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The Ladies' Store
L. A. Sparks, 112 West Main St. Laurens, S. C.
Saturday, Nay 21st
And will last till July 1st, 1910
I have a lot of Special Bargains to offer. Come in
and sec what they are.
Special Sale of Ribbons Saturday, May 21st, 1910.
Will sell Ribbons for ic a yard for 20 minutes only. Time
of Sale 10 o'clock till 10:20. Only 10 yards to each cus
A few pieces of Lawn to go Monday, May 23 for 3c.
Regular 6c quality. 10 yards to each customer.
Special Sale of Taffeta Silk Saturday, May 21. $1.50
quality for 75c. $1.25 quality for 69c
Lot of Muslin Underwear to Ik- sold at a sacrifice.
There will he Bargains every day while the Sale'last. Am going
to close out my entire stock of summer goods. Including the Millin
ery. If you want a nice Hat for a reasonable price, come to this Sale,
Remember the time of Sale. May lilst to .Inly 1st. 1910.
L. A. SPARKS
West Main Street - - Laurers, South Carolina
Much Talked About
and Walked About
?Our new Regal Shoes for this
season. No smarter footwear has
ever been seen in this town. And
their trim custom styles are not
their only exclusive feature.
REGAL L JmJ> $400
give you the same perfect fit and comfort as made-to
measure shoes because they are made in quarter-sizes?just
double the number of fittings found in other shoes.
We have a wide variety of styles in these new Regal
models, and can suit your taste perfectly.
Tribble Clothing Company
Now is the time to
- = = Insure Your Crops of - = -
Cotton, Corn, Etc.,
Horses and Mules
Against Death From Any Cause
J. F. TOLBERT|
LAU RENS, S. C.
In New Office in Todd Building, Soutn Harper St.
STAY OF EXECUTION
IN W. T. JONES CASE
UtorHeys for Union Count) Wife Mur
derer Turned Down b) .1 n<Iir?*
Sense Seek Judge Watts.
Spartanburg, May 15.?Judge T. s.
Siasc yesterday morning revoked his
order of May lltb, which was to the
effect that the execution of the son
tence of life imprisonment against \V.
T. Jones, of Union county, convicted
of wife murder, be restrained until a
heat ing could he had hy the court Ol
a petition tor a new trial. The mat
ter now stands just as it was before
Judge Sease issued his order of May
lltb. The order was revoked prin
cipally on the ground that Judge
Sease. as solicitor, had been the pros
ecuting attorney for the state against
Judge Sease yesterday morning
turned his order over to George John
stone and .las. Munro, attorneys for W.
' T. Jones. Messrs .lohnstone and Mun
ro had brought Deputy Clerk Cindy
! Allen of Union county, along with
] them, and as soon as Judge Scare
asked if he should send the order to
the clerk of court of Union county,
some one said. "Here's the deputy
clerk: he will take charge of it."
The deputy ( lerk took the petition ami
placed it in his pocket. Though he
; hail permission, when a reporter ask
ed to allowed to make a copy ol
the paper, he was very discourteously
refused the privilege by Mr. Munro
Shortly after the hearing Jones' at
1 torneys and Hie deputy clerk of Union
county put out across country in an
automobile. It was reported that they
were going to take a near cut to linoth
or Judge, ami wanted to keep the mat
tor as secret as possible as to their
appearance before Judge Sease. in the
hope that another judge might grant
an order to stay sentence.
Unless Jones' attorneys gm another
I judge to issue fill order or some new
motion is made before the supreme
court Monday Jones will have to he
gin at once upon his sentence of life
Judge Watts Signs Order.
Judge Richard C. Watts, on his way
from Greenville to Anderson, spent
Saturday night ami until Sunday in
the city, and while here staled that
he had signed an order at Greenville
Saturday afternoon on the application
of attorneys for Jones temporarily
staving execution of sentence in the
I case of their client.
The issuance of Judge Walts' order
follow, d the revocation of Judge
Souse's order in the forenoon, and has
the effect of allowing attorneys time
to prepare arguments lor the hearing
, on mot ion for new t rial.
WHKN IIKit HACK ACHES.
A Woman Kinds All Her energy and
Ambition Slipping Away.
I.aureus women know how the aehes
and pains that conic when the kidneys
fail make life a burden. Backache,
hip pains, headaches, dizzy spells, dis
tressing urinary troubles, al Hell ol
sick kidneys and warn you of the
stealthy approach of diabetes, dropsy
and Hright's disease. Doan's Kidney
Pills permanently cure all these dis
orders. Here's proof of it in a I.au
reus woman's word:
Mrs. M. .1. Hopkins. 22 1 Laurel St
. Lau re. is, s C. says: "I heartily rec
ommend Doan's Kidney Pills to any
one suffering from kidney trouble, as
i I have used them with the best ol
results. At times l was considerably
annoyed by a weakness of my kidneys
I and there were pains in the small of
my back. Learning that Doan's Kid
ney Pills were good for such troubles.
I procured a box at the Palmetto Drug
Co. and began their use. Several
. doses gave me great relief and on 00
, casions since then when I have foil
any return of the annoyance, I have
taken this remedy ami in a short time
it has always entirely disposed of my
Pol' sale by all dealers. PrlVO
cents. Foster-Milhurn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, role agents for the I nited
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Krank 15. Broslus, Miss flattie Bur
ton, Miss Martha Cllmnrt, c. p. Hel
iums, M. 101 la Paterson, Clara Pool,
Miss Mary Lass. Mrs. M. C. Queen,
Sarah .i. Simpson, Col. RoSSOl' Thomas.
Mrs. Laura Ann Young.
The above letters have remained in
this otTlCO uncalled for for a period ol
two weeks ending May lltb. lain. The
owners of any of them will please call
and say thai letter is advertised and
upon the payment of one cent same
will he delivered.
0E0. S. McCRAVY, I*. M.
May l.'illi, I?10. Lumens. S. C.
UNIVERSITY OK SOI I'll CAROLINA.
The University of South Carolina
offers scholarships in the Department
of PJdUCation to one young man from
each county. Bach scholarship is
worth $100 in money ami $1S term Tee
with free tuition.
Examination will he held at county
seat July 1st. Examination of stu
dents generally for admission to the
university will bo held at the same
Write for information to
s c. MITCHELL.
Columbia, S. C.
('(Hi. J. S. NEWMAN DEAD.
former Professor of AKruoulture ut
Walhalla. May 11'. Col .1. S. New
man died at his homo hero last night
at 8:30 o'clock, lifter being confined
to Iiis rooms lor three weeks. His re
mains will lu< curried to Old Stone
church this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
tor burial. His funeral service will
he conducted from Cherry's upon the
arrival of the Blue Ridge train. Rev.
13. i>. Huhbnrd of Clomson college ofll
Colonel Newman haves a widow,
three sons and one daughter. All
were present When he passed away
except his eldest son who is a pro
fessor in A. & M. college, Raleigh,
N. C. lie is expected to arrive at
home this morning.
Por several years Colonel Newman
has made his home here where he
is greatly beloved by everybody. He
was for a number of years professor
or agriculture at Clemson college and
bis death will be deeply regretted
throughout the state.
Pdn shipment of Rugs just received
the price wil linierest von.
S. M. & 10. II. Wllkoa & Co.
or small ItciulstonvR receive the
mime careful itllention from
our expert workmen. Wo buy
carefully nt the i|imrrle.< uu<l
wntcli every ilotailof ilesiKnitiK
llnlxliinK ami aoiMuk ?<( memo*
rials. Don't buy from travel
iiiK niteutj*or calnloit8. Wo ran
show you tin- material, wheth
er it bo ifraiiilo ?>r murlile, iiutl
lire ulail to ml vine whti you a
boul improvitw your ccmcloiy
lots. I.? i uh nho\v you tlio dif
ferent urioiiloH and inarhlcH
an? tell you ubout them.
P. F. BAXTER a SON,
Newborry, S. C.
Chewing and SmokingTobaccos
I wish to call your attention to my line of Tobaccos. I
have,in stock fresh line; <?i" the most popular and choice
selections of Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos.
A CHOICK SELECTION OV CIGARS ALSO
Dr. Posey's Drug store
After The Grippe
"I am much pleased, to be able to write and thank
you for what Cardui has done for me," writes Mrs. Sarah
J. Gilliland, of Siler City, N. C.
"l ast February, I had the Grippe, which left me in
bad shape. Before that, i hau been bothered wit!! female
trouble, for ten years, and nothing seemed to cure it.
"At last, I began to take Cardui. 1 have taken only
three bottles, but it has done me more good than all the
doctors or than any other medicine 1 ever took."
The Woman's Tonic
For the after-effects of any serious illness, like
Grip, Cardui is the best tonic you can use.
It builds strength, steadies the nerves, improves the
appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the
natural glow of health.
Cardui is your best friend, if yon only knew it.
Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui
helped! What could possibly prevent it from helping you?
kemcmher you cannot get the benefil of the Cardui
ingredients in any other medicine, for they .vre not for sale
in any drutf store except in the Cardui bottle. Try Cardui.
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Cliattanoofi.i Medicine Co., Chattanooca, Trim.,
lor Special Instructions, anil G4-pagv honk, "Home Treatment lor Women." bent tree.
I Offer You the Following1:
Il'I iicros land, hounded by lands ol
I. N, Leak, Capt. Martin and others;
ll-rooin cottage, one tenant house.
Price $30.00 por acre.
Five room cottage on ('.aldington
street, city of Lnurcns, Price only
* i ,r>oo.oo
127 acres land, bounded by lands ol
s. II. and M. K. Johnson, one mile n|
Friendship church, Sullivan township;
Two dwellings, good barn and out.
buildings. Price $30.00 per acre.
47 acres laud, bounded by lands ol
Friendship church, Joe Wasson, .1. \
Coats and others. Price $10 00 per
40 buildlm; lets at Watts inlli'i: also
11 business lots. Price to suit your
50 acres land, well located in town
of Lauford, tl-rooin dwelling, i tenant
house, out-buildings Price S?.fiOO.OO,
$1,000 down cash, balance on easy pay
Several nice building has in the
towns oT Gray Court and Fountain Inn.
Price made rlghi
.*>'.? acres, town of Lauford, dwelling
and out buildings, nicely located over
looking town of lOnoreo. Pric ? $2,
50 acres land hounded by lands ol
Waller Nash, an I Unfits Cray, dwell
ing and out building.-. Price $20.00
|>1 acres land hounded by lands of
Robert Nash and others. Price $20.00
? acres land hounded by lands ol
Albert Hums and others; f?-rooui
dwelling tenant house, barn and out
buildings. Price $10.00 per acre,
IT acres, one-hall mile to town ol
Lauford, good wheat and corn mill
0U waters of I'.ea Verdatn Creek. A
survey of this property ha? been made
by Ladsl.aw &? l.adshaw. ej\j| engi
neers which innj lie seen by colling
on mo. Price M.?OO.OU
500 acres. ."> miles front city of Lau
fens, bounded by lands of A. Hull,
.lohn Brown ft Bailey land. 8 horse
farm in cultivation, well supplied with
tenant houses. Price right and terms
acres land, bounded by lands Ol
Daniel South. Havis land, Miss West
and others, known as the Cullen Lark
homestead, 7-room dwelling and '?' ten
ant houses. Price made right. Terms
:;o7 acres of land in ScuHlctnwn
township mar Ityrds Cross Roads,
bounded by lauds of M. I) Poole, Will
.1 Adnir, Will Myers am! others, known
as the Ynrhorough place. :: dwellings,
To acres of land hounded by lands
of Jim Ad Moore, Will lludgens and
others, cottage house. 40 acres under
cultivation, Price J, 1,700.00.
I", acres of html in the town of Whit
mire. S. C, nice situated, suitable
for dwelling lots. Price, $1,000.
J. N. LEAK
The "Land Man
71 Vt acres of laud near Green Pond
church, s-rooin Cottage, with line bant
and out-buildings. LroOlll tenant
house, bounded by land.- ol Jno, Tay
lor, Mrs. \heicrotnbie, ami Jno. Curry.
Price $00 en per acre.
KlftRj acres of land hounded by
lands ef llrysoii place, Boo Bailey
(lamp llollnnd and then . 5-room
dwelling. :.' tenant bouses; good burn
and out buildings; known as the old
ForgUSOII placo, owned at present by
Will I!. Motte. Mas sown II bushels
of wheat. 10 bushels of oats. Price
$27.50 per acre, terms easy.
325 acres land 1 miles of Crose Hill.
Known as the old Campboll place.
Price $15 per acre. lOasy terms,
L'p; acres of land in Dial's township,
known as the ('apt. Hwll/.er place; nix
room ?(.Hage. :: tenant houses, tine
barn ami out-buildings, Price $20 acre
acres ol land near Tumbling
Shoals; bounded by lands of W. D.
ami .1. (i. Sullivan; s room dwelling;
good out buildings. Prion M> per
."?n acre.- of land, beautiful cottage,
bounded by lands ol Win Childless.
Kohl. Hell and others. Price and terms
21acres of land, (i-rooill collage
nicely located in the town of Gruj
Court, with one of the lines! wells of
water in town. Price $2,,'100.
s room dwelling, on Centennial St.,
Clinton, s. c . with M hundredths of
an acre of land, known as the Grilllll
place. $ 1,000,
150 acre;, land, one half mile of Dial
church, with a handsome dwelling. I!
tenant housi s and good outbuildings.
Come fpllek If you want this place.
Price .<:,n per acre.
107 acres of land bounded by land ?
M it Holder, W. I), \beroromble, .1
other.-.; s room dwelling. :', leiiant
house, good barn and out building
Price $25.00 per acre. Terms; $1,0(10
cash, remainder in live ciptnl instal
IT", acres known as old Goodglon
place, has S room dwelling. tenant
houses, line corn mill in good running
order svlt.li T"> horse water power.
Price $ I Term.- made on ?>
117 acres oi laud near Gray Court,
bounded by land- ol 10. T, Shell, W
K. Gray; seven room cottage, fine
barn and out-buildings ami line pas
ture, Price $t;o p> r acre.
Dm- 8-room dwelling In city of I.au
reus. No. '.',.'.<> Hampton street. Pric,
71 ticn s on Reedy River bounded
by lands of James Downey. Will Cald
weli and others. With tenant house.
Price $2o per acre, Terms iiiade easy.
v; acres of land close to Beulali
church (.n tie- dividing lino of Green
ville .and Lnurens with an eight room
dwelling, one tenant house, also good
out-buildings ami fine past It re, This
place is known as the Thaddens Rai,!?
homestead; Price I ;; per acre;
toi ms made easy.
150 acres bind bounded by lands of
Ludy Mills. L. K. Burns and V. A.
Mills. Price $.:n per acre.
if you do not listed above what you need, see me and 1 will try and get
it for you. Let your wants be known. If you have land to seil, place it in my
hands. People come to me for land.
J* N? LEAK
Gray Court, S. C