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There Will he a nubile mass meeting
of farmers and all who are interest
ed In farming, at Laurens C. H. Thurs
day, March 14th. Hon. B. W. Dabbs,
president of tho State Farmers Union
Will be present and deliver an address
on subjects pertaining to the welfare
of the farming interests of tho county.
Everybody Is cordially invited to be
O. I\ Goodwin.
Laurens, S. C., March 4, 1012.
chould bo followed by a doso of tho
thon.by avoiding all unplonsant symp
tom.!. It l?dd digestion, euros dyspopsia,
heartburn, gastritis and corrocts nil dis
orders of tho digostivo system. A 25-cont
boitl? doinonstratos its valuo. If you
wish to enjoy ?11 tho hoalth, vigor and
physical comfort that a sound stomach,
innuros, uso Tho Qrovor Graham Dyspep
.1 N STANT RELIEF FROM PAIN.
Three Sizes, 25c, liOc. and $1.00.
0, "tOVER OH AHAM CO.,'lNC>NEWBUHGH,N.y.
Cured By Vinol?Here is Proof
Seymour, Ind.?"I was troubled with
a chronic stomach trouble, and five
?weeks ago it got so bad I bad to givo
up work. I had tried various medi
cines without relief, and was finally
induced to try Vinol. After taking the
first bottle I was greatly benefited.
Am now on tho third bottle and ready
to resume work. Am rapidly gaining
In weight and strength." Edw. Nie
It is tho curatlvo medicinal ele
ments of the cods' livers, combined
with tho strengthening properties of
tonic iron contained in Vinol which
makoa it so successful in restoring
perfect digestion and at tho same
timo it builds up tho tired, over
worked nnd rundown system.
Try a bottle of Vinol with tho un
derstanding that your money will be
returned if it does not help you.
LAUHKNS DRUG CO.
Laurens, S. C.
cured in so minutes wzto /a j j K
Cured fiulrklv. Tdko no substitute.
60c t>v mail or OXprCSS from .Mud.,
Dr. I. J. Sharp & Co., Commerce, Ca..
or 50 from ?tu. ? -i .t .
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens. S. C.
Asl' ma! Asthma!
POPh ...l'S ASTHMA REMEDY
Rives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mail on
receipt of prico $i.oo.
Trial I'nekage by mall 10 rents.
Will JAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*.. Cleveland, Ohio
LAUKENS DRUG CO.
Laurens. S. C,
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
Jno. W. Ferguson C.C. Feathcratono
W. B. Knight
riiROUSON, FEATHERST0N1! & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
Prompt and ooroful attention givan
to all business.
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Court*
prompt attention given to all hua.-'ess.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION
Mr. Creswell Fleming has been in
the city for a tew days.
Mr. J. \V. Henderson made a busi
ness trip to Atlanta last week.
Mr. \v. H. Smith, of Uray Court,
was in the city Frlcay on business.
Mr. W. P. Durst, of Oroonwood, was
a business visitor in the city yester
Miss Agnes Corhett. of Greenville,
is the Charming guest of Miss Sadie
Mr. Hart Richoy lias been spending
a lew days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. \V. It. Uichey, Sr.
Misses Callle and Willie Wollt have
returned home after spending the
week-end in Greenville.
Mrs. II. B. Hart has returned to
Anderson, alter a visit here to her
sister, Mrs. W. R. ltichey.
Mrs. Lou Culbertson and daught
er, Miss Laurence, are spending some
time with Mrs. C. C. Cooper and faml
Mr. Grover Richoy left yesterday for
Florence where he will remain for
a few days visiting his brother, Mr.
Miss Edith Smith, who was the
guest of Miss Toccoa Caine for sev
eral days, returned to her home In
Columbia last week.
Mr. Henry Counts, who now holds a
responsible position in Atlanta, spent
the week-end here with his parents,
Mr. and .Mrs. 1). 11. Counts.
Miss Jeanette Miller, of Greenville,
attended the Skovgnard concert Fri
day evening, being the guest of her
sister, Mrs. .1. G. Sullivan!
Miss Nan Dorroh left Monday morn
ing for Anderson where she has ac
cepted a position in one of the lead
ing millinery stores of that place.
MADDEN NEWS ?
MountVille, March 11.? Last Friday
three little hoys, apparently about ten
Ol' twelve years of age, reached here
on their way home from the Clinton
Orphanage. Two of them are from
near llenrdmont, (la., and the other
from Atlanta. They had not been at
their new home very long and had
become homesick. They had conceived
in Ihelr little minds the Idea of home
and the though) of adventure. So they
lind started out on the long journey
011 fool, following tho railroad lino.
Having reached Mountvllle and made
I known their purpose, Mr. W. 10. Crisp
soon succeeded in gelling their con
sent to return to the orphanage, Mr.
Crisp communicated with the orphan
ago authorities, tool; care of the boys
until the early morning train Satur
day and gave them passage back to
Rov. T. F. Ilanoy of Hnrtsvllle, s.
C delivered an address here Sunday
morning at the Presbyterian church
in the Interest of the endowment fund
for the Presbyterian colleges of this
state. In a Clear and concise manner
lie laid the importance of this work
before his congregation, emphasizing
the points that religion and education
go band in hand and that investments
made in Christian education are lor
God and are absolutely safe. After
the address a meeting was hold and
a committee appointed to canvass the
membership for subscriptions. Sun
day afternoon Mr. Ilaney went from
here to Cross Hill to address the con
gregation al thai place.
Mr. \. Ii. llnrksdnlc of Lanrons pass
ed through town Friday on his way
lo lool; after some business near Head
Springs church and to visit his sis
ter, Mrs. Crawford.
Mr. Paul Fellers went lo Colum
bia last week. On his return Saturday
he was accompanied by Mrs. Lucia
Fclb rs and children of that < Ity who
will spend a few weeks here with Mrs.
.1. I.. Feller's family.
Messrs, Charlton and .lohn Shaw
Sullivan are at home agnin aller two
month's service with tlie Jacob Ad
Mrs. Amanda Fuller has about re
covered from a severe attack of Kripp?'.
f Yon Want.
BROWN'S dm LITTLE TABLETS
Cutm Indigestion, Dyspeptla, Heartburn
Ask at Dr. H. F. I'osey's.
EARL C. OWENS
Gray Court, S. C.
All calls promptly answered anywhere in this
and adjoining counties. The spendid schedule en
ables me to reach you promptly. Long Distance
Phone No. 47
* M0UNTV1LLE NEWS, *
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The friends of Miss Mamie Lang
ston will bo sorry to bear she is not
Dr. Fennell, of Waterloo, was In
our midst recently, having'been tail
ed to see Mrs. Luther Finley. We are
glad to report Mrs. Pinley better.
The new mules of Mr. Jno. A. Mad
den got frightened and ran with a load
of wood throwing Mr. Madden from
the wagon and turning the wood on
him. Fortunately he escaped serious?
Injury, his friends will be glad to
Mr. .lohn A. Wofford was called to
Woodruff last Wednesday on a very
sad mission. Ills older brother Mr.
Lester ('. Wofford was burled. He died
In the Bpartanburg hospital Tuesday
and was brought to Woodruff, his
hopie, for burial. The death is a pe
culiarly sad one, as it makes the first
break in a large family circle. Be
sides his immediate family, be leaves
five brothers. Dr. H. C. Wofford, of
Woodruff. Mr. W. A. Wofford of Swit
zer, Mr. C. O. Wofford of Los Angeles,
CaL, J. H. Wofford, Calexico, Cal. and
J. A. Wofford of Madden and three
sisters, Mrs. Qresham of Sirapoonville, !
Mrs. Cooper of Greets and Mrs. Ed
wards of Swltzer, to mourn his loss, i
Lester C. Wofford was a good citizen
and a good man. lie will be missed in
his home, Iiis community and Iiis
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cuningham of
Clinton were recent visitors here.
They were the guests of their aunt.
Mrs. \V. T. Allison and their uncle Mr.
P. II. Martin.
.Miss Louise Denn has gone to stay
a while with her aunt, Mrs. Chester
Plnson and attend the Oakville school
and Miss Grace Pinley will attend the
Mount Pleasant school and stay with
her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C.
Souk? of the young people took ad
vantage of the bright sunshine Sun
day afternoon and went horseback
Mr. .lohn II. Powers is havini poles
put in place preparatory to having a
telephone put in his home.
Mr. Prolhtts family have had grippe,
but are all up now.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Pinson were
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Miss Fay Cunningham and brother,
Troy, of Cold Point were the week
end gueets of Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Fin
Slate of South Carolina,
Count} of I.aureus.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Wilmington Saving & Trust Company,
li G. Franks, Nancy M. Franks, W.
L. Gray nild Palmetto Hank of Lau
rens. S. C. Defendants.
Pursuant lo a decree of the Court in
the above slated case, 1 will sell nt
public outcry to tlie highest bidder,
at Laurens C. II.. S. C. on salesday
in April next. being Monday the
1st day of the month, during the legal
hours of such sales, the following de
scribed property to wit:
All that lot. piece or parcel of land
lying, being and situate on Chestnut
and Karle streets in the city of Lau
rens, county and state aforesaid, con
tnining one half an acre, more or less,
with the following metres and bounds:
fronting on said Chestnut street 10S I
links and on Harle street 251 links, I
bounded by said streets ami lots of
W, C. Irby and lot formerly owned by
Beatrice Voargln, being the lot con !
veyed to Nancy M, Pranks by \V. C. I
Irby on March is. Isus. the deed there
to being recorded in Hook 8 page IU I !
in Clerk of Court s office for Laurens|
Also, all that lot. piece or parcel
of land, lying, being ami situate with
in two miles of Laurens C. IL. on Clin
ton road, county and state aforesaid, j
containing forty one til; acres, more
or loss, hounded by lands of Mrs. E.
.1. Gnrllngton, .1. I), Chlldress and oth
ers, being the traft conveyed to H
G. Prnilks, by Salllo Hallow on Mine
II. IflOG, ami known as part of the
Also, all that lot, piece or parcel
of land lying, being and situate with
in two miles of Laurens C. IL. on Clin
ton road, county and state nforesald,
containing eighty four ist? acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Hi
ram Gnrllngton, Mart Hunter and
others, being the tract conveyed to
R, G. Franks, by I!. F. Mallow on Juno
11. I00?, and known as the Durnslde
Alst), all that lot, piece or parcel of
land lying, being and situate about
two miles from Laurens C. 11., adjoin
ing tlie above described tract of land,
containing 30 1-2 acres, more or less,
and known as the W. IL Motte place,
bounded by lands known ns W. II.
Motte place, the Scott Templeton
place, ,11m Allen, Hiram GnrllnKton
ami R. G. Franks.
Said lands Bold upon the follow
ing terms: One half cash, and the bal
ance on a credit of one year, to be
secured by the bond of the purchaser,
and a mortgage of the premises, the
credit portion to bear legal interest
from day of ?nie with the leave of
purchaser to pay entire bid in cash,
purchaser to pay for papers and if
jurchaser fails to comply with terms
of sale, Haid premises to be resold at
his risk, upon the same or some sub
sequent salesdav, upon same terms.
JOHN d. OW1NGS,
sheriff Laurens County.
Dated this 12th day of March, a.
d. 1011, 2:i-::t
Some Fun For All The Little Girls
Under 14 Years of Age. Some
Fun--Yes, Lots of It--and a
BUCK'S" JUNIOR RANGE FREE
As First Prize to One of the Little Girls
Beautiful Mahogany Writing Desk Free
As Second Prize to One of the Little Oirls
A Fine Rattan Rocker Free
As Third Prize to One of the Little Girls
Are you going to be that little girl? You are going to try to l?e, aren't you?
Well, then, we want you ?we want every little girl under 11 years of age to
come to our store. We've got something for you that will give you lots of
It's the dandiest picture of a Dining Room, all outlined, and with it we will
give you a box of oil crayons 7 colors in the box.
Won't it be fun to color that picture? Well, I should say so.
And then besides, g'rls, to the one of you who colors the picture most artis
tically and most neatly and on a separate slip of paper writes the nicest little
story telling why she will have a "Buck's" stove or range in her own little
home when she has one, we will give, absolutely free, the real little "Buck's"
Range now shown in our front window.
Come girls, ail of you, there's a picture and box of crayons hen.' for each of
II. WILKES & COMPANY
Symbolizes beauty and practicalness -two things
which must travel together. You can buy a
"No Name" which is the "last word"
in style and it will give you
? plendid wear, fit you and
look well on you.
will cost you
in soft or stiff
Pay the price
you choose. ^4/ ^
Any of them Mi/. W/ft
Ruaran es \ n& f THE
style and 'ffc/f
Claidy & Wilson
SHOES, HATS AND FURNISHINGS
One Price to Everybody Laurens, South Carolina