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Seed Potatoes are specially grown for seed purposes. We offer superior stocks of all the best and Iost productive varieties: Wood's Earliest, Irish Cobbler, Improved Early Ohio, " Etra Early Sunllgit, BlisiTriumph, and all-other standard kinds. Wood's Descriptive Catalog for 1914. gives ful descriptions en information, and elso tell, about ail the best Farm an Garden eds. Catalog mailed free. Write for it. T. W. WOOD & SONS] Seelsmen, - Richmond, Va. Old Folks, Here's. Real' Joy For You Wanderful R)OT JUICE Will Have You 'Feeling Ten Years Younger in That Many Days. Guaranteed. After fifty or sixty years of liard use and abuse the human engine needs fre quent coaxing to keep it running smoothly and you'll be surprised at what a little of the right kind of coaxing iii do. Rheumatic twinges, sore, stiffened joints. ad muscles, lame% back, weak kidneys and bladder, nerve-weakness, indigestion. loss of appetite, interrupted sleep and other ailments No common in advanced years. are being made to disappear almost as if by magic. "a. I'm Ready for Anything Now." Wonderful ROOT JUICE, made from a collection of ROT*ature's own restoratives roots, herbs, leaves and barks, is accomi plishing things for o1(1 folks that you'd scarcely believe possible. The way it builds up the system, cleans out the blood. stirs up the bowels and the liver, tones the stomatch and strengthens the weak pilaces Is remarkablo. It exerts a splendid atiot upon the weal ened nervous system too. pt's different from anything else you ever tried and so dependable in its action that it is sold under a positive guarantee. No one takes any chances with ROOT .UI('FE. It has got to beneflt and please everybody who uses it or back goes overy cent paid for it. That's the best kind of proof of its merits. Best of all, you don't have to take it for the rest or yotu' natural fife to get rav ults. Most people feel its beneilt wi thin ten days. The appetite improves. He does digestion. That frequent and troublesome kidney action is regulated, so is the bowel action and almost before you realize it that stiffness and soreness in the limbs and muscles disappears, 'itat slinky, nervous feeling gives way to returning strength and force and you feel like e different person. Try it. You're not taking the slighest risk becausa you've got to get resulta' or your money back instantly. You'll say it's worth ten times the price and you'll fel better and stronger than you have In mnany a day. All good druggists sell ROOT JUICD at one dollar per larga aottlo and .they positively guarantee it. 4et ROOT JUICE this time and get relief. SUM[MONS FOIR RELIEF. A$ate of South Carolina, - County of Laurene. Palmetto Bank, of 'Laurea, S. C., Plaintiff, against * N.-A. Jones, Defendant. To the defendant, R. A. Jones, You are hereby summoned and re-i maired to answer tho complaint in this ~aetion of which a copy is herewith 4mrved upon you, and to set-ve a copy Syour answer to said bomplaint on 0 subscribers at their office, Lauronui Court Hlouse, 8/C., within twenty days Mbter tihe service hereof; exclusive of te day of such' service; and if you ".1 to answer the complaint within the enie aforesaid, 4lho plaintiff in this sution will apply -to the Clit tt for the .eltef dlemanided in the corn laint. Flerguson, Feathorsto Knight, Plainti ~' Attorneys. To the absent defendanl j. A.'Jones, =o1i will please take notice: That the .rigiulal summons and complaint in Q e above stated cgtse -was filed in the allrk of Court's office for Laurens sinunty in :.he State aforesaid, on tile -thday of January, 1914. Ferguson, Foatherstone & Knight, -Plaintiff's Attor'neys. 27-Ot N. B. DIAL A. C. Tdbo DIAL &TO ID .Attorneys at w Eusrprise Bak Bullding, L' rene, S. C. PRACTICE IN ALL COURT8 "oney to loam en Real Estate-Long B. R. TOD. Emninring and Ces 'ng, Land Survejs a Spec ty eete Work Skilflly dome or in. 4wings and estimates et all Eind. Telephone N.. 346 Laurens, S. C. To Prevent Biood Polsoning me*y at once the wonder uild reliable DR. ORaTER'S ANTxstPTrIC I H LINO oII,, a sue. ~adressing that relieves paln s'nd heals at amtme.Not a linhusat. r'c. 50c. $i.00. MAIODEN NEWS Madden, Feb. 16.- Flhe snow that fell hero on the 13th still lingers in patch es, evidently waiting for more to come and the 'wind today blows a regular norther! Well, it is. some consolation to know it is warnier 'here than in some places. "Uncle John" has re ceived. a letter from a relative up north who says that up there with him the 'weather is 30 degrees .below zero. We are somewhat 'warmer thanthat, hey? 'Dr. Fenn'ell, the Waterloo physician, is the attending physician with Mr. H. Lee Madden. 'The friends of Mr. Mad den will be glad to know that he is im proving and'was able' to ride up to the station a-few days ago. ' 'Miss Julia 'Cunningham is spending awhile with her aunt, Mrs. 'Montjoy, in Clinton. 'Misses Jessie Thompson and Nora Thompson, of 'Laurens, visited at the home of Mr. J. A. Madden Friday. A letter from Dr. A. B. Langston, at Valdosta convoys the news that he reached his destination safely and found South Georgia quite 'a fine coun try. He is agent for the Foreign Bap tist Mission Board and will solicit funds for the Judson memorial fuind. He will be there about six weeks. The supervisor of rLuds Is having some very essentiul work done, In hav ing an excepdingly \ad hole near New Prospect Church bridged over and ditches cut along the side of the noad. This spot had become almost im -passable. The sick are better. Mrs. Mollie Langston is recovering from a spell of grippe; Mrs. M. T. Allison is also up and little Kathleen Martin made her first visit to school since her leg was accidentally cut by a-knife on her way home from school over two weeks ago. 'Mr. and Mrs. Jim Check were- the guests 'Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Thad Moore. Mr. Luther Finley visited relatives at Cold Point Sunday. Two agents for a hay press, from North Carolina, were visitors at the hope of Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Watkins. They, were snow bound there for a few days last week. .Mrs. Griff Finley and children visit ed her mother, 'Mrs. Cunningham, of the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood. It 'will be good news to all to know that the magnificent struction knfown as "the Madden depot' 'is receiving a now coat of paint and otherwise be ing beautified. It is the hope of all that when the A. C. L. takes over the management of this road that we will, at least, be given at shelter from the elements. We have onl'i a partial one now. Misses liettle Cuningham, Susie TLangst'on land Douglas Bryson and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wofford were vis itors at the home of Mr. W. S. Power, in Laurens Sunday, where they had the pleasure of seeing two of their aunts, Mesdames Evie Power and America Madden. 'Mr.lJohn A. Madden continues abo t tihe same. He does not improve ai' fast as his friends would wish. The King of All Laxatives. For constIpation, use0 Dr. King'8 Now Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo,-N. Y., says 'they are the "king of all laxatives. ,.They are a blesgng to all my family 'and I always Rleep a box at home." Get a 'box 'and get well again. Price 25c. At druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co.' Philadelphia or St. Louis. * CEN$RB POINT NEWS. * Center Point, Feb. 16.-For tihe 'past -few dlays we have certainly been hqv lag some winter weather. . Mrs.' Judge Elmore spent last week with her father, 'Mr. Jolhn Golden, near WVare Shoals. (Miss .Mayor Stribling, who has been spending some time inl Laurens, returned hlome last week. Mr. J. T. Miller spent Saturday night and Sunday with his uncle, Nr. Ar thur Riddle, 'near Laurens. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Moore v'isited Mr. and Mrs. 'Mahorn Moore yesterday. Miss Winona Chaney, teacher of thuis place, spent Saturday night and Sun day in Laurens with her parents. Miss Belle Strlbling who has been on thle sic1C lIst for some tiime, is im proving; Mr. M. L. C. Moore has purchased a fine )toung mule. A Winter Cough. A stubborn, annoying, depressing cough hangs on, racks the body, weak ens the lungs,' and often leads to s-' rious results. The first dos~ of Dr, King's New Discovery giv~ relief. Henry D. Sanders, of .,avp dish, Vt., was threatened with c n6 mptlott, af ter having pneumonlaj He, writes: "Dr. King's 'New Disc ery ought to be In every family; it is certainly the best of all medicines for conghs, colds or lung .troulie." Good for children's coughs. Money back if 1.ot satisfied. Pr'ice 50c. and $1.00. At all druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Co. * Philadlpihia or S Tt.Ious * NEWS FOM JONES. * * " * " "4 "* " " * S* " Jones, Feb. 16.-Iv. R. F. Morris, of Princeton, delivered 'an able ser mon here last -Sunday evening to an appreciative audience. He is held in high esteem by all denominations. 'Messrs. Walter and Frank Jones are doing some excellent work on their fa'rm, preparatory to another crop. Ouar 'Sunday school is doing 'icely under the wise supervision of Hon. J. Frank Morrison. We feel very proud of our little band and time alone can reveal the good that may be accom plished. Mrs. G. L. Graham was to have rep resented our Sunday school during the convention at Anderson, last week, but owing to the inclemency of the weath er, she had to forego the pleasure of attending. ,irs. J. A. Hill, after a protracted ill ness is fast improving, much to the de light of her 'many friends. Messrs. George and Adam Jones are kept quite busy supplying the demand for wood and cedar posts at Ware Shoals. Miss, Dorcas Graham, of Ware Shoals, Mrs. Earle 'M. Caine, Rev. R. F. Morris, of 'Princeton, and Mr. Wal ter .ones, were recently entertained at tea by Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Graham. Mr. John Stone, of Laurens, visited his sister, -Mrs. Frank Morrison, Jr., last week. Dr. Willio T. Jones, while on a trip to Charleston from Columbia last week, was accompanied by two of his daughters, Misses Lillian and Belle Jones, 'who are teaching near Colum bia. * * * * * * * * * " * " * * * * * " '4 * * TILERSVILLE DOTS. * * * * " * * " * * * * * * * * * * * (Left out last week.) Tylersville, Feb. 9.--Several from here attended the quarterly 'meeting at Patterson's Chapel yesterday and re tiort a fine sermon from Rev. Mr. Stackhouse. Miss Nina Poole, of Spartanburg, and Miss Frances Sims, came down Sunday to visit her parents and hqme folks. Miss Agnew, of Huntington, spent Sunday afternoon at the Magnolia farm. - The community has become interest ed in good roads. The people fiave gone to work to change the Sandy Ford road, trying to get around the hills. 'i'ylersville, Feb. 16.-This is a bright windy morning. We had a nice snow which we hope will be helpful to the lands,+grain and a promise to a good fruit crop. 11ev. W. B. Justus preached a good sermon at Sandy Sprii.gs SuAday. lie will visit li members in this com munity this week. Mr. and Mrs. 11. 1,. Pqole with little lEarle spent Sunday afternoon at the Magnolia farm. Mr. Will Little, of Lanford, spent Saturday night with T. P. Soole. 'Mr. Marvin Sanders was in Clinton Saturday. Mr. J. L. 'Cooper visited his family and brother at Tylersville last week. Mr'. C. R. Cooper and brother vidt ed their mother at Cross Anchor Sat urdcay night. Mr. J. S. Criaig sp~ent Sunday in Ora. TrWO HOME WOMEN TALKED ABOUT HAIR Tvwo women met in our stor'e the other day, when one of them- said: "My, how 'prbtty your' hair looks! What have you Veen doing to it?" S"Why, .I have, been using Harmony Hair' Beautifier, for the palst two weeks," was the reply. "Why, inde~I!" replied the first we man, "that is just wvhat I am using. Isn't it great, and don't/ you think imy hair shows a lot of improvement?" H-armony Ilair' Beautifier is 'becom lag 'all the rage among -both men npd women whio are particular in the care of their liair. It is just 'what ft is named--a hair beautifter. it senms to polish and burnish the hair, making-it glossy, silky-Loft, andl more easy to p~ut up in graceful, Wavy- folds that "stay 'put." Contains no, oil, and 'will not dhiange color of liir nor1 darken it. Sinmply spi'4nkieA little on your hair each time eft e brushing it. \To keep your 1 fgr and scalp dan drif--free 'and c .'~ a, -use Harmony* Shampoo.. .This. liquid( shampoo gives an instantaneous rich, foaming lath er' that inmmediately penetrates to ev ery part of the hair andl aeallp, insur ing a quick and thorough cleansing. It is washed ('Cf just as quickly, the entire opeoration taking only a few me meiss. H-armony Hair' Beautifier, $1. Har-mony Shampoo, 50c. Both guaran teed to satisfy you in every way, or your money back. 'Sold only at the more than 7,000 Rixall Stores, and in this'town only 'uyeus. IAurens Drug Co., 103 W. Main street, Laurons, S. C. ,Watch for the serial story beginning next week "The Valiants of Virginia." Piles! Piles! Piles! WVillame' Indiaa Pile Ointment will cure alir'.!, Bleeding and Itching Plies. It ab iorbs the tumors, allays itching at onee, acts as a poultice, given instant relief. WVlilims' Indian P'ile Qintmient is pre parea for Ples and itchi ing of the private par:a. JDruggists, mall 50c and $1.00. WILLIAfas MFO. CO., Prons.. Cleveland, Ohio bAiJUNil DRiUt 0. UNDERWEAR! The demand in this department has exhausted many sizes in special numbers but the stock is again replenished for this week. Ladies' TJnion Suits together or separate pieces per suit-50c Ladies' Union Suits, extra quality, at the suit .... ....$1.00 Ladies' all-wool white or scarlet, at a suit .... .... .. . $2.00 Children's Union Suits, all sizes at .... ....... ....25c Infant's Wrappers at each .... ... ........15c Men's white ribbed heavy fleece suits at . <. ..... $1.00 Also in wool, searlet or white, at the suit .... .... ..$2.00 Boy's extra heavy Union Suits at -..................65c Ladies' wool Sweaters from .... .... ......$2.00 upward Misses' Sweaters at.... .. .... .... ....$1.50 Children's Sweaters at .. .... .... ........ .. .... ..50c Ladies' wool Aviation Gaps at ............ .... ....50c Children's knit wool Jackets at .... .... .... ... .50c Togues .... .... .... .... .... .... ... .... .. ..25c A complete line of Ladies' Scarfs anmi ..httlsin all colors Wool and heavy fleece cotton Hosiery. Wool Gloves-Wool Mitts-Everything to make comfortable during the winter,months at " I W.G. Wilson&.Co fosolne and K -Delivered any where in ti Just received two carloads of 66 i Highest in the stat Ask the State Oil Ins Gulf Refining J. R. EICHELBERGER, Agt. SBARGAINS iN REAL 123 acres, four miles east of Lauren Clinton road, well imp~roved at a bargain, J. W. Moore Place, near Mt. Pie $20.00 per acre. The Coleman Place, six miles west acres at a bargain. Doirioh Place, near Boyd's Mill, 22( per acre. Jno. Clar'dy Place, near Mt. Olive, 165 '45 acres one and one-half miles Soul $45.00 per acre. \One house and lot near' the Laurens 4 building at $1,000.00. 1,000 acres, three miles west of M tracts, at a bargain. The Dr'. Duvall iFarm on Pea Ridg splendid inaiprovements, well located as t< and good neighbors. A 50 aicre far'm in same neighborhot price. One house and lot on West Main St gain for' a quick sale. -175 acres in Sullivan Township, the Farm. A bargain. Laurens Trust Cc R. A. COOPE~R, President.( --Anderson A Blakeley, Managers Real Estat4 LAURENR, . . ASSESSOR'S NOTICE 1914. The Auditor's office will' be opea from the 1st of January to the 20th of February, 19)1.4 to Wpake returns of all real estate and personal property for taxation. All male citizens b tween the ages of 21 and 60 years on the 1st of Jan uary except those who are incapable of earning a support from being maim ec or from other causes, are deemed polls, Confederate veterans excepted. Also all male citizens -between the ages of 18 and 50 on the 1st day of January, 19i5, are liable to a road tax of $1.50 and are required to make their return of same to the Auditor during the time above specified and shall pay to the County Treasurer at the same time other taxes are paid in lieu of working the road. All taxpayers are required to give Township and No. of School District; also state whether property is situat ed in town or couitry. Each lot, tract or parcel of land n ust be entered sep arately. After the 20th of February 50 per cent penalty will be attached for fail ure to make returns. J. W. THOMPSON, County Auditor. Nov. 27, 1913.-td. DR. CLIFTON JONES Dentist Ofice in Simmons Building Phone: Offoce No. 86: Residence 219. For Weakness and Loss of Appetite The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVE'S TASTE L.SS chill TONIC. drives out Malaria and builds up the system. A. true tonic and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. 50c. .erosene ie County legree Gasoline, pector Co. Laurens, S. C. s Court House on Terms easy. isant, 75 acres at of Laurens, 125 acres at $12.50 acres, $10 an acre. h-east of La urens, Jotton Mill School ater'loo, in several e, I 00 acres and >schoolIs, churches >d1 at a r'easonable _ reet, now at a bar T. Wood Brown >mpany . W. TUNIt, Sec. &r Trna_.