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W. W. BALL.
Our good friend W. \V. l11 is again
on the start of the Columbia Slate,
und Ihe people of the capital t it>? mid
the euiiiiai city's morning newspaper
ure to be heartily congratulated on
such u distinct acquisition. it is a
rood thing for any town to have W.
W. Hall live in it. ami it is a very for
tunate thing indeed lo any newspaper
for him to be Idnctltled with it.
The Columbia State ami Hilly Rail
arc Inseparable. hilly Becured a ill
VOrce from Tl?0 Statt- ami cast his
fortune win, the No wsand Courier.
The other day he divorced from the
N. and C. ami remarried to The state.
The last union will probably prove
perpetual, as we understand the set
tlement is about the handsomest yel
made by a southern paper Oil a writer.
We extend congratulations to both
parties to the contrite) ami wish them
mighty well, Catinvy Ledger,
The Slate newspaper is certainly
to he congratulated on its acquisition
or Mr. W. W. hall. Mr. hall, some
time editorial writer on the News, ami
Courier, goes to The Stale as man
aging editor, lie will make a good
one. In fact, he will make the bosl
one thai newspaper or any other
could gel in Ihis slate, Mr. Hall
llOl "Col." Hall, lor he repudiated the
tille like Caesar did Ihe crown, when
Cos. Ansel offered ii to him i one
ot the best air round newspaper men
in Hie country. He Ih broad-iniiided
has energy ami ability, and has in
liimsell the necesnry store of pride
in and tor newspaper work ami work
ers thai is so essential to success.
Contact with him makes lor ihe same
sort of teeling in others of the profes
sion. The Index wishes him joy ami
success in his work and congratulates
The Stale on getting him. tSreen
"Of The Plrsl Magnitude*'.
Mr. W. w. hall, probably the best
all round newspaper man In the state
- did you ever see such modest)'?
has moved from Ihe Chat lesion News
und Courier to the Columbia state
He is a star of the Hrst magnitude,
und any paper that secures his ser
vices is to he congratulated -Ander
Any mother who lias had nxperl
ence with this distressing ailment
will be pleased to know that a cure
may be effected by applying Chamber
Iain's SalVO as soon as Ihe child is
done nursing. Wipe it off will! a
soft cloth before allowing the babe lo
nurse. Many trained nurses use
this ?alve with best results For Bale
by the l.aurens Drug Company.
Too Great a Strain.
Physician "What is your profes
Patient I pompously i I 'm a gen
Physician Well, you'll base to tr>
something else: it doesn'l ugreu with
you." The l motor.
\u Ofllec (all.
Teacher: "Tommy, something has
yot lo be done about your behnvioi
I think today alter school I - hall call
und see your rather.''
Tommy: n il cost you f:2 ir you
do. Po|i's. a doctor; office hours, fi
to 7 Puck
If Vau lie ?in Ih $,'?0,01)0 han't Krad
Tliis will not Interest you if you
are worth fifty thousand dollars, but
it you are a man of moderate means
and cannot afford to employ a physi
cian when you base an attack of diar
rhoea, you will be pleased to know
thai one or two doses of Chamber
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy win cure it This remedy
has been in use for many years ami
is thoroughly reliable. Price :'.?> cts
For sale by l.aurens Drug Co.
\ Church Vnilcc
In a little lOWII in Novln Scotia are
two ( bun lies,, situated in the two
divisions <>r the village locally dosln
linted as Hie "North End" and
"South End." Al a Sunday morning
service the officiating clergyman read
the following notice:
"There will he preaching al 1 I o'
clock next Sunday morning in the
Church at North Knd and at I o'clock
In Ihe afternoon at South End, In
ranis win be baptised at both ends."
New Volk Times.
Rich Men's Ultts Are Poor
beside this: "I want lo go on record
us saving that l regard Electric hit
(eis as one of the greatest gifts thai
Cod bus made (o woman." Writes Mis
o. Rhlnevault, of Vestal Center, N v
"I can never forget what It hail d.
for me." This glorious medicine
?flves a woman btioynill BplrllS, vigor
of body ami Jubilant health It
QlllCkly cures nervousness, sleepless
liess. melancholy, headache, backache,
tainting and dl/./v spells; soon builds
up the weak, ailing and sickly. Fry
tbetn. ;>"<-. ai Laurens Drug Co. ami
Palmetto Drug Co,
A health journal has an article on
"HOW lo Lie While Asleep." What
v/e need is. a few pointers on llOW lo
induce people to tell leb truth when
RO-FI) keeps flies off Horses and
Cuttle. 860 und ;"?ue. At all drug
MI. OLIV Ii NEWS NOTES.
Ladies' Society Will Ohe |,e (n-aai
Supper, SuturdM) 2011t.
Mi. oliv.-. June The farmers
me very busy now, since so much
Mr. und Mrs. Osgood Martin and
Miss Kula Mae Knight Vtailed at Mr.
and Mrs. I?. O. Smith's Saturday and
We have n very nourishing Sunday
school at Mt. Olive, with Mr. M. W.
Hill ;is superintendent.
The Ladies' Mission society or Mt.
OHvo church will give an ice cream
supper -it Mt. olive school house on
Saturday before tin- fourth Sunday,
the actli, at p. in. Everybody is
cordially invited to come ami help in
this good work.
Of Interest to Partners and Mechanics.
farmers and mechanics frequently
meet with sticht accidents ami inju
ries which cause them much annoy
ance and loss of time. A cut or
bruise may he cured in about one
third the time usually required by
applying Chamberlain's Liniment as
soon as the injury is received. This
liuiiucul is also valuable tor sprains,
soreness of the muscles and rheuuiu
tie pains. There is no danger of
blood poisoning resulting from an In
jury when Chamberlain's Liniment is
applied before the parts become in
Named and swollen. Kor sale by
I.aureus I H ue, Co.
Itohh) on Doctors.
Doctors, is the men that maiks it
cost ?o lUUCll to he si< k or to die,
when you gll sick then you are in bed
ami thou your funks say Well i guess
we will have to send for the doctor,
bill IIOIIC ot lIlUUl want the doctor to
coine until von have to have him or
die and then you die sometimes any
There is a good many kinds of doc
tors, doctors that charge a good deel
and also some that charge lots more.
I lu-ii there is horse doctors that
doaul charge so much but thay moast
always have better luck with lliare
if i gel to he a mau t think i will
be a doctor, then funks will call me
I >oe ami baud me lliare iniiliny &
that will be better than being one of
the foal; i ami glveillg solne other doc
tor III) lilimuy. Milwaukee Sentinel.
Cliniiibi'i'lala's .Cough .Itemed) the
Itcsl on the Market.
I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Keine,l> and lind il to be the best on
the market,'' says 10. W. Tardy, editor
of The Sentinel, Cainshoro, Teno.
"Dur baby had several colds tin- past
winter and Chamberlain's Cough
Iteiuedy always gave it relief at once
and cured it in a short time. I al
ways recommend ii when opportunity
presents itself." For sale by I.au
reus Di u;', Co.
Keeps If Circulating'*
"Soine scientist says a $lo bill will'
accumulate ,:;,uuu microbes in a
"Thai doesn't worry me. I never
have one of 'ein long enough to 'cu
mulate inore'u a dozen or ho."
Plain Di aler.
Many remarkable suroa of stomach
troubles have been effected bj chain
bei Iain's Stomach ami Liver Tablets
One man who bad -pent over two
thousand dollars for medicine and I
treatment wn: ?und by a lew boxes
Of the: e tablets. I'l ice, 2.1 cents.
Samples free at the I.aureus Drug Co.
"Doctor, what do von think Is the
mat lei with my little In
"Why, it's only a eorrustifled exo
gesis, nntlspnsmodlcnlly emanating
from Hie gernt of the animal refrig
erator, producing a prolific source of
irritability in the pericranial epider
mis of i he mental profundity."
"Alb that's what I told Het y, but
she allowed it was. wurruins." The
I loot or,
Alone in Saw Mill at Midnight
unmindful ol dampness, drafts,
storms or colds, W. .1. Alklns worked
as night watchman at Saliner uprings,
Teim, Such exposure gave him a
severe Cold that settled on his hint's.
AI last be had to five up work, lie
tried many remedies but all failed
till he used Dr. King's New Discovery
Alter Using OlMi bottle." he writes
?| went back lo work as well as
ever." Severe colds, stubborn
coughs, lullamed Hi rout a and bore
lungs, hemorrhages, croup ami
whooping cough gel quick relief and
prompt line from this, glorious med
jcinc .'tie and 11,00. Trial bottle
free, guaranteed by Laurens Drug
Co. Palmetto Drug Co.
In Optical Illusion.
Optician I cannot well you spec
tacles fin- your husband, He must
must come lor I hem In person. What
is the nature of his visual defect?'
Women "A .".cent piece look, big
ger to him than a J'< bank note to
siiinu' fur 1.1 Vears
by indigestion's pane.- trying man)
doctors ami $200,00 worth of medicine
in vain II. F AysCIIO, of lllglesldn,
X. c. at last used Dr King's New
Idle Pills, and Writes thoj wholly
eioed him. They cure constipation,
bllloUSncSS, ~lck headache, stomach,
liver, kidney and bowel troubles
2f?C. at I.aureus Drug Co. ami Pal
mat to Drug Oo,
Perhaps nothing makes a girl so
angry as the though) thai n younn
man thinks she would not resist bu
Iiik kli?. (1
Real Estate Offerings'
122 acres of land, b? lllldcd by lands
nt Manse I Owlngs, K :i Jackson, and
Warrior Crock. Price $20 per acre.
117 acres of land near dray Court,
bounded by lands of K T. Shell, W.
10. Cray; seven room cottage, lino
barn and outbuildings and line pant
are. Price $60 per acre.
2 acres in town of Cray Court;
nice building site. Price $600.00.
200 acres of land near Durbin Creek
church, bounded by lands of W. T.
Parks and Laurens White; :'? tenant
houses. Well timbered, food stale of
cultivation. Price $110.00 per acre.
acres land, bounded by lands of
?I, II. Wells. Thomas Hurl:., and others
with live room dwelling, good out
buildings; neyr Kkom. Price $15 per
One lot al Walls Mills, with seven
room cottage, 200 feet front and Hal
feel deep, with meat marl.ei. Price
Some valuable property in town of
Clinton. Nine business lots on Itroad
street, ranging in price from $500 lo
$1,200 pel lot. TWO lots Mouline oll
MUSgrove street. $11011 each. One
beautiful building lot fronting \lm
grove street, price $2,00U, one lol
with beautiful residence fronting on
MllUgroVC Street, price $11,500, See
me earl) if you wish to purchase, n.C
Is an exceptional opportunity,
150 acres, land, one half mile of Dial
church, with a handsome dwelling, it
tenant houses ami rood outbuildings.
Come ipiick if sou want this place.
Price $50 per acre.
.*.;! acres, of land just outside of Iho
corporate limits of the town of Cray
Court, with one tenant house. Pine
$50 per acre.
Two aero lol in (he town of l!ra>
Court, with V room dwelling, nie. u
located. Price $2,500.
One business lot. 60 feet front, 150
feet deep, in town ol Cray Court.
One lot al Walls Mills. 250 feel front
hy ,n feel deep, I room cottage and
out buildings. Price $i,ouo.
one i,,t at Watts Mill, containing
2 acres. Price $250,
88 acres of land near Rramlctl'M
church, hounded hy lands id V. I*.
Harris ami .Inn. Itiirdctle. Seven
room dwelling, 2 tenant hon e ., pood
burn ami out buildings. Price $20
One I room cottage, with hell and
;! porches, on Carlington avenue.
140 acres of land hounded by
Will Martin and Can ctt land: . ? ??, -n
room dwelling, 2 tenant home' . food
barn and out buildings. Price $25
lid acres hounded by land.: of Y.
c Delimits ami Mitchell Owens, in 3
mile-' oi Laurens; 2 dwellings ami
out buildings. Price $35 per acre
Ii? acres laud near Owluga station
hounded hy laud ol John Jones and
Toni Iiramlol i with dwelling and out
buildings i>i i? 10 $35.00 per aero.
10(1 acres laud near Lauford Stat
ion hounded b) land:, of I?alt fuller
noil, James Palorsou and others with
dwelling and :; Tenant houses Prloo
$35,00 per acre,
da acres <>t land, with dwelling, good
haru and mil buildings, mar Owlugs
I'rlco $3,50u; terms made easy.
ill acres hounded hy lamia of Jett
Davis ami llerherl Mai du; il good ten
am houses, ami rood harm Price
$50 per acre.
acres land noar (lie Incorporated
limits of tlio Town of Fountain Inn
hounded by lands of Kobt. Taylor, T
10. Nelson, Jim Adams and others;
dwellings ami out buildings. Price
$75.00 per acre.
100 acres of land, with live room
dwelling, il loom tenant house, good
out buildings, near Hickory Tavern.
Sulllvail township. I'rlco $15.00 per
f.'.i acres of laud In town of l.anford,
wllh lenaiil lions, at $50.00 per acre.
One lol al l.aurens Mill-., with well
ami :' brick chimneys. Price $350,
v 1 acre, of laud In one mile of the
town of (Ira) Court, with two dwell
lugs. Price $iu per acre.
53 acres of land In town of (!ru\
Court, dwelling and otitbulldlugs
I'l ice $ *.(? per acre.
3IN acres of laud noar Italian ("reek
church, H room dwelling, three tenant
houses. I'i Ice $32.50 per acre.
?. II : i'i of lam) in I luillor tow n
"Ion. holiuded lo laud ol ItufiiH Dull 1
!.i11 Hchccca ('hrisliuu and (ico. Cm\\
lord. :' lour room col I aeon, good oll I ',
bllildilll . Olio l.oltolu land: . well I im '
In-red !MI acres in cultivation. Olli)
$:!ll pi r in i e
i. acres in Dial township, bounded
by l.iad . i.i Pink IP Hams, Lud) Holl
lid It. C. Walla- ... Price $ 1,300.
In:- acres, of laud in (Iroeiivllle conn '
i.v. Iluilor township, bounded l?y lauds
of Mary Snow, ami Taylor and Crelgli
Ion place; known a:- Ihe Thomas Hen
Doll place, on Kiioi'ce river; six room
dwelling, son.I loiltlhl houses and
r.lore building. I'i ice $3,000.00.
11.', acre.', of land Dial's township,
known a:, Ihe old Wham's homestead,
with dwelling and out buildings, Price
$37.50 per tic re.
137 acres land in Sullivan township,
*,i room dwelling, good out buildings, I
tenant house. Price $30 per acre.
1(H) acres of land in Votings tow nship,
II room dwelling, two lenanl houses,
good barn. Pi ice $2.250.
517 acres land 'I miles of l.aurens,
hounded by lands Mrs. HlU'gess, Hob
Hi ow ig J no. Madden and others: li ten
an) houses; 7 horse farm in cultivation.
W ill be ?-nl int., I..I- ol 100 a. a s euch
Price >,:*?* per acre.
J. IN. Leak
Real Estate, Stocks and Ron?Is. Gray Court, S. C.
Is the greatest incentive towards saving money.
When you find your moncv i earning something von
feel more like sa\ ing.
Interest, liken much advertised remedy, "workswhile
Mm sleep. n
Wc pay interest on saving's accounts from % \ up, and
on certificates of deposit foi <> <>i i.: month's time.
Absolute safet}*, liberality and c<.nit< y our watch
Laurens, S. C.
Now is the Time and Sullivans'
Store tlie Place
Sow I Ink now n Peas anil Ca no Seed.
VVe have a lot of Sound Clean I'ukuown Peas, Marly
Orange and Amber Cane Seed. A full stock ??i Molasses and
Syrup in x.. gal.i i gal., 5 gal, and 10 gal, kegs. Counlrv
cured smoked Bacon and Shoulders, A nice liu<-<>t ImosIi
Juicy Hams, llead(|iiarters i<>i i n h Water-ground Corn
Meal. I'irst and second patent iMonr. Corn, Oats and Hay.
Kentuck) VVoudei Polo Means should be planted now. Lim
ited quantity Cotton Seed Meal and Ouatio,
Prices as low as the lowest considering quality.
J. H. Sullivan
Laurens, S. ('.
i Government Bonds |
^ pay the investor from two to three per
?i? cent interest.
A Certificate of Deposit, such as this
ijh bank issues, will pay the depositor live per
T cent interest.
??? A Certificate is easy converted into
J ft is negotiable.
II is the best of collateral.
11 is a sale invesl menl.
It is payable on demand.
Your money is absolutely secure, as
> well as safe.
THE BAN K^L?U RENS
The Bank for Your Savings.
Let Us Sell
We will gel the best price possible
Listen! \\V have prospective buyer? in miiul, soveval
to youi one. Ii is oui business to sell KI % A1. KSTAVK.
Von may sell foi less nut knowing jut how t.? secure it
fti?in the buyer. < >ui romtnissioii will unionnl t< > loss tli.m
ihe difference you would ??< t and tin |ii<< we possibly
could have i? *.11? n.
It will pay * "ii to list y<>iii ptopeiiv with us.
Do you wish to buy Real Estate?
We may have jn-l what you waul, v< i <>ni Ii i of choice
city and county property. I,t-l n show it t>? \<?n then
make selection will make the l< ruis \<> nit yon
Laurens Trust Co.
C.A.Power, Mgr. Real I'slalc Department.
I Sanitary Plumbing |
1> That's the kind we Guarantee XC
7 to do. vt/
y 11 i in .1 t ? i l i? r;ill?d pi iiuihi-i 'thai yj^
y \ Ii<?\\ I o ilu ,i,d In mi i ill y^y
j woi I.. hut that' . !. vi,ii ,vant. <. ' yjy
j and ' .mil.ii . woil; thai i llu I in.I y|/
}/ 'I... We ii ? r,n)\ i In- I,. < in ,i, 11 ,| aiv Vi/
\f will pliuc Hi. i, im. . mi I-. t. We
jjf will not I? t yiiu < Ui i i 11 Inn ill..i i in.i \l/
7 '.aiiitai v. I.' ! 'i 11'? ii11 cm vom iiIuiiiIj. W
7 bill. *
'a All repuii ".i.il ] .i. .in i .t I'. r|i,iii r,i.I I'uaianteed.
.7 See us about lilcctrh Wiring and Pixttires, VJjJ
I J. H. Boycl & Co ?
j/ lOlectrical and Plumbing Contractors. \j/
^ Phone No. 2<1(), Laurens, S. (; ^>
Land and Water!
See tue about selling Unit piopeily ol yours oi about
buying before \<>n btty, (let m\ plan it heyei fuiles when
1 i an gel a bllj? i
1 have a lot of i lioiee ptopi it\ in Clinton I'm sale, write
oi phone me ami see ii I < an interest you,
P. 5- Jeans
CLIN TON, 5. C.
Bell Phone, No. 75
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