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Erbe Elbbertiser 8 8
8 Loca and Personal Mention. 8
Subscripton Price Is $1.00 Per oa 8 8 8 r 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
Payable In Advanec. Mr. Wade Culbertson of Waterloo,
was a visitor hiero 'Monday.
Published by .a'. Frank Davis cane down from
ADVE1RTISEB PRINTING COMPANY Princeton to spend the (ay on Monday.
Laurena, 8. C.
Laurns, . QMr. George 11. Bolt of Trinity-Ridge,
VAiSON LEE Presideut spent Monday in the city on business.
')TH UR IdPE Sec. and Treas. Mr. James N. Smith of Mountville,
silent the dlay hereo oin Monday.
Avertising Rtates on Application. Among the Cross l1ll visitors here
011tuaries anl Card of Thanks: One Monday was Mr. Richard Brown.
ecnt a word. Mr. Rush Wilson spent the day here
- --- -_: 'Monday.
&-itored at the postoffice at Laurene, Mr .]tilt A. liagweil spent Monday
S. C, as second class mali matter. h11e on busiess.
-- Mi*. . If. NIooi'o of (Cold P~oinit, spenlt
J, \ l'lE NS, M. C., (O('T(0BEli 13, 191.15. Nday In the city.
--- -- --- -- -- Mr. Johnl If. WOlW was amlong the
Co:nty Pair Friday! visitors in the city yesterday.
0 * 6Mr. Prank Spratt of Greenville,
ON TlIAL. spent Tuesday here.
We a.' printing today a brief ac- M'. William Mahaffcy of Eden was
count of the affair in 'Columbia in here yesterday.
which that city's mayor and our con- Miss Olla Bearden, of Enorve, was
gressman played prominent parts. The i the city Monday doig her fal
peoiple of this county are not so much shopping.
concerned with the part that Mayor
Girillith played in the incident as they oia whih hold atnnua tesin
are with that of Congressman-elect a wen ch lat Ieek.
Ncholils. We are therefore printing a r L. ls ii f d w
31r. Nicholl's version in (till, in order among the visitors i the city last
that our readers may form their own y
olpinion of it. Whether or not the Nir.
people of this great (ongressional dis- l-. TondMy with se Fales
trict think it becoming in its congress- cot. n
man to make a 'tour of inispection" of let
at 11"'stiona'ble- district to Spy oult pletty :i- letA a l~ tu fteIa
a st wa e ( iit 'ic tosl' o t ett 3 Ibunl ('reek ('oiiiiiitiilit)*, spenlt Monday
! aot'ors of whiiskey Iaw\Vs, rem("ailns to 1er" attending to hosiness.
wileen. Whether or not tlie ex p1la na
0, lis111esllc, il (is 1 .gr~ald it-. Nat. .\ust in w~lio lives iieai T lrin
t 4 his priesence in this acgreg'.ated
* St it, is sat ist.ct ory also is fority-iidge, \\.t :t t the ituss
til - (Iwilo To Si\. il ao i t fot i to!-. i' o irst of tlie weeki.
deid'. To say t1he lea rt th iW. 'aile Maddee drove il 'ro
iWsit onaed .if i ' l-.' n-at' Hlly arove to
' ititin o t t i day, Monday.
will tind 'mbarrassing in
1 oIltirs. I iirin ''. u 'dcte of T 'We
Hot. (,1. (.1. w 'etil, was a i sies
1 y of p opi1o inl Southol il
n I Vgive teeir tt thealieied
t i i. n in- i.hi d\.
1. > , h the tilitia:4 inl revlditu -4s li c -t l .t l 0 a t n i g t
Vani ht distani in Charleston to'ss last. Moilay.
y - Ha I lie iIon arisn. Th '. \V. C. of tle
n of ;niiinking and i tislead it i-wtioU eaiis .Monday o lIt
ny If th; I I(yha b"(en ;o inf~lnd
hr en in eidiary utteraices and W. Coo)0 WIl) lives
ihe lilihoo:1 of full protection to toyds Niii enime in yesterday to at
vtlh rp inl theiri light to cast. thirI' hal- tend to Ill ess.
ht v..;S if) doubtful that t1 step Mr. .olin 11. I'owers of floyd s Cross
I h. twl( in advance to preserve I'oais 'as here onltinsiness Tuesday
ordlr was l only one whicth lie could r iome i lie afternoon.
have taken amid faitlitithlly ad'red to Mr. l'ld Co'b'tt motored l f'om
h ' lleQ. It was indeed a yeslc;-day to spend the day. Mr.
nt pity tI. colt ditions Iad come to diaives a Ford tong ca'.
a pass inl the proud ohi ('ity when i'. William hunter a young faimei
such extreme measures seeined neces
fary fo' u liint -ottion of liberty and te ( m yotmday w
life,* yet, t'mo.io whIo kept inl touchl Wilii ith e~od
lit'',~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~r ~eti. h ei i .1(1~'tt h John Briown. a fainer from over'
the tsituation for Itie past few weeks beyond the Enoree iver, was tem
k now that Ihose conditions existed ading Tuesday.
anld that corife cont rollable only by the Mt", F. P. Mciowan has gone to
strong arm of the state goveritment Lewlstirg, W. Vt., to visit ter son,
was likely to ocur. Mr. Wiltiam Mc'owan.
0 411 4 Mr. Robei't E. Taylor, wvho lives In
A 1D)1NG PN'A('t' OFFICIERS. teItroCekscin a mn
Whetin other citizens take tupon them-toehrenbuissltMndy
-selves the unipleasant duty of assist- M'.X.P hoisn i. vi a
ing in tie enforcemenctt of tihe speed be rtclyIlfrsvia asa
latws, as Mr. N, iB. l)lal has undertak- hrhm n(i onri e~re
On to do. the streets of our city will t ecn~eal etr
beccome safe. lintll others join with MrJoTopsnfth Red
him in this commendable step, we may Rvrscino hscut a
expect to see the speCed laws violatedamnthvitngfreseeTu
'with imputnity. It is not a pleasant dy
task that one ta-kes up)on himself to Mr.C .Pak'letaswekfi
put the forces of the law to work Covle lent onhrhsai
against a fellow citizAen, tbut often thewhisupvrntecotutono
necessities of the case force them- agvrmn uligtee
selves upon him so (liat it is the only MrR.V.BonofCss11,wa
alter'native except submitting to the absns iio ntl iyMna
injustice. Reckless driving of auto--adcle o fwmntsi h
mobiles does not always indicate wit- Avrie fie
fut diisr'egard of the laws oi' the rights rCieneGifof ats il,
of others, but is often the result ofhartu'cfomavstofied
thoughtlessness and failure to realize adrltvsa ~le n ilas
its dlanger's. This is not e'xcuisable, of tn
course, but does give a milder aspect Mi.hckFlehalftteiyfo
to thie ciinality of the case. Howv-Jon HpksUtveiywhrle
ever', the heediess and the thoughtlesswilcnnuiistdesntedpa
alike need to be r'eminded forcibly of mn 1 udcte
-thie law's demands and the pi'vate MrGegeV.iolhfom oys
citizen can render much aidh if he will CosRas ~a tr o'bsns
but do so. It is a very unpleasan't liP)55tefrtpr fti ek
dluty, but one that needs to be per- M.Jh ..ak fLso ~a
foiitned. ilr. Wde rtotCubertk oil Watieloo
+ SOCIETY, +
The following invitations have been
issued for a reception in honor of
Miss Toccoa Caine, who Is to be mar
ried to Mr. Walter loge Powell next
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Franklin Fleming
Mrs. William Pierce Caine
Nine hundred seven S. Harper Street
October the Nineteenth
The favor of a reply is requested.
III compliment to Miss WVessie Lee
IA)il, a popular bride-elect, Miss Lala
.-le Dial (eniterltailned a numbe r of
flieids oil Satirday morning. Tables
were arranged for bridge, and after
several spirited games ani elaborate
salad course with coffee was served
by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Al
bert Dial and Miss Lula 'Dial. The
guest of honor was presented with an
exquisite piece of the hostesses hand
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Increased interest in the marriage
of Miss Toccoa Caine, of this city,
and Mr. Walter Hoge Powell, of Wil
mington, N. C., was aroused last week
by tle issuance of invitations to the
wedding reception to be tendered by
the bride's mother immediately after
the ceremony next Wednesday even
hig. This muchly aiticipated event
will he an elaborate affair and w-ill
S.:ve to round upii the sevies of1 de
Iiulitful social events which have yen
t ronild the approuaching weddilig
of this yollu: olp'e. The- invitat ions
arv az Jf-oows:
Mrs. Earle Mtit'21h Cainle
St t Ilit ' jhe ati .- ofi youri (c0ompan1.11y
al the w4.lt11ia reception
.lr. '.il(1 or ll ise l'iin e
Onliird f \\'iiesda M evs.ning, a
O(tobay the wenitieth
ielf ii 1t hi au tiful o'cock
Eight hun11dred unld Thirt1-y-six
Souon ii 1 t arer Street
Lauen, is , south (iarolina.
eepiln for iss Ceem
'I troday afternooe Mrs. A. Dinl
Gray ieenertioned with anl vlaboiatl
reevion at ier beautiful homie on
Solith larer street In loor of her
Sister, Miss Toeon Ca oiint, oe of te
fall broid. The 1om was extremely
attractive inl its special decorations for
te ocasion and th e plesures of the
afe-rnoonl were made mlore enljoyable
by% fihe rendition of a selected musical
Receiving" with \Mrs. Gray inl thle par
lor were Mrs. 1. os Caie, iss
Toccoa Caine, Meses John Y.
Garlingtoni, of Los Angeles, M rs.
James 'owell, of Wilingtoni, mrs.
l. 1i rm tnham, fCp hreV.
Mrs. W.rl Wilsren, Mrs Clark evgl,
Mrs. James Davis and Mrs. R. F.
Fleming met the guests at the door
and ushered thenm into the reception
room, where Mrs. N. B. -DIal received
them and directed them to the receiv
Ing lIne. Assisting in the parlor were
Mrs. W. L. Gray and Mrs. W. Ii. Dial.
From the parlor the guests wer'e
shown by Mliss Julia Iriby into the din
ing room where M's. W. C. Irby cut
cream and Mlrs. Will Clinkscales serv
ed cake. Mrs. Emma Roper, Mirs. 0'
C. Albright, Mrs. Brooks Swygert, Miss
iLalla Mae Dial and Miss Rebecca Dial
assisted here. From the dining room
the guests were ushered into the li
brary by Miss Wil Lou Gray, where
coffee andl cheese straws were servedl
by Mrs. Virginia Caine and Mrs. S. M.
Wilkes. Assisting in entertaining in
thme librar'y were Mesdamies R. TV. Dun
lap, John hlicks, Ross D. Young. As
the guests left the library each was
presented with a little goldi and silver
bell as a souvenir of the delightful oc
casion by little Misses Mariegene Gray
and Remelle Caine.
In the reception ball and parlor a
coloir scheme of green and pink was
car'ried out, a v'ery striking effect be
ing secuired by a profusion of cuit flow
ers and potted plants. In the dining
room the color scheme was green and
white and was carried out in the re
freshments of cream, cake and mint.
A large number of guests called
dturing the afternoon In response to
the invitation of Mrs. Gray.
Mr. J. Milanm hiellams of the Friend
ship section was among those wihmo
spent the (lay ini the city yesterday.
Mr. Edd R. Burgess, a country mer'
chant of neair Boyds Mill was in the
city yesterday buying gr'oceries and
other' ar'ticles foi his lprosperous store.
Mr. Asa A. Baldwin of liairksdale,
sp~ent the day here-'yesterday.
Mr. John W. F'owler' of Ml. Pleasant,
anent M\Inlay home.
The Yqunger Set.
Mrs. Frank H. 'Caine entertained the
younger set Friday evening at her
home on North Harper street in honor
of her sister, Miss Carrie Fleming. Af
ter a number of games and other
amusements were entered into with
zest and enthusiasm delicious lee
cream and cake were served. Those
present included Misses Elizabeth
Young, Lois Nelson, Maude May Jes
see, Lola MePhail, Mary Reid, Alpha
Bolt, Amy Wolff, Francis Meyers, Vir
ginia Sullivan, Elise Babb, Kate El
il Elchelberger, Carrie Fleming,
Messrs David Childress, Earle Lang
ston, .lohn 1). Fuller, larry McAlister,
Tom Easterby, Thornwell Dunlap,
\nirren Bolt., Charles Crisp, Strickler
Rankin, Pack Childress, Charles
Franks, 0. 13. Q1inions, .J. L. Lang
ston. John Lake, Hlenry Bennett,
The social affairs incident to the
wedding of Miss Wessie Lee Dial, cid
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. B.
Dial, and Marcus Grover Williams,
of Birmingham, Ala., came to a beau
tiful climax last evening when the
marriage ceremony was solemnized at
the handsome home of the bride's par
At eight o'clock the guests assem
bled in the reception room where the
ceremony was performed. The color
scheme of green and white was care
fully carried out. Stately palims made
a beautiful background for the limpro
vised altar on which burne d myriads
of green and white candles. The aisle
through which the bridal party en
tered was formed of white columns
gromued with alins an( ferns. Before
the cereimoniy. .\r. IRobert Roper sang
a L1eaut ifIl tenor solor, "0 Prolise
lo', ald followil this the voices of
C. P. lanIin. liss M Todd
:on1l loli lilioper bleifddli- sweetly in
a trio. She'ilb'irt's Sereinade. Hias lit
I a t he ( ;ray ) piano playd lie wedl
flini i marchu from tohlingrin. 'Th1e lit
,lw rld).n1 vi:'l. Fanie Dial anid .\ r!
_i1"w G;rav. wevaring dainity white
dIr-os vith rre(n sashes and halir
r!Rneunied the tu1lle ribbonls anid
oplend the way for the brpial ,arty.
n. W. Tlold, \\'. ('. (ray \ioore Dial
n d Gray, the Ishers, took
1O-ir places on each side of the altar.
.\Wiss leheca I)aI. file llaid of lolnor.
wea ring an exhlisite dress of pale
mrecen ehiffon dra led over satin and
m-a-rying an arm fil of yellow chrys
nnmithemum'111s. (aie next. .lst preced
i 'Z tle bride camne two wee tots, Doro
thy aid Minter Dial, seattering rose
:etals. The bride, leaning on tlie arm
of her father, descended the stairs.
lIer 'I'llian bieatiy was greatly en
hmnced by an exquisite gown of ivory
whie charuislie. The couir train fell
in soft folds from the shoulders. The
entire bodice was composed of filmy
illie, caught up with chrystal and sfl
Ver or'fnallents. The veil fell froil a
wreath of orange blossoms, and was
caught at the end of the train wvith a
circle of the same snowy flowers. ier
bouquet wvas bride's roses and lillies
of the valley. The bride was met at
tihe altair by thme giroom and his best
iman, Mr. GI. W. Blrown. The ceiremony
wvas pecrformed by Rev. J. R. T. Major,
the ring service being uisedl. During
the ceremony, Miss Gray softly played
"To a Wild Rose," with Miss Margaret
Child's violin obligato.
Immediately following the ceremony
a brilliant reception was tendered the
bridal plarty. The whole lower flooi'
was thrown togethler, and elaborately
decorated with palms, ferns and cut
Misses Marjorie Gelder, Lucia Simp
son, Annie Gilkerson and Mary Simp
son greeted the guests and presented
them to the receiving line, Mr. and
Mrs. N. B. Dial, Mr. and Mrs. G. WV.
'Williams, Mrs. G. M. Crum, Miss May
Riser, Miss Toccoa Caine, Miss Chris
tine Frazier. Miss Eva Goggins, Miss
Margaret Childs, Mrs. White and Miss
Mary Whmite. Mrs. N. B. Dial wore a
hlandsome evening diess of black tulle
over satin with elab~orate jet trim
mings. Diamonds were her jewels
and her corsage bouquet was American
In tihe (lining room the decorations
were yellow a'nd green. Tall cut
glass vases~ filled with feathery chrys
anthemoums were pliaced on the polish
edl dining table. Thle dining room
hostesses were Mrs. D. A. Davis, Mrs.
M. L. Smith, Mrs. W. L,. Gray, Mrs.
Virginia 'Caine, Mrs. A. C. Todd, Mrs.
A. iD. Gray, Mrs. R. F. Fleming and
Miss lAurie Gray. Green and white
block cream, cake and heart-shaped
mints wei'e served by Misses Lula
Dial, Helen Sullivan, Ruth Guess,
Frances Guess arid lAura Emily Dial.
In tile hall Mesdames B. L. Jones
andl W. U. Lancaster poured coffee.
The colonial library was decorated
ini crimson dlahliahs and ferns and in
this i'ooii Mr's. William Geldeir, Mirs.
W. II. Dilal and Mrs. WV. E. Lucas as
sisted in i'eceiving. Miss Donie Counts
priesidled at the brlidec's guest boo0k.
In the gift r*ooml where weu'e is
jdlayed the many handsome ipresents5
wvere Mu's. E. P. Minter, Mi's. .T. W.
fDunkiin andc Misses Wil Lou Boyd
nna1( Wui Lnn nrn's Cnspicuoms
among ithe many gifts was the chest
of silver from the bride's parents and
a generous check from the mother and
father of the groom.
The dainty yellow and white heart
shaped favors were inned on by Miss
es Annie Simpson and Lala Mae Dial.
Among the out-of-town guests were
lisses May Riser, of Birmingham,Ala.,
Eva Goggins, of Newberry; Margaret
Childs, of Columbia; linnie L. Smith,
of Glenn Springs; Christine Frazier,
of Ninety Six; Irs. White and Miss
Mary White, of Spartanburg and Mr.
G. W. Brown of Atlanta.
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Another pleasant affair of the week
was the party given'by Miss Mlarjo'rie
Gelder in honor of i1ss Vessie Lee
Dial. The guests were received by
irs. William Gelder and 11iss Gelder,
and at the punch bowl Misses Ilebec
ca Dial, Helen S-ullivan and Christine
Frazier served delicious puinch. BrIdge
and Forty-Two were played, and at
the conclusion of the games a delight
ful salad course was served. Miss
Dial was presented with a nexquisite
hand embroidered quest towel and ta
ble runner. About sixty ladies enjoy
ed the afternoon.
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One of the most enjoyable enter
tainments given in honor of Misss Wes
Sie Lee Dial was the party given in
her honor by her cousin, Mr. R. Coke
Gray, at the home of ir. and "Mrs. A.
Dial Gray Mionday evening. Fifteen ta
bles were prepared for bridge and a
number of games were enjoyed. After
the games were played refreshments
consisting of grape fruit, a salad
course. lee cream an(I cake and cafe
noir were served. The entertainment
was a success in ever'y way and the
eveling wa; greatly enjoyed.
loinimi g out sale of phants. Iaarge
lot of tab.! fernis. Sale begins at 9
o4lo(. 8atiurdav gind is s all day.
' lurenls Floral C'omlpany.
0e (, or11 lin of* 1817 HZ.oers Silver
Ware', biv.1ni,1lfu iew pa.tternls, at pric
esthatl youl c"4n no[ a l'ord Ii mis.
-, '.3. & . 11. W1llKmS & C0.
I'll -I I lENT WILSON
.\ N N 01' N('lS EN ( (W l1 E N'T
(Co't I tiled from Page One.)
ment1 I was regard(I-ied 1i ('arally as a
fore-runner of ini teresting social
season for Waslingtonl, with the new
irsi ladiy of the land at the head of
tie receiving line at ofilcial receptions.
The wedding it is understood, will
take place before the first of tile se
ries of State receptions and dinners
irs. Gailt was present at the first
social affair participated in by the
President and liss Margaret Wilson
in more than a year. It was a tea
given by liss Wilson to neighbors in
the artist colony at ('ornish. N. It.
Since the return of the President to
Washington he and irs. Galt have
spent many evenings together, some
times at the White Hlouse and often at
her home. Last week MIrs. Galt occu
pied a prominent seat in the Presi
dent's reviewing stand at the G. A. R.
parade. She wvas wvithm her mother in
the midst of a circle of the President's
ILargest line of Blanliets ever shown
in I,aurena. Our prices will save you
money. Conme and look the line over.
S. 'l1. & Eu. 1H. WILA(ES & CO.
"dUplift"P In Piction.
Latt..r-day American story tellers,
most of them, seem to be ini a con
spiracy to "make the world better,"
to "tot chi the heart," to "make you
for'get all your troubles," to "exalt
11if1 andi love," to be "a sunshine
maker." These intentions are so un
faltering, and the stress laid on "clean
living" is so insistent, that one is
forced to ask one's self whether the
practice and theory of living in Amer
ica are not antagonistic? wvhethecr the
exaggerated sentimental appeal may
not deonote thinness of real emotion,
and the persistent absorption with tihe
moral insue an uneasy self-diistrust? It
would be as ridiculous to charge tihe
great American pleople with being less
hlonest with themselves than are those
of 'other nationis as it would be0 to
doubt that in "tihe land of freedom"
thero is less inner freedom thlan else
where. But the latter-dlay American
novel often leaves onie with an 'un
easy idea thlat the weight andl momen
tum of Amlerican civilization aro roil
ing o'mt tile paste of human nature
vory Cat and are stamiping it with ima
chine- nade patterns of too common an
order.- -TljteA tljtic.
Light From Jupiter.
Although there seems little doubt
that the physical condition of .lupiter
is not dissimilar to our sun, It is not
supposed to bo hot enough to shine by
its own light. The vlaible quality in
which Jupiter most resembles the sun
Is that its equatorial regions rotate
in less time than (10 the regions near
the0 poles, thus demonstrating that it
is not a solid body. Tile planet is in
constitution between the earth and
tile sun. The outer surface to a depth
of several hundreds of miles is prob
ably a hot mass of vapor thriown upi
from the heated linterlor'. The belts
and other markings which we ace on
the planiet's surface are cloudlike
forms in this vapor'ous mass.
Closing out sale of liants. Large
lot of table0 fernis. Salo begins at 9
o'clock Saturday and lasts all dlay.
I naurenno Plmo1 CoMmpny.
'frlhdd 'and with Cabinet members.
Some of the President's friens who
may have had an inkling of today's
announcement were gathered about
Mrs. Galt in animated conversation.
The President was In a happy mood
tonight. The satisfactory settlement
of the Arabic case and the disposition
of many other important Questions
pending, together with the announce
nent of his engagement, had -buoyed
his spirits. He will go to Philadelphia
Saturday to attend the world's series,
and it Is likely that Mrs. Galt, to
gether with Miss Bones and other
members of the President's family
will be In the party.
"Gets-It" For Corns
Sure as Sunrise
.Iny Corn, With "Vets-It" oi It, Is an
A bsoliute "Goner!"
Yes, It's the simplest thing in the
world to get rid of a corn,-when you
use "Gets-It", the world's greatest
corn-ridder. Really, it's almost a
pleasure to have corns just to see
41Gets-It" Puts Tour Feet In Clover.
them come off with "Gets-it". It just
loosens the corn from tle true flesh,
easily, and then makes it come "clean
off." -)8 hours ends corns for keeps.
It makes the use of tape 0, coin-squeez
ilg han dages, Irritating salves, knives,
scissors an1d1 razors really look r(iicu
louls., ( t rid of, those corns qu k1y,
surely, .-ainlessly,-just easily,-with
" G ets' il". I or warts an( ) hunions,
too. I's the 20th contury way.
(;ets-it* is sold by all druggists,
25c a bottle, o,- sot irect by E'.
I:tw rence & Co., Chicago. Sold in
Laulrens and( roe minend~edI as thle
world bs vo reie(dy by L1a11rIns
Drug Co. a11( i eoples Drug Store.
A Lover of the Horse
looks as carefully after his feet as any
other part of his anatomy. It pays too.
Bring your horse here to be shod Und
see how much better lie will work
for you. The improvement in his ac
tion will show you that it makes a lot
of difference when you have him shod
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS, S. C.
.WarnIng--All Persons are hereby
forbidden to hunt or in any manner
to trespass on any of nmy property. M.
Bi. Poole, Laaurens, S. C. 12-it-pd
Notice-All persons are hereby for
bidden to hunt, fish or other'wise tres
pass on my lands. Mrs. Y. J. Culbert
LOst-Solid gold filigree cuff button
somewhere on p)ublic square of Lau
rensl. Reward of $2.00 if r'eturned to
the Laur'ens Hotel. -12-2t
Wainted-Few first-class milk cows,
fresh In, nothing under 3 gallons, also
good .calves wanted. Wr'ite me what
you have and prlice. D. A. Coleman,
Fountain Inn, S. C. 12-It
For Sale or Exchange-I have a
eut-dlown Ford car 1912 Model in fIrst
class condition. Four' new tires with
removable tel) and side curtains, will
sell or exchange for 5 passenger' tour
ing car anid pay r'easonabile difference.
B~ox 216, Gr'eenwoodl, S. C. ll-3t
For Sale-Carpentor Or'gan, used
only short time. Ilargain. Address
Mrs. L. A. McCord, or call at Mrs. Mc
Cor'd's studio, Laurens, S. C. 11-5t-pd
For Sale Or Will Trrade together or
separately for cattle or stock, one
White-Blakesley 15 h. p. gas engine
with thirottling gover'nor, and 46 inch
corn mill, In good condition.. L.
Townes Curry, Gray Cour't, S. C.
Money to Loan--In lots of $1,000 and
up on Impr'oved farnm land from 4 to
10 year's. Rautes reasonable. Apply
by letter to J. S. Craig, Laurecns, 10 F.
(D., or to A. C. Todd, Laurens. 10-5t
Walnted-To buy cattle without
horns. Apply to T. Gibbon Tr'aynhami,
Laurcns, S. C. 8-5t
For Sale-70 acr'es well impr'ovedl
fairm, with good dw'elling. Out build
ings andl tenant house, good neighblor..
hood(, convenient to school and1( chur'ch
es, known as 10rniest flenet home place.
Ander'son & 11lake1y- 7-tf
Land For Stile. -on long termis.
Also land to renit, from 0on0 to tw~enity
flye horse farmi. See me or wvrito me
at once. Thos. M. Shaw,
2-tf. Lnnauie e. C. II I' B.4
At Our Expense
To folks who have never given Luzi
anne Coffee a chance to please you, we
make this offer.
Buy a pound can. In making the coffee at
home be sure to use just half as much as of ordi
nary cheap coffee. Then if you are not satisfied,
go to the store you bought it from, and get your
money back. That sounds reasonable doesn't it.
Get It From Your Grocer