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A Complete List of Those Who (let a
Pension in This County During
the Present Year.
class a. $96 each.
J. N. Culbertson, M. L. Davis, M. D.
Este8, B. Goodman.
class b. $72 each.
H. P. Blakeley, J. E. Baldwin, N. B.
Guinn, C. H. Hughes, A. A. King, An
drew J. Snow, J. M. Simpson, Benj.
M. Wells, J. H. Williams.
class c?no. 1. $48 each.
D. I. Armstrong, Andrew Culbertson,
John Dial, Edward Manning, Maston
Elmore, T. B. Franks, J. H. Gray, L.
M. Langston, J. F. Leopard, W. W.
Lowe, James II. Madden, George W.
Moore, Mancil Owens, H. A. Phillips,
J. H. Setzier, W. F. Summerei, W. P.
Thomason, B. F. Wick, Spencer Woods,
S. J. Workman.
class c?no. 2. $18.85.
M. V. Abercrombie, G. F. Anderson,
J. H. Abercrombie, J. Ren Anderson,
W. H. Adams, David Anderson, Jona
than Babb, John B. Bagwell, J. M.
Bishop, H. B. Brown, T. H. Bobo,
Miles Bragg, J. J. Boozer, M. L. Bul
lock, J. J. Burton, P. W. Burgess, W.
T. Compton, Stanback Coker, W. L.
Curry, N. B. Curry, Pink Cannon, M.
Y. C?rry, Nathan Cannon, William D.
Cooper, W. F. Cunningham, M. E. Da
vis, E. G. Dendy, A. B. Dameron, W.
M. Dodson, W. J. Douglass, W. P.
Davenport, E. W. Dendy, W. J. Don
non, Madison Elmore, W. H. Franks,
T. J. Fincher, John H. Foshee, F. M.
Gennings, Hugh Greylish, J. R. God
frey, L. A. Henderson, L. M. Hender
son, Isaac L. Henning, G. H. Hazle,
W. R. Hill, Ira Holcomb, W. M. Hel
lams, J. M. Knight, W. L. Knight, R.
B. King, S. W. Lowe, William B. Law
son, B. W. Lanford, Henderson Lind
ley, W. T. Long, Thomas W. Lindley,
B. G. Lowe, Jno. K. Lyons, D. E.
Madden, J. M. Meadows, W. L. Mc
Chray, C. P. Martin, Harrison Mitchell,
J. M. Moore, John A. Martin, Allen
Motes, N. Y. Manley, J. M. Montjoy,
John A. Mills, H. Tillman Nelson, Fos
ter Nelson, W. A. Nelson, M. L. Nel
son, T. P. Owings, Jesse O'Neal, M. B.
Owings, John T. Owens, A. Putnan,
H. D. Prior, Turner Rhodes, T. R. Rid
dle, Barnett Robertson, Geo. W. Rid
dle, A. F. Redden, John M. Sullivan,
A. J. Snyder, J. T. Skelton, J. H.
Saxon, George M. Simmons, J. R.
Sloan, J. H. Summcrel, A. M. Sher
bert, James M. Suttle, Thomas F.
Senn, J. K. Satterfield, H. S. Taylor,
R. J. Templeton, W. H. Terry, Pleas
ant Tinsley, S. W. Tumbling, F. C.
Vaughn, T. T. Watkins, E. C. Watts,
Harvey Woods, A. J. Woods, John S.
Wilbanks, R. W. Woodruff.
class c. ? no. 3. $48. each.
Mary Abercrombie, Nancy Anderson,
Margaret Ballentine, M. E. Bryson,
Sarah A. Bradley, S. E. Bramlett, R.
C. Burns, Elixabeth Burton, M. F.
Chancy, M. L. Curry, Margaret Ches
tine, Tempe Cook, E. E. Curry, Mary
Culbertson, Isabella Garrett, N. E:
Grant, Martha Kennedy, Sarah C. Ker
nals, Margaret M. Lovering, M. A.
McDaniel, J. J. Moore, Eliza Madden,
C. H. Motes, Mary J. Query, Martha
Richards, Ann Riddle, Harriett E. Rid
dle, L. M. Riddle, Stacey Satterwhite,
Sarah M. Sexton, A. F. Sherard, Nancy
Spelts, Emmeline Summerei, Sarah E.
Todd, Fannie B. Wolff.
class c. ?no. 4. $18.85 each.
Nancy J. Arnold, F. A. Adair, Mary
Brown, Mary Bolt, E. A. J. Boyd, M.
A. Bolt, M. J. Benjamin, Isabelle
Brownlee, Margaret Cooper, S. S.
Cooper, Eliza Carnell, Hester Copeland,
Mary E. Clark, Matilda Coleman,
Martha E. Davis, Temperance Daven
port, Sarah E. Dunlap, Mary E. Dick
ert, Amanda Davis, N. A. Entrekin,
Caroline Fuller. Miller F. Fuller, Char
lotte Farrow, Mary J. Fowler, Nancy
Fowler, Isabelle Fuller, Matilda G.
Franks, Mary J. Fuller, Sarah Gray,
Theresa Garner, Nancy, Golding, Pollie
Ann .Gosnell, Cornelia Griffin, Sarah
Guinn, Lucy Jane Hill, Harriet Haw
back, Mary E. Hill, Minerva Hill, Eliza
beth Hitch, Mary Hughes, Laura T.
Hellams, Jane A. Hudson, Martha Her
bert, Catherine Knight, Jane M.
Knight, Nancy Knight, L. V. Hill,Mary
A. Jones, M.L. Lawson, Rebecca Lavin,
Agnes Leaman, Nancy Liles, Patsey
Ling, M. C. Lyon, K. V. Monroe, Julia
P. McAteer, Clarissa Marley, Mary E.
Madden, Amanda Martin, S. M. Nance,
Maggie W. Nelson, Caroline Nelson,
Mahala Owings, Caroline Owings, Mary
A. Power, L. A. Paine, C. R. Pitts,
Lettie Pollard, Hulda Reeder, Guly F.
Riddle, Sarah Reynolds, Harry J. Reid,
Catherine Rodgers, E. R. Shock ley, S.
T. Spoon, Othello Sloan, E. Jane Smith,
Catherine Staibngs, Susan Sims, Caro
line Saxon, Martha Sims, Lucretia
Smith, Mary R. South, Caroline C.
Swink, M. J. Taylor, M. R. Todd, N.
A. Templeton, Henrietta Tumbling,
Kittery Whitley, Sallie A. Word, Let
tie F. Walker, M. F. Yeargin, Jane
Ekom, May 14. ?On account of so
much rain the farmers are just finish
ing planting cotton. Some of the first
planting is now being chopped out.
Several from this section went to
Wares Shoals fishing last week.
Mr. Tom Cooper and daughter of Lan
ford visited relatives here last week.
Mr. E. B. Culbertson of Honea Path
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Y. J.
Culbertson a few days ago.
Several of our young people attended
the picnic at Jones.
Mr. Broadus Cooper of the Poplar
Springs section spent Saturday night
with his father Mr. T. J. Cooper.
itfr. T. C. McDaniel is* quite sick at
this time. ,
Have you pains in the back, inflam
mation of any kind, rheumatism, faint
ing spells, indigestion or constipation,
Hollistcr's Rf/cky Mountain Tea makes
you well, keeps you well. 35 cents.
Ask your druggist.
It \vill be to your interest to see our
line^tf Felt and Cotton Mattresses be
fore vmx buy, as we can sell you best
quality ?# Mattresses at prices that yoi)
would have to pay for Mattresses made
**)f cheaper quality of material.
S. M. & E, H. Wilkes & Co.
STATE BANKERS' ASSOCIATION.
Three Days of Qrace on Bank Notes
May be Cut Out.
Greenville, May 12. ? Having com.
pleted the transaction of all business
before the convention, the annual
meeting of the South Carolina Bank
era' association came to an end early
yesterday afternoon, but a few stir
linger in Greenville. By to-morrow eve
ning all the visitors will have left the
The annual election of officers was
the last important act of the conven
tion before adjournment. All nomina
tions were made by committee and the
following were chosen by a unanimous
ballot on motion of J. H. Thayer:
W. J. Roddey, of Rock Hill, presi
W. D. Morgan, of Georgetown, vice |
Giles L. Wilson, secretary and treas
Members of the executive committee:
D. D. McColl, Bennettsville; J. C. Self,
Greenwood; L. C. Harrison, Yorkville.
Delegates to the American Bankers'
Association?E. P. Grice, Charleston;
L. W. Parker, Greenville; W. J. Mont
Attorney for the association?A.
Markley Lee, of Charleston.
A number of resolutions, some of j
which were of grave importance to the [
financial welfare of the State, were in
troduced by the committee on resolu- ]
tions yesterday, and duly acted upon by
the! convention. Wilson G. Harvey,
chairman, read the resolutions for the |
Perhaps the most important resolu
tion received and adopted was that
looking toward the appointment of a
commission by the Legislature to ex
amine and audit the books and accounts
of all corporations doing business in
South Carolina; the idea being to ascer
tain the true condition, reliability and
for the protection of the public. The
executive committee will probably make
an effort to have such a law framed at
the next General Assembly. There was
some discussion on the resolution, but
no opposition to it. President Montgom
ery and others pointing out that there
had been more than one financial crash
within recent years in the State by
which many innocent stockholders and
the public generally suffered. Such
things, he said, could in a measure be
prevented by the constant supervision
of an auditing commission.
It is probable that the time honored
rule giving 3 days of grace on bank pa
per and notes will be abolished in the
course of time. According to a resolu
tion adopted yesterday the bankers' as
sociation will make an effort to have
the Legislature pass such an act at the
"Butting" Into the Navy.
"Butting" into business is compar
atively easy, "butting" into society is
common, but "butting" into the navy
is both rare and painful. Paul J. An
derson, who recently was examined at
the recruiting oflice, Minneapolis, was
found an eighth of an inch too short for
acceptance. He went outside, knocked
his head against a substantial building,
and came back with an eighth of an
inch to spare over the required height.
It would have been a shame not to ac
cept a man of this sort.?The Bluejack
To Trustees of First Methodist Church.
' Gentlemen: ?
It's sound sense that we tell you.
1 It will cost less dollars to paint your
church with L. & M. Paint, because
more painting is done with one gallon
of L. & M. than with two gallons of
I other paints, and the L. & M. Zinc
hardens the L. & M. White Lead and
makes the L. & M. Paint wear like
Any church will be given a liberal
quantity free whenever they paint.
4 gallons L. & M. mixed with 3 gal
lons Linseed Oil will paint a moderate
L. & M. costs only $1.20 per gallon.
J. E. Webb, Fainter, Hickory, N. C,
writes: "Houses painted with L. & M.
15 years ago have not needed painting
Sold by W. L. Boyd, Laurens, S. C.
and Clinton Pharmacy, Clinton, S. C.
Of the Condition of the Peoples Loan and
Exchange Bank, Located at Laurens,
S. C, at the Close of Business May
Loans and Discounts $310,917.27
Bonds and Stocks owned
by the Bank 13,000.00
Banking House, Furniture
and Fixtures 11,997.12
Due from Banks and Bankers 54,102.51
Silver, Nickels and Pennies 5,628.73
Checks and Cash Items 8,681.28
Capital Stock Paid in $100,000.00
Surplus Fund 20,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes Paid 78,652.32
Due to Banks and Bankers 5,426.75
Due Unpaid Dividends, 1,565.00
Individual Deposits Subject
to Check 172,174.91
; Time Certificates 8-1,198.98
I Cashier's Checks 3,196.27
Deposits on file at close of
Reserve Fund 5,000.00
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Before mecame J.W. Todd, Cashierof
The Peoples' Loan and Exchange Bank
who being duly sworn, says that the
above and foregoing statement is a true
condition of said Hank, as shown by the
books of fde in said hank.
J. W. Toon, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this 10th day of May, 1906.
John F. Boi/r, C. C. C. P.
Correct Attest:-W. L. Gray, .1. O.
C. Fleming, J.ILTyayniiam, Directors.
Take notice that on the 19th day of
June, 1906, I will render a final ac
count of my acts and doings as Admin
istrator of the estate of N. M. Maddox,
deceased, in the oflice of the Judge of
Probate of Laurens County at 11
o'clock A. M. and on the same day will
apply for a final discharge from my
trust as Administrator.
All persons indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay"
ment,l by said date, and all persons
having demands against said estate will
present thew on Of before said date
duly proven or be forever ha/rod
AT TARGET PRACTICE.
O! who would be a landsman
And never feel the tide
Of fiery exultation
And patriotic pride
Go bounding through his pulses,
And sweeping o'er his soul,
When o'or the dark-blue waters
The guns begin to roll?
The acrid smell of powder
Is heavy on the air,
The black and shining muzzles
With jets of crimson flare,
To every foe of freedom
They sound the crack of doom
When o'er the tossing ocean
The guns begins to boom.
The hurtling shells go singing
Above the surging brine
A song of naval glory
That fires the blooa like wine.
O, who would be a landsman
And walk upon the shore,
When o'er the foaming billows
The guns begin to roar!
?Minna Irving, in the Bluejacket.
Hocky Mountain Tea Huggeis
A Busy Medicine for Bu:y People.
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
a gpcolllo for Constipation, Indigestion, Liver
and Kidney troubles. l'lmplcs. Eczema. Imixiro
Mlooil. lind Hrcntli. Sluggish Ilowcls. Hcudaoho
and Buolcnclic. Its Kooky Mountain Tea In tab
let torn), ?< ? cents n> box. Uenulno mado by
Molmstku Dnuu Company. Madison, Wls.
S?LDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
Let us show you our line of Majestic
Ranges in different sizes, made of Ma
laeble Iron; has the high warming clos
ets, and are so constructed that they
will not consume much wood. Sold by
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
and WHISKEY HABITS
cured at home with,
out pain. Hook of par
ticulars sent fkkk,
_ B. M. woollky, M. D.
Atlanta, ?O, Oflice 104 n. Pryot Street.
Char eston &. Western Carolina Railway
(Schedule in effect April 1G, 1905.)
Lv Laursno 1:60 pm
Ar Greenwood 2-40 "
Ar Augusta 6: 20 "
Ar Anderson 7: 10 "
Lv Augusta 2:35 pm
Ar Allendalc 4:30
Ar Fairfax 4:41 "
Ar Charleston 7:40 "
Ar Beau ford 6:30 "
Ar Port Royal 6:40 "
Ar Savannah 6:45 "
Ar Waycross 10:00"
Lv Laurens 2:07 pm
Ar Spartanburg 3:30 *'
No. 52 No. 87
Daily Ex. Sudday
Lv Laurens 2:09 urn 8:00 am
ArGreenville 3:25*" 10:20"
Arrivals:?Train No. 1, Daily, froml
Augusta and intermediate stations 1: 451
pm; No. 52, daily, from Greenville and in
termediate stations 1:35pm; No.87,daily,
except Sunday, from Greenville and
intermediate stations 6:40pm; train No.
2, daily, from Spartanburg and interm
ediate stations 1:30pm.
C. II. Gasque, Agt., Laurens, S. C.
G. T. Bryan, Genl Agt. GrenevilleS.C.
Ernest Williams, Gen. Pass. Agt.,
T. M. Emerson, Traffic Manager.
and other DRUGS, and nervous
Charges more reasonable than other
ike institutions. $25.00 per we ek pays
for treatment, remedies and board.
Result absolutely the same.
L. G. CORBETT, M. D.
THE CAROLINA SANITARIUM,
Greenville, S. C.
Dr. q. c. ALBRIGHT,
Office over Peoples Loan and Ex
change Bank, Laurens, S. C.
n. B. Dial. a. O. Topd.
DIAL & TODD,
Attorneys and Coun
sellors at Law.
lOnterprise Bank and Todd Oflico Bui
Laurens, S. C.
Dr. Chas. A. Ellett
Office, Law Range.
'Phone 189, Laurens, vS. C.
A. H. SANDERS, Prop.
High Grade Ginger Ale
and Soda Water.
Celery Cola a Specialty.
Given all Orders.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Cotton Mill and
I offer for sale any part of the follow
30 shares Arcadia Mills stock at
50 shares GalYney Mfg. Co. at $88.00.
7 shares Belton Mills stock at $110.00.
10 shares Woodruff Cotton Mills stock
15 shares Ninety Six Cotton Mills at
15 shares Williamston Mills at $102.00.
10 shares Courtenay Manufacturing
Co. at $101.00.
50 shares Fairfield Cotton Mills at
100 shares Ware Shoals Mfg. Co. at
10 shares National Pank of Laurens
I will huy any part of the following
50 shares Pacolet Mfg. Co. at $178.00.
5 shares Anderson Cotton Mills at
20 shares of Enterprise Rank of
Laurens at $110.50.
J. J. ADAMS,
Laurens, South Carolina.
Side and Back
are still in the height of fashion, and
will also be worn this spring and
summer. We have the latest
styles of fancy Combs from
$1.25 to $7.00
per set of three. Also the newest de
signs in Bracelets, Hat Pins, Cuff
Pins, Fobs and Crosses.
Give Us a Call Before
DK. CLIFTON JONES
OFFICE IN SIMMONS BUILDING
Phone: Oflice No. 86; Residence 219.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice iu all State Courts.
Prompt attention given to all business.
C.N. *V, L. Railroad Co.
Schedule In effect November 21st, 15)04 :
No. 52 No. 21 No. 85
PnHHenKiv Mixcil ex- Freight ex
Daily coptSun* ccpt Sun
i.v Columbia 11 10 n m 615 p m 1 00 a m
iir Newberry 12 30 p m 7 05 p m 8 45 am
nr Clinton 1 22 p m K 15 p in 5 25 u m
nr Laurens 142 p m K 45 p rn 0 00 a m
No. 53 No. 22 No. ?4
Lv Laurens 2 02 pm 7 00 nm 5 20 p m
ar Clinton 2 22 p m 7 30 am ?00 pm
ar Nowlx;rry 3 10 p m K 35 am 7 05 p m
ar Columbia 4 45 p m 10 30 a m 9 15 p m
C. II. CASQUE. A?ent.
"Oh, I AM SO TIRED!"
Is heard daily from old and young, rich and poor. Did you ever stop and consider
the cause of this remark? We will venture to say nine cases out of ten are
caused by improper digestion. This, or other symptoms of Indigestion such as
nervousness, nausea, heart-burn, sour stomach, flatulency and despondency, I
should be a warning to you who are in danger of having indigestion, the great
est enemy of American health to-day, fasten its merciless fangs on your health.
Remember, "A Stitch in time saves nine", and a bottle of the celebrated
Kellum's Sure Cure for Indigestion has saved untold misery to people in many
parts of this broad land, by curing them permanently of this miserable disease. |
Yes, not like the pepsin digestives that help for a time; but cures permanently
by causing the digestive organs to perform their functions. Nature being such
a great rectifier of its own ills, with the assistance of this powerful medicine,
gives you a healthy stomach and removes indigestion and its symptoms perma
nently Sold on a $5.00 guarantee. 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle at
I .aureus Drug Company.
Live Stock Insured!
Your Growing Crops Protected From
Hail Storms. Old Line Fire and Life
Insurance Companies Represented.
Insure the life of your horse or mule with me. 1 write a policy for $100
which costs $4.00 for the first year and $1.00 a year thereafter.
Hail Storm Insurance.
In case of a hail storm you would feel mighty good if your crop should
be protected in the way of insurance. F write policies of this char
acter at 2 per cent, of the valuation. Cotton ranges from $10 to
$30 an acre. Corn $8 per acre. I also represent some of
the most reliable Old Line and Mutual Fire and Life In
surance Companies in the country. See me, there
fore, for any kind of insurance desired.
J. Wade Anderson,
Laurens, r South Carolina,
Summer Has Arrived!
Now is the Time to Buy Your
Oxfords of all Kinds.
White Cloth Oxfords, $1.00.
Vici Oxfords, 75c to $1.50.
Patent Leather Oxfords, $1.00 to $1.50.
Nice White Drop-Stitch Hose, 10c to 25c
Nice Black Drop-Stitch Hose 10c to 25c.
And Fancies at the same prices.
Don't forget the new wash goods Foilette
Silks 25c the yard.
The most beautiful lines of Figured Lawns 5c
We have just arranged a 5c table of Lawns,
running from 5c the yd. to 10c, all to at go one
price, 5c the yard.
Our Millinery is Going!
Because we are cheaper in price and quality is guaranteed,
and when we say guarantee that means something.
Not Hot Air.
to call at the 5 and 10 Cents Store and get some of those beautiful
White Cups and Saucers. Only 5c for Cup and Saucer.
Yours ever ready to serve you,
J. L. HOPKINS,
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