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Thursday Oct. 1st
The ladies are invited to a big display of the most attract^
ive line of "Mexican Draw Work" and other fancy Scarfs and
Table Covers ever shown 5 i Laurens.
Lot No. 1. Consists of a big line of Bureau, Side Board and
Chiffonier Scarfs and Table Covers in linen goods, value up
to $1.50, choice of the lot Thursday 50c
Lot No. 2. A big line elegant Hemstitched Sca.fs, Pillow
Shams and Table Covers, value up to 50c, choice for
Great Ladies' Suit Skirt and Cloak Showing.
It is a source of gratification to have had so many favorable
comments on our big exhibition in this department last week and
it gives us pleasure to say that several arrivals by express enables
us to make a much larger and more attractive display this week.
In Coat Suits
We are showing- in different styles and materials in Herrinbone,
Cheviots, Chevron Worsteds, Broad Cloths, Serges and in fact
about everything that's new that's worth having at per suit, price
$l2.5o to $3o.
In Voile and Panama Skirts.
Wo aro showing a great variety of tho newest including the new Sheath Skirt. Prices
$5.00 to $12.50.
In Stylish Cloaks.
Embraces a great range of styles from the most staple to the highest novelties in lilack,
Brown, Castor and Tan. At $5.00 to $25.01?.
For School Children.
We are showing a great line of the best in Shoes, the kind that aro comfortable and
that will wear $1.00 to $2.60. Also a great line of the host in School Stockings al 15 and 25c.
For Men and Boys.
Wo are making a great Show of now materials in all the nobby styles of the season and from the best Manufacturers al price?
that will win your favorftblo consideration. Men's Suits $10 to $:??">. Hoy's Suit. $2.50 to $0.00.
J. E. Minter & Bro.
The Reliable Store.
The Kind That Mother Used to MaKe
Kvorybody ia fond of tolling about "the
kind mother usod to make." In fart, any*
thing mother made, from mince pics to bis
cuits, was an incomparable joy. Tho wise
mother will erect, a monument in (he mind of
horoffspring, when she makes hoi bread,
biscuits and pastry witli
the cleanest, sweetest, most nutrition-; Hour
manufactured. M makes that fluffy light
bread that hllitdfl muscle and nourishes the
system. ?Hng up your children on bread
made of COLUMBIAN FlA)UH and you will
MAK E HOME HAPPY.
J. S. Machen ? Co.
Read what Mrs. Ja?. R. Blair of Boston has to any about Bloodlne.
" My daughter had Stiff Cited from birth (for twenty years)
?from Eczema, and had tried n. u.y so called euros and dorm?
of physician's prescriptions With little or no relief, until I was
ftdvisod to have her try " liloodine," and I am thankful today
to be able to inform you that she has been entiri ly < ured fitti r
using six bottles of " liloodine." " Bloodine " is positively the
only remedy known to science that has the full power to drive
this much dteaded disease Out of the system; no matter how
long you have been afflicted with it. What Mrs. Rlalf says Is
enough to convince the most skeptical that " liloodine "will
cure any RlOOtl Disease. liloodine costs but f>Oc per bottlo,
Six bottles for 02.50. Mail orders tilled promptly,
bloodine I.iver fills cure Constipation and Liver Ills, 25c
per 1k>x, Sold on a positive guarantee by
Dr. B. F. POSEY
Laurens, S. C.
Mr. ('. W. Kitchens, <>f Augusta, ar
rived in tho city Wcdnosday of last
weck to lako charge- of the Southern
Express offico h?re foro timo. Mr. \v.
II. Gilkerson, Jr., while relieved te n
po/arily, will devote- most of Iris time
to his bottling works business,
WANTR1) The trado lo know that
wo have received a enr <>f Hour from
[liberty Mills, RlcdmoM Mills and Dun
lop Mills. This flour was bought nl ih<
bottom. You can Bavo money by buy*
ing from us.
I>IX1FLOUR AND GRAIN <'<>.
A Common Error.
The Same Mistake is Made by Many
It's a common error
To plaster the aching back.
To rub with liniments rheumatic
J When the trouble comes from the
\ Doan's Kidney I'ills cure all kidney
k And are Qhdorsod by I.aureus citizens.
f .1. II. Nash. 225 Main St., Laurens.
I S. ('., says: "1 have given my name in
f recommending Doan's Kidney I'ills in
the hope that a few of the many who
I sutler from kidney trouble may bo beno
' tiled thereby. My Uuhieys were irreg
| ular in action and paused considerable
* pain about the SUffllll of my back. 1
I ' was told that Dili's Kidney Tills were
I good Cor such troubles and deciding to
try them, I bought a box at the Pal
metto Drug Co, I ha I taken them but
a short time when the pain di appeared
and my kidneys were strengthened.
From the results I received I can say
that Doan's Kidney I'ills are a most ro
' ' liable ki !ney remedy."
For >le by :.li dealers. Prico 50
cents. Foster-Million) Co., Uutfulo,
New Yrrk, side agents for the United
Itemember the tur.nt Donn's and
lake no other.
M State of South Carolina.
) I COUNTY OF UNION,
i i OUUT OK COMMON IM.KAS.
M.I. W. Norwood, Plainlill', vs. Macbeth
I Young, Defendant.
?? In obedience to an order made ill
S above slated case 1 will sell at Laurens,
f I before tbo Court House door, during the
?legal hours of sale, oil salesday. Oct.
5th, I1M18, the following lands, viz: All
? I I hose tracts, pieces or parcels of land
1 lying, being and situated in the county
[of Laurens, in the Stale of South < aro
B [linn, in Hunter Township, and known
Mas the ".lohn L. Young's Sallie ]'..
i Young tract," the other tract being
f known as the "Grandfather trad and
the Meadow tract," containing two
hundred and Iifty-six and one half acres,
I the said tract having been conveyed to
lino by Laurens (i. Young, Macbeth
Young and Susan Jane Weber by their
deed dated loth Nov., 1905, and'having
such shape, metes and bounds as will
I more fully appear by reference Lo plats
of same, dated Nov. 2<lth, 1X91, said
plats made by .lohn L. Young.
TEKMS OF SALE.
One half cash and the balance on a
credit of one year from day of sale,
credit portion secured by bond of the
purchaser and a mortgage of the prem
ises sold with leave to pay all cash
('. II. PEAKE,
Master for Union County,
Reversible I )isc Plows.
both going and
Car load of these Plows
k just received and may be
\ bought at reasonable prices.
\ I Last year wc sold a solid car
of thorn. Did they please
\ you ?
) ASK YOUR
; SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. J
Miss Ethel Mao King, of Greenwood,
was tho charming honoroe at u delight
ful tea given Tuesday ovening by Mrs.
lt. B. Hell at her elegant country home
near the city. As an cntortuinor Mrs.
Hell has few equals and the reception
Tuesday evening was in all respects one
of the most delightful and thoroughly
enjoyable of the season, Miss King u
an unusually charming and attractive
young woman, endearing hcrsell to all
who uro so fortunate as to enjoy her
acquaintance and friend.-hip. She is at
Mrs. Bell's for a few days before re
turning to Millersburg, Ky.. where she
holds a position in the faculty of the
female college. Those who had the
pleasure of meeting Miss King were:
Misses Baileys, /.clone Gray, Grace Sim
mons, Mat tie Tar rant; and Messrs, W.
(1. Lancaster, Kugeno l-'oushee. It. Coke
Gray, Artie Fousnce, Krank K. Sprat!
and S. K. Honey.
An event of unusual interest during
last w?ek was the marriage Wednesday
evening of Miss Sadie Kuddock Itichov
and Mr. ICugenc Pent Lungsnon, which
occurred at S..'10 o'clock at the home of
the bride's uncle, the lion. VY. It.
Itichey, Sr. There were no cards issued
and only a few of the most intimate
friends had the pleasure of witnessing
tho ceremony, Miss Jessie Boll played
the wedding march in a style and man
ner peculiarly her own, both as tho
couple entered the parlor and as the
words of the pretty ceremony were pro
nounced by the Rev. ('has. I'\ Kankin,
of the First Presbyterian church. Mr.
ami Mrs. Langslon arc ut home at Mrs.
C. M. Clarke's, on West Main street.
Complimentary to Miss Drucillu
Means, of Snarlanhurg, a reception
was tendered last Tuesday evening by
the Muses Drummond at Choir home on
South Harper street.
Tuesday morning at her home on Main
street Miss Willie Mae Childross was
the attractive hostess at an elegant
morning reception to the Mysterious
Twenty-two club. Miss Childross was
assisted in entertaining her guests by
Misses Annie and Julia Cilkerson.
Hearts was the game played by tho
young ladies, and after an hour of
pleasure thereat delicious refreshments
in the form uf n salad course and grape
juice were served by Misses Annie
Belle and Bessio Childross.
The Itov. L. M. Itoper and family, of
Spartanburg, spent a few days last,
week with the families of Messrs. t'.
II. and M. I). Itoper, of this city.
Miss Bottie Watts is spending a few
days at the home of Mr. M. T. .Simpson
at Cross Hill
THE MICHTY POWER OF MI O NA
Mi-o-na, that extraordinary and per
fect stomach Ionic, will relieve dyspep
sia in twenty-four hours.
It will cure, and is guaranteed by
Laurens Drug Co. to the readers of The
Advertiser to cure tho most pitiful
cases of dyspepsia if taken according
to direct ions.
Mi-o-na tablets not only cure dyspep
sia, but all stomach disturbance, such
as vomiting of pregnancy, sea or car
sickness, and the stomach sickness al ter
Mi-o-na cures by strengthening and
invigorating the llabby stomach walls,
and after a course of Mi-o-na treat
ment, constipation, if there is any, will
en I irely di- appear.
Head this from the president of a
New York corporation:
"I have been a terrible sulferer from
dyspepsia and gastritis.for two years.
Tin- most eminent, physicians prescribed
for me with no elfecl. I have been ab
solutely cured by your Mi-o-na tablet:?.
The first one gave me a relief almost
incredible." Herbert II. Taylor, 501
West 143 Street, New York city.
Mi-o-na is a most economical treat
ment a large box of tablets only costs
50 cents at. Laurens Drug Co.'s and the
dyspeptic, nervous or otherwise, who
does not give them a trial, is losing an
Opportunity to regain health.
llow about that new Cooking Stove
that you will heed this fall'.' Gel a
Buck's that is made of the best quality
of iron and are so constructed that one
will be a saving to you in the amount
of fuel one will consume. Sold only bv
S. M. .V K. II. Wilkos & Co. '
We are now handling cabbage and
Irish potatoes. IJuy at homo and save
|)|XMi KLOUH AND CHAIN CO.
"Strongest in the South for the
world, strongest in the world for the
gare urged to follow the example of thousands of
1 their sisters and take Cardui. Cardui is a non
mineral, non-Intoxicating medicine for women. It
is for sick, weak ladies, with sick female organs.
It Will Help You
Tt 1 a Pennine, curative medicine, that builds
up the female system and relieves female pain.
Mrs. M. A\ St. Clair, of Eskdale, W. Va., writes:
"Before taking Cardui, I had given up all hope of
getting well. I had suffered lor :> years with my
left side and was confined to my bed, so 1 took Cardui,
aud now .Cardui has about cured my female trouble."
AT ALL DRUG STORES