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B. SHERWOOD DUNN
MUST FACE TRIAL
Former Lender of South Carolina Hull
Moose Is Accused of Violating Geor
gia Banking Laws.
Agusta, Qa., Fob. 21.?Thfirty-five
Indlcements, charging violation of the
state banking laws, forgery and cm.
bezzlemtnt, were returned hero to-day
by the Richmond county grand jury
which for the past three weeks, has
been Investigating the failure of the
Citizens Trust company, of Agusta,
involving approximately $105,000 un
protected by assets.
Officials of tho dofunct Institution,
Indictod include U. Sherwood Dunn,
New York; D. H. Willard, Philadel
phia, and several well known local
.Dunn, formerly a vice president of
the Citizens Trust company, was in
dicted on two counts charging viola
tion of banking. laws. Willard Is
charged In the Indictment with forg
ery and embezzlement.
W. B. Pace, Augusta, president of
tho company, was indicted on nine
counts, charging violation of bank
ing laws, while M. C. Dowling, a vice
president and cashier, is charged with
similar violations and embezzlement.
? HARMONY NEWS. *
Harmony, Feb. 22.?Some right se
rious sickness in this community at
this writing. Two of Mr. T. S. Craw
ford's children are very sick with
A new kind of epidemic, called Oer
m in measles, seems to have introduc
ed Itself among our people and it
leave the patient with col I which of
ten runs Into pneumonia and seoins
to be very dangerous.
Mr. Charlie Kllllngswortll and two
of his children are reported as dan
Several have pulled through with
out having any bad after-results. A
great many fear it will get into the
schools and give trouble along that
We are all sorry of the death of
Julia Etta Pitts, a bright, smart and
good girl, just blooming Into woman
hood. The parents have the sympathy |
of the entire community.
Mr. Jas. B. Mauldin, of Owens, was
in this community, on business not
Mr. J. F. Davis has given up his
farming interest and is doing service
for the Ware Shoals Manufacturing
The Sunday school at this place
seems to be holding its own during the
bad weather. Our prayer meeting is
held Sunday evening at 1 o'clock. We
want everybody to attend these pray
er services. Preaching every 4th Sun
day at 11 a. m. and at night.
Our law makers seem to be trying
to see who can get ahead. It looks
now from the papers that McCravy. of
Plckena, is in the lead and Williams,
from the same county, is trying to
come io the front. Harrah for little
Plckena. We are trying to watch
their procedings this time Say, they
gave us a marriage license, two years
ago. Some of them will be trying
for the divorce law this time. It has
been said that the two go together.
Dot's watch their manouvlrs and see
what will be the outcome.
Ekom. Feb. 24.?The school at this
place Is progressing nicely. Such is
always the case with so capable a
teacher as Prof. El ledge.
Dr. Cooper, who has been right
sick for several days, we are glad
to report, la better.
Mr. Gladys Culbertson, who Is now
teaching the Palmetto school, spent
Saturday night and Sunday with his
parents, In Waterloo.
Miss Emma Elledge. of the Poplai
section, Is spending awhile with her
sister, Mrs. T. C. McDaniel.
Misses Gertrude iffftffilton and Myr
tle Culbertson spenngunday with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elledge visit
ed at the home of Mrs. Jane Cooper
Mrs. Simeon Poland visited he?
daughter Mrs. B. G. Cooper, recently.
SOME GOOD ADVICE.
If you have dandruff, get rid of it
Ivy killing the germs.
if your hair Is falling out, stop It.
There Is one sure remedy that will
remedy these misfortunes and aid you
to remain young.
Parisian Sage, the great hair re
storer, is guaranteed/ to permanently
remove dandrufT In fwo weeks, or the
Laurens Drug Co.-'will give you your
Parisian Sage stops falling hair?
it prevents the hnlr from fading.
It is the best btautlfler for ladles'
hair, as It makes harsh, lusierless hair
fluffy, soft and beautiful.
Parisian Sage is sold and rigidly
guaranteed by Laurms Drug Co. r.O
cemts' a bottle. American makers,
Olroux Mfg. Co. Buffalo, N. Y.
? HICKORY TAVERN' NEWS.
Hickory Tavern, Feb. 24.?The ex
change party given by the ladies of
Hendersonville School Improvement
Association, Friday night, was a suc
cess. A nice sum was realized. Thlf
will go for the Improvement of the
school. The prize given for the great
est number of trades, was won by Mr,
Mr. D. D. Hrowulee of Dials, was the
guest of his brother and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Holt, Friday night.
Misses Agnes and Mae Abercromble
of Shiloh, -were the visitors of Mrs.
Fannie Abercromble, Friday night.
A number of people from this sec
tion went to Laurens Saturday.
Among them were Messrs. J. A. Roper,
J. R. Heliums, Ed. Wilson, G. C, and
Li. F. Abercromble.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sumeral, and
daughter, Rosa Mae, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Weathers, Saturday and
Mr. W. D. Sullivan Jr., lost a fine
mule last week.
Mr. Anderson Abercromble is spend
ing several days with his sister, Mrs.
E. C. Motes, of Maddens.
Mr. William Abercrombie and fam
ily will move to Pelzer today. His
friends regret to see him leave, but
hope he will be pleased with his new
Mr. D. \V. Abroerombi. who has been
sick for several weeks, is improving
at this writing.
Mr. Felton Roper and .lessee Kellet
who have been real sick are improv-|
Watts Mills School
First Grade?Lucile Martin, Sadie
Hughes. Lola Tumlln, Cammle Tum
lin, Pearl Tumlln, Maud Mills, Ruth
Thaxton, Irene Hazel, Roy Minis, Tal
mage Sorgee, Ernest Cress, Archie
Hill. Ralph Putman, Willie Hazel,
Roy Page, Mattie Saunders.
Second Grade?Herman Taylor,
Clyde Gollghtly, Andreila McKee, Nina
Bobo, Gladys Trogdon, Emmott .lessee,
Curtis Wells, Duree Campbell.
Third Grade?Eva Duffle, Winona
Hughes, Ruth Oxner, Alpha Garrctt,
Fourth Grade?Davie Creamer, Lorle
Pago, Gladys Cress, Clara Martin,
Nannie Lee Snoddy. .lessee May Go
lightly, Clarence Martin. Edna Pid
dle, Nettle Tumlln.
Fifth Grade?Allen Rickman.
Sixth Grade?Lizzie Bell Crocker,
Horace Gollghtly, Howard Cress.
Seventh Grade -Carrie Donnan.
This is the season of the year when
mothers feel very much concerned ov
er the frequent colds contractd by
their children, and have abundant rea
sons for it as every cold weakens the
lungs, lowers the vitality and paves
the way for the more serious diseases
that so often follow. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is famous for Its cures,
and is plensant and safe to take. For
sale by all dealers.
* LANFORD NEWS. ?
I,anford Station, Feb. 22.?Mrs. Lena
Moore is visiting Mrs. Earl Thomas
at Port Royal.
Miss Robin Patterson visited Miss
Carrie Fowler near Warior Creek,
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Charlie and Willie Drummond
spent Sunday here with their parents.
Mr. John M. Cannon and wife spent
Sunday at L. M. Cannon's.
Mr. Willie Godfrey is on the sick list
Mr. George Haralnd s.pont Sunday
with bis parents here, returning to
union today where he is in school.
Miss Florrie Lanford spent Satur
day night and Sunday in Woodruff.
Prof. F. B. Woodruff, principal of
the graded school here, is quite sick.
Miss Nellie Wclborn is assiting In
the school during his absence.
Mrs. W. D. Patterson and Mrs. Al
lie Mills were In Laurens last week.
Mr. F. M. Smith, of White Pino,
Tonn., ?pciit Thursday night at Capt.
J. W. Lanford's.
We have a new blacksmith shop
here now and one needing work done
give us a call.
We offer One Hundred Dollars He
ward for any onse of Catarrh (bat
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have kn,o^vn F.
J. Cheney for the last 16 yo?rs, and
believe him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions niul financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Nntional Bank of Commerce,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Fr .My Pills for consti
Spring Beauties Are Here!
One of our new pumps thut is a won.
derful Utter nnd u guaranteed wearer.
It fits the nreJi, also the price will
lit your purse.
Many more neu and ilstlnctly
The New Original Up-to-date new
Styles in fine Shoes for "Shoes Par
ticular" Women are ready to show.
We hope to see you in this store very
soon. A look at the display will con
vince you that we have the Shoes you
need. We are showing a complete
line of all Leathers, Tan Button, Tan
Blucheror Patent Button, Vici Button,
Gun Metal Oxford, Patent Oxford,
Pumps in Tan, Patent, Gun Metal
Why pay $3.50 and $4.00 when
you can buy a Guaranteed Proposi
COME AND LOOK!
Here Is the newest nnd most hand
some (hing you will see Anywhere. Its
the patent button Is sure to please
Impossible to tell jou all about all
the neu st)los.
Schroder Lodge 144.
Gray Court, S. C,
Feb. 22, 1913.
On tho 16th day of November, nine
teen hundred and twelve, God In his
infinite wisdom saw lit to call from
his labors our Brother Pies S. Bolt.
He had labored with us for many
years, being punctual at our commun
ications and evor ready to lend a
helping hand as far as he could con
sistently do so. Brothei- Bolt was In
his C4th year when the call came and
he left this world with the assurance
that be was going to that celestial
land, that house not built with hands
eternal In the heavens. We deeply
feel the loss of our brother and ex.
tend to the bereaved family our deep
est sympathy and assistance and have
dedicated a page in our rrcord booh
to his memory and endorsed this pa
per as a token of our esteem for Broth
er Bolt, recommending that a copy
of same be sent to the bereaved widow
and county papers.
W. II. Barksdal. .
.1. YV Wells.
L. H. Brooks.
Remember. Saturday, March 1st is
Dr. Clifton's day in Laurens?at Dod
son * Fd wards Drug Co. All regu
lar patients call early. 'Treatment,
operations glasses fitted, one day only.
1 FERTILIZERS FOR 1913 I
5 We are now manufacturing a full and complete S
^ line of mixed goods, using nothing but finest of mate- ch
8 rials. We will be glad to have you give our Fertilizers 8
? a trial. It is gotten up especially for Cotton and Corn
$ and will give results. Buy from folks you know. 8
^ Yours very truly, 8
I The Coe-Mortimer Company |
I T. D. DARLINGTON, g
I DR.W.C.IRBY Manager. ||
g2 Special Representative
2n Laurens, S. C. ?*A
"?Hl 1 i I i HIB AND-,-?
Have your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by
men who know how. You'll find them here at
Over H. Terry's Store Laurens, South Carolina
CH AI LESTON A WESTERN CAROLINA RAILWAY.
Change In ScheduIeK, effective 12:01 a. m. Sunday, Nov. 2C. 1911.
Main Line -Spartanburg Division Spartanburg-AugUttta.
N. II.?The following schedule figures are published only uh Inforniailoi
?ud not guaranteed.
l 7:16 a
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40 p m
Lv August Ar
Ar Spartanburg Lv
6:50 a m
Lv Laurens Ar
Ar Greenville Lv