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Of You WIshe To Obtain Complete
and Permanent r sults Try
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
One Dose Wil Convince You
Mayr's Wonderfil Stmnach Remedy I: weI
knownth lrough'Iout the countlry. Maythonlsatu'
people lt.wi Itkvt it. fPo Stourte,. I. vel nt'
itestinzil Ailiieits eult 1 a Ilt lnatveIo,'-4 iesoILu
ans'i lire llnghl$y pir-ti:'ie", it t0 001the.4. AALIW1ni,,h:
IM'iiefr its letlh aels h.v4' rievi\'ll even tItoi 0li1
dos4e are he .te retIwite Cuh i mid ex..i at i. It
Ilu-s1.m i stle. It e-m iy ever faits ttl the
i tl i ll St i r:- lch. i .sve an I '2rttestit.
ml. at F:ll .lillol l
colic Aftah T hi ver, C . . i
etc., slholhld It ll no- ' tft :i t - - .. T
benlefits stlonilwh soie1.11ts vso sv t
Ml.xyr's \ l-. cerful .I t mi. It .e! -0iy l
utelived k. Il :? ,eli h t-1 c ' . y a I I' b ;
Iol~t. Ic . Nl. C eti .t. iI~t Llalf
to digerst 1111 :iti erw f.o:r.
farrtt to rI in k,
tht. he~lv, i 11vi t 0; r :'1" -S . h I o l'
.110 tulisch-,e justre :'mil g ol - --t.
F11al coor the corn B :a-e
n lJ sillyetin. ;ttl this is of'-lef o $ .
Mt dols of 'y o' d forI'ru st-1.0)
Reme4y. I of reti (IIeer or..- .nd 11
ch -lib i.' -.1f . I mt nIe tS -n1, fo r .- : k.
11 lhi.:rr Mof I t et ut.e 15445 W . .ns1.1
For sade b)y
LAURENS DRUG CM
Coffee to Drink
Flour to Bake
10 lbs of Glor for ....$5.0
01 11bs- of Greent Coffee for ......$1.00
1 bis of Grel Coe for . . .. ...$.001
SlIs of ollasel for.... .... ..$1.00
5 lbs of lonsted Coffee for
41 lbs. of Roastel Coffee for .. ..$1.00
Coffee 10e per cani.
I bbl (if Flour for .. ... ..$ .0
1 b . of Flour foir .... .. .. .$5.25
1 bll. of Flour for . . .0
1 bb1l. of Flour for . .. ... .$0 .00
1 1b4. of Flour for . .. .....$7.00 '
The lig Store i fle place to buy
yorFlour andl Coffie
1) MbS. (if GenCofec only . .10
1 bbl. "l.\saka" Flour only ...$5.115
Talk to) (lhe Ilig Chief.
Tradle with1 (lhe lioy..
J. H. Sullivan
Laurens, S. C.
FIN AL SETIMENT.
Ta. notice that. on the 29th day of
May, 114, I will render a flnal ac
count oif my acts and doings as Ad
mninistratrix of the estate of S. D.
Childress teceaised, in the office of
the JTudge of Probate, of Laurens
County, at 11 o'clock, a. mi., and on
the samte day will appily for a final
discharge from my trust as Admin
Any persons indebted to said estate
arie n~otifiedl and retiuireid to makec pay
mtent on t hat date; anti all persons
having clalirns against saId estate will
piesent them n (i r b1 efor'e saId date,
duily proven, or' be forever bairred.
7,ula P. Chilldress,
A prIl 29, 191-t.-1 mo.
When your feel g1g:
vous, tiredl, worriedI or dies iondent it is a
sure sign you neted MO'(T'd NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew the ni rmal vigor and
make life worth living. ite sur and ask lor
Mott's Nerverigne Pills Prce$10
WI/il LJAMS MFC. CO., IPreps., Cleveland. Ohio
LAUREhI i)RU'll Co.
Laurea.I 14. '.
Dr. T. L. Tim merman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
At 7 per cent on improved
farms In amounts of $3,000
and up for term of five years.
No commissions charged.
Only katual expenses for
preparation of legal papers.
.Carolina Jond& MortgageCo
Union Bank Building,
Columbiai S. C.
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NEWS FROM YOUNGS.
Youngs, May 18.-Mr. laniliton of
North Carolina visited his sister, Mrs.
Wilkie Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. W. W. Wallace is spending a
while in Spartanburg with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Ilunch, whose baby is very
Mr. Frank Abercromble's baby ltas
been sick several days.
Alr. Oscar Cox of Georgia, visited
his sister Mrs. Frank Abercrombie a
rew days ago.
Tie Alisses Wingo and. brother of
Kilgore visited their uncle, lien Wingo
)f this community yesterday.
.lr. Mills Cox and little daughter.
iAinnett, went to Woodruff Saturday.
III. and Airs. Skinner of S'partan
.ure' county, visited Mr. W. 0. Sitton's
Ir. Tomll Henderson and fa1muly at
elded Ireaching at Dulbin yesterda:.
ir. .Ioo Williams of hAanford, visit
A in t1-s sect' -i rst Wednesda...
Messrs. Aust in. Paul and .1. It. Aber
roibie allended the burial of 'o .1.
\I. Camon at Laurcns W-'inesday.
.\;-'. WA. 11. C'oolper. and son, I.Iw rence
if Owings, ca le ee Austin Aher
-obiIe Thurs( .
There is a ie\ baby girl at tIle
(oie of ir. W. Z. Williams.
.\rts. M. A. Abercronibie is having a
,ir. Lester [Iage and mother, of
'toodriff visited Mir. Whiiinerl Page's
.\lr. Austin Abercrombie was a1 bjusi
tess visitor at Fountain na Monday.
In tie abseice of our regular sup
rintenideit, Mlr. It. G. Ilarims, Nr. 0.
.('ox served at iramnlett's Stnday
It hasn't been decided when our
'hildren's i)ay is to be. but the are
('hild ('ross ? Feverish fi ik I
A cross, peovish. listless (.hi.d, with
'outed toigue, pale. doesn't sileel)
Its somtetiies very little, then againl
,avenollsly; stonmach Sour'; breathl
etid: 11tains ill slomac'h ltl diarte
intis tetht Wiile asleepl, and starts
1) with terrorl -all stiggesI a Worm
Killer -somethin g that expels worms,
Ind almost every child I hs thei.
Kickaploo Worm Killeir is needed . Get
i box today. Start at onve. You
won't have to coax. as Kickapoo
Wormi Killer is a1 cantdy confection.
Nxtpiels the worms. tie cause of youi'
ilid's troule. 25e at your dru gigst.
('itA(' (MI.AN (GE TS AWAY.
Ilolh l'.elee le ' 'xpress Oflire aliii .ilakes
en e, S. C., lay Il. --.\evording to
reporls from semli-ollivial sourcevs, :Ib
olutitly nto t rice of he yegg.enlc who
,racked the safe in the o:licC of the
Southern'i EItpress compantly here last
tight has been foutd. Attaches of ihe
'olpaly will give nothing for publi
ation, but it is rumored that a large
i('illit of hooty was secured by tihe
Thte exptress of11ee is located only
.t few yard(s fiomu the telegrapht if
[lee, iln whli(ch the oper'ator's arie on
dluty all ight. A negro helper Is
also employed dur'ing thte night at
the st~ation, btut neither heard Ithe ex
tlosioit whtich tor'e the locks of thte
smlil safe itto fragments.
.After ent.ei'ing the offlee bty thte
Front door0). the robber's spiked dlownt
te door)1 in a manner which made ii
Ilimpossile to oei it. After cirackinug
te safe tiley' left by3 a reartt windIow.
It ir, said( thtat a package conta iniing
mtore thani $500 wvas shipped from An
'11rsont duin g tite dayt3 an 111was ileft. in
hte (Jlice over iIgh t and1( this mton ey is
tart of thte amitoun t missiing.
Four' 0r ive rail road1 detect ivces~ are
boreo itnvest igaintg. 'i'hey are making
1.n extensive iinvestigation and1( it is
laid bty some that the amount iissing
may) 'ti runin t e thousanrds.
"T1Z"~ FIXES TIRED,
SORE, SWOLLEN FEET
Giood-biye sore feet, buring feet,
luwollent feet, sweaty feet, smelling
feet, tired feet.
Glood-biye cornas, cal louses, blionsiti
anld raw ((pots. No mlore( shoes tight
ness5, no0 llilC
A impiiith piain
youri face in ago
cal, acts rigi
out all the pioison
OtI u Cxutdationst
whiihl putff til thc
feet. Usne "TIZ''
and forget your
footmisery. Alt! how comfortable your
feet feel. Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ''
now at any druggist or dlepartmnent
store. D~on't suffer. IHave good feet,
glad feet, feet that never swell, never
hurt, never get tired. A year's toot
comfort guaranteed or money refund
Sold in Lautrens by Lautrens Drug Co.
DR., CLIFTON *P'a '
eme. Is s1m.. aanmaris
Phone OMt. ?oa 86: Reuidn'P
Mary Bagwell Scott.
On Friday afternoon, March 20, at
her home near Princeton, Mary Bag
well Scott, wife of John' D. Scott, en
tered into rest-the rest that remaIn
eth to the people of God. Besides her
husband and four children of tender
age, Robert, Mary, Frances and Clara
Belle, she leaves several rothers and
sisters to mourn her loss. On Satur
(lay following, in the presence of a
vast throng of sorrowing relatives and
friends, her mortal remains were laid
to rest in the church-yard of Columbia
church by the side of two previous
babes who had preceded her to the
grave. 1Her pastor, Rev. W. .1. Foster,
in simple and touching wordg per
formed the burial service and many
of her closest friends assisted in the
last sad ofilces.
She went in the spring-time and in
the lush of young woman-hood, being
thirty-two years of age. A few years
ago she was happily married to .lohn
D. Scott and, hand In hand, they walk
ed life's way. Fihe was the keeper
of hiis Iiom e, living gene'rousIily, worth
a : and full-heartedly, keeping bright
ly burnling in the hearts of her failiI y
le sacred fires of sympatly, honor
With her going was a pathos that
touched the deepest reesses of the
heart. iF-tricken a week before her
death with paralysis, she could not
speak so her love(l ones were denied
the comfort of the last word. Though
her mind was clear she was unahte
to give expression to her last thoughts.
She was a trite Christian. II early
girlhood she aecepted Christ as her
.avior and united with tle Columbia
Baptist church. We knew her as an
obedient child, a beatLifill'and i modest
womn lii, a true wIfe and. motiter. failti
ful and loyal to life's eve"y trust. We
prized her friendship.
Now, stince the first grief and shock
have imssed, we ito not mourn the
death of our frieid hit, rather with
(haIstenled spirit and gratefil leart.
woid we remetber how witholit re
pro:ch she lived 'among us; how, diir
Ing file few ye:irs of her life, she auis
ed to be huilled in III hearts of her
frin ds III( iliost endiuriing memorial.
Ilere Ioe keeus vigil am] lights the
wiied fires of fonutest .ie.niories. cauls
Ing them to horn with steady glow ho
foIre the restiig l1:1i (if oi r dead. I low,
tiei when De:1th ca ie, ter life and
conduct were siteh 1tht she could
meet It wit hlo f1ar o' shame. *
To the at 'ickenl ones we offer the
symi thy of our poorl heart. Froi
time to tine. as you go to her last
resting pla(e. think of ler as safe on
the othir side, ho'ekoning youl to come
too. Now. tht:i she tni ithe (th(r1 two
prvecious hates are there. Hie.ava en will
st em mo(re homelke. Acknowledge the
hand of a wise Cod. and be coiforted.
for Ile never nmatke a mistake.
"Mary W. C."
Princieton. S. ('.
* NEWS FROM JONS *
*..,'SS* * eo S S ee * ee e S
.Jonies,A.tay 25.-WXe are indebted to
our friend, Mr. J1. A. Illis1, for some
ic te honiey.
Alfour people are very grateful
to Messrs McCombsi, RIley and Coebb
for working ouri roads so well.
Misses L~illian and~ Delle .lones have
ftinistied thIieir school s in RichIan and 01(
are at hioiie for the suatmmer.
Mr's. D~ave Mlajor, of Stoney Point,
receiity s3 viIt ed hen pla rents, lion, and
I Ms. J1. F. Morrison.
htorn on the 6th Inst to Mr. and Mirs.
'iarmley Brissey, a da ughtecr.
Mirs. Toccoa Cannon, or Abbeville,
spoint last week wIth Mr's. Dri. WV.
Tlow iies .10ones.
We recently met our' warm frIend,
Prnof. .J. C'. Cork, of Rlock 111.11
Mrs.. John Stims, of War~terlon, recent
ly visited heri daiughter'. Mr's. WV. T.
Mirs. h'. E. Mairtin anid Masteir Wm.
.lones, a fter spendIng two weeks with
l''"liiil? naets, Dr. and( Mr's. WV. Tr. Jones,
i'" e reotur ined to Palirfieldu.
Our Stinday sc'hoot. under' the efm
'ont su norintendency of lHon. J1. F.
''"rison, Is progiressing nicely.
1'ev. RI. F. Mtoirris, of Princeton, wvill
"i ts uonitmnit here on the 2nd
"';nda:y ilght in June.
Mris. C,. WV. Jeonkin and sons, WiI
'"m indn Walter, are visiting her par
('ets. 'Dr. and Mi's. WV. T1. JTones.
We svnmathize with Mr. John Coch
,'c' in the heavy toss h'e recently sus
tritnid In the burning of lisa barn.
IKeep Rowel Movement Re~gular.
Dlr T~ni's New Life PIlls keep
atomneh. liver and kidneys in healthy
roadifton. Rid the body of poisons
'in 'vnuste. Tmprove your complexion
f".htng the lIver and kidneys. "I
'- morep relIef from one box of Dr.
SNew Life Pills than -any medi
T"r nvet tried," says C. 1E. Hatfield
eno Tll. 250 at your druggist.
"-"muiito Nets, in all styles, just re
r otver Let us fSt up your bed.
nl M.&IA H. WH.J10R & O.
War Has Been Declared A
We want 300 Men to wear our Palm
Stock ready to put. on RIGHT NOW. All e
Ladies' Shoes S1
Nine tracts of land belonging to
and near Barksdale Station will be s<
bargain in every one of these tracts:
(1) The Glenn Place one mile
Road containing 236 acres.
(2) Creswell Franklin or Knob:
to Goodgions Factory containing 78
(3) Second Knob Place joimni
4Permelia Sliockley Tract cc
Nathan Barkadale Tract cor
6 Catherine Putnam Home P1
7 Part of Catherine Putnam
4The Bill Armstrong Place c
9)The Mitchell Place at Barks
rens Road containing 126 and 1-2 ac
One concrete store room at Barn
House and lot of Anna C. We
Featherstone Place on West Main St
The A. J. Ta'ylor house and lot
Nice Bungalow on South Harper
S. S. Boyd Place on East Main
One house and lot in town of Gi
Thad. Nelson house and lot oni
Four Hundred acres five milei
Five Hundred acres one-half miu
as Henry Place.
*Two Hundred acres, bounded by
place, know as Motte Place.
Four Hundred acres, bounded by
known as Alsie Coleman Place.
Mary C. Sullivan house and lot
Two houses and lots on Laurel !
R. A. COOPER, President. .
gainst Hot Weather.
Beach Suits. We have them in
izes and shapes to everybody
Mrs. Mattie D. Putnam at
id in the next five months--a
of Greenville and Laurens
Place on road from Barksdale
above tract containing 30
ntaining 27 acres.
itaining 58 acres.
ace containing 19 acres.
Place containing 34 acres.
ontaining 65 acres.
dale on Greenville and Lau
st and known as the C. C.
reet in city of Laurens.
an East Main Street.
Vest Hampton Street.
of Whit mire, known as the
es of Madden Station known
lands of T. M. Shaw horne
T. M. Shaw home-place and
on Sullivan Street.
S. MACHEN, See, and Treas.