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Dr. A. A. Odom, The
President and Manager of the QLOBE OPTICAL CO., a graduate of the largest optica! college in the world, will be in Laurens,
S. C, Gray's Hotel, October 6th, Thursday, from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m., for .the purpose of doing refractive eye work. In his factory
he makes spectacles and eye glasses to correct all errors of sight, after thoroughly examining your eyes by his new methods and
improved instruments. Special attention given to School Childrens Eyes, musclar imbalance, double vision, eye strain, head
aches, pain in the eyes, near sight, far sight, astigmatism, cross eyes straightened without the use of the knife, artificial eyes
matched and inserted.
/VIOT^T^O "YOU satisfied or your money back," has built up for us the largest busi
a" V-J 1 * yj ness in the state==-Cash or credit.
Be sure to see Kim on above date, consultation witKout
NEWS GATHERED AT MADDEN.
lt<'ttl Estate Changes Hands und Im?
Madden, Oct. i. -Messrs T. s. Lang
stoti, .1. R, Flnley and .1. A. Moore del
egates to tiic Laurent) association have
gone to RnbUll where the association
Mr. .1. I). Culbert8on and family
were called to Clinton Sunday on the
sad mission of the burying of Mr.
Will CulbertSOU, who died Saturday
Of typhoid fever.
Several children of the community
are shit with colds. Among those
who are on the sick list are Tom It.
Harold, and Carroll Culbertsou.
Mr. Wait Cunningham is on a visit
to bis nephe \-. Cnlno Boyd, of Milton,
who has been in a low state Of health
for quite a while.
I Mr, J, A. Wofford has resigned his
position with tie: C, & \Y. C. R. R. and
is with the home folks again.
Miss Junhita Martin was up from
Greenwood Saturday for a short visit.
Mrs. Ethel Dryson is nursing Mr.
Hendrix, who was so seriously injured
.a few weeks ago in a runaway scrape.
Several of our people, young and
old attended the unveiling of the Con
federate monument in 1.aureus last
Several changes in real estate here
In the last week or so.
Judge O. G. Thompson has bought
the farm familiarly known as the Hay
place and has begun the erection of a
comfortable dwelling. The judge has
always been partial to this "neck of
the woods" and we are all glad that
he has bough among us.
Mr. Thad Moore, of I,aureus has
bought the farm of Mrs. May Madden.
We hope he too. will cast his lot with
The Jerry place, a most desirable
farm has been purchased by Mr. Pro
phltt of Cross Hill. Mr. Prophitt and
family will be cordially welcomed by
Tis the little tilings that count.
From far off Brazil comes this mes
sage: ' Don't you ever stop writing
Madden dots they are so newsy to us
and so much appreciated." This Is
from a sweet faced little woman who
married one of our Madden hoys
Here's to you. dear ones, in your far
May the peace that passeth all un
derstanding be with you both forever,
for you left friends, kindred and home
to be about the Lord's business!
"Can lie depended upon" is an ex
pression we all like to hear, and when'
it is used in connection with Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it,means that it never falls to
cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
complaints. It is plensant to take
and equally valuable for children and
adults. Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
Figures Are a Little Helon the A>er.
age for Ten Years at Same Hate.
Washington, Oct. 3.?The average
condition of the cotton crop on Sep
tember 25 was G5.9 per cent, of a
normal, as compared with 72.1 a
month ago, 58.5 a year ago, C9.7 In
IOOS and 66.6 tlio nvernge <u' tin* past
10 years on September 25 as esti
mated by the crop reporting board of
the department <>t' agriculture.
The condition of the cotton crop by
states, wit11 the 10-year average on
September 25 was:
State 1910. average
North Carolina .... Tii 71
South Carolina.to to
Missourl.75 7 1
i'tits Hair on Year liead ami Keeps
Man or woman, no matter how old
you are, Parisian Sage, the unequnled
hair tonic, will make you look young
Why not go to I.aureus Drug Co and
get a generous sized bottle today, it
only costs 50 cents, and your money
hack If it does not euro dandruff; stop
falling hair, or itching scalp. It will
make your hair luxuriant, bright and
beautiful, and It is the most refreshing,
pleasant and invigorating hair dress
ing made. The girl with the Auburn
hair on every bottle.
? CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. <<
For County Auditor.
I am a candidate in tho approach
ing special primary for the oflice of
county auditor, subject to the result
of said election.
ALEX N. ii ham LETT.
1 hereby announce myself tts candi
date for auditor of Laurens county and
promise to abide by the results of the
Special Democratic primary.
h. m. DROWNLEE,
I most respectfully announce myself
as a candidate for the nomination In
the special primary for the office of
county auditor, and hereby agree to
? bide by the result or the same.
j. ross dohhoil
i hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of county auditor, sub
ject to the decision of the voters In
the special Democratic primary elec
W. H. OILKERSON, sh.
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for the office of auditor sub
ject to the result of the special pri
CLARENCE L. HAMMETT.
I hereby announce myself as candi
date for the office of auditor of Lau
rens county in the coming special
primary and promise lo abide by the
results of the same.
JOHN A. MAHON.
' Hereby announce myself as a can
didate for county auditor, subject to
the rules governing the nomination
of said olflce. MARCUS L. NASH.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the olllce of county auditor, the same
being subject to the rules and regu
lations governing the special primary
election. j, WADDY Thompson.
I most respectfully announce myself
as candidate for auditor of Laurens
county, subject to the decision of the
voters in the special Democratic m i
imary. fc. MARVIN WOLFF
Wrap Your Cot=
ton With Good
We have it.
2 pound and 2 1-2 pound
2 pound and 3 pound brand
New Arrow Cotton Ties.
Fix your cotton up good
and neat for that 15c per
pound it's coming.
Let us sell you your Seed
Cats, Barley, Rye and Crimson
Clover vSeed. Piepare to live at
home next year and have your
cotton crop clear.
Yours for business
J. H. Sullivan
LAURENS, S. C.
Don't waste your money buying plas
when you can get a bottle of Cham*
berlaln's Liniment for twenty-live
cents. A piece of flannel dampened
With Hi!'' liniment is superior to any
plaster for lame back, pains in the
side and chest, and much Cheaper.
Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
The Editor Will Act Along.
A Missouri editor, who is about to
puyy up and leave for lack of support,
sarcastically remarks in parting that
editors don't need money.
"Don't worry about the editor," he
says; "he * has a c harter from the
state to act as doormat for the com
munity. He'll get the paper out some
way, and stand up for you when you
run for oftlee, and He about your
daughter's tnckey wedding, and blow
about your big-footed sons when they
get n $r?.a-wcek Job, and weep over
your shriveled soul when It Is released
from your grasping body, and smile
at your giddy wife's second marriage.
He'll net along. The Lord only knows
how?but the editor will get there
Votir complexion as well as your
temper Is rendered miserable by a dis
ordered liver. By taking Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you
can Improve both. Sold by Laurens
Before ordering m.itfa/inos ((ft our big
Clubbing catalogue and apodal otters
and mti money. Southern Subicrip
tlon Arfency. ftalclrth. N. C. A pottal
card will do.
Woman's Foreign .Missionary Meeting.
The Woman's Foreign .Missionary
societies of the Greenville District
will hold a meeting in the Methodist
church at Pickens, during the seventh,
eigth, and ninth days of October; the
Opening exercises will be held on the
evening of the seventh. An excellent
program is being arranged. Several
papers have been prepared, and talks
on various phases of the work will be
given. Dr. .1. C. C. Newton, Dean of
the Theological seminary of the Meth- |
odlst Episcopal church, South, ;n Kobe,
Japan, will bo present, Saturday and
Sunday, and will preach the mission
ary sermon Sunday morning.
Every auxiliary in (Jreeiiville Dis
trict Is urged to send one delegate to
tbis meeting; and others are Invited
to come. Please send the names of
delegates to Mrs. J. A. Peek, .lickens,
South Carolina, as soon as possible,
so that homes may be provided for all.
Mrs. J. J. McSwain,
Delayed Attention Costs .Mono;.
Your house wears out it' not [minted,
it costs more to repair it than it costs
10 paint it. It doesn't cost much to
paint with the I.. ? M. Paint, because
4 gallons of L. M. Paint and gal
lons of Linseed Oil makes seven gal
lons of ready-to-use paint at a cost
of about $1.:50 per gallon. You can
mix yourself. Thlrjty-flve years use
In every part of the United Stales
proves it. Atlantic City and Pittsbui'ff
Fence Tests, made by the Master
Painters Association, prove It.
Sold by J. H. & M. L. Nash, Laurens;
J VV. Copeland & Co., Clinton.
Fall Showing of New Goods at ?
J. E. Minter & Bro.
We are ready for the fall business with a complete line of Ready-to
wear goods. For the Ladies: Coat Suits, Fancy Coats. Skirts Sweaters.
For Men: the best selection of Clothing, Overcoats, etc. We have the
best select of boys' suits we have ever had. we invite all to see our line
before making their purchases.
Our Ready-to-wear department is upstairs
in our new room, where we show our Suits,
Coats, Skirts, etc.
Ladies' Suits, elegantly tailored,
$18.00, $20.00, $22.50 aud $25.00.
Ladies' Xiee stylish Suits
$10.00, $12.60 and $15.00.
$7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $20.00 to $25.00.
Skirts: Panama, Voile, and Serge
$3.00, $5.00, $0.60, $8.50, $10.00 and $12.50.
$1.50, $3.00 to $5.00.
50c and $1.00
50c, $1.00, $1.50
We want you to make yourself at home in this
department. Plenty of room and light, and com
fortable chairs where you may rest.
If you want a good, stylish, and service
able Suit at a reasonable price, see our
great values in Suits at
$15.00, $18.50, $20.00 and $25.00.
Nobby Suits for Young Men, at
$10.00 and $12.50.
Hoys' Knee Pant .Suits
'$2.00, $8.00, $4.00, $4.0'), $6.00 and $8.0?.
Boys' Knee Pants
'50c, 75c, $1.00 ami $1.50
Men's Odd Pants
$2.00, $3.00, $5.00, $5.00, $6.60, and $8.50
$1.50, $2.00, and $S.oO
Men's Nobby Neckwear
25c and 60c.
Shoes for all. We have the best the market affords for the price.
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00
We appreciate your trade. We want your business. Polite and courte
ous salesmen and saleswornen~~glad to show you.
J. E. MINTER & BRO.
The Reliable Store.