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licious over served by t bo finest c< ?oks.
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boil u few minutes, and it's dono.
Anyone can do St, Directions priutod
oil t In1 puckugo.
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Cream Powdor uosts only um' cent u
Flavors: Vanilla, Strawberry,
Lemon, Obocolato, and Unflavorou.
At Grocers', 2 packages 25 cent:
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m The Genesee Pore Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y.
COURT REFUSED NEW
TRIAL IN JONES CASE
Union Count) Wlfo-Murderer Denied
Another Trial toy Jurj To the
Supreme t'oiirl Again,
L'nlon, Juno -?"> -W. T. Jones lias
been refused a new trial.
Speeiai Judgo W. 11. Urubcr, pre
siding in the circuit court for Union
county, this afternoon banded down
his decision In the case, wherein the
defendant, convicted of the murder
of his wife. .Mation Jones, Is denied
the right to again present Iiis de
fense to a jury of his peers.
The application for a new trial
tor the case had been heard by
biipi me court and determined
versely to the defendant. Is
UpOll alleged misconduct of
of tiie (rial jurors ami fiirlhe
allegations that material evidence un
known 'ii the defendant has boon dls
covored since the trial of the cause,
Judge Crulier, In his decision,
which covers VI typewritten pages,
reviews at some length the t 'stlmony
introduced by the State at the trial
of the ease, coming to the points at
issue in the motion before him. the
judge, after reviewing the pro
??? (lings before Judge Mi mminger
for a now trial in this ease, holds
that the question as to the alleged
misconduct of some of the trial jurors
was passed upon by .lodge .Memmiu
ger and that this matter is. therefore,
res adjudicata ami that he has no
power if he had the Inclination to
consider this ground of that motion
for a now trial.
Tin second ground upon which the'
motion Is based, that of after dis
cover d evidence, is fully consid.d
in the decree. Judge Oruber points
out that the after-dlscovored pvidenoo
must he material, and that it could
not have been discovered by the \ x.
orciso of due diligence before the
trial, lie then discussed the evidence
contained in the nllldavits submUi -.1
by tie defendant in support of (lie
motion for a new trial am; holds that
it does not. in Iiis opinion, nie t the
requirements; that he |s not ro:i
vlnced the defendant could nol have
discovered the evidence in time to u>e
it at the trial.
Notice of Appeal?
lie points out. also, that some of
the witnesses, whose testimony is al
leged ro he newly discovered, were
bound over to attend the trial and
others lived on W, T. Jones' place.
The judge concluded by over-ruling
the motion on both grounds. The de
fendant's attorneys at once gave ver
bal notice of an appeal to the su
nofiigerators, all sizes and i rices,
the kind that saves lee.
& M. & 10. II. Wllkes & Co.
Too Late, Too Late,
to think ul>out taking out a policy
on your house if it is already
burning. We take a risk but not
a certainty. If you have taken
time by the forelock, and insured
your property against fire, you
that the company Will pay all
your losses. The race is to the
swift, and you owe it to your
family to protect them from all
troubles. Do not be a laggard.
Stocks - Bonds - Insurance
Enterpriso Bank Building
I.aureus, S. C.
MOKE AND HETTEK LIVE STOCK.
Snii<li Carolin? Association Has Sup
port of staito Department.
Columbia, s. ('., Juno '-'?">. -The cry.
"more and bettor corn," sounded
throughout the length and breadth ol
Small Carolina with the result that
the state has developed Into one ol
the great corn producing Stales ol
the l.'nlon, is now to be supplemented
witli another, boi'.^ved to mean even
more for the prosperity of the agricul
tural interests of the Stale, "mort
and better live stock." This is the
slogan of the South Carolina Live
Stock association which is undertak
ing a vigorous campaign for more
cows and hogs on the farms and to
this campaign will he given the en
thusiastic support of the State (P :i
inent of agriculture.
As a result, it is predicted thai
thousands of acres of idle pasture
land will he converted into grazing
grounds for cattle and that in a few
years South Carolina will not OUlf
he saving the millions annually sent
to westi rn markets for live stock and
live stock pOl'dUCtS, but will be ship
pinir live stock and meatti lu other
Slates of the South. This movement
on the part of the state department
of agriculture and the South Carolina
Live Stock association is in line with
the efforts of a number of agencies in
terested in the development of the
agricultural resources of the South.
The Southern Hallway company,
through its Land and Industrial de
partment, has for years urged that
more attention be given to live stock,
a large portion of every issue of its
publication, "The Southern Field", be
ing given to this subject, and Presi
dent Flnley In bis speeches and in
other ways has repeatedly called at
tention to the greal opportunities open
to the farmers of the South in this
particular line, owing to the great
increase in the prices of all food pro
ducts am! consoquenl enlarged pro
tits in their production.
That in its last analysis, the prob
lem of soil conservation and soil im
provement must lind soiution in the
increase of domestic animals on the
farms Is the conclush n presented by
W. .1. Splllmnn, agriculturist in charge
of the ofllce of Farm Management in
the Hu roan of Plant Industry of the
I'nlted State-; Department of Agricul
ture, in Farmers' Bulletin 100, on
"Soli Conservation," just issued by the
department. This interesting bulle
tin recommends the raising of legu
minous crops ami the increase in the
number of animals on the farms as
the best means to adopt to bring un
productive Roil to a high state of fer
tility. The use of agricultural lime
as a supplement to manure ami com
mercial fertilizers is being urged by
many farm experts as a substantial
ai l in tiiis work.
From 1000 to 100ft South Carolina's
live stock increased in value from
$20,191),S50.00 to $45,?SO,000.00 accord
ing to the tax ligures reported to the
State comptroller general. As a re
sult of the campaign now being in
augurated it is hoped in the next few
years to effect an Increase which will
make these ligures look small.
What is done in this work in South
Carolina will doubtless attract wide
attention throughout the South, as
did the rise of this State in Importance
as a coin growing section, and the
growth of the live stock i: dustry here
will be sure to have great effects for
good .n all other Southern States.
Kczcma Curable Proof Now at 25c
It is usually very costly to consult
a specialist in any disease, but for 25
cents, on a special offer, vv e can now
give to those suffering from eczema
or any form of skin disease absolutely
instant relief, with prospect of an
A special trial size bottle of oil of
wlntorgrcon, thymol ami glycerin',
etc.. as compounded in the Chicago
Labor.'tories of the i). i). i). Company
may be had in our store on this
special 2o cent offer. This one bot
tle wiii convince you- we know it
we vouch for it.
Ten years of success with the
mild, soothing wash. I >. 1 >. |). Pre
scription, has convinced us. and we
hope you will accept the special ?_'?*>
cent offer on I). I). I). Prescription
so that vnn aisf) win be convinced.
Sold by Laurons Drug Co.
firemen FfitO EeJIows.
The Laurons Aromen are a line set
of men. It was a pleasure to see
them on their way to and from the
Sumter tournament Newborry Her
ald and News.
A Clean Scalp for Everyone Who
Parisian Sage will kill all dandruff
germs and banish dandruff in two
weeks, or nothing to pay.
it will stop, falling hair or itching
scalp In two weeks, or money back.
It will stimulate the clogged up hair
roots, will cause the hair to grow, will
prevent the hair from turning Bray,
ami the danger of becoming bald will
Parisian Sage is a daintily perfumed
hair tonic, that Is not sticky or greasy.
Parisian Sage is sold by druggists
everywhere, and by Lnurens Drug Co.
on the money bck plan. Try a 60-COnt
i bottle today and learn for yourself
what a delightful tonic it Is. The
; girl with the Auburn hair is on every
Hfl $ ; / ', K
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We are showing a very large line, in all sizes and a great variety of colors.
We want to make this the best Crex season that we have ever had, and as an in=
ducement for you to purchase your Crex goods from us we name the following
very low prices.
Rug 30 x 60 inches $1.00; Rug 36 x 72 inches $1.50; Hall Rug 6x9 ft. $3.90;
Art Square 8x10 ft. $6.00; Art Square 9 x 12 ft. $8.50.
SPECIAL. We have a beautiful line of Matting Art Squares in both Floral
and Oriental Designs, size 9x12 feet, only $3.90.
Now is the \\
time to prepare ii
your land for::
FresH Seed of the
best varieties at
Dr. Posey's Drug
The University of South Carolina.
Varied courses of study in Science,
Liberal Arts, Education, Civil and
ISlectrlcal Engineering and Law.
College fees, room, lights, etc., $26;
Board, $12 per month. For those pay
ing tuition, $10 additional. The helth
nikl morals of the students are the first
consideration of the faculty. 43 teach
ers' scholarships, worth $l.">tf. For cat
alogue, write to
S. C. MITCHELL, .Ties..
Columbia, S. C.
Full line of Tiles, Mantels, and
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
CHARLESTON PARTY HERE.
Automobilist* Making Tour of Inspec
tion, Slop Over Night in Lauren*.
Messrs Randolph, Robertson and
Paine of Charleston, representing the
Charleston Automobile club on a tour
of inspection through the up-country
spent Wednesday night in Laurens.
These gentlemen were traveling by
easy (?) stages, having made the run
Wednesday from Orangcburg via Co
lumbia and Xewberry. From Laurens
the party proceeded to Greenville
Thursday. The Charleston autolsts
were travelling in a splendid White
steamer and they were taking particu
lar pains to note the condition of the
roads and towns along the way in
'order to make a report to a special
committee on the highway proposi
tion through this section.
While here the members of the party
were shown many courtesies by the
citizens and local automobilIstS, who
are themselves greatly interested in
the location of the connecting high
Name shoulder is almost Invariably
c aused by rheumatism of the muscles
and yields quickly to Ihe free appli
cation of Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment is not only prompt and ef
fectual, but in no way disagreeable
to use. Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
Citation for Letters of Administration.
The State of South Carolina,
Count) of Laurens.
By O. 0. Thompson. Probate Judge:
Whereas, Fannie Irvin made stilt to
mo to grant her Letters of Administra
tion of the estate and effects of James
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and Singular the kindred
and creditors of the, said James Irvin
deceased, that they he and appear be
fore me. In the court of probate, to
be held at Laurens, C. II., S. C. on the
1st day of July 1 f?10 next, after publi
cation hereof at 11 o'clock In the fore
noon to show cause If any they have
why the said Administration should
not he granted.
Given under my hand this 1 Sth day
of June Anno Domini 1010.
O. 0. THOMPSON".
17 :* Probate Judge.
# Now is the time to C
% - - - Insure Your Crops of - - - 5
I Cotton, Corn, Etc., I
I AGAINST HAIL \
^ or your %
I Horses and Mules |<
I Against Death From Any a use |
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I J. e. tolbert!
> LAURENS, S. C. <
c In New Office in Todcl Building, South Harper St. \
Statement Jan. ist, 1910, to Conn. Ins. Dep'tlll't ?
I National Fire Insurance Company ?
I OF HARTFORD, CONN. I
? Capital Stock all Cash, $1,000,OCX).00 A
A Funds reserved to meet all Liabilities,
Uu-Insuranc?? Reserve, Legal Standard, 4,686,677.28
V Unsettled Losses and Other Claim*, 802,835.96 ?
A Net Surplus over Capital and Liabilities, 2,840,294.01
% Total Assets January 1st, lOlO, 9,328 707 25 2
J J. J. ADAMS, Agent j