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Annual meeting Held Lust Week With
Kahun Creek Church Proceed*
lugs of the Session?
Mrs. J. S. Dennett, secretary, lias
kindly furnished The Advertiser with
tiie following report of the county
Sunday school association's meeting:
The thirty-first annual convention
of the Laurens County Interdenomi
national Sunday School association
was held with ltahun Creek Baptist
church on Thursday and Friday of last
week, being called to order at 10:110
o'clock Thursday morning by Mr. YV.
I,, Cray, president of the convention.
IteV. K. C. Watson, who is pastor of
lids Church, conducted the devotional
exercises of the morning sossion, by
reading the 13th chaptor of 1st Cor.
i.nd basing his remarks on the Impor
tance of charity, or love one for an
other, lie closed with such beautiful
words of welcome that every one pres
ent was Indeed made to feel at home
v Ith Bitch :t pastor and people.
Mr. Cray responded to this warm
welcome and then proceeded to deliver
tl.e annual report, which consisted of
r brief review of the progress of the
organization, and concluded his re
marks by emphasizing the importance
of using the Biblo more In the Sunday
hool work.
The convention was very much sad
dened When Mr. Cray announced the
fact that Mr. .1. M. Way. general state
t cretary, would h> absent on account
of the death of his mother which oc
curred the previous day. but Intro
duced his representative, Mr, Wallace
( i Polzor, w ho delighted his audience -
with his instruction and helps in
teaching the eh inentttry department of
lite Sunday school.
itov. .1. II. Machen of Colgate univer- !
ally led the devotional exorcises of Use
second session. Mr. c. c. Feather
stone's Stirring address, "Missions in
the Sunday School." and Selected
Lessons from Teaclter Training, by
!?'. \V. Or egg of Oaffncy, caused many
parents ami t >nchcrs to stop ami con
sider the tremendous Importance of
the correct training for missions in
the Sunday schools. Mr. tiregg also
used the Round Table in showing that
"Specialization" is thewlcmund of to
day. The last half hour was given
to the reports of committees tllul olOC
i Ion of officers.
The OfllCCrs elected were: w. c.
Wharton, president; .1. A. Mahon, first
vice president: i II. Woiff, Hccond
vice-president: Mrs. it. fcj, liabb. sec
i etary-t reasurer.
Much could be said of the excellent
speeches made at the convention, as
they were listened to by the delegates
with (lose attention, and of the beau
tiful Christ-spirit and brotherly love
that pervaded the whole proceedings,
but suffice it to say this convention
>;(>es down as one of the best III the
history of the association.
Mrs. .1. s. Dennett, Sec.
From a small beginning the sale and
use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has extended to all parts of the Cubed
Slates and to many foreign countries.
Why? Because It has proved espe
cially valuable for COUghs and colds.
For sale by I.aureus Drug Co.
(load tor Biliousness.
"1 took two of Chamberlain's Stom
BCh and and Liver Tablets last night,
and I feel fifty per cent better than I
have tor weeks." says .1. ,LFirestone
of Allegnn, Mich. "They are certain
ly a fine nrtlele foi* biliousness '' For
sale by l.tturetlS Drug Co. Samples
moil ; Pebpl
to any rcntli
inou.t people, including Conan Doyle,
Maude Adntus, Madam CurHoi the dis
coverer of radium, and sir '|fh?iin?i<
There are four pages or Valuable
Information, such as "Help in Ca.- ? of
Accidents." "Antidotes for Poison."
"StniUp Flirtation'' 'How to Toll a
Person's Age,'* Bible facts and fig
ures, and other Interesting features.
Mention tili.- p ipor wltOU writing, an 1
address Booth's llyomel Co., Btiffalo,
KKAM F?ll i.lNMMi.
Both the Dil Mill and Hudgons' ?ln?
nerb a have been thoroughly over
hauled, and wa are now ready for cot
ton, and will appreciate your patron
age. ft. 11. Ill'DCKNS. 5-41
Itlghlt Bui Who'd a Thought It:
Anderson l as been without a health
Officer for several years. The city is
no linger a village and it looks to us
like it is about time that a Capable
Officer should b0 secured. A roan
wi h plenty of energy and determina
tion to see that the sanitary laws are
rigidly enforce.{ Is the kind of man
n. ? ?d. It is necessary every now
ami .hen to get a new broom If a good
Job of sweeping i:> desired. -And--sou
? me to our ?pnc!al Sale Friday and
i/et a dollar article for 10 cents.
S. M. ?& ^ H. Wilkes & Co.
hook lei Free
tioit of Booth's Fa
3-pagri hookb I. has
d nu(I v. ill l." sent
\V<? base our statements upon what has
adrendy been accomplished when we offer
to return the moiey paid us for Kexall
"93" Hair Tonic, i: it fails to make the
s:alp healthy, euro dandrutt, grow hair and
prevent baldne**. Vou take no risk what*
ever when you try it. Two sizes, 50c. and
Lauretta Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
Cotton in Hud >Yuy and >ot Wore
Than Half Crop Expected?Other
(M)ser vnt Ions Personals.
Ware Shoals, Sept. 6.?This .section
Is still in need of ruin. The cotton
crop will be short, rot more than half
of an average yield. Despite the low
cotton report, it looks like the spec
ulators arc managing to keep the price
from advancing. However, the people
of thla community are preparing to
sow more main and there will be a
pretty fair crop of corn made, so we
will gel along all O. K.
Mr. John w. Reeks has about recov
ered from a long attack of fever and
is able to net around some. Other
me tube 1*8 of his family arc down with
fever, but are reported to be getting
along very nicely.
Mr. Luther Reeks of Pelzor is visit
ing relatives here.
Misses Lila and Luoia BramIett of
Harksdale visited at the home of Mr. i
\V. 8. Klllghl last week.
Mr. and Mrs. .lamed M. Smith of
Waterloo were recent visitors In this
seel Ion.
Miss Pearl Medlock and brother, Mr.
Rather Medlock of Dials; visited
friends here during the week.
Mi-s Carrie Knight has returned
from :? visit to rrl >nds : i Potuarla.
Master .lltntnle Hnleutine and sis
ters. Pauline and Maggie of Oreert
Vltle nre visiting Messrs. .i. II. nhd
.1. a. Hnlentlite.
Ti e Drowerton Reformed Presbyte
rian church was torn down last week
nud removed to a new site nenr Mr.
Jeremiah Stone's, on the Augusta
road. The lot was donated by Mr.
Stone. This chart u |s commonly
known as the Holmes church, having i
been established some years ngo by
lh>\. X. .1. Itlotncs.
Messrs. .1. P. Charles and .1. Daven*
port of Greenville were through this
section last week securing rights of
way for the proposed railroad from
Greenville to Greenwood and on to
Augusta. Rather see the read than
hear of it.
1 he I.nriil t.lotv of Doom
was seen In the red face, hands and
body of the little son of II. M. Adams
of Henrietta. Pa. His awful plight
from eczema had, for five years, defied
all remedies and baffled the best doc
tors, who slid the poisoned biod had
affected his lungs and nothing could
save him. "But." writes his mother,
"seven bottles of Klectrlc Hitters Com
nletely cured him." For Rruptlons.
Kezema. Salt Rheum. Sores and ail
Blood Disorders ami Rheumatism,
Rluctric Hitters is supreme. Only 50c
Guaranteed by i.aureus Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
\. !:. Parker Released.
a. Parker, the young white man
who was committed to jail some days
ago without bond, charged with selling
liquor, was given a preliminary hear
ing before Magistrate Hudgens one
day last week. Finding the evidence
Insufficient the magistrate dlsmlsed the
case nud Parker was released.
See our (id I c\ S;> iClal S, |e for
Friday of this week. . fh'U Is oim you
don't wan' to miss.
S M. .v 11 II, Wilkes & Co.
We came to Laurens
to do the Photograph
Business of Laurens.
We are
Doing: it!
Watch the en
trance to the
Nichols Studio
H, Nichols
"The Photograph Man"
Returns From Real Estate
depends upon the wisdom shown in
buying it. Money can be lost on prop
erty as well as made. So when you
want to invest consult those who can :
give you valuable information.
Why Risk Loss
When Our Advice
insures you a profit? We know prop
erty values and prospects thoroughly,
and will be glad to give you the bene
fit of our knowledge and experience in j
any deal you may contemplate.
Todd Buildir z
Laurens, s. C.
you irritate the delicate
tissues of the throat and
make it easier to 're affected
again. Don't let your cough
hang on. Get rid of it as
quickly as you can.
Dikes Compound Syrup
of White Pine will do the
weak in quick order.
Keep a bottle handy 25c.
Agent for
Dodson, Edwards
Drug Co.
Postum, Post toasties
('.tape nuts, (>at flakes
in air tight tin cm.
I'Mgs, .Seedless Raisins,
and clcaticu Currants,
California I,cmon cling
and yielloW free stone
peaches, Canned. Peas,
Canned 'i'oiimtoes,
I'resli and domestic
Sardines, Cheese, Bulk
trad Bottled Ptek.es
Snow Flake and: Pack
age Crickets, Fresh
Vegetables from the
Coast and all the sea
sonable dainties, qual
ity and prices right.
Laurens, S. C.
JUV ynr l>ra*ftUt
Gold metallic
RibSoa Takh
Dm??'-? and ??>
DIAHUND II HAND PI 1.1. A, lor IwrntT-flW
year* rejjsr'lcil Bent. Saf>?t, Always Reliable.
\.opv "./til i>>> St
Ha." kcbJltucf A Mir*
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Fine Clothes
The best thing we can do for our townsmen is to supply them with such clothes as these.
We make a specialty of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothe.-, because that's a certain way to
render the best service to you; good clothes raise the standard of a man's efficiency; make
hint worth more to himself. A man that's worth a good deal to himself is worth a good
deal to the Community;
Kart, Schaffner e?: Mark clothes are all-wool; they're made in the best of correct style
perfectly tailored; the highest class clothes made.
We have special smart styles for young men, as well as for those of quieter taste
Lively colors and patterns, or plain blue serges and black Thibets. You need such clothes
Suits $5.00 to 525.00. Overcoats $4.00 to 520.00.
See our 57.50. to.oo, 12.50 and 515.00 suits. Oet our prices on clothing before buying
Remember our clothing is all new and the latest styles. This store is the home of Hart
Schaffner ec Marx clothes.
Edwin Clapp Shoes for men, Regal Shoes for men and women, all new line. A full
line of children's Shoes. Wo save you money on Shoes.
The Up-to-Date One Price Clothing Store.
Are Arriving Daily
5 Now is the time to post yourself on g
j| new styles for fall and winter. We |
k are showing1 new goods in every de- |
6 part men t and now is the time to see |
k them. Come today.
*9 *
36 inch Percale, best quality .10
^1 Red Seal Ginghams worth 12,'Sc .10
% liest Calico, all kinds .05
SHose, the kind for boys, 10c, ir
15c an I mAtfO
^ 36 inch Sea Island, the yard .05
Best Bleaching, the yard
Amoskeag 1921 Outing, only .10
We are determined to give ?
at all times the biggest and ^
best Shoe values in this lo- Si
calitv, and if you will take 5
the pains to investigate you ^
will find that we offer more ^
real value for the money than l|
any house in Laurens. I
1 9
I Switzer Company
8 Laurens, S. C.

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