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IN THE STUD?SEASON OF 1912
The Magnificently Bred Stallion
Grand Son of CHESTER DARE 10
Will stand for eason of 1912 at $20.00 to insur e
standing colt. Limited to 50 approved mares.
Childress Live Stock Co.'s Stables
Property of R. B. CHILDRESS, Laurens, S.C.
Store and lot. Also nice new dwelling of
Jno. M. Moore. Store near Laurens Mill. Good
proposition?see us at once.
Splendid lot and three room House on Sullivan
street opposite Mr. J. J. Plus5s at a bargain.
Good House and lot on Martin Street.
Fine Farm known as Polly Franks place, four
miles above Laurens, near Greenville and Laurens
road. 100 acres worth the money we can sell it
Home Trust Co.
N. B. DIAL, C. H. ROPER,
President. Sec. & Treas.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
We Start with the
Rough Log ~ ^4
We end with the finished product,
and every operation is done by our own
men in our own mills.
Sash, doors, blinds, screens, mouldings,
columns, grilles, newel posts, sningjles, lath,
interior finish, etc.?everything in Duilding
material we furnish in both quantity and
Complete house bills from architect's plans
and builder's lists our specialty.
Bring or mail in your specification. Get our
"Buy of the Maker**
AUGUSTA LUMBER CO.
Winthrop College. March 18?19t2?
A new bulletin called Rural Life Con
ference Bulletin which has just been
issued by Winthrop College contains
several excellent addresses delivered
at the Rural Life Conference held at
Winthrop College during the summer
school. Any one can secure a copy
of this free by writing to Dr. John
son for it.
First term examinations began Jan.
The nnnual report of the Hoard of
Trustees of Winthrop College has
been printed. It contains interesting
and valuable Information about Win
throp. The enrollment this year is
715; tho number that applied for ad
mission was 1356.
Notwithstanding the large number
enrolled and applying, the Board Is
asking the Legislature for less ap
portionment than last year. The mon
ey asked for by the Board of Trustees
is to provide for additional teaching
and executive force and the care of
one of the largest educational institu
tions in the south and the only one
supported by the State of South Caro
lina for young women: also for work
by Winthrop for all the rural school
teachers of the state?for county sup
ervision of rural schools?for the con
duct of an experiment school and for
extension work in household econo
mics In the interest of all the women
and homes in the state.
The trustees claim that Winthrop
is one of the most economical insti
tutions in the country. The economy
that must be practiced in doing all
the work undertaken by the college
with the appropriation asked for is
seen when it is known that it is only
about one-thli the amount required
to run institutions of about the same
size as Winthrop. It seems that South
Carolina could afford to appropriate
as much money for the higher educa
tion of her young women as she wise
ly does for the higher edi&ation of her
young men, but ?3 a matter of fact,
she appropriate far less, although the
young women outnumber the young
men oi the state and a far greater
proportion of them are prepared for
college annually as the high school
records will show.
We do not believe that any institu
tion similar to Winthrop is run more
economically or can show greater or
better results for the money expend
ed by the state. For every dollar ap
propriated by the state on the Win
throp plant we have raised another
dollar from other sources and the
Winthrop plant Is worth more than
twice as much to the state today as
the state has spent on It.
You judgo a man not by what he
promises to do, but by what he has
done. That Is the only true test.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy judged
by this standard has no superior. Peo
ple everywhere speak of it in the high
est terms of praise. For sale by all
( IIM.DRF.N INJURED.
Ordinary Cathartics and Pills and
Harsh Physic t ause Ohstressiug
You cannot be over-careful in the
selection of medicine for children. On
ly the very gentlest bowel medicine
should ever he given, except in emer
gency cases. Ordinary pills, cathar
tics and purgatives are apt to do more
harm than good. They may cause
griping, nausea ano other distressing
after-effects that are frequently health
We personally recommend and
guarantee Rexall Orderlies as the saf
est and most dependable remedy,
which we know, for constipation and
associate bowel disorders. Wo have
such absolute faith in the virtues of
this remedy that we sell it on our
guarantee of money back In every In
stance where It fails to give entire
satisfaction, and we urge all In need
of such medicine to try it at our risk.
Rexall Orderlies are eaten just like
candy, are particularly prompt and
agreeable In action, may be taken at
any time, day or night; do not cause
diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessive
looseness, or other undesirable ef
fects. They have a very mild but po
sitive action upon tho organs With
which they come In contact, apparent
ly acting as a regulative tonic upon the
relaxed muscular coat of the bowel,
thus overcoming weakness, and aiding
to restore the bowels to more vigorous
and healthy activity.
Rexall Orderlies commonly com
pletely relieve constipation, except of
course when of a surgical character.
They also tend to overcome the nec
essity of constantly taking laxatives
to keep the bowels In normal condi
tion. Three sizes of packages, 10
cents, 25 cents, and 50 cents. Remem
ber, you can obtain Rexnll Remedies
In Laurens only at our store,?The
Rexnll Store. Tho Laurens Drug Co.,
103 Main street.
Take notice that on the 20th day of
April, we will renderd a final ac
count of our acts and doings as Ex
ocutors of the estate of J. Ross Dorron
Deceased In the office of the Judgo of
Probate of Laurens county, at 11 o -
clock, a. m., and on the same day will
apply for a final discharge from our
trust as Administrators.
Any persons indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever (tarred.
8. ft. Dorroh,
J. B. Owings,
March 20, 1912.?1 mo.
LOCALS FROM DIALS.
Dial, March 18.?Sunday the 10th
being a bright sunshlnny day, many
were at church to hear Rev. J. P. At
taway. who tilled bis regular ap
pointment at Dials on that day.
Mr. Frank Gray returned to Towns
Prof. Charles F. Brooks, of Nino.*,
six spent the week-end with his moth-1
Mr. H. Y. Simmons .has returned
from a visit to relatives and friends
In Greenwood and vicinity.
Mrs. Floyd Curry spent Monday in
Miss Maggie Harrison is spending
a few days with her parents at Duncan
Misses Fannie and Sallle Brownlee
were the guests of Miss Emma Dial of |
Miss Ruth Glllland of Fountain Inn j
visited MisB Grace Owings Saturdo
Mr. William Drooks was a visitor
in Laurens Wednesday.
Mrs. Mack Campbell has returned to
her home in Greenville, after visit
ing relatives here.
Miss Nlta Hunter or Chlcora, along
with two of her schoolmates visited
her parents last week.
Messrs Alvin Watson and brother
were the guests of Mr. John Curry
and family recently.
The roads here are fit subjects for
a split drag If some one would but
Made Weil By Vinol?Letters
from a Grateful Mother
New Haven, Conn.?"My littlo girl,
ever since her birth, was frail and
sickly and nothing seemed to -do her
any good until we tried yoi . cod liv
er and iron tonic, Vinol As soon as
she commenced *o lake it, I noticed
an Improvement In her health and ap
pearance. She has now taken threo
N^tics of Vinol, and from the good It
has done her I can say it will do all
you- claim for It in building up nnd
strengthening frail and delicate chil
dren." (Name furnished on request.)
Another mother of Chicago, III.,
writes: "I can not say too much In
pralso of Vlnol for delicate, ailing
"Wo ask every mother of a frail,
sickly or ailing child In this vicinity
to try Vinol on our agreement to re
turn their money if it does not do all
LAURENS DltUG CO.
Laurens, N. 0.
Little Girl, have you entered the
"Picture Coloring Contest"? If you
have not, come at once nnd give us
your name, it's lots of fun, and you
stand a good chance of getting a prize.
S. M. & E. H. Wiikes & Co.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Wilmington Saving & Trust Company,
R. Q. Franks, Nancy M. Franks, W.
L. Gray and Palmetto Hank of Lau
rens, S. C, Defendants.
Pursuant to a decree of the Court In
the above stated case, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder,
at Laurens C. H., 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 Earle streets in the city of Lau
rens. county and state aforesaid, con
taining one half an acre, more or less, i
with the following metres and bounds; !
fronting on said Chestnut street HtS
links and on Earle street 2,r>l links,
bounded by said streets and lots of
W. C. Irby and lot formerly owned by
Beatrice Yeargin. being the lot con
veyed to Nancy M. Franks by W. C.
Irby on Match 18, 1 S'.ik, the deed there
to being recorded In Rook S page SI4
in Clerk of Court's office for Laurens
Also, all that lot, piece or parcel
of land, lying, being and situate with
in two miles of Laurens C. H., on Clin
ton road, county nnd state aforesaid,
containing forty one (41) acres, more
or less, bounded by lands of Mrs. E.
J, Garlington, J. D. Chlldress and oth
ers, being the tract conveyed to R.
G. Franks, by Sallio Hallow on Juno
II. 1906, and known as part of the
Tom pi et on land.
Also, all that lot, piece or parcel
of land lying, being and situate with
in two miles of Laurens C II.. on Clln
tu.1 road, county and state aforesaid,
containing eighty four (81) acres, |
more or less, bounded by lands of Hi
ram Qarlington, Mart Hunter and
others, being the tract conveyed to
R. G. Franks, by H. F. Hallow on June
11, 100G, and known as the Burnable
Also, all that lot, piece or parcel of
land lying, being 'and Hltuato about
two miles from Laurens C. H? adjoin
ing the above described tract of land,
containing 30 1-2 acres, more or less,
and known as the W. R. Motto place,
bounded by lands known as W. B.
Motto place, the Scott Templeton
place, Jim Allen, Hiram Gnrhngton
and R. O. Franks.
Said lands sold 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 sale with th? leave of
purchaser to pay entire bid In cash,
purchaser to pay for papers and If
Jurchaser falls to comply with termH
of sale, said premises to be resold at
his risk, upon the snmo or some sub
sequent salesday, upon same terms.
JOHN D. OWINGS,
Sheriff Laurens County.
Dated this 12th day of March, A.
The Sign Painter
Prepared to paint your Signs,
Buggies, Carriages, Wagons,
Bicycles, Etc., in the most sat
isfactory manner. ' - .
Next Door to Sanders Bottling Works
Laurens, S. C.
PURE FERTILIZER MATERIAL!
Each successive year has established the fact that the
successful farmer is one who intelligently studies the
needs of his soil, and the necessary plant food required for
different crops. He prepares his own formula and mixes
the Fertilizer Material accordingly. The results show a
profit to him, both in the cost of his goods, and the in
creased yield per acre.
Wa can furnish your wants in the following high
Hog Tankage, Cattle Tankage, Nitrate of Soda,
Muriate of Potash, Sulphate of Potash, Kainit,
Acid Phosphate, Dry Ground Fish, Sulphate
of Ammonia, Cotton Seed Meal.
By the use of these goods every fanner will be ena
bled to mix his own fertilizer and to know exactly what
he is using on his land. We carry a full line of all Fer
tilizer materials. Write to us for Prices and P'ormulas.
Molony & Carter Company
254 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
MARKET Jl MARKET
The choicest pork you ever ate is to be had at this
market?the choicest, tenderest, most delicious obtain
Our sausage is made of the same quality pork?it
is a delicately seasoned, superb product that will de
light the palate of the most critical epicure.
Our hams and bacons are so cured as to bring out
all the exquisite flavor and excellence.
Try our estabMshment for anything in meats and
poultry and you'll be pleased.
Sloimf s True Blue
Greatest Labor-Saving Invention since the
Cotton Gin. Sold and used throughout the
South for over Forty Years!
Saves Half The Cost in Men and
Mules hv Doing the Work
in Half the Time .
Yoke ^^jLBM^fcfcJ*16 best imPlement ever designed
of Oxen vJL m ^^tofcJ?r runnin2 out the middles
Cannot ^SSMl/f ExtB-aT^^^fc^A ?f both co/n and
Bend #' YBW r i i rnrr^W cotton- Best for
Sie ^fchill lands or low
Beam ' ^S?i PSSk jN?la^ds~/?'0^enine ditchcs
^??ESS? * ? for killing grass ? for
sub-soiling, etc., etc.
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
Rreakers. Endorsed and used by representative
planters in every Southern State.
On Exhibition at Our Salesrooms
J. H. SULLIVAN, Laurens, S. C