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Too Late, Too Late,
to think about taking out a policy
on your ho i< > 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 lire, you
that the company Will pay all
your losses. The race is to the
swift, and you owe it to your
family to protect then, f 'om all
troubles. Do not be a laggard.
Stocks - Bonds - Insurance
Enterprise Bank building
Laurens, S. C.
?>r small headstones rccolvo the
same careful intention from
our export workmen. Wo buy
carcfulb the quarric* find
watch ??mm v detail of designing
finishing and Boitin? of memo
rials. Don't buy from travel
ing agents or catAlovs. Wo con
show you tin- material, whoth
er it bo granite c marble, and
aro glad toadvlsv ivllh you a
bout Improving your cemetery
lots, bet us show you the <lif
forent granitca and marbles
ami tell you about them.
P. F. BAXTER S SON,
Newberry, S. C.
PHICHESTER S PILLS
?^yrr->. TIIK DIAMOND BRAND. ^
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SOLU Hi DRUGGISTS EVERYWHLRE
1IKJ FIRE IN CHARLESTON.
Elve Wholesale start's Burned, Cous?
lug Loss of $400,000.
Charleston, July 12.-?Fire which
broke out at 6:15 o'clock Friday af
ternoon completely gutted five large
wholesale establishments on Meeting
street and threatened the Charles
ton hotel, just ncross the street and
caused a loss which is estimated at
about $400.ti(??. The buildings jutted
are the Paul E. Trouche company,
the Bailey-Lebby company, the T. A.
Wilbur & Sou, the Marshall-Wescot
Hardware company and two buildings
of the A. it. Tbonilison company1. The
bin new department store of Louis
Cohen & Co. was saved only as the re
sult of desperate work on the part of
Two firemen and one telephone line
man were overcome by smoke hut re
covered consciousness. A heavy rain,
which set in at about 11 :30 o'clock
helped the firemen to net the (lames
Signers of Die Ordinance of Secession.
Below is printed a list of tin' signers
of the "Ordinance of S icensiou " passed
by the conven i >:i of the people ? >;
South Carolina in &6sslon assembled
at Charleston December 20, 1860. The
SpartanbUrg Herald is planning as a
special feature of its Veterans' Edition
to he printed a! the time of the State
reunion of Confederate veterans a fac
simile reproduction of "The Ordinance
of Secession" together with a sketch of
each of the signers, Any of our read
ers, who fan furnish a sketch of any
signer to the Herald at Spartanburg
will he rendering a most valuable con.
fribution to the preservation of history
The Advertiser is anxious to see that
the sketches of the signers from Lau
rens county are furnished The Herald
for this Veterans' Edition.
Abbeville Thos. chiles Perrin, Edw.
Noble, .1. H. Wilson. Thos. Thomson.
David Louis Wardlaw, ,lno. Alfred Cal
All Saints?.lohn l/.ard Middleton,'
Benjamin E. Sessions.
Anderson?.1. X. Whitner. .lames I,.
Orr, .i. P. Heed. u. v. Simpson, Ben
jamin Franklin Mauldin.
Barnwell Lewis Mnlone Ayer, Jr.,
\v. Peronnenus Finley, .1. ,f. Brabham,
BenJ. W. Lawton, 13. F. Jamison.
Chester .lohn McKee. Thomas W.
Moore, Hie! aid Woods. A. Q. Huno
I Chesterfield .lohn A. Inglls, Henry
Mclver, Bleptieii Jockson.
Christ Chilrcll ? \V. Pinkney Sliin
gler, Peter P. ISoiineau.
Clarendon?John I' Richardson.
Darlington?Edgar W. Charles. Ju
lius A. Dargan, Isaac I >. W ilson. John
? Statement Jan. ist, i<;ioi to Conn. Ins. Dep'tnYt
National Fire Insurance Company ?
? OF HARTFORD, CONN. g
? ' Capital Stock all Cash, $1,000,000.00 Q
A Funds reserved to meet all Liabilities, A
Re-Insurance Reserve, Legal Standard, 4,685,577.28
f Unsettled Losses and Other Claims, S02,8.)5.9(i 9
A Net Surplus over C apital and Liabilities, 2,840,294.01 A
? Total Assets January ist, 1910, 9,328,7(17.25 Q
? J. J. ADAMS, Agent J
lOdgetlehl?Francis Hugh Wardlaw,
R. Q. M. Dunovant, James Parsons
Carroll. Win. Gregg. Andrew J. Ham
mond, James Tompkin*, James C.
Falrlleld?John Hugh Means, \Vil
liam Strother Lyles, Henry Campbell
Davis. Jno. Buchanan.
Greenville- .lames C. Furman, P. 15.
Duncan, W. K. Fasley, James Harri
son, \V. 11. Campbell.
Horry?Thos. \V. Peaty. Win. .1. Bills
Kershaw?T. J. Withers, .lames C.
Chestnut, Jr. .
Lancaster?R. L. Crawford. \Y. C.
Cauthen, I). P. Robinson.
Laurens H. ('. Young. 11. W. Gar
lington, John D. Williams. \V. D. Watts
Lexington?H. 1. Caukhman, John
C. Geiger, Paul Quattlebnum.
Marion W. It. Powell, t'hesley 1).
Rvans, Win. w. Harlec, A. W. Bethea.
Marlboro?E. w. Goodwin, William
I). Johnson, Alex McLeod.
Newberry?John l*. Kinard, Robert
Moorman, Joseph Cnldwell, Simeon
Orange?Thomas Worth (Hover,
Lawrence M. Keitt. Donald Rowe Mar
l'ickons Win. Hunter, Andrew V.
Lewis. Robt. A. Thompson, William S.
Grisham, John Maxwell.
Prince William's?John 10. Framp
ton, w. Ferguson Unison.
Rlchland?W. F. DeSaussure, Wil
liam Hopkins, James II. Adams. MtiXCJ
Gregg, John II. Klusler.
si. Andrew's -Ephraim M. Clark,
Alex II. Ilrown.
St. Bartholomew's 10. St. P. Del
linger. Merripk 10. Cam. 10 R, Hender
son. Peter Stokes.
Si. George's, Dorchester -Daniel
Find. David c. Appleby.
Sl. Helena -R. W. Bai'llWell, Jos.
St. James' (loose Ci.k John M.
Shingler, C. P. Brown.
St. .lames'. San tec Daniel Du Pre,
St. John's. Berkeley- William l ain.
P. fl. Snowdcn.
St. John's, Colloton?Geo. W. Sea
hrook. Sr.. John Jenkins.
St. Luke's?R. J. Davant. 10. M. Sea.
St. Matthew's John J. Waiiiianiakei'
St. Paul's lOlias I!. Scott. Joseph 10,
' Jenkins, .
j St Petel's?Langdon Cheves George
St. Philip's and St. Michael's A. (',.
Magrath, Wm. Porcher Miles, John
Town-end. Roberl N. Gourd In, II. \v.
Conner. Theodore d. Wagner, It. Barn
well Ithett, c. c. Mennninger, Gabriel
Manlguult, John Julius Pringle Smith,
Isaac W. 11 ay lie, Jno. II. Honour.
Rich'd DeTrovillo. Thos. M. Hnnckel,
A. W. Burnet, Thos. V. Simons. I.. W.
spratt. William Middleton, F. d. Rich
ardson. II. II. Rutledge, lOdward Me
Crady. Francis J. Porcher.
Si. Stephen's -T. L. Gourdin, John
St. Thomas' ami St. Dennis' -John
L. Now el!. John s. O'Henr.
Spart an burg- John (i. Landrum, it
B. Foster, Benjamin F. Kilgore, J, II,
Carlisle. Simpson Bobo, Win. Curtis.
Sinnier II. D. Green, Matthew P.
Mayes. Thomas Heese English, Sr.. Al
bertus Chninhers Spain.
I'nion .1. M. (iodherry. .1. s Sims.
Win. II. Cist. James Jeffries.
H PRICED QUALITY
LOW PRICED CAR
See the "Trophy Cup" in our Window
won by the Model "T" Ford in Hill Climbing Contest at Union, July 23, 1910.
We won over cars of twice the price and horse power of the Ford, because the
Ford has the Real Automobile Ability.
Now, Mr. Prospective Buyer, before you buy a car inspect the Ford. It
will pay. We will be glad to give you a demonstration at any time.
We have one of these cars that has been driven in public service over 2,250
miles without a puncture and with a repair bill of less than 50 cents.
Cars for Rent at Any Time.
PARKS AUTO COMPANY,
Wllllamsburg?Anthony W. Dozier,
John G. Pressloy. H. C. Logan.
Wlnyaw?Francis S. Parker. Ben
jamin Faneull Dunkin. Samuel Taylor
Atkinson. Alex M. Forster.
Voik?William Blackburn Wilson,
Robert T. Allison. Samuel Ralney, A.
Dax', p Springs, a. L Barron.
sini) ltownrd, *!?<>.
The readers of this paper will he
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in till its stages,
ami that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure now
known to the medical fraternity. Ca
tarrh being a constitutional disease,
reo, Hi res a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal
ly, act inn directly upon the blood ml
mucous surfaces of the systeih. there
by destroying the foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient strength
by biulding up the constitution ami
assisting nature in doing Its work.
The propiretors have so much, faith
In Its curative powers that they offer I
One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for the list
Address F. .1. CHENEY & CO.. Tole
Sold by ail Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for Consti
Citation foe Letters of Administration.
The stab* of South Carolina,
Count}' of Laurens.
By O. (!. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas. R. Fleming Jones made
suit to me to grant him Letters of I
Administration of the estate and ef
fects of Laura I. Jones.
There are. therefore, to Cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
ami creditors of the said Laura I.
Jones, deceased, that they he and ap
pear before me. in the court of pro
bate, to be held at Laurens. C. IL, S.
C. on the 15th day of July HMO next,
alter publication hereof, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said administration
should not be grant d.
(Siven under my hand this 2nd day
of July Anno Domini 1010.
o. (',. THOMPSON.
? 19-21 Probate .Indue.
.. r STA TP. .UK NT.
. Of the Condition of tile Hank of ( ross
Hill. Located at ( loss Mill. S. ('.. at
(lie close of Business June III), Pilo.
; Loans and Discounts.$111,2:10.01
: Overdrafts. 10.82
Banking House. 1.250.21
Furniture and Fixtures, .. 2,080.77
Due JU'oin Panks and Bank
' eis.,. 11.017.17
silver and other Coin. .. 101.15
Capital Stock Paid In, 25.000.fu)
Surplus Fund. 0,500.00
I'ndlvlded Profits, less Cur
rent Expenses and Taxes
Dividends I'npald. s.00
Individual Deposits subject
to Check. 20,078.20
Time Certificates of Deposit, 21,011.1-1
Cashier's checks. 20.50
Hills Payable. Including Cer
tificates for Money Bor
Slate of South Carolina
County of Laurens. ss
Before me came 1-:. P. Rasor, Cashier
of the above named bank. who. being
duly sworn, says that the above and
foregoing statement is a true condi
tion of said bank, as shown by the
hooks of said bank.
E. P.. RASOR.
Sworn to and subscribed before inc.
this 0th day of July 1010.
.1. E. Lea inii Ii,
Notary Jubllc, S. ('
Correct Attest: W. c. Rasor, J II.
Miller. .1. II. Atcllison. Directors.
ST ITH N Ii NT.
'?<? i'if Condition of fIk* Hunk of Urn)
< onrt, Located at (inij < anrt, S. ('?
nt tin1 close 01' Business .linn HO, P.) In
Loans nnd Discounts.$ iig.QH 1.0.9
0\ erdrnfts. :t:i9.o."i
Ranking I lOUSC. I.T.'.o.oo
Furniture and Fixtures, .. 1.00 l,0!5
I ..? from Banks nnd Il.a.uk-r
Silver an ! other Coin. . 1.8,"?, Iti
Capital Stock Faid In. ..$ RVioo.oo
Surplus Fund. I.;>0O.in)
I'lidivldeii Profus, less Cur
rent Expenses and Taxei
Into to Hanks and Hankers, lilo.o.s
Individual Deposits sttlijoci
to Check. I 1.12
Savings 1 ???posits. 117.7^
Time Certlllcntes of Deposit. 7.::27.t?7
Cashier's ('hecks. 0.70
Pills Payable, Including Cer
tificates for Money Bor
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens. ss.
Before me Came L. It. Brooks, cash
ier of the above named hank. who. be
ing duly sworn, says that the alw>ve
and foregoing statement is a true con
dition of said bank, ns shown by the
hooks of said bank.
L. it RROOKS.
Sworn to and subscribed bofore me
this 6th day of July, 1910.
L. c. Dorroh,
Notary Public, S. C.
Correct At'est: R, 1. Cray. (J. F.
Dorroh. ,1. W, BeaSOII, Directors.
7LC .cd i _ D ? donbf
Chamberlain's Cough Remefly
Curt > i_ A Ittlp and Whooping Coush,
For Salads and Cooking
THE fine flavor and wholesomeness of
food shortened with Wesson Snow
drift Oil is the final test of its unrivaled
quality and uniform purity. Odorless, taste
less, convenient and economical, it has a
wider range of usefulness than any salad oil
or shortening known to dietetic science.
Use three-fourths the amount of oil as of
butter. Refined by the Exclusive Wesson
Process, and is the height of quality which
In Tins Only of Alk Grocers
COTTON OIL ?0.
New York Savannah
New Orleans fhlrago
For 10 Cents
We will sell you a long; needed house
hold reined v.
Why worry then?
Lupins Straw Hat Bleacher makes hat look good as new
and the original gloss.
lyiipins Cleaning Pad removes < >:!. !>;:'. and Grease
Spots. Can carry tube in your pocket.
Lapins Iron Rust and Fruit Stain Remover, can be
used on finest goods.
For sale at
Palmetto Drug* Company,
Laurens, S. C.
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