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We ore headquarters for
the best in all Farm seeds.
Grass and Clover Seeds
Seed Corn, Cotton Seed,
Cow Peas, Sola Beans,
Sorghums, Kaffir Com,
Millet Seed, Peanuts, etc.
''Wood's Crop i a a u e d
givea timely information as to
seeds to plant each month in
the year, also prices of Season
able Seeds. Write for copy,
maded free on request.
T. W. W00D& SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
* A Store is Known
By Its Goods
*ou will find here,
nil times, the fresh
est stocks of the most
brands the market offers.
Our reputation Is built On the rjunl
Ity of our lines, backed by personal
care In tilling all orders large or small.
In addition courteous treatment and
the promptest delivery service In
town, make this the most satisfac
tory place to-buy food supplies.
As an instance of mir policy In
searching out tho best goods we
a superior brand, that will warm tho
he'.irt of the most discriminating
An exclusive process ol preparation
hrlngs out the true flavor ot the tinest
hlglil.mil grown coffee beans, and in
sures a drink of uniform excellence
CofToo ?? Hood as Romeo has sel
dom or never been ottered.
Comes :n sealed tins. No hands
touch i' until yotinidoi
Come In nnd itot a can today.
J. C. SHELL & CO.
Laurens, S. C.
Sto^s Tooth Decay
It gets Into every uneven part of tho
tooth ? penetrate* every crevice, inside
and outside the too'.!i.
Cavities unreachable, with powders axe
quickly cleaned with
ANTISfPTiC I00III PASTE
A? it carrlei l!:o antiseptics to the very
place needed ? the unseen openings
caused 1 y i!?e decay.
Packs-si nre l?-,e, !.:r.c'y and eco
nomical. All you l.- v -. \ y c!o Li iqueez!
out c.n yo_r l>ru;!? ju t wlitt you wanl.
The illustration chows how its done.
The flavor ii ;:at'.;cular!y pleasing.
Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
Hheumnilnm sind Wood Disease?)
The ciiuso <>r rheumatism is excess
t)rlc SCld in the blood. To cure rheu
tnatlsm tins acid must bo expelled from
the system. Rheumatlsqi Is an inter
nal disease and renuircn an Internal
remedy. Rubbing with ciils and lini
ments may ease tho pain, but thoy will
HO more euro rheumatism than paint
will chanRc the fiber of rotten wood.
Cure* Hhrumntl?m To Stn\ Cured.
Helene? Iia8 discovered n perfect and
?omplete cure called Kheumaeldo. Test*
?d In hundred* of eases, p has effected
marvelous cures. Khcumnctdc removes
the cause, Rots at the Joints from the
Jrmlde, sweeps tho poisons out of the.
srystcin, tones up the stomach, regulates
trwi bowels and kidneys. Hold by drug
kIhIh at f*v. and $1; in the tablet form
sst 25o. and .Vie., by mail. Hookiet free.
Bobhltt Crwmlcnl Co., Hslttmorc, Md.
At The Jolate Proas The laatd
LAURENS DRUfl CO.
laurens, S. C
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
lisv?*. 7011 overworked your nervous sys
tem and caused trouble wltn your kid
ney* and bladder? Have you pains In
krirsn. side, back and bladder? Have you
a flabby appearance of tho fane, and an
aler the eyes? A frequent dealre to pass
tsTtae? If so. Williams' Kidney Pllto wilt
eure you?Druggist, Price 80c.
W1UJAM.S MFG. CO., Prop... Ctevetsm*. Ohio
LATHENS DRUG CO.
Laurens, S. ('.
State Hoard of Health Makes Investl
Kutlon of Penitentiary and Finds
Things Which They do not Report.
Columbin, March 15.?In accordance
with the resolution pasBed by the gen
eral assembly, following Governor
it!ease's special message, the State
board of health today made an inspec
tion of the State Penitentiary, as to
health conditions there. In Governor
Hlease's message it was stated that
there were rumors that the peniten
tiary was a breeding place for Tuber
culosis. The governor asked that an
investigation be ordered for the pur
pose cither of setting the rumors at
rest or Unding out whether they were
true, and having the remedy applied.
Nothing was given out tonight by the
board as to the results of the investi
Dr. C. Fred Williams, the State|
health officer and secretary of the
board, said that certain recommenda
tions would be made later and that
this report would not be "released"
for the present. Other investigations
Will be ?rst made before the board's
report is given to the public.
In general, it may be stated that
the health facilities are not modern at
tho State prison. Along the line of
improved methods of caring for con
victs, it is expected that the board's
report will be directed. An investiga
tion was made by Or. Gambrell, of the
hoard, at the Ponltcntkiry during 1010
and the report will give some idea of|
somo of the criticisms that may he
mad > in tho forthcoming report.
of the tuberculosis hospital. Dr.
Gambrell said that the building was
not sulllclently used, as he had been
told that it was the practice to let
men stay in the hosiery mill until they
are unable to work and then move
them to the tuberculosis hospital.
These men are so long in tho advanc
ed stages of the disease, that irrepara
ble harm is done before they are tr.k
"ii to th ? hospital. Of one building,
Dr. Gambrell complained of the lack
The State hoard of health, or exe
cutive comn.itloe, consists of the fol
lowing: Dr. Robert Wilson, Jr., chair
man, of Charleston; Dr. Fred Wil
liams, secretary and State health of
ficer. Columbia, and Drs. II. T. Hall.
Alken; C. C Gambrell. Abbeville: J.
A. Hayne, Greenville; W. J. Burdell,
Lllgoff; .lames Evans, Florence: W.
M. Lester. Columbin, and ex-olllcio. J,
Fr?s tr Lyon. Attorney General, Co
lumbia; A. w. Jones,1 Comptroller Gen
eral, Columbia. The board was in ses
sion until a late hour tonight, going
over the Penitentiary matter.?News
News from Ha bun. *
A nice rain fell in this community
yesterday and last night. The farm
ers are getting on nicely with their
Mr. Solomon Mahaffey of Eden com
munity, visited his sister. Mrs. Nancy
Owens and Rebecca Owens. Saturday
night ami Sunday.
Mr. Dunklln Nesbltt, of Fork Shoals,
visited his sist ?r. Mrs. Lizzie Cheek, I
several days las week.
Messrs W. P. Baldwin. W. D. Owens.
Helton Owens, and several others sold
their cotton last week.
Miss Maude Sharpe and friend, Miss
Carrie Leerlc. after spending several
days in Princeton with relatives, re
turned to Mr. W. A. Baldwin's Sunday
Mr. H, H. Mnhon and family spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. An
na Wast, of Poplar Spring cotnmuni
Mr. T. Touston Babb, after spending
one week with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. T. F. Babb, returned to Green?
vllle Monday evening
STRAIN TOO Ghr. iT.
Hundreds of I,aureus Headers Find
Daily Toil a Burden.
The hustle and worry of- business |
The hard work and stooping of |
The woman's household cures.
Are toe great a strain on the kid-]
Backache, headache, sldeache.
Kidney troubles, urinary troubles|
A Laurens citizen tells you how to|
cure them all.
W. H. Franke, 401 Chestnut St.. Lau
rens, S. C, says: "I have used Doan's
Kidney Pills at different times for
several years and consider them to
be the best kidney remedy that can be
had. I was bothered a great deal by
pains through the small of my bacK
and did not know what to do to ob
tain rollef until Doan's Kidney Pills
were brought to my attention. I pro
cured a box at the Palmetto Drug
Store and they proved to be Just the
remedy I needed.t giving me relief in
a short time. I* gladly recommend
Dosn'a Kidney Pills to other kidney
For sole by all dealers. Prjce 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remembor the name?Doan's?and
take no other.
See the big values we are offering
8, M. & K. IJ. W?kes * Co.
IN MEMORIA N |
tfc^ ?# ??????
Sire. Charlotte Posey Culhoun.
In loving remembrance of Mrs,
Charlotte Posoy Caihoun, v/ho, after
an honored and useful life of four
score years, passed peacefully away,
at her home near Ninety Six, February
"And so Me glveth His beloved sleep"
"Oh, still white face of perfect peace.
Untouched by sorrow, freed from
He who decreed thy work should
Took to Himself the 'Ripened Grain.'
Oh! noble face, thy beauty bears
The Impress of the Heavenly gain;
And thy pure life the honor wears
Of finished work of 'Ripened Grain.'
Of human care there is no trace.
? hc-'itest touch of grief or pain;
On earth is left thy form and fuce,
In Heavetl rests the 'Ripened Grain.'"
?One Who Loved Her.
Rev. .fames Kelvin Shell.
An honored minister of the Rapt 1st
church and faithful soldier of the
cross. Bom Oct. 20. 1852 and died
March, IG. 1911.
"As falls the night upon the sleeping
So fell on you the last eternal sleep:
As comes the light of glistening stars
So came to you the joys supreme, com
Life's battle o'er, your armor cast
Finished your course, your weapons
all laid down:
At last the goal upon the other side;
The words 'well done' and then
For you, the Christian's crown.
Sleep, sweetly sleep, within thy nar
Dear friend and comrade of the long
Sweet bloom the Mowers, their fra
grance widely spread.
About the grave, now hallowed hy our
Warm blow the winds and softly fall
And white the snows upon thy sacred
Cod gave, then in His time took hack
To where celestial joys in full abound.
Sleep, honored friend, you won not
Hut rich reward for duty nobly done;
Sturdy and staunch as yonder moun
tain crest ?
You fought the fight .and glorious vic
Stilled that, true heart and hushed thy
Cold now. that once strong, tender
Yet though we mourn, the angels muat
To welcome you, ho pure, so true, so
Laurens. S. C. ?A Friend.
Baptist Courier please copy.
Is ( leaner Than Carpet.
Paint your floor around the border of
the room with L. & M. Floor Paint.
Costs about .">0 cents.
It gives a bright varnished finish.
Cover the center of the room with
vqu home made carpet rug. Looks
Get It from .T. H. & M. L. Nash.
Laure?s; i. \v. Copeland & to.. Clin
This is to warn all persons not to
hire or barber Grover Irby. If they
do I win prosecute them to the full
extent of the law,
.1. O. Teague.
Watei loo, Sr. c.
33-tf R. F. I). No. 2.
Executors, Administrators, Guardians
Ejxecutors, Administrators, Guard
ians*, and Trustees are hereby noti
fied that this is the time to make their
O. G. THOMPSON.
January 30, 1911?2 mo.
(.LYMPH'S RIGHT-A-WAY LIVER!
The Great System Builder
Sold on a guarantee; Money back if
uot satisfactory?50c bottle
Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
When you feel
von?, tired, worried or despondent it is a
sure sign you need MOTTS NERVERlNE
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor sod
make life worth living. Da sure and ask for
Motft Nervei ine Pills g%.5i~
WILLIAMS MFC CO.. Prep*.. Cleveland, OKU
L A U RE .n A DRUG CO.
Laurens. S, C,
You Can Save $3012
On Standard Typewriters
If rou intend to buy a typewriter or If the
machine you have is worn out, this is your oppor
tunity to ret the Kreatesi typewriter value ever
offered for the money. s .
We will save you from one-half te two-thirds on
the coat of a standard machine.
We) Owarant** our rebuilt typewriters for one
year. They are just as serviceable and do just as
neat, Hr I lb* work as mach ine? bearieat tho or ialnal
trademark of the manufacturer. Youcanhavu
any standard make typewriter you prefer?re
built by expert workmen with a skill that makes
certain perfect construction and action.
Wri'a today for catakxrue. No. 61.
american writing machine company
48 North Pry or St. Atlanta, Georgia
Mr. Royster believed that success awaited the
Manufacturer of Fertilizers who would place quality
above other considerations. This was Mr. Royster's
idea Twenty-seven years ago and this is his idea
to-day; the result has been that it requires Eight
Factories to supply the demand for Royster Fertilizers.
F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COMPANY,
FACTORIES AND SALES OFFICES.
NORFOLK. VA. TARBORO.N.C. COLUMBIA, 8. C. 8PARTANBURQ, S. C.
MACON. QA. COLUMOUS, OA. MONTGOMERY, ALA. BALTIMORE. MD.
?-? l l-1
Par-a-sit-i-cide cures itch and
mange in 30 minutes. Pimples
and Ringworms quickly. Price
LAURENS DRUG CO.
60c by mail or express from
Dr. Iv. J. Sharp & Co., Commerce,
Ga. Guaranteed. "Take no
Notice '''??inHun's Discharge.
To al! whom it may concern:
Take notice that on the Sth day of
April. 1911, Bt ton o'clock A. \l. I will
apply to Judge o. G. Thompson at his
ollicc at Laurcns, ('. H? S. t'., for ray
final discharge as guardian of estate
of Grace Sullivan. All persons hav.
Ing claims against me as such, will
present them on or before said date or
be forever barred.
Allen J. Sullivan.
March Ctii. 1911.?1 mo.
LEARM AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS.
Take a thirty days Practical course
in our well equipped Machine Shops
and learn the Automobile business,
and accept good positions. ('IIAIt
LOTTE AUTO SCHOv#~. i harlottc, X.
OVER 05 YEARS'
I RADE (VinilltS
Anyone sending a sketch nnd description mn;
quickly asourtnln our opinion froe wfiotlior an
Invention Is pmhnlily pntunfiililn. Couiniuiilrn
llontslrlctlrronllilonOnl. HANDUOQK on Pntonta
tprcl.it notice, without olmrno, lu t ho
A hnndsomeiy Illustrated weekly.
Torms. I I .
filiation of any aclenllllo Jonrnnl.
year : four months, $L> Hold by ?II newsdealers,
BMBOB 6MBoe..626 V St., Wnnlilnwloii, O. V.
Attorney at Law
LAU RENS, S. C.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office in Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; - Residence 219.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, S. C.
we have spent time and money making* a special
study of the fertilizer business. We manufacture
just the kind of
i FERTILIZERS THAT SUIT YOUR ?
Jff It is Foolish to Throw Away Your Honey By
M buying Something Your Land Doesn't Need.
We want you to tell us the kind of land you
have, what crop you wish to plant, and we will
give you a fertilizer suitable for your needs.
It will be to your interest to call on the
Laurens Oil Mill,
R. H. HUDGENS, Manager.