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CORN ON THE COB Is just
aa different as can bo. it is
sweeter, far more Juicy, the skin
of the kernols is so tonder it will
break open with the slightest
pressure of the teeth. Even old
tough corn Is made toothsome.
The difference from the old way
of boiling on the top of a stove
is almost unbelievable. Really
you will have to try it, we can't
tell you enough hero.
Place the corn In one of the
"Caloric" utensils, cover It with
water, add a little sugar, bring
to a boll and then place in a Cal
oric with one radiator (heated
under kettlo while bringing wa
ter to boll.) It will be ready to
serve in about an hour.
In the Caloric you can BAKE
and ROAST food In Its raw stato
without first partially cooking
on an ordinary stove or without
reheating it before serving, as
well as steam, stew, and boll,
Everything for tho table can
bo cooked better on the Caloric
cook stove than by any other
method. We would like to show
and tell you more about them.
Wc are exclusive agents.
CLINTON, S. C.
If you have a farm or house and lot
for sale In Lauren h County. See us.
Home Trust Company,
C. H. Roper, Sec. & Treas.
Just think of it! Six nice Table
Tumblers for only ten cents.
8. M. & E. H. WUkea & Co.
800 acres of the best Improved farm
ing land in the 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 Lnurens at Auld's Cross Roads. In
high state of cultivation and well im
proved. At a bargain.
500 aores of flno land on waters of
Llttlo River, 6 miles south of Laurens
C. H. In fine stato o fcullivation; 7
horso farm open; cheap and easy
100 small farms wanted for western
House nnd lot, on East Main street
containing 17 acics with flno house,
barn and other improvements on easy
House nnd lot on Garlington street,
cheap for quick sale..
400 acres near Stomp Springs In
fine state cf cultivation, 5 tenant hous
es. Price $11.50 per acre, one half
cash, balance in 12 months.
125 acres 1*4 miles of public square,
electric lights and ono of the best
farms in the county. $125. per acre,
ono half cash, balance on easy torins.
Several lots on South Harper street.
House and lot on E. Main street, 8 1-2
acres and 15 room concrete dwelling;
Quest place In upper South Carolina.
On easy terms.
Two elegant residences on Sullivan
street on ousy terms.
Ono hundred acres tillable land
within corporate limits of city, very
reasonable and easy terms.
A number of farms and other prop,
erty for sale, see us before you pur
chase or sell your property.
Todd Building Laurens, S. G.
WILLI AMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tem and caused trouble with your kid
neys and bladder? Have you pains In
loins, side, back and bladder? Have you
a flabby appearance, of the face, and un
der tbe eyes? A frequent desire to pass
urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will
euro you?Drupplst, Price 60c.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*.. CU??Und. Olio
lantu.nn nitro co.
Laurens, s. c.
Anice skin helps to make life easy.
Bad toilet soap causes skin disor
ders and blemishes?the children espe
cially being the victims through the ig
norance of neglect of their parents. No
one need suffer. Good toilet soap is so
cheap that it is within the reach of all.
We stock many varieties and can guarantee that
our Soaps are pure, "all soap" and therefore
most beneficial to the skin of both young and
old?as recommended by physicians. Come in
and let us show you.
Some of the Soaps that We Handle
Pears, 4711 Rose Glysrine, Cashmere
Bouquet, Adolph Spielus Rose, Violet
and Heliatrope, Wnite Clematis, Cuti
cure, Packers Tar and many others.
BLOCK LAURENS, S. C.
IN CAPITAL CITY
Mayor Globes and Governor Blease
Will Make Addresses of Welcome to
Columbia, Aug. 21.?Hundreds fit
veterans are in Columbia tonlgbt for
the annual reunion of the United
Confederate veterans, which com
mences here tomorrow. Mayor Globes
will welcome the visitors for the city.
Governor Colo L. Blease will make
ail address of welcome for the state.
The governor has called here his
staff on account of the reunion. State
Senator Francis II. Weston will make
the address oti behalf of the Sons of
Veterans, who meet here as the same
thno as the old soldiers.
The response for the veterans will
be made by Lieut. Col. H. H, Newton,
of Bennett8Vllle, and for the sons by
Mr. A. L. Gaston, of Chester. The
oration on this occasion will be de
livered by Judge Robert Aldrlch.
Tuesday evening a reception will be
given in honor of the veterans and
Elect Officers Wednesday*
Wednesday the business session
will be held, at that time the election
of officers will be held and other bus
iness matters attended to. The pa
rade without which no reunion
would be complete, takes place Wed
nesday afternoon. Six o'clock Is the
hour set for the starting of the col
umn from the state house grounds.
Before that time the old soldiers
from the Confederate home will have
como down town and they will be
met at the postofflce and taken to the
state house. From the state house
the whole parade will form.
It is expected that -10 muskets will
bo carried by the soldiers from the
Gen. C. Irvine Walker, of Charles
ton, who is now commander-ln-chlef
of the United Confederate Veterans,
arrived in Columbia on the Carolina
Special from the City by the Sea at
1 o'clock this afternoon. General
Walker will be the guest of the re
union committee at the Jerome while
in tho city.
General Walker served through the
war and was made lieutenant colonel
of the Tenth .outh Carolina regiment
In tho Army of tho West. General
Walker has attended a number of re
unions, being one of those who launch
ed the movement here at the first
meeting In November, 1895.?Spartan
Bloondinc Blood and Kidney Tablets.
For sick kidneys bladder diseases,
rheumatism, the one best remedy. Re
liable, endorsed by leading physicians,
safe, effectual. Results lasting. Have
cured thousands. 50c a box. Mail
orders filled by the Gloodlne Corpora
tion, Boston. Mass.
Laurens Drug, Co., Special Agents.
UNDER NEW MANAGER,
The Opern House and Moving I'lctroc
Theatre now in Charge og Mr. G, L.
Mr. Qeo. L. Wilson, manager of the
Majestic Theatre. Greenwood, and
former Manager of the Majestic Thea
tre*. Anderson, has bought the opera
houso lease from Mr. Charlie Amos,
and will operate the house with mo
tion pictures of the very best quality,
rinse are licensed films, such as
"Biograph," "Vltagraph," "Edison,"
"Lu-bin," "Essanay," Eclipse" Pathe
There Will also bo a number of road
attractions during the season, and Mr.
Wilson promises to spare no pains or
expense in giving the people of Lau
rens as good a show as he has at his
other places. The show as started
there this week, from the numerous
praises, which can he heard every
where, is an Indication thai the show
is mentorious in every particular
"Faust" thai quaint drama and mag
nificent moral lesson In two reels of
exquisite hand-coloring by "Pathe " 111?
world greatest film producer, will bo
the special feature offering for Wed
nesday. August 23, in addition to regu
There will be a matinee every day
at 1 p. m. Two shows at night: 8 p.
m., 0.16 p. m.
Mr. Wilson has engaged Miss
Sheeley as pianist nnd tho pictures
will be doubly Interesting with the
addition of the proper music skillfully
rendered. The people of Laurens are
fortunate In having as good and as up
to-date a picture show as there Is In
the state and it is to be hoped Mr. Wil
son's efforts to please will meet with
the approval of everyone as a visit
will convince tho most skeptical that
tho motion pictures are more than
meritorious and the best ever seen
More than 117 per c ent, of the peo-1
pie In the United States have kidney
nnd bladder trouble, and during the
past eight years Bloodlne Blood and
Kidney Tablets hnvo cured 08 per
cent, of tb" cases treated with them.
They are guaranteed to cure all kid
ney and bladder troubles.
Laurens Drug, Co., Special Agents.
See Home Trust Company's add.
Three nice pieces of property for sale.
FROM THE COUNTY.
(Continued from page one.)
while Mr. Culbertson's well Is not as
good as first expected however, like
the wise one of old, "Mahomet went
to the mountains", so he placed his
ginnery near a stream and if the well
fails the branch will not and wo trust
the water question is solved.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Timmorman of
Edgefleld who have been on a visit to |
the letter's parents, have returned
home after a pleasant stny.
Miss Cheek, of Newberry, accom
panied by Mr. Floyd Godfrey and Miss
Jesslo Culbertson of Laurens were
recent visitors at Prof. B. Y. Culbert
sou'b. Also Miss Robbie Hudgens.
Mrs. Mollle Teague left Saturday
morning for a visit to her son, Mr. Ed.
Teague of Spartanburg. She will be
joined there by her daughters, Mrs.
Charles Robinson and Miss Lorie Tea
gue, of Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. Rob
inson and Miss Teague are on their
way home from Atlantic City and
Washington, where they have been for
Miss Hettie Cunningham accompa
nied her little niece, Sara Bryson, back
to the Thornwell Orphanage Saturday.
She will go from there on a visit to
her sister, Mrs. Bailey of Sedalla and
her cousin, Mrs. Dr. Moseley, of Cross
Mrs. J. A. Wofford and children and
Mrs P. II. Martin have returned from
an exceedingly pleasant visit to their
aunt, Mrs. Evle Power, of Owings.
Mrs. Power's many friends will be
sorry to hear that she Is not so well.
Messrs. J. A. Wofford and Claude
Flnley attended services at Mt. Pleas
ant Sunday, protracted services begin
ning there that day, and took dinner
with Mr. O. C. Cunningham. Other
MaddenItes who attended the service
at Mt. Pleasant were Messrs. C. W. and j
Carl Proffltt and Lin wood Martin.
The many friends of C. W. Martin,
the accommodating clerk at Mr. Cul
bertson's will he pleased to hear that
he is up again from his recent acute
Mrs. Oxner of Laurens is out on a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Mar
Miss Huff and Mrs. Frank McGowan
and children of Laurens. and Miss
Ruth Simmons of Cross Hill were re
cent visitors to Mr. G. W. Proffltt and
Miss Susie Langston spent part of
last week at Ekom. with Miss Lidie
Culbertson and enjoyed the protract
ed meeting at Quaker.
Master John W. Wofford. accom
panied by his little sister, Mattlo Sue
is off on a visit to his aunts, Mrs.
Cooper of Greers, and Mrs. Grisham,
The friends of Mrs. T. S. Langston
will be glad to note that she has been
out among her friends. Part of last
week she spent with her son, Mr. W. H.
Hudgens and family. She. accompa
nied by Mr. Langston also paid a visit
Wednesdn. to Mrs. Evie Power and
family, near Owings. They had a
Miss Kate Wofford has gone on a
visit to her uncle, Mr. O. C. Cunning
ham and family of Cold Point. While
there she will attend the series of
meetings at Mt. Pleasast.
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Flnley en
tertained a family party recently. Mr.
and Mrs. G. 11. Flnley and Mr. and
Mrs. P. W. Flnley were the guests.
The Misses Proffltt have returned
from a pleasant visit to their aunt,
near Ninety Six.
Pale Cheeks or Rosj (hies.
Pale Cheeks, muddy complexion,
dull eyes show a poverty of blood.
Blood I ne Liver Pills, will drive the
impurities from the system, and en
able your daily food to supply new,
rich, red blood and rosy cheeks.
Bloodine Pills cure liver ills.
Lam ens Drug, Co.. Special Agents. '
The Laurens County Survivors As
sociation will hold their annual meet
ing on Saturday, September 2nd. Lot
us have a full (urn out of the old boys.
w. A, McCllntook,
Dr. \V. 0. Irby,
JllO. M. Hudgens,
W. H. Terry.
O. (?. Thompson,
J. I". Coldwoll.
Will Preach at Waterloo.
Rev. W. E. Thayer, pastor of the
First Baptist shursh hero has been
invited to preach at the Waterloo Bap
tist church the first Sunday in Sep
tember. The occasion of the sermon
will bo the special masonic ceremon
ies to bo held at that church. The
services will be In the afternoon, be
ginning at 1 o'clock.
Seemed fo Give Him a New Stomach.
"I suffered intensely after eating
and no medicine or treatment I tried
seemed to do any good," writes H.
M. Youngpeters, Editor of The Sun,
Lake View, Ohio. "The first few dos
es of Chamberlain's stomach and Liv
er Tablets gave me surprising relief
and the second bottle seemed to give
me a new stomach and perfectly good
health." For salo by nil dealers.
s.e our lino of Galvanized iron
Tubs, six sizes, prices from .10 cents
to ft;", cents.
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
^OY and COLLEGE I
1 IS ASSURED
I IF YOU I
I ACCOUNT FO
Not only give your boy a "college" educa
tion, but also teach him to know the value of a
Teach him to work and save while young.
He will help to make his own way through col
lege and be a better man when he comes out.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
We pay liberal interest consistent with safety.
Laurens, S. C.
N. B. Dial, President C. H. Roper, Cashier
I YOUR COTTON SEED!
I am goirgto make the Laurens Market
pay as much for cotton seed as any place
in the county. The market here has al
ways been just a little below other
places. But this season bring your seed
to Laurens and you will always get the
highest market price.
I will also unload your seed off your
I R. M. EICHELBERGER
> Laurens, South Carolina
Farm Lands for Sale
Parties desiring to purchase lands for homes,
or for investments in South Georgia, where
values of farm lands are doubling in a very
short time, can obtain very valuable informa
The following are just a few of the hun
dreds of bargains in Real Estate that are be
450 acres Choice farm land near Drldgohoro, 275 acres in cul
tivation. 200 acres stumped, six tenant houses with brick chim
neys, barns, etc, Trice $26.00 per acre. Terms, one-fourth cash
balance one, two ami three years, with interest.
126 acres good farm land, ono and one-half miles from llridgo
boro. Will sell as a whole or sub-divide to suit purchaser. Terms,
one-fourth cash, balance one, two and three years, with interest.
r>0 acres unimproved land two miles from Rridgeboro, on the
extension of the Quit Line Hallway, level and no waste land. Price
$15.00 per acre.
l,f>00 acres immediately on the railroad. Conservative limber
cruiser says it will cut 3,000 feet per acre, very little swamp and
no over-flow, line soil for agriculture. Price $5.50 por acre, easy
terms, 7 per cent. Interest.
93 acres of lot number 'J9 in the 7th district of Worth county,
at $10.00 per acre.
13,000 acres cut over timber lands In Washington county, Flori
da, on the A. & St. A. B. R. R. Choice farm lands, high and dry.
Prico $2.00 per acre.
80 acres near Rridgeboro, 30 acres In cultivation, level, stumpod,
with good wire fence; good five-room dwelling, barns, etc., almost In
sight of Rridgeboro, nnd a big bargain at $2">.00 per acre.
Lots Nos. 219, 251 and half of 250; G2."? acres. In the 9th district
<,f Mitchell county. Price $10.00 por acre. Torms.
Lot 1C>\ In the 9th district of Mitchell county. 2.r?0 ncres well
Improved, on tin? public road, nonr new town site on Gulf Lino ex
tension. Price $21.00 per acre.
This land is situated in a fine, beautiful
locality, convenient to Railroads, public roads
For Information Apply to
Enterprise Bank Laurens, S. C.