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ists throughout the world
are satisfied users of
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They are the best judges.
IN STOCK BY
W. P. HUDQENS
Laurens, S. C.
I THE ONLY THING
i Dollars Grow When Placed In QwBm
Copyright 190?. br C. K. Zimm?im?n C0.--N0. 1
HPHERE is only one thing Father Time adds
1 to--that's money in the bank. He tears
down most everything else, but keeps building
up money. Be prepared, so that he may add to
THE BANK3^ LAU RENS
L AU REN SV S ? C.
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NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, AM)
Now Offered By Tlie
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Air Line Railway
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All trains enrry through stool clectric-llghtod Pullman drawing
room Bloopers, which now outer the now Pennsylvania Railroad
station tin the hoorl of New York City).
No. 32 "The Atlanta-Birmingham Special" carries a through
observation oar. Birmingham to Now York.
All trains < n route BOl'VO meals in (lining cars -service a la
Any agent of the SKABOARD can furnish information as to
schedules, rates, et.'.
C. I). WAYNE),
Assistant Cleneral Passenger Agent.
The Augusta Chronicle's Great $15,000
Joint Voting Contest.
FIFTEEN VOTES FOR
This free ballot good for fifteen (15) vu?|/<>r your favorite candidate
subject to the rules and conditions of -J!J% Aiiguyfa Chronicle's Croat
$15,000 Joint Voting- Content. If cast iHb April 29.
TWO FINE SCHOOLS CLOSE.
Sessions of the Ekom and Madden
Came to an End Last Friday.
On Friday last the session of the
Madden school came to a close ?\iih
an informal basket picnic dinner and
a general good time spent by the pu
pils in the afternoon in the fine grove
surrounding Prospect church. The
Madden school is one of the best In
tho county, the session always running
eight mouths each year. Prof. B. V.
CulbertSOU. member of the county
board of education, has been the prin
cipal of this school for more than a
dozen years, and his work has always j
been characterized by its thoroughness
and his school is-recognized as one of i
the best in Laurens County.
The Ekom school also closed its
lOlO-'ll session on Friday. The day'
was pleasantly spent by tho school i
and some of its friends, the pupils en- !
lertainlng with an attractive program j
of exercises, after which a picnic din
ner was enjoyed. This school, like
tho Madden school, has enjoyed a pros
perous year under the prlnclpalship
of Prof. L. D. Blledge, a progressive
and thoroughly efllclent school man
who has been engaged In teaching
for quite a number of years.
"Our baby cries for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. T. B.
Kendrlck, Rasaca, Ga. "It is the best
cough remedy on the market for
coughs, colds and croup." For sale
by all dealers.
* To Build Itoad in One Day. *
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We notice with gratification that
Secretary McKcand of the Charleston
chamber of Commerce is working on
a plan to build a 300.mlle highway in
one day. He proposes to link Asho
ville and Charleston with a fine sand
clay thoroughfare. This is the same
perject which was launched in New
berry some weeks ago on a smaller
scale, however, when wo undertook
and formed a joint committee to build
a highway between Greenville and Co
We are very glad to have Mr. Mc
Kcand and bis chamber of commerce i
work with us along the same line, and 1
we desire to say to hint that we will
be delighted to receive suggestions and
to cooperate in this movement.
The road from Columbia to Green
ville has been practically agreed upon,
and really the only route that could
be taken V itli any assurance of a good
road in the near future is via New
berry and Laurens. If it should be
desired to go to Spartanhurg. there
are several practical and feasible
routes after you reach Newberry, or
you can go to Greenville and then take
the national highway to Spartanhurg.
The load from Newberry to Green
Vlll - is in fairly good condition, but
no doubt after the rains of the past
few days, needs dragging.
We understand that the supervisor
of Lexington is already at work carry
ing out his promise, and is now build
ing the road between Lexington and
We did not expect to build the road
in a day. but we hoped to secure tin
co-operation of the people along the
i way and Of the supervisors of the sev
eral counties, and to take at least a
week or ton days to put the road in
fine condition. However, we will lie
glad to arouse an interest and co
operate with our Charleston friends,
and we are satisfied that we can get
the pcoplo of this section to give of
their labor and teams for one or more
(lays. Newberry Herald and News.
Stop in at Laurens Drug Co. and
get a free sample of ZEMO and ZEMO
The surest and most economical
treatment for eczema, pimples, dan
drff and nil diseases of the skin and
scalp. Do not neglect this. They will
give you prompt relief and put you oil
the road to a cure. Good for infants
;?s well as grown persons.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Stale of South Ca roll 1111.
Count) of Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of free-holders residing in Sul
llvailS School District No. I, Laurens
County. South Carolina, asking for an
election upon the question of voting
a High School in said school district
have been filed with the County
Hoard of Education, an election is
hereby ordered upon said question,
said election to be held on the 19th
day of May. 1911. at the Princeton
School House, under the niaragemcn'
of the trustees of said school district.
Only such electors as return real
or personal propertly for taxation and
exhibit, their tax receipts and regis
tration certificates as required in gen
ernl elections shall be allowed to vote.
Thoso favoring the High School
shall vote a ballott containing the
words "For'High School" written or
printed thereon. Those against the
Mich School shall vote a ballott Con
taining tho words "Against High
School'' written or printed thereon.
Pol's shall open at the hour of
o'clock in the forenoon and shall re
main open until the hour of A o'clock
in Hie aft< moon when they shall close
and the ballolts be counted.
The trustees shall report the results
of the election to the County Board
of Education within ten days thereaf
GEO. L. PITTS.
County Board of Education.
ARC UND THE TOWN.
Now Elrm to Open Uu.
"Rays" Is the stylo of a new firm
which will open up In the Dial-Gray
block within a very short while. The
firm is composed of several young
business men around the city, the
manager being Mr. Clyde Hay, who un
til recently has been with the Palmet
The Qrm will do a generr.l soda wa
ter and confectionary business. A
handsome new fount and modern fix
tures have been ordered and just as
soon as these arrive the doors will bo
thrown open to the public.
To Install New Fixtures.
Dr. U. F. I'osey has closed a con
tract with a lixture and soda fountain
concern to install at an early date a
complete and up-to-date set of new
llxtures in his store on the east side
of the public square. A new soda
fountain will b ? erected, Tr.ra/.a floors
put down and a double deck suit of
llxtures, the only one of Its kind in
the state, has been bought. When the
finishing touches have been put on
It, It will bo one of the prettiest stores
?in the city.
Hore is a novel scheme and a very
meritoriU8 one the store keepers will
think. A number of hackmen have
had erected a telephone booth in the
front of Davis-Roper's store where
their patrons can always llnd them
when not engaged. It has always been
more or less bother for the merchants
to be culled on to summon hacks.
New Bottle Shaker.
The Coco Cola Hottling works have
installed a new bottle cleaner that is
a honey. Nothing like it had been
seen in these parts before. It is of
the very Intest make and is guaranteed
to wash bottles faster than a China
man can wash shirts.
Mr. Fleming Smith has accepted a
position with Davls.Roper Co. and has
already entered upon his duties. He
will be glad to have his friends call
on him there.
i The contractors have begun work on
' the new residence which is being
j built for Mr. L. G. Balle. It will be
a two story structure and a very
Is Your Skin on Fire?
Does It seem to you that you can't
stand another minute of that awful,
That it must be cooled?
That it must have relief?
(let a mixture of Oil of Winter
green. Thymol, and other soothing in
gredients as compounded only In D.
o. d. Prescription.
The v.r> first drops stop that aw
ful burning instantly! #
The first drops soothe and heal!
d. 1). 1). gives you comfort?
cleanses the skin of all impurities and
washes eway pimples and blotches
Take our word on it as your local
Got a $1.00 or a 2.*? cent bottle today.
Lau -e-.s Drug Co.. l.aurens. S. C.
FIRST DIVISION UNION.
To Meet With Lnnford Baptist Church
April 28 and 'SMll.
The union meeting of the/first divi
sion of the Laurcns association will
meet with the Baptist church at La li
fo rd 011 April the 2S rnd 2Dth, 1011,
10:30 n. m.
Devotional services will be conduct
ed by Bro. Alvln .1. Martin.
ist ?V. ny the seemingly lack of in
terest in the church on the part of
a large number of its monibors of to
day? ,T. It. Martin and J. .1. Riddle.
2nd.What are some of the best
moans to be employed in the develop
ing of our Churches? J. A. Martin.
T. J. Hughes.
3rd The importance of family pray
er and Milde reading in the home. Rov,
J. m. Trogden and Geo. B. Cook.
Ith. Distinctive characteristics of
a Christian life. Rev. ,L W. Cuv and
Rov, W. P. Smith.
Suiidii) Morning, lOtOO A. *l.
11:00 a. in.--Missionary Sermon.
Rev. J, m. Trogden and .1. SV. Cuy.
W, H. Drummond,
Midnight in The Ozitrks.
and yet sleepless Hiram Scrnton, of
Clay City, 111., coughed and coughed,
lie was in the mountains on the ad
vice of live doctors, who said he had
consumption, but found no help in the
climate, and started home. Heining
of Dr. King's New Disco/cry. he began
to use it. "I believe it saved my life."
he writes "for it made a new man of
me, so that I can now do good work
again." For nil lung diseases, coughs,
colds, lagrlppe, asthma, croup, whoop
ing COUgh, hay fever, hemorrhages,
hoarseness or quinsy, Its the best
known remedy. Prico 50 cents and
$1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by Laurcns Drug Co. and Palmetto
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian i-.i.- ointim nt will euro
Blind, Bleeding and itching piles, it u\>
Horbs tliu tumors, allay* itching at once,
nets an a noidtlc.-. kIv.-m Instant rell-f.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment In |>re
pared for Piles and Itching <.f ti.o prlvato
pnrfR. Druggists, mal'. BOO nml $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. Profi?.. CIcvM.-.nd, Ohio
LAURENS DRUG > i).
Laurcns, S. ('.
We use Live Leather only
TAfs same shoe
bttnd, ?2.50 and S3.00.
is Goody?jr welt Stwtd;
In out College Woman's Walk'
ing Shoe, J3.00. ?3.50. ?*.00.
II equals (be besf custom make.
Some shoe dealers will tell
you they can't give you a good,
durable shoe for $2.00 or $2.50.
They are right, they can't.
The $2.00 shoe they sell is made
to fill a demand at this price?
not to wear. It is made of
seconds?from sole to heel.
$2.00 Shoe $2.50
is a revelation to every woman who tries it for the
first time. In style it is the equal of shoes that cost
double the money. It makes the foot feel perfectly at
home. It wears better than any shoe you ever bought
for$2.00?because we use live leather?aqualitysole,
insole, counter, heel, linings. How can we afford it?
Go to the Craddock dealer in your town; he knows?he will
tell you. Look for the Red Bell on the Box. ?
We want to do your hauling-. \\
We haul anything light or heavy.
If you need a Dray of any kind ii
phone us. We dray for every- |
body, why not you? <
We will also be glad to serve I
you when in need of coal and \\
wood, brick, lime, cement and \\
! J.W.&R.M.Eichelberger |
Day Phone 33 Night Phone 276 f
NOW FOR LITTLE KOCK,
How to (Jot There
Air Line Railway
ONLY ONE NICHT OFT FROM
SIM Til CAROLINA AND GEORGIA
Account of meet ing of the United
Confederate Voterans, round-trip tick
ets will bo sold from all principal sta
tions May 13, l I, 15, 1911 i llnal limit
May 23, 1911. Extension of limit un
til Juno 14, 1911, may be had by de
positing tickets at Little Rock and
paytni nl of a fee of Fftj Cents.
Hound Trip Rate From Laurens.
$15.-IG. (via Clinton and Seaboard).
Leave Clinton S A L 11 :27 I'M
Arrive Birmingham SAL s.'.oiwr
Arrive Memphis 7.30 AM
Arrive Little Rock 1:30 PM
Will operate through coacbos and
Any agent, of tho Seaboard will
cheerfully furnish nny information.
C. 1). W.U NE,
Assistant General Passonger Agent.
the use of a goodlaxative, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested
food from getting!nto your system.
The latest product of science is VP.LVO l axative I.lver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle,
rchaoie and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Volvo acts on the liver, as well as on th ?
stomach and bowels and is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation, indigestion ?
biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, colic,llatulence, e'e Try VP I
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