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THE HONOR ROLL
Special Mention Made of the I'npIIs
who make an Average ol
n*> ami Above,
The following pupils of Waterloo
High school have made an average of
:>r> and above:
First Grade?Attendance, Mattie Lee
Campbell, Willie Mae Campbell, Gladys
Fuller. Wilder Whitlock, Luln Wat
kins, Nello Long; Recitations, Gladys
Kuller. Madge Henderson, Mattie Leo
Third Grade?Attendance, Henry
Bolahd, Troy Boyd, Lyonollo Nichols.
Mo/.ellc Moon-; Recitations, Mozello
Fourth Grade?Attendance, Lulec
Culbertson, Mary Long, Edwin Fuller,
(raogene Whitlock; Recitations, imo
gene Whitlock, Erskino Winn.
Fifth Grade Attendance, Lucilo
Nichols, J. C. Smith, Jr., Annie Laurii
Lowe, Esther Campbell Luln Moore;
Recitations, J. C. Smith. Jr.. Lucilo
Nichols, Luln Moore.
Sixth Grade -Attendance, Qcnevievo
Long, Winnie Lowe, Julia Henderson,
Wharton Fuller, Coylo Moore. Gen
evlovo Fuller, Ethel Culbertson; Reel
tetions. Gehevlevc Kuller, Coyle oMore
Julia Henderson, Gencvlove Long.
Nlneth Crude Utcndanco and Itecl
tntion, Norwood r. Lockwo?d, Wyn
ona Loir:. Minnie Winn.
Tenth Grade?Attendance^ Charlie
M. Lockwood; Recitations, ?,...:;;<?
M. Lock wood, Gary W. Long.
One in;.re mule. 7 years old;
One horse mule, 7 years old;
ThesO mules are straight nnd all
One t year old mare eolt. will
broken In both sin?;le and double
One your old hoi'30 colt, well
broken in single and double harness;
These colts plow like mules.
One Tyson & Jones rubber tired
open buggy, been run only four
One sit driving harness.
The stock may be si en at Count's
Stable They will be sold Monday,
December 5th at 12 o'clock, noon, in
front of the Court. House.
Terms of sale cash. 17-21
OF MR. REID WADE
FUe in Store?Other Nous of Interest
in the Town of Cniss
Cross Hill. Nov. 81,?Mr. tteld Wade,
son of Mr. and Mrs. .John Wade, died
at Dncula, Georgia, last Thursday and
the body was brought bore and buried
Ul Soul Chapel on Friday. He was'
depot agent and operator at that place,
II?? had been iU with fever about nine
T!i- following were pall bearers:
?I. I!. Nance, Richard Workman, .1. 11.
lust: j. p.. Plnson, Roland, Hill and
Waller Griffin. He was buried with
W, o. W. ceremonies. The grave was
covered with pretty flowers. A large
concourse of friends and relatives
tttended the funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. Mills Livingston.,
Messrs John and Robert Livingston,
of Kinat'ds, and Miss Lide Livingston
Mi wherry, relatives of the deceased
attended the funeral. Mr. r.lld Mrs.
I. C. Cool. Messrs. McMlllIng, Horn
: ud Rettinglleld, some of his former
friends, from Dactila, Georgia, r.lso
friends canto over for the funeral.
Mrs, Annie Payne and Mrs. Lueitt
Simmons were Ci'bsu Hl 1 visitors
i\. Peak is ; '? homo after several
days visit to his family :?< Monroe
N. C. Mrs. Peak is with her parents
there She and the children will re
As the huge lamps wero being ex
tinguished preparatory to (dosing, at
Ra: or. Lenin an and Denny's, Satur
day night, one of the lamps fell to the
fh or nnd broke. The oil caught on
fire and for a few moments the store
was in danger of being burned. It
j was put out with some difficulty. Very
? little damage was done.
Miss Amies Vaughn of Fair Forest,
is visiting Miss Illanche PhiSOU.
Cllpt. G. Wash William; go I a fall
las- Saturday and was right badly hurl
It was feared at first thai his leg
was broken He is much better now
?For the Longest
Period of Time?
""""^ifSil III .?????Ulli IUI?? III III.?mm I Bill! ?
N^JSjaS*^^ In a fertilizer we want, first, Results?the
& verdict of the crop?then to know How Long
M will the "good work" continue. Tried out it is proven
M that, as a big crop producer and lasting soil improver,
/ Thomas Phosphate
I Is Best?Most Enduring
M Altst Enduring because non-revcrtable, non-washable, avail
m able as needed.
ji Best for more Tcasons than ?hat. Our pamphlets, "Thomas
m Phosphate and Its Uses" and "Home Mixing," arc free to farmers.
I Write for them.
[The Coe-Mortimer Go-,
NEW YORK, :: CHARLESTON, S. C.
A Good Example
VI am a good example," writes Atis. R. L. Beil, of
McAlester, Okla., "of what Cardui will do for suffering
"I suffered with my head and back, for over six years,
and although I tried everything, I never could get any
thing to do me any good, until i began to lake Cardui.
"Cardui has surely helped me and built nie up and I
am so thankful that 1 have found something thai will do
me good. I feel so much stronger and better than 1 have
in a long time."
It is well to make up your mind before you arc sick
what medicine you will take when you are sick.
The Woman's Tonic
You will be glad to take it when you are tired, mis
erable and when life seems a weary grind. It will put
new thoughts into your head, fresh courage into your mind.
If not sick now, at least burn Cardui on to the pages
of your memory, so that when you are sick you will ask
for it without thinking.
If sick or weak, get a bottle today. At all druggists.
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.; Chattanooca Medicine Co.. Chaltannoofta. Tenn.,
(or Special Instructions, and 64-pace book, "Home Treatment for Women." sent Irre.
The Laurens Drug- Company sei s
Wine of Cardui.
LARGE CORN YIELD
BY DYNAMITE FARMER
J. Ii. Card well, tin1 Spurtnnburg Dyna
mite Partner Raised over y"> llush
fls ??n his Acre Pa Ich.
The number of bushels of corn pro
duced cm' the prize acre of i H. Cald
well, the dynamite corn growed. was
(These are the ilgun - as given out
by Messrs. John Wood, secretary of
the Chan ber of Cbmun reo. and .lohn
iflcUolls, form", r sheriff of Spartan
burg ?ount.:. who costituted iiu* com
mittee Waich measured Mr. CaldwelPs
Sneaking of the measurement, Mr.
Wood Laid: "Bvery ear of corn on this
acre was pulled, shucked and woighod
in the presence of one or the other of
tho committee. Mr. Nlcholls snout
the night at Mr. Caldwell's home. We
found the total v/eight of corn on the
car to be 5.95VJ pounds, Which at sev
enty pounds to tin' bushel world (ig
uro out S?."a; bushels, It appeared to
us that about two nnd one-half or
three bushels bad been destroyed by
chickens. If included the yield would
then lie SS bush Is."
In h o pounds of corn Efter shell
ing We found II pounds of cob and
>'('. pounds <?:' grain. This would make;
the yield on Mr. Caldwell's r.ere 91M\
or practically P2 bushels of ihellqd
Thsrr v.'cr? fovr row3 on aero
that had not been dynamited. Tor
purposes of comparison, the commit
ted measured theso four rows sep
arately, it was found :::..t they can
taincd 33 l-:i per cent, less coi n than
the four rows along side tin t had
boon dynamited. Also, the dynamite
corn showed little effect of dry
weather, at l< ast not so much as
that which had not been dynamited.
The dymunl'.j com was bet'er died,
the ears were mote solid and the
grains appeared to i" better.
Mr. Wood aid thai in- was par
ticularly Interested in this acre of
corn because ol tlK .Vide advertising
it had obtained. wanted to
know exactly how M:. Caldwell's ex
periment had resulted, "I believe,
though.' he said an average
of cost per year foi some four or
live years' oughl to be obtained bo.
fore saying whether or not the dy
namite "process Was a success. In
other words the dynamiting took the
place of deep plowing that should
last at least five years. Therefore,
the cost of the dynamiting should not
be charged all to one years' crop but
to as many crops as are raised on
that piece of land. I should like to
see .Mr. Cnldwel] replant that acre
in corn for ; ?? least two years more
and then strike the average cost for
the three years."
Mr. Caldwell is entering the state
contest which will tie held in Colum
I bia in December.- Spartanburg Herald
Lame ba( k comes on suddenly and
Is extremely painful. It is caused by
rheumatism of the in usctes. Quick re
lief is afforded by applying Chamber
lain's Liminent. Sold by Laurens Drug
PILES KRIM. PISPA1R
Take ( ournge! Internal Trontmeni
Piles make life unhappy and mln
the best disposition. Most sufferers
have been bitterly (lisapppointcd by
many failures to Hud a cure. A med
icine in tablet form, taken internally,
that avoid- the unpleasant features of
ointments, suppositories and opera
tions, and cures thoroughly by remov
ing the inside cr use is surely worth
trying, especially as tin Laurens Drug
Co. guarantee it.
Dr. Leonhardt's Hem-Rold costs $1
for a large box -21 days' treatment.
Dr. Leonhardt Co . Station 13, Huffalo,
j N. v. Write for booklet.
Allen Rowe, of I tdrhnnks. Alaska)
i walked 800 miles to Forty-Mlie, nl'tot
navigation '""i closed, (hat he might
.marry Mis. Lawrence. He weighed
pounds 'it tin- star!, but lost 30 pounds,
Not Sorry for Plunder.
? if my friends hadn't blundered in
thinking 1 was a doomed victim ot con
sumption, 1 might not. he alive now,"
writes D. T. Sanders, of llnrt'Odsburg,
Ky.. "but for years they saw every at
tempt to cure a lu'ig-racking cough
fail. At last 1 tried Dr. Kinn's New
Discorvery. The effect was wonderful.
It soon Stopped the COUgh and I am
now in better health than I have had
for years. This wonderful life-saver
Is an unrivaled remedy for oouirhs.
colds, lagrlppe, asthma, croup, hemor
rhages, whooping cough or weak lungs
r>nc, $i.oo. Trial bottle free. Guaran
teed by Laurens Drug Co.
AIS Kinds of Furs, Muskrat
Muskrat 25c to 85ots
Mink 50c to $7.50
The Highest Market Price Always Paid
Further Information may be had by
calling on or addressing
Next ? ? ? Po-d Office, Laurens. S. C.
And we are unable to prevent it.
Within less time than thirty days
You will be paying $7.00 per ton
Unless you take advantage of this opportunity.
We have three cars of the best Lump Coal coming out of
The Jellico Fields of Tennessee
Which we are going to sell at Six Dollars per ton,
J This is cheaper than this coal can be bought and sold for today,
ft Did von know that Con! todav is
1 Higher thai It has
Did you know thai all mines shut clown
I and that it is impossible to get Coal at any price?
You had better phone us your order today, and let us keep
J you warm.
I T. W. & R. ft Eichelberger,
j Residence Phone 27G Reliable Draymen Office 33
I Offer You the Following:
Six room dwelling on Fleming street
in <? ity of Laurcns bounded by hinds
of J. T. Led ford, ,T. F. Walker and oth
ers. Trice $1,350.00
100 acres of land one half mile from
Lanford Station; eight-room cottage,
good out buildings, in high state of
cultivation. Come quick If yon want
this property, bounded by W. H. Drum
niond, J. M. DeShields and others.
! Price $60.00 |>er acre.
210 acres of land bounded on north
by Mrs. Milton Robertson, on south by
.1. M, Philpot, east by Mrs. Martin and
on west by 13, F. Terry and others,
Price $10.00 per acre.
One nine-room new dwelling, fin
ished throughout, 1 acres of land, sit
uated in town of Crlss Hill, prlco
$4,000.00 .terms made right.
25 acres land, fi-room dwelling, barn
and out buildings. Adjoining land of
Qeorgo Wilson. Price $775.00.
II acres land, four-room cottage at
Watts mill, price $1,300.
tH acres land, one buildit.fr. hound
ed by lands or Mrs. !3oyd, s. 0. Lenke
and others. Prices and terms made
IT acre- land, bounded hy In da of
Friendship Church, Joe Wassern, ?'? \
Coats and others. Prlco $30 00 per
r.;i acres, town of Lanford, dwelling
.and out-buildings, nicely located over
looking town of F.uoreo, Price $2,
r.o a< i ? a land hounded l*> lands of
Walter Nash, and Unfits Cray, dwell
ing nnd out-buildings. Prlco $20.00
70 acres or land hounded hy lands
of .lim Ad ?Moore, Will Mudgcns and
others, COltagO house, 10 acres under
cultivation. Price $1.700.00.
66% acres land, hounded hy lands of
Albert Burns and others; 5-room
dwelling, tonnnt house, barn and out
buildings. Price $10.00 per acre.
71 acres on Reedy River, bounded
by lands of .lames Downey, Will ( aid
well and others. With tenant house,
Prlco $20 per acre. Terms DiadO easy.
150 acres land hounded by lands of
Ludy Mills, Li, k. Burns and V. A.
Mills. Price $:*.0 per aero.
H07 acres of land In Scufftetown
township near Hyrds Cross Roads,
hounded by lands of M. B. Poolo, Will
J. Adalr, Will Myers and others, known
as the Yarhorough place, dwellings,
x room dwelling, on Centennial St.,
Clinton, S. C. with si buiulredths ol
an acre of land, known as the Grlf?n
l.'.O acres land, one-half mile of Dial
church, with a handsome dwelling, 3
tenant houses and good OUt-huildlngS.
Come quick if you want this place.
Price $f>0 per acre.
..0 acres land near Green Pond
church, hounded by the Yeargln es
tate and others, nice t; room cottage
nnd out buildings. pr|ce $35.00 nor
52 acres near Dials church, hound
ed by In ds of Ludy Abercromblo, L.
D. Curry and others. Price $36 00
92% acres of hind near Tumbling
Shoals; hounded by lands of W. D
nnd J. 0. Sullivan; 8-room dwelling;
good out-bulldlngs. Price $22 60 pel
2 lots Watts cotton
street fronting, 150 bj
J. N. LEAK
The "Lurid Man"
7 !'', a* i< ~. of iumi near (iTOOIl Potld
church, s room cottage With hue barn
and out buildings, i.room tenant
house, hounded by lands of .Ino, Tay
lor, Mrs. Abercromblo, and J no. Curry.
Price $60.00 per acre.
I69V& acres of land hounded hy
lands of Bryson place, Pee Bailey,
Damp Holland and thers; .'?-room
dwelling, 2 tenant houses; good barn
.and OUt-bulldlngS; known as the old
Ferguson place, owned at present by
Will B, Motte. Price $27..".0 per acre,
One 8-room dwelling in city of Lau
rens. No 330 Hamilton street. Price
Five room cottage on Gflrllngton
street, city of L?ntens. Price only
$ l ,600.00
61 ac es land hounded by lands of
Hoheit Nash and others. Price $20.00
121 acres land, bounded by lands of
,T. N. Leak, ('apt. Martin and other,
6-rooin collage, one lenant house,
Price $30,00 t)"r acre.
I twelve loom dwelling with water
works fronting North Harper street,
known as Owitlgs' hoarding house.
Pl'ICO and tot ins made i Igbt.
200 acres line farm hind, - I 2 Mile
of Lau tens, on rohd loadit :? to (Mil
toil. ? mile of I 'in I. s station, seven
hoj.-e farm in cultivation. Good dwell:
im; and tenant ho.u ? ? ! ? >< o and
tern. nuido right,
of Lnnford, room tlw ? .1 .? I n haut
hoil e, out huildin. . Prlco | lOO.OO,
l'J7 acres land, bounded i\ IntdlS ot
S. II. and M. 10, John on, otto mile <?'
Friendship church, Sullivan town i; '
Two rlwclllng? cedit >>?,<. ?i>)(| .. ?
buildings. I'rlco $30.00 per aci ??
.'.no acre;;, ', mllOS from Cify of LnU
retis. bounded by lands ol A. Ifufl
.lohn Brown <fr Bailey laud, ,x hors?
farm in cultivation, well supplied with
tenant heuses. Pl'loo right and Una.
L"JK acres land, hounded by lands o'
Daniel South, Davis land, Miss We \
and others, known as the Collen I.ark
homestead, 7-room dwelling and 3 ten
ant houses. Price made right. Terms
313 acres land, 1% miles below J.
D. Mi Shaw's place, good dwell !.ig and
barn; 5 tenant houses, 246 acres In
cultivation, good school near by; 2\j
miles to Waterloo, sarno distance to
Cold Point. Prlco $35.00 aero. Good
If you do not see listed above what you need, see me nnd ! will trv and jret
it for you. I .et your wants be known. If you have land to sell, place It in rm
hands. People come to me for land.
Gray Court, S. C