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GREATEST MEDICINE ON EARTH
A prominent citizen of Evansviilo,
Ind., writes:?"I was 111 for five
months with n pulmonary trouble, and
bad tho best of doctors. I had hemor
rhages and was in a very bad way.
Through the advice of a friend I tried
Vlnol, and I feel that it saved my life.
It is all you recommend it to be. I
believe It is tho greatest modlclno on
earth. I have advised others to try
Vinol, and they have had tho same
results." (Name furnished on re
Wo want every one In this vicinity
who is troubled with chronic colds,
coughs, or pulmonary troubles, to
como and get a bottle of Vinol.
If It does not go to tho seat of trou
ble, heal tho Inflammation and stop
tho cough, we will cheerfully return
every cent paid us for It. This shows
our faith, and proves that you take
LAUBENS DRUG CO.
Ijinrens, S. C,
Don't you insure with
It offers the best to be
had in Life Insurance
Paid Up Values
Large Loan Values
Long Extended Business
A Home Company solic
iting your Insurance.
M. R. WILKES, Agent
Laurens, S. C.
Southeastern Life Insurance Co.
Greenville, S. C.
The hlghost prices for all kinds of
L.rs will be paid by S. Pollakoff, Lau
rens, S. C.
Minks from .5$.">c to $7.2.*>
Raccoons from.15c to if'iJi?
Skunks from .10c to iMJW
Opossums from .f>c to 7.*>c
Musk Rats from .6c to 55c
Fox from .2."ic to $(5.00
Otter from .*L00 to $20.00
Reavers from ..">0c to $^..">0 :
Clvit Cats fr m .">c to ?*??"><?
Wild Cats from .10c to 7.'>o
All prices will be governed nei rd
fng to fur market.
Next to Post Office Lau rens, S. C.
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IthriiinnllNin find III.I DUcnnr?.
Tho euuso of rheumatism is excess
uric .n iii in tin- blood. To cure rheu
matism this acid must t>e expollod from
flit; system, ltlieuinatism is mi Inter
nal ?ii.-f.isi? and requires nn internal
remc ly. KuhhuiK with oils and lini
ments riitiy ease the pain, hut they will
no mors cure .rheumatism than paint
will change tho fiber of rotten wood.
( iiri'H lOifiuiintiMin To scnj Cured.
Science has discovered a perfect and
complete euro called Rheumaclde, Test
ed In hundreds ot cases, it has ofteeted
marvelous euros, Rheumncldo removes
the cause, gets nt the Joints from tho
Inside, sweeps the poisons .njt of tho
system, tones up the stomach, regulates
the bowels and kidneys. Hold hv drug
gists at Wc. and $1: In the tablet form
at 25C. and 600., hy mail. I took let free.
Jftobbltt Chemical Co., Baltimore, Md,
Ge<S At The Joliitu From The IdhI?c.
I,AUKENS DRUG CO.
I,aureus, f. C.
TOPICS OF INTEREST
TOWN OF CLINTON
Welcome Being Prepared for Now Pas
tor of Presbyterlau Church Annual
Debate of College Societies.
Clinton, Fob. "7.?The Presbyterian
ladles are preparing a welcome for
tho Hev. F. 1). Jones and bis family,
who will arrive the latter part of the
week from Charlotte. They will live
in the Horton house.
The debaters' contest between the
Ktikosmian and I'hilomathoan Liter
ary societies on Thursday evening re
sulted in a victory for the Phllomathe
iin society represented by Mr. Lem
mon and Mr. T, C. Brown.
Kllis Fuller, the popular Cross Hill
representative will speak for tho col
lege at the Greenwood oratorical con
The base ball coach is now here and
the practicing will begin as soon as
the ground Is fit.
A program committee met at the
Thornwell Orphanage this afternoon
to arrange for a conference of orphan
age workers to be held here April
4th and 5th.
Mrs. .1. B. Branch and little Miss
Elizabeth have returned from an ex
tended visit to relatives in Kentucky.
On Friday evening Jodie (.'handler
and Mr. and Mrs. A. 1$. Galloway en
tertained a large party of young peo
ple in honor of Misses Louise and
Fdtia Brooking ton of Manning, guests
in their home.
The Misses Bl'OCklngton were again
guests of honor at an informal party
given by Miss Orrah lb-ss Little on
Mrs. W. .1. Bailey entertained the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion, Musgl'OVe Mills chapter, on
Mrs. Whitman Smith entertained
ten Indies at a 1". I?. ('. sewing party
On Tuesday afternoon, the object be
ing to make articles for the white
sale to be given by Stephen I). Lee
chapter in the spring
On Friday afternoon Mrs. .Tames It.
Copoland entertained the Actaeon
"Betsy Hamilton.'' the well known
entertainer, rendered a very Interest
ing programme of reading and mon
ologues on Friday evening, under the;
auspices of the Musgrove Mills chap
ter, I). A. It. While In Clinton she was
the guest of Mrs. J. A. Bailey.
Miss Olive Haines of Greenwood
is the week-end guest of Mrs. J. Q.
Mrs. Mack Hipp and little daughter
of Abbeville are visiting relatives in
Miss Sallio Wright has returned
from a visit to friends in George
Dr. and Mrs. P, G. Ellison of New
berry stopped over in Clinton for a
short while this week, on their way
North. They loft their little daughter
to bo the guest of Mrs. Ellison's sis
ter. Mrs. w. i). Copoland.
Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor
e reist.-, insufficient mastication of
(, constipation, a torpir liver, wor
md anxiety, are the most common
causes of stomach troubles. Correct
your habits and take Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets and you
will soon be well again. For sale by
LOVELY VOI XG WOMAN
TAKEN BY PK A Til
(Continued From Page One.)
student body of this college
1. That her death is a loss and grief
2, That we bear witness to her sweet 1
spirit, gracious womanliness, her lldel- j
Ity to duty, her steadfast faith and
life, and will cherish her memory In
the years to come.
::. That we sympathize with her fam
ily and are sharers of their bereave
ment, and we tender them our heart
felt sympathy in this great shadow
that has fallen.
I. That our Hag fly at half mast all
this day In the which the last sad ser
vices will be conducted.
i, That these resolutions be recorded
in our journal and a copy be sei t to
the family bereaved.
Attest: Feb. 1012.
.lohn 0. Wilson, President.
Sam'l. L. Prince. Sec y.
Interment took place in the city
cemetery, many lovely dowers Accom
panying the body from Columbia,
among which, was a beautiful Moral
design from Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Knowl
ton, at whose Infirmary the deceased
became a general favorite, during the
three months she spent there under
medical treatment?these beautifully
fragrant flowers being emblematic of
the lovely laid plucked so soon to
adorn God's garden in all Its full
BROWN'S ?J LITTLE TABLETS
Cure* Indigestion, Dy?pep?ta, Heartburn
Ask at Or. B. F. Posey's.
COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS.
Will Com ?mio Second Monday In March
In the New Court House, Judge
Tho March term of tho Court of
General Sessions, or criminal court,
will convene March tlth. with Judge
T. S. Sense on tho bench. The ses
sions will be held in the beautiful
new court room of the remodeled
The officers of the law have been
rather busy during the past few
months and a large number of cases
are on the docket, among them-being
several murder cases.
The following grand jurors have
been drawn to serve for the coming
John A. Franks. Laurens; George
C. Riser, Jacks; YV. It. Crisp, Hunter;
J. J. Thompson. Cross Ulli; W. A.
Pool. Scuffletown; J. A. Taylor, Dials;
R. E. Boyd. Waterloo; J. W. Medlock.
Sullivnns; J. H. Aborcrombie, Dials:
J. S. Babb, Dials; J. I). Woods, Dials;
G. M. Moore, Waterloo.
The hold-overs are: D. E. Todd. Lau
rens: Hilary Blakoly, Hunter; J. L.
Heid, Laurens; J. C. Reeks, Ware
Shoals; T. L. Henderson, Youngs; J.
H. Cunlngham, Lanford.
The following petit jurors were
drawn to serve for one week:
C. B. Leonard. Youngs; J. W. Fow
ler, Waterloo: F. M. Fuller. Hunter;
C. R, Workman. Hunter; 1. O. Adalr,
Hunter: F. I.. Rrown, Laurens; Clean
A. Fuller, Laurens: B. Q. Sprouse,
Youngs; Georgo F. Young. Jacks; M
I. . Smith, Laurens; .1. L. Gentry,
Youngs; Geo. A. McPhenrson, Water
loo; L. W. Gilliland, Dials; M. A.
Sumerel, Schdlet.own; F. J. Owlngs,
Laurens; .1. II. Bagwell, Waterloo; C.
F. Heeks, Sullivans: John W. Reeks,
SlllliVans; J. A. C, Martin, Waterloo;
Joe L. Finney, Jacks; W. W. Davis,
Hunter; Jerome c. Babb, Sullivans:
Troy F. Moore, Waterloo: I. L. Mad
den, Waterloo: T. M. Pinson, Cross
Hill: J. 1!. Williams. Youngs; R. O.
Childrcss, Laurens; D. 11. Counts,
Laurens; W. B. Sims. Waterloo; J. M.
DeShiolds, Youngs; J. I'. Goodwin,
Youngs; R. s. Templeton, Laurens;
Q. W. Simps. Waterloo; T. R. Johnson.'
Jacks; T. IMuss Brown, Laurens: W.
H. Campbell, Dials.
Officer W. c. Eichelberger, otherwise
known to Laurens and vicinity as
"Ike" anchored In port last week for
a few days stay in his old home. Mr.
Eichelberger is now a very prominent
member of the Florence Police force
and from all accounts Is making good
In a rush. He was for a long time an
e file lent member of the Laurens force.
At Cedar Grove Church.
Rev. Mr. Kennedy, a returned mis
sionary will preach at Cedar Grove
Church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock
Other Important matters are to be '
discussed and a full attendance of all
the members Is requested. The pub
lic Is Invited to attend flu; meeting.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. j
We, the tindorsigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 1;", years, and '
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions anil financially'
able to carry out any obligation made
by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. \
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern- \
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 7f>c per (
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Statement of the Condition of the
Located fit Laurens, s. ('., at the Close
of Business February 20, 1012.
Loans and Discounts .. ..$167,308.6;"
Furniture and Fixtures 2,166.02
Banking House. 4,200.00
Other Real EstatO Owned 2,000.00
Due from Banks and Bank
ers . 11,181.63
Silver and other Coin .. r, 1 ?.:i7
Checks and Cash Items .. 6,000.55
Capital Stock Paid In .. ..$ 50,000.00
Surplus Fund. la.000.00
Undivided Profits, Less Cur
rent Kxpenses and Taxes
Duo to Banks and Bankers 8,330.87
Dividends I'npnid. 4.00
Individual Deposits subject
to Check. r.9.218.09
Savings Deposits. 25,228.98
Time Certificates of Deposit 23,021.36
Cashiers Checks. 870.31
Bills Payable, Including Cer
tificates for Money Bor
rowed . 10,000.00
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens. BS.
Before me came S. J. CrStg, Cashier of
the above named bank, who, being
duly sworn, says Hint the above and
foregoing statement is a true condi
tion of said bank, ns shown by the
books of said bank.
S. J. CR A IG.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
mo this 27th dav of February. 1912.
R .R. Terry.
Correst Attest: .1. J. Plnss. John W
Ferguson, M. J. Owiugs, Directors.
HITS THE SPOT EVERY TIME
The explanation is simple; they are
mademth the greatest care and
every ingredient has to pass the
test ofoui' own laboratories;
ther&nol?i or miss"about Rqyster
Sold 3y Reliable Dealers Everywhere
F.S.R?YSTER GUANO CO.
Norfolk Va. Tarboro N C. Columbia S.C.
Baltimore Md. MontgomeryTLlu. Spartanburp,3.G.
riacon Ga. Columbus 6a.
fkom the county
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program give undoubted testimony to
thorough work. Some other exercise"?
united with theso to honor the birth of
the great and universally beloved
In consequenco of the destructive
work Of th<> pino beetle in this sec
tion of the county last summer, a num
ber of land owners are turning the
dead timber into cord wood and ship
ping it off to other points. The sup
ply here Is greater than the demand
sind in order to utilize this timber he
fore decay has rendered it worthless
the owners are resorting to other mar
kets. Numbers of car loads have been
sent to Clinton and Greenwood, nud
sotno are still hauling. Some green
oak wood has also been shipped off
from this point and the little forest
that remains in the country is rapidly
disappearing. In the last f;w years
the price of good wood has til most
doubled. If the beetle and axe are
allowed to continue their depredations
unmolested, the inheritance of fu
ture generations will he a depleted
country and expensive living.
Miss Lee Nelson has returned fron1
a visit to her sisters, Mrs. Etta What
ley of Greenwood and Mrs. Bessie
Whatley of Colkeshury. I? Is under
stood that Miss Lee will return to
Greenwood this spring to accept work
In a dry goods store.
Mr. it. a. Wharton and family of
Cross Hill wero hero Friday night and
Saturday visiting B. 't. Fuller's fatu
ity. Mr. Wharton Wim also looking
after Insurance duties at this place.
Mrs. Lula Fouche of Coronnca was
here last week mingling with former
friends and attending to her farm in
Miss Vashtl Fuller Is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. Lessie Dantzier of I lodges,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. a. Davenport are
both quite sick with grippe.
Wednesday's storm did but little
damage here, though the wind was
very strong and at times alarming.
Statement of the Condition of the
Located at i,aureus, S. ('.. at the ( lose
of Business February SOtlt? 1012.
Loans and Discounts .. . .% 17,033.03
Furniture and Fixtures T?O.OO
Due from Hanks and Hank
ers . a.ir.s.vi
Silver and other Coin .. .. r.02.2t
Checks and Cash Items . . 65.30
Capital Stock Paid In . . . .$ ?.OOO.OO
Surplus Fund. l,7.r?0.00
Undivided Profits, less Cur
rent Kxpenses and Taxes
Individual Deposits subject
to Check. 12,544.65
Ravings Deposits. 2.712.31
Time Certificates of Deposit ?07?.38
Cashier's Checks. 113.3".
state of South Carolina,
County of Lnurens. ss.
Hefore me came Thos. I. Swygert,
Cashier of the above named bank, who
being duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing Is a true condition of
said bank, as shown by the books of
THOS. I. SWYGERT.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 27th dav of February, 1012.
11. 11. O'Shlolds,
Correst Attest: .1. AdgOl Smyth, Jr.,
T. B. Wallace. Thos. I, Swygert.
Big shipment of Enamel Ware just
received, evervthlnjr for the kitchen.
S. M. & E. II. Wllkes & Co.
ASHAMED OF HER FACE
"I was ashamed of my face." writ**
Miss Plckard of North Carolina. "It
was al! full of pimples nnd .sears, l>ut
after using I). 1 >. D, Prescription for
Eczema I ran n;iy that now ttiero Is
no sign of that Eczema and that was
three years a^o."
This is but one of thousnnd* of cases
In which I). 1). D. has simply washed
away the skin trouble. 1). D. 1>.
cleanses tho skin of the germs of Ec
zema, Psoriasis and other serious skin
diseases; stops the Itch instantly, and
when used with 1). D. I>. soap the cures
s?-cm to ho permanent, Nothing HKo
I). I). D. for the complexion.
Trial bottle 2Ti cents, enough to
provo tho merit of this wonderful rem
We can also (,-lve you a full slzo
bottle for jl oo on our absolute guar
antee that if this very tlrst bottle falls
to fflvo you rullef It Will coat you noth
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens. S. ('.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
laurens, S. C.
Jno. VV. Korg-uaon C. C. Feathers tone
W. B. Knight
PERGUSON, PPATHERSTONB & KNK1HT
Attorneys at law
I.aureus, S. C.
Prompt and enrefuJ attention giroo
to all hunineus.
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts
prompt attention jriven to all business.
over 66 years'
J MADE MARKS
Anyone tending a ek?trh and drierlntlon nur
Qtilcklf a?r?rtaln our opinion fro? wlirtlifr mi
Invention U probably pnl?>iitatil?. < '.m.nim.
tlone? trlctlrconndanlliil. HANDBOOK onl'e.enla
? mil frnn. ((Meat auenry for am-nrliir patent*.
Patent? taken tbronub Mmin A Co. rocelr?
?ptxlal notlu, without ?barga. In tba
A fcand?ome!y tllo*trate<1 weekly. I.ar?e?l clr
nilatlon of but 1061111110 J'.urmil. Terma, t3 ?
rear: four niontln, $1. Bold by all newadealer?.
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ye hi k n??oa, Rnt, Safari, Alwly, lOriiiMe
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See our special Ten Cent Window,
you will find the best values you ev
S. M, & B. II. WllkCfl ?- Co.
Wish it Would
So that you could get to
city to trade some more at
J. ri. Sullivan's Store?
.1. [joc Lnngston ami Lyl L. Moore
arc patiently waiting for you to got
back again and assure you that they
will give you good and prompt service
and sell you at Hock Hottom Prices.
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We have a good lot of Beardless:
Seed Barley waiting for you.
m m ?
Also some nice Irish Colder and Red
llliss Seed Irish Potatoes we are sav
ing Tor you.
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Auto Horse Feed for your run down
stock and it is a good feed for any
horse or mule.
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We have Bcverat plug mules, also
some good mules to sell, you hail bol
ter see us before you buy.
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We have the Goods to sell and can
show you better when you come than
we can tell you in this small space.
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
l?-OF-T^-2 -J ,
Ladies' or Gent's Sizes.
20-year guaranteed Cases.
Elgin or j Waltham Move
Speci 1 $10.00
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tem nnd cnused trouble with your kid
neys nnd bladder? Have you pains In
loins. sld? '?ftck and bladder? ffavo you
n flu?>l>y appearance of (be (nets, nnd an
der the eyes? A frequent de?1re to hums
urine? If so, Williams' Kl.iney p|||g will
cure you?Druggist, J'rtro Wie.
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