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Mr. v. Cunteronl Will Take Charge of
the Opern House.
Mr. V. Cameronl, high wire artist
and athlete, lias taken over the man
agement of the opera houso and will
hereafter he in charge. He Intends
running a moving picture show every
night except when other attractions
are hooked. lie has seen considerable
experience in the show world, having
given numbers of exhibitions in many
of the larger cities of the North and
at the Jamestown IDxposition.
Mr. Cameronl is a native of Glas
gow, Scotland, and has traveled all
over the world. He came here to fill
an engagement Monday night and
when offered the management of the
opera house ncepted It,
Ho promises llrst class pictures,
and, when well established, vaudeville
attractions. The moving picture show
began last night and will continue
In the future.
ONLY 50 CENTS.
That's all It Costs to Get Hid of In
All stomach misery will go in live
mlautes if you will put faith in Ml
O.NA stomach tablets which the Lau
roiiR Drug Co. thing so well of that
thoy guarantee them to cure any stom
ach ailment, or money back.
After using MI-O-NA for one short
day you will rejoice and be sincerely
thankful that at last you have found
a prescription thai acts quickly and
beneficially on the stomach.
Just as soon as you start to take
Ml-O-NA stomach tablets fermenta
tion of food will be a thing of the past
Waterbrash, pain in the stomach,
belching of gas and heartburn will
disappear, and in a few days danger
of dizziness, biliousness, nervousness
and sick headache will vanish.
Large box for 50 cents at Laurons
Drug Co. and druggists everywhere.
? SPECIAL NOTICES. |
Seed Wheat?The Byrdvlllo Dairy
and Stock farm has i?rv bushels of
Blue Stem wheat for sale. \V. D. Byrd,
Laurens, K. F, L>. No. J. Vtf
We are . lOHitlR * tit our Luthe
Stock and will save you money on all
goods In our lino, be sure,and see us.
The t'aiue & Pitts Furniture Co., Lau
rens, S. C.
Notice?Largo monument and un
veiling scene photographs. 25 cents
each at Mct'ord's Studio., Lau rens, S.
For Sale -Seed oats?applor and red
rust proof oats, at Tue per bushel. Ap
nly to A. P. Fuller, Mountville, S. C.
Big Money?We want an agent in
??very town; salary and commission;
references required; ror full particu
lars, address Subscription Dept., Na
tional Sportsman. Inc., 75 Federal St.,
Huston, Muss. 13-6t
Uoinir Out of Hiislncss. See us be
fore you buy your Funflture, Cook
Stoves. Ranges, etc. The Cains &
Pitts Furniture Co., Laurens, S. C.
For Sale 17 1'..acres /of land on
South Harper street, Laurens, S. C.
with live room dwelling On edge of city
limits. Apply to W. C. irby, Jr. IG-tf
Closing Out. -Stock must lie sold.
Sei- us before you buy. The ('nine &
Pitts Furniture Co., Uaurens, B.C. /
Notice We have 1.000 bushel* or
different varieties seed wheat for sale.
$1.25 to $2.00 per bushel. Smith Mer
chantile Co., Kinard, S. C. 16-3tpd
Trespass Notice*?All parties are
hereby warned not to hunt or other
wise trespass <m our lands, ,1. \V, Wof.
ford. J. S. .Machen. l?-2tpd
$s<UMI per month straight salary and j
expenses, to men with rig. to intro
duce our Poultry Remedies. Don't
answer unless1 you mean business.
Eureka Poultry Food Mfg. Co. (Incor
porated) Fast St. Louis. III. 17-lt
Cabbage Plants ?We have several
millions of Cabbage Plants now ready
for setting. These plants are grown
from seed selected by a specialist, and
will withstand the lowest temperature
and Wild, MAKE 11 FADS. All the
TIME TD SET FOR F.AUT.V SPUING
HEADING. PRICES: KOO for 75c,
i Smallest order); 1,000 to i.ooo at
$1.25 per thousand; 5.000 to 9.000 at
$1.00 per thousand. Cash. PIEDMONT
IM.ANT CO., GREENVILLE, S. ( . 17-tf
The people are calling for Ot/pyrlghl
Merchants must buy it. COPYRIGHT
When! Seed for Sale. I have some
blue stem seed wheat for sale yet. at
$1.50 per bushel. M. A. SuniPiel.
Route 2. Laurens. s. c. "ix-it pd
For Sale hot on Main Street ad
joining lot ot Mr. MnuBol Owlngs, con
tains one and one-third acrds, This
i. one ot the few lots on Main street
now for sale. Apply to H. Y. Simp
sou l s-:;t
Five cars Copyright Floui jbat ar
rived in Laurens. one at Clinton, one
at Cross IIIII.
Lost?an overcoat last Friday. Nov.
25, on road between Mrs. Ann Benja
min's and W D. Myrd's of W. .1. Cope
Inild's. Suitable reward n returned
to Wellie Q. McDaniel, Rural Carrier |
No. ::. is.n
Wauled Every farmer in the coun
ty to send us his name and address
also his neighbors and we] will send
hint a good farm paper onq >' ar free.
We also invite you if yon omo to
the Coin Exposition to call and in
spect our line of farm Implements.
Ruff Hdw. Co. Columbia. S C. 18-21
Notice Mr. Stegall, the pony man
from Louisiana Is at Martin's stables,
with a ear foad of Louisiana Marsh
ponies and mules. 18-lt
if ASTER WILLIE T. WOLFF
CHAMPION COHN KAISER.
(Continued from page one.)
Mr. W. c. Wharton. of Waterloo,
offered three prizes for the three largo
est yields of corn grown from the use
Of fertilizer sold by him.
Following are the winners in that
1st. prize. ."> sacks of Fertilizer: Wil
2nd. prize. :; sacks 01 fertilizer: W.
oi-d prize, 2 sacks of fertilizer: .1.
Mr. .!. w Thompson also generously
offered prizes for the boys making the
largest yields on land fertilized with
the product which he sells. Following
are the winners in that contest:
1st. prize D sacks of fertilizer: Hum
2nd. prize. :, sacks of fertilizer: Fin
Ilrd prize. 2 sacks of fertilizer: Carl
Besides these prizes there were priz
es offered by enterprising merchants
of the city for the most economical
yield of corn. As evidently the young
coin growers had misunderstood the
COSts to be taken into consideration
in the tabulation of the expense, the
judges felt that justice would not be
done if they made the awards. Con
sequently the prizes In these contests
were not awarded. At H would require
a great deal of work on the part of the
judges and contestants and would
cause a deal of confusion to find the
winners in this contest these awards
will not be made.
Following the awarding of prizes
the Corn fair came to an end.
The fair was a great success in ev
ery particular and ttie fine showing
made is due to the untiring efforts
put forth by Superintendent of Educa
tion Ceorge L. Pitts. He has worked
incessantly during the entire year In
the effort to have a creditable exhibit
ami to get the people enthused over
modern methods of agriculture. It is
Iiis intention to go still further and
carry the exhibits to the Corn Ex
position in Columbia in December,
where he expects to carry off several
prizes for the Laurens county boys
So successful was this first corn ex
hibit that numbers of prominent men
in the county have already commenced
to talk of a big county fair next fall.
Laurens county is in a position to
have one of the best fairs in the State
and these men are determined that
a big agricultural and stock exhibit
shall be held next year.
Leap's Prolific Wheat.
The Most Prolific and
Best oi Milling Wheats
Yields reported from our custom
ers from twenty-five to fifty-two
bushels per acre." When grown side
by side with other kinds tins splen
did beardless wheat yielded from
live to eighteen bushels more per
acre on same land and under sams
conditions as other standard wheats.
Wherever grown it is superseding
all other kinds and it should be
sown universally by wheat growers
Wriee for juice and "Wood's Crop
Specie!'' which contains new anu
valuable artiele, "How to grow big
crops of wheat.''
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, -- Richmond* Va.
We arc headquarters for
Farm S< <? !?. Grass and Clover Seeds,
Winter V -tches. Dwarf Essex Rape,
Seed Wheat. Oats, Rye, Barley, etc
Descriptive Fall Catalog mailed free.
When yoa feel
vons. tired, worried or despondent it i-= a
sure sign you need MOTTS NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew the normal viper acd
make life worth living. Be sure and ask fjr
Mott's Nerverine Pills K^JJj^
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Prop... CleTeUnd, Ohio
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
? WHEAT WHEAT WHEAT |
? 1000 Bushels Seed for Sale. ?
? Uncleaned Home Raised. $1.25 bushel &
? Ret leaned Home Raised. $1.50 bushel #
? Bearded Fulcaster. $1.50 bushel ?
J Red May.- $1.75 bushel ?
J Purple Straw. $1.75 bushe! 2
? Klondyke. $2.00 bushel ?
J 600 bushels above Wheat just arrived from ?
J T. W. Wood & Son. 5
: SMITH MERCANTILE CO. |
? Kinards, S. C. ?
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business j
I DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office in Simmons Building*
j Phone: Offico No. 80; Residence ^19'
Look for This Sign t&iAi FOR SALE
ON LEADING ALL OVER
GARAGES THE WORLD
Michelin was the first to manufacture pneumatic
automobile tires and now produces more
than half of the tires made in the world.
IN STOCK BY
W. P. HUDGENS
LAURENS, S. C.
Here is Money For You in Bunches
Money saved is money made, if you want to stretch your bank account attend the most unusual sale.
For a special reason we've again lowered the prices to a dangerous level, we are determined to produce a
certain amount of business and to do it the reduction was necessary. We say to you without fear of
contradiction, no matter what the price is elsewhere, we will sell it cheaper.
Don't be misled by beautiful painted pictures of the greatest clothing bargains in town. Just step
around to Tribble's and take a look, compare the values, then decide.
Remember the Place, TRIBBLES
- ? - ? ? .
You can bet you are in the right place when you come to Tribble's. Don't forget the reason
Clothing at rock bottom prices will be found here. Do not let such a great opportunity pass you by
Fit Best, SHOES, Wear Longer
Tribble Clothing Company
Laurens, South Carolina