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HERE IS THE PROOF
That the best body-building
and strengthening tonic for
"My 9 year old daughter v/an | " My two children, who were puny
?'?Ii, pult-, nud had no appetite, t | end ailing, rapidly gained flesh and
gavrt her Vinol, ntiC. rhu began o strength when I begun lo give th<'.\i-.
thrive at once. Siic 'jained rapid!? Vii.ot. ! proved that Vlnol ia a kplon
in woight, color and strength." ' d'.d tonic for delicate children."' ---
Mro.W. H. CILMORE, Durand, Mic':. , Mi.:. C. ALLEN, Nev/ Bedford, M;i83.
Vinol builds up healthy flc ;h and makes thin little limbj round
and plump. Children love lo take it.
We return peoplc'r. money without question It VJnoJ
iocs not taecomplluli aSl we claim tor it. Try It. please*
THE LAUREN'S DRUG CO., Laurens.
LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO LAURENS
COUNTY CONFEDERATE MONUMENT EUNO
Daughters of the Confederacy Will Erect Memorial
September the First---The Advertiser Will Re
ceive Contributions- List of Subscriptions.
il pledged lo 11 ? ?
hiding ihe nnnu
' amounts, paid
of the children
o collected the "miles of pennies":
71. Kershnw Chapter. 18.15
X. Brown. Anderson
D. Watts, Denver
IL lludgens .
B. Korshaw Chapter .
J. Pluss .
Miss Genu Byrd (collected) .. 10.00
A. Bailey *.10.00
s J. Craig.10.00
? K. Alken.10.00
K. P. Minier.10.00
W 13. Lucas.10.00
L, A. McCord.io.no
<iwings & Owings. io.oo
Mrs. B. W. Ball.$5.00
\. N. Bramletl. 1.00
?>? ?. s. L. N. Boyd. 5.00
Miss Bettle Watts. 5.no
V. L. Nash. Ii.00
s. P. Babb. 2.00
I. F. Toi her t. 1 .00
T. D. Lake. 2.00
P. B. Bailey. 1 oo
W B. Sloan. 5.00
V.-s Claudia Copeland. Norfolk 5.00
A. M. Ramage.50
O P. Goodwin. 1 .oo
W, G. Boss. 5.00
K. G. Franks. 2.50
T\os. Brown. t .00
\Y P. Brown. 1 .00
Berkett Davenport. i.oo
C. A. Pulley. 1.00
T. R. Blakely.-r,o
a Shaver. 1.00
N. Cuningham. 5.00
.. H. Kennedy. 2.50
.'. A. Austin. - 00
las. Clardy. ? oo
C. W. Taylor. 1 .00
J. A. Taylor. 1 00
w. L. Gray. 5.00
.1. M. Hunter . . ?. 1 00
A. M. Knight. 1 00
W. F. Bailey.50
L. Z. Wilson. I 00
.1. W. Dunklin.2.50
3. Pennett. 2.50
D. Langston. 1 ?00
J. Ii. Park, Greenwood.
C. T. Murphy.
Ilarksdale & Franks.
T. I. Swygert.
T. .1. Weathers.
W. T. Senn.
W. W.Jones .
.1. Ii. Mlnter.
Mrs. K A. Knslerby.
Mrs. IJdgar ?arksdale.
Mrs. Balph Terry.
Mrs. H. C. Watson.
Mrs. Mary M?wen.
Mrs. llattie Switzer.
Mrs. ("has. Bishop.
.1. S. Machen.
.lohn S. Dial.
L. B. Bnbb.
L. c. ?rmst rong.
Ii. A. Armstrong.
W. K. Woods.
W. s. Adnir.
II. B. Mahon.
Miss 101hei Armstrong.
w. M. Abercrombic.
R. W. Nash.
i J. T. Campbell.
D. lt. Brooks.
I T. Abercromble.
A. II. McCain.
Miss Fannie Brownlee.
Miss Pearl Blakely (collected l .
J. A. Fowler.
W. P. lludgens.
.7. T. A. Bnllew.
C. c. Feathei*8tone.
W. Lau ford.
M. lludgens .
W. T. Hlakelv.
L. B. Blakely.
W. J. Fleming.
R. II. Fleming.
W. A. McClintock.
M. M. Poole.
T. P. Poole.
R. C. Poole.
Mrs. T. P. Poole.
W. M. Myers.
T. A. McCarley.
G. T. Ilollls.
IL F. Ferguson.
John Cannon .
i . OH
Buy a Farm Now!
In the fall of the year is the time the to buy a nice
farm, you will soon have to plan for next years work, so
come let us show what we have listed.
We have recently had some exceptional nice farms
listed for sale ranging from 21 to 200 acres. Trices from
$15.00 on up. We have farms all over the county well
located as to Neighborhood, Churches and Schools and
we can please from our list.
Laurens Trust Co.
C. A. Power, Mgr. Real Estate Department.
E. C. Rowland.25
B. P. Godfrey.25
Mrs. S. E. Hums.50
J. I). Mills. 2.50
Mrs. Lidle F. Smith.25
(). L. Hunter. 1 .00
M. II. Hunter. 1.00
1). R. Simpson.50
Miss Janle Nabors.25
Miss Helle Cralg. 1 .00
Miss Lizzie Cralg. 1.00
Mrs. Jnnie Cralg. 2.00
s. F. Ulnkely.50
E. T. Ulnkely.50
N. A. Wallace.25
H. A. Mills.50
Mis- Julia Henderson. Salisbury 5.00
Miss Ella Hell Copeland (eol'tdl ! .' "
.Miss Blizn Hall Copeland (eol'td) 1.00
Miss Nannie Shnpsoh, Kinards.. 1.C0
Miss W..C. Duncan .(collected).. 2.00
Miss Quuy Rice (collected) .. 1 -r-0
Mrs. i. s. McSwaln (coiled d) 1,(50
Miss Madge Harris (collected) 5.11,1
Miss Bes?io Smith (collected) .. 2.00
Miss s. V. Culbertsoii (coll'd) . . . 10
Jur: . ! 1
Mrs. W. A. Clarke. 1 .00
Mrs. L. C. GoUChe. 2.50
Mr. Campbell. 1.00
Miss L? aa Elllotl. I ?""
R. E. Copeland. 1.00
w. E. Clardy. i .00
C. K. Ray. 1.00
Moseley ?*i Roland. 2.00
.1. C. Shell. 1.00
H. L. Kennedy. i .00
j C. B. Hobo. 5.00
T. H. Nelson. I .00
J. 11. Traynhain. 5.00
Mist Madge Harris. 5.00
\V. S. Montgomery. 5.00
' W. J. Cop: land. 5.00
> Alplut Holt.5u
Lucia Feathorstono. 1.28
' Henry Mar! in.50
I Henry Helmet.50
; Marie Philpol. i ??' i
Laura Emll.V Dial.20
Rebel oa Lake.Hi
1 Martha Harksdale.*-'?"'
, Julius Sltgreavcs.Is
Thornwell I )unlap.1 s
I Gallic Sullivan.I"
I Clarke Cray.15
? George Albright.10
j Clarke Roper.OS
. Boyd Hay Lawson.10
I Mary A. Heden.HI
; James A. Hoyd.10
j Mary Roper.10
Emmie Lou Washington.Hj
.1. L. L?ngsten.16
Beaufort Hall Copeland.51
Jink Wilson Claary.87
Sam Jones Williams.10
! J. Washington Watts.70
Alice Ca net t.15
Ma I tie Kate Owings.40
George Mab on.15
j Mary Sullivan.25
Claudia Irby Darlington.20
Lucy Vance Darlington.20
Sara Eliza Swygert.:!7
Rosa Hell McGownn.
i George Moore. .16
. Grady Nesbitt.16
Pauline Prentlss. 1.52
? Margaret Dunlap.16
Lorraine <iooch. .S7
Orn Dell Hunter. I
Annie Blnkoly. 1.52
John < Ihild ress.12
T. Craig Hunter.10
Laura H< n.iamiu.10
Leorn l hinter.18
Heal rice Habl).Hi
Margaret Ethel.vn Peterson.it*>
, .1. M. Phil pot. 2.00
W. II. Washington. 2.00
R. K. Dowel 1. 1.00
J. B. Brooks. 5.00
M. L. Roper. 2.00
W. C. I?. Robertson. 2.00
W. 11. Anderson. 2.00
D. A.Davis. 5.00
J. W. Todd.15.00
H. H. Kennedy. 5.00
L. b. Blackwell. :loo
S. M. Wllkes. 15.00
W. D. Ferguson. 5.00
.1. I). Watts. 25.00
M. L. Copeland. 25.00
T. J. Duckett . 25.00
R. A. Cooper. 10.00
Jno. F. Bolt. 10.00
C. A. Power. 5.00
.1. W. Fowler. 5.00
S. 1). Childless. 2.50
J. II. Tongue. 2.60
J. N. Richardson. I .<><>
I J. L. Wasson. 1.00
I C. M. Babb. 2.60
Claud nnbb. 1.00
A. C. Todd. 2.?O
Mrs. W. D. Graham.;>o
J. \V. Thompson. 2.60
.!. H. Wharton. n.oo
Thus. Kay. G.00
The boohs of the County Treasurer
will be open for the collection of State,
County and Commutation Road Taxes
for Oscnl year, I009, at the Treasurer's
ulllcc from October 1Mb (.? December
?list, lljU.b After December ".Ist. one
per < ci\t will bo added. After .Innti
ary ".1st. tuo per cent. Hill !>?> added,
ami after lYbrunrj 28th, seven per
rent, will bo lidded till lite loth (111) of
March, 1010, when the books will be
All persons owning property in more
than oilc tow n: hip ilj'o renne, ted to
call for receipts in each of the several
townships in Which the property is bl
eated. This is important, as addition
al cost and penalty may he attached.
All able-bodied male citizens be
tween the ages of ill and 00 years of
i ge are liable to pay a poll tax of $1.00,
except old soldiers, who are exempt
at titty years of age. Commutation
Road Tax $1.00 in lieu of road duty.
Road Tax to he paid hy the 1st day
of March. 1010. Other taxes to he
paio at the time stated nbovo.
Prompt attention will he given those
who wish to pay their taxes through
the mail hy check, money-order, etc.
Persons sending in lists of names
to he taken off are requested to send
them early, and rive the township of
each, as (ho treasurer is very busy
during the mouth of December.
The tax lew is as follows:
Stale Tax . G?/, Mills
Ordinary County Tax .... " 1, Mills
Special Railroad Tax _ I Mills
Road Tax . ". Mills
Constitutional School Tax. :'. Mills
Total . lt>% Mills
Laureus No. II . G Mills
Trinity Ridge No. 1 . I Mills
Maddens No. 2 . " Mills
Narnie No. .5 . 2 Mills
Ualley's No. 1 . 2 Mills
Mills No. f, . 2 Mills
Oak Grove No. 6 . 2 Mills
Youngs" No. 2 . 2 Mills
Fountain Inn No. 3b .1<> Mills
Lanford No. 10 . 2 ? '. Mills
Ora No. 12 . 2 Mills
Dials Ton lislllp.
Green Pond No. 1 .
Shlloh No. 2 .
Gray Court-Owings No. 5
Rarksdale No. G .
Dials Church No. T .
Princeton No. 1 . 2 Mills
No. 2 . 2 Mills
No. 4 . 4 Mills
No. 5 . 4 Mills
Tumbling Shoals No. G _ 2Vt Mills
Rrewerton No. 7 . .! Mills
Sullivan Township Railroad
Pond . 4 Mills
Waterloo No. 14 . ?, Mills
Mt. Gallagher No. 1 . 3 Mills
Pethlehem No. 2 . 2 Mills
Ekom No. 2. . 2 Mills
No. 4 . 2 Mills
No. f> . 2 Mills
Mt. Pleasant No. G . 2 Mills
Mt. Olive No. 7. 4 Mills
Cross Hill Township.
Cross Hill No. 13 .
Cross Hill No. 1 .
Cross Hill No. 2 .
Cross Hill No. 4 .
Cross Hill No. G .
Cross Hill No. G .
Mount\ ill*- No. IG . 11 Mills
Hunter No. 2 . 2 Mills
Hunter No. 2. . 2 Mills
Clinton No. G . 2. Mills
Scnflletow ii Ton lislllp.
Lanford No 10 . 2'^ Mills
Ora No. 12 . 2 Mills
.1. I). MOCK.
October 1. 1000.
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Real Estate Offerings
20 acres of land, nine room dwelling,
line barn and out buildings, one ten
ant house, ai Orn, s. C. Price $4,000.
52 acres land, bounded by lauds of
.1. U. Armstrong, S. L. Owlngs and
Mancll Owlngs; I-room dwelling, one
tenant house. Price $o0 per acre.
acres of land in the town of Whit
mire. S. ('.. nicely situated, suitable
for dwelling lots. Price, $1,000.
lOO'j ncrea of land bounded by
lands of llryson place, llee llailey,
Damps Holland and others..", room
dwelling. 2 tenant houses; good barn
and out buildings; known as (he old
r'oigu^on place.owtied at present bj
Will II Motte I Ins -own I I bushels
of wheat, 10 bushels of oat-- Price
$27.">u per acre. Terms easy.
S". acres of laud ?lose to lkutlah
Church on the dividing line of (ireea
ville and I.ant ens with an eight room
dwelling, one tenant house, also good
out buildings ami tine pasture. This
place is known as the Thaddens Itabb
homestead; Price $...; i per acre;
terms made easy.
One lot on Mahl street, close to the
Public square; six room, modern
dwelling; water, lights ami sewerage.
A nice homo. Price $5,000.
240 acres of land in Dial's township,
know ii as the ("apt. Swltzcr place; si\
room cottage. 2 tenant houses, line
bai'll and outbuildings. Price $20 acre.
02: i acres laud near Tumbling
Shoals; bounded by lauds of W. I>.
ami .1. CS. Sullivan; S room dwelling;
good outbuildings, Price $22,50 per
"2.1 acres land, bounded by lands of
Daniel South. Davis land. Miss West
and others, known as the f?llen I.ark
homestead, 7 room dwelling and :'. ten
ant houses. Prices made right.
2x-2 acres of land, 6 room cottage
nlcoly located in the town of Gray
Court, with one of tii?> linos! wells of
water in town. Prtco, $2..h)0.
S room dwelling, on Centennial St.,
Clinton, s. <.'.. with 81 hundredths of
:ui mif of land,, known us the Qrlfliu
place. Price, $1,000,
!12." acres land I miles of Cross Hill,
known as the old Campbell place.
Prlco $13 per acre. Easy terms.
100 acres land, one-half mile of Dial
church, with a handsome dwelling. :!
tenanl houses ami good outbuildings,
(Tomb quick if you want this .dace.
I'i ice $.'.(? i er acre.
107 acres, of laud hounded by lands
M. II. Holder. W. 1). Abororomblo, and
others; S room dwelling. :'. tenant
houses, good barn and out buildings.
Price $25.00 per acre. Terms: $1.000
cash, remainder in Ovo equal instal
17". acres known as old Coodgyn
place, has S room dwelling, II tenant
houses, line corn mill in good running
order with 75 horse water power.
I'rlco $1,500. Terms made easy.
I 11 acres bounded by lands of .left
Davis ami Herbert Martin; '.'> good ten
ant houses, and good barn. Price
$50 tier acre.
117 acres of land near Cray Court,
bounded by lands of 10. T. Sh.dl, W.
13. Cray; seven room cottage, lino
barn and outbuildings and line past
ure. Price $00 per acre,
80 acres of land in one mile of the
town of Cray Court, with two dwell
ings. Prleo $lu per acre.
lid acres in Dial township, bounded
by lands of Pink Heliums, l.udy Holt
ud lt. C. Wallace. Price $1,300.
110 acres bounded by lands of Y.
C Heliums and Mitchell Owens, in :'.
miles of Daurcns; 2 dwellings and
out buildings. Price $;',.'i per acre.
7 1 acres on Reedy River, bounded
by lands of .lames Downey. Will Cahl
well and others. With tenant house.
Price. $20 per aero. Terms made
J. N. Leak
Real Estate, Stocks and Bonds. Gray Court, S. C.
Having secured the agency for the
Line of Commercial Fertilizers
We are in position to offer our friends und cus
tomers the eery best goods money will buy.
We will also hare special prices on Nitrate of
Soda. Kuinil and Muriate of Potash.
W. S. Gray
VWV WV W) vw
I If You Cannot Steal Time
to order your coal in person,
semi us word by 'phorien'r pos*
tal. You can rely on g'jUi?g
as good clean, full woighl c<>al
in (hat. way as if you stood
here arid selected every lump,
Have enough for a little while
;. <-t? What of it? A wise
man orders his coal lie.ore ho
runs out, not after. Coal
doesn't spoil like butler.
Also phone us when you need a dray, we will
give you prompt reliable service.
The best brick, lime, cement, plaster and
^ crushed stone at reasonable prices. Now is the
?r time to pave your walks. We will furnish all the
I J, W, & R. M. Eichelberger
y Long Distance Phone,-33.