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Absolutely a Grapes give
Pure j?Sr chief ingredient,
the active principle, ^^^^^^
z&$?f and healthfulness, to
Insures wholesome aiid deli
cious food for every day
in every home
? LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mrs. J. P. Maiioii of Su inter, after
a brief visit to relatives In the city,
returned to hor home Tuesday.
Mr. II. s. Illnckwell went to c,i.n
ville Saturday on professional busi
Mis. .1. W. Clarke, Mrs. ('. 13. Gray
ami son Clarke, returned Saturday
from their month's \isii to Cuba.
Mr. inniger C. Howen. of Toledo.
Ohio, s|M'!ii Sunday in (he city, visit
ing his mother* Mrs. Mary K. Ho wen.
Mr. Ilowen lefl Monday, via WilntiiiK
ton for x w t'oi'k.
Mr. Clifton Haid? of Oreenville was
in the city Sunday visittn^ relatives;
Mr. \V, <*. Wharton of Waterloo was
in tin- oily Monday. Mr. Wharton is
much Interested in il"1 Harris Springs
school enterprise and i? working to
secure the sinners ol tin- ?a,000 bond
to assure its success.
Mr. I.. A. McCorcl has painted tin
front ol' Iiis - ton- rooms, on the cast
side of the square. Tin1 candy kin-li
on people and Poliakoff. item the post.
oftlce have followed suit.
Mrs. W. II. Cai n il returned Satur
day from a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
RJ. .1. (lane in Greenville.
Mr. Broaddus Estes attended t ho
annual meeting and banquet of Post
F, Travelers' Protective Association,
i Greenwood Saturday night.
E. P. Taylor of Benno spent
S n iy night in the city.
Attorney \V. I). Nicholson of the
Greenwood Bar was in the city Fri
day on professional business.
Mr. Hamilton Hunter and family
spent Sunday with relatives at Ora.
Mr. Green B. Taylor of Harmony ]
was in the city Saturday on business.
Last Sunday Ii? inj; missionary rally
day throughout the State with the
Baptist churches. Itev. w. 10. Tbiiyer
pastor <?:' the First Baptist eburob,
prenehed a special sermon at the
moruliu: service, presenting I ho sub
ject in his usual vigorous and con
Nexl Monday Is Salesday for April.
Mr. N. A. Cralg. it prominent mer- j
chant of Greenwood spent Sunday at !
Urn with his mother and sisters. j
Mr. and Mrs. Koss Dorrob were In I
town Monday from Gray Court.
Contractor .1. I). Sexton is this week |
completing ll handsome live room cot
Inge on Bast Main street for Mr. P.
Miss Annie Laura Tillison of I,au- |
rens s Ivisiting friends and relatives |
in Pickens. I
Mr, R. Coke Gray, proprietor of the
Laurons Whoi sale Grocery Co.. is
Oil a business trip to New York this
Mr. s. II. Shernrd. of El Paso. Tex.,
writes relatives In the city that be is
receiving The Advertiser regularly,
and enjoys it as a letter from home.
Mr. L. E. Burns is erecting two or
three new six room cottages for rent,
located on the newly opened street
by the city school property, in rear
of the old Foster Simpson place.
Kevival Meeting lle^iii>- Soon.
Beginning on Sunday morning,
April llth, a series of religious revival
services will be held at the First Bap
tist church. Rev. It, V. Miller, until
recently of Hcndersonvtlle, X. C,
more recently of Spat'tanburg, will
preach at the services, morning and
evening. Mr. Miller is a preacher of
considerable note and th? re will be
large congregations to hear him when
he comes to Laurcns.
Mr. Meadows Laid to Rest.
The funeral and burial service of
the late Mr. .lohn M. Meadows, whose
death occurred last Tuesday at his
home at Qoldville, took place Wednes
day at Hopewell church, the Rev. 1).
j Pet Boyd, pastor of the deceased, offi
ciating. For more than forty years
Mr. Boyd and Mr. Meadows were
close personal friends, which fact in
spired very feeling tribute to the
memory of his dead friend by the offi
ciating minister. The service was
attended by a large number of friends
Resolution of Thanks.
At a meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce, a set ol resolutions, thank
ing the South Carolina Railroad Coin
j mission for its prompt and favorable
lousiderntlon of the petition tor a new
passenger station, was offered by Mr.
W. i. Orny and unanimously adopted
by the Chamber. The Commission
'was asked to instruct the railroads to
build the depo! on (he West side ol all
the tracks, instead of having it in iho
I midst of four tracks as ii now stands.
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
I Allen's Koot?Kftsc, a powder, it cures painful,
' smarting, nervous feel ami ingrowing nails, find In
stantly tnkcttlio ftinn out of corns and bunions. It's
i iim greatest comfort discovery ol tii< iiu-''. Allen's
? KooUEaso makes tight or now shoes fee) easy. It is
i a certain cure for sweating, callous, swollen, tired,
aching feet. Try it to-day. Sold i>> ?11 Druuglsts
' and SlIOQ Stores. By mnil for Uf>o. in ctnmjiH.
Don't ii.y>f any ntb$tftuU. Trial package l ltl-.K.
Address Alton S, <>linct<?l, Lc Koy, N. v.
if Special Privilege will kindly put
a tew millions of dollars In my
pockets i n make n reptutlou us a|
IS strengthens and vitalizes
Vinol ton?\s up the digestive organs,
<iids assimilation, enriches the blood,
and rejuvenates every organ in tho
body. In this natural manner Vinol
replaces weakness With strength.
AVc uro posltlvo It will benefit every
old person who will give It u trial.
If it don't wo will refund their money.
VINOL is sold in I.aureus by The
LATHENS DKUO COMPANY.
The Implement Co.,
It is very important both for
eftcctivo and economical work to
Ute best of
Our New Descriptive Catalog
just issued thlls all about I ho host
time and labor-saving machine?'
Ji i? one of the besl and most in
lotbatiiig Implement Catalogs Is
sued. .Mailed free on request.
We ore also headquarters for
Farm Wagons, Buggies,
Barb Wire, Fencing,
V-Crimp and other Roof
ing, Gasoline Engines,
Saw and Planing Mills.
Write for prices and catalogs.
The Implement Co.,
1302 Main St., - Richmond. Va.
I TUB TIME MAY COME *
Hh banker's good word in vom favor will 1> a ijiv.it
There will be nianv tint j< in your lifo when
n ?.;> to y ?>u.
When that time comes, if vott lire tr..n>; lin-.
bnsiness with this hank, you may be assured of otti
U? ni ?si friendlv consideration.
t ? ?
\\ e give von an invitation to bank here. I he
^ service we give our patrons will make it of ad
??? vantage to von.
THE BANKS^ L?URENS
l_ au rens. s. c.
Special Showing- of
Dress Goods, Linens, Etc.
I H. Terry's
Yon arc invited to vi.sit our Store
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
ami inspeel otti line of Spring and Suminei Dress (ioods
Special Sale on all Linens
'lu inch Linen I.awn. liogulur
Price Uoc, during this sale
will sell 10 yards only n> a
customer at per yd. Hie
:'l inch Wliitc Linen IMc
Brown Linon l"'-. I2jc, !">??
Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs ><
Linon Towels 10? to 2fic
SPKOIAL PHICKS <>N TAH I V.
LIN HNS AND NAPKINS.
Hi I Linen Sheeting, $1.25
Dressy Millinery an
These Beautiful Artistic Creations will make their inaugural presentation on Thursday next which will be the most intensely interesting occasion
of thi season. An occasion to which you are specially invited. The fame of "Sw itzer's Millinery" is known far and wide.
One feature about our Millinery is the "becomingness." Our Hats are not only beautiful to look at, but they,
while possessing all the New Ideas as to Shape and coloring, a?*e at the same time built for service.
Notable Opportunity for Buying Choice ? ,
[jLvtiitiful V.-\<w: (riit^lrittn, attractive pittoras,
;> ?: ..!'..
Red Se il Zephyr (liiighnius, the best made for
Childrens1 Dresses, per yard,
Maxiiie B.itiste in all tin* new shades, just the
thing for Ivitster. per yard, -
Best Calle* >. per yard,.
Many New Stylos Here in Jabots and Stocks.
New Net Jabots, - 25cts
Beautiful Display of Footwear!
During this Opening we will have on exhibition
in our Shoe Department, everything that, is new in
this Season's Footwear, step into thi3 Department
and sec the prettiest line of Low Cut Shoes ever
shown in Laurons. No person in well dressed with
out pretty footwear, and you will not feel like the
peacock does when he look/ at his feet if you wear
a paii- of our OXFORD.
; Our Hosiery Stock for thisseasoncontain-; b'-'tei
j values than at any previous time. All good weights \ |
hero in Foreign and Domestic Goods, both 'Jtzr>
j Cotton and Silk in Black and High Colors al ?*jC
Fine Gauze Hose in Black, Tan, Navy, Light "Jtr>-?
Blue or White, was:;:) l-:)\ Special al
Fine medium weight, Gorman made Hose d* 4 (\f\
in black or tan, at 50c: >\ pair in box, ?P*?^^'
Your choice of a half dozen different weights El^-?
in Black, Tan - or rtigh Colors, per pair.
The Tailored idea will be in abundance, We
mean the sturdy dependable serviceable styles to be
used for constant service of all kind. Do not fail to
be with us on this occasion.
Next to Enterprise Bank
Laurens. South Carolina