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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, February 17, 1909, Image 7

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Hoiims of Waterloo People Brleflj
PointcdH Noted.
Waterloo. Fob. 12. Mrs. k.>\ v
Landford and little Virginia returned
Monday in their home in Traveler';
Rest, lifter u Idensen I week's visit i<>
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. U. I). Wlnn
The many friends hero of Mr. Rex
W. I .a n to id are deopl.v pained to hem
of the neeldent which befell tiiin some
days ago and hojic that his condition
will not prove seriotts.
Mr. Uli) ford married MIhh (Mum
Willtl of tills place ;ind upon Iiis visits
her?' on Bevern I occasions, mad" many
warm friends.
Mr. .1. Robert Anderson spent
Boveral days lost week in Charlotte
X. ('. on blllstiess interest.
.Mr. .1. ( as per Smith, travelling I'Op
rosontative of tin- Harris Llthln
Spring? Company, ha:, cone to Florida
lor a month's rest and pleasure.
Mr. diaries W. Anderson, of Spar
laubitrg, was the guest tor several
days last wi eh of his parents. Major
and Mis. Thomas Ii. Anderson.
Mr. Joseph M. Penroo.lefl yesierduv
for Coltinihht :.iel together with Mrs.
Thomas Larson, ol that plaee, will
leave next week for a stay of some
length in Ii..- Land of Flowers.
Mr. .1. is. Whnrton, a prominent mer
chant ami buisness man of Greenwood,
.spent Thursday in the city.
Mrs. Julia Grillill has returned to
Clinton, alter an enjoyable visit to her
sister, Mrs. Thomas .1. Anderson.
Mrs. Virginia returned Wednesday
lor a delightful visit to relatives in
Cross Hill.
Air. Joseph .1. Dendy spent the week
end in town on huisness interests.
Mrs. Thomas It. Anderson is (ignill
ai home, after visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Robert C Wallace, in Belfast
sect ion.
Miss Fannie Anderson, w ho is ien< h
lug near Lnurens, will he with her
parents in the city until Monday, lo
(he delight of her many friends.
Prof. und Mrs. S. W. Puckett were
pleasantly entertained during the week
end by relatives in Greenwood.
Mr. .'. m. I'earcc und daughter, Miss
Sunuic, were the charming guests
.Sunday of relatives in MoUlllvlllc.
Mr. Alonzo C. Keller and wife of
Greenwod, are spending this week
with Senator and Mrs. .1. II. Wharlon.
Mrs. Clyde Keller was ovei from
Greenw.ood last week, with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. 1?. Willi).
Mr. and Mrs. lien F. King, of Groen
wood county, spent Sunday with Mr.
Ii. F. Wilcutl ami wife.
Miss Kate llendrix was the (harm
in.!; hostess at a week-end house party
ai her attractive '.mine near '.he citj
limits. Among (hose present were
Miss Kate Addison, of DUO West : Pearl
West of Newborry, and Leila Harr of
Lnurens, also Mr James O, Dendy and
Postmaster Roberl J. Crisp of Cross
Mr. Harold Anderson, of Greonwood
spent Sunday with her parents.
Mr. Algio 0. Will)), of Mow Work,
who is visiting her parents here, re
turned yesterday from a brief visit to
her sister, Mrs. Rox Land ford at Trav
elers Rest.
The ('rime of Idleness.
Idleness means trouble for any
one. It's the same with a lazy liver,
n causes constipation, headache,
jnundlco, sallow complexion, pimples
and blotches, loss of llppcllttO, nausea
but Dr. King's New Life fills soon
banish liver troubles and build up
your health. SSfiC at Laurctis Drug
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
I l \ VI, SI! I I'LL M K S T,
Take notice that on tin- Huh dav of
March, 1000, I will render a Dual
aCCOtltlt of my ac(S ami doings as Ad
ministratrix de bonlS lion of Hie estate
of John (lary Walls, deceased, in the
? olliee of the Judge of ProblltO of Lau
rons county, at II o'clock, a. in., and
on the same day will apply for a llnal
discharge from my trust oh Admiulti
Ira tor do bonls lion.
All persons llldobted to Sllid estate
arc notified and required to main- pay
inen I Oil thai dale; and all persons
having clfilms against said estate will
present them on or before said dale,
duly proven, or he forever haired.
Josephine ('.. Walls.
Administratrix de boills mm.
Feb. in. 1000. I mo.
Plant Wood's Seeds
For The
Garden 6 Farm.
Thirty years in business, with
a. steadily increasing" trade every
year?until we have to day one
of the largest businesses in seeds
in this country?is the best ol
evidence as to
The Superior Quality
of Wood's Seeds.
We are headquarters for
Grass and Clover Seeds,
Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats,
Cow Peas, Soja Beans and
all Farm Seeds.
Wood's Descriptive Catalog
the most useful and valuable of
Garden ami Farm seed Catalogs
mailed free on request.
Seodsmen, * Richmond, Vn.
UKAirmn, vonc pmm y 1,'Onn a.
.huiIiHii Itusli, in' |lu> Hcrul ! Square
< miiiihiiij ? \ outhl'ul Slur.
Mi-, lutuitla Uli1-!", iii- prfinn ilonnti
' Ii lloruld Square (comic) Opern
Company, which organize'Ii a coillCa
?') IlkC OpCI'H I.OliKU ii. .. "I iii Hilay
nicht. Feb. I8th evening in tin- comedy
son;; ?UCCCSS "A Trip to India," Is
preceded by the ropulution of being
one of de UI08I youthful and nl tin
same tline cnpable operatic stars now
? in tour,
Although scarcely out ol her (eons,
Mlas Itusli handles the most difficult
oi' opera tie parts like :i seasoned vet
ernn und shows- tin- result of an early
and through training of lior enviable
musical gift.
Previous in joining im?' Herald
Square combination, Mi s Hush was
pritna donna of the Colonial Opera Co..
which was in.?? ni ihi- most successful
orgnni/.utloini thai toured the South
la:.i scic-'ii.
Per Thai Terrible llehiinr.
Kcsccmti, teller and salt rheum keep
their victims in |i rpotnnl torment,
'I'h.' applioalioii ..i Chamberlain's
Sah.- will Instantly allay this Itching,
ii ml many cases have been cured
by iis use. For sale b> Lnurons
Dru:; i n.
Death of Mr. Ilerto} Siilliuin.
.Mr. llorVcy Sullivan, the 20-yonr
old sun of Mr. llcwlelt Sullivan.
formerly of Mount vlllo, died or
pneumonia al the home of his parents
ai Lydln mills last Tuesday, Feb.
and was burled at Lisbon church on
the following day, til ? funeral service
being conducted by the !tev. ('has.
Ilnnkln, pastor or ihr Fii t Presby-i
lerlau chtirch.
Ami Hanking, Spilling, Snunlos Must
(?a Too.
Ilyomel (pronounced lllgh-o-mo)
will give the sufferer from catarrh
joyful relief in live minutes.
li is such a roinnrkable cure, und
so positive in lb iicliou. that Ihr l.'au
rons Drug Co. goes so far :.s to guar
antee it to cure catarrh or money
A complete outfit, which consists of
a bard rubber pocket inhaler, a hot
lie of Ilyomel, ami a unhpie dropper
for lilltug the inhaler, only ensis one
dollar, and if an extra buttlo is af
terwards needed I he price i; only 50
Ilyomel is a healing, antiseptic bal
sa in, taken from the mighty eucalyp
tus trees in the health-giving forests
of Australia, where diseases of the
respiratory tract are unknown.
All the sufferer has to do is t<> In
hale the antiseptic air of Ilyoincl over
the Inflam ?! parts where the germs
are entrenched, three or four limes
a day.
It cures coughs, colds, asthma, bay
fever and croup without stomach dos
Your money back if it don't. Gives im
mediate relief from heattburn, sour etom
?ch, stomach d;*tres3 and sick he \dachc.
50 cent? \ l?iv Ijos til
state of south Carolina.
Coun(\ of 14IUrons.
Pursuant to an Act of !he ('.. in ral
Assembly of South Carolina, provid
ing therefor, the County Hoard of
Commissioner; for Laurens County.
Stale aforesaid does hereby order
and iiv ihr following dales for the
denning of streams within said
county during the year 1!>0D, to wit:
Ml streams within said county shall
he ( h aned mil, a. roqulrcd by Iriw,
during Ihe period beginning Febru
ary 1st. and ending March lllst. and
that they Shall ilgalll cleiilied with
in the period beginning July loth and
ending August Hist, 1000.
All land owners and persons III
Charge Of lands within the county are
hereby notified und required t>? clean
their streams within Hie above named
Done al Laurens. S. C, in regular
annual meeting Ibis 7th day or .lanu
ary. x
Cotllliy Supervisor.
County <'jerk. -T li
final Discluirifc.
Take not ir. thai on lie Mil (III) of
March. 100!?. I will render a filial
account of lliy nets and doings as ad
ministrator of the estate of W P.
Cnlne, deeensed, in the olllco of the
Judge of Dr?hnte <>i Laim ns county,
al 11 o'clock :t. in., and on I Im same
day will appl) for a final discharge
from my Irusl as iidmlnh i rnlor.
All persons Indebted to said estate
are notified ami required to mnlto pay
no-ill on thill liali : aitd all persons
having claims against said estate will
present tbeiii on or before said date,
duly proven, or he forever hai red.
Crank Hammond
Admliiisl I'tttor.
February ii, 1000. I mo,
IIn \h si I lit: MINI.
'Cake notice that .he I Ith day of
March. 1000, I Will render a Until
account of nets and doings as Ad.
minist rator with will annexed of the
estate of William Simpson, deceased.,
in the office of the .fildf.f Dr?hnte
of 1 iiiurens county, at 11 o'clock, a. in.,
and on Ihe sanm tla> will apply lor a
final discharge from my trust as Ad
ministrator with will annexed
All persons Indebted to -aid estate
aii- notili. d and reijillred to make pay
in,-lit on that date: ami all persons
linVlllg claim-, aglllil i Hit Id e-tale will
present ihehi on or before said dale,
duly proven, or he forever hat red
Di F. Simpson.
Adminisl rator ?It li ? III A.-.vd.
I'ch 10, IflOO I ni.?
Dr. L. TK, Kopcr Declines < ,11.
Dr. L. M. Iloper, pastor of (ho First
Baptist ohurch. <>i' Spnrtanburg, an
nouneed lost night his decision lo d??
?lloo (ho call extended him h> the
iJ-'Misar Avenue Bupilsi church hi St.
I.otii:?. The iiUllouil i-meiti wiui made
after the regular WodiiCKihiy night
prayer service.
'l lie call 10 St. Louis was 11 Halter
ing compliment, the Delmnr church
tiding one of the largest and liehest
in the Southern Baptist denomination. I
On Partial Payments.
A small amount down and a little each I
month will s< ..ti
Buy a Diamond
You will have it paid for before you
know it, and with the money you
would have thrown away.
You know the quality and the weight
of the Diamond you buy from us.
We sell the best and at rea
sonably ^low prices.
Fleming: Bros.
This will interest yon.
Embroidery, Kmbroidcr),
Kinbroidery. A beautiful
line and enough for every
body, see our window.
We have 2000 yards of
fine imported Swiss Kin
broidery, worth from 25c
to #1.00 per yard. We will
offer them in a Special Sale
Thursday, b'riday and S il
urday at 15 e. per yard.
This lot contains Inser
tions, Hands, lodgings and
Conic carl\ and gel yoni
sliaii- of the bargains.
Mr. Farmer
We would like to call
your attention to our W in
der, Balentinc, ami Cotton
Bloom Cotton tMaulers, < Ina
110 Distributers. Utile Jot
Harrows, Dixie I Joy IMow
Stocks, Daisoy Turn Plows,
Mounts Lister Plows. Bent
l*oot Stoeks, Iron Beam
Stocks, Double Stocks.
[Mounts I /islcr 8-10 and 1
inch Steel Points, Collar
Pads, Dutch Collars, Pack
Bauds, Maine Strings, Clev
ises, Heel P.olts, Curry Comb
names, Trace Chains, Barb
Wife, Horse and Mule Shoo,
Wire Nails, Axes, Axe Han
dles, Cotton Rope, Sisal
Rope, Grind Stones, Single
Trees, and various other
things that \?>u need on
your faun.
Laurens, . * . ? . * S. C.
k m am t> ... nmm
' Li?
?| Pots, Dippers, Buckets, Strain
0) anything* von may want for ,
a| count of buying; in large quantiti?
g manufacturers we can sell you an
0) line for less th \ ii you can get the s
3? any other place. Be sure to el us
^ line before you buy.
Boilers, Pan*
.lality -tt g?
you ourtif
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nicely niado aiu
have ever show
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roivod a new li!
o-d iic in ever\
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make on
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