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TRADE WITH IS!
IF YOU DON'T NOW. WHY?
To Know Us is to Like Us
We carry a Full 5tock
of Goods and can
White Satin Flour ground nt Dan
Kalley Mills, out of good home grown
ywi'giniii wheat. Try a Back and be
rA:iu> satisfied customer.
One of those good fresh Hams on
the rack for you?send for it.
Phono for Cotton Seed Meal. Bran,
Shorts. Milko Cow Food and Chicken
Feed?delivered within the city.
Buy Seed Rye, Barley. Red Rust
Proof Oats, Homo Raised Seed Oats.
Crimson Clover, Vetch and Turnip
Seed to grow.
Figure with US on Bag lug and TiOS.
2 pound and 2 1.-2 pound good piec
ed Bagging, full weight and good vnl
r. 2 1-2 pound and 3 pound new
Bagging, at the right price.
Pieced Cotton Ties, new pieced Ties
and new Arrow Ties, worth all we ask
Use good Bogging and Ties and get
the full market value for your cotton.
Trade with us and v. c will save you
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS?
Take a thirty days Practical course
in our well equipped Machine shops
it ii<1 Ion r II the Automobile business,
and accept good positions. CHAIN
LOTTE AUTO SCHOo^. charlotte, N.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business.
Too Late, Too Late,
to think about taking out a policy
on your house 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 them from all
oubles. Do not be a laggard.
H Stocks - Bonds - Insurance
Enterprise Bank Building
Laarens, S. C.
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Mir-? ..v.r. HKAt^TU^r?n TaKai^r^rrrra:^
Jno. W. Eerguson C. C. Featlierstone
W. B. Knight
FERGUSON, FEATHLRSTONE & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Latirctts, S. C.
Prompt and careful attention given
to all business.
Office Over PalmottO Bank.
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ON SEWERAGE WORK
100 Laborers Wanted at once on
Sewerage Work in the town of Clinton.
Easy digging and good pay. Apply to
DABBS & MYERS
King Hotel Clinton, S. C.
YOUR COTTON SEED!
I am going to make theLaurens Market
pay as much for cotton seed as any place
in the county. The market here has al
ways been just a little below other
places. But this season bring your seed
to Laurens and you will always get the
highest market price.
I will also unload your seed off your
R. M. EICHELBERGER
Laurens, South Carolina
One 8-Room House to Rent.
One 7-Room House to Rent.
One 6-Room House to Rent.
One 3-Room Cottage to Rent.
All of these are.modern and close in. Ap
White Man Playing Cords with Ne
groes und Cols iu a Brawl with Fa
Newbery, S. C, Sept. 23.?News
reached Newherry this afternoon of
the killing of James Bouknight, a
wliite man. by Will Suber, a negro,
at Blairs, just across the line in Fair
field county today. The reports seem
ed to indicate that trouble was tear
ed as a result of the killing and that
there was a possibility of summary
vengeance beiyg meted out upon the
negro. The sheriff of Fairlicld coun
ty phoned Sin riff Buford to come 1>
the scene, the Fnlrfleld sheriff saying
that he was leaving in nil automobile.
Sheriff Buford immediately BOllt De
puty Sheriff Pope Buford and In n
few minutes sent another deputy in
company With 8. K. Bouknight, the
lather of the young man who was
killed. Constable Cannon Q. Blease,
accompanied by several other gen
tlemen, also left liumediaielyhi an
automobile tor the purpose Of trying
to prevent further trouble
S. K. Bouknight. the father of the
young man Who was killed, lives at
Inno, near Columbia. He formerly
conducted a blacksmith shop In
Newberry end happened to be here
today when the news of the killing
of bis son was received.
Neuro Also Wounded.
Mr. Oxner. who carried .Mr. Bou
knight. and a depot \ to the scene in
his automobile, returned tonight. He
stated that be bad not crossed the
river over to Blahs but the informa
tion which he had received was to
the effect li : t the difficulty in which
the negro shot Bouknight occurred in
Boukilight's blacksmith shop at Blairs
and that the negro was also wound
ed. The negro worked on the Miller
plantation s. v rnl miles this side of
the river and it seems that Bouknight
had been eilgagi d in work on this
place for the past two weeks, having
returned homo last night, .Mr. Oxner
said he h id not learned any of the de
tails iii tin? diltlculty.
lb* said the Fairflcld sheriff and
the Newberry olTlcers were on the
scone and that the Fnlrfleld officer
had brought bloodhounds with him.
Tim negro had not been caught when
.Mr. Oxner left.
Young Bouknight, the deceased,
formerly lived in New bony and some
time ago moved to Blair and es
tablished a blacksmith shop.'He lived
on this side of the river in Newberry
county and his shop was in Fairflold.
Bouknight leaves a wife and four
Sheriff Buford. who was keeping in
touch with the situation by tele
phone, phoned to Pomarla and to
Cnldwells for posses to go to the
MuilSOll Buford, a son of the sher
iff, who returned tonight from near
the scene of the killing of .lames
Bouknight by the negro Suber, says
the information in tin.' community is
t'.iat Bouknight was gambling with a
crowd of negroes, Sober being among
them; that Bouknight went broke
and then went for tin' police and
when he returned with the police
the shooting occurred, Bouknight be
ing killed and Suber wounded in the
o Xeed to Slop Work,
When your doctor orders you to
stop work, It staggers you, "I can t-'
you say. You know you ftro wook,
run-down and failing in health, day
by day, but you must work- as long
as you can stand. Wba! you need is
Electric Bitters to give tone, strength,
and vigor to your system, to proven!
breakdown and build you up. Hon t
b weak, sickly or ailing When ICIee
trio Bitters will 1.em lit you from IhO
first doso. Thousands bless them for
their glorious health and strength.
Try lliem. Every bottle is "uarnnteod
to satisfy. Only Due at Mm re us Drug
Co. a.ml Palmetto Drug Co.
BKOWX WIMi 1M \.
Former Governor of Cracker Slalo
Will ignill linier Knee.
Atlanta. Ca.. Si !>t. 23.?Former
Governor Joseph M, Brown, Who was
defeated for reelecllofi by Governor
Hoke Smith, tonight announced bis
candidacy for the governorship, to be
made vacant when Qov. Smith resign?
next, month to assume bis duties as
United Slates senator. This makes
three avowed candidates in the Hold,
tho others being .lodge lt. B. Bussel,
and J. Pope Brown.
Bloodlno E. v Cross, 510 Glns
Ciires gow Street, Toil
Rheumatism Mouth, Va. Says:
".My wife has used Bloodlno for
Rheumatism with (he most gratify
ing results, after many o!her rem
edies hAve failed tf> do her any
good, she finds it givi s her strength
and ii good appetite, I havo used
It myself and find it has done Ino a
lot of good,"
Laurons Drug Co., Laurons, s. c.
Big shipment of fine Sewing Ma
chines Just received, think of it. a bet
tor machine for Twenty-flvo Dollars
than you can get off of an agent's
wagon for Sixty Dollar:-.. B? sure to
S. m. & !?:. n. Wilkos & Co.
PROFIT ;;j BANK ADVERTISING
Seattle Institution Increased Its !):?
posits '. lircc Million in Lets
Than a Year.
In an nddre.frn bororo the Dallas
(Tex.) Advertising club, recently, S 0.
Dobbs, prcsk" hi of ibe Associated Ad
Voitisitig clubs of America, uald.
amon? bth?r things:
"In Seattle l u re Is a certain bank
that was 15 years getting its ravings
deposits up to $::,000,000. During thai
period a certain young man ' d work
ed up (o a position of some lulhorlty.
Ho went beforo the hoard f direct
ors and suggested advertising. They
wore duly shocked; in fact, somo
Indignant. Hadn't they been adver
tising all those years, publishing nt
stated intervals their financial con
dition? Hadn't they gotten out book
lets showing the front of the build
ing and the burglar-proof vaults?
Hadn't they issued calendars and
souvenirs, all in strictly dignified
"Tho young man, however, persist
ent as well as logical, finally secured
an appropriation. They secured the
sorvicos of a high-class advertising
man who was skilled In hank adver
tising, in ten months the hank In
creased Its, savings deposits to $f..000,
000, or, in other words, accomplished
under the force of advertising in ten
months (and that was during the
panic three years an?) what it had
taken thr-m in years to do ?without nd
vertislng. Today they have savings
deposits excooding $10.000.000.
"In virtually every city in this coun
try one or more papers are bending
their efforts to the giving of a square
dial -publishers who say that no
unclean thing can he advertised in
their columns?who will not print
wildcat land and mining schemes.
The standard magazines aro even in
advance of the dally papers, and aro
eliminating from their pages every
advertisement of a questionable na
ture. Many of our best publications
today Btand hack of and guarantee tho
statements In their advertising col
"Ono publication that I know has
turned down In the past 18 months
approximately $200,000 worth of busi
ness that has been offered bocauso tho
h?ad of this publication could not
recommend the articles advertised to
its read? rs. Isn't your advertisement
or mine worth more In the columns of
this publication? There aro no laws
in our statute hooks that require this
rejection on the part of tho publisher,
but It ir. the high laws of moral eth
ics and right dealing that prompts
ENCOURAGE LOCAL PAPER
Merchants C-hould CoOpernte With It ,
to Advantage of Both, Says Ad
"Few merchants and corporations !
realize the full value of adequate and \
systematic use of nowspapera in ad
vcrtlsing their business," declared;
lien s. Jacobs, advertising mnnagor !
for Conrad Co. of H tstbn, before tho
Pilgrim Publicity association of that;
"a local popor onghl to be encour- ,
aged," said Mr. Jacobs "It Is the most I
powerful agent of public opinion in tho
community and tho broadest carrier of
your own talk aboul your storo. Pa
pers should cater to tho advordsors
and tho merchants should c? operate
With the paper to (he mutual ndvnn- j
tngo of loth. Ttie nowsipapor Is usu
ally willing to do v.hat it can. A
city ought to have c ivic prld ? in n
dean newspaper with modern type,
neatly printed; nhd it this is BO, the1
advertisements generally pay much
better. Co: in touch with the hew I
paper man. lie Is generally n mighty
('.. ci nt sort of fellow, and he and you ;
hould be in but Ines s togotht r for mu- i
Tbe public juc'gcs your faith
In your cjooc'3 by your public
Tho Indispensable necessity of per
sistently advertising even tho best
known aid best proved commodities
may be a poor Indication of the con
stancy and alertness to bs own Inter
estfl of tho general public, bat It has
often been attested and proved true
by business nun of long standing suc
cess and experience. One stich assures
Tip that three yeors' steady advertis
ing was necessary to produce a suc
corsful result, while even after a cum
modlty had an established place in
IhO inafkoi "to be a short time out of
tho advertising was dangerous."
An English Point cf View,
a recent London police court caso
brought to general notice a now
phase of the or.tdoon advertising evil.!
a conntabl ? found a man painting ads,
<i pavement, artd charged hfni with
"WlKhlly depositing point upoh the
You can save money only white you have
money. When old ;?j?;e comes don't let it be
flittered by the folly of your younger days. It is
pitiable to be old and poor. Bank your money
and have your money.
Make OUR Hank YOUR Bank.
We pay liberal interest consistent with safety.
Laurens, S. C.
t N. B. Dial, President C. H. Roper, Cashier
A Home With Rent Money!
The average renter pays for his place every, eight years
but the land lord still owns it. Why Pay Rent?
Vor P? Y AS RH NT
At $120.00 per year in 10 years. $l,f?Sl.fi8
At $120.00 per year in 25 years. SG.fi 1,72
A t S2IO.00 per year in 10 years. $3, 103.30
At $240,00 per year in 25years. 13,lG7.'l3
We will cnt any of ill
as yon desire. We buy a
to suit the small buyer:
About 100 Acres near Walts
Mi Alt.-, located n.c.iir lb c
Hi vor, and known tis (bo llorrol
aero, (l< ponding bit number ol in
ship, bei Ween Kalmlh add Kcedj
Price $15.00 per aero.
1 land out
Hi vor l'?e
corporate limits ol Iho Cily Ol I ?aureus, known n l irays Hill, which
we Will sell in (small building1 (ols, HI lta>o ?1? pi'i OS A (food many
of tbeso lots havo cottages On ihom,
Remember that we ent on any number of acres de
sire;! bv purchaser and give any reasonable time in which
18 pay. We want to make- it po sible for every white
fat nu r in Ranrens Counts- to own his home.
Laurens Trust Company
R. A. CoOpkr, President. C. W.Ti n%Sec. <!y 1*reas.
I? Anderson \ lllakcloy, .Managers l.'i al I tale >alc*.
.Notice to Creditors.
All persons holding claims artr
ti,0 estnto of It. E. Copeland, dc POPHAM'S ASTHMA RF.MLDY
are hereby notified, find required t> pivc.4 inntant i lief and nn^ absol^to euro,
present Iii etil iri ?. '< ; Lauren I, s. c
by mail or olh rwl o, duly pro. n, o
or i? iforo the ; - day of Oclob :? n ?? .
oi bo forever barred. ms? r?> S ?" <?? T1
r (' CnnOlhYid .Ir \<UJ-IA.Vo Ml CO., rroi-?., cicvel
ihilsiratOr J.A!'lir..\s DK?fl f/x
1,1 st gl 'fu!. : ??? I.nhrens, -i. cv