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Come and See
Green ('oiYee, 10 lbs for $1.00.
Sugar to sweeten it, 25 lbs sack for
A.-8.A.K.-A Flour sold at the Big
Store for $5.25 per barrel, that will
make good bread.
Pure Leaf Lard or the Rest ('om.
pou:.d Lard to shorten it. Soda and
Raking Powder to make it rise, and
the best Molasses and Syrup to eat
A few more sacks of RIed Bliss and
Irish Cobluler Potatoes to plant.
We are selling the Seed Corn
('ocke's Prolific, Marlboro Prolific,
Georgia Six Ears, Improved Virginia
White Dent andi (:olen Dent Seed
Now is the time to plant German
Jlillett and Cane Seed for an early
10 lbs of Green ('otYee for $1.00 and
better grades of ('offee, roasted or
green, at 8 lis, or 6 ills, or 4 lbs for
$1.01) Seo our ('offee---you are sure
J. H. Sullivan
Laurens, S. C.
HA N KitRl'T'S 'lETIlTION FOlt 1)15.
CI A ItWR.
Distrlet ('ourt of the United States,
District of South ('arolina.
In the 'Matter of
IIapihael l'oli akoff. lankritpt.
To the Ilionorable Ii. A. M. Smith,
.J udge of the District Court of the
1'nited 'Flates for the District of
llapha~el P'olinkolf. of Laur1ens, inl
the County of I.aiitr'en ( and Stale of
South ('a roin't. ill said )istrie't, re
sp~ectfully reptr:'scls that on the 12th
d:"y of .nn 'ta ry, list past, he was duly
adjudged btankrlupt under the Acts of
Congress relating to bankruipttey; that
he has du1ly s+Irivndered all his prop
orly and right..s of property. and has
fully coinplied All the reqjuirieneitts
of said Acts and of the orders of ti'
Court tonclting hi; batnlutcy.
\\'her'efore. he urrys that he tuiy be
decreed by the ('ourt to have a full
discharge from all debts p rorable
agailst his estate tinder said bankrupt
Acts, except such debts as are except
ed law I from such dischiarge.
)Iteti this: st dity of April. A. 1). 1911.
Order of Noti'e Thereon.
1)ltrict ('ourI (o the linited Siaos,
l)istri't of South ('olin'.
On this 'ta'd del. of April, A. I). 1911,1
oil rro ing 'he fom'g'ina:g petition, it is
Ordered cy the court 'hat a hearinm
he haI.1 ii on I '' s:;:ter on the 9tlh day
o:' \:ay, A. I). 191 . het'or:'- sai I ('our
at (harleston, S. ('.. in s:i: l I)istrict
at 1 I o'eloc k in the forenoon; and
that notice thllreof he imbtlished in the
Laiiouni; ArIvertirer, a newspaper
printed ill sai-lI isIrit, and that, all
known (reditoi's and other persons
in interest. may appear at the said
time and place antd show cause, if any
they have. why the prayer of the si.idi
petition should( not he gran led.
And It is fur ither ordered by the
Court, t hat the Clerk shall send by
mail to all knuown creditors copies of
said petIt Ion and this order, address
ed to them at their plo. es of residence
Wiltness the hionorabile H. A. M.
Smith, Judge of the said Court, ai.'
the seal thereof, at Charleston, S. (
in saidf District, on the 3rd (lay oa
April, .A. D). 1914.
RICIIARDI W. HUJTSON,
(Seal of the Crourt) * Clerk.
FINA L 8ET'f'IENT.
Take notice that on the 8th day of
May, I will rendor a finai account
of my acts and' doings -as Adiminis
trator of' the estate of W. Hf. IHall,
deceased, In the of1l0e of the Jundge of
P'robalte of L~aurcens conun'ty, at Ii o'
clock, a. wm., and on the saume day will
apply for a final dischtagc from my
trust as AdmInistrator.
Any persons Indebted to saId estate
are notified and reqluired to makhe pay
ment on that (late; and all .persons
having claims algainst saidl estate will
present them on or before saidl date.
(luly proven, or lie forever barred.
A pril 8, P'914.--i11m0.
To the Presidents of the Various Denm
cratie Clubs of Laurens Counity:
Vou wvill please take notice tiitt uni
dler the r'ules of the D~emaecratic puarty
of Pouith Carolina the various D~emo
cratic Clubls of the county shall meet
on the 4th Sat~urday in A puril, which
will lie the 25th day of the month, for
the purpose of rergaizationu of the
various clilha, and the election of del
egates to thue iCounuty Convention wihel
will convene on thle 1st Monday in
May, being -the 4th day of said month,
at the County Court Houso1 Laurens,
Please bear these dates in enindl and
call your 'various clubs togetther on:
the date above mentioned.
Uehn M.,.Cannon, Chairman,
Demoratic Party of Ljaurens Co.
ra rch 26, 4014, 36-4t
POPHIS; ASTHMA REMEDY
gives.o ypt relief and an absqlute cure
gn all casee of Authmsa, Broncehitis, and
Hay Feyer' Mild by druggists ; mail on
receipt li price $r.oo.
Trial Package by mal 10 cente,
Laures. S. '
LIEUT. GOV. SMITH
Candidate for Governor Gives His
Platform. Promises Good Service.
In formally announcing his candi
dacy for governor of South Carolina
Lieutenant Governor Charles A. Smith,
of 'Timtnonsville, has issued. the fol
lowing statement, which includes his
To the People of South Carolina:
Four years ago, and again two years
ago, you elected ie Licutent Gov
ernor of our state. My promise was to
maintain the figh standards of my pre
decessors in oflice, and by no word or
decd bring discredit to 'those who chose
in'e. Has this promise been kept?
I am now a candidate for governor
and ask a continuance of your confi
(ence and suffrages. Am I worthy ol'
promotion? Will the interests of the
people he safe in my hands? I present
herewith, in brief, 'my platform. After
all a man's life and character best in
dicate his platform. hielieving in true
democracy, When the people have
spoken on a public qtuestion, good citi
zens sing their intdividulal preferences
until another free ex pression is offered
them. I helive I ant the logical can- I
ida-lte and entitled to your considera
tion. I promise, if elected, careful at
tention to your wishes and faithful
se:vice to th state.
I stalid for eceonomy in government.
No extravagance. No v*.aste of the peo
ple's money. No appropriattions beyond
the st:te' income. No inrated ' tx
tion, exc(ept1 as towns, townships or
counties vote special levies for schools
or local necessities. A business sys
tem 'that will insure economical ex
penditure of appropriations.
I favor a flat two-eent passenger fare
on our railroad systems and no treight
discrimination against South Carolina
points as compared with idioining
a't.:tes. The railroads have hadl a large
share in the prosperity that has come
to th~e state and] do not, as public ser
vice corporations. show proper apipre
elation of obligations to the source of
I favor the sulmission by the legis
lature to the voters of the state of the
(luestion of outlawing the s 'e of in
toxicants within its borders, a mena
su'e which would insure the benefits
of the Webb law, uplift public morals
anltd rt'omte)I temporal prosperity.
I favor legislation that there miay be
no (iscrimitnation against the poor
ttn for violation of the criminal law.
I th oe sa ile Offence Olle ll1;it pal's a
fine within his means and tor free:
another, heauise of inability to iay.
goes to the clain gang or penitentiary.
I fav'or p:-ope+r leg;i.,lationt to secure'(
honesty an-! freedom in elections: but.
11m1 opposied to any quaitie:ttionl 11ha1
will deprive al n honest w hile ('cit ('en of
the rigit 0 l hllot.
I believe implieit.ly in an edine:t' 1
e"itizenship and inl placing adlequatel 1a
eilities within the reach of a rising
generation; elieve that the cottlul
sion of love and pride and public opin
ion will as readily banlih ill iteracy as
mtandalatory legislation, and~ amu lotr
coimpul sor'y eduteation ottly should t."
pecople so declare after' the siiumissioni
oif the qulestion to theoir sutffrages.
I believe .as a'mat ter of economy and
pubilic iteroest in a r'estrhction of local
and~ special legislation by the general
atssembtily, that mtore time may he de
voted to matters of state-wide impot
believe earlnest conisidertatloln
shiold lbe givent the demtatnds oif the
farmerots of the state for rural credits
andc for' agricutltutral and iduistrial ed
utcation in 0our pulick schools.
I stand loyal to Deomocracy, whiichi
metants govermnott biy all the people,
for the best intereosts of al lthie people,
and not gover'nment (if the mtatny by 'a
preferred class. Yours failthifully,
Charles A. Stmtith.
14TIOP CA T A RLIt
Use Hlyomnei-You lireathue It
Unless properly t teated tis disease
often leads to a serious if not fatal all
tment. It is needless to allow catar'h
to r'uini yourl health-use Hyotmel--it
is certainly effective relief for catarrh
ills. It's the dirent--to-the- shot treat
mient. You breathe it-no sttmach
dosing. No htou chp id shuld lbe with
eut Ilyomel. It p dt 0on13 gives qickel
andu lasting bienteflt n cases of catarrhl
but is one of thi& sures0t and mtost
icasan't troatmnits for' head( colds,
stilfiles, or croup i of childrenot.
I lyonmel is a comblination (if anttisep
tic oils-you br'eathte it--utsing a small11
inhlaler. The air laden with htealt
restoring Hyomnel soothes, heals and1(
vitalizes the sore, raw and inflamedc
memblrane of the breathing organs al
tost.nimedlaitely. Thiere is no other
renmedy that benefits so surely or so
(luickly. Money refunded by the Lau..
rens D~rug Co. if you are not satisfied.
e1Do not. be without Hlyomel antother
day. Druggist8-overywhere sell it. Get
the complete outfit--$1.00 shze--this
contaips the inhaler and bottle of hi
Nada PdeSett. Repakrs ansd
LOMMI W WOnuS, AUGUSTA, GA.
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* Native South Carolinian Will *
* Supervise Work of 'lick *
* Eradication. *
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Clemson College, April 13.-Clemson
college and the Bureau of Animal In
dustry at Washington have jointly se
lected as inspector in charge of the
work of tick eradication in South Car
olina, Dr. W. K. Lewis, a native of An
derson county, where his people still
reside, and -a thoroughly trained vet
Dr. Lewis graduated in 1900 at the
Ontario Veterinary College, an institu
tion alliliated with 'Tronoto University.
In 1903 he graduated at the McKillips
Veterinary College, Chicago, one of the
world's )most- famous veterinary Insti
)r. Lewis has had a wide and varied
experience. For seven years he was in
charge of the National Stock Yards of
Chicago, one of the largest stock cen
ters in the world. For the year fol
lowing he was engaged in tick eradi
cation work in Texas. For the last
four years he has been connected with
the lureau's olice in Atlanta, in which
position he has come in close touch
with the work in South 'arolina, eGor
gia and Florida.
l)r. Leawis brings to the work in his
native state his heart as well as his
head. I nto his hands the colic z , and
the Federal department will 1largely
commit their interests in the great
work to be done in South Carolina.
Clemson college is calling on the
newspapers and all good citizens -to
render 'l)r. I ewis all possible aid and
encouragement in the Important and
dillicult task which for the next three
or four years he wil be performing
for the stale.
)u ring his first six months of work,
1)r. ILewis will have his headiqarters
at Clemson college. After that, he
will 'make his headiuarters where it
will best suit the progress of his work.
'nder the plan agreed upon by the
college and the b'edera1 bureau, this
state will l' iiale a separate (listrict
reliorting directly to the Washington
olfice instead of through the Atlanta
otlice as heretofore. Sulbject to tile
general sutpervisiol of the college and
he governm1ent, I)r. Lewis, the ins pec
tor in charge, will plan the work of
eradiation, select suit able meen for his
field force, and(l decide upon the most
ellicient (distrihiftion of territory.
Deafness Cannot. Be i nred
by local applieations, as they cannot
reach hlie diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cu re deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional rem
edies I)earfness is caused by an in
fla:n'ad cundition of the iamuicouis lining
of the i.'ustachian Tube. \'hlen this
tube is inill:imed you have a rumiaubliig
sounal or ilmper'ect haci'ing, and when
it is entirelyc!ose<}, deafness is the
resualt, and 1n1111 is thc intlimationa
can be taken oaft q id this Iube restor
ed to its IormIlljcondition1, hearing
will lbe (lestroyed forever; nine cases
out of (en are caused by ('at arrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed col
(litiolt of the mucout s surfaces.
We will give One Ilundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
cat arrha) t hat ciann aot, lbe cuired by
1lhall 's Catarrha Cuare. Scnd for circui
F. .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by diruggists, 75c.
Take llall's Family illls for' consti
TWO ARE PARIOLED.
Executive (Cleniency Has ieena Exer
cined by Hilm ini Nearly 1,200 Cases.
Columbia, April 1 0.-The governor
has granated a parole to Israel Ford,
who was conavictedl in D~orchester coun
ty ini A pril, 19I 13, of miaanlauaghter anid
seniteniced sto serve two yeaars in the
A parole has beena granated to Gil
her't Kelly, who wvas convicted ini Ker
shiaw county in No~eomber, 1913, of as
sault anad baittery with Intent to kill
andl senteniced to three yearn In the
Since assumaaing omlee the governor
has extended clemency ini 1,191t cases,
Pardons . .. . .. . .. .-162
Total .. .. . .. . .. .1,l'.1
"TIZ" EASES TIRED,
SORE, S OLLEN FEET
.Just take your 'hoes off anid then
lpu t those wvear'y, hoc-crinkled, 'acha
lng, buIrninag, corna-l >estered,. bunIon
tortured feet. of you -s in a "TIZA" bath.
Your toen will \ wjlggle wvith joy;
\ltey'll look up
' t yeou and al
most talk and
then they'll take
another (live in
that "TIZ" -bath.
feet feel all
try "TIZ". .It's
grand - Your
, feet will dance
* with joy; ,no
pain in corns, callouses and bunions.
There's nothing like "TI7Z." It's the
only remedy that draws out all the
poisonous exudations which puft up
your feet and cause foot torture.
Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" at any
drug or depantmen't store-dlon't wait,
Ahi how glad your feet get; how com
fortable your shoes feel. You can wear
shoes a aize 0ra1r if yu dei..4.
Are alright as far they go, but on
Fair Day they don't go. What you
need then is one of our
Hone-Made Ice Cream Cones
Filled with delicious Ice-Cream made of the
purest ingredients and built just to suit any
body's taste. Try one at the School Fair and
you'll try another.
While You Are In Laurens
Drop in at RAYS and take a good look over
our.many desirable litte things such as:
TOILET WATERS--Mary Garden,VantinesWiste
ria Blossoms, Djer-Kiss, and Richard iudnuts.
COLbGNE--We have the best imported Colognes
and extracts that can be bought. Also excellent
line of Sachets.
STATIONERY of the righest quality and in the
FACE POWDERS and Complexion Soap.
We extend a cordial invitation to everybody in the
county to make our store your store on School Fair Day.
123 acres, four miles east of Laurens Cour't House on
Clinton road, well improved at a bargain. Terms easy.
J. W. Moore Place, near Mt. Pleasant, 75 acres at
$20.00 per acre.
The Coleman Place, six miles west of Laurens, 125
acres at a bargain.
Dorrohi Place, near Boyd's Mill, 2'20 acres at $12.50
Jno. Clardy Place, near Mt. Olive, 165 acres, $10 an acre.
45 acrcs one and one-half miles South-east of Laurens,B
$45.00 per acre. f
One house and lot near the Laurens Cotton Mill School
building at $1,000.00.
1,000 acres, three miles west of. Wet rloo, in several
tracts, at a bargain.
The Dr. Duvall Farm on Pea Ridge, 100 acres and
splendid improvements, well located as to schooels, churches
and good neighbors.
A 50 acre farm in same neighborhood at a reasonable
One house and lot on West Main Street, now at a bar
gain for a quick sale.
175 acres in Sullivan Township, the T. Wood Brown
' Farm. A bargain.
Laurens Trust Company
R. A. Coo Dl, President. C. W. TiaNRi, Se, S& Trean
Adersen ? Blakeley, naneaig Sea e state Sales.
gain for URENic, sal.