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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, November 29, 1911, PART ONE; PAGES 1 TO 8, Image 6

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December Fourteenth With
Appropriate Ceremonies.
It I? Expected that a Large Number of
South Carolinians Will ho in Colum
bia nt the Unveiling Col. 0. G. j
Thompson Issues Orders to Loral
Tho South Carolina division of the
United Confederate Veterans and the
South Carolina division of the United
Sons of Confederate Veterans have
been notified by special orders, Issued
by their respective commanders, that ,
they hove been Invited by the con inis- ,
slon in Charge of the erection of aj
monument to the South Carolina wo
men of the Confederacy to attend the |
unveiling exercise in Columbia at j
noon on Thursday. December 11.
The special order to the t'nited,
Confederate Veterans from MaJ. Gen.
13. H. Teague reads as follows:
Special Orders.
No. 2. Serie.-, of 1011.
The Confederate veterans of the.
State are hereby notified that an in
vitation has been fiiveii them through ,
the commander, and now extended to |
them to attend and be present on the I
occasion of the unveiling of the mon
ument to the South Carolina women [
?f the Confederacy, in Clumbla, S.
?'., at noon, December II, 1911.
it is especially requested by the
committee in charge that as many as
possible appear in uniform. The
connty pnpars are requested to copy
this order.
? Signed* B. H. Teague.
Maj. Gen. Commanding, South Caro
lina Division. U. C. V.
S. B. Welch,
Adjt. den.. Chief of Staff.
Alken, November 2<?. 1011.
Wear Uniforms.
The special order from A. I.. Oas- j
ton, commander of tho United Sons
of Confederate Vel trans, is given be
low :
Headquarters South Carolina Division,
?. S. C. V ?Special Order.
The woman's monument commis
sion, through its secretary, Capt. Win.
IS. Gonzales, has extended to the
SOQth Carolina Division United Sons
of Confederate Veterans, a cordial In
vitation to bo present at the unveil
ing of the monument to the South i
Carolina women of the Confederacy in
Columbia at noon. December II, 1911,
This occasion Is one of peculiar In
terest to the sons since ?i?? - keeping of
this memorial is to be entrusted to
the custody anil Care of the South Car
olina division, U. D. C. and U. S. C. V.
.All of the members of the Sons of
Veterans are hereby urgently re
quested to attend this event, and I
trust that a large number will be pres
ent. All Officers and commanders are
requested to wear their uniforms on
this occasion.
(Signed i A. L. Gaston.
John Gray Barron, Adjutant.
Chester, November 21. 1911.
All Are Invited.
The Commission in charge of erect
Ing the monument to the South Caro
lina women of the Confederacy has
sent special invitations to each chap- I
tor of the United Daughters of the Con?
fedcracy and each camp of the Cnlted
Confederate Veterans and United
Sons of Confederate Veterans in South
Carolina, asking all the members of J
these Organisations to be present nt i
the unveiling exercises in Columbia on
December 14. In addition to inviting
every member of the Chapters and
???arnps, the commission has asked j
every chapter and ramp to delegate'
two of Its members, whom the com
mission will provide with seats on the
speakers' stand.
H Is expected that the railroads will
rtve very low rates tn Columbia for
Thurfiday. December 11, as in addi
tion io tho unvellinrr of the monument
to U?c South Carolina women of the
Confederacy, the South Atlantic States
CJora exposition will be open, and
thousands of South Carolinians will
visit the capital city on that day.?
The State.
In connection with the orders sent
oat above Col. O. G. Thompson, In
command of the Laurons Regiment,
fj. C. V., has issued the following or
Headquarters Laurens Regiment U. C.
Special Order:
The special attention of all Coined
?rate Veterans is called to the above
?refer from VaJ. Gen. B. II. Teague,
commanding South Carolina Division
WJ. C. V., as to the unveiling of the
?muniment to the women of the Con
federacy In-Columbia, S. C, at noon
JDeeember 14. 1911.
Id addition to invitations to every
veteran and member of the camps and
chapters, the commission requests *?v
ery camp and chapter to designate t*o
of Its members whom the commission
will provide seats on the stand.
The several camps and chapters are
expected to send full delegations.
O. G. Thompson,
Colonel Commanding.
W. A. McCHntock. Adjt.
Laurens, Nov. 28, 1911.
County papers please copy.
For pains In the side or chest damp
en a piece of flannel with Chamber
lain's Liniment and bind it on over the
seat of pain. There is nothing bet
ter. For sale by all dealers.
Letter From the Smith Carolina Unl*
versify Where Thirty I.aureus Hoys
are at Work?Personal Mention.
University of South Carolina. Nov
27.?As our county is represented here
at the university by thirty young
men, the greatest number of any coun
ty in the state, I am sure that the
readers of the Advertiser will be in
terested in the tilings that are going
on here.
One of the most important move
ments made by the student body is the
organization of "The Woodrow Wil
son League of College Men," the ob
ject of which is "to promote the can
didacy of Woodrow Wilson for the
presidency of the United States."
This organization was formed by
the Student body on Wednesday night
November 15th, almosi the Whole stu
dent body joining it.
A meeting of the law students w.*;s
held in the chapel on November Oth.
and it was determined to raise $40,000
to erect a separate law building. Many
enthusiastic speeches were made by
different law students. The students
themselves subscribed $4.000 and it
is hoped that their undertaking will
be crowned with success. The alum
ni of the university and the bar as a
whole in South Carolina will no doubt
gladly contribute to the cause.
On Saturday, November 1Mb, on
Davis Field the "Gamecocks" were
defeated in a closely contested game
of football by the "Presbyterian Lads"
of Davidson College, by a score of 10
to 0.
Our team meets the Citadel bunch
on the gridiron Thanksgiving and that
being the last game of this season, we
hope that we shall be able to wind up
the s tson with a crowning victory on
our side.
Of the many extensions courses of
fered by the university, is one in ag
riculture, which will be given by
Messrs. Ira W. Williams and A. G.
.Smith, who are experts In this par
ticular line.
One of the regular Thursday night
lectures will be given by Prof. Fran
cis W. Bradley on "German Student
Life" i illustrated) in the chapel on
next Thursday night. November 30th.
Prof. Bradley spent the year In Ger
many on leave of absence from the
university and consequently he is well
acquainted with the subject.
It Is gratifying to learn that Prof.
Baker, who has been in the hospital
for the past week, is now able to meet
bis classes.
Our gymnasium has been recently
improved by Installing in it a set of
Spalding apparatus.
It is gratifying to the many friends
of Mr. .1. P. Coats, of the class of '11,
who is now the principal of the Trln
Ity-Rldge high school, to know that
he is getting along so nicely with bis
work. Mr. Coats was very studious,
a Christian worker, and made many
friends during bis college life.
Mr. William Fellers of MonntviHe
has had a very serious attack of fev
er at his home, but we are glad to
know lhat he Is able to be up, and we
hope that he will soon be back with
Mr. William Whai'ton, of Cross Hill,
went home last week to attend the
marriage of his sister. Miss Annette
to Mr. Charles Kirk, of Jacksonville.
Fla., but he is now back with us.
it. a. Harmon.
University of S. C, Nov. 27, Bill.
Your Monej Back for the Asking
You Promise Nothing.
We are so confident that we can fur
nish relief for indigestion and dyspep
sia that we promise to supply the
medicine free of all cost to everyone
who uses It according to directions
who Is not perfectly satisfied with
the results. We oxact no promised
and put no one under any obligation*
whatever. Surely nothing could be
fairer. We arc located right here
where you live, and our reputation
should be sufficient assurance of the
genuineness of our offer.
We want every one who is troubled
with Indigestion or dyspepsia in any
form to come to our store and buy a
box of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. Take
them home, and give them a reason
able trial, according to directions. If
they don't please you, tell us and we
will quickly return your money. They
have a very mild but positive action
upon the organs with which they come
In contact, apparently acting as a reg
ulative tonic upon the relaxed mus
cular coat of the bowel, thus overcom
ing weakness, and aiding to restore
the bowels to more vigorous and
healthy activity. Three sizes, 2.*?c,
50c, and $1.00. Remember, you can
obtain Rexall Remedies only at our
store?The Rexall Store. The Lau
rens Drug Co., 103 Main Street.
* ?
Mt Olive. Nov. 28.?Mr. \V. E. Wash
ington is at home, his school having
closed at Mountain Rest Friday. He
commenced his school at Mt. Olive
Mr. J. B. Hill and family visited Mrs.
Hill's parents at LaureiiB last week.
Mrs. Lizzie Washington. Mrs. W.
E. Washington and Mrs. Table Webb
visited relatives in Greenville county
last week.
Several from this section attended
the Traynham-.Maddeu wedding Sun
Mr. Marlon Abrains and Miss Bal*
lentine wer,' married Sunday at the
home of Rev. J. O. Martin, Rev. Mar
tin officiating
Mr. R. A. Cooper, Misses Sarah
Cooper and Ethel Culbertson came
out from Laurens to the unveiling of
Mr. Willie Jones monument by the
It is an Internal Disease and Requires
an Internul Remedy.
The cause of Rhe matism and kin
dred diseases is an excess of uric
acid in the blood. To cure this terri
ble disease this acid must be expelled
and the system so regulated that no
more acid ?"fll be formed in exces
sive quantities. Rheumatism is an in
ternal disease and requires an inter
nal . medy. Rubing with Oils and
Liniment will not cure, affords only
temporary relief at best, causes you to
delay the proper treatment, allows the
malady to get a firmer hold on you.
Liniments may ea.-e the pain, but they
will no more cure Rheumatism that
paint will change- the fibre of rotten
Science has at last discovered a
perfect and complete cure, which is
called "Itheumacide." Tested in hun
dreds of cases. It has effected the most
marvelous cures: we believe it will
cure you. Rheurnacide "gets at the
joints from the Inside," sweeps the
poisons out of the system, tones up the
stomach, regulates the liver and kid
neys and makes you well all over.
Rheurnacide "strikes the root of the
disease and removes its cause." This
splendid remedy is sold by druggists
a...l dealers generally at 50c and $1
a bottle. In t biet * rm at 25 and 50c
a package. Get a b ttle today. Rook
lef. free If you write to Hobbitt Chem
leal Co.. Ualtimore. Mr. Trial bottle
tablets 2.-.C by mail.
For sale by the Laurens Drug Co.
One plug of I'i:\VS CHAMPION
ami SQUARE DEAL hough! from Todd
Mmpson Co. will convince you that
liiej are the be>l ID cent plugs on
Men! Come in and let us show you the Suit
you want, in the fabric you like, at the price you
want to pay. Clothes that are high in quality
but low in price.
Good Looking Clothes that Make Good!
$15. $16.50. $18. $20. $22.50 and . . . .$25.
We are showing some real good dot lies
at the Suit. $5. $6.50. $7.50. $9. $10. $12.
Overcoats at the price you want to pay
. . . .$7.98. $10.00. $12.00. $15.00. $20.00
Edwin Clapp Shoes for the man who wants
the liest in footwear_$6.00 ami $6.50
Other good make Shoes for men at $1.50.
$2.00. $3.00 and.$5.00
Shoes for ladies ;u .$1.. $2.. $3. $4.
[luster Brown Shoes for Children.
Long Coats at special prices.
Final clean up of nil Coat Suits at special
Ladies*! Visit our Millinery Department.
All .Millinery at special prices.
Men, Ladies and Children's Sweaters 50c.
$1.00. $1.75. $2.75. $3.00.$4.50
Men's Shirts. Overalls, Work Pants etc.
at the price you want to pay. Gel our
prices on wool Blankets, comforts, etc.
We think we can save you money.
Good Calicos at the yard.5c
White Cloth at the vard .7c
i ?
Outings, Shirtings, etc., at the vard . .10c
We want your trade upon the merits of
Our Goods.
Jan. 1st, 1912
This is the year when you want a real bargain, and if you
will come to 5witzer's you will find that your dollar will do double
duty here.
Our Dress Goods!
36-inch Poplar Cloth, 1-2 wool, only.25c
54*ihch wool Suiting, navy. Brown, garnet and black, . .50c
50-ihch Mohair. Mark, navy, game! and brown only . ,50c
All wool Sorgo, plain and fancy. ....60c
Our Sweaters!
Ladies' Red Sweaters, only.98c
Ladies' red woo) Sweaters, only.$1.39
Children's Sweater?,...48c, 98c, and $1.39
Men's Sweaters, gray and white.48c
Men's Sweaters, one-half wool, white, gray, navy and brown,
Ladies* Ready-to-wear Department!
Long Goats, brown and Ian. worth $5.00, only .... ..$2.98
Long Coats, brown, black and tan, worth $10.00. "We are go
ing to sell as long as they last at.^$5.00
Long black Kur Coats, worth $12.50, special.$8.98
Ladies' Coal Suit, worth $12.50 now.$10.00
Yon can got jnst the kind of skirt yon want here.
Our Shoe Department!
The biggest values ever offered in Shoes for
the month o? December. We are going to sell
every pair at a bargain.
Women's Shoes.
Paten! button cloth top, now.$2.45
I'atent button velvet top, now.$2.45
(hin metal button, cloth lop. now.$2.45
Tan button, now.$1.89
Vici button, now.$1.69
Patent button velvet top.$1.69
Kid blueher, patent tip.$1.46
Kid blueher, solid leather.$1.29
Men's Shoes.
Paten! button, high toe, now.$2.06
Oun metal button, high toe, now.$2.96
Tan blueher. lace.$2.95
(Inn metal button.$2.45
Tan blueher lace.$2.45
Pox calf bin. her.$1.89
pox calf bl?chor.$1.69
Pox calf blueher.$1.4b
Satin calf blueher.$1.39

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