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IAN FOUND ON TRACK I
lroad Laborers Make Ghastly DIs
overy Near Green wood? Man Killed
Greenwood, Oct. 13.?The body of I
an unknown man who had been
ground to death uy a train on the
Soaboard Ail Line was found today
uear Sala'.:. th?ee rui';s west of 'own
by a gang of railroad laborers, ^he
body had rolled down an embank
ment after being run over by the |
train and was hidden from view by
vines and bushes. From all indica
tions the man had been dead at least
ten days. The body was horribly
mutilated and the examining physl
'diqJS; plans of clan, Dr. J. B. Owens, could not be
't hin three positive as to color. From tho hair
p to second ho Judged it to he a white man. A
ould see fit piece of paper, a bill for goods sold,
additions to had the name "\Y. B. llosey" on it,
ud this so far is the only clue upon
which to go upon to establish tho^in-J
Coroner Shadrach empannVsllcd a
jury of Inquest this afternoon hut
the jury could do very little other
than find a verdict that the unknown
man came to his death by being run
over by a train. Who the man is
or when the fatal accident happened
will likely remain a mystery. The
clothing was of an ordinary quality,
rather cheap, and appeared to have
seen considerable wear.?The State.
t least double
>r by the exist
t two battleships
t today made
;sels to be as
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and while the
not equal the
ay the German
ist summer, the 12G
Ith their tremendous
13,844 tons, are really
inn the German fleet.
ieet will comprise 102
?sses with B total dls
"?09 tons, and the Pa
isels of 116,245 tons.
>cts will include 32
tile the German fleet
e American battle
25 and the armored
ie German fleet in
s and six armored
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We Hack up Our .Statements with Our
Personal Reputation and Money.
We are so positive that we can re
lieve constipation, no matter how
chronic it may be, that we offer to
furnish the medicine free of all cost
if we fail.
Wethink that it is worse than use
less to attempt to cure constipation
with cathartic drugs. Cathartics may
do much harm. They may cause a
reaction, irritate and weaken the how
els, and make constipation more chron
Constipation is often uooomnainled
and mny be caused by weakness of
the nerves and muscles of ti?? lai?ne
intestine or colon. To expect a cure
you must therefore tone/., ap and
strengthen those parts and restore
them to healthier aclviy,
The discovery of the active princi
ple of our remedy involved the la>
bor of skillful research chemists."Tp ?
remedy produces results such as tve^
expected from the best of the be*rt
ktiown intestinal tonics, and it is par
ticularly prompt in its results.
We want you to try Rexall Order
lies on our guarantee. They are ex
ceedingly pleasant to take and are
ideal for children. They apparently
act directly on the nerves and muscles
of the bowels, having. It would seem,
a neutral action on other organs or
glands. They do not purge or cause
nconvenlence. If they do not posi
ely cure chronic or habitual con
?tlon and thus relieve the myriads
?soclate or dependent chronic ail
your money will be refunded,
all Orderlies at our risk. Three
nackages, 10c, 25c, and 50c.
you can obtain Rexall
Ip this community only at
-The Rexall Store. The
tug Co., J03 Main street,
u spend your money for ?
co when you can buy
M1MON and SQUARE j
'odd & Simpson at the
; common kind will cost!
iH'TII CAIOLIN \,
of Common I'D
is. J. F. Davis Alice L.
'' Abercfomble, Jeffer
l Ella B. Donnon,
I.. Davis and
of the Court
. I will sell at
llghest bidder, I
. on Salesdny >n
Monday the 6th
during the legt!
es, the following
if land lying, being
? county of 1.aureus,
or less, bounded on
. V. I try son. East by
s nith by Mrs. "E.
on the West by .1. 41%.
Sale: One-half cash, bal
paid twelve months from
le, the credit portion to he
v months from date of sale,
it portion to be secured by
d mortgage of the purchaser
e said premises, hearing legal
i from date, with leave to pur
to pay his entire bid In cash,
baser to pay for papers. If the
, ,,i sale are not compiled with.l
land to be resold on same or some
i,sequent Salesdny on same terms,
risk of former purchaser.
JOHN F. BOLT,
C (? C P. & G. S.. Laurens. S. C.
this Oct. 16, 1011, 3L
?RED IN 30 MINUTES WITH /*} ?
Curr-d quickly. Tnko no -iiSstilute.
,,}60e liv mall or express from Mant.,
Dr. I- J. Sharp A Co., Commerce, Ca.
or 50 from druggists.
urens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
To People Who Want to Trade in
the best place to go is to a Real Estate office.
People go to Drug Stores for Drugs?not
Beef. They go to Clothing Stores for Clothing
?not for Flour. Therefore, if your mind is
inclined to buy Real Estate our office is the
piace to go.
Oscar W. Babb's house and lot on South Harper Street for
sale, price $3,100.
80 acres in 1-1 mile of the little village of Rarksdale. 7 miles
north of Laurens. Improvements are very good. Price $:i5.00 per
acre. Known as the Simpson land.
334 acres in Greenville county known as the John H. Latimer
place. 4 horse farm in cultivation, near Princeton. The new pro
posed Augusta oi Greenville railroad is going through this place.
Will cut In small tracts or sell as a whole $1S.00 per acre. Most
any kind of terms.
117 acres of farm land, 1 mile helow Cold Point, hounded by lands
i of Joe Pearce and others; near the C. & W. C. railroad. Price ?22.50
per acre, terms?one-half cash, balance In two years.
201 acres between Watts .Mill and Ora, known as the Sam Neigh
bor's place. Will cut in half or sell as a whole. The place now
belongs to M. B. Pool. For a quick sale will sell for $35.00 per acre.
400 acres of good land on Enoree river near George Byrd and
known as the Llnson place, now belongs to M. B. Pool. Will sell
for $22.50 per acre, good terms with interest.
Don't forget the 110 acres in Greenville County, belonging to
R. P. and T. G. Traynham, good investment for a young man. Price
$25 per acre, good terms.
For a short time you can buy the W. A. Traynham place for
$50.00 per acre. It is worth while.
10 acres with good 5-room new cottage In the town of Cold
Point. Price $1250.00 and on good terms.
Laurens street running north and south. We have on west side a
C room two story house, electric lights, water works, and sewer
age conucctlon. Price $2500.00. good size lot.
On the corner of Jail and Caroline streets we have a good 6 room
brick bouse, lot 70 by 75, electric lights, water works and sewer
age. An Ideal place for warehouse, garage, store buildings, and
only one-half block to public square, the lot alone is worth what
we ask for it.
Also on Laurens Btreot a nice cottage for sale, price $3000.00.
140 ncres 3 miles north of Laurens. 100 acres in oulfivation, 2
good tenant houses, well watered. Price $42.00 per acre.
One ten-room house and lot on Church street, 100 foot front,
about 200 feet deep, electric lights, water works, sewerage and all
modern conveniences. Price is cheap, come quicL if you want a bar
172 acres between Laurens and Boyds Mill, 2 good pasture.-., good
7-room dwelling house, the owner says there is practically no
lies on it. Will sell for $40.00 per acre. One hundred and twen
five ncres In cultivation, balance in woods and pasture, 2 good
300 acres 7 miles from Laurens, known as the Eddie Hender
son^place, 200 acre3 In cultivation; lots of fine woods; for a quick
sale will let her slide for $20.00 per acre. See us quick for informa
tion. See Jfchn F. Bolt.
The same 425 acres in Newberry County is for sale and at the
same price, $12.50 per acre. This place is well watered lots of
good timber, 2 or 3 good houses and about 150 acres in cultivation;
only fi miles from Whltmire, S. C.
We want every farmer and all other real
estate owners in Laurens county to list their
property with us. We can always find a pur
chaser for you. Come around and talk it over
Bjshep & Wolff
UFurens, South Carolina
Money to Loan
We have Honey to loan to j
the Farmers of Laurens County
who desire to store and hold their j
cotton. Call and we shall be glad \
to explain our plan.
"Make Our Bank Your Bank" i
Enterprise Bank j
Laurens, S. C.
N. B. Dial, President G. H. Roper, Cashier