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The Best Products of the Best
ARE TO BE FOUND
IN OUR STOCK
No trouble is too great for
us to tr/lce in pleasing our cus
tomers and we will be glad to
have you call on us.
Guaranteed to keep your
Stock in a healthier and
Guaranteed the BEST
Egg Producer and Dis
ease Preventative. Ev
ery'package of the above
Remedies sold on a per
sonal guarantee, backed
Laurens Drug C>., Palmetto
Druu" Co. and Hunter & Co.,
Laurens, S. C, T. M. & J.
B. Pinson, Cross Hill, S. C.,
S. N. Crisp, Mountville, S.C.,
Waterloo Cash Co., Waterloo,
Citation for 1,otters of tdmlllistrntlon.
Stale of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
By O. C. Thompson. Probate Judge:
Whereas. Joe Williams, administra
tor with will annexed, inado suit to nm
to gSfint him Letters Of Administration
of the Estate and effects o!' Maria Wil
These are therefore, to eito and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
ami creditors of the said Maria Wil
liams, deceased, that they he .and ap
pear before mo. in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held tit Laurens C. IL. S.
c. on t ue 12th day of April iV12 next,
after publica!:':; hereof, at ii o'clock
in the forenoon, to show cause, If any
they have, way the said Administra
tion should not ho granted.
Olvon tinder my hand tl i. 27th day
of March Anno Domini 1012.
o. c. Thompson,
Notice of f inal Settlement.
Take notice that on the 27th day of
April. 1012 at 1') o'clock a. m. I will
render an account of my actings and
doings as administrator of the estate
of J. I'. Saxon, deceased, in the office
of O. 0. Thompson, as Probate Judge
for said COUrtty and State, at Laurens.
Suith Carolina, at which time I will
apply for a final discharge as such ad
All persons holding claims against
said estate are required to present
them duly proven at Bald time, or they
will be forever barred; and all persons
indebted to said estate are required
to make payment to mo.
C. A. Saxon,
As administrator of the estate of J.
P. Saxon, deceased.
March 27. 1912.?1 mo.
Files! Pilo?! Piks!
William?' Indian Pit* Otn?atnt will our*
Blind, Blecdln* and IUjhla? PIIm. It a?
?orha the tumori, allaya Itching* at once,
aeta aa a poultice, g-tvea Inatant relief.
"William?' Tatilan Pile Ointment la pre
pared for PlUe and itching af the privat*
ports. Drwunriata, mail 80c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFO. CO.. Prapi.. Cleveland. Ohio
LAURRNS DEU? vJL
Laarens, S. C
We are showing the most up-to-date
line of Baby Carriages and Co-carts
to he found In the state, we have just
what you want and our prices wll
save you money.
S. M. & E. II. Wllkes & Co.
? TYLEHSVILLE DOTS. *
Tylersvllle, April L?Rev. J. C. Da
vis delivered a very Interesting ser
mon at Sandy Springs last Sunduy
Mr. J. W. Donnan spent a few days
in Spartanburg on business last week.
Miss Nina Poole of Spartanburg and
Messrs Uufus Hryson of Atlanta, (5a.,
and \V, C. Winters of Tylersvllle spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. 1'. I'oole
Miss Lydia Peterson of Spartan
burg spent the week end with relatives
Mr. W. B. Clark of Greenwood
spent the week end will? relatives
Miss Lucy Donnan and Margaret
Cunningham spent the week end with
relatives in Clinton.
Miss Ella Pererson and Mr. Ross
of Taylors spent Sunday in the neigh
Several from too ncighborhoodd
was In Laurens on business Satur
Mr. Russell Poolc spent Sunday
with relatives here.
Miss Emma Donnan visited Miss
Mattle Belle Peterson last week.
Mr. Martin oPole spent Sunday in
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cleveland spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Byrd
There will be services at Sandy
Springs next Sunday evening at four
Puts Lud to Had Habit.
Tilings never look bright to one with
"the blues." Ten to one the trouble is
a sluggish liver, tilling the system
with Bilious poison, that Dr. King's
New Life Pills would expel. Try thetn
Let the joy of better feelings end "the
blues". Best for stomach, liver and
kidneys. 25c at Laurens Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
CLINTON COLLEGE ?< IIEDI'LE
The Presbyterian College at Cliuton
Will Have Attractive Schedule for
The base ball sehedu!of the Pre- '<
bytcrlan College n*. CHn'on has been
made public and Is found below. The <
ilate of the game with the College of <
Charleston, however, is uncertain but
it is supposed that the game will take 1
place on the 10th ?t Clinton. 1
April 1?Furman at Clinton.
April 2?Furman at Clinton. it
April Woffprd at Spartanburg.
April ?'.?Woffprd ai Spartanburg. h
A . II :?Citadel ?< Clinton. |<
No I U SK M? UM HI.
V Statement ?>. Pacta Racked hj a
We guarantee immediate and :
live relief to all sufferers from con
st i pat ion. In every case where ou:
remedy fails to do this we will return
the money paid us for it. That's a
frank statement of facts, and we
want you to substantiate them at
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, gripping, excessH ?
looseness, or other undesirable effects.
They have a very mild but posltl e
astlon upon the organ.-, with which
they come In contact, apparently;
? i< ii111.-: as a regulative tonic upon the,
relaxed muscular coal of the bowel,
thus overcoming wekness, und sid
ing to restore tub bowels to more]
\ IgerotlS and healthy activity.
Rexall Ordei'llos are unsurpnssiboI
ami ideal for tho use of children, old
folks and delicate persons. We can
not too highly recomini ml them to all
sufferers from any form of constipa
tion and its attendant evils. That's
why we back our faith in them with
our promise of money back if they
do not nuc entire satisfaction. Three
sizes: I-' tablets 10 cents, tablets
cents and so tablets .">() cents. He
mombcr, you can obtain Rexnll Rcin
odlos in Laurens only at our store?
The Rexall store. The Laurrens Drug
Co.. 103 Main street.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to extend our sincere
thanks to our friend of Cross Hill and
Mountville and to the people of Lau
rens county for the many generous
favors, kind help and attentions so
freely given by them during our re
cent bereavement and sore affliction
caused by the death of our husband
son, and brother. May the Ix>rd repay
every one with abundant blosslngs, is
the earnest prayer of yours sincerely.
J, M. Bryson and Family.
Relieve Indigestion Quickly.
A little tablet called "Digestif has
brought Instant relief to thousands?
their own statements are proof. Two
or three tablets after meals or when
suffering stops fermentation, prevents
distress, relieves Indigestion and cures
dyspepsia. "Digestif Is sold with
the distinct understanding thru your
money will be refunded if you want it
?50c. Ask at B. P. Posey's.
See us for all kinds and .all sizes
S. M. & E. II. Wllkos & Co.
Waterloo. Mart h 30.?Mrs. J. Casper
Smith charmingly entertained the Aid
Society of tier church, on Monday at
ternoon, a large number of members
and some visitors being present. The
Smith home, always hospitable and in
viting, was especially charming on
this occasion with quantities of spring
Mowers?violets tilling the dining-room
with their dainty fragrance, wherein
the guests were invited for refresh
ments, after the usual business ses
Misses Ethel Willis and Bessie Can
non, of Cray Court, came over to hear
Skovgaard on Tuesday night, from
Coronaca, where they are teaching,
and were guests of Miss Wynon.i Long.
Rev. J. T. Miller, pastor of the
Methodist church, left last night for
Washington, 1). C, to he with hid
son, who is critically ill. Mr. Miller
has many friends who sincerely sym
pathize with him in his trouble.
Mr. Rex W. Lanford was a business
visitor to Woodruff Monday.
Mr. Frank Pearce, of Harksdaie,
spent several days this week with Wa
Mr. J. Casper Smith, cashier of the
Rank of Waterloo, was the guest of
business friends in Laurens Tuesday.
Mrs. Clyde Keller has returned to
Greenwood, after an enjoyable visit to
her mother, Mrs. Eugenia Winn.
Mr. Joseph M. Pearce is at home
from a business trip to Columbia.
Mr. Theodore .1. Garret! has return
ed from a brief business visit to Au
Mrs. J. IPttS Henry lias returned to
Greenwood, after a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Fuller.
Mr. HentZ Hughes, of Columbia, is
enjoying a visit to his daughter, Mrs.
Telford S. Royd.
Rev. Mr. Ezell filled his regular ap
pointment in the First Baptist church
Sunday morning and evening, return
ing to Woodruff Tuesday.
Mrs. J. H. South, of Greenwood,
8pent Sunday with her parents, Mr.
Etnd Mrs. J. A. Fuckett.
Mrs. Elizabeth Pearce is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. James B. Wharton. in
Hi e en wood.
Miss Pauline Nichols is the guest
:his week of Mrs. J. J. Dendy, in Lau-.
Mr. W. M. Dendy. of Laurens, is in .
iwn, looking after funning Interests;
Mr. Thomas II. Carter, of Cross Hill,
as tli- guest Monday, of the family j
' Mr. R. A. Anderson, Sr.
Mrs, W. L. Blake, or' Coronaca. was]
? St tills VV ':; of Mrs. J. Robert,
lei ? oil Jr was a busi
? inn has i et urned from
i Io New York.
ackwelder, a prominent
Dr. Isadore .-"' hay- ? i ?: Laurens,;
was in '.own professionally Monday.
M. Rebecca Addison, Wilma
Ramey, Mrs, Laura Burnsb'e, and'
Messrs J. Marvin Anderson, Broadus]
Pluson, Robert Crisp, B, B Goodman,
RufUS Walk?-:- and .[. Jf<-:ny Rn or,
were among those from Cross Hill,
coming up Tuesday night to boar
FINE FOR WEAK BACK
AMD KIDNEY TROUBLE
Quickly Relieves Backache
and Soreness, Strength
ens Kidneys and Builds
Up Entire System.
Tin- remarkable manner in which
the now Root Juke treatment relieves
backache, soreness over the kidneys,
too frequent, highly colored, seamy
or burning urination, headaches,
dizzy spells, putty circles under the
eyes, sickness a' the stomach, ex
hausted, worn out, dragging feeling
and other common symptoms of weak
or congested kidneys and bladder is
attracting the attention of medie.il
men and others all over the country.
The first few doses usually bring
pronounced relief even in severe
cases and persons who suffered for
years and whom doctors and medi
cines have failed to benefit, ?,! t n
complete recovery after a short treat
Mr. John Listenberger. 26i0 S
Wayne Ave., Fort Wayne. Ind.. who
suffered from kidney an dllver trou
ble for years, says, "I found a speedy
cure by taking four bottles. It Is the
greatest medlctno In tho world for
Mr. L. M. Stevens, 725 Chestnut
St., Atlanta, Ga.. says: "My wife suf
fered five years. She could not sleep
I and got no nourishment from her
food. Doctors gave ber no relief.
The first bottle of the Root Juice
gave her great relief."
Any honest, up-to-date druggist can
supply Root Juice or will be glad to
get R for you. Tricky attempts to
sell something "just as good" or "al
most the same" are Insults to your
intelligence and should be resented.
The Advertiser Printing Co.
Laurens, S. C.
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U. C. V. REUNION
May 7th to 9th, 1912.
Round trip Tickets will be sold Hay 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th;
Limited May 15th, 1912. Limit may be extended until June
5th, 1912 by depositing at Macon and paying fee of 50 cents.
Stop-overs allowed at all principal stations. Very low
rate round trip tickets will be sold at Macon to points in
Southern States during Reunion.
RATES FROM LAURENS
Via Athens Via Atlanta
Ask Seaboard Agents or write,
A. Q. P. A., Atlanta, Qa.