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Notice of AplIction of Charter.
Notice is hereby given that the uu
dersigned Intend to file with Hon. W.
11ank Dove, Secretary of State of
Siutli Carolina, a declaration for a
chater' for Vincent .lotor Car Cum
Pally, whicl proposed corporation is
to hlave its principal place of busiIne33
at Laurei, S. ", anlud the general 11a
titre of the biiness vlich it proposes
to do is iliat of geieral autonobile
dealer, huyving a1 nd seling and other
wise hai n.ili automobiles. trucks,
tractors ani oth%. I..otor velicles and
velhicles of all kilds, parts, acce;
sorkes, oils. greases, gasolin ant owl
ilng ad ri:l a garage, repair
shop. Villeanliz:Ing stationl, an~d to do alII
thins;.. in h atl. Il to 1itose above sel
I i-hts powers 1 and
v . ,lin torporatios
T.,twr.' !,c T endital 'tock of the
ra to b lifty thous
ddd ino iv hnisl
wa of lii
('ltunti o f iiu en .i i
0.1 0. thThoinpson M~oayJde
\\h i . r t : \iti i ld s l
to into : anhi Idi ltt4ir1 of Adin
Sth.e a , 4t hore, to cite and ad
Cnon i ll nd tuar ()I- kinred
andll )IrIditrs of tihe saiu \\'. I". .\Id..
CkI d[ "d N i. that t1y bi andl an
t ar bef-o, in in - t (' rt1 . i of Illil -
bThl, . to - be h l t ol.:turen idCoudt
of .l u-. l''". tixt, a ft -r puliiI
hori -ii. at I lo ihk in thi4 for-noon,
to; show c i.as if any hi \. havi. why.
Sile said aI i d iital'lln shl Id 1ol >1
i t gilI -r iy iaitIi i his li th day
of .\lay. Ann 1 1h1m 1 1 Tin I I 12I.
Iivn t' a I I o . .c T i IO.\e fl>S .'l l,
4 1-2t-A .J. 1> . C.
Ou' of Fi?
'Phonc your g-roccr or
druggist for a <lozen1 boules;
of ihis d . d elan, -a glasi
wiilh mea - !--':i IfuI relief, or
no ciar- for t' - fir-t do/:-n wucd.
PURE UIGESTIVE AROWAri's Wlilt
Si1vA 1 t,I. L WvATE" AXD C:'il
No'uiing like it for r-a ti hi
It I ;,::; I
Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid
troubles are most dangerous be
cause of their insidious attacks.
H-eed the first warning they give
that they need attention by taking
The~ world's standard remedy for these
disorders, wvill often ward off these dlis
eases aind strengthen the body against
further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists.
Look for the name Gold Medal on every .iot
and accept no imitation
ROBS CALOMEL OF
NAUSEA AND DANGER
Doctort' Favorite Medicine Now
Purified and Refined from All.
Objectionable Effects. "Calo
tabs" -the New Name.
What will hona".ii ingenuity do next?
j4mlokelessl powdler, wIireles telegraphy,
lorSelesst cariaugts, c!olorless0 incdine, taste
10es (sl uinine1,--now C iit comes nauealess enilo
For biliousness4t, consitipationl and1 jindi
gestioni thet ne0w calimll tablet is a prael
tially perfect remiedly, al etvidenicedl by
the fact that then mlanulfactulrers have au
thoriz/ed aill druggists to refunhd the price
if the cutotlf is not "peCrfctly delighted"
with (Calotab~s. One tablet at bedtime with
a swallow of waiter-that's all. No taste,
no3 natusea, no griping, no salts. By mornm
Ing your liver is thoroughly cleansed and
you are feeling fine, witht a hearty appe
tite. IEat what you please--no dIanger~-go
about your business.
Calotabs are not sold in bul1k. Get an
original DackagC, sealed. Price, thirty.
* LANFORD NEWS. *
Lanford, May 17.-As wo begin to
think of the Laurens Advertiser this
week, we are very sad at the thought
that one very enjoyable part of its
pages will be missing, never to be seen
any more, and that is the inspiring
ai(d enicotraging pieces from Madden
Etatioi. WVe all eiijoyed dear "Aunt
Kate'.'" pieces and read them with in
terest, and yet we never told her so.
Hlow we wish she could know how we
aIpprciated her. 'l1er death was a
grlat slhock to lier many frien(is 11n
admirors. H1er life was a great blessiig
to the coimunity 11 and (onlity and the
noblev work and1l aibition) shle lih s ill:
l l aIt i Ii chito b 'i1 1(l her (1)11
rrIn missionary idavorl will tbe
. a 1 1m0I'aIl to her. Yes, sh) will be
:I for iv -r lifor l o k ountedl for!
mi h j heti n r11 t and Il( advane.
v1n 1 .1 1 il 1111(. s. \\'. . wir-ly y
tg.: wiilh theo 1 roaved fal tily
1i'. . N. i m" (l4dy pr nel'ei a fiio
1r14). an appreviativ a
tt r. an l .\lMr C lortsol. (if 'ater
.kln. iarrents (if Ml-y. S4aml Dliutoond,
\ ildht ' ait the Druo dr i n
l ns itunday' .
. . . Iowler and .\is,1 ( f i r-ril
i-*'w r vi sitd Ora for'the O W ek-ed,
beinlig 5ues4ts of (\is 1lta lI'lminw,
Is. T. 1'. Vyril and . s. S. .\. Fl
ing1. Thny also InjoYed sovices at t h)%,
A.I . 11. . iarc ).
Mlrs. a. F''. Fowlrh Is not very wll
hi.week. Allrs. Jo. 1). John3soan is sick
.\iIt. .o1o N t i ikofler, (if (O. A, th
Ilf., at C'1(1'am .ackson, was the wee
e'i gillst a i th- I homit of .\Mr. T. ('..1
11 r. T. I'. i 111n11* and family, of
(I'll i o 'l. M r t' , \'' I Is ti
oli'.n, ( 1 .\l'.a . r . l . .\. 'ayl anl i
motlher andil brothI r, ani d .\l . ('harlit
'ioil , of Greenollwoo i, sp il't Sunda,y
.\iss salliv .\lichael has returnedt'( to
iir hom in North Carolina, after
speningil several dlays withi heri sis
.t, . rs. t. W. .John1son .
.\r. and \Mrs. Osear Hlolmes of lu
renis, visitedI their mother and( sister,
.\rts. m011es anId .s. Prince last Sul
Alissews .\argarevt \\aldrep amdi Gilliv
.\lae Cox have returnied froml 'nijoni
af . very enljoyable visit of two
weeks to their coulsin, NIllss .1ilu lI
.\Mr. and .\rs. laoni Hill, .\Ir. anid .\rs.
olmeir Williams spent. S7tunday with
-ir. ands.i Clarence Garrett.
.ilr. Toy '"row an .\ti . 11N A R. flolm(s
wer in ray Courts Saturday aftvr
woon inspciting ears.
Tis Cany friInis of .liss Nannie
I-aanfordi will bm. gladI to knlow that Shet
has rt coveredI slffliently to be atI homei
ag i, afr beinl g b i n tilie hospital ih
cral weekis for trvalmentil.
M' r. air Mrs. .1. S. Iliegins d d i'h
.\Mr. )dI Ai . . hadley t, 1. nr. ee l
it, and r. lond'i .\nd T,. l. Mlarmant
t1o I-uret wolmbi utess y to Aisee
he a1mio 11i(1 11'1antnh- ransi4 ene
.\4)031 N' o lo 'an ton ' o'chht 1i''
["m i laie iriatoi Iine fertle
tecan to e evi h-br1a led ( with401 a~t pin *
byO~ orhei'atn and inuyedlate fr *
of the .scoo. ol
At,lr. Al. . (harbinadhaily Mr ina'-1
f0.ll PINT h tant Kms, d
bchool closed a very succful yea
btinghe menh elen ana lare
br oehe vol-ley d sptde4ofeche
cyth hide. Yhu cpicneeaturdayV
wh Noe ood. DqinnJer..
Als hr 'oazman, ofi~ Cros
notore t Colrumbo, ~ia Tusa to seeh
tin came down Saturtay and returned
Mrs. ,B. D. ,Broadway, of Summer
ton, Is spending some time with 3r.
'Mrs. J. D. 'Hunter and family, of
Barksdale, atten(led the picnic at 31t.
Mr. Ted Nelson, son of Mr. T. TI.
Nelson, of Louisville, Ky., visited his
father last week. lie has acce)ted a
position in 1towah, Tenn.
Mrs. J. M. .loies spent a few days
reclltly with her sitser., Mrs. Hill, of
Ml. and Irs. C. W. Rhodes, of near
(re'venwood, splient Suntday with .r. and
.\lrs. T. 1'. 1 )inean nid mother.
.\lr. Guy A. Moore spient last Sminday
w.ith his father in Augusta, Ga.
.\Mr. id at ent Sat'rday anld
Snitdly n ith rel:ttives in Spartanh r.li.
.vlr. IOtles ('tnliinghain, of Gieen
Wool, slwit Sun(lay with his mother,
.\r.;. Della ('llininghaiia.
. . .'. I'11111cal has et iinh 110111 .
ifter spnin. soe time wvith ila
tives, ill I il''l ,
Alr. Lf'o Weatheris, of Founltain) 1nn,
vaule dlown Wi dlehl(lIv and liel erul his
b-rother. .\It. Ton1l \\'athers, withl Ik
far in. .\lr. Weathers has been sick for
soln oillne ani leighbors have joinal
inl andlle h111n planlt his farm.
Messr~s. Biirts and Plattde Nelsonl
lnt Tlsday n ight in (reen wood
\. .\l\s. e .\ Mldde , S':, of Stoney
Point, N. "'., ,,peit Sunday with rela
mr. .lim iRiddle aindl faiilv, of
Watts Mills, spent last Sunday with
Mrs. Guy M.iloore.
* *. * . e ... ee **.......
* SULPIIR SPIlINGS NEI'S
*g* **.*. * * , g ee ... ,
Sulplitir Springs, May l7.--The Mt.
Pleasalit school closel last FridAy. ,Ap.
propriate (Xercises vt :, held by the
chilliren 'I'l u rsday nigt and a plenice
wa;s given on Saturday. I'nder the
malagement of Miss 11111 and 3.iss
liiun1gans ou1r school has maue wonder
fill advancelinenti and it is gratifyi ng
to us to know that their service has
beeni secnred for another session. Or
:i'hool will vilnploy it third teacher
for the next term and we have beeig
l!)NI'ielld Ilat .liss Nova Fuller of
Clinton la.4 boein secured foi tlhis posi
lion. With her ','asitLance we pirelet,
if possible. a greater success in our'
fittir thain inl tlie past.
In the absence of our pastor, Rev.
Vernilllion, Mr. W. P1. 'I'homlason, of
llatrens, made a very interesting talk
o an attentive eongi'egation Sundiiiay
1tnd1 we h1olm to have him wit It us of
(li ill the fiuture.
.\lrI. aitl \l rs. .James Boyd. of Spat'
anhtir, at tlvlIle services at Mt. Pleas
Mir. .lnes Miller, who Itha een wil)
he lleil Telephone CompaiIy, at An
.\S. .\l .ry Fowll r, twho s le tle
irrive lI u w llas:tOeekt nd w lls.
l'l.(Iidtg r.tot .t T .l.l-awsn, otfa 1:kom,
or ei d viat .\loun Ileiam Su da;
I i . MIni .\h i n o d li.of I 1.:e W ~t isit;.
-rI intot r (' nhi Je t ' Sutl sh astn
ndt wihihtr lay fren.
3lir. an .\Ii'\\ Alk. r o. 'l .\gubb of bain
ens i tellr f I as i S btn. V it td fritndI
\lr'. LaneTongluen, candohateeno tel3
bk, is wsni inte atleti wt. lheig
.i's ' aray 'nd anaie Ia vry ofl (olui
res ittn h ied alli i'enjIoyedt. eiln
hunIt .\('I' hero, wh itI hae Is e at-k
M's M0bite S an of uol Witt bis.I
dst u thermousin, .\ W. Ga.n last.
:lldanyu. a f~roon
Mr..i.iohniC. S NniS.h.
.\tr. He Thel, Mho 1Shsl been ery
ick iss Isomte btner hast ti wt'nihni.
'ont heotheri wl'e she- is e.
M.\:. innie Paaof Watlrlnblasi
isiting iner ohmuni\ty. (las \V.a
.\Mr. Jobnerot .\as hetns oed ho
ito Feunday afternao rtrn.
st froda naftr na veryh shere shfu
Mr S ...lor ofWtro ii
-has been teacfring for, the last two
Miss Ethel Sharp has returned frum
her school at Calhoun Falls.
-AMr. N. 11. Wood was a business vis!
tor in 'Laurens 'Saturday.
Shows Blood Circulating.
By fitting nl powerful 'aicroscopa to
n notion-ple'ur enmnern a Michiganl
physicinn hr.4 succeel(r, in throwing
on the screen detailed pictures of the
circulation of the blood. The complete
film presents a vlew of a chick-m's
heart in action, deionstrates the re
action, deplcts the causes and results
of obstructed flow, and maaa c'.ear
the operation of tha electrocar'.lo
. "..h I 4. .ti l n . ..th _ et,
INSURANCE--FIRE AND LIFE
A BBEVILLE-GREENWOOD MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION
Rate: $5.00 per $1,000.
We repr)esent seveial of the best Life Insurance Companies.
Attractice Polleke sand Low Itates.
SULLIVAN & MADDEN
OtIco-Old Robertson Hotel PhonIe 419
G OOD mileage, good looks,
good traction-all to an
extreme degree-are features of
these tires. In their making and
in their selling, the Fisk Ideal is
a vital factor.
The Fisk Ideal: "To be the best
concern in the world to work
for, and the squarest concern in
existence to do business with."
Next Time-BUY FISK
IIA RNEY ELEtCTIiC CO.. I,auroins4
I'AIMET'( Awry( & SUPL'Y Co.. Laurcnm
\NCENT MOTOR Co., I.O.nurn
ADAMS MOTOR CO.. ILurens
CROSS MIA, IIAlI)WARI , CO.. Cross H1ill
.1. M. SIMONS. itville; W. C. WAIITION. Waterloo
, It. FRIDAY & CO., Gray Court
J. j. JUNTEIl & CO., Owings
Time to Reetio?
Iu DMW V1k)
People who have an idea that it is impossible to
get good shoes at moderate prices these days
when shoes are costing so much more than they
ever cost before, are invited here to see our line.
The new Spring styles are ready and we've great
satisfaction in store for the person who wants a
handsome, stylish, graceful and durable shoe at
a conservative price.
NO SAMPLES OR COMPOSITION
This shoe store never handles uncertain shoes or samples,
We could not afford to destroy the reputation that we have
enjoyed for nenrly 15 years for always selling nothing but
solid leather shoes.
Our shoes are made upon honor, by reliable manufacturers
and every pair backed with the well known Switier guar
I OWN .