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CORN ON THE COB Ib just
as different as can be. It la
sweeter, far more Juicy, the skin
of the kernels Is bo tender It will
break open with the Bllghtoat
pressure of the teeth. Even old
.oiir.ii corn Ib made toothsome.
The difference from the old way
of boiling on tho top of a stove
is almost unbelievable. Really
you will have to try it, we can't
tell you enough hero.
Place thf corn in one of the
"Caloric" utenBilfl, cover it. with
water, add a llttlo BUgar, bring
to a boll and then place in a Cal
oric with one radiator (heated
under kettle while bringing wa
ter to boil.) It will bo ready to
servo in about an hour.
In tho Caloric you can BAKE
and ROAST food In ItH raw state
without first partially cooking
on an ordinary Btovo or without
reheating It before serving, as
well as steam, stew, and boil,
Everything for the table can
be cooked better on the Caloric
cook Btovo than by any other
method. Wo would like to show
and tell you more about them.
We are exclusive agents.
CLINTON, S. C.
800 acres of tho best Improved farm
ing land in tho county cheap. Twen
ty-five horse farm open and twenty
tenant houses, electric lights, water
works. Four miles south-east of the
Twenty-two acres, three miles east
of Laurens at Auld's Cross Roads. In
high state of cultivation and well Im
jproved. At a bargain.
500 acres of fine land on waters of
Llttlo River, 6 miles south of Laurens
C. H. In fine state o fcultivation; 7
horse farm open; cheap and easy
100 small farms wanted for western
House and lot, on East Main street
containing 17 acics with fine house,
barn and other improvements on easy
House and lot on Garlington Ptreet,
cheap for quick sale..
400 acres nenr Stomp Springs in
fine state of cultivation, 5 tenant hous
es. Price $11.50 per acre, one half
cash, balance in 12 months.
125 acres 1 Vi miles of public square,
electric lights and one of the best
farms in the county. si 25. per acre,
one half cash, balnnco on easy terms.
Several lots on South Harper street.
House and lot on E. Main street, 8 1-2
acres and 15 room concreto dwelling;
finest place in upper South Cnrolinn.
On easy terms.
Two elegant residences on Sullivan
street on easy terms.
Ono hundred acres tillable land
within corpornto limits of city, very
reasonable and easy terms.
A number of farms and other prop
erty for sale, see us beffctfe you pur
chase or soil your property.
Todd Building Laurens, S. G.
You Can Save $50?2
On Standard Typewriters
If you intend to buv * typewriter or If the
?hineyou have is worn out, thin In your tppor
Ity to (rot the Kreateat lypcwriUr value over
-cd for tho num. y.
willsavoyou from onc-hnl" to two-thirdx on
t of a Btar.dartl machine.
I ? rnntoe our rol.uitt typewriter* for ono
v ?,)..> i it . ? i v.t .? and do ju/t an
work a* mneh Ini ? r* ar it tt t ho orly ir a I
f the manufacturer.. You con have
makv) t/iowritcr >ou wttx? ro
>vorkmen with n ?kill that makes
nstruction and action.
itr.loifie. No. 61.
Nfi MACHINE COMPANY
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Waterloo, Aug. 12.?The Laurens
county Sunday School convention
closed its annual three days session
here Wednesday. The exercises wore
held in the Methodist church and were
presided over by the president of the
association, Mr. W. Carl Wharton. Dr.
J. 8. Molllt of Ersklne college, Dr.
George n. Cromer, of Newberry col
lege, and Dr Poteat, president of Fur
man university, delivered addresses |
during the meeting. Mr. A. C. Todd
of Laurens was elected the new presi
dent of the association, with Mrs. ft.
10. Babb of Laurens, who Is retained
. The delegates were entertained In
the homes o/ the Waterloo people and
tho meeting throughout Wt : by far
the best the association has ever held.
Miss Mary Smith was the charming
hostess Wednesday evening at a de
lightful old fashioned lawn party. Her
guests numbered about HO and games
of various kinds were enjoyed. Largo
Qeorgla rattlesnake watermelons were
quartered and served as refreshments
Miss Smith is at alt times an ideal
hostess and her entertainments are
enjoyed to the fullest extent.
Mr. Chas. H. Hanks of Savannah,!
was here this week as tho guest of his
uncle. Mr. Clarence runingham.
Dr. and Mrs. J, L. Fennell nre at
home from a visit to Augusta.
Messrs. J. B. Henderson and W. Y.
McNeil are at home from a two weeks
visit to Ashevlllo and Lnke Toxaway.
Mr. 10. M. Henderson has returned
to Florence after a month's visit to
relatives In Waterloo.
Mrs. Elizabeth Pearce is spending
some time with Mr. L. B. Wharton nnd
family at Hendersonvllle, N. r.
Mr. J. H. Lowe, the well known shoe
merchant of Spartanburg was hero
this week on a brief visit to his home
Miss Lula Moore Is visiting friends
Mr. J. M. Pearce has gone to Ashe
vlllo and Hendersonvllle to spend
Mrs. John Harris Wharton and lit
tle daughter are visiting Mr. Hoheit
Wallace and family at Del fast,
Mr. C. W. Long is at home from d
business trip to Atlanta.
Miss Maude Culbertson is visiting!
her plster, Mrs. J, J. Dendy, in Lau
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Leech and fam
ily have returned to Hickory ('.rove.
A WAVE OF CHI.ML'
?VEK THE COUNTY. I
tContinued from page one.)
He was lei out on a bond of $000 nnd
will he tried at the next term of conn.
Dusky .Maidens Fined.
Alpha Austin, Mamie Grant and F.f
tie Cannon were carried before Mag
ist rate Hudgens last week charged
with creating a disturbance at the
[camp meeting which was going on at
Davis Spring. They were lined $7.60
In Police Court.
In addition to the county Cases the
city court has been Hushed with
case. Monday 1011a Smalls, Metta
Downs, Allen Smalls and Walter King
all appeared before Mayor Babb. Wal
?r King had disturbed the domestic
felicity of Allen and Ella Smalls. Al
len Smalls resented the intrusion of
Walter King and gave him a good
hammering with his fist In the ab
sence of other weapons. Mayor Babb
also tacked up a line of $25 or .'10
days on him. He took the days. El
ia Smalls was lined $2."? and Metta
Downs Allen Smalls was lined
$2.50 for disturbing the peace of the
Will Hllson was fined $2.". for gamb
ling and William Woody, Walter Ow
ings. Joo Dean and Press Powers were
fined $10 earn for the same offense,
Jim Dial was given thirty days on the
gang for stealing from S. M. & 10. II.
Wllkos. He had been driving for that
firm for some time nnd took t?e op
portunity to add to his fortune with
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous svs
tem and caused trouble, with your kid
neys nnd bladder? Have you pains In
loins, side, back nnd bladder? Dave you
a flabby appearance of tho face, and un
der the eyes? A frequent desire to pnsa
urine? If so. Williams' Kidney Pills will
cure you?Druggist. Price 60c.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Prop... CUr.Und. Ohio
LAUKENS DHUO CO.
Lumens, S. C.
INTERESTING ITH UK
FROM THE COUNTY.
(Continued froni page one.)
weigher at this place August the 19th.
Mr, R. A. Austin, accompanied by
Misses .Kate Austin, Blanche Pinson
and Mattie May Neville will leave for
Baltimore Wednesday. They will vis
it Washington before they return
Rural Policeman S. W. Lowo arrest
ed two negroes last week for their
Indiscreet use of piBtols on the public
highway. Their pIstolB were forfeited
and they were lined each twenty dol
lars by the maglstrato and ten dollars
each by the town authorities. *~
We had a good rain hero last Wed
nesday with quite a sprinkling of hall
on the north side of town. Wo would
be glad to see another shower today.
Dr. Peak went to a hospital in Co
lumbia last Friday with Miss Annie
Austin. She has a throat trouble.
She had her tonsils removed and came
home Saturday. Mrs. Austin, her moth
er accompanied them.
Mrs. W. C. Rnsor was taken to a
hospital for treatment Saturday. She
is still quite ill.
Dr. J. M. Owens has bought an auto.
Master Robert Nabers of Cllumbla
la with his aunt, Mrs. R. A Austin, for
A number of Cross Hill people at
tended a picnic Saturday at the min
eral spring on "Muddle" creek.
Misses Georgia. Luclle and Mary,
Children of Rev. G. M. Hollingsworth,
have returned from a nice long visit
to their grandmother at Llthonla,
Miss Mamie Pinsln of Greenwood Is
visiting Miss Blanche Pinsln.
Mr. Joe Carter of Clinton, Is spend
ing his vacation with his people here.
Elise, the 10-year-old daughter of
Mr. C. I). Nance was taken extremely
111 Saturday. She was taken to the
hospital Saturday night. It is feared
that slut is suffering with appendicitis.
Dr. C. H. Young and his father, Mr.
Young of Due West were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Austin yester
day. We Joked Mr. Young about their
little railroad from Due West to Don
alds. He said it was a line road and
tho only road in the state that does
pot run cars on Sunday ami that does
hot haul liquor. That is a flue record.
Miss Ltdle Livingston of Newberry
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wade.
Messrs. J. E. Leaman and .1. W. Pin
son have returned from a trip to Bal
timore and Washington.
IT GROWS HAIR,
Here's Some important Ncus for .lien
Yl ho are GrOU lug Raid.
People who have taken our word for
it thai Parisian Sage is the real hair
grower beaut i'lor and dandruff cure
have never been disappointed. Hen 's
the word of a person who took our
"I have been using Carisian Sago
about a vein-. When I began using it
I had only a light "fuzz" on my bead.
Now l have a good thick growth, and
it is growing thicker and longer right
along. Many people don't believe It
can done, bi t 1 know from my own
experience with Parisian Sage that it
can; t can recommend ;t. In the feilest
eon?idenee\ . (laimr Brown, 70S North
F?lmore sc. Idaryvllle. Co.
The above statement was made to Dr
C. D. Koch of the Koch Pharmacy,
Maryvllle. Mo.. April 29. 1911. Barge
bottle 50 cents at Laurens Drug Co.
and druggists everywhere.
Barbecue at MounDllle.
There will be a barbecue and base
ball game given at Mountville, Fri
day, August 18th. It will be given
by F. A. Fuller and M. B. Crisp. A
big crowd Is expected. 3-11
Thirty Year*. Together.
Thirty years of association ?think
of it. How the merit of a good
tiling stands out in that time?or tho
worthlessness of a bad one. So there's
no guesswork in this evidence of Thoa
Ariss. Concord, Mich., who writes:
"I have used Dr. King's New Discov
ery for 30 years, and Its tho best
cough and cold cure I ever used."
Once it finds entrance in a home you
'an t pry it out. Many families have
used it forty years. It's the most
infallible throat and lung medicine on
earth. Bnequnled for lagrippo, as
thma, bay-fever, croup, quinsy or
sore lungs. Price 50c. $1.00. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by Laurens
Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
A well known Dos Moines woman
after suffering miserably for two days
from bowel complaint, was cured by
ono dose of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For
sale by all dealers.
One 8-Room House to Rent.
One 7-Room House to Rent.
One 6-Ro?m House to Rent.
One 3-Room Cottage to Rent.
All of these are modern and close in. Ap
ply to- j
/ ALBERT DIAL.
J MT. OLIVE. I
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Mt. Olive, August 14.?The protract
ed nieetlug at this place closed Sat
urday night. Rev. Brock preached
some fine sermons which were enjoy
ed by large tnd attentive congrega
Mr. Green Madden and family of
Jackson, Ark., are visiting his sister,
Mrs. George Gambrel at this place.
Mr. Madden is a South Carolina boy.
having left here about thirteen years
Misses Inn, Cora and Luelle Trayn
ham of the Frlendsulp section spent
last week bore visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. James Culbertson, of
Greenvlllo county, stent Friday and
Friday night with Mrs. Lizzie Wash
The protracted meeting Is going on
at Mt. Gallagher this week. The pas
tor, Rev. Mr. Cox is assisted by A.
O. Allison of Laurens.
Mrs. Proctor died at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Martin at Mt.
Gallagher Friday and was buried at
Ninety Six Saturday.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County 88.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he Is a senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
In the City of Toledo. County nnd State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me nnd subscribed
In my presence, this 6th day of De
cember, A. D. I8S6.
A. W. Gleason,
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, and acts directly on the
blood nnd mucous surfaces of tho
system. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pilis for con
Solid ear load fine Hall Hacks just
received. We can show you the best
values ever offered in this line of
goods. The prices range from $6.50
& M. & E. II. Wllkes & Co.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pilo Ointment will euro
mind, Bleeding und Itching plica. It ab
Borbs tlie tumors, allays Itching at once,
acts as a poultice, gives Instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre
pared for Piles and itching of tbe private
pnrts. Druggists, mall Me and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Props.. Cleveland, Ohio
LAUKENS DRUG v.0.
Laurens, S. C,
"y^HETHER you wish to express a sentiment,
send a friend a souvenir, or a remem
brance, you can convey your feelings exactly by
selecting a post card from our large and varied
It is easy to show a refined, discriminat
ing taste which will be appreciated by
the one who receives your message, and
insure their keeping it as a pleasant
Distinctive, Attractive Novelties
are found in profusion at our store. The real
value of such things are the expressions they
convey and the good taste they display, other
wise they are worthless and soon forgotten.
DIAL BLOCK LAURENS, 5. C.
For a Few Days Longer We are Going to Sell Our Stock
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Greatly Reduced Prices
There has never been a Greater Bargain Sale
in Laurens than this remarkable Reduction Sale
that we are running now. The stock of Goods
formerly owned by R. E. Copeland is
PERFECT IN EVERY LINE
and the great quantities of Clothing, Shoes and
Hats are being sold at prices that will please any
Remember that "A Penny saved is Penny
Earned" and you can save many pennies here.
The best things are going rapidly, so come now
and get first pick.
Clardy & Wilson
THE SHOE MEN