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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. W. R. Richey, Sr., went to Co
lumbia Monday on professional busi
Mr. Wellie McUaniel left Saturday
night for Jefferson, Ga., where he vis
ited for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Watts, of Foun
tain Inn, were in the city on business
Mr. W. C. Brown and son, James of
Gray Court, were in the city yester
day visiting the dentist.
Mr. R. W. Willis will leave Monday
fvr Hot Springs, Arkansas, to rest and
recuperate for a few weeks.
Mr. R. A. Little, or The Advertiser
force, has been confined to his home
for several days during an attack of
Mr. B. F. Copeland, of Renno, was
In the city on business yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lynn of Rock
Bridge were here Monday.
Miss Grace Poole. of Ora, passed
through the cHy Sunday evening re
turning from Lander college where
she had been to visit friends.
Mrs. H. K. Alken, Mrs. W. P. Chll
(Vross, Mrs. W. it. McCuen and Miss
Loulie Eichelberger will attend the
meeting of the Kings Daughters in
Miss Mary Todd returned Monday
from Newnan. she was accompanied
by Miss Amelia Todd, who will visit
honiefolks for several days before re
turning to college.
Opening Rooks of Subscript ion.
Books of Subscription to the capital
stock of Harris Springs Water Com
pany, a corporation to be organized
to carry on the business, amongst oth
er things, of a Mineral Water Com
pany with the usual rights/and prlvl.
leges of business corporations, will
be opened at the* ollbjes of Dial &
Todd, Enterprise l|ui?r building. Can.
rens, S. C, on SaluXlay, April 26, at
10 o'clock A. M., pursuant to commis
sion from the Secretary of State.
Authorized capital $50,000, to bo divid
ed inio r>00 shares of the par value of
C. II. PettUS,
H. li. Alexander,
:'.S-2t Board of Corporators.
Meeting of B. & L.
The annual mooting of the Citizens
Building and Loan association will
be held In the oflldo Of the People's
Loan nnd Exchange bank nexl Tues
day afternoon. April 22, at 1 o'clock.
w. R. McCuon,
Sec. and Treas.
Master Damon Casque brought a
small chicken to The Advertiser of
fice several days Mg;> thai would take a
prize even in a side-show at Barnaul's
circus. The chicken had four legs and
three wings, more than his alloted
number of walkers and livers. In a
runlng or Hying contest he would
doubtless have a crown of olives plac
ed upon his brow, If?he had lived.
Form Base Ball League,
A regular base ball league was or.
ganlzed at a meeting held last week
when the Lydia and Clinton Cotton
mills teams of Clinton, the Newberry
Cotton mill and the Watts Mill team
went into an agreoment to play ac
cording to a definite schedule during
the coming summer months. The
games will be played each Saturday,
a game being on each of the homo
grounds about every other week. All
of these mills have well organized
teams and some fast games arc ex
pected during the summer. The play
ers arc already getting rounded out
Into shape, several games having been
played already preparatory to the
season's opening. The games here
will be played on the Watts mill
grounds. Mr. Bob Walker of Laurens
is one of the directors of the new
Going to Fountain Inn.
The company of local playeis who
had arranged to go to Fountain Inn
Monday evening to stage the little
comedy "Down by the Sea" were con
fronted with several obstacles which
prevented them from going on that
date and a later date was decided up
on. The play will be given in Foun- I
tain Inn next Monday evening. A let
ter was received from one of the cit
izens of that place several days ago
telling of the arrangements that arc
being made for them and that they
would receive a hearty welcome. It
is understood that the play will be
given in the school building which is
said to have a very commodious audi
torium and a well arranged stage.
Meeting of Camp W. 1>. Simpson.
A meeting of Camp W. d. Simpson,
Sons of Veterans, is hereby called for
Saturday next. April 10, at 10 o'clock
a. m. in oillce of Simpson, Cooper and
Babb, fur tho purpose of preparing
and forwarding annual report, remit
ting tlie per capita tax and electing
delegates, sponsor, etc., to Annual
sta'i' Reunion of Confcderat Veterans
to bo held at Alken on the 23d and
21th of April. The sons and their lady
attendants have been especially invit
ed by Major Gen. B. ii. TeagUO to at
tend this reunion and it is desired and
expected that our camp have a full
11. Y. Simpson,
VV. d. Ferguson. Commander.
Special Cur to Reunion.
Judge O. O. Thompson has received
notice from the railroad company that
a special car will be provided for the
i.aureus veterans going to the reun
ion in Chattanooga on tho 2f?lh of
May. Tho car will be placed in the
local railroad yards to leave here on
the 8:15 train to Clinton on the morn
ing of tho 26th. Connection will be
made at Clinton with the S. A. L,
and the trip made by Atlanta.
y Profits Sure
when you succeed in raising
strong, vigorous chicks. Losses
' are fatal to tlie business,
out the losses; raise the
chicks. Sample package
j>r&r chick Food
is guaranteed to make
chicks grow at a rapid
rate, b i g - b o n c d and
husky. Feed it for three
weeks at a cost ofle per
chick ana insujrjf your
''MoneyJUIck if it Fails"
In boxes and bags, 25c up.
<;??? I'rnciH I'roflt-sbnrlnK Hooklct
Sold and guaranteed hj all
first elnss dealers.
i Safeguard and Preserve
Your Furs, Blankets, Comforts, Heavy
Hangings, Portiers, Carpets, Rugs, Winter
Wraps and Clothing by having them j^hor
:; oughly cleansed by our Special ^Processes
;; before storing for Summer. /
Footer's Dye Works
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A Word or Two About Brass Beds
We have just recently received a car load of Brass and Iron Beds, these Goods were contracted
for before the advance in price. This means a saving to you of from Three to Ten Dollars on a
bed. We invite you to come to our store and let us tell you a few facts about Brass Bed construc
tion and Brass Bed Prices. We do not buy a brass bed unless the Manufacturers will stand
back of us?and do not sell you a brass bed unless we can stand back of the sale. Many new
and beautiful designs here, and you are welcome to inspect them.
Very massive satin finish
brass 2-inch post, heavy
fillers, guaranteed not to
A beautiful salin finish Brass Bed, 3-inch Post
heavy fillers, guaranteed not to corode.
.Satin finish brass 2-incll
coulinious post, guaranteed
not to corode.
If you want to save money now is a mighty good time to buy a Brass Bed.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Company
Laurens, South Carolina
Sullivan's Store Every Day.
German Millet Seed
Spring Beardless Seed Barley
Bed Hllss Irish Potatoes
While Dent Seed Corn
Improved Golden Denl Seed Corn
Hloimt's Proline Seed Corn
Sugar Garden Seed Cora
Am her and Grange Gone Seed
Silver Skin Onloji'Scts
Munch und t<m' Seed Bennfl
Seed Sweet Tnliiloes
Chicken Feed Cotton seed Moni?
Henry Clay I'lour, (lie hest l>y test.
Welcome all at The Big Slnre.
Laurens, S. C.
When you feel
rous, tired, worried or despondent it is a
rare sign von need MOTT'S NEKVERINE
PILLS. 'I I. -v r< new the normal vigor n .1
tnftke lifo WOr'h living. Do *. rire and ntk tor
Mott's Nerverino Pilla !;... Jjr 1
vVhLlAMS MFG. CO.. Propi., Cleve!ar.<!, ' ... ,
LACBK.,.-? DRUG CO.
Lauren*. S. C.
j* HAIL STORMS
I Have Already Started! ,
Only this week (Monday) a Hail Storm is re
ported in the vicinity of Owing Station. To-day
and not to-morrow is the time to take Hail insu
rance on your Crop. One day's delay may mean
& Hundreds of Dollars loss to you.
? Premiums are small and payable after crops
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% G. W. SHELL,
* LAU RENS, S. C.