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8 Local and Personal Mention. . Nat
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'Mr. J. P. 'Maddet was among the Or.
-visitors in the city Monday. Or
Miss Mattie Glasgow,' of, Newberry, MlI
"as beensvisiting Misses Annie Kate illn
*n'd Ruth Easterby for several days. stri
Mr. 'E. P. Minter left a few days bus
ago. for t1i6 northern markets to buy wa:
spring.goods for the Minter Company. soi
Mrs. -R.' E. Hughes and Miss iar- fo
riett Hughes spent the week-end in unt
Columbia with friends. CO
Mirs. Virginia Neville, of Clinton,
arrived in the city yesterday to visit la
Ar. ahd Mrs. John Spratt. ohl
Geo. T. 'Magill, Judge of Probat9 of lar
Qreenwood county, was a visitor' in se
the city Saturday. wl
Col. Oscar W. Babb, of Columbia, i9
spending several days in the city with ag
friends and relatives. tio
Miss Polly Prentiss of Greenville, Ja
returned home Alonday after spending Hiu
several days here with relatives. IC
Col. .J. C. Burns of Greenwood Is di
spending several days in the city on ail
Ir. Herbert Taylor has returned to M
the city after spending the past -week
'Mr. Henry Franks, wl is located
at 'Catawba Junction, spend the week- E,
end at home. I
'Mr. S. W. Lowe, of Cross Hill,
former rural policeman, attended the ci
-sessions of the court here the first cl
part of last week. .
Mrs. Arrah Sullivan has been un- ti
well for several days at the home of t<
her brother, Maj. W. A. Watts, on
North Harper street.
Mliss Bessie Moore has accepted a
position with a large dry goods store
-in Greenwood and has already entered
-upon her duties there.
Mr. Tom Switzer has returned home t
'after a week spent in the northern
markets buying spring goods for his
Misses lTizabeth and Rob Lochridge
-of Lynchburg, Va., are visiting in the
-city as the guests of Mrs. W. D. Fer
Miss Mamiie Irby, who was with the
Davis-Roper Company, has accepted
a position in Willanston and will
take up her duties immediately..
Mr. Frank McCravy left Saturday
for Branchville where he will be for
sOie time leading the singilIg in the
revival being held there. by Rev. J. L.
Among the recent visitofs in the
city was Mr.'A. H1. Swift, of Ne(w Bed
ford, Mass., who was the guest 'for a
few days last week of Mr. and Mrs.
. i. K err.
Airs. Chas. E. Rounds, of Clinton,
daughter o1 -Mr. H-. E. Gray, under
went an operation for appendicitis at
the .1ulla I rhy sanitarium a few dtiys
ago. Th'le oper'ationl was successul and1(
she is now rapidly improving.
Mrs. F. HI. Wilkes entertained a few
friend~s Trhursday afternoon at her
spacious home on W~est Main street.
D~uring tihe afternoon the game of
Fiorty Two and other amusements
wecre enjoyed and delicious refresh
ments were served. Th'lose present
were Mr's. J1. N. Hludgens, Mrs. i, K.
Alien, Mrs. C. F. Rankin, Mrs. Alma
C:lardy, Mrs. W. Hi. Dial, Mrs. .f. H.
Teague, Mrs. C. M. Clark, Mrs. 0. C.
Albrighit, Mrs. W. R1. McCuen, Mrs. Hi.
C. Rohr, Mirs. E. P. Minter and Mrs.
W. H. Anderson.
HoIw To Ulve Quino To Children.
WRLNI' i the trade-enark name given to sin
Q oe uinine. It is a Tasteleb~s Syrup, pleaa
.nttaeande o itt the stomach.
Alfso e ayadpted to adnlte who cannot
take or&nary uenine. Does not nauseate not
tteneit tse you ped for ansy pur
pee. Ask for 2-ounce orl gaiakge. Thi
-asme0 PitBRII.IR Is bown) a bottle. 25cents
TOLD IN LAURtENS.
'A Rtesident Known to all Our Rleader
ltelates an Experience.
'Readers of the Advertiser have beci
ttdld again and again of the merits o
tii at relialble, time..proved kidney rem
.94y--Doanl's Kidney Pills. The ex
A riences told are not those of un
iown persons, living far away. Th
'.c~fes are Laurens cases, to) by IAt
irs.'i'd odfrey, 228 rns Ave
Iureis sy: "'I e uight, seyere col
ci my stn i re ht oin back
a e. 'iled I was 'w eping, shaT
't'vinges shot up from .e small of nm
* brck andl I would have to lie dow
u til the attack eased up. I tire
eapily and was irritable. My kidno)
acted too freely and the secretiol
w ro in bad shape. After sufferir
tfor several years, T, read of Doan
Kidney Pills and got a box at the Lal
* renis Drug Co. .I felt relief after pt
'first few doses, and one box fixed ,'
Pice 50c at all (dealers. Don't si11
ply1 ask for a kidney remedy'--g
;Doan's Kidney Pills-the same th
firs. Godfrey had. -Foster-Miibul
' nyigorating to thte Palo, and Sick
~e Old tmanda 4 gnerl rls pitess to
si~i.euriches the blood~And buiids up the a
tem. A true tonic. For adults and children.
JOHN R. BOYD DEAD, -
Te of tis County but Resident of
ohn -R. Boyd, a native of this coun
)ut for many years a resident of
onville, died at the home of his
Robert E. Boyd, near 'McDaniel's
'Sunday afternoon after a short.
ess. About two weeks 'ago he was
cken with paralysis while on a
iness trip to his former home and
5 carried to the residence of his
Last Thtfrsday morning lie suf
3d a second stroke and thereafter
i the end was in an' unconscious
'he burial services were held Mon
afternoon at Mount Pleasant
rch, where lie held his member
p before moving to Greenville. A
go nun'ber of Peol)le attended the
vices, attesting to the esteem in
ich lie was held.
Qlr. Boyd was about 62 years of
3 and was born in the E kom see
n. In early life lie married 'INss
no McDaniel, wio with six children
rvive him, as follows: Robert E.
yd, of McDaniel's mill; Mrs. Har
i Roper, Misses Margaret, Jennie
d Kate Boyd, of Greenville; and
ss Eva Boyd, a traihed nurse now
iking her home in Charleston. The
Ilowing brothers and sisters also
rvivo him: Jas. W. Boyd, Spartan
trg; Mack Boyd, Barksdale; B. lloyd,
aterloo; 'Mrs. J. H14. Henderson, Mrs.
rr. Lawson and 'Mrs. G. M. McDan
1, of this city
Mr. Boyd 'was a highly esteemed
tizen, loyal friend and conscientious
lurch -member, being at his death a
ember of the Pendleton Street Bap
at church. His death was a sad blow
all those who knew him.
Colds and Croup in Children.
Many people rely upon Chamber
tin's Cough Remedy implicitly in cas
!Lsappoints them. Mrs. E. H. Thomas,
,ogansport, Ind., writes: ."I have
ound Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
o be the best medicine for colds and
roup I have ever used, and never tire
f recommending it to my neighbors
Lnd friends. I have always given it
o my children when suffering from
roup, and it has never failed to give
hem prompt relief." For sale by all
LIBIIAILY NOTES. *
* (Contributed by the Publicity *
* Committee of the Laurens Pub- *
*' lie Library. *
.This will be a unique afTair for ev
eryone in Laurens is invited, that is,
everyono who has the power to ap
preciato the society of the best and
noblest spirits'of the ages. lany lhon
ored guests from this and other coun
tries will be there for your entertain
ment and amusement. As equals, you
will have the pleasure of meceting
kings, philosophers, and sages; as a
pal, you may see Sherlock Ilolmec
pick up a burnt match and u'nrave
the greatest criminal plot of -the cen
Th'le beauty of this function is that I
is to continue indeflnitely and you maa
hobnob with irincesses, knowing than
later you may scheme with poeliticians~
dream11 with poets, or consort witl
.rThere is only one pre-requisite fo
the enjoyment of these 'privileges an
that is your prOeence between th
hours of three and flye at the publ
library on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Admission-ten cents each month.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Tour druggist will refund snoney if PA2
OINTMItNT fails to cure any case of Itchin
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in6 to 14 day
The Berst application gives Btase and Rest. 50
Red Iron Racket's big new si are o
the public square, 0. B. Simmon's o!
stand will be ready for your vimi
Notice is hereby given that the ;Cl
Council of the City, of Laurens iw!
receive sealed .bids for thse rental
Sthe City Opera 4louse for a period
two yearg commetteing. Apsril 10t
- 1916, such sealed b ds to be opened
- the office of the CIy Clerk in the Cl
- of Laurens at 8 p 'rp. on>March 291
e 1916. BIdders will submit bids for ti
- use of the opera ouse apione, w itho
:lighg an ci eat ' eing furnishe~d, al
-' for the use of so opera house wi
4 ligit and h t, furpised by the ci'
T lhe City, 'Co 1l1 reserves' .thls 't'
"to reject any or all bids. Tb0 succes
y ful -bidder shall enter into contrf
a with the City with sufficient sureti
d to Insure -the 'performance there
'S such sureties to 'be ap~proved byt
5 City Council of the Cit~y of Laure>
g Iiy order of the City Council of
a City of Laurens.
10- a~ 6h C, . 1ITCH1NS
eMab16h,1915. , 'City Cie
s- Excellent for Stomach Trouble.
et - "Chamberlairf's Tablets are just f
at for stomach troutble," writes Mtrs.
en C. Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I was bothe
with this complaint for some time
freqluen5tly had 'bilious attacks. Clhi
ly berlain'A Tablets afforded sme gr
i relief from the firtit, and since tak
"' one bottle of thei I feel like a difi
*eat nersn." Fre sale by all deals
it cost to seleci
It is easy I
make you pro
Fumed, Oak, I
~An Annoying Break
Is apt to occur -at any time,/to any
style or make of carriage, but the
el~ances of an accident a greatly
lessened if you hav us ii pet your
running stock regular y. he wheels
.that we place on carri g last longer
Sand run better than t le other kind,
for they are built right and put on
dright. We are expert mechanics and
tour prices are reasonable. Let us
put your carriage in shape.
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS, 5. C.
'Jfectivt ich 1st, all binls are dde
ton the first of eachu ponth.
No, further credit Iwill be extended
hto those whose il~ are not paid or
satis~actor ly ar n ed. by the 15th 9f
Sthernonth foflo, ii iurchas,'unless
s pecial arrangem ts at e ma~de wvith
tthe ofice before h nd.
'All persons Indebted t6 as are re
,quested to make promnpt set lament ol
March MINTER CO.
March 1, 1915. 33-t1
. IBilougdness and ConutIpatIon~ Curedl
iyou ar6 ever tro'ubled with bllous
necds or conatIpation you will be Inter.
9 ested i the statement of RI. F. -Erwin
Peru, Ind. "A yogr ago last winter
d had iun attack of indIgestion followe<
- hy blilouisnessi andl constipationi. See
t lng Chamberlain's Tableta so highi:
g recommended, I bought a bottle .0
- .thpm and they helped me right awvay.
r. .o snnanle by all dealers.
ill I l'
e in that comment fi
Dining Room furnil
ts greatly, but, Qu
:o have lifetime qual
at low cost if you,%
now. We are prou
ne in and let us sho
dining rooms or odc
arly English Oak, S
.o & E.e H.
Statement of tile Condition of the
4EP1LES LOAN & EXCHII. BANK,
oated at Laurenis, S. C., at tihe close
of busin~ess 3'tnreh 4th, 1915.
oans andl~ Discounts . . . .$332,1 80.51
1onds1 andl~ Stocks owned by
the Bank.... .. .. .. ..25,000.00
urnitre and Fixtures .. 2,500.00
flanking I louse .. . ..-.-...10,000.00
ue from Banks and Bank
urrency.. .. .... ......7,32.00i
old...............--- .. 270.00)
Silver and Other Coin . . 615.09
hcks and (Cash Itemis .. 1,390.11
Total .. .. ...........$02,12.49
Capital Stock Paid In .. . .$100,000.00
Sur plus Fund. .. .. .. ...-.25,000.00
Undivided :Profits, less Cur
rent Expenses and1( Taxes
Due to Banks and Bankers 517.38
Dividends Un paid ........ ..200.00
Individual Deposits Subject
to Check .... . .........96,094.87
Time Certificates of Deposit 91,309.73
Cashdr's Chtecks. ... .. ...468.38
Bills Payable, including Cer
titlcates for Money Dor
rowed .... .......--..10,000.00
Reerve Fund Carried on
Genera) individual or Sav- '
ings Ledger .. . ... ....1,405.33
Total . .. ......... - '$402,812.411
State of South Carolina,
'County of Laurens. ss.
-Jeforo me came C, W. Tune Cashiiet
of the above named bank, who, being
duly sworn, says that the above and
foregoing .statement is a true condE
tie of said bank, as shown by th
books of said bank. . '
C. W. TUMN1D.
Sworn to and subscribed before m<
this 16th day of March, 1915.
* ~ W. R. McCuen,
.Correct A ttest: WV. A. lyatts, RI. i
Jones, H1, B. K(enniedy, Directors.
DoyuDansgers of a Cold.
Doyuknowv that of all the mino
ailments colds areo by far the moy
dangerous? It is not th0 colds theni
slves that you need to fear, l/ t ,th
serious dise'ases that they so ofte
led to. For this reason every col
shoud be gotten ridof with the iens
posible delay. To accon plish tii
Iyou wvill find (Chamberlali 's Coug
Remedy or gynnt help to you. It loot
ens a coldi, rolieves the lungs, aids eo
pectorationi andl enables the itystel
' to throw off the ,coliL. For salo by a
alt 1ge deepe an out
7om a valued friend is worth all
ality goes deeper and counts
ty and artistic lines, in dining
vant it. We have some beau
d of them and know they will
w them to you.
I pieces in either. Golden Oak,
olid Mahogany or Birch Ma
Wilkes & Co.'
No. 16605 ' Report of file Condition of the
ENTERPRISE NATIONAL BANK
att Liiurens, ini tihe Sta'e of S. V., 'it thle close of buisiness March, 4, 19)15.
1.0ns1 antid discounlts.... ........ .... ............ ............$22,252. 14
verd raft.1s, secured, $7,72 I.!m1; uniiseeured, $ 1175.92 .... .... ......8,900.82
3t her secuities deposited to secure Icirculation (book
Ot her securities eposi ted to seecure circulation (boo0k
Subscription to stock or Federal leserve ha nk . . . .$7,500).00
1.ess amounm~ti upaid .... .... .... .... .........5,000.0' 2,500.00
flanking house, $22,166.I 1; fu rniture and fixtuires, $4i,000.00 . . .. 26,4661.16
flue from FedIeral Reserve Bank..........-............... ....3,323.98
Due from approved reserve agents in central reserve
cities .. . . . . . . . - . . - . 4562.19
Due froml apptroved rCeerve agents In oilier reserve
cities ................... .-.----.--... ..--...10,108.18 14,670.67
Outside checks and other cash lttems, $1,629.83; frac
tional currency. nickels andi cents, $588.74 .....................2,218.57
Checks on banks In the same city or town as reporting banik.... .... 1,205.5l6
Notes of other national banks ............................-- 63.00
Lawful money rserve In btank--Spece .'................... 6,35.70
Redemption fund with IT. S. Tr'easurer1 (not mlorei than 5 1per cent
on circulation) .. . . . . . , /. . . . .. - . --- - . 2,060,00
Total .. . . .j.. . . . . .. - . .- . . - ,..-$34 7,842,.9
Capital Stock plaid in.... ................---,......... .........$1000000
Surplus fund................................-.-.--- -- 2599000
Undivided proflts .............................. .---$ 12,9:48.94
Leoss current expensos, in-terest, andI taxes ipaid 2,7941.27 10, (.4 7
Circulating notes...........................-. $ 34,990.00
Less amount on hand and In iTreasury for redemp
tion or in transit . ... ............ 7,990.00 25,QQ0 00
Due to blanks and 'banker's (other than Fedieral Reserve Bank or
approved reserve agents) .... .... ............................4338
Dividends unpaid .... l... (fr. ......----.----..----.---- --. ---- a350
Individual depositq suWt, to0 check .. .. .. .. ...$112,608.78
. Certificates of dep~git jtn~ less than 30 days .. 4,966.95
Cashier's cheeks olitn ing.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......634.23 1 18,249.96
Time deposits:, d- j:'e
Certicates. og degt pu tir 'aft '.30 tday's t .g..... . .4, 7
Rediscounts With Fe eral Rleserve Bank ............ .... 18,t83.89
State of South Carolina, County -of Lautrens, as
I, C. H. Roper, Cashietl of the abo~ve-p am od bank, do solemnly swear' (h t
the above t'at 'mitenthe to th4 bestiof n 3kt'owledge and belief.
C.lH. ROPER, Cashier.
Stl~se rbe4ndesavti tg\itfoM ,tge Ahis 16th day of March, 1915.
' ~ W. (1. Lancaster,
Correct Attest: N. B, Dial, S. M. WVilkes, C. E. Kennedy, Directors.
Foro ee an 11ei olina by exchange of coupons at ticket
windlows for passage tickets in ac
andPenySci ooks for ltIntrstatle cordance wvit h contract and1( ta riff pro
Passge n Soth arolna.Seabiarid Air Line Itailroad
IEffectivye Saturday, March 20th, 191 a Southern Rail way
all interchanligealle mileage and Penny C'armolina A tlantie R' Western Ilaiilway
Serilp boots, forms ZA, ZZ, SIMN and Char'eston & WVestern Carol ina Rmy.
uPenny' Scrip (rogardlos of date pur~-CoubaNwbry& LurnR,
1chased) will -1bo good, within limit, ClmiNwer Iarn y
for intr...tate jouneysm in South Car-. Atlantic Coast Line Rlail road.