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headache, soar stomach and
distress after eating are some
of the symptoms of dyspesia.
Any form of indigestion or
stomach trouble needs prompt
?the pocket remedy
gives quick relief and if used per
sistently the trouble disappeas.
Put up in a small package convln
ient for the pocket or handbag, little
tablets easy to swallow. Harmless
alike to children and grown folks,
sold under under a guarantee to re
fund your money if you want it.
Alldruggists sell Digcstit for50e.
For Sale By
DR. B. F. POSEY
Don't you insure with
It offers the best to be
had in Life Insurance
Paid Up Values
Large Loan Values
Long Extended Business
A Home Company solic
iting your Insurance.
M. R. WILKES, Agent
Laurens, S. C.
Southeastern Life Insurance Co.
Greenvillo, S. C.
a drink of Good Hot Coffee these
cold mornings? VVc have the
Coffee bot h Green and Roasted
to fill your wants.
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Let us sefl you 20 lbs. of |
Good Rice for $1.00
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Molasses and Syrup in Bbls.
Half Bbls., 10 and 5 Gal. Kegs,
1 and.^ Gal. Cans. VVc can suit
your taste in these sweets.
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Fresh Patent j nd Half Pat
ent Flour that will make good
bread and give satisfaction at
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Puy your seed Oats for spring
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Just received another ear of
good Timothy Hay, also some
good sound White Com and clean
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Let your wants be known
and we will do our best to fill
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J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practico in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all tmsinees.
When you feel
isr mi raped,
on fused, nor*
.??0 fired worried or despondent it is a
t^^^SoA MOTT'S NERV ER INF.
PILLS. Thoy r<-n. w the normal vigor :m<i
make life worth living. I- Miro nn.l n k for
Mott's Nerverine Pills RfeSiS
V/IIIJAMS MPO. CO., I' Clr vehm.!. Ohio
lathe t ma (? CO.
Laurens, s. C.
BEGINS TO ADVANCE
On Account of the Stead) Demand for
Spots and Favorable Trade Condi
tions, the Market Kevins to Climb.
New York, Jan. 5.?Cotton has ac
vanced under the spur of heavy buy
ing by big spot interests despite the
great 8trlke( in Lancashire. Also
there has boon a good deal of cover
ing of shorts not only because of the
aggressive attitude of tho prominent
spot people, but also because of tho
increased activity, and strength In
Liverpool. Tin.; Inspires many with
the belief that the Lancashire strike,
serious as it seems, is not likely to
j he of long duration. Liverpool spot
sales on a number of days were ten
thousand bales and Manchester has
reported a good demand for cloth,
however, quiet might be its trade in
yarns. There has been little disposi
tion noticeable to press spot cotton
for sale in the Atlantic markets now
for that matter at the generality of
ports have been big. Augsberg,
Bavaria', reports the home trade, as
Improving. Some big mills in Rhode
Island have gone on a full time sched
ule after running on short time for a
year. Meantime though continental
spinners have bought freely for some
months pas) oven taking cotton to
he ilt?!l> e'retl some years ahead the
noi'ilu :i li. i in il.is country and
man: of (hose in t1 resit Britian arc
?<iit...ii lo have bought as ti rule on a
very moderate not to say scanty
st.ile end tho inference is drnwn thai
they tiro none too well supplied with
raw cotton even i; Indeed their sup
plies are not actually low. On the
other hand there is tho Lancashire
strike. Nobody knows* how long it
will last despite ilio efforts which the
i) lals of the British government are
:.. khv? t.i briny itbp.itI u settlement.
Humors too are i?? i!n- effect that the
gin inn despite the recent had weath
er of ljib South Will turn out larger j
than < \|ie< ted. Ouo rumor pul the
total of tho National (linnet's' asso
ciiit ion np io Jhii. l at i L|lf?0,000
bales. If thai Is so it is (leading ra
ther closely on the heels of the gov
ernment crop estiainto issued in De
cember of I I?880,000 hales with some
months of ginning to hear from. The
Turko-ltaliau war is seriously dis
turbing Italy's trade and it also to
some e leu affects Manchester's. In
parts of the South spoi cotton is said
to have been more, freely offered at
tho recent advance in prices. Some
cotton prints have been reduced In
price. At times of lato Wall street |
houses after buying freely have been
taking profits and celling by Liver
pool, Memphis and New York trad
ers, as well as it appears some of the
Waldorf-Astoria contingent has also
been a noteworthy factor in the trad
ing. Tho Now York stock is
steadily increasing. Mut the buying
by big spot interests, tho largo spin
ners* takings, for some weeks past,
and a belief that Lancashire lias too
much at stak?? to permit the strike to
continue long inspires many with the
belief that cotton is destined to ad
vance further. Former Waldorf-As
toria bears are believed at the close of
the week lo havo covered and taken
the hull side oil the idea that the de
cline ims culminated. The weekly
statistics are regarded ng bullish.
Tho quickest and most effective
ronicdy for loosoning tin* phlegm, re
lieving iritation and curing any COUgll
or cold is Bloodlno Cough Checker.
Mrs. Smile (livings.
Whereas, our dearly beloved sister,
Mrs! Suillo OwillgS, whose life was
ever devoted to her Master's service,
was called to her reward December
Resolved that Chestnut Ridge Sun
day school has lost a devout, pious
and loyal member. We deeply deplore
our loss hut bow submissively to tho
will of (!od. who doeth all things well
and rejoice In the assurance that our
sister has been transferred to the nev
er-ending joy of a home in ellaven.
With her blessed Redeemer.
That in the death of our beloved
sister. Chestnut Ridge Sunday school
has lost one of Its most loyal and
Her undaunted faith and perfect
resignation to tho will of God will
ever bo an Inspiration to oat h of us,
ns we lovingly cherish her memory.
We" extend to tho bereaved husband
and family our heartfelt sympathy and
pray that tho richest bloslngs of our
heavenly Father may rest upon each
of them In their sad affliction.
That a page in our Sunday school
record bo dedicated to her memory and j
a copy of these resolutions he spread
thereon, That copy bo sent the bereav
ed husband and family, The Baptist
Courier and tho Laurens Advertise! <
J, s. George,
M >diclnes Mint aid nature arc
ivays niosl effectual. Chamhorlain'fl
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
allays the COUgll. relieves the lungs,
opens the secretions and aids nature
in restoring the system to a healthy
condition. Thousands have testified
to P : superior excellence. Sold by
* TUE KING'S DAUGHTERS. *
Bditor Tho Advertiser:
Thinking perhaps tho public would
like to kno** something of the work
done by tho King's Daughters, espec
ially the last year. 1 will ask you to
grant me a small space to do so.
Twenty one years ago last November
our circle of King's Daughters was
organized by the Rev. A. G. Wardlaw,
then pastor of the Presbyterian church
with five members. Only two of
those members remain in the circle.
We took as our text "Rear ye one an
others burdens." Our work for the
first few years was local, helping to
bear the burdens of the suffering ones
by contributing food, fuel, clothes,
medicine, Ice and medical services. As
our membership increased our enthu
siasm seemed to be catching. The
newspapers and merchants encourag
ed and helped us in numerous ways.
We began to send donations outside
our town, responding to calls made
for earthquake and storm sufferers in
our own state and sister states. Still
wo worked and helped, sending dona
tions twice to china for the rnnilne
For several years prior to 1007 tin'
circle paid iV2.no per your to help
support a King's Daughter robin r.
the Riverside Infirmary tit Charles
ton. For seme y t- have [tlvcn $0.00
per year to th s Flor'enco Crittendon
Homo and same .??mount to !"'<> Door ol
Hope, fol rescue work, uj Columbia.
This pest year th ? circle dons led $0.00
to tho Salvation Army for tho same
work. For seven yean? educated and
supported otto girl in Cbinn. Keeling
the Lord had ii< sscd us in our work
and realizing it was "more blessed to
give than receive" w.i lave undertak
en to educate two more. For four
years the <!? c hn * (lotitod a blind
negro (.?Irl I'nuii our town u; the State
Institute for the blind : t Ccdnr Springs
The eirelo be I iu ile< ply intorosled in
a hospital for . ur town. In 1007 they
decided \o sihrl r: Ising money for that
p rpbse. Tit;. w> i greatly helped
and encouraged in all their efforts by
our generous people and in two ye
they had raised $800.00. They con
tinued to work and put the money on I
nl Interest. The circle has several
liundre dollars at Interest, hoping
some day a lino modern hospital will
be built and they can have a share
it. Becoming discouraged in their ef
forts to secure or help build a hos
pital they stopped working for il In
1010. In 1910 they donated $250.00 for
improvments on the city cemetery.
When the Lnurens County Hospital
opened the circle pledge $25.00 per
month to support their bed. Six pa
tients have been admitted by the
King's Daughters since June 1st., five
surgical and one medical. The circle
still does a gocd deal of local work.
Christmas remembering the three or
phanages at -I needy oiks with Christ
mas baskets. Our present member*
ship is 10. We would bo glad to wel
come new members al any time. We
meet the first Friday of each month.
Last year wo had several honorary
icmbcrs. An honorary pays $1.00 per
year, but does no active work. The
circle has received sonic small dona
tions but at long intervals. They
would be delighted i" receive some
L< IIa N. Willies.
A Hero In a Lighthouse.
For years J, S. Donahue, So. Ila\en,
Mich., a civil war captain, as a light
house keeper, averted awful wrecks,
but a queer fact is, he might have been
a wreck, himself, If Electric Hitters
had not prevented, "They cured mo of
kidney trouble and chills '' he writes,,
"after 1 had taken other so called
cures for years, without benefit and
they also Improved my sight. Now, at
seventy, 1 am feeling line." For dys
pepsia, indigestion, nil stomach, liver
and kidney troubles, they're without
equal. Try thom. Only 50 cent at
LaurCOS Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
Our New Descriptive Catalog
is fully up-to-date, and tells all
about the t it
Every farmer and gardener
should have a copy of thi3 cata
log, which has long been recog
nized as a standard authority,
for the full and complete infor
mation which it gives.
We are headquarters for
Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed
Potatoes, Seed Oats, Cow Peas,
Soja Beans and all Farm Seeds.
Wood's Descriptive Catalog mailed
free on request. Write for it.
T. W. WOOD 6 SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
Fleetric licht bulb?
die power will bliri
huhdiod ho i; .
S. M, iv:- K il
INTERSTATE FERTILIZERS arc made of plant foods, so mixed
that the food is available to the plant all through growth. Never is
the crop starved. The needed elements are supplied at liie ri^ht
time. The crop is nourished to a full growth.
Therein lies the skill of mixing fertilizers. W? make these fertilizers as accurately as a
druggist compounds a doctor'si prescription. The analysis on every bag is lived up to.
There is no guess work?no myst 'y.
It is but the result of scientific mixing. We must know what arc the best
sources of plant foods?which arc quickly available - which aie slower?which
It must be known exactly what elements arc drawn from the noil by each
crop the amount of plant foods that
they require. It would be utn r waste
to apply certain plant foods upon cer
tain soils for certain crops.
ijil - ..vi' Miofl.AvVu.
'?. ??u : \>.
si Pl?nuiiric(Urcd Uv
I >? Tt:nr>7a;i chemical
So wo have INTERSTATE FERTI
LIZER for each crop that the South
i;rows. 'I lie needed elements tue sup
plied. The fcitilizcr is suited to the soil
% And that is why INTERSTATE
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everywhere why they are Crtt i ?
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you. It tolls of oiir tested (otmu'ai f<
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Succeed When everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
?altncsses they me the BUprcmO
remedy, as thousands have testified,
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
is the beat medicine ever sold
over n druggist's counter.
Or.King's New BiSelPSfJIs
The bost in tho world.
DUTCH FORK FARMS
Wednesday, Jan. 24th, 1912
AT 11 O'CLOCK a. M.
And Throughout the Remainder of the Week
Case of bad Weather Until the Entire Property
Solk. This property is known as the Wagener
Swygert Tract, Seven Miles North-west
Columbia on the Broad River Road.
Freed January 1st, 1912
CHARACTER OF SOIL: Red Peeble Clay, especially
adapted to Truck, Cotton, Wheat and Oats.
ALTITUDE: Seventy-five Feet Higher than Columbia.
TEtfrV\S: One-fourth Cash, balance One, Two, Three and
Four years at 6 per cent. Special inducements will be made
to those who buy and propose to develop immediately.
Teams Free to the Ground from our office, Corner Hain St.,
and Hampton Ave., over 5y Ivan's Store. Also free from Irmo,
meeting all trains on date of sale. Railroad Fare will be re
funded to those who buy.
Carolina Land and Promoting Co.
X W. H. Ingram, President. I loward Caldvvell, Sec. and Tre
*^ Cor, Main and Hampton Ave,, Columbia, S. C.