quite encumbered. Even then they
were worth $400,000 a year in Income
to him, but careful management has
put them back where they were when
his eccentric cousin Inherited them.
Today they are worth half n hundred
million dollars and bring him In two
hundred thousand pounds sterling a
year Income, which 1b the American
equivalent of a million dollars a year.
Lady Marjorle was born In a tent
near Las Vegas, N. M., when her par
ents were spending a vacation there
In 1883. The bride Is two years older
than hor husband.
ACKNOWLEDGES MANY FADS
Mrs. Sherman, wife of the vic<
president, acknowledges many fads,
and says that the
more varied the
has in life tho
keeps. In the past
10 years she has
lelsuro for such
flowers, hooks, pa
triotic and philan
thropic work than
in tho days when
her children were
small a ml her hus< I
band Just beginning a career which
has rounded out with the vice presi
dency of tho nation. One of her chief
Jovr Is In the love of growing things,
and as the years have passed sho has
added extensively to the ? modest
greeneries, ferneries and gardens of
her Ctlca home.
Since her marriage Mrs. Sherman
has managed her end of the dual re
sponsibility of making a home, and
has taken entire control of domestla
matters. It was she who selected and
in many instances planted tho many
choico trees, shrubs and flowers that
fill the well-planned gardens, and It Is
she who attends to the house plants
and their tranafer Into winter quar
For years Mrr. Sherman made it a
habit not to go to Washington until
nfter Christmas, in order that she
might give undivided care to the
plants removed from the grounds and
distributed through her home ano
placed In the greenhouse. For year
also she discouraged her husband In
getting a Washington home, for the
reason that her plants and flowers are
such an essential part of It that she
could not conceive a pleasant environ
ment Without them.
Among the largo and Influential
group of New Yorkers resident In
Washington she Is held In particular
esteem, and is in a way a sort of dean
and arbiter of social affairs for them.
Tho panhandler met the prosperous
man In the corridor of the office build
"I am down and out," whined tho
panhandler. "Can you help mo?"
"Yes," replied the prosperous man.
"Just press that button on the eleva
tor there and the operator will take
you In and up."
The Main Point.
"Don't you .think It Is dreadful about
all this graft business being discov
"Of course, I do. Why, with such a
good thing, couldn't they keep It
Wednesday, Mar. 19th, 1913
We wiii show an assortment of the most approved
models in Chick New Headgear for Spring, embracing
Ready-to-wear as well as untrimed shapes, such as are
now in vogue in the leading style centers of the country.
Gage, Oscar and LoMond Hats are here in all the
fetching and becoming shapes. Make a mental note to
attend this interesting exhibit, Wednesday of next week.
You will find it unusually interesting.
You are Especially Invited to
attend our Millinery Opening
Wednesday, Mar. 19th,
Is invariably associated in every women's minol with new things to wear.
With Easter just around the corner, so to speak, this store is splendidly prepared
to serve the women of Laurens and vicinity with the many needed articles in
Ready-to-Wear, Silks, Laces, Lingerie, Wash Goods and Dress Haterials, Htc.
Spring Fashions and Spring Fabrics in infinite variety will greet you at this
store?the result of a most careful and critical search of the markets of the North.
And these novel and beautiful things for spring wear, each with the stamp of
Dame Fashion's approval, come to you with the assurance that quality and price
is right?our reputation is behind whatever you buy.
Clever and Becoming New Spring Dresses!
We invite critical examination and comparison; inspect their
quality of material and distinctive styles and you'll wonder how
we can sell them at such moderate prices. New shipment of these
dresses just arrived==Ratines, Messalines and Foulards, in Copen
hagen, "AJice Blue," "Nell Rose" and .very desirable new spring
Silk Stripe Voile
Silk Stripe Voile in different colors and many styles io se
lect from only per yard.25c
15 pieces Ratin Cloth in plain mixtures and brocade, only
per yard.25c and 35c
Silk Finish Poplin, 20 pieces to select from at.25c
Silk Border Voiles and Stripes, the swcllest material for tIn
coming season, 42 inches , at only.50c
15 pieces now Silk Stripes at.25c
Hosiery Special For Wednesday 19th, Ernb. Silk Hose,
worth $1.00 a pair, only lo a customer for per pair 50c
Brocade Salin, i'.'i inches wide, all colors a very heavy, rich
Silk, only per yard.$1.50
Natural Silk Pongee, 36-inch, only.$</.00
36-inoh Silk and Cotton Pongee.36c
New Silk Specie! 36-inch Cheney's Spot Proof Poulards,
the kind that wears, only .... *..$1.00
42-inch I3rocade Crepe Do Chine, in every shade, the yard
NKCKWKAR, HKKTS AND HOSIKRY D KP A HTM K NT.
We will have On display every thing that is new in \eek
wear from.*.25c lo $1.00
ATTRACTIVE NEW SPRING COAT SUITS!
Women who are interested in what is correct in Coat Suits for
this season will enjoy looking over the many new styles we will
feature here. It is a showing that will demonstrate once more that
this store is the "Leader of Fashion." We welcome you to look at
these garments and ask prices. It does not necessitate your buying.