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A. B. C. Blocks
Table Croquet, Initial Seals
Foxy Grandpas, Pop Guns
Safety Razors, Check Boards
Line of books from 25 cents
Picture Frames and numbers
of other articles that will be
good for Christmas presents.
Dr. Posey's Drug
Arm yoanelf against Crippe, tn?u* ?
mnxa. Bronchitis, Cold in the I lead,
Catanh and Pneumonia. Ji/c.iy ?
metiou? Illness Icyli.s tl.'.'/i m shnpls
mold that you fen guard against rj
tarrying tciih you a patltat ?/? ? ?
And warded attaeka ?( Gripp?. Inftaaaaaj.
Bronchitis, Cold im ?he Hud, Catarrh ard
Pneumonia. Stop *h*rn abort bWore thty d*
Telop into StnOU* 11104M.
Stop the cold and you stop the ritk < f ?!rk.
I Bess with iU dangers and exprme. Rexall
Cold Ta bl?U ?ra ? most reliable and conve.
rtent remedy. They prevent and cure colds,
relieve lererish conditions, cou?hs and otlier
?yniptnmi ot Grippe, Influenia and Pneumo
nia. Thirty tablets in a package, JJC.
Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
Why Not cN_
Surely, you could not desire n more
practical, more economical, more time,
lab >r and fuel saving household ncces -
?My than n
',[ will Bake and Roast Pood without
boat other Hum that supplied l>y the
patented radiators, which are heated
over h flame in the same manner as an
ordinary Hat iron, as well as steam,
t i?'w, boil, etc.
Even tho inexperienced cook enn
turn the most excellent baking, The
aloric" requires absolutely no atten
tion after the raw food is placed into
? t can't burn,
'Caloric" cookin;;- moans thoroughly
good cooking with all the bother and
worry loft out. Could you desire a
* iorc practical, more pleasure giving
Christmas present than a "Caloric"?
?1 s put Up in a handsome, special
package, fully in keeping with tho
Christmas spirit, Sec it in our win
AT. S. BA1LBY * SON,
Clinton, S. C.
Par-a-sit-i-cidc cures itch and
mange in 30 minutes. Pimples
and Ringworms quickly. Price
LAURENS DRUG Co.
(toe by mail or express from
1 ?r. L. J. Sharp & Co., Commerce,
da. Guaranteed, "Take no
Wesson Snowdrift Oil
Combines in one superior article
the besl qualitiiies known FOR
BAKING. FRYING AND
It is wholly vegetable, odor
less, tasieless, 100& cooking
value, and 20% more economical
than lard, and 33t% more eco
nomical than butter, or olive oil.
Sold by leading dealers. Made by
COTTON OIL CO.
New York Savannah
New Orleans Chicago
MEXICAN TROUBLE UNSETTLED.
?(evolutionist* Continue Demonstra
tions Prepim' to Meet Federals.
Chihuahua, Mexico. Dee. 9.?Via El
i i as,,. Doc. 10.?The Federal troops
and those of the Insurrectors or "pro
iiounclados," as (hey prefer to be des
? ignated, are some forty miles apart.
? The Federal soldiers are at Cnrretnu,
? ii hnmlel off the railroad in the vicini
ty of Santo Umbel, west of here. They
are awaiting a considerable augmenta
tion of their number, to make a sur
rounding movement possible.
The revolutionists were tonight
I within a few miles of Pedernales. The
(associated press correspondent loft
them there at noon Friday, after a
three days" trip In their mitist, while
' they were In search of the enemy. At
that hour they had just discovered
?that a report that the Federals were
I some tell miles distant, at Coslhulrach
; lc, was erroneous. A movement in
I that direction was countermanded.
Wednesday, at La Junta, the call
went forth from the Meies.'" or chiefs
to MaDero, Minien himI surrounding
towns for a concentration of forces tc
meet the Federals, who were reported
marching on La Junta, a junction
point of the Mexico and Northwestern
Rp'iroad. This movement had not
lu consummated when tho odvnnv
guardj already concentrated, moved
forward tu Kosario. Again there WO*
no enemy and the march to llunchu
a hamlet near Pedernales, was begun
a hamlet near Pedernales, was begun
Thursday, Bcouts reported sightinp
twelve Federal scouts, and a strong
position was taken awaiting an at
tack. This, however, did not materia
It may he stated as a fact that flu
insurreeto army, now operating wesl
of this city numbers approximate^
I 1.000 well equipped nun The Insur
roetors are fully aware that the othei
parts of .Mexico are not in revolt.
Insurrectors in this State regard
themselves as the spark which will m?t
the whole country on tire and all an
fully aware that no otltoi pari of Mex
ico Is in arms.
The men declare the.* are nol light
I lug to p it Francisco Mattem in ofllce
bill for an honest biilloi not to save
the country from possible anarchy
as a result of lite present system ot
The liisitrrectos gained control ?l
u'rero. which Is quite an Anier-iWnU
to ah. without bloodshed before Sat tit',
day. The Federal force there num
bers hut sixty. Sonn of these desert
id. they say. and found jobs in the
mines, while others jollied (In- hisur
Hanks on Sure 'I'llin? Novf.
"I'll never ho without i>r. King's
New Life Pills auain.' writes* A.
Schingcck, i;i7 Rim St., Huffalo, N, V.
; They cured me Olli chronic coiistlpn
I tIon when till others failed." I uc<juaJ
cd for [Biliousness, Jaundice, Indigos
: tion. Headache, Chills. Malaria and
Debility, 25e at Laurens Drug Co. and
; Palmetto Drug c>.
Whether on Infant or Grown Person
Cured In Zcmo anil /emo Soap.
The Laurens Drug Co. says to every
person, be It man. woman or child.
Who has an irritated, tender or Itching
skin to come to our store and pro
cure a bottle Of 55EMO and a cake
Of /.KMC) soap and if you are not en
tirely satisfied with results come hack
and gel your money, So confident arc;
we of the ellicacy of this clean, simple
treatment, that we make you this un
/EMO Is a Clean liquid for external
use that has cured so many mases of
eexemn, plmplos, dandruff and other
forms of skin eruption. /EMO and
ZEMO soap are sold by druggists ev
erywhere and In Laurens by Laurens
DrtiK Co. /EMO and /EMO soap are
the most economical as well as the
cleanest and most effective treatment
for affections of the skin or scalp,
whether on Infant or grown person.
Will Hare Charge of federal Territory
in Southern Souili Carolina
and Northern Georgia.
Giles L. Wilson Stain bank exam
iner, filed yesterday with Guv. Ansel
his resignation, to take effect on or
before January 10. Mr. Wilson has
been appointed national bank ex
aminer and will assume his new office
Mr. Wilson has been in charge of
the State banks for several years and 1
while the announcement of his new
position will be received with pleas
ure the fact that he will no longer
bold the State position will be re
reived with regret.
Mr. Wilson will have charge of
northern Georgia and southern South
Carolina and was selected for Mie
position by the treasury department
of tbe federal government because of
the excellence of his reports.
Ills successor will be appointed by
Gov. Ansel. Tbe appointment is
usually made on the recommendation
of the executive committee of t,he
State Hankers' association. Wilson
O. Harvey of Charleston is president
and Ehnslio Nicholson of Union is
secretary. Mr. Wilson has notified
|The grand sweepstakes winners for
North Carolina. South Carolina and
Qeorgln at the corn exposition wine
innounced as follows
Best prolific variety white corn, 10
oars: .1 C. Lewis. Reedy Branch, N. C
Dost single ear variety white corn,
in ears: a n Hudson. Ncwbcry.
Bosl individual display: A. i>. Hud
son. Nov. bei i*j'.
Augusta Chronicle cup: A. 1> Hud
son, New bei ry.
(?rand Champion Sweepstakes.
Sliver eu:>. given by T. W .Woods
& Sons, itlclunond, Vn.: A. l>. Hudson,
'lest single ear: Goodwin, Vpex
Host *>0 ears: a. I) Hudson. N'ew
Fourth congressional district prize
First prize. $10?1. 11. Wolfe
Second prize, $.">? W. it. Brown.
Third prize. $:i C. P. Roper.
Fourth prize, $L'?.1. Ward Anderson.
First prize. $10: Julian Wlngo
Second prize. $">: F. 1. Bishop
Third prize, $3: .1. H. Caldwell.
Fourth prize, $2: .1. B. Bwynn.
First prize, $10: W. O. Jeter.
Second prize, $.">: 11. C. Miller.
In the Fourth congressional dHtrlct
cdass the following prizes were won:
liest I" ears yellow corn: First, W.
O. Jeter. Santuc; second II. C. Miller.
Besl in ears svhllte corn. Boy W.
Wlngo Inivan: second W a Wlngo,
Imnnn; third W. T. Irwin, Spariaii'
Besl single oar corn: Roy W. Wlngo.
KV.M tlXS It K .11 BY KB.
!lot!? of Mrs, liiilh Crisp Itinghiini l!e
iaterreil in Libert) Springs
Mount \ i!!.-. Bee. II The remains
of Mrs. l.'ntli Bighnui were removed
last week from their resting place In
Florence eouniy id the Liberty Springs
cemetery. Cross Hill. This has born
contemplated by Mr. M. I! Cii-|> the
father of llio deceased, for some (line
Messrs Fayotto Crisp and .1. II. Mad
I don wem in Florence Monday and re
turned to Cioss Hill w|lh Ihe remains
Wednesday ; i which placo ihoy were
lortdorly laid to final real,
Mr. Ralph Fuller of Ihe Culled
States navy, ship Franklin. Norfolk,
who has boon visiting homo folks for
two Wooks, ua\e us a ploasnul fill I
Friday, inst before boarding llio iraln
for his i .'iui u n ip.
Mi. K. Luiher Weils has sold his
farm near born to Mr Miller Lludsoy
and w ill move to Cross IIill.
Rev. ??? K Covingtou. of Greenville,
has been called lo Ihe pastorale of Ihe
Mountvlll ? Baptist church i<h noxl
year and has accepted,
Mr. C. 18, Roland h!s moved dill on
the place of Mis Cnnil ?I . a few miles
w est of the city.
OVER 66 YEARS'
Anyone tending enkelrti nnd .'eacrlptlon m??
qntckly ascertain our opinion frto whether an
Invention It probably putentaMe. < nninitmlrtv
Mont itrlotlTconndnntiul. HANOBOGK on I'tlniti
? ent free. OlrieAt avencr for eerarlur Petent*,
i'ntent? taken thronen Munn <* Co. receive
entente Mien thron?? Munn a. C
?ptcUl nofUe, without otmr?o. In th?
A hendiomel ? lllntt rated weekly. I.ar*eat rtr
eolation of an* ? clentlfJfl Journal, 'rerun. |3 a
rear; four monthi, |L Bold by all nawidealeri.
M?Nfl * Co^'?'?*-' Hew York
Branch Office, 836 E Bt.. Waihluf ton. I). C.
IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT
By W. D. S.
How sweet Is revenge; Years ago
two Dien lived near the "Knob", .lohn
had the inisfortunte to gvi into debt
to Sain. Sain forced litni to apply for
the insolvent debtor's act. In making
a schedule of his property, John made
a slip-up in his return. Sam had him
put in jail and kept him there as long
as. he lived and then made provision
in his will thai a certain sum of money i
he appropriated to feed John in his
confinement. His sons saw no sense
in taking good money to feed a man
and keep him in jail, to gratify a whim
of their father, so they had him turn
A neighbor of these two told me that
he often saw John at his home. Ho
would tell Sheriff Saxon that he wish
ed to ride up to the ?Knob" to Bee his
wile ami children. "Alright John, no
out to the stable and saddle up one of
my riding horses, but be certain to
wait until the town people are in bed
and return in the morning before day
Do you reckon Sherifi OwlngS would
be that accommodating to a prisoner
Our mother country cast men into
prison for debt and their jails were
so overcrowded with men and the
burden of feeding them was so great
that the doors of the prisons wore op
ened to all those that would come over
to America and help settle this land,
line is a case where good came out
of evil and where wo obtained many
NOTICE ANN! AI. SETTLEMENT, j
The annual meeting of the County
Hoard of Commissioners of I,aureus
County will bo held at the Supervisor's
olllco on Thursday the iith day of
January. I!? I I
All nersons holding claims against
the County will lib- them with the
cleric on or before the 1st day of Jan
uary, as required by law.
20-!U County Clerk.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will euro
Wind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab
sorbs tho tumors, allays itching at once,
ni'ts as a poultice, gives Instant relief.
Williams* Indian Pile Olnlmenl la pro
pared for Piles and Itching of the privuto
parts. Druggist*, mall 60c nnd $1 00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland. Ohl?
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
Citation for Letters of Administration.
Stute of South Carolina,
County of Laurens
By O. G. Thompson Probate Judge:
Whereas, Thomas M. Shaw made
suit to me to grant him Letters of
Administration of the estate and ef
fects of Leonora J. Shaw.
These are. therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Leonora J.
Shaw, deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the court of probate
to be held at Laurens C. IL, S. C. on
the UOth day of December l!Hli next,
after publication hereof, III 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said Administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand Ibis Oth day O?
Ilecoinher Anno Itonilnl 1010.
[ O, C. Thompson.
Citation for Letters of Vilmlnistratlon.
state o. South Carolina,
('ount.i of Laurens
By O (I. Thompson Probate Judge:
Whereas. Thomas M. Shaw made
suit to nie to grain him Loiters of
Administration with the will annexed
of the i stal ? and < IToci - of J. I >
These are. therefore, to ?die and ad
monish all and singular tho kindred
and creditoi ; of ill-- said J. I? M. Shaw
deceased Mini they be ami appear he.
fore me, in the court of probate, to he
held at I.aun n- c. I L, :'. ('. on I 'io
20ih day of December, isiio next, aller
publication hereof, at .. o clock in the
forenoon, lo show cause, ? any (hoy
have, why the- s; id Administration
should not he granted.
Given under my hand this Olli da.? Of
; December Anno Iloinlnl lOlu,
t >. <Thomp a?!?.
Tako ii'tt i?:e that on the 30th day of
December, l will render a Una! ac
count of ray acts and doing as Ex
excutor of the estate of J. 1). M. Shaw,
deceased, In the olllce of the Judge of
Probate of Laurcns county, at M o'
clock, a. 111., and on the same day will
apply for a deal dischargo from my
tri.sts as Fxecutor.
Any person indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay.
nent on that date; nnd all persona
having el tints against said estate will
them ?>n or before said date,
duly proven ot be forever barred.
Leonora J. Shaw.
November. 30, 1910. i mo.
All Kinds of Furs, Muskrat
Muskrat 25c to 85cts
Mink.50c to $7.50
The Highest Market Price Always Paid
Further Information may be had by
calling on or addressing
Next Door to Post Office, Laurens, S. C.
Stands supreme ander
every test. Feel se
cure, keep (inwans in
the home. Gowait? al
ways conquers Croup
and Pneumonia and
your doctor assents.
(JivntxM I'ti'jKirutitm wnn nsotl on
my ein hi when it wah <lestn>i';iti>b
ill with I'nvutnonhi Immtulhttrly
tttter tin' seeontl !i/>l>lictitinii my
physieittn cnlh'il nntl (Indian ?s"
gvent tin improvement t\nlereil its
vontinunnce. The ehihl tv'oveivtl
runi.tiy. t;..J.IU.( Kl.i: IhiiKuist,
?JJI East St. Allegheny, I'n,
BUY TO-DAY! HAVE IT IN THE HOME
aii i>i .,> <-.;,.< . si. so?. SitVo.
QOWAN MEDICAL CO.. MJKHAM. N. C.
Cujn?tt?d, ind mon?y r.dm l.-.t hy won. n..,-.i?|
The Laurens Drug Company
YOUR ONLY CHANCE
The Best Ready Made Clothing
Is to visit our Store where you will find
all the latest styles from the very best
$15.00 Suits at $9.50
10.00 Suits at 4.98
6.00 Suits at 3.98
We Have Decided to Sell Until
$3.00 to $5.00 Children':, Cloaks at $1.25
50 cts Shirts for 39
$1.25 Shirts for
$1.25 Brilliantino, GO inch wide, per
yard for *%J '
Come and visit us.
f A "FT*
Next Door to Post < >ffice.
Laurens, S. (
Look for This Sign ^ FOR SALE
ON LBADING ALL OVER
GARAGES THE WORLD
You cannot know what a good tire is
until you try a Michelin properly inflated. ' vr.
IN STOCK BY
W. P. HUDGENS, Laurens, S C.