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OATH Etf&S N O
Wlff?BKA.- TjgN AN T
Buy A Home With Rent Money!
The average renter pays for his place every eight years
but the land lord still owns it. Why Pay Rent?
YOU PAY AS RENT
?-&~ i 17S Acres near Mt. Olive- Clinch. Cheap and on easy terms.
One-half interest in one of the finest lime quarries in the South.
Four miles of Ware Shoals. Cheap on easy terms.
At $120.00 per year in 10 years. . $1,581.68
At $120.00 per year in 25 years. $6,583.72
At $240.00 per year in 10 years. $3,163.36
At $240.00 per year in 25 years. 13,167.43
We will cut any of the following into such size tracts
as yon desire. We buy at wholesale and retail land out
to suit the small buyer :
Splendid farm and ginnery at Kkom. containing 100 acres, and
good dwelling, outhouses, etc., 20-liorso engine and 40-horsc boiler, two (JO
saw gin, all in good shape on easy terms or all cash.
About 100 Acres near Watts Mill, Known as the Badgett Land.
552 Acres located near Reedy River Powor Company, on Reedy
Rivor, and known as the Dorroli Place. Prico, $12.50 to $20.00 per
acre, deponding on number of acres and location.
200 acres throe miles east of Laurens. High state cultivation.
23 acres at Anil's coss roads, cheap for quick sale.
10 acres near Walls Mills, all improved, for $1,5(10,' half cash.
105 acres, a part of .1. N. Clardy tract. $8.00 per acre, ("let tbo bar
Several bouses and lots near Watts Mill.
93 acres near Ora, level and good improved land, $00 per acre.
400 acres near Stomp Springs, $11.fit) per acre.
Wo also have for sale about Twonly-iwo Acres of land within Ibo
corporate limns of the Oily <?f Laurens. known us Grays Hill, which
wo will sell in small building lots, at reasonable prices. A good many
of tlx so lots have cottages on tliom.
Remember that we cut off any number of acres de
sired by purchaser and j;ive any reasonable lime in which
to pay. We want to make it possible for every white
farmer in Laurens County to own his home.
Laurens Trust Company
R. A. COOPKR, President. C. W. T?NK, Sec. & Treas.
Anderson A: itlukclcy, .Managers Real Estate Sales.
\ ICE MELTS JZtVJ&T
?>ont -rot//t&jpjl </zz$y?
If 200 Years ago one of your ancestors had
banked only Two Hundred Dollars at 5 per
cent compound interest and you had that
$200 and the interest, and each dollar bill
were a link in a chain, that chain would reach
from New York to San Francisco.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
We pay liberal interest consistent with safety.
Laurens, S. C.
N. B. Dial, President C. H, Roper, Cashier
Jno. W. Ferguson C. C. Feather*ton?
W. B. Knight
PEROUSON, PEATNBRSTONE ft KN1QHT
Attorneys at Law
l.aurens, S. C.
Prompt and careful attention given
to all bwrineae.
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
When you feel ?S*?*
?ous, tired, worried or despondent it is n
tore sign you need MOTTS NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and
make life worth living. II? iura and ??k for
Mott's Ncnrerine Pills fftfifi
Will JAMS MFC. CO.. Props.. CUveUnd. Ohio
LAUBENJ DRUG CO.
Laurent. S. V.
MANY MENTIONED I
FOR TILLMAN'S JOBj
Announcement of .Mr. Dial EnteringI
Wedge Which May Precipitate a
Shower of Candida t< s.
Columbia, S. C, April 5.?The
spring ice of the senatorial pond has
been broken and the water seems to
be tine for candidates with the incli
nation toward the senatorial toga
which is only worn in the natior 1
capital. The announcement from
Laurens that N. B. Dial, the well
known lawyer, hanker and cotton
man. will enter the race for United
States senate against 1?. R. Tillman
and Jasper W. Talbert may serve as
a wedge to bring out some of the
others in the state who have a han
kering after the job.
Jasper w. Talbert, of Bdgefleld,
was the Hist to announce his candi
dacy for the place of B. R. Tillman.
He will make an agresslve campaign
for the place.
Among those who have been men
tioned as "'might bees" in the sena
torial race are A. F. Lever, member
of congress from the seventh dis
trict; Martin F. Ansel, former gover
nor; R. Goodwin Rhett, former mayor
of Charleston; Richard Manning,
well-known business man of Sumter;
John Gary Evans, former governor,
and the present governor.
The pardon hoard is continuing Its
work at the state house. The gover
nor sent over about eighty petitions
and It will require some time to give
all of these consideration. Some im
portant cases arc Included in the list
sent over. A report on the situation
Is expected some time next week.
The dispensary investigating com
mittee has adjourned subject to the
call of the chairman, Senator Car
lisle. It is expected that the next
meeting will he held when the final
report of the BlC0.se hoard has been
prepared and submitted. It is also
expected that T. B. Felder, the At
lanta attorney will be requested to
appear at the next meeting. Mr.
Felder has expressed a willingness to
attend the hearing and give testi
mony. Al the bearing this week the
members of the Blouse commission
appeared and gave testimony. These
members who arc all friends of the
governor did not substantiate one
charge made by the chief executive
in his special message sent to the
general assembly in 1911 with refer
ence to the work of the Ansel com
mission and Attorney General Lyon
Great hatred for T. B. Folder was
expressed by all of the members for
T. I!. Felder and the positive state- j
men I was male by several of the
members that an attempt would be
made to have Felder arrested should
he come lo South Carolina.
Preparing for Committee.
Gen. Wilie Jones, chairman of the
democracy, is making preparations
for the meeting of the executive com
mittee of the party which meet* here
next Wednesday night. The commit
tee wiil meet for the purpose of call
ing the state convention for May 15.
General Jones will not ask for re
election and Dan Sinkler, of Charles- I
ton. is the only member that has
been mentioned to take his place.
Lowndos L, Browning, of Union, de
clined to enter the race for the posl
Several thousand South Carolininns I
will attend the unveiling <>f the mon
ument to the Women of the Confed
eracy here next Thursday at no,,..
Prnctlcally every college in the state
will send a delegation of students. It
is estimated that at least 10,000 vis
itors win attend from the various
sections of the state. An Incrcstiua
program of exercises has been plan
ned for the unveiling. Mayor Qlbbes
in charge of the local committee on
arrangements, has secured GO auto
mobiles to be used next Wednesday
for bringing in the decorations from
the country. Chairs and seats will
be provided around the mpnument
for many of the visitors.
The committee In charge of award- |
lng the contract for lighting the
public buildings in Columbia after
holding several sessions here have
adjourned until next week when the
contract will be awarded.?Spartan
WATCH YOUR HAIR, LADIES.
Eternal Vigilance Is the Price of Luxu
riant and Radiant Hair.
If dandruff germs are devouring the
nourishment that belongs to the hair
It will soon begin to fall. Further
more p. will lose Its life and lustre
and will become dull, faded and even
If you have any signs of dandruff
you ought to go right to your drug
gist today and get a bottle of PARI
SIAN SAGE. This delightful and rc
froshlng hair tonic is guaranteed by
Laurens Drug Co. to kill dandruff,
stop falling hair and itlhlng slalp or
money back. And It does Just what
it is guaranteed to do and that's why
Its sales are so enormous the country
over. PARISIAN SAGE Is the favor
ite of refined women. One bottle
proves Its superiority.
* WATERLOO LETTE IL *
Waterloo, April <*> -Monday passed
with its round of duties, so did Tues
day, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
seemed an unusually long day. Inn at
last it passed and then tame Monday.
April 1st, the annual picnic day of
the high school.
At an early hour tempting lunches
were packed and soon the merry-mak
ers were on their way to Harris Lith
ia Springs, where the picnic party al
ways goes. As lunch time drew near,
the linen was spread beneath the |
spreading branches and a sumptuous
feast made ready, consisting of fried
chicken and every substantial and
dainty dish that culinary skill could
provide, taken from the well tilled bas
kets. After a day of delightful pleas
ure and ideal rest, the picnicing party,
under the chaporonago of Mesdames
M. .1. Pearco. Hex W. Lanford and W.
M. Henderson, as they had started out
in the morning with bright anticipa
tions, so they returned in the evening,
having realized the full fruition of
The Missionary Aid Societies or the
Methodist and Baptist churches are ar
ranging for an Faster egg hunt, on the
Methodist lawn, Saturday afternoon
and it Is being pleasantly anticipated
by the little folks.
A cordial welcome is extended all
the children, to whom it is such fun
to hunt the hidden beauties and of
much pleasurable interest to those who
Misses Mnymo Douglass and Carrie
.Menu, of the high school faculty, were
shopping visitors to Laurens on Satur
Col. John H. Wharton Spoilt Satur
day in Anderson, on business inter
Mr. John Cunningham was the week
end guest of bis nephew. Mr. Hugh
Hanks, in Greenwood.
Mrs. Mary Robertson, or Cross Hill,
was the recent guest of the family of
her uncle, Mr. It. A. Anderson. Sr.
Rev. Marvin Wharton, of Vordory,
was the guest this week, of Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Wharton.
Mrs. Frank Duvall. of Greenwood, is
Visiting her mother, Mrs. Flizabeth
Mrs Hetty Walker lias returned to
Cross Hill, after an enjoyable visit to.
her sister, Mrs. Virginia Nelson.
Major Joseph T. Ligon, of Green
wood and Messrs Thomas II. and llon
ry N. Carter, of Cross Hill, were
guests this weolt, of the family of Mr. I
H. A. Anderson, Sr.
Miss Grace Miller, of Lander, spent
several days this week with her moth
er. Mrs. .1. T Miller, at the Manse.
Mrs. G. W. Long and Miss Mynonn
I. are shopping visitors to Laurens j
Mrs. II. I>. Boozer, of Newbcrry, and
Mrs. Fannie A. Puller, of Groonwood,
are with their brother. Mr. I! A. An
dorson, Sr.. who, we regret to learn
is qulto sich.
IHK Ml ("HOBES IN VOl'H SPAL1M
it lias Keen Proved Thai Microbes
Professor Unna of Hamburg, Ger
many, and i>r. Sahoraiui, the leading
French dermntologist. discovered that
a microbe causes baldness. Their
theory has time and again boon am
ply verified through research experl
nieiits carried on under tiro observa
tion of eminent scientists. This mic
robe lodges In the Sebum, which i
(be natural hair oil, and when pevmU
led to tlourish it destroys the hair
iollicles "nil in time the pores sntlrelv
clo.se, and lite scalp gradually (iik-?s
it a shiny appearance. When Ibis
happens there (s no hope of the jjrov th
Of l air heilig revived.
Wo have a remedy which will, wo
Ik 'neatly believe, remove dnndv'tff. ex
terminate the microbe, promote v. noil
t irculntion in the scalp and i -.rod nt'
I.air roots, lighten and rev1' '../?
?lie rair roots, ami overcome bald
ness, so loud as there i any life left
ill the bair roots.
We back up this statement with our
own personal guarantee that this rein- ,
edy called Hexall "93" Hair Tonic will!
lie supplied free of ail cost to the user,
if it falls to do as we state.
it will frequently help to restore
gray and failed bair to its original
color, providing loss of color has been
caused by disease; yet it is in no
sense a dye. Hexall '"Oil" Hair Tonic
accomplishes these results by aiding
in making every hair root, follicle,
and pigment gland Strong and active,
and by stimulating a natural flow of
coloring pigment throuhgout the hair
We exact no obligations or prom
ises we simply ask you to give Rexall
"93" Hair Tonic a thorough trial and
if not satisfied tell us and we will re
fund the money you paid us for it.
Two sizes, prices 00 cents and $1 00.
Remember, you can obtain It in Lau
rens only at our store The Rexall
Store. The Laurens Drug Co., 103
Main street, Laurens S. C.
Notice School DiHtrlct No. 14.
Notice Is hereby given that a
meeting of Waterloo special dlntrlct
No. 14, will be held In the Bank of Wa
terloo, Waterloo. S C, Wednesday
April 17th, at 9 n. m.. for the purpose
of levying the special tax and to attend
to any other business that might come
W. Carl Wharton,
Chairman of the Board.
Fresh South Carolina raised Cabbage
today by exnress. Dixie Flour and
drain Co., wholesale dealors.
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 19th, 1912
At last year, MICHELIN was first "As Usual"
to give tire users the benefit of reduced prices.
COMPARISONS SHOWING SAVING
SIZE ENVELOPES INNER TUBES
FORMER NEW FORMER NEW
PRICES PRICES PRICES TRICES
32x3^ $25.85 $24.50 $6.25 $5.75
34x4 39.10 35.75 8.60 8.00
36x4^ 52.90 47.25 12.20 11.00
37x5 66.10 58.75 12.20 11.00
THE SUPERIORITY OF MICHELIN TIRES
IS RECOGNIZED ALL OVER THE WORLD
IN STOCK BY
SWYGERT & TEAGUE
Laurens, South Carolina.
LEARN HOW TO COOK RIGHT!
The Most Valuable Knowledge of the Difficult
Art of Cooking is Obtained by a Study of
the Experience of those Who Have
Made a Success of It.
The Advertiser Printing Company has just finished print
ing a beautiful and useful 150-page runic hool< lor the ladies
of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian church of Woodruff.
A few copies have been left, by I he ladies, al (Iiis office for
disl ribul ion.
AYr would bo glad to have the ladies of I he city and county
to call at this office, inspeel the book, and purchase one or
more of them. Ily so doing, a valuable book of recipes will
be secured and a very worthy charitable cause will be aided.
I'i\c hundred of (be books have been printed and in order
to unsure tin* sale of I ho entire edition, the price has I.n
placed al a very low figure, considering the large number of
recipes and the value of the information contained in them.
Seventy-live cents will purchase one of lliehi.
Apply either fo ih<- holies ill Woodruff or. for a few days,
possibly a week, al
TI1K ADVKKTISKK PR I NT I X(! CO.,
Laurens', S. ('.
Palmetto Drug: Company i
W. H. WASHINGTON, Manager
COLUMBIA, N EWHERRY & LAURENS RAILWAY.
N. B. The following schedule figures are published only as Information
and not guaranteed.
?54 . 63 Station 52 ?56
8:20 a m 2:12 p m Lv Lau rent Ar 2:12 p m 7:55 p ot
8-44 2:35 Clinton 1:50 7:35
9:32 3:20 Newberry 12:56 S:44
9:50 3:34 Prosperity 12:42 6:26
11:15 4:55 Ar Columbia Lv 11:15 5:00
6:20 Ar Sumter Lv 9:41
10:00 p m Ar Charleston Lv 6:15 a m
??Trains 54 and 66 run solid between Oreenvllle and Columbia dally ex
cept Sunday. These traliu? stop at Garvals St. Station, while trains 52 and
53 go to Union Station.
Solid through trains between Greenville and Charleston via Laurens and
T. C. WHITE, General aP3scngcr Agent.