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Therefore Insist Upon Gen
pine "Bayer Tablets
Millions of fraudulent Aspirin Tab
lets mwere sold by a Brooklyn MXanu
facturer which latei proved to be com
posed mainly of Talcum Powder.
"Mayer Tablets of Aspirin" the true,
genuine, American made and Ameri
can owned Tablets .are marked with
the safety "Bayer Vross".
Ask for and then insist upon "Bay
er Tablets of Aspirin" and always buy
them in the original Bayer .package
which contains proper directions and
Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer
Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of
NOTIC-, OF LOST STOCK.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned as Administrator of the es
tate of L. C. Anderson, deceased, will
apply to the Laureus Bonded Ware
house Company, at its offices, Enter
prise National Bank, Iaurens, S. C.,
on Monday, the 2nd day of June, 1919,
at 10 o'clock A. M., for a certificate of
stock to be issued in lieu of a certifi
eate of stock heretofore issued by the
said Laurens Bonded Warehouse, to
wit.; on the 11th day of August, 1898
to L. C. Anderson, and being certili
cate No. 10, which has been lost or de
stroyed. and cannot now be found.
GEO. H. ANDIORSON,
Administrator of the estate of i.
C. Anderson, deceased.
State of South Carolina.
(i ounty of Laurens,
(ity of Linrens.
AN ORDINANCE Rfl-LATING TO TlE
PUBLIC SQUARE OF THE CITY
ie it ordained by the City Council
of the City of Laurens in council as
Sec. 1. 'That on and after the adop
tion of this ordinance, it shal be un
lawful for any person to walk on or,
over the grass plots of the Plublici
squarc of tle City of Laurens except
laboreris enployed to work the said
plots by the authorities having charge
Sec. 2. That on and after the adop
tion of t hi s ordinacle, it shall he un
lawfli anty personl, fitr1 or. (orpora'
tion to park attoiobiles ' ter ve
hielts in front of the walks laid out
over the public square of the City of
IL:rilin sit tIoliding tle Court Hotuse.
See. ::. .\ny per'soni (-onv icted of vio
lation of tihis Ordinance shall he ptin
ished by a ihle of Pive Dollars or by
imprisoumInt Of not ex Ceed ing th Iiirty
days. with or withoutt the requiremIent
of ard labor t tthe discretion of the
Dono and ratified Iy he cit y Conun
cil of the City of Lautrenis, at Laurenis,
S. C.. and~ the (orpiorate seal of the said
City hertio attached, this the 1-1th day
C. MT. I' nn,
J. i. WORKMAN.
Clerk and'iTreastirer. 12-21
Formerly in Gov
Office-Putnam Drug S
-Thanks to P ER
Mrs. Kate Marquis, Mid
dilebitrg, Logan CJo., Ohio,
writes as follows:
"I have ttsed Peruna with suc
cess. It has outed me of catarrh
of the head and1( throat. It is the
best medicine for eatarrh that I
hiave ever' used. I amt cotmpletely
cured. Thanks to Peruna."
Mrs. Marquis is but one of
many thousands who know the
value of Peruna for that oatar
rhal condition of the membranes
responsible for many of the
Clinton, NMay 20.-Mrs. Townsene
f Anderson, is the guest of her sis
or, Mrs. J. F. Jacobs, Sr.,
Mrs Emma Glenn returned las
Friday to Spartanburg, after spendin
4everal days with relatives here.
Quite a number of Clinton Peopl
ittended the chautauqua in Lauren
Miss Julia Spratt, of Whitmire, speln
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Joh
Mrs. Julia Griffin spent several day
last week with Mr. and 'Mrs. Bill Byr
The Musgrove Mill Chapter D. A. I
had a very interesting meeting las
Phursday afternoon with ;Mrs. .TobT (
Davis. After an hour of business, th
lostess served delicious cake ant
strawberries to the following mem
)ers: Mesdames W. J. Bailey, J. A
lailey, A. J.'Mlling, W. B. Owens, Jr
3. W. Alason, E. E. Glenn, -R. E. Jones
lack Davis, Watts Davis and Mis
.Mrs. W. B. Owens, Sr., spent las
veck in iLaurens with 'Mrs. .E. 11
Miss Mlary King, of Washington, I]
3., is the guest of her parents, Mr. an(
Irs. B. L. King.
Miss Nan Copeland entertained i
ubinher of her friends last Saturda;
venling at a lawn party.
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
[niugglstq refuo nioncy If PAZO OINTMENT faill
o cure Itching lind, leding or Protruding Pile
Im .*ntly !elcves Itching Piles, and you cange
tation for Letters of Administratie
itate of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
B1y 0. G. Thompson, Probate J. 190
Whereas W. C. Whit mire Iadc su
o tme. to '1rant llit Lettels of Admi
istration of the estate and effects (
These are therefore, to cite and at
monish aill and singular the kindre
and creditors of the said Eliza Eighn(
leceased, that they he and appear ho
fore me, in the Court of Probate, t
be held at aurens Court. Ilouse, Lai
rens S. C'.. on the t0th da yof la;
1919 next, after puhlication hereof, V
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to sh]o)
ause. If any they have, why the sal
.\dminst ration should not he grante(
Given undoler my hand this 15th da
of M1ay, AnnO Dimini 1919.
o. G. TilOMPSON,
I 1-2t J. P. L,. C.
I8 YOUR FARM FOR SALEI
If you have any land for sale, cith
improved farms or unimproved acro
age, we may he able to filId you a pu
ehaser if you will list it with ou
We are receiving a large number
inquiries a)ott farming opportlutniti
in this State and It is the purpose
the C. & W. C. Rilroad to prepare
comprehelinsive list of lands for sa
located along its line, to be distribu
,-d among prospective settlers, and a
persons having such property for sa
ar, urged to (0-operate with the ul
iersigned, in ordter that accurate an
reliable data may be placed in ti
hands of prospective homeseeker
making inquiry about farming oppo:
tunities in your community.
A blank form wvill b~e mailed you, ii
mi application, asking for the specit
in formation desired.
T1here is no charge for this servic
W. W. CRONTON,
Room 5, Term~nal Station 111dg.,
tore. Laurens, S. C.
if you object to liquid remedies
ask for Peruna in tabiet form. ''
THlE 31l[EAAGE AND QUALIT1Y
>f your tir'e service will b~e far' mor
at isfac tory if Awe (do your tire ropal
vok. You can get better' service b
eliting us vulcanize any old puncture
>r' torn pats.5 Then thoere'll beC n
'low-outs" or "flat tires", You']
mye~ whiole tii'es instteadl of patchedl u
>eamnd at 'little cost.
HEARNEY ELECTRIC CO.
Opiposite Post Offee.
* COMMISSION ON
* Governor Cooper Appoints Two Per.
sons on (oind.sion from Each Dis.
Columbia, May 18.--In accordance
-with the provisions of a joint resolu
tion passed by lie last session of th
general 'assembly. Governor .oopei
has appointed a memorial commission
e two members from each congressional
3 district, to have charge of the erec
tion of a memorial building in honor
of the white soldiers, sailors, marines
and others who served in the world
war. Another commission to have
charge of the erection of a memorial
to negroes 'will soon be appointed. Th<
Joint resolution provided further thai
$100,000 should be available from thc
t State treasury for each memorial
when popular subscriptions should
have reached a figure considered ade
quate and that some of the members
should be women.
The memorial commission appoint
ed this afternoon by the governor Is
here given: First district, J. H.
Holmes, Charleston, and Mirs. Joseph
Sprott, 'Manning; second district, Mrs.
C. R. Wilson, Allendale and P. F. Hen
derson, Aiken; third district, 'A. Fos
ter McKissick, Greenwood and Col
.P. K. McCully, Anderson; fourth dis
trict, A. G. Furman, Greenville, and
Irs. Frank P. McGowan, Laurens;
flfth distrie', Col. W. W. Lewis, York
and 'Mrs. teroy Springs, Lancaster;
sixth district, W. B. Fletcher, McColl
and Col. J. -,A. Johnson, Marion; sev
enth district, Mrs. Fred S. Munsell
Columbia, and Dr. 'Reed Smith, Co.
* The memorial to white citizens of
a the state who rendered service is, ac
cording to the .oint resolution, to b
erected on the grounds of the Univer
t sity of South Carolina in Columbia
while the negro memorial will he
erected oil the grotinds of the Statc
Agricultural and M'ehanical college
d in Orangeburg, this latter being a ne
r gro school.
0 Governor Cooper is chairman, e:
of.ielo, and for-mer Governor AlanininP
is vice chairman of the 'vhite menio
t rial ('on1i ssfin.
EII'UltNS IN JUNI
Second on List for .Wonth, Conarress
man Iyrnes Is Assured by General
w ainiton, Mlay 19.-Representa
,tive Byrnes today looked up with th
- hef of staff of the war department
ir mwent the qiuest0in of the return of the
S istivisin fr!om overseas, lie wat
s asared by (General March that thi:
>f divisioti would retturn in June; that 1
a wul be placed recond on the lis
c of oreanizatoln, to be returned durinP
i ihat month.
e h'lli meanls mu1ch to the relative,
k- and friends of the men of the Sls
d ill Sou thm Carolina. There are abou
30.000 m1en ill this division.
-- Cogressman lyrnes today intro
dlued a bill to repeal the day ligih
saving law ill the interest of the farmi
e'ers and especially the cotton mnill pee
pie. lIe bll'ves tis law should1( be
m. Card of ITanks.
- Wec Wish to thlank our friends an(
neo(ighblors for their kindness to us durii
ing thle illness and (deathi of ouri be
loved huisbiand and father-. M1ay Gbod
blessings rest upon01 thieml all.
\Mrs. G winni and Children.
G 'et your D~et roit Vapor Oil Stove
no(w and lie readly ror thoeia hot (lay:
that1 are ('om1 ig. Perefet ba keris, n(
Wvieks, 110 odor, no0 smoke. All size:
Si. .\. & 10 .11. Wi L WS & CO.
S'~(ilOiHNliiIIP AND EN'1it.\N (E
TUhe e xaminiatiloll ror- the award( 0
v'lalant seholarships lhi. Winthriol
('01le'ge and1( for the admissIon o
no0w stud1(enlts 'will he held at the
Coun ty Courit Hlouse on lFriday, Jull
-lth, at 9 a. mn., and1( also on Saturlday
July13 5th, at !i a. m.i, for those0 whlo wish
to make upi by examlinat ionl$-additiona
uits11 re'(iu1Ired for full admission .t<
the Freshman Class of this lnst ituttioni
The examliniatlonl on Satqmeday, .Juzl
5th1, will be used only for h~aking ad
mIssion unlts. The1( schol afship s wil
be awiiarded upon01 the exami at ion hielc
on FrIday, July13 4th. Applli ants omusi
inot be less than sixteenl y'ars of age
Whent scholarshliis are vaeant aftet
e Jelly Ilth, they will lbe awarded to thos<
ilmakinig the hIghest averlage at this ex.
amoinat ion, provideed they meet the ('011
yP dlitin goverlning the awvard. Appl-.
cants for scholarshIps should wvrit(
to Priesientll .1(ohn son for- sc'holar shil
a (xainilation blanks. Th'lese blanks
1pro01ely fillied out by3 thei apipl icant
shliId lbe filed with11 PresMident . lihn
p on1 iby Jfuly 1st.
- lholareships are wior'th $100 alnel
flrce ituitionu. Trhe next sessoon ill
. lpen Sepitem ber 17, 1 9y9. Foi' futr
Young Men's Suits in Waist
Seams and Novelty effects.
Wool and Cool Cloth.
Older Men's Suits in Wool, Palm
Beach and Cool Cloth. All
Silk, Crepes, Mad
ras and Percales in
the best patterns.
$1.50 to $5.00
Silk, Fibre and
Lisle. All colors
75cts,$ 1.00 MI HAJL
Micha'el Sterns and I
Suits Made to Order
We appteciate the loy
friends while we were occu
and wish to invite them, all
tinue their patronage -at
been improved to such an <
velation to car owners.
We are now prepare
the kind of service on at
our ambition to give an<
quirements of a first class <
We have added a pa
ming department and gua
this department. Painting
New Low I
REPAIRS ALL M
Light Weight Felts, - $5.00
Straws in the most wanted
shapes. - - $3.00 to $5.00
Silk, Nainsook and
Soiesette Un i o n
$1.25 to $4.00
New arrivals in
Cheney Ties. Solid
iy's Man Shop
ashion Park Clothes
Dress Suits Rented
in the State
ilty and patronage of our
pying temporary quarters
I now to visit us and con
my old stand, which has
extent that it will be a re
di better than ever to give
itomdbiles that it has been
I to measure up to the re
int, upholstering and trim
rantee first-class work in
is in charge of Mr. Whit
. riCe fiIres
AKES OF CARS