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W. H. WASHINGTON, Manager
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In the year 1626 Peter Minuit bought the whole
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Laurens, S. C.
N. B. Dial, President C. H. Roper, Cashier
Over-Sea Railroad Celebration
KEY WEST, FLORIDA
Jan. 20th to Feb. 3rd, 1912
Account the above occasion the Atlantic Coast
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Rates from points on its line in South Carolina.
Via Jacksonville & F. E. C. R, R., Jan. 20 and 21.
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I T. C. WHITE, W. J.GRAIG,
Gen. Pass. Agent, Pass. Traffic Mgr.
Wilmington, N. C.
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I Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
WEEKLY REVIEW OF
Condition of the Markets as Told In
Dun*s Weekly Review of Trad.- and
The business outlook is better than
1b indicated by the Current satistk
of bank clearings and railroad earn
ings. In dry goods, while the move
ment continues on a conservative
basis, and with an absence of any
speculative oxpanslon, there is, nev
ertheless, a notable influx of buyers
from all parts of the country, and
both the domestic and export demand
for cottons 1s good.
The Cotton Market.
After working to still higher levels
on the opening day, considerable pres
sure was directed against cotton, and
a moderate decline ensued. It was
considered by many as being nothing
more than a natural reaction follow
ing the recent sharp advance, and
there was a pronounced rally later on
active short covering. The market is
now plainly a two-sided affair, with
the long account showing increased
confidence as a result of the brisk
recovery from the low point touched
when the government crop estimate
was issued early in December. How
ever, the largest bullish interests are
not in favor of a too rapid advance at
this time, although strong support is
furnished whenever actual weakness
is threatened. It is significant that
spot houses have latterly been good
buyers and are advising purchases on
each decline, while the demand from
domestic spinners shows some signs of
broadening out. Moreover, no If111??
emphasis is laid upon the fact that
spot sales at Liverpool have kept Up
well in spite of the Lancashire labor
troubles, which, it Is now contended,
will be adjusted before the close of
the current month On the other hand,
many people are skeptical as to just
when the lockout will end. and the ex
isting uncertainty in this respect tends
to promote more or less nervousness
in the speculative markets. In so far
as the statistical position is concern
ed, depressng features predominate,
since it is becoming increasingly evi
dent that predictions of 15,500,000
bales or over for this season's crop
are apparently justified. This view
was strengthened by the ginning re
turns made public by the Census Bu
reau on Tuesday, .the figures showing
thai 14,332,706 bales had been account
ed for up to the last day of December,
or fully 1,867,000 bales above the pre
vious high record, established in 190'.).
Of even greater significance, however,
is the fact that in five states the
quantity ginned already exceeds the
entire government allowance for those
sections, the gains ranging from some
13,400 bales in Florida to over 63,000
bales In Georgia, while In Oklahoma
the ginning is within 12,.">00 bales of
the official estimates for that state.
When It Is remembered that the gin
ning reports will continue to come
in until around the end of March,
and assuming that 500,000 hales may
be added for (inters, It Is not difficult
to see that the commercial crop will
probably exceed 15,600,000 bales. As
regard the outlook for the new crop,
which is now attracting attention, a
good deal of discussion is heard about
the threatened reduction In acreage,
owing to the big decline In values dur
ing the past year. Obviously, nothing
definite can be known at this time as
to what will be done in the spring,
but It is at least gratifying that there
has been ample rainfall over a large
portion of the belt this winter.
From the opening of the crop year
to January f>, according to statistics
compiled by the Financial Chronicle.
9,6ir?,066 bahs of cotton came into
sight as compared with 8,464,750 hales
last year and 7,406,528 bales two years
ago. This week port receipts were
351,269 bales, against 264,502 bales a
year ago and 101,200 bales in 1010.
Takings by northern spinners for-the
crop year to January were 1,105,163
bales, compared with l,20r>,020 bales
lasl year and l,2r>2,327 bales two years
ago. Last week's exports to Great
Drltian and the Continent were 110,
906 bales against 221,378 in the same
week of lall, while for the crop year
5,487,721 bales compared with 4,554,
480 bales In the previous season.
Stocks of American cotton <n the
United States on January 5 were 2,
545,227 bales, against 2,059,606 bales]
in 1911, 1,625,384 bales in 1910 and
1,977.141 in 1909; and In Kurope and
afiont 2,364,880 bales, against 2,282,
714 bales last year, 2,283,1140 in 1910
and 2,659,714 in 1909; a total of 4,*
910,107 bales, against 4,342,410 bales
In 1911, 3,909,024 bales in 1910 and
4,636,855 in 1909.
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For years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven,
Mich., a civil war captain, as a light
house'keeper, averted awful wrecks,
but a queer fact Is, he might have been
a wreck, himself, if Electric Bitters
had not prevented. "They cured me of
kidney trouble and chills," he writes,
"after I nad taken other so called
cures for years, without benefit and
they also Improved my sight. Now, at
seventy. I am feeling fine." For dys
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and kidney troubles, they're without
equal. Try them. Only 60 cents at
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* , TYLERSVTLLE DOTS., *
Tylersvlllc, Jan. 15.?Although this
is a new country from which to hear
from we are not dead by any means
and trust that everyone will enjoy
hearing from us.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poole were in
Laurens on business last Thursday.
MIsb Nonnle Clark returned to Sa
luda, N. C.i last Wed"esday to resume
her studies in the seminary.
Mtb. George Donnan and Mrs. Eula
Jones of Ashevllle. N. C. visited rela
tives here last week.
Mr. Marvin Sanders has accepted a
position with the Jacob Printing Co.
The New Y'enr arrived with rain and
All the girls and boys have return
ed to their work nfter spending a jol
ly Christinas with friends and rela
Sunday being snowy everybody sat
around their fireside talking.
For sore throat there is positively
no remedy that will relieve so
Quickly and cure permanently the
most aggrevatcd case, as Hloodlne
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
The Pension Commissioner or a rep
resentative of the County Pension
Hoard will be In the county auditor's
ofllco each Saturday in the month of
aJnuary ensuing with proper blanks
for the purpose of receiving new ap
plications and properly filling same,
and giving transfers to other counties.
Township representatives are re
quested to furnish the County Pension
Hoard with a correct list of nnmes of
all Confederate soldiers, and the wid
ows of soldiers who have died since
the first day of March last; also the
names of all who have moved out of
The following is a list of township
Laurens Township, Capt. o.Thn M.
Sullivan Township, Capt. W. D. Sul
Scuffletown Township, Capt. W. A.
Youngs Township, Capt, W. P. Cok
Hunter Township, R. Pres Adair.
Jacks- Township, V. H. McCrary.
Waterloo Township, P. II. Madden.
Cross Hill Township, .1. P. IOleldge.
Dials Township, Robert Stoddard.
It is hoped we will have .1 report
from each township representative,
either in person or by letter. The
County Pension Hoard will meet the
first Monday in February, PJ12.
\V. P. COKER, Chairman.
County Pension Hoard.
Jan. 8, 1912.
Constipation is the cause of many
ailments and disorders that make life
miserable. Take Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets, keep your
bowels regular ahd you will avoid
these diseases. For sale by all deal
nor:nils 11 ip school. *
Honor roll of toe Friendship school
for the month ending aJnuary 5, 1912.
Is as follows:
First Grade ? Willie Grumbles,
Second Grade?Mary Martin. Rhett
Fourth Grade?Ethel Dial.
Fifth Grade?Raymond Cooke, Leona
Sixth Grade?Karle Wallace. Law
rence Cooke, Merrill Henderson.
Seventh Grade?Luclle Riddle, Sarah
Lou Hobo. Anna Dial.
Bighth Grade?Paul Hobo.
Ninth Grade?Emma Henderson, Al
When buy , a cough medicine for
children bea. in mind that Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy Is most effectual
for colds, croup and whooping cough
and that It contains no harmful drug.
For sale by all dealers.
State of South Carolina,
Count) of Laurens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
J, W. Leak, Plaintiff
Casper Watts, Defendant.
Pursuant to a decree of Court in the
above stated case, I will sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder, at Lau
rent?, C. IL, S. C, on Salesday in
February next, being Monday the 5>th
day of the month, during the legal
hours for such sales, the following de
scribed property to wit:
All that tract, piece or parcel of
land, situate in the city of I<aurens,
In county and state aforesaid, con
taining seven-tenths of an acre, more
or less lying south on FU mlng St. and
bounded north by said Fleming street,
west hy C. A W. C. Ry. track, south by
lands of Caroline McMorris, east by
Terms .of sale: One-half cash, bal
ance to he paid twelve months from
date of sale, the credit portion to be
secured by bond and mortgage of the
purchaser over the said premises,
bearing legal interest from date, with
leave 'to purchaser to pay his entire
bid In cash. Purchaser to pay for pa
pers. If the terms of sale are not com
plied with, the land to be resold on
same or some subsequent salesday on
same terms, at risk of former purchas
John F. Bolt,
c. C. C. F. k O. 8., Laurens, 8..C.
Dated this January 12, 1912.
Peaches take more Potash
from the soil than any other fruit crop.
It has been conclusively proven that flavor and
shipping quality are not secured unless there is an
adequate supply of
The best growers use from 100 to 200 pounds of Muriate of Potash
annually on" their orchards in addition to the phosphate. The applica
tion of mineral fertilizers should begin when the trees are planted, so as
to insure strong wood and early bearing, continuous fruiting and
longer bearing period. ,11
Most peach orchards starve to death at a time when they should
be giving their very best returns. Feed them a bal
anced ration and reap the profits.
Write us for Potash prices and free
books with formulas ami directions.
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The best implement ever designed
for running out the middles
??V-i ?* both corn and
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Point F ^fehill lands or low
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? for killing grass ? for
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light Enough for ONE MULE?Strong Enough for TWO!
For level and steady running, light draft and turning
qualities, the "True Blue" surpasses all other Middle
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planters in every Southern State.
On Exhibition at Our Salesrooms
J. H. SULLIVAN, Laurens, S. C
(TIAILESTON & WESTERN CAROLINA RAILWAY.
Change in Schedules, effective 12:01 a. in. Sunday, Nov. LT,, 1011.
Main Line?-Spartanburg Division?Spartanburg-August a.
N. ft.?The following schedule figures are published only as information
and not guaranteed.
Westbound Trains. . East bound Trains.
3 1 Stations 2 4
4:20 p m 7:15 a in Lv August Ar 12:10 p 111 10:25 p m
4:48 7:44 Martinez 11:40 9:55
4:67 7:53 Evans 11:30 9:47
5:08 8:05 Woodlawn 11:19 9:34
5:25 8:28 Clarks Hill 11:04 9:19
5:36 8:33 Modoc 109:08
5:43 8:41 Parksvllle 10:43 8:59
5:54 8.52 Plum Branch i0-.:u 8:48
f,:05 9:03 t McCormlck 10:22 S:36
C:21 9:19 Troy 10:01 8:18 '
0:32 9:30 Bradley 9:53 8:07
P:42 9:42 Verdery 9:42 7:56
7:0t 10:01 Greenwood 9:25 7:30
7:20 10:20 Coronaca 9:08 7:20
7:37 10:37 Waterloo 8:62 7:04
7:47 10:17 Cold Point 8:42 6:54
7:55 10:55 Maddens 8:35 0:47
8:10 11:10 Lau r ens 8:20 ? 6:32
S-.28 11:28 Ora 8:05 6:15
S:35 11:35 La n ford 7:56 6:08
8:40 11:40 Enoree 7:51 6:03
S:50 11:56 Woodruff 7:::.". 5:47
0:08 12:08 Swlt/er 7:22 5::i4
0:14 12:11 Moores 7:16 5:28
0:24 12:24 Boebuck 7:07 5:19
9:40 p m 12:40 p m Ar Spartanburg Lv 6:50 a m 5:02 p 111
Greenville Branch Liiurens-tJrecnvIlic.
?55 52 Station ?51 53
8:10 p m 2:35 p m Lv Laurens Ar 8:20 a m 1:45 p m
8:28 2:51 Barksdalc 8:03 1:29
8:34 3:01 Cray Court 7:57 1:22
8:38 3:05 Owlngs 7:53 1:17
8:50 3:17 Fountain Inn 7:40 1:05
0:01 3:30 Slmpsonvllle 7:29 12:50 1
9:12 3:42 Mauldln 7:17 12:38
0:30 p m 4:00 p m Ar Greenville Lv 7:00 a m 12:20 p in
*?54 and 55 are dally except Sunday.
ERNEST WILLIAMS, O. P. A., A. W. ANDERSON, SUPT.,
Augusta, Qa. Augusta,' Qa.
COMJMRIA, NEWBERRY A LAURENS RAILWAY.
N. B. The following schedule figures are published only as Information
and not guaranteed.
?54 53 Station 52 ?55
8:20 a m 2:12 p m LV l.aureus Ar 2:12 p m 7555 p m
8:44 2:35 Clinton 1:50 7:35
9:32 3:20 Newberry 12:66 6:44
19:50 3:34 Prosperity 12:42 6:26
11:15 4:55 Ar Columbia Lv 11:15 ' 5:0o
6:20 Ar 8umter Lv 9:41
10:00 p m Ar Charleston Lv 6:15 a m
??Trains 54 and 55 run solid between Oreenvillo and Columbia dally ox
copt Sunday. These trains stop at Garvals St. Station, while trains 52 and
53 go to Union Station.
Sblld through trains between Greenville and Charleston via Laurens aud
T. C. WHITE, General aPssengar Agent.