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LAURENS, S. ( .. FEBRUARY 22, 1911
The Advertiser ?III Ik- giad to
receive the local news of all the
communities !n the county. Cor?
respondents are requested to
sign their name to the contri
butions. Letters should not be
mailed later than Monday morn
The election yesterday threw into i
Qj ? a well rounded and progressive
set Of men. All that we have to say
is that we hope that they will get U>
gether to do something for the town.
Rip Van Winkle was presented at the
Opera House last night. He awoke
after a time. Lets see if we can't
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AGRICULTURE IN THE SCHOOLS.
We would direct the attention of '
the readers of this paper to the let- j
ter written from Winthrop College. It
contains a very interesting Item on
th< Agricultural Course being given
there and which Is also being given
at the University. This course is In
tended to equip the teachers that go
out from these two institutions with
the fundamental ideas of plant growth,
so that they will be able to impart
their knowledge to the scholars all
over the Slate and Cms rurther the
cause of modern agricultural advance
ment. Perhaps no course given at
Winthrop will return so much In ac
tual valuation to the people of the
When all of the colleges of the
State add this course to their cur- ;
riculum and all the teachers of the
State are enabled to give this course
I:i the rural and town schools, a great
step will have been made toward ma
terial advancement, it Is our hop?
that within a very few years every
common school In the State will have
such a department among Its studies.
The magnificent results cannot be
Owlngs. R. F. D. I.
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The ladles of the Royal Florist So
ciety of Owlngs, are having a chapel
erected, which when finished will add
a great deal to the town.
Mr. H. B Humbert surveyed a new
road, last week, between Owlngs and
Durbin Creek Church. When graded
it will be of great benefit to the church
Misses Fannie Sloan and Belle
Nickel.-, were the guests of Misses
Bffle and Nlvria Coo'.: last Saturday
Rev. Dwyer, Who was once a Cath
olic Priest In !?? ly, preached a fine
sermon at Durbln Creek church last
Sunday. The ladns of the Missionary
Society at that place are arranging
for a course of lectures from him the
first of April.
Miss Daisy PUtnam, experts to go
Atlanta in a few days, to purchase
her spring millinery.
Mr. Ludy Curry and Sister have
moved to Owing:-. They are OCCUpy.
Ing the Garrett residence.
The health of the community Is
very good at this time.
THERE'S NO RISK.
If This Medicine Docs Not Benefit Yon
A physician who made a specialty
of stomach troubles, particularly
dyspepsia, after years of study per
fected the 'orciula from which Rex
all Dyspepsia Tablets are made.
Our experience with Rexall Dvs
pepsia Tablets leads us to believe
them to be the greatest remedy known
fsr the relief of acute Indigestion and
chronic dyspe) sla.
Their inirredients are soothing and
benling to the inflamed membranes
of the stomach. They are rich In
pepsin, one of O.c greatest dlsnestlvo
aids known to medicine. The relief
they afford Is almost Immediate, Their
use with persistency and regularity
for a short time brings abouf! a ces
sation of the pains caused by stomach
Rexall Dvspepsla Tablets will in
sure healthy appetite, all digestion
an dpromoto nutrition. As evidence
of otir sincere faith In Rexall Dys
pepsia Tablets we ask you to try them
at our r'sk. If I bey do not give you
entire satisfaction, we will return
you the money you paid us for them,
without question or formality. They
come In three sizes, prices 25 cents,
f.O cents and $1.00. Remember you can
obtain them only at?The Rexall
Store?The laurens Drug Co.
Jones. Feb. 18.?While in Greenwood
recently we met our good friends Mrs.
S. O. Harvey and Mrs. Bieman Alex
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Riley are visit
ing their daughter. Mrs. W. O. McCord.
Miss Lula Morrison and Mr. George
Hughes were married the 12th inst.
and Mr. Walter Rasor and Miss Elea
nor Kinard. of Ninety 81x. on the
15th inst. We extend congratulations
to the happy couples.
Dr. Harper, of Greenwood was here
Mr. Joe Ashley has opened up a
livery business at Ware Shoals.
I Any one in need of first class tei rac
ing will find it to their interest to ? all
on Mr. Thos. Hodges.
The friends of Mr. Wilmot Smith.
! of 1 aureus, will be glad to know that
: he has Accepted a position with Ware
Shoals Manufacturing Co.
We had the pleasure of meeting our
got I friend. Hon. .1. B. Humbert. Of I
Di h eeton recently.
Mrs. G. L. Graham. Miss Hannah
Tolhert and Master Krank Jones visit
ed Laut ens last week.
Messrs. M. Higgins and C. E. Har
per, of Honea Path, were at Ware
Shoals y< sterdav.
In behalf of all car people we return
thanks to :'ll our friends who kindly
helped to have Rasors bridge rebuilt. I
Mrs. .1. T. Daniel, after visiting rel
ative- a1 Laurens. Greenwood. Coro- (
nacn and Jones, ha returnee' to her
hone In Spartanburg
I.argo quantities of fertilizers have
beet: hauled from Ware Shoals.
Messrs Sain Riley and Jesse tfitup
are very successful sportmen.
Messrs. George, Add and Walter
Jones purchased some fine pigs in Co
Mrs. Verrell and Mrs. Sample, of
Greenwood, are visiting Prof. Sam
ple at Ware Shoals.
Biliousness Need No! lie So Common.
Much of the suffering from bilious
attacks can be easily avoided, for the
liver and stomach promptly responds
to proper treatment.
Too t ften people neglect bllious
ness as a minor complaint, forgetting
tin.' acute at acks are only a warning
thai the condition may become chronic
Glyniph's Itiuht-u-vtii) Liver Tunic.
a< Is upon both the liver and stomach.
We have testimonials from some ol
the worst chronic cases in the State
who have been cured of indigestion
when evei.% thing else has been tri.'d
and tailed. Indigestion causes the
liver to become inactive and thereby
causes you to b?come bilious.
Glymph'o Rlght-a.way Liver Tonic
la a genuine Specific for the Liver and ;
Don't suffer from indigestion and
biliousness when you can get well for
Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
News From Rabun.
Mrs. Lula Baldwin and little son.
Joe. were the visitors of Mrs. T. F.
Babb last Monday.
Mrs. J. W. Beason. Misses Vivian
Owens. Mae and Allie Babb were in
Fountain Inn last Wednesday.
Mrs. Emily Woods, of Eden com
munMv, who has been in bad bealthi|
for a good many years, is able to be
out visiting her sisters, Mrs. Rebecca
and Nancy Owens, this week.
Mrs. Li/.iie Cheek and Mrs Nancy
Owens spent last Saturday with Mrs.
T. F. Babb
Mr. Tom llellams, of Texas, is out
on a visit to see his father. Mr. Mllam
Miss Maud Nash of Fountain Inn.
IS Visiting her sister Mrs. Robert
Mr ahtl Mrs. Hue Mahon and fam
ily spent Saturday night with Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Gray, of Gray Court.
Miss Vivian Owens was the visitor '
of Misse,; Mae and Allie Babb Sunday.
Dr. J. A. Fulmer and Mr. James Ma
hnffey of Fountain Inn. made a Hying
visit to Mr. Lewis Mnhaffey's Sunday.
Rev if, L. B?ggott spent Sunday
night with Mr. T F. Babb.
There was a very nice rain here last
\ STEADY DRAIN.
Sick Kidneys Weaken the Whole Body
.<iake You III, Languid and De?
Sick kidneys weaken the body
' through the continual drainage of life
giving aibumerf from the blood Into
the urine, and the substitution of
poisonous uric acid that goes broad
cast through tho system, sowing the
seeds of disease. Loss of albumen
causes weakness, languor, depression.
L'rlc poisoning causes rheumatic pain,
nervousness, nausea, cricks in the
back, gravel and kidney stones. The
proper treatment Is a kidney treat
ment, and the best remedy 1b Doan's
Kidney Pills. Great Laurens cur^s
J. T. 0riffln, of Laurens. 3. C. says:
"Several years ago I was iKitbored by
a l&me an darning back. I heard so
much about Doan's Kidney Pills that
' I decided to give them a trial and
procured a box at the Palmetto Ming
Co. f began .islng them according
lO '!ii?ctlnns and r-oin the results
received, I am wiiiin? to recommend
them, as I have no doubt that they
are a valuable kidney remedy."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mil burn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name?Doan's?end
take no other.
Cross Hill, February 20.?Prof. Par
rott and Misses West, ?es Portes and
Neville, teachers attended the teach
ers meeting at Laurens Saturday.
Misses West and Des Portes spent Fri
day night with Miss Neville at Clin
Mr. S. W. Lowe, rural policeman,
arrested a negro Thad Lewis, in Wa
terloo township last Tuesday and lodg
ed him in the calaboose here. Lewis
was wanted in Greenwood couuty on
the charge of assault with intent to
Mil. The deputy sheriff of Greenwood
county came for him Wednesday.
Mrs. J. B. Rasor and little,daught
er of Greenville, are visiting relatives
Mrs. S. D. Austin spent part of last
week with relatives in Clinton.
Rev. G. M. Hollingsworth preach
ed for the Presbyterians of La Grange.
Georgia, last Sabbath and Rev. Mr.
Pritchett, of the Columbia Theological
seminary, preached for his people here
Mr. Hollingsworth will visit his home
people at Llchonta, Georgia, while he
Mrs. LIztie Bryson returned Satur
day fro man extended visit to her peo
ple in Atlanta.
Mrs. Lena Puckett is visiting rela
tives at Ninety Six.
Mrs. R. C. Davt.iport was a Cross
Hill visitor Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Trannle Black of Lexington
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Black last
Dr. Miller returned from Columbia
Saturday after the adjournment of the
Is Your Skin on Fire I
Hoes it seem to you that you can't
stand another minute of that awful,
That it must be cooled?
That you must have relief?
(Jet a mixture of Oil of Wlnt?rgreen
Thymol, and other soothing Ingre
dients as compounded only in D. I). I).
The very first drops stop that aw
ful binning instantly*
The first drops soothe and heal'
U. l>. D gives you comfort?cleans
es the skin ot all impurities and wash
es away pimples and blotches over
Take our word on It as your local
tier a $1.00 or a L'." cent bottle today.
Sehl by The Laurens Drug Co.
We ar i now showing a nice line of
Davenport Heds at very low prices.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
I PRINCETON PERSONALS |
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Princeton, Feb. 19.?Services were
conducted Sunday morning and night
by the pastor, R. Q. Lee. Among the
visitors who worshiped with us were:
Mr. W. L. Tayor', and Miss Nora, of
Laurens. Mr. Jeter McCuen of Fork
Shoals, Misses May and John McClary
and Miss Mamie Allen of Lickville.
Misses Ellle and Karon Traynham
and Mr. Kelley Traynham, of Honea
Path, spent Suuday here.
Capt. J. B. Humbert made a business
trip to Laurens Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Willis, of Fork
Shoals, spent Suuday with Mr. M. B.
Miss Bessie Gainea gave a party
to the young folks Friday night. Those
1 lljoying this were: Misses Julia Hum
phreys, Estclle Taylor. Annie McCu
en. Pearl McCuen. Cora Medlock,
Pearl Medlock. Sallle Cheek. Nora
Taylor. Bessie Kidgeway and Messrs
John McCuen. Thomas .Freemayi. G.
E. Wei born, Charles and Clary Mc
Cuen. Garvey Rldgeway, Eva.-t Tay
lor and Mr. Meares.
Mr. .). K. Allen of Honea Path, sp.-nt
a few hours here Saturday.
Prof. G. E. Wei bom spent Saturday
and Sunday with friends In Greenville.
Mr. Sloan and Miss Mary Bagwell
attended a valentine party. Tuesday
1 night, given by Miss Jamieson near
! Honea Path.
Mr. .1. T. Machen spent several days
with his son. Rev. J. H. Machen, in
Fountain Inn last week.
Misses Annie and Pearl McCuen at
tended a valentine party at the home
of Mr. .1. L. McCuen in Ware Shoals,
Mr. W. H. Monroe and family spent
Tuesday with Mrs. Monroe's parents
Mr. S. .1. Hurts, near Honea Path.
Mr. Root. McClary. Jr.. and sisters
and Miss Allen of Pelzer spent Satur
day and Sunday with his sist i . Mrs.
Misses Cora and Poarle Medlock of
Fountain Inn. were the guests of Miss
Kstelle Taylor. Friday night.
Rev. R. m. DuBose, accompanied by
his wife and litfl > sons, visited friends
at Gray Court last week.
Miss Maude Machen has returned
home after an extended visit to rela
tives in Fountain Inn.
Mr. John Medlock died last Tuesday
morning at twelvi o'clock. His death
was* caused by a kick from a horse,
which he received Monday morning.
He leaves a wife, who was before ber
marriage, a few months ago. Miss
Pearl Traynhain of Greenville county.
WORLD'S FAMOUS DYSPEPSIA
It Drhes Away Stomuch Distress in a
Few Minutes, Stops Heartburn ana
If you have anything 'he mat?er
with your stomach you ought to know
rjght now that MI-O-NA stomach tab
lets are guaranteed by Laarens Drug
Co. to eure indigestion or any sick
ness caused by Indigestion, such as
Sick headache, biliousness, divzi
ness. nervousness, sour stomach, fer
mentation of food, belching of gas.
heavy feeling at pit of stomach, vom
iting of pregnancy.
If your meals don't digest but 11?
like a lump of lead in your stomach;
if you have foul breath and loss of p.i
petlte, the chances are that a few MI
O-XA tablets will put your stomach
in fine shape in short order.
If you or any ol your family suffer
from stomach trouble of any kind get
a r,u cut box of Ml-O-NA stomach
tablets at once. The Laurens Drug
Co. and druggists everywhere tell
Ml O-.NA on money back plan.
SPECIAL NOTICES. ?
For Sale?Nice Jersey cow and calf.
Calf two months old. Will sell tor \
$23.00. I). B. Todd. Laurens, S. C.
It. P. D. No. 1. "JO-lt pd
For Sale?Car of Mules. Horses and
Hogs, by .1. \V. Lanford, Lanford Sta
tion. S. C. SO-It
Seed t orn?Garrick s Re-IinproYed
Prolific seed corn at $2 the hUshol.
Apply at J. S. Machen & Co.. Lau-,
tens, or A. J. Monroe. Princeton. S. C.
For Sale?Only a limited supplv of]
King's early Improved 'otton seed at
7"> cents per bushel. First come, first
served. W. B. Knight. 29-51
For Sale?Eggs from the purest .
strain of Marred Plymouth Rocks at
$1.00. for 15 eggs. Call on L. S. Ful
ler. Laurens. S. C. 29-2t
Agents Wanted?We want repre
sentatives on every rural route and
in every village in South Carolina to
take subscriptions for THE GEORGIA
CAROLINA AGRICULTURIST AND
WEEKLY CHRONICLE. We pay lib-i
eral commissions. Write for particu
lars to CIRCCLATION MANAGER.
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CULTURIST AND WEEKLY CHRON
ICLE, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. . 26-5t
Cotton Seed?I am agent for the cel.
ebrated King Cotton Seed, direct from
the King Farm. Also 1 year's growth
of same variety at $1.00 per bu. Call
on J. Wade Anderson, Laureus, S. C.I
Big Auction Sale of Shoes, Dry
Goods, Clothing:, Millinery, etc., next
Saturday, Feb. 25th, 1911
This is a Bankrupt Stock in first class
condition that was bought at a sacri=
fice and must be sold Regardless of
Cost. Your price will be ours and you
connot afford to miss this opportunity
of buying the very best goods at the
very Lowest Prices.
In the Dial Block, next door to
W. H. Hudgens & Company is where
the Great Sale comes off.
Laurens Salvage Company
P.S. Come One! Come All!)
Fireless Cook Stove for every
The business man of large or
small affairs, the professional man,
the working man, the of affairs,
the teacher, the rich man, and the
man less well-to-do, all will want a
'Caloric" when they know its ad
vantages to them.
No matter what their occupation
or station in life.
The "Caloric" way
The rich man cares not partic
ularly for the saving, but he wants
hi* food cooked perfectly.
The "Caloric" will
The less well-to-do man wants
his food cooked riffht at a minimum
The "Caloric" will
The professional man, often scien
tifically particular, wants his foou
hygenically cooked ?all the sur
The "Caloric" will
The working woman with limited
time for home affairs wants home
The "Caloric" will
Step in our store and let us show
you what a great convenience as
well as a time, fuel and labor saver
the "Caloric" really is.
FA. S. Bailey & Sons.
Clinton. S. C.
House and lot, on Gast Main street
containing 17 notes with fine house,
barn and other improvements on eas
House and lot on Gaiiingtou street,
cheap for quick sale..
?100 acres near Stomp Springs in
fiu> state of cultivation. :> tenant hou ?
cs. Price $11.eO per acre, one half
cash, balance in 12 months.
128 acres 1 Vi miles of public square,
electric lights and one of the best
farms in the county. $125. per act'.1
one half (ash, balance on easy terms
Several lots on South Harper Street
House and lot on E. Main street 8 I !
acres and lf> room concrete dwolling
, finest place in upper South Carolin."
On easy terms.
321 acres near Darlington station
$10 per aero. *
Two elegant residences on Sullivaoy
street on easy terms.
Ono hundred acres tillable land
within corporato limits of city, very
reasonable and easy terms.
Two elegnnt farms near McDaniel's
mill, well Improved, 72 acres ai 1 62
acres, fine neighborhood, schools and
A number of farms and other prop
erty for sale, see us boforo you pur
chase or soil your property.
Todd Building Laurens, S. 0.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
l,nNI!,l"n,,,, In*h'iii Pilo ointment will euro
Ulliul, HUcdliiK Hint IteblnK Piles. It at)
sorbs tho tumors, allays Itching nt onco,
M * poultlee, gtves Instant relief.
VtlUlnma' Tnrtlun Pile ointment Is pro
pared for Piles nml liebln? of the private
C.1.r!?:.. Mrtisrtrlsts. ninll 60c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MF0. CO.. Proni.. Cleveland. Ohio
LAURENS DRUG vO.
Laurens, S. C.
Just received a big shipment of
Feathers In ton pound sacks, new t'e.i.
thorn, prices low.
S. M. ft E. H. Wilkea ft Co.