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PURE FERTILIZER MATERIAL!
Each successive year has established the fact that the
successful farmer is one who intelligently studies the
needs of his soil, and the necessary plant food required for
different crops. He prepares his own formula and mixes
the Fertilizer-Material accordingly. The results show a
profit to him, both in the Cost of his goods, and the in
creased yield per acre.
Wa can furnish your wants in the following high
Hog Tankage, Cattle Tankage, Nitrate of Soda,
Muriate of Potash, Sulphate of Potash, Kainit,
Acid Phosphate, Dry Ground Fish, Sulphate
of Ammonia, Cotton Seed Meal.
By the use of these goods every fanner will be ena
bled to mix his own fertilizer and to know exactly what
he is using on his land. We carry a full line of all Fer
tilizer materials. Write to us for Prices and Formulas.
Molony & Carter Company
254 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
Buyers Guide and Classified
E. V. FERGUSONS'
For Cleaning, Pressing
and Dyeing. All Alterations
promptly and neatly done.
Telephone No. 254.
Harness, Horse Goods
The difference between a
rut and a grave is the length
and the breadth of it. If you
JOHN A. FRANKS
there is no danger of falling
Come In and sei" iiliout IllO West?
houtu Rugged Tungsten Lamps und
let us reduce jour Ugltt bill.
W. P. HUDGENS
Tinning, Rooffing and
We wash everything but
the Baby. Put your duds in
my suds. The best combina
tion in Laurens.
Laurens Steam Laundry
We are the sole bot
tlers for Coca Cola, the
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S. vS. BOY I)
Plumber and Tinner
Dealer in Plumber's and Tin
Upstairs opposite City Mall.
'The Quality Printshop"
Specialist in Every Class
of Job Work
Greatest Labor-Saving Invention since the
Cotton Gin. Sold and used throughout the
South for over Forty Years!
Saves Half The Cost in Men and
Mules by Doing the Work
in Half the Time
The best implement ever designed
for running out the middles
g-^ of both corn and
Extra ^"^^^^?? cotton. Best for
Point FREE eQfehill lands or low
lands?for opening ditches
? for killing grass ? fpr
sub-soiling, etc., etc.
light Enough for ONE MULE?Strong Enough for TWO!
For level and steady running, light draft and turning
qualities, the "True Blue" surpasses all other Middle
Breakers. Endorsed and used by representative
planters in every Southern State.
On Exhibition at Our Salesrooms
J. H. 5ULLVAN, Laurens, S. C
BLOOD AND THUNDER ]
DEFIED BY COL. WATSON
Doesn't Give a Hurrah about Blease
or Whether his Oftlce is Made Elec
tive or not?Cot Watson Rollicking
F.. J. Watson, commissioner of agri
culture of South Carolina, 1b not trou
bling bis mind about what Governor
Cole Bleasc thinks about him person
ally or his administration of that of
fice said Commissioner Watson In, At
lanta Friday according to a dispatch
In The Augusta Chronicle. Further
he is not concerned very much over
whether or not the present session of
the South Carolina legislature takes
the appointing power away from the
governor and ve sts it in the General
The dispatch continues "Commis
sioner Watson arrived In Atlanta from
Raleigh, accompanied by J. G. An
derson originator of the now famous
I "Rock Hill Plan" for the purpose of
'conferring with state officials PUd
houds of the Farmers' Union rehitlvo
to an active campaign in Georgia to
Inaugurate canvass in this state.
"You know my ofllcc is an appoin
tive one in South Carolina, coming
under the governor, subject to ap
proval of tln> legislature. Governor
I Bleaso and I have never been close
I together on anything. Ho had some
criticism to make on my department
in his message, but it didn't worry me
in the least. 1 have the unique dis
tinction, perhaps, of having the ofllce
seek me, instead of seeking the ofllce.
I am on my second term now. A bill
is pending in the legislature to take
the appointment from the governor,
and put it in the hands of the assem
bly, but 1 am not concerned with what
they do about it. As an indication
that I am not, 1 am now away on a
trip that will last some weeks trying
to promote the Hock Hill plan."
This afternoon Commissioner Wat
son. Commissioner Hudson, Mr. An
derson and R. F. Duckworth, president
of the Georgia Farmers' Union, held I
a conference with Governor Brown |
relative? to beginning a campaign In
this state for the Rock Hill scheme
for cotton acreage reduction. It is
probably that it will be taken up otll
clally in Georgia In a short time, and
funds raised for beginning an active
campaign in every important cotton
producing county to secure pledges for
"We have already effectively organ
ized is out of the 42 counties in South
Carolina;" said Mr Anderson, "and wo
have an energetic organization that
Will coon have the entire state organ
b.cd. This V". .?!!: been done in about i
three ween.-. The tiling that pleases
me so much is the spirit of co-opera
tion had from all farmers, from the
biggest to the smallest. The average
reduction pledges so far in my state
will be about per cent.
"in my Judgment this Is the only
sure and definite scheme foi the farm
ers of the South to work out their own
salvation and keep prices tip to proper
figures?by cutting production."
Commissioner Watson and Mr. An
derson will spond today and tomorrow
in Atlanta and then go to Montgomery
Other points they will visit are Jack
yon, Memphis, Little Rock, Oklahoma
City, Baton Rouge. New Orleans and
points in Texas.
A hk; ri i;i n i/i k in: vi Kit
Rl < KXTLY SAID
"Oh. yes, there is no doubt but what
Fnriuogerm is a good thing to pro
duce nitrates, but von arc Just about
twenty years ahead of tic times."
Now we admit that rs lorn; as cot
ton brought 10 cents a pound It might
pay to make heavy application:! of
Ammonlated K'Mili/er to grow It. At
.'.a cents a pound we uilgl I > \ u i row
it profitably In flower pots, But low
cotton prices find high cost fertilizers
make.n poor tohm to pull stumps with.
Instead of figuring how to pay lasr
year's fertilizer bill \ylfh next year's
less off cotton, why not ?.tow legume I
crops that will ho of less Intoresl to
Wall strict and more interest to your
mules ami hogs, and at the same time
grow your own ni' is by inoculat
ing the seeds with Fnrmogerm illlgh
Bred Bacterial. If half the cotton
that is piled up in sheds in the South
could be turned Info bales of liny, wo
might bo buying automobiles Instead
of borrowing money to pay Intoresl on
debts. Then Wall Street would lave
to "come ami see us" on the cotton
As Ionic as Cotton is King, Wall
Stree will be Minister of Finance.
Why not throw off the yoke and es
tablish a republic? Put Corn, o.it; and
Legume crops In, with Thosnvn I'hoe
phntc and Fnrmogerm as Secretary
of the Treasury and Agriculture, and
Cow Pen Hay for the Department of
the Interior (of your mules).
When we have don-1 this wo can
safely control Old King Co toll, fand
send him to England to buy our lux
A Strange Story.
Argvle. Mich.?Mrs. Win. II. Carson,
In a letter from Argyle. says: "I was
almost wild with pain In my head, and
other severe pain*, due to womanly
troubles. Cardul gave me great relief
at once. Further use of Cardul raised
me from my bed of agony. Cardul sav
ed my life, and I uan't be thankful
enough for what It did for me." Wheth
er seriously sick, or simply ailing,
take Cardul. the woman's tonic. As
a general tonic for women, to Improve
the appetite and build up the consti
tution, Cardul is in a class by itself.
Those who have used ft say it does
the work: it relieves, it cut es. .Try It.
Your druggist has it.
* SUNDAY SCHOOL QUESTIONS. ?
(Copyright, 1910, by Rev. T. S. Lin
scott, D. D.)
The Roy Jesus In the Temple. Luke
Golden Text?How is that yo
sought me? Wist ye not that I must
be In my Fathers house? Luke 11:49.
(1.) Verse 40?Was this experience
of the child Jesus of growth, spirit
uality and wisdom any different to
what any other child might have?
(2.) How much did the spirituality
of Jesus depend upon his mother's
(3.) Did Jesus have any advantage
over any other hoy in a like environ
j (4.) Verse 11-12? What can you say
for or against parents taking very
young children to religious services?
(.").) What are the chances for chil
dren Who are not taken to church nor
religiously trained becoming earnest
(ti.) What per cent of children who
are religiously trained by a mother
both wise am! good will develop into
strong religious characters?
(7.1 What feast was It that the par
ents attended at Jerusalem?
(8.) Verse 43-45?Why was there
nothing strange in the parents of Je
sus not missing him for :i whole day?
(0.1 Why should parents these days
not allow a twelve-year-old boy to be
where they know not?
(Ih.l What clOW is it safe to follow
in looking for a twelvo-year-old boy?
(11.) Was it the fact that Jesus
knew his company had left Jerusa
lem? Give your reason.
(12.1 eVrse 40-47'? How do you sup
pose they spent the three 'lays before
they found the boy Jesus?
(13.) If the parents hud known their
son's character more int imately would
they have pone to the temple sooner?
(II.) Why, under the circumstances,
was it. not extraordinary for Jesus to
be found in the midst of these rah
(15.) What kind of a meeting today
most resembles the one Jesus was
(Ifi.) Why would yon or not say that
there was anything supernatural in
the precocity of Jesus*
(17.) Which is the better way to
learn truth and why? Listen inj: to
sermons and lectures or by questions
(IS.) Verso 48?Ought they to have
been "amazed"' when they saw Jesus
in such company?
(10.) Whj is it possible and essen
tial "'or parent* in lie acquainted tvitli
Cue 'nner life of their children.' (This
is one of the questions which Ulli) be
answered in writing h\ members of
(20.) Did Mary act wisely in blaming
her son? Why?
(21.) Verse l!i-.r. 1 ?Wl .it did Jesus
mean by his answer which his parents
diil not understand?
(22.) Verse f>2. Does God grow?
Lesson lor Sunday, Fob. is. 1912.
The Ministry of John the (Inplist,
Mark 1:1 -x; Luke 111:1-20.
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We want to move it NOW.
GRAY & EASTERBY
Leading Lumber Dealers
Laurens, S. C.