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Mr. Stock Owner!
We carry in stock all the
which are guaranteed to do the
work claitned for then or pur
chase price will be refunded.
Boyd's Sure Pop Colic Cure, large . $1.00
Boyd'p Sure Pop Colic Cure, small , .50
Boyd's Sure Pop Fever & Cough Cure .50
Boyd's Sure Pop Purgativ . . . .50
Boyd's Sure Pop Eye Remedy . . . .50
Boyd's Sure Pop Hoof Liquid . . . .25
Boyd's Sure Pop Magnetic Ointment . .25
Boyd's Liniment, amail .. . . . . .25
Boyd's Linhnent. medium . . . . .50
Boyd's Liniment, largo. . . . . 1.00
Boyd's Worm and Conditi96 1'o. sml.. .25
Boyd's Worm and Condition i'o. med . .150
Boyd's Worm and Condition Po. lg.. 1.00
For Safe by
Iaurens, S. C.
FIN AL SEIllEM.E N..
''ake notiae that on the 8th day of
MI.ay, I will render a final account
of my nets and doings 1S Adminis
trator of the estate of W. II. Ualt.
(eceased, in the ollice of the .1 uige of
Probate of Laurens county, at 11 o'
clock, a. ru., and on the salme day will
apply for a final discharge from my
t rust as AdIministrator.
Any persons indebted to said estate
are notified and reiluired to make pay
ment on that date; -1nd all persons
having claims against sald estate will
Present them on or before said date.
duly proven, or he forever harredl.
A. II. SIT'ZL110H1,
April 8, 191-1.- 1 oo.
N. B. Di.r. A. C. Toe
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Building, Laurens, S.C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Honey to loan on Real Estate-Long
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instairt relief an. an absoluto cure
in all crses of Asthma, Bronchitis, and
Flay Fever. So!d by druggists ; mail on
receipt of price $r .o.
Trial l'o'kag" I mtIl 10 cents.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Props.. Cleveland. Ohio
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens, S. C,
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calla an vered any hours, day or night.
A URENS, S. C.
Piles 6 Pie ! Piles!
'ilIj u Itin ..1' (inW;nment will cure
fint , HInethlng and ttlihing r'il'es. It ab
.sorbis tire innors, aillays itching at otice,
arts as ai poualti.:, iiv's i n:ttanit relie'f.
Willlns' Ininn, l'ile Ojntsanent Is pre
i'art g fri'db-annd itirig of the pirivate
par... DrugiIsts. nmaI il 0 andl $1.00.
WILLIA'fq MFG. CO., P'ops., Cleveland. Ohto
ru.aURENF, DUG* L0.
Take notice that on the 29Jth (lay of
May, I1) 4, I wIll render a final ac
u'ount of my acts and doings as Ad
inistratix of the estate of S. D).
Childresis, deceasedt, Ia tthe otlice of
the Judi~ge of Pr1obate, of Laurens011
('ounty, ot 1t o'clock, a. im., and on
the saime day wilt apply for' a final
ischlargo) from imy tirul:t ats AdmIiin
Any persons indeb&'tedl to said estate'
are notified and reqiriedt to make pay
maent on that. (date; and alt tpersoins
haaving (claims11 aigainlst saidl estate will
present themt 01n or' befoire said date,
duily proven, or heo forever barred.
April 29, 19l4.-1 mo.
SPECIAL RATES TO NASH
Account Soiuthern ilaptist Con.
Tlheo SeaboardI Air Line raIl
r'oad is affering spe'cial reduc ned
rate of $12.70 for roiund tritp far'e
from Lau rens, May 1 3-20. Dates
of ticket sale from May 8 until
13 with, fInal llmtt May 30th. For
addiitional information, see Rev.
M. L. Lawson. Train leaves
Clinton at 12:04 P. M. and 2.30 P.
M. and arrive at Nashlvilleo 0:30
For .L anrens Shriners.
The Seaboard Air Line will
place a special Putimani sleeper
In the Laurens yards for the
benoflt of loc4I Shriners going
to Atlanta'on May 12th. This'
car will be picked up at Clintoni
by regular 'train. See H. Terry
or R. 0. aray 'or furt~her partic
0.8S. Comto. T. P. A.
WlVzlian Vincent. Astor Weds Miss
liuntington. Few See Ceremony.
Statesburg, N. Y., April 30.-William
Vincent Astor, son of the late ('ol.
John Jacob Astor, and Miss Helen
Dinsmore Huntington, whom he has
known since childhood, were married
here shortly after noon today in the
big oak paneled library of llopeland
House, home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. IIuntington.
Less than 50 persons witnessed the
ceremony and of the three were the
superintendents from the Astor, the
Huntington and the Dinsmore estates,
respectively. The other guests were
relatives and close friends of the fan
11y. Plans had been made for an club
orate church wedding, but Mir. Astor's
recent illness, which threatened pneu
monia, made necessary the abandon
men01t of these plans. luighteenl h111n
dred wedding ainnonicements were
sent out after today's ceinmony, but
the small compatny that wit ness'd
it had been intvited by iniformal notes,)
penned by Mrs. zluntington's secr
A 1h!lt' rain was falling when the)
few guests from New York city ar
rived at the 4001-acre iluntington es
(wtards had been posted at the ('in
trances a11d only those whose (credn'(
tials were uiituestioned wer e admit
NII. Asor himsei' is a (eptity
shete If, of I)utchess conty and 0some0
of his fellow deputties acted as sen
tinels at the gates.
Green foliage and spring )lowers
from the llunltington conservatories
an.1 from New York hung every
where throughout the rooms of
Iio pelandl Ilose. liiuried in blossoms
withl here and there a out' of green
w.ts the marble mantelpiece in the
lirary before which the couple sloe:).
.\li::s Hluntington entered the roomn
l;'oning on the arm of hter father. At
her thr1oat gleamed4( a tulagnificenlt
neckless of hear ls. the gift of thel
bridegroom. lie' bridal gown was of
white tulle with a train of white satin.
Iler lace vtil had been worn by her
g r.i indmothr, airs. 1)1insmore, and by
htor muother before her.
lirnzan Oelrichs of New York. ant
old friend of Vincent Astor, was best
man. Miss Alice I lntington, sister
of liI' hrtie, was maid of honor and
the litt !.\lMisses alu(iel .\stor andI
.\l:Irgaret D~owsr wt"re flower girls. TIhe'
loVo chibiren1 wtert, )arhed in (orn1-i
'oi!redI chIiffon ;4nd; dotted 114 n t wi,ht
t 1 blue s:ishls. Sm1all hlowers
x:riathittl t!eir hats :til each carriel
an (( l-I': ion 1 t01 ed ho iu t. .\rs. Ittbe
4"t Iiuintingttron, the irid.'a miother .
1" blue I tafftla alai chiffon.
A\ screen1ed orchlestra': of "O'( piece'('
played theo I.ohenIgrinl w\eddin. u1:(r4.h
:1nd thp' llev. ('harl's II. I11nnean. tr
0i1' of St. \largaret's cl; ir'tch. -tates
hury-, riad tihe l'iiiscopial nairriage
Whien hie pair hat iisn man and
wife, t he wedtding liar' y assemble:] ini
the' ' "onig room"' ad(.101ining th lit' I
bra ry, where a wein g breakfast was
Mrs. Ava WIlling Astor, mnother' of
thie bid~egr'oom, was anionig the wved
tinog guests. Th'e young widiow of
Colt. A stoi', although invited was not
presenit. She is in the Southi.
Amnong othieris presen t werze llobeit
P. 111unti ngton, the br idie's hyothertt,
0h is hiomel fr'omi St. Pauii's schoo(l;
.\ rs. W. ii. 1)1nsmore. the briide's
granid motherm; Mr. and .\lris. Wn, It.
lDinsmnore, .Izr., the bidte's uncle and
aunt, with their two cildr( ien; .\iss
.\adle nc I)nsmor'e a nother'i aunt;
Nicholas hiddle, one of thle execntors
0f (te Astor (eslate, and a few neigth
bio's andt old fiienids.
Vin(ent A\stor is 22 ye'ars~ olid, the
brIde is 20.
lIntil a week ago the yon 0lhi eir
to the vast Astor1 e'state---estimai~tted at
tromi $75,t00.000 to $1t0000,000-wais
ill in the lIfun tingtonz resitdence. Wiet
vi siting hiis finneee a mnonthi ago, lie
beenmie seriously ill wiii aln bscetss
on Ite iun gs. Althbough hiis phy3siclanzs
ipermiitt ed himi ou td ors fr theii first
time only four' (lays ago, younmg .\stor
insistetd that lizeret shioulid be no detlay
in the weddfinig.
It Is u nderstoodl .\r. anid .\trs. As
tor will remzain at lhbi coun(01ltry hioite
not far' from the 1 Jun tinzgion place
for a month. Thiey hiope that .\i'. As
tor''s health then witll permit a yacht
ing cruIse and a visit in England at
the home of his mother, Mrs. Av'a Wit
The Huntington family declinedi to
give out any list or description of the
many handsome presents received by
the br'ide. Most of these were taken
immediate to a safe deposit vault.
Rtheunmatlsm Quickly Cured.
'"fy sister's husband had an attack
of rheumatism in his arm," writes 'a
well known resident of Newton, Iowa.
"I gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's
Liniment which he applied to his arm
and on the neoxt morning the rheuma
tism was gone." For chronic muscu
lar rheumatism you will find nothing
better than Chamberlain's Linimenut.
Soled by all dalers.
FOR COST OF LIVING
Their Ignorance and Inefficency is
More Fundamental ('auso than big
Business, Says Vanderlip.
Now York, April 27.-ignorance
and ineiliciency among the country's
farmers, rather than big business,
make up the fundamental cause of
the high cost of living, Frank A. Van
dorlip, president of the National City
bank, declared at a dinner of the
American Cotton Manufacturer's as
sociation here tonight. Land Is be
ing utilized with but 40 per cent. of
efliciency, yet the farmer is not held
culpable-he is not answerable to so
ciety, Nir. Vanderlip said, as is the
railroad manager who produces any
thing less than 100 per cent.
lr. Vanderlip deprecated what he
alluded to as the h'reasing bonds
of hampering regulations under which
business is being placed by law. As
a means of obtaining relief for what
he said is an existing business depres
sion, he urged a camimign of edua
tion to have public opilioti based on
"correst economic principles."
"'Shalmef n;'y Small V104d.",
Uiscutissing the cotton icitst ry, .\lr.
'anderlip said the department of ag
rieulture "seems to be the one arm
of our government truly devoted to
upbuilding an lit'lligent development
of our resources." 'T'his department
has shown, he said, what "a shame
fully small average yield" there is of
cotton in the i'nited States as com
p i red with certain other countries.
"I believe there is no more im
portant service that you men who are
engaged in the cotton manufactur
ing business can perform looking to
ward the development of the cotton
industry than to do all you can to
awaken public opinion to the needs for
eflicient. methods of cotton cultiva
tion,'' ie asserted.
"We are today a itation growii
critical of buisinss meohdla and re
Meni li of business accom plishments.
Ily far the preater iipart of govern
itnt enr:gies. as related to business.
are directe(d toward destruelion rath
er than constructive and creative
One Something to Soe lety.
"Insofar as business is responsible
for' its conduet, it will not to to say
that corporation heads are the rere
>"''nttives of public subscribed capi
Ial and tiherefore, subject, in the it
Itre' ts of society to a su'veilance that
apiplies oi1y to the affairs of a pub
lie cor'pot'atlon, while farmers repire
snt, only pers:onal investmlent 11nd
imay be lit to work out w\it h such
it'noranc(e or iltel igence as they
'boos' to lringir to bear the coldut
4f their ow i atfairs.
"Farmler and planters also owe
'-omet'thing to society in the way of in
Ielligetlyl) combdueling their business.
Ihiey hold the means of production iI
their 'ontrol. The public interests
anitd the omm dieanld that. thtey ex
creise t he Itruist wIth Intelligence, of
fle ency antd thr ift. You hav~e got to
do( somtin ig besidest' r'un your cot
toni nills. You and oilier buisiness
ttuei mu lst educitate 1publliC opiniont."'
"GlETlS-ITI" F"Olt ('OINS ON YOU'II
Quit Puttering With1 C'orns. I'se 'Thils
Siure, New-Plan torn ('tre.
A few d ropis of ''0ETS-liT ' the bIg
gest seller int the wor'ld today or ainy
('o'rn r'emiedy, Is enouighi to spell po
sitivye (1(o)om to thle fioeest coirn that
yver cenionted Itself to a too. It's
These little toes These little toes
had "GETS-IT" had none.
T1", ii I wo seconids--no~ fussIng with
phlasi ers t hat doii' stay uit, with salve
thIiat ina kes corntis 'pullI atnd make the
toe boefy aiid rav. wi i knives, scist
sot's, razor's andi xl er' that make
eoirns growv faster ait (lint may causne
blood( puoio fromi corni-cutting and
cor'n-bleediing. "GETS-'T" shr iivels upl
cornts, they come ight off. Tlhat's (lie
newv pinciple. It's juist common
sense. No mnoi'e corn-pains. "GETYIS
'T" is safe, and never hurts theo flesh.
(Get irid of corns and calluses.
"GET'S'-IT" is sold at 25c a bottle
by all druggists, or sent direct if you
wish, frorn E. Lawirence & 'Co., Chica
"GE~TS-IT" is sold In Laurens by
Liaurens Drug Co.
13., W. Fea'geso C, C. Feathrson
W. B. Emeht
~mu, MATN~mlBN & 10murE
Atterasy. at Law
Pseespt and estwdwl attemen~ gives
(Ma. Orar Enhamme Rank.
DEATH OF MRS. McCAIN.
Wife of Rev. .. K. McCalt Died at
(fray Court Friday.
Gray Court, May 1.-Mrs. Francis A.
McCain, wife of 1Rev. .1. K. McCain,
died here today after an illness of
about four months. Mrs. McCain was
in her sixty-ninthI year. Before her
marriage Airs. McCain was Miss Fran
cis A. Ilenry, daughter of the late
Capt. and Mrs. S. G. ll'nry, of Rich
land county. She graduated from Co
lumbia Female College in 1865.
Besides her husbanl R1ev. .1. K.
McCain, for thirty-flive years a mem
ber of the South Carolina Methodist
conference, she is survived by one
These are a few o fthe bargains
that we have to offer you at the Pres
ent. If you want a home or want to
dispose of a home call me up at Gray
Court, S. C., Phone 19.
30 acres of land, more or less,
known as part of the Mrs. Nan Knight
homestead. Ilounded by S. P. Hall,
M1rs. Sallie Hlughes, 12. %. Wilson and
others. With dwelling and out-build
ing. Price 150 per acre.
91 acres of land. known as part of
the Mrs. Anne Cheek homestead,
bounded by W. 1. 'Cheek, Geo. Smith
W .11. 1lenderson and others. Hlas
dwelling and outbuilding. Convenient
to school and church. Price $35 per
SS. acres, known as P. 0. Smith's
home, bounded by S. A. Williams,
Chesterfield MelI)aniel and others.
Price $:17.50 per acre.
169 acres, known as M'. Albert 13.
Burns' home, hounded by Sam Burns,
Mac Burns and Robert Fleming. '1his
is a nice piece of property, nicely lo
cated and good improvements. Cheap
at $45 per acre.
3-4 acre more or less, known as A.
11. Burns home, in the city of Laurens,
bounded by loyd Sexton, Geo. Garrett
andi fronting on North IlIarper street,
with seven room dwelling, ontbu(ild
ing anid line well of water. This home
has been recently built in fine loca
tion and ell be bought for $3,200, one
third cash, balance in one and two
S:3-4 acres, more or less, known as
l0. R. Iliakeley home, bounded by Y. C.
I lellaws, .1. J. l)endy and fronting
Church street. lEight room cottage
and outbuilding, city water, witi
lights. Fine pasture. Price $2,500.
5 1 1-2 acres, known as the Gilly F.
Riddle home place, bounded by Charlie
lenson, 11. P. Garrett and Little broth
ers. Price $37.50 per litre.
The Land Man Wh
admitted to be
This is not a theor,
The popularity of
fertilizer has cause
name: if you want
be sure to buy the
If you are not alret
alongside any othe
Norfolk, Va. ita
Snartanhnrg .A C.
brother, C. P. Henry, of Fastovor,
and tho following children: Miss M.
Laurence and W. Harry McCain of
Gray Court; A. Thornton McCain,
Associated -Press operator of the
Greenvillo Daily News, Greenville;
P. Ilembert McCain, chief dispatch
er of the C., N. & L. railroad, Column-,
bin and Sheriff .lohn C. 'McCain, of
ilichland county. .
Mrs. McCain - has been a life-long
member of the Methodist church, and
has been actively engaged in Christian
work at various places throughout the
state. At the time of her death Mrs.
McCain was a member of the Gray
Court Methodist church from which
Up-to-date bakery at very reasona
ble price and terms made easy. Sec
me early if you want this property.
Also lot adjoining this lot, 62 acres,
at $50.00 per acre.
1 1-- acres with six-room dwelling,
two barns, and other outbuildings at
the Watts Mill. Price $i,800.00.
3-1 acre of land, bounded by .Jeff
Sexton, W\ill lilakeley, and others on
Mlock Street, in city of Laurens; has
six room d welling, for the small sum
1 3--4 acres of land known as/the El.
W. Patton home at ANatts Ali11, with a
beautiful cottage an'd a store-room.
Also three unimnproved lotts at the
Watts M11ll will be sold remarkably
cheap. See mie for price.
.6 N. LEAI
o Divides The Earth
:d ato hoteo andats il't a
tbeu cott ge tin g fishc- o
Al~ '0idyii acquain e l w i t the s
scrap fetilizer, l e s i m paly
ctmeape Md.f Car lotteN.
the funeral services will be conducted
by the pastor, Rev. T. W. Munnerlyn.
sesisted by Rev. H. -L. Daggott, of the
Baptist church Saturday morning at
Health a Factor In Sucecss.
The largest factor contributing to
a, man's success is undoubtedly health.
It has been observed that a man is
seldom sick when his bowels are reg
ular-he is never well when they are
constipated. For constipation you
will find nothing quite so good as
Chamberlain's Tablets. They not on
ly move the bowels but improve the
appetite and strengthen the digestion.
They are sold by all dealers.
50 acres of land bounded by public
highway running from Laurens to
Greenville, known as the Barksdale
land, just outside corporate limits of
the city of Laurens. Price $75.00 per
117 1-2 aches bounded by lands of 0.
A. Babb, L. E. Mares and the Aber
crombie estate. has nico dwelling,
good outbuilding, and farnm lands in
the highest state of cultivation. Price
$50.00 per acre.
67 acres of land just outside cor
porate limits of Gray Court, in high
state of cultivation. Has tenant hoese
and is very near the Gray Court-Ow
ings Institute. This property is cheap
at the price, $50.00 per acre.
140 1-2 acres known as the Reuben
Martin homestead, situated on the
highway from Lanford to Gray Court
This is one of the finest locations in
the upper part of the county, close to
schools, close to church and close to
market. Price $45.00 per acre.
40 1-2 aches known as the S. R.
Moore tract and bounded by W. T. Ow
ens. 13. Putnam, J. W. DuPro and oth
ers. Has good dwelling, good tenant
house and outbuildings. This is a fine
location. In sight of the Gray Court
Owing Institute and the most valuable
piece of real estate than can be offer
ed to the public. See me for prices.
2 acres, more or less, known as S. T.
Taylor's place, bounded by North Har
per street, Watts Mills property; five
room dwelling, storeroom 25x50 feet,
with barn and fine well of water. Can
be connected with water works. Elec
tric lights already installed. Price $3,
63 acres of land, more or less, known
as the G. J. Lanford lands, bounded by
the lands of T. O. Garrett, II, P. Bur
dette and others. Price $60.00 per acre.
to Suit Your Purse
'ap is universally
uited to the cot-m
experience of many.
I genuine fish-scrap
ear with fish in the
n the goods as well,
aip famous; F. S. R.
>lendid results from
ask that you test it
3. Tarboro, N. C.
a.- Columbus, Ga