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LI I I1NS, S. C., 00TOBE t -27, 1915.1
.\ has already been noted several
ti:: iii this paper, the annual meet
ing of the ('hristian 1Endeavor soc
eti(e' of South Carolina will be held
in this city F'riday, Saturday and Sun
day of next week. A silver cup has
been offered to the society sending the
largest delegation to the meeting and
this is expected to create much rivaly,
resulting In a large attendance, prob
ably three or four hundred. That Lau
Tens well known reputation fdr
friendliness and hospitality shall be
m.intained, the people of the city will
have to open their homes freely to the
\ihitors. It is hardly to be expected
tho t the membersof the society alone
will be left the duty, pleasant though
it m'.ght be, to entertain such a large
ga the.ring. No fear is entertained that
the delegates will Iot. h hospitably
recolived if lie sitiation i.; made!
knwn, blit it is lnot too soon now to
ar111int the housewives with the fact
o, t ei oxpected large crowd. In this
(o1lu tion, to , it will inot be ailiss to
hat li a r is' 1.putifation as a
bcn ~ and beatitiful city is al.s;o to
ho 2 jntained. The timely suggestion
ha , :ulr beci made tiat tle first
pa:: ' next wekbe m11ade a time of
ch Ililig aid hrigltening up; prelara
OKyt the arrival of the visitors. In
as well as the town au
hhswi i dohtles.s5 see to it that
the ciiy has on ils "best bib and
ticlker" wimhei the dolegales arrive.
.\NE NKlNl)10) CliANGINS.
TI iieniniial (iisetission of tle
(0)iuny-.1to-counity campaign "eircus"
is now in full swing. As has
bell in t he past, the discussion,
ia -:a far as the liewspapers
' 1 (,, (e'n1erned, has bieI largi
Iv oin -sided, editors being almost
12u~n. in t heir oppositioll to a
lamre Of (he .joiIt ("i ampaign
nmc s The co slsiis of, opinioni
l o 1 : i t lluey do 1.) good and
ody n !11colao hitteriess anul srife,
thew i(rtunity' hinii taken advanttaige
k iln, t a 'amil villify other
eo I ii L te(.. l I he t o (, the conii -
17 *>'1::1nii.y ',I lin, it s suggest
('d uih:0 iach cahi~nbli'to' he et toi his
d:1 hi-a campaoligni as h:' sees lit.
kimi o eblanige in our mxethod of Se
leeiti>. meni fir ibliu ollie, a chmange
wvhichi will dto away with thbe bitt1e:'
politie . Somth~inig oughit to lbe done
and11 oblably this is the thing, but we
arc doubtful. It. seems to its that the
jinlt i-ampainign a ffortds the chieapes(t
mei(thod( for the cndid(at.es to make
thela tI Ves and1 lhe ir vie ws knownl
to the' pelell and, as such1, Opi
('n1 . ' ibld wideri for the poor' as
we. w- rhe rieb (randidate to enter for
''ic. .\laiy goodl men0 ate kept1 fromi
tillite 1 en'I tnw by 1 the expense15 of
11 a : are go'.ingJ to miaki' a (change~f
of lSny Ikiixd, we ought to go about.
it li):. we~ 1133an busines, 1)oling
('nou'm ut we hetlieve that1 a chiange
ini the lengthI of Ithe termi oIf ''inst of
Iier (( d a (Iie:sort 1(1 biennia1l1 . 15ssionIs
of i. Iegis!atur are1 1 the two things
me (S I caua ttIted to1 correct 0111 govertn
mntlal evils at. hIbs time. It Is true
that to br'ing t hese chngesq about
woldli reir tie refraing thle constli
ttion in some pai'ticulars, butI lie
game1)1 is worth the candlle. Our gov
ernoiir and1 member'ts of the lower
house of theo legislaturre are hiardlly
now accustomed to their diuties be
fore they are required to run again.
Little tinme Is given for actual accom
ii lihment1 andl the short time betiveern
elections Is a constant reminder of
the (amp~aigni to come, acting as a de
terr'nt to serious and fruitful legis
latiorn. Long terms and fewer meet
ingd of the legislature would, wo be,
lieve, mnake more pratised men of our
legisla Io(rs and, by allowing timo for
f'actitonal ditffer'enlces to allay them
selves, tendl to place our plolitics on
a higbetr plarne. A goodl man in ofle
may well b~e kept there without a
consrtarnt reindnier' of elections and~ a
badl ii. n in the same 1place crannot (10
$01o)1 muh hame1)1, a fteor all, before lie 1s
kidln d touf. In fact, if we elect a had
o3'i n to)fli(:e we ought to be( willIiig
to Ia:..rn medicine anjywar.
+ SOCIETY. +
Thursday afternoon Miss ilizabeth
lichey in her usual charming manner
entertained at a miscellaneous shower
for Miss Kate Wright, a bride-elect.
Ilich crimson dahlias in tall, crystal
vass were placed here and' there, and
made the house especially attractive
at this time.
The guests were welcomed at the
door rly Mlrs. .1. .1. Adams and Mliss Cor
rie Hlart and invited into the living
r10o1t. AS the guests en tered they
were given cards and lie married la
(ies Isked to write i bit of advice to
thle honor guest. while the single girls
were asked to Write a toast. These
were read aloutd and afforded iiucl
Tle guests wore then ushered Into
lie library where many useful as wvell
as pretty gifts were displayed. Dur
ing the evening daInty little Misses
Rebecca Adams, Sarah Richey and
Irene Wilkes served a delicious salad
Nlias Richey was assisted during the
afternoon by Mesdames J. J. Adams
and William Rlichey, Jr. and Misses
Kathleen Wilkes and Willie Sexton.
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Ono of the most beautiful weddings
of the season was that of Miss Estelle
Gregory and Mr. Ernest ). E4asterl)y
of Laurens which was solemnized at
the home of the bride's sister, Mrs.
l)u Pont Guerry, Thursday eveting at
The reception rooms were beauti
fully devotated with potted plants and
cut flowers, the room in which the
ceriemiotny occurred beilig most at
ractlive in draperies of arlatan, smii
lax. antid sweet peas, the color 'cheme
of green aid white belig tastefIlly
cariled out. White sweet peas sus
pended by tulle streamers in the vvin
ter of Ihe room formed a beautiful
1ower inder which tle bridal party
.1tst before the cv:'einony Ir. Niar
R.ab sang. "I know a ILovely (;ait
deii," after which the btril: party
eitervd to tile strains of NIlendels
Soilln's rendered by Mi., lIadys Nl
ir1st came tle little rin.; hearer,
.M.eit r D"1u,'ont. Gueiky, nephew cv
the bride, who wore a lovely little
whie silk suit ald carried the ring
ol a 'Zilver (try. Then 'ollowed tie
mIaid of honior, .\liss Rosa siowdenl of
Spartal it urg, who was lovely in pink
cre1 de chilie trimied in nlr- aid
cr'ied a haniidsomiie houlilet of pink
Killariey roses. The bride then ('I
te:td wit I her brother, Mr. .lack
egory of Darligton, and .:s IIt
by the groom wit Iis best nuin, .\lr.
Doui.las Gray of Ibauirens. Th cere
molly was l.orfoild by tDr. 1". Mi.
Potcat ii t beautiful aid impressie
The blrido's natural loveliness . wa..s
hilauoed by her hanIsomile wedding
"ou),n fof voiy sali ii d in ill
'ar 11an made withI lon ourit traini.
anige blossoms, tell in Ithe end of the
rain atid she carried a beaunt iful bout
tilt of' bides(4'' ro51se and1( lillies of the
hlm ined iatel y afteri the cceemony a
b rillian tt r'ece'dti was hdbl. 'lThe
gutest s weore r'ecei ved at. thle dooir by
.\Irs. Louise Mlayes and~ Mrts. l. .1.
;Gagl and passed to the receiv'ing line
whliichi was eoiiiposed of Mr I. andi Mris.
(Gueri'y, thle bride anad groomili MIiss
Stnowden, MIr. Grtegor'y, .\lr. anid Nits.
Doiiglas Gi'ay of Lauriens, Mi's. Chas.
Lively3, Ni r. an Mr N ts. Geo. Snowden of
Sp1 ta tanbug, Mrts. I). 1'. MlcCuen a nd
Mrts. l'ast erby of Laur ens.
In the dinitng r'oomn Mrs. .1. MI.
Mal~tey and1( Mrs. E. M. Poteat re
('cived'. lle re a color scemne of pinuk
nd whli te haid been carried outt. A
uissin clitny (cloth ('cveed the
hamisomne diining table whtichl had as
a ecalt'rplece ant itnmetise bowl of
44inkl etysathemtumts. Lov'ely gilt
haske0ts also tilled w~l i Idnk chr'ysain
I hem tnms werie used thr ioughou t thle
rotm. NMrs. Wmi. C. i'irine and Mr is.
.hno. C'ar'y prtesiled at. the coffee urn,1
wh1ilie pink and white cr'eamtt with
white and t'r'uit. cake, and pink and
white mints were iiassed by Milss WiI
ma Prentiss, Miiss Woodslde, Mliss .Joy
MicCuten and Miss Eleanor Mitchell
driessedl in lovely pInk andi while
In the gift room, which was pre
sided over b~y Mr's. Frank Harper of
Lancaster andl Miss Ruth Easterby of
Laurens, were displayed many lovely
wedlding pr'esents which bespoke in a
measure the popularity of both Miss
Gregory and Mr. Easterby.
Mrs. Wilton Hf. Ear'lo andi Mrs. A.
C. Walker stood at the dloor as the
guecsts passed out.
Miss Gregory has many friends who
i'egret that her1 marriage wvill take
her out of Greenville but ar'e delIght
en t hat it, wili Pake her no fturther'
from them than thle neIghboring city
of Laur iens, wvhere Mr. ixasterby is a
Amtong the out of towni guests for
the n~'(( -ding were: Mr t. and NMrs. Geo.
naOWdeni nd NIa hr;!o-a nowden of
Spartanburg, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Con
dor and Mrs. Sam Rhea of Columbia,
Mrs. Frank Iarper of Lancaster, Mr.
Jack Gregory of Darlington, Mr. :Dav
enport Guerry of Macon, Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas Gray, Mrs. Easterby
mother of the groom, Mlisses Hattie
Kate and Ruth Easterby, and Miss
Martin, of Laurens.--Greenville Daily
In HIonor of 3lks Wright.
One1 of the loveliest and most unique
events of the past week was the "Lin
en Shower" given by M1rs. 11. K. Aiken
antd irs. .1. If. Teague at the home or
Mrs. Aiken, in honor of Mliss Kate
Wright, wliose marriage to Mr. T. N.
I lolimes is to take place November 17th.
Alout tifty guests were invited. En
closed in each invitation was a "blue
bird" vard and each guest was asked
to write on the card a wish for the
bride and return this to the hostesses.
The house was (larkened and beau
tifully decorated in trailing vines and,
ferns, tall vases of crimson and white
dlahlilas. chrysanthemuins and roses
being everywhere. Receiving at the
door' with the hostesses was Miss
Wright. In a corner of the hall was
the punch table, decorated with nas
turtiums and ferns. This was presided
over by Mrs. C. Lj. M\oore and 'Mrs.
Ehugene' -udgens After a short time
spent in playing "42", a delightful
salad course was served.
On the conclusion of this, the cur
tains of white, draped in trailing ferns
wer'e drawn, disclosing a beautifully
arranged fern covered well. Mrs.
Teague airoach ing the bride, in a
snappy little toast, Invitedl her to the
well. .\s the windlass was turned, a
iuiikt of gifts appeared. Attached to
each gift was the little 1blo bird card.
The bride-to-be opelled cach package
and Mis. Teagie read tle accompany
ing toast or wish. ''liere were several
buel( ci of gifts. \lrs. Aiken then ar
nngel tlise' toasts in a little booklet
:and pri'esented it to the lbride as a son
venir of the ovensioli, anld aii (xpe"
h'n of love and good wishes WhiI
n ill follow h'er to hrIi new home.
Th'liose w ho assisled 11lie hostesses
were Mrs. W. U. Me'ien. lrs. C. N1.
larke, Misses llenry Wright and
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A wed(liig scelne of exceptional
beauity jaId charm was that created at
tle loimie of .\irs. Rosa 1. Caine Wed
iesday eveniig wheni her daughter,
Toccoa, bveaime the bride of Walter
Iloge Powell, of WhIteville, N. C. The
eniie lower iloor, thrown into one for
the cereiony and beautiful reception
whicti follo\wed, was one of rare beau
ty, (left hands hiaviig assenibled and
arranged flowers, si I veIwa re and
draperies in artistic settinlgs through
out t le lovely liomne. The ce ieiony
was atteiided only ly the bitiniate
friendtls aild relat ives of the two faimi
lies, but thlie proiniiietce anud iiIIIer
0415 colinections of tlie faillilies made
thle eent oneo of w\ide( lintereSt.
'hite parlor, wiere tle ceriloniy
Was lperiforimetd, was deiorated in
white anid gireen, white caiidles set
in glass eanidlesi'ks castinug a soft
g low over thle scenle mlade more beau
ti fl by decoratiIons of southlern'i smii
laux anid whlite chruiysanthemiums. Pire
cein ig thle ceremony and whilie thle
guests were assembling .\liss Flourney
lull1, of Greeiiville, sing sweetly three
selectlins "Becauise", "Th'le We'ddin,'
Mlorn"' and "TI'ru ly I Love", heinig a
compilanied biy .\i's. Cora Cox Lu~cas 01n
thle liiano and~ Mliss Gr iace l)u iro' on
Priomp ltly3 at 8 o'clock thle Lohiengin i
wedd inig marchi was sonunded by .\irs.
Lucas an th1 le bridal Procession en
tered. Th'le ma Is of hionoir, thle dame
and thle briide dlescendled firomi lie see
(1nd( floor' andl wvere mnet by thlir es
corit s at th le foot of thle st airs. M\iss
Mlaiga ret ('level anid, of S" aritaniiburg
and .\lr. It. ( . Gray Ifirst (ientered and
took lieir iilaces in thle larzlori. They
were followed by .\liss Edith Smith,
of t'nion, and~ M\r. G. 8. Danuiels, of
Goldsbormo, N. CT., w ho ini tuirn wcere
followed 1by Mliss MAyria Younhg, of Un
ion, and .\ir. W. N. Ev~eret, o (f Ilock
Inoghiami, N. MAiss ('arol ie rndon, of
Greenvillec, thle iia id of honor, eni er
(ed alone. She was followed ('onsecu
lively by thle two dames, sist ers of
lie brIde, M\rs. C. L. Not tinghiam,. of
Caple ('hai'les, Va., and Mi's. Frank
I lammiondl Caine, of Laurens. The
mlalis an~h dhames were e!xquisitely
gowned In yellowv pu~ssy' willow taffeta
with chiffon and gold trImmings and
carriedl bouquets of yellow chirysan
After the dlame~s came the groom on
the arm of his brother, 10. Farrier
Powell, of Whitville, N. C. The ring
was carrnied In an artistic white tulle
basket b~y Etta Ihamilton Powell,
nice of the groom, ot Whiiteville, N.
C. flose petals were scatteredl in the
pathway of the bride by Mlariegen
Nottiighiaim, of Cape Charles, Va., and
Msisi' Jamnes Powell, of Wilmnington.
Th'le bide ,of a beautifiil blond type
andt noted foi' her innate swecetness andl
imnifold charmis, was never moie
lovely than on the eveninig (If heri wedl
ding. She Centered~ the pai'lor on the
arim of lier' sistei', Mi's. Join V. Gar]..
int'lon. (If Loi Angeler, Cal. ntti'end
in white charmeuse with overdraped
silver Georgette crepe and rose point
lace studded with pearls. A soft
cascade train fell gracefully from her
shoulders and over this, suspended
from a coronet of flesh orange blos
soms and valley iles, flowed her
veil. Her only jewel was a bar of
pearls and diamonds, a gift of the
groon. She carried a shower bouquet
of bride's roses and valley lillies. Mrs.
Garlington wore a creation of laven
der Georgette crepe with opal trim
mnings and carried a biouquet of Amerl
can Beauty roses.
'I'lie bride was met at. the improvise'd
altar by the groom and a short and
impressive ceremony was performed
by itev. C. F. Rankin, I)astor of the
First Presbyterian church. Upon the
coipletioni of tlie ceremony the young
Couple receIved the congratulations
and best wishes of those in attend
'i'huiirsday morning the bride and
groom left for a northern trip, the
bride w aring a going away gown of
midnight blue chiffon broadcloth,
martin fur and a becoming hat of
taupe. In several weeks they will be
at home at Whiteville, N. C., where
the groom is a rising young member
of the bar, already entering on a suc
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Following the, wedding of 'Miss
Toccoa Caine and Mr. Walter Hoge
Powell, Mrs. Rosa 1. Caine tendered a
reception in their honor. The guests
were met at the front door by Mr. and
M's. It. F. Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. S.
M. Wilkes and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Wilson. .\lr. and Mrs. W. G. Lancas
ter directed them to the parlor where
tile bridal party received. From the
parlor tlie guests were directed to the
dining room where deliclous crieam,
cake ald mints were served. Here a
color scheime of green and white was
Was ca'lried out, effective use being
miiade of silverware and chrysanthe
musills. Suspended over the bride's ta
ble was a large gold ring showered
with Valley lillies and the table itself
wa8 covelr with a ('luny piece. ln
tertaiiing lin heire weirc )Ir. and Mirs.
W. I. Gray and Mrs. V. C. Iriby, .r.,
and lr. and .lMrs. N. It. Dial. Mrs. Eim
ina Iloper, .\irs. Mark hillais and
Mrs. Brooks Swygert served the re
freshienis, in whlch file color scheme
was also carried out.
Alisses Caroline Fleming, Elizabeth
Young, .1tuanita Vilkes. Rosa Gray
and .larion Nottinghian acted as
Chalilling wait resses. Miss Julla Irby
and M.\iss Wil Lou Gray directed(l the
guests to thid library rootn wvhere cof
fee and cheese straws were served by
.\liss Better 13rown, of Lancaster, and
liss Marjorie Gelder and Mr. Allie
1.4'e. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Aloseley
PIrSided over tle gift hook. In lhIs
room also was Ile array of wedding
111esenits, promlinenvt amlong which!I was
the chest or silver the gift of the
bride's mot1her. MlIsses Kaltlierilne Ir
by, K'Iie Siminions and MIr. and .\rs.
-lames It. Davis assisted inl entertain
ing liere. In lie iniiuc room, wheore
the (in1t of town guesis we'ire. in line,
.Xi'. and i's. U. ('. Albirighit,. .\i'. and
.\lr's. .1. WX. lDunmklin, .Iir. and .\i's. WX.
II. (reen, Dr. and .\irs. .1, WV. Powell,
.\Ilms. \'ginla Caine, and M\r. and Mr's.
A. I), Gray assisted in entertaInIng.
Tihe ouit-of-towin guests Included
i's. II. Ii. Powell, .\irs. A. El mo
Powell, Ii. D). WVIIlamson, of WXhitc
ille, N. C., Mr. and .\i's. Jlohn I ern
doD, .\iss Carol H leindon, ,MIss Pearl
Ilai'ton, MlIss Flouriney 11111, Green
villec; ir. and Mi's. WV. II. Green,
Clariksilie, TPenn.; XX. N. Ever'et t,
llor'klnghiam, N. C.: 0. S. D~aniel,
Goldsbjoro, N. C.,' .\ir. and Mi's. It. F.
Fleming, Miss Fleming, Gi'eenwood;
-Mi's. .\1. Stewiai't I teath aiid Miss Ilet
tie llr'own', L~ancastei'; Miss Minnie
lFaul, lalt iimre; MiIss Iyi'a Young
and .\lIss E~dithI Smithi Union; M1Iss
Margaret ('lev'eland, M\iss (;race Dii
IPre, S"paritanb urig; Dr~i. and Mi's. C. L,.
NottIginha, Misses Marion, Mariegene
andl liosa ('aIine~ Nott inghiam, Cape
Chiarles, X'a.; Dri. and Mrs. JT. XW.
Powell, Wilmiington, N. C.; Mr's. .T. Y.
Garlington, Los Angeles, Cal.
For Sale---I mproved farmi 54 1-2
acies. Good cottage and outbulidinigs.
Prmice low and terms easy. XW. Ii.
C'linkseales, Laui'rns, S. C. 1i-I i-pd
(Cross .inchior Comnimnity FaIr.
Neat and attr'actIve booklets giving
complete information of thme commun
ity fair to b~e obsei'ved at Cr'oss An
elhor October 29-30, have 'been widely
dlistribuited by Dr. W. B. Patton, cor
iesponding secretary of the Cross An
chor community association. The
bookIets4 barry premiums offered for
best displays of farm products, live
stock, poultry and for best exhibits
in many other depIartmfent..
The officials of the fair hope to
make this occasion one of great merit,
profit and( pleasure and ever'y indica
ion points to a most sucessful event.
Sileeial effoi'ts wvililibe expendecd ini
making "school (day"' on Fi'iday the
one big event and fully 500 school
children will par itici pate in thle pariadle
lFor $ale--iim'rovedl farm S I 1-2
ncees Good ('ott age andl outbu ildIings.
P'rioe low and ter'ms easy. XW. [I.
Cllinksales. Lauriens. S. C, 1.-.t-p.nd
IUPTUlE EXPERT HERE.
Seeley, Patronized by U. S. Army and
Navy, Called to Spartanburg.
F. H. Seeley of Chicago and Phil
adelphia, the noted truss expert, will
be at the Finch blotel and will remain
in Spartanburg Friday only, November
5th. Mr. Seeley says: "The Spermatic
Shield as now used and approved by
the United States Government will not
only retain any case of rupture per
fectly, affording immediate and poin
plete relief, but closes the opei Ig in
10 days on the averag case. h,,iis in
strumnent received th only ward hi
10ngland and In Spati , ii ducing re
suits without surgeryji n ctions, med
ical treatments or pt riptions. Mr.
Seeley has documents fromt the Unit
ed States Government, Washington, -1).
C., for inspection. All charity cases
without charge, or if any interested
call he will be glad to show rame with
out charge or Ilit them if desired. Busi
ness dellands prevent stopping at any
other place in this section.
SPECIA L NOT ICES.
For Sale-Registered Duroc Jersey
Pigs, $6.00; one registered Duroc Jet
sey sow, $30.00; two Berkshire sows,
entitled to registration, $25.00 each;
grade pigs and shoats all sizes. W. H-.
Clinksedles, LAurens, S. C. 14-1t-pd
For Slle-Improved farm 54 1-2
acres. Good cottage and outbuildings.
Price low and termo easy. W. H.
Clinkscales, Laurens, S. C. 14-1t-pd
Lost-At or between Chestnut Ridge
church and the home of J. D. W. Watts
a black hand.ustchel, containing a
lady's watch with monagran C. E. D.
and aligator purse with two ilve and
three one dollart bills. Suitable re
ward is offered if returned to Mrs. J.
D. W. Watts or Advertiser office.
Seed Grain-Punre rexas Red Rust
Proof Seed Oats. sound and bright.
Fine Seed WN'heat, Winter llarley.
-rinmson Clover Seed. Get them at .1.
1i. Sullivan'q. Il-It
For ltent-One or Iwo farmns near
town, good land and well located. .\p
ply to C. 1). Moseley. 14-It
FOr Sale-Duroc Jersey Pigs. ('an be
registered. W. Y. Baldwin. Barksdale.
Rt. One. 1l-1t-lid
Wanted-To rent or lease :3 to 5
horse farm in good state of eultiva
tion with nice dwelling. Write me at
once. II. G. Madden, Laurens. R1t. .
(hevrt'det .AtIomoblies are genuine
valties. look at these prices: Monroe
Roadster at $160; Clevrolet Touring
correctly with good Jo'
Shaped Shoes at mode
Our School S
B. A. ROLF
In Anthony P. Kelly's
"The Soul ol
5 WONDERFUL ACTS
Music by S
Show. Start; 2:00, 3:30
A AAAAAA A
Car "Four-iinety" at $490. 'A new
model and a dandy Chevrolet "Baby
Grand" Touring Car at $750. Fully
equipped, a product of experience.
When, in Greenwood make our garage
headquarters. The glad hand awaits
you. We need a representative at Lau
rens. We can sell your Ford if you
have one. The Automobile Exchange,
Greenwood, S. C. 14-tf
Wanted-To buy small cash register.
See lyman Lurey, Laurens, S. C.
For Itent-or Leae-for long term
10; acres, lying alon1; and below Far
Icy Avenue. Apply to Mrs. Rosa I.
For Sale-The famous Stomp Spring.
Noted for its fljie mineral water; 200
acres farm and pasture land; located
near Renno, S. C., between Seaboard
and C. N. & L. railroad. Apply to
11. M. Wolff, Laurens, S. C. 19-2t
Farm for nlt-The Wright place
near Lisbon, 4 or 5 horse farm. See H.
Y. S1impso1 or .J. N. Wright. 13-2t
Fo/ llent-Two comunicating of
fices. Water, light and steam heat in
cluded. Apply to Laurens Nat. \Bank.
Wanted-Few list-class inilk cows,
fresh in, nothing under 3 gallons, also
good calves wanted. Write me what
you have and price. D. A. Coleman,
Fountain Inn, S. C. 13-2t-pd
Notice-Registered puroc Jersey
Boar ready for service at Tumblin
Shoals. Fee $3.00 or a p1g. Sullivan
Power Co. 13-2t
Notice-Registered Berkshire Boar
ready for service at Boyds Mill. Fee
$3.00 or a pig. Reedy River Power
For Sale-Carpenter Organ, used
only short time. Bargain. Address
Mrs. L. A. McCord, or call at Mrs. Mc
Cord's studio, Laurens, S. C. 11-5t-pd
For Sale Or Will Trade together or
separately for cattle or stock, one
White-Blakesley 15 h. p. gas engine
with throttling governor, and 46 inch
corn mill, in good condition. L.
Townes Curry, Gray Court, S. C.
Money to Loan-In lots of $1,000 and
ulp on imiroved farm land from 4 to
10 years. Rates reasonable. Apply
by letter to J. S. Craig, Laurens, R. P.
D., or to A. C. Todd,.Laurens. 10-4t
For Sale-70 acres well iniproved
farm, with good dwelling, out build
ings and tenant house, good neighbor
hood, convenient to school and church
es, known as Ernest Benet home place.
Anderson & Blakely. 7-tf
Land For Sale.-on long terms.
Also land to rent, from one to twenty
five horse farm. See me or wr ite me
at once. Thos. '%. Shaw,
2-tf. Laurens, S. C., R. F. D. 4.
T HERE'S no time
in life when the
Foot should be so
carefully Shod as
If you'll bring
.the children here,
=we'll fit their feet
sking, durable, Nature
hoes are Best
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