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A Home ompany solic
iting your Insurance.
M. R. WILKES, Agent
Laurons, S. C.
Southeastern Life Insurance Co.
Greenville, S. C.
a drink of Good Hot Coffee these
cold mornings? We have the
Coffee both Green and Roasted
to fill your wants.
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Let US sell you 20 lbs. of
Good Rice for $1.00
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Molasses and Syrup in Bbls.
Half Bbls., 10 and 5 Gal. Kegs,
1 and Gal. Cans. We can suit
your taste in these sweets.
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Fresh Patent and Half Pat
ent Flour that will make good
bread and give satisfaction at
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Buy your seed ()ats for spring
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Just received another car of
good Timothy Hay, also some
wood sound White Corn ami clean
i jj^ ;ed ()ats.
' Let your wants he known
and we will do our best to fill
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J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
BIG ARCHITECT BILL
PRESENTED TO HOUSE
Commltteo Submits u Hill uf $13,501)!
for Work which Evidently was not
Intended In the Instructions?Will
It be Paid?
Columbia, S. C, Feb. .">.?A subcom
mittee, composed of W. W. Dlxon of
Falrfleld, F. M. Bryan of Charleston
and C. D. Lee of Darlington from the
State house and grounds, has put in
a claim for $KLr>r>0 on behalf of Todd
& Benson, architects of Charleston.
Of this amount 900 is for a plaster
model of the State house as it would
appear were the plans of tho ar
chitects to bo adopted. The model is
The subcommittee asks the State
to pay the architects $12,000 now,
which is about one-fifth of the total
cost of the plans they have drawn
for remodeling the State house, add
ing xan eastern and a western wing
and a new dome. Tho remaining $650
of the $13,r>r>0, is for the traveling ex
penses of A. W. Todd, senior mem
ber of the firm of Todd & Benson,
wdio is in his third term as a mem
ber of the house.
The minutes of the meeting of the
subcommittee on September 27, 1911,
at which the members of the com
mittee, Qov. Bleusc und A. W, Todd
were present, say in regard to this
traveling expense item:
"Mr. Dlxon then moved that Mr.
Todd visit as many of the members
as possible, and us.! any means In
his power to acquaint them of the
contemplated work, at a cost not to
exceed $1,000." The minutes are sign
ed by w. w. Dlxon.
Tho details of the claim for $13,550
i; told in a special report made by
F. M. Bryan for tho commitco on
State house and grounds which the
' but! ? printed in Its journal Thursday.
From tho report it seems that Todd
& Benson <?!' Charleston were em
ployed as architects by the subcom
Under the terms of a concurrent
I resolution, passed at the last session
; of the house, the governor was au
thorized to appoint a committee or in
struct tho committee on State house
and grounds to employ an architect
who Wits to make estimates and plans
toward carrying out the recommenda
tions of tlie governor in his special
message in regard to the undesirable
proximity of the toilets at the lower
entrances to the State house. The
governor accordingly Instructed the
committee on State house and grounds
to take the action which the concur
rent resolution authorizes.
As a result the subcommittee com
post d of F. m. Bryan, chairman; w.
W. Dlxon and C, D. Lee, drew up an
agreement with Todd & BeilSOU, Char
leston architects, to prepare plans
and estimates for the improvement of
I the State copltol building ami to per
form such other duties as are usual
ly required of architerts. The agree
ment says that for the services so
rendered fees shall bo those estab
lished by the American Institute of
Architects. The institute has. agreed
that, "minimum charge based upon
the total cost of the work complete
Is 0 per cent."
A .w. Todd, member of the house
from Charleston, reported to the com
mittee that to cany on' his plans
would cost In round numbers $1,000,
000. Tbis would make the State owe
Todd & Benson some $00,000. one
llfth of which Is payablo upon the
completion of the preliminary studies
and plans, the remaining four-fifths
Twelve thousands dollars of the
$13,550 which the subcommittee- is
asking for Todd & Benson represents
one-fifth of the amount they may say
is due them for plans for enlarging
the State house by adding an eastern
and western wing and a new dome.
The claim for $13,550 has been re
ferred to the ways and means com
mittee of the bouse, which is expect
ed to make a report soon.
A bill was introduced by P. M.
Bryan of Charleston providing for an
appropriation of $900,000 to carry out
the Todd plans for remodeling the
State house. The bill was reported
unfavorably by the ways and means
THE INWARDNESS OF FILES.
The Cause Is Inside. Use Hem-Rold,
the Inward Itemed).
Inward treatment is the secret of
the successful cure for piles, HEM
HOI I), sold by Laurens Drug Co. and
all druggists under a strict money
back guarantee of satisfaction.
HBM-ROID (sugar-coated tablets)
acts Inwardly, and livens up circula
tion of blood in the flabby, swollen
parts, curing permanently where
salves, etc., only give relief.
HEM-ROID costs but $1 for 24 days'
medicine. Dr. Leonhardt Co., Station
B, Buffalo, N. Y. Write for booklet.
Ware Shoals News.
War?? Shoals, Feb. 0?The young
men gave qluto a number of their lady
friends a "Leap Year" party at the
lovely homo of Mr. and Mrs. ,l< rry C.
Martin, last Wednesday evening. The
homo w:is decorated beautifully with
ferns and pot flowers. The games
played during the evening were "Rook"
and "Sofa Pillow."
Vocal music was rendered by Mr.
(). Walker, and instrumental by Miss
Lain .tones. Those enjoying the hos
pitality of Mr. and Mrs. Martin were
Misses Dalsey, Annie and Lulu Mae
Hughes, Lala Jones, Hnrnio Wallace,
Coro, llnddon, Sara Games, Sara and
Jennie Martin, Sudlo Hnllontine, Leila
Abrain, and Mrs. Alta Williams. Messrs
Walter M. .loins, Porrott Cooper, F.
('. Plnson, I. Frank Ulli, Mason May.
Adam and GcorgO Jones. Cleve and
lake Poland, Dennett and Stepp S.
Beeks. 0 Walker. Wntkins. O. Hen
derson. Thurmnn Biles. Wntklus and
Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor
oxerclse, insufficient mastication of
food, constipation, a lorpir liver, wor
ry and anxiety, are the most common
causes of stomach troubles. Collect
your habits and take Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets and you
will soon be well again. For sale by
Xnlire Dials N<>. 3.
There v ill be a meeting of farmers
of Dlnla school district No. '?> at Shiloh
school house Friday, Feb. Oth., at
o'clock to discus; reduction in cotton
acreage and increase corn etc.
II. S. Wallace.
R. G. Wilson,
J. F. Cray.
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CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
REGULAR BAN AN ZA.
A prominent banker of this city
has received from a friend in North
Carolina a communication setting
forth the details of a business propo
sition which, if established, would
probably prove one of the biggest di
vidend-paying corporations in exis
The banker has concluded that the
proposition is such a good one Green
ville ought to have It, and with the
end in view of raising enough stock
locally to warrant the establishment
of the proposed business here, ho
makes public the letter, hoping that
the proposition will appeal to some
The lettor setting forth the details
of the proposed business rends as fol
Knowing that you nre always in
terested and open for an investment
In a good live business proposition,
I take the liberty of presenting to
you what seems to me a most won
derful business and In which, no
doubt you will take a lively interest,
and perhaps write by return mail
the amount of stock that you wish
to subscribe towards the formation of
a new organization known as the
Automatic Catskin Club.
The object of this company is to
? pcrate a large Cat Ranch In or near
Wilmington. N. ('., where land can
be purchased cheap for the purpose.
To start with, we will collect say,
one hundred thousand cats. Each eat
will average twelve kittens a year.
The skins run from ten cents each
for the white ones to Bovonty-flve
e< nis for the pure black, This will I
give up twelve million siv.ns a year to
sell at the average oi thirty cents a
pleco, making our revenue about
throe million six hundred thousand
dollars a year gross.
A man can skin fifty cats per day
Jat two dollars. It Will take inn to
operate the ranch and therefore the
net profit Will he about nine thousand
eight hundred dollars a day.
We will feed the cats on rates and
; will start a rat ranch next door. The
rats multiply four times as fast as the
cats. If we start one million rats we
will have four rats per day for Ottcll
cat, which is plenty. And then we
, will feed the rats on the carcasses of
the cats, from which the skins have
been taken, giving each rat a fourth
of a COt. Ii will thus be seen that
the business will be ?Oft-UCttllg and
automatic all the way through. The
c;:ts will Catch the rats and the rats
will eat the cats and wo will get the
skins, and the profit.
Awaiting your prompt reply and
trusting that you appreciate this op
; portunity to got in on this "skin game"
Yours very truly,
? -Greenville Dully News.
t OM HU M I .
We Buck up Our Statements with Our
1'crsoiuil Ucputatlon mid Money.
We are so positive that we cat) re
lieve constipation, no matter how
chronic it may be, that we off? r to fur
nish the medicine free of all cost If
We think that it is worse than i !
' less to attempt to cure consilpatlun
with cathartic drugs. Cathartic: may
j do much harm. They may cause a
' reaction, irritate and weaken the how
' els, and make constipation more
Constipation is often accompanied
i and may be caused by weakness ol
the nerves and muscles of the large
; intestine or colon. To expect a cute
you must therefore tone up and
strengthen those parts and restore
i them to healthier activity.
The discovery of the active princi
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I of skilful research chemists. This
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I OX pec ed from the best of the best
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i We want you to tr> Rexall Orderlies
on our guarantee. They are exceed
ingly pleasant to lake and are ideal
for children. They apparently act dl
: reotly on th nerves and muscles of
, the bowels, having, it would seem, a
! neutral action on other organs or
t glands. They do not purge or cause
j inconvenience. If they do not posl
; lively cure chronic or habitual consti
pation and thus relieve the myriads
! of associate or dependent chronic ail
ments, vour money will be refunded.
, Try Rexall Orderlies at our risk,
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' I/an ret i Drug Co., 103 Main street,
Lau r ens, S. C.
Take notice that on the 7th day of
March, I will render a final ac
; count of my acts and doings as Ad
ministratrix of the estate of Nancy .1.
Wilbur, deceased, In the OfllCO of the
Judge of Probate of Laurens county, at
I II o'clock, a. in , and on the same day
j will apply for a final discharge from
; my trust as administratrix.
Any persons Indebted to said estate
' are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date: and all persons
having claims against said estiife will
! present them on or before said date,
1 duly proven, or he forever barred.
Elizabeth R. Grant.
February 7, 1910.?1 mo.
T?UCHIEG SCENES ENACTED
IN GEORGIA'S CAPITAL CITY
Throngs of Health-Seekers Resemble Walking Hospital
and Stories Are Told That Would Wring
Tears From Heart of Steel.
Atlanta, tin., (Special.)?Stories of
strange nml remarkable results that
have been circulated in this city by
hundreds of persons who have us <d
the new Root Juice treatment for
rheuamtlsm, stomach trouble, kidney
disorders and similar complaints,
have reached even the humblest hov
els of the poor and destitute and
throngs of cripples and infirm have
poured Into the headquarters of tbo
screntlst's representative to beg or
buy the Bt range new medicine that
Is said to exert Its powerful Influence
over certain diseases In a manner
that Beems almost miraculous.
Pale faced, weak and sickly wid
owed mothers, with Ill-nourished In
fants clutching at their skirts have
told stories of suffering, sickness,
privation and despair that have
caused strong men to turn away and
hide their tears.
Once healthy and able men now
crippled by the ravages Of merciless
rheumatism, wjjth faces lined and
drawn by pain and Buffering, have
hobbled In on cane and crutch, telling
of families dependent upon them, of
neglected little ones and sickly wives,
begging just one bottle of the great
new liquid that may posses.; the pow
er to change their condition, strength
en their weak and stiffened muscles
and enable them to care for the loved
ones at home.
Such persons have been given Cards
to be signed by any preacher or
clergyman as a recommendation and
which when returned properly tilled
out have been exchanged for full
8l*/cd one-dollar bottles. The cards
ate supplied by the main laboratories
at I'ort Wayne. Intl., and can be ob
tained* by any worthy cud deserving
poor person who needs medicine and
has no money to pay for it
Not only have the poor people be
come interested in the strange liquid,
bin persons in all walks of life; mer
chants, business men. everyone is
talking about Itool Juice and its
So quickly and marvelonsly have
some severe cases been cured that
stories, have 1.n circulated to the
I effect thai the medicine possesses.
niiraculous power, but tills of courso
Is ridiculous and untrue.
Many of those who have used it.
however, say that the good effect h*
felt so quickly that it does seem al
most like a miracle.
Persons who for years havo suf
fered from loss of appetite, Indiges
tion, gas on the stomach, patuu.
belching bad breach, shortness of
breath, and other Buch symptoms of
severe and chronic stomach troublo
sny that the llrst few doses produco
Mr. P. C. Harrison, a well known
plumber of Atlanta, who has been
using the new treatment for rheuma
tism, met a friend on the street the
other day who remarked: "How well
you are looking! The doctor is bring
ing you around In fine shape." "Doc
tor, nothing," Mr. Harrison ropllod,
"I have not seen the doctor for threo
weeks. 1 have been using the new
Hoot Juice treatment that everyone
Is talking about and am feeling tine."
After tolling of the above Incident.
Mr. Harrison Haid, "I have been suf
fering from rheumatism and consti
pation for five years and in wet or
changeable weather my joints would
swell up and pain so terribly that. I
would have to have them lanced. The>
pain was terrific and sweat would!
stand out on my forehead in largo
drops. At times I had no appetite.
COttld not eat (Mid could not sleep or
work. I am a plumber by trade and
am now at work again. I have no
more rheumatism or swollen jninis.
my bowels are regular and I feel like
my old self again, thanks to this great,
Oilier wi il known pi rsons who
have suffered from indigestion, back
aches, headaches, ncrvousiu us, sleep ?
lessness, di/./y spells. weak kid
ney:; nnd bladder, too frequent, scan
iv or burning urine, tired, worn out
and run down reelings, ropoi'l equally
good results and many say that th(l
llrsl lew doses made them feol better.
The Root Juice medicine Is being;
sold in immense quantities and drug ?
ght* everywhere say they have nov ?
er known a medicine foi which (hit
demand was so great.
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Most Friendship cease when t hoy cost, a man
money. Have you over needed money and asked
it of your Friends? What did you get? Have
money of YOUR OWN safely deposited in our
Bank and be independent.
Make OUR Hank YOUR Hank.
We pay liberal interest consistent with safety.
Laurens, S. C.
N. B. Dial, President C. H. Roper, Cashier
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