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'tllad Affairs Incident upon Fall Wed.
dings now IteceI ing Much Attentlin
Clinton, Nov. 16.-Tuesday after
noon NI rs. .Ioo Bailey gave a lovePly
Tecept!on to about 200 guests. The
house .was beautiful with pink and
'white cl rysa nh l emIn us. M1rs. V. 1).
Copeland nimt, the guests at the door
;id invited them into the parlor
where they wee re ceived by NIrs.
:tailey. .\Irs. A melia .ones and NIrs.
Iivers of Spartanburg. Nirs. W. S.
114n atd Ni rs. W. It. Sha nds invited
thi gut's into the lovely dlining roonm
-wlwre \lrs. W. It. Owens, Ir.. of Wash
ington14. 1). C., recelved and isses .1l
.lie Neville, NVary Iaean, Hlelen IHalley
served a delight fOl ice course. NI Iss
Lizzi 1enn ant liss Sallie Wright
inited the guests into the hal where
:l1u1 iain tea and mint: were served by
'Air w George Wright and Mirs. .ulia
Thinorsdlay aftern oon Nliss hyl Nlilain
en ter tai net at a inen shower In111 honor
of 'IMiss Sarah White who is to be mar
Tied (1his lmnth to NIMr. h'liaddieus John
son of Wadesboro. N. C. Niass \\lit(
ioste 1hone is Ii Newn hrry has heen
1e1n, for two years working ' ith the
(".. N. & .. depot and has nade iany
frht -of, during- her :1.y hert'. NI r.
Jo::Isoni is a (:illton boy and is very
-poiulat. lHo h1a ben in Waiesbioro
for " the tpast! ye r ith the( vlectric Co.
w\0,r0 ho h le a snindid succVess".
Suni4i e!ahora :it . g supp e was
., on Friday evening. by Mlrs. (y
L. <-.o; ul~1 for her Sons lessrs Iaclex,
h;,rles and Thomas Copeland.
\iss; llorence Sower.s was hostess
to i, 111111br ol young people on Wed
The delegates to the 1). A. I. con
voluion in, Rock 11111 are Mrs. ,John C.
VIavis, .\rs. .1. Q. Phillips, Mrs. .1. A.
a.:iy. Thy left. Tuesday for Rock
'he biazaar was Wednesday and
'hursday of last week and was a great
success as usual. The money will be
usal to he;l build a church in the mill
.\Mr. and Iirs. I . Scaife are visit
ine friends in Indiaapolis, Ninn.
Irs. .. T. Rtobertson and Miss lloira
1%Jii have t'retuirned from Newherry
W 1 e t :ttended the Womans'
-,-y I'nionl of South Carolin:.
NY liarwit hAs returned to her
nI .\tla ni : ft visiting het'r
de -h Nilr- .\. V. .\artinl the.. pAt
A ;m n iln~~ of, st-veral mlonths:
AI-. ' W. I,ittle dh1 )n 01 Tuslay
afte ?nn :t: tlh home of his son. Nir
'I'. .i. 1.i 14 where he 1 :s Iade Ih is
borne since the death of his wife about
nilwl years ago. NIMr. IAittle was S3
.yevns i vnd hod lived" In 1lint~on
mhost of is I, n.4 here he has :a host
of de''vot frinds. lit Was a lnvilember
of th. \Iasoniv lodge and was buried
'hy the Nlasons on Wotnesay afternoon
vt 2 'olok at the Iuneins Creek Min
T. 11. I . ., Clinton and Mr.
10 CENT "CASCARETS"
IS YOUR LAXATIVE
JteM I.itu-r a 114 line C ' lean ser aund
S Ittn11nch IRegulhatotr in t he world
Wotrk w h ie youI sleep.
G;*t a I 0-cent box.
Pils. t'asto r Oil or' l'u rgati vt Waters
whtichI mnerel y foreea assageway
througth t he ho wels, butt dlo nt thor
oughly t'leaunst, freshen and44 purify
1-[ht- t drainag~e otrgans, alld havet11 no f
fett' whau:t4'4 r upon41 the lIver and40 stom1
1 Op your "ins-ide's" pure and:04 fresh
wilth ('ascarts, whih ihoroughily
44a5: i ilait I. eitd pol-.i :.. Ini the * . h w -
and14 'ost only I10 cr14s 4440.: ''imye,
dr ingeist. .\ lill s of mon41 a.d w4n.o
take a ('as::tr-t now' at I th'n tnd
nt':'.: haivi' lIt alace . 1ihou(4 . ,'4 -..
Tore tohils, Indliigtlstion, So. 1 .Tonne:
oir (otns! ipait.t't Iowels. *ue~.. .
t1t' 4 o t:the( 1t~enI.
* * *$* * * *4*4 * * *4 * * *
* - 4 * * * * *' * * 4 * * * * * * *
Clemson5ii CotllIege, Nov. I6 -' Clom
Ronl cotlegt' is one of thie( few tcolleg.es
tis I ime hitsI year.
The4 Ineti s dhi11 ntI :-.4 go ito ( he
Iiina and .'lomtson fiootbhall g:ime, bult .
wenti to thet latinti11 her-e.
foothllt 1.11is year', win ninjg the game
. :4Cirtlitna, Uniilverslty of Gorlgia1,
(it..tdel, V. M. 1. andl tied D avidison.
.. I the btoys frloml Ibaitienis haveyt
M. E. Cox, of Gray Court, Clemson's
star center, has played In all of the
varsity gaines but one. D. 1. Barnett,
of Laurens, has played right end in
three varsity gaies and hopes to be
in the Tech. gamie Thanksgiving in At
lanta. Both of these boys will prob
ably win theirt block letters this year.
It. F. Poole of Gray Court, has oeen
playing on the srub teaim. Mr. Poole
is one of tle best iplayers onl the team
and he will be sure to win ilis block
"C" if he continues to imutprove as
liuch iII the fitu re, as he has inl tilie
Cleimsonl reached i(the seiii-tiinals inl
thle state tenis touirnlamnt held Inl
Colunmhia tis Year. Mr.lt, 13 . Thorn
tol, of Mouittville, lemson's tenn1is
chiainpiol, 1111( Mi. Sloan, of, Cleinsont,
were ((,leinson 's players tills year.
ir. 'T'lornttol will win Ills bllock "C'"
ror being slch a good tennis player.
Ir. Thornton anld .1. W. I'ir-win Were
Cleiison's tennis players at Char-,
lofte last year an1d they reached tle
semllli-finlals inl both doubled and sintgles
Clemson has good prospects for a
good baseball teain this year. V. Sut
ton, the well known pitcher, will
conch. Wo expect to have two great
pitchers from Laurens. It. 1'. Thorn
toil. who played vairsity hall last year,
and 1). 13. nlinett. w\ho played seci
ball last year.
Clemsoni als;o stan1d.- hib ill b:sket
bail, and has arr'anlgel lh wholip
tits year inclingg- e in lout
states. I:tirenas is als( well
stted ill the baskeaill 1 :0t. 1. P.
Thorntlonl, of lutl. nof'!m
son's lst lplayers, playe'i in all of
tilt varsity gamnes last . ear and 1E. C.
Young, of Cliitoil. played good ser'lb
hall all last year. Iot11 of these mti
will star on varsity hiiis year.
Three membe rs of the Senior class
this year are from 1'auren s county, It.
P. Thornton, who is taking chemistry
course, 'I). 1.. flarnett. veterinary sci
ence. and .1. 11. Stillivan, Agronomy. All
of these men hold scholarships. The
other two scholarships are held by S.
P. Thornton, of Mountville, and F. E.
Armstrong, of Owings.
The Laurens cotnty boys had a meet
ing last week ani organized a couty
club. The oflicers elected are as fol
lows: President. 1). M. iarnett; Vice
President, It. P. Thornton; S'ecretary,
'. .'. Young: 'Tleasurer, It. F. Poole.
The total num ber 'of boys fron Lai
rens coility at. CleInson is 1 wenty-two,
he ing as well represelted as aty 'out
ty ill th state, to its size. 'lTh4. men11t
hors o the (11111 iitetnd to keep inl
tonch with The .\udvetiser this year,
and1; giw%( theml ne tit-inls froml 11in1v
.l. . llialo dIt. 1'. Thortuloul
exptI' to go to (ieeiivitll in .\Marh to
stald tile civil srice examination in
their. respective ous, 1w.Inl order1 that
t, ev Iay follow this line or Work With
ithe government either ith thl is slate or
ill the 'llilippilines 't the collpletion of
Ithelr. c(llege cotrse'.
The .enioris froin Lau rens .r t ak
ing great. iteest in literary socity
v:ork atid all thiree wI" receive (ip hlO
mas from 'h. 0111a- socety Ithis
vear, of wlehl neat'h- all ofl tile l.-n-i
a'ns boy an.t i I na nta s.11 P.Tar1
second.t terml at tha' last mee'at ing. Thue
.\lt. (. S. Glarriett is paresidenit af the
Sophuomuore daneinig club, ande corporeial
in "'.1"' C'ompiany. F. 10. Armnstrtoing is
ser'geanit in "C" ('ompany. Rt. IF. Poole
is a ser'geatu, ill "II" Companly. R. P.
Th'Iornton, athletic editor of tile "'Tig
'r". associate editoir of tile "Agienl
111rial JournlIal'" pitublied mothIlly b)y
the Senior' class and Is on the Ilterar'y
staff of tile "AninualI." .1. D). S.
A W.\lININGi TO M.\NY
Se it Int eresf.Ing Fits .\Abont1 hidney
l''aw ptopale realiz.e to what extent
(!on of thea khinaeys.
Tha' Iahysilun ini nely3 all ('ases of
:sis of thte patiett's inle. I cie knows.
that utntlass tile klidne4 ale doiing their
.voik rtopaerly, thea Et her' organIs cani
nt~(t readily' he brotig I hack to hlealthl
Whei n the khlinteys ar nciieglIecteda or
;abutseda in any way, erious results are
-Atr', to teallotw.s At -rin to hea'lth
st at is:has, htrighals disease whiichl is
reailly Ill iaanced for'm of kidney
tirouble, (:aused nll(fty tell thocusandi
death'Is ill 19);!, i the state of New
Y orkI alone. 'llTeefor'e. It belhOlIves
11s lto pay moret attenttOr. to the health
had reark~illal stucaess as a kidneiy
rinedy is DrI. Kilmner's Swarnlt-iloot,
th. ea'areat ' haitnay, Livei' atnd ilitdder
Th'l tatibi am ihteal1Ing Influtente oIf
hii iii:reaaio, in miost (Sittes, Is son
meants ad avrlitgIId tesimony'of tios
who hv usaad tile remedl~y.
altetai ont, and wish a samplile bot tie,
wr'ita' to D~r. 1(ilnier' & Co., ligaml
ton, N. Y. Metition tis 14paper, enclose
tin centts anid they wIllI gladly foriwu'd
it. to you by Parcel Post.
SwamIIp-Itoot is sold by every dra':g
81st it bottles of two slees---50C and
Statement of the Condition of tie
BANK OF OWINGS,
Located sit Owings, S. C., at time close
of business October 21, 1911.
Ioaiins and Discounts .. . 1.$ 1,853.31
lanking House .. .. 1,185.23
Dtte froim Ilanks and lank
ers4 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4,872.69
Silver and othor Coin .. .. 2.01
(heeks and Cash iteis .. 99.41
Other itesoulrces, viz:
Salaries and Ixpense . . 80.27
Total .......... ..$ 19,592.95
Captal Stock 'aid in .. ..$ 13,700.00
individuial Deposits Subject
to Check ...... .. .... .. .. .. 1,4..1
Cashier's Checks .. .. .. .. 11.50
0thcr Li al ities. viz:
Dise. E.x. and int. ..1... .. .1-10.29
State of Soutlih Carolina.
Couity of Latrens. Ss.
11ifore mile caie A. M. Owings, Cash
ler of fihe fbove tlamiei('d hank. who. he
ing dumY sworn', sayv that the above
and foregoina statvinemi is a Irue coil
dii ion of s1%td bank,. as shown by tle
hooks of Said banik.
Sworn to and sibscribted before ne I
1 is 17th day of Nov., 191-1.
11. NIe. Ilryson,
So'-reet Atte-st.: It. 0. 111un1, P . It.
S Inn t. .\. Ilryson,. Directors.
This is the a
blessings we hal
cruel war the w
and plenty. W
to see--yet we h
All we can in makii
Clothing, Shoes and
things and we have
tage of tradilig with
Big lot of Ladies'
On)ie lot I aadi
This is the :
sembled here Sr:
price on some.
closed out but a
St andard (1 pron'i O in
Itest 10e Oittinig, l
H~o eavy l hiting . .9
l*asWe wpcant y
our varishv D0 en
* UNION MEETJNp. *
Union meetiig of the second and
third divisions of Laurens association
will be held on Nov. 28-29 'at Mt. GI
When atre we In a right attitude to
ward God and -men? .1. A. Brock
When is adversity a blessing? .1. 0.
What are the Scripture teachings in
regard (o church discipline. W.
What are the Scripture qualiflcations
for church membership? Ii. 11.
Sunday school hour.
)lscussion of Rom. 8:9, "if any man
hath not the spirit of Christ, he is
ione of Ills." 1'. S. Langston.
.lissionary seiion. .1. A. Drock.
Blanket weather---and we hav Ihe
blankels, either all wool, half wool and
cottol. There are large size, and low
er inl price0 thaln yol will 1in1d thema
elsewhere. All colors to select from
inceling a beantiful line of plaids.
rear we should be m
re. Two-thirds'of t
orld has ever known
hile the price of coti
wve lived when it wa
ig your money go as far
Dry Goods, and have go
made the prices so attra<
Suits and Coats at Special
.givinig price . .$19.50
-jial now' Snits atl
prtices' $10.00, $17.50
e's' ('onts $4.98, $5.98
onts .. $1.98 iio$4.98
rnost popular depart
ecial Short Lots fro,
rhis frequently is fai
re replaced by other
hamns, Amlen 's andi lloys
jil .06 1-4 dertwear, 25e v'al
.t'ai iatsemen('t special
..08 1-3 One lot Meni's 5(
Shi ts, lBargai
S'gan1i- peeiai .. ....
09 20 oldl style LoQi
faland Ra in Coats, goo(
lie . .$1.00 ('lOSe at .. ....
nesOne lot Men 's S8
...$1.49 sizes.', vailues .$l0
.98 One lot Men's
1 andl $1.39 gain liasemnt ni'
our trade. We app
and salesladies will th
artments. Make ot
The m-rit wonderful thing i1 t0. world
to lovo expressod in the helpless Infant.
Andi among those
nRi and cointcrts for
e xpectaut mothers is
the well known
This is an external
npplication to enablo
the abdominal mus.
eles to becomo more
pliant, to expand
unduo pain fro:m the
strain 0 upon cords nnd linamonts.
Appited as directed ::)on those, nuscles
involved It soothes th, if::o network of
nerves wila whiclhe 1- t-1 i : tsces aro
supplied. Thus a groat sh.'ro of the pa!:ns
130 much a-.eaded mal1y bo avoided and tho
period of expectancy passed inl comifort.
There Ia no question but what such
relief hts n. narked Influewoo u)on tho'
uenral health of tho mother.
In a. littie book sent )y maill nuelh-1n
ful information is given to Inoxporlonced
mothers. It tell. how to Usio 'tIother's
Friend" and iow to avoNi Cakjng breasts.
It has been prepared ll ot;r laboratory
for over forty years and ia known favor
ably to most druggists eiyerywhere. Cet
r. bottle to-day and writo for book to
Bradfield Regulator Co.,'09 Lamar Uldg.,
AtIlpta. (Ci. Do aitr to a-tk for andi
see tat. nuoa get 'Motior's F drnd."
invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic.
Gitovi-'1 TASTULUSS chill TONIC. drives out
Alaria.enriches the blood.and builds tp the eys.
tetn. A true tontic. For adults and children. 50c1
ore thankful than ev
he world is involve
. Our land is bles
ton is not as high as
.s much lower.
as possible in buying you
ne through our stock a:
tive that you cangot fai
Now is the time t
you have put off gel
can save severaj dol
ment of our store.
n various lines and r:
e below cost. These]
's equally as attracti
Ribbed Un- One' lot 0(d
utes, Hargain Meni's hean
.. .... ....19 special.
e~ Blue Work
Basiement Sho~es, bro]
.. .. .......39 Laidies'. Y<
g Coats and1 to see wbrl
maiter'ial. to ('nn get..
.. .. ....$2.98 _____
to $1 5, I ar - We~ hav~e
poeial . . . .$4.98 which we
ain Coaits, Be sureP to
, 8.00, Bar
p~ecial . . . .$4.49 the Bar'gai
reciate your busines
Lke pleasure in show
r store your shoppiin
(iS. S. C.
Office of Comptroller of the Currency.
Washington, D. C., Oct 27, 1914.
VWHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned it has
been 'mnade to appear that "TIlM LAU
RENS NA'TIONAL BANK" in the CITY
of LAUR1FNS, in the county of J]AU
RE0NS, and State of SOUTH CARO
LINA, has complied with all the pro
visions of the Statutes of the United
States, roquired to be complied with
before an association shall be author
izedl to commence the businds" of
NOW T1l0RlEF'OL1, I, JOHN SKIH,
''ON WILLIAMS. Comptroller of the
Carroncy, do horegy certify that
"THi LAUR10NS NATIONAL BANK"
in the CITY of LAURbINS, in the coun
ty of LAUR10NS and State of SOU'1F1
CAROLI'NA, is authorized to com
inence the bilsiness of Banking as pro
vidod in Section Fifty-one hundred
1111( sixty-nine of tho Revised Statutes
of the United States.
CONVERSION of The Bank of Lau
rens, Laurens, S. C.
i:N T-,,STIMONY WIIEREOF witness
my hand and Seal of. office
(Seal) this 27th day or OCTOBER,
JNO. SKEI/I'ON WILLIAMS,
Comptroller of the Currency.
er for the many
d in the most
sed with peace
we would like
r winter needs in
nd selected special
1 to see the advan
o get that Hat
ting, while you
We have as
iut a closing out
lots are quickly
d Vests, special . .25
y C'otton Sweaters
.. . . .. .. . 45
Cen lots, M~eni's and
>u ill lbe surpr)1ised
it good values y ou
..98, $1.49 and1 $1.98
ask to look t hrough
s. Polite, cour..
ing you through