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Those Recovering from Any Se
After a long wasting illness, con
valescents require nourlBhing food
that will not overtax the digestive
functions?and in the way ' of a
strength-restoring and vitality-making
tonic, we know of nothing that equals
"Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron
tonlo (without oil).
Vinol creates an appetite, re-estab
lishes good digestion and helps the
tdally food to make rich blood, form
flesh, strong muscles and Impart new
life and vitality to every organ in tho
Iwdy. We ask thoBe who need a
strength and flesh-building tonic res*
torative to call at our store and get &
bottle of Vinol, with the understand
ing that if it does not help them we
will refund their money without qucs
tl0n" LAUBENS DRUG CO.
Lamrens. 8. C
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' in.Man I'll,- Ointment will euro
Blind, Bleeding and Itching Plica. It ab
eoibH the tumors, nllaya Itching at onco,
acts aa a poultice glvna Instant rollof.
Wltltama' Inrlla.ii Pile Ointment la pre
pared for I-Mlea and Itching of the prlvato
parts. DriifirwlstM. mall 50c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFC CO., Prop*.. Clevoland, Ohle
LAURENS DRUfc vO.
> t Lnurens, S. G
Rrldge To Let.
On May :10th, 1912 at 11 o'clock a.
m. tho board of county commissioners
of Laurcns county will let to tho low
est bidder the contract for building
Ivy Bluff bridge on Reedy river, near
Waterloo, letting to be at the site. Bids
will be considered on both wood and
steel. Parties who cannot convenient
ly attend on that day may flic seal
bids at this office up to G o'clock p. m.
of day before. Bidders will deposit
certified check of $50.00 as guarantee
of good faith. Written contract and
bond required, to be executed within
ten days. The right Is expressly re
served to reject any or all bids.
IL B. Humbert.
our line of Vudor Hammocks will
please you In looks, quality and price.
AVe want von to see them.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
THROUGH SHOT AND SHELL.
Old Soldier of this County Tussed
through Humming Experiences und
Js now Too Old to Serve us Juror.
Clerk of Court John P. Dolt is in
receipt of the letter bolow, from Mr.
J. P. Bell, a well known old Con
federate veteran of this county and
a loyal citizen. Mr. Bell had been
called on the jury several weeks ago
and ho sent In this letter asking to
Renno, S. C, April 16, 1912.
Mr. John P. Bolt.
Dear Sir: I am summoned as a petit
juror to appear at Laurens C. H. on
April 22nd. I have been a juror at
laurens C. if. at different times for
more than thlrty-flve years. I can
recollect when we had a republican
Judge, republican solicitor and a ne
gro clerk of tho court. 1 have had to
sit on the jury with a negro. 1 am
seventy years old. I have had some
rough times and have been In danger
ous places. 1 remember reconstruc
tion days, when our hands were tied
with federal bayonets; when you could
sleep more comfortable out In the
open. I was at the rst battle of Ma
nassas, at the Seven Days fight around
Richmond. I was shot down at the
second battle of Manassas, shot down
again at Chancellorsvllle and was car
ried from the battlefield each time by
the ambulance corpB. I was at the
battle of the Wilderness, fought eigh
teen long hours in the bloody angle, at
Spottsylvania. I was captured at the
fall of Petersburg, was a prisoner at
Harts Island, New York, came home
June L'Tth, 1865. A few witnesses liv
ing. 1 cannot hear as good as 1 would
like to hear, to be a juror.
J. F. Bell.
Mrs. Susan Nance Passed Away.
Mrs. Susan Nance died at her home
In the city last night after a pro
longed illness incident to advanced
age. Tho body will be sent today to
Cross Hill, where she formely liv
ed, for interment this afternoon.
Mrs. Nanco was 70 years of age
and for many years of her life had
been a consistent member of the
Presbyterian church. She leaves three
children. Miss Xenia Nance. Mr. Bd.
Nance and Mrs. M. P. Williams, who
have the sympathy of many friends.
Greenwood Daily Journal.
At Rocky Spring Church.
The sacrament of the Lord's Sup
per will be administered at Rocky
Spring church next Sabbath. Preach
ing at 11 o'clock by the pastor. The
collection that day will be for the
cause of foreign missions.
Potatoes, Vegetable and Melons
This is an excellent product, harmless to the
?. plant and to human. It will certainly clean the
iBugs up. i We'll sell it in any quantity.
NOW IS THE TIME
V, To use this Bug Killer befor he gets in too much
work of distinction.
I J. C. SHELL & CO.
Fancy Groceries ?Always Fresh
Phine No. 183. West Main St.
Look over your Wardrobe and Household Fur
nishings. Anticipate your Spring Needs. Have
them ready when you DO NEED THEM.
Many pleasing changes and much economy are
easily possible by FOOTER'S Famous Methods and
Cleaning and Dyeing
None other can give you the benefit of long expe
rience, modern appliances, or serve your needs as
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PLEASANT DAY ANTICIPATED.
Hon. 1L A. Cooper, Supt. of Educu
tion Geo. L. Pitts nnd Her. YV. E.
Thuyer to Make Addresses nt Oak
Grove und Copelund school Closing.
The closing exercises of Oak Grove
and Copclaud schools will take place
Friday, the 17th, when a picnic will
be given at Davis Springs, a few miles
east of the city. Besides a musical
program, addresses will be made by
Hon. R. A. Cooper, Supt. of Education
Geo. L. Pitts and Rev. W. E. Thayer.
The picnic will be given by the schools
jointly and a largo crowd is expected
to be present. The public is Invited
to come and to bring "well filled
RA BUN NEWS.
Lisbon, May 10.?Tho farmers are
making use of these days putting in
cotton seed. We have been planting
cotton seed and running a farm for
years and this is the first time wo
ever planted cotton seed in May un
less we had to plant over. Plenty of
farmers In this section have Just com
menced to plant. Those that planted
some before the last rains have a good
stand. Wheat and oats are looking
fairly good, and if the rains continue
we think fall oats will be more than
we expected. The out look for the
fruit crop Is very fine.
Miss Francis Smith, one of the
teachers in the graded schcol at Jones
ville will be at home next week.
Miss Kate Holmes, of Ashcvllle, N
C. College will be at home next week
Cnpt. C. T. Smith made a business
trip to Jacksonville, Fla., last week
The Mitchell hoys will be at home
from South Carolina university soon
Hon. A. J. Smith is still on the im
prove we are glad to state.
Mrs. Fd. Fuller, who has been very
sick, we are glad to say is up attend
a*-' to her UbUal duties.
Mrs. Eliza Fuller, Mrs. Mllam Mr
B. Mllam and Mrs. Ballew have all
been very sick. All are better except
Mrs. Eliza Fuller who is very sick
Mr. Charles Mllam was up last week
but has returned to Cheraw.
Say Mr. Editor, can't we get out a
few men for senate and lower house
that will say "I am for Jones"? Hasn't
it come to a pretty pass that a man
has to get up and say "I am for Blease,
he has to have some help or a coat
tall to swing on, or I can't get there"..
Mr. Cooper in Anderson.
A rather small audience greeted the
Bpcaker of the day, Hon. It. A. Cooper
of Laurens, solicitor of the eighth cir
cuit who made a very able and inter
esting address on the right of the
states to secede. Mr. Cooper was
introduced by Mr. Qunttlebaum, com
mander of the sons of veterans and
at the close of his unusual and re
markable address was publicly com
plimented in a graceful speech by Dr.
R. F. Divvor.?Anderson Daily Mail.
Metal and Seed.
White Lead and White Zinc made
from the Metals Lead and Zinc are
pigments. Linseed Oil is pressed out
of Flaxseed. A little Oil mixed with
these pigments constitutes the L. &
M. semi-paste Paint. It's made so that
by adding :i Quarts of Linseed Oil to
a gallon of L. & M. semi-paste?1 -"ft
gallons of ready for use Paint is pro
duced. Anybody can mix Oil with the
L. & M. in the minutes. It stives from
$r> to $2f> in painting a house.
Call on J. 11. <fc M. L, Nash. Lau
rens; .1. W. Copoland Co., Clinton.
88888S 8 888S888888 8s.S
Eden, May 111.?The farmers of this
Community have got a line stand of
cotton and corn, which will soon be
ready for work.
Miss Julia Childless, of Laurens. is
spending a few days with Mrs. 1. R,
Mrs. Gene Hipp, of Mottntvllle, and
Mrs. Blancho Crisp, of Enoree, who
have been visiting Mr. C. V. Hipp and
family, have returned to their homes.
Mrs. Dr. J. W. Beason and Miss
Vivian Owens were in Greenville
Mr. and Mrs. m. w. Gray attended
services at Bulah Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gray and family
visited Mr. C. V. Hipp and family
Catarrh Cannot Be Cnred
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh lu a blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure It you
must take internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure la taken internally, and
acts directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
not a quick medicine. It was pre
scribed by only one of the physicians
In this country for years and Is a reg
ular prescription. It Is composed of
the best tonics known, combined with
the best blood purifiers, acting direct
ly on tbo mucous surface. The per
fect combination of the two Ingredients
Is what produces such wonderful re
sults In curing catarrh. Send for tes
timonials, free. *?
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Torledo,
Sold by Druggist, price 75.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for consti
WERE GREAT WINNERS
Letter Received From Former Owner
Gives Account ot .nun? Prises Won
by the I.aureus KtnlHon >'ow Owned
by Mr. Brooks Chlldress.
The following letter, which ex
plains Itself, has Just been received
by Mr. Brooks Chlldress, the present
owner of Yelinan, 4711, the high class
stallion. Judging from the contents
of the letter Yellman came from stock
that has been famous In Kentucky
horse annals for many years. The let
Stanford, Ky., May 3, 1912.
Mr. BrookB Chlldress,
Laurens, S. C.
Dear Sir: Your letter to hand In
regard to the performances of Yell
Dignity Dare, his sire was a great
show horse. He was shown 14 times
when In his 3 year old form, winning
13 times, second 1 time. As a model
horse .he Btands In a class by himself.
Ho has been shown In this class 18
times, winning 17 times, beaten onco
by his own daughter. He has taken
many premiums In the harness rings.
Eagle Bird was one of the greatest
saddle stallions that Kentucky ever
produced. In the year 1893 he was
shown through the grand circuit for
saddle horses and won more money
than any stallion out that year. He
began at Stanford, where the "cards
were stacked against him" and won
4th money in the $300.00 stake. The
next week he won the $100.00 stake
at Danville, defeating mares and geld
ings. The next week lie was shown
at Nicholasville, winning second
money in the $100.00 stake, being de
feated by his uncle. "Monte Crlsto".
The next week he was shown at Ver
sailley winning second money in the
$100.00 stake, being again defeated by
"Monte Cristq,". The next week he
was shown at Lexington, won the
$.",no.OO stake. The next day, he won
the sweepstake, defeating mare and
geldings, The next week he was shown
at Bails, won the $100.00 stake for
stallions. The next day he won the
$l?0.00 stake for Btallions, mares and
geldings, This ended his show yard
career, as he had glory enough. He
was never defeated by any horse that
he did not in return defeat.
The dam of Yellman is one of the
grandest looking mares in Kentucky,
she met with an accident In her ~
year old form and was never trained.
IN THE STUD?SEASON OF 1912
The Magnificently Bred Stallion
Grand Son of CHESTER DARE 10
Will stand for Season of 1912 at $20.00 to insure
standing colt. Limited to 50 approved mares.
Childl ess Live Stock Co.'s Stables
Property of R. B. CHILDRESS, Laurens,S.C.
In T.'OS she was shown 1 times in the
Brood maro class "with Yollman by
her side", won Ii times, second once.
Welchmont was a trotlng bred horse
by Wm. Welch, dam by (Ulis' Vermont.
Win. Welch was by Hambletonlan 10
?dam by Imported Truster. Every
saddle stallion in the make of Yell
man's pedigree was a famous horse
in his day. There is not a better bred
saddle stallion living than Yell man.
In 1908 Yellmnn was shown times
winning every time.
E. I'. Woods.
Now Is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do it by ap
plying Chamberlain's Liniment and
massaging the parts freely at each
application. For sale by all dealers.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief an<l an absolute euro
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
May Fever. Sold by druyeists ; mail on
receipt of price $1.00.
Trial i'arksitp by mall 10 centi.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prep?.. CUv.UtxL Ohio
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens. S. C
When you feet^ss^?i
wins, tired, worried or despondent it is a
I sure sij;n you need MOT TS NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and
' make life worth living. l?c tare nnd ask for
\ Mott's Nerverine Pills K'&EiK
I W1ILIAM5 MFG. CO.. Prop... Clevelnnd. Ohio
LAUREhJ DRUG CO.
LnurcuB. S. C.
Reduce The Cost of Living
Are to be obtained at this store in all Departments.
Only a few of them can be enumerated here. Come
to this store this week and partake of the Great
Bargain Feast we are now offering you.
Some Rare Values in
New Spring Goods
27-ln llntino (Moth in linen, pink anil Kreon
L'7-in Mercerized Plguo Notts in blue, tan and
Kreon, only .25c
36-in Hrown Linen, only.L">c
36-ln Crash Linen, Just the thing for summer
suit, gray and lir.cn, only .2."?c
27-in White Lawn, worth 12 I-?c, special 10c
.''.f,-ln Sea Island, good quality only ,...7c
Oood Calico novf ..'?c
25*ln Colored Lawns now .!tc
45?ln Persian Lawn, white now.1 ">C
Ladles' Gauze Vest with Tape."?c
2f> dozen Ladles' gauze Vest, special .1 for 2."?c
Indies' Pants and t'nlon Suits from 25c to .">0c
Special for this week, black silk Hose only 2.">c
Just received new shipment whlto corduroy
27 Inches wide, all new welts, special . .2.?c
L' strap white canvass.91.5(1
2 strap white canvas .#l.2.">
Misses Nos. I to 2, two strap white canvas $1.00
Children's 2 strap white canvas ... .(>."?<? to !'?><?
QUI) Metal Mutton.$.'1.00
Gun Metal Blutchor .$2..'??
Patent Blutcher .#2..">o
Boy's Oxfords .$1.50 to $3.00
Something new In Ladles' Shirts.
Pure whlto Linon with sailor collar special
this week .$1.00
Dimity Check Shirt with soft collar only *L0w
Special pure linen tailored Waist for ....$1.09
Laurens, S. C.