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Why have grey or faded hnir thit mnkeo
you look old?Why lose your good looks
that youthful, natural colored huir always
helps you to keep? ?There is absolutely
no need for it. A low applications cf
will restore your grey hairs to t!ie'<r natural
color and benuty, almost immediately ?
your money back if it doesn't. Get a bottle
to-day?prove it to your own oatisfaction..
Always ask for HAY'S HAIR HEALTH.
Don't tako chances with other prcpuralicns
For sale and recommended by
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Sati sf act ion
is the chief consideration in building;
quite as essential to you as cost, and
it doesn't come high?hue.
When you build, you want to
build right?you want light material
to go into tho building? from the
We have our own 8tumpagc?caw
mills ? planing millr ?every Opera
tion from chop pin>- down the tue
to the designing and finishing of the
finest columns, newel posts, grilles,
doors, sash, etc., is under our own
We have quantity?quality?and
service to oiler you ? at the tight
We specialize on complete house
bills. Let us furnish you estimates.
Phone, write or call.
AUGUSTA LUMBER CO.
"Buy 0/IH4 M.i ktr"
Will Soon Turn, Then
Everybody will be
Buy jour seed now and be ready.
Fresh stock of Woods' Garden Seeds
and Onion Sets-Quit jour grunt im:
and grumbling get bus) -evcrybodj
likes a good garden 'though it is nol
everybody likes to work it.
A tine lot of Sprintr Beardless Seed
Barley. The more you sou the better
it will he for you.
Seed Irish . otatoes galore If you
want Red Bliss we've got 'em if y<?"
prefere Irish Cobbler, here they are,
or If It is Early Rose, Bur bank etc.,
Oils is the place to find them?the
sooner you plant them the sooner yoti
A few sacks of Rice Meal at $1.25
per stick, Cotton Seed Meal, Bran and
Shorts. ? hicken Peed*
500 bushels of Corn Meal fresh from
?he Bnrr Rocks. .Molasses that will
please you?sweeten the sourest dis
Best Timothy liny In town.
Blou... , True Blue Turn Plows and
Middle B..sters liuj one and bust the
ground wide open. .Meet the Bitf Chief
and the Boys at the Big Store.
Laurens, S. C.
Dr. T. L- Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by
Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. N'ev
er fails. Sold by
Palmetto I)ru? Co.
Shafting-, Pulleys, Belts, Repairs and
Files, Teeth, Locks, Etc.
LOMBARD IRON WORKS, AUGUSTA, CA.
Ctl our circular before you luu.
"WOODS ARE FULL"
Four Have Already Thrown Hat? In
Ring for Governor, and Three Oth
ers are Expected to.
Columbia, S. C. Feb. 19.?Some
body, somewhere, said that "the woods
wore fuil of them," or words to that
effect. However, that little statement
tells tho story of the political situa
tion in South Carolina. This is the
year 1913 and four candidates have
already announced for the year 1914.
The candidates for governor who
will be In the running are:
John G. Richards, Jr.
Mendel L. Smith.
Charles A. Smith.
Thomas H. Peeplos.
Others who are expected to an
nounce before the end of the week
Richard I. Manning.
Lowndes J. Browning.
Qeorgo R. Rembort.
Announcements are expected to fall
thick and fast during the remainder
of the legislative session.
John G. Richards, Jr., is a member
of the railroad commission, fie re
sides at Liberty 11111, in Kershaw
county. Mr. Richards was appointed
a member ol' the railroad commission
in 1911 by Governor Ansel. He was
a member of the general assembly for
twelve years ami was defeated for
governor in 1910.
Charles A. Smith is serving his sec
ond term as lieutenant governor hav
ing been elected to that position in
1910. He is a well known business
man of Tlmmonsvllle. 11?' has many
friends throughout the state, lie be.
Hoves In prohibition.
Mendel L. Smith is from Camden.
ITc Is now serving his third term as
speaker of the house of represent
atives. He has made an able presid
ing officer, lb- is a native of Black
vllle, Ma in well county.
George R. Reinheit is expected to
announce his candidacy at any mo
ment. Ho is a member of the legis
lature from Rlchlaml county.
Richard I. Manning is a well known
and successful business man o." Sum
ter. II?1 is well known in all sections
of the stale?.
Lowndes J. Browning;, of Union,
was one of the big men in the last
house. He made a fine record as
chrA'rman pt the iways and means
committee. He is a farmer and has
many friends in all sections of the
Tin1 present governor has announc
ed that he will he a candidate for the
senate, lie will find able opposition
in Senator 10. I). Smith, who has made
a line record in securing legislation
in the In't.erect of the farmers of
South Carolina and of the south.
There will be others in the race for
Many things, however, sometimes
happen in two years, Spnrtanburg
Thorinvell Orphanage Notes for Feb
As there are above 200 South Caro.
Una children in the Thorinvell Or
phanage, and a hundred or more from
other states and as these come from
almost every county in the state, they
are a subject of Inquiry from all over
the state. Their friends will be pleas
ed to know, that with the exception
of a light epldemcl of measles, we have
nothing in the way of sickness to
trouble us, although the vaccination
of a great many arms has made a
number of the little people feol quite
Something like 200 applications for
admission have distressed us through
our Inability to receive the children
at present The accommodations of
the home are filled to the brim. It is
true wo have a new cottage under
construction, but that cannot be got
ten ready for several months yet. In
the meanwhile the stream continues
to flow in. in increasing volume, while
funds for those who are with us now
are not what we ought to have. It is
hard to have to tell a little child to
wait, when the little one is abso'utoly
without a home.
The very warm winter has been an
advantage to us, as some considerable
construction work was goinc; on. The
Orphanage h.a.-. also received the :eceni
.?2.r.oo legacy of Judge Phlcgnr of Vir*
cMnia, which fines to the endowment
The ktnter school work is progress*
ling very satisfactorily. The last two
i von 111 gs have beeil rriven to a stereop
tlcan travel lecture through England,
winch has boon a subject of study
nmnng some of the older pupils. Two
i of tlx' lecture., are given every month
til rough the term.
Surprise Vonr Friends.
For four w< kf rogujnrly used Dr.
King's New Pill"? Thoj' rttlri ulato
the liver, Improve digestion, remove
blood Impurities, pimples and erup.
tjons disappear from your face and
body and you feel better. Begin at
once. Buy at Iituirons Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
Dials, Feb. 24.?There's a great deal
of agitation here regarding the pro
posed new Fountain Inn county, and
everyone is discussing the pro and
con of the matter. However. It will
not amount to much, as with a few ex
ceptions, none of our people are In
favor of being cut off in the new ciun.
Mr. It. A. Sullivan of laurens,
came up on a flying visit Wednesday
night with Mr. L. R. Brooks and fam
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Curry, and lit
tle son, Gray, were the guest if Mr.
V.. X. Gray Thursday night.
Misses Annie Ohildrcss, and Mattlc
McFaddin, spent the Tveek-ond In
Greenville visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. William Davis of
Greenville, are visiting Mrs. Davis'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Curry.
Mrs. Geo. Roberson of Gray Court,
is staying a while with Mrs. M. V.
Holder, who is very ill at this wrlt
Miss Emma Harris is visiting rela
tives In the "mountain city."
Miss Cecil Owings of Chlcora Col
lege, accompanied by three of her
schoolmates, came home Friday on a
visit with her parents.
Mr. James Roberson of Honca Path,
I was the welcome Kuest of homefolks
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. und Mrs. Arthur Harris and
children spent Sunday with Mr. D. D.
Harris and family.
Miss Noll McCall hud as her guest
Saturday and Sunday, Miss Rebecca
Baggott ?f Gray Court.
Mr I) D. Brownlee, has returned
rrnm a visit with his sister. Mrs. W. S.
Holt of Hendersonville.
Miss Nita Ifutttor, a student at Chi.
corn, spent n fo.v days with her par
ents last week.
Miss Lucille Cox of Gray Court
spent Sunday with Mr. .1. I). Curry and
Mr. Henry Holder of Anderson, re
turned to his home Saturday, after
visiting his father. Mr. M. V. Holder,
Miss Kate Curry left Tuesday for
Lander college where she is a student,
alter a short stay with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. .1 1). Curry.
Rev. T. W. Munnerly filled his regu
lar app< lutmont here Sunday after
noon, treating the large and appre
ciative congregation to a splendid ser
Mr. Ray Anderson of Lanr. ns, a
former missionary, preached at Flat
Roel< Sunday evening. A good crowd
was present, who enjoyed his talk
? TYLERS VILLE DOTS. ?
Tylorsvlllo, Feb. 21.? Rev. R. 1'.
Mitchell filled his regular appoint
ment at L?ngsten Sunday morning.
Misses Pauline Byrd, Grace Poolo
Mattle Bolle Potorson, Messrs Fur
man Boole and William Peterson wore
the guests of Mrs. Matlie Clark and
Mr. F. L. Donnan and daughters
spent Saturday in Laurens.
Mr. R. L. Holland was a visitor in
Miss Grace Poole was the guest]
of Miss Pauline Byrd Saturday night. I
Miss Mattle Donnan spent Sunday
with Miss Lucy Donnan.
Mr. Steeve Clark spent the week
end in Greenwood.
Catarrh Germs Must be Conquered or
Health Will be Destroyed.
If you have Catarrh you must van
quish an army of persistent, destruc.
tlve microbes before you can be heal
You might as well choose your
weapons, declare war and destroy this
army of Catarrh germs right now.
Booth's HYOMBI, a pleasant germ
destroying air breathed over the entire
membrane will kill Catarrh germs.
Booth's HYOMF.f (pronounce it
Hlgh-O-me) is guaranteed by Laurens
Drug Co. to end Catarrh or money
back. It surely is fine for Coughs.
Colds, and Croup. If you own a llitlo
' HYOMBI hard rubber pocket Inhaler
? get a separate bottle of HYOME1 tor
(only SO cents. If you haven't an inhal
er secure a complete outfit for only $1
j .lust breathe it?no stomach dosing.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
i Have you overworked your nervous ays
I tern and cnused trouble with yo'ir kid
neys and bladder? Have you pains in
loins, side, back and bladder? flava you
\ a flabby appearance of tlie face, nod un
i dor the eyes? A frequent desire" t<> pans
i urtnf ? if s". Williams' KMnay jmuj will
i run- you?Druggist, Price W".
WILLIAMS MTG. CO.. Prop. . Cleveland.Ohl3
L U RIONS DRUG to.
i ?> n pens, S. c.
Engineering ami Contracting
Laud Surveys n Specially
t oncrcl? Work Skillfully dene or III.
Drawings ami estimates of all Kind.
Telephone No. !>4G
Laurens, S. C.
f milk every dfty uro neve r secured l>y ^haphazard method:,
t ucccasful dairymen knew (hat no peer, run-Mown cow can make
i'. good record, If your herd is not doing aa well as it ahou! 1, use
pr*i&' Animal Regulator
You will surely got moro milk per di\y, and for a grnatar number
of dava. The total fccroUKO will tuako a big addition to the
25c, 50c, $1; 25-!b. pail, $3.50
"Your money beck if it foils"
HcsfJ* Healing Ointment
cures cut, cracked and .sure teats. Use it on cows that tire affected
and make milking easy. Sample free.
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BEAUTY AND BRILLIANCE
There are so many beautiful and brilliant
things here we believe you will be pleased to buy
not only for their beauty but
FOR THEIR REAL VALUE.
They are full of good points, as an invest
ment as well as an ornament. They arc not cheap
in the sense of being shoddy, but they are sold at
as low a price as first-class foods of this kind can
Phone 328-2 Rings
Reliable Jeweler Laurens, S. C.
Don't let your cold "run on;11 you know not what
else it may lead into if you neglect it. Besides, there's
no use of having that knocked-out feeling when we are
prepared to relieve you within an hour, and CURE you
within a day or two. At all times, after you see your
doctor for your prescriptions, see US for your medicines.
COME TO OUR DRUG STORE.
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA_
Everything Must Move in Its Season.
Ladies' all-Wool Norfolk Jackets and
Sweaters, former price $3.50 down to
Misses sizes were $2.75 now $2.00
Children's Sweaters in White only,
sizes 20, 22 and 24 were 50 cents now 40
Wool Mufflers and Shawls.
Special value in White Cotton and all
Wool Blankets at
W. G. WILSON & CO.
The Hooka of the County Treasurer
will no opened lor the collection of.
State. County and Commutation Road
Paxes for fiscal year. 1912, at tho
insurer's oiileo from October 16th,
to December 31st, 1912, Alter Decoiu
bor Slot, one per cont will bo added.
After January iUst, two per cont. will
bo added, and after February 28th.,
seven per cent. be added till the
15th day of March, 1913, when tho
books will be closed.
All persons owning properly In moro
than one Township are requested to
call for receipts in each of ttio several
Townships In which the property la
located. This Is important, as addition
al cost and penally may be attached.
All able-bodied male citizens be
tween the agea of 21 and 60 years of
age are lluble to pay a pull tax of $1.00
except old soldiers, who are exempt ut
60 years of age. Commutation Bond
Tax $1.60 in lieu of road duty.
The Tux levy Is as follows:
For State purposes.b% mills
For Constitutional School 'Tax it mllla
For Ordinary County purposes it mllla
For Interest on Railroad Hondu 1 mill
For Koad ami Bridge Homln it mills
For Court House Bonds .. . .2 mllla
Special Schools Lau roll 8 'Township.
Laurens No. 11.7 mil In
Trinity lttdge No. 1.1 Ullllu
Maddens No. 2.2 inilla
Narule No. .r> mil la
Halleys No. I.2 mllla
Mills No. 6.2 mllla
Oak drove No. 0.2 uUIIb
Ora No. 12.4 mllla
Special Schools -YoungS 'Township
Youngs No. iJ.2 mllla
Youngs No. 2.1 mllla
Youngs No. I .4 mllla
Youngs No. b.il mllla
Fountain inn No. 3U.1G mllla
Lanford No. 10.t'.'/j milts
Ora No. 12.4 mllla
Youngs No. 1.it mllla
Central No. 0.2 mills
Special Schools -Dials 'Township.
Oleen Pond No. I.4 inilla
Dials No. 2.it mllla
Shlloh No. :?.4 mllla
Gray Court-OwlllgS No. !> ? ? ..4 inilla
Barksdalo No. C.2 mllla
Dials Church No. 7.2 mllla
Fountain Inn No. 311.15 inilla
Mornn No. 8.2 mills
Special Schools Sullivan 'Township.
Mt. Bethel No. 2.:? mills
Princeton No. 1.it inilla
I Poplar Springs No. 3.4 inilla
Rabun No. I.4 inilla
Ilendersonvillo No. .">.4 mills
Friendship No. (i.2\<* inilla
Breworton No. 7.it mllla
Sullivan 'Township K It. Bonds 4 mllla
Merna No. 8.2 mil la
Special Schools Waterloo 'Township.
Waterloo No. I t.4 mill:
Mt Gallagher No. i.:; mills
Bothlohcin No. 2.2 inilla
blkom No. :i.I inilla
Contorpolnt No. i.2 inilla
()al<\ 11 lo No. .'.it mllla
mi. Pleasant No. t;.2 mllla
Mt. OIIV'O No. 7.2 inilla
Ituedy Grove No. 8.2 mllla
sp?< ial Schools Cr'oi . Ilill Township
Cross Hill No. 13.0 mill i
Cross Hill No. I.2 inilla
Cross Hill No. 2.2 inilla
Cross Ilill No. I.2 inilla
Cross Hill No. ;..2 mills*
Cross Hill No. (i.2 mllla
Spcclul Schools ?Hunter 'Township.
Mountvillo No. 10.4>/6 inilla
Hunter No. 2.2 inilla
Hunter No. i!.2 mill ?
Clinton No. 5.(! milla
Hunter No. s .mil la
Wad: worth No. |.2 inilla
S( (dal Schools Jack? 'Township.
Odolls No. 15.it mllla
Hurricane No. IC.i! iqllisj
Shady Gl'OVO No 2.il inilla
Special School8 S< uPi.-'ov. n Townsllip
I^angaton Church No. ?.:t mllla
Scuffletown No. i.2 mllla
Lanford No. 10.OVfc mllla
Ora No, 12.4 inilla
Prompt attention will bo given thosa
who wish to pay their Taxes through
the mall by ( heck, money order, etc.
Persans sending Iii lists of names to
be taken off are requestod to send
them early; and give the 'Township of
each, as the Treasurer in very busy
during the month of December.
LOSS D. YOUNG,
October 2. 1912.?td.
'J'IME I OK CLEANING STItL A MS IN
I.A t'KK.YS COUNTY.
Stute of South ( nrnliiin,
County of Laurens.
Pursuant to nn Act of tho Gonoral
Assembly of South Carolina, provid
ing therefor the Board ol Couiriy
Commissioners <>f Laurons County in
tho state aforesaid does horeby hx
the following dates ior tho 'Cleaning
of streams within said county for and
during the year A. J>. 1913, k> wit;
That all streams within the county
shall be cleaned out rts roquirod by
law during tho period beginning tbo
fir I day <?' Pobiufary and ending Um
last day ol' M.ireh; and that they i HI I
I be again cleaned within the period be
t ginqlng July 15th and ending Angus'
Ali land pwners am' persons in
charge ?>?' land are henby notified and
Office in Simmons Bulldir
Phono: Office No 86; R< :<>.<?<