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mroiT OF LOST sTOCK.
uniaty of .Laurt's.
Ic Is hereby given that Certlfl
o 53 for one (1) share of the
q9nmon stock of the Laurens 130nded
-aeloulno Comt pany, of Lauireis, S.
C., of the par value of one I lundred
Dollars ($1o.00) issued on Doc. 15,
1900, to Ilutie C ..ll(s. has beenl lost
or destroyed, and that the undt-ersignted
Will appl-y to sa0i Id Lau rens lI onded
V.1;Watrehotse C11mpany at its place of
busltiesi at Iarens S. C., on tihle 21st
(lay of Augu.t, 1111, at 10 o'clock. I.
In., for a now certificate in lieu of said
RI. F. JON I..
Dated July i'. 1919. 52-61-A
Pie's Cured In 6 to 14 Days
'Drugtl.sts reunit money If PAZO OINTMENTV faI
tocurn Itchin. AiuI. lceding or Protru:lio, Piies .
Jnstantly r.e'eves Irehlhg Pi , ved you cam -.
TedtfuI1tecunifte:r the firsta plmou 1Aekul
')Y. T. L. Timmaerman
Laurens, South Carolir:a
Office in Peoliles Hank Bluilding
* KENNEDY BR0s.,
Undertakers and Embalmers
alI answered any hour day or night
Attorneys at Law.
Will Practice in all State Courts
omiJtoliapi ttention Given All Blusiness
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ironpt ttentIon Given All Business
3lontey to Loan on Real Estate
Uijice in Simm taonas Unaliding
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
You Do Miore Worl<,
Onl "(mre ambitious and you get more
.njoyIf1t (it of everything when your
Aood i s im" guod condition. Impurities in
lhe b!oral have a very depressing effcet on
the system, causing weakness, laziness,
nervousness and sickness.
' *.S TAST.Lsi-IS5 Chill 'IONIC
estores; Energy aid Vitaihty by Puifying
mid Eariching the 0ood. WheUn you fee&
its i e heunginviglorating$ effect, Sur
how It 0ms color to the cheeks 11a how
it inwroves the appetite. you will then
apprceste its true tonic value.
GROVE'S TASTELEss chill TONIC
is iot a patent medicine, it is simply
MCON and QUININE suspended inl Syrup.
So pleasint even childrcn like it. Ih
blood .needs Quinine to Purify it aid 1RON
to Enrich it. These reliable tonic prop
erties never fail to drnive out imupurities b,.
t he blood.
The Strentgth-.Creating Power of G;ROVE's
TrASTE:LESS Chill TfON!C has miade it
the favorite tonic in thoumsand~ s of hotmei
More t han thirt y-five y1.am om:, folk
would ride a long distance to *gt GRO)VE'S
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
mflonber of their family l-.ud M:t!ariai or
neededl a body-building, aurenigths vin
tonie. The formula is just thme same to
dlay, and you canl get it from any drug
.store. 6t0e peir bottle.
ILand For Sale
conon 1u 4w'brn n
2tret . Pr4 $ 1 kutr 4errte
uf t t rtI . I i les ' .' '..ur ns
7., a'crs Itn woodlandt, is XI acres
in cutltivati0 o nin -roomt dwell
ingr, C. tetmnt houses', barni antI
,1i nt v " outt-htotiws -o welN.
. H iAl 1 . 0tream . Thi pr' ltopenyI
offered for shot t imeto. Pr ite r .a
Davis' Realty Co.
Farmters- Nat. 1hantok UniiId intg~
Make it ,look fresh and
clean. 'Therei is no use
in ridi . inia faded car'
when you -can have it
freshened and brighten
\ ed up for a very small
amolYui. Have it paint
Our Work is as
good as the. Best
Tlt's d Cinch"
~ ~ <.
IS YOUR FARM FOR SALEI Imm m m
if you hiaNve any land for sale, either -OME
improved farns or unimproved acre
age, we iay be able to find you a pur
chaser If you will list it with our
WeV are receiving a large number ofl
inquiries about farming opportunities
in this State and it 1. the purpose of
the C. & W. C. Jilroad to prepare a We have bought out Burnett's Garage
conliprelsiO lUst ot lands l'or sale
located along its line, to bo distribut- and h s'
ed among prospective settlers, and al h ecr r-ciass e
persons av-ing such property for sale
are urged to co-operaie with the un- o repair work on all makes of cars.
dersigned, In order that accurate and
reliable data may be placed in the
hands of prospective homeseekers ALL WORK GUARANTEED
making inquiry about farmin- oppor
tunities In your community.
A blank formn will be mnailed yoti, uji
n~mma'amSIMS & MAJOR
n aplica(:tion, asking [or the specifcI S & A O
There is no charge for this service. Laurens, S. C.
W. W. CROXTON,
Rlooi 5, Terminal Station Bldg.,
-lt f Atlanta. Ga.E
Mr. A. N. SFpnrr o[ 411 M.:inola rre
Nil in t v;,i'y weak. ru ei cond if loi
was so tiervous tlait my hanis shook
Iiho Ililt oldiII wiiiil :1y 1111 je nligii M
% r I. kii - s o w
f fooil tligesti ev ploorly. mll I orton
Iitl it .iny sto nc an was
'If ctfm a b114,111o for IlRECx , 1!t41 Ilva
f twidc it. th '1 i ii moiicio I i,%tr r .tY
It wezit right a llr -o ill , y
ittitt 10w tivy care all ge ,o* Ay jivirt c
t h-r a < e
- ~~allglie bvr11'kin'stt r Ieil i m liy ki(livyi oiti . stoiach
a I t er fiii l it.l
j 14 C )I iiac from t i-s Ju iei ex1( -
o iivc ivilichiial hierhcal piitti
-w ch act l the vit an i pleas
Want to Make an Investmrent
Fortunes are being made on small investments in the Oil
Fields of the Southwest.
We warn you that the element of chance is largely predomi
nant, and you should not risk money you can't afford to lose, but
the chances of large returns on small investments are almost un
We are licensed brokers--righA ~the field--and can sell stock
in any reliable oil cornpany.
Ourconections insure us latest and most reliable information
on any company.
Your inquiries cheerfully answered.
Your orders given prompt and careful attention.
Reference: The Deming National Bank.
erning Oil Exchange
Haskell Dial, Manager Deming, New Mexico
VALUE OF SAVINGS
dOne of Great Lessons of War Is That
of National and individual Thrift,
Now Rapidly Growing
Now that tho now Gorman gover4.
ment has accepteid the Inovitable, and
has oi'Jclally sign'id the peaco terms
tict:.ted by the alion and the coun
-.r"'-)atiated wy'I thmi thet groat
*.-t :ind most disastrois war that over
scto:;ed tho world is ended.
Fmr nrly live yo .( t!he world has
boon topsy-turvy. The thin;g; that
were ndd y-tyrday are no longer
all%, i~, ' act vities; of the
*D ..J (SI. l .hmoeuts azil isuol.
o .t a: I g dlv; (iver to the
":. Ur", of f?!. monts of pa-i -.
Th a11ut n1w be a readjustmeont.
Gover -ents t.h.; have thought fin hit
lion and en)It moley iVth a lavish
hind, must rocrench and t.hink in ii
lion. and even smaller amorunta, and
must gain a now porspective.
Viewed in the retroslpeoct the pa rt
pinyeft by America !n tile vroat world
w:ir is on! (if (tho rAnt glorious chap
!Irs in history. AnI in tho miiking of
:ils brillh.;.t history the plain Amer
c.an citizin playod .a stellar role. The
momntains of munitions, the equip
ment for the millions of soldiers, the
groat shlps that carried the men
air i'v. the on ,, could inot have bieei
providnd Imd not the common peoplo
of Amerira providiid the money.
Mich of t111s mony wV4 obtained
throuigh tho nale of Lierty Bonds
wnd Wiar Sav!ngs and Thrift Stimlps.
This great v4ouine of Tnonv has not
boien wa;atled. Firs t hriught lirma
nont p.e-ae to the world, anI now that
real peace Is here, every rot that was
() inV.. will como back to tlhose
who aid(ed their govornment, and it
will c(ilo biack with intorot.
T hwr that i9l now hi:ap;-pily onde(l
ha.s taught the leoplo the vluei of say
hing. They wont Into the 1avin1g
J '11m21 as in1 h throuc h w itriot mS
anything else. 1ut now hat they ar
ronapitg the returns. nnd so that what
they did with a patrIoth' motiro in n
roal foundationi for fIt r: t f ,
they have gained a now conn denen in
their cointry. and they w:!i contini:
to buy the -eurities the Tr i i
partniont offers. and will wake he
country many-fold more pIroospelroun
than It would havo been hail not the
war istilled tho lesson that will provo
invaluable in future yoars.
PAY)NG OFF 'HAT
Theodorn l :or!#evlt said: "T hrift is
merely the u14e of hard common 681sensM
In the spending of money." Paying
off the motnir'r-' on thc'ot-llret
plan by buying War Saving i Staips
ls one of the uses of thi hard com
Not only on this plan offor a pi- o
tical way of Wavinlg 3al31 am iiou:its of
moany, but 'mlP.il aiounti maty br
earninug hntrot aI soon asi they arn
set asido toward the colincting of
the larger sum. This Interoit ill turn
maltrially 11ol1):s to reduce the G per
ent lntereost rate criommoly chiarged
When the mortgage comes dua It
may eIther he p-uid off in wholo, or in
part and rene.'wed. the method of
"My IbnO v at fintuc"root h-cve to
larc-nt thoi I vu neM' " ly
Therift StanY;peA and WV r Savinlgs
Mr w@edronBuy one anid find
CANNOT LOSE MONEY
IF IMESTED WISELY
Funde Put into War Savings Stamps
Are Absolutely Safe and Yield
Handsomo Profit to Holder
G v ronI; . s i;;, u o. a;;rd the
aafost and ruost practical inventiment
in the world. A War Savings Stamp is
a promisory note for $6 it redeemed at
iatt.rity, or for tho originai cost. (f
tho st ; rp ' lus accrued interast if re
deemned L4ore maturity.
It Wr- :ly after Anerica entered
the groat world confliet that tLhe smali
wage earner in this country was af
fIde' d t0h1 (p rtlu n ity of iinv'esting in
gover 1 in et .4c u itc; of bocoming
co-partnir:-: with the governmont. That
thirro nre today more thprn 20.000,000
htobiers ..' govornment snritie as is a
fact wvhich speaks for itse!f.
When you buy a War Savings Stamp
you art helping the governmont. To
be ahlo to rnako a loan to the govern
ment, even as small as the sum repre
-tented by a War &Avings Stamp, is a
proof of patriotlilmi and also a practi.
cal manites tation of that spirit of na
ional thrift andI I idividil savings
wh ! hasq comoe to us as a permanent
heritag'o froji the war.
WEALTH OF NATION
Tn Washington some of those ex
port:,;. who aie mias teris of flgiures and
who have a miud attuned to statistics,
frequently dig up queer things. Ono
of Llii. typo ha figured out that the
total we~ilth of th itniteod State. i.i
$300,0'',v00.0U0. Thion he figures oul
th-i new we'd th prodiuced annually,
which he tnrmn: "net intomw.o." TL1inA
gets into (lizzy figmes. too. He esti
mate.s that lIst year the national
woalh inc*rea sed $1 :,000, 0.000, whic h
ho admorn it Is going fast e: than tho
normal. Anoa:ther Wiauihington offvinl
poima out that one of th bIst wavs
to coinsirve thiis natioual inc.:ne in
wealth is for individuals to buy War
ONE rArFE PLACE FOR Ll(.
ERTY BONDS-TH' BANK
PUT YOURS THERE
Tho mntbrrland (Md.) Evo
ning Times printa the following,
whici should be a remindor to
iall who ar now keeping their
iberout y IWInda or Wltr Savinigxs
StIap ini bOxO al'iund the
houw or in broken tea pots or
ini mattr sus:ii
..ir . U liun 3. Dvor, w%;ife
Of FI-ni~~nw Dever,
Bl;limuar' ,al ()hio ri lroad, of
Rowleshurg, W. Va.; throw $1,.
(3 wm of d'orty Hlands into
th0 . it r. er, ha .: (f hor
home, by mistake, with rubbish
she hiad clonned from their
homn. The v'nlu.hlo handis have
nit bin i f'0 l ro d iolthough a
diligent siarch of the Cheat
river hottom in that vicInity bas
W. n. i)vor's grent loss of
-bondts has a parallel. V. W.
xWo:', "hltimoru and Ohio rail
- oad rcagerr, loit $l50) worth
of Liberty lHonds from hisi pock
et. They we'ro a $100 andu $50
Issaur. Elirnver Woodl Intendid
to de1. -n i ho hends ini a local
a. hank. T,'. h:Vo not hi'n Io
S A labtorne unlorading a car of
coal at Pnw Paw, R.uturday,
'( olild a ?:00 bond in the coal.
4 It is it :/t to have dlroppodl
Sfrom the pe e t of a ear loader
at the minhes. TIhe laborer re
r' 1~ 0 "- tt-r to tho corn