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SHENEY MIKE'S PAL
IN AT LA (NT A PRISON
Mr-sis. Ot yciis mid Willis Ideiilif*
Vcggmitti as l'al of Policeman
Messrs. Stove Owens und I.. K.
Willis of Laurens liuvo roturnod from
Atlnutn, whoro thoy woro summoned
by I'ostollleo lusiiector II. T. Greg
ory to Identify one James Martin,
hot; in iirison the'ro on the charge of
robbing tbo FJonlfay, Fla., postolllcc.
This man Martin said bo Was in Lnu
ij! - on January 28, with "Shoouey
Mike/' and Messrs. Owens mid Willis,
who saw tin' two men ami talked
with them, went i<> Identify him.
p i returning '<> tho city, both
th< men state positively that Mar
tin was the pal of "Shcency M|ke,"
who was hilled by <j>11i?? ? *:? Walker,
it Is recalled thai the two yoggmen
?? ? at Wat's mills on tho afternoon
pri ed ' tho tragedy and that Owolis
talked with "ShConey Mike."
A staled In Tin- Advertiser sine..'
?.. ? \s ago, Solicitor C'oopor, who has
kept til* thoroughly with all tho pro
ceedings, holds that this man Martin
? iinr.ot I"1 handled at all by the Lau
? ? authorities, ami that ii will be
iisc'ess to bring him here I'm- trial.
':'.<? tvas in m> way Implicated in the
killing of Olllcer Stono. ami there was
no obbery in Laurens.
Object t? Strong Medicines.
Many people object t<> taking the
? ng medicines usually prescribed
by physicians for rhonmatlsm. There
,s ,\o need of internal treatment in
enso of muscular or chronic rhcu
' -m. ami more than nine out of
\> y ten ease., of the disease are of
. or the other oi these varieties.
When there Is no fever .ml little tif
nj ? swelling, yoii may know that it
Is mly necessary to iipid.\ Chainbor
aIn's Liniment freely to net (pilch
Try i-. I'o.- Haiti '??>' the
'.. ? .. :ns Drug Co.
' v. Creswoll I'lctiiiiitf Jliitiored.
a meetine, <>: thb ijtate Rssooia
II? of 1.
tary of me organization.
ft costs Motiej :<? Paint.
?. oars out i not [minted. Then
? .: i mom y io repair ii ami hioiicy
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.alien. ThlriV-flvo "'ear.- us*' in
oven it. Sold 1 > .1. II. ,\ .\i. I.
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K!>n>! V K DKSTHOYKD BY Fl Hi:.
Mr. Paul lilenn, of Xenr Wattn Mills,
Friday night between II and 12
o'clock the residence of Mr. H. Faul
Glenn, locntod out beyond Watts .Mills
was destroyed by lir??. the origin of
which Is unknown. Mr. Glonn and
family woro obsoul spending the
ui,tiit in town with rolatlvos.
The dwelling was a neat, now cot
tage, on Which, together with its fur
nishings, thoro was, it is understood,
Two years .? > Mr. Glenn sustained
a similar loss, boing at that lime a
resident of Voungs township, lie
has the sympathy of many friends in
tdor if everybody will have
what vonts 100 years from now?"
"1 do ... t. Th? men will thru
probably b< agitating for tho snf
f ae?'?I. iluvllSo Courier-Journal.
A Speedy Cure for
Constipation. Illlioutness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Liver Complaints, Tired Feeling*, Had Tasic in
the Mojth. Mail Complexion, Nervousness and all
(tisanes u( the Stomach, Liver and liowcli.
nioodiiiQ Uver Pills "
act ecntly, yet thoroughly upon the bowel?, liver,
itnni ich and dige-live organs. The pills, in old
and chronic canes ol constipation and indigestion,
act at once, without griping, nor do tltey leave any
unpleasant after-effects, li . form a constant habit
ol purging, produced by other cat! lriie remedies.
'? Dloodlae Liver Pill? "
rcsti>rj the deranged and torpid li\ er to in normal
condition and healthful action. Remove and pre*
vent constipation by securing a natural and rcgu>
lar operation of the bowels, and relieve thi 14 un
pleasant sympton which attend a diseased or
morbid condition of the li ve:, stomach and bowels.
To a<*isi In attaining tl'ia end, the following
gest uns are offered.
Kl Marks. Everyone who uses pilU for
their action oil the liver, should know tint Ui^e
do es rarely prove is satisfactory a? small ones.'
Lai11! >' . s;i i| ly pur ,e and pass out oi the s\s-1
tern, usually leaving the bowels constipated, and
.:i removing the cause of the trouble, or im
pr ve th>: general health, < n Ihn ether hand,
sihi!I doses develop 'ho alterative effect of the
mi Ii Ine, do not irrfiat: or e nstij aia the bowel-,
but ?^??nily si tnulata the liver ;.. I prevent lh<
accumulation of bili by directing its li wii.totlic
proper channels. Thei foraiti ad . blel com
im .;< ?-? by t king i. t over one or two pills at bed.
tune and Increase d^ie as nccetcary.
1' ri.ANn, Mn. ?
CirsT-.:?I find your "111* ? Liver Pills"!
the ii ist elfcctivc pill 1 ever used, They cause I
ii ?? r.r v .1 ai| stive after cii^.t as most livci 1
pills ao< Yours truly, 5
MRS. AMAUA RICHARDSON. I
DR. B. P. POSEY
Latirens, S. C.
Death of u Child*
Prances, the sweet und. attractive
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
M, McClintOCk of Ora, died early Sun
day morning at the home <>t' her par
ents. Aboul 2 o'< hick Saturday af
ternoon tho child suffered an attack
of acute Indlgostlou and within 10
hours had passed away, despite the
skill of physicians and the loving, d< -
voted attention of fond parents and
relative.^. she was ji months old,
the only child of her parents, and a
grandchild of Capt. and Mrs. W. A.
! McC'lintock also of Ora.
The little one was laid to rest in
the A. It. P. church cemetery at 10
o'clock Monday morning.
LAND N VLt.
Tho Statt? of South Carolina,
County of Laurons.
in court of Common Pleas.
Tho Uatlk of Ninety Six. Plaintiff,
Jrs. T. Hill, ct ai. Defendants.
Pursuant to a Decree of The Court
in tho above stated case. I will sell at
public outcry to tin- highest bidder.
I at Lauren... C. Ik. S. C, on Salesday
[in May next, being Monday the 3rd
I day of the month, during tho legal
I hours for such sales, the following
! described property to wit:
All that tract, lot or parcel of land
situate, lying ami being in Cross Hill
Township, in the County and State
a ort said, containing one hundred and
forty-one Mill acres more or less,
bounded by lands of .1. C. Wade, lands
of .'as. A. Hill, W. P. Turner. Lucy
Dendy and others.
Terms of Sale: Ouc-half Cash, bal- ?
nnce to be paid twelve months from
date of sale, the credit portion to he
pUtd twelve mouths from date of sale,
the credit portion to be secured by
bond and mortgage of the purchaser
over tho said premises, bearing legal
int? rest from date, with leave to pur
< .a -? to pay I is entire bid in cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers. if the
terms of sale are not complied with,
lite b lid to be resold on same or some
subsequent R?losday on same terms,
: t risk of former purehat er.
JOHN F. BOLT,
c. c. c. !'. ,v c. R? ureas. S. ?"*.
?>? ? ? I ih ipiy.i,
What about protec'.in<>
your property against loss
by fire. We have as good
as the host i:i the way of
L&urens Fire Insur
C, W. McCRAVY, Mgr.
Ii is as much the lit as the style of the (>'xfof I that goes lo make a neat and trim foot.
Mali) Oxfords make tlic fool look clumsy, while the right sort of Oxford is the smart?
est foot dressing ? Woman can wear.
Ours Are the Right Sort.
< >ui (ixfords arc made l>y experts makers and every little detail in the making and fu - jfi
ishiny is looked after with experienced eyes,
Black and the new Browns and Tan leathers.. Short, perforated vamps and i\\s.
Cuban hecis, mcditttu toes, Button, I.act.-, Pumps <m Bl?cher models
All Sizes ;ind Widths.
?1.50, $2.oo, ?, $3.0 > to #3.50. A
The t )xfords we fit and sell will make elegantly dressed feet. VVc II be pleased to sin w
you, Madam, at your convenience.
Customers Shoes Shined Free.
Revival at Second Baptist.
Rev. a. T. Stoudenmlre. pastor of
the Second Baptist church . announces
that on next Sunday morning at 11
o'clock, a series of revival services
will begin at his Church, lite Rev. J.
w. Gu> of Trough conducting the
services. The meeting will continue
at least one week, two services bel?g
held each day. at 3:30 in the after
noon and at S at night. Everybody
is cordially invited to attend these
The Bed-rock of Success
lies in a keen, clear brain, backed by
Indomitable will and resistless energy.
Sucl; power comes from the splendid
health that Dr. King's New Life fills
Impart. They vitalize every organ
and build up brain and body. .'. A.
Harmon. Llzemore, \V. V'tti, writes:
"They are the best pills i have ever
tsed." -Sc. at Lauretta Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug c.
? What did father say when you
asked him for me?"
? He didn't say anything. He foil I
on my neck and wept."?"'id-Bits.
More than nine out of every ten cases
of rheumatism are simply rheuma
tism of the muscles, title to cold or
damp, or chronic rheumatism. In
such eases no internal treatment is
required. The free application of
Chamberlain's Liniment is all that is
needed, and i: is certain to give quick
relief. Give it a trial and see for
yourself how quickly it relieves the
pain and soreness. The medicines
usually given internally for rheuma
tism are poisonous or very strong
medicines. They are worse than
useless in cases of chronic and mus
cular rheumatism. For sale by the
Laurens Drug t*o.
The smallest coin in use Is coined
!>y the Portuguese government; it is
worth 3*100 of a cent.
\ licnlim* Salve '.''>r Burns. Chapped
Hands attil Sore Nippies.
sores, sore nipples atid chapped
iiauds Chair.b' rlain's SalvO is moat
!>Urn almost instantly, ami unless the
injury is very severe, heals the parts
ivlthout leaving a scar. Price.
???nts. For sale by i.. :: :..- Drug
Five hundred American Sunday pa
Ho no) Feines in iP.tnchos
0 a. a. Chiaholtn. of Trendwell, N.
V.. jiow. Ills reason is well worth
reading: "For a lohfe tlhie I biitt'ered
i'i'oin indigestion, torpid liver, coo
itlpntinit, nervousness* and general
iebillty/' writes. -i could not
sleep, had no appetite, nor ambition,
ttid grew weaker every day In
spite of all medical treatment. Then
1 used Electric Bitters. Twelve bot
tles restored all my old-time health
und vigor. Now ! can attend to bus
iness every day. It's a wonderful
medicine." Infallible for Stomach,
Fiver. Kidneys. Blood and Nerves,
ale at LaUreils Drug Co. and Palmetto
At the present rate of increase the
population of this country in 101 il
will be 100.000.000.
Mr. 1.. ;i. Farn hum. a prominent
druggist of Spirit Lake. Iowa, says:
"Chamberlain's Stomach hud Fiver
Tnbleta ar- certainly the best thing
on tin- market for constipation."
(live the?i table' - a trial You are
certain to llttd them agreeable and
pleasant ii) effect. Price. cents.
Samples free. l or sab- by Laurens
SohiO i that it diet
of gout's mill: :. ah. . i :..> immune
fr.ua t itberi itlosls.
It's 11 Top Neli !; Peer.
Creai deeds compel regard. The
world crbwns its doers. That's why
the American people nave crowned
Dr. Ring's New Discovery the King
of Throat and Fun:; remedies. ???
Kvery atom Is a health force. It
kills germs, and colds and la grippe
vanish. it heals cough-racked mem
branes, an 1 COUghillg stuns. Sore.
Inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs
are cured and hemorrhages cease.
Dr. Geo, Moore. Black Jack. N c.
writes: "|| cured me of lung irou
blo. pronounced hopeless by all doc
tors." 50c, $F0o. Trial bottle tie".
Guaranteed by (.aureus Drug Co. ami
Palmetto Drug Co.
The gifts of John !?. Rockefeller to
the Chicago ttnlvor Ity now total over
Me t Trciitnicnl for ( olds.
"Mo-~: ordinary colds win yield to
the simplest treatment." says the Chi
cago Tribune, "meliorative laxatives,
hot foot baths, a free perspiration,
ami i:c. avoidance of oxposuro to cold
and wet after treatment." While
this treatment Is simple, it requires
adopting ? must remain in doors for
n day or two, <>,? a fresh cold is almost
sure to (),. coat rai ted, and in many
instances pneumonia follows. Is it
not better to pin your faith to an old
reliable preparation like Chamber
Iain's Cough lleniody. that is famous
fO'l Its cures of colds and can always
be depended upon? For sale by the
Laurens Drug Co.
About !)6 per cent of the world's
coal is derived from north of the
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Motheri who v/ilno thotf own comfort unit t'.io
wrlfaro of thtilr children, bIiohIiI DOVor bO Without ?
bos of Mother Qny't Bwoot Powders for Children.!
for.!.!???...? ii.i* ..ii. They Brenk upColds,
('uro PeterfshnoeSi ConstipAtlon, Toothing Dis
orders, ltf?dache end Stomach Troublos, TlfBSB
POWDKKS NBVKH KAll. Bold ?>ynil Draggtorca,
'inc. Don't ttectpt any ntotttlntf, A trial pu'iax^u
will bo sent fit KB to any mother who will address
Allen 8. OlaisUil, Lc Koy, N. Y.
Hot and cold weather have no effect on
INTEREST. It works In the summer just 05
hard as in winter.
Put INTEREST to work for yon by de
positing your surplus funds with this bank.
There are several plans by which we will
allow you a reasonable rate of interest on your
It" you have any idle funds, call at the cashier's
desk and talk it over with hint, Von will be
The Bank for Your Savings.
A Modern Home!
Hot and Cold Water easily installed
in town or country, it makes the
home healthful and attractive. A
house so equipped rents bettor, sells
better, in fact it makes life worth liv
ing. 1 his is especially true \i your
work is done in a sanitary manner,
using Sanitary fixtures. This is our
We have a full line of the very
best Seeds?Seeds that we can re
commend to our customers. We
I have them in papers and in bulk.
Let us fill your seed orders.
Palmetto Drug Co.
M ??liMM?lliiiMllll?WHyitfiiPIM' IMIi'l' NlBBLSWMUBBIMLWUXg^
I take this opportunity to notify the public, that I
have associated with me in the Electrical business, Mr.
S. N. Buchanan, in the Plumbing business, Mr, Albert
Simpson, We are now ready to submit estimate for any
work you may have in cither the ELECTRIC AI* OR
PLUMBING LINE. We gaurantee the highest crude
/i\ of work at a cost consistent with good work
ship. We keep on hand at all times a full line of
/ft Electric Supplies, Lamps, fixtures, Switches and Wire
J. H. Boyd & Co
AS Phone No. 240,
Laurens, S. c.