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in the morning when you ought
to be fresh and vigorcus is a sure
sign of a torpid ve(-r and bilious
state of th . stomiach and bowels.
To avoid at sik sp l give your
syqem " ther ugh cleansing. FLuc
this purpo there is no remedy
nore wholesiomu and effective
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
The Old Original Liver Powder
Its excellent purifying and in
vigorating influence brings about
an immediate improvement. You
feel better from the first dose.
The bowels move freely so that
the system is soon rid of the
bilious impurities which are
clogging the vital organs. When
the stomach and bowels have
been cleansed the sleepy feeling
disappears, the mind becomes
cheerful, the digestion good and
the body active and vigorous.
Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver Medi
cine is now put up in a handsome
lithographed tin box.
Ask for the Tin Box
Price 25 Cents
C.F. Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ASSESS0L'S NOTICE 1915.
The Auditor's oflice wvill be open
fronm the Ist of .Jaiiuary to the 20th of
Febrilary, 1.~ to illake retutls of all
personal property for taxation.
For 4,h4e colvelielce ol taxplayers
the .alilor or hlis de4puty wfil attend
tle plaowi:e ;:t:enI jhtee; to receive
r for .caid yeiar lo wit:
T y . . ;, C:ai 's Store. Seuf
11A Tow ship. 10 a. In. to :, p. Im
\ n e 1y. .lan.). S. \\.
J : TV Iit . LI. In. o . p. InI.
. '. i . 7. l 4 no. .ack.
Tihl). m . to :np. m
i. nt . l : . lant r
\l n . in
TI.O w.f.)I, I n1 . m . to *l.:1O
p. . m.
3 i ,W I
Sulion Tu wahip, 1 :V. m'l. 51Ton
Tliiooday * .n 1, !. L , Su 0 i
Tagk-g Tow s !l.:1 a. m a. t o ''. 1 .: m.
Thuirsday, .hin. 21, l'rinceton, Sulli
van Towbihip, 1.:0 p. Im. to 1.:11 p. iml.
Friday, .Lan. 22, Tumbling Shoals,
Sunivan Townlsiip, .:80 a. i. to 2.:0
Al4nday, .Jan. 25, Aher a13hh's, D)ials
Tow nship, 9.310 1. i. to 12.(1 p. in.
Monday,.Jan. 25, 1). 1.). larris', )ials
TOWnIshlip, 1.:0 p. in. to .1.:80 p. in1.
Tu'lesd(ay, Janl. 24, Gra otDia l '1 ' ) s
T1ownlship, p.::)n a. mi. to I'2.:!0 p. im.
Tu'fesd ay, .1:a n. 21', V. A . \\h ilte's, lDial s
T1ownshdip,. 1.:80 p. i. to -.:Io p. mI.
\\'ed inesd:. .1:anI. 27. Stewa rI's St ore.
Younlgs TownIsliip, 10 a. In. to ;!.:44
'f4:f::sT \ hi. I)),.l) 0 1 . mI. tlo 2.:4) 1'. m.
l'''tlay. .1 an). 214. Youn11 's SI ore.
in1-''1lay, l'h. 2, I 'le:c:Int '\liund,
YoI n 's T1 yn.-ip, 9.:4' a. inI. toI 12.:4,
Tw lay, I-' !,. 2, Iinoni,. YounI gsL~
\\ m-Sda)y, 1-'I. :8, Ora, 5'utIII)town
T I' np ) ,. !.: LI. mI. to1 12.:O p4. inI.
All mh) iY lnsI) lwt wenl thle ages
of 2 and 4.:) years' on4 the 1st of' .Iln
4d 4or 44))) other 4.ausesI'4, ar'e deemiled
(II of !)4 'I i o t he'.1) 4 1 't d y 4of
Jan':p ry.ia \: o : In ' lihl ooa roi'ax
the' r;4 11o a of4 14a4wt I- te .\1'diarp
aie of woknat 1r.:l
Tm:n, i a' nd4 No. o4f S"choo'l:4' .141riet:
4.s J.tate whether p 'ropery is itu -
4d in town or u'ry. F14nachg Iot tract~
'ak4ra' I. 'II'. .11
cent Tennit wI be attahedfor ail
urew Td make Qeurns. oChlrn
nt to takeatdoes! not yourb thru ltforh
Childrcn 'take I d an knowd rticiiie
,Aiso epeci es eaed thdut hoe cnn.
paus 'erToako no orinItha. Huyofy y
poseufa. Ask for Joneori!n .ckaew.T E h e
PaER PEILNi~ sh trlde-n rk botte.2 gie o an
(,'IrCnwood 31an1 wiith Waterloo Con.
nel tons Accidentally 1ilie Christ.
Inns Day At (ireeinwood.
Will llughes, brother-in-law of .Mlr.
Tell-oird Boyd of Waterloo, was killed
a result of a Supposed accidental
nt Crcnmood about noon
Christmas day. The body was carried
to Waterloo Saturday afternoon for
burial, being accompanied by friends
and relatives. The deceased had lived
in Waterloo at different Intervals lr
Ing his life but of recent years had
not spent much time there. An ac
count of the tragedy, as it appeared
lin the Greenwood Daily Journal, is as
"Will Hlughes, aged ab)out -t0, a for
ier resident of this city who return
ed about two months ago, was shot
and instantly killed Friday after
noon about 12.30 o'clock in Mr. Joe
L. Maxwell's meat market by E d
Beale, an employe of the market.
The shooting occurred in the pres
ence of two witncssts, both of whom,
in their testimony at the coroner's
inquest, seemed to think that Hughes
lost his life by the accidental dis
charge of the weapon.
"'I wouldn't have done it for a mil
lion dollars," is one of the statements
made by Beale. And "Chiney, you
know it was done accidentally," is
anotheri he exclaimed when N. G.
Goldman ran to the telephone to call
for a doctor. After being placed in
i:0il leale continued to say that the
looting was purely an acicdent and
''o wouldn't have taken the life of
iuighes for the world. The prison
er has shownt every evideIIce Of bein1g
ierve-wrecked from the tragedy.
Whiien hisL fr'iend~s C c: to see imil
after he was locked up ie cried'like
a ( hild.
"te siootin.g to1k IIlace a short
no a Se1 I veral um hl:: I beil
wa rn ( by1 polic' orileers not to 'soot
ulI' nd a1 yoIng man IIol rtsou inl
the o . I Soon Iaf I' s Vlagh1
w n t I i (I m -i ti ~a::d I Ltr-liud
I - 11d 1round th to e wh'.1n
ht a id, not n :- li r iI
wiItnll ssI , th t !Ilgrtd ll
uV. b do :I ite s o .::: h m e .
A1 It(, ill 11 i L Vi
I- I . you h 21 IiLI n I t Land,
I de1 1 I. Th bu11 11 1 \ t .st iabov
i a d hioth 111 .
:1111 lIct : !: 0 h a luor u pder * ull u a
orl:1It role i thoie tragd.y owas
thi I I I I wa 'ill I 1 C's! \Iy; a b r oo t
sho i, otinreracke whe Iare wasievi
dene of liquor in the crowd, IHat
:ppeariig to he more under the influ..
onice of it than anyone else. It bes
aid that late Thursday afternloon
IDeale took a caso of whiskey from
St. express oile which hlad] beell
hand1 in till tra'Lgedy whlich'l followed.
LI vrdiet to th' effect tvhat. ughes
e' nm to1 iis deaith at tihe hlandls of
ine was saiidntal
o t sone, wot Ihed stitial e
Ii : I' to 111lows: 1*1 Sh 1ril LIeforeI~i th kill'
ng heillndIN. ( t. (o l were atlI
be poo'l room.t'S L Th 1 wtll' wenit to15
- II!1uton 'l. fo 1a 1 bottl 1 Ilf . isthu and1
h il i there bought li re' 11o11 a i l as. tl
IIiT'hey ltn len itol th1le arket and
in fot' niitiis lIl(uhl ws le'i
lt tl thlies of lie acitodinet.
to t .IS, tha : he h::d shoti~l l'oly
ailh homieeroner sathe awdlnes
1o' aiil tne 011he ref1r1n1 is s101 ut
wed (10 thak bheen Oheld fi' ingoflth
i o :hd thiesi e flo or ea'r thes
t"i. t tile agtea ofehtig johed
110alel Meit theidlstol cl i'ei ai not110
alway. bli I herdthe dutifu moin e
were lookinglorward to the time with
untild pleasure when our boy would
become a useful man, but God never
makes any mistakes, and He took
hin unto Himself.
For tell weeks ie suffered: untold
agonies in the Baptist iospital in Co
lumbia, but with the fortitude of a
true soldier, he fought nobly to the
end. llood-poisoiing from ia very
small briar scratch on his foot seemed
a hopeless case from the beginning. He
told us the second day of his illiness,
that Itis feet would never be on the
ground again, and the seventh day as
we were hurriedly making prepara
tions to carry limg to the hospital, ie
looked long and lovingly at his friends
and surroundings, asked some of his
Cltristian neighbors to pray, that he
migltt be a better Christian, he knew
ie was leaving home iever to see it
Oh the agony of that hour, God
alone bore it for us, and caused us to
stand firm. IDoctors, nurses, loved
ones and friends stood by us during
these long weeks of suffering, that
slowly, but surely sapped away the
life so precious to us. Many times he
assured us of his complete trust in his
Saviour and his willingness to die. lie
would repeat his favorite piece of
Scripture the 23 Psalm, and Just as
long as he could read, would call for
Itis Bible, a gift from us when he was
five years old, and the book-mark lies
sacred, untouched today, at Corin
thlans eleven, June twenty-third,
which made him perfect in Bible read
ing this year to that date. When his
nurse brought his flrst whiskey as a
nte(licine, ie begged and pleaded not
to take it, said ie never intended thai
Itis lips should touch it, but Itis plead
ings were in vain. We gave It to him
every few hours, during htis.sickness,
In(l I(. always maifi11 rested tie sante
spilrit towardt it. it it we werle madei
to feel iirolud of -ori dyilg boy. Ills
mtind was perectly clear and bright
un1ltil tii t t lmonwtnt, ,nid with a
mb- sitady adi dii he tol( its
!4- was dying. And we could limtagii'
It w Iw tly i- was uiirne to eliavein
b h\ - .\11vp:it .\ li "Sark" a
iwatli.. kep ::at 'l'ot hits tti-ei
S fw m ,ml whom i
wiolid !Ir to : It, w s ima him Nii
herlbeaniral41 ite wa
aSl I on teed n te. chi d on If I eIr
(!a, gte, ( Miss% . 1w -1eie e to \ .J;nt( ) .Y
"reilt s.\\editrn o l oy wrleanyou
itst Tl't prt ing will oa he lonc
i a n theSltmi t nir aryr in eater
('lark . hoitt lit (tit --ei , I o
"Fathi lkep wat Thou hast lotn
ai with olur trea1suroe keep our wearts
ton h yh."
.\Iamm and Ppa.
Doe. 2 1, M91 1.
.MISS CLARKtl TO W1*-:D1.
Speoiety Daughter Will .ary, New
Wasington, Dec. 27.-Speaker
Champ Clark and lrs. Clark tonight
annoninfeedi the engagement of their
daugher, .\iiss Gelevieve, to James .\1.
Ihliompson, eritor of the New sOleanis
IH The eing trua l Hmes ae
c\I easilr et lebr.01 Thmsonein
convlenioes onn whit herfel orf
are werls o thereight to biae
trhuspeake .foo revieryntresn
here aving to hoo iabvoual n ecls
age fit\imss Carefulyas agoo alader
aonr whougaer fmetwbrs for ou.
Tryou soein nyorloy..Te
willk itN I: ands wi'l.:. o.
Js Dn SEXTON&gSO
\\a AintRENS. S. --'C. ln
NOTICE. Clamberln's CoughN Remedy-he
The annual meeting of the stock- o
"I give Chamborlain's Cough Romne
holders of the Enterprise National dy to my children when they have
Bank of Laurens, will be held iII its coldu or coughs," writes Mrs. Vrne
Shaffer, Vandergrift, Pa. It always
oillces Tuesday, January the 12th at helps them and Is far superior to any
eleven o'clock, a. In.I other cough medicine I have used. I
N. 1. DIAL, advise anyone In need of such a medi
Cne to give I a trial." o r sale by all
Everybody Can Enter this Contest.
To the person who makes the greatest number of words out of
the following letters in the following words: J. C. BURNS & CO.,
'rHE BOOSTER STC(110, we shall give to the first a 42-piece Dinner
Set and 10,000 coupons; to the second, 8,000 copons; to the third,
6,000 coupons; to the fourth, 4,600 coupons; and to the fifth, 2,000
couplons; and to each ipersoni inding III at least three words we
shall give fifty coupons free, othe time the list is given to us. II
case of a tie for first place the dishe will be sold at auction and
tile money divided. In all cases of tieing the premium coupons will
Pe equally divided among those tieing. The decision will be made
by a local tommitte of disinterested persons. To each person
handing In at least three words who makes a tturcmbase of $1.00 or
more at the tie ill be givecn 1,000 Booster Coupons besides the
regular coupolns from the purchase.
1. Usec no letter inI any one word oftener than what It ail
o eal ch erl the words w
2. Write your words on oatte side or the ipe oni y.
3. This word conte t closes o il Saturday, .la. 30, and the
lists must be hadidl I oin or before that day.
Remember We are giving cuolOs in bunches this week. See the
Poster atour fm tore.
Who will wi ll the w ordslt (day, Jan. 11?
Ou. windows, w or s t n omm ed by ss M fy loper.
S'IA NDi N~t (W THllE CONi'iSTA.~N'S
- lits s b ael inl 1on rbfoetatdy
Sie (mON ) a g Ni ns n ch 1ohi kh.
l'oste at ouritstore.
Who i w in , llo aipy lonely.
A lS --.liss lu h la tn
BTil I ' I z.lr , i.:va ingu
F -:(O A.llss l1lelnl'o e
THE BOOSTER STORE
J.C. BURNS & CO.
Our Cash Price-plan Makes it Almos
You Trade with Us and on the Cas]
We know it. You know it. Then v
We are going to sell for cash ar
you and ourselves money. Dead
books will not pay our own debts, so
make attractive cash prices, so as t
this credit business. Get in the swim
Buy your coupon books and save 5i
Special Prices for Jan. 1
25 lbs. Granulated Sugar
7 lbs. Good Roasted Coffee
10 lbs. Compound Lard -
Many other things in the same prope
partial to Cash and Offer Inducen
We like to have house-keepers vi
look over the fresh, clean merchandi
we can offer suggestions as to the da3
I J. C. Shell & Coi
The Corner Groers. P
Jno. W. Ferguson , C. C. Featherstone,,
W. B. Knight
PERGUSON, PEA fHERSTONE & KNIGMT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
Prompt and careful attention given
to all business.
Office over Palmetto Bank
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hours, day or ngght.
LAURENS, S. C.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Phone: Offlee 68; Residence 219
In the Simmons Bulding.
Offlee of Comptroller of the Currency.
Washington, D. C., Oct 27, 1914.
ViEREAS, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned it has
been made to alpear that "THE LAU
RENS -NATIONAL 3ANK" in the CITY
of LAURIONS, In the county of LAU
RENS, and State of SOUTH CARO
LINA, has compiled with all tile pro
visions of the Statutes of the United
States, required to be complied with
before an association shall be author
Ized to Commence the - business of
NOWN IlF-,ORE, 1, JOHN SUEL
TON WILLIAMS. Comptroller of the
Ciyrreney, do hereliv certify that
"'TI I LAI'11NS NATIONAL BANK"
inI tho CITY of LAITlI-NS, iIn the conn
ty of LAURIENS and State of SOUTH
CAlIOIi\A, is htithorized to con
mence the Isiness of Tanking as 1- .
vided iII Section Fifty-one hundred
and sixty-ninie of the levised Statutes
of Ihe nlited States.
CONVMIMSION of The Bank of Lau
rens, L aurens, S. 1 .
IN TITIMONY WilMREOF witness
my hand and Seal of office
(Seal) this 27th day of OC'OBER,
JNO. SKE1LTON WILLIAMS,
Com)ptrolle. of the Curncy.
t Imperative that
[i Basis. It pays.
rhy not adopt it?
id therieby save
accounts on our
we are going to
o do away with
and save money.
er cent on your
st. and 2d.
artion. We are
ients to CGet It.'
sit our store and
se. Vex-y often
S' dinner, supper
one No. 183.