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'O MEETINGS FOR
Ellison College Institutes to be lieh!
at Wndsworih Ang.il, and
(Jrnj Court Augt 5?0.
Fanners' institutes will be held un
'der the auspices of Clenison college
?at Wadsworth Oil the 3rd of August
Rnd at Gray Court on the 5th and 6th
F of August. There will be an able
' corps of speakers present and much
valuable Information to the farmer:
Will be presented. It is hoped that aj
good crowd will be in attendance. One
feature that it is especially desired i<>
stress is the importance of asking
questions freely, it* farmers will do
this freely, much greater benefit will
be derived by ih?M- who attend these
meetings. it is hoped that many
farmers and others will avail them
selves of this opportunity to gain val
Hairy Association Meeting.
There will be a meeting of the
.aureus County Hairy and Live Stock
BBOCiation at Cray Court-Owings
ITschool house on August 5tll and Cth.
I The public is cordially invited. Illing
j* for exhibition all kinds of live stock
? and dairy products also dairy supplies.
There will be a committee to award
ribbons as premiums.
W. P. Harris,
0. V. Dorroh,
\V. n. Cheek,
I lie Cow,
The dairy cow. if able to express
herself in a way which the human
family would comprehend, might well
ay calm to being man's best friend.
She might estabish such a calm by
Calling attention to the tact that from
her product and from her carcass man
manufactures more of the necessities
of life than from any other similar
source, she furnishes these necessi
ties to him from infancy until such
a time as temporal things are no long
er associated with his existanee, and
she does it ungrudgingly and constant
In addition to cntributing to man's
necessity and his pleasure, the pros
perity of an agricultural community
is more closely identified with her
than with any other of the domestic
animals. The horse is quite essential
in tilling the soil, but where necessity
requires it the sturdy son of a cow can
take his place, as lie has tine In every
agricultural Bcctlon on earth. The
liurse can only furnish labor and can
only return a profit to his owner when
conditions are right for returning sat
isfactory main crops. It is a well
known fact that the dairy coin Is the
salvation of the farmer in times of
poor crops as she is able to convert
the rough crops which are never a
total failure. Into dairy products which
have a cash value.
In addition to this she furnishes
skim milk and butter milk for the
calves, pigs and poultry and fertility
for the soil, without which a farm be
comes less valuable each year and the
winde country less prosperous.
The elimination of the dairy cow
would necessitate an almost revolu
tionary readjustment of man's tastes
and requirements, it would mean un
told suffering and hardship. Of course
she will not be dispensed with but
her value can perhaps best bo appre
ciated by contemplating such a loss.
She will continue to be man's best
friend as long its the human family
exists ami will ke< P <.:; supplying him
with his greatest needs just as she
has done through all the ages.
The National Dairy Union,
K. K. Slater. Secy.
St. Paul. .Minn.
Columbia, July 2C?There are busy
scenes this week at the state Hospital
for the Insane where the erection ol
three new buildings lias been started
and the work on the completion ot
the "Taylor building" Is under way.
Dr. .1. \Y. I'.abcoek says that the work
will be rushed as fast as possible in
order to provide for the immediate
needs of the asylum. There are near
ly 1,000 patients at the asylum.
Was of the unconquerable, never-say
die kind, the kind that you need most
when you have a bad cold, cough or
lung dlsoMse. Suppose troches, cough
syrup;, cod liver oil or doctors have
all failed, don't lose heart or hope.
Take Dr. King's Now Discovery, Sat
isfaction is guarn reed when used for
any throat or lung trouble, it has sav
ed thousands of hopeless sufferers
It masters stubborn colds, obstinate
cough3, hemorrhages, la grippe, croup,
asthma, hay fever and whooping cough
and is the most safe and certain rer 0
dy for all bronchial affections. f?rtc.
$1.00. Trial bottle free at Laui'cns
Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
We are offering specials in rugs and
B. M. & E. H. "Wilkes & Co.
I .POWDER 1
m makes delicious lee f'\
? cream for lc. a dish. .1
a Nothing to do but <jl
f ? put It Into milk and X . M
I freeze It. At nrocers,
We have several tons of
Fine Cotton Seed Meal
ground out of good sound
Cotton Secd---This meal is a
bright yellow, sweet and
sound. Why should you use
an inferior meal at a higher
price when you can get a
better meal for less money.
Only $1.55 per Sack.
Yours for business
J. H. Sullivan
LAURENS, S. C.
We have a great many Special Values that we are offering. Don't let the
opportunity get by without supplying your wants.
Table Linen, Towels, Sheets, Pillow Cases, White Goods, and Remnants
of all kinds going at prices that are sure to please you.
All Slippers and Oxfords must go, values
unsurpassed by any
99c to $3.49
Men's Summer Suits, Mohair Suits, Alpacca and Secilian Coats all at sac
rifice prices. Get in before all are sold.
Davis= Roper Co.
The Big Store,
Laurens, S. C.
tsIG LAND SALE!
I Offer You the Following:
acres situated in Greenwood
comity with 6 room dwelling, I tenant
houses, good outbuildings, s. A. L,
running through this property and
lias side track and Hag station Known
as Lotn; 7 miles from Gr con wood, '.'<
from Corannca, "> from Ninety Six.
1 twelve room dwelling with water
works fronting North Harper street,
known as Owings' boarding house.
Price and terms made right.
50 ft., price
2 lots Watts cotton
street fronting. 150 !>>'
2 acres land. 0 room dwelling, N.
Harper street, bounded by lands of
Allen Ur?mien. Owings & ?obo and
.Mock street. See nie for prices.
!'I acres land, one building, bound
ed by lands of Mrs. Boyd. S. (). Lenke
and others. Prices and terms made
175 acres known as old Goodgion
place, has S room dwelling. ;! tenant
houses, line corn mill in good running
order with 75 horse water power.
Price $4,500. Terms made easy.
IT acres land, bounded by lands of
Friendship church, Joe Wosson, .". \.
Coats and others. Price $30 00 per
40 buildim; Ii is at Watts milh" nlHO
0 business lots. Price to suit your
?9 acres, town of Laufend, dwelling
and out buildings, nicely located over
looking town of Klioreo. Price $2,
50 acres land bounded by lands of
Walter Nash, and ltuflls Gray, dwell
ing ami out-buildings. Price $20.00
01 ac es land bounded by lands of
Hobert Nash and others. Prico $20.00
65',6 acres land, bounded by lands of
Albert Burns and others; 5-room
dwelling, tenant house, barn and out
buildings. Price $40.00 per acre.
500 acres, 5 miles from city of I.au
rens, bounded by lands of A. Huff,
.lohn Browu & Bailey land, s horse
farm in cultivation, well supplied with
tenant houses. Price right and terms
22S acres land, bounded by lands of
Daniel South, Davis land, Miss West
and others, known as the Cull on Lark
homestead, 7-room dwelling and 3 ten
ant houses. Price made right. Terms
127 acres land, bounded by lands of
S. H. and M. E. Johnson, one mile of
Friendship church, Sullivan township;
Two dwellings, good barn and out
buildings. Price $;;0.00 per acre.
307 acres of land in Scufllelown
township near Dyrds Cross Uoads,
bounded by lands of M. if. Poolo, Will
J. Adalr, Will Myers and others, known
as the Yarhorough place, :i dwellings,
Til acres of land bounded by lands
of Jim Ad Moore. Will lludgetlS and
others, cottage house. 40 acres under
cultivation. Price $1,700.00,
acres of land in the town of Whit
mire, s. C, nice sit.tuted, Kultable
for dwelling lots. Price. $1.000.
J. N. LEAK
The "Land Alan"
50 acres land near OreenPond
church, bounded by tl:o Veargin es
tate and others, nice 0-rooni cottage
and out buildings. Price $35.00 nor
52 acres near Dials church, bound
ed by lands of l.udy a in rcromble, L.
I>. Curry mid others. Price $35.00
acres of laud near Tumbling
Shoals; bounded by lands of VY. 1).
and J. G. Sullivan; 8-room dwelling;
good out-buildings. Price $22.50 pet*
21 a acres of land, tl-room cottage
nicely located in the town of Cray
Court, with one of the llnesl wells of
water in town. Price $2,300,
s room dwelling, on c< nti nntal St.,
Clinton, s. c. with SI hundrcdths of
an acre of laud, known as the Grlfllll
150 acres land, one-half mile of Dial
church, with a handsome dwelling, ;;
tenant houses and good out? buildings.
Come t|ulcl< if you want :iiis place.
Prlco $50 per acre.
107 acres of land bound* d by lamh;
M. II. Holder. W. D. Abercrombio, ami
others; 8 room dwelling. ,\ tenant
house, good barn and out-buildings.
Price per acre. Terms! $1.000
cash, remainder in live CijUIll Instal
121 a< res land, bounded by lands of
.1. N. Leak, Capt. Martin and others;
1; room cottage, one tenant house.
Price $30.00 per acre.
*??? acres land, well located In town
of Lanford, 6-room dwelling, l tenant
house, out-bulldings, !';i u $3,500.00,
$1,000 down cash, balance on easy pay
Tl'i acres of land near (Iroen Pond
church, 8-room cottage, with line barn
ami out-bulldings, 4. room tenant
house, bounded by lands of Jno. Tay
lor. Mrs. Abercromhle, and Jno. Curry.
Price $00.00 per acre.
Ififl'fj acres of land hounded by
lands of Bryson phuc. Boo Bailoy,
Damp Holland and thers; 5-room
dwelling. 2 tenant houses; good barn
and out-bulldillgs; known as the old
Ferguson place, owned at present by
Win B. Motte. Price $_'T.r.o por acre,
Several nice building lots in the
towns of Cray Court and Fountain Inn.
Pric e made right.
One 8-room dwelling in city of I.aii
reUS, No. 330 Hampton street. Price
Five room cottage on Gnrlington
street, city of Laurens. Price only
11T acres of land near Cray Court,
hounded by lands of Ii. T. Shell, \\.
10. Gray; seven loom cottage, lino
barn and out-hulldlugti and line pas
tille. Price $00 per ?: e.
71 ac res on Reedy Illver, bounded
by lands of James Downey, Will Cald
well and others. With tenant house.
Price $20 per acre. T? rms made easy.
150 acres land bounded by lands of
Ludy Mills. L. K. Burns i ml V. A.
Mills. Price $30 per acre.
200 acres, I mile;; of I .au n us. known
as the Jerry farm, well supplied with
tenant houses. In line state of culti
vation, te rms e asy. Pi ice T.000.00
.''.13 acres land, I'd miles below .1.
D. M. Shaw's plac e, good dwelling and
bain; 5 tenant homes, U?',r. acres in
cultivation, good school near by; 2V&
miles to Waterloo, same dlstanco to
('old Point. Price $35.1 0 acre. Good
If you do not see listed abovewhat you need, see me and I will try and Iget
it for you. Let your wants he known. If you have land to sell, place it in my
hands. People come to me for land.
Gray Court, S. C.
or sir.iill hcadatonca receive I ho
tamo careful attention from
our expert workmen. We buy
carefully ?t lite quarries, und
watch every detail of dcaiirning
ftninhinK and wttini* of memo
rials. Don't liuy from travel
ing aRcntaor cataluira. \\ c- can
show you the material, wheth
er it be Kranit?' < marble, and
are glad to ad vim. ?villi you a
lioi.t ImiirovinR your cemetery
lots. Let ua ahow you the dif
ferent granites and marblci
and tell you hImiui them,
P. F. BAXTER ? SON,
Newberrj , S. C.
HOW TO CIUK RIIEIMIATISM.
It Is mi Internal Disease nml Requires
mi Internal Itemed)'.
The cause of Rheumatism ;in0 kin
dred diseases is an excess of uric
acid in the blood. To euro iliis terrible
disease this acid must be expelled and
the system so regulated that no more
acid will be formed In excessive
quantities. Rheumatism is an Internal
disease :tn?l required nn internal reme
dy, KtihhiiiK with oils and Liniments
will not cure, affords only temporary
rolief sit best, finises you to delay this
proper treatment, allows the malady
to Ket a firmer hold on yon. Liniments
may ease the pain, but they will no
more cure Rheumatism than paint
will change the fibre of rotten wood.
Science has at last discovered a per
fect and complete cure, which is call-|
ed "RhetimaClde." Tested In hundreds
oi" cases, it has effected tin- most mar
ve'oos cures: we believe it will cure
you. Rheumacldo "nets at the joints
from the Inside," sweeps the poisons
OUt of the system, tom-s up the stom
*ich, regulates the liver and kidneys
And makes you well all over. Kheu
macldo "strikes the rool of the dis
ease and removes its COliso/' This
Splendid remedy is soi l by druggists
and dealers generally at 50ft, ami ?l
a bottle. In tablet form at 2u and fjOC
a package. Oet a bottle today. Rook*
lot free if you write to Robbltt Chem
ical Co., Baltimore, Md. Trial bottle
tablets 2f?o by mall. For s:tio by LAU?
RENS DRUG CO.
The success of a man in business
depends on his attention to little
A thousand get rich by saving,
where one ?,ets rich by speculating.
That person is wise who in youth
makes provision for old age.
A dollar saved today may be tin
foundation of your fortune.
Begin saving today, tomorrow
you may forget it.
Saving like spending is a habit.
I he Place to Put Your Savings is
Laurens, S. C.
X. B, Dial, President C. II. Kopcr, Carhier
Brush Runabouts - $480.00
E. M. F.--30 Touring Cars - $1,250.00
Flanders?20 Runabouts $750.00
F. (). B. Factory
Swygert & Teague
South Harper Street - Phone 316