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Brush Runabouts - $485.00
E. M. F.--30 Touring Cars - $1,250.00
Flanders?20 Runabouts - $750.00
F. O. B; Factory
Swygert & league
South Harper Street - Phone 316
Now is the time to
- - - Insure Your Crops of = - -
Cotton, Corn, Etc.,
Horses and Mules
Against Death From Any Cause
J. E. TOLBERT
LAURENS, S. C.
In New Office in Todd Building, South Harper St. ^
UNION MEETING WAS
HELD AT N. PLEASANT
Some (Notably Strong Ad
REV. FOWLER S SERMON
Mountvlile Ginneries lire H?nning
Ouy mid Night?Social and
Mountvlllo, Oct. 311.?Notwithstand
ing the cold weather Saturday and
Sunday, tho t'nion meeting at Mt.
Pleasant was woll attended and 'was
a most inter sling occasion. The va
rious topics on the program lor con
sideration were discussed with a spirit
of earnestness and unanimity, the mes
st tigers generally participating.
On Sunday morning Messrs .). H.
VVhurlon ami .lohn T. Robertson ad
dressed the union on the subject of
home ami Sunday school training.
Rev. ('. Lewis Fowler, in his usual
forcefulucss, prcnchoit the missionary
sermon from the text "Go Ye There
fore.". It was a great sermon and Iis
power and truthfulness was felt
throughout Ihe audience. A collection
was taken for State missions. The
people of Mt. Pleasant church wer??
exceedingly cordial and hospitable In
their entertainment of the union.
The ginneries hero are kept busy
now every lay and sometime; part of
the night trying to meel the demands
of the farmers. About l,F?an bales
have been ginned at this place.
Mr. B. M Crisp operator at Xewher
ry. Fla., spent last week with his
home folks recuperating from a recent
attack of malarial sickness. He re
turned to his work in Florida Sunday,
having entirely recovered.
Mrs. Maude Bryson lias been quite
sick for several weeks and we are
sorry to report her condition still un
Mr. S. v. Culbortson of Laurens
came down Sunday to see his people
at and near Cross Hill. Shelton is
one of the noble boys of Laurens
whose life is not in vain.
Miss Mary Martin recently made a
business and social visit to Green
Mrs. .1. I). W. Shaw is having several
HOW tenant bouses erected along the
public road on her farm.
Paint that kitchen floor instead of scrub
bing it every lev/ days or buying expensive coverings that
grow dingy and show wear. You can do it yourself.
It's easy and costs only a trifle.
FLOOR PAINT (Granite)
is the ideal finish for kitchen, pantry and
laundry floors, steps and inside surfaces to
be walked upon. It's hard, durable,
sanitary,easy to apply, e;isy to keep
clean, hard to wear ou':. Brush it
on tonight and you can walk
on it tomorrow.
If It's a surfaco to ho painted,
enameled, stained, varnished or fin
ished in any way, there's an Arme
Quality Kind to i.; tho purpose.
LIFE AKOl'.M) RAM'S.
Much Cotton in the Field -Cold Snap
Habun Creek. Nov. 1.?There's a
good deal of cotton In the field yet but
crops are not as good this year as they
were I'tst year.
Mr, and Mrs. T. F. Habb spent last
! Saturday and Sunday visiting rela
tives and friends in Fountain Inn.
Miss Corrlc Mahon and brother, Mr.
William Mahon. were In Laurens Sat
Messrs Houston and George Babb,
after spending several days In Green
ville last week, returned home Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Hlx of Friend
ship spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Hue Mahon and daughters.
Misses Marie and Lizzie, visited In the
Poplar Spring community Sunday.
Misses Mae and Atlie Babb spent
several days in Laurens last week vis
iting Mrs. Houston Roper and Mrs.
M s . I'<h.a Owens is spending a few
d- ys ?v?'h her sister. Mrs. Claude Wus
son at Friendship.
Very little sickness in this commun
People ate enjoying this cold wea
Whereas, it pleased our Lord to
call to her reward on August 14, 1!?I0
one of our members, Mrs. Mary Barks
dale be it resolved,
First. That, in the death of sister
Barksdale Wo have lost our oldest
member, one who was a zealous mem
ber of the Woman's Missionary society
of Highland Home Baptist church,
from its organization.
Second. The world was enriched by
her life and impoverished by her death.
Third That, a page in our record he
Inscribed to her memory and a copy
of these resolutions be published in
the COUIlly papets and the Baptist
.Vrs. w. w. Yeargln,
Whereas, our beloved sister, in
Christ. Mrs. Ina Meli Power Owens
whose life was one of uutirclng devo
tions to God. was called to her reward
April I, 1910, Therefore, he it resolv
First That in the death of Sister
Owens the W. M. S. of Highland Home
church has lost one of Its most zeal
ous and energetic members.
Her adorning was that of a meek
and quiet spirit, which In the sight of
God is of great price. This is her
character. Thus she iivod, its such she
"Though dead she yet speaketh."
Second, Thai we extend to her de
voted husband our heart-felt sympa
thy. May he with us look to and ask
.God whom she served and who alone
can give the comfort we need In this
Third. That a page In our society
record be inscribed to her memory
and a copy of these resolutions be
ptlblfshed in the county papers and
the Baptist Courier.
Mrs. Z. R. Traynham,
First Snow of the Season.
Washington, October 2S.?Snow,
many days ahead of its average date
of appearance, fell tofiay es far south
as the noth sections of the Gulf States
and throughout the entire country un
seasonably cold weather prevailed. In
the east and south the cold wave from
the west arrived in the day and the
prediction is that the cold will contin
ue in the sections tomorrow, to be fol
lowed by moderating temperature Sun
In all sections east of the Rocky
Mountains, with the exception of the
Great Lakes region, where snow flur
rlts are predicted generally, fair wea
ther is to prevail tomorrow, the rising
temperatures to move gradually east
Snow In the Lake Superior region
today was heavy and killing frosts pre
vailed in the interior sections of the
country. In the Ohio Valley and the
Appalachian Mountain region snow
(lurries of today are to be followed
by clear weather tomorrow.
HOW TO CURE RHEUMATISM.
It Is an inicrnul Disease and Requires
an Internal Remedy.
Tito cause of Rheumatism and kin
dred diseases is an excess of nric
uciu in the. blood, To cure this terrible
disoase this ncid must be expelled and
the system so regulated that no more
acid will be formed in excessive
quantities. Rheumatism is an internal
disease and requires an intornal reme
dy. Rubbing with Oils and Liniments
will not cure, affords only temporary
relief at best, causes you to delay this
proper treatment, allows the malady
to get a firmer hold on you. Liniments
may case 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.
feet and complete core, which is call
ed "Rheumacide." Tested In hundreds
of cases, it has effected the most mar
velous cures; wo believe It will cure
you. Rheumncide "gets at the Joints
from the inside," sweeps tho poisons
out of tho system, tones up tho stom
ach, regulates the liver and kidneys
nnd makes you well nil over. Rhcu
tnacldn "strikes tho root of tho dis
ease nnd removes Its cause." This
splendid remedy Is sold by druggists
and dealers generally at GOc. and $1
a bottle. In tablet form at 25 and 60c
n package. Got a bottlo today. Book
let free if you write to Bobbltt Chem
ical Co.. Baltlmoro, Md. Trial bottle
tablets 2fic by mall. For sale by LAU
REN8 DRUG CO.
Our new fall goods are arriving on
every train, come and see them.
S. M. & E. II. Wllkes ft Co.
Are You Hard on Shoes?
Many a woman thinks she is hard on
shoes when the fact of the matter is her
shoes have tricked her. If your shoes
go to pieces unreasonably soon it's
the fault of the maker. To meet
competition he has skimped and
scalped and substituted inferior for
honest materials till there's noth
ing left but looks.
fhe Rtd Btll
on fhe Box.
$2.00 SHOE $2.50
is built to fit the foot snugly and comfortably,
as every good shoe should. It is built along
the most fashionable lines, as you have a right
to expect. It wears like iron?which cannot
be said of some shoes at this price.
The parts that show arc honest
on their face and give to the foot
a trim and stylish appearance.
The parts that take the strain
and wear?away inside and out
of sight?are just as thorough, j ust
as honest. Look up our dealer
in your town and let him tell you
how we can make such a good
shoe for the money.
This same shoe in our
$2.50 and Sj.OO is
Goodyear avelt seuced.
In Our College Woman's
Walking Shoe, S3.OO?
$1.J)0?$4.00, it r,/u.iIt
the best custom make.
We want to do your
and all other work in the Tin
and Sheet Iron Line
We will sell you a better grade of
than you have been using 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.
Why Will You Do It?
Don't send off after Wedding Presents and Holiday
Gifts. Let us show you our stock of new goods in
Cut Glass from* $i.oo to #25.00
Brass from Si.25 to 10.00
Fancy China, Pictures and Silver Novelties.
We have a big line of re-bound Copyright hooks, was
$1.50 now 50C
Hoy's and Girl's books at grc
Big lot of catchy little booklets for your sweet hearts
A Nice Present for Little Girls FREE
With a 25c purchase we will give free a cut out paper
doll room, either parlor, dining room or kitchsn, with 7 V,
Agent for Nttnnally's Candies.
Agent for Break up Cold Tablets.
Palmetto Drug Company,
Laurens, S. C.
Laid 20 years ago are as good as new to-day and have never needed
repairs. Think of it!
What other roofing will last as long and look as 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
Cortrifcht Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia, Pa