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To the Junk Heap
Bo h o :?. 11 Ii y,
happy, uil you
will bo, if you
cut out d lugor*
mm Culou I and
tako tllO I 0 lOUH
H o t Sp i'i n jj a
L? 1 v e i I3u* ib
from Ark iti uis.
Best on c irth f >r
clogged livi v, loss
of uppotito. c'i? I /
KincBS, malaria, headjatche and sal
low skin. Tli'-yaro n wonderful body
tonic. 25 cents, nil dealers.
l'rce sample MVltR UU'rTONRudd booklet
about the fninnim llot springs Rheumatism
Remedy aad Hol Sprtunfl Dlood Remedy from
Hot sptines Chemical c<>., not Bpriags, Arlu
L.WJUKNS DKUa CO.
Laurens, S. ('.
FOR FALL SOWING
BUY AT THE
Wo bine a line quality of Crimson
Clever, Seed Kjc, Seed Hurley, Hairy
Vetch Seed, home raised Seed Hats,
Texas Ited Itnsl Proof Seed Outs. Vow
Is the time to sow.
When it comes lo flour we carry the
biggest slock in the cltj'i the best
grades und ipiltlity. Yon want it good
and at the lowest price -conic to the
The cotton season/Is now on what
about Hugging a in/ Ties. Wo have
new Arrow CpttoVTics and '21b, 2 l-'2
lb and 8 lb rc-rolled pieced Hugging,
also live pattern lots of good heavy
Factory Hugging with good Ties.
Itlco Meal a coming lo fallen your
flood Itoastcil Coffee, 5 lbs for*1.00.
Hood green Coffee, (I lbs for $1.00.1
Laurens, S. C.
That Little Girl
Of Yours?she'll soon bo
having her hair "done up,"
and too, she will be out
growing her childish ways
?and you haven't had her
picture taken since she
was in long dresses. You
don't exactly v^ant to keep
her as she is?but you do
want to keep the memory.
Make the appointment to- !
At The McCord Studio.
Augusta Fish Co.,
Wholesale Fish and Oysters.
Your order shall receive our
prompt attention. A trial order,
lar^e or small, is all we ask.
N. B. Dial ; A. C. Todd
DIAL & TODD
Attorney** nl Law
Enterprise Bank Build logy Laurena, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Money to loan on Heal Estute?Long
ONE MAN KILLED
AND TWO INJURED
Negro DcHiK-rudo Useu I'istol with
Deudl) Hffecl at Small Station in
MoHoo, Si-i.t. 2*. A. M, King, a
member of the sheriffs posso, was
shot und Instantly killed and Sheriff
i). I*. Douglas and Deputy J, R.
Abbott wen; painfully wounded to
day in trying to capturo James Davis,
a iiem-o desperado. who fought to
tbo last and In believed to liavo por
Ished in tbo ruins of tin- burning
liouse? near Mlddenorf, t.lds county,
when- he bud been bosloged since
early morning. Davis" will-, who aid
ed him in his defense and subsequent
ly escaped, is being Bought by a
posse. Tbo end came after a battle1
with the liogi'u In which many uhota
Summoned by Lester Murr, ginnoi's'
report man for this county, who had
been tired on by ihe negro yesterday,
and other prominent moil, the Hberlff
and his deputy went to Mlddenorf
early today. Arrived there, they
lound the object of their search, and
the deputy at once demanded his sur
The f irst light.
As tiie ollleer approached the negro
whipped out his pistol and opened hi'e
In the fusillade which followed both
Officers were wounded Sheriff Doug
lass in the rinht leg and Deputy Ab
bott in the left hand and the negro,
the sheriff thinks, was also hit.
Davis lied into his cabin nearby
and there barricaded himself. As
sisted by his wife, he prepared for
defense. Davis' house was well pre
pared for a sioge. The negro was
heavily armed and had a quantity of
ammunition. With his wife, who had
assisted him In the tlrst ?Kht with
the ofllcors, he was able to put up a
Sheriff Douglass, though wounded,
remained in charge of the situation,
and went to McIJeo for reinforce
ments, leaving a small party on
guard to see that the negro did not
Returned to Front.
At MeUoo the wounded sheriff rais
ed a posse and soon returned to the
scene ready to take the hhouse by
storm if neeessary. There were no
sinus of life, and the posse began
a search for the neuro.
Mr. King stooped down to look
under the house and was greeted by
a shot from the negro's weapon. The
bUllol took effect almost squarely be
tween Ihe eyes and the brave con
stable tell dead.
Undaunted by the sudden lire, the
ofllccrs continued their efforts to
take the desperado. The house was
surrounded and then was fired, tbo
object being to force the begro into
I lie heal and smoke proved more
than Davis could stand and he dash
ed from the burning house, only to
he met by a volley of lead. Seem
ingly hard hit. he turned back and
Sought shelter beneath the blazing
Cowers 'Menth lllnzing Itcuius.
There, hiding from the bullets of
the posses, the negro cowered, while
the llamos nte their way through the
The roof ami door fell in; the ne
gro had not appeared, lie was burn
ed to death beneath the house Which
had given him refuge, while he pour
ed forth his life at the officers is al
Davis' wife had escaped, while the
sheriff was gone, it is supposed,* as
there was no trace of her when the
po$'sc refurned. A posse is now
searching for her.
.1. M. King, the dead man. has been
living In re for several months. lb
was magistrate's constable for this
district, lie was married and leaves
a wife ami eight children.
Davis is said to have been a very
bad character. It is believed that
he was wanted in North Carolina for
crimes committed there.
tod Immediate ami Effective Relief h)
Ilyomel Is nature's true remedy for
catarrh. There is no stomach dosing
von breathe it/
When using /this treatment. you
breathe healing /?alsains and effectively
re n h the most/remote air cells of the
thront, nose add lutms, the catarrhnl
?!?>!> are destroyed quick ami sure
relief results. I
Ilyomel oft ?In restores health to
chronic ea*esltbat had given up all
hope of recovery, its best action is
at the start of the disease when the
breath is becoming offensive, and con
stant sniffling, discbarges from the
nose, droppings in the throat, or that
Choked up feeling bruin to make life
a burden. At the fust symptom of ca
tarrhal trouble, surely use Ilyomel.
Ask I ..nitrous Drug Co for the com
plete outfit. $1.00, He will refund the
money if it does not give satisfaction.
Undertakers and Embolmers
CnlU an?wered Any hours, day or night.
LAURENS, S. C.
Watts Mill. sept. v.*. Your former
Watts Mill correspondent has recently
gone to Greenville to enter school to
prepare himself for the ministry, for
which lie believe God has called him.
lie will bo greatiy missed hy ii host of
friends at this place, especially in the
church ami Sunday school in which
he has been a faithful worker.
We are glad to report Mr. Mums,
Mr. Nelson. Mr. Soggy, and Mr. .1. M.
Moore, who have all been on the sick
list, as being able to he at work again.
We are sorry to report Miss Grace
Hlakely still very sick at tills writing.
Itev. Mr. McLin has been holding a
series of meetings at tills place, as
sisted by l)r Law. Dr. Law has been
preaching some very strong sermons,
On last Sunday morning, Itev. G. ('.
Ilcdgepeth was called as pastor of the
Lucas Avenue Baptist church for the
year 1914, lie has recently accepted
Mr. Colin ( lark, of Knoree, has re
cently moved hen- and taken the
place of Dick Donnon. as clothroom
overseer. We are glad to welcome Mr.
Clark and family in our midst.
Mr. Mid Knight and family have re
cently moved here from Knoree.
Mr. Henry Madden, of Greenville,
visited relatives here Saturday.
Mr. Muck Davis and son, Dlxoil, of
Greenville visited at Mr. and Mrs.
Klbert Burns' Saturday night.
Mrs. Laura Huff, of Columbia, Mr.
:'. II. Amick, and little son. Ralph, of
CllOStnoy, S. ('., all visited at the home
of .1. M. Moore last week.
Miss Bell Martin, of Sagctown,
visited Miss Mary Babb Saturday night
Mrs. G. K. Moore and Mrs. .1. K.
Comp ton visited at .1. M. Moore's last
Misses Clntldie and Annie Moore
were in Watts Mill Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Bertie Moore and children,
Grace and little Fred, visited at the
home of Rev. G. c. Ilcdgepeth Sunday.
Mrs. W. A. Moore was also a visitor
at Watts Mill last week.
FOR THE H.AIR
If your hair is too dry?brittle?color
less? thin?stringy?or tailing out?usu
Parisian Sage?now?-at oncm.
It stops itching scalp, cleanse ; the hair
of dust and excessive oilai removes dand
ruff with one application; and makes the
hair doubly beautiful -soft ? fluffy ?
abu.idant Try a 50c. bottle to-day.
It will not only save your hair and make
it grow, but give it the beauty you desire.
LAUBENS DR Ml CO.
Laurens, S. C.
BARM N \ BULKY ( MB I S
AT CKI I N VI I I l
(?real Spectacle of "(Tcojiutru" Begins
The Barnum and Bailey Oreatesl
Show on Karth and newly added spec
tacle of "Cleopatra" will exhibit in
Greenville on October Iii,. The spec
tacle in itself is an attraction thai
should till the big tent at each per
form Mice and draw thousands of visit
ors om the surrounding districts. It
is beyond question the greatest pro
duction of its kind ever seen In Ameri
The world's most skillful scenic ar
tists, COStlimors, property builders,
chorus directors and stage managers
wore engaged to mount the produc
tion. A stage bigger than a hundred
ordinary theatres was built and made
portable so that it can be conveyed
from town to town and erected each
day In the main tent. The circus pro
prietors have thus made it possible
for those who live in contributory
towns, even farmers and their fami
lies, to see the magnificent wordless
play that is an Immense attraction in
the largest cities. It Is enacted with
a cast of 1,250 actors, a grand opera
? horns, an orchestra of 100 soloists,
a ballet of 350 dancing girls, 650
horses, live herds of elephants, cara
vans of camels, and a tralnload of
special devices, costumes, and scenery
and electrical mechanism for produc
ing stielt effects as lightning, thunder,
sand storms on the desert, volcanoes
in action, sunrise. Hoods, and mirages.
The realism of the scenery is per
fect, it is as though the audience was
looking Into the streets of Alexandria
in the day of l'toleinys. The Streets
throb with their strange cosmopolitan
life, in the middle distance Hows the
Nile, the mighty pyramids and the
sphinx looking down from past ages.
Beyond them stretch endless wastes
of sand. The laureats of a dead race
speak from forgotten tombs. The
walls of time fall down, and WO SCO
the court of Cleopatra during its years
of extravagance ami revelry, and hear
the story of the betrayal of Rome and
the undoing of Marc Antony, told in a
vividly realistic way. The incidental
music was arranged by Kalt is Kffeiidi.
late bandmaster of the Khodlvo of
Kgypt. The ballet is under the direc
tion of Ottoknr Bartlk, halletmaster of
the Metropolitan Grand Opera Com
The regular circus program is the
ilncst the Barnum and Balloy man
agement has ever offered. Thrilling
nets are presented by Katie Samlwina,
the strongest and most beautiful wo
man before the public. Mae Wirth.
the greatest of all riders: a company
of Japanese wrestlers, athletes.
BWordmon and jiu JltSU OXpOl s, Win
ston's riding seals, and Victoria Codo?
na, queen of high wlro po: formers,
There are inn performers. In th.e me
nagerie will be found the only baby
giraffe on exhibition in the world.
There will be a parade rt in o'clock
in the forenoon.
Fall and Winter
W. G. Wilson & Company are
opening full lines of Goods adopt
ed for the coming season embrac
ing some special values in the very
We can save you
On your wagon. Special
Introductory offer to
one firm in a town.
Our line of Express, Delivery, Furniture, Bakery and Dairy wagon/at low
prices. Big saving. Best goods. Cheap labor, cheap timber and low/freights
make our prices untouchable. We can make any wagon according
design. Write for catalogue quick and Price List A.
The Rock Hill Buggy Company, Rock Hill, S. C.
The Sanitary, Durable,
Flat Oil Finish
For Walls and Ceilings
"Get out of the rut" and tave money on tho interior finish of
of your home or any othor builldinK" in which yon Imvo an
Instead of wall paper, knlsomino or tho ordinary load
and-oil paints, uso P?e-Oe? Flatkoatt tho modern wall finish.
Ptt'Gee Flatkoatt Rives cone a:ul character and harmonious
atmosphere to tho interiors of private houses and public build
ings, Tho plain directions on ouch can uiako it oaay to apply
witli perfoct success.
Ask our dealer in your town for "Modern Method of Fini$h~
tng W'ul/?;" our handsomo book of color schemes, and useful
Hade by Peaslee-Gaulbert Co.
Louisville. Ky. f
For Sale By
BROOKS HARDWARE CO.
State of South Carolina,
t'OUUty oi ''miens.
COURT OF PROBATE.
P. C. Smith. Individually ami as Ad
ministratrix of the Euate of Alex J.
Smith, deceased, Plaintiff,
Mary C. Smith, Lillle Bowers, Julia
Humbert, May Smith, Cay Smith,
Frances Smith. C. R. Smith, (Bonn
Smith, ami F. M. Fuller, as Trustee,
To the defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in the
above stated action, which was hied lu
the ofllce of Probate Judge for the
County and State aforesaid on August
:50th, 1913, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on
the subscriber at his oitice in the
Barksdale Building, Laurons, South
Carolina, within twenty days from the
service, exclusive of the day of suoh
service; and if yr.U fail to answer tho
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintlfl>?TT1 apply to the Court
for the ,rtfflef demanded iu the Com
P. I\ McGowan,
Laurens, South Carolina,
August 30th., 1913.
O. G. Thompson, (Seal)
J. P., L. C. South Carolina. G-6t
County of Laurcns.
(g. B. Franklin as administrator of the
estate of Harriett Gary, deceased,
Mariah Williams, et. al., Defendants.
Pursuant to a decree In this action,
I will sell at public auction at I/aureng
C. C, S. C. on Salesday in October,
1913, the Gtb day of the month, within
the legal hours of sale, the following
described lot of land to wit:
All that-''piece, parcel, or tract of
land^/fying, being and situate in tho
city of Laurens, said county and state,
known as the Harriett Gary lot, bound
ed on the north by lands of John Garl
ington, on the cast by Green street,
on the south by lots of J. S. Hunter,
M. M. Stone and others, and on tho
west by lands of Will Campbell, and
containing one-half (1-2) aero, tuoro
Terms of sale: Cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers. If the purchaser fails
to comply with the terms of salo tho
property to be resold on the same, or
some subsequent salesday, without
further order of the court, on tho same
terms, and at the risk of the former
O. G. Thompson,
September 10, 1913.
Between Greenvlllo, Anderson and
Greenwood. Effective Sunday, Sep
tember 7th, 1913. Trains leave and
arrive Main Street Terminal.
n'o. Tune No. Time
30 fir^O a. M. 31 7:::r, A. M.
32 ?T25 A. M. :::i 9:35 a. M.
M/10:35 A. M. 35 1 1:45 A. M.
W 12:0? P. M. 37 1:20 P. M.
3s 2: l? P. M. 39 3:25 P M.
40 4:20 P. M. ii 5:30 P. M.
42 6:40 1'. M. 43 6:40 P. M.
44 6:45 P. M. 45 7:50 P. M.
46 9:10 P. M. 17 in: 1I>. M.
Tlekets on sale G. S. & \. Terminal
104 North Main street.
C. S. Allen,
?>en. Pass. Agent.
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
apply at once tho wonderful old reliable DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HHAMNG OIL,asur<
Kicnl dressing that relieved pain and heals at
the same time. Not a liniment. 25c. SOc. $1.00.
BUY LAND AND SAVE RENT!
Some More of These Leak Bargains in Real Estate Houses and Lots
227 acres, near Ware Shoals, good
Improvement, known as the Rivers
land. Prices made right.
CO acres of laud, with two dwellings,
hound_by lands of Pranks Griffin, Live
ly Hunter and others. Price $3,000.
?10 acres of land, hound by lands of
Homer Armstrong, .T. A, MeBraerty and
Others, Trice $1,800.
ST acres of land, in ono mile of
Barksdalo Station, nicely located, good
buildings and in high stale of culti
vation, a model farm. Price $.">", per
Eight room dwelling, good improved
oCut-building, in tho town of Gray
Throe lots at the Watts .Mills, nice
ly located, fronting North Harper
street. See me for prices.
Ono four room cottage, in town of
Gray Court, built 1012, finished com
plete, with a half acre lot. $000.
If you do not find what you want
in tho list, Call on me for further in
formation. I am always in touch with
parties wanting to sell or buy.
I will continue to divide the earth as
long as (here is a pebble left.
I Can Secure Loans and Make Advances on Real Estate
J. N. LEAK
GRAY COURT, S. C.
The Man That Divides the Earth to Suit Your Purse."