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In the delicate task of fitting
sa\eyeglasses only absolutely per
"f feet work should he acceptable?
?* that is why your eyes should be
fitted by US.
Ill-fitting glasses often seem
excellent at first but their con
tinued use works untold harm to
the eyes by distorting and strain
ing the susceptible nerves and
muscles?avoid such glasses by
having your eyes fitted scienti
fically by one who is fully quali
fied for the work.
Our prices are the lowest at
which perfect work is to be had.
' WM. SOLOMON
Laurens, South Carolina
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, S. C.
When you feel
vons, tired, worried or despondent it is a
Mire sign yon need MOTT'S NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and '
make lifo worth living. Ho sun: mid ask for
Mutt's Nerverine Pills RfeJJiS
Wll UAMS MFG. CO.. Prop... Cleveland. Ohio
LAUHEIT DIU!? CO.
.? Laurens, S. ('.
* LANFOKD SEWS.
Lanford, Nov. 8.?Mr. Broadus Al
exander, principal of the Lanford
Graded School spent Saturday and
Sunday In Lanford.
Miss Etui la Lanford. the assistant
teacher took dinner with her sister,
Mrs. G. J. Lanford today.
Mr. Clyde DeShlelds has returned
home from Woodruff, to attend school
Mr. M. G. Harlan and son was In
town Monday on business.
Mr. G. J. Lanford was in town Mon
day on business.
Mrs. Stella llomar of Spartanburg
spent the weok-end with her parents.
Mrs. Dr. Bailey and little son of
Clinton are spending a few days in
.Mrs Minnie Willis was in" Spartan
burg last week on business,
Messrs. Harper Higglns and Maxie
Snardy of Knoree spent Sunday in
Mr. D. ('. Martin went to Woodruff
Saturday on important business.
Mrs. L. E. Moore has returned home
Mr. 10. H. Moore was in Laurons
Tuesday on business.
Mr. D. P. Parrot of Gaffney spent
Wednesday with his friend, Mr. S. .1
Lanford. The former was to have
lectured in the Gray Co u t Graded
school but on account of unfavorable
weather postponed it.
Miss Florence Moore and sister spent
Wednesday night with her friend, Miss
Professor Alexander is boarding at
Mr. C. I.. Waldreps.
Miss C arrie Lou Higglns spent Sun
day with Miss Robin Patterson.
Mrs. Annie Owens of Knoree spent
Sabbath In Lanford with her parents.
Miss Nannie Mae Lanford and "Lit
tle Sam" spent Sunday night with
Mrs. Earl Thomas and "Little Joe"
spent Sunday with Miss Lottie Lan
Mr. Boyd DeShields is at home this
Mr. .lohn M. Cannon and his bride
of Laurons was in this place Sunday.
If you are pale. weak, languid or
anaemic a few doses of Bloodlne Liv
er Pills will increase the supply and
improve the sunstlty of blood. Small
pill, small dose, pleasant and never
_Laurens Drug. Co.. Special Avrents. ?
These up=to=date days,
taking medicine is not the terrifying thing I
it used to be. Even castor oil has been made \
tasteless and many children cry for it. All our
disagreeable medicine has been pleasantly dis
guised and a sufferer may now take the most
unpalatable cure without knowing the differ
ence between it and candy or a delicious drink.
Do not, therefore, let thoughts of nasty
medicine prevent you from coming here
for THAT CURE?we have a remedy
that will please you?a remedy for
every common ailment.
Here are a Two of Them:
Gowans Pneumonia Cure,
t Hobson's Tasteless Cod Liver Oils.
P. S. Try Ray's Benzion and Almond Lotion.
Guaranteed cure for chapped hands.
ED EX NOTES. ?
Eden. Nov. 13.?Mr. Z. C. Ueeves
sold at tract of land to Mr. V. alter
Nash, a tract to Mr. Will Stone, and
a tract to Mr. Ellie Babb this week.
Mr. C. V. Hipp spent the latter end
of the week with his daughter, Mrs.
Fate Crisp of Enoree.
Master Booth Gray and Misses Sa
die and Virginia Gray, spent Satur
day night with Mr. YY. E. Cray and
Mr. S. R. Gray was in Greenville
Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. M. \V. Gray spent
Thursday with Mr. Fred Mahaffey and
Mrs. Dora Babb spent Friday with
Mrs. B. W. Martin.
Miss Vivian Owens has returned
home from a visit to Augusta where
she has been spending a week with
Miss Wyona Woodwerd.
"I do not believe there is any oth
er medicine so good for whooping
cough as Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy." writes Mrs. Francis Turpin,
Junction City, Ore. This remedy is
also unsurpassed for colds and croup.
For sale by all dealers.
* IIABUN NEWS. *
RabUU, Nov. 13. Mr. Will Mahon,
and I.aureus Mahon were in I.aureus:
Mrs. Rebecca Owens and Mrs. Mar
kus Owens visited Mrs. League last
Mrs. T. F. Babb and Miss Mae Babb,
and Mr. Houston Babb were in Green
ville Saturday on business.
Miss Edna Owens spent last week
with Mis. .). c. McDowell ol Fountain
Misses Vera and Allleue Baldwin
spent Friday night with their grand
mother, Mrs. .lane Holt of Hickory
Mr. Sloan Mahon visited Mr. Earl
Babb of Eden section Wednesday
Mr. W. 1). Owens and mother, Mrs.
Nancy Owens spent Thursday with
Mr. T. F. Babb and family.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cheek nfter spend
in;, one week with her daughter, Mrs.
Anna West returned home last Fri
Messrs. T. F. Babb and Walte:- Bald
win were in I.aureus Monday on busi
Mrs. Lud In Babb and son, .loci, at
tended the lludgcns-Smlth wedding at
Laurens last week,
Albert's Headache Checkers give in
stant relief and permanently cure all
headaches, neuralgia, periodical pains.
Five doses 10 cents; 26 doses. 25 cents
Mail orders filled by the Blondine Cor
poration. Boston, Mass.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
* <* i
Barksdale, s. c. Nov. II. Mr. Acy
Baldwin and Mr. L. 10. Weathers have
Just completed a large store-house for
Mr. w. E. Weathers. These two wide
awake builders will leave ihis week
for Waterloo, where they will begin
the construction of a handsome resi
dence for Mr. I. M. Penrce, Thoy are
two steady, reliable workmen und the
fact that they are getting work out-1
side Barksdale is good proof that they
are being successful.
Alter so UltlCll mill, the weather is
cold enough for tlie people now.
Miss Mary Teague attended tie- wed
ding of Miss Elizabeth Hungens and
Mr. Smith, at Laurens last Wednes
Miss I doit Baldwin has taken charge
of her school work here.
The box and oyster supper hold at
the Barksdale school house last Fri
day nlghl proved unite n success for
such had weather.
Mrs. W. II. Baldwin and son. Elmer,
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Knight, visited rel
atives at Donalds and Due West last
A number of people around here
attended the annual (lower show at
OwiUgS last Friday and report a nice
Saved Many From Dentil.
W. L. Mock, of Mock. Ark., believes
he has saved many l'?s In his 25
years of experience In the drug busi
ness. "What I always like to do," he
writes, "is to recommend Dr. King's
New Discovery for weak, sore lungs,
hard colds, hoarseness, obstinate
coughs, la grippe, croup, asthma or
other bronchial affection, for I feel
sure that a number of my neighbors
are alive and well today because they
took my advice to use It. I honestly
believe Its the best throat and lung
medicine that's made." Easy to prove
he's right. Get a trlnl bottle free, or
regular 50c or $1.00 bottle. Guaranteed
by Laurens Drug Co., Palmetto Drug
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous ?ya
tem and canned trouble with your kid
neys and bladder? Have you pains In
loins, aide, back and bladder? Have you
a tlabby appearance of the face, and un
der tho eyes? A frequent desire to pa>
urine? If no. Williams' Kidney Pills will
cure you?DruRKiat, Price 60c.
WILLIAMS MFC. CO., Prop... CUveUnd,Ohl?
LATHENS DRUG CO.
Lauren *, S. C
TWELVE-DOLLAR HEN HOUSE
Serviceable Shelter Is Constructed
Out of Sod, Straw, Corn Podder
What results would you expect from
7.") hens wintered In a coop of this
cost? 1 had 75 May hatched pullets In
winter, taya a writer In Hurnl New
Yorker. 1 built a coop 12x18 feot,
inside measurement. The material
was tod for the sides; tin' roof was
straw, covered with corn fodder; the
floor, Nature's deodorizer, natural
earth. I first selected a well sheltered
locution, then proceeded by setting
Twelve-Dollar Hen House.
three crotches, each crotch set three
feet deep. This for the. peak of my
roof. Next I set ordinary six-foot
fence posts on sldC3 four feet apart,
two feet deep, leaving sides of coop
four feel high, plenty high enough for
sides of any coop. Then 1 spiked poles
on to thoso fence posts on top, nnd
nailed on small poles on sldo posts;
laid poles In those center crotches,
then laid poles from post platu to
crotch poles for rafters, and my frame
was complete. 1 put In a window
frame of plank on south sldo 2:<R feot.
covered same with muslin curtain (no
glass); put door in east end. I cut
Bod and sodded up sides; put a little,
brush crosswise for rafter poles, cover
ed with straw and shingled with corn
fodder. The foundation of my coop Is
raised slightly so water runs away
from It, which Is very Important. So
my lahor and all would amount te
ahout $12. I put pullets in coop In
December and they soon began laying,
in January, Fehruary. March nnd April
I nvorngod close to five dozen oggs
per day. My income was a little bet
ter than one dollar per day, clear of
fet-d; and they have continued laying
well all summer till molting this fall.
Now tiny are through the molt nnd
are going right Into the egg producing
butim .-s ngain.
HANGING ROOST FOR CHICKS
Suspended From Ceiling by Means of
Wires They Are Convenient
In Cleaning Houses.
It Is often convenient to have roosts
bung from the ceiling of the poultry
house in order to facilitate cleaning.
In the style Illustrated herewith, the
roosts themselves are laid on a frame
as shown, says Katin and Homo, At
each end the roo ts are notched so
as to lit In notches on the two poles
nnd thus prevent slipping. The whole
thing is hung by four BtOUt wires
from tie center of the pen so as to
be within 2 feet of the lloor; or it
may be Lung toward one corner. In
th's case, at least 2 feet should bo
allowed between the frame and the
wall so the attendant can easily walk
all nrotind. For < leaning, the roosts
may be dlsennnceto I and carried nut
of door-. Preferably ultio, the pole*
rhould rest in loops of the wire, r.c
thai the v. hide tiling may ho removed
A load of coarse sand Is good for
He sure the houses nre all free from
lice and filth.
If you want your hens to Iny during
tho cold months they must be given
food rich In egg material.
Cures of poultry troubles lie In pre
venting sickness In tho flock nnd not
In curing tho disease or disorder.
liens fed on one kind ul grnln ex
Ihislvoly will not lay as satisfactory
as those that have been fed a varletr
OatB make an excelleut grain for
laying hens. They furnish the essen
tial food element without increasing
the fat on the hen.
Give the hens good feed, clean wa
ter, a good dust bath and clean. alr>.
comfortable quarters, and the egg sup
ply is reasonably certain.
Separate the cockerels from the puk
rts. They are of no earthly use, but
oo the contrary do harm. They should
be caponlced or sent to market.
Alfalfa hay, If cut In the bloom. Is
fine for chickens to pick over durinr
the winter months. They will gei
m^re at less cost from ground nlfalf.
If your chicken-house faces north,
board up the openings and transfer
them to the south side and make them
big enough to allow the sunshine to
flood the floor.
Copyr (hl IVO'' b? C. E. Zlmmcrinanl?<>.--N?. 39
But that's no reason why you
should have cold feet. Shoes properly
fitted and made of thetight m&terial
won't let your feet get cold no matter
how much you are outside. There is
warmth in good stout leather and a
well sewed shoe won't let in the
dampness, and if they are properly
fitted they won't stop the circulation.
That's the kind we mean when we
say, come in and let us show you
warm shoes for cold feet.
We handle the famous?
May Manton for Ladies. $2.50 to $4.00
Keith and Pratt Shoes for men $3.00 to $5.00
E. C Scatter for Children, best
on earth from 25cts. per pair to $2.50
Busy Corner Laurens, S. C.
Fine Farm for Sale!
A tract of 500 Acres, good strong farm land
for sale within 3 miles of Clinton. Five good
houses thereon, one having waterworks. Ploughs,
shredder, saw mill and all other machinery go with
land. Price $ 11,000.00.
information apply to
D. Wyat Neville
\\ In Sunshine, Rain or Sleet
:: You see our wagon on the Street.
I The weather does not effect our
i: deliveries of
Coal and Wood.
Dry Pine and Oak Wood Cut
S| to your order.
| Eichelberger Bros
Coal and Wood Yard
|| Office Phone 33 Night Phone 276
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For Your Thanksgiving Cake
You can select from our stock the best and the
freshest ingredients. We have just received ship
MAHAFFEY & BABB
Laurens, South Carolina