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TUE MONUMENT FUND
Daughters of Confederacy Have Knised
About $1000?People Urged to Send
In September, l!Mi7. the f. Ii. Kor
shaw Chapter( U. I). C, seriously bo
gan work in the Interest of n Coiifod
erate monument to be erected at Lau
rens. At the end of a year, the close
of September, 1908, they have $040.00
In cash and between three and font
hundred dollars subscribed, but as yet
unpaid. Six hundred dollars of the
cash sum on hand was loaned out in
.Inly and is bearing eight per ecu; In
terest. The Daughters rogard that
they have raised a thousand dollars
and think that this Is a good showing
for one year's work. They wish to
see a monument worth not less than
$2,fiOO.OO erected in l.tiurens not Inter
than the summer of 1910. They have
met with a great deal of encourage
ment ami substantial idd from the
business men of the city and county
and appreciate it fully. However, it
is hoped that all members of town
ship committees and all leaders asked
to assist in the work, who have not as |
yet reported to Mrs. It. 13. IJcll, will '
do so at once. It is further requested |
and urged that all who are down for
subscript ions will make payment c.i
once In order that the ladies of tin
Chapter may know definitely just what
they have. This statement is pub
I (shed in order that the public nut)
know what has been done for the mon
ument. The Chapter has set it; -!:
the task of earning at least a thousand
dollars more by the first of October,
next, and from lime to lime reports
of progress will he published.
Member Central Committee,
Served as coffee, the new coffee
substitute known to grocers every
where as Dr. Slump's Health Coffee
will trick even a coffee expert Not
a grain of renl coffee in it cither.
Pure healthful toasted grains, malt
nuts. etc. have been so cleverly
blended as to give a wonderful satis
fying coffee laste and llavor. And i;
is "made In a minute," too! No l.o
dious 20 to30 minutes boiling. Test
it and see. Dr. Shoop created Heulte
Coffee that the people might have ;
genuine coffee Substitut"' , and on<
Dial would be thoroughly satisfyint
In every possible respect. Sold hj
.1. M. Phil pot.
Cross Hill News notes.
Cross Hill. Oct. ;,. Mr. Ccorge V.
Iloozer has bought n lot in town nun
will build ami move his family here
The oil mill has been sold to i
Hlshopvllle linn and will begin bus!
ness at an early date.
Mr. Robert V. Wade was married on
the *J7th of September to Miss Pauline
McCarley, Rev. c. F. Rankln ollicluiing
Mr. Wade is it popular husines man ol
our town. Miss Mc Car ley is tin
second daughter of Dr. Mc Carl, \ ol
Lau t ens.
Mr. W. F. Coats, a prosperous far
mer who lives a few miles from lowu
nays he has thret hands who picket'
1,200 pounds of cotton in one day re
Mr. W. T. Iloyce left Saturday for
Whj Colds arc Dangerous.
Because you have contracted ordl
nary colds and recovered from ihmn
without treatment of any kind, do not
for a moment imagine that colds an
not dangerous. HJvoryone knows
(hat pneumonia and chronic catarrh
have their origin In a common ( old.
Consumption Is not caused by a cold
but the cold prepares the system for
the reception and development of thi
germs that would not otherwise have
found lodgement. It is the i am.
with all Infectious diseases. Dlpth
erla. scarlet fever. measles ami
whooping cough are much more like
ly to be contracted when a child has
a cold. Vou will gee from this that
more real danger lurks in a cold than
in any other of the common ailments
The easiest and quickest way to cure
a cold is to take Chamberlaln'sCough
Remedy. Tin* many remarkable
cures effected by this preparation
have made it a staple article of trade
over a large pari of the world. Vor
sale by Laurens Drug Company.
Mrs. Helen Irwin McGhec, wife of
Mr. Zach Medice, died at Providence
hospital, Washington, early Monday
Best qualities obtainable.
Winter or d
makes not only one of the largest
yielding and best winter feed and
forage crops you can grow, but is
also one of the best of soil-improv
ers, adding more nitrogen to tin?
soil than anytother winter crop.
Wood's Descriptive Fall Cat
alogue gives full informal ion
about this valuable crop; also
^about all other
Farm 6 Garden Seeds
Pfor Pall planting. Cataloguo
mailed free on request. Write
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, ? Richmond, Va.
II' l> VIHK S'V M0I7XTVILLK*
Mr. ilollll Kiistls I.msc-, Harn und L'OII-j
?,. Nr ?<> Shooting Scrape*
Mountvlllc, Od. 12. Last Thursday
night !:? lohn who lives on
Iii? White Plains phicc four inllou ho
low h?re, Ioh i ? harn and ?ontenta,
consisting ol hin rail gulhoriug ol
of horse food, by Ui f. Tho atook
wor? :. rod. Tin cause of tho burn
ing i >.< i known. Nol long ngo Mi*.
ICutitis 1 smaller oul bullding In
the aniuv way,
Wo in |i i ind thai ul White Piain?
colored <" :,. h im tbo first Sunday
a im. oi'C.u rod In which ono negro
was .- ii'. Have nol learned parlicu
lai'H. ii :!i be reineniboi'cd that only
two i ?? liii' o yoara ago a negro was
killed ill i lie nine church.
Itev. !'. r. Mitchell, a prominent
Baptist minister of tin* K*'?'<ty Ulvor
Asuochttl has bough! a lot here and
expects n> build. in the meantime
he Ikih rented ti"- Mrs. Pylos dwelling
and will move ids family there this
winter tiiti i i u bulldn. Mr. Mitchell
snys 1:1 ? ' i ? |?ill'|iOHe in coining is to
place : in.a in school, bill it is un
dei?total i1 :ii he will accept the pas
torate of the Mouutvlllo Baptist
Mlssei and Jessie CulbOI'lHOII
of ICkom !n Sunday night with
relit I lv< ti i ei'
THE SLEEPING SICKHESS
WHICH MEANS DEATH
How many readers have heard of this
terrible disease? It. prevails in that
the Congo district. It. is caused by
the late of the tsetse lly. When It
bites a person, the sleeping symptoms
begin and finally tho sufferer sleeps
tint il (Ii at h o< ears.
Contrast Ulis with the peaceful,
balmy sleep of health. Is there any
thin.? more wearing than to lie awake
at night, tossing about, nervous, with
(old feet, hot/head and mercy knows
what else? Short of letting the tsetse
fly bite us v.a ?would do almost any
thing for relief. Jlow can wo pre
vent it? f Mr, Georgo Hayes, of
Union CM 1 y. Pa., writes: "I had lost,
my appetite, v. as all run-down, could
not sleep nights. I had tried every
thing without relief, VInol was rec
ommended, and to my surprise, It
helped tue at once; gave mo a splendid
appetite, and now I sleep soundly."
What VInol did for Mr. IIayos.lt will
do for every run-down, nervous and
overworked person who cannot sleep.
Linireiis flriig Co.. I.aurcns, s. c.
Scene Front '?The Clansman."
State of South Carolina,
IN run PROHATH COPItf,
.). t). C. doming*, executor of the last
will and testament of Patrick 11.
Drowsier, deceased, plaintiff, against
Lewis Browster, Lustus Brewstor,
Guy Kiln Browster, Benjamin Harri
son Golden, Mahon Golden, Browster
Golden? I- I'. Golden, Orr Browster,
Kuta Browster, Nanriio Browster. c.
II. Brewstor, Lou Bell Browstor, .lohn
Browster and Pat Browster, Arrah
Golden and RogOn Golden, Defen
dants. Summons for Relief,
To the def< ndants, Lewis Brewstor,
Lustus Browstor, Guy Ella Brewstor,
Benjamin Harrison Golden, Mahon
Golden, Browster Golden, 1.. I), (ail
den, Orr Browster, Euta Browster,
Nannie BrCWStor, C. II. Hrewster,
I.on Boll Browstor, John Brewstor
and I'at Browster, Arrah Golden and
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to ansv sr the complaint in this
action, of which a copy Is herewith
served Upon yen, and to serve a copy
of your answer to the said complaint
on the subscribers at their ofuco at
Laurcns, South Carolina, within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you
fail to answer the complain) within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will apply to the court for the re
lief demanded in the Complaint.
Dated Lauren;, S. ('., .March 26th,
A. I). 1008.
MAI, & TODD,
To the Defendants, Lustus Brewstor,
Ouy Ella Browstor and Mahon Ool
dcn, non-residents j
Take notice that the complaint in this
action, together with the summons, of
which the above is a copy, was filed in
tho office of the Court of Probate for
Laurons county, in the city <>f Laurons,
State of South Carolina, on the 26tn
(lav of March. 1008,
Dated I.aurcns, S. ('., March 26th,
A. D. 1008.
Ufa Plaintiff's Attorneys,
And all other persons
When you are ready to
lake out your insurance
place it with us. We.
offer strictly high-class,
old line insurance.
Losses paid promptly.
(Jive us a showing.
E. H. WILKES&SON
General Insurance, Stocks and
Laurens, S. C.
The time has come for
FRUIT OAK ES
We ars supplying thobest ingredients
for Fruit Cakes to be round anywhere.
See us for
of all kinds.
A specially in Tickles. Pin Money
Pickles are great seller.:.
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Next door to Enterprise Hank Buildin
Phono 211. 116 Laurens St.
I Seed! |
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Big Supply of Seed
Wheat, Barley, Rye
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Red and Burr.
(ict lliein now at
I Bros. I
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C I VI L K N a I N K K It
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Or. King's New LBfe PiMa
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i I 8rap :
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