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I Every Idle Dollar
of your money should be put to hard work.
When your money is invested it works for
you day and night?interest accumulates
with astonishing rapidity.
Also the knowledge that your money is safe
from thieves or fires helps you sleep nights.
Why not start a Savings Account here and
let your money earn future money?
THE BAN K 3^ L?U R ENS
LAURENS, S,C. ,
Knocks at your door but once. Laurens Real
Estate offers an opportunity unexcelled as an
investment built on a solid foundation.
Look these over and call
around for a talk.
147 acres near Barksdale, S. C, $20. per acre. Terms $500.00
cash, the balance to be paid on the easiest terms possible, $350.
every year until paid in full, interest at the rate of six per cent.,
better than paying: rent.
47 1-4 acres close to Friendship Presbyterian church, 6-room
house, good out buildings, fine pasture, 20 acres in cultivation.
Price of this place $35 per acre.
180 acres of good farming land 4 miles of Laurens, about
140 acres in cultivation, one tenant house, on the main public
road loading to Reedy River Power Co. Price $35.00 per acre.
We have 7 miles from Laurens G5 acres of fine land, good
dwelling and out building, within one mile of church and a
high school. Price $40.00 per acre.
House and lot on Church St., 7 rooms, city water and
eleetrie light*. Price $3,000.00.
52 acres 21-3 miles north of Laurens, 2 tenant houses and
bam, good well of water, spring and good pasture. This prop
erty is on 2 public cross roads. Price $45.00 per acre.
40 acres, 2 miles of Laurens on Greenville road, nearly all
of this land open. Price $75.00 per acre.
A good 6-room house on Irby Ave. in good shape. Newly
painted, lot 62 1-2 by 340 ft., facing Irby Ave. and Chestnut
St. Price $2350.00.
221 acres 3 1-4 miles of Laurens. Will sub divide to suit
purchaser. Price from $50.00 to $60.00 per acre.
247 acres, known as the Davis Place, fine land. Will make
bale of cotton to acre. WTill cut to suit purchaser. Price rea
323*4 acres near Owings Station, S. C. 12 miles north of
Laurens, belongs to W. W. Graydon, known as part of the
Yeargin land. Price $25.00 per acre.
72 acres near Barksdale, S. C, nice little place, rents well.
Price $20.00 per acre. Known as the Albert Burns Place.
270 acres near Barksdale, S. 0, Very good land, Could be
made a nice place. Price $20.00 per acre.
$8!) acres near Barksdale, S. C, 2 good tenant houses, good
orchard, plenty of water, rents well, and on a public road.
Price $20.00 per acre.
560 acres 5 miles of Laurens, good strong red bind and
will sell at a big bargain.
3 lots, 67 ft. front, each running back 200 feet on Irby
Ave. Price as a whole $800.00.
101 acres, 2 1-2 miles of Laurens, 15 acres in timber. Rents
for nine bales cotton. Price $45.00 per acre.
30 1-3 acres, close to Dials church, 20 acres in cultivation.
Very well improved. Price $40.00 per acre.
Tlws is just a part of the property we have for sale. "We
have a number of vacant lots all over town, lots of them on
Farley Ave. Better see us.
. BISHOP & WOLFF
Laurens, S. C.
! Of Interest to You!
We have moved our stock of goods
into a specially fitted store-room in the
Traynham building, two doors below
Davis-Roper Co. We will appreciate
a continuance of your patronage and
can assure you of prompt and effici
1 Palmetto Drug Company
W. H. WASHINGTON, Manager
THE SUNDAY MAIL
THING OF THE PAST
('ogress Has Taken a Hand In Sunday
Delivery of Mall and hat* Ordered it
Under an act passed on Saturday by
Congross, Just before Anal adjourn
ment there will be no more Sunday
mall. The mall trains will run all
right, but the mall will not be distrib
uted on Sundays. This applies not on
ly to the general delivery window but
the mail boxes as well. The daily pa
pers may make some sort of arrange
ment for'getting their papers to sub
scribers on Sunday, but If they do
it will have to be outside of and inde
pendent of the poStofHce. The follow
ing statements explain themselves ami
First Assistant Postmaster General,
Washington, D. C.
August 21. 1912.
Sir:?The post office appropriation
act for the liseal year ending June HO,
"That hereafter post ofllees of the
first and second class shall not be open
on Sundays for the purpose of deliver
ing mail to the general public, but this
provision shall not prevent the prompt
delivery of special delivery mail."
Under this law you will close the
general delivery, carriers' windows,
and lock boxes and discontinue all de
liveries by carriers on Sunday. You
will note, however, that special deliv
ery mail is excepted and you will
therefore arrange to have on duty a
I sufficient force to handle this mail mat
The department desires to reduce
Sunday work to the minimum, so that
as many of the employes as possible
may enjoy a complete day of rest on
Sunday. You should, therefore, re
quire only a sufficient number of
clerks to report for duty on that day
In order that transit mail and the mall
collected for dispatch may be handled
without delay. If no mail is dispatch
ed on Sunday a very early collection
should be made on Monday morning
and the mail for local delivery dis
tributed before the carriers leave for
their first trip.
C. I'. Grandflold,
First Assist. Postmaster Gen.
Don't take calomel and don't buy
imitations of Dodsor-'s Liver Tone?
you may run into danger if you do.
Buy Dodson's?the medicine that
Laurens Drug Co. recommends and
* PINK GROVE. ?
Pine Grovo?The Sunday school and
prayer meeting at this place are get
ting along nlcoly.
We are still needing rain bad In this
neighborhood and the red spiders are
making the cotton look bad in some
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Medlock and Mr.
M. L. Reid spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Austin Bramlott and family.
Mr. Rex Patterson spent Sunday With
Mr. A. L. Nash.
Mrs. W. L. Reid and little daughter,
Remell, are visiting relatives in Un
ion and Pacolet. this week.
Miss Carrie Chapman, of Fountain
Inn, and Mrs. A. L. Nash spent last
Tuesday with Misses Lila and Mao
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Knight spent one
day last week with Mr. and Mrs. John
Owings, near Barksdale.
Mrs. Dr. Oeorge Knight spent Sat
urday at home with her mother, Mrs.
Misses Blanch and Dennie Nelson
spent Saturday night with their sister.
Mis. Robert Gambells.
A good many of the young people
around here enjoyed a nice little en
tertainment last Tuesday night at the
home of Mr. Mltchol Owings. All re
port a nice time.
Mrs. Will Craddock, Mr. Glenn Crnd
dock of Pelzer, Mrs. John Knight. Mr.
and Mrs. Zeno Craddock, of Laurens.
and Mrs. Fmma Roper all spent last
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. ('. Y. Crad
Mrs. Mary Allison and Miss Ora
Rowers spent last Thursday with Mr.
and Mrs. R. Traynham.
August 20, 1912.
State of Ohio, city of Toledo.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
Is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR8
for each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S
FRANK J. CHENEY,
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my presonce, this 6th day of De
cember A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. OLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Core is taken intern
ally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
WattB Mill. Aug. 25.?Mr. Waltor
Shockley, Mr. John Owens and others
from Watts mill went on the excur
s!c n to oJhnson City. Tenn.. and also
to Bristol. Va-Tenn. They report a
most pelasant trip.
Mr. J. W. Bishop from Dials visited
friends and relatives at Watts mill
during the past week.
Quite a large crowd was out Friday
night to hear the county candidates
make their last appeal In this CU1U
palgn. Very good order prevailed ex
eept some cheering and hollering dur
ing speeches of Mr. Copeland and Mr.
Aycock. with the exception of this,
all went well.
The friends of Dr. B. It. Walker are
glad to see him out again, after ;>.
Miss Dora W'haley and Mr. Sain
Spoon, both of Watts mill, were hap
pily united In marriage last Wednes
day evening. Rev. W. D. L. Baldwin,
At the parsonage on last Sunday
morning, at nine o'clock, Mr. J. 1).
Alken, of Laurens, and Miss Myrtle
Qatltney also of Laurens, were united
In the holy bonds of matrimony. Rev.
J. M. Trogdon, officiating.
Rev. J. Dawson Bowen, pastor of
Bush River and Mt. Zion churrhes. of
Newberry county, visited at the home
of Rev. .1. M. Trogdon last Tuesday
Mr. Douglas McKee of Greenwood
was at Watts mill Sunday.
Mr. James Crow of Ora. visited
friends here Saturdav -nil Sunday.
Mr. Win. Fisher, outside o 'erseer at
Watts mill is off on a vacation for a
week or so.
The odor of stale perspiration about
the body can be gotten rid of by using
a little of DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC
FLUID In the bath tub. It purifies the
skin thoroughly and lends a refreshing
Influence to the bath. Price, large
bottle 50 cents. Sold by Laurens Drug
Baptist Denomination Organizes a New
Church In Graj Court With Forty
On Sunday August the 21th in the
Cray Court-Owings Institute at the
call of Rev. H. L. Itaggott a presbytery
consisting of Dr. W. T. Derienx. Dr.
w. .1. Lnngston, Rev. II. L. Itaggott.
Rev. W. K. Thayer. W. S. Rower. S. M.
Garrctt, C. B. Bobo was called for
the purpose of considering the estab
lishment of a Raptisr church at Gray
Court. The council organized by elect
ing Dr. W. T. DorlcilX chairman, and
C. R. Bobo secretary. After devotion
al exercises the letters of thase wish
ing to enter the new organization were
read anil approved by the council.
Brother Raggott then read the articles
of faith held by Baptists as laid down
in Pendleton's Manual. The same was
adopted by a rising vote by those en
tering the new organization. After
this Brother BaggOtt read the Church
Covenant, which was also adopted. The
new organization was then recognized
by the council as a regular Baptist
church. C. B. Bobo then led in pray
er. Remarks were made by Brethren
Derienx and Langston. A collection of
$0.25 was taken for State Missions, af
ter which the benediction was pro
nounced by W. K. Thayor. The new
church numbers forty members, thirty
seven of whom were received by let
ter, and three under watch (are. Tills
young church expects to occupy Its
own house of worship, which building
is now in process of construction, some
time in November. On the second Sun
day in September the church will meet
for the purpose of considering the elec
tion of officers, and the calling of a
SAFER Til AS CALOMEL.
Dodson's I.her Tone at Mirlit ?ill
Straighten Von Out bj Morning. Cal
omel Maj Knock Von Out of a Raj's
If you are a calomel user, next time
you are tempted u> buy it ask your
druggist if he can absolutely guar
antee the drug not to harm you. lie
won't do it because be CAN'T do it.
But here is a perfect substitute for
calomel which the druggist does guar
antee--the famous Dodson's Liver
Tone. The Laurens Drug Co. will re
fund your money without question if
you are not thoroughly satisfied.
Go to the Laurens Drug Co. whom
you are acquainted with and find out
abOUl the great number of people who
are taking this remarkable remedy and
feeling better, ku'ener. healthier, and
better able to enjoy life than they ev
er were when,taking calomel.
Why? Because calomel Is a poison
?one that may stay I the system,
and while seeming to b< (It you tem
porarily, may do harm in the end.
If you haven't felt these ill-effects
so far, It is because you are fortunate
enough to have a strong constitution.
Don't take the risk any longer. Oet
a bottle of Ik>dson's Liver Tone (BOO
and note how easily and naturally It
corrects all bilious conditions, how it
clears away that sick headache and
coated tongue, how It sets you right
without ache or gripe. The most won
derful thing in the world for consti
All this without the slightest Inter
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J. C. HENDERSON, Manager
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