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troller of the Currency.
D. C., Oct 27, 1914.
S. by'siltsfactory evidence
Bo tLe undersigned it has
appear that "TIM LAU
t ONAL BANK" in the CITY
In the county of LAU
tate of SOUTi CARO
Inilled with all the pro
StAtutes of the United
ed to be complied with
>clation shall be author
nuce the business of
ORP]FOR10, 1, JOIIN SKlMCL,
IAMS. Comptroller of the
le do heredy certify that
LINS NATIONAL BANK"
Rt of LIAUINS, in the coun
FiNS and State of SOU'TI
1s authorized to com
usi ess of Banking as pro
ectL n Fifty-one hundred
no. f the Revised Statutes
of Tie Dank of Lau
+ 0 ilEEOFwitnless
my hand and Seal of oinco
a) this 27th iay of OCTOiER,
JNO. SKlTTON WILLIAMS,
Comptroller of the Currency.
Notice of Sale.
tice is hereby givon that five
is of First. Natioi:l ihtnk of Clin
tock, of the ostat. of the late .1.
eel, will be sold at public outlry
S'hc'legal holiunr of sal' inl tr on
court louse at LalresI. S. V.,
lesday inl Deceiberl, I9 1. bein g
1i day of the monthi.
NF. P. EIL, Mxecutor,
Greenwood, S. C.
rvheat on one
vwn in Laurer
eny condition v
i~1 the Contest i!
4ise over 400 lb
sNclude Lime or
' N.ct you may u1
MN~ Lontest 'up
NJohn D. W. V
mMake OU R bar
No1. 1~ FINE\
SEDOR EN OUR V
ST FOR CENTURIES.
SILNt~~1VER WA RE DOES
XI A STORE EULLI~ AND
'. b'A S GIFTS,
Si bebdingQRR YOU A AKE YOUR?
t LEMING E
Mr. Stock Owner!
We carry in stock all the
which are guaranteed to do the
work claimed for them or pur
chase price will be refunded.
Boyd's Sure Pop Colic Cure, large. $1.00
Itoy d's Sure Pop Colic Cure, sra!l , .50
Boyd's Sure Pop Fever & Cough Cure .50 I
Rloyd'sSuroPop Purgativ . . . .50 G
Boyd's Suro Pop Eye Romedy . . . .50
Boyd's Sure Pop Hoof Liquid . . . .25
Boyd's Sure Pop Magnetic Ointment . .25
lloyd's Liniment, small . . , . . . .25
Boyd's Liniment, medium . . . .50
Boyd's Liniment, largo .. .. 1.00
Boyd's Worn and Condition Po. siu. . .25
Boyd's Worm and Conditioi Po. ned . .60
Boyd's Worm and Condition Po. Ige. 1.00
For Sale by
Ladrens, S. C.
Ino. W. Ferguson C. C. Featier. tone t
W. B. Knight
PERGUSON, FEATiERSTONE & KNIGHI
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
l'roipt. a1nd earefti attentlion gien
to all business.
Oflice over 1'alnetto' lank
best yield of
acre of land I
is County. The
ie make on you
3 you must not
s. of Commer
This does not V
any home pro- ,
ik YOUR bank.
I Bank of Laurens
C. H. ROPER, Cashier
HINA WARE 1
NOT STRIKE~ )'OUR IFANCY~,*
rake Long Step TowArd Sicuring Ob.
ject. Meet In Greenvle.
lock 11111, Nov. 19.-With an open
ossion ,at which the exercises were
>eautifully typical of the real ivork
if the DAughters of the American lRev
>lution, the South Carolina conference
>f the order adjotirned tonight, after
session marked by a long step in
he direction of its ptriotlc educational,
utirpose. That step was the final at
angement of plans for the mountain
chool, to be conducted by the order.
'he detalls were left in charge of Ia
onmittee, which will report on furth
r arrangements. Landruml has offer
d a site for the school and George
own has offered a site and a. building.
The final business ieeting, preced
ig the openl session tonight, which
rought the conference to a close, was
evoted to routine affairs and to the
tection of olflcers and the selection of
Ie(, place of meeting.
Most of the ofilcers held over, their
orms not expiring. Only three were
o be elected at this meeting. he
lectioll for these places resulted as
ollows: Second viee regent, Mrs. W.
1. Ardrey of Fort Mill; aulditor, Nilrs.
.U. Johnson, lVock 1ll; assistalntt
istorian, Pi. CL (. von Tresckow,
Greenville was Selected as tile next
leeting Wilae, the conference to be
el( (in iiig the week beginning No
The programme for the open session
Alusic, Mrs. J. larron Steele; re
ort of standing committees, marking
evolitionary graves, Mrs. W. B. Ar
Iey; patriotic education, Mrs. H. 1. i
ailisle; D. A. It. magazine, Miss IEdith
)eLorme; welfare work, Mrs. F. L.
layes; music, violin solo, Miss Mar
aret Childs; old exchanges, Mrs. G.
von Kolnitz; real daughters, Mrs.
C. von Thesckow; D. A. R., Miss
louise Fleming; conversation, Miss
,essle Witherspoon; memorials, Mrs.1
t. M. Pratt; prevention of desecration
,f flag, Mrs. A. C. Ligon; publicity,
1is Kate Lilly illne; intsic, .\rs. D1ar
Dig shipment ('hi stimas Wagons and
eloci)Pedes just received and the prie
s are so low that every clil(d (al i
S. Ni. & 10 11. Wilkes & Co.
Despondenc y 11iihie to Indigestion,
It is not at all surprising that per- I
oils \wh11o h1avt inligestion becolle dis
our laged and (lesponideit. 1Iere art, a
.w wvorils of hope an(d cieer for them
y Airi,. hlianiche lbowers, Indiana, Pr.
For years imiy (igestioll was so poor
hat I cohllil o111 eat lie lightest foods.
tried (verything that I heard of to
et relief, hut not until 111)out. at year
go whent I saw Clall)er'lain's Tablets
dvertised anld got a bottle of theml, I
id I find Ile right treatment. 1 soon1
egan to improve, and since takilg a
Pw bottles of theim ily digestion Is
Ile." For sale by all dealers.
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Tibutiiiie of1 llespe't. *
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'lie commii it appinted10( by th is lodge
o iia ke a su1 tallei(l( rir on1 the (d(eathi
f our1 brotheri, .10ohn Ws. Liittle, beg to1
ubmiut the following:
'0 tile WorsiiipfulIN .\a ster, War'dens
and1( Ilrthrenlo of ('ampbe1)11ll odge
Co. 4I, A. F. Ni.
Whereas, God has, In llis all wise
'revidence, sawv lIt to remo11ve fr'om tile
usy scenes of is transitory existence
m1 tils ear'th, otar beldv'ed brother,
ohni W. Iittle, whlose body we have
olnigned to the earthl from whence
t cameII, lis spirit to the Glod who gav'e
t; but his memory will ever be cher
shed in our' hearts.
Brother' Little was made a Mason In
857, by I'almetto Lodge No. 19, A. F.
1., at Laaurens, and in 1867 lie moved
is mlemblersip to Ca mpbell Lodge
40. 44i, A. li. .\I. at Clinton. lie was
11u' oldest and a faithfult membher'.
First, We bo0w in humble submissIon
0 thle will of the- AlmIghty God who
;ves uts lIfe and takes It away at ils
;oodl p1n leasur; and11 we recognIZe in1 tihe
leath of Outr departed brother, niot an1
*Ceiet, buit tile dleckisi of IlIIm who
ets always In wIsdom and In love.
koconid, We diesire to express sorriow
or the loss of 0110 whom wve
inte knowni and lovedi for years;
Lmd to Put oil record( 0our ap1
>r'eiationis Of his slincere4, man11
y and noble character; as a man and
rlasonl, lie was excepitional inl his wvis
bomn, 1h1s gentleness and unselfishness.
-Ie ever showed that charity and1
>r'othlly love whlich are' dematnded
is tr'alts of a M5ason. lia was the
*ympiathietic heart, the 0open hiandthtie
intliring service wvhieh dhrew meni to
imi In confidence anld love. Suchl was
ti examlie In our1 Lodlge and In our'
ommunity, that we are. grateful for'
ti influence and even ini our grief for'
Is less wve feel that It was a privilege
0 know 111m intImately. Our brother
van an active member of Camp R. S.
)wens No. 932 U. C. V. lie was a
irave Confederate sokler In the War
letween the States.
Third, But alas! From the Supremne
ti'ehitect of thn Universe wilo nyrenldan
Should Buy Your
Groceries of Us
BEOAUSE we treat all cus
tomers with equal fairness.
Our grocery business is moas
ured by the golden rule of a
squaro deal for all.
Our prices are square, too.
Order Thanksgiving Specials this morning. Re
member we are plentifully supplied with delica
cies of all kinds.
J. C. SHELL & COMPANY
CARPETS AND RUGS!
You cannot afford to trust valuable Car
pets and Rugs for leaning to methods that
are incorrect and unsafe. Our methods are
safest and cleanse them throughout with a
revival of latent colors, making them like
new and without damage to the finest
fabrics. We also Dye Carpets and Rugs
when possible to harmonize with color
Footer's pye Works
Always Safest and Best
COUPONS I COUPONS!
Thousands of Them for
the Friends of Boosters
BOOSTER COUPONS NEXT WEEK
From Monday November 30th, to Monday, December 7th, we shall
give double Blooster' Coupons on all cash purchases made at our
store, also we shall give double coupons this week on settlOfeents
Come in. Bring your friends in. Look over the bargains we are
offeing. Please yoursc-lf. Favor some Booster with your coulpons.
Are you getting those fifty coupons free from each of your friends
in order to ro'ward the most skilled wvriters of cards in the Post
Card Contest, the Booster Journal of Springfield, Ill., will give to
each of the best ten writeors, who is not now a Booster, a non-trans
ferable coup)on check for .10,000 Booster Coupons. .This must be
deposited for yourself in the Booster Club Ballot Box. This check'
with other Booster coupons you can collect will enable you to win
one of the premniums that wVIII be given in the Booster Club. On Sat
urday, next week, closes the big offer for free coupons.
Who will win the watch Monday, 'December 14th?
Our windowvs were trimmed by Liena Rountree,
Music on Saturday by Miss 101va Bolt and Miss Oeorgia Medlock
,one hour each.
BALL4OT BOX. COUNT .oN DAY. NOV. 23.
FIRST--Miss Ruth Patton.\/
SICCOND--Miss Alberta Riddle;
TiHID-Miss May Roper.'
FOURTi'f--Miss Georgia Medlock.
Others following -closely.
J. C. Burns & Company
The Booster Store
,Laurens, S. C.
We Would Jike to Have Your Next
Order For JOB RNTN, o
About' It? PITNI~
"Can we forget, him No -
Hi* earthly,forn may go,
His kindly smiles be hidden in the sod;
But when otar gavels ring,
IPond menoires they. will bring
Df Brother 'Chaney' at rest with God.'
Fourth, We do hereby, as a Lodge,
Lender our sympathy to his bereaved
ramily. And assure them of our sor
'ow with them in this bercavement.
We commend then to the care of the
Iracious God whoim our brother served
ind we pledge ourselves to manifest
.lie brotherly love which consists not
n owrds alone, but in any active kind
less by which we may fanifest our
leep interest in their welfare.
May they find comfort in the assur
ince that he whom they loved has on
y been transferred to a higher service
and a nobler place in the Kingdom~ of
"The stone which was shaped, fitted
mereby the shari) strokes of suffering7
ias been lifted to its abiding place in
he Upper Temple."
Fifth, That these resolutions be en
ered lin our minutes and that a page
>f which shall be set apart in memory
>f our brother, and that they be pub
Ished in our city and county papers,
tnd that a sopy be sent by this Lodge
o the family of our deceased brother.
W. A. Shands,
It. P. Adair,
D. T. Copeland,
T. J. Duckett,
Don't forget that we are headquart
sr for llankets and our prices are
ower than you will ilnd elsewhere.
S. M. & 10. H. Wilkes & Co.
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
four drurgist wit refund money if PAZO
)INTMECNT falls to cure any case of Itching,
ilind. Bleedingor Protruding Piles in6 to 14 days.
he fist application gives ]ase and Rest. 50c.
ILAIMS AMERICAN CITIZENSIIIP.
Ilnn Arrested as a German Spy In
England, Says lie Is From Texas.
London, Nov. 21.--The intense pub
ic Interest in the case of Carl Hans
.ody, the recently executed German
py, is being paralleled In less de
;rce by attention given the trial of
lie ian who claims to be Bridgman
L'aylor. 1n polICe Court today thme pris
ier; who has an Amneriean passport
n the name of Taylor, but who Scot
and Yard insists Is lorst von dier
;oitz, was remanded for a further
earing. It is intiiatedl the next hear
ng will he before a couirtmartial.
Tli only (harge against (lie prison
r as yet is tlat he llas not registered
s an allen. It is alleged, -however,
hat circumlistalleces are the saler or
imilar to those of the Lody trial.
Thie man registered at a hotel as
tridgman Taylor, of 101 Paso, Texas.
[is passport. states lie liad just come
1rom Germnmt3y. lie is said to have
ioasted of Germany's great prowess
t(d to have spoken mostly in Ger
nan. Whmenl h uses English it is
viti a idecided German accent.
Guests at the lotel say the man
old1 them lie was borni in America,
hat his mol her was a Gierman~ and
i1s father an A merican. UJponm the
teath or his father, e said, he wams
akenm to Germany where he was
Thelm prisoner Is 35 years old, tall,
ithiet Ic and cOiispicumously welil dress
ad. le wvas penniless wvhfn arrested
mad apparently without friends in
CRYING FOR HELP'.
Lots of It In Laurens lbut Daily Grow
The kidneys often cry for help.
Not another organ in tile whole
body more delicately constructed;
Not one more important to health.
The kidneys are the filters of tle
WVhen they fail the b)lood becomes
'oum and~ p~olsonious.
Thle're cenn be n10 health where thiere
.5 POlsoned 1)100(.
Blackcache is one of tihe frequent in
'lcations of kidney trouble.
it is often the kIdneys' cry for he01p,
Rleadl what 1)oan's Kidney Pills
hanve done for overworked kidneys.
Proof of merit In thie .followIng
Mrs. '1. 0. Hlunsinger, 22 Howard St.,
Bpartanburiig, S. C., says: "I have tak..
ren D~oan's Kidney P'ills for weak kid
neys and backache and have had great
relief. My kidneys wore Irregular in
tction aiind cused a great deal of pain
in my back. As soon as I- took Doan's
Kidney P'ills these trouble were cor
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't sinm
plly ask for a kidney remedy-get
Dean's Kidney Illls-the same that
Mrs. H unsinger had. Foster-Milburn
C~o., Props., Bluffalo, N. Y..
T'he .following Confederate veteransq
Flre requested ho call at the home of
Mrs. Jlohn F. Bolt, 062 South Iliarper
street andn secure Confederate crosses
which now await them there: N. W.
Tohn B3. Manley, W. 0. .Jones, M. L.
Nielson, WVm. D). Sullivan, D. M. Senn,
J. W. Taylor, W. P. Davenport, M, T.
Thaney. Where a veteran Is unable to
tpiply for the cross in person he inay
tnthnrie B'mnn to sanenr torm