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when you save and deposit it with this
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THE BANKS^ LAU RENS
YOU SHOULD USE
BECAUSE IT IS
We have on hand 200 squares
that we will sell at COST for Cash.
We want to move it NOW.
! GRAY & EASTERBY
Leading Lumber Dealers
Laurens, S. C.
My Doctor Said
"Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C
" I was In a very low state of health, and was not able to
be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon
began, to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my
housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I
am able to do my housework and to care for my children,
and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough
for the benefits I have received,"
Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for
women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution.
Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains
the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years,
in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to
health and happiness.
If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous,
cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not
try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts
in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test
it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him.
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HON. JOS. T JOHNSON
SPEAKS FOR HARMON
Says Ho HelloTCH (hat the Missouri
Leader Is the Vote Winner of the
Tarty and a Great Harmonlzer.
Congressman Joseph T. Johnson, In
an interview sent out from Washing
ton several days ago, comes out for
Champ Clark for the democratic nom
ination for president. There are the
words of Mr. Johnson:
"I have about decided that Champ
Clark would get more voles than any
candidate we could put up," said Mr.
Johnson. "He would be as accepta
ble to what may be termed the Bryan
wing of the party us any candidate
that we could name, except Wilson,
and he would be less objectionable to
the conservative element than almost
any other man. I belong to the Bryan
school of democracy, or course, and I
have been a great admirer of Wood
row Wilson. I still admire him, and
agree with his political views, but it
just seems to me that Clark is the best
man for us to nominate. Clark is a
simon-pure democrat?his record is
as good as any man's. More than
that he is a great harmonlzer and he
Is a superb leader. The democratic
party owes much to nim for the posi
tion it is in today, and I am dally
growing to be more of the opinion
that ho is the best man for us to
You are probably aware that pneu
monia always results from a cold, but
you never heard of a cold resulting In
pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy was used. Why take the risk
when this remedy may be had for a
trifle? For sale by all dealers.
Hl'HAL ROUTE CHANGES.
All Mail Carriers from the Laurens
Office will Hereafter Leave the Of
fice at the Same Time.
Post master Hicks has announced
that after .March 1st all rural letter
einlies from the Laurens ollicc will
leave at the same time each morning
and the time of departure will be 9: 15
o'clock. This change has been made
so as to allow all sections of the ter
ritory served to get their mail from
the morning trains. Route No. ('?,
which is a loop route getting its mail
from the carrier on Route No. 4, will
also have a change of schedule. The
carrier on this route will leave Mc
Daniel's store each morning at 11:30
Carrier No. 2, who formerly left at
6:30, will hereafter leave at 9:15. This
route runs out by Tylersvllle, Ora and
Carrier No. 4-, who goes out by Ekoin
Madden and on, formerly left at 7:40
and will in the future leave at 9:16.
The other carriers will leave at 9:15
I Instead of 9:^0 as heretofore.
lion to Make Taint.
Take 10 gallons of L. & M. Paint
made of pure Lead, Zinc and Linseed
Oil at $2.10 per gallon. Add 7 gal
lons of Linseed Oil at $1.00 per gal
lon, and make 17 gallons of pure Paint
at a cost of only $1.11.1 per gallon.
It's the best paint that can be made,
It $7.70 l(%s cost than same quan
tity of any other high grade pure
Call on J. H. cv M. L. Nash. Laurens:
.1. w. Copeland Co., Clinton.
Tit UN BANDITS FOII.KD.
When an Iowa Engineer was Ifeld up
He I'uis on Kuli Steam ami LeavesI
Cedar Rapids. la., Feb. 21.?Five
men made an unsuccessful attempt to
hold up train No. 9, westbound, on
the Chicagor & Northwestern railroad
at. 3 o'clock this morning, near Ber
tram, nine rnile.s oast of here.
The train la known as the fast mail,
ar.d cirries no passengers. It was
forced to slow down to four miles an
houj on account of construction work
done on ').<? outskirts of the vll
and it was at this point the men
signaled the engineer to stop,
fi. ; ' ? -.j danger from the Irregit?
method used In signaling, the cn
? ? ? ? r did hot bring his train to a
When the train failed to stop.
. til ' bandits opened fire on tho
<?;?.:.< < r, hitting him In the arm.
Throwing on all steam, tho engineer
? . his train to this city, Where
?-. posse was formed and stnrted in
<ii of the bandits.
HAIR QUICKLY STOTS FALLING.
Itching Scalp Vanishes Overnight and
Dandruff Is Abolished.
There Is one hair tonic that you
can put your faith In nnd that Is
' PARISIAN HACK.
It stops falling hair, or money back.
Drives out dandruff, or money back.
Stops Itching scalp, or money back.
And Laurens Drug Co., the druggist
you know so well Is the man who sells
TARISIAN RACK Is a splendid halr|
dressing; It Is so daintily perfumed
and refreshing that It makes the scalp
feel fine tho minute you apply It. It
Is used dally by thousands of Clever
women who reallzo that PARISIAN
SAGE keeps their hair lustrous and
faclnntlng. If you have hair troubles
get PARISIAN SAOK today at Laurens
Drug Co. and druggists everywhere.
Large bottle f>0 cents.
Big shipment of Enamel Ware Just
received, everything for the kitchen.
S. M. & E. II. Wllkes & Co,
* HEY. LEWIS M. ROPBB. *
Rev. Lewis M. Roper, pastor of the
First Baptist chureh In this city, will
leave Spartnnburg within a short
time. A large ami growing church inr
the city of St. Louis has issued a call
to Mr. Roper, and for several months
he has been considering this. He has
been tendered a place as specialist In
Sunday sehool work for the Baptists
of a western state, and he also has
his under consideration.
Mr. Roper will be called to the
pastorate of the First Baptist chureh
in Petersburg. Va. A general com
mittee was appointed by the congre
gation of that church and instructed
to select a pastor to succeed Dr. W.
C. Taylor. This committee met Sun
day afternoon in the church and heard
a report of the sub-committee which
had the special duty of naming a
This committee recoinmenderd Dr.
Roper of this city, and his name will
be presented to the entire congrega
tion of the church at a meeting on
It has been rumored in the city for
some time that Mr. Roper was se
riously considering leaving Spartnn
burg and it is expected that he will
announce his final decision on next
Sunday. It is stated on reliable au
thority that he will make known his
plans within a few days.
Mr. Roper came to Spartnnburg
from Canton, ()., about elghl or ten
years ago and during his pastorate
the First Baptist church has grown
to be ono of the largest churches In
the State. When Mr. Roper arrived in
Spartan burg the Baptist congregation
worshipped in the little building on;
North Church street where the South
ern Express olllce was afterward lo
cated. He was instrumental in build
ing .the new church on East Main
street and has been most successful
In paying off the church debt. He
has enlarged his congregation greatly
and has always been a leading factor
on the moral force in the city of
spa rtanbu rg.
Mr. Roper Is a most public spirited
man. has taken an active interest In
everything that tended to uplift Spar
tanburg to a higher moral and physi
cal plane, has shown enthusiasm in
all educational and religious work and
also has accomplished much among
the poor. When he leaves Spartan
burg it will be a distinct loss to the
I city, and his numerous friends will
regret exceedingly to learn that he has
decided to devote his energies to an
other field. Mr. Roper is a most
popular man. a good preacher with
a clear, sound mind, and his sermons
are always filled with new thoughts.
When he leaves Spartanburg be will
carry the best wishes of hundreds and
hundreds of friends?Spartanburg
In the earth are sometimes heard be- |
fore a terrible earthquake that warn
of the coining peril. Nature's warnings
are kind. That dull pain or ache in
tho back 'varns you the kidneys need ,
attention if you would escape those
dangerous maladies, dropsy, diabetes
or Bright*! disease. Take Flcctrtc
Hitters at once and see backache fly
and all your best feelings return.
"My son received great benefit from
thoir use for kidney and bladder trou
bles," writes I'eter Bondy, South Rock
wood. Mich., "It is certainly a great
kidney medicine." Try it. GO cents
at Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto
Mr. Allie Lockwood of Clinton, man
ager for the Bell Telephone Company
in this district, appeared before the
city council at its meeting Tuesday
night in the interest of that company.
The company asked a reduction of the
license fee charged for doing business
in ?!::;: city. The license formerly was
$100. Tho council reduced It by %2't,
making tho fee now $7.">. Mr. Lock
wood claimed that the former license
represented 6 per cent of the total
business done by the company in this
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