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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, December 01, 1909, PART ONE; PAGES ONE TO EIGHT, Image 2

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Mrs. Kllzu McCuen and young son,
Mr. ('harlos McCuen. of Princeton vis
ited relatives In the city during the
past week.
Mr. Bvans Smith of I nlon while on
a visit in the city this work, paid The
Advertiser a pleasant call.
Miss Lula Donnnn who is teaching
at whltmire, Bpent Thanksgiving at
her home, near Tylersvllle, being ac
companied by her young friend) Miss
Mr. I. it. BInckwoll and family spent
Thanksgiving at Owlngs as tin- gmsts
of Robert Sloddard.
Mr. John \. Wofford of Madden vis
ited In the city Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W I!. OruinniOIld < 11
Lnnford entertained a largo number
of their friends at a Hue Thanksgiving
dinner, Mr. W. 0. I*. Robertson, Mr.
ami Mrs. Willie Henderson, Mrs. Rose
Hudgcns and Mrs. Louise Anderson of
I,aureus, heing among the guests of
the day.
Mrs. Belle Gray and Mrs. .1. T. Hel
iums of Oray court, route three, wore
in the city shopping, on Monday,
Mr. Carlos Moseloy came homo from
Wofford college and spent from Fri
day until Monday with his parents in
the city.
Mr. S. M. Wllkes spent part of Sun
day in Greenwood.
Mr. T. ('. Turner spent Sunday in
Greenwood with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Honey returned
Monday from Walterboro whore they
Bpent Thanksgiving with relatives.
Min? Social Gay C tics On Kos 11 vc Oc
Clinton. Nov. 2fl Thanksgiving week
passed very pleasantly in Clinton,
with a dance, two or three luncheons.
.lull meetings, ami numerous family
Tin- Wednesday night dunce was
greatly enjoyed ami brought a number
of welcome visitors.
Mrs. W, I' Copchtnd entertained the
Acbtaeoit Hook club on Friday after,
noon in a itlosl charming manner.
I ?r. ami M rs. Bean enlertalm d a
party of young people at a Thanksgiv
ing dinm r in honor of the visitors in
'heir home.
Miss Fronde K Ulllody entertained
a small luncheon party on Saturday
in honor of the Misses Beau's guests.
Master .lames Pitts, Jr. entertained
a pleasant party Friday afternoon.
Among, the Thanksgiving guests
were Misses (Ma Voting, Marion ami
lOmmlo McCrnry. Frances Flnley of
Yorkvllle, Virginia Cooper of Wisueky,
Ruin Whin. Horn Holland, Messrs.. Wijl
Dlllnrd of SeneCa. Will Bean of York
vllle, Grnnvllle Taylor of Swannnnoa,
N. C. Mr, Wallace of Kingstree. ami
Bob Phllson of Abbeville.
Dr. Jacobs left yesterday for Nash
ville Tennessee, where he will ofllcl
atc at the Wedding of his niece. Miss
Sarah Sperry this week.
One Million Dollars
for a Good Stomach
This Offer Should he r. Warn
ing lo Every Man and
, : : ' ' nih-1 medical
I ID Ml)
Din vv.
. .. now
ii ?
'(?(? b'u.sy lo Worry :;l>:>ut. tho cohdp :
l ion m his, stomach. 116 allowed lib)
dyspepsia t<? hin from I hit I to worse
mil i! in i ho end it hecamo incur
able. Iii- misi'ortuno should serve
i\-y :i warning t(' others, I'.wry oho
wlio suffers nitl'. dyspepsia for :i '
few years will t.'ivo everything lie
owns for a neW stomach.
Ilysjiep id is caused by :?i ::!>-'
normal state of the ?;t-1r*i<- juice.-M
There i Oho eletiieiii inissiiiji
I'epsih. i ho absence it' Ihn dio
, ...
overcome di/?e tive -ii iurbnhce.
Itexall I iyi ;.<?;?? taTablets ate very
pleasant to taU?i They soot ho tho
irritable, weak stotnaoh, st lengthen
grid invigorate t!;*1 digestive or
* ;nns, relieve nausea mal indiges
!ion, promote nutrition find bring
;! tollt a feeling of coihfori.
:i" you give ttexall I)yspepsjn
i tibletfl :i ren "!?.::!.I ? : rial vVd will
urn yoiti' Money if yon arc not
:isfied v.i;!i the result. I^hrcb
: :? os, 25 conti, 50 cents and ^'1.00.
,' mertiber you can obi niu I? ex at I
Kom?dien only nt Tho HcxalJ
Man) Visitors Spent Happy Tlmnks
glting In Ora Town.
Ora. Nov. 29?Mrs. W. J. Fleming
had as her guests at a beautiful
Thanksgiving dinner Mr. and Mrs.
i\ it. Todd of Woodruff.
Miss Nan Crnlg of Gray Court was
the attractive guesl for a few days
last week, of Miss Belle Crnlg.
Some of tin1 young i?- spout
Thanksgiving evening very pleasantly
with Miss Kiuphemln Thompson. Pro
gressive games wore played and the
following were present: Missis Nan
Crnlg, Lucy Allen. Ora Hunter, lielle
Crnlg and Ressic Uyrd, and Messrs.
L. j. Uhikely, <; H Ulakely, W. M.
Uryson. Will Ryrd, Uou Hunter and
Sam Mills.
Itov, I! II Grier has returned from
a week's trip to Florida. He attended
the met tine, of the A, It. I*. synod at
Marlow and very much enjoyed the
hospitality, climate ami abundant
fruits of the llowery state.
Among Ore's visitors for Thanksgiv
ing we noticed the following: Mes
dntnes N. A. Crnlg, ,1. A. Martin and
Messrs, llamtpon Hunter, Mills Hun
te!-. .1. V. Uryson. Claud Martin, .lim
Crnlg and It. F. Dlakoly.
Some of our people hope to att, ml
the services soon to be held in the
Presbyterian church in your city.
Charged With Desertion,
Acting on Instructions from Colum
bus, Gn., Sheriff Owings on Saturday
arrested and placed In jail a white
man named Allen Colemnn alias Al
len Hood who is wanted by the Gorgin
authorities for the alleged desertion
of Iiis family n few months ago in
Columbus. The deputy sheriff from
Columbus arrived in I,aureus Monday
and returned with the prisoner.
l\ 1>. ( V. Meet Monday.
The loe.-.i chapter of the l."tilted
Daughters of the Confederacy Will
moot on Monday afternoon. December
(Ith. ;.l the residence of Mrs. T. 1>
Darlington at 3:3(1 oVdoek. All those
who expect to attend are requested to
notify the hostess beforehand.
( entity l'niou To Med.
On salesday in Deceml)er, the tlth.,
the 1.aureus County Farmers' union
will hold a meeting in the court house
at I o'clock. Just so soon as the sales
are completed. Several prominent
speakers have been Invited to bo pres
ent and address the farmers, and an
interesting meeting is expected. Let
all the union men in the county he on
(Schedule Effective June 20, mo'j.)
N. it These schedule figures show
the time that trains may be expected
peeled to arrive ami depart but the
tines shown are not guaranteed.
Cast ami West hound trains from
Spartanburg, S. ('.
7:.;0 A. M. No. I'.C, daily, for Char-:
lotto, Washington, Richmond, New j
York and intermediate points. Ar
rive Charlotte 10:05 A. M. Richmond 1
P. M , W ashington 10:55 P. M?
New Vork 0:30 A. M.
a. M. No. IL", daily except
Sunday, for Charlotte ami intermedi
ate points. Arrive Charlotte l2i'l?
P. M.
I : I ") P. M No. 12, daily local, for
Richmond ami luternicdiato points.
Arriso Richmond 7100 A. M.
5:20 p. M No. :;s, daily, ("New
Vork \thmta-Now Orleans Limited")
for Washington. New Vork ami the
Hast. Arrive Washington tl:50 A. M..
New Vork, 1:00 P. m. Pullman cats,,
dining cars.
SjIO P. M. No. 10, dally, for Char
lotte and intermediate points.
9:00 P. M No. ::o. daily, for Wash
Ington ami New York. Pullman cars,,
dining cars. Arrive Washington 10:40 1
A. M.. Now Vork 5:00 I'. M.
10:30 A. m. No. !>. daily, for Ashe-'
vllle and intermediate points. Arrive1
AsllOVillo 2: lo I?. M. .
C. M. No. 13, daily, for Ashe- ,
vlllo and Intermediate points. Arrive'
Ashovillo l ". I'. M. Pnrlor-cafo car.
West bound trains from Groonvillo, I
s. c.
G:50 A. M No. 29, daily, for Allan
In aid Itirtnlnghniu. Ptillinnn cars.
(lining ears. Arrive Atlanta |6:30
\. M . arrive Dlriningliaiu 1:00 P. m.
II::.*. a. M. No.39, daily, for At
lanta and iiilernvodlntd points. con
nectir.g at Atlanta for all point.; west. '
ArriVO Atlanta 2: 55 I'. M.
I *!i0 I'. M. No. ::7. daily ("KeW
Vork-Atlautn-New Orleans Limited")
tor Atlanta and New Orleans. Ar
rive Atlanta 5:00 N. M.. New Orleans
club Car, Obi ei v ation <'ar and dining
2:35 P. M. No. LI., daily locht, for
train to Nrew Orleans With pullinan
iar-; ami (lining car. Arrive Atlanta
5:0() A. M.. Now Orleans 8;30 I'. M,
Southbound from Columbia.
6:55 A. M No. ?::<. daily, for Sa
vannah ami Jnckconvlllo. Pullman
cn rs.
7:."". A. m No. 12. dally, for Char
leston ami IntermodintO points.
3:50 P. M. No. l I. daily, for Char
leston and WO.V stations.
2:1". a. m. No. 10. daily, for Char
leston. Pultmnn car.
Summer excursion tickets now on
For further Information, ?all on
ticket agents Southern railway, or
.1. L, Meek.
a. <;. p. Pi a.. Atlnoin, Gn,
C. II. Ackert.
v. p. o. m.. Washington, o. C.
W. K. McC.ee.
T. 1*. A.. Augusta. (la.
hlngton, D. 0
Of the rendition of Tho I,tu ns Km lugs
Bank, Located at I.aureus, S. C at
the ( lose of Business NOT. 16, 1909.
Loans and Discounts .. .. $1,612.87
Overdrafts. t;?J.89
Furniture and Fixtures .. .. T.'.O.OO
Due from Hanks and Trust ..
Companies. 2,952.17
Currency. 794.00
Gold. 45.00
Silver and oilier Coin .. .. SO. 36
Expense Account. ;;i-.7T
Total. $6,545.00
Capital Stock Paid In . . .. $1.760.00
I'ndivlded Profits. ?' Vln
Individual Deposits Subject to
Check. 4.3S9.46
Savings Deposits. 340.50
State of Soutii Carolina
County dt Laut ens. ss.
Before me came Thos. I. Swygort,
Cashier ot the above named hank. who.
heing duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing statement is a true con
dition ot said bunk, as shown by the
hooks of Bald bank.
thos. I. SWYGERT
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this 22nd day of November, 1909.
C. C. c. P.
Correct Attest: ,T. Adger Smyth, .ir
T. B. Wallace. Thos. I. Swygert. Di
t'l'c ors.
County of I.aureus.
In Probate Court.
Lizzie Farrow, individually and as Ad
ministratrix Of thO estate of J. M.
Farrow, deceased. Plaintiff,
Brondus Farrow et ul., Defendants.
Pursuant to a decree In this action
I will sell at public auction at Laurens
c. II . s. C. on salesdny in December
nest t oeing the (Ith day o'," the month i.
? luring the legal hours o'-sales, the fol
low ig described tract of land, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land lying, being and situate in Dial
township. Laurens County, one mile
from the corporate limits of Fountain
inn. containing seventy-six (Tili acres,
more or less, and bounded by hinds
of T. i.\ .tones. T. Ri Nelson. .1. S. Nel
son. Y. R, Scruggs and Dr. S. ? S.
Te.-ms of sale: Cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers, if purchaser fails to
Comply with the terms of sale. Hit?
promises to be resold on the same or
.some subsequent salesdny, at Cue risk
of the fortner purchaser, and without
tin t her order of the court.
Probate Judge.
Nov. 16th, 1909?-3t
Too Late, Too Late,
to think about taking out a policy
on your house if it is already
burning. YYc take a risk but not
a certainty. If you have taken
time by the forelock, and insured
your property again: t luv, you
have the
Absolute Certainty
|5 that the company Will pay all
your losses. The race is to the
BWtft, and you owe it to your
family to protect them from all
troubles. Do not be a laggard.
Stocks - Bonds - Insurance
Enterprise Hank Building
I .aureus, S. C.
Do You Gamble?
Sonic people put the savings
of .i life lime into a home, and
tuen lrust to LUCK n? avoid tin
thousand and otic daggers of lite
Do von?
eii I ire assets in .t store and then
carry the whole a pan of their
insurance themselves, thinking
they can tlti so as well as the
insurance companies, I><> you?
Insurance is based on the law of
averages, and can be safely coli*
ducted, but only when based ?l)
the experiences of tens of thous
ands of cases scattered over the
J. J. Adams
a t Hank of I an tens
A Great
Couch Show
The Largest and Best Line of
Couches and Lounges
with frames made of the best quality of material and beautifully finished;
upholstered in the best quality of Velours in different colors and imitation and
genuine Leathers with the best quality of springs.
Our line are so constructed that they will last longer and give better satisfac
tion, on account of buying in large quantities, we can afford you the best line
for what you would have to pay for a cheaper quality at other places.
Be sure to see our line before vou buv.
The Record in I.aureus Is a I'nique
It the reader lias a 'had back" or
any kidney ill and Is looking for relief
and cure, better depend on the only
remedy endorsed by people you know.
1 loan's Kidney Pills relieve quickly?
cure permanently. J.aureus citizens
testify to this. Here is a case of it:
\V. C. Eichelberger, 115 \V. .Main St.,
Lnttrens, S. C, says: "I shall always
be glad to say a good word for I loan's
Kidl ey Pills, as they proved of great
benetit to me several times being o
hligcd to lay olf from work on account
of it. There was also a dull, heavy
ache across my loins 'and when I
caught cold it always settled in my
kidneys, greatly Increasing my suffer
ing. The kidney secretions were (bo
frequent In passage and on this ac
count I was obliged to arise several
times at night. After trying numer
ous remedies without beneflti I was led
to use Doan's Kidney Pills, by rending
of the cures which they were perform
ing. I procured a box at the Palmetto
Drug Co. and began using them. They
acted very satisfactorily in my case
and I did no', hnvo to take them long
beftfre a complete cure resulted. I
advise anyone having kidney trouble
in any form to give this remedy a
thorough trial."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the tlnlted
Remember the name Doan's -and
take no other.
The spark of love |.? usually kindled
before there is a match.
The average boy :?<'.- lots of blame
that properly helonj - to Iiis father.
What about protecting
your property against loss
by fire. We have as good
as the best in the way of
Laurens Fire In
surance Agency
C. W. MeCRAVY. Mgr.
Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema
.\! (?yChnmli rltiin ? <:ilw f>n< .im. i. .??
I .it>u rcltl'Vc-H th> llchih? ftii<( liuniiiti! .:<-;u,
At Public Outcry
Salesday in December
, 1909
2oo acres of valuable farm lands within 5 miles jp
I of Laurens? A four horse farm in cultivation. jjf
v This property is owned by aflrs. Hartin and is ||
jjg bounded by lands of Mrs. R. L. dray, Jno. 1). W. j|
X Watts and others, lies well and desirably situated. J?
Will be knocked down to the highest bidder ^
X next Salesday.
The Real Estate Man

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