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Horse, hog and cattle own
ers should know that worms
cause by a poor digestive
system or improper feeding
are more than dangerous.
is a remedy prepared by a practi
cal veterinary surgeon and re
lieves the condition almost in
stantly. It should be used with
regularity. 25 cents buys a large
package. We guarantee it to do
the work or will refund purchase.
For Sale by
Laurenn, S. C.
N. 3. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Ltw
Enterprise Bank Build' /Laurens, S.C.
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POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief mnd an absolute cure
in all cases of Asahma. Bronchitis, and
lay Fever. Sold by drub gists; mail on
receipt of price $1.00.
Trial Pacltage by ma 'o cents.
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acts as a poultice, gloves instant relief.
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lIr.mers.. ., 4.
&ae. W. berguson C. C. Featherston,
W. B. Knight
FMGUSON, PBATER9TONE & KNIWtI
Attorneys at iv
, Laurens, S.
FueMpt and eareful a entien gives
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Of.ee Over lalsette Bank.
Citation for Letters of Adinlstrat.ion
State of South Carolina,'
County of Laurens.
By 0. (1. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas R. A. Cooper made suit t<
me, to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration of the estate and effects o
Lizzie K. Milam.
These are therefore, t9 cite and ad
monishi all and singul ' the kindret
and creditors of a~esid Lizzie K
Milam deceased, th ~they be and ap
pear before me, in te Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Laurenis Cour
house, Laurens, S. C., on thei 15th dai:
of May, 1914 next, after publicatior
hereof, at 11 o'clock In the forenoon
to show cause, if any they hatve, wh3
the said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 2nd dai:
of May Anne Domini 1914,
0. 0. ,Thomp son,
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spa. No. TInie
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7 11:40 A. M. ' 0 10:15 A. A~
9 1:45-P.., 20 11:55 . A
25 3:15 P. M. 24 2:35 P. A
17 5:55 P. M. 12 4:00 P. 3
19 7:20 P. M. 14 8fl0 P. 3
21 8:30 P. M. 18 7:50 P. 1
23 11:59 P. M. 22 10:40 P. 3
Arrivals from Departures f<
Greenwood and Greenwoodl all
No. Time No. Time
4 8:10 A. M. I 0:00OA.
6 10:10 A. M. 3 7:50OA. I
8 12:15 P. M. 5 10:00 A. 1
+10 2:45 P. M. **7 11:40 A.
12 3:55 P. M,. 9 1:45 P.
'14 5:25 P. M,. 11 3:05 P.I
16 7:50 P. M,. 15 5:35 P.
22 10:40 P. NI. 19 8:30 P.
(*) From Andrison only.
(**) To Anderwon only._
C. S. ALLE!N,
General Passenger Ago1
Says If Elected Governor Will Sup.
press Itace Track (gambling in
Clniteston. Is Optimistle.,
Spartanburg, May 7.-In an inter
view yesterday, Prof. John 0. Clink
scales, Spartanburg's candidate for
governor, declared himself as greatly
pleased with the action of the coun
ty democratic convention Monday. Mr.
Clinkscales was sent as a delegate by
his club to the convention, but a pre
vious engagement for May 1 ilervent
ed his attending.
"Wihat do you think of the action
of the convention touching the pri
mary, Professor?" was asked.
"Fine, very fine," was the quick
reply. '(We send to Columbia a dele
gation composed of strong, intellec
tual, honest, representative men. They
go utiInstructed as to the primary
and I'n sure every nan will vote for
sucl, rules and regulations as will in
sure an honest election."
"What lin your judgment, should
the state convention (1o to safeguard
"lcxeuse mne, please; I would not
presume to dictate to the convention
just what that body should do, but
that something will be done and the
proper thing, I have no doubht. Things
will certainly be fixed so that only
true-blue democrats can vote, each
man but once, and republicans ani
bull mtoosers not. at all. A self-re
specting republican or bull moose
would not ask it of course."
"What do you think would be the
result if the convention should fail
to take action?"
No Action Means No. Primiarles.
"If the convention takes no action
to safeguard the 'primary, and if in
thte August. nrinmnry we have nrrupuu
tion, in my judgment, it will be tho
last primary ever held in Soul h aro
lina. Good people will tolerate ,eme
things a long titme, but corruption in
elections they will not stand for."
"l)o you object to my publishing
that statemen, professor?"
"Why, certainly not; I am for an
honest election or no election. Sev
eral months ago I wrote 'ir. MeMahan
of Columbia, just where I stood in
reply to several questions he sent me.
He said Ie had asked the other candi
dates the same questions and proposed
to publish their replies. He never did,
"You talk so freely and so plainly
of the necessity to safeguard the pri
nmat'y I am led to ask what, if elected
governor, you would do with thc
"What do you have reference tc
particularly, the reputed condition of
"Yes, the racetrack gambling an1
the bold deflance of the dispensary
law; as you say, general lawless
Will Suppress iacetrack.
"Well, I have said more than once
that if I were governor I would b(
the governor of all the pepole. Char
leaton is in Soitth Carolitia, her' citi
zens ai'e South Carolinians, and 'many
of them numbered among time puircal
and~ best p~eople of the state. if I
were governor' of Soitth Carolina
woutld change conditions in Charles
I ton or exhaust the resout'ces of th<
state in the effort. There is no rea
son why Charleston shioitld be a 'ian
unto herself.' The bettor element o!
that city (10 not expect special privil.
egos and the other element shoutl(
not htave them. Blhindtiger dominea
tiont of the city of Charieston is
stench In the nostrils of decent Carei
litianms, her owvn good citizens as wvel
8'urely there Is in South tCarolia
enoughm, brain, enough money, an(
enough courage to teach the City by
the S'ea that she must obey thte lawvm
as do otheri cities or be0 wiped~ oftf thi
"Pr-ofessot', at'e you ntari h
iplain talkh wiilii hrt you in the elec
"Youthg man, you do tiot know mne
I may ntever' ito govetnor' of Soutl
Car'olina, but of otie thing I'm sure
I shall stand~ ac(Iuitted at the bat o
my own conscience. I would( not giv
a baitble for an office that I had ti
r get b~y even winking at corrutption 1I
g any shape or form. i'di have a cotn
ternpit for myself,"
BEAUIITIFUL HIAll -A
CLEAN, COOL SUALi
i. U~se Piian Sage. it Miakes the Hal
-. Fluffy and Abunmdant.
It is needless for you to have hal
that is amnything short of per'fet.
Sit is falling out, losing Coior', spilittiti
ot' if the scalp biurna and itches, in
Smediately get from hle Lauriens DT1
Co. or' any dt'ug coug ter' a 50-cent bo
tie of Par'lsan ~ agj -use it ft'euteti
'ly-(lie flrst ap)icle tion remnoves dali
Sdrttff invigorate ie scalp, and heal
Stifles the hair it ii it is glorious
1la perfdctly harmless, It contains5 ti
exact elements reotttredl & - e I1
hamr soft, wvavy, d1assv and to mal
it grow (luck and b'enu~tlful.
ful hnit' tonics known.
" " " " " " ". " " " " " " " " " "
.JOSEPH T. JOHNSON. *
" " " " " " " t " " " e " " " e " "
(By T. Larry Gantt, in Jones Coun
ty News, i llisville, Miss).
ERme days since the Memphis, Ten
nessee, Commercial-Appeal contained
a lengthy and very strong editorial of
endorsement of Lion. Joseph T. John
son, member of congress from the
Spartanburg district of South Carolina.
That paper spoke of the magniliecent
work Mr. Johnson is doing to protect
the people against extravagant expen
ditures and to bring about true re
forms in public affairs.
Among the bills introduced by Mr.
Johnson was one for members to Le
paid actual traveling expenses, and
not 20 cents per mile, as is now the
law. Mr. .Johinson argued that the
20-cent mileage was adopted before
the days of railways and cheap and
rapid transit, when members had to
travel back and forth from Washing
ton by stage coach or on horseback.
But now that they can travel on rail
ways for not exceeding three cents, it
is unjust to the taxpayers for mem
bers to receive some live or six times
their actual outlay, besides their sal
aries and other percluisities. Mem
bers from our insular Possession :, or
even the far west or Pacific slope,
thus take from the treasury a sum al
mulort equal to the salary of a con
Mr. .Johnson succeeded in having
this bill pats the house, .e it said to
the credit of the members, but it hangs
lire in the senate.
And this is only one of the highly
commendable bills this faithful and
vigilant S'outh Carolina congressman
has introduced. lie has ever since
his election to congress, fought un
necessary extravagance, and is indeed
and in truth a guardian of the public
treasury. lie has waged an unending
war against the policy of pensioning
public ofilcials, and in fact, every
financial measure introduced is care
fully studied by Congressman John
son and he never fails nor hesitate
to show the injustice of needless ex
penditures. This vigilant membe
has saved the people a vast sum o
money, and we heartily endorse al
the praise given him by the Mlemphih
The editor of this paper supported
Mr.' Johnson when he first made hi
race for congress and we have watch
ed with pride and gratification hi:
splendid caregr. lie is the soul o
honor, truth and sincerity, and hi:
constituents always know that then
every right and interest is safegaurd
ed by .Joe Johnson.
To show the kind of man he is we
heard him confess to casting a cer
tatin unpopular vote, when Senato
Irby, his bitterest political enemy
asserted that lie (Irby) was at th
polls lin Laurens all clay, and tha
Johnson did not vote. But instea
of seeking to advance his politics
success by condoning an error, Jos
.Johpson stated that Senator Irby wa
mistaken; that lhe dlid vote, while thb
senator was taking a lunch, but tI
speaker confessed that he made
mistake in that ballot. .Joe Johnsoa
then went on to state that lie kney
this confession would injure hii:
chianes for election to congress, bu
lhe had ratherca go dlown in defeat thai
secure ofllce by coniniving at an lion
est mistake or under raise colors.
Instead of that confession harmini
Mr. Johnson, it showed the voters tI
true and honest man lie was. H,
swep~t his dlistrict, and for a numbe
of terms has faithfully and ably rep
resentedl not only his constituent's, bu
the people of our entire country.
Such men as JToe Johnson, of Spar
tanburg, are few and~ far between i1
this degenerate age, and his peopI
are doing a great wvork for both thel
district and the country at larg
when they retain lhim ii offce.
We have kuowa lion. Jlosephl 'l
Johnson long and intimately, and
(lid Oti1' heart goodl to see him a
hilghly endorsed andc commended b
.such strong and wvell Informed pc
pers as the Memphis Comnmercia
.. Appeal. Ini fact, wec notice that thn
f press of the ent ire count ry isluh
la g Congressman JTohnson, of Sout
y Carolina, up as an example for thea
..God never created a purer hea
or a man mor'e free fro~m the sligh
est 'taint of corrumption. You can a
ways place ,Joe Jbohnson for lie is e'
I' er oni the side of t ruth, right and jui:
tice. Hie is not. only an able state
r man, bt he is a Chlristian gentlema
wilth heart overflowving with love ar
rcharity for his fellow-man.
The people of the old Spartan di
trilct of the Palmetto state are wvi
gIn retaining .Joo T. Jlohnson in co
gress, for' they will nover' find
abler or' better man, lie is not on
Shonored In his own country and
y his own people, bnt likewvise abro
and throughout the length and bread
of the land. Mr. Johnson is real
e doing a mor'e Important work fort
to rollof and prosperity of the mnass
than all of those so-called "leadei
combined, lHe is striking at the r'c
nf evil extravagant oxne'nditutres
the people's, hard earned tax money.
It.would not only be a reflection upon
his district, but little short of a ca
lamity to the country, to displace Joe
Johnson with any other man. In this
corrupt and selfish age, we cannot af
ford to lose public men who arc so
loyally and faithfully serving the pub
lic weal and welfare.
SU3131ElSETTvI TO RUN.
('oltnbiltn Announces Ills ('audiducy
for Stite Office in Summer Pru
Columbia, May 10.-.laines A. Sum
mersett, of Columbia, has announced
that he will be a candidate for the of
These are a few o fthe bargains
that we have to offer you at the pres
ent. If you want a home or want to
dispose of a home call me up at Gray
Court, S. C., Phone 19.
30 acres of land, more or less,
known as part of the Airs. Nan Knight
homestead. IHounded by S. P. Ball,
Mrs. Sallie Ilughes, L. ,. Wilson and
others. With dwellig and out-build
Ing. Prise $50 per acre.
93 acres of land, known as part of
the Mrs. Anne Cheek homestead,
bounded by W. Rt. 'Cheek, (eo. Smilt h
W .11. Hlenderson and others. Ilas
dwelling and outbuilding. Convenient
to school and church. Price $35 per
SS acres, known as P. 0. Smith's
home, bounded by S. A. Williams,
Chesterileld Mcl)aniel and others.
Price $37.50 per acre.
169 acres, known as Mr. Albert B.
flurins' home, hounded by Sam Burns,
Mac Burns and Robert Fleming. This
is a nice piece of property, nicely lo
cated and good im proveinents. Chen
at $15) per acre.
3-4 acre more or less, known as A.
It. Burns home, in the city of Laurets,
bounded by Lloyd Sexton, Geo. Garrett
and fronting on North I harper street,
with seven room dwelling, outbuild
ing and fine well of water. This home
has been recently built in fine loca
tion and can be bought for $3,200, onc
third cash, balance In one and I we
1 3-4 acres, more or less, known as
E. R. Blakeley home, bounded by Y. C
Hellams, J. J. Dendy and fronting
Church street. Eight room cottage
and outbuilding, city water, witl
lights. Fine pasture. Price $2,500.
54 1-2 acres, known as the Gilly F
Riddle home place, bounded by Charlie
Denson, H1. P. Garrett and Little broth
ers. Price $37.50 per acre.
The Land Man WI
flee of coknptroller general of South
Carolina in the August primaries.
Mr. Sum'mersett Is therefore seek
ing to become the successor of the
incumbent, A. W. Jones.
MNfr. S'ummersett is well known in
Columbia where he is engaged in the
insurance and real estate business
with George l. Dial, the firml name
being Summersett & Dial, of 1217
Washington street. Ile was candidate
for railroad commissioner in 1908 and
1909 and in that capacity toured the
state with the other aspirants for
state offices. lie is not making hIs
mulaiden effort in the political arena,
by any neanis, having been a canti di
dite for the legislature from ti his!
tUp-to-date bakery at very reasona
ble price and terms made easy. See
inc early if you want this property.
Also lot adjoining this lot, 62 acres,
at $50.00 per acre.
I 1-4 acres with six-room dwelling,
two barns, and other outbu1ldings at
tle Watts Mill. IPrice $1,800.00.
3-4 acre of land. bounded by Jeff
Sexton, Will Bilakeley, and others on
Mock Street, in city of Laurens; has
six room dwelling, for the small sum
1 3-4 acres of land known as the E.
W. Patton home at Watts Mill, with a
beautiful cottage and a store-room.
Also three uninproved lots at the
Watts Mill will be sold remarkably
cheap. See me for price.
I. N. LEAI
o Divides The Earti
)(ou, asky ou
o..R~ol sier Guaiv
SnlJ Cer/W vcro
county in addition to having; beo Ia
candidate for railroad commi ni'oner.
Mr. Bummersett is chairman of the
city Democratic executive committee
and a former secretary of the pardon
board where he served two years. For
a number of years he w;s trainmas
ter for the Columbia, Newberry and
Laurens .railroad. Mr. Snminmersett
lives at 2328 Park stteet. ie is a
irot her of I. T. Sntuicrsett, presi
dent of the CoitImbia Itaseball asso
Cure for Stomach Disorders.
Di)sorders f' the stomach may be
avoided by the ise of Chamtberlain's
'T'ablets. Many very remarkable cures
have ha (in fcte11(1 d by these tablets.
Sold by all dealers.
50 acres of land Bounded by public
highway running roem I2autrens to
Greenville, known as the llarksdale
Ia11(1, just outiside corporate limits of
the city of ,aurens. Price $75.00 per
117 1-2 aches btoundcd by lands of C.
A. Blah, b. E. 3l ares aL.d the Aber
(rom'bi (e !tlaln. Hlas nice dswelling,
good outhuilding, and fartm lands in
the highest state of Cultivationt. Price
$50.00 per ere.
'17 acres of la nd just outside cor
porato imits of (ray Courtl, in high
state of eultivat:on. Ilas tenant house
and is very near the G;ray ('ort-Ow
ings Institute. This properlty is cheap
at the price, $50.L0 per are.
110 1-2 acres known an the Reuben
Martin homestead, situated on the
highway from lanfot l to ("ray Court.
This is one of the finest. locations in
the up pc-r part of the county, close to
schools, ('lose in church and close to
market. Priec $15.00 per acre.
40 1-2 aches known as the S. R.
Moore tract and bounded by W. T. Ow
ens, 1. I'utnam, J. W. )nPre and oth
ers. Hlas good dwelling, good tenant
house and outbuildings. 'Phis Is a fine
location. In sight of the Gray Court
Owing Institute and the most valuable
piece of real estate than can he offer
ed to the public. See me for prices.
2 acres, more or less, known as S. T.
Taylor's place, bounde(d by North Iar
per street, Watts Mills property; live
room dwelling, storeroom 2 i xh0 feet,
with barn and fine well of water. Can
he connected with water works. Elec
tric lights already installed. Price $3,
63 acres of land, more or less, known
as the G. J. Lanford lands, bounded by
the lands of J. O. Garrett, 11. P. Bur
dette and others. Price $60.00 per acre.
i to Suit Your Purse