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Dr. B. F. Posey's
Dr. Bell's Kidney Pills.
If you have any derange
ment of the kidneys try a
Bunsen's Catarrh Cure
for all catarrhal deafness,
hay fever and colds in the
The above preparations
are among the best of
their kind and fully guar
Fresh lot of garden seed
that will grow.
Dr. B. F. Posey
Lnureus, South Carolina
Resolved that every Body j
should have correct time.
Resolved that every Watch
Clock or piece of Jewelry
brought to nie to be repaired
I will do the best work pos
sible and guarantee it to give
Resolved that every article
bought at my store shall be
the best that your money can
Resolved that lilgin, Wal
thain and Rockford Watches
are reliable time keepers. I
carry a full line of those and
other reliable makes.
Jowolcr and Optician
Next to Gray's Hotel
Laurens, S. C.
SALE GROCERY CO.
J)R. CLIFTON ?TON KS
Office in Simmons Rulldina*
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
Prominent Prosperity (Mer
chant Dies at C linton.
BURIED ON SATURDAY
At Home of Mrs. T. 1>. Copchiiid, Mr.
Moseley Succumbs to Paralysis?
Was Veteran of Late War.
Clinton, Jan. 28.?Mr. H. C. Moseloy
of Prosperity died at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. T. D. Copeland, about
15 o'clock Thursday morning. Ills
death was caused by paralysis and had
not been unexpected, though the fi
nal collapse was a shock.
Mr. and Mrs. Moseley came to visit
their daughter in October and while
here he suffered a severe stroke of
paralysis and for a number of days
was not expected to live. He rallied,
however, hut his condition has been
serious all the time.
A widow and two daughters survive
.Mrs. B. B. White of Suvanah had Just
returned to her home alter a visit to
The funeral was held in Prosperity
Saturday afternoon alter the arrival
of the Columbia, Newberry & I.aureus
\ number of veterans and friends
and relatives from here accompanied
the family to Prosperity. Quite a
number of veterans were among them.
Mr. Moseley was horn November 2tl,
184C. at Prosperity. He was reared in
Prosperity, receiving a common school
education. In January, 1SC2, at 1.".
years of age, he volunteered as a pri
vate in company II. Kolcombe Legion,
and served the lull term of his enlist
ment. 11 months, when he was honor
ably discharged on account of his
youth. Upon his discharge lie return
ed home and attended school. Late
in I*?'.:! he helped to organize a com-I
pnny of 18-yenr-old hoys which be
came company A of Williams' hnttal j
ion. In (his lie served as a second i
lieutenant until the close of the war.'
The company was finally divided, part '
becoming cavalry. He remained in
the infantry division and at the end
the war was in command, though rank
ing as second lieutenant. N<> member
of this company, either ofllccr or pri
vate, was over IS years old.
Since the war Mr. Moseley has de
voted his attention to merchandising,
hanking, farming and railroad busi
ness. He has had as a business part
ner his only brother. William V Mose
ley, slightly younger Hum himself.
Starling business after ill" war with
$1 each they built up a prosperous has- ?
Mr. Moseley was Intendant of Pros
perity for two years and also served
as chairman of the hoard of I rustees of
Prosperity lugh school.
He was married .Inly :',o, |\7:.\ to'
Miss Carry L. Brown of Newberry
(Ol (ilLS AM) COLDS.
Catarrh. Croup and Sore Throat Cured
Breathe llyoniei and relict from ca
tarrh, coughs, sore throat or cold will
come in I wo minutes.
Breathe Hyomol (Hlgh-o-me) and!
that stomach straining hawking in the
morning will quickly disappear.
Breathe llyoniei and kill the catarrh
germs; heal the inflamed membrane,
stop the discharge of mucus and pre
vent erupts from forming in the nose.
Breathe llyoniei for a few minutes
each day arid forever rid yourself of
Breathe llyoniei give it a faithful
trial and then, if you are not satisfied,
you can have your money hack.
llyoniei is sohl by druggists every
where and by The LaUt'CUS Drug Co. A
complete outfit costs but $1.00 and con
sists of a hard rubber Inhaler ih.it will
last lor years, one bottle of llyoniei
and full Instructions for use. H a sec
ond bottle of liquid is needed you can
gi t an extra bottle of llyoniei*inhalant
lor .'in cents.
I IN \h SKTTLKMKNT.
Take notice that on I lie *>fh day of
March, we will rended a final ac
count of my acts and doings as Kx
ecutors of the estate of \V. C, < o\. de
ceased, in the office of the Judge of
Probate of Laurens county, at II o'
clock, a. in., and on the same day will
apply for a fluni discharge from our
trust as Kxeculors.
Any persons indebted tf) said eslale
are notified ami required to make pay
ment on that dale: and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven, or be forever barred.
L, V. Cox.
W. A. Cox.
February. 2, 1910 I 1110.
DIAMOND /5sft^ BRAND
DI AM o N l? 11 it \ N l> I' l I. I.s, for tii( v.fivo
yc.-iifl regarded n9 Dcet,Safest, Ai-.vnys Hi liable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
? EVERYWHERE JBSK
Popul?r Couple of the County Wed at
Mouutvllle on Wednesday.
Mountvllle. .lun. 31.?The most im
portant social event in this place last
week was the marriage of Miss Mary
Elizabeth Jacks to Mr. Shaw Madden.
This happy event took place Wednes
day evening, .Jan. 26th. at the home
of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
('alley .lacks. Rev. <'.. M. Hollingsworth
performing the marriage ceremony.
A huge number of relatives and
friends of the young couple were pres
ent to witness the pleasant event, anil
to participate in the sumptuous supper
Riven in honor of the occasion, .lust
one month ago Miss .lack's sister. Mi:;:;
Bcula was married to Mr. Bee Stone.
The well-wishes of all accompany
these young people in their lives of
Mrs. Maude Hryson. who has been
in ill health for several weeks, was
carried to the hospital at Columbia
Saturday for treatment. She was ac
companied by her husband, Mr. W. R.
Hryson. and the family physician. Dr.
Penke, of Cross Hill. Her friends
here hope for a speedy recovery.
Misses Julia Matthews, Addie ami
Helen Wertz of Prosperity are herej
tor a tew days \i.-iting their grand
father, Mr. Wm. Wertz. ond other rel
Miss Julia Fuller is spending a while
with her sister, Mrs. Lucy Crisp, of
('?rover, X. <\
Mr. Kills Fuller, student in the Pres
byterian college of Clinton, is spend
ing the week-end with home folks.
Mountvllle has another new mer
chantile business opened tip with the;
new year. Mr. S. N. Crisp, who has
for several years been a very efllcient
salesman with Rasor & Puller, has
gone into business for himself. He oc-,
cupies the Wertz More room ujolning
the post office. Mr. Crisp is a V'OUIIg
man of excellent business turn. Kind
and aceomodothig in all bis dealings
and relations, which will win for him
the liberal patronage that be deserves.
Deputy Sheriff a. h Colbert son and
wife were here Sunday visit inn rela
President Helps Orphans.
Hundreds of orphans have been help
ed by the president of the Industrial
ami Orphan's Home at Mucon, da.,
who writes: "We have used Electric
Hitters in this Insttution for nine years
It has proved a most excellent medi
cine for stomach, liver and kidney
troubles. We regard it as one of the
best family medicines on earth." It !
invigorates all vital organs, purities'
the blood, aids digestion creates nppe
tlte. To strengthen and build up pale,
thin, weak children or rundown peo
ple is has no equal. Besl for female
complaints. Only 50o at Laurens Drug
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY.
(Schedule Effective June 20, liiOO.)
N. B.?These schedule figures show
the time that trains may bo expected
pected to arrive and depart but the
times shown arc not guaranteed.
Last and West bound trains from
Spnrtaitburg, s. ('.
7:30 A. M.? No. 30, daily, for Char
lotte. Washington. Richmond, New
York and intermediate points. Ar
rive Charlotte 10:05 A. m. Richmond
0:30 P. M? Washington 10:.".."i P. m..
New York 6:30 A. m.
!t:.">0 A. M.?No. 42, daily except
Sunday, for Charlotte and intermedi
ate points. Arrive Charlotte i-:t.">
1:45 P. m.?No. 12. daily local, for
Richmond and Intermediate points.
Arrive Richmond 7:(?0 a. M,
5:20 P. m.?No. 38, daily, ("New
York-Atlanta-New Orleans Limited")
for Washington, New York and the
East. Arrive Washington 6:50 A. m.,
New York, D00 P. m. Pullman cars,
8:10 P. m.?No. 40. daily, for Char
lotte and intermediate points.
0:00 P. M.?No. 30, daily, for Wash
ington and New York. Pullman cars,
dining cars. Arrive Washington 10:40
A. m.. New York 5:00 P. M.
10:30 a. M.?No. daily, for Asbe
vllle and Intermediate points. Arrive
Ashovillo 2: it) 1'. m.
5:35 P. M.?No. 12. daily, for Ashe
vllle und intermediate points. Arrive
Ashovillo 0:15 P. m. Parlor-cafe car.
West bound trains from Greenville,
i;:.-.0 A. M.?No. 20, daily, for Atlan
ta ai.d Birmingham. Pullman cars,
dining cars. Arrive Atlanta 10:30
A. M., arrive Birmingham 4:00 P. M.
11:3-5 A. M. \'0.3U, dally, for At
lanta and Intermediate points, con
necting at Atlanta lor all point.; west.
Arrive Atlanta 3:55 I'. M.
1:30 P. M. No. 37, dally ("New
York-Atlanta-N< w Orleans Limited"!
for Atlanta and New Orleans. Ar
rive Atlanta 5:00 N. m.. New Orleans
7:.").") I'. m. Pullman sleeping car,
club ear, observation car and dining
2:35 P. M ?No. LL. daily local, for
Atlanta and way stations. Arrive
Atlanta 8:30 P. m.
1:10 A. M.?No. 35, daily, solid
Main to New Orleans with pullman
Cars and dining car. Arrive Atlanta
5:00 a. m., New Orleans 8:30 P. M.
Southbound from Columbia
(',:;).") A. M.?No. 29, dally, for Sa
vannah and Jackconvlllo. Pullman
7 :.",."> A. M.?No. 12. daily, for Char
leston and Intermediate points,
3:50 P. m - No. 14, daily, for Char
leston and way stations.
2:15 a. m. No. IG, daily, for Char
leston. Pullman ear.
Summer excurslou tickets now on
For further Information, call on
ticket agents Southern railway, or
.1. L. Meek.
A. C. P. P. A.. Atlanta, Ca.
C. II. Ackert.
V. P. & c. m . Washington, D. C.
W. K McC.ee.
t. p. a.. Augusta, ('???
We are showing an attractive line of
Dinner and Toilet Sets
We have a great variety of Dinner Sets ready for
your inspection, you wont find any where newer
shapes or better quality than we are showing,
almost any color of decoration that you can call
for, they are in White and Qold or Floral Designs,
also full line.of border decorations. : : :
100 Piece Haviland Dinner Set reg
ular value $37.50, Beautiful Decora
tion with neat Gold Handles, only,
*\ ?? ? ? Vt*
Pure German China 100 piece
Dinner Set, Beautiful Floral Decora
tion, pretty color shade of Green, well
worth $16.00 but if you come before
they are all gone you can get one for
Our line of Toilet Sets are the
best we have ever shown they are in
Tints, Decorations, and White and
Gold, all at reasonable prices, SEE
OUR SPECIAL 10 piece White and
Gold Set a regular $3.50 value
Our Price $2.75
ff S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Wilkes pays the freight on bill of $10.00 and over
The Just as Good as Ours
Is Not as Cheap as Ours
The Just as Cheap as Ours
Is Not as Good as Ours
We have just finished stock
taking and find that we have
more $2.00 American Lady Cor?
sets than we care to have. So in
order to reduce them v. ill offer
them for the Next Ten Days at
for your choice of any style in this
Just a few Coat Suits left and
we are determined not carry them
over. If you want the best bar
gain you have ever seen, come
and let us show you what we will
do for you.
If you want the best Bargain you have ever
seen Come and let us show you what we will
do for you.. New Ginghams, Percals and White
Goods in very attractive prices. Also, New Val
Laces. Our prices are as low as you can find
same goods anywhere. Come and let us show
V Davis-Roper Company
Outfitters for the Whole Family