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PIANO TUNING -
J. S. WILLARD
R Telephone -
S M. &E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Simpson, Cooper & B
Attorneys at Law.
Will ' preaedce in an Sate CoUrts>
o mpt attention givento all tamineas.
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
Attornesye at Law
'Eater.rs 8.aik Building, Lztsrasv S.C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
mone to loan on Real Estate--Long
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls'answered any hours, day or night.
LAURENS, S. C.
Augustus G. Hart,
Attorney at Law
BANK OF LAURE.NS BLDG.
Rooms 3 alidi 6 .Phone 359
Prompt attention given to all business
Practice in all State Courts.
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting
Land Surveys aSpecialty
un.)crete Work Skillfully done or in
Drawinn. andl estimiates of all Kind
Telephone No. 346
FER(IUSON, PEA TItiBRSTONE & KNI IT
A tierneys a-t Law
Lautrens, S. C.,
Prompt and careful attentIon given
to all business.
Offiee over Palmetto flank
Dr. T. L Timmermaji
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
Take notice that On the 10th day of
March, we wvill render a final account
of our acts and (doings as Administra
tors of the estate of John B3. Brooks,
deceased, in the office of the Jtadge of
Probate of Laurens County at 1.
o'clock, a. mn., and on the same day
will applly for a final discharge from
our trusts as Administrators.
Any person indebtedl to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
mnent. on that date; and all persons
haviuag claims against Raid estate wvill
present them- on or. before said (late,
duly proven, or be forever barred.
C. F. BROOKS,
L. Rt. BROOKS,
Feb. 10, 195-~1 mno.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
T .iiE i A. yoNg lr A N,,
$0N RV fRI6fiiKTC Filr0VwH(
LjAUR~ENS DRIUG STORE.
Three kinds-Black, White C
Easiest to use--Best for all S1
At all dealers at the The F. F.
one price Buffalo, N.
The Southeastern LifeInsurance Co.
OF GREENVILLE, S. C.
Insurance in force nearly - - $8,000,000.00
Assets nearly - - - - $700,090.00
OF SOUTH CAROLINA
- INSPECTION AND INVESTIGATION
F. 1H. Alc0laster, Comm1111issioner.
COLU(WBIA, S.C., Jan. 6, 1915.
Mr. T. 0. Lawton, President,
Southeastern Life Insurance Company,
Greenville, S. C.
Your annual statement for the year ending December
31, 1914, is received. You are' to be congratulated upon
the prompt making- of your annual report five days after the
end of the year,-and particularly are you to be congratu
lated upon the showing you make. To increase your assets
in one year, especially such a year as we have had, from
$496,898 to $596,982, a net increase of over 20%o is an ex
More particulary are you to be comgratulated upon the
fact that during the yea' you retired your guarantee fund of
$18,150 andyet, show a surplus to policyholders of $102,455,
$100,000 of this being capital stock and $2,455 being un
assigned runds and general surplus.
I congratulate you upon the showing made . Your Com
pany now ranks as one of the leading financial institutions
ofsthe State, and I wish you continued and abounding suc
(Signed) F.. H. McMaster,
McM/S. Insurance Commissioner.
NOW IN OUR TENTH SUCCESSFUL YEAR.
Carlos R. Moseley, General Agent, Laurens, S. C.
* (Office at Moseley & Rowland's Hardware Store)
EXETSHOE REPAIRING! lmst eer
SH~OES REPAIIlD IN FIRST-CLASS STYLEU WHILE YOU WA\IT. * ua iniyta ol o ait
-We use the beCst leather' that is made and guarantee that our imrs h rmtv mgnto.I
* work will liease and tat our soles w.iil wear.* sieo tecno data rw
Black Cat's Paw and Sping Step Heels ..... ...4c d ohn u ateod utrr
Tran Cat's Pawv and Sping Stop Heels . .... ....50c *+ eonz~n osta 5ltailn
S O'Sullivan Rtubbor Heels . .'- -... .... ...50 * ftervnsvie ahwt t p
I~ einbacha lnterchangeable Rlubber l leels.... .... ....5c ca inta~~ rm te'ign
*Half Soles, machine or hand sewedl, aen's .... .... ....'l5 c ak ak a~k a "o h
11Half S les,sfewed, womaen----.... .... .... .... ....fi 5o hoddcoteSee aebr
11~el ixed....' -. ---.. -----.----..........'......1c
Hair Soles, tacked, men.----...--.. .... .... .... 5cro ed te' irc ch r, h u t
Haf oles, tacked, ladles ... ..,.,-. .....40c $'btl r Osssdb n cp~
S We put on anym~ kindi of rubber heels. Igigorsupisa
wholesale prlcesq we are ablie to (1o thIs cheapr 4han othuers.
We have just received a new miachine that wil sew your shoes *TeiaeOiB
# while you wait. ' We do the work right.Mr. rl oubl(--'In aa og
New York Sample Shoe Store
The ouie lfalmst eery member~
Sogh toe 'eos baiy thas int ery
harshnes an. u:inblk and patly
Y3IA N LI'iIo nthng tca, I'I~IEIOi il hn oth old-y augttrers
DALLEY CO., Ltd.
Y.- Hamilton, Can,
WILSON STAVI'A s DItANA(t.
Touches l1ui1toni to Begin New Orleans
Lidt I *npiroVement.
INew Orleanis, Feb. 13.-The ller
i'limping Station, a State project (Ie
signed to drain thirty tuoiidl acrcs
of low lands oil the right hailk of the
'i15 ssiIIl iver' ner New Orleans,
was opened today when President
Wilson pressed a button at the White
I louse to set the imiachinery inl motion.
Tie iant is one of several plans the
State lis for drIahiing irescribed (Is
tricts in the state. ly a state law res
idelints, of sections of the low lanids
of L ouisiana ncan organize drainage
districts, after which the projeet is
taken ii charge by State ofilcials and
bond issues to mlake possible th
drainage work a're authorized by the
stale. Aluch of the land the lero
plant is expected to make cultivalek
heretofore las been practically worth
IF CHILD IS CROSS
FEVERISH AND SICK
Look Mother! If toniule Is . coated,
iennse i1le hweiS wit11 "Cadito'
ilt Syrup of Figs*"
Chiliren love tills "ri It ha rLative",
and nothing eise cleanlse's the tenlidel
stoiacl , 11, liver 1n hovels so Iicely.
A child sliitule wIll not Stoll playing
to elipty the howels, a111d th - resllt is,
they becomlle tightly clogged with waste
liver getS sluggish, stolaChx soil's,
li In your1 lit tle oile becoies cross,
halIf-sick, foeverish, (lollt vat, Sleep or
Itet na1itaIlly, breat lb is had, system
fiul of cold, i s sor! throat, stoiiach
n-he or1 diarlrhoea. ,isteii, Mother!
S4P it' tolgen is chated, thllIle give a
ti'aspooniI'l of, "Califlor ia Syrup f1 '
'igts', aInd in .1 t-w hours all1 t1h, (oil
stipatei d wasWt, sour11 bile a iel tinliglst -
( d food psse out '(4 thev syte ,
you have' a well, playful cIh4Ii va tiI.
Millions; of 1:m tinf-ls givo ",:I Ca ,li ni
Sru'll; P of i lerauise it is per:fec'tiV
har1Niloss: children1 love it, aInd it, Ill\'
(r. I ls to :(.t oil the sto imach,l.-r
.\sk *oui lui ggist Io' : .0-(,IIt I1.
the of -"'lifornIia Sy, rup o* Pi- s:'
wIll(hi Ias hill dirv(cIit .- p'r hab
childre .11 ag es andl o(rg,. g .
\pils li'nl: riv ntsoii. on th e ho o i:.
Xiirl 0 ed t--sA. ; W (it soh. herw. a..1 ri
Gi I re n il'ieb. Co: oi. -: nthenr -
ha V Iec i e Itrr es:i eug gto i
im is c i \\'. Wao ' 11. i:nstt li
'el ith thle mity will lif \inl
ro th ead wil e ainhr for
a'e 0:1r ik ar .\nt,g erhap
I a 'osi a memb ai'io. Thle smc Stin-(
Seour ili of Oil-('leok toures. !r
thipmt juwes. rold
-Yo. .\e. &il': 1o1.e whoc.:'t& get
fiiig rlsh.\flir hay0 Yeas.be
oateds totgWatson, tatern o l.
a~rn I\is .\ ii.es at. sllep arie
"'tis aftier nn from0 Cohon,~ sutmah
oa, hre h as bh~ eel engaged (it
This yos .\li Watoun'es rs vist
know I tat seo wi remay her ici or
'a rsteof~ severalfe months, witrhals,
ascur reth 'r ~li-lea your Liver
fooralng tiht-h on hhaache.i(~OcI i (1,
loaied tgonu e, to t astei I anfo d f(1ou
bilsesI i~ ierou cesn ust bo101the
ithei a silc, nasy, (liord iere sto51mall
the y'ou klneepingsl your' ownd tlean
wit (ascarets toir wrllyx arig en
enthari a i ll o 'r csto r ilep yoii
CIlacset wor hian bowul legp.
illean', the1 tOomchni rei'monethe. soiu',
rla'es: 1 lie clitei xce'ss biwleo thes
lvrtand ecausy teyo tse system a~'ll
gnin'he oe lsi.
Carries a Levy Of Six illis, the samne
Is Last Year.
Colum'bla, Feb. 10.-Tlhe general ap
vropriation bill' I was prwsented to tihe
louse tonight. It show. careful work
(n the part of tile ways and means
coltinlittee, and wIll probably ilet n(
considerable otposition in the Hlouse.
T he bill carries tle levy of six nilIs,
the sa In as last year'. TIe levy in
I 1311 was six nills instea( of 5
11111s. U'nder the bill reported to
night the levy is div'ided: live mnills
for ordiiary Pi irposes, one 11111 for
pensions, whi;-h are increased to
$300,00, an inoease of $50,000. The
one-niill levy will raise $307,0o, and
there Is a provision that 3iny over
pilus fron the pension levy shall bo
used for the current expenses of ti'
The hill this year shows a total of
$2,212,065.50, as against a total in 191 I
of $2,1-16,253.041. The bill reported to
,light shows an increase of $65,,12.16
over last. year's total. There is no pro
vision for the $110,000 bortyrwed for
and 1)y the extraordinary session of tihe
legislature, t ha, being covered by
noles anlld will be absorbed by tho in.
rIased revenue (ie to tile $10,010,tpA
eitreitse In assessed values of prop
TheO increasei of $65,000 i s1o. ill
sl1iiht necess'tuy increases In the ap
pIoIliat;ns for the Asylum, tie .en
303al '.. \\:ithrop College and thqe
University. For the State Fair, $2,50O
Aiong tile larger Itenis in tile bilil
a-s reported are: Confederate peIsfoils,
$300,000; tick eradicat fol, $30,000; ag
ricultural extension work, $15,691;
Winllthrop ('ollege, $1.5-4,2-49.32; Uni
versity of South Carolina, $103,251.441;
.\l(ricalI Colege of South Carolina,
$37,000; state warehous( iysteni, $17,
I7.63; Iospital for tie Inlsane $:109,-.
700; Deaf, Dlumllb and Mlind Institute,
$51,000; the Citadel, $:(1,000,
The pu1rpose is to provide In tile ap
propriation bill for tIlintenaince only
a! the asylum. A PIMtate lull is to
be presented, providing for a hlif-mill
special levy for five years, and witi
this fuln or $750,000, to be raised at
the late of $1.30,0( an1inally, It Is Iwo
posed to i1prove the ..\sylum lroperty,
bring it 111 to date and add the imi
proVeenlts ;reCOmanIl '11 ed an urg
There is a 1!33-al provlsion for $2,
0011 totr li-gal sor ivs for the (liOr
The $17,M0 pr"idd for 11w (1011
wV1hus 343syste1 is the reappropria
tion o $1, balanceP a1n1(
anld S'ofo w uh: of cor
r:: a:1 fl \\.:It h to erie1 t r --
,a (1 is to he"o reu1 d11d1
to Ih(- si:lt . Th 1 idea i!. 113t 1t1o
w:1rolinise stenshoi" hiuy the, ir-on
ill Iargo lo; 1 11!1 sell it )'I 3 as( .
Th- (sii31:11e illd With t1h COMP
troll r Ge(neral n"Onl h:inv4- 11eossilat
l vy33, but. th4 . .
n1'1" rc-ne the r.iAt :u d ni :.de
GiRLV! T H!CKENl AND
BEAUTJJFY YOUR HAIR
Ilui LEt ri.!(3 I'f Dan:13 Try the
33.: i'il In ir: 3off lo :-ons,31 Iltfy,
.\31ta I -- 1 3 3r1131dintruft is more
3 Iy an I I'l \ 3ensive3 1to have
i '-, n ' bIir .313( 1(3is ot it. .lusit
IIendrn now-33 all duig stores.' ri
13333:nend33 i1 a pl a111 3 littl 313 d1 Irected'
:3313 Withi ten1 minute3111s thI re' will lie
ness5, IlllinIess and1( an1 incom13parabl1e
altiss anid 131st 30, and( 1 ry as yott will
('0u ':tnnot oid a111 1 trace0 o1 dandrn3-iff or
wvill 1b3 aftle ai:out two weeks' use,
whien you3 wIll s3' n10w ha3ir----tine( and1(
lowniiy at fi rst--yes-but real3ly 1new
1111Slar-sproug out1 all over' your1
scallp-Dl .l nd(r1in1 IS, we 1)e1love, lhe
nl y surie 113r 11'rowe0r: (lest royer of
landru(ff' and1( 01110 for Itehly scalp and11(
it. never taIls to stop1 falling haltr at
If' yotu wanit to priove0 hiow Ipretty and11
soft your h'la.i r really3 Is, m110ten aI i
1loth wIth a litt- Danderlne and( care
'lly (draw It thrloughi y'our halir-ta3k
iig 0110 sma1l1 str'and at a timei-YourP
iair i'Ill be soft, glossy and beauti11ful
ni jtist a1 fewv miomenltwa de(01litfulI
uri'i'so aw~aIts5 ev'eryOne who trlies
CGreenvCille1, S. (C. Feb. 10.-.lohni
Pearson and1( Friank 11eier's, 1 w~o y-oung
inon of the cottonl mil11 section1 of
:h1is cIty, hiave hee at31 rested and1( are0
inig he ld for thle next 1term (if the0
l'nIted States5 rotr, (-har1ged with1
31ih havin-lg 1mad13 theu ml~oe n1113
B010rs is char3ged1 wVIth ha3ving 1pas5ed
((o:n11 of It after lhe founld it to' 131 sl1t
'-0ous. Thie two 1110n were gIVenl a1 pre
!mnary313 hear3'ing be'fore ColmIssione-'
fllythle an hel Ibd for1 the hiighiei
ou11 shiotll 3 ee'3 thet lug 1:al1u-- we of..
1' in1 WIn w Shade1' i1l ls, a11 sI /Os and1
-olors to select f-rm.
S. .\l. & 1C. II. WII.KI18 & CO.