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drawinu thr long bow
By W. D. S.
It. is often amusing to listen to a
crowd standing around tin- cotton gin
and mill, spending their leisure time
in f iling "big yarns". Big John had
the floor, and was telling his listen
ers about some tutor slips that Tom
Simpson bad sent him from Florida,
Tiny grew woll and he bad dug some
long spnulsb Inters thai measured by
tho iron B<|Uai'0, two aiu! one-half foel
long. Bubln, the miller squinted up
one eye. ; nd took a QUl'/.Zlcnl look
nt big John. "Look a here John, when
m<' and the 'squire moved down to
.Marion county, Florida, we found tho
soil of thui country adapted to rais
ing sweet tutors. Why sir! we bud to
prize them oul of the ground with
crowbars nnd carried them to the
sawmill to have them (tit into half
inch slabs so the women folks could
make slice tnterples out of them. And
tin sawyers took their pay in the taler
saw dust, which they carried home
for their wives to make puddings out j
of the chips."
i'.'.'A John changed the subject to bow
much be h.-ui been offered for his
hound possum dog. Crawford puts
In a word, about a hunt over in Green
wood county where they caught a
poSSUin that pulled down the settles at
Gentlemen, you see things mow
large here upon Reedy river, espec
ially in words.
IMHGLSTION DF. PARTS
Stomach Agon) und After Dinner Bis*
tress Slopped in ."? Minutes.
\\ y should an.\ sensible person con
tinho to suffer day after day with ter
rible stomach ailments when Laurens
Drug Co. guarantees Mi-o-na stomach
tablets to cure oven lite worst case
of Indigestion, or money back
If your stomach rebel 18 after eating
and food sours or ferments in the
stomach causing gas. pain, heartburn,I
and heaviness, two Mi-o-na tablets will
drive away the misery in live minutes
nnd leave the stomach feoling Bplon
\ large box of Ml-o tin stomach lab
let- costs '.n cents al Laurens Drug Co.
and lending druggists evorywhoro.
it you have stomach trouble of any
kind, start to use Mi-o-na stomach tab
lets today. They not only build up lite
Stomach, but they act as a tonic to
thi entire body. They are makers of I
rich red blood ami nerves that neverI
flinch; they Increase vltnlltj and make
tin weak more vigorous.
In our imicv china department we
an -i'.owin. the largest and lines! line
of fancy china to be found in the
State, int] we gunrnnteo our price to
be ;.t least a third less than any oth
S. M. & B. II. Wlikes & Co.
Cross Hill Personals.
Cross Hill, Oct 31.?MlSB Ruth Sim
mons returned tO Chiron? college last
Saturday after a visit to her parents,
.Mr. and Mrs* .1. W. Simmons.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. I). Witherspoon have
rotumed to Cross Mill aud will occupy
the Payne residence.
Mr. U. Watt.-, has bought a house and
lot in town near the de, ot from Mr.
W T. Madden and they will move into
their new home tills week.
Mr. Joseph T* llgOll was over from
Mrs. W. C. Rasor anil Miss I.l'/.ssle
Carter returned Saturday from a visit
to Greenwood ami the Greenwood fair.
Mrs. George llnnnn went over to
Clinton last Saturday.
Miss Willie Waters, teacher of tee
Vailghnvlllo school was a Cross Mill
\ Isltor Suturday.
We are having nultc a tone', of win
ter since last Friday. Vegetation is
badly bitten by the frost, ice Sunday
Rev. .1. A. Martin went over to Clin
ton Saturday. lie preached for Mr.
Fowler on Siuutav.
Mr. R. I). Nonce received a message
Sunday evening saying that bis ne
phew. Mr. Campbell Nance was shot
and kMled that day. lie was a voting
man about grown and the son of .Mi.
Fred Nance of Abbeville iounty.
Not Sorry for Blunder.
"If my ft lends hadn't blundered in
thinking 1 was a doomed victim of con
sumption, I might not be alive now."
writes I). T. Sanders, of I larrodsburg.
Ky.. "but for years they saw every at
tempt to cure a lung-racking tough
fail. At last I tried Dr. Kinns New
Diseorvery. The effect was Wonderful,
it soon Btopped tin* cough ami I am
now in better health than I have bad
for years. This wonderful life.saver
is an unrivaled remedy for coughs,
colds, lagl'lppc, asthma, croup, heinoi
t hanes. Whooping COUgil or weak lungs
50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free, Guaran
teed by Laurens Drug Co.
Fnelaimcil Letters Advertised.
Miss Coitie .lerne*, |?J, D. Mlleuer,
.Mrs. Dora Maihy. M.ss Mamie Miller.
Boatrice Pettles. .):m Walker. Sam
Walker. R. I.. Wnyillck, S. W. Wilson.
The above lottere have remained in
tills ollice uncalled for for a period of
two weeks ending October 29th, 1010.
The owners of any of the above will
plea no call ami say that letter is ad
vertised and upon the payment of one
cent sr.me will ho delivered.
Geo. S. McCravy, P. M.
t) t< 1? ir !!0. 1010. Laurans, S. C.
? If von are needing anything In the
furniture line, it will pay you to visit
our store, we are offering splendid
goods at remarkable low pricuo
throughout our entire store.
S. M. &. Id. it. Wliked & Co.
Try This for Catarrh.
Cot a HYOMBI (prounouce it Hlgh
o-me) outfit today.
Pour a few drops from the bottle In
to the inhaler that comes with eacli
outfit, ami breathe It in four or live
times n day.
immediately you will know that Ily
omel soothes and heals tin- inflamed
aud irritated membrane.
Put Hyomel does more than soothe
and heal; it kills the germs, those per
severing pests that tire at the root of
all oatarrhal conditions.
Last year I suffered terribly with
??a t?? i t h. I used one bottle of llyoihel
pud my catarrh w -. netter."-?-.Miss'
Holen McNclr, Loyaltou. Col.
A complete Hyomel outfit, including
a bottle of l-Iyomei, a hard rubber po- j
ket inhaler and simple instructions for!
use costs only $1 .on. If you now own
a Hyomel inhaler, you can get tin ex
tra bottle of Hyomel for only f?0 cents
; t Laureus Drug Co. and druggists ev
Cluarnnteed to cure catarrh, croup,
nhi.hum and sore th?oat, or nun y
Hoheit Warwlch has been engagad
by .lohn Cor! to take the place of
Frank Worthing as leading man with
Mrs. Leslie Carter in her new play,
"Two Women." by Robert Hughes.
Many school children suffer from ?
constipation, which Is often the cause j
of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham -1
ber'aln's Stomach and Liver Tnbl3l3i
are an ideal medicine to give a child,
for they are mild and gentle in their
effect, and will cure even Chronic con
stipation. Sold by Laureus Drug On.
Shall Women Vote!
If they did, millions would vote Dr.
King s Now Life Pills tho true remedy
for women. For banishing dull, fagged
feelings, backache or headache, con
stipation, dispelling colds, imparting
appetite und toning up the system,
they're unequaled. Easy, sate sure.
25 <cnts at Laurens Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
Tbc San Juan-Serrezuela Railway
was opened on August 7: tho Central
Northern Railway is also planning to
extend its line from La Ilanda to Santl
; go del Kstero.
Lame bnck comes on suddenly and
is extremely painful. It is caused by
rheumatism of the must :es. Quick re
lict is afforded by applying Chatuber
Iain's Liniment. Sold by Laurens Drug
All creditors of the estate of Joseph
Jerry, deceased, are hereby notified
to present their claims to me. properly
proven. And all persons Indebted to
said (state will make payment to me
Willie 11. Hudgens.
When you feel ?oufu?4?
vous, tired, worried or despondent it is
sure sign you need MOTTS NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew tho normal vigor and
make life worth living. Po ?uro ami ask for
Mott's Nerverine Pills BfefiK
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*., Cleveland. Ohio
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
C. * W. C. H.v. and <. N, A L. By.
Schedule in Effect Oct. 1010.
Between lugustn and Si?nrttiiiliurir.
Aug iMn l.v
Spartan burg Ar
Laurens mid Liectmllc.
between Laurens and ( olumbin.
Nos, I ami 2.
> and Q
& SV. ('
between Greenville and Columbia
(rains, between Gceenvilli
ami* Spartnnburt; over ?
Nos. ."?2 and daily passenger train
over C. & \V. C. and C. N. & L,
Nos. .".| and .">.". dally except Sunday pnssengt
ami Columbia over ('. & W. C. and ('. N. & L.
Nos. SI and s.">. 80 and s7. freights with COOCb attached, between Green
ville and Laurens over ('. \V. ('.. making connections to and from Co
lumblfl over t'.. N. & L. Daily except Sunday.
Nos. I '2 and 13 freight, daily except Sunday between Laurens and Colum
bia over t'.. N. ?'s- L. making connection to and from Greenville over ('. &
Note?Black face type is for P. M.,and light face type Is for A. M.
CLARENCE L. HAMMETT,
t'amiidntc for Auditor.
Several lots on South Harper street.
94 acres near Mountville, rents for
2,100 lbs. lint cotton. $25 per acre.
House and lot on E. Main street, 8 1-2
acres and 15 room concrete dwelling;
finest place in upper South Caroliua.
On easy terms.
One tract adjoining Trinity church.
On easy terms and price right.
1521 acres near Garllngton station.
$10 per acre.
Two elegant residences on Sullivan
street on easy terms.
Inn acres, hounded by land of T. lb
Brown, and Mrs. C. lijpp. .lust :i
miles south of the city. A tine orchard
On easy terms.
One hun.U'Cd acres tillable land
within corporate limits of city, very
reasonable and easy terms.
100 acres east of I.autens. near
good schools and church. Come at
Two elegant farms near McDaniel's
mill, well improved. 72 acres and 02
acres, tine neighborhood, schools am!
A number of farms and other prop,
erty for sale, see us before you pur
chase or sell your property.
Todd Building Laurens, S. C
Too Late, Too Late,
to think about taking out a policy
on your house if it is already
burning. We take a risk but not
a certainty. If you have taken
time by the forelock, and insured
your property against fire, you
that the company Will pay all
your losses. The race is to the
swift, and you owe it to your
family to protect them from all
troubles. Do not. be a laggard.
Stocks - Bonds - Insurance
Enterprise Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
or small headstonesrecelvo the
same careful attention from
our expert workmen. Wo buy
carefully at tin- quarries and
watch cveiy detail of designing
finishing 01 d m tiii k of n emo
klnls. Don't 1 uy fi< m travel
ing hci nts in-1 atuloos. We, ran
show you the material, wheth
er it bogianltoc nrotble, and
are glad to advis? with you a
bout impiovirg your cemetery
lots. Let us show you tin- dif
ferent granites and marbles
and tell you ?I rut lh? m, *"*~"
p. f. Baxter a son,
Newbcrry, s. c.
Spe the,unusual values we are offer
ing in Hammered Brass Jardinieres
and Fmbrella Stands, the goods are
beautiful and our prices are very low.
S. M. & E. II. Wilken &. Co.
The Reliable Store
Come and look over our stock and let us show it's value to you. It is to your interest as well as ours.
We arc headquarters for Stylish Clothing.
It you want the best for wear, for style, for reasonableness in
price, yon can get it in our Clothing Department.
Some Suits at #7.50 to 510.00
Good Styles and (treat Wear $12.50
Suit.s that looks like a twenty dollar Suit for $15.00
The hcighth of style is reached in our lines of Michael-Stern,
Griffon and othe r celebrated makes at prices from $15.00 to $25.00,
Come in and try a Suit and get a perfect fit.
In our .Shoe Department we are showing all the new leathers
in all the new lasts and toes. We sell and recommend only the
High Grade Shoes. We have Shoes for Men, Women and Child
ren. We ask you to see our line at once.
36 inch Sea Island worth 7c yd. 5c
Good Calico worth 7c yd. 5c
The best $1.50 Ladies' Shoes on the market.
Gun Metal Shoes, special $2.25 and 2.49
Ladies' and Misses' Suits, all wool and good
style, worth $12.50, our price . $10.00
Children's Solid Leather Kangaroo Shoes,
lvalues nciiv) KioDCu vCcia, ^?c. -o"
Children's Ribbed Hose, Pair 10c
Dress Goods values, new lot Percales and
Ginghams ice and i2j/jc
See our new showings in Panamas, Serges,
Voiles and Poplins 50c, 75c and 1.00
A great line of Outings, Cheviots, etc., the
ones you need for every day dresses.
Ladies' Patent Leather Belts, Collars and
In this department we are showing a new stylish line of
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Coat Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, etc.
We have moved this department up stairs to give it a good
display. Come and see this department,
Ladies' Suits $12.50 to $35.00
Ladies' Coats $2.98 to $25.00
Ladies' Voile Skirts $6.50 to $12.50
Ladies' Panama Skirts $3.00 to $8.50
Our line of Ladies' Suits and Skirts are unexcelled for style
Cloaks and Dresses
In our immense stock this season we are showing a beautiful
line of Misses' Ready-to-wear Cloaks and Dresses. Inspect this
Children's Ready-to-Wear Dresses at
50c, 98c and $1.49
When you come shopping we ask that you make our store your headquarters. We have good dependable Qoods to sell you at prices about as low as
some other concerns are offering cheaper grades of merchandise. Our Qoods are as we represent them?New and Stylish.
J. E. MINTER & BROTHER