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Ithrnmatiam nail niood niaeaar?
The cause of rheumatlHm lit excesg
uric acid In tlio blood. To cure rheu
matism this .1. i<i must be expelled from
the system. Kheumatlsm Is an Inter
nal disease and requires an Internal
remedy. Kubblng with oils and lini
ments may chho the pain, but they will
no more euro rheumatism than paint
will change, the fiber of rotten wood.
( urea Hhrynatlna To Star ?Tured.
Bclence ban discovered a perfect and
complete cure called Kheumaolde. Test
ed In hundreds of cases. It hus effected
marvelous cures. Itheumuclde removes
the cause, RetH at tho joints from the
Inside, sweeps the poisons out of the
xystem, tones up the stomach, regulates
the bowels and kidneys. Hold by drug
gists at >??. and II; In the tablet form
at 2Sc. nnd GOo., by mull. Hooklet free.
Ilobbltt Clwinleol Co.. Hultlmore, Md.
tiets At The Joint? From The Inalde.
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens, S. ('.
You'll be Dead
a Long Time
so you had better keep alive and
well as long as you can.
That means you want to get
rid of that cough or cold that's
been hanging on for weeks, and
get rid of it right away.
Wc sell many good cough
Roxall Cherry Jute?
Cough Syrup will cure the
most stubborn cough, hoarse
ness or core throat. Has a de
lightful flavor, is mcst palatable,
and gives immediate relief. If
one bottle doesn't completely
cure your cough bring back tho
empty bottle and we'll return
your money. Three sizes, tho
larger sizes moot economical to
buy?25c, 50c. and $1.00.
Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
King of Externals
Sells itself wherever
have tried to imitate,
and substitution has
been attempted. But
Once COWANS always
Gowans for infiamnatior!
tin (Jownws Preparation tor
lamination, especially of tin'
throat mill chtisti Wo hnyf sohl
(Jow/ins Preparation for tnnny
years and never Imil .?? rot iplaint,
UUHLIS?TOX DitUti CO.,
Hurling ton, .V. ('.
BUY TO-DAY! HAVE IT IN THE HOME
All Druddlata SI. COo. ~."?o.
LCOWAN MCPICALCO.. DURHAM, N. C.
tairanlttd, iitd meiw? tttoniti b? raw Oivctitl
Farm and Garden
have an established reputation
extending over thirty years, be
in*.; planted and used extensively
by tho best l aruicrsand Garden
ers throughout the Middle and
Wood's New for 1911 will
Seed Catalog |jc|p you to
*" determine as
to what crops and seeds to plant
for success and profit. Our pub
lications have long been noted
for the full and complete infor
mation which they give.
Catalog mailed free on
request. Write for it.
T. W. WOOD O SONS.
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pilo Olntmont win euro
Tllind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. Jt ;?.!>
anrbs tho tun ors, allays Itching at once,
nets nft a poultice, /:!vor Instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pilo Ojntmont In pro?
pared for Piles and Itching ?>f tho private
pnrtf. DriigKlsts mall ROc nnd $1.00.
WILLIAMS IIW en . p. Cleveland, Ohio
LAURENS iHtHJ , >>.
Laurens, S. ('.
>EWS FROM ( i?>SS HILL.
Prominent Firm Makes Change?Elec
tion for School Trustees Held Sut
Cross Hill. Jan. HO.?Mr. J. E. Ira
nian of the firm of Rasor, Leaman
&. Denny, has sold his interest to Mr.
Marvin Anderson. The nrm n.iw is
Rasur. Anderson & Denny.
Mr. Floyd Spearman haB sold his
stock of goods to Mr. Douglas Chap
man. Mr. Chapman will continue the
business tit the same place.
Mr. Robert Carley will open up
goods In one of Dr. Miller's brick
stores on "Miller Row".
Miss Mattie Mae Neville, one or our
popular teaches in the school here,
lost a gold watch with a gold pin
on the fob last Thursday. She is sure
she had tho watch when she left
school. She walked to Mr. R. A. Aus
tin's, her boarding place, and went
immediately down town rldlns in a
buggy. She missed her watch when
In a store. The watch was prized
very highly because it was a present
/torn her mother when she graduated.
It is hoped that whoever llnds It will
return It to Miss Neville. ?
Master eCorge Martin, son of Rev.
J. A. Martin, had a bone of his arm
broken In a tumble playing foot ball
The young ladles of our town have
organized a Walking club for recrea
tion and ?>:erc'se. Thev have ten ov
?nc re members and are out every Fri
Prof. Parrott received a splendid
state Hag last week presented to ie
school by Dr. J. H. Miller. The flag
has been put in place and is now wav
ing to the breeze. It is a beauty,
manufactured at Clomson and is about
eight by three feet.
An election was held for school
trustees last Saturday. It. A. Aus
tin. .1. W. Simmons. T. M. Pinson, it.
A. Boyce, L. s. Pinson. Jno. \V. Han
no and W. 10. Griffin were elected.
Mrs. R. C. Davenport is with the
family of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Daven
port for a visit.
Mr. Austin Leaman graduated at
Draughans business college of Co
lumbia last week. IIa will accept a
position with a prominent Arm in
Columbia and go to work at once.
INTEREST I \G EXE ROSES.
I'imrod Literary Soclctj of Rock
Bridge School Raises Money for
The Timrod Literary Society, which
was organized at tbe beginning of
the session of the Rock Hridge school.
Is doing good work. The teacher.
Miss Janye Garllngton leaves the
work of tbe society entirely in tbe
hands of the pupils. Tbe pupils de
cided to rive the money raised by the
society to the Arlington monument
Last Friday afternoon. after the
business session, the following inter
esting programme of great painters,
"Life of Carol" by Frank Simpson.
Sir Joshua Reynold's Aurels"
Heads'" by Nannie R die Voting.
"Life of Madame Lebrem" by Roy
"Paintings of Rosa Bonheur" Km
Fine Mutter Record.
Mr. A. L. Nash, who lives out on
Route No. L was in the city Satur
day. In speaking about the Butter
Lcoulest which is to ;>e held in Co.
j lumbia this week. Mr. Nash said that
, during the year 1910 he sold from one
cow 200 pounds of butter and dur
ing 1909 he sold 1ST pounds. He got
an average of 20 cents a pound for
it. He also said that In February of
I i310 he killed a pig 7 months old that
weighed 30*1 pounds and in 1909 he
killed one r, months old that weighed
That is a pretty good record foi
cows and pigs and perhaps will bo
hard io I) 'at.
This is unusually pretty weather
and the farmers are taking advantage
of it getting their ploughing done.
Dr. Cooper has been unite busy tho
past week bill reports bis patients
Mr. Paul Coop or, one of Lanrens"
young business men. made a short
Visit to our town last week.
Mrs. Susan Phillips, of the Friend
ship section, spent a few days with
relatives here last week.
Mrs. T. C. McDanh: ami children
Bpenl Sunday with her parents near
Miss Grace and Lonie Cooper spent
Sunday with Miss Laurence Culbert
Will Move to Met oil.
Mr and Mrs. J, A. Copeiand. it is
stated, will move to McColl, Marlboro
county, some time this month per*
haps about the 16th, for the purpose
1 of taking charge o? ai tlOtel at that
place. For a number of years Mi
Copeiand has conducted a prlvai
' hoarding house which she owns on
, West Main street, and the fact that
she and her interesting family are to
I leave Laurens causes surprise as well
MAKE CONCRETE DRAIN TILE
On* M?chlno Will Turn Out Quit* ?
Large Number Each Day of
Any 8lz* Required.
For the core a five-inch length of
?tore pipe la used. This la cut 20
Inchon Ion?, or two Inches longer than
the tile la to be made. A circle la
cut from a board to fit Into the bot
tom of thla pipe, where It la fasten
ed, aays the Orange Judd Farmer. In
the center of same a bolt la placed
?which acts.a*, a pin, going through the
molding'board or pallet and thus In
suring setting the core in correct po
sition. The top la finished with a
block to fit into same, as shown, with
a ring and bolt to draw ouV core from
the completed tile.
The outside form la made of heavy
sheet iron and is eight Inches In diam
eter and 18 inches high, which makes
the wtills of tile \% inches thick. This
requires a piece of sheet iron 18 by
SZtiMi Inches in size, which you should
have the tinner bend Into a circle or
cylinder form, with the edges over
lapping each other one inch. Exactly
one Inch from each edge of the sheet
Core and Form for Tile.
nail two strips of wood, as shown in
illustration, and to these attach hooks
and eyelets, so when the form is to
gether with the sheet iron lapped one
Inch the hooks are in position to go
This is placed over the core and
held at tbe proper distance from same
by little blocks nailed to pallet on
tbe outside of form or by small nails
driven into pallet. The mortar Is
placed in machine and thoroughly
tamped down. The best mix for this
work is one part, cement to three
parts of coarse sand used with as lit
tle water as possible, just, enough to
wet the concrete.
Ono machine will make a number
of tile each day, as it can be removed
from the tile as soon as molded by
drawing the core first and then un
hooking and removing outside form.
The average cost of five-inch tile 18
inches long made as above Is 8 Vi
cents each; six-inch tile ten cents
each, with sand at 75 cents per cubic
yard, cement $2 per barrel and labor
at $2 a day of ten hours. This same
machine may be constructed in larger
or smaller slue, as requirements de
Close, late pasturing of autumn
sown wheat fields reduces the yield.
Tbe Oklahoma experiment station rec
ommends that stock be taken out of
the wheat Held by March 1 or March
15, nt the latest. If reasonable returns
are to be expected. Tbe quality of
grain deteriorates perceptibly with
late pasturage. Pasturing wheat when
the ground is very wet will have a
tendency to lower the yield of grain,
and at the same time injure the tex
ture of the soil, ruder favorable sea
son conditions wheat frequently makes
a very heavy growth and In these
cases it is advantageous to pasture.
Sheep arc timid, nervous creatures,
and all oxcltemont and roughness
should be avoided in handling them,
The young hen is usually the best
The hog responds readily to good
?rbod sows ought 10 have a feed of
The first shoeing of a colt Is the
most Important of all.
Filth In the poultry yards and 1
houses invites disease.
Fare air without draft is the solu
tion of health in tbe hen house.
: Tho Inns that must light lice and
j mites are usually poor producers.
Never cut a limb Irom a fruit treo
1 unless you know just why you do It.
An orchard neglected for one year
virtually puts It back three years.
Tho heifers should freshen early, at
two to two and one-half years of age.
Tho breeding ewes and store sheep
remain as long as possible In the pas
Tho breeder of fancy sheep finds
It almost impossible to cell a ram thin
As every ono knows, tho best time
to train an animal Is while ho Is
Training the cow to be a good
milker should begin with tbe rearing
of tho calf.
Do not neglect to give each horse a
chance to drink the last thing at night,
oven if tho weather Is cool.
Jerk tho nervous and skittish horso
every time he shies, thereby showing
yourself to bo a bigger fool than the
For the first two or three weeks tho
calf should be fed at least three times
i a day on warm milk taken direct
I from the cow.
PADDED SUIT FOR AVIATORS
?afety Jacket and Headpiece Among
Lateet Device? Invented for Pro
tection of Airman.
Among the many devices for the
protection of aviators in caae of fail
exhibited at the recent International
congress of Aerial leagues at Bou
logne was a padded jacket and head
piece, says Popular Mechanics.
The headpiece protects the head, neck
and lower part of the face, only leav
ing the eyes and nose exposed.
In the teats, the Inventor of the
Jacket hurled himself head first,
against a rough stone In one of the
Padded Jackets for Aviators.
city's walls and suffered no harm from
the Impact. The outfit, however, la
very cumbersome, ns the padding of
the jacket nnd headpiece Is six inches
Another interesting device brought
forward was a parachute which will
open fully after a fall of 80 feet. The
old-style parachutes required a fall
of several hundred feet before open
ing. The possibilities of the new para
chute were personally demonstrated
by the Inventor, who dropped from an
elevation 30 feet high with It.
MASSEUR THAT IS AUTOMATIC
Large Leather Knoba Turned by Re
volving Wheel Knead 8tomach In
Way to Stimulate Blood.
There Is no longer any necessity
for paying an expensive Swedish
rough house artist several dollars
every time you want a massage. ' A
machine has been invented which, it
is claimed, will do the work Just as
well and cheaper In the long run.
Thin machine Is fastened to an up
right, which in turn Is fastened to
a platform, so walls need not be
marred. A wheel with largo leather
covered knobs on the ends of its
Bpokes project a foot or so, and
this Ik revolved by turning two han
dles. The patient, or subject, stands
in front of the wheel with his ab
domen just touching the wheel
which, by the way. can be adjusted
to a height to suit the user. He
then turns tho handles, and the
wheel revolves, tho balls passing
over his stomach and kneading It
An Automatic Masseur.
in a way to stimulate tho circulation
of the blood and Impart a healthy
action to the liver and other organs.
Another use for ibis device is lor
tho reduction of adipose tissue nnd
tho consequent reducing of a too
Sex in Handwriting.
That it la possible to determine box
from handwriting In perhaps eighty
out of ouo hundred Is a conclusion
reached by Miss Juno B. Downey
from nn examination of tho Writing
of 200 persons. Tho specimens wero
submitted to two "professional gra
phologists," ns well as to fifteen per
sons ignorant of their art. Tho so
called sex signs nso found to bo large
ly influenced by tho amount of wri
ting done, by age nnd to a certain ex
tont by practise, and by professional
requirements, ns In the conventional
writing of teachers and tho rapid
hand of bookkeepers.
Famous Enrjlish Clock.
The famous cloc k of Hampton Court
pnlace, England, 1? said by many su
perstitious people to Stop when n per
son long a resident in tho ensile dies.
The flrst Instance recorded Is that of
Anne of Denmark, queen of James I.
The clock, which was striking four at
the moment, immediately stopped.
Cher Instances are dud.
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NOTICE OF ELECTION. ,
State of South Carolina,
County of Luurcns. i
Whereas, petitions signed by more
than one third of the qualified electors
and freeholders, residents of Youngn
School District No. 1. Lauren? Coun
ty, South Carolina, asking for an elec
tion upon the question of voting *
three (3) mill tax upon the'property
In said school district to be used for
school purposes hnve been filed with
the County Board of Education, mi
election is hereby Ordered 'upon said
question, said election to be held oil
the 18th day of February, 1911, at
Stewarts Store, under the manage
ment of the school trustees of said
Only such electors as return real or
personal property for taxation und
who exhibit their lax receipts and
registration certificates as require*!
In the general election shall be al
lowed to vote.
Those favoring the tax shall vol.?
a ballot with the word "Yes" written
or printed thereon. Tho?e who op
nose the tax shall vote a ballot with
the word "No' written or printed
thereon. Pells shall open at the houi
of 8 o'clock In the forenoon :.nd sbulf
remain open until the hour of 4 o'clock
in the afternoon when they shall he
closed and the ballots counted.
The trustees shall report the result a
of the election to the county superin
tendent of education and to the coun
ty Auditor within ten days thereafter.
Ceo. L. Pitts.
27-iit Co. Supt. of Education
Take notice that on the 23rd day of
February. I will render a Ilnal ac
count of my acts and doings as Ad
minlstrator of the estate of W. It.
Qarrett, deceased, In the office of the
Judge of Probate of Laurens county,
at 11 o'clock, a. in., and on the same
day will apply for a final discharge
from my trusts as Administrator.
Any persons indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate wilt
deliver them on or before said dale,
dply proven, or be forever barred.
C. W. darret;.
January IS. 1011.?1 mo.
License Fees for Hawkers und Ped
dlers in Laurens County for She
Year A. I). 1911.
State of South Carolina.
County of Laurens.
By virtue of an Act of the General
Assembly of South Carolina provid
ing therefor; Be It resolved by the
Hoard of County Commissioners of
Laurens County, In tho State of South
Carolina, in regular annual meeting
assembled; That the license fees to
be paid by hawkers and peddlers dolnr,
business within said county during,
the year A. D. 1911 be and the same
are hereby fixed in the following
amounts, to wit:
For peddlers of merchandise, on
foot, Fifteen Dollars; Peddlers ol
merchandise in one horse wagon Fif
ty Dollars; Peddlers of merchandise
in two horse wagons, Sov^.ity Dollarn;
For peddlers of stoves or ranges, for
the first wagon Seventy Dollars, and
for each additional wagon operated
by the same firm, Fifty Dollars. Foi
peddlers of clocks, for the first wagon
Fifty Dollars, and for each additional
wagon Thirty Dollars; For peddler.:
Of lightning rods. Twenty Dollars I'm
the first wagon, and Ten Dollars foi
each additional wagon. For peddietu
of spectac les, on foot. Seven Dollars
and Fifty cents; peddlers of spectn
clos In vehicle, Fifteen Dollars; Ped
diets of sewing machines, Fifty Dol
la is for the lirst wagon, and for each
additional wagon Thirty Dollars; For
peddlers of pianos or organs, for each
one horse wngOII 101 gilt y Dollars, and
for each two horse wagon. One Hun
died and Twenty Dollars. All li
censes will be issued by (he Clerk
of Court of said county to be of foroo
and effect until the IHst day of De
combor, A. D. 1911, as provided bv
Done in regular annual meeting ai
Laurens. S. c, tills 5th day of January
A. I). 1911.
Utest: II. p,. Humbert.
Messer Babb Supervisor
(Merk of the Hoard. 25-4t
The auditor's Office Will be open
from the lust of January to the 20th
of February, Hill, to make returns ol
all personal property for taxation anil
wherever Changes have been made in
All nn.lo Citizens between the ng ?>;
f.f 111 and no yours on the Ih( of Jaii'i
"ary, oxeept those who ate Incapable
of earning a support from being maim
ed or from other causes, are deemed
polls. Confederate veterans excepted
! All tnxjayers are required to give
Township and No <-f School District;
?dsn stale whether properly is situated
in town or country. Bach lot. tract
or parcel of laiul must bo entered
After the 20th of February, 50 per
cent penalty will be attached for fail
ure to make returns.
?I. ROSS DORROH
Dec. 9, 1910?td.
jover 66 years'
Anvonn nnnrilng ft okolrti nn<t rtcrrlptlnn mnj
nnl.'kly (uirurodn <?,r Opinion froo ffficlhor (tit
iivenllon in nn.tinMy niiiontnhio. Communion
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?entrroe. ??Mo? aueiier tot nnnumia patent*.
I Moni? taken thrmuii Munu ,t to, rcci-tve
tptCtalnotUe, wuimntcimruo, In tho
A bnnilanmplf WnMrftlOd wi?pk1t. l.nrrcst rlr
dilation ,,f nny c. l?.inno- Imininl, Torn ? l.'l i?
niYlilil'o'n'k"'*1, b* 1 ,",n'"1''"11'"'
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Branch om< <>. &j v h:.. Washington, i>.c.