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The Tlie ' loard of trustees of 1au
Tenls Cetin'tery nite t In special sessiotn
!inth fl-:nt( rprisev National lItnk biid
inlg. at I o'clock .\. Al.. Satt'day, .lay
8th, AU15. lresett .rs.A-:liza\ W. l1all,
\-i s. -;l&v lic'l;s Alams . AltN. 1. I)ial,
Mr. V lening Jones antl .\lr. Satu'll
OhI nl:otionl of Mr.;. ill!, .\r. Dial
to(k h! chair, ati .\ilr. Alc 'owan act
ed as secrtary.
Tof ( olo I w1 oli r outi son, weri
"Wheeas, it ha s pIcI.fUtd God to call
ao Himself ouilr niuch-htloved cirid
"i e it resolved by itther tarstes of
Lauirens' Cemetery that, inl thle death
of Colonel ,John W. Fergutsonl, thlis
boardl has lost aI nost faitiftil ollicer
and th4 votnunity Inl which hle lived a
Inan without earl andt witholt ret
prach anl exenla o. teil highest
type of Christian g tit leit la
".ri e toit iesolved, fr thl That we
extenld to Ik bercaved famaily the ex
pika int i orl miur sinwer and hear( fel
OIt ( uottionl of lttIr. .lones;, it waS
furgo1it r I r so leid to com ini naietd to t Ito
wlk1Y of Col. a .ec ( 11n A to 1urnt
foit Itl ewrh of tihe til t lte.rn sit paipr i
copy of the above eolutite iionI. tt
( -i!e' tions were (.t proc ded with,
T:-xvtit to fi the tos nycautsed by
11hv death of ",ol. Ferguson and .
Saitel Ale~owan being lected chair
inina hi of the boa.d.
I ltt . la l, as chairinan f th e excu
tivo conmittee, prsented to hedi board
at general Statliet In regard to thle
work Whlih has been don il tie last
folr (o years ul) to dale, and partin
ulariy with referencle to thle finlancial
condition of the eetery, which was
Shown to be Inlost. %atiravlory.
\pproved: \eting Secretary.
N. It. Dial,
Whi11te 3ual With Bilack II.[.e
The lver is it blood puriler. Iit wIs
thloukight at one tilnec it was lit, Seat of
thei~''d ; i T he troutble with clost
peo is hai t. l their li r Ibt omlefs
ba k bo ('al:i ofl illpir lis inl tlh e
hha tl ' tfo hid ll lysical sat les, calls
"M 2'".'eshoadache, dizzinless
a ati),IiOn. 1 )Ir. l lt's-a N.w. liire
vim i' lea Ip thle Laiver, a:nd givo
YOU n-,x\ lie'. 2:,w at y ior dri i' t
Lonw- Teach inm- lImplies Good .evd jng.,
11) the clty of Lititt sit tie lenlglthn
iig o' tihe, daily session of, Ile puli c
Schools by to hour is agitated --ild
ttat io siratherll ar Ut ('Itte.
Olne th1ing is ertain: .\ I a11 fllday
School e without a1 wt:mtj hilact
ito i itiely ought n11111 to bett 1 tought
of ane dorultorfO the t'n'for
ai lthe hit orllegl ayll r to go
.h .:e o in er ev n thoughl jj -.J
;eC a !-1 a at e.s.
are ubde waron dlln huis seroe a
it Itila eac hersl rthad tat t111
tbtWl ano0 ilJd tayo soiu in ot
: a t rol of }it' . I s e e t' .
ill t : ionll re a lis :n l eu ot l o tii
"Pt ( 501 war lut hei orll dins in..
L'~To t lit wll'iI t o i-h t a ibt (htlo'a
For thle aoilm'ents ofein wof th
.ardio. bu'istu a tontgil bdy iro
.1une 1, else the ilstituttioll will be lost
to the city.
It developed yesterday that thi
coltllnity camte very near losing
I Chicora at the meeting. of trustees held
itre Alonday and Tuesday. Mlr. Gra
1:im . sliggested that the trustees wail
Until it could be ascertained whether
ort not this coim Imiuniity would build tle
iew dormitory. Ills suggestion was
as"t lesced in, th ough not formally.
Clinton and Ljaii'ns were both
iontsidereid a.s cities to which Ithe col
Ite might ho' 13oved, ill casev it I;;
foutiiil lneCssa Y to take it froi
A, a result of te inecting yester
day it is prohable that a mass ttteine
iaof Grvevgille citizens will be vall
lI to consider the li suggestioni made by
.\!*. t(:'ah:Im1 and Dr. 'Sloanl.
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* IiLLSD11)E NEWS. *
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Hillside, Alay I0.-.\r. and Mrs. S.
G. Cox aid daugtite rs, Fannie and
ulily spent Satu rdiy night with I\ r.
Cox's brothter. Thoias and ramtiily,
of Sin psonvillc.
Mlessrs. J. W. Woods and J1. A. l'edenl
V isitc( Ai r. and II Irs. W. Y. ~eat ier
o. air ii e iThursday Inigit.
Andrew Pedenl antd laard ."ox and
1). W. Thomitpsonm welt to Fork Alioals
AlttI. and .M1rs. C. I. Weathers of
'airview ipelt Siturday night, wiih
J1. T. Woods and faImily.
'el Davenport, of Daventon, was
tho gui(st of Janie TIoilsonI Sunday.
Mlr. and Mirs. .t. C. Vaughan visited
relatives in lBabbtown Saturday night
Little Miss Vera Adair spent a few
lays last week with her aunt, .\ls.
Essie Weathers of Fairview.
.\Ifr. and Mirs. F. 1'. Weathlers from
Fairviev were il this coinmit iity
Sun ida y.
.\Ir. J. C. Hiatt went to Pelzer Mol
day onil business.
The young people of this coi mu lit y
tjovcrd themiselves at a singing at
Mirs. Ida Siiith's ti iurlday night.
.rs. Mary Adair and children spent
Th ifuisday with relitives in Fairview.
Frank and Broadus Tollison went
to Fountain Intin Monday.
.\Mr. G. i. King visited kinlfolks in
Greenville Saturday antid Sitiday.
.\MI. and .Mrs. .1. 1. Tollison Ittend
ed the l'uneral of AI's. 'o It IsoI's
gr'"an1dm1otle r at lieulall Sunday.
M'. Jamiles Kinmg of Greenville, is
help1ing his unvle, (". It. King, build
the .\leNittrick bridge oil IRedy river.
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Program of 'uion Meeting of the
secotnd and thiri divisions of the Laui
rens association to be held with the
First aliptist church lIaurens .\ay
)'Ih-voitia exercvjies tbeginnting at teni
o'('loc'k, ('onduleid by ('. ItI. Itoper'.
Rome fitnmdamteintal doctintes thati
nteed slecialI emphi~asis NOW. IRev.
Of w'hat value is the l'nion iieeting ?
TI. S. Lantgstoni, .. Rt. 'Triaynhiaii.
I egulari Suniday S'Iiool.
(a) A djoiirin to chiu rch anudii tim.
The chiturces artei urge'ntly t'eieet
('d to send dtelegateis to this meetinug.
Siomt o' thle hauren'Cis v'etern i'w11 ~ere
brouigt lbhe ol battle flag of tthe 'lir id
South ('armolita r'egi mnt, wich jl Is
kept safety lorked utp itn the court
house att Lauren~is. It was used In dece
oi'aIi ng tho opera house stage durint g
thte exer'cises thiere, and Ccete gt'eat
enthtusiasm among the mniembes of the
galhit old regiment, mtany of whonm
worn nieinit.-ewmi'ry n Oho'c.
SRED IRON RACKET
ALWAYS THERE'S A
WE BUY FOR LESS WE HAVE A CHlA~N TWO BIG STORES IN
WE SELL FOR LESS OF SIX STORES GREATER LAURENS
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORES
No. 1 Old Stand 210 West Laurens Street
No. 2 South Side Public Square, 0. B. Simmon's Old Stand
Known this Country Over as Red Irod Racket, the House That Sells Same Goods for Less Money
Where money makes the big wheel turn fast. Just as sure as two
We and two makes four. With our quick sales and small profits we W
Appreciate sell more, turn t e cash dollars over four times at small profit and Want
Your help our custo ers along and then make :mo-e in the end. The Your
T ra ce more ou y at Red Iron Racket the more you will save in the Business
differe ce f our lower prices and we will both make money just
as sure h two and two make four.
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY'S
ALWAYS BUSY. THERE'S A REASON
No. 1 Store 210 West Laurens St. Next to Bramletts Shop. No. 2 Store South Side of Public Square,
0. B. Simmon's Old Stand
Sewing Circle With
Before the stork
arrives there Is much
to talk about. The
comfort of the expee
tant mother Is the
chief tople. And there
is sure to be someono
who has used or knows
of that splendid ex.
ternal help, "Mother's
Friend." It Is appliIed Io the abdominal mnus.
cles, gently rubbed in andI has a most pro
Iounc4ed effect as a luIbricant. It soothes the
network of nerves, enables the musclcs to
expand naturally, relieves strain on the liga.
mnents and thus sets: at case any undue strain
an the organs involved. And It does this with
perfect safety. IExpectant mothers thus go
through the ordeal with comparative case and
comfort. Knowing mothers who have used
"Mother's Friend' speak in glowing terms of
the absence of n Onig slekness, iabsence of
strain on the liganents and a freedom from
many other distresses.
You can get "Mother's Friend" at any drug
store or they will gladly get it for you. Write
today to Ifradfleld Regulator Co., 401 Lamar
Ildg., Atlanta, Ga., for a highly Instructive
book of great value to all expectant mothers.
It contains a vahiable expectancy chart, rules
on diet and Is briniful of Suggestions that al
women will appreciate,
srimpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
P'romipt .Attention Givenl All lluinIiess
Wil PractlIe lin all State Courts
AW '1hv Effecti vel'ss, Not tle Effect
ih -Ver-L.ax is ole of the imiost Iim
portant! med"Acal dlisvoveries of recent(
yea Irs. lor a lonlg line imtedical ex
prts, reIlizin hle haIII fll (ffets of
caloiit have been si ving to find a
ivcr cleain;ir that would le just as
efi:elive as (aloimlel, and yet. he abso
liut !\y hamlss in its action. ltecent
ly isI f ledy wa l tially put11 fortil
b;y L. K. G rigsby, it is l.i-Ver-,
ii- Ver- l.ax is a ar:niless vegetable
olliolind, desigIe solely for the
I reatmllent of live comn piain ts. The
imlinediate frivor 1. has met. with inl
Sltoutsaitds of io es is proof positive
of its real vaIto,
If you feel worn oit, tongue coa ted,
and skin sallow, (on't. delay 1initil it
lit(omes (angerous1, S 1 nip the trouble ill
the ludui withii Li' t-Ver-lanx. I sist oi
the geiuine. bearing the signaltire and
likelness of 1L. K. rigshy. witict is
gll'a llited to give satisfaction or
monevY refundedV(. For- sale by Lau
rel)s 1) rug .o.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
THP DIAMN AN .
Sglndi.ePl Ans your Iiruuurl, r
I Ilia in lied an'I flold ni"3hsicy
e seale'l wilth Iuue Ri.bon.
I a~e n k o re .01i T
1111I!0 191RANI PL.. fr 95
yors kiown as nest, Safet, Always Rellable
SOLD BY DRiUCIMSTS WFRYWHERE
LAURENS DIHUG STORE,
LAN) SA LE.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
IN COURT OF COMMON PhiAlAS
M. S. Dailey & Sons and Bailey Bros.,
I. W. Adair, et al1, Defendants.
Pursuant to a decree of tle Court iI
the above stated case, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens, C. Ii., S. C., on Salesday in
.Jtine next, being Monday the 7th day
of tie month, during the legal hours
for such sales, the following describ
ed property, to wit:
All that it ract of land, situate In
the county of Lau rens, state aforesaid,
containing one hundred ninety (10)
acres, more or less, bounded by lands
of .1. W. Itiddle, MIrs. Thomas liid
die, .lohn E. Adair, I. .1. Adair, and
others, the saine being known as the
Stroud place, being the same tract or
parcel of land purchased by Isaae W.
Adair from the estate of Dr. lenry.
'erims of Sale: One-half (ash, hal
anie to lie paid twelve monthis from,
date of sale; the credit portion to be
rtIred by bon(d and mortgage of tle
rIchaser over I lie sa id preiises,
bearing S per cent Interest from date,
and tel per cent. attorney's fee in case
of suit or collection by attorney, with
leave to purchaser to pay hIs entire
bid in cash. Purcharur/to pay for pa
pers and revente stam is. If' the terms
of sale are not Con ti>lled with, the
land to he re-sold o same or somec
sul)sequeit. Eialesday/ on same terms,
a t risk of former Ai reihaser.
C. A. P'OWI'R,
C. C. C. P. and G. S.,
Lairens, S. C.
Dated, this 10th day of Alay, 1915.
HAVE I'S IEST(it YOU t
to Its original iewness. Nothing hurts
a business like a shabby delivery ser
vice. Ilave us send for the wagon
and make It new again in every re
spect. We'll make all necessary re
pairs, give it a new c'oat of paint or
varnish and send it back all spick,
span and sparkling.
J. D. SEXTON'& SON
LAURENS, S. C.
NOTICE 0F ELECTIO N.
State of South Carollna,
County of Laurens.
Whereas. petitions signed by a legal
number of the iualiied electors and
free-holders residing iII Dials School
district No. 1, liauirens county, South
Carol ina, asking for an election upon
the question of voting an additional :1
mill tax lpol the properly inl said
school district to lie u sed for school
lirposes, have beeii tiled with the
coity board of edlication,* an election
is hereby ordered uo11n0 said (cluestion,
said eleclion to he held on ile 29th
day of May 1915, at Green Ponid School
house in saiI district, un fder the man
agemienlt of the trustees if said school
Only such eleclors as return real
or personal properly for taxation and
Who exhibit their tax receilpts and
registratiol cerilticates as required in
I he geleral elect ion shall be allowed
Those favoriig 1lhe 3 mill additional
tax shall vote a ballot containing the
word "Yl'S" writ tei or prin1e I' there
on. Those against tile :3 mill ddition
al tax shall vote a ballot ontailning
tile word "NO" writ tel r pinted
Ithereon. Polls shall opel at the hou r
of 8 o'clock in the forien on and shall
iremuain open until th h i r of I o'clock
inl th1e afternoon whei they shall be
closed, and the hallots counted.
The trustees shall report the result
of tle election to the conty auditor
aid county supe il lte ni dent of edica
lion witlhiii ten days thereafter.
,iA.\llS IL. SULLIVAN,
By order of Contly Board.
SCiOlAR1SI1P AND EiNTANCE
The examination for tle award ot
vacant scholarships in Winthiroip Col
lege and for th. admissioli of new
students will he held at the County
Court I louse on Friday, ,July 2, at it
;. iml. Applicalts muhist. niot he , ess
than sixteel years of age. Whenl
. Cholarships are vacant after fuily
they will be awarded to tihose naking
tle hi ighest average at t his t-xam ina
tion, provided they lleet )e condi
lions governiig the aword. Appli
canlts for scholarships should writ
to President .olinson before tle ex
aiInation for scholarship exam ina
Scholarships are worth $100 ai
free tuition. The next session will
begin September 15, 1915. For ful rthet
information andI catalogue, addres!
P'res. 1). 13. .ohnson, Rock lill, S. C
N. B. DIAL A. C. Tonm
IAL & T DD
Attorne s Law
Boterprise Bank B ng, Iamrs, .
PRACTIME IN ' L OOU tl@
tone to loan on Real Etate-Long
State of South Carolina,
tounty of Laurens.
In the Court of Common Pleas
The Columbia Savings Bank and Trust
David 11. Counts lRebecca H1. Counts,
Montgomery-Moore Manufacturing Co.,
Parker Manufacturing Company,
Nashville Sadlery Company, Lunimus
Cotton Gin Company, M. J. Owings,
Georgia Chemical Company. Mitchell
Lewis Motor Company, Charles H.
Russell and William It. Itlissell, Co
partners as C. 11. Russell & Son,
Franklin Buggy Company, Navassa
Guano .Company, Benjamin T. Crunip
and Company, i. Burl Shadburn and
.1. Loss Sha(dburn, Copartners as
Shadburn Brothers, American Agri
cultural Chemical Company, Brand
Shoe Comipany, A. Wrenn & Sons, The
P. A. Ames Comiany, Ilenry Rlatter
man and Theodore Luth, Copartners
as hIaIterman & Luth, American Car
riage Company, Jlames & Myer Buggy
Coiipany, and all other parties, un
known to the plaintiff. having any in
terest In, or lien upon, the real es
tate of David I. Counts, mortgaged
to said plaintiff, and situate in Lau
rens, S. C., Defendants.
To the Defendants above-naned:
You are hereby sumloned and re
qlired to answer the complaint in
this action, of which a copy is here
with served upon you, and to serve
a copy of y ur answer to the said com
plaint on lie sub rIlbers at their of
fice No. 3 7 N- onal Loan and lx
change It ll olunblia, S. C., within
twenty di after the service hereof,
exclusive of the day of such service;
and if you fail to answer the con
1)1laint within the timi1 aforesaid, the
plaintiff in this aftion will apply to
file Court. for the relief (lemanl(ed in
I)alied at Columbia, S. C.,
April 29, 1915.
MiMTIION & ltI1LSI.i'l,
To tIhe i Defendants aforesa(1:
Take notice that the complaint in
this action, together with tile sum
mon s. of whil tlie foregoing is a copy
ias filed in tle ohlie of tile Clerk of
Court et Common I'leas and Gener-il
Ses lor.s for the County of tLaireens,
at Lnurens, In tile Coiity of Lauiirenr,
in the 'tate of South Carolina, on the
first day of May, 1915.
MINLTON & BICLSI'R,
41-31t Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Notlee of Final Setilement and DIs.
All persons,,Indebied to file estate
of Mrs. Cori M. Moore deceased are
require(d to nake immediate payment
to the unjiersigne(l, and all persons
holding eaims against saId estate are
notified Ao present them to the execu
tor an prove tile same in (1110 form of
law l/fore 0. G. Thompson as Probate
Judge at his office at Laurens, South
Carolina, at ten o'clock A. M., on the
29th day of May 1915, or be forever
barred, at which time I will make final
settlement and apply for discharge.
F. P. McGOWAN,
As Executor of the Will of Mrs.
Cora M. Moore, (leeensed. 40-4t
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