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Cj lltltill KIyKIIIiCIIi Sinuc.
i\|rs. Stone was born in I.aureus
< nitty, September 2iJ. I SCO, and ('led
<? loiter i'."1'.'. she was ihe ilaugh
t< i' of the late Jonothan llabbi in ear
ly life she joincl the IIa bun Creek
I d'Hst church, and was a consistent
member until her death. she was a
victim of thai dread disease, typhoid
fi ver, being the fourth one to take it
in her home. Laurens, Mamie and lit
I'larle. (.aureus and Mamie are con
v ,ie Ihr; little Carl" we burled the
liral Sunday in September.
Two sons and two daughters pre
ceded her to the grave. She leaves
a sorrowing husband and live children
i i mourn their loss. They are l.au
rens, Mamie. Wlttie Vaughan, Amy
Heliums, and Carrie. She was laid
to rest in the Rubuu Creek cemetery,
'i ucsduy at I p. m.. 15. c. Watson, her
a .tor. conducting the funeral service.
'I n.- pall hearers were: Messrs. W.
A llnldwln, Martin Itahh. I.aureus Ma
I on, Lee Mahon, Willie Ahercroinbie,
: paey Nelson.
We comm.Mid the sorrowing loved
ncs to the Cod of nil comfort.
K. C. Wats.in.
Miss Via linriieil.
devolutions passed by the Phllathea
Ijihh, of Wllllston, in luoninr.v of Miss
N'au liarnett, who died in Lauren-.
.'??>!< lit her ?'. isoa.
Whereas, iihother spirit has gone
I urn (he Iwlllghl of life to hat he Iii the
dews of eternal morning, and the
ovt.'d ones listen lit vain for a voice
h.'i I is still fit revet*, hm ilia) sings
v\ ;lie hea\only midiidtes:
. ir i
: S ?' ? .
i hi'.m lio.v in humble subinlssiklh to
ibid, who in His pi'oVldehce has seen
i t to n move our si.-ier from among
? ??. nail dial we. hi r loving cmupau
ioha, appreciating her worth, would
place upon (he clods that cover her
gimtle heart. th?> sweet.-si dowers of
Me it resolved, thai to the family
that lias loved and lost her. we extend
our deepest sympathy, trusting that the
(Hciiic-r of nil sorrows will touch ihoiv
Ilosolvcd, thai as a further mark of
biir respect, a page of bur minutes be
j sei Upuri and suitably Inscribed to her
I lueiuory, and a copy of these resoltt.
iions be Beul lb her family.
I Mrs. W. M. .Ion. s.
Mrs. II. K. And.-rson.
lie ware of .Ointments fur Catarrh thai
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the wind.- system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phys
icians, as the damage they will do is
ten fold to tlu> good yon can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by V J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo. ().. contains no mercury
and is taken internally, acting direct
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. In buying Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure be sure you net the genu
ine, It is taken Internally and made
in Toledo. Ohio, by P. .1. Cheney & Co.
Testimonials free. Sold by druggists.
Price T'c per bottle. Take Hall's
Family I'ills for constipation.
,I01I\ tl.HKKT TAYI.Oll.
Death Claims Ihr infant Son in' Mr.
ami .Mrs. \. J. Taylor.
John Albert, tli" eleven-months' old
infant son and only child of Mr. anil
1 Mrs. a. Jeff. Taylor of this city, sleeps
in a newly made, tiny tomb, by the
side of kindred whose ashes repose Iii
old fiadgctl Crcelt churchyard, Chibn
county. Here little .lohn Albert avis
laid to rest I'Vlday afternoon; October
?'.Mli. after a simple (hough Impressive
service conducted by pastor oi the
I church;; the ttnv. II. K. F.'/oll.
'I loath of I
? ? ii ... Ta ?
Taylor, the father, Weiil over at oijco
and remained to the end. The he.
reived parents, who hut recently ho
canib residents of Laurens, have the
j sympathy of humorous friohds ami
acquaintances in their ho im hivomehl.
1 Mr. ami Mrs. Chas. \V. Taylor and
Mr. .1. Arthur Taylor of (ho city, and
Missis Lud to and I.enorn Taylor of
' Princeton attended the funeral.
WARREN TOPPAN, Lynn, Mass.
J?&^^^^s^ Cured of severe compound
wj *?.-,V .*7> y ??From Dec. 20, '08, to March 1, '09,
j1 / y I had three bad colds, one on top of the
?8' ^9f)iz9btl ^ / other. I got so weak I could hardly
Mi Wk get around. Nothing seemed to help
^KT^^^?^*^ i^-> me ,,nt" 1 began to take Vlnol. The
ABest change was magic. Three bot ties com
^aB|fc^_?? <^??I^ pletely fixed that compouiul cold and
rflHwOTB^ ^X/^mS^ stopped the terrible cough ami what
X ^sfz^'Wgi surprises me most, at the same time
VyH^ViV \/^^ it cured me of a severe stomach trouble
that has bothered me for 20 years,
j Vlnol Is certainly a wonderful medicine."
Mr.Toppan isoncof I ynn's most prominent and highly respected I
I merchants, whose word is ?od as his bond.
) The reason Vinol is so successful in such cases is because it 
contains the two most WOfld-famcd tonics?the fftedu in.il. strength- j
! ening, buily-lniildini; elements of Cod Liver < lil and Tonic Iron.
Your Money ISacIt II You Are Not Satisfied*
THE LAURENS DRUG CO., Lnurcns.
WEATHER ON THE FARM.
Proper Exposure of Thermometers.
Plr..is For Rainfall Gauges.
N6 llltlttor how good a thermometer
may be, i: will not Indicate the lnie
temperature <?!' the air unless it Is
properly expospd. TIip variations in
temperature reported by neighbors in
discussing, how eoki <>r how warm it
was at a given iluio arc more fro
ipmnlly due to ia<-u of uniformity In
Hie exposure <>f llio Instruments llist 11
tu errors in the Instruments them
selves <<r t.) actual (lilTof*ci ees in tt'in
pcrature at the various locutions.
In a proper exposure Hie thermome
ter should he protected from 'he di
rect rays of the sun as well as from
?y if ]t
INSTltUM i NT
s iii 1.1 UH AN!> It a IN o.\ UOK.
? 1 heat <>t' pavements,
walls, etc. and at the same time
should receive a free circulation of
air all around it. If tin- silll shines
?in tin* thermometer the glass portions
and the mercury lire heated above the
temperature of tin1 surrounding air.
In llie* same way lilt1 lie.it from (ho
side of a building <>r from the surface
of the ground may make (he ther
mometer warmer than the free air.
The best place lo expose a thermom
eter is in the center Of a slat sided
box, t\\<> or three feet on a side, with
a door opening to the north and hav
ing a double roof, with an air space be
In case such a shelter cannot be se
cured or coustructed tin* next best ex
posure is on the north wall of a build
ing where the Instrument will be pin
tected as much as possible from the
sun's rays and from tin- heat of sur
Another Instrument used in record
log meteorological conditions is the
rain gauge. Any cylindrical vessel ex
posed in an open space, where sur
rounding trees or buildings are far
enough away not to stop the rain, will
Indicate the amount of rainfall. An
ordinary tin can with straight sides
will servo the purpose. The rainfall
is measured regularly morning and
evening by Inserting a rule and ob
serving how high tin? rule is welled.
The ordinary rule marked ofl in
eighths ami sixteenths of an inch may
be med. but in ? rdor to compare the
results with the records of the weath
er bureau il is well I" use a rule mark
ed off III tenths of an Inch.
Siii ,i a simple rain gauge has this
objection that (he rainfall in any 0110
day is frequently
<o small ihikl ii
cannot be metis
iired ivilh much
accuracy. To ob
via to t his d?liciil
ty Ilm receiving
vessel must be
made wit h a fun
nel shnja-d tube,
w it!i au opi nine
w Ii ich u " ii |,|
measure otic inch
in lhe upper vtw
in e a s n r (> 11> u
i ii c h CM in this
The readings can
therefore be more
from the mcasiir
rain IIA i <.
mi:asi iii Mi
The readings taken
Ing tube must of course be divided by
(en In order to get the actual rainfall.
A diagram showing the form of such
n gauge with measuring tube attached
is shown in the second cut. In the
standard rain gauge the upper cylin
der tins an Inside diameter of eight
Inches, while the diameter of the
measuring tube Is 2.f)3 Inches. The
weather bureau rain gauge Is shown
In position In the tlrst cut to the right
of the thermometer shelter. Keeping
a rainfall record is one of the most
interesting tasks that a farmer or
gardener can undertake. The preserva
tion of the records will enable him to
Compare the rainfall ami crop condi
tions for any one si a with those
/or other seasons.
The business of one weil known firm
of opticians In K.uglaml consists large
\y in the manufacture of horse specta
cles. The Object of the spectacles Is to
promote high Stepping, They arc made
of stiff leather, entirely Inclosing the
eyes of the horse, and the glasses used
nre deep, concave and large in size.
The ground seems to flip horse to be
raised, and he steps high, thinking he
Is going uphill or has to step over
seme obstacle. This system of specta
cles is generally adopted while tin
horse Is young, aid ii-; pffoct rill his
action I-- said to be remarkable, It has
been discovered that the cause of a
horse's shying Is. as a r ile short sluhf,
Red May and
Seed Wheat I
I Rice rie:il and;
j Wheat Bran for j
\ fattening tiogs
ver 5 k in and)
J Yellow Danver j
! Onion Sets I
Lauren:;, S. C.
of 30c per bbl.
We have only one
more car of cheap
flour. We will make
this week only.
Majpstic .Host Patent I'lottr $6.20
White Swan Host Pat. Flour 6.00
l?loreua Half Patent Flour 5.50
Corn 97 1 jC
\\'e are expecting 100.0 bu^hc-ls
of Texas Rust Proof ( >ats, while
thev last Wj Will sell at '?.sc per
Don't forget to see us about
sale Grocery Co.
From Dr. Inman
from this In gk< l. We must
realise lh.it ii there i-;i cause foi
eye str:iin there must be a remedy
most naturally would be rest for
the eves; thisre-t can be obtained
bv wearing resting glasses, my
advise to you i-> come and get
my advise let me explain to you
scientifically why testing glasses
should be woi u.
I believe that parents use very
poor judgment in not carving for
tluir children's eyes when the
remedy is so simple and the cost
is so slight.
Dr. F. J. INMAN
Enterprise Bank Building
I.aureus. South Carolina
I.adit- I I
A>v font i?rnrri-.i for CHI.Clirs.TnR
DIAMOND i KAN1) IMI.I.s in Hi
Co 1 ii iiuir. 1 1 \, , Rc:ilc<l Willi i. ?? w/"
Kii.i on Takii I'Tiinn, flu? of >nur>vx
DrurftlH nn I o>U for ? <i !?< II I.?*. I I U S V
im V MOM Ii II l( V S I? I*I I.I.k, f?>r tv ly.fi?
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
j i . j..i
ff Headache %
is not an ailment, ii is .1 symplon, an indication of sonic (J)
ni* constitutional derangement elsewhere and it should be /I?
Hh treated not with .1 headache cute hut with
Dike's Little Liver Pills
Constipation, lHliotjshess, * 1 * * n 1?; < I Liver all cause sicV
headache lint ail ave uuicklS iylieA'cd with
Dike's Little I .iver Dills
?H- lot a do.\ now an 1 m u vout Ue.ulaenes <: > not uis
"t*. . . 1 .
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Agent for Iluyler's
* Dodson-Edwards Drug Co,
Laurens, South Carolina
Did It Ever
Occur to You?
You must bei mistaken.';
k'Indeed, 1 at'ii not mistaken.''
"1 Live yi a receipt .J*'
"ii seems to ine 1 have, bill 1 don't remember
wlm! I did w ith it.
"We have no record Of payment, and uiili ss you
cm produce otii acknowledgement in the way <?!
a receipt, we must insist that you pity the account."
l'.ut it might have been a different story had tin
hill been paid with .1 bank check. N" chance for
argument or dispute wlieti the cancelled check is
produced. Ilettei pay your billis but once?with
a check < n this bank.
The Bank for Your Savings.
Two of the jjreatest ever offered
Studebaker L. M. F. .?() h. p. <?f>E:r|
Touring Car - - CplXilU.
Studebaker Flanders 20 h. p. Runabout
Convertible to a four passen - (Jnr A
ger Touring Car - - *P * Zj\3?
Write or ;^k for literature,
Swygert & Teaguel
South Harper Street, Laurens, S. ('. c
Ftcctro No. 0
? ? t5U 1
WeVe Advertised ***:"?! o Button
if we took this whole; page for a month, we couldn't over
take the greater advertising that women themselves have
The irritation of buttons pressing, and of torn frayed
facing scratching the skin, is not a blessing?neither Is a
vest that wrinkles and bulges art inducement to comfort
and a neat fitting gown.
That's one reason why "Nobutton" is such a tre
But the white, soft daintiness of <4NobuttonM?it's
pretty bow and exquisite edgings, its elasticity and "lofti
ness" of fabric, the ideal fit, and a dozen other features
are equally strong.
See 4\N(/button"! Examine it! Ask questions t
it! Judge for yourself!
Prices 25 and 50ct5.
Laurens, S. C.