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LOCA D NAL M N.
Mr. H' L. 8 ife of Clinton wile a
business visitor here yesterday.
Mr. .J. H. Campbell, of Cross Hill,
was a visitor in the city Thursday.
Mr. Thob. I Swygert spent several
days of last week in Columbia on busi
Mrs. B. K. Humphries spent several
day4 of last week with relatives in
Mrs. Dr. Weaver, of Lake- City, is
spending seVeral weeks in the city
with her sister, Mrs. Fleming Smith.
Mr. Dick Fuller, a student at the
University in Columbia, spent the
week-end in the city with his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Fuller.
Mr. J. j. Herring of Cleveland,
Tenn., has been spending several
days hero as the guest of Mr. J. F.
Miss Carrie Connor, of Ferguson,
spent aeveral days last week in the
14ty with the Misses Simpson' on East
Miss Lyda Rudd, of Cross 11111, left'
a few days ago on a two weeks' trip
to the northern markets to buy spring
aillinery and other ladies goods.
.Miss Lillie Miller. who has been sick
at her home here for about ten days,
has. returned to Woodruff to take up
her duties in the school of that place.
Mr. B. A. Sullivan returned several
days ago from St. Louis, where he
went to secure shoe samples. -prepara
tory to going on the road this season.
Mr. E. V. Ferguson who underwent
an operation for appendicitis in Spar
tanburg several weeks ago, returned
home Wednesday much improved in
Mr. 'P. L. Abrams, of the Poplar
Springs community, accompanied by
his daughter, Miss Annie Lizzie, were
In the city, yesterday consulting the
Mr. W. L. Gray went to Spartanburg
Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr. W.
11. 'Burnett, who was buried on that
day. Mr. Gray acted as one of the
honorary pall bearers.
.Mr. Frank McCravy, who is making
his home in. Anderson where he holds
a.responsible bank position, spent the
week-end in the city with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. McCravy.
Misses Marie Philpob, Kathleen
Wilkes, Julia Henderson and Julia
Childress, students at Wintlirop col
'lege, spent the week-end in the city
with their parents. They returned
'Mrs. Mollie Nash, who has been liv
ing a few miles north of the city on
the Gray Court road, left Thursday for
Atlanta where she will in the future
'nake her %oame with her brother, Mr.
R. A. Jorcs.
Miss Vivian Huff, of Chicora College,
accompanied by her schoolmates, Miss
es Azile Boazman, Nan McCrary and
Cecil Owings, spent the week-end in
.the city with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Messrs. Phil and Otis Huff, of Wof
ford college, spent the 'week-end in
the city with their parent5, Mr. and
Mrs. Aug. Huff. They were accom
'panied by their college mates, 'Messrs.
.Renoff Kirkwood and Anthony Fuller.
*Mr. W. W. Jones, wno has been very
Ill at his home in this .city for some
days, was reported yesterday as being
-alightly better. He was able to take
and retain light nourishment. His
'numerous friends have been very un
eas? about his condition which at
times has been very unsatisfactory.
, New Store Opened.
As advertised in the last issue of
this -paper, the 'Capitol Woolen Mills
opened their branch store in this city
in the Bank of Laurens building Sat
urday. Louis Fine, the district, man
ager for the company, has' been in
the city for several days during the
opening week and -stated that he was
very much -pelased with the business
on the opening days. The tirm is
making a sp~ecial introductory offer
which can be found elsewhere in this
A HAPPY CHILD IN
JUST A FEW HOURtS
When cross, constipated or If feverish
give "California Syrup of Figs" then
Mothers can rest easy after giving
"California Syrup of iFigs," because in
a few hours'all the clogged--up wvaste,
sour bile andl fermenting food gently
moves out of the bowels, and you have
a well, playful child again. Children
simply will not tak the ti d from
tlay to empty their oesand they
becom~e tightly packet, livej gets slug
gish and stomach di rd ed.
When cross, feverisb estless, see if
'tongue is coated, then give this deli
-cious "Fruit laxative." Children love
it, and it cannot cause injury. No dif
ference what ails your little one-if
full of cold, or a sore throat, diarrhoea,
utomschache, bad breath,. remember, a
'gentle "inside cleansing" should, al
'ways be the first treatment given. I"'ull
directions for babies, child-ren of all
ages famd grown-ups are printed on
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask
your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of
"California Syrup of Figs," then look
carefully and see that it Is ma'de by the
"California Fig Syrup Company." We
ilnake smaller size. Hand back with
antomt nne othar dg =yrnn.
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NEWS FROX YOUNGS, *
Youngs, Feb. 23.-We had. an oyster
iupper at You'lgs high sohool last
tuesday nightfor the .benefit of the
Ichool and, realized fifteen dollars not
Mr. W. Z. Williams gave the young
)eople of this community a play Fri
lay .night at his residence. This was
tlso for the benefit of the school. A
1mall sum'of money was raised.
Our pastor, Rev. W. B. Justus, filled
is regular appointment- at Bramletts
resterday. Among those present we
vere -glad to see several of our form
r teachers, 'Misses Madge Harris and
urin Addison who taught our school
ast year and are now teaching the
Priendship school, and Miss Annie
"utnam who was with us three years
tgo and is now teaching the Center
The sick of the neighborhood are
eoported as being better.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Cox were 'in
iaurens Saturday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Wingo, formerly
)f Woodruff, but now living in this
;ection, -visited Mrs. Wingo's father,
6r. J. J. Manly yesterday.
Mr. H. H1. Abercrombie went to Co
umbia one day last week.
Underwent Operation in Atlanta.
Miss Pearl Medlock, who has been
n the Wesley Memorial Hospital of
ktlanta, Ga., over a year in training,
underwent an operation for appendici
is a week ago. She is improving
-apidly and hopes to be moved to the
tome of her brother, Dr. W. A. Med
ock, of Atlanta, in another week. Miss
Jora Medlock, of Merna, will probably
o. to Atlanta the latter part of this
veok to be with her sister, and ac
.ompany her home for a short vaca
ion. They are the daughters of Mr.
ind Mrs. W. F. Medlock, of this coun
y and sisters of Mrs. Arthur Taylor,
A this city.
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
is mercury will surely destroy the
onse of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
hrough the mucous surfaces. Such
irticles should never be used except
>i-p rescriptions from reputable phy
icians, as the damage.they will do is
ten fold to the go91"ou can possibly
lerive from tho. Hall's Catarrh
Jure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
9 Co., Toledo, 0., confains no tmer
.ury, and is taken internally, acting
firectly upon the blood and mucous
urfaces of the system. In# buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get
the genuine. It is taken intern-ally
nd made in Toledo, Ohio by F. J.
Dhenoy & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by druggists. Price 75c per bot
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Entertained Carolina Boys.
The members of the Carolina Glee
Iub were the guests at a dinner party
Wonday evening. The young men
vero the guests of Mr. Dick Fuller,
vno is a Carolina man. A delightful
Lurkey dinner was served.
See the Babies!
An innovation in picture show
musements is being put on at the
-pera house Tuesday, Wednesday and
rhursday of this week. An experienc
d photographer is giving slide views
-f a "passel" of pretty babies of this
~ity in connection with local scenes.
ieautiful homes and modern business
ouses of this city have -been "pho
Loed" and .put on slides, makcing alto
ethuer a very effective and interest
ng combiniation. Tomorrow night will
be the last night that these will be
nhown, so those who wish to see them
ad beetter attend today or tomorrow.
Laurens Lodge K. of P.
There will be a regular convention
)f Laurens Lodge No. 43, K. of P. onI
fionday night, March *2. There will
e work in the first degree. It is re
luested that there be a large attend
-- are curable. All kind.
danger. 'he CAUSF
isa dy. internal.
eite produco ardasing, r4at by attackiang the
NTERNA L CA USE. The lee are dried up and
~ermanently cured. 24 day.' treatment, $1.00.
>R. LEONHARDT CO., nlufaalo N. Y. (free k) -k
oeld by ILauren. Drug Ce. and all dru~ggistu,
dmpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneyg t Law.
Wmt predeo in aui stae courts.
=u=p attentin givento all busness.
Have you overworke4 your nervous sys
eim and caused trou le with your kid
es and bladder? nyve you pains in1
ems, side, back ~n bladder? Have you
fiabby appearah 'of the face, and un
erw the eyes? A quent desire to pass
rmne? If so. Wilil ns'- Kidney P111a will
ujre you-Djtugglst, Puce 50c.
'IJJLAMS MFO,C0., Prop.., Cleveland, Ohio
LAURENS DRUG 00,.
Laurens. 8. 0,
Your Home be Brightened Up Wit
Nothing would give more pleasure the
your Dining Room if you had it fitted up wi
a great line ready for your inspection. Our
and will give a lifetime of service.
Our Spring showing includes all the la
invite you to come and see our display. Ou
S. M.' E. H. W
GLEE CLUB A SUCCESS.
THE RURAL POACE. Carcilina Boys Puln Off Good Show
* ..*.. .. .. *. OHere Last Monday.
B~efore a crowdcedl house the Carolina
ditor The Advertiser: Gleo Club and Orchestra layed hero
Seeing in your last issue a discus- last Monday la the opera house. The
ion of the Rural Police question, boys from the university hav gotten
hought I would express my opinion. together an especially entertaining
I 'believe the best people of thisp a t f
ounty are really in favor of the rural Mxdywsagetht h ign
orco if mianaged properly. wsfn n h cigi h hr
Our delegation should recommendcoeywsxelntTeorhta
rood sober men who will (10 their work frihdavr laiglato h
earlessly and impartially. If these porm h ntuetlslit
>rinciples are enforced there will beredinslctosfvryhgqu
>etter times. It is the guilty and the iy
awBessrwho crowded thesrural Carolcn.
"A Ctize." eHrluban BOrcstra Ecleaydhr
tOrlethan Lasesc"ay dotrad-n
COSTIV 1-CACAE prvisedme and ty 'rfobmancemher
-~ Moal. wase atgret hot.sThe sint-n
~Ick hadach, fladBreat, So s men and the aesing in thebshorts
Stomch, ean iverand owel cema edya eall). Te orhesnt
Clogge-Clea up Tofuhts e am very pIeasing daof thsae
Ion SalowSki an MserbleI-adphuora, btch instrumesa soloemt
ree ole rm oli ie ndesrin ueecinsghtlyrysorghqa..
awlech who becose the rurah poi. oxtdy uaate. l rg
stick fouladach, bad breath, Se our
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Fgugood To onths. Bad lenate, endiStaeootaoia
sln waomow takein acao and CountyabfleaHead
ches comep thr astorch, liver and 1 .G hmsn rbt Joe
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tomeach, tobome Don' forgetithei-iomt rnthmLteso
hsted foodthich litl i nd eents mnsraino h ett n f
kiinmet fe ii, eveyhn daethaaetht he einsa
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owels regatwed, adt neve kour a udntbegatd
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ema emedens , wo Cuseve un- URDO ORS UUSA A
Dro Gnto our store today, justotobta.
h One of Our Dining Room Suits?
Ln to take your company in and show them
th one of our handsome outfits. We have
Dining Room Furniture is splendidly built
test finishes in Oak and Mahogany. We
r prices will please you.
Lkes & Company
Suit . Overcoat
Made to order
No less than $18
o Normore than$20
No other tailor
oThe Big Tailors m0uliat
~ $25 to $30
It will pay you to wear Ferguson f
& McKinney Shirts. Guaranteed
to be full size, neat Poker Dots f
and Stripes. Only 50 cents. f
0 Learn The Way.
SWITZER COMVP ANY
is cheaper an better thatn buy- +'
ing a new checaply b)uilt buggy.
You can have no idea how we
can restore an oldi buggy or oth
I \or carriago to nowness. Gjet our
estimate for eeng yor n
.' J. D. SEXTON & SON-.yu okt ot.
*4 'LAUIRF.NS, S