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A TONI '
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonie restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
strengthening, invigorating effect, see how
it brings color to the cheeks and how
It improves the appetite, you will then
appreciate its true t.onic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
pleasant even children like it. The blood
needs'QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigor
ating Effect. 75c.
C. C. Featherstont W. B. Knight
FEATHERSTONE A KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, B. C.
All Business Intrustod to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and Careful Atten
Office over Palmetto Bank
Mr. Featherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week in Laurens.
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Offlee in Peoples Bank Building
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
:Czorneva at Law.
win Practice In all State Courts
Prompt Attention Given All Business
Oil Tanks and Pumps, Air Com
pressors, Computing Scales, Floor
Scales, Show Cases, Account Reg
isters, Rebuilt Cash Registers,
Safes. Store Fixtures.
THiE IIA3HIL''ON SA L ES C0.
Columbia, S. C.
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt Attention Given All Business
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Oflice in Simmons Building
C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hour day or night
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
All Legal Business Given
<I ~tra w.et)
Delicious and 1
guaranteed to re
lieve dyspepsia #t
Madie w~ith tihe eceb'Irnat
ed GR1I'V HIt M~In--,
ern Water. W rite for
* from your gr ocer'.
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ed for' any informiiat ion you may d~esire
about ourll jplan of insurance.
We Iusure your property against dIe
Btructioni by F'Il'E, WIND)STOItM OR
LIGHT'lN IN.\ and do so cheaperO1 than
any company In existance.
.Remember, we arc prepared to prove
to you that ours is tho safest -and
cheapest plan of insurance known.
Ou r A ssoclation is now I leensed to
write Iusurance In the counties of
Abbeville, Greenwood, McCormick,
Edgefleld, laourens, Sal uda. Lexington,
Richiand. Calhoun, and Spartanburg.
well , Clarendion, Suimtor, Lee IKershaw,
TVhe otlicers are: Cen. J. sr
Lyon, Pr'esdent. Columbia. S. C.: J. R.
Blake, Gen. Agt., Secty. andi Treas.,
Greenwood, S. C.
A. 0. Gran... .. ...t. (arumel, S. C.
J. M. ambr'eli . . . . Abbeville. S. C.
J. R. Blake... .. .. . Greenwood, S. C.
A. W. Youngblood .. ..Ilodges, S. C.
J. JFraser, Lyon ... Columbia, S. C.
R. Hf. NIcholson . . . .Idgeflold,S. C.
W. H. Wharton .......Wateloo, S. C.
W. C. Bates .. .......Bateaburg, S. C.
J. R. BLAKE, Goen. Agt.
Oreenwood. R4. C.
MAN TO SUICIDE
Ltko Kirkland., of Agiista, Ends Own
Life. 31ny 'latie Killed T. J. Wig.
Augusta, fla., Dec. 26.-On Thursday
night driven by tho unremitting hand
of remorce to self-destruction, Luke
Kirkland, of 1379 Greene .treot, after
having talked with his son Olin Ki:
land, and hip. son's wife, sent a bullet
through his heart and atoned for some
crime that was eating out the very
vitals of his conscience, and which
most likely was the horrible murder of
Thomas ,I. Wiggins, who was slain it
a most heartless manner last Monday
evening on t'he bank of tho Savannah
river and his lbody thrown into the
It has been. intimated that 'Luke
Kirkland, who was known to have becn
a friend of the murdered Thomas J.
Wiggins, has been acting nervously
and queerly since the tragedy. On
Thrusday aftternoon he left the y
of Atugusta, ostensibly to yisit his
son, Olin Kirkland, a'. Monetto, S. C.,
during the holidays. 1ie arrived at
his son's ho:ne Thirsday afternoon.
'During the evening lie sat around
the fire at his son's home, conversing
with his son and his son's wife. lie
stated to then, according to testimony
adduced in the eoroner's investiga
tion, that ho was in trouble; that a
man had been killed in Augusta larA
Monday night, and that they were try
ing to "ring him in it." His son stat
ed that he then tried to get his father
to tell him of the crime but he refused
'Luke Kirkland then dictated a'
ter to his son's wife, who wrote it
out in. longhand as the old man sat
there planning his own undoing. It
is addressed to his wife at 1379 Greene
street, Augusta, and is as follows:
Monetta, S. C., Thursdiay Night.
"I am at. Olin's tonight. I hope you
all good luck and hope that mess will
soon be seleld; :n1dt as for -he
ing with nt, he was not, not with me
no more than '1) minutes. If there is
any money it. iL at
"I hope T vill se( you all once
more. I left Aiken at 1 o'clock aid
got here -o Olin's; at half-past two.
I want Il Ir a: 'elder to be good
boys ft ti.; thii.; on. IEliza. I want yout
to be a L-Iod gi!I. I am on my way
"\\ith lo 11> %()u all, from
"I, 11 is et ing-well fast."*
Tih letter was addri'essed to .\lI's.
Marie Kirkhail, 1379 t r(ene street.
. t r !- 1.. a letter he .4at. I t e
and talkii :q tow in utes, giving no
ie-asoni 01' ''xplana-tion of writing back
to his wifoe wl : lie had just left uti
ig th di:. i4 was asked .why Ie
t- : . a.m - r 1ir i .ni.ii 1 l o tat .
fhtehe 'T a n'ti ul t ie athe ook
11ar1ing t(1) un for h i-;u lit.
then walk-d toin of th .t retwn
:tid into th-1i e arij ningf' rom, . and a s a nol
drnk oif wt' -r.l Tiheins ..lt Wiggai,
so hr wtiretl inht thatwn t hro Iuiiha
i ight 'lli' %t :in nlilng thearliand
Ilide l in~ o h' wailel, n f eroi . Iii;ow
on ait diur t r- in--taw.I ruhe wa
himgi, but ano he waI u osi and1 iee
!Ii hieb ats htabot iii tn li'ii ::
'l'1)hurstbiy n i. nt th i niest wasi
he ldieterday lnornt leIten' a' eon-:
Thned coroar' rit waa'is thast eth
decna d <y unzu- to sl dlethb itti
lshot' woundafriin the handsit lif the -
i'tiuket' K'ikind wa. th mn anot
fifty-fie' yearshiif'ti , and wiina an n'l
liiutin tanesof, Thnnssil w.r. Wiin -,
who wasl fo'I'ly Ptut'r i estilat lo ndfayi
nt. hewin as li somethig trioub'ling
te Ioul of' 'Firkland, adu from. hierow
wordsi h w abut)i'ltiie nfr loll t --u gin"
onit teI murdt oft iggins. Ifeit hwas
iggta' is it '.vf no ii t th at tait, f h
hiw tht ca e himk th resctl~n
withheIt' itl th plie fa In
vincd thtr a te ohastly lECrE
Che rbbswoMfiedby t
cure fo futher tinesIa-n fromse.
* WATTS MILLS NEWS, *
Watts Mills, Dec. 27.-Mr. '. U. Gal -
rett aged 77 years, died here early
Thursday morning at the home of his
son, Mr. M. A. Garrett, after a very
short illneiks. 1ils remains wore car
ried to Fountain Inn on F"riday .follow
ig, where the funeral service was con
ducted by Rev. Mr. Hlair.
Mr. Garrett has made his home in
Fountain Inin for a number of years
but has lived here iwith his son, M. A.
Garvett, for the last three years. lie
was a splendid citizen, a kind hearted,
Christian gentleman; has been a mem
ber of the Baptist church for a num
,ber of years. 'Mr. Garrett will be great
ly missed by his host of friends here
and elsewhere, who extend to the en
tire family their decipest sympathy in
their bereavement. .iNr. Garrett lea.v es
six children, as follows. T. E. Garrett,
Of ISimpsonville; A. Z. Garrett, of 'Gold
ville; M. A. 0arrett, Watts Mills; Mrs.
". W. Ray. of Greenville; Mrs. 'Lula
Davis, of WoodrufT; Mrs. Annie Wells,
On Tuesday of last week the infant
child of Mr. and 'Mrs. Black died at
their 'hone here and was buried here
on Wednesday following, the funeral
service being conducted by Rev. 1H.
A series of .meetings recently closed
here which vas conducted by Dr. N.
C. McPherson, of Nashville, Tenn., as
sisted bY Re'.. J. P. Carter. of Ashe
ville. N. C.. who conducted the song
service. The services were well at
tended and Quite a success in every
respect. Quite a unumber were added
to the church.
The Stinday Schools enjoyed a nice
fruit shower on11 Christmas Cve
The holidays are beinig spent very
Itev. if. (. M.artin and family are
spending the holidays with relatives
Iin J n and & otlier points.
l . . I. Stewart and famnily Ieft
Sunday to visit relatives in Greenwood
and N'ewherry dui ring the holidays.
Ai-s. Clyd e Stone and chidren of
-'nor. Mrs. I'Ellie Moierson and
(1111dri''n of Clinton, also .r. and As.
It relieves stomach misery, sour stom
ach, belching and all stomach disease
or money back. Large box of tabets
,it all druggists in all towns.
We advise 3
that you wil
fJimin ayman of Cilnto'n, 0i 'spet ESat
urday with their mother, Mrs. Isabella
Burns at this place.
Mr. &I. H. Smith and family' have
gone to speid a gwtile with relatives
in North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. :Burns and son,
Frank, of Greenville, visited relatives
here and also in Clinton during the
Mr. ad 'Mrs. Charles Rice and chil
dren of Greonwood, visited at the home
of Alr. and Mrs. W. W. Griflin durin_
We are glad to report that Mrs. R.
-H1. .Donaldson who underwent an op
eration at the city sanitarium, is re
ported to be getting along nicely. Her
I many friends 'wish for 'her an early
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our gratitude
and show our appreciation to each and
every one who so kindly assisted us in
our sad bereavement of the death of
M. A. GAINR'T AND FAMILY.
Watts Mills, S. C.
Takes on a QhYerent Color When
Your Bload is Rtich and Free
'JIY TAKING PEPkTO-MANGAN
If You Feel Listless and Depressed,
Your hlood Is Clogged and
Without knowing why, you find your
self feeling un'happy. You go around
day after day half asleep. Interest in
what Is going on around you logs and
life becomes (lull. The beauty of ra
diant sunshine, lovely flowers and the
entrancing miracles of life you miss
entirely. Laiving, eating, sleeping, be
e0fil more )r lens of a bore.
That is what colgoged, sluggish
blood does to you. It poisons your
thoughts. You are only half alive.
YouI leod a good blood enriching
tonie. Take Popto-Alangan for a few
weeks mind noticet the big Improvement.
lepto-Mangan is an agreeable tonic
aid is heartily endorsed by physi
Your (lrltggis;t has Pepto-Mangan In
both liqluid and tablet form. IHluy
which ever yoi prefer; one has ex
actly Lhe saime effect as the other.
.\lake Sirr yolu get geminline Pepto
Nlangan. Ask for "(udo's" and look
for the fuill name. Gude's Pepto-Man
gan. on the lackaete.
rou to buy your
F these low pric
1- be able to buy
Nt very far from
wimerever you aroe-s
it, te1 anCelp
er avor- a
good o, nne
VIA It A N TV - 15 afte rtuming=n recontsara
of ihe can uccer Ing to dir clns. you r
not satlifed I n every respect, our grocer
Will retand the money you paid for It.
Building Walls, Foundations,
Pillars and Columns
ALSO CURBING ROCK
Would Take Contract For Job
More Enduring and Cheaper Than Brick
H. L. Kennedy
Enterprise National Bank
needs DnOW and take the
es, as we are now selling
cost. We do not believe
them again at these prices.
is,. S. C.