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The T.ouverrpe T adie Pppi ari Ot chestra. vwith ''Believe Me" at the Ope Ioue
criday, Nov, mber 6. They 4hy a free enerf on the tre, a. > V u
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* DIALS NE~WS. *
1)laIs, Nov. '2.--The play at Gray
Court Friday evening was largely at
tended by our young people, all of
whom reported a nice time.
Mrs. S'mith Boyd and little daughteI
have returned to their home in Geen-,
wood, after I pleasint visit with Mrs.
H. Y. Si'nmions and family.
Miss Sallie Brownlee spent several
(lays last week, with her sister Mrs.
W. S. Bolt of Hendersonville.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Rt. Brooks attend
ed the fair at Columbia last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Pred Switzer, who
have been residing in Laurens for the
past several months are now with the
Mr. James Roberson of lonea Path,
is at the home of his parents now, sick
yith typhoid fever. Lie is getting on
nicely however. and we hope tor him
a speedy recovery.
Misses Jewell Cury and Marie Cur
ry of Lander, came upI Saturday on a
visit of several dlays with Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Curry and Mrs. Ida Curry
Mr. andi Mrs. John Abererombie and
son, Miss Luree Abererombie. Miss
Sallie Brownlee, Messrs 1. M. Ilellams.
Harris Curry and Arthur Harris were
visitors in Laur'ens Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. 1). Harris visited
Mrs. Mary Ann Balle and family in
Laurens last week.
Mrs. Davenport and daughter, -Eun
ice, of Belton, were recent visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Lditle Abererombie and
family spent Sunday. with Mr. John
Roherson and fa mily.
irs. .1. T. (illesple and eh'ldren of
Greenville, spent Ihe w(ek-eniid with
'' Mr. iirris Vurry an d fa, ily.
Mrs. Iattie Willis, Townes Willis.
and Master .John. of Owings, were' vis
Itors of Mi. Isaae Owing.s and fan.ily
-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Owiings and
children of omitan iInn, were Stn
day visitors of Mr. Arthur Hi rrs and
Mr. Shell Owings is oni a visit to his
mother, \irs. Neenie Owings now.
Miss Nell M,,'aII wa\s tihe W .I . .0
guest of Misses Fannie and Sallie
Miss Emma Harris has returned
from a visit of several days with rela
tives in Laurens.
Mr. William Gray of Gray Court and
Mr. C. F. Brooks of Laurens, spent
Sunday with Mrs. L S. Brooks.
* RABUIN NEWS, *
Rabun, Nov. 2.-Mrs. Mamie Allen
and Nannie Kate Armstrong, of lau
rens, were visiting in this and hterna
and Eden communities last week.
Miss Alli0 Babb, after sPending the
sumi;imer months in Ash'ville, ret uned
to her home last 'Tueslday.
Mr. 1Ladie Bolt. and fa.'nily of IHen
dersonville section visit'd Mrs. Pleas
I;olt and family Satulrday night and
Mr. ZAb Vaneo and family of Owings
spent. Sunday with Mrs. LIzzlo Cheek.
M1rs. Melvina Abererombie is vis;it
Ing, her dia iglier Mis. 'anI Willis of
Gceorgia who is seriously sick.
Mr. Archie Ow:ings, (ay Cour't R.
F. D. I carrier, attended service at
Misses Nannie Ka to lludgens and
10sther Fowler of iaurenls. sient Sat
urday night and R10unday with Misses
Ruet. and Martha Wolff.
Mr. Furiman Coleman of Woodruff
visited Mr. Laurens Mahon S'turday
niighib andt Sunday.
Mi'. Clatude Wasson and fami'y spent
'2unday w ''h Mi's. Rebecca ,)v'.n,
A iinmb r e'I the yourg Jeople at
t(nndedl the 5,::ablo at Miss (Co a ..
lock s fahuu'aiay night.
\li'. Haorley Abercromble was nin a'
rens Saturday on 'business.
Mr. Anderson Abercromibio of Hick
ory Tavern section spent Saturday
night at thie home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Solomon Mahaffey of Eden soe
tiont spent Sunday with Mr. -Dennis
*JON SS NEWg. *
Jones, Nov'. 2.---NIrs. Earle M. Caine
andi Mastei' Jones Caine are visiting
Mrs. (I. W. Jenkins in Columbia.
Miss Anniae H ughecs lias returined
frem a pleasant visit to relatives and
friends in Anderson.
Mrs. (I. L. Grmham anti school took
in'the fair a. Greenwood Friday. They
report a royal time.
Mr. .T. A. Arnolil of Waterloo. wnn~ In
a visit to Florence.
Sihe':1 llo.1ham 1 :' Lander
College. Spewt the weelk-eld w hh l
.\lr. Archie.l DAllas of Corbin. Ky., is
on a visit to his parenuts, Rev. and
.\r.. A.L. DaIllas.
.\lesa Walter AL., Frank P., and
George W. .loncs attended the "wild
Wt"C. show in (Ireenwood last' Wed
Mr. Toi Irvin of liurens is on a
visit to lis; grandpnarents, lion. and
Mirs. .1. F. Morrison.
Miss Belle .Jones left last week to
talie charge of ler- school at. 1 iartsville
'Mr. C. L,. Fith of' Abbeville, wcas
the guest of M. W. If. 11111 recently.
Dr. W. Towne% Jones vislted in
Greenwood last Friday.
.lrs. A. 0. Dul-ant r.nd two beauti
utI children, little .iIss Nellie and
Master Ceylon, or .Athens. Ga., are
the guests of Irs. Durant's mother,
Mrs. F. M. Bughardt near Ware Shoals
lrs. A. C. Durant and children of
Athens. Ga., who is visiting her girl
hood- home, near Ware Shoals, will
leave Saturday for Lake City to visit
Mrs. S. W. Nettles, and Georgetown to
visit Rev. and Mrs. W. .1. i)urant.
Big Muscal Play ('olmur.
'ihe question arises, why is the sue
(ess of Billy S. Clilford in the vlever
musical satire "Blelieve Me." Several
good reasons might he given, in fact
myriad nu..nbers of them, but the con
sideration of a few of the most essen
tial will (10 here. First--Care has
beenl exercised to get a bill that will
make rn instantaneous imlression
111o11 the people before whomln it is
:>resented. There is nothing at all in
I1 bill of "lelieve Ale" lacking to
make it complete in every detail Tle
story is pretty, carefully worked out.
the climaxes are right to the point
aid cleverly worked up to. The co.-I
edy well defined and pure, the song
numbers are up to the minute Fee
onld-Choice of a lead was carefully
considered and no better one could b..
secured than 11111 S. Clifford, \%uo
handles the title role. Clever to the
extreme as a comedian. Third--In
selecting a supporting company to a
most capable lead, only the very best
talent possible was to be secured and
one only needs to see the show to real
ie that such is the case. FDach mem
ber -back of Mr. Clifford has been es
pecially selected for some one peculiar
ialification necessary, when com
bined with thb balance of the company
to niake one complete whole strong
in the presentation of the production.
Here are three good reasons why thi
company is having such unprecedent
ed success in their latest creation.
They will be seen at the Opera o101s
on Friday, November 6th.
The Columbia Record of October
25th has the following to say. Billy
Clifford at the head of his own (om
pany pleased two audiences at the Co
hmblia yesterday and h and his Co
workers were given a cordil recept iou
at both performances. As a special
feature this season Mr. Clifford is
carrying a lady band and orchestra.
They will play a concert on the
streets of Laurens at 2 P. M. Seat
sale now on at Ray's drug store,
prices 50c, 75c andl $1.00.
MANY 1WINED LIVES
Hlundreds can point to the use of
calomel as the cause of physical deC
cay. Its strenuous effects upon liver,
kidneys and even the heart' are known
to every prActicing physician.
Medical science has fou md a vegeta
ble compound that eli inntes the
ploisons from the lIver aA d accumula
tIons from the bowels a safer andl
san~er way than do calomel and
leaves no ill ter-7cts.
Thlis remedy I th form of C'RIS
BY'S 14V-V10R-l AM is a proven suc
cess. It Is for a in 50c andl $1.00
bottles by Lauren rug Co. who guar'
antees to refund purchase price if you
warnt it. It is always lrotected by
the likeness of L. K. (lrigsby.
Decspondl~ey Duem to) Indiigest 1on.
-it is not at all sur tprising that per
sons wh'lo have indigestion bec:ne dis8
cofiraged and desponident. I iere are a
few words of hope and cheer for them
by Mrs. Bilanche Bowers, Indiana, Pr.
"For years my (digontinn wna so nna0
'h at , I ((tid only eat iihe lighie. o
I triled everything ta a io
'et reli0r. i not. tltii 61-bout a yea r
:Ago wh.i I saw Chabielain; Taicts
aletrd and Vol a1 blille of them,!.
.;Id I find the rig.t treau; :ent. I soon
eg:a:: to improve, and since taking i.
ew bottleos (if them iuly div(Pesion im
line." FoI nile by all deailerS.
Huge Election Ticket,
The Advertiser has received from
Mr. J. S. Martin, a forr.er Laurena
(ounty "'.\" now living in Portlaidnd,
Ore., a copy of an election ballot which
was to have beii voted in the general
CeAion yesterday. It Is such a large'
afinir that if one of the Laurens coun
ty voters should receive it through
lihe malls ie would porbably think that
he was receiving a bargain circular
from some of the progressive Laurens
stores. The ballot is printed (n soH
ter paper and is almost as wide as a
page of The Advertiser and is thirty
inches long. Provision is made on it
to ballot for United States, state, dis
trict and county officers besides ,on
twenty-eight constitutional amend
fents by a referendum vote. Oregon
Is credited w)th being very far ad
vanced in her election laws witih her
Australian ballot system and provi
sion for the Initiative and reerrendiuf
as to constitutional amnendiments. rhe
hallot will be on display in front of
ti'e Idle fHour Iictuie Show Ioday.
The following con fedora v ,- V.-terans
are.( reqiuestedI to (-alI at th1( hornev oi,
Mr.s. Joh n P. Wloit, (62 S'iuth liarper
strcel. and secure Confe(idrate cross,-.,
which now\ await, theml thierce;le'. W.
Coilier, W. I,. Allison, Z. V. GarrI tt,
JOhn 13. Manlley, W. G;. Jones, Ml. L.
Nelson, WV. Gi. Watlkins, Wmn. 1). Sulli
vanl, ). Ml. Senn. .1. W. Taylor, W. 11.
Davenport, Ml. T. Chanoy. Where i
veteran is uiable to apply for the
cross in person he may aut horize
somneone to secure Rt for him.
BY TIlE ENTIlRE
PRENS' OF~ 'I'lE, (C)UN'
+SEATS AT RA3
CHASE THE CHILL
FROM THE BREAKFAST ROOM
STA RT the Perfection Heater going five minutes before
, the breakfast hour; by the time the.family gets down
the whole room is warm and co y.
-'he food tastes better - everybodyf /s >ett It's a bully morning send-off
for the whole family.
'i'he Perfection is an ever-ready comfort. It is light - you carry it wherever
extra heat is needed - sewing-room or cellar, bedroom or parlor. It burns
kerosene - easy to handle and inexpensive -- and costs nothing when not in
use. It is smokeless and odorless.
At hardware :med furniture stores everywhere. L.ook for the Triatigle Trade-Mark.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington, D. C. (NEW JERSEY) Charlotte, N. C.
Norfolk, Va. Charleston, W. Va.
Richmond, Va. BALTIMORE Charl*ston, S. C.
J no. W. Ferguson C. C. Featherstone
* .W. B. Knight AugustusI G. art
"I was taken with a severe Attorney at Law
I 1:~d~heand cold, which PeRO1JSON, FEATIIERST'ONE & KNIOIT a
tir-ally brought on constipa- Attor eys Liaw BANK OF LAURENS, LDl.
tiort and bowel trouble.
Physics of a!' knd.; were Lau ,S. C In ofice recenidlo :ewffled by John X.
used, and w e ver o,'Cd Prompt and careful attention given Cannon, deceased.
to rsort to t fountain toll business. enta usiness
Cyr:e sr ) N. B. Dda Aecover Palmetto Bank.
d rinkr 11 .. r ou like w-.1, t c.r, Practice lit sill State ('ou .
but it .d 110 good. ",:Ats j.____------ - - - -- -
t rs were p-e. Aftcr 5-Iups()l. Cooe- & lab
g thjree hlj es of Petvua A. C. DIAY,
I consider mycelf entirely
wcl!." Mr. John B. Cal) frs, DIALT&oTOD
Worth,;DIAL & TODD .Att at Law,
N*, Atorneys at Law W II practice in all State C'..urtu.
* *.to; i ..~ '. 9 ~ " ', ; n te rp rise B a n k I uU d ing , L a u ren s, S .C . p ro m p t atten tio n g ive t t a i u sines .
C.LA'Auc1Az CO OL1IOS.PRACTICE rNJ ALL COURTS -
PRA C ACures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
A noDO) to loan on Real Estate-Lon Theworstcases,s intterofhowongstanding
re cured by ti wonderfu, old reliable Dr.
ri P a n a n I~ p~ a atth e s a m e th ue . 25c, 50c, $1.00
USE AN EVENT OV.A
TRACTION YOU HAVE BEEN ASKING FOR
E SUPREME SUCCESS OF SUCCESSES
BY i !MARTLEY MANNERS
Lauretto Taylor made a world's reoord
f two oonsooutive years In New York
DO YOU KNOW?TiEMT
That "Peg 0' Mv Ileart" is the greatest comedy sue
enas oin the Amr'ean otage? That. the play apeal to DSl(U~Ii
every elass of the~tre-goers as no other story in recent CT t)PWUIO
years has dlone? That while vou are reading this Peg is
a113 auppearing in England, South Africa and Austrin a.
That presecnt retur'ts itvlicate the captivatir~g heroine of ''[TIl VJ
this reat story wvill add to the .joy of ovetr five million
plaiy-goers on fourn continents this year? VISITED) LAUJRENS
(S PHARMA CY PRICES: 50c., 75c., $1.00, $1.50