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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. G. M. Harlan of Lanford, was
a. visitor here Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Teague, of New
berry, are spending several days in
Miss Louise Fleming, of Greenwood,
is in the city -assisting her brothers
during the Christmas rush.
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Young, of Gaff
ney, are spending the holidays with
Mr. andl Mrs. Geo. H. Young.
Mr. Gus Hart, instructor at the Uni
versity of South Carolina, is visiting
relatives during the holidays.
Miss Nellie Wallace, of Atlanta, is
visiting relatives and friends In the
city for the Christmas holidays.
Dr. Knox Simpson, of Jacksonville,
arrived in the city several days ago
to spend the holidays with relatives.
All of the school boys and school
girls have arrived in the city to en
joy the Christmas holidays with home
Mr. and Mrs. Stobo J. Young are
visitling Mr. Young's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. I. Young, on North harper
Mrs. Lamar Smith and children are
spending several days of the holidays
with Mrs. J. T. Montgomery, of Spar
Mr. and Mrs. Badger Bowen and
children, of Toledo, 0., are spending
tho' holidays In the city with relatives
Mr. R. E. Thompson's many friends
'will be glad to know that he is almost
well again and expects to 'be .back at
work in a few days.
Mr. J. H. Wolff was here Friday. Ills
daughter, Miss Martha Wolff, who is
attending Limestone college, came In
from Gaffney and returned home with
Mr. H. F. Tumblin, of Ora, one of the
long tlne subscribers of The Adver
tiser, was a visitor in the city yes
terday. By long time 's not intended
long credit, however, for Mr. Tumblin
pays up on the "dot" and a little
FLEES FROM FIRES
Mr. C. P. W. Sullivan, Former Manager
of the King Hotel, Leaves Building
When Series of Fires are Started.
(almden, )ec. 20.-Following several
near fires in the old Camden hotel
building, Mr. C. P. W. Sullivan and
'family moved to their home on North
Broad street Saturday morning. Fire
WILS discovered in a small room on the
first floor of the hotel building last
riday night and had gained quite a
' bit of headway before the firemen
reached the place. A good deal of the
furniture from the low(r floor was
gotten out and some iaim:ge lone by
water. This being about tlhe fifth time
the building had taken fire in the past
few weeks, Mr. Silli"nn though' it in
wise to remain longer and as notice
had been given that the building was
soon to be torn down, he thought it a
good time to get awvay. No one has as
yet been able to account for the nut
morons fiires in the building.
NEW OFFICERS~ ELECTED.
Laurens County Mledical Society Held
Regular Meetiing Laist Monday.
The Laurens County Medical asso
ciation held its recgular monthly meet
ing in the office of Dr. J1. Hi. Tengue
Monday morning. New omicers were
eleted for another yeai' as follows:
President, 0. F. Klugh, ,Ci'oss Hil1l;
Vice-PresIdent, Dr. Isador'e Schayer',
Laurens; Secretary-Trecasur'er, Dr. J.
D). Austin, Clinton; Reporter, Dr. J. L.
Fennell, Waterloo; hoard of Censors,
Dr. A. J. 'Christopher, Dr. R. El. Hughes
and Di'. Hi. W. Bailey.
A numbler of othei' iimpoi'tant mat
ters wer'e discussed after the election
of ofmiers. Dr. Bearden wvas appoigt
ed to r'ead a paper at the Januai'y
Constipatlon Poisons You.
If you are constipated, your entire
mrystem is poisoned -by the waste mat
t(,r kept in the body--serious results
often follow. Use Di'. King's New
Life Pills and~ you will noon get id of
constipation, headache and other troul
-blos. 25c ait Driuggists or by mail. II.
El. Bucklon & 'Co., Phila. and St. Lauis.
Card of Thaniiks.
Macon, GIa., Dec. 3rd, 1913.
Editor The Advertiser:
Please allow me space in your pa
per to express imly appreciation to
triends and neighbors, in r'escueing
my dear wife aihi children from the
flames of our burning home Thursday
morning, Nov. 20th, and for the fine
werk of the fire department, together
'with Mr. Hlanco Crows who usned the
big hose from the postoffice in fighting
Robt. F. Sexton.
Cured of Liver Conmplaint.
"I was suffei'ing with liver com
plaint," says Iva Smith of Point Blank,
Trexas, "and de~cided~ to try a 25c box
of Chamberlain's Tablets, and am hap
py to say that I nm comploehey cure-.i
&nd can recommendl them to every
*ne." For sale by all Deal a.
* WATERLOO LETTER. *
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Waterloo, Dec. 22.-Cadets Langdon
Long and Fred H1. Pearce of the Cit
adel are at home for the holidays.
Miss Annie Liddell will leave this
week for Lowndesville, to spend the
holidays with her home beople.
Mr. J. Frank Anderson cleft list
week for Lincolnton, N. C., where on
Wednesday evening he was married to
Miss Myrtle Alexander of that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson reached Wa
ter Thursday night and are receiving
the congratulations of scores of
Prof. and Mrs. J. H. Shealy of Sa
luda, are in town with relatives.
The many friends of Miss Minnie
Winn will be glad to hear that she .is
now convalescing from a severe at
tack of typhoid fever.
Prof. W. P. Culbertson of Cross Hill
was greeting friends in the city on
Mrs. John Leach and little daugh
ter of lickory Grove are visiting the
family of Mr. J. E. Henderson.
Mr. W. C. Wharton who recently
piirnased the Roberson place near
town, is doing considerable building
and otherwise improving this valuable
Prof. and Mrs. Yarboro will leave
this week for Saluda, to spend, the
Mir. J. R. Anderson, one of our en
ergetic farmers, planted an acre in
turnips in the early fall and the crop
is just now ready for market. I'or
the past week Mr. Anderson has beei
gathering and shipping turnips to
several wholesale houses in Green
wood, Laurens, Columbia and Green
ville. Mr. Anderson c'alculates that
this acre will make over two car loads
of turnips and will net him about
$200.00. The variety of turnips plant
ed was the white globe.
Invitations have been issued to the
marriage of Mrs. Jennie Anderson
Smith to Mr. C. II. McChesney of Co
lumbia on Tuesday, Dec. 30th, at the
bride's home In Waterloo.
A wedding of much interest to their
many friends was that of Mr. Clifton
Brownlee, of Warrior Creek, and Miss
Lillie Owens of Barksdale, which
event occurred in Spartanburg Dec. 8.
This young couple have host of friends
throughout the county who are con
gratulating them and wishing for
them a long, happy and prosperous
The following invitations, announc
ing the approaching marriage of two
young members of prominent Laurens
county families, have been received in
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie G. Patterson
announce the marriage
of their (laughter
on Tuesday, Dceimber twenty tl-ird
Nineteen hlundlred and thirteen
ban ford, Southi Carol ina.
Keel) thle bowels active and regular
ifyou would enjoy health. Dr. M. A.
Simmons' Vegetable Liver Medicine is
an excellent 'medicine for that purpose.
It never dlisappoin11ts. Ask f' - the tin
blox with the picture of D~r. M. A. Sim
mons on the front panel. Price 25c.
Sold b~y all Druggists.
SEEK PAltDON FOIl CARLISLE.
F. IH. Dominuick, (1. (. Blense and
Carlisle Seek Pardon for Milton
Washington, D)ec. 21.-Frederick HI.
Dominick, Sheriff Cannon G. iBlease
and Mr. Carlisle of Newvberry, failed
Saturday to see the presidlent in an ef
fort to obtain a contlelte palrdonl for
M. A. Carlisle of Newberry, now serv
ing a year in the Newborry jail.
Mr. Carlisle was convicted in the
Federal court, and sentenced to flvo
years in tihe Federal penitentiary at
Atlanta for connection with a bank
failure in Newberry. On acconunt of
the mitigating circuipstances, Prcsi
dlent Wilson redulced tile senltenlce to
a year in thle Newvberry jail.
Sample Size Bottle of Swamnp-Root.
1Nnclosa tell cents to Dr. K.ilmer &
Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sam~lple~
size bottle b~y Parcels t'ost-it should1(
ceive a booklet of\ yh luable~ informa
tion, tolling all adut tile kidlneys.
Wh~en writing be sure and~ men~itionl
tile Laitrens Weekly Advertiser.
Suddenly Tauken Off.
Mr. .Jimmle Wood, a wvell known andl
slubst~anltial farmer of the Ware Shloals
section, diied sudidenly at hlis home
Monday mnornin~g about nline o'clock.
Tie had previoulsly been in good hecalth,
so his death came as a great shoeck to
his family and friends, lHe leaves a
wife and a large family to mourn his
Now is theo t1-me to hlave that family
group madie while all tile family arc
at home. We will be at your service
eithler In ouri studio or at your home.
Telephlone Mr. Oliver' at Mc2ordl's Stu
You have read Chr
Rocker, or the
found a py
Dining Tables in Fumed, Ear
lish or Golden Oak, and in Mi
$10.50, $12.50, $10.50, $19.50,
$29.50 and up.
Beautiful Odd Dressers in O
hogany or Maple from $9.50 t
Chifforobes in Oak or Maho
$22.50 and $25.00.
Come and look th
* NEWS FR'IOM JONES. '
.Jones, D~ec. 22.--All of our 1people
sympiathiizo with Mir. WV. H. IHughes
in the loss he sustained in the recent
hburning of his store and entire stock
WVe cordially welcome Messrs llall
Brissey and others who have miovedl
into our midst.
RWe are indebted to Messrs Odel11, .
R. McNinch, W. HI. Moore, Jloel A.
Smith, John Knight. J. J. iDallas, Jlohni
TI. Davis, Hon J. T. Morrison, .J. A.
H1111 andl W. HI. Hughes for recent
Weo recently met the followving
friend1s: Judge Trussell or Hlonca
Path, JTohn Hiudgens, of Laurens, TI.
R. Bllackwell of Due WVest, Wistar
Culbortson, of E'komi, and Mr. C. C.
Cobb, of Bolton.
Mr. Frank Mattison, of Pelton, v'is
ited his daughter, Mrs. J1. A. Morrison
We are indebtedl to Supervisor .Jas.
McCombs) and Commissioner (1. Ii.
Riley for working our roads so well.
Mr. Jasper Medlock who has been
residing in Mississippi for 10 or 12
years, has returned to his native state
to make it his home.
Prof. J. C. Cork, of Rock 1H1l1, spent
a few days wvith us last week visiting
his brother, .James andl looking after
his interests in general.
Miss Daisy Hughes has accepted a
position in Ware Shoals Mfg Co's.
Mi's. E. N. Martin, of Fairfleld, Mrs.
0. WV. Jenkins, of Columbia, and Miss
as Lillian and Belle Jlones are at home
with their parents, Dri. and Mrs. WVil
lie TI. Jones for the holidays.
lHon. R. A. Cooper,. of Laurens, ad
(renssnr1 the WV. 0. W. at Ware Shoals
stmas Gifts 1
istmas Books and Christri
Christmas Table, is as r<
ice for it in your home.
ome and gone. It's usefu
finds you constantly of tl
$23.50, Couches with guar
- .7,e snu
ak, Ma- Beautiful Ded-1ol
ip. price you may wa
gany at $12.50, $12.90, $1!
rough our stock. You
nake lasting gifts for e
E. H. WI
Mliss Mary Jones of Columbia is vis
iting her parents9, Dr. and Mrs. WV.
Born to M\r. and Mrs. IEarle ..Caine
on Dec. 22, a son.
Dr. WV. T. JIones wishes to return
thanks to all of his friendls, white and
colored, for the kind favors they have
bestowved uiponi hinm the year soon to
Horn to Mr's. Clarence Crouch, on
D~ec. 19th, a son.
Don't forget the Christmas tree on
Christmas (lay at 2 o'clock, p. m.
In concluding our last letter to TPhe
Advertiser, we wish the Editors, print
cirs, correspondents andl readers a
happy Christmas andl priosper'ous 191-I.
(Californ ia Womain Serloously Al amed
"A short time ago I contracted a
severe coldl which settled Oin my1 lungs
andl caused me a great (deal of' annoy
anice. I, would have bad coughing
spells and my lungs were so sore and
inflamed I began tp he seriously alarm
ed. A friend recommned Chamher
laln'sj Cough itemedy, saying she had
usedi it for year's. I bought a hottle
and~ it. relieved my cough the flrat night
and1( in a week I was rid of the cold
andl soreness of my lungs," writes
MIss Marie Gorbor, Sawtellc, Cal. For'
salo by all Doalers.
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & .TODD
At tornecys at Lnw
Enterprise Bank Bud/ding, Laurce, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Woney to loan on Real Estate-Lonag
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Curo.
The worst cases. no nmatter of htow long standing,
are cured by the wonderfuil, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic lienlin.g Oil. It relieves
Pain nn nals at the rnmo im e 25o, Sti $lO
the Year Roi
ias Flowers are withered,
gal and as atTractive as ti
It endures after many
ihess is inexhaustible anc
e generosity of the giver
unteed Oak frames,
o9.90, $12.50, $13.u0 Fine D
in Furniture at any China
it to lay. $11.7iI
China Dinner Sets
will find hundreds of i
very member of the fa
LKES & CO!
* TYLERSVHJLLE DOTS. *
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Tyleorsville, D~ee. 22.--llThe weat her
being so intelleent tihe people spett'
Runday b~y the firesidec.
Miss Fannie P'oole, of Lander col
Ilego, is spending her hiol iday vaca.
lion with homeofolks.
Mr. William Peterson, of Wofford
college, is at home for' the hol idays.
Mir. W. Ii. (Clark, of Greenwood,
spet the week-end~ with relatives
Miss Grace Poole, of C'onfederate
college, Charleston, is at home for the
Miss Lillie Peterson came home Sat
uirdlay to spend the holidays with home
Mr. F1urman iiPoole spenit the week
endl ini Greenville.
Among the businoss vlsitor's fromt
bore who were inH14 Laurents Saur iiiday,
were Messrs. Marvini Sanders, TP. P.
Poole, WVillinm el'terson, George Pulh
ley and G. W. Clhardy.
Miss Lydie Peterson was in 1Lau
S'TOP-- LOOi(-1lISTE N.
Th'loiund 'I %w Xi Using WyonderfuiilLiv..
er Riemtedy fromi Hot Springs, Ar
There's a better remedly for' consti
pntion, hivetr anad stoinh trouble l.h an
dlangerous calomel, Thousands are
praising gentle, s91-0 Hot Springs TAlV
or Huttonts. /
Make you feel fIn~e-quickly cloe upl
sallowv skin and banish malaria andl
hieadnehe- 'iThey are a fine ttnica nd
qick ly pu1 ttan edge on your a ppet.l to.
25 cents at. till druggists.
Hot Springs TLiver Buttons H ot
Springs Rhteumiatism Remedy and H ot
Springs Blood emedyarec soldl it
But the Christmas
te morning you
I it re
ivenports $18.50 up to $10.00
llosets in all finishes from
rds and Buffets in all finishes
3.50 u 1).
)ther articles that
"WHAT TO GIVE?"
Is the question that is
WE H AVE THE ANSWER
Our years of experience in
suppl yin'g Wedding Gifts that
Please will help) us to -guide
you. 'Gifts of dlistinction and
Refinemenct in Pickardi's Hand
IEveryting desirale in Silver
ware and Cut Glas',
fL[ ING BROIIIRS
Piles! Piles! Piles!
GBR1a',md N I1 DiRmen .1 cur