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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, April 14, 1909, PART TWO PAGES FIVE TO TWELVE, Image 7

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|^^^^^^ The most highly refined and healthful jf
I in almosi every ^American household, ||
j ^^UdlH^^ wonderful popularity and usefulness. B
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: SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
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. Miss LIU lev Stevens of Greenwood,
spent from Thursday until Sunday af
ternoon in the City, the guest of Miss
Emily Meng.
ooo
\:iss Ethel Simmons of the Columbia
College spent Faster at home.
ooo
V?S8 Sadie Sullivan of the Colum
bia College for Women spent Easter
wK'n her parents; Miss Sullivan ar
rived in the eity Thursday night,
ooo
The sacred concert ni the First
Methodist church on Monday evening
of tl is week was cue of the most de
lightful events of not only !!.?? wenk
)>ut of the year. A large audience
Was assembled to Hear th ? delightful
music which had been carefully pre
pared, and was rendered with exceed
ing skin.
Each number on the program wiisa
gem, and Wtu thoroughly enjoyed by
all those present, Miss McMlchael
of Otangeburg ohannou her hearers
wit the several beautiful vocal solos:
und (ho drghn selections l>y .\ilas Jes
sie Holt \Vore beautiful indeed, ren
dered as they were with that peculiar,
ly -et touch that characterizes all
her idayltig. Mr. Marvin Franks of
el - 1 est on, who Is well and fnVofably
km n here, and whose Voice is much
adi ired, was at his best in the several
numbers given by him. The choral
club trained by Mrs, Deverehx Turner,
und the male quartette, delighted the
audie.nco with two excellent selections
each.
F illowlng Is ihe entire program:
Post l?de in 0.,..Edward Head....
Mi:- ? lessio Holt.
Ave Marla. ... F. Abt.; .Choral Club.
RlfkVe Song... .Teresa Del Relgo....
Mis- McMlchael,
With Von in Eternity.\If red Sol
mas ...Mr. Marvin Pranks,
v. ido W'iiii Me.I. Truman Wol
cott... .Messrs. :\ IL Illeks. M. I.. Ro
pe R. <!. Franks, Frank McCravy,
Lost Chord... .Sullivan_Miss Mc
Mlchael.
Paddy_Ii. Ii. Reh rend... .Mr.
Marvin Franks.
spring Song,.. .Alfred llollms....
Miss Jessie Holt.
Night Sinks on the Wave.. ..II.
Smart. .. .Choral Club.
0, Dry Those Tears.. .ToStl.. .Miss
McMlchael,
For All Eternity.\ ifred Sol man
. . Mr. Marvin Franks.
Absent.lohn W. Metcalfe ....
Mes ?:>. P. II. Hicks, M. I.. Roper. R.
tl. Pranks. Frank McCravy.
Tahuhauser March.... Waguor....
Mi. Jessie Rolt.
ooo
.' ss Josephine Salllvan was the
ohnrinlUg hostess to the v.)"!, ; ladies
oi MysterlbU3 TwoUty-twO clUb on
Sai irday afternoon, in compliment to
Misses Anna Rrynn of Greenville ami
Nah Walke- of Rani well. Misses
|)r> :i and Walker were Easter guests
in City, ami attended the dance on
Monday evening.
Miss SUlltvaii was assisted in re
ceiving her guests by Miss Sadie Sulli
yah. her sister, who was at home for
'he holidays, from tho Columbia col
let;.-. The decorations for the after
noon wer - the ever beautiful Easter
pal ins, which together with ferns ami
pol plants rendered the parlors ami
re< . ption halls a scene < :' beauty. The
sec cards for the games played.
Nations, w.re artistically arranged
with Easter ? Olors, ami on each was
tin- daiiity Easter chicken. At the
conclusion of the games. ;i delightful
salad COUt'se. with coffee was served.
Those present were: Misses Anna
llrysn of Greenville, Nan Walker of
Rai i.well. Willie Mae Chlldress, Julia
(lil!<erson, Elizabeth Shell. Helene
Gray, Luclle Martin. Rosaloo Franks.
Daisy Sullivan. Grace Simmons, Lyn!
? Jones, Mary Tod.I. Lnlln Mae Dial.
Annie and Elizabeth Rlchcy, Neil Mil
ler and Josephine Fuller,
ooo
Miss .fessle Holt, after spending
Easter with her parents i:i the city
returned Tuesday to Columbia. Miss
Roll will graduate in piano SOIUC time
in ..lay.
ooo
m;-s Simsle McMlchael. of Orange
bu '?? who was the charming guest of
Mi: icssle Molt duriim her short visit
to '!.? city left Tuesday at noon for
Pan -aster to spend a few days before
ret imlng to school at Columbia. Miss
McMlchael 'made many friends dining
her short stay in the city.
ooo
The marriage Wednesday evening,
April 7th. of Miss Madge Louise Mod
lock and Mr. John Arthur Taylor, oc
casioned Quite a pleasant surprise
nmoag the numerous friemis ami ac
quaintances of these well and popu
larly known young people. The cere
mony, which was witnessed by a small
group of intimate friends and rela
tives residing in the city, was perform
Cd by the Rev. John I>. Croat, pastor
of the First Methodist church, in the
parlors of the parsonage. Mr. Tay
lor is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Taylor of Princeton, this county, und
has lived in Lnureas about tour years,
beinn now ami for the past three
years employ >d as a salesman at the
Unrclwaro stove of Brooks & Jones.
His bride Is n daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. W .Frank Medlook. oae of the
prominent families of Dials township,
she possesses the fine .mat es of mind
and heart characteristic of Southern
womanhood. The marriage of Mr.
Taylor and Miss Medlock was one of
the pleasantly anticipated June events
by them and their friends, but Cupid
decreed otherwise. A few days be
fore their marriage Miss Medlock ar
rived in the city for a short visit to
friends, and it was then decided to
give their friends a surprise. Mr.
and Mrs. Taylor are at home to all
their friends at 11". Sullivan street,
ooo
Miss Sadie Gregory of Lancaster is
the guest this week of her old college
friend. Mrs. TltOS. Shaw.
ooo
('id. Hoberl X. CUninghnm of Rose
moul was a welcome guesi nt the
Faster dance on Monday evoni*; ..
oob
Miss Ernestine Jones of Spnrtaii
burg spent one day' last w ?? ): with
her friend. Miss Willie Mae Chlldress.
ot >0
Mis-; Nan Walker of Harn well, a
student at the, Colnmbhi college was
the guest 6ti 'Easter <?< Mis. Ethel
Simmons dud Miss Latin Mae ' ml.
attending the danee on .Monday e.ven*
lug. and returning to college on Tues
day.
Miss Kate Glenn of the < Ity graded
schools spent Buster lit be. ... m ? in
Chester.
ooo
Messrs. ?!. f. Rhea and .!. II. Glenn
of Wofiord Coll go were In the < ! i n
Monday, attending the dunce on Mon
day night. Mr. Rhen is (Vom Rock
Hill, and Mr. Glenn, who i- a brother
of Miss Kate Glenn, Is from Chester.
OOO
Miss Edith Suliivan of lloneti Path
was the guest on Thursday afternoon
and night of Miss Ethel Simmons, on
her way home from coltege to spend
Faster.
ooo
Mrs. E. P. Mlnter was the charming
hostess to the members of the Fort
nightly social club on Saturday after
i noon. In one of the most enjoyable
meetings of the club this season, Na
tions was the game of the afternoon,
the score cards for whien were dainty
Easter designs, artistically and beau
tifully decorated. After Cards. Mrs.
Si inter served a delightful salad course
with coffee, and Ice cream and cake.
Mrs. Ilosefl Dean, after a sine-; \ |sit
to Mrs l. D. Watts has Rone to Spor
tauburg, her old home, for a brief
stay.
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The annual Easter th nea was slven
on Monday evening. ?'? com pi ?m?? ac
F CIS \ \!> LH \NS !'i \\ \i \ I.]..
Cross Hill People arc Vmused ; iiii
lutcresttna Bali Rnmc.
\ it!
We suttgesl that Mr. John W, I Linn a
and Mr. A. M. !ii!l compose a com.
mittee to n. t up a subscription :'<>:? the
monument to the women of the Coh
j Mr. .lames Leanutn of Clinton was
witit home folks last Sunday.
j Mr. m. T. Simp<-ou will attend the
meeting of Euoree Presbytery at
Greenville this woek, The Presl.yte
I rians her.? have made a call for Rev.
'?;. M, Moll lugs worth for one half his
; time.
J Miss LI7,7.(e Griffin, a teacher in 'he
.Cross Hill SChOOl, spent the week end
with friends in Greenwood.
There was an entertaining Easter
service at the Methodist church Sun
day evonlng.
There was much Interest here last
! Friday in a game of ball between the
"Fats" ami the "Leans". The stout
'men of tiie town played against the
ha.i ones. All who Witnessed 'he
I gani? were hutch amused. The ' Pats"
won.
Mrs. Jane Austin is quite |j|, and
.has bectl confine.1 to hoi' bed for sev
eral days.
Miss Rhldonn Owens, teacher of the
Coi'onacn school, was with home folks
here Saturday.
Quito a number of children have
i been out of school recently. Some
have had measles, and quite a number
have been Buffering with Cynanche
i parotidea.
I Miss, Carrie West of N'ewberry is
Visiting her sister. Miss [Varl West.
Misses Miller and Jennie Helle
Wade returned last Friday from an
extended visit to friend- Mid relatives
in Atlanta and Dacula, Ga,
\*0U will find her,- the largest and
best line of Extension Dining Tables,
made of solid oak. beautifully finished
in different designs and sizes.
S. M. i: II. Wilkes ,V: Co.
M IRR1 l(JK VT >K)l"!S IY1L1.K.
Sllss Maggie Clehunl Becomes Wife,
of Jl ?. ?). L. Ho.vu.
afternoon. Cth last., at :'. o'clock, Mr.;
.i. Lawrence :'??<:? I was married to
Miss Maggie Gielau i. at the bride's \
borne near Beif?gt, Rev, b. p. MllcbeJI
oillciutlug. Mr. Boyd Is ?de of Our
progressive fur'aietts and merchants,
and avocation. The happy couple j
have the congregations' and friends'
best wishes.
a lecture was given at the school
building last Prltliij night by Dr. John
C. Cook of Newberry. His subject
was :h" Poet Jas. Whit comb Riley.
a very good audleta e greeted the lec
turer who for sometime pleasantly and
profitably eat >rtuiued those present.
a small entrance tee was charged the
proceeds i.:' which will be applied to
the bettor equipment of th-? school
rooms,
Mr. B, B. siii-:' operator at Abbe
ville, is spending a while with bis
home folks.
Mr. A. H. Crisp of Heardmont, Qa?
came o" er on 1st Sunday to tutend
preaching service at his church.
Miss Ltllie Culbertsbn of Temple.
Ca . who has been quite sick recently,
is at home tor a week's rest and con
valescence.
Mi-, and Mrs Thomas What ley of
Cokesbltrg Visited a number ot their
relatives her-- last ??? eek.
It's u Top N ?it li Boer.
Great deeds compel regard. The
world crowns :?- doers. That's why
the American leople have crowned
Dr. King's New DlsCoVery the King
of Throat and Lung remedies. -
1-Jvery ufom Is a health force. I;
klli-5 gernis. and colds and la grippe
vanish. it heals cOUgh-raeked ment
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lutiaiiied bronchial tubes and lungs j
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CAUSES DEBILITY
Hero Are Tacts Backrcl Up By a Strong
Oti.^rar.tee
D ' ili'.y U > ' by .->? irrh. In our
opinion, ,i ? :: ? t -a Catarrh wa*
never itouh.vid with Debility, Pebilltycan
htsvor bo < tu ?d by hi ??'.; ine not designed
t?i ira Catarrh, Wo j iS'Ulvcly guarantee
to ecu: Catarrh, nad t*-.? is cunj Debility,
la <?? in y i as(j w he: j we 1 lil to offc* t a cum
we will i- ?*. charg-j \ i?n' for the niodiciha
Oiuphe, id d-nia ; ?'. -? trial, Now, sunny
no one sh(iti|d i. do t ) holicvo us '>r t-?
put pur claim ?>.?;:'. ti ..1 i ;si under ftiii i
conditions. \V?j atl :Ii : ri k. ; t ? <??..?
!>y '.:ij 11
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bavo Kexail Mucu-Tono in Kvto
Piice*50c.. mil Si.cd. We urge yoi
?::?? Drug Co., Lattrens, S. C.
L OWNEY'S
CANDIES
Fresh and Crisp
The Best Ever
Tasted.
School Books and
School Supplies.
Pencils, Inks, Pencil
Tablets, Ink Tablets
Writing Pens, Rulers,
Erasers, Sponge, etc.
If you want a school
book come hero for it.
I Dr. Posey's
i? 1U?A r\}A t>..i:..ui .
The Old Reliable.
'r,vj?mmw .i nil I win mf
^ REFRIGERATORS
s
I hat are
.Ok
f
Because thev are so constructed thai the air makes i
5 a complete circuit from the ice chamber around
through the provision chamber and thev are
2S ! - '.li
afcfea
LINED
WITH
CHARCOAL
1 between the inside and outside walls which is a
j non-conductor-of- heat, and many other improve J
\ ments that cause them to consume less ice than
im WM 'W any other REFRIGERATOR on the market.
^^^^ WP'w]
? ' a Be sure to let us show vou our line in differ- *
?y ent sizes and quote you our prices before you buy.
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a y?j d s a A a c a & .-j a & j3 a * a if & a & m a a a. *i & .<& a_j& a a >?'? ?:? a * & a
?MMM^anMiwiiniTitCT^
Fceii lor Man anil Boast
JUSl !M'l'ivcd, I ?? ? OJlft'C'l.s
of first dud second patent
flour, which we will divide
profits with you. 1'iesh
iron; litill, fresh water
ground Corn Meal, Corn,
0. 1ts. Mnvj Molasses, llaepn,
1. aid, 1 lunis. The price iif
Coffee is up, bra we cue still
selling Slbs ?>i" gobd Roast
Coffee, for >:.oo
or lolbs best Green C !'
t'nkn
\V
Peas, Beardless
Harle; . < ?r?nge,
Ahibe;' C me see
? sei l inj
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Sullivan's Store
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Associated with
The
Laurens
Trust Comp'y
(laving accepted the managen
if the real estate department of I,u
to serve the. public, uirvi yit.'. bu; u :
and soiling real estate. The! demarr
for convenient lots nnd shiall tracts d
land is continually increasing, we ar
In a position to materially astdat thos
desiring to either buy or -.-Ii rcnlestnt?
Wo sollen small and easy payments
and at a reasonable rate Of interest
If you arc interested either as (?und-., s
or or seller r?al estate, we will ,
glad to servo you and make it to you
Advantage to give mo youf busine."
When not otherwise employed I Will
found in Laurens Trust Compan;,
Office in Todd B'ld'g adjoining ??nie.- o
Messrs. Simpson, Cooper and Unbl
Respectfully,
C. A. Power
have ;i ;.M?o(l oiu-, you
tiiust bcjjin by ^cttinj*
?'on(l seed. \\V bavo
I Planting |
hh I ime *
& $
hh L'asou ^
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:|^: ?JOOll SIM DW- ^
?ft" "' *T
4? I Joans, IIi? Ii . Kin ?|?
<fi tuck> Wor.?k i l Pole) *
C UK' S( dl, rS"
Jtf! !?'.:: ll IV.'I . ? li'.ion HH
Ht" s. is ?icrman Mill- rfr
$ I..-. C IrUi $
4?. p Hh
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* KENNEDY BROS. I
1 .aiiruns. S. L. ^
4;
Tea or Coffee
The Cup that Cheers
Monogram ( of fee
tin- Highest Grade
i
I Darjeeling Tea
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k I he I .lent 01 Asia
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fr! I
\\V want v
>c it reculai
I Mahaffey
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"Tmrrm rriTirrTrtrT HUM rim?11 n 1 im 1
Anderson
&
lakelv
BROKERS
Two
lock Fiu' .-.!!??
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terms eil \
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Mil
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fourl Ii
pOt' UlTC.
The prolliosl place in Poubtnir! I""
:it a bargain $3,ooo.
802 acres in two tracts, oh Duncan's
creek, near (larlinfjlon station.
l b} acres near Wart; Shoais, ilnoiv
improved and ir* high state cultivation.
92 3-1 acre-; near Tumbling' Shoals,
high state cultivation, with -:\ room
dwelling,
132 acres between Lourchfl and C'Hh*
ton at a burgain,
We have thai InugniHceht farm
known a^ the Van Robertson farm,near
Waterloo, 211 tuircs at a bargain^ and
very easy terms.
318 acres hoar Waterloo, thb Amanda
Colerhaii [dace
."?no act"; fear Stomp Spr:-}--, the
best bargain of them nil.
Oho id.Vroom house hhd lot oh I "!?'?n
inj' st reet at a bargain,
'.?',* .a re , the lloyd farm at Royd's
M ul, $1000; one-half cash.
?
One i?a ??!, n. Harper St., nice hti tid
ing lot, between ?l?v? Taylor's and .1.
i? Sexton.
r<it:,i and see it for nny kind "f real
est ate city or COUftt i V.
2? 11. P, Boiler ???><! ?"??"> " P. Engine
ahd Brick outfit cheap, in K"(,*i shape.
Two houses and lota near I.aureus
cut ton mill .-.tore.
Anderson & Blakely
Brokers
West Main St. I.ai i:t:\s. S. C.
T. C. 1 URNKR, JR.,
ATT( )r n !;.v-.\t-i..\\v.
Will practice in all State courts,
Prompt attention given to all business,
Ottice m Enterprise liai.k iiul iic.g.

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