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Wuterloo New. Items.
Waterloo, Dec. I I. -Mr. W. ('. Whur
Um is now on th" road selling fertili
zers for a Churloslou house. Ho Is
s . -101111}; a fow days hero lids week
v iii; his home people.
Miss Kvn Marlin of Cross Kill. ha.
h mi olocled assistani teacher in tin
Watorloo school and begun her new
'?>: ;> B Monday la. t. Prof. S. W.
Packet is the itblo principal and the
nchool this eyar is in a most ilourish
iu . condition.
CHARLESTON AND WESTERN CAR?
Arrival ami Departure <?i Trains, Laurens,
EFFECTIVE JUNK It', I'.Hi .
Mo. I. Leave Augusta.lU:lo a m
?\.. I. licave liiturcns. 2:32 p in
No. i. Arrive Spart anburg, 1:05 pm
No. 5. Leave Greenwood.... 0:50 am
No. 5. Leave Laurens. . 7:55 a m
No. 5. Arrive Sparlnnburg. 0.30 am
No. 53. Leave (Jrcenville.12:2(1 p in
No, 53. Arrive Laurens. !:>l5pm
No.*80. Leave Greenville I:;!" \< m
No. SC. Arrive Laurens 6:25 |> 111
soi Til HOUND.
No, 2. Leave Spnrl.-inhtirg ...I2:J'? p in
No. 2. Leave Laurens. 2:32 p 111
No. 2. Arrive Augusta. i;:l~> p m
No. (!. Leave Spnrtanburg . 5:00 p m
No, (>. Leave Laurens. 0:35 p m
No, 0. Arrive Greenwood 7:50 p m
No.*87. Leave Lauren-. 8:10 it 111
Xo.'KT. Arrive Greenville.. .10:20am
No. 52. LcaVC Laurens..2:35 pm
No. 52. Arrive Greenville ... 1:00 j> hi
Trains '80 and "87 daily except Sunday.
Tri-weekly through Pullman Parlor
Car service between Augusta and Asho
ville on trains Nos. 1 and 2; North
bound,Tuesdays, Saturdays; Southbound
.Monday.-;. Wednesdays and Fridays.
C. IL GASQUE, Agent.
Laurens, s. t'.
<;. T. URYAN, Cen. AgL,
Greenville, S. c.
A.W. ANDERSON. (Jen. Supt.
ERNEST WILLIAMS. ?.P.A.,
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Semi <>dici< ? I'lli, addi
the ititni ii'.' i iiii
Mention i'i.M ?
Ps^n* Everybody kno< i ivliat that
KiaH \J!&K means "thu bluunchi it, best
g*| vs** l>uilt, Ii",iit- t running, best
mat) rial wagon on the market?
Not nil tloaji ? ?? like to haiullo it because it cot i j them ft
little more and ihcy have to S?ll ii t?t a little more than
Wie. Cfhoose To Sell
Th? Wagon of Quality.
Wo believe wo l<now what the people* of Ihn conitnunily ward?
\V hilf it cnstn :i little uiofo than others it i i >\<>- th a great deal more.
Every MllttUM Is Worth More Than It Costs.
It'?-, worlh while (<> buy rigid while yod are at i(. Gel the wagon
that i. 11 'I Ruing lo Iwithof y-?ti v.Ith tiro i olting, breakdown i, tic.
Wo Innlhal n a fon.
COM 1UN AND LET US TALK MILD URN TO I OU,
H. Douglas Gray &
\> !! vT ONE ACHE MADE IN 10?
'! Clarence A. Owens, who farms 4
i I he Tylersville beet Ion of the coun
has furnished The Vdvortiser with ^
??> statement showing wem one ucre t>f
laud produced thin year voider his < ui- *
ilvatiou. The total yield two crops a
?was sin bundles of outs, .V.ift bun- *
dies of fodder and IM bushels of corn.
Sometime ihis month he experts to
sow the same aero in oats again, us- A
miu 100 !bs of acid and L'O bushels of
* ottoi need, 4
Th 1 spring c rop of oats was sown
in February, that is half of it, Hie i
< her half being "volunteer". Pwo ,
hundred pounds of fertilizer and 100 "
pounds Of nitrate of Bodll was vised on a
this crop. *
in .lane be prepared the acre for A
emu. running off the rows I foet
apart. In addition to two loads of A
.lie made fertilizer. '.!"n pounds of
s-;-!-l'-l' commercial fertilizer and \
i_' bushels of cotton seed were used
under this crop. Mintcr's Prolific '
t-orn was the variety of seed planted. .
During the second and third plowings '
pounds of s :: r, nlllzcr mixed
u'iih i".i pounds of cotion seed meal
kva applied in "laylng-by" the crop i
ii >\a niveii an application id lift
poumis ni nitrate of soda. The mm- *
miiis were favorable and the crop was
cultivated rapidly a
Mr. Owens, is of course, very highl)
pleased with his experiment and he ^
Is to be congratulated on his success.
*i makes a woman on a railroad
train awful nervous to think she isn't (
iln sed for a wreck.
Some men's discussing consists
mainly of cussing. ?
AFI'JTH VKA?S experience mil. I
lions of user:, of L. & M. PAINTS,
claim;- First, it wears 10 to l.r> years. <
Second ii only costs $1.20 a gallon.
Third. Its the best they have ever used ,
Fourth, sixteen thousand agents cer
tify io these facts.
.1. 11. .v M. Ii. Nash, I.aureus. <
C'linioii Pharinaey, Clinton.
L. & M. I'aint Agents. ?
have received fresh ship
ments of the best Christ
mas Goods. All the
necessaries and luxuries
for the Christmas Table.
Candies, Nuts, Rai
sins, Grapes and Fruits
of all kinds. Finest
Florida Oranges, Tan
gerines and Grape Fruit.
Prompt attention given
THE NICHOLS STUDIO is boinf?
rapidly recognized by the best people
as the place to get the best in
THE NICHOLS 1'IIOTo is n Work
of art ami shows at a glance the skill
of tho master workman. If yotl will
compare it with those you receive from
your cousins in the large cities, then
you will MO its real merits.
They bring pleasure to the homes and
joy to the hearts of its recipients.
Santa lias recognized this fact.
PICTURE PRAMBfl made on phorl
noi ice. Nice assort ment
5? / / /
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?ii buyer: of good judgment,
w [10 will de\ ote a share of
' Ihoir Christmas appropria
? L< the i ?ract ical side of
?. A'o arc showing a splcn
of Christmas footwear.
i :ew Suggestions.
I 'or Men.
We've Shoos for Street or Dress wear,
>aiieili?> Pumps, Stortu Sinn's. St<m ni
Rubber* or Arctics, Handsome House
ipp< 1-, lied Room Slippers, etc., etc.
I Jor Women.
?>! St feel or Dress wear, Storm
ires ? ? \ i >iil- Rihhoii 'Pies,
rc>s Slippers fol Hie House or
iMinclii hi ?. i lc, i le.
! :or Children.
School l>i> - Shoes, Storm Sinus,
rin Rubbers Rubber hoots, House
Slipper l!il>\ Sit-?es, eh'., etc.
oo? is. no
? 1 lie one I Vice S, ?
Shoes Shined I7ree
i $ *
farm; has timb
is known as ti
96 acres bo
Waller S Qi
privately th y
For 111 foi
mford Station, a fine
:i. This land ^
. M C. Cox, and is |
. in end others, and <
la tin place. J
J. A. Putnam, |
known as the Higgins 5
i am offering
vvili be glad to have
lese la id: not be sold
s Real Estate.