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If You Eat
-relieves quickly that stuffy,
uncomfortable feeling wcall
have /when we eat heartily.
Insures the prompt digestion
of your food and gives you
all the nutrition.
.After meals take a couple
of / Digestit tablets, small,
e?/.sy to swallow.
5jpc at druggists. Oti^-int^ed.
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T>p R C DACEV
jwJ rv? ?-?'? a ? i Ksi
im\ TO REMOVE FRECKLED
V/ilson'a Freckle Cream I? Pos
itively Guaranteed to
Do the Work.
Letters aie constantly being re
ccivto i?y ute maker* of Wlispn't
Freckle Cream from prominent la?lei
Baylllg that they have at last discov
ered how to remove freckles.
Just because you happen to have
fit? kits is im reavon why you should
always nave them,
A'.is. At. J. I.i.iiti wrote from Ueriiv.
gwuierlund, saying: "if afuvr giving
\\ llaon'S Fl -ih-t Cream a :a.r ;.*.^.
It dues not cute yiu; sk.n, n.irt .* -j
rcmody i?r you. l always icoi
beut iiii ' nf my s'Kin. but treck
dic.tdtui y and caul I K*>t &v .*?..-_.?
Until 1 itounJ WH? m * Freckle .--.,.-..*
One Jai of Wilson? Kre.i.e C:or.
wiii uust yo? r trecktet ; , . .
fade, an 1 the h-.^.':... jar "* . . ?
The dtu^gisf !s ir.str.ic'.ed
your money to vnu it \\ dofesa;
Joht What we vla:.ii for it.
Try a >flr toa^>. Vou'ti be delight*
with its fine effect cn your tu.z. l:
your Vug^ist cannm ... .. _
RO cente t<> the Wilson Freckle Crei -
Co., Cnarleston, s. Cv, and tt?y w..;
?e.id you a full s'.ze .*ar.
CURED IN SO MINUTES WITH L ^
Cured quickly. Take no ?uStttfnt*
60c by mail or expreM from MaoL.
Dr. U 3. Sharp * Ca, C?r?r?<. Ca.
or 50 from drurriUs.
Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian I'll- Ointment will cure
Hilm], Bleeding und Itching Piles. It ab
sorbs the tumors, allays itching at once,
acts as a poultice, gives Instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is pre
pared for Piles and in hing of the privat?
ports. Druggists, mail 50c and $1 CO.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*.. Cleveland. Ohio
LAUKENS DHC? v.0.
I.aureus, 8. C
Par-a-sit-i-cide cures itch and
mange in 30 minutes. Pimples
and Ringworms quickly. Price
LAURENS DRUG CO.
60c by mail or express from
Dr. L. J. Sharp ?S: Co., Commerce,
Ga. Guaranteed. "Take no
The highest prices for all kinds of
furs will he paid by S. I'oliakoff, Lau
rens, S. C.
Minks from .85c to ^".-')
Raccoons from.15c to $'2.'2?
Skunks from .IOC to $1.50
Opossums from .?">(? to 75c
Musk Hats from .1.5c to 55c.
Fox from .25c to J6.00
Otter from .$1.01) to $20.00
Beavers from ."?0c to #*.?o
Civil Cats from .."?c to 55c
Wild Cats from .10c to 7.'?c
All prices will he governed ae<Ord
ing to fur market.
Next to Post Ofllce Laurens, S. C.
OVER 65 YEARS
Anyone Bonding a ftketrh an.1 deacrlptlon may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention la probably palentnliln, Coinmiinlfa
tlonaatrlctlyroiiOnontUI. HANDBOOK on i'alouU
a*nt free. Oldest ?venry for MoaHpa patent*.
Patent? taken throoKli Mumi A Co. rocoiye
?04Clal notice, without cliaruo. In the
A handtomoly lllnatrated weekly. I.arereiit elr
rnlatlou of any aclonl llln Joni'iiil. Term*. |)?
year: four niontha, ?L. Sold by . U newadealor*.
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Or. King's New Life Pills
The best In tho world.
I TB^P- m SUCCESS IS THE RESULT OF
Among active people success is the result of the elimination OF NON
Among the lazy, no matter: for they don't succeed.
Hut "when a man Is willing to work, und does it, then the question of
prime Importance is the question of ELIMINATION.
Many a young sport has gone to Dante's Eighth Circle because he did
not know how to eliminate the Siren, the Mocker, and the desire to get
money by inducing an ace to turn up or a red wheel to stop at a particular
Active men ami women fail because they can't eliminate the unneces
sary. They can't "CUT IT OUT."
The IDEAL that should be EVER PRESENT IN THE MINI) Is displaced
on Monday by an unworthy habit, on Tuesday by a few drinks, and on
Wednesday by a couple of hours wasted on business revenge, which Is the
silliest form of wnste energy.
ELIMINATION of the things that do not count, IS THE KINO OF BUS
A well arranged, convenient store is a splendid thing, and the system
man in an ollice is worth his weigh in gold sometimes: but when a man
spends all his time on these things he sometimes has no time to get and
hold customers. And I would rather have 50 buyers in n store that looked
like a weather bureau map. than the pride of Spotless Town without a
Motion is a good thing providing it goes on In the RIGHT DIRECTIONt
and many a man has worn himself down to bone and by-products without
building up a business.
The ability to see the ONE IMPORTANT thing that must be done, and
then do it. :< the most valuable of business assets. Thousands of men stir
up re?-:".ir ilroecoa of ?lust by running around In the same circle and never
rc::inx i d nrt see.
DISMISS FROM rOCR LIFE EVERY OUTSIDE CON
*IDIlRvIYI*>V whether it is a bad or a profitless energy. Learn the
'.-v ?: i. ;i >oun.t ind lo r!i*m with enthusiasm and purpose. Elimlna
M a . ?I ILET Ob POWER,
NEARLY TEN MILLION
BALES COTTON GINNED
6*1HHMtl Report Bears out E?ti
mat* if CftCtaa Dealer* that Crop
Will He lnoad Firmen Million.
Wtablngton >?'?:?' i ?With a total
of Mi--:^ :a;-?4 of cotton of the
:f '.>'.'. ziaaed prior to No
*/*~ :er '.. a-; ir.z ?iir.ced today by tr.~
ceni ij ":<:.--?a:. the promised record-,
break:-* cotton crop of this season la
fast te.r.z nia.i-i ready for the manu
facturer. At r.o time in the history
of the American cotton industry has
so great a crop been ginned to this
time of the year.
The amount ginned to November
1 exceeds by 1,777,000 bales the
amount ginned to this date in 100$,
the previous record. It also Is greater
than the ginning to November 14 of.
any other year, being about 200,000
bales more than was ginned to that
date in 1904. the record year. This
would indicate that the crop was at
least two weeks earlier in maturing
and reaching the gins than in previous
About 11,000,000 Bales.
Calculations of the year's total crop,
based OD the ginning reports, would,
therefore, probably be more accurate
if figured on the November 14 reports
of other years. In previous record
years, about 70 per cent, has been
ginned to that date and a rough esti
mate of this year's crop might be
placed at a minimum of 1 1,000,000
hales. Commercial exports' estimates,
however, range up to more than 15,
The census bureau's fourth cotton
ginning report of the season issued at
lo a. m. today, and showing the num
ber of running bales, counting round
hales as half bales-, of cotton of the
growth of 1011 ginned to November 1,
with comparative statistics to the
corresponding date for the past three
years, is as follows:
United States: 0,068,172 bales, com
pared with 7,315,953 bales last year,
when 63.5 per cent, of the entire crop
was ginned t<> Novembor l; 7,017,840
bales in 1000, when 60.7 per cent, was
ginned, and 8,101,557 baleg In 1908.
when G2.6 per cent, of the crop was
The number of round bales Included
were 68,343, Compared with 81,183
bales in 1910.
The number of bales or sea island
cotton Included were f>6,13:'., compared
with 40,604 bales last year; 5f>.2:$7
bales In 1909, and 45,470 bales In 1908.
The distribution of sea island cotton
by States was:
Florida?20,974 Mlos, compared
with lf.,191 bales last year; 19,740
bales In 1909, and 19,064 bnles In
Georgia?33,796 bnles, compared
with 22,490 bales last year; 31.277
bales In 1909 and 21,802 bnles In 1908.
South Carolina?1.363 bales, com
pared with 2,823 hales last year; 4,220
hales In 1909, and 4,613 hales In 1908.
dinning by States, with compara
tive statistics and the percentage of
the total crop ginned to November 1
In previous years, follows:
Alabama?1,089,376 bales, compared
with 74$.S7S or 62.$ per cent, in 1910.!
676.331 or 65.0 per cent, in 1909. 891,-'
667 or 66.9 per cent, in 1908.
Arkansas?443,505 bales, compared
with 324,769 or 40.7 per cent, in 1910,
i7J.2"_> or 07.7 per cent, in 1909; 536,
7$5 or 53.9 per cent, in 190$.
Florida?55,973 bales. compared
with 3$,924 or 57.9 per cent, in 1910;
4-".664 or T3.S per cent. In 1909. and
43234 or 61.2 per cent, in 190S.
Georgia?1.909.256 bales, compared
with 1.241.$25 or 68.5 per cent. In
1910: 1.3S4.913 or 74.9 per cent, in
1909, and 1.3$7,641 or 70.2 per cent,
Louisiana?232 047 baUs. compared
with 154.634 or 62.7 per cent. In 1910;
1SS.112 or 72.$ per cent. In 1909. and
287.885 or 61. 7 per cent. In 1908.
.Mississippi. 585,021 bales, compared
with 576,641 or 47.6 per cent, in 1910;
572.131 or 53.3 per cent, in 1909 and
893.148 or 55.1 per cent, in 1908.
North Carolina?597,969 bales, com
pared with 386,096 or 51.3 per cent In
1910: 370,713 or 54.7 per cent, in 1908.
Oklahoma?555.755 bales confparod
with 585,237 or 63.6 per cent, in 1910;
412,631 or 74.7 per cent, in 1909, and
217.629 or 31.6 per cent. In 1908.
South Carolina?1,021,972 bales,
compared with 729,117 or 60.2 per
cent, in 1910; 791.629 or 69.6 per cent.
In 1909. and 821,608 or 67.6 per cent
Tennessee?212,679 bales, compared
with 129, Sin or 40.4 per cent. In 1910;
148.670 or 61.8 per cent, in 1909, and
198,783 or .59.5 per cent, in 1908.
Texas?3,210,218 bales, compared
with 2.405,157 or 81.6 per cent. In
1910; 1,920.188 or 77.8 per cent, in
1909, and 2,502.86? or 69.0 per cent,
All Other States?57,511 bales, com
pared with 21.835 or 29.3 per cent. In
1910; 34,437 or 59.9 per cent. In 1909;
and 36,602 or 50.0 per cent. In 1908.
TIIHOW OUT THE LINK.
Give the KidneyH Help and Many Pen.
pie Mill be Happier.
"Throw out the Life Line"?
The kidneys need help.
They're overworked -can't gel the
poison filtered OUt Of the blood.
They're getting worse every minute.
Will you help them?
Doan's Kidney Pills have brought
thousands of kidney sufferers back
from the verge of despair.
Head this case:
Mrs. Ira C. Holand, Main St . Clin
ton, S. C, says: "I suffered from kid
ney trouble for a year or more and I
often had dull headaches. There were
pains across the lower part of my back
and I felt weak and devoid of energy.
Finally T got a supply of Oonn's Kid
>ey Pills and the contents of one or
two boxes brought me entire relief.
"rn now enjoying good health."?
(Statement given March. 1908.)
A Second Endorsement.
On March 9. 1911. Mrs. Holand add
ed to the above: "I gladly endorse
Oonn's Kidney Fills ngaln for they
are certainly worthy of praise. I am
always pleased to tell what this rem
edy has done for me."
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cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
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NICHOLS & ROPER
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Wilmington Saving & Trust Company,
R. G. Franks, Nancy M. Franks, W.
L. Gray and Palmetto Bank of Lau
rens, S. C, Defendants.
Pursuant to a decree of Court in
I the above stated case, I will sell at
! public outcry to the highest bidder,
j at Laurens C. H., S. C. on salesday
I in December next, being Monday the
1th day of the month, during the legal
hours of such sales, the following de
scribed property to wit:
All that lot, piece or parcel of land
, lying, being and situate on Chestnut
and Karle streets In the city of Lau
rens, county and state aforesaid, con
taining one half an acre, more or less,
with the following metres and bounds:
fronting on said Chestnut street 198
links and on Karle street 251 links,
bounded by said streets and lots of
W. C. lrby and lot formerly owned by
Beatrice Yeargin, being the lot con
veyed to Nancy M. Franks by W. ('.
lrby on March IS, 1898, the deed there
to being recorded in Hook S page
in Clerk of Court's ollice for Laurens
Also, all that lot, piece or parcel
of land lying, being and situate with
in two miles of Laurens (\ 11.. on Clin
ton road, county and state aforesaid.
Containing forty one (11) acres, more,
or less, bounded by lands of .Mrs. E
J. Gnrlington, J. 1). Chlldress and oth
ers, being the tract conveyed to R.
G. Franks, by Sallie Hallew on June
11, 1906, and known as part of the.
Also, all that lot, piece or parcel
of land lying, being and situate with
in two miles of Laurens C. IL, on Clin
ton road, county and state aforesaid,
containing eighty four (84) acres,
more or loss, hounded by lands of
Hiram Gnrlington, Mart Hunter and
others, being the tract conveyed to
K. ('.. Kranks. by B. K. Hallew on June
11. 1900, and known as the Burnstde
Also, all that lot. piece or parcel of
land lying, being and situate about
two miles from Laurens C. H., adjoin
ing the above described tract of land,
containing 30% acres, more or l<>ss.
and known as the W. B. Motte place,
hounded by lands known as W. H.
Motte place, the Scott Templeton place,
Jim Allen, Hiram Gnrlington and R,
Said lands sold upon the follow
ing terms: One half cash, and the bal
ance on a credit of one year, to be
secured by the bund of the purchaser,
and a mortgage of the premises, the
credit portion to bear legal Interest
from day of sale with the leave of
purchaser to ,>ay entire bid in cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers and if
purchaser falls to comply with terms
of sale, said premises to be resold a 5
his risk, upon the same or some Bub
equent salesday, upon same terms.
JOHN D. OWINGS,
Sheriff Laurens County.
Dated this 8th day of November.
A. D. 19U- lT>-4t
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then if anything happens to-night it wont mean the ruin it might have meant
if the fire had occurred yesterday. We represent standard companies that are
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Enterprise Bank Laurens, S. C.
Don't Forget That We Insure Live Stock.