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More Tasty, Economical,
TUESDAY, JANUARY 17
'?overnor-l-Mect and Lieutenant (ioT
ernnr-lMect \grce oa Date to le
Suggested to Legislative Committee, i
\s a result of a confevenco between
iovornor-elect Cole L. Dease and
eutenant Governor-elect Charles A.
-Miiib. these gentlemen! have agreed
?von Tuesday, .launary IT. as the
. v which they will suggest to the
? gislntive committee In charge for
heir Inauguration, and the govern
. ; -elect v. ill request of the commit
'??<? which will be appointed that this
V be named. The legislature will
meet on the second Tuesday in Jan
uary, which is the 10th, so that the
nauguration if the 17th should be
'p..ally determined upon ns In all
r-robablllty It will come just one week
Lfter the session.
The oath of office will he adminis
:ed to Governor-elect Blease by
Magistrate Thomas S. Dunbar, of
axnwell county, who is and has been
a strong friend and supporter of the
Favernor-olect. Magistrate Dunbar
- i i first appointed by Governor
' rtamherlain, and accepted the ofllco
ion the urgent request of the white
people of Barnwoll county. He has
i eld the position continuously since
t.e and Governor-elect Blease tirst
i. et at the campaign meeting in
I'arnwell four years ngo, and, not
withstanding the difference In their i
:?> Magistrate Dunbar being a nan
' advanced y?ars, and the govornor
< lect i young man. a warm personal
; ? d political fr! n" 1 i vpranv up
hi ? ?'?<? ?.n t'n in whit !i has !>'?on ? ?
m i ! i y lb" passlmi of time. At 1
campaign meet. Im; at Ilarnv/ei)
ibla year Mr. Ill ?n?e tot?! Magi I rale ]
Dunbar that if he should !>?? < ! 'Cted
jovernor, as he ex|?ecte? t<; bo, he
wanted Mar'st ,ai lumbar ?<> admin
ister the oat Ii ol* ofllce.
This will be the first time since the
inauguration of Governor Hampton,
it is stated, thai the oath of ofllce to
the Incoming governor has not been
administered by" the chief justice of
the supreme court. The oath of office
was administered to (Jovernor Hamp
ton by the. late lamented .1. (J. Mar
shall, of Columbia, who was a* that
Mine a magistrate of Riohland jounty
and who v.as afterwards secretary of
State and then senator from Kichland
AKRKSTKD FOK BIGAMY.
W. T. Tute of .North Carolina Charged
by Woman with Hnvinir Two Wives
Released on Boud.
Alken, Dec. '>jj2.?W. T. Tale was
lodged in Jail last night to await trial
on the charge of bigamy preferred by
a woman giving her name as Mrs.
Pearl T?te. He was carried before
Magistrate Hahn and he waived his
preliminary hearing. Magistrate Hahn
hound him over under 0100 bond. T?te
is in a pitiable condition. He bus been
In a hospital for ?J days, and had
just, been dismissed when he was ar
rested in Atlanta, lie Is almost pen
niless and sick.
T?te denies the charge against him
He avers that he was married to ;
Miss Pewell in North Carolina utli
that ho secured a divorce from her
and that he next married Mrs. Prather
in North Augusta. tic denies eve:
j marrying tho woman who swore ou!
lite warrant, saying that she only
wants to gel him into trouble.
Tale is expecting his father to come
! to his aid from Dcssomcr, N. C in a
I dav or l wo.
You ladies, who have pale face?, sallow complexions,
dark circles under eyes, drawn features and tired, worn
out expressions, you need a tonic.
The tonic you lived is Cardui, the woman's tonic.
It is the best Ionic for women, because its ingredients
arc specifically adapted for women's needs. They act on
the womanly organs and help to give needed strength and
vitality to the worn-out womanly frame.
Cardui is a vegetable medicine. It contain? no min
erals, no iron, no potassium, no lime, no glycerin, no dan
gerous, or habit-forming drugs of any kind.
It is perfectly harmless and safe, for young and old to use.
The Woman's Tonic
"After rny doctor had done all he said he could for me,"
writes Mrs. Wm. Hilliard, of Mountainburg, Ark., "I took Car
dui, on the advice of a friend, and it helped me so much.
"Before taking Cardui, I had suffered from female
troubles for five years, but since taking it, I am in good health.
"I think there is some of the best advice in your book
that I ever saw." Your druggist sells Cardui. Try it.
Writ* to: Ladle*' Advlaor? Dept.. OuttanooM Medicine Co.. ChstUnooja. Tenet.,
lor Special Inttmcttons. and ?4 pagt Dook. "Howe Treatment lor Women,' ?anIre?.
The Laurens Drug Company sells
Wine of Cardui.
IN ENGLISH COLLIERY
300 Miners Lose Their Lives
IN ONE YEAR
Heroic Efforts were Made i?y Rescue
Partie* to Reach tho Doomed .din
ers, but Suffocating Gases Kept
Them Hack?Xo Explanation Given
ns to Cause.
.More than 300 miners lost their
lives last Wednesday at Dolton, Eng-'
land ill an explosion in the Little
tiulton colliery of the Hltlton Colliery
company, which is located a little
distance outside the city.
The explosion occurred early in the
morning, soon after the miners had
entered the pit to begin work. Its
force was terrific and later investiga
tion showed that the lower passages
bad been blocked. Heroic efforts
were made by rescue parties, but a!
fierce fire Which followed the explo. j
I slot) prevented the rescuers from pen
j dating beyond 100 yards into the
Kescuers failed Out.
At 9:30 at night all the rescuers
were called out of the mine and a
conference was held at which gov
ernment inspectors and the englnoers
of the mine were present. Inspector
Gerrad issued a report after making
a descent into the pit, in which he
stated that i". was Impossible that any
of the miners are still alive. Tie added
that nothing could be done except to
bring up _*u bodies found lying near
the shaft. This report was communi
cated to the anxious crowds around
the pit mouth, after which the Bishop
of Manchester conducted a touching
service in the open air and the people
Xo Kxplanntion Given.
No explanation is given as to the
cause <>f tin explosion which com
pletely wrecked the mine.
This is the second great mine dis
aster in England this year, an explo
sion having occurred in the Welling
ton colliery at White Haven. Cum
berland, on May 12 in which 136
miners were kil'ed. The explosion to j
day resulted in the temporary dis
ablement of fie machinery whereby
the cages are lowered and drawn to i
the surface and it was considerable
ttme before the drat rescue party
reached ?he bottom of the pit.
SKIN VXD SC ALI* TROUBLES
YIELD TO ZKMO TREATMENT.
A Clean Liquid Preparation For Ex
The Laurens Drug Co. Is so confi
dent that ZKMO and ZEMO soap used
together will rid the skin or scalp
of Infant or grown person of pimples,
blackheads, dandruff, eczema, prickly
heat, rasaes. hives, ivy poison or any
other form of skin or scalp eruption,
that they will give your money bock
If you are not entirely satisfied with
the results obtained from the use of
.'.KMO and the soap.
The i i ist application will give
prompt relief and show an improve
ment and in every instance where used
persistently, will destroy the germ
life, leaving the skin In n clean, lieal
Sold nid guaranteed by druggists
everywhere and in Laurens by Lau
rens Drug Co.
Let sl ow yon oroof of some re
markable cures made by ZEMO and
give .von a page booklet io pre
set vc t lie skin.
Laurens Drau (-?>
Wants t<> Help Cnme One
For thirtj years .1. I'\ Iloyer, of For
t lie, Mo.. Heed? I hell? und < ouldn't
find it. Tin t's why l ? wants to help
>.im<- one now. Suffering so long him
self he fcoln for all distress from
I backache, nervousness, loss pf appe
tite, lassitude and kidney disorders.
He bow; that Electric Hitters work
Wonders for such troubles, "Five bot
tles." he writes, "wholly cured me and
now I am well and hearty. It's also
positively guaranteed for Liver Trou
bles. Dyspepsia. Blood Disorders, Fe.
unde Complaints and Malaria. Try
them. fiOe at Laurens Drug Oo. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
I I M \l. SETTLEMENT.
Take notice that on the 28th day of
January, I will render a final ac
count of uiy acts ami doings as Ad
ministrator of tho estate of J, D. M.
Shaw, deceased, in the ofllce of the
Judge of Probate of i.aureus county,
'at 11 o'clock, a. in, and on the same
day will apply for a final discharge
from my trusts as Administrator.
Any persons Indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date: and all persons
having claims against Ami estate will
deliver them on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever barred.
Thomas M. Shnw.
Administrator de bonl
unn and with will an
December 28,1910.??! mo.
; NOTICE ANNUAL SETTLEMENT,
I The annual meeting of the County
j Board of Commissioners of Laurens
S County will be held at tho Supervisor's
j office on Thuradny the 6th day of
! January. 1911.
All persons holding claims against
the County will file thorn with the
clork on or before tho 1st day of Jan
uary, as required by law.
20-.1t County Clerk.
or ?ninll headstones receive the
s;. m?? careful attention from
our expert workmen. We buy
carefully at the quarriei ami
watch evei y detai I of designing
finishing and setting of memo
rials. l>on't buy from travel
ing agents or catalogs. Wo can
show you the material, wheth
er it t>e granite < n arble, Hnd
are glad to ad vis? with you h
bout Improving your cemetery
lota. Lei us show you the dif
ferent granites and marbles
ami toli you llbout them. ~
P. F. BAXTER V) SON,
Newberry, S. C.
OVER 65 YEARS'
* irade mAnns
Anyone sending a rtkrtrh nml rtoicrlntlnn mar
quickly sacortaln our oiuiuou fruo whether mi
Invention la prohnbly pntontaMn. fomnittolf
Uonastrlctlyconlhlcntl'al. HANDBOOK or. i'nteuta
out froe. Olitcst aitcncy for Koi uriiuf patents,
I'atsnts taken tlirouuli Muou A Co. receive
special noMcf, without chnruo. 111 tho
Scientific flitier icait.
A hsndaomely llhiMrnlcl weekly. 1.arrest clr
riilntlou of nny sclontltlo Journal. Terms, I ? a
your: four months, SI. Sold by all newsdealer*.
1YIUNN & Co.36,Bro?d^ New York
Drauch unico, 025 K HU Wnshliimon, 1). C.
before ordering Magazines get
[our big clubbing 1'ntnlo.mio and|
[Special offers, and Bavo money,
'Southern Subscription AgoncyJ
llialeigb, N. V. A postal uill do.|
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pilo Ointment will euro
mind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It at>
eorbs the tumors, allays itching '-t onco,
nets as a poultice, gives Instant relief,
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre
pared for Piles and Itching of tho private
p-irts. Druggists, mall 50c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland, Ohio
Laurens Ding Co.. Laurens, S. C.
Clinton Garage and
Will do any kind of machine work at ;:
y reasonable prices, on Engines, Gas En- \\
gines, Automobiles, and all kinds of farm j[
:: machinery. ::
ii Clinton Oarage & Machine Shops, i!
;; Telephone 119 Clinton, S. C. j|
I Special Values at 1
I W.Q. Wilson & Co. |
^ Children's Sweaters 50c, Misses' ^
> Sweaters $1.50, Ladies' Sweaters, C
> strictly all wool, at $2.50 and $3.50. C
S All wool Mufflers, Togues and a y
S complete line of Cotton and Wool y
y Underwear, Cotton and Wool Hosiery, J
y Blankets and Flannels. C
I W. Q. Wilson & Co. |
BIG LAND SALE!
I Offer You the Following::
1 nine-room house, finished through
out, 4 acres of land, in the town of
Cross Hill. Price $4,000.
fiO-^i acres of land, known as the
Smith Place, near Friendship church,
i-:> acres of land, with six-room
dwelling in town of Clinton, on Adair
street. Price $2,300.00.
2 lots Watts cotton mills, Camp
street fronting, lf.O by "0 ft., price
100 acres of land one half mile from
LaUford Station; eight-room (Otttige,
good OlU buildings, In high state of
cultivation. Come quick if you want
this property, bounded by \V. ll Drum
iiimiil, .1. M, DoSbields and others.
Price $00.00 per acre.
ncres of land bottnded on nort
by Mrs. Milton Robertson, on south by
.1. M. Phllpot, cast by Mrs. Martin and
on west by I! I'. Terry and others.
Price $10.00 per acre.
One nine room new dwelling, 111
ls|ied throughout. I acres of I n. 1.
paled in town of t '.yi :s I lill, pi i<
i i,0i 0.00 .lerhis made right.
25 acres land, 5-room dwelling; I'll 'i
and out.buildings. Adjoining land >l
George Wilson. Price $775.01?.
:'. acres land, four-room cottage al
Watts mill, price $1,300.
01 acies land, one bulldll.g. bo
ed by lands of Mrs. Hoyd, S. (). 1.
and others. Prices and terms i
IfiO acres land bounded by lands ol
Ludy Mills. L. B. IJurns and V. A.
Mills. PrlCO $30 per acre.
One 8-room dwelling In city of [-au
reus, No. 330 Hampton street. Price
Five room cottage on Gnrllligton
Btreot, city of Laurens, Price only
61 ac/cs land hounded by lands of
Hohei t Nash and others. Price $20.00
313 acres land. 1 'fc miles below J,
I). M. Shaw's place, good dwell;.ig and
barn; 5 tenant bouses, 240 acres in
cultivation, good Bchool near by; 2v?
miles to Waterloo, same distance to
Cold Point. Price $;t.r>.00 acre. Oood
47 acres land, bounded by lands of
Friendship church. Joe Wasson, ,1, A.
Coats and others. Price $;50 00 per
8 room dwelling, on Centennial St..
Clinton. S. C. with SI hundredth* of
an acre of land, known as the Griffin
150 acres land, one-half mile of Dial
church, with a handsome dwelling, :;
tenant houses and good OUt-buildingS,
Come quick if you want this place.
Price $.".0 per acre.
J. N. LEAK
The "Land Man"
50 acres land near GreenPond
church, bounded by the Yeargln es
tate and others, nice 0-room cottage
and out buildings. Prico $;!5.00 per
f.O acres land bounded by lands of
Walter Nash, and Kiiui.-, Imiy, dwell
lug and out-buildings. Price $20.0')
To acres of land bounded by land;
of .lim Ad Moore. Will lludgens ami
others, cottage house. 40 ac res undo:
cultivation. Price $1,700.00.
acres, town of Lanford, dwelling
ami out buildings, nicely located over
looking town of liiiorco. Price $2
71 acres on Itcedy Liver, hounded
by lands of .lame.; Downey, Will Cald
well and others, With tenant house,
Price. $20 per acre. Terms made cas
121 aerea land, hounded by lands of
ii'l acres of land near Green Pond
church. S-l'onin cottage with line barn
and out-hiilldlligs, -broom ten,on
house, bounded by lands of Ino Tay
lor, Mrs. Aborcroinhie, ami .Ino, Curry,
Price $00.00 per acre,
If.Obi acres of land bounded by
lands of Dry son place, lloe Uallcy,
[lamp Holland and Ibers; .'.-room
dwelling. 2 tenant houses; good barn
Mild out 'buildings; known as the old
Ferguson place, owned at present by
Will B. Motte. Price $,_,7.r.O per acre,
of ban ri n ?. <m road lending to Olli)
;on. . mile of Parks station, seven
;. rti rin in cull I vat ion, ? lood d woll
in'-- i;nd i< nan' house*. j?ri<;u all I
terms made right.
50 acres land, well located In town
of Lau ford, 0 room dwelling, I tenant,
house, oul-bulldings. Price $3,500.00,
$i,(i.lown cash, balance on easy pay
127 acres land, bounded by lands: ot
H. II. and M Ii. Johnson, one mile of
Friendship church, Sullivan township;
Two dwellings, good bain and out.
buildings, Pi ice $;m pO per acre.
500 acres, ?"? miles from city of Lau
rens, bounded by lands of A. Hun.
.lohn Drown <v Lalley land 8 hors.?
fnilli in cultivation, well supplied with
tenant bouses. Price right and ternn
228 acres land, bounded by la mis of
Daniel South. Davis land. Miss West
and others, known as the Cllllen J-nk
homestead, 7 room dwelling and twi
aut houses. Price made right. Term*
If you do not see listed above what you need, see true and I will try and get
it for you. Let your wants be known. If you have land to seH, place it in my
hands. People come to me for land.
JN IF AK Real Estate
Gray Court, S. C,