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COLUMBIA, NEWBERRY & LAUBENS RAILWAY. '
N. B. Tbo following schedule figures are published only as Information
and not guaranteed.
?54 63 Station 62 *65
8:20 a m 2:05 p m Lv Laurens Ar 2:52 p m 7:55 p m
8:44 2:30 Clinton 2:30 7:35
9:32 3:20 Newberry 1:29 6:44
9:50 3:34 Prosperity 1:12 6:26
11:16 4:55 Ar Columbia Lv 11:35 5:00
6:40 Ar Sumter Lv 9:40
10:30 p m Ar Charleston Lv 0:00 a m
*?Trains 51 and 55 run solid between Greenville and Columbia daily ex
cept Sunday. These trains stop at Gervais St. Station, white trains 52 and
03 go to Union Station.
Solid through trains between Greenville and Charleston via Laurens and
T. C. WHITE, General Passenger Agent.
CHAILE8T0N & WESTERN CAROLINA RAILWAY.
Change in Schedules, effective 12:01 a. m. Sunday, Nov. 26, 1911.
Main Line?Spartanburg Division?Spartanburg-Augusta.
N. B.?The following schedule figures are published only as information
and not guaranteed.
Westbound Trains. Eastbound Trains.
3 1 Stations 2 4
4:20 p m 7:15 a m Lv August Ar 12:10 p m 10:25 p m
4:48 7:44 Martinez 11:40 9:55
4:67 7:63 Evans 11:30' 9:47
5:08 8:05 Woodlawn 11:19 9:34
5:25 8:28 Clarks Hill 11:04 9:19
5:35 8:33 Modoc 10:53 9:08
5:43 8:41 Parksvllle 10:43 8:59
5:64 8.52 1 Plum Branch 10:34 8:48
6:05 9:03 McCormlck 10:22 8:36
6:21 9:19 Troy 10:04 8:18
6:32 9:30 Bradley 9:53 8:07
6:42 9:42 Verdery 9:42 7:56
7:01 10:01 Greenwood 9:25 7:39
7:20 10:20 Coronaca 9:08 7:20
7:37 10:37 Waterloo 8:62 7:04
7:47 10:47 Cold Point 8:42 6:54
7:55 10:55 Maddens 8:35 6:47
8:10 11:10 Laurens 8:20 6:32
8:28 11:28 Ora 8:05 6:15
S:35 11:35 Lanford 7:56 6:08
8:40 11:40 Enoree 7:51 6:03
8:66 11:56 Woodruff 7:35 5:47
9:08 12:08 Switzer 7:22 5:34
9:14 12:14 Moores 7:16 5:28
*:24 12:24 Roebuck 7:07 5:19
9:40 p m 12:40 p m Ar Spartanburg Lv 6:50 a m 5:02 p m
Greenville Branch ?Laurens-Creenville.
?55 52 Station *54 53
8:10 p m 3:12 p m Lv Laurens Ar S:20 a m 1:45 p in
8:28 3:30 Rarksdale 8:03 1:29
8:34 3:3S Gray Court 7:57 1:22
8:38 3:43 Owings 7:53 1:17
8:60 3:56 Fountain Inn 7:40 1:03
9:01 4:09 Slmpsonville 7:29 12:50
9:12 4:22 Mauldin 7:17 12.38
9:30 p m 4:40 p m Ar Greenville Lv 7:00 a m 12:20 p m
??54 and 55 are dally except Sunday.
ERNEST WILLIAM8, G. P. A., A. W. ANDERSON, SUPT.,
Augusta, Ga. Augusta, Ga.
The Isle of Palms
Is calling you, the Surf, the Music, all cry out
for you to follow the crowd. The
Atlantic Coast Line
has provided the schedules and Rates; beginning
Saturday, June 1st.,
and to continue during the season.
For all trains of Saturday, and
morning trains of Sunday, limited
to return until Tuesday mid
For any information, call on
F. J. NELSON,
T. C. WHITE, Ticket Agent.
Gen. Pas. Agent
Wilmington, N. C.
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, AND
Now Offered By The
8 E AB O A BD
Air Line Railway
All trains carry through steel electrle-llghted Pullman drawing
room sleepers, which now enter the new Pennsylvania Railroad
Station (in the heart of New York City).
No. 32 "The Atlanta-Birmingham Special" carries a through
observation car, Birmingham to New York.
All trains en route serve meals in dining cars?service a la
Any agent of the SEABOARD can furnish information $a to
schedules, rates, etc,
C. D. WAYNE,
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
Humored Candidacy of L, 8. Connor
for Governor not Confirmed when
Time Came for Filing Pledge*.
Columbia, June 18.?The State cam
paign will open today at Sumter. The
time for filing pledges and paying the
assessment expired yesterday at noon
and the official list of entrants was
announced by John Gary Evans, the
State chairman. Practically every one
who nnnounced his candidacy entered
the race officially by paying the nec
essary amount. The campaign will
end In Greenville on August 22. The
I first meeting in the senatorial cam
paign will be held In Columbia next
Tuesday, when the candidates for the
senate, congress and solicitor will bo
LlHt of Candidates.
The following is the official list of
candidates as announced by Mr. Ev
United States Senate,
B. R. Tillman, W. J. Talbert, N. B.
First District?Geo. S. Legare, H.
Second District?J. F. Byrnes, Har
ry D. Calhoun.
Third District?Wyatt Alken. F. S.
Evans, M. C. Long.
Fourth District?Jos. T. Johnson.
Fifth District?D. E. Flnley, Glenn
W. Ragsdale, W. P. Pollock.
Sixth District?J. E. Ellerbe, J. W.
Seventh District?A. F. Lever.
Ira 13. Jones. Cole L. Blease, J. T.
C. A. Smith.
Secretary of State.
R. M. McCown.
A. W. Jones.
J. R. Earle, B. B. Evans. Thos. H.
Peoples, J. Faser Lyon.
S. T. Carter. D. W. McLaurin.
Superintendent of Education.
John E. Swearlngen.
W. W. Moore.
Commissioner of Agriculture.
E. J. Watson.
John G. Richards. Jr., J. H. Whar
ton, James Cansler.
First Circuit?P. T. Hlldebrand.
Second Circuit?R. L. Gunter.
Third Circuit?Phillip H. Stroll.
ThoB H. Tatum.
Fourth Crcult?J. Monroe Spears,
T. I. Rogers, Geo. K. Laney.
Fifth Circuit?J. K. Henry, J. Harry
Seventh Circuit?J. C. Otts, I. C.
Blackwood. A. E. Hill.
Eighth Circuit?R. A. Cooper.
Ninth Circuit?John H. Puerlfoy.
Tenth Circuit?Proctor A. Bon
ham. John M. Daniel.
Eleventh Circuit?Geo. Dell Tim
Twelfth Circuit?Walter H. Wells,
L. M. Gasque.
Each age of our lives has its Joys.
Old people should be happy, and they
win he if Chamberlain's Tablets are
taken to strengthen the digestion and
keeps the bowels regular. These tab
lets are mild and gentle in their ac
tion and especially suitable for people
of middle age and older. Tor sale by
liurrls LHhla Water for Lauren* Coun
Residents of Lauren8 County will be
furnished with HARRIS LITHIA wa
ter for personnl use, free of charge, by
applying at Bottling plant between'
nine o'clock A. M. and Noon Sundays.
Bring glass vessels thoroughly cleans
Harris Llthla Springs Co.,
('. H. Pettus, President.
Notice of Election.
Notice is hereby given to the pa
trons of Ora School District No. 12
to meet at the school house at 10
o'clock on June 29th for the purpose
of electing five school trustees for
H.ild district to serve for two years.
L. P. Blakeley,
Chairman of Board of TrUOteos.
Twin Qoda of War and Melody.
How do statesmen get themselvee
Into the framo of mind to declare
war? According to a popular German
story the method in Blamarck'a caso
In 1886 waa one that would hardly bo
suapectod. His subordinate Kendall
waa an export ptanlat, and. Blr
Mountatuart Grant Duff put It, "uaed.
It Is said, to fulfill toward him the
function which David fulfilled toward
Saul." On one evening filamarck was
unusually moody and Kendelf nur
ptsaed himself at the piano. "Thank
you. my dear Kendel)." aald niamarck
finally, "you have soothed me and
oone mo so much food; my mind. Is
made up; we shall declare war against
And Prlnta Them, Too.
"Jones writes more foolish things
than uny other man I know."
"What is ho, a poet?"
"No. congressional stenographer."
Princeton, June 18.?Mrs Ithamar
Mattlson of Broad Mouth has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Brazele Gam*
Mrs. C. Q. West of Greenville is the]
guest of her mother, Mrs. W. D. Sul
livan at Tumbling Shoals.
Master Edgar Owens of Abbeville is
visiting his cousin, Master Arthur
Miss Ludla Taylor is In Greenwood
spending a while with her brother,
Mr. Ben Taylor.
Miss Frances Britt is visiting at I
the home of her grandmother in the
lower part of Abbeville county.
Dr. J. B. Britt, Mrs. Brltt and
daughter, Helen spent Wednesday
with Dr. Brltt'B mother, Mrs. S. J.
Brltt near McCormick.
Dr. Black, of Greenville, was in
Princeton on profeslsonal business
Mises Sara and Susan Britt spent
Wednesday in Bel ton.
Mrs. Will Woods" of Honea Path ii
visiting relatives here.
Mrs. W. H. Hammett of Greenville
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. James
When your child has whooping
cough be careful to keep the cough
loose and expoctoratlon easy by giv
ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy aal
may be required. This remedy will
also liquify the tough muscus and
make it easier to expectorate. It has
been used successfully in many epi
demics and is safe and sure. For sale
by all dealers.
NEWS FROM JONES.
Jones, June 17.?Mr. and Mrs. Ern
est Ouula, of Florence, Mrs. Jas. Mc
Combs of Greenwood and Mr. Homer
Oulla, of Anderson, recently visited
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Evangelist Kinard Is conducting a
series of meetings at Ware Shoals. Mr.
Kinard Is an earnest, zealous, force
ful and successful Christian worker.
Mr. Carl Wharton of Waterloo was
at Ware Shoals recently.
We recently met cur warm friend,
Dr. Donnan of Boyds Mill.
Mr. I. N. Cooper has several milch
cows for sale.
Frank Jones will appreciate any in
formation concerning a lost white pig
with black spots.
Mrs. Dr. W. T. Jones recently en
joyed the hospitality of Mrs. J. T.
Simmons of Greenwood.
Ware Shoals will celebrate the
fourth of July with addresses by dis
tinguished orators, barbecue, baseball
and other attractions.
Messrs. Jas. McCombs and Lewis
Moore, candidates for supervisor and
Prof. Friday, candidate for school
commlslsoner, were recently In our
The recent excessive rains have re
tarded farming operations but with
suitable weather the crops will soon
be on good condition.
The Ware Shoals Manufacturing Co.
will soon build a grist mill, which will
be a great accommodation to the sur
The crops In the Rlley section are
In the coming political campaign It
behooves every patriot to cast his bal
lot In accordance with his sincere]
convictions of what Is best for the en
tire people. A very grave responsi
bility devolves upon every one and
we trust every voter will measure up
to his full duty. Repudiate In the most
emphatic manner thi? shameful appeals
of the demagogue?all such politicians
should be severely rebuked. Let me
appeal to the voters to assert the
rights of freemen. Allow no man or j
set of men to dictate to you for whom
you should vote but inform yourselves
upon the issues involved and cast]
your bullots In the coming primary
for those candidates who represent!
the best Interests of the entire people.
Our Sunday Bchool Is progressing
nicely. We meet at 4 p. in. Every
body is cordially Invited and a hearty
welcome awaits all who attend.
Itching Scalp and Dandruff are Un
11 r?v*v nary. I
If you want to prevent baldness stop
falling hair and itching Bcalp, and ban
ish every trace of dandruff from your
scalp, get a large 60 cent bottle of
PARTHIAN 8AOE today.
You never used a more delightful
hair dressing in all your life. Every
drop in the bottle Is filled with hair
PARISIAN SAGE causes the hair to
grow profusely and Imparts to It a lus
ter snd radiance that cannot fait to at
tract favorable comment.
It Is guaranteed by Laurens Drug
Co, to stop falling hair, Itching scalp
and dandruff, or money back. It kills
(tie dandruff germ and keeps the hair
full of life and youthful vigor. Large
bottle 60 cents at Laurens Drug Co.
?>iid druggists everywhere. The girl
with the Auburn hair Is on every bot
tle and carton.
(lOl your fruit Jam from ub, wo have
all sires In both the screw,top Masons
and Sure Real.
H. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
If You Eat \ou Need Digestit
The New Relief For Indigestion
It has boon stated that more than
eighty million people in tbo United
States are victims of some form of In
digestion. The American people do
not take time enough to eat. The re
sult is stomach distress, gas, belching,
indigestion and dyspepsia.
Digestit is the new relief?It has
been found a certain, quick and per
manent remedy. Thousands of people
have found relief from its use. Their
own statements on file In our ofllce
are proof. You can try It for yourself
without any risk?If It fails to give
you absolute satisfaction your money
will be returned. Brown's Digestit is a
little tablet easy to swallow and abso
lutely harmless. It relieves indigestion
almost Instantly, stops food fermenta
tion, prevents distress after eating and
cures dyspepsia. You need It even
though you are not sick?it aids diges
tion and gives you all the nourishment
from your food?50c.
Ask at B. P. Posey's.
Excursion to Augusta
June 25th, 1912
With Final Return Limit June 26th.
Tickets Good on Trains No. 2 and 54. Returning
I Good on any train June 26th. Fares as follows:
! j BarkBdtUe, 8. C. ... .. .. .. . $2J25
! Enoree, 8. C.2.25
; Fountain Inn, S. C.2^0
Gray Court, S. C.2.25
! Greenwood, 8. C.S.75
; Lanford, 8. C.2J!6
[ Laurens, S. C.2.00
Ora, S. C.2^25
\ Owings, 8. C.2.25
I SimpBonvlllc, 8. C.2.50
; Waterloo, B. C.2.00
> Woodruff, S. C.2.50
EXCURSION TO GREENVILLE
June 27th, 1912
With Final Return Limit June 28th.
Tickets Good on Train No. 87. Return any Train
on 28th. Fares as follows:
Laurens, S. C.$1.00
Harksdale, S. C.1.00
Gray Court. S. C.75
Owings, S. C.75
Fountain Inn, S. C.?0
Simpsonville. S. C.50
Mauldln, 8. C. .80
Via C. N. & L. and S. A. L.
Tuesday, Ju^e 25th.
Train leaves Gervais Street Depot, Columbia,
7:30 a. m., Tuesday morning, June 25th. Arrive
Atlanta 4:00 p. m. Tickets good to return on any
regular train, until Friday, June 28th, inclusive,
S. A. L. No. 38, at 8:55 p. m., Central Time.
Children under 12 years, HALF RATE.
RATES AND SCHEDULE.
Columbia .7:30 a. m $3.50
Irmo.7:54 a. m 3.50
Hallentlne .8:00 a. m 3.50
White Rock.8:04 a. m 3.50
Hilton.8:07 a. m 3.50
Chapln.8:13 a. m 3.50
Little Mountain .8:30 a. m 3.50
Sllgh's.8:35 a. m 3.50
Prosperity.8:45 a. m 3.50
Nowberry .9:00 a. m 3.50
.Talapa.9:05 a. m 3.50
Oary .9:10 a. m 3.50
Kinards.9:20 a. m 3.00
Goldville.9:30 a. m 3.00
Laurens. .7:20 a. m 3.00
Ar. Clinton.10:00 a. m 3.00
ARRIVE ATLANTA 4?00 P. M.
The only Excursion to Atlanta this year?your
only chance to visit the largest City of the South
at a low rate.
Separate coaches will be provided for White
Tickets on Sale at S. A. L. Ticket Office, 1,323
Main St.; C. N. & L., Office at Bank of Columbia,
and C. N. & L. Local Agents.
E. A. TANER, O. G. DONNY,
C. A., C. N. & L. C. P. A., S. A. L. Ry.
COLUMBIA, S. C.