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ADVERTISER PRiNTING COMPANY
Laurens, S. C.
ALISON LEF1 President
W. G. IANdASThIR vice-Pres.
ARTHUR LED Sec. and Treas.
Advertising iates on Application.
Obituaries and Card of Thanks: One
cent a word.
Entered at the postoflice at Laurens,
S. C., as second class mail matter.
IAUIIENN, S. C., DEC. i), 1913.
The Advertiser will be glad to
receive the local news of all the
communities in the county. Cor.
respondents are requested to
sign their names to the contri
butions.. Letters should not be
mailed later than Monday morn
It is not too late to commence doing
Christmas shopping early.
*The prize winners in The Advertis
er's voting contest are the first to re
ceivo their Christmas gifts.
Dr. McAdoo says ho has on hand
another supply of those yellow wafers
which he prescribes in case of panics.
The Advertiser goes into a little less
than 3,000 honues today, this being by
far the largest subscription list in
Laurens county and one of the largest
in the entire state.
* ? *
irs. Ilessie Wa kefelid i figi ring
considerably In the divorce cotris of'
('onnecticut l(eckoll she is connect
ed with that old Charleston fain!-,
the l' arly .Jersey \'akeiields?
According to the reports from the
farms, moro grain and other cover
crops are being planted this year
than was planted last year. More of
such crops were planted last year than
the year iefore and more then than
the ' yeai' pr' vions and so on. Steady
progress is being made in this direc
tion by Soit h Carolina farmers.
(od m'-iddling eottonl was uioted in
Sumter last. ''hllrsd:1' at 12 7-1 cents.
It was quioted( hecr' aLt around 13 1-i
cents. We give this to show that the
Laurents naark'et is at Lines considera
lly ahead of some ot.her towns though
at other times it might he lowe. As
a general ling, however, taken year
in and year out., the market coptipares
favorably' with ile tu:i:lrts of other
'The read1ers of The Ad(vertiser we
are~ sure' wilI join with us in the hopew
that our' Cr'oss liull corresp5ionldent, Mr 1.
W. TI. Aulst in, vw'ill soon h le rest ored to
luis accuistomtesl .heal t1h. Mr I. Autstlin
w~as operiatedl on in Colunmbia several
week s ago hut is still qullite 1inisposed
Though to011 ul I to write himself
Mr'. Austin has, with hiis accustomned
thorough ness anld thtoughtf'ulness, tak
enI care oft Thie Adiiver't iser by3 inducli
-ing one of its old friends, NIr. W. P'.
Cal hertson . iio tellp;orail v Ill Itis
p1lace. Foir tii. issue~ and for' serv
eral issues pre'viouis Mr. Culhiertson
has kimtll y sen1t in tile news friomt
Cross 11111 andI we hope that lhe will
conttinue14 to do!~ so uil .\ilNr. Auast in is
'he AdIvetiser h ias just closed a
suicce'ssfiil socol Iled "votintg contest''
'These 'oiltesta .are ' int ended for soy
'ra 1lii purposs. coillect ion of1 past in
diebtednei~ss, a-ddIinig of ntew inmes to
iBecauise of thie fact that the collection
of siubscripItions muii tst necessarlily 1)e
largeiy cnfinied to several months In
thle fall of thie year i, these socai llld
"coat esi s" ai'e nec5essariy and adva n
t ageous to th n'ew spapier's foi' obiviouis
'Thle 'on test juist cl osed by '[hle Adi
Ver itiseri ha 5 'heen 1succe'issfuli in a numl
ier of restpects. In the fii'st. lace,
alImost on" -I houisand new readers hav'e
bueen added 14) Thlie Advyertiser's 't
readers witic'h we hope) to) lease v. eli
enoughu to 'hotl-I durting the years to
c'ome. Anid 'then :, a large number1)0 of
old subscibleris hiave paid teir sub
s-ciptionts in adlvance, some of thorn
for several yoars. We are glad to
htavo thiem remfailn with us because
though ntew races are always welcome,
we learn to like most those who have
been with uts longest.
WVe heflle'' thatt those who took an
nctive part it the contest are resigned
to the conviction that to those who
worked hardest have gone the bene
fits. We aire quite( sure ourselves that
the w-nning contestants deser'vedl a
great dieai for' their elforts, for their
plaes in the end wore arned by
inril aneat andt conscientious work.
It is a great pltnastre for us to state
that we do not believe that any of the
winning contestants spent any of their
own funds in working for the prizes.
From our impression of the events of
the p-ast few weeks, we believe that
the money turned in to the contest
manager caine from the pQckets of
the subscribers and not from those of
the contestants. We hope that is the
The contest has been an unusually
satisfactory one from the standpoint
of friendly rivalry. If there has been
any hants feeling engendered In the
contest, we have not heard of it and
hope .that none exists. The campaign
of each individual contestant was
waged on a high plane and no undue
advantage was taken by any. The
contest ends with the best of feeling
prevailing all around. There was no
need for hard feeling and consequent
ly there was none.
To the winning candidates we ex
tend our congratulations and also our
thanks for the hard work performed
by them. To those who were not suc
cessful, wo also wish to extend olur
thanks as their efforts contributed
considerably to the success of the
unldertakinig. Some of these worked
under a disadvantage und some only
started during the last days of the
Tho Advertiser wishes to express
its appreciation of the services of the
contest manager. She worked faith
fully and well at all times and coil
ducted the affairs of Tile Advertiser in
a 'manner to reflect credit upon herself
and the paper too.
" " "
In another column of this paper will
be found a copy of the resignation
of County Superintendent of 1',duca
Lion, Geo. L. Pitts. Mr. Pitts has re
signed because the salary attached
does not afford himt a living wage
and so lie cannot "afford" to con
tinue in office.
We iave been very closely asso!Yiat
ed with dir. Pitts ill the conduct of
iis oflie and it :is ol r 111111 con vietion
that the county has never had a more
capable, a more faithf uI, a harder
working, or more (eserving ofilcer,
thal he. 13y heis owl enthisi ilm and
through able management he has
brought the schools of ILirens ('01111
ty llP to a staldard which they have
never attained before so that they
have been pointed to and copied aff
ter all over the state. 1(lder his help
and direction and by his own efforts
ideas in school work have been orig
inated and develoiied in this county
th1t have 1)0011 praised and1l copied af
ter -in -man1y sections. Mlany of his
methods of enthusing teachers, trus
tees, p1atrons and children have re
('iVed the cordial enldors'ment of the
state's leading edulntors and these'
methods have bileen urged u1poll other
county suiperintendents to fo!low. In
almost every way (lie has made limis
takes as all men (10) he has llade an
able :'d 1 faithful otlicer.
T1al Ig in conlsidlerationl the great
work that Mfr. Pitts has done for the
11ast ive yearas andit iln add 101 itio te
great illpor1tnce Of the oflice ltse'lf
witht tile great resp)onsliility resting
upon01 thle shioiilder's of him11 who occu
pies it, It is a reiletion upon the
c'ounty thait lie is forced to treslgn be
(cause1 of tile totally inadeqiuate salairy.
TruelI it is that as long as5 $700 oflices
go beoggintg somlebtody will apply113 for'
day13, "Lau11rens ('0unty3 cannlt 10 afford t~o
she can'lt't.. We Say it is a r'eileetioni
upon01 the ('Oiun-ty t hat 0110 of its most15
shlouild be for t'e o reOsign under1 01'uchI
cirtcutanc11fes anld it is at reflection.
It oulgilt 110t to be~ peritted1(5.
We (10 not knowv -how our1 iprOeent
legislative delegationl stantds on1 the
(iuestionl, hut, we -believe thtat some
stepls .lhold be taken to hlave Nir.
Lts wi~ithdaw Is resignaltionl and
itavoe 1 ount11 y delegation Increase
t he salariy to 1101 less thlan1 $1,200 per1
year. It oughtt to be" $1,500, except
that tiis much is ia ble to attract
somle of our mlost smilrkintg hiand
si hoers to I le oflice. destroying its
useful ness We (10 110t know the bost
waly to1 go abtout Iit. buit Iit seems1 to
ius lthat every'3 tiruste In th le ('oun11ty
und1( (very patr'on wilo tinkis the salI
tiry shiouhi be tralsed shoul write to
WA. ( . Ilhy, .1ir., thte reocogized le1:1 der
it. tile dei'~legat, demandt~inig I that Ite
sala ry for lthis111) r( itt ofice lhe
raisedl. IIf NirI. its LI ann1ot be I inducedO
to) wvihdraw his reosigntion,. thle 51a1
airy anlyway i. shioiibdlibe mlade l- 1artge
entoughl to aittract somie comtetl
('alifotrtii Womnii Serliusly Altirmeud
"A short Itme ago~ I con tracted a
sever'e cold wich settled Onl miy litngs~
andl caiused tme a gtreat deal of annoy03
ance. I wvould have bad coulging
spells and tmy lungs were so sore andl
infinamed I began to be seriously alarmn
od. A friend recomltnendedi Chamber
l'inl's Cought Itemedy, saying she 11ad(
used it rot' years. I bought a bottle
alld it redleved my cough the fi rot n1ightt
and1 inI a weekI I wais r'id or the (coldl
and~ soreniess of my lungs," writes
NlIas Niarie (erbor, Sawtlle, Cal. For
aia by all Dnnlnrs.
OUT FOR SUPERVISOR,
B. I, Todd, Local Civil Engineer,
Throws ils Hat into the Ring.
B. R. Todd, the well konwn civil
engineer of this city and who was
'raised near Barksdale, has 'c'ome
out" for counity supervisor. For somq
time It has been runlored that Mr.
Todd was 'inclined to run. Several
(lays -ago The Advertiser man was in
conversation with him when Mr. Todd
definitely announced his decision.
Others who have announced or who
have been spoken of in connection
with tho oilice are leo. C. Hopkins,
John D). W. Watts andl the present
incumbent, IH. 13. 1lumbort. Although
the- rumors have not been confirmed,
it is said that several others are Just
"on the edge" of announcing for the
same place. Anyhow,' present appear
ances give promise of an interesting
Now in the arilngton Cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos R. Moseley have
been busy during the first part of this
week moving into the Garlington cot
tage on North harper street recently
vacated by llev. M. L. Lawson. 'Monday
evening the moving was completed
and Tuesday. morning Mr. and Mrs.
Moseley 'took their first meal "at
Money to Loan:-Several thousand
dollars to loan on long time, on Lau
rens county real estate ilrst mortgage.
Address "Loan" care of The Advertis
No Trespassing-All persons are
hereby warned not to trespass on the
place of W. I. Culbertson. Tres
passers will be punished to full extent
of the law. 20-1 t-pd
Strayed or Stolen--A couple. of bull
yearlings, eight or teni months old.
lainder will please notify me. Dick
Owings, Laurens, S. C. 20-1 t-pd
$.0.00 can be sa e4 by letilng us
rejnimint your Automobile. 1'nsurpass
ed workmanship :t low prices.
We mainufactur Automobile tops,
curtains, seat. covers, backs, cushions,
rugs, doors, wheels, spring leaves, and
Commercial Motor Truck Blodies. We,
also, repair these parts.
We inn an factu the "Spartanburg"
wagons, Buggies and Surreys, and they
are superior to any other sold in the
South. W\'- manufacture Hlusiness wa
gons of all kinds, a-nd can build any
wagon to suit your own ideas.
Write for prices and terms. Spar
Ian Wagon and Bluggy Works, Spar
ta nbu rg, S. C. 20-It.
For Sle--The following rebuilt
second ind machines: two 12-horse
power horizontal and one 6-horse
po wer vertical gasoline engines,
I lakeslece make; one 60-saw iiall cot
Ion gin; one 60-saw 11all cotton gin
condlnsor and one 60-saw Snith cot
ton gin, front feeder; two ri I saw
tables, complete for work shops; one
foot-lower morticing machine for
work shop; one 20-inch diameter
blast fan. None of these machines
are much worn, are all thoronghly
reimired and I will sell them cheap.
W. A. Ilireckenridge, at Iiudgens old
Wlated' - Teachiers v'ith certificaten
wantted immIiedlintely3 ror' followIig lio
sitioins in goodl graded or rural
schools; :3 at $610; 6I at $30; 8 at $ 13;
Il at $10; 7 at $35. Direct from
school oilleials. SpecIal eniroll ment.
Souithern Teoachers' Agency, C'olumbinia,
S. ('. 20-3t-pdl
Lost --One bunach of keys, with
eight keys oii it. Lost on st reets of
laur) ens. Finder pilease returt n to
Itoss 'I). Younig, Tlreasuri er, otid r'e
('eivO e rewarei. J1. II. l'hIiiney. 20-it -pdii
iFor saie:-Tlwo good muiles soundi
antd in good COnilltioti, :35h bsls coi'n,
1 .000 buindles fodder, Mirs. N. C. .Jack
soni, (iraiy C'ourt, S. C. 20-2t-pd.
For . .tle or 11(ent:-Th'le Garnl igton
Mill tract on liabuni Creek, 8 ilies
west of Laurents, containing nhot
thre hundre ttii'd (:300) aecri n, di videtd by
lpubilic hilghway into twot farms wvitht
houtses andt wvells ot n eh. P~rice reoa
nonable antd on lontg tine If, dhesiried.
If not soltd between nowt and~ the first
of Jlanuary, will rentt. Apiply to ii. Y.
Simipson, Laureans, S. C. 20)-2t.
Corn and~ Hauy-! have fot' sale about
400 butshiels of corni ini the ear and
abouit 35 tons of peavine -hay at market
pr'ice. Catll or write G. hi. Holt,' Lau
ron, 1i*t 5. -19-5t
Notice to Trrespaussers--Ail persons
are. hereby wa rned undei' peinait.y of
tho law, agal inst. hiuntinig, ilnhing or
ot herwvise trespassnning ito m11 iy lanid
loicatedi nea r Mountville. R. TP. Dunlap.
Not;lee-T'leachters witht certificates
w~ated immiiediately for following iio
sitioan: 7 at $60; 8 at $50; hi iat $10;
5 at $35. Direct fromi school officials.
Speelal enrollmnt. Askcin miedliato
13'. Wt. II. Jlones, Migr., Columbiia, S. C.
For Salie-Splendld 8-room home
with wvater andi lights on 1-2 acre lot,
well andI convenienitly located at ,aui
r'eni. For further infor'mation and
termis appily Dr. W. H. Dial, Latirons,
S. C. 11-tf
For Sale-A choice one-acre lot on
Sotitih Harper St. A combination
store-room anid 'houise at Oakland
Iheights.- A'bout 10 acres on Main St.
near Mr. Howard's store. All of these
piroperties at a bargain. Call on E.~ P.
Mutter, Laurens, S. C. 9-tt
For Sale-52 acres, 2 1-3 miles north
of Laurenas on two public roads, abot
35 acres in cultivation, one fotir-room
house, one tenant house, good well
anid spiring. Apply to Oakland Heights
Realty Co., or E. P, Minter. 9-tf
DIES AT WOODRUFF
Walter S Gray Passed- Away at llis
Home. Funeral Services ' Held
Walter S. Gray, aged 61, prominent
in banking, 'mercantIle and cotton
mill circles throughout the Piedmont
(lied at -his home in Woodruff Wednes
day morning at 11:45 o'clock, after
an illness lasting six weeks. Diabetes
and heart failure were the causes of
his death. Ile is survived by his
widow and three sons--Wade Gray,
Jonas Gray and Isadore Gray. One
sister also survives him, Mrs. Dora
Neighbors, of iHartwell, Ga.
The funeral services were conduct
ed Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
and interment was in the Woodruff
The late Mr. Gray is repnted to
have been one of the wealthiest men
in Woodruff, having large land hold
ings in Spartanburg and Laurens
counties. ,He was president of the
Peoples' bank, of Woodruff; presi
dent and treasurer of the Gray cot
ton mIlls; president and principal
owner of .the W. S. Gray & Sons Mer
cantile company, -and was director
and stockholder in many other enter
prises of Woodruff. Before going to
Woodruff, many years ago, the late
Mr. Gray was in the mercantile bus
iness in Greenville, being in partner
ship with R. Y. Hellams, under the
firm name of Hellanms & Gray. He
umoved to Woodruff on the dissolution
of the firm.
Mr. Gray was a brother of Mr. II. E.
'_;,ay, of this city, and was quite yell
known here where his death caused
general regret. Several people from
here attended the funeral, Dr. W. TI.
)lial and .Ir. N. B. Dial being among
the pall bearers.
Full-Fledged M. 1).
Among the young men recently
standing examination before the state
medical hoard at Columbia and who re
eive. ctheir licenses to practice medi
cine in the state was B. II. Ihenry, of
Clinton. )r. Ilenry has been a student
in medicine for the past several years
and has maide an enviable record. It
is not yet known where he will lo
The latest books out at Felton's
S LAND SA LE,.
Stite of South Carolina,
(ounity of Laurens
J. Giroud Sullivan, Is Executor of
the estate of \lrs. Malinda C. Kay, de
eeased, I will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder, at, Laurens C. It.,
S. C., on Salesday in .anuary, 1914,
being Mlnday the 5th (lay of time
month, within the legal hours of such
sales, the real estate of Mrs. Malindia
C. Kay, deceased, in Sullivan Town
ship, laaurelis cou nty, consisting of
'FTwo llundred Thirty and 'T'hree
fourths (20 4--) Acres, more or less,
sub-divided in live tracts to wit:
Tract No. 1. Containing fifty-six and
one-half (56 1-2) acres, more or less,
lying on waters of P'eachiland cr'eek,
boun tded by iiandcs of' C. i2. IPitts, Perry
Su llivan,~l public r'oad, Tr'macts No. 2 and
31 of said estate.
'Tract No. 2. Containing for'ty-nlne
and1( th ree-f'ourtihs (49) 3--i) acres, m~ore
or less, lying 01n wa'ter' of McKnight
bra nch, boun tded by 1 lnds of .1. 0. Sul
livant, (C. W. Taylor, 'illy3 llabb, pub
lic road, Tracts No. t and 3 of saidc
Tiract No. 3. Containing forty-nine
and1( onec-fouthi (49 1 -1) acre'ds.* more 01r
less, lying (on wateris of P eachland1(
win,. imbli1 c road(, Tra'lcts No. I and 2
of said estate.
Tr'act No. 41. COnltinin g tirty3'-onle
and1( onle-fourthl (31 1 -4) acres more or'
less, lying on waters of Peoa('hland
('reek an bound01 ited biy landmcs of Perry'
Sumllivan, H P public road, 'T'racts No. 1 and
5 (of 8said estate.
Tiract. No. 5. Containing forty'-foutr
(-i4) acres, more 0o' less, lyintg 01n wa
ter's of Peacilan11d creek, b~oundedo( by
lands(1 of .iohn Putnam, WV. P. Hald
win, imbllic road,! Tlract No. i of said(
liats mlay lbe seen ai.: the ofilcee of
J1. ii. Sullivan'si store.
10achI tract is well located and wias
subl-dilvidedl with a vi1ew~ as to building
sites Oin11 public road,* ti illable ld, wa
ter' and1( pasture antd woodilan~d, anid
arme in easy reachl of chulrches and1(
schiools, about two m11l1s fr'om Ralbun
Creek churchci and1( 011e mile fr'om I len
der'sonville chlurch, two miles0 fr'om
'Tuml in1g Shoalis .\ illIs and two millos
from I liCkory Tavei'n's ne0w 'onsoli
dIated schiool5, wi th a daily I'llrll Imlai
''Trms of sale: OHne-irid cashl, bal
ance inl t wo (equa1l installlments du1 r'e
sp'ct ively one1 an td t wo yearis aifter'I dite
of sale, tile credit imortion to beart ini
terest at the rate of eightt per cenlt. per'
annum1 it~, palyalble 11anually, an ld to be0
scu'IIred by bond11 of tile pur tchlaser' and1
mortgago of the prom1ises 51(d, tile
biond~ to pr'ovide for' ten pet' cenit. lt
tor'ney's fees In the event of collection
biy sutit or by attorney, with leave,
hlowever, to tile lputrchaser to pay hlis
ent ire bid ill cash. The b~ond of tile
purchlaser' for the credit por'tion shlail
also ptrovide thlat in thle event tile fIrst
install ment is nlot ipaid whenl due, thait
thle entire b~ond shall become dule and1(
payablle. P'urchlaser to pay for paper's.
if thlq terms of thle sale are nlot coim
plied with, thme land to be0 re-soldl on
same ot' somel subsequent salesday on
salmne terms at risk of defaultIng pur
.11 (lIOD SULalIVAN,
10xecutor of tile IEstate of Mrs. MallInda
C. Kay. deceased.
Dre 10th, 191'3--.4t
By the use of Roy
great many more az
readily made at ho
licious, and econo
variety and attracti
The "Iloyal Bake
receipts for all
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8 STATE PRESS COMMENT. 8
The Anderson Speech.
One of the most significant utter
ances, or series of utterances in re
cent years was the governor's speech
in Anderson. In it he departed from
his established custom of construc
tive ideas and launched into criti
cism, unusual in its character, and
far reaching in its scope. Several
'start'ling new issues were run in.
Among these were the opponent's
onti re unfitness; the candidate's
eminent qualifications; government
for friend; and the negro. But by
far the most signifleant p.art of the
speech was the criticism of President
Wilson. Coming at this t!me, when
the 'lexican press is also loud in de
nunciation, it is feared that the An
derson speech will weaken the whip
hand the President holds over Con
gress and seriously impede legisla
tion which the President hoped to get
enacted. So far the administration
has taken no ollicial notice of the
speech; but this reticence may be but
a thin cloak to cover inward quak
ings. It is known that the President
has had several conferences since the
Anderson speech with those high up
in administrative 'circles, but it is
impossible at present to say positively
that there is any connection between
the two. Also it is too early to get
the L(ondon and Continental papers,
and just what attitude they will take
cannot be predicted at this' distance.
llowever, all who listened to the
speech admit that it. was startling
unusual, and that nothing like it ...
been heardl in South Carolina before.
.SI('k, 801'11 STOMA(01I
Tilime it!-"Pa'ipe's Diapeips in" imaskes
your uphset, bioiited stolmalch feel
line in floe minutes.
"lteally dloes" iput stomach in or
de r-" reallIy does" overcome indlIges
tion, dlyspepsia, gas, heartburn and
sou renss in five mlinutes-that-just
Llhat-'makes Papie's Dilapepsini the lar
gest selling stomach regulator in tile
worldl. if what you eat. -fermlents in
to stubborn liumips, you belch gas iand
eriictate sour1, uindigest~(d food and1(
acid ; head is dizzy qnd. 'ach~s; breath
foul I; tonigue coatedl;t tilr Insides 11ll
ed wvithi bil e aniid iin igestible1( waste,
remiembiier the miomi lit "P'ape's Dia
lidpsini" comes(1 ini contact withl the sto
maclh nll such dlistress vaniisheCs. it's
truly nstonishing-anlmost marvelous,
andl the joy it its harmlessness.
A lagre fifty-cenit case of Pape's
l)aipepsmin i give you a hundred
dlollars' worth of satisfaction or your
it's worth its weight ini gold to meni
andl women whio can't get their stomn
achs reglanted.~ It belongs in your
ho(tmie--should alway'i3s be kept handy
in case of a sick, sour, upset stomach
duirinig the (lay or night It's the
iuickost, surest and~ most harmless
stomach Octor' in the worldl.
Toilet Sets all Prices.
Djer Kiss E
On the Square
al Baking Powder a
ticles of food may be
ne, all healthful, de
rnical, adding much
veness to the menu.
r and Pastry Cook,"
kinds of baking
Co., Now York.
Lanrens Man to Run for Railroad
Colunbia, Dec. 8.-"I expect to be
in the race for railroad commissioner"
said John H. Wharton of Laurens,
former member of the State senate,
who was in 'Columbia yesterday on
his way to Bennettsville to attend the
annual State Baptist convention.
Mr. Wharton said that the commit
tee having in charge the selection of
a site for the 'Baptist hospital 'in Co
lumbia would meet Tuesday morning
and that a decision would probably be
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es; immediately begin the use of 'Pa
risian Sage. The first application re
moves. the dandruff, cobls and 'invig
orates the scalp, and increases the
beauty of the hair by making it soft
Parisian Sage supplies hair needs. It
is delicately perfumed-not sticky or
greasy. Surely try a 50c bottle.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
Notice of Annual Meeting.
The, annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Standard Building and
Loan Association will be held in the
omRce of the Peoples Loan and I'lx
change Bank on Tuesday, Dec. 16th,
at 4. o'clock.
W. R. McCuen,
Sec. and Troas.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how longstanding,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Ilenlng Oil, It relieves
Pain and Heals at the sanme time. 25c, 50c, $1.00
'Thie Laurens Floral Company has
beeni formed to grow and sell eut and
ipot flowers. Until hothmouses, etc., cau
he built and plants grown, arrange
mienits have been made to supply the
tradle from elsewhere. For the prey
ent, all ordiers will be filled if left at
Poweo Drug C'ompanly.
Cut Flowers, Pot Flowers, Wedding
Designs, etc. PoI setthas a Speeialty.
Flower.'on Display at
Powe Drug Co.
or Phone 181 or 280
Laurens Floral Co.
- $1.00 to $5.00
Sets - $1.00 to $3.00
- '25c to $3.50
'ipes and Cigars:
Lanrenn, S. C