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Care In Preparing Food.
In recent years scientists have
proved that the value uf loud is tueas
ured largely by its purity, the re
sult is the most stringent pure lood
laws tbut have ever beeu known.
Oue food that has stoud out promt
ueutly as a perfectly cleau aud pure
food aud which was as pure before
tbe enactment of these laws as it
could possibly be Is Quaker Outs;
conceded by the experts lobe the Ideal
food for making strength of muscle
aud braiu. The best and cheapest of
all foods. The Quaker Oats Company
in the ouly manufacturer oi oatmeal
that has satisfactorily solved the prob
lern of removing the husks aud black
specks which are so annoying when
other brauda are eaten
For hot climates Quaker Oats is
packed in hermetically sealed tins
keeps fresh aud sweet anywhere. 1
EX-SENATOR J. C. OTTS
WRITES SEIN. VVHAR1 ON
Denies Having Made Charge Igniiist
Mem hers of Senate Sltys He
Was M isrepresenteil.
Rome weeks ago, after Senator TiN
manY. speech at Ulenburg, ('healer
county, in which the senator is re
ported to have saill thai Ihe South
Carolina legislature "was Veunl and
bought up by the railroad-." ami a few
da later when Solicitor .1 <". Oils,
ex-; ator from Cherokee eotiltty,
"he '. up Tlllmnn in Hie remark".
Ut) "In Slate';, correspondent iplOled
billi. The Advertiser contained an eil
Itoria) Inquiry to lion. .1 no. ll Whnr
ton, senator from Ibis county, as in
what he had to iiaj uhoui lie- mallei.
; IllCe lie was a member ol Ihe com
mittee on railroad legislation in the
senate, The newspapers till over
the state took op the alleged "thru t"
by Tlllman and the reported "allirma
lion' or "eonllrmallon" b> Olli vvlm
up until a lew months ago was a
member ol the senate.
:-'.i natoi What Ion. of course, dei med
n denial of I lie charge iillogclhci it si
necesj'.ary; as n uieuiber ol ihe sen
ate. he had dorn- what he Ihoilght
hi be his. duty Id- was soiuewhal
BUI'prir.ed to hear ol Ihe charge made
by Mr. Oils, but expressed Hille n
li now develop. Dial Mr Oils, feel
iltg called upon lo explain the mallei.
baa written Senator Whar ton. The
teller denies having made ih, charge
thai he is (pioted as having made and
expresses his confidence in ihe mein
hers of the senate; hut. it dries ? a>
that "it Is hard lo gel a hill III rough
the senate that is opposed lo Ihe tail
Following Is the complete text of
August Hllrd, Ihotl.
'Ihe item ill,del I he eaplioli ol
"Otts Hacks Tillman in Aceusili, Ihe
Senate", in yesterday's Stale, not rinlv
reflects upon the entire senate ol
Which I was a member for Hue,- renn
hol places im- in a false Ugh! before
the State of South Carolina
I gave out no Inter>icw, v, idle
Coining down the street one i|; \ last
week. ('apt. Hell, local correspondent,
said lo me. "Wo see Tlllmnn says
that you senators wen- hough) hs ihe
railroads". I replied. ' Well, it is
hard lo gel a bill through Ihe senate
that is opposed l?> Ihe railroads", and
walked on. I was astonished yester
day when I saw the purported remark
in the daily papers, I til once called
on him. and he expressed regrel and
VUid that he VVOtllll lit once make
proper explanation. I am ulislled
he did not intend to place me or Ihe
senate in Ihe wronr. light Htu as I
told him. lie can nol regrel it as much
us I do. I have fell ami feel now.
that each and every member <>i Ihe
t-:enate Is my personal friend it was
not toy purpose lo rellect on ihe sen
ate. in any member lliereol
After The Slate's unfair coilllheul
today without verifying hs report, I
shall mW a: I, ihem to piibll Ii a cm
Regretting the necessit) for having
to trouble you with this letter, I am
l ,1. C (Ills.
hills Uoubl Hc Slajer.
A merciless murderer is Appendici
tis w Ith many \ Ictim Ion I ?r
Kings New Life Fills kill i' by pre
VAIitloil, They gently stimulate the
Stomach, liver ami bowels, preveill
Ing Dial Ologgltlg that Invites Uppen
(Ileitis, Our I Up Constipation. I'.ilioiis
neMS. Chills. Malaria, Headache and
Indigestion. 2fie at I'tilmetlo Drtiu
Co. iiiul Laurens Drug Cti
Crlov? .lohn \. .Diliii-on lletiil,
OoV. .loo a Johnson, ol Minnesota,
? lied in IhO .ltochevter ho pit.il .0 I !"?
H, in , Tuesday, he never havlut! roent
ered from an operation la t week foi
an Intestinal abscess. (!n\ lohlison
nas one of tbe um-1 prominent public
men Of America; he Wit! nielli lolled
last year as a possible camiidaie for
president on the Democratic platform
It S.MCd Ills I Pg,
"All thought I'd lose m> h" " write
,i. a. flwenson, SVatertown, Win
"Ten years of eczema, thai llfteen doc
tors could hot cure, had at bet laid me
up Then Uncklen' a \rnleu Salve
It sound and well." Infallible for
Skin Frtiptlons. l-V/ema. Salt Fthelim,
bolls, Fever Sores. Burns, Scalds,
Cuts and Plies. 2:'ic at Laurens Drug
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
COHN AND FODDER TIMC.
Progressive Farmers Cure the Crop as
They Do Wheat.
All through August ami tar lulu ihe
iiutuinu months, according to locality,
tin- corn hurvest win in- niuler way.
In the south It Is called "fodder pull
lug time." Whorovei corn i> grown
tin- season tor gathering it in is al
ways interesting. There seems i?> he
more sentimetit in the corn harvest
than in any other. At the same time the
work of stripping com from the stalk
und in stacking the fodder shocks is
not altogether piny. The progressive
ftinners of the northern and middle
states are more expert in the saving of
fodder than are tin- farmers of the
south. The phut is simple. They cut
down the stalks, blades and all. and
cure them in the shocks as many farm
ers do with their wheat ami oats.
Many southern farmers have tiled
the plan of cutting and curing in
idioeks and afterward snapping oil the
ears and shredding the blades and
For a year or two the plan was very
popular. It look, d as if it would he al
most universally adopted. Those who
Were fortunate in ;:etliug lirst class
shredding machines ami who exercised
ordinary judgment ami skill in han
dling the eorn crop in this way were
delighted with their experience, and
many are still following dm practice.
I'of tell or twelve \e.lis the tleolgkl
experiment station has practiced the
cutting and shock lug ami shredding
system, and this plan is still pursued
with satisfaction. Due or two years,
OWillg to unusually had seasons ill
September (a rar.'currence) or a
Mttie unskillful handling, more or less
oi tin- shredded stuff was badly dam
aged by dampness ami healing. When
sweet and tree from damage l tie
horses, mules and cattle ale i( freely,
rejecting hut a small percentage.
Work animals ami milk cows are
kept In good condition on it, with lie
other roughage for mouths at a lime.
The stalks by this process tire oul or
tin- uay of the sowing of small grain.
The refuse stalks are Hot left to he III
the way next spring.
The Illustration "Coruhusklng Time"
is |be good old way in all sections, and,
although it is tedious, it Is always
Quality In Farm Labor.
The time has Collie when the bar
tier known as the contract labor law
should he modified so that farmers
could bile the right kind of farm
hands In Knglaud and northern I'.n
tope, advertising for them in a co
operative way In the foreign farm pa
pets or securing them through Amer
lean consular UgClltS. First class men
could he obtained if they, could be
legally promised Jobs in advance, A
it Is now, only a few of the best < las?,
care to run the chances of coming
oVel' with no definite prospect in view,
and lh<- hulk of Olli' il.igmlioll h
not weit suited to labor on northern
farms. Importation of trained, relia
ble help from northern Kurope would
help to solve the immigration prob
lein ami that of farm 111 bot' as well
Sift out the low grade Immigrants,
hut lake down the bill's against those
who make the liest kind of raw mate
rial for citizenship.
Value of Cowpcas.
The COWpeil Is a lui'gu beUUlllte plant
that produces a large amount of tor
age. it is valuable for It green food
or for plowing under for green ma
nure. It has been used successfully
ror Improving wornoui soils, especial
ly those that ate light ami sandy in
texture. Its greatest advantage for
Ibis purpose is its ability to gather
Iiitrogen from the air ami mineral etc
melils from subsoil. Wien I he crop
is plowed under these arc lefl near
the surface, where lhey Will be avail
utile to shallow looted " tops and those
which cannot gel nitrogen from (ho
air It has been little used for hay in
the north, been use it cannot he rend
l> dried in this climate It makes a
>..I green feed for milk cows he
I ween Aug. i.~> ami sept. I."., or it tnn>
in. preserved in I he >ilo \?y mixing
\. it h ( oru fodder.
Pumpkins For Fall Fr.ed.
it Will pay to sow plenty ?>i pumpkin
seed I'UIUpkiUS lll'l. of Hie hest
fall and winter green feeds for almost
nil kinds of slock, evpeclully dairy ani
mals Tin?} are especially relished by
hoes und eows. and lhc\ : I ?? OKI ?client
to mix with dairy feed f"t the produc
tion of milk, the CoWs reliShlbg them
Daskcts Tor ?crrieu.
In making provision for the crop of
red t.i ?pbeiTlcs onh r pint baskets In
stead of quarts, The fnilt carries
much better hi the smaller package,
mid profits are gem rally larger. The
oblong pint basket may lie used In tb'J
ordinary tuirty-twu quart crate.
Books, Tablets, Inks,
Pencils, nil thai is
needed for school hoys
and girls, (jet a list
of l he books your grade
will use and buy them
before school opens
and save time.
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
i .aureus, S. C.
New l:all Goods
W. Q. Wilson 6: Co.
^ New i Moss (ioirtl' til louti?n ma!.i mi IIk ni<?-.l il< v)j
A si ral >le shades :it ifi.ou, i said. I ?? .v. n t hi on;.1,it i In . ? . i .?. I &
|^ grades ol domestic inannlnctntc, lull ! n :ii< shown
~, NtU .Mcircl i/rd pOplill.v 111 .Iii tll< Iii w t ii|illill?>' i! ' i". m
^ lleie is shown i double width !^?11 i 111 * ? in thiilci n ilil'l'i trill
mj? Colorings will net k<* tip sly I ish, ? mi I' i ^r, 11 c \ .to I, I Man
A nc-K*tIS in ni-.il scroll pattern: willi >.i willloii' landet *?
8^ at loc,
y? i leatherhlooni I'ndeiskit ts in dillVtinl u?
w4\\ 1 I- iSK'l \ , Ni \\ I 11111 1 v < . 11 . \ I; i li ? 11 Ii ill 111 I j' 11 til' 111.1111
factnrcs were notificd ol' a sea;?? I, < <\ w? m il, i < ,ii , ipn nt I\ J^g
^ a higher price is demand* d lot t In- ] >i? - - i \ i < i I ? ml i ?
^* the relative value ol wool .>? ?? I intton ur.poud ptouiptl
^ the price ol' doth have advanced, \ nl i.ip.tl i11? > l Iii>. w i w>
^?i placet I <?ui otdei <.nl\ :md i iikiiin lim i.l ?. if*
ffK cheapci 111 ! ii ,s e con hi ha\ ? ? i. I col im |?111 i S^j
di U i t ed.
iW. G. WILSON & COMPAQ'*
i .a it tens, S. C:
October 1st and
You are invited to inv
lion a no*
Millinery and Notions
i will take pleasure in show he>; yon
Miss Lyda Rudd
Cross Hill. S. C.
OOHTHIOHT Mi rAL SHINGLES mater At. v.
or rnio or wiml can drive under them* no itro ?on rem i. HloMithlrar op
11ii? i>?-1- ? no climatic conditions crtn affect ti.-in no raw idoeei for mat
to take hold Laid in half on limn ii" Holder, no ?? ttm? fewer nultH,
least lilting, little wi'ltfht * n*m ho?i pcrtiinneoi r.,,,f. It i-oti w mt
the* bist roof nioney ?an liny let ii? idiow yon 11,? - four Ktyloa of Curi ?
riKi'' Mi'tai Kiting)** and Rom? hooneu covered with them
for sale by
Brooks tS: Jones, Lmircns, S. C.
?nrrwTTiiiiiiiTggMMMs^^ n ? i1*iwihm?
It cost very little
to wire your house
Kleotrically lighted homes are more com fort ahle
and cosy, more healthful than those heated by old style
lump! then is no smell and ver\ little heat. W illi
electricity you can not only lighl youi homo I>ut can
run Churns, Sewing machines 1?\ using a small motoi
attachment, von can do vour ironine. bv usini! our
i k'clrical heating irons, you ran do all the cooking with
electrieity with oni electric stoves. The house can be Vf/
kept i ? ?< >1 1 >\ using, eilhei
ilill?' OI disk fa I
home fitted with electricity is indeed .i luxury as well
as a delightful necessity. See us foi othei uses to which
electricity may be put. Let us tell you the cost you
will le surprised?it's so low.
J. H. Boyd & Co
Phono No. 240,
liiiurons, S. 0,
^-sf J*\J w-<v>?.^
Iii buyino Pianos it i well lo rememlx i tli.it it * ?.? i -
;) great deal lo kei \> Pianos on hand, also to >hip and
re ship for special sales, This ucecs .ai \ eosl i - ad
ded lo lie pi ice tint tlx pllichasci pass il.
I sell Pianos direel from the fact on lo tin- pur
i ha ? i. and tin r? is no additional < xpeu > to Ik- paid.
1 l?u\ Pianos from reputable Mannl'acluicr.? and am
in .i position t<> save you much inoncs on a pureluise
i'ii 1 i in sell .it an\ price. If you waul terms, mine
.in- t!n' ui> i-1 111M i ,i I in fad I hi you make tin lei ins.
I live Ilie a chauci lo show \ <ni before \ < ?n I ill s.
Do You Wan! to Save Money?
I (.hi help \ iiii ?ave il, Von liike iio ii-1 in mak
ing ihe investigation before huviug. \?ni will do
you I sell and fnillib .hi iiijii lice it votidn not see me
hi Ioie buying,.
I have pi el t\ l.cnchcs, Stools and Chairs, and a
laigis line of hciiul il ul ,vk ai Is lo < 1< ? i I loin I can
le|| eon much iImiiiI i Pis'lilD * one- In -ft me oi
\\ I il?'.
(I old The Advcilisei the Piano foi tin ii popiilai
it \ rollte I. ;
P.e pe< (fidIy
I.. A. McCORO
The I'iano and ( h'l'an Mau. I. llllt n- !.. t\
A Call For Help f
tine i?\ oiic oln Uollei Mill- .in passing ts\;i\ foi ihe
sv :i nl of wot I., shall s on Id u . loo ctoss tin- i i yci with
tin 11 t of oui friend; and coiupel yoii (o slop on this at
tin old tline ioi k mill.
We have a solid cai of (In besl Seed Whcal we could
it! ni the followin>' varieties. I nil/ Little l<ci| May, ^
KUuh 1 e, Purple Si law , and M aided Pith aster. <
We svill -11 tin- wheat .it a ipecial low pi ice ol Si.on,
A11 w ?* a ? i i n ret hi u i lo givi u* vi?ui pi iiidiup. !.' ?. jt
i.'idel will h< saved unle? money u< companies oidci, 4T
I Smith riercantilc Co. Roller Hill
r KinarJs, s. ('.
v< >tin< i < KirriKK ati :
1 Jat h 1 killar (!ouriU> 200 Vott ?
Iliiclo .<?<! horowith i.
fi r which 1 i a t
on subscript ion payment
( With each certificate rnust be sent check, money order or ckah for
a. i'riptioii pay merit, together with ihe name und address of the subscriber
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