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268 acres on public road, three miles of Princeton. S. ('. Good
four horse farm open, balance in woods, saw timber and pasture.
Number of large cedars on the place. Improvements consists of
two G room dwellings, one tenant house and necessary out build
ings. Several free flowing springs and one bored well convenient
to bouses, 'l'his is one of the best farms in Laurens County. 1
am offering this very desirable places for $.V>00.00. Terms?
$l,r>00.00 caoh, balance one, two and three years, at 7 per cent, in
Here are Some Bargains in City Property.
Blegaill 7 room residence, almost new; with bath, electric lights
and modern in every respect. Nothing crampy about this place,
houne sits back on a nice spacious lot. Plenty of room for your
garden and then some; good stable with two stalls and feed room.
Located on Irby Ave., in a very excellent neighborhood. I have
been authorized, to offer this beautiful home for a short time only,
for $2,1)00.00. Don't wait, buy it now.
Tills Listens Good.
New brick bouse on Sitgreaves St., 0 nice rooms, bath, electric
lights and e.11 the conveniences, necessary to comfort. Within
easy walking distance to all business and located in a most de
sirable neighborhood. If you are looking for a cosy little home,
be suro you see this one at once, for I am offering it at such a
very low price, that it won't be for sale long. Don't stand back,
because you haven't much cash to pay down; you don't need much;
I can offer you such easy terms, that it will make the buying of
this comfortable home seem almost like paying rent. Come sec
mo and lets talk it over.
What About This One.
$3,000.00 buys you a handsome little home on South Harper St.,
modern out and out, bath and electric, lights. Handsome cabinet
mantels and tile hearths. Seven nicely furnished rooms, exclusive
of ;i largo butlers pantry. This house is on a nice size lot, chick
en yard and garden in rear of house. This is an absolutely safe
investment, one you can't afford to miss; will net you a substan
tial profit in a short while. It will stay rented at $20. Let me
show you this place.
7-rooni dwelling on Laurens St., modern conveniences?$1."?.00
6- room dwelling on Sitgreaves St., modern conveniences?$15.00
7- room dwelling on Irby Ave., modern conveniences?$20.(1(1
4-room cottage on Simpson St., recently overhauled?$0.00.
I have other properties that I am not at liberty to advertise.
Dist your property now. I am getting calrs right along from par
ties that wish to invest in I.aureus dirt.
T. GIBBON TRAYNHAM
Laurens, South Carolina
Loans Negotiated. Stocks and Bonds. Rents Collected,
I "Old Honesty Guano"
Followed by Honest Work Will Give
See me before you buy. Can Ship Any
!! E. W. CopeJand, Agent
LAURKNS, S. C.
PURE FERTILIZER MATERIAL!
Each successive year has established the fact th. t the
successful fanner 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.
Hy the use of these goods every farmer 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.
HOW TO RAISE CHICKENS.
Excellent Advice on How to be Suc
cessful In Poultry Raising by One
Editor The Advertiser:
For sonic lime 1 have felt constrain
ed to write some bits of experience
on how to care for poultry. As this
is the season of the year that people
begin to be anxious about the success
of such, 1 will give some directions
as to how to feed.
For years I have made my morning
meal of scalded meal and wheat bran
and now ! add just a little cotton seed
meal. At noon 1 give oats or wheat
to the penned one and at night I feed
corn and have good results from such.
1 always keep plenty of lime and sand
mixed into a mortar and pile it out to
dry where It Is out of the way. After
it is hard keep some broken up f?r
the laying hens. I put one-third lime
and two-thirds sand. The laying hens
will feed on It heartily each day as
it requires a lot of lime to form a
shell from the hen's system each day.
A great many people complain of their
hens eating eggs but never stop to
think why. It is the shell and' not
the egg the hen wants. This and cut
oyster shells should always bo kept
at the hen's convenience and there
will be but few soft eggs and no egg
eating then. See that the lien has
a good soft, round nest with the corn
ers well filled RO when they go to
sitting they will have no trouble to
keep the eggs all under them. 1 have
been to neighbor houses and seen the
hen setting on the naked floor of the
box and part of the eggs out from un
der the hen. If a hen's nest is not
good sho soon becomes discouraged
about the eggs and will do no good.
The time a setting hen gets her eggs
broke the worst is the first three days
before the eggs get slick. They should
always be washed if they are smeared.
As soon as the hen hatches always
clean the old nest at once so the lay
ing hens will not learn to hunt the
pieces of shell in them and get to tear
ing up the good nests. All the heavy
laying strains must have plenty of
time and the Indian Runner ducks
must have the cut oyster shell for
the best results of eggs as they lay all
the time and require a lot of shell
I stuff for their eggs have thick shells.
A hen likes a dark qulel plnco for a
nest and If she has that she will like
ly hatch well and Jf she is not crowd
ed too much she will almost always
I raise her brood. When taken from the
j nest she should have plenty of grain
so the little ones can't eat any for
1 at least thiryt-six hours to forty
eight. Then they (the little ones)
should have some cooketl feed and nol
too soft for lh'' fll'St. The coop should
always he in a quiet, high, dry place
and the little chicks or turkeys, or
guineas should always have some
coarse sand before they have any
thing else to eat. Anything from
wheat is much better than corn for
the beginning. Say stale bread, crack
ed wheat, then the whole grain. Wheat
is not a high food for little chickens
In the long run. I have closely ob
served chicken raising for twenty-live
years and the kinds that give me the
best all-round outcome. 1 have tried
twelve thoroughbred kinds in life.
I used to want every kind I raw but
for some years have tried and found
the single comb Khodo Island Red a t
near an all round chicken as any 1
have known. I lind the White Orping
ton a little In Itcr winter layer per
haps limn the li' d I. I lind the Rose
Comb Drown Leghorn a line summer
layer and all the months except Ihi
, real cold ones. I like it because the
comb is not so much exposed to the
cold and doe:-, not frost l ite as ?
Little ChiCkcnS HhOUld never be ill !?
close a place as they are apt to gol
the I'oup. No growing chickens
should roosl in too close a place. Tur
keys should never roost in a house
as they get roup and arc scarcely ev
er cured. Sloans Liniment is a line
remedy for roup and sore head, among
the many that, are tried. I have tried
the Philo system some for the last
twelve months and lind it can be made
a real success. I have kopl some
chickens in a box 3x6 feet ami 21
inches deep for winter eggs and they
thrived well. I also raise chickens
hatched in the incubator in tin- Philo
llreless brooders and llnd it can be a
success. The heat for little incubator
chickens has always been the ques
tion. I Und that it pays for each per
son to have a good pure breed and
keep it pure for there Is always sale
for such. It hns always been my de
light to help any one I could, along
this line. Wishing all my fellow men
success In this line and all thai is
good I am sincerely yours.
W. It. Anderson.
Laurons, s. c.
In Mother* Vnd others.
You can use Ibicklen's Arnica Salve
to cure children of eczema, rashes,
tetter, dialings, scaly and crusted hu
mors, as well as their accidental In
juries cuts, burns, bruises, etc.. with
per foe I safety. Nothing else heals so
quickly. For boils, ulcers, old, run
ning or fever sores or plies It l a 110
eqillll. cents at Lauren. Drug Co.
and Palmetto Drug Co.
SUNDAY SCHOOL QUESTIONS. *
(Copyright, 1910, by Rev. T. S. Lin
scott. 1). 1).)
Jcusus the Healer. Mark 1:29-15;
Matt. Iv: 23-25.
Golden Toxt?Himself took our in
firmities, and bare our Bicknesses.
Matt, "vllt: 17.
(1.) Verses 20-111 ? 11" this sickness of
Peter's wife mother had been that
of any other woman would .lesus have
been equally interested?
(2.) What benefit is it to us to tell
God when our loved ones are sick?
(3.) Verses 32-3-1 ? Is there any rea
son to expect that God, in these days,
will heal our sick in any way resem
bling the manner in which .lesus heal
ed sick people? ?
( 1.) How do you account for the
fact that the devils all seemed to
(5.) Verse 35?Why was it necessary
for Jesus to get up a great while be
fore day and, in a solitary place, en
gage in protracted prayer?
(G.) To what exten? is It duty or
privilege for every Christian to follow
the example of .lesus In the matter of
protracted private prayer?
(7.) Would you say that Jesus had
certain set times for prayer, or did
he pray only when he felt the need,
and which method ought we to adopt?
(S.) Verses 36-37?Did Simon and
the rest of them do well to disturb
Jesus in bis private prayer, or should
I they have waited until his return?
I Give your reasons.
(9.) Verse 38?What is the differ
ence between the mission of Jesus and
that of any one, of his true followers?
(10.) Verso 39?Should a man with
a special message confine his work to
one church or to one town? (live your
(II.) Verses 40?111?If Jesus were
preaching in the flesh today would be
pay the same attention to the cure of
physical diseases as he did in that day
oi- would he refer them to the phjsl
eians and surgeons?
(12.) In view of the progress of
medical science and the marvelous
feats of surgery would you say that
God's present plan for the cure of
sickness is by these scientific methods?
Ciive your reasons.
(13.) If it is Cod's plan now to cure
sickness by human methods, why did
Jesus in his day eur<> people miracu
(II.) Christ in that day was moved
with compassion by Individual cases
of sickness and cured them inlrncu-1
ously. Why does he not do the sane*
thing when appealed to today?
(I."..) Verses 13-45?Whirl) Is the
greater sin. and why. to tri! a thing
when God tells us nor to do so or not
to tell what ho l ids us make known?
(I?'..) Matt. |v:23-25- Is it a lack of
faith on the pan of preachers today
that they cannot ??uro physical dis
eases, or is it because Cod wants to
cure them through medical science?
(IT.) What is God's attitude toward
those who tench that It is His will
HOW to cure disease, in answer t<?'
prayer, Without the use of the means.'
(This Is one of the questions (but
may be answered in writing hj mein,
hers of the club.)
lllhlc Question Chili
I have read the Suggestive Qties
lions tin the Sunday School Lesson
published In The Advertiser, also
i 08801) Itself for Sunday
. 191. .
(Ilate) (ho series of '?2.
i Name .
Your Questions Answered,
If you would like to ha\e npswefed
any particular question each or liny
week from "The Suggestive Questions
on the Sunday School Lesson" by Ucv,
Dr. Linseott, send in your request to
this office, giving the date of the les
son and the number of the question
you wish answered. You may select
any question except the one Indicat
ed that "It may be answered in writ
ing by members of the club" Dr.
Linseott will answer tho questions
cither in these columns or by mall
through this oflh e. Don't forget to
state whnt boneflt these "Suggestive
Questions" are to you. Give your full
name and address. Send your letters
to "The Question Editor of Tho Ad
vertiser, Laurens, S. C."
I1KST STOMACHS IN T1IK WORLD.
People Who depend upon MI-O-NA to
keep them freo from stomach misery
always have clean stomachs free, from
MI-O-NA stomach tablets will drive
OUt gas, sourness and stomach distress
In five minutes, Laurens Drug Co.
They will absolutely put an end to
Indigestion and make the stomach
sturdy and strong if used as directed
For all stomach ailments and for
nervousness, loss of appetite, night -
mnre( dizziness, overeating, drinking
and for all diseases caused by upset
stomach, MI-O-NA is guaranteed,
A largo box .'.(I ciiiih at Laurens
Drug Co. and druggists everywhere.
See the new line of Chamber S??;
we are showing.
S. M. & B. If. WllkC-3 ? Co.
Buy A Home With Rent Money!
The average tenter pays for his place every eight years
hut the land lord still owns it. Why Pay Rent?
YOU PAY AS RENT
ffiSf 17S Acres near Mt. olive Glllioil. Cheap ami on easy terms.
One-half interest in one of the finest lime quatries ill the South.
Four miles of Ware Shoals. Cheap on easy terms.
At $120.00 per year in 10 years. $1,581.68
At $120.00 per year in 25 years. $0,583.72
At $240.00 per ycarin 10 years. 103.30
At $240.00 per year in 25 years. 13,107.43
We will cut any of the following into Mich size tracts
as you desire. We buy at wholesale and retail land out
to suit the small buyer :
Splendid farm and ginnery at K.Uoin, containing I'M acres, ami
good dwelling, outhouses, etc.. 20-horse engine ami JO-horso boiler, two tH)
saw gin, all in good shape on easy terms or all cash.
About 100 Acres near Watts Mill, known as Hie lludgetl Land.
552 Acres located near Itoedy Kivor Power Company, oil Itocdy
III vor, and known as the Dor roh Place. Price, $12.60 to $20.00 per
acre, depending on number of acres and local ion.
200 acres three miles east of I.aureus. High state cultivation.
23 acres at Anil's c-oss roads, cheap for quick sale.
10 acres near Watts Mills, all improved, for $l,f)00, half cash.
105 acres, a pari of .1. N. Clurdy tract. $8.00 per acre. Qol the bar
Several bouses and lots near Watts Mill.
03 acres near Ora, level and good improved land. $50 per acre.
400 acres near Stomp Springs, $11.fit) per acre.
Wo also htivo for snlo ahoul Twonlydwo Acres ol land within the
corporate limits of the <'ny of I,aureus, known tis Orays Mill, which
wo will sell in small building lois, at reasonable prices, A good many
of thcSO 1<),S have cottages on them.
Remember thai we cut oft any number of acres de
sired by purchaser ami give any reasonable liuu in which
to pay. We want t<> make it possible for every white
farmer in Lau re us County to own his home.
Laurens Trust Company
R. A. Coop 15u, President. C. W. Tunk, Sec. & Treas.
Anderson \ Itlnkcley, Mnntigers Heal llslatc Sa!
EXCHANGE 1 ACRE FOR
Farm lands at Albany, (la., can be purchased at
$10.00 to $25.00 an acre. You can sell your farm, pur
chase the same number of acres in Albany, Ga., and
still have a balance. Write for conditions under which
we pay your round trip railroad fare. We will give
you names of many farmers who have done what we
say you can do and are pleased with their change.
Address EUGENE B ADAMS, Secretary,
Chamber of Commerce, Albany, Ga.
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vou will ^ astonish E?l
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numln>roi) hand taken In trndo l?y our CntrApo i ?. i
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u pintontii .Hi " our prices,
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totllitll, ; a inmtlt r-ii'l'.t ttMAtaih toithntdtt il Si.
HO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUKCTURES
NAILS, T?ck?,orCl.i??will not let tho air out
A hundred thousand pairs sold last year,
rblliiL', very dnraMn and lined inside With
a KiM-clal ? i ii a 111 v of rubber, which never bo?
comes porous and which closes up t-oiall
mine tu res without allowing tho air esoapo.
Wo have hundreds o( letters from satisfied customers
stat bur that their tlroa have only been muimed up onco
or twice In a wholo Reason. 'I liey w i.rli no morn than
an ordinary tire, the puncture rc.->Istlutf mialliics lieimr
(Civeu by several layers of thin, specially prepared
fabric.on the t read. The reirular prlco of theso tires
is 110.00 i?cr pair, but for advertising purposes wo nrn
makimr a special factory i<: i'?? to the rldur of only $1 50per pair, All orders shipped MOifl
day lettiT is received. \\*> KhloC o I), on approval, You d > not pay a, cent until yo\t
navo examined and f ? >n i1 * I Ihem strictly as represented
wo win an..waoaah discount of f.t re nt Uioroi>y mnuiim tiin hf iv flu.sa prr pair)If yon wn.i rui.l cash
with ORf?*.h and em ,<,?ii tili? no. rieciiii nt, Von r.ui no i cm ki ? i an order ??< ttio tiron may t?
r?tnrnodatOURaxponM) If fnrnny rv? hi tliey aro not ?atlnfnetors nn? . ination. w <? nro in rfi ciiy roiiat>?o
and nmnoy aent to on I n" *alo B Ii ? ' ? nh lf\ i ordi rn pair i
earner, run fa?tor. m ir Im t<< r. In i i m rorutl'l lonk Ilm r ttmn nnv th j
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fou toaendB?atrlalordar.il . huncotlim remarknliteI romft i
IF YOU NEED TIRi
price ouoted abovoi or A rito fi,r our ia?'i ro ilinl hui a/i.c.
k liel- < f t Iren at ulumt halft imi at i.
DO NOT WMT
Notlco th* thlckrubb?rtr??oJ
"A"and punctur* atrip? "B"
and "D"*l?o rim atrip "H"
to prevent rim cutting. Thio
tiro will outlast any othar
mako -SOFT, ELASTIC and
nil tin.i that ii . > win rid*
i ? e- <-r tinod or m en nt any prliyv.
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imiKeml for a pair of tteilrothnrti
i nt liioni .- 'in introiliictory
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