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give the most valuable ingre^
Sffi^S^? client, the active principle, to
Insures wholesome and
deiicfious food for every
day in every lnoime
ITEMS OF INTEREST
IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Culled and Condensed for
RESUME OF PAST WEEK
t ? < iii Kreuts of interest in This
Stole Selected and liricflj Noted
I or Vdvciilscr Itenders.
exiugton,- At Hie opening <>i' ill"
? i ?? of common pleas last Monday,
I ? rase of l.i/./.ie Oickerson againsl
i ?. C, N. & Ii. Kail way Co., was en
I\ s. DieUerson is seeking damages
in :he sum of $10,00(1 for alleged per
s ,?; l injiirits received while ihe plulu
tif! was alighting I'roin a passenger
i . T at I.aureus on the evening of
:)" ember I I, IllOt?. The pluntllY iilleg
? - at (ho company dal no! have a
I . er end chnin uti Ihe rear end of
?nr. and while she was standing
. ? l\e rear platrorin, the train gave
? dden Jerk, throwing her lo (he
Mind with such force as t<> cripple
!. ? for life.
" ?e defendant asserts that all neces
guard rails and chains were on
: ? car, and that it was in perfect
i The defendant provod by Con
or Roper that neither DieUerson
i it his wife was on the train on the
I.. in Question. The plaintiff sought
I ? now In rebuttal that Roper was not
harge of the train on the lllh of
einher, l?OC, that the train war. in
-I- of the late ('alien Blair, who
v.;.- lulled a few years aK<> by Iiis
!) eon wood Mrs. Mary T. Out/., the
? ? worthy grand matron of the Order
>. lie Kaslern Star in South Carolina,
in Chester hospital last evening,
body will be carried to .Marshall.
'I ..s. her former home for burial.
Sht was universally beloved and es
? ? r, ed here. Her husband. Mr. I). A.
C ;>ntZ was in Chester with her.
Columbia,?Two iltdo girls were
h'CU'.glU here Wednesday morning and
i ? ?-d over to their mother. They
vr. the children of Mrs. I!. K Till
i f.i Jr.. who was awarded their cus
|< by the supreme court yesterday,
children were accompanied by
V ? S. S. Tillmnh, and were turned
<. to young Mrs. Tillmnu's, legal
r- ]f- esentatlves, these being Mr. Alva
' iss. of Mrs. Tillman's counsel,
I >r. V. \V. I*. Ruller, her cousin, a;
v ?? home in this city she Is staying.
T! ?? were no formalities to e.,?
' r.lgli with beyond the actual trans
: if custody, ami Mr. Del'uss and
. Rutler hastened with the children
? ?. Roller's home. No. 1,310 Senate
? t. where the young mother await
loin with tin- natural eagerness
torn "I" separation from hot' babies
since November 27 last.
Washington.?Tho people of Mauldln
uro asking for a It. P. I), route and
Representative Johnson is trying t<>
gel It. It is ;sn Interes lug fuel that
Mr. Johnson's district is ono of the
very first in t'.?' country in mail de
livery facilities. Spurtunburg county |
ins about forty-live nnd Greenville
i iiii ly-< Ighl routes.
Mrs. Johnson lias arrived horo and!
will in with Mr. Johnson until the ses
sion Is over. They are keeping house.
The lt. I'. I), carriers nut at Spurt
anhurg on the 22nd and have Invited
Mr. Johnson lo address them.
Columbia, The standing couunittet s
for the 12nd annual fair of the State
Agrioult urnl and Mecnanical society j
were appointed b> John (I. Mnbley, I
president, last night. They arc us fol
I luniK e \l. r. Ilamer, Ir,, chair-,
man: A. (Itilgnard, .1. a. Hanks, I
Richuurd I. Manning, I). A. Spivoy,
.lohn I), h'rost.
Knlr Grounds and lluildings T. .1.
Kinard, chairman; W. l>. Kvnns, T.
I.. Rulow, J. I). W. Watts. (!. A, duig
I'reniluni Ida! J. Di NV. Watts,
chhirmnii; T. I.. Rulow, s. J. Summers,
: \\. I?. Kvnns. T. .1. Klnnrd.
Legislative I.. 1. Drowning, chalr
iinau; it. \'. Ilamer. I). A. Splvey, s. .1.
Summers, .1. A. Hanks, u. I. Manning.
J Races ICugeue ('. McGregor, chair
man; Tom <'. Ilamer, Paul V. Moore,
J. Ii. Ilenegan. J. a. Hanks.
Railroad l>. I'. Duncan, cluiirmnn;
' H. Harris, O. M. Watson, J. 'I*. A.
Hallow, T. J. Moore, .1. N. Klrvin.
ICntertalnmonl U. II. Hoykin, chair
man; R. a. Love. W. c Illnson, .1.
T. a. Railew, 1.. .1. Ilrowning, T. J.
Organization and Work T. .1. Moore
chairman; a. T. Smythe, J. H. Hum
bort, II. Harris, .1. N. Klrvin, J, N.
if troubled with Indigestion, consti
, potion, no appetite or feel bilious, give
I Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets a trial and you will lie pleased
with tli" result. These tablets IllVig
! orate the stomach and liver and
strengthen the digestion. Sold by
Laurcus Drug Co.
We vvuni you to look through our
line of Mnntels. wo are showing n
beautiful line, at factory prices.
S. M. & 13. H. Wilkes & Co.
I io von wnnl to borrow money? You
can gel it rrom tin- Merchants Rulid
mil Loan Association on easy
Hurried Smuluj Vflernoon.
Miss Margaret Winnie Stone and
j Mr. Guy Kllodys were married at
the I'.ome of Hie bride's mother in
Laurent county, Sunday, Feb. 20th. ai
:'. o'clock in Hie afternoon. Rev. SV,
II. flammet! was Hie officiating clergy
[ WARREST TOPPAK?, Lynn,Mass. I
[?' ^^^^^\t^a>^ Cured of severe compound [j
\ cold and cough by !,j
? ] ^] W/V iiFrorn Dec. 20, '08, to March I, '09,
3 'i / \ i\'> '/ 1 had three bad colds, one on top of the |
<?a v' / other. I got so weak I could hardly PJ
ffii ^et nrount'! Nothing seemed to help I
,5>?j?p^^l^?l?W <^"U me until I began to take Vlnol. I lie I
.(iSitW' change was magic. Three bottles com- I
^? ?Pm^^ pletely fixed that compound cold and
t^fflRraS^fe t^?aStmf?ff- stopped the terrible cough and what
Wfiw?^^c ^/^^W^ surprises me most, at the same time
TP<M \/""^^ " cured me of asevere stomach trouble
that has bothered me for 20 years.
Vlnol Is certainly a wonderful medicine."
Mr.Toppan is one of Lynn's most prominent and highly respected
merchants, whose word is as good as his bond.
If The reason Vinol is so successful in such cases is because it
ffi contains the two most world-famed tonics?the medicinal, strength
fi ening, body-building elements of Cod Liver Oil and Tonic Iron.
Vour Money Back II You Are Not Satisfied.
THE LAURENS DRUG CO., Laurens.
iL a?i in in iiwi i mm ii win mm iiwimiiii?hiii i mum ? urn m iiii iiiiiiiwumii m.?
LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Ms. .1. ('. Uoyd has returned From j
a visit id her sisters in Chester and.
Mrs. W. ('. Taylor has returned to
her home :it Watts mill nfter n sue
cess lit I t)|ioriithm In the hospital ;it I
Mr. O. \l. 11 tin nah ol" Cross lli'l was'
in low n Wednesday.
Messrs W. A, Rnldwln ami William.
Stone kvere i'i she cliy Wednesday j
from the Rahna Ci eid< s id ion. j
Mr. ?'. M. Pitts of Clinton Was in i!.< 1
cit> Thursday, j
Prof. II. L. Jones. :i Now... rvy-Lam 5
rons mid Prof. r\irkJnson rann .
down in ..: Laurens hear the Lyric
(Moo ( !ul> Wcdiicudio night. Th ?y were
wtflcohte klsllors. i Parkinson i. j
?i new mini, 'ai Prof. Jones is alwnyVj
;;i home with a "mighty glad to .
yo ?" I amlsbake at ti'<- warm hands;
of Pis many friends. Newberry Her.,
uId and News,
.Mis. Thomas Kay lias returned from
Cluirlolle where slie has boon visiting
Mis. John Simpson.
Mrs. .1. o. C, Klcmiug lias returned
from I mi1 West where she has liooil
visiting her motlier w ho has been ill
hm is improving,
Mr. It. K. Klein in? paid a short liusl
ness tri;? to Spurtaiihurg last week.
('apt. .lohn Keneriy of Cokosbuiy
after a hrlef \ isii to Mr. O. W. IJahh f<l
this city returned to his home on Moi-r
j day. ("apt. Konnorly was in the wn
I between the states serving in lliiiup)
I ion's legion. i
I Mr. Tucker Hughes, falher of Dr*
j R. I'.. Hughes of this city, is here fron
Richmond on a brief visit to In
Hughes and family, having nocom
pained Hie latter home from Richmond
ai H e conclusion of the medical so
Cnpt, J. Adner Smyth. Jr. returned
I Saturday afternoon from a business
trip lo New York.
Took all His Money.
Often all a man ?'.uns goes to doc
tors or for medicines, to cure a stom
ach, liver or kidney trouble thai l)r,
Kind's New Life Kills would ipiickly
cure ;it slight cost. Rest for Dyspcp
sia. indigestion, Biliousness. Constipa
tion, Jaundice, Malaria and Debility.
2">c ;it Laurens Drug ('<?. ami Palmetto
Others are taking advantage of these
chair bargains we are offering, why!
ri. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co
Dr. I. Rhayor returned Monday morn
ing from Washington, to which place
he Went tor a brief stay aftor the ad
jouriunonl <>t' the Trl-So ve Medical
society in Richmond.
\\ on'l N re I a Crutch,
When editor .1. K. Sossimin, of Cor
nelius. X C. bruised ids lei- badly, it
stajied iin ugly s<.re. Many salvos
ami ointments proved worthless, I'hoi
Ruoklen's Arnica Salve healed ii
thoroughly, Nothing i-> so prompt am!
sure tor i'leers, Rolls. Kurns, Rrujses,
Cuts. Coins. Sores. Pimples. Kezenui
or Kih s. 2*>c tit Laurens Drug Co; and
Palmelto 1 >rug ('?>.
\ Reha *iiiu l arcc.
(lee Will/., what's thai!
Traveling blind llgors operatic.;? inj
j Solu!: Carolina's dry territory'.'
I An Invasion of our ; iigainst Its
j peace and il r ii y by let.!.:.- ol
I strom; drink?
Ami whence come tin-" in iso remits?
In what plnco of unrighteousness have
they a dwelling? Where is the bnso
of supplies of these violators of Splitll
Carolina's laws against whiskey sell
ing? Three InciuiricH ate nnswored
With one single word: "Allgustn " Ves.
dry Augusts, in the "state-wide'- pro
hibition slate of Ooorgla, sends forth
blind tigers to travel in local-option
It is worthy of record that pafety
may mark I he Illegal sale of w hiskey
in Augusta, where the prohibition is
nominal ami without the Indorsement
of the people ol' Au^wpta: an?! that the
illicit dealer was watched ami Cntlghl
in Laurens. South Carolina, which
under the privilege of local option.
Voted ngnlnnl the sab- of whiskey. Just
another illustration showing the prime
Importance of local sentiment to sus
tain a law end prevent a miserable
I debasing farce. ?The State,
DEATH OF A YOVNO MAN.
Eugene Brown, Son of Mr. T. B. Browu
Succumbs to Pneumonia.
After an illness of nine .lays. David "
Bugeno Brown, the 19-year old son \
Of Mr and Mrs. Thos. B. Brown, died J
of pneumonia Thursday morning. Fob- . ?
ruary it. at the home of his parents a i j
fOW mil' s south of the clt> , m
At three o\ lock Friday afternoon the
funeral and burial services were held ?
at New Prospeel church of which the (
deceased was a member, the exercises ?
beln? led by the Rev. Joe A. Marlin. I;
pastor, assisted by Revs. I?), C. Watson,
w. K. Thayer and NV. D. llammett. The
following young men acted as pall
bearers: ('barb- TemplctOU, Thaddens
Moore. Furmnu Brown. ?',us Ramngo
Davenport Mllnm. George Brown. The 11
funeral was attended by a large con.K
eoniw,. v.j.-.-jvvv.v .XiYwiurt.* ' fiigilt with
f.I Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Babh.
; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wasson of
i Friendship spent Sunday afternoon
, i with her brother. Mr. Markus Owens.
Miss AUIe Babb after Bpendlng sov
, ' oral weeks in Laurens visiting friends
I and relatives returned to her home
j last Thursday.
Mrs. Ina Clardy Green Dead.
News of the death Sunday morning
in Anderson of Mrs. Ina Clardy Green
wife of Mr. W. P. C.reen. was received
In Laurens Monday. Mrs. Oroen was
a daughter of the lato J. Stacy Clardy
of this county and was married about
ten years ago to Mr. c.reen. formerly
Of Toccon, da. She was about 30
years of age and is survived by several
Children. Two brothers, Messrs G.
\V. and \V. P. Clardy of the county are
among her surviving relatives.
Mr. Fred Greene Married.
A simple but Impressive woddlng
ceremony occurred this morning at
the Baptist parsonage when Fred
Greene Of L aureus and Miss Maud
Young were married by Rev. L. m.
Roper. The marriage was witnessed
by a fow intimate friends. The bride
is a cousin of J. V. Goodlel of this
city and is a graduate of Lander col
', lege. The groom was once connected
with Rready's Bakery several years
ago but for the past year was mana
ger of a bakery at Laurons.
Mr. and Mrs. Crecn bit at noon
today for New Orleans and Dallas.
Texas. Spartanburg Journal.
Mr. Fdwln Lucas spent Sunday with
bis mother. Mrs. W. R. Lucas, return
in;; to Wofford college on Monday.
Now is the time to buy'
? OF 1
3**0**0**0** OO **0**0**0**0
Plumbing =? g
is Important *
I but perhaps kitchen sanitation is most important 3
i? of all, for foul odors may spoil, oven make clan- vjj|
I gerous, most articles of food. Beware of the de- <y
vj fective or leaking kitchen sink! Perhaps we'd bet
r ter have a look at all the pipes in your kitchen V
? forthwith. 3j
5 II. BOYD iV. COMPANY ?
Electrical and Plumbing Contractors
I Announcement ?
1 wish tu announce t<> the public tli.it inv store will
be ?i?eii and 1 will Ik- reudv to im? : the trade
?Thursday of This Week, S
February 24th, 1<)10.
While hin stock is not complete, my moods will he ^
coining i'i ri^ht ah>u<? and I hope to have most of ihein in
hy ihn lust <it March.
I cordially invite you in conic in and see us. We H
have secured Missis llessie Moore and Nellie Wham as ^
sales-ladies, who couliullv inv ite all thcii friends u> call
ft and sec tin in.
I L. A. Sparks, |
V The Ladies Store,
^ 112 West Alain Street, ^
> Laurens, - South Carolina. S
? Millinery & Ladies Furnishings
V** VVVVVVVV vvw v^vw^vv^
i New Tin Shop!
H ...Everything1 New and Up-to-date... O
Jf Latest improved Tools and Machines
^ Cor doing all kinds of Mice! Metal Work. Wo do all kinds of Roofing?
Tin, Slate, Gravel and Metal Shingle.
We also do*
X Guttering, Spouting, Ventilating, Blowpipe Work.
# WE MAKE ^
Cornice, Sky Lights, Ventilators, Steel Tanks, Smoke Staci<s, ano
any kind of Tinware such as Milk Cans. Milk Buckets, Strainers, >y
Funnels, Well Buckets for Bored Wells, Cake Pans, Cake Steam- ^
(Ts, or anything mad*' of Tin or Sheet Metal. Jf
Tinware, Shed Tin, Valley Tin, Ridge Roll, Metal Shingles and
X Gray Block,
Sullivan Street, ^
LAURENS, S. C. $