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Makes the food more wholesome, and more
nutritious to both brai?i and muscle.
I have given the Training Table
to the Cornell University for five
years very satisfactorily, and am
certain that much of the success
has depended upon the quality of
articles used. In baking powder,
I use the T^.oyal, for it is undoubt
edly the best. I have occasionally
given others a ' ial, and have dem
onstrated to my satisfaction that
there is but one always reliable,
always making perfect, delicious
and wholesome food, ? The Old
Reliable " Royal."
(Mrs.) Amelia Morey Atkins.
NEGRO BOY IN JAIL.
An Attempt to Steal $4,000 Worth or
Will Koppel, a negrj boy of this
place, is In jail ti await trial on tho
oharge of having thrown a drummer's
trunk off a freight twin on tho Char
leston A Western Cirollna railway,
about a mile b3low the city thr">
weeks ago, for the oVenslbla purpos.
of robbery. Tho trunk was toi large to
get in the cab and was being carried
on the platform. Conductor Pbilpot
missed the trunk and ran his tra:n
back and picked it up again. An unsuc
cessful effort had bzen mado to open it.
Tfto trunk contained jewelry samples
valued at $4,0?0. Kopp'e for gocc". rea
sons was suspected and a warrant was
issued for his arrest. lie managed to
keep out of the offlcerj way until Sat
urday night last when h 3 wa3 captured
by Deputy Sheriff J. D. Owlngs after
a little skirmish. Kopple drew his pls
pol and resisted arre3*, but bo was
Panama Hats cleaned 11 good style
at Laurens Steam .sundry.
Ladles New Oxford* and Sandals at
W. G. Wilson A Co.
Correct dress is one of the cssentia's
of life. We have everything that you
might desire at popular prices.
Davis, Roper A Co.
Knox Hats. $3.50 to $5.00 at Cope
See our beautiful line of Etster Suits
at $10.00, $12,60. $15.00 and $20.00,
made by Hars, Schaffner and Marx,
which means the best.
J. E. Minter A Bro.
If you have not as yet seen a Muslin
Dress to please try W. G. Wilson A
All the right things in Clothing,
Hats and Shoes for the male popula
tion are here in great abundance to
cill. We will do the rest.
Davis, Itopar A Co.
Outfitters for everybody.
I (awes' Hats at Copeland's.
The black dress goods stock is al
ways up-to-date at W. G. Wi'son A
Nobby Suits for boys in (the new
styles and fabrics at $3.00 and $5-00.
J. E Minter A Bo.
Straw Hats at Copeland's.
Ladies' Oxfords at Copoland's.
Customers Shoes shlned free at
Dutches* Trousers -$1 00 a rip; 10
cents a button at Copeland's.
Which usually commences with cold
in head, Hay Fever, rapidly infects the
mucous membrane of tho throat, and
leads to graver complication!), unless
Eroinptly attended to. Wc recommend
[lag's Sarsaparilla internally to purify
the blood, and direct treatment with
Dr. King's Catarrh Remedy (a douohe
oomes with eaoh bottle). It gains a
foothold from whioh it is hard to dis
lodge. With treatment of those two
medicines any ordinary case will yield
quickly?the very worst oases will b3
Sjreatly relieved. Tho price $1.00; three
or $2.50, and guaranteed. Sold by Pal
metto Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
25 H. P. engine and boiler, in good
repair, at $400. Also, 2} acre lot of
laod on Sullivan street, suitable for
building '.lots, at $350. Will be so'.d
8-Room (house, on W. Main Street
fi-room house on West Main Street
Storo-room 26x00 feet, MountviPe, S.
O.?$10.00 per month.
0 room hous3 and good servan t's
house on West Main street at $2,100.
4 shares National Bank stook at 00.
4 shares ?Enterprise B*nk stock at
2 Shares Watts Mill Stook at 92.
188 acres land In Jacks Township at
15-acres bottom land near L-wrens,
8 room house on Jones Street, $2,000
7-room Brick House and 3 tenant
houses on E. Main street, $2,400.
16-room House, S. Harper street ,^000.
\ 8 room house on North Harper St.
\Tenant House, with 2 1-2 acres land
*ar Academy street, at a bargain.
\ store lot in Clinton, S. C , 1 $700
ore-houae 26x100 feet at Mount
l S. 0. at $600.
Ii. L. Copeland,
\I, ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS,
dl FI HE INSURANCE*
THE CONCERT TONI? HT.
Mr. Reed Miller appears at the]
Opera House to n'ght Ho has a
splendid tenor voice and everybody
ought to hoar him. A great many
Laurens peoplo will probab'y spend
teveral dollars boforj the month
ends to go to concerts where there will
be no b ttor singers, though more of
them. This concert will cost you BO
cents. Tickets on sale at Ii. E. Cope
land's. Mr. Miller will give half of his
share of the proceeds to the library
and Mr. Vanco half of his, so the li
brary will got half of the entire sum
Heservol seats for concert tonight
50 cents. Go to R. E. Copeland's for
Rural Carriers Meet.
Tho Lauroas County Letter Car
riers hold thoir regular moilhly meet
ing Saturday aftornooa in tho Conrt
House. Mr. S. G. McDaniol,President of |
tho Association, presided. Some com
mltteo reports were made, followed by
a general discussion of the rural ser
vice. At tho next meeting a constitu
tion and ny-laws will bo adopted. The
attendance was fairly good.
At the First Methodist Church.
Rev. W. ?. Duncan preached a spe
cial Easter sermon oa Sunday which
was a lino elTort and the service was
rendered especially beautiful by tho
presence In the chtir of Mi9s Whlte
hurst of Chicago, a visitor to Laurens,
who possesses a most exquisite voice,
Comfort to the sick, from bathing, Is
described in "Care of Invalids," issued
by the Medical Department of The
Mutual Lifo Insurance Company of
New York. This book is sent on re
quest to those who address the Home
Ofllce of the Company, Nassau, Cedar,
William and Liberty Street?, Now
The inlluence of climatic conditions
in tho cure of consumption is very much
overdrawn. The poor patlont, and the I
rich patlont, too, caa do much better at |
homo by propor attention to food diges
tion, and a regular use of German Sy
rup. Free expectoration in tho morn
ing is made certa'n by German Syrup,
so is a good night's rtst and tho ab
sence of that weakening cough and de
billtatiug night sweat Restless nightt
and the exhaustion duo to coughing,
the greatest danger and dread of the
consumptive, can be prevento!
stopped by taking German Syrup lib
erally end regularly. Should you bi
able tog.) to a warmer cllmo, you will
Und that of the thousands of consump
tives theiv, the few who are benefited
and regain strength are those who use
German Syrup. Trial bottles, 25 cents;
regular size, 75 cents. Liurens Drug
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
People's Loan and
Of Laurens, South Carolina, at tho
Clo.40 of Business, March Hist
Loans and Discounts, $ 208,140.37
Ovordrafts, 6,150 58
Stocks and Bonds, 18,000.00
Due from Banks, 55,329.10
Expenses and taxes paid, 2,300.35
Real Estato, P. and F., 0,475.00
Cash on hand, 82,618.80
Capital Stook, $100,000.00 I
Individual Deposits, 105,739,87
Dividends. Unpaid, 2,10500
Due Banks, 1,801.09
Undivided profit*, 08,879.34
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA, )
County op Laurens. f
Personally appeared before me, J. W.
Todd, who being sworn says: That he
is Cashier of the above named Bank
and that tho foregoing s'.atement Is
true to the best of his knowledge and
J. W. Todd,
S*'?rn to and subscribed before me
this first day of April, 190L
C. W. Tunk,
W. A. Watts,
H B. Kenoedy,
W. L. Gray,
~" 'ZTjeL. ? rJ? C> 3E1. X .A..
B?u? tb? lb* KM Vcn Havo Always Boqgji
AMONI; OUR FRIENDS.
Mrs. Teague of Saluda, N. C, Is vis
iting her sistor, Mrs. Kloho Shoil.
Mrs. Alex Rose and children aro vis
iting in Charleston.
Mrs. W. I). Ferguson h's returned
from a visit to Newborry.
Mrs. J. T. Johnson bus rcturnod t>
Capt. E. G. M toLe i o( Ml. Bcthol
was iu town Saturday, sei irg cofon.
Mr. David D. Harri , of Dials, was in
tho city Goi d Fri lay.
Mr. L. S. Bolt of A inu was in town
Mr. B. C. Burn) of Bat U'dale was in
tho city Monday.
Mr. s. II. (i.-ay of Gr ay court was a
visitor to tho city sales lay.
Mr, J. I. Chandler of Milton was in
Mr, George Davis of Clinton was in
Mrs. C. E. Gray and sou aro visiting
Capt. J. W. C arkc at Union.
Capt. E. G, Mitchell of Mt. Bethel
was in town Saturday, selling cotton.
Mrs. Jamos Burton of Newborry is
visiting Mrs. J, P. Burton.
Mr George Putnam of Dia's spont
GooJ Fr'day in ihe cily.
Mr. J. F. Tolbor. was a Spartaiburg
visitor duting tr o past wcok.
Tho graded schools gs.vo holiday
Sup?. B. L. Jones spont Faster at
Miss Helen Goggans went lo hor
home in Ncwboiry for the Eastertide.
Mr. S. G. McDaniel was a visitor to
Columbia tho llrst of the week.
Mr. Geo. C. Hopkins of Hopcwcll
was a Saturday visitor to tho city.
Mr. Arch C. Owings tf Gray Court
was in town Saturday.
Mr. D. D. Pedon of Gray Court was
in town Monday.
Miss Annie Garlington loaves in a
few days for a visit to IVndloton.
Mr. A. B. Crisp of Mountvllle came
up Saturday for the Loiter carriers
Miss Willou Gray, principal of tho
Jones High School, spont Easter with
Miss Bosslo Roland has accopted the
stenographer's position at tho Furni
Mr. J. T. Power of Ora a staunch
friend of The Advertiser, was in
Mr. John M. Clardy, Assistant Cash
ier at the National Bank, visited in
Bickens county Saturday and Sundsy.
Mrs. Uufus Wilcut and Miss Bennio
Brown of Cross Hill wore In town for
Mrs. Casper Smith Jr., of Waterloo
was a visitor to tho openings on Wed
Miss Alsie Wood, principal of the
Wadsworth school, spent Easter with
homefolk in Spartanburg.
Supt. C. F. Brooks visited a numbor
of the schools in Cross Hill and Hun
ter townships last week.
Mr. T. P. Poolo of Tylorsvllle was In
town Saturday. Ho reports farming
operations very well advanced in his
Messrs. Reuben Clardy and Bennett
Books camo up Monday from Mullins
to spend a week with homcfolks here
and at Brewer ton.
What about the new freight depot
promised to Laurens by Juno? Tho ex
cavations made months ago seem to
constitute tho boglnning and end of
*Mrs. Lucius McSwaln of Cross Hill,
ono of tho brightest women and most
progressive teachers of the county,
spent a few days last week with hor
daughter, Miss Josle McSwain.
Mr. Ford Fraokfl will appear with
his banjo at tho opora house Friday
night, so you'd bottor seo Hjaits and
Diamonds. Thore will be lots of funny
features and much mo-o than fifty
cents' worth of fun.
Mr. Mack Monroe, of this city, who
has boon ongaged with tho Laurons
Furniture Factory a long time left Mon
day for Johnson City, Tcnn., where ho
will bo connected with the Exum
Opium, Whiskey and
All Drug Habits
Cured Without Pain at
If you are addicted to thoso hab'.ls
you think you will quit it. You won't;
you can't unuldod; but y on can bo cured
and restored to your former health and
vigor without pain or the loss of an
hour from your busineB? at a moderate
cost. Tbe medicine builds up your
health, rostores your nervous systom
to its normal condition; you feol like a
different person from tho beginning of
treatment, LEAVING OFF THE
OPIATES AFTER THE FIRST DOSE.
You will soon bo convinced and fully
satisfied In your own mind that you
will be oured.
Mr. T. M. Brown, of DeQueen, Ark.,
says: "Over seven years ago I was
oured of the opium habit by your medi
cine, and have continued in the vory
best of health slnco.
Dr. W. M. Tunstall, of Livingston,
Va , says: "I am glad to say that I
firmly believe that I am entirely and
permanently oured of the Drink Habit,
as I have never even so much as wanted
a drink In any form since I took your
cradicator, now eighteen months ago.
It was the best dollar I ever invested."
Mrs. Virginia Townsend, of Shreve
Eort, La., writes: "No more opium. I
ave taken no other remedy than
yours and I make no mistake when I
say that my health is better now than
it ever was in my life, and I owe it to
you and your remedy. It has been
twelve years since I was cured by
For full particulars address Dr. B.
M. Woolloy, 801 Lowndcs, Bldg., At
lanta, Oft.? who will sond you his book.
Ask us About "Vinol."
"SEEDS THAT GROW"
We handle LANDRKTH'S Garden
Seeds. Tho kind you havo always
bought. The kind that never disap
points vou. In bulk and in papers.
What is a dollar compared with
lloalth. Try "Vinol."
It's hard to boliove "Vinol" is medi
cine. It's so delicious.
Laurens Drug Store.
IF YOU ARE
UP-TO-DATE AND TRUST
WORTHY, YOU CAN MARK
AN EXCELLENT AGENCY
The New England
Mutual Life Insurance
Co., of Boston Mass.
For Agency apply to
John Y. Garlington,
Laurens, S. C.
CAPABLE OF EARNING
$1000 TO $5000
TRAVELING SALESMAN, CLERK,
NO MATTER WHAT YOUR
A complete reorganization of the
Eroduclng department of The Mutual
ife Iosuranoe Company of New York
in this section affords a chance for a
fdw good men; eight vaoancles on the
agency force remain open for men of
onaraoter and ability; you can find out
by writing whether it will be worth
while for you to make a change,
no proviou \ experienco is necessary.
A course of professional instruction
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
ANCE CO., NEW YORK.
Richard A. MoCurdy, President.
HA9PA1D PO LI OY HOLDERS OVER
030 MILLION DOLLARS,
Address, GEORGE T. DEXTER, Su
perintendent of Domestio Agencies, 32
Nassau St., N?w York City, N. Y.
Helps for House-Cleaners
Are the little things necessary to make the work easy, and all the bright House
Furnishings you'll need-to improve your home after the work is done.
Here's a list that
will be helpful
Window Shades, Window Poles, Hall
Curtains, Rugs, Mattings, Druggets,
Carpets, Couch Covers, Baby Carriages,
Go-Carts and Parlor Furniture.
Something new in Tumblers, Goblets,
Ice Cream Cups, Water Pitchers, full
line of line Nickle-Plated Ware and
AND LAURENS R. R.
Charleston, Greenville, Colum
Schedule- In Effect January .10, IDOL
Eastern Standard Time.
North no und. ,.
S. A. L.
Lv Clinton (Dinner) .2 46 pm
Lv Cross Hill.3 08 pm
Lv Greenwood. '. 83 pm
Lv Abbavllle. 4 00 pm
Lv Elberton. 5 23 pm
Lv Athens. 0 35 pm
Ar Atlanta (via SAL). 8 20 pm
Lv Atlanta. 8 30 pm
Ar Chattanooga. I 00 am
Ar Nashville. 0 10 am
Ar Evansville.12 lOpin
Ar St Loul?. 7 16 pm
Som it hound.
S A L.
Lv Atlanta. 8 10 am
Lv Athens.10 53 am
Lv Elberton. 12 00 m
Lv Abbeville. 1 08 pm
Lv Greenwood. 1 28 diu
Lv Cross Hill. 1 62 pm
Lv Clinton. 2 15 pm
Ar Clinton. 2 15 pm
Lv Glonn Springs (0 & W C). .10 00 am
Lv Spartanburg.12 01pm
Lv Greenville.12 I? pm
Lv Waterloo. 117 pm
Ar Laurons (Dinnor). 1 30 pm
C & W C.
Lv Laurens (Dinner). 2 07 pm
Ar GreenviUo. 3 25 pm
Ar Spartanburg. 3 30 pm
Ar Glonn Springs. 4 00 pm
Ar Waterloo. 2 20 pm
C N ?fc L.
No. 22 No. 51
Lv Laurens. 7 0J am 2 02 pm
Lv Clinton. 7 30 am 2 22 pm
Lv Nowborry. 8 40 am 3 10 pm
Lv Prosperity .... 0 02 am 3 42 pm
Lv Chapin. 0 40 am 3 51 pm
Ar Columbia.10 45 am 4 46 pm
No. 21. No. .02
Lv Columbia. 5 00 pm II 10 um
Lv Chapin_ (i 05 pm 12 03 pm
Lv Prosperity.... 0 41 pm 12 28 pm
Lv Nowbarry.... 7 05 pm 12 43 pm
Lv Clinton. 8 30 pm 1 30 pm
Ar Laurens. 0 00 pm 160pm
Lv Columbia (A C L). I 66 pm
Lv Sumter. 6 20 pm
Ar Charleston. 0 36 pm
Lv Charleston (A C L. 0 00 am
Lv Sumter.0 21 am
Ar Columbia . 11 00 am
Trains 53 aud 52 arrive ar.d depart
from now union depot.
Trains 22 and 21 arrive and depart
from Coast Lino Freight Station, Ger
vais street, Columbia.
For rales, timo tablo3 or further in
formation, apply to anv agent or writo
B. P. LEAFHEAllT, O. T. A.,
B?nk of Columbia.
H. M. EMERSON, T. M.,
Wilmington, N. C.
J. F. LIVINGSTON, Sol Agt.
bunk of Columbia.
W. G. CHILDS, President,
Columbia, S. 0.
Dharlesion and Western Carolina R E
AUGUSTA and A8HBVILLE SHOK'J
Schedule in Effect Mar. 1,1003.
2:07 pm Lv. Laurens Ar 1:30 pn
3 30 pm Ar Hpartanhnrg, Lvl201pu
3 40 pm IiV Spartanburg Ar 10 25 an
5 32 pm Ar Saluda Lv 8 39 ar
8 11 pm Ar Hendersonville Lv S 0? an
(C. A W. C. Railway)
1 55 pm Lv Laurens Ar 1 45 11
2 51 p m Lv Greonwood Ar 12 41 pu
5 20 pm Ar Augusta Lv 10 10 air
2 35 pm Lv AuKUdta At 11 55 am
6 30 pm Ar Beaufort Lv 7 50 pn
6 46 pm Ar Port Royal Lv 7 40 an
2 09 pm Lv Laurens Ar M 35 prr
8 25 pm Ar Greenville Lv. 12 15 i n
For information relative to tiokets
rates, schedules, etc., address
SIMPSON & COOPER
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts.
Prompt attention given to all business.
Is not a new, untried remedy. It
has been on the American market
for more titan 30 years. It is the
most popular household remedy
known. Why? Because it is gen
uine, honest, powerful, thorough,
harmless, (puck in action and easy
to take? the doses are very small.
Mrs. Mary J. DeGrOSS, of New York
City, in a voluntary letter to Mr.
Lyman Brown says:
" For years I have been a chronic dys
peptic. )la\ c taken more kinds of medicine
Mian I can remember, hut Seven Itnrk.i lias
proven lo lie the best. The relit f it gives
me Is speedy and certain. I (eel bright and
well attei i'.:; U3C| the effect is .so good."
Wc ha ve thousands of equally as
SPI'CfA'j If von oitfler from headaches,
/vrrVR kidney 01 liver troubles, l>il
l/r i c .v iousness.dy pepsia 01 any of
the khtdi< .1 ailment! buj n 50 cent bottle of
Seven Bni ks and try it. If .lie result Is not
entirely Falisfactory lake the bottle back
niul gel your money. Tho tlruggist will
cheerfully refund it.
LYN AH WKOWN. N?w Vorh City.
Laurens Drug Co*
1. ?. -.4 ? I'iti.'Kflt f.r
l;>UtrjCOj li i\ .:' 1 .>. SftW l/.?I.L-v,
DRICK I?ACKIKEBY, ET0-,
M ?WRITE TO
?\ "TH2 KSAC!;iNEfiY PEOPLE"
j COLUMBIA, 5. C. ^
'? Tho Glbbcs Portoble Shlnolc Machine. L?
Notice to Landowners.
All Landowners in Laurens County
are hcroby given notice that streams
running through thoir premlsos must
be cloanod out by tho 1st day of May
noxt, as provided by law. Streams not
so cleaned will bo cleaned at the ox
penso Of the owner
IL B. Humbert,
Supervisor, L. C,
March 28, 1004 It.
W. C. IRBY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law,
LAUUKNS, S. C.
w.u. knight. r.e. babu,
KNIGUT & BABU,
Attorneys at Law.
??T Will practice In all the State and
Fcdoral Courts. Strict attontion to all
I biiblnoss intrusted to them.
Office up-stalrs. Simmons' Building.
THE NEW NERVE TONIC
AND KIDNEY CURE.
ClennseH tho Kidneys and II I ad dor, purifies the
Illood. PatS Flesh on thin people. KtrenRthenn
tho Nerves. Clears tho Itriiln. Cure* Nervous
Debility, Insomnln, Falling Memorv. ReHtoros
the Vim, Vigor, Vitality and Strength of Youth,
In both weak Men and Women.
This Now Remedy works like Magic, hutlsnh
j eolutoly hnrmlesH, Weigh yourself before taking.
, Price, BO ot?.| 18 boxes, SB.OO, by mail.
Wo will cheerfully refund the money ll you aro
I 1*01 benofltted. Try It and bo convinced.
Laurens Drug Co,
After all is said in praise of othor Guanos, tho
glaring FACT still remains, that tho
-ARE 'TU E?
Wherever used thoy havo given universal satisfaction, and even
whero tho ode5.j were against thorn, they havo hold their own under
tho most unfavorable conditions.
Tho manufacturers of tho Uoyster Guanos aro always willing, anx
ious and ready to meet all fair competition, both in price and quali
ty of thoir goods, and tho farmers of Laurens county can confidently
expect honest goods, fully up to tbe required analysis, and the man
ufacturers guarantee that whoro a fair trial is given thoir goods the
results will bo such as to givo perfect satisfaction to tho farmer, and
make a good customer of him for all time.
We aro dealers in this colobrated Guano, and our fiiends and the
farmers generally, aro requested to givo us a call and inquire into tho
merits of our Fertilizers, boforo placing their orders elsewhere
R P. MILAM & CO.
to sufferers from
Foerg Remedy Co., Lvansvillo, Ind.
I*"-' capital BTOCK $30.000 rULLV paid
In consideration of Five Dollars ($5.00) paid for six bottles
\\of Foerg's Remedy, ?UfcSSSKSfl J\y of T" -I.'*. 190 _
and in consideration of you using these six bottles exactly according to
directions, for Specific Blood ^Poison or Scrofula, the undersigned
j agrees to pay to J._iL_-_._Five Dollars, pro
j vided no benefit is derived from the six bottles, and this certificate is
j returned to the undersigned <within four months.
I Wtffuinnla the p.iymenl of fi>e Mm (fS.OO) in ?KOtdtnce tulth tontrtft printeJ nfwf,
FOERG REMEDY CO.
r ftnufly ii rrei% of
i fV fined /1 thtir ifotcmtKU
7V pfPetM .?*</ MAttm cf F?iv PemrJy Co.
Mffntv AiJmhify, s+iituny ftrm hluf Hit sll WkfU
S0*J sg*(im<nis. ?
(Thin la a fae-almllo of our aunronfoo)
This certainly is o most liberal guarantee and mm which wo could not ovado even if wo so do
slrod. Wo aro perfectly sale in making il. for six bottlos will produce auch marked benefit that
tho user will bo satisfied of an ultimate euro, and Iii? gratitude will prompt liim to lio fair.
With this guarantee you take alisoluloly no chances for this cert ith ato is worth $.Y00 in cash to
you runt will l?o redeemed l>.v tlio druggist from whom you purchased tho r< mody for $5.00 cash. W<>
guarantee this, nnd to further satisfy you a nat lonal hank guarantees us as you can soe from tho
certificate. You can see that, if we did not positively know trial t'oorg's Remedy would euro any
case wo could not afford to miiko such ft liberal genuine proposition, as the loss it would entail
would bo enormous.
With tho above information before you if you go on suffering from Ihomtrioof poisoned blood,
either primary, const Itutlonal or as n result of mercurial t roatmcnt don't rail At fate but simply blame
yourself, for hero Is n cure?absolute nud pure. Tainted blood mail If es tit itself hi the form of
Kerofuln, Eczema, Khoiimatie I'ains, Stiff or swollen Joints BmptloilR or Copper-colored Spots on
tho Face or llody, Little Ulcers in the Mouth or on tho TongttO, Soro Throat. Swollen Tonsils, railing
out of tho Hftlr or Eyebrows, and finally n I ? pn . i.r ? Decay of t'ii> Plcsh nnd Hones. It' you huvo
nny ono of thoso symptoms don't delay till too Into but go to your druggist and ?et a bottle of
FOERG'S REMEDY?6 GR?Al
All druut$l*i% Qunrstntvo II.
If your druggist does not handle this remedy send ns SI.00 for one bottlo or $.'>.00 for six liottles
and r.bsoluto guaranteo fac-slmllo of which is imldlshod abovo. All packages sent in plaiu wrappers.
All correspondence strictly confidential. ^
FOERG REMEDY CO., Evansvllle, Ind.
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Take notice that on the 6th day of
April, 1904, I will render a final ac
count of my acts and doings as Admit)'
istrmo- of the estate of Henry M. Hun
ter, deceased, in the ofllce of tho Judge
of Probato for Laurena County, at 11 o'
clock a. m., nnd on tho samo day will
apply for a final discharge from my
tiust as Administrator.
All porson* having demands against
said ostato will present them on or be
foro that day,proven and authenticated
or be forever barred and all persons in
debted to said estate are requosted to
make paymonta on or bofore that day.
R. LEE HUNTER,
March 18, 1904?2t.
L ., hV
" FOR SALE.
Lucre lot on Sullivan street.
1-acro lot, House improved, on Sul
U aero lot on Green btroct.
2 Stores, lino location.
Kino line of the famous Klndorgarten
Organs- Call or write at once for in
formation. Torins and prices to suit
L. A. McCORD,
Laurons, S. C.
W. Y. BOYD,
Attorney at Law.
Will .practice In all State Courts
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