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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, April 20, 1910, PART ONE; PAGES ONE TO EIGHT, Image 2

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'TMIKY will ?>??? burn. Will not nplll ?" curl llko wood nhlnidcN.
' Will n<<( i ifti i. mi.I loll <>n iiio> nlnto. Will not rip fit Hie HoaniN
like plain ttu Nritii?M will they rnltlo durin? M?:li wind Btormft.
They never need repnlrn nnd Initt nn lonn an lh? imiiiiliiK- And hint
of nil, Iltc>y iiinl<<> ih<> hniHliiotuenl roof mid ?i<> uol oxpoiinlvc.
Appi) to latent llenler or
POHTHHIIIT Mi: i pooping <<>., Philadelphia, Vn,
.Pfl (\ V
% %i j
for the
BleacHed Linen Goods
Table Damask, Linen Sltcctiur? and Pillow Casing
SUitlinp, I,ilicit, Wash l.iucn nnd l.incu I,awns
.?II }>UlU(Utt(?C(l pint' ll.iv.
Bleached Cotton Goods*
dl w
Kilkcuuo Suiting, it plain loxtuve, while sheer, shows
t?P .\ round l lit end, a Kmitautcc foi service, W ith the
ictuvu ol the season India l.inou is Mill a strong com
petttoi uuton^ summet Ion hues, having always passed
the laundiv test satisfactory, Special uumbeis ate shown
here at .iti;i*-iiv?^ pines wob pretty designs itt Val Kdees
and Insertions I1' ntatoh foi Itimmings, A limited tivtau
ni\ ol
III I v.
ned l'iriui?! Silk?., the
? pi
bile lhc\ last. Plain ami Striped Cotton Pop
w ub M< ?*. \ i , d !?
eoloi inyjs.
\\\dee\ id.
pvomiucutU iulvvevtised in tin- fnshi
dni.ihlc t.Um u- ol sUlUeicM WCIliUl U)
to1.1 printed goods
ion magazines.
c spi\ng ??mi. W w
kwe.u an.i tin
.\ comfort
rttCSt CVa?.C
in I Fixings, at
W. (i. Wilson & Co.
The Car Tor 5ervice?AII Models,
D. H. COUNTS, Jr..
I Laurens,
A cent.
South Carolina
/April FooledX
I ;?' fh < fatlmt So -fit I
Satsapc rifla Tomicl
? Rig W*wUs I
Th* Rex? II Store
To Sec The
^ on Must t>c on
l et vis repair th&t old
Watch or Clock
regulate it to keep
perfect time.
If > ou arc think
in? of hu> inca new
or an\ thing Im the
see rrte first ? %a ill <
make it interesting 3
for you. ;
Win. Solomon \
The QcUnbU .ioweler J
n ;i.?u:>?< Pptkinn *
Vtn tlr*> \ Hotel l??rwt>. <s C, j
Touchers Entertained h> Mr. and Mrs.
HIiumoiiN Coming up for
Hit' Oratorical Contest.
Mounlvlllo. April is. Laut Wednes
day evening the loaehers of Mount
v 111 f i were very pleasantly nod delight
fully entertained til leu l?y Mr. und
Mm. .lohn M Simmons. The leach
nrn present were: Missen Nellie Miller,
Mary Martin, Marie Stokes, and Mr.
w c CiilhertHon. Other guests were
also present as follows: Misses Julia
und Annie Kellers, (Jraee Cook, Carry
(loodinnn, Mrs. 1011 en Culhortson and
Mrs Mary (Muck. The occuslon was
one full of pleasure for tin- weary
touchers ami nil present enjoyed the
evening to Hie fullest extent. Mrs
Simmons proved herself an excellent
I'" tc while Mr. Sliutnons showed
no lack or the characteristics which
make n genuine host.
Mr .1 Wade Culhortson and daught
er, Knill oT the Poplar Springs sec
tion spent a portion or last week with
relatives hero Wade Is one ot our
famous hrldge builders and while hero
Friday he was awarded die contract
for building a new bridge on Little riv
er at Milton
Ml", and Mrs Aimer llaltlwnnger or
Columbia uro here on a week's visit to
the former,s sister, Mrs .t l. Fellers.
Mr Crank lloyd, who went to Florl
da several months ago. returned Sat
urd.n lie Is lust up f t urn a spell of
sickness and did not care to risk a
longer stu> in a malarial climate,
Quite a number or our people ex
peel i>> attend the Ooolulmers' contest
next Friday evening Mr, Robert
Thornton ?tu represent Mountvillo in
the contest,
\ lino ruin roll here Saturday night
and farmers are more hopeful. F.vory
bod> tot.dees that the live weeks
drought ts at an end. Planting will
now bo pushed to the finish.
Make a Shabb) floor I.eoV New.
Hot a can of the L ? M Floor Paint.
Paint the floor |n the morning. It dries
hard over night With a bright var
nish finish Saxes wear looks bright
and cheerful, c.? ? ,: from L H .\> M.
I. Nash. \?aureus; I. copolnnd A
Co Clinton.
"What's horse sense, pa
Horse sense, m> son. is what makes
a horse s'\> at an automobile."
"But they speak of men having horse
sense pa."
"Sure tavn'l some men shy at auto*
moblh s *
Since 1 have a motor oar
Mr re rover asunder;
Hsu the tithe I'm in it
\nd ha\f the time under.
Some ears sound a siren strain.
So.roo ears loudlj toot.
}5<vmf ? a rs whistle warnings plain,
\nd some moan like * Ante -
Unt others, silent as the grave
Sneak up and spread you o er the
Manufacturer: And yon would
like t.^ be ar. automobile salesman!
DO >?x? ? i ?ose es* I m ag ? r. (.: I or el oo, u f n e e
aha' persistence enough to f.t >-.?>.-. .or
such a position?
\. pi team S;: l v.sed to be fx lano
He -? hs engaged.
Or.f .-.f the, first s:cj*rr. carriages
rr.fi.if .r. V7?fl j-11 Nicholas *1oseph Cug
t;o:. Is s;-.:i pve&orved !r. Far;*.
in Vtagland ".:> year* ag.-* a *;eitTr.
soTom?bile was ns-o."". Which had :he
SmgOlkrVj np.-vr ???>.. r name or "The
karoos? "
' ;v?es 5*cmr aWoroobile earn :rs up
fceei *"
' '. sr.:<;*:>pf *).*. ke.'? l don't."
T)<r ?;: ! i:-/.ri'.-<b. i :<? '-on. :)n
ureek "tatrtOS." s-f.t unf. the l?a;iT
*?,-."<': mold lis movable.
"Cm '? Ont re bh"y * vr * hOOO
mi *if? ' ?RKOhittfii
Hot Riil i*\ Thai >oiirnos??. i-Jms? mm
"W)>ei your tttoBBBOh ts on: ril orden
01 MID ?l v i. potff foofl rtoesi.'; .ilic ?
Ii rormotfts In yotti stomach anil form*
i u> Whiol ei use*- sourness heartburn
f/?n |i-oi?,b iu.li n; pi; of Stomach
hi'i mnn? eflfbw miaerabh avmiitotns
\: -e n*, stomach tablrtt? will ffivi
U)\ 'i>: mioe ii r i n;Jnu?es i takei
regularly for two *-eoks :be> Wll :u -i
io, sots lire! run MrnmnCb ie
ir t. rwet? Hnorpettii isEirYscfl work Infi
o?. em ?: >?f - o- s-niii ant vigor
n?> tt ytlW forv? ?tilj bill: ilipests Vour
appottN wih p( ani ii??.^.-?. 3!
bllluoanem iwrvowmwA aftrti benri
nchr tiort rnnnHnuttor. wli: foltf*.
Kff*o<ni atmnadt tunifts htt small
trnti i?n*t"- tr HWtllle* nnr* n-f guomtv
ti?*?r: ?**> Nltltsb lnri?g^:uit win! TO] 01
mi <?: tbr n)\ovf MSnUlttltlM OH mone*
rif;v curs n bn-s. Sold b^
rt-uRvtHr#. i^orx-wborf ?nrl hy iaiurens
Pov r**m?jlperinr. *hoTe t* nr rom^?'
ii S4?:ts.*vlufi a*- ftootl ^ Pill??2/.
MIhh Mary Little to Become Bride of
Mr. Mack Hipp.
Clinton, April 18.?Much Interest loin
been aroused by the approaching inur
rlage of Miss Mary Hunter I.Idle,
daughter of Mr. T. H. Little, to Mr.
Mack II. Hipp of Abbeville. Tho mar
riage will bo solemulzod at tho homo
of the bride's parents Thursday morn
ing Ul II o'clock and will be witnessed
by a small gathering of relatives and
intimate friends. They will leave at
once for Abbeville.
Miss Little has been Tor a number
of years chief operator of the tele
phono exchange anil lias been most
efficient. She lias many warm friends
who regret that she will make her
Inline elsewhere. Mr. Hipp is a suc
cessful merchant in Abbeville.
Among the evidences of the bride's
popularity have been several showers,
teas, and dinners. Mrs. J. I. Cope
land Invited a number of her friends
to a hose shower last Wednesday on
which occasion some lovely footwear
was added to her trousseau. Mrs.
Whitman Smith was hostess on Mon
day afternoon at a delightful "miscel
laneous shower." Misses Mollie Da
vidson and Lou Ilia McMillan joined
In Inviting some of their friends to
a kitchen shower Saturday afternoon.
State of Ohio. City of Toledo.
Lucas County. ss.
Frank .1. Cheney makes oath that
he Is senior partner of the firm of F.
.1. Cheney ? Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, County and state afore
said, and that said linn will pay the
sum of ON 10 HUNDRKD DOLLARS lor
each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall s
Catarrh Cure. Frank .1. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De
cember, A. D. I SSO.
(Seal.) a. w. Glenson,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
P. J CHUNKY & CO., Toledo. O.
Sold by all Druggists. 7">o.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Idicrtlscd letters.
H. Augustus Ream. Miss Alorce
Urlckol. Miss Leila Brock, Goo.Camow,
Mrs Susie Davenport. Goo B. Pagan,
Miss Sarah Gardner. Jim Hill, Reubln
Cobb, Tossie K el ley. Frank LAke, Ros
r> Lee Mrs TexAnor Little Mrs Sarah
MeCnllum, NeAnder Pitts. \\\ P. Ryan,
.lames Robinson. Dr. H. D Reese. Al
bert Smith. Columbus Stunstall, Mrs.
Mary SulllVAn, Maine Taylor. M;ss
IVssor Tumblin, Hlley WoBe
The above letters hAVe remained in
this office uncalled for for a period of
two weeks ending April 16th l^KV
The owners of any of the above will
please call a: window arid say that let
ter ?;> advertised and apon the payment
of One v-ent same will be delivered.
I?ftur< ns S C
April IS, 1*1<
(iliiers R. X I* tssocifttion tnnnal
V <*< t i nc.
The annual r.-.t-e-t.T.i: of stock
bouiers of the Citizens Building and
lx-tan association will be held April
ai the Peoples l^oan hT.A Exehar.pe
\Y R McOl EN
LAnrer.s S 0 April ".> Secret* ?
Meeting of Creditor*.
District Conn ot to* Vi.;:e? States
District of South Carolina.
lr. the matter of V. "vVi.ssor. bf.r.k
To tbr creditor* of .1 M Wassor. of
^ross Hill, ir. the counts of Laurens
ATifl district aforesaid:
N.>;?ce is hereby given that or. the
11 1h 6$?i ot at-. A: l the atxii V.
Wf.ssor. ?m flolij adjofllcActed a hank
-r. 071 thftt thi first TTjee::r.c ot
rrod::; ?t*t ?111 hi hoc it. the Office
of Simjwor. Cooper * Btiit. attorney*
at law. ir. the city of Laurens., S C,
or the *tn day of Mio ? lo at threi
r- oiock ir. the- afte-moor. i.t whin) tlTOI
tbe at.if. :-er. ? n.io i. 'oi,:". :?:?:<?<
rheir claims elect a trustee, exam <
tin bttritorupi an! rratmaci sucl otbet
buatnesi ai mm proper'.? comt )><?:;???<
said meeting.
. ."e.N 3 MARLIS
Tieferer it BftOkfuptcy
Columbia s o. An-, : ? 11
New Line Lenolium
; iicc ictc.lu: JtwJ the
:hiii? itn yam bstU cn Smhfg
50 Per Cent Better
"I have used less than one bottle of Cardui," writes
Mrs. Oertrude Ward, of RushvHle, Neb., "and am feeling
fifty per cent better than when 1 began taking it.
"Before taking Cardui, 1 had suffered with female
trouble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was irregu
larity. I also suffered with severe pains, every month,
but now 1 am greatly improved and will recommend Car
dui to all my suffering friends."
J 48
The Woman's Tonic
The rare medicinal herbs of Cardui are imported by
the manufacturers direct from Europe and are not to be
found n any other medicine.
These ingredients are what give Cardui its superiority,
as a female medicine find tonic, over any other medicine.
For over 50 years Cardui has been the favorite wom
an's medicine. The ladies like it, because it is so easy
to take, so gentle, so safe, so reliable in its results, and
they have faith in its curative tonic powers, because of
the thousands of other ladies it has helped. Try it today.
Write to- Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.,
tor Special instructions, and 64-pagc book. "Home Treatment tor Women." sent tree.
Get it at
$2 Showed Him The Town \\
When you want to show your visiting friends the
sights of the town and the vicinage, be sure you have a
II stylish "and othei wise satisfactory turnout?speedy, well
WW .3 \. J - ? Hi i
If groomed horses, up-to-date and well kept
|a ot runabout. Vom first call should be a
ggy, carnage
Childress ? Childress
kh well equipped liver) stal le,
*? Phone 24.
Laurens, S. C. J{
Prices moderate.
1 wish to call youi attention to my line of Tobaccos, 1
J j Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos
j j have in stock fresh lines of the most popular and choiC
{{ selections of Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos
t \
4 I
Dr. Poseyfs Drug store
< ?
To see us for
The best job of Electric Wiring, Electric
Chandeliers, Electric heating devices of all
How About a front door Bell?
Swygert & Teao;Ue
Ajrents "E. M. IV AutomoSiJe*

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