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Lawn Mixtures and
Blue Grass, Rye,
Barley, Oats, Wheat,
Lucerne, Red, Crim
son and Burr Clover
Seeds, Vetch, Pearl
Laurens, S. C.
Several lots on youth Harper street.
? I acres near Mountvilie, rents for
2,400 lbs. lint cotton. $25 per acre.
House and lot on E. Main street. 8 1-2
acres and 15 room concrete dwelling;
finest plnce in upper youth Carolina.
On easy terms.
01 acros at Madden station at a bar
i'.L'l acres near Darlington station.
$ie per ocre.
Two elegant residences on Sullivan
street on easy terms.
Two eight room dwellings and one
four room dwelling on North Harper
Bt r< 11, on easy terms.
One hundred acres tillable land
Within corporate limits of city, very
reasonable and easy terms.
160 acres south of l.aurens. near
good schools and church. Come at
Two elegant farms near McDanlel's
mill, well improved, 72 acres and 62
noes, fine neighborhood, schools and
A number of farms and other prop,
erty for sale, see us before you pur
chase or sell your property.
Todd Building l.aurens, S. C.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
dffice in Siffiir.ons Building
Phono: Office No. 80; Residence 219
X "THE GRANDEST ARMY."
SVe are told in the books that the
battle of Franklin was a sanguinary
fight between -">.',:,? Intrenched Feder?,
als under Schofleld ami in.nan Con fed
orates who stormed the forti Tim bat
tle Is notable tor the remarkable gal
lantry of the Confederates under Hobd,
and tbf stubborn bravery of the Fed
erals under Schofleld. The Fedoral
loss in killed, wounded and missing
Is set down as U, :i2G. wltile the Con
federate loss Is estimated as exceeding
?;.()()(). Whether these facts sustain
the belief of the needless waste of;
Southern life, the following para-j
graphs will be Interesting reading: I
It Is said that some years after the
war. when General Schofleld, who was
then in command 01' the army of the
United States, visited Germany and re
viewed with Bmperor Wilhelm the
army of the German Empire, the Bm
peror in his enthusiasm said as the
last soldier passed in review: "General
Schofleld, Is this not the grandest army
you ever saw?" "No. Bmperor," said
General Schofleld, "it Is not." "Where
did you ever see a grander army?"
was the Quick rejoinder. General Scho
fleld said: "Bmperor, at the battle of
Franklin. Tennessee, in 1801 between
the United States troops and the Con
federates. I saw men In rags and tat
tors, barfooted and hungry, charge the
works behind which my command was
Intrenched. They came on and on.
Nothing could stop their Impetuous
charge, ('.real gaps made by our guns
were closed up. l! Beomed that whole
battalions of the Confederates were
being swept away by our guns. Bui
still onward they came, until 1 moved
my men oul of the trenches to stay
the slaughter. That. Bmperor, was the
grandest army I ever saw." -Abbeville
Press and Danner.
UK. COUNTS' (JINNKHY Dl'HNKD.
Set on Fire hj Lightlllllg During Thun
The ginnery of Mr, I). II. Counts,
loci.ted two and a half miles east of
the city, wcb destroyed by lire last
Tuesday night about nine o'clock. It
is supposed that the gin house was set
on lire by lightning during the electric
storm which passed over that locality
Tuesday evening. Mr. Counts had a
splendid and complete ginning system
which he intended to have in operation
for the present season on the day fol
I lowing its destruction. The loss is a
heavy one on Mr. Counts.
ALL MY PIMPLES GONE.
Girl Tells How n Hinteln Skin Was
Cleansed bj a Simple Wash.
"1 was ashamed of my face." writes
Miss Minnie Plckard of Altamahaw.
N. C. "It was all roll of pimples and
scars, but after using I). D. I). Pre
scription I can say that now there is
no sign of that Eczema, and that was
three years ago."
D. I). U. has become so famous iis
a cure and Instant relief in Eczema
and all other serious skin diseases,
that its value is soined'ines overlooked
In clearing up rnsh. pimples, black
heads, ami all other minor forms of
The fact is. that while 1). D. 1). Is
so peneratlng that it strikes to the
very root of Bczema or any other
serious trouble, the soothing Oil of1
I Wintergreen, Thymol and other In
gredients are so carefully compounded
; there Is no wash for the skin made
I that can compare with this great
j household remedy for every kind of
? skin trouble.
D ,D. D. Is pleasant to use. perfect
ly harmless to the most delicate skin,
and absolutely reliable. A LT. cent
bottle will ;;lv:> you positive proof of
the wonderful effectiveness of this
great remedy. Sold by La?rons Drug
? The Cut Price Store ?
'. > m
? ALWAYS I
,,j Keep an eye on this store and be sure to sec ?
$ what we are offering that you can'L duplicate g
^ - g
? $6.00 Ladies' Cloaks. $2.99 <$
? 5.00 " " 2.49 ?
$ 6.00 and 7.50 Ladies'Cloaks. 3.49 ?
? 10.00 and 12.00 " " 5.49 0
? A few short Cloaks in small sizes, worth %
% 6.00 to 184.108.40.206 to 4.99 %
? Come see us all the time. Sometimes we may ?
^ not have what you want but when you do find ?
? what you want you are handsomely paid for your ?
? coming. ?
I The Cut Price Store:
m Main Street, Near New Post Office Lot a
THE SCHOOL LYCEUM.
An Interesting Series of Kntertain?
incuts for the Coming Season.
The lyceum course to he- Riven this
year under the auspices of the Lau*
rena Graded School will consist of
the following numbers:
Dr. Bryon W. King. The Townsend
Concert Company, The Lyric (!lee
Club, Dr. W. T. Sherman Culp, Eu
reka flloo Club, Henry Clark, and Tlio
Imperials. Tho dates' for these have
not been selected yet. These are ?11
popular numbers dn.; the prospects
are fins for rt successful season.
This course Is given under the nus
pices of the school end Is managed by
Stipt. .tones. The proceeds, after
paying the necessary expenses will
ko towards purchasing schoolroom
decorations and hooks for the library.
IlKV. V. T. STOl DKNMIKK RESIGNS. I
Has Been the l'astor of the Second
Baptist Church for Two Year.s
On Sunday morning, September 18
Rev. A. T. Stoudemnlre tendered his
resignation ts pastor of the Second
Baptist church of this p:ace. of Wittel)
he has been a wise and faithful pas
tor. The church will feel a gretd
loss in giving up such a man 'is lie
is. He has been with this church for
nearly two years and during that time
they have accomplished a great and
lasting good. It was will) much log ret
that the church nave Mm up. and the
best wishes of all the congregation
and of his many friends in LaurCP.fi
go with him in his new Held.
The .lacket of Gray.
Fold it up carefully, lay it aside
Tenderly touch it. look on it with
Cor dear must it be to our hearts ever
The Jnclcel of Gray our loved soldier
Ah. vain, all vain, were our prayers
and our tears;
The glad short of victory sang in
But our treasured one on the red bat
tle held lay,
While the life blood cozed out of
the .I ticket of Cray.
His young comrades found him and
The cold lifeless form to his homo
by the shore.
Oh; dark were our hearts on that ter
When we saw our dead boy In the
Jacket of Cray.
We laid him to rest in his cold nar
And graved on the marble we placed
o'er his head
As the proudest of tributes our proud
hearts could say,
"Ho never disgraced the Jacket of
Then fold It up carefully, lay it aside,
Tenderly touch it, look on it with
Cor dear must It be to our hearts ever
The Jacket of (tray OUT 8Q\dJer boy
Breathe Hyomel for Two Minutes, and
Muffcd-Cp Bead will Vanish.
If you want to get relief from ca
tarrh, cold in the head or from an in
ritatlng cough in the shortest time,
breathe HYOMB1 (pronounce it High
It will clean out your hear in two
minutes and allow you to breathe free
ly, awake or asleep.
rllyomel will cure a cold In Olle day.
it will relieve yon of disgusting snuf
fles, hnwklhg, spitting and offensive
breath In a week.
Hyorrtcl is made chiefly from euca
lyptus, a soothing, healing, germ-kill
in? antiseptic, that comes from the eu
calyptus forests of inland Australia,
where catarrh, asthma and consump.
(Ion never known to exist.
Ilyomcl is pleasant and easy to
breathe. Just pour a few drops Into
the hard rubber pocket inhaler,
breathe it. and cure is almost Certain.
A complete Hyomol outfit, Including
Inhalt i' and one bottle of llyomei costs
only $1.00 at druggists everywhere
and at I.aureus Drug Co. If you al
ready own an inhaler, remember that
you can get an extra bottle of Hyomol
for only BO cents.
< Italian for Letters of Administration,
Stale of South t nrnlimi.
Count) of I,aureus.
By 0. C?. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas. Alice II. Mct'llntock made
suit to me to gran! her Letters of Ad
ministration with the will annexed of
the Estate and effects of Thomas A.
There are. therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Thomas A.
Met arley deaceased, that they be, and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Lauren8 C. H.. S. ('.
on the 19th day of October. tftIO next,
after publication hereof, at ! J o'clock
in tho forenoon, to show cnusc. If any
they have, why the said Administra
tion should not be granted.
Given tinder my hand this I'.rd day
of October, Anno Domini 1910.
O. O. Thompson.
10-2t , Probate Judge.
Grand Jurors, Notice.
The grand purors of Laurens for
ISMO are requested to attend special
term of court commencing October 10.
John F. Bolt.
C. C. L. C.
N?w is the time to Build or Repair
your houses. We have a complete
line of building material and we will
make it to your interest to call and
get our prices and see our lumber be
. fore placing your bill.
Gray & Easterby
LAURENS, S. C.
KILLED BY LIGHTNING.
Negro <? ii* 1 and a Mule Struck b\ the
While driving n wagon front the field
in crdec t> escape an approaching
thunder storm Tuesday afternoon,
last. ;i colored girl, daughter of Esec
Ramage, living two milps east of the
City, was killed by lightning as was
the mule which she was driving. One
()?? two ethers were on the wagon at
tap time hut escaped injury.
It is said that some years ago Eseo's
Wife and a mule met a like fate within
a short distance of Tuesday's tragedy.
See the Havilaud Dinner Sets we
have, at $27.SO.
& M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Notice of Election.
State of South Carolina,
County of Lnurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by more
than one-third of the qualified elec
tors and free-holders residing in Sul
1 Ivans School District No. 2. Laurens
county. South Carolina, asking for an
election upon the question of voting a
mill tax up.ou, property in said school
district to be used for school purposes
have been filed with the county board
of education, an election is hereby or
dered upon said question, said election
to ^ beld on the lath day of October.
1910, at Mt. De!1'01 School house, under
the management of the ti^sUes or said
school district. '
Only such electors as return rMj
or personal property for taxation and
who exhibit thei nax recelptsjmd reg
istration cert ideate as required in
general elections shall be allowed to
Those favoring the " mill tax shall
vote a ballot containing the word
??yes" written or printed thereon.
Those against the " mill tax shall vote
a ballot containing the word "no" writ
ten or printed thereon, rolls shall
open at the hour of S o'clock in the
forenoon and shall remain pen until
tlie hour of lo'cock In the afternoon
when they shall close and the ballots
The trustees shall report the results
of the election to the county superin?
i t>-D nt of i duration and to the county
auditor vyltbln ten days thereafter.
Ceo. I. PlttS,
IO-2( County Supt. of Education
Notice at Licet ion.
Strtt0 of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by more
than one-third of the quail'led electors
ml free-hotdeis, residing in Waterloo
ihool district No. 7. Laurens county.
South Carolina, asking for an election
"a the quest ion of reducing the special
school levy from four mills to two
mills, hove been filed with the county
hoard of eui cation, an election is here
by ordered upon said Oliestlon said
election to be held on the 15th day
'>r October. lft?0, at ML Olive school
house, under the management of the
trustees of said school district.
Only such electors as return person
al nronerty or real estate for taxation
?Mid who exhibit their tax recelnts and
( gistratlon certificate as required in
the general election shall be allowed
to vote. Those favoring the reduction
of the tax shall vote a ballot with the
word "Yis" written oi printed there
on. Those opposing the reduction of
tax slnll vcte a ballot Containing the
word "No" written or printed thereon.
PoIIh ahall open at the hour of 8
o'clock In the morning and remain
onen until the hour of 1 o'clock In the
afternoon when they shall be closed
and the ballots counted.
Tho trustees shall report the results
of the election to the county superin
tendent of education and the county
auditor wltbl nten days thereafter.
Oeo. L. Pitts,
10-2t Counlp supt. of Education.
' Make Your Plans to Attend THE STATE FAIR
It Is the One and Only Great State Fair
The Fair will bo open at night this year.
More anil bettor attractions. An exceptional midway.
Finer and more general exhibits In the stock and cuttle departments.
A trip to th<- Fair is a campaign of education.
It is money well Invested.
All the railroads offer cheap excursion rate*. / ***<*t:i/"v')^
High Class Attti actions at The Columbia Theatre. ??
Remember the Dates:
October 31, November 1,2,3 and 4, in Columbia,
the State's Capital.
If von want information about prizes or anything else, writo
I John Q. Mobley, President, Winnsboro, or D. F. Efird, Secre
Your relatives and friends will be at the State Fair?they
We want to do your
and all other work in the Tin
and Sheet Iron Line
We frill sell you a better grade of
= VALLEY T1N =
than you have been t&ing at the same price.
We make anything to order out of Sheet Metal
Be sure and see our Metal Shingles before roof
ing your residence.
Yours for better work and material.
Gray Block, Sullivan St. - Laurens, S. C.
Laid ao years ago are as good as new to-day and have never needed
repairs. Think of it I
What other rooflng will last as long and look afl well?
They're fireproof, stormproof, and very easily laid.
They can be laid right over wood shingles, If necessary, without cre
ating dirt or inconvenience.
For prices and other detailed Information apply to
Local Dealer or
Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia, Pa