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? NEWS FROM JONES. ?
Jones, March 25,?Rev. R. M. DuDoso
will preach here the 5th Sunday at :?
p. m. A cordial Invitation is extend
ed to everyone to conic and hear him.
Hon. J. F. Wideman of Greenwood,
was in our midst recently.
Mr. Crompton is on a visit to friends
and relatives at Easley.
The friends of Herbert Golden sym
athize with him in tin- recent death
f his wife.
We recently met our friend, Mr.
Andy Mitchell, of Princeton.
Messrs. G. B. Hiley and George
Jones recently purchased fine mules.
Rev. Wm, Buzhardt of Hodges, de
livered a Sunday school address here
on March 17th.
Messrs. M. B. McCuen and Jas. Mach
en of Princeton sold cotton at Ware
Shoals last week.
Mrs. Susan Manley, widow of the
late Newt. Manley, after a lingering
illness, pa^fed away on the LMst lust.
She was a most estimable woman and
we tenderly sympathize with the be
Messrs. Thos. Miller,Of Greenwood,
and Joe Davis of Harmony, paid us an
appreciative call last week.
Born on the 20th lust to Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Norwood, a daughter.
The Ware Shoals cotton market has
been in advance for several weeks.
Mrs. Thos. Sullivan of Ml. Bethel
operates a large poultry farm very
DON'T Iii: HALB.
Xenrlj Any One Mnj Secure a Splen*
did Growth of Huh'.
We have ;i remedy that has aided to
grow hair and prevented boldness in
u:> out, of ion cases whore used accord
ing to directions for a reasonable
length of time. Thai may seem like
a strong statement it is. and we mean
it to he. and no one should doti'ot it
until they have put our claims to an
We are so certain Rexnll *?:," I lair
Tonic will cure dandruff, prevent bald
ness, stimulate the scalp and hair
roots, stop falling hair and mow new
hair, that we personally give our posl
tiVO guarantee to refund every penny
paid us for it in every rnstanee where
it does not give entire satisfaction to
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is as pleas
ant to use as clear spring water. It is
delightfully perfumed, und does not
grease or gum the hair. Two si/.< 8,
liOc ami $l.oo. With out guarantee
back of it, you certainly take no risk.
Sold only at our store?The Rexall
Store. The Laurens Drug Co.. 10.1
TYLERS VILLI: DOTS.
Tylersvllle, March 25.?Sunday being
rainy there was no preaching in this
Mr. J. S. Craig spent Sunday with
his mother at Ora.
Miss Ida Turner spent the week-end
in Cross Hill with relatives.
Mr. W. C. Winters spent Sunday
with Mr. W. I). Byrd and family.
Miss Lula Donnnn of Whltmiro spent
tho week-end with relatives here.
Mr. L, S. McChray spent Saturday
afternoon with Mr. T. P. Poole.
Miss Mattio Melle Peterson and
brother William, visited Misses Grace
and Fannie Poolo Sunday afternoon.
The Misses Donnan spent last Wed
nesday night at the home of Mr. W.
Mr. William Byrd was in Lnurcns
Mr. William Peterson spent Satur
day night with his sister. Mrs. Joe
Prior, near Laurens.
Mr. T. P. Poolo was In Laurens on
Miss h ma Donnan spent last Wed
nesday . ghl with Miss Mottle Helle
Mrs. J. W. Peterson and daughter
Miss Mottle Belle, spent last Wodncs
day at the home of Mr. Will Donnnn
Coming out every time you comb it?
U die falling hair ruining that beautiful
thick and wavy hair that you arc to
proud of and treasure so much ?
You can stop the (ailing out and re
(tore those gray hairs to their natural
color just as soon ns you begin to use
HAY'S HAIR HEALTH. Don't delay
?don't run the risk of losing altogether,
with thin, scraggly, gray hair your
beauty and youthful appearance.
Keep your hair natural colored, thick
ond glossy, and you will always keep
your good looks. It is not a dye.
1.00 and 50c at Drug- Stores or direct upon
receipt ol price und dealers name. Send 10c lor
trial bottle. Philo Hay Spec. Co.. Newark. N. J,
For sale and recommended by
LACHENS DRUG CO,
Laurens, s. c.
On Going OK Half Cocked.
Editor The Advertiser:
Allow mo (space In your paper for a
few words to the farming people of
Laurens county. For the last low days
I have heard more people complain
ing that they could not get what
planting they wanted done than over
before. I honestly believe that if ev
ery farmer in Laurens county would
take his time and prepare his land
right and plant about half of what he
did last year, put the rest in corn and
sow more peas, he will he in a bettor
position this coming fall than he was
It pays to take time and prepare
land right. If you were to kill a bird,
would it pay you to bang away as
soon as you heard bis wing flutter or
would it pay to wait a second or two
and prepare yourself right and kill
with the first shot? It is the same way
with some farmers. They will hurry
and hurry and get the crop planted
and half fixed and when fall comes
they begin to say "I didn't mako a
half crop." Can you expect any more
when you didn't half Ax it?
it would be better to prepare half
wiiat you plant, make more on the
same land and save labor. I have
heard a number of farmers say that
they diil not have enough labor. We
do not need more labor or cheaper
labor. We need to plant less cotton,
prepare it well and make fertilizer an
swer for part labor and then at the
end of the year we will all come out
bettor than we have over done before.
a. i. n.
It, P. I). Xo. 4.
Attention 1,11(1? Girls:
Every little girl in Laurens county
under 11 years of ago should enter the
I'k'ture Coloring Contest now being
conducted by S. M. & E. II. Wllkes &
Co. They are offering some very
handsome prizes for the best colored
pictures. You little girls will Und it
lots of fun. and just think how nice it
would ho to own the little stove, 'he
nice mahogany writing desk or the
lino little Rattan Hocker. They v. ill
close the contest Saturday. April 20ttl
so you can havo plenty of time to
finish your picture. Don't delay, hut
go to S. M. & B. H. Wllkes & CoY.
store and get an "out-fit" and start
Pea Ridge. March 25.?Mrs. M. A.
Sumcrel visited her daughter, Mrs.
Clyde E. Todd In Clinton Tuesday.
Mr. John T. Dempsey of near Lau
rens moved into our community last
week. We are glad to welcome Mr.
Miss Annie Bailey was the guest of
Mrs. R. 0. Halrston Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Weathers visited
Mr. Victor Weathers Thursday.
Our young people enjoyed a party
given at the home of Mrs. Chapman
Mr. U. K. Goodwin visited Mr. and
Mrs. Steve Taylor in Laurens Sunday.
Mrs. M. A. Sumerei and Miss Ora
Boll visited Mrs. .1. T. Dempsey Sun
Miss Bessie Blakely and Mr. Worthj
Chapman visited Misses Orone and
Mabel Goodwin Sunday evening.
duo not tr> lack of food but lack of digea
I'miiclatlon the result of lriok or
hi ri t due to tho non-aasimilntion.
oi'rood hi other words Dyspepsia. Tho
. ipoiflo for "I! dlaordera arising from
ipnirod />?'</'8if?tcm. Itgivos
,,, - ,, a I onto ii a ri Hi i and positively mm.
?? i um .'I yeara old. Pot eighteen years 1 suf
fered (' ?Vn Dyspepsia, .mil experienced all the
de '.I i -.sink' symptoms associated with that terrible
disease. I consulted a number of physicians and
wits treated for eight months by an eminent for
eign specialist. Temporary relief was all I rc
eived. My pastor Insisted on my trying your
Dysi cpsla Remedy. That was ten months ago.
I I; ivc not had any trouble With my stomach tor
(ho past seven months. Am n<>\\ perfectly well
and know thai my recovery was directly due to
the use <>f your truly valuable Remedy."
Mks. A. M. UPHic.nr, Syracuse, N. Y.
Triftl ?i/o, 25c; larger aizcB, 50o. and $1.
S.GHOVCH OH AM AM CO./lNC.I NEWOUROH, N.Y.
LAURENS DRUG CO.
I.aureus, S. C.
notice of Final Settlement.
Take notice that on the 27th day of
April. 1012 at 10 o'clock a. m. I will
render an account of my actings and
doings as administrator of the ostato
of .1. P. Saxon, deceased, In tho office
of O. G. Thompson, as Probate Judge
for said county and state, at Laurens.
South Carolina, at which time I will
apply for a final discharge as such ad
All persons holding claims against
said estato aro required to present
them dul" proven at said time, or they
will he forever bnrrod; and all persons
indebted to said estate are required
to make payment to mo.
C. A. Saxon,
As administrator of the estate of .1.
P. Saxon, deceased.
March u7, 1012.?1 mo.
I LOOK! I
j Cotton Seed $1.00 per j
j Hundred Pounds, j
j R.M. Eichelberger j
j DIAL COMPANY I
!! We are in Business to do Business in a
!S Business Way. We keep an up-to-date Fresh
!! Line of '. I
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Prompt attention, Quick Sales. Short '>'?
Profits are our Watch Words. Call to see us
in Dial Building or Phone 50 when wanting
!! anything in our line.
? J. C. HENDERSON, Manager jj
A FEAST OF FASHION
Our Spring Opening
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Newness and Beauty .Linked with Modest Cost
Narks, Welcome You to Our Well-filled Store
We do not consider it enough to bring you the finest fashions
early. We also make it an important matter that those finest
fashions shall be most fairly priced. Then we know that we have
a Trinity of store attractions few women will be able to
resist. Early Showing, Correct Styles, Equitable Cost. That is
what invites you here to shop. Our store is overflowing with
fresh shipments, received direct from the real centers, that voice
the latest note mounded by Dame Fashion.
Some Specials for the Opening Days!
3,000 yard-wide Bleaching worth
7'Jcts, Opening Days, 10 yards
to customers, the yard
2,000 yards 38-inch Sea cr
Island, the yard
Wide Wales Pique, the latest for
white skirts and suits c ~
the yard 15cts, 20cts <&DK*
Silk Foulard, Muslins and Taffeta
in all the latest shades.
45-inch Alcazar Foulard Ofl^r
silk, the yard at ^"^
Silk Hose Black, Tan and White
25cts, 50cts, $1.00 and .$1.50
Long Silk Gloves all Colors.
2,100 yards English Torchon Lace
2 to 3^ inch wide, worth 5cts
to 7>^c per yard. Opening^^,
Days the yard.
27-inch Embroidery Flouncing,
45-inch Embroidery worth 75 cts
Opening Days 48C
60 dozen Val Lace and Insertion
Opening Days, the doz.
600 dozen Ladies' Vest
The Busy Corner
Laurens, South Carolina