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GESTED BY PROMINENT
Would Romind the Feblio $o Prevent
Sickness by Removing the Cause
1. U. UMLLagU
a p1rom1) inen*lt 'dr''ggis. cf M]niipiiis s
"Mfuch sicliess could and would he
prevented if the people would only re
member 11ihat const ipant lon is one of the
flrst enfuses. As ia reminder. I would
suggest. the slogan,
'itexall Orderlies. the laxative tab.
let with i e i le nan t taste.'
"I suggest itexall Orderlies 14 I know
their formula ani believe the \ uurg (h1e
best remedy for relieving con;tlition.
They can be used by men, %6mnen or
THE LAURENS DRUG CO.
Weo have the exclusive selling rights for
this great iaxnlive. Trial size, 10 cents.
THE REXALL STORE
Closing Out Sale!
Few plug mules cheap.
Also few young mules and
horses. Wish to close out
this week. See us before
MULE Co PANY
Martin's Stable, back of
A . . H A R T
Itoons 205-207 Masonic Tema1 e
Postoilice Box 685
(Jreenillie, S. V.
Pr omtpt attention given all business.
Practice in all COURTWS.
Dr. T. L. Timmer m n
Laurens, South Carolina
Ofilce in Peoples Bank Building.
To *e s drop
Undertakers and Embalmers
Cails answered any hours, de) or night.
LA URENS, 8. C.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
Stato of South Carolina,
County of Laurens..
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Jno. S. Rogors, Plaintiff,
Alf Meredith, Defendant.
To Alf Meredith, the above named
defendant in this action:
You are hereby summoned and 1re
quired to answer the complaint in fhis
action, which is filed in the offic of
the Clerk of Court of Common Pleas
for Lalurens County, and to se e a
copy of your answer to the said om
Jplaint on the subscriber at his office
at Woodruff, S. C., within twenty days
after the service hereof, exclusive of
the day of such service; and if you
fai to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
action will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the comnplaint.
. C. M. D1WMAMOND,
Mfarch 1. 1910. 84.4t
ON INSUItJANCE ISSUE
An Opportune Time for the Formation
Of 31utuals to Hlandle Fire Insurance
Columbia, March 26.-"1We have
reachied the point where something
definite must be done," said Governor
Manning in a letter to a proimnnent
business man of Sumter, who had writ
ten the Governor requesting his views
in reference to the advisability of
forming a Farmers Mutual Fire Ins'tr
anco Association. Governor Manning
advises that: "It is my judgment that
the, present is an Opportune time for
the formation of mutuals for the pur
pose of handling farm business," but
urges that "great (aye should be tak
en that every possible safeguard
should be thrown around their maln
The governor makes it plain that ho
is not considering calling the legisla
ture in special session, stating that
he sees "no necessity nor advisability
for a special session" at this time.
(overnor N1 ann iing has been giving
a great deal of thought and study to
the ([uestiohl involved and is endeav
orinig to work out a solution on a busl.
ness basis. "I woulld not consider for
a moment the surrender by the State
to any inlividual or corporation.
Neither wotild I favor the State using
unfair methods in dealing with Indi
viduals or corporations," said the
It is generally believed here that
Governor Manning will be able to
work but a satisfactory solution of the
whole matter within the next thirty
days. lie Is quietly and carefully
gathering information from both
TRY "CASCARETS" FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
IF SICK OR BILIOUS
Tonight ! Clean your bowels and stop
hueadache, colds, your stomach.
Get a 10-cent box now.
'T'urn the rascals out--the headache,
biliousness, indigestion, the sick, sour
stomach and bad colds--turn them out
tonight and keep them out with Cas
Millions of men and women take a
Cascaret now and then and 4iever know
the misery caused by - /lazy liver,
clogged bowels, or'an pset stomach.
Don't put in ano he day of distress.
Let Cascarets cle ae your stomach;
re-move the sour, fermenting food;
take the excess bile from your liver
and carry out all the constipated waste
matter and poison in the bowels. Then
you will feel great.
A Cascaret tonight straightens you
out by morning. They work while you
sleep. A 10-cent box from any drug
store means a clear head, sweet stom
ach and clean, healthy liver and bowel
action for months. Children love Cas
carets because they never gripe or
Ti'IE ANTI-SALOON LEtGil'E.
Mloves Its Offices From Spartanburg
to ('olunibla. Still Active.
Columbia, March 27.-The Anti-Sa
loon League, of South Carolina, has
miovedl its hieadltuar'ters fr'omi iparitan -
buirg to Columbia, and~ is now estab)
l iihed 'n Iloom 10 of (lie Cariolina Na
tional aniik building. *iThe rthieers arec:
Piresidenit, the lIIon. RI. 0. P'urdy,
Sumter, Vice Piden~~l1ts, the lRer.. .1. 8.
Mlofectt, Due1 Wecst; the 1tev. K. C.
F iley, Col umibina; J . .l. Law ton,
IIarmt sv iille; A. M1. 1)u1 re-, Spartaniburmg.
IHeadiiuarte'.. Coiit tee: tile 11ev.
den, the 11ev. K. C. Finley, L. S. Tr-ott i,
Dr. W. It. lHarr'on, W. 13. DeLoach, C.
'Trustees: C. 10. Graham, Grecenville;
the 11er. Z. 'T. 'odiy, G"reenvillhe; it. I".
11ryant, Orianigeburg; hlrighit Williaml
soni, Halliigion; J. L. .\iims, lEdge
lield ; C. h. Ilolbo, 1Laurens15; the 1lev.
i'. 11. Wells, liock 1i1i1; Georgo Ii.
I tat e-, 1llarin well; .1. K. I reedini, Co..
ii till lbe lhe poil i(y of the Leaguie
to) (onserve the priohiii onlS i s inieinl
thlroughiout the Statle andil to atid in
Th'le execut ive officeri of thle I eaguie is
i. J. K. iireedi n, thle supeitrinltendenit,
and all correspond~enice w.vill be hiandi
ed by3 himi from lis olleo in Colum
bila. Mir. Llrecdin w.ill be available for
work in connection with (lie League
in all parts of tile State and will be
gladl to hold( meetiings where s mnti
ment for law enforcement needs to
b)e improved and In oirganlzing com
munities for (lie enforcement of law.
There is o polItical motive prompit
lng the Anti-Saloon League in its ac
tivities, (lhe League regard(ing l)rohitbl
tion as a settled policy of social and
economic betterment of the State rath
'r thaen as a matter' of politics.
The Leaguec invites the co-operation
of all pat'riotie cItizens in its efforts
to promloto (lie cause of tempeirance
and solicits the actIve and liber'al sup
iport of all citizens in all 1)hases0 of its
THE BEST SHOW WINDOW
IN TOWN IS
AN AD IN- THIS PAPER
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* FIRIENDSIIIP NEWS. *
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Friendship, \larch 27.-We are now
having some line weather, the farmers
are all busy getting their ground ready
Miss Belle loorhead was in Iau
rens shopping last Saturday.
Mr. and Ars. 1. 1. Pitts and family
of Poplar Spring section, came over in
their car to spend the day with Mr.
W. H. Pitts and family last Sunday.
Mr. FurmanI Traynham spent the day
in Laurens last Saturday.
Mir. Asa Pitts and family spent last
Sunday afternoon with Alr. .John L.
Pitts and family.
Mr. W. If. Pitts and son Itay were in
Laurens on busInes last Saturday.
Al es. .\iollie ('oats spent Sunday af
ternoon with Mirs. Lousindy Coats.
Air. J. A. Coats an( AIr. .l. I,. Mc
Daniel were in Laurens last Saturday.
.lrs. Jolt Pat adden am11i ch'il(1renu
spent Sunday afternoon with \V. If.
Piitts and family.
At iss Lucile 'T'iaynhamI who has been
spending a while in lonea Path re
turned home Sunday afternoon.
\lr. and .\Mrs. W. A. 'i'rayn ham spent
Sunday evening with \lt. and .i\rs. W.
Miss Bernice Coats and brother
Floyd spent Sunday with Miss Addle
Pitts and brother Henry.
Misses Sulah and Geneva Pitts of
Hickory Tavern sp'ent Sunday after
noon with Misses Leila and Onie Pitts.
Don't forget our money saving pric
es on Porch Ilocker'j.
S. M. & 1. 1i. WI LK1ES & CO.
$ * $ *
* RAILN NEWS.
$ * $ * $ * $ * $ * $ * $ * $
Rabun March 27.--The old saying
"friends must part" was illustrated
last week when W. 'U. Owens traded
his horse, Grover, for a mule. W. D.
Owens and old Grover have had their
ups and downs together for the least
20 y ars, so no wonder at the two sad,
long faces when they parted at Pates
and Allen's stable of Greenville last
Airs. Nancy Owens and Rlebecca Ow
ens visited'Alrs. Emily Woods of 1Eden
section last Wednesday.
Miss Vera Baldwin visited Mrs. Lu
die Baldwin of Hickory Tavern sec
Rev. H1. L. laggott of Gray Court
and Dr. Chapman of Greenville were
visitors of I. It. Aiahon Wednesday
Mr. Charles lRoper, Misses Rayine
and Myrtle Wilson all of lonea Path,
spent Saturday night with Miss Alao
Alisses Lyda Coats, Eunice Carter,
-Eva Bliack, and .r. Robert .amieson,
all of lionea Plath, visited Ai'. Abe
Coats and family Saturday night.
Ali5ses \ era and Allione liald win
visited their grandfather, .\ r. Ander
s1n Abererioimbie ofii ick "y l.Ta .ern
sec'tionl Saturi day puighat.
L eaigue Sunday.
d . a ' .010 itOling car* il.' Iweek.
Au's. Ci'hirlie Saxonl andu 1.1t'e ar'ahi
visi ted .\lr. The~ion( aoni ani .id iauii ly
of G reenuu od Saturdrtay andi i iuniay.
.\lu. Solomnon .\lahiaffey of ldie see
tion2, vliid \'. iD. Owens Sundal~y.
112rday3 oin biness.
MIs. 'T. ii. ltabb and chilid :e,n ,a ter
spendinug severl (.:ays with .\iri. anad
.\lt's. I eliton tiwin of G'ra y tour:t re
Nanc'y (Owenus .\ioniday.
Cut' iGilas. .mi~ov lisvi v~id341 ili
ot2'('oiDS Qtl':i tCi11 Ihti 215iD.ug
tissue- ele corg ii. i' 8o;. 1,-oi n
Ipingntl. thes vi it-o. ' tahe.
Easy to takc, antisepti andi~ healing.
Geot a 50ce bottle of Drm. K ng's Newv Dis
cover'y aind keel) It ini tile hnouse. "it
is certainly a great medicine and I
keep a bottle of It continually on hand"
writes W. C. Jossemlan, Frianconia, N.
HI. Money b~ack It not satisfied but it
nearly always hlelpsl.
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*' JICKOII TAVERN NEWS. *
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Hickory Tavern, Aiarch 27.-Tile
farmners are very butsy plowing and
priep~aring their land foir plantinag.
Alr 2. Ludle Aber'cromiiie splent last
Sunday with Mi'. WV. A. Daldwlil and
Sever'al of our farmers are putting
their cotton on the market.
Grace, the little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Dolt, who has been very
sick, is slowly improving.
Mr. Wole Abel-crombie is still on
the sick list.
Master Jack Balt, acmnanied by
Try it yourself
if you want personal and positive infor-.
mation as to how delightful Prince Albert
;really is, smoked in ajimmy pipe or rolled into
f ~the best makin's cigarette you ever set-fire-to I
For, Prince Albert has a wonderful message
of pipe-peace and makin's peace for every
?--man. It will revolutionize your smoke ideas
and ideals. The patented process fixes
that -and cuts out bite and parch I
Coe y. fl smok
TG .- the national joy smoke
is so friendly to your tongue and taste that
it is mighty easy to get acquainted with.
You'll like every pipeful or cigarette better
than the last because it is so cool and
fragrant and long-burning. You'll just sit
back and ponder why you have kept away
from such joy'us smokings for so long a time I
Men, we tell you Prince Albert is all we claim
for it. You'll understand just how different
our patented process makes Prince Albert
quick as you smoke it I
IT E Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco is sold: in
" -i- wtoppy red bass, 5c; tidy red tins, 10c; handsome
pound and half pound tin humidors and in pound
crystal-glass humidors with aponge-moistener tops
that keep the tobacco in such prime condition.
0 the et..rs*aide of this L'r red o R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C.
ion will read: "Process Patented July
30th. 1907." witch bas made three men
smoke pites whore one smoked before1
in Town . _.. _
---and some of them
ought to be on you. " ~
It costs very little to
We know that---and .
you know it-.-if you j
trade with us.
Have a look at these new;V
Suits and Overcoats
Your first glance will tell you that they are
just what you reed to keep you well-dressed
this Spring and Summer.
They have just arrived and there is one which just fits you.
If you're under 30, why not a form-hugging, one-button
model? Or if you're not quite as youthful as you were
we've equally good styles in more conservative models to
Laurens, S. C.
his sister, Neiiic, enji.c first of las4t very much a success. A large crowd Mr. W. 1). Suivan at. Tuml lig Sloals
week with Mrs. J. R. Brownlee of Dials was there and the plays were good. A Mr. W. S. Blt. anti family were the
Mr. N. H. Mahon has purchased a nice sum, $8.95, was collected. It will guests of Mrs. J. t. Brownlee of Diala
now Ford touring oar. be used for seating the auditorium. Sunday.
Mr. W. D. Sullivan, Jr., has bought Dr. Welborn spent last Monday night Mr. J. M. Sumerel, who has been in
a new saw mill and will be ready to with homefolks at Fountain Inn. failink health tar some time, im slow.
rip logs in a few days. Mr. Milton A. Sullivan and his ly improving.
The entertainment which was given friend, Mr. C. H. Flannigan, both Messrs Gilie and Culver Sume
by the Hickory Tavern school was Georgia Tech. students, are visiting spent Sunday with Mr. Joe n1ee