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EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING!
SHOE0IS REPAIRED IN F'IRS'f-CLASS STYLE WHILE YOU WAIT.
We use the best leather that is made and guarantee that our
work will please and that our soles will wear.
Black Cat's Paw and Spring Stop Heels .... .... ....40c
Tan Cat's Paw and Spring Step Heels ...............50b
O'Sullivan itubber Heels .... .... .... .... ' '
Ileinbachs Interchangeable Rubber Heels .... ..,. '.5
Halt Soles, machine or hand sewed, inen's .... ... ....75c
Half Soles, sewed, women .... ---. .... .... . . ...65C
Heels fixed .... .... .... ..... .... .... ..........10C
'Half Soles, tacked, inea-. ------ .. ... ...... 10c
Half Soles, tacked, ladles .... ..... . .40c
We put on any kind of rubber heels. Bu ing our supplies at
wholesale prices we are able to do this cheaper than others.
We have Just received a new machine that will sew your shoes .
New York Sample Shoe Store
HYMAN LUREY, PioPRIEToR.
* Saved Girl's Life 0
'I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re
ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught," writes 0
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton'Mills, Ky.
"It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, 0
* liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught 6
* saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, 1
they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's S
0 Black.-Draught made them break out, and she has had no 0
more trouble. I shall never be without
in my home." For constipation, Indigestion, headacie, dizzl- S
ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, an I similar
ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught has prove self a safe, *
* reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.
* If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- 5
* Draught. It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-five S
years of splendid success proves -its value. Good for S
young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents.
Need A Gentle
Oil. The Only Oil whclh
lWon't Upset The YoullmstAer's T;111my)
Is Tilis. 111y It Ilecai se It
is ilest. It's Only
15e A llOTT~L'E 15e' Q
WE WILL WELCOME.
.-:YOU IN OUR BANK
I" 7I to 'I.
h money or bank, think
OUR BANK. Our business is MONEY; YOUR
MONEY is BUSINESS. We 'welcome anyone in
our bank and always have time to listen and advise.
if you need a bank consult us. What would you do
without a progressive bank in your community? Your
first duty to yourself is to have.Money in the Bank.
It is a faithful friend.'
Make OUR bank-YOUR bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL, Pres. C. H. ROPER, Cashier
THANKS TO THE' PUBL,
I wish to thank the people of L ren s for
the kind reception they have given .v recently
installed enterprise and I trust that I shmall be able
to repay them in quality of goods and in service.
You will find 'my place headquarters for
fresh parched peanuts and pop corn that cannot
be surpassed. Mr. Addy, who is in charge of the'
machine, is courteous anid anxious to please you.
S. W. SumerdI.
HEADS TAX BOARD
'State Comiiiissin Namted by Governor
'o Study Problems..
Columbia, Feb. 28.-Cov. Manning
yesterday ap)ointed tile State tax
commission, in accordance with the
act of the last general assembly. A.
W. Jones, who has served for six
terIs as comptroller general, resign
ed that office, and was appointed
cl'aimnan of the commission. Other
members of the commission are W. C.
Query of Spartanburg and J. P. Der
lam of -lorry county.
Imcmdiately after the apopintment
oL' the commission Gov. .Mlanning an
nounced that ieu had appointed Charl
ton W. sawyer of Orangeburg, for sev
eral years chief clerk, as comptroller
general of South Carolina, to fill out
the unexpired term of Mr. .Jones.
The appointments were made under
an act of the hist general assembly,
providing for a com-mission "to equal
ize the assessment of all property lin
this state between persons, firms or
corlporations of the same assessnict
district, between cities, towns and
townships of the same county, and be
tween differeit counties of the state,
and the property assessed by I the
said commission in the first instance."
The act also provides for a board
of review, consisting of seven meni
bers, one from each congressional dis
tract, to be appointed by the govern
or. These appointnents have not yet
been made by the governor. The as
sessments and equalizations madeby
the comimission shall be subject to
the approval of the board.
The salary of the chairman of the
tax commission is $2,500 a year. He
will serve for six years. The two
other commissioners will receive a
per (icm of $5 and their actual travel
ing and hotel expenser while engaged
in the work of the commission.
The tax commission will have the
power and authority and exercise all
of the powers hitherto conferred by
!aw upon the State board of equaliza
tion and I he State board of assessment.
These twc boards were abolished'upon
the approval of the tax commission
A. W. .Jones sent the following let
ter of resigna t ion to Gov. Maninlug
as comptroller general of South Car-o
"I desire to express my 111 apprvia
tionl of thev appo1intmlent, tenlder-ed' me
as Chtaim111111n 1f t lh tax commission,
aid to n1otify you 01 my neceptantcie
of (he Iame. f i ne I' il the pro.,- i
vilt exg n y of publ'ie affairsq, I (!.1n
there renlerol more valuiable Servic
than as cot1roller genteral. I sllii
enldeavor to collaborate with Iti oth
er memlber's of the commllisslonl inl th1e
accom plishmi ielt. of the reforils Irgei
ill yotlr inaugural address and inl
dortsecd by the genteral asyeibly. I
d!o not, underesti.c:t the work noe
etsary to achieve these results. Thi
year the work of thi commission will
be largely examining inlio valuies of
proprt ie; aln confrring wilh te
pecoplei lire arattoryv to a r'eass(essmttt
of all property it 191 ' for the eimr
pose of' criliziing lte prCeent v'ahta
prioper'ty, buit is ontly foir the hprpo.;
of eritaliza/4tion. It w ldii he lintwise
Iio inecrense thei v~lalation utiili the ar
hi trary sI hool tax htas l'ccin madte flex -
lble by a conlst itutinal amtendmuent
or legislative act ion. The ot hi'r re
forims liulst be grad iial ly accomtpIl ishi
"ilavling deI~iteined to acepelt thte
atipolitntmentt to thle tax commitissiont, I
htereby tender yott my resigniation1 as
comtrlollier genteral. it leaving t hat
olice I dlesir'e to ex press mty appireciai
tioun of the emlent service rendered
by the cler'ks in that department. WithI
reference to the pension department
I desire to express my appr'eciation
of the eficient service r'endier'ed 1by
Mliss Mlaher as clerk of thte State pen
sion board (luring the last .18 years.
Duing this to she has become ac
(luaintedl with all the cases, and the
econtomical adlministration of the 1)en
sloin fuind is (11e to her knowledge
and tact in dealintg wvith the indilvidlual
cases, as wvelh as heor efficency in pr'e
iar'ing and keeping the records. No
oter pension fuind in the United
States is as economically adlministeredl
and~ the simall salary of $600 a year
which she htas received should be in
creased and made' the same as that
of other clerks in the comfptr'oller
general's otilco. The fact that she Is
a womhan should not ptrevent her ie
ceiving a man's lpay when she does a
W. 0. Query is a memtber of the
Sparitanbu rg delegation it the hottse.
HeT wvas appoited this year' as a mem-.
her of thte ways and meantis commit
tee. Mir. Queriy Is a successful farm
C?', residing at Wellford in Spairtan
burg couinty. I To served for' se:re
to as foreman of the Spartan burg
.Tohni Plek ens I )erham iiIs a formier
compi rolloey general of Soulth Carolinat.
I To was horn in IiOrry'3 coutnty it Aprtiil,
1861 . Tie attendeiid the common
schools of Tonrev ndr th0 Tugitam
school near Asheville. He was ap
pointed school conimissioner of Horry
county In 1887 and 1888 was county
auditor from 1888 to 1891; then elect
ed to the State senate In 1892, and
served until 1896. -10 was elected
conptroller general in 1898.
A. W. Jones has been elected coip
troller general for seven terms. Ile
is a native of Abbeville county and
servei for several terms as county aut
ditor. lie was first elected co'lptrol
ler general in 1902. For the past sev
eral years Mr. Jones recominiended
In his annual reports that a State
tax commission 'be created to study
the system ini this state and make sug
gestions for changes in the law.-The
LIVER AND BOWELS
Cur( . Sick fleadache, Constipation
li ilousnes, Sour Stomach, Bad
Get a 10-cent box now.
Are you keeping your liver, stomach
and Lowels clean, pure and fresh with
Cascarets-or -merely forlign a ]as
sageway every few days with salts,
eathartic pills or castor oil This Is
Cascarets immtnediately cleanse the
stomach, remove the sour, undigest od
aid fermiienting food a I fou I g~ s;
take tle excess bile froT th liy r and
carry out of the systeqli .1 consti
pated waste matter am p -on in the
No odds how sick, headachy, bilious
and constipated you feel, a Cascaret
tonight will straighten you out by
morning. They work while you sleep.
A 10-cent box fron your druggist will
keep your head clear, stomach sweet
an(i your liver and bowels regular for
months. Don't forget the children
their little insides need a gentle
* . * a , . . . . . . . ...
* JONES NEWS.
Jones, S. C., 'March 1 .-Rev. A. D.
Copelani will preach here on 3rd Stun
day afternoon at 4 oe'lock.
We sympalhize with .\lr. and Mrs.
)avid )eanl in the recent railroad ae
viddent that befell theiir soin, Il lbit, re
sullinlg in the loss of his arin.
We recently met the following
friends, .lessrs .John Ctick, a brave
imember, of Morgan's cavalry in the
(ivil War, of Mointville: \lr. Terry
wh1o was a -memberlibt of Ihe late Capt. \\'.
-1. .1. Iolles' compwany inl the Civil \'r
"1'harles D)odson, W. 1'. Willimsonl .1m1
Dr. ('arlton, of 'lloldsI-, Carl Whar
ton :1il Telitoi d Ioyl of Waterloo.
.\I of our peold sYm'ipatiize with
M.:ers Powie anid .Mlock inl te
heavy loss in the 'rceit birning o,
their stor(. If all those who are in.
delbtei to theml will iiake immieditiiate
payinelt. it ili enable tli'it. to reb ihl
anid r-siie business soot.
'I'he friend's of .lr. T. .1. lleachamii.
.\Mrs. W'mi. I len ry .\oore. .\Mr. rhr
ulcketr antd Tomie .Iones are I'v
vringr froml rvecent ind4ispositionl.
\lr. Carl (ra.h::n, of .\louitville, was
Ohe recent gules.- it his sistr, .lrs. Mae
Iited ''ti S I h u .\b- Waltert .\ln
ley last wve(ek.
Grveetiwoodl, Notwoodi Gra:ihami of R-. ony
i'oint, and M\ist Smith of' Irmto were
thte recent gu nest s otf 1). W\. lowntes
W\e ate t ileda to the foliowai ng
frienids for' reenit 1k ind t'avor's: W'. Ii.
I lughes, . C. M\atrtin, S. ('. l01ey. Itin
tie llr'own, .I. i. .\loore,. .lohnt ('ulber
1lherman ('lark, Erniest Craft, WV. II.
(Gatrison, ieitson Jhones, .1. Y. W\atts,
J1. MT. Oultla, Jlas. Grtay, .Tohn ledloc'k,
J1. Hi. Nix antd olin Dai s.
FALLING HAIR MEANS
-DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE
Sure Your Hair? Get a 25 centt bolile
of D~anderine rliht ntow--.Also stops
Thin, br'ittie, colorless and scraggy
haltr is miuta evidence of a neglected
scalp; of diandtruff--that awvful scurtf.
Thler'e is nothing so destructive to
the hair as diadruff. it robs the hair
or its lutre, its str'ength and its ver'y
life; eventually prtoduucityg a fever'ish
ness and itching of thy' scalp, wvhicht
if not r'emedlied caus the hait' r'oots
to shrink, loosen at die-then the
hair falls out f st. A little D~anderinec
tonight-now-ai 1' time-will sut'ely
say0 your hair,.
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowltoni's
Danderine frotm atny dr'ug stot'e or
toilet counter, and~ after' the first ni
lication yottr hair will take on that
life, lustre and luixutriatnce which is so
beautifui. It will become wvavy anid
fluffy and~ have thle apptear'ance of
abunidance ; an Inacomnparable glosx
and softntess, bitt wvhat willI please yout
most will be after just a few weeks'
use, wheni you wilI actually see a lot
of line, dowtiy halir--new~ ha ir-grow
lng all over the sca Ij.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
, nletAsk ynur tlruptst ,
years kniwn i He -t, an i t, A rveiiI\~n
80|D Ry p t';tii.'4, T' ag h
iLAlENS DliU S'lOE,1
UGH! CALOM[L MAK[S
Just once! Try "Dodson's
Liven up Your sluggish liver! Feel
ine 10anld cheerlfil; iake Your work
a pleasure; be vigorous and fll of
vinition. lut take no nasty, danger
oins calomel becaus, it makes you
sick andl you may lose a day's work.
Calonel b; mercuttry or quicksilver
Which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel crashes into sour bile like
(31i. namite, breaking it. up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and cranip
Ijisten to me! If you want to enjoy
the licestil gentlest liver and bowel
cleansing you ever experienced lust
take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's
liver Ton" tonight. Your druggist or
dealer sells youI a 50 Cent bottle of
Mrs. McCord a
March 1st. she will b
of her Studio.
She most cordial
old friends to call ar
interested in Photog
at any future time,
she will consider it a
them in this capacity
9 a.m.to5p.m. (
- The biggest a
ever offered foi
A powerful, fact
- enger, really I
_ a real high tcoad
A car that has pi
priced feature o
- Holds the roaid a
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attoreys at Law.
N'ill praettee in adl qate Court..
A ..f;j.V% .'0 et I,. i hlqir.
AND BOWLS M[ WAY
Liver Tone" when Bilious,
Don't lose a Day's work.
Dodson's Liver Tole nIlder imy per
sonal ioney-back gua ranit ee that each
sp0oonful will clean your, sluggish liver
better tha n a dose of nasty caloniel
aid that It Won't iiake you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tonle is real lIver
medi icilne. You'll kno w it. next morn
ing because you will lvale up feeling
flue, your liver will .bd workhiLg; head
anhe ad diim'ftone; stomach willI
be sweetiandlowels regular.
Dodso 'iver Tlone Is eildrely Veg
able, t I erfore hariless and can not
salivat. Give it to your. clildren. \lil
lions of people are using Dodson's
Liver Tone Instead of dlangerous calo
mel now. Your druggist wilI tell you
thfit the 'ale of caloniel is almost stop
ped entirely here.
nnounces that after
e in personal charge
ly invite&' all of her
d oy4 that anyone
ra.hic Work now, or
may remember that
real pleasure to serve
)pposite Post Office
less than $1000
:, full crovrn, 5 .paa-.
eautiful and fully
il;a car with .
>n magneto, sliding
~n, le't hand drive -
e.nti-skidl tires 0on
actically every high
hiUgh priced cars.
.t Eiies an hour.
Honw To Oive Quinine To Chl&en.
PT 71lhrrTNut is the trnd1e-inirk name given to nn
improved inine. it isn <a '1ntes yrupr. p1i:n3
Chlren take it atalvr know it Is Oinie.
take or<dinry Quinine. Ihocs not nnnsente nor
cnnse niervotisness nor inuging In the henad. Try
t the next tic y<ou tued ri in attc i.a .l put
tuame IEinut.xieNtsbown in botte. ->5 ~c...