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We wish to call special attention to the fact that we are direct
distributors in this section for the Krell Piano Co., of Cincinnatti,
Ohio. We have sold these goods for the past ten years and have
given special prominence to the Royal pianos, one of their pro
ducts, and both tlu> Krell and the Royal pianos are higher In favor
now than*ever before. The factory war, reorganized in August,
1911 and increased their capital from $200,000.0? to $550,000.00, all
paid up. The quality has been greatly improved and in some
styles of the Royal there is more than $10.00 actual cost in the
construction over the cost of the old styles Royal.
We give better value for the money in these pianos than can be
Obtained elsewhere, and we challenge the world in competition in
quality and price.
Our prices on the Royal pianos range from $*27.">.0() to $400.00
on a basis of two years to complete the payments, with a discount
of 10 per cent for all cash. The Krell piano belongs to that class
in instruments used by artists and sells from :?:!,'.">.oil to $000*00?
We give below the names of some persons who have used the
Royal pianos to whom you are respectfully referred:
Col. F. N. K. Bailey. S. C. C. 1., Edgofiold, S. C.
Mr. J. B. Sloan, Pres. Cambridge Bank, Ninety Six, S. C.
The late Dr. .las. Boyce of Due W^st Female College, Due West.
Mr. G. P. Sloan, Asst. Cashier, Bank of Greenwood, Greenwood.
Mr. R. D. Wicker. Newberry, S. C.
Mrs. Margaret Kelly, Clinton, S. C.
Mr. W. .1. Devore. Merchant. N'lnety Six. S. C.
Mr. A. S. Hartzog. dealer in real estate, Greenwood. S. C.
Hon. D. B. Johnson, Kirkscy, S. C.
Besides these we have scores of other well satisfied customers.
For full particulars and further Information apply to,
Index Building Greenwood, S. C.
All That Dumb Animals
just enough to live on TO-DAY?
But men and women of intelligence re
cognize the possibility of misfortune, advers
ity, business reversals from some unforseen
cause and are providing for the future. They
are the people who today have more
than four billion dollars on deposit in Savings
Departments in the banks and trust companies
of the United States!
Why not start a Savings Account here
and let your money earn 4 per cent, interest?
One dollar will open an account here if you
can't spare any more. Call today.
LAU RENS, S.C.
NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, AND
Now Offered By The
Air Line Hallway
9 .6? PM
AU trains carry through steel eleetrie-llghted Pullman drawing
room sleepers, which now eater the new Pennsylvania Railroad
a>aUoa (la the heart of New York City).
No. 3*2 "The Atlanta-Birmingham Special" carries a through
observation ear, Birmingham to New York. (
All trains en roots serve meals In dining cars?service a la
Any agent of the SEABOARD can furnish InformaUon as to
schedules, rates, etc.
C. D. WAYNE,
Assistant General Passenger Agent
GEORGIA TO RAISE
$30,000 FOR FUND
Hoke Smith Says Roosevelt Would
Never Leave the White House, Once
In, Except Feet First.
Atlanta. Ga.. Sept. 6.?As a flrst
step toward securing $30,000. the
nmount to be raised as Georgia's
share of the democratic national cam
paign fund. $2,526 was raised at a
meeting of democrats here tonight.
United tSates Senator Hoke Smith
was among the speakers. Referring
to Colonel Roosevelt. Senator Smith
"Good things were said by the
Roosevelt regime and bad things were
done. He now extends promises of
reform to the people with one band
while with the other he accepts con
tributions from the special privileges.
1 would regard his election as the
greatest calamity, which. If It proceed
ed to its natural consequence, would
bring about the overthrow of the na
tion government. I do not believe he
would leave the White House after
again being elected until he was car
ried out feet foremost."
Of the $30,000 expected from Geor
gia, Fulton county. Including the city
of Atlanta, It is stated, will raise $10,
000, he smaller counties another $10,
000 and the remaining $10,000 to be
made up by the other larger counties.
W. II. BAGWELL It I. \ 1?.
Native (if Princeton and Brother of
W. S. Bagwell Died at his Home in
Helton Tuesday Morning.
Belton. Sept. 4.?Mr. Win. II. Bag
well died suddenly at his home on
North Main street Tuesday morning
at 5 o'clock of heart failure. He had
been slightly unwell for a lew days
but no special concern was felt over
his condition until within a few
moments of his death.
Mr. Bawell was a native of Lau
rens county and with the exception
of the past four years, which he lias
lived in Belton had lived all his life
at Princeton. He was thrice married,
to Miss Henderson, and to Miss .lanle
McClary and his prosent wife, who
was Mrs. Maynie Henderson. He is
survived by nine children?W. S. Bag
well, Laurens; .1. P. and .1. H. Bag
well and Mrs. .1. N. Mitchell of Green
ville, R. F. Bagwell. Ware Shoals. C.
S. Bagwell. Ft. Russell. Wyo., and
Mrs. .1. L. Warnock, Mrs. .1. R. Simp
son and Miss 11 at tic Lee of Belton.
He enlisted with a company of 16
year-old boys commanded by ("apt.
McKin/.ie, and did valiant service for
his state throughout the four years'
Btruggle. H?" was 07 years of age
and had so lived as to command the
confidence and respect of all classes.
Since early youth he has been an in
buential member of the Baptist
church ami his influence lias always
been upon the side of righteousness
and truth, he was also a member of
Helton Lodge, A. K. M. His sudden
demise brings sorrow not only among
relatives, but to innumerable friends
Funeral services and burial was
held at Princeton at 10 o'clock on
The implicit confidence that many
people have in Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea ? Remedy is
founded on their exoprionee in the
use of that remedy and their knowl
edge of the many remarkable cures
of colic, diarrhoea and dysentery that
it has effected. For sale by all deal
? PEA RIDGE. ?
Pea Ridge. Sept. 7.?Miss Ada Tay
lor returned to the Thornwell Or
phanage Monday after spending her
vacation with Mrs. Victor Weathers.
Miss Nannie Rowland was the guest
of Misses Orone and Mabel Goodwin
Miss Bessie Blakely was the guest
of Miss Qrace Blakoly In Laurens
Mr. E. v. Cunningham celebrated
his eighty second birthday Wednesday,
September 4th. Those who enjoyed
the day with him were Mr. <!. W.
Cunningham and children, Mrs. (>. I'.
I Goodwin, Mrs. E. M. Cunningham, Mr.
and Mrs. Victor Weathers, Mr. and
Mrs. N. J, Anderson. Mr. and Mrs.
L, t. Benjamins, Mr. and Mrs. .1. 11.
Hipp. Misses Orene and Mabel Good
win, Cora Workman. Messrs Char 1 ton
and .lames Benjamlne and Johnny
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Weathers and
Mr. and Mrs. N. J, Anderson spent
Sunday with Mr. J. C. Bolt in Lau
Many Driven From Home.
Kvery year, In many parts of the
country, thousands are driven from
their home by coughs and lung dis
eases. Friends and business are left
behind for other climates, but this is
costly and not always sure. A better
way?the way of multitudes?Is to use
Dr. King's New Discovery and cure
yourself at home Stay right there,
with your friend*,, and take this safe
medicine. Throat and lung troubles
find quick relief and health returns.
Itfl help in rough?., colds, grip, croup,
whooping-cough and soro lungs make
It a j osltlve blessing. T>0 cents and
$1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by The Laurens Drug Co. and The
Palmettto Drug Co.
Harmony, September. 2.?This |
?writer has been away from home
the greater part of three weeks.!
and while he has fared well In
the way of feasting on the good1
things to eat he has hoard more gag
and mngag It seems than he over
heard before. It Is really disgusting
the way sumo people are gone away
from their good moral training.
Rev. and Mrs. P. C. Battle, with
their two children, have been visit
ing relatives and friends In this com
munity. They loft this morning for
their home near Ashvllle. N. C. Ho
did some of his good preaching while
Mr. and Mrs. ('. A. Moore are visit
ing relatives and friends In HodgOB,
their old home.
Mr. W. A. Simpson visited his aunt.
Mrs. Stansol. at Qreonville, a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Carlisle visited
the hitter's grandmother above Green
ville a few days ago.
There was a young couple driving
through this community Sunday try
ing to get married but they had to
cross back over the river as they came
without a license. Hoys, when you
Kt> OUt on an errand like this, be sure
you have the necessary palters (es
pecially if you have to steal the gal).
Dials. Sept. v. A good many from
here attended the Sunday school con
vention at Gray Court, Thursday and
Friday. Quite an interesting pro
gram was rendered both days.
Mrs. Floyd Curry and little son.
Gray, are spending a while with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. '/,. N. Gray.
Mr. John Simmons has returned from
a visit with his sister. Mrs. Smith
Boyd, of Greenwood.
Mr. Isarel Waldrop, of Washington,
1). ('.. who has been visiting friends
and relatives here, left Thursday for
Greenville, where he will continue his
Miss Km m a Harris has returned
from a pleasant visit with relatives
Messrs. D. 1>. Brownlee and Kniest
Harris spent several days last week
visiting friends in Greenville and
Misses Fannie and Sallie Hrownlee
and Arpha Martin were the guests of
Miss Emma Dial, of Owlngs Friday.
Miss Sarah Babb, of Laurens, is
the guest of Miss Fmma Harris.
Mrs. .lohn Holder, who has been on
tlie sich list for some time, is now
convalescing, to the delight of her
Messrs. \V. I.. Brooks nnd lioskcll
Gray motored over to Duncan last
Mrs. L. It. Brooks attended the Bap
tist missionary convention, at Lau
Say, what's all this fuss about test
ing tlie election? Why can't the de
feated party take their medicine like
men? And if the Jones crowd are so
'daffy", about Ira It. why don't they
wait two years hence, and perhaps
they might have n chance to promote
the judge to the governor's chair.
rewajv*: ok ointments fob
catarrh that cotain mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely dc
range tho Whole system when enter
ing in touch with it through the mu
cous surfaces. Such articles should
never he u.;od except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians. as the
damage they will do is ten fold to
the good you can possibly derive from
them. Hall's Catarrh Cure. manu
factured by F, J, Cheney & C? Toledo.
O., contains no mercury, and is
taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. I n buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure 1)0 sure you net the gonuino,
It Is taken internally and made in
Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Clienoy & Co,
Testimonials free. Sold by druggists.
Trice T."> cents per bottle.
Rings That Look Like
Twice Our Price
Men, women and children love
Q C Rin?a at sipht, because
they're bo beautiful. No other line
affords such wonderful values. So
strong that the makers guarantee to
replace lost stones (except diamonds).
Look for Q. C. stamp inside each
Lauren*, S. C.
j ci&tted /vyx/u /nwnMOA
Most Friendships cease when they cost a man
money. Have you ever needed money and
asked it of your Friends? What did you
get? Have Money of Your Own Safely
Deposited in Our Bank and be Independent.
Make OUR Hank YOUR Hank.
We pay liberal interest consistent with safety.
Laurens, S. C.
N. B. Dial, President C. H. Roper, Cashier
Store and lot. Also nice new dwelling of
Jno. M. Moore. Store near Laurens Mill. Good
proposition ?see us at once.
Splendid lot and three room House on Sullivan
street opposite Mr. J. J. Pluss at a bargain.
Good House and lot on Martin Street.
Fine Farm known as Polly Franks place, four
miles above Laurens, near Greenville and Laurens
road. 100 acres worth the money we can sell it
Home Trust Co.
N. B. DIAL, C. H. ROPER,
President. Sec. & Treaa.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
The march of the seasons demands a different outfit.
The flimsy textures of Summer must soon give place to
something heavier. The arrival of Fall Goods is an
nounced through the press and as the season approaches
it is always a matter of concern what shall be worn,
Dame Fashion has decreed for the make up for Coat Suits.
Whipcords, Diagonals and serges are the proper weaves.
Here is shown complete lines of these goods both of for
eign and domestic manufacture in Black and Colors.
Special value in Messaline Silks. Just opened a
line of Novelty Waisting, the choicest designs and color
ings we have ever shown at the price, 25cts a yard?see
Throughout the several departments in Hosiery,
Table Linen, Underwear, Domestics and Notions. Special
care has been exercised in the selection and if style,
quality and price are considered by intending buyers we
venture the assertion that these goods will bear favorable
comparison with any values to be found in the market.
W. G. WILSON & CO