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Some shoes always look neat and nifty.
Some shoes look shabby in short order
after they begin to see service. The
woman whose shoes retain their fine lines
and good looks after two months of wear,
either paid four or five dollars for them
or else she Wears
$2.00 Shoe $2.50
Ordinarily a $2.00 shoe is very
ordinary. When the looks are gone
the shoe is gone. The Southern
Girl Shoe at $2.00 is an extraordinary
value. It looks good as long as you
wear it, and you will still be wear
ing it when your neighbor who
may have bought some other shoe
at the same time is obliged to buy
new ones. We use only the
best hides for vamps and tops,
and the best sole leather
money can buy. We have
a dealer in your town.
Look for the Red Bell
on the box.
This same shoe in our
"Autograph" Brand, $2.50
?$3.00, im Goodyear Welt
Sewed: in our College
Woman's Walking Shoe it
equals the bent custom make.
Buy your Guano from the Old Reliable Manufacturer S
of High-grade Fertilizers, The Georgia Chemical Works,
of Augusta, Georgia, who have been manufacturing first
class Guanos for 38 years. They make 50 or more diiTeren
brands of fine Guano. They know your wants, because
they have the experience. Can buy from them Special
Peruvian Compound, Crown Guano, Sea Gull, Mascot,
Blood and Bone, Polapsco, and many other well-known
brands. None better otr earth. Then look well to your
interest and write Georgia Chemical Works, Augusta, Ga.,
for prices, or sec your old friend, Geo. S. McCravy, Laurens,
S. C, who will be pleased to quote you prices.
Remember the prizes for the best acre of Corn raised
in Laurens County, in 1910, was awarded to Willie Wolff,
and he used our Guano. Address?
The Georgia Chemical Works
Geo. S. McCravy, Agent
Laurens, S. C.
New Spring Goods
I have just received my New Spring Samples
which includes all the
and made up by the Latest Fashion Plates. Come
and look them over.
You ladies, who have pale faces, sallow complexions,
dark circles tinder eyes, drawn features and tired, worn
out expressions, you need a tonic.
The tonic you need is Cardui, the woman's tonic.
It is the best tonic for women, because its ingredients
are specifically adapted for women's needs. They act on
the womanly organs and help to give needed strength and
vitality to the worn-out womanly trame.
Cardui is a vegetable medicine. It contain? no min
erals, no iron, no potassium, no lime, no glycerin, no dan
gerous, or habit-forming drugs of any kind.
It is perfectly harmless and safe, for young and old to use.
The Woman's Tonic
"After my doctor had done all he said he could for me,"
writes, Mrs. win. Hilliard, of Mountainburg, Ark., "1 took Car
dui, oft the advice of a friend, and it helped me so much.
"Before taking Cardui, I had suffered from female
(rouble* for five years, but since taking it, 1 am in good health.
"I think there is some of the best advice in your book
that I ever saw." Your druggist setts Cardui. Try it
Writ* to: Udic*' AavUury Dept.. Chattana*? Medicine Co.. Chattan?**. Teno.,
lor Hfxcial Inttrucilont, tad W-paie bcxJY, "Hone Treatment lor women.' aeaCwee.
A DELIGHTFUL TOUR,
To tho Pacitlc Coast and Throngh
Velin?stone National Park in a- Spe
Arrangements have been completed
with the Seaboard Air Line Railway
for the most delightful and instruc
tive tour through tho great West to
the Pacific Coast and through the Yel
lowstone National Park.
The date of this tour has been ar
ranged so as to arrive in San Fran
cisco on June 20th, at which place
four days will be spent, enabling those
Interested in Sunday School work to
attend the 13th. International Sunday
School Convention which will be held
in San Francisco June I'Ot'n-'.'Tth, 1911
This convention meets only once in
every three years, and is the second
largest religious organization of the
world. All delegates attending this
convention are entertained while in
San Francisco on the Harvard plan,
that is, breakfast and lodging being
it is -xlmost impossible to describe
in detail the many attractive features
of this trip?or the numerous points
of itierost that will be taken in. Leav
ing Atlanta June 9;'?. tie trip will be
male direct U Denver?which pint
Will be reached the second morning?
or June 11th?the day will be spent
in Denver sight-seeing. From Denver
to Colorado Springs where two d\vs
w?tl be spent *aking In the numerous
points of interest around that city
such as Cripple Creek Manitou. Chop
onne Canyon and the Garden of the
Gods. The next stop will be made at
Salt Lake City the capltol and metro
polis of the fast developing state of
> Utah. From Salt Lake City to Los
Angeles for two days? -Jntallne Island
and other points of interest near Los
Angeles will be Visited. From Los
, Vngclcs to Santa Barbara thence t:t
Paso Kohles?from Paso Kohles to the
j metropolis of the west?San Francis
co for four days. From San Francisco
to Portland for a day thence Seattle,
a wonderful and most progressive city
i?from Seattle to Yellowstone Nation
al Park for 5Vi days, taking in every
point which means a complete tour
! of the famous park. The next stop
will be made at St. Paul thence Chi
cav>, and Iron Chicago home.
in arranging for this trip tho idea
has been to take in the greatest num.
; her of interesting points in the most
agreeable end comfortable way. With
tins end in view arrangements have
j been made for a special Pullman train
I for the complete tri' ?all ol the de
tails and arrangements have been made
j and anyone joining, this party will be
i relieved of the annoyances and dis?
I comforts usually Inseparable in tak
ing a trip of this character. The cost
will bo $300.00 from Atlanta one to
u berth h uullmnns. and $27">.00 twe
to a berth la Pullmans. This Includes
rai'road and Pullman fare, meals en
route on dining ear, hotel accommo
dations, isht-ser!:if, and side trips?
i excepting expenses while in San Fran
cisco are not Included. No expense
will be spared in making this a most
delightful trip in every respect?the
cost of which is far less than could
be made by an individual.
Complete information can bo had
by applying to Dr. Joseph Rroughton,
Ith. National Bank Building. Atlanta.
01" to C. I). Wayne. Assistant Ceti Mai
Passenger Agent. Seaboard Mr Line
TO EXTEND (J. A Ii. IIY.
Mortgage Has Keen tiled to Lxtcnd
Old Swamp Ihlkbit KoiUl Across (he
A $0,000,000 mortgage has been re
corded in Greenville by the Green
ville & Knoxville Railroad company
to secure bonds to no !ssucd for the
construction of tho lino through to
Knoxvllle fioni the present terminus
at Riverview, -.*> miles from Green
Tie bonds, it is stated, will aggre
gate $40,000 per mho ror construe,
tion. This is taken to mean thai lh<
' road will be built through to Knox
Cllle without further delay. The
mortgage Is given to the Central Bank
and Trust company of Atlanta
The distance to be traversed by the
road is about 200 miles, and its com
pletion win give Greenville n direct
? line to the coal Heids which has been
; so long desired.
The mortgage is signed by w. (I.
Patterson, president of the Green
ville & Knoxville, and D. C. Patt irson,
secretary. The dceii also bears the
; signature of Asa (i C:.ndler, president
of the Atlanta Bank and Trust com
j The road will touch Brovnrd Hen*
; dersonvllle, Ashevlllo. Sevlervllle und
j other towns between the latter point
' and Knoxville.
i A large force of hands is now at
work at Riverview preparing to ex
tend gradlnp work.
Falls Yictlm to Thieve*
8, W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., has
a Justlfleable grievance. Two thieves
stole his health for twelve years. They
were B liver and kidney trouble. Then
Dr. King's New Life Pills throttled
them. He's woll now. Unrivaled for
constipation, Malaria, clladache. Dys.
pepsla. 25c at laurens Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
CREATORE? GREAT BAND,
Will be In Greenwood Sight of Feb.
8th. Ranks With Sousa in the Mus.
The following article from Green
wood Index will bo of particular in
terest to tho music lovers of Luu
rens as they will bo afforded a ohancS
of hearing Creatore's famous band:
Before an audience of 3000 people,
Creatore mado his bow to Richmond
on Monday night and was accorded
such a reception as no musician has
ever before received in that city. He
caught his audience with the very first
number of the program and at the
conclusion of the grent selection from
Carmen, he brought the entire audi
ence to its feet and they not only ap
plauded him but cheered mm most
?ntluisiasticall.?- He was compelled
to come buck three times and bow Iiis
tcknowledgements after the final num
The Times-Disptch Critic says:
'After several years of somewhat ob
servant theatre and concert going 1
cannot recall a more enthusiastic
house than that which gathered at
the City Auditorium last night to hear
Creatore's Hand. Language could not
begin to indicate the tremendous forte,
fortissimo, forsando, bravure, bravls
sima passages with which Signor
Creatore almost lifted the steel roof
from tho Auditorium last night. He
lacked only three or four cannon to
make the most stupendous Fourth of
July triple fortlstsitno ever put over
Wherever Creatore and his Hand
have appeared on this tour they have
been received with such enthusiasm
as no other Band has ever been ac
corded in the South. That they will
receive a similar welcome in this city
when they appear bore on Wednesday.
February 8th at l.ander College goes
W.VKMNU AGAINST AGENTS.
People of this ('01111(3 Warned Vguinst
Buying a Cyclopedia oi Reference.
Having learned that certain travel
ling hook agents have appeared in va
rious towns of South Carolina can
vassing for the "Current Cyclopedia
of Reference," which they r ?present
as an authorized publication of Prince
ton I'nlverslty, it seems to mo due to
the people of these communities that
they be told that Princeton I'li'versi
ty has no connection whatsoever with
this publication nor has she authorlz
ed anyone to act as her agent for ?' !
sale or distribution of any book
other article whatsoever.
Very truly yours,
H. H. FINE,
Dean of the Faculty.
GIFT TO CONNIE MAXWELL.
.Mrs. .1. .1. Mujor Gives $1,000 tn Or
phnuiige to Found Scholarship as
Memorial to Her .Mother.
Greenwood, Jan. Ufi?Superintend
ent Jamison of the Connie Maxw II
orphanage is just in receipt of a lot
j tor enclosing a check for $1,000, given
for the purpose of establishing an
additional scholarship in the InstUu
lion of which he Is the head.
The gift is from a good friend of
(be orphanage. .Mrs. J, J, Major of
Vndorson. This amount is to he In
vested ami the annual income is to
he used in tin* support of an orphan
child. Mm. Major establishes tie
scholarship as a memorial to her de
voted mother and the fund is to be
known as "the Ednllnc Harris schol
arship.'" This form of endowment
im othiR favor those days.
( WSF.N !>:. Pill CK NT til BISK ISF.H
id\ice Concern)mi stomach Troubles
and lion lo Itemed) Them.
Do not neglect indigestion winch
leads to all sorts of ills and compli
cations. An eminent doctoi once Hiild
that ninety-five per cent of all the ills
of thi' h'UUnn body have their origin
in a disordered stomach,
A physician who made a specialty
of stomach troubles, particularly dys
pepsia, after years of study perfected
the formula from which Rcxnll Dys?
!?ei sia Tablets are made,
our experience with Rexall Dyspep
sia Tablets leads us to believe them
to be the greatest remedy known for
the rellel of acute indigestion and
chronic dyspepsia. Tneir Ingredients
are soothing and healing to the In
11? Hied membranes of the stomach.
They are rich In pepsin, one of the
greatest digestive aids known to med
icine. The relief they afford is al
most Immediate. Their use with per?
?bitency and regularity for a short
time Icings about a cessation of the
pulns canned by stomach disorders.
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will In
s-tire healthy appetlf?, aid dlgestlor
and promote nutrition. As evidence
1! our sincere faith In Rexall Dys
pepsia Tablets, wo ask you to try
them at our risk. If they dod not give
von ?ntlr- satisfaction, wo will return
yon the money you paid us for them
withorr question or formality. They
coma Ift three sizes, prices 2fi cents.
f?0 ?Serttfl and $1.00. Remember you
run obtain them only at our stor?
The Rexall store-?The Uturens Ding
Wo are showing unusual values in
Rockers, we have a great variety of
styles and prices.
8k It. A B. II. Wllkes A Co.
?For the Longest
Period of Time??
In a fertilizer wc want, first, Rtsultt?the
verdict of the crop?then to know How Long
will the "good work" continue. Tried out it is proven
that, as a big crop producer and lasting soil improver,
Is Best?Most Enduring
M?it Enduring because non-rcvcrtablc, non-washable, avail
able as needed.
Best for more reasons than that. Our pamphlets, "Thomas
Phosphate and Its Uses" and "Home Mixing," arc free to farmers.
Write for them.
The Coe-Mortimer Co.,
NEW YORK. :: :: CHARLESTON, S. C.
One second-hand Liddell Saw Mill and an
unlimited amount of rough lumber.
1 am prepared to do good work and give good
service to any one wanting sawing done.
William P. Little
Landford Station, South Carolina
I For Sale!
Fred W. Green house and lot on West
Main Street. Formerly owned by J. H.
QT One House and Lot, North Harper Street
containing one-half acre, more or less,
fronting on Harper street 50 or 60 feet.
The Harriett Mills
House and Lot
N. B. DIAL,
C. H. ROPER,
See. & Treas.
Home Trust Co.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
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Surely, you eould not desire a more
practical, more economical, more time,
labor and fuel saving household neces
sity than a
It will Baku and Roast Pood without
heat other than that, supplied by the
patented radiators, which are heated
over a flame in the same manner as an
ordinary flat iron, as well as steam,
stew, boil, etc.
Even the inexperienced cook can
tarn the most excellent baking. The
'?Caloric" requires absolutely no atten
lion after th* raw food in placed into
it?it can't burn.
"Caloric" cooking moans thoroughly
good cooking with all the bother and
worry left out. (V>uld you desire a
more practical, more pleasure giving
Christmas present than a "Calorie"?
Ifn put up in a handnotne, ?peoial
package, fully in keeping with the
Christmas spirit. See it in our win
M. S. BAILEY * SON,
Clinton, S. C.