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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, July 30, 1913, Page PAGE TEN, Image 10',
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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. J. L. Powers, of Alma, was In
the city Monduy.
Mr. Llge Watktns of Cold Point, was
in the city Tuesday.
Mr. John 0. Hellams of Dials, vis
ited the city Monday.
Mr. Mattlson Elmore of Cold Point,
was In the city last week.
Mr. Dunk Armstrong of Alma, had
business In the city Monday.
Mr. John Dagnall of the Shlloh sec
tion was In the city Monday.
Mr. Hen Simpson, of the Knob sec
tion, was In the city Tuesday.
Mr. Pierce Hipp, of Little River,
had business In the city Monday.
Mr. Clifton Cuningham of Laurens
Route 3, was In the city Monday.
Mr. Will W. Madden, of Sulllvans
township was In the city this week.
Mr. Downes Glenn of Huntington,
spent the day In the city Monday.
Mr. Newt Dolt, tho Tumbling Shoals
fisherman, was In the city Monday.
Mr. Oscar Hunter, of Ora, was In
the city Monday on business affairs.
Mr. Poole Bolt, of Sulllvans town
Bhip paid a visit to the city Monday.
Mr. Walter Bolt of Tumbling Shoals
was In the city on business Monday.
Mr. Guss H. Pitts from Friendship,
spent Tuosday In the city cooling off.
"Uncle" Jno. Jess Madden, of Sage
town, was a visitor to the city Tues
Mr. Jessie Woods of tho Brewerton
Rectlon waB In the city trading, Mon
IMx. Matstln Elmore, of the Cold
Point vicinity, was in the city Mon
Mr. Jona Smith, of the Mt. Pleasant
section was a visitor to the city Tues
Mrs. Lldle M. Sullivan leaves today
to spend a month at llendersonvllle,
Mr. Andy F. Nelson, of I^aurena
Rtouto 4, made a trip to the city Sat
Mr. Win. B. Motte, superintendent |
of the county home, was In the city
Mr. Frank Mitchell of the Poplar
Spring community was In the city
Mr. Calvin Tumblln, from the Hon
dersonville district, came to the city
Mr. Luther Fin ley, of Sulllvans
township, had business in tho city
Master Danklin Sullivan is hunting!
a cooler climate at llendersonvllle, N.
C, today. /
Mr. Furman Hellams of the Shlloh
community, was n business visitor to
the city Mond iv. ?
?Mr. Geo. F. Pully of the Sandy
Spring neighborhood was a caller In
the city Monday.
\ Mr. W. c. Thompson, demonstrator
for the Glbhes Machinery Company,
passed through the City yesterday
evening on uis wav ?/> Greenville, driv
ing a handsome Reo roadster. He
made the trip from Clinton to Lau
rens in twenty-eight minutes without
taxing the strength of his car.
Mt. Kdd Corbltt, from Lisbon sec
tion, had business in the city to at
tend to Tuesday.
Miss Hattle Sullivan goes to Hcn
dersonvllle, N. C, today, to spend the
rest of the summer months.
Dr. J. L. Donnon from between Sa
luda and Reedy rivers, was among
friends In the city Tuesday.
Mr. Jim Loake, the popular Gray
Court mayor, was In the city Tuesday
shaking hands with his many friends.
Master Cecil Sullivan tnkes the
train today for Hendersonvlllc, N.
C, where he expects to rusticate dur
Miss Rabber, who has been visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs| Aug.
Huff, has returned to her home in
Green Cold Springs, PJn.
Little Misses Mary and Virginia
Sullivan havo returned home after a
week's visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. 1).
Wesson, near Fountain Inn.
BUT HE RATHER~OVERDID IT
Husband'* Bright Idea of Changing
th? Conversation Left Him In
Somewhat of a FIjc.
A man who hadn't been homo to
dinner and who didn't arrlvo In time
for midnight luncheon?if there had
been one?finally landed at his apart
ment and was greeted with a silvery,
"Is that you, dear?" from bis wife's
"It is," he responded succinctly, not
earing for muoh conversation.
"What tlmo la It?"
"Oh, not so lato I" he anawered;
and then observing a large bunch of
roses on a table In the ball he sought
to chance the conversation by re
marking: "What a beautiful bouquet
"They are lovely," assented the
"Beautiful!" c .ntlnued the lato ar
rival enthusiastically. "Fresh, too, I
should say. Their perfume is delight
"Can you smell them?"
"Oh, yes; their perfume goes
through the entlro place. It is love
"You always did llko the perfume
of roues," cooed tho wife.
"Yes, nud these ore especially frag
"Well, so to bed If that Is the case.
You see, my dear, those are paper
She (to young poet)?How much do
'on get for your poems, Charley?
Charley (with pride)?From $2 to
She?Well, Isn't that very little.
Charley? I see that Sir Walter Scott
;ot $10,000 for one of his.
Charley?Yes, but you see, writing
>oetry Isn't the business It used to bo.
There's too much competition.
Found -One hunch of keys In Rob
. .ert Wham';; auto. Owner can have
same by calling at this ollice and pay
ing for advertisement.
Lost Saturday afternoon, July 2G,
a ladies' black rain coat. I-ost be
tween Dr. George Knights and N, M.
[Sullivan's. Finder please leave at
Albert Garlington's or Dr. Knights.
Lost?A black shepherd dog, about
half grown. Reward for his return
to John M. Cannon, Bank of Laurcns
Have /i business of your own some tiny, so
that you may enjoy a o<> mfortable old age; there
<?ti~a way to do it t V attic your money how. hot
vour noo?u/if grow; then* some day* you will be
prepared to ttike A r;ooi> BUSINESS CHANCE
or to Invent yottr money in n paying business*
The man who lain tt business of' bin own i'lrst
banked his MONEY and. then helped to ttmko
bin hunk OOOOUnt tiliOW.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US.
We pay 4 percent interest compounded
IV. If. U1AU, J'res. C. 11. KOFiilt, Gambier
National Conservation Expo
sition To Be Big Event
of the Year
SOUTH'S GLORY ON DISPLAY
Exposition Will Be One of the "Differ
ent" Kind and Will Be Greater In
All Ways Than Anything Ever Seen
In This Section of United States
The National Conservation Exposi
tion that will be held In the pictur
esque city of Knoxville from Septem
ber 1 to November 1, of the present
year, will be the one big event of tbo
year iu the South.
No meeting, no gathering, no con
ference, no exhibition of any kind will
overshadow in importance the Nation
al Conservation Exposition. It will bo
national in scope, national in charac
The National Conservation Exposi
tion baB been planned along broad
lines and is designed to teach the
great lesson of tho necessity o' con
serving the resources that nature has
so oountlfully bestowed on the coun
try. More especially will the necessity
of conserving the immense resources
of tho South lie brought out and em
phasized at the Exposition.
Following are a few facts that give
some Idea of the magnitude and the
alms of tho National Conservation Ex
The exposition plant represents aa
outlay of over $2,000,000.
The site of tho exposition Is in the
most beautiful park In tho South?a
park that nestles In the foothills of the
great Smoky mountains, picturesque,
rolling, green, highly Improved.
Eleven Big Buildings.
The exposition grounds embrace
with lakes and drives over one hun
Never was a site for an exposition
with more natural advantages chosen,
never one better adapted to exposition
Eleven large exposition buildings,
modern, stately, snowy white, as well
as a number of smaller buildings, will
house this exposition.
Railroads realize the importance of
tho exposition and are cooperating in
every way in the enterprise.
National leaders of conservation
with Clifford Plnchot as chairman are
directing the exposition.
Sixteen Southern states have formed
boards for exposition work and these
boards are actively engaged In the col
lection of comprehensive exhibits and
in arranging state days for the expo
South a Treasure House.
The National Conservation Exposi
tion at Knoxville during September
I and October will be "different." The
displays in various lines will bo the
largest, the most diversified, the most
interesting ever seen in any exposition
in the South; they will compare favor
ably with any exposition ever held In
the United States and they will all
teach graphically, eloquently and point
edly the lesson of conservation, ad
mittedly one of the greatest questions
before the American people to-day.
And about all the South?the great
South, the South that Is a treasure
bouse of the nation, the South busy
with the hum and the whirr of count
less manufacturing Industries?will bo
on display In Knoxville during the ex
position. The South with Its tremend
ous resources and great Industrial pro
gress will be strikingly typified.
There will be much for every citizen
of the country to see In Knoxville dur
ing the exposition months, there will
be much for every one to learn.
EXPOSITION TO BE READY.
National Conservation Show To Make
New Record In This Respect.
The hundreds of thousands of visit*
ors from all parts of tho country, and
particularly from tho Southern States,
to the National Conservation Exposi
tion can be assured of one fact even at
this early date: That no matter how
early they make their visit to the ex
position after the gates are formally
thrown open they will see the displays
Work Is so far advanced now that
everything will be ready on the open
ing day and the complete line of ex
hibits In all of the many big, whtto
buildings, and In all of the various de
partments of these buildings, will like
wise be ready.
Too many times In the history of ex?
positions In other partB of the country
it has happened that the first weeks
saw only a portion of the exposition
complete. This will not be the case
LOW RATE8 FOR EXPOOITIONv
Railroads Have Made Concessions For
Big Knoxville Show.
Exceptionally low rates?the -owest
ever made for an exposition In the
South?have been mado by the i ail
roads for the National Conservation
Exposition In Knoxville, Tenn., during
the months of September and October*
These reduced rates are In forco f?cin
start to finish of tbo exposition anl
will afford thousands of persons living
within a radius of 300 miles oppor
tunity to make the trip to Knoxville
at comparatively little cost.
FIRE DOG UNWELCOME GUEST
Even Boarding Him One Day In thO
Week Almost Gives Woman
Ask any fireman's wife what day In
the week Bho dreads most, and the
chanceB are she will tell you tho day
the flro station dog takes his meals
at her house, says tbo Philadelphia
"Not that we don't like the dog,"
one woman said, "but because we
have to be so careful about our cook
ing. The men at tho station where
j my husband works are afraid to bring
I Barney up on restaurant food. They
think ho will thrive better on good
homo cooking, so they tako turns at
"Wednesday is his day here. He
comes for all three meals. It is a day
of anxiety. If I make things too rich
Bob Bwears I'll give Barney Indiges
tion. If they aren't rich enough ho
will not be sufficiently nourished. I
don't mind cooking for Bob nor for
any amount of company, my mother
in-law Included, but fixing things for
Barney gets on my nerves."
Carborundum in Furnaces. 1
Carborundum, the artificial subs ;1
tute for emery, which in said to rlv xl
the diamond in hardness, is emplo y
ed, because of its extraordinary r e
slstance to heat, as a coating for the
mterior of furnaces. Finely powdered
and made into a paste, It Is applied
with a brush, like paint, to th brick
lining. It is said that a layer u' only
two mlllmeters in thickness will pi o
tect tho bricks from the effects of the
highest temperature that Is produced
in ordinary furnace combustion.
Carborundum is itself a prod''ctnf
the electric furnace, being cou^jMhd
of silica and carbon fused in the .Kjs
ence of salt and sawdust.?Harper's
Taking No Chances.
Friend?Do ycu wish me as yohir
mouthpiece to give out a statement
about your willingness or refusal |to
be a candidate?
Tho Political Sphinx?Say that ho
friend Is authorized to speak for ni
and then mako sure that If the people
call, the lino won't be busy.
WORK FOR CLOUD SPOTTER
Humble but Indispensable Adjunct ln<
the Process of Taking Mov
"Among the new Jobs that modern
life has originated," said a statistician,
"that of the cloud spotter is interest
ing aud odd. The cloud spotter
doesn't, of course, make spots on
clouds. No, no. He stand on a high
roof with a costly field glass and he
continually notifies his employer, a
moving- picture maker, of the condi
tion of the heavens.
"You Bee, for an elaborate moving
picture play a steady, uniform light is
essential. The pictures must be taken
all in sunshine or all in clear gray
light. Otherwise they differ. Some
are weak and some strong. They don't
match on the screen. So the cloud
spotter on the roof, searching the
heavens with his glass, studying the
course and velocity of the wind, as
sures his boss of a good half-hour or
hour for photographing a movlng-plc
ture play, and thus saves a waBte of
films that would otherwise be many
times larger than his frugal salary."
BUY LAND AND SAVE RENT!
Some More of These Leak Bargains in Real Estate Houses and Lots
I Can Secure Loans and Make Advances on Real Estate
J. N. LEAK
GRAY COURT, S. G.
The Man That Divides the Earth to Suit Your Purse."
Y THE PARCEL POST YOU CAN
send Dressed Poultry, Butter, Eggs
and Farm Products] through the
mail. A golden opportunity for
some of the Farmers to make some
money on the side. Suppose you
develop this business and adver
tise what you have to sell through