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March 21, 1913
Buy your seed now at tlic Big Store j
and lie ready to plant.
Fancy Main? Grown Seed Irish Po
Spring Hoard less Seed Barley?tine j
Woods' Garden Seed and Field Seed.]
Earliest Bed Yulentine; Burpee's
Stringless Green Pod; New Pencil Pod
Black Max; Yirginia Corn Field and
Kentucky Wonder?all good Beans.
Stowell's Evergreen and Country!
Gentleman Sugur Corn, for the gur
den; White Dent, Improved Golden
Dent, Mount's Prolllc and Fuller's
Honic-Balsed Corn for the Field?Se
German Millet Seed.
Orange and Amber Cane Seed en
route; Onion Sets in stock; Seed!
'Sweet Potatoes coming,
i We hare the nerve to sell 'cm?yon
have the muscle to plant?nil have the
appetite to eat 'em?Everjlwdjr doing
State of South CaroUnu,
County of Lnurens.
Pursuant to a decree of the Court |
?of Common Pleas in the case of L. K.
Henry vs. Dora Stoddard et al, I will
sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder, at Laurens C. H., S. C. on
Salosday n April next, being Monday
tho 7th day of the month, during the
legal hours for such sales, the follow
ing described property to wit:
All that tract of land situate In I
Laurens County in said State contain
ing twenty-eight and eight-tenths
(28 8-10) acres more or less, bounded |
by lands of Max Saxon, J. I. Cook and
K. L. Henry and on tho Hast and West]
by the waters of Durbin Creek.
'/Terms of Sale: cash. Purchaser to
Any for papers. If the terms of sale
are not complied withy the land to be
resold on same or Nome subsequent
Salesday on same terms, at risk of
C. A. POWER,
C. C. C. P & G. S., Laurens, S. C.
Dated, this March 10, 1913. 33-4t|
State of South Curollnn,
County of Lnurens.
By virtue of an execution to me di
rected by C. A. Power, clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas for I>aurcns
. County n the case of George M. Heattie
plaintiff, vs. B. B. Knight, and others,
. defendants, I will sell at public out
f cry to the highest bidder, at Laurens
' O. H., S. C. on Salesday in April next,
being Monday the 7th day of tho
month, during the legal hours for such
sales, tho following described prop
erty to wit:
All that tract, piece or parcel of
land situate in Laurens County In
said State, containing one hundred
and live acres, more or less bound
ed by lands of Chastine Killingswortk,
James Redden and John Balcntine,
? John Puckett and J. H. Balentine, by
L Will Mansel and L. A. Brock, levied on
? as the property of B. E. Knight at suit
? of J. A., D. E. and W. L. Balentine'
"individually and as executors of A.
L. Balentine. /
Terms of Sale: cash. Purchaser to
P.& for papers. If the terms 6i sale
arc not complied with, the\laird to be
resold on same or some sVbsoquent
Salesday on same terms, At risk of
JOHN 1). OWINGS,
Sheriff Laurens County.
Dated, this March 11, 1913 33-4t
Shafting, Pulleys, Belts, Repairs and
Files, Teeth, Locks, Kto.
I LOMBARD IRON WORKS, AUOU8TA, CA.
Gel our circular before you buy.
?HICHESTER S PILLS
?SbW-j- TBK DIAMOND IllftANI?. a.
IMfLt. Ail f r < ? 11 |.< M
DIAMOND ItltA.NI? IM1.I.M, for 86
ye?r* known as liest, Safest, Always KelltM*
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS FVFRYWHFRE
When you feel S?
H&us, tired, worried or despond""' it it ?
Sure sign you need MO'iTS NERVERINE
?PILLS. They renew tho normal vigor and
jrenako lifo worth living, be two and ask for
M-ott'a Nerverine Pills RWIiSS
:' VllLIAMS MFG. CO.. Propa., Clevelond, Ohio
LAUBEiS.H DRCG CO.
Laurens, S. C.
>r. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
fjr Laurens, S. C.
lies! Piles I Piles!
Williams' Indian I'llc Ointment will euro
?Hind, Bleeding and Itching Pilo?. B ab
sorbs tho tumors, allays itching nt once,
acts as a podltico, gives mstant rollof.
Williams' Indian Pilo Olntnient Is pre*
pnrod for Pilo? and Hotting of the private
?"Jf-ts. DrngHsts. mall r>0e nnd $100.
ILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props.. Clevoland, Ohio
LACHENS DBUG v 0.
Laurens, S. C
Denounces Scramble for Government
.lob* Hitler About Applicants.
Washington, March 11.?Senator
Henj.R. Tillman of .South Carolina to
day evinced his displeasure at the
persistency or hundreds of office
seekers who have Hocked to the cap
ital since the inauguration With
characteristic vigor the senator con
demned the scramble for jobs. He
said the situation reminded him of a
Bible text "1 have forgotten just
where in the Holy Writ 1 read it," he
said, "but it fits the case exactly and
runs something as follows: 'The wild
asses of the desert are athlrst and
hungry. They have broken into the
green corn.' "
The senator recalled that the text
contained a reference to the "wild
asses" trampling down the corn, but
he said he would leave that out. He
added that he had full faith in Presi
dent Wilson as a "herdsman, who
would keep the wild beasts from doing
Resolutions of Respect.
Whereas, Almighty God saw fit to
take from us our highly esteemed
friend and greatly beloved brother,
John Alvin Whiteford; Our late broth
er was an honored member of Bath
albara church and he ever manifested
the warmest interest in Its prosperity.
He 'was amiable and pleasing in his
manner and consistent in his Chris
But he is gone?no more will he be
seen In our midst?no more will be
participate in our deliberations. In
lifo we loved him* und In death it is
but natural that we should mourn
for him. Therefore, he it resolved;
1st. That In the death of our friend
.Johnnie, one of our most worthy and
devoted members, our church has ex
perienced a real heavy loss. While we
deeply mourn his loss, yet we would
not bo unmindful of the fact that this
dispensation wals ordained by that
Being without whose knowledge "not
even a sparrow fallcth to the ground."
Though we can not understand why
t is that the omnipotent Creator has
taken one so useful, yet we know that
our loss Is his gain and we hope he
is now sweetly resting beyond the
2nd. That to tho aillicted family and
bereaved loved ones, we tender our
heart-felt sympathies, feeling confi
dent, however, that they mourn not
as those that have no hope, for the de
ceased gave evidence in Iiis daily life
that Iiis faith was such as would rob
death of its sting, and the grave of its
victory; and we commend them to the
care of his Maker and Master, Jesus
3rd Thai a copy of these resolu
tions 1)0 sent to the sorrowing loved
ones, and that they lie published in
the Baptist Courier and Laurens Ad
W. B. Coats,
it. W. Griffin,
W. H. Boazman,
j. F. Griffln.
Box Supper at Kiddle's.
A box supper will he given at Kid
dle's Old Field school house Thursday
evening, April 3, 1913, at eight o'clock.
The public Is invited. The funds will
go for improvment of the school house
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
Thero is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that, is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of tho Eustachlan Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum
bling sound or imporftot hearing, nnd
when it. is entirely closed Deafness is
the result, and unless tne inflamma
tion can bo takon out nnd this tube
restored to Its normal condition, htar
ing will bo destroyed forevor; nine
eases out of ten arc caused by Ca
tarrh, which is nothing but an Inflam
ed condition of tho mucous surfaces.
We will give Ono Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by
Hall's Ofttarrh Cure, Send for circu
P. J. Cheney, & Co..
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
We are showing a special In Cut
Glass Water Set, consisting of Pitcher
and six Tumblers for only $1.2.r>.
S. M. & K. H. Wllkes & Co.
LAVKENS COTTON MILL.
Laurens Mills, March 17.?After a
tremendous downpour of rain for about
three days, the people are glad to
got out again and enjoy the sunshine
even though the weather is real eold.
After several days suffering, the 111
tlo babe of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Bram
lett passed away on Sunday night.
March 9th, and was buried at the city
cemetery Monday following.
Mrs. Willie Walker, who has been
sick for some time, 8 better now.
Eddie Wade is uot Improving much,
he has been sick for two years, nnd
his many friends would be so glad to
see him well again. He was such a
help to his church and Sunday school,
always willing to do all he could In ev
Little Clara Franks is gradually get
ring well again after a long spell of
sickness. She has been sick since last
Mr. J. T. Sumerel has sold his homo
on Mills street and most of his house
hold effects, and Is going to Anderson
for a few months to visit among
friends and relatives. Willie Sumerel
has given up mill work on account of
Rev. L, S. Shealy and wife have re
turned from a very pleasant trip to
Atlanta where they have attended the
bible conference. They report a good
time, but did not enjoy the storm quite
Little Kate Madden, of Maddens, S.
C? visited her cousin, Mary Martin,
on last Saturday.
The choir at the second Baptist
j Church will meet every Tuesday night
to practice. All who will take a part
in singing are cordially Invited to at
tend these meetings.
After having said some good things
about our mill overseers and pastors,
we shall not forget to mention our
very efficient set of men at the ofllce
and store. Mr. M. L. Smith with Mr.
I C. M. Burgess are the men at the main
office; Mr. W. B. Hawkins is the man
ager of the store with Mr. W. A. Bur
gess as bookkeeper C. L. Waldrup and
B. H. Oshiclds as salesmen. These men
are always on the job. ready to serve
tho people In a gentlemanly manner.
(TRI! DANOKUFF FOR 50 CTS.
That's Cheap Enough for Anyone
It's easy, and you take no risk. Go
to Laurens Drug Co., the druggist, to
day, and got a largo T>0 cent bottle of
Parisian Sage, the germ killing hair
If it does not cure dandruff In two
weeks they will give you your money
Parisian S\ge .s w plo'isant, daint
ily perfumed tonic and hair grower.
It is guaranteed to stop faii'.ing hair)
or itching of tht scalp, and to cure nil
diseases of tho scalp and hair.
Parisian Sage has many Imitat .m]
?get the genuine. GrloUX Mfg. Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., American Makers.
* PINK BLUFF NEWS.
Pino Bluff. March 17.?The ladies of |
the missionary society of Bat.hahara
church will have an egg-hunt at three
thirty o'clock Saturday, March 22nd.
The children will be charge,, live
and ton cents, five for the small, and
ten for tho larger children, to hunt,
for the purpose of raising money for
the society. It is hoped a goodly num
ber will attend.
After a week's visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Boa/.man. Mr. J.
I). Boazman returned 'to Abbeville
Sunday night, where he will stay a
short time, thence return to his head,
quarters In Birmingham, Ala.
We are glad that Mrs. W. II. Boaz
man and Mrs. K. W. Broom are well
of the mumps, and we hope that no
one else n our community will have
BUCh a "swell time."
Children are much more likely to
contract, the contagious diseases when
tney havo colds. Whooping cough,
diphtheria, scarlet fever and con
sumption are diseases that are often
contracted when the child has a cold.
That is why all medical authorities
say boware of colds. For the quick
euro of colds you will find nothing
bettor than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It can always be depended
upon and Is pleasant and safe to take.
For .sale by all dealers.
You can say goodbye to constipa
tion with a clear conscience if you
uso Chamberlain's Tablets. Many
have been permanently cured by their
u?c. For sale by all dealers.
C PECIAL EASTER Foot
wear is now ready!
The Season's best Models
for Men, for Women and for
High or Low Cut Styles
that any Man or Woman would
be proud to wear!
Shoes for Men and Women
that are Classy and different.
Oxfords and Ties that are
the perfection of Low Shoes.
Black or Tan Leather.
Low Cut Footwear for Wo
men, in Pumps, Colonials,
Sandals and Slippers.
Black or Tan Leathers Sue
des, Velvets and Satins.
Not a Shoe in our whole
Stock is priced too high or be
yond reach. Our Shoe prices
are always pleasing!
THE SHOE MEN
IS YOUR CREDIT GOOD?
THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE
Merchants' Credit Company
Are Arranging for th Publication of a
For This District As a Basis of Credit
?Y THIS SYSTEM each individual is
placed on record, showing how many
places they secure credit and with what
degree of promptness they pay their bills.
The book will show, not the financial stand
ing, but the CREDIT STANDING, of
everybody, man or woman, who trades on
time, and as it is not a financial rating the
poor man who pays his bills promptly will
secure a higher rating than the man of
means who does not.
NOW IS THE TIME TO PAY THE
OLD ACCOUNT AND SECURE A
GOOD CREDIT RATING