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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, September 18, 1912, PART 1, PAGES 1 TO 8, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7',
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You may be able to run a
political campaign on hot
air and excitement. But
business aint run that way.
Fresh water-ground corn
Kingan's F. F. V. Hams
and Henry Clay Flour are
fit for a King and others.
White Satin Flour fresh in
stock and more coming. You
We sell Cotton Seed Meal,
Bran and Shorts, Rice Meal
A full stock of new Seed
Rye, Barley, Red Rust-proof
Oats, Vetch and Crimson
Cotton Picking Sheets,
Hamper Baskets, New Ar
row Cotton Ties, 2 lb, 2^ lbs
and 3 lbs. Bagging, good
and heavy, also 30 yard rolls.
Factory Bagging?figure our
price and your profit.
"Forget the man that was
elected and forgive the one
Let's all do business at
the Big Store.
Laurens, S. C.
Statement of the Condition of the
BANK OH GRAY COURT,
Located at Gray Court, S. ('., at (he
Close of Business, Sept. 4, ltti'2.
Loans and Discounts .. ..$ 95/ .15
Overdrafts. | .Gt>
Furniture and Fixtures .. I,iib4.63
Due from Banks and Bank
ers . 4.158.81
Currency. . 478.00
Silver and other Coin .. .. 140.02
Capital Stock Paid In .. . .$ 2.r.,000.00
Surplus Fund. 8,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Cur
rent Expenses and Taxes
Dividends Unpaid. 7.00
Individual Deposits subject
to Check. 21,667.52
Savings Deposits. 143.28
Time Certificates of Deposit 13,316.60
Cashier's Checks. 295.65
Bills Payable, including Cer
tificates for Money Bor
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurena. as.
Before me came L. R. Broi Cash
ier of the above named bank, ?/ho. be
ing duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing statement is a true con
dition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
L. R. Brooks.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 12th day of Sept., 1912.
W. H. McCain.
Correct Atttest: R. L. Cray. J. W.
BeasOn, S. D. Martin, Directors.
Notice of Election.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of the qualified electors and
free-holders residing in Hunter school
district No. 4 Laurens County, South
Carolina, asking for an election upon
the question of voting a 2 mill
tax upon the property in said
school district to be used for school
purposes, have been filed with tho
county board of education, an election
is hereby ordered upon said question,
an election to be held on the 18 th day
or September, 1912, at Hope Well
church In said district, under the man
agement of the trustees of said school
Only such electors as return real or
personal property for taxation and
who exhibit their tax receipts and reg
istration certificates as required in
the general election shall be allowed
Those favoring the 2 Mill tax shall
vote a ballot containing the word
"YES" written or printed' thyercon.
Those against tho 2 mill tax shall
vote a bal'ot containing the word
"NO" written or printed thereon.
Polls sholl open at tho hour
of 8 o'clock In the forenoon and shall
remain open until the hour of 4 o'clock
in the afternoon when they shall be
closed, and the ballots counted.
The trustees shall report the result
of tho election to the county auditor
and county superintendent of educa
tion within ten days thereafter.
GBO. L. PITTS,
8-2t By order of County Board.
Harris Lltbia Water far Laarens Ceaa
Residents of Laurent County wHl he
tarnished with HARRIS LITHIA wa
ter for personal use, free of charge, by
applying at Bottling plant between
nine o'clock A. M. and Noon Sundays.
Bring glass vessels thoroughly cleans
Harris LithJa Springs Co., \
C. H. Pettus, President. '.
Warrior Creek. Sept. 16.?Quite a
heavy rain fell here Saturday night. It
came too late to do the crops much
good. Nevertheless it will do late corn
some good and it cooled the air and
settled the dust.
Mr. W. B. Compton has Just closed
a successful singing school at War
rior. He organized a choir of forty
members which is quite an Improve
ment at Warrior.
Misses Datie Farmer and Ethel Tay
lor of Switzer, were the charming
guests of Miss Erilla Brownlee last
Mr. James Bramlett and wife have
returned to their home at Little Hock,
Ark., after a pleasant visit to his
mother, Mrs. Susan Bramlett.
Miss Carrie Fowler is attending the
graded school at Lanford this session,
which opened last week.
Messrs. S. C. and K. Ii. Brownlee at
tended an ice cream festival at Switzer
Baptist church Saturday night.
Miss Alma Gilliard of Greenville re
mains the attractive guest of her cous
in, Miss Telma Childress.
A number of our young people en
joyed a picnic at the Little Nob near
Barksdale Wednesday. Those enjoy
ing the outing were Misses Mittie
Todd, Lola Putnam. Etta and Erilla
Brownlee. Mary Jackson, Pauline Ow
ens. Telma Childress and Alma Gil
lian! and Messrs George Little, Bas
com Brownlee, Cecil Jackson, Leon
Ycargin. Don Burns, Charlie Owens
and Luther Ball.
Miss Mittie Todd returns to G. F.
C. Tuesday to resume her studies,
this being her senior year. We wish
for her all success and prosperity.
Mrs. Ola Bramlett entertained the
Woman's Misisonary society Thurs
day, a goodly number w as present and
all enjoyed the hospitality of the host
ess to the fullest extent
Mrs. M. W. W. Fowler left Monday
for Gray Court, where she goes for
several weeks treatment. Her many
friends hope for a speedy recovery
and thai she can soon return home
Mrs. Susan Anderson of Laurens is
Bpsndlng some time with her brother,
Mr. Jas. A. Fowler.
All those who have a torpid liver
weak indigestion or constipated bow
els, look out for chills. The season
Is hero and the air is full of disease
germs. The proper thing to do is
to put your liver in good condition
and purify the stomach and bowels.
DR. M. A SIMMON'S LIVER MEDI
CINE is the right remedy It answers
the purpose completely. Price 25 c.
per package. Sold by The Laurens
Eden, Sept. 16.--The farmers are all
very busy now gathering their cotton,
but it scorns that they are not going to
get more than a half crop.
T. B. Reeves is spending a few day
with his mother. Mrs. Emma Reeves.
Mr. S. R, Gray has purchased a car.
Misses Mae and Allie Babb and
Carol Roper spent Friday with Miss
Carl Beeves left Sunday for Waynes
boro, Va., where he will teach school
Cnrd of Thanks.
1 desire to thank the voters of Lau
rens county for the honor they have
conferred upon me by electing me as
one of their representatives In the
general assembly. I shall endeavor to
further evince my appreciation of the
confidence reposed in me by doing all
1 can to promote the best interests of
our county and state.
H. S. Blackwell
Card of Thanks.
1 wish to thank all my friends for
the many acts of kindness shown nie
during the recent campaign and those
especially who supported me on Au
gust 27 and Sept. 10, 1012.
L. Dunk Curry.
The Men Who Succeed.
as heads of large enterprise are men
of great energy. Succcesn, today, de
mands health. To ail is to fail. It's
utter folly for a man to endure a
weak, run-down, half alive condition
when Electric Bitters will put him
right on his feet in short order. "Four
bottles did more real good than any
other medicine I ever took." writes
Chas. B. Allen, Sylvania, Ga. "After
yoars of suffering with rheumatism,
liver trouble, stomach disorders and
deranged kidneys, I am again, thanks
to Electric Bitters, sound and well.'
Try them only 60c. at The Laurens
Drug Co. and The Palmetto Drue Co.
Farm For Sale.
47 acres land near Tumbling Shoals,
and Prospect church, known at Wat
kin's Place. See Home Trust Co., Lau
rens, S. C.
When you feel*lssj?*
vous, tired, worried or despoadent H is a
tare sign you need MOTTS NERVEJUNE
PILLS. They renew ?h#? normal viger and
make life worth living. lie iure and auk far
Mott*. Ncrrcrine Pill? C%?fi
W11UAMS MFG. CO.. Propi., CUreUnd, Okie
LAURENS DRUfl CO.
Lanrens. 8. C
SUNFLOWER SEEDS AS FEED
Value Is Not Fully Appreciated by All
Poultrymen?With Grain Make
The fact that sunflower seod? make
good poultry feed is ?ot fully appre
ciated by all. With any grain they
make a well balanced ration These
llowers grow well upon all Irrigated
tracts. The growth is very rapid and
the large broad leaves afford excellent
shade for the young chicks. It 1b al
ways a wise policy to plant the Beeds
so that they can be conveniently used.
The falling seeds are thus Baved and
the shade afforded is very valuable.
Sunflowers grow and produce the
largest heads whev planted In rows
and cared for like corn. It Is always
advisable to allow tho beads to be
come thoroughly ripe before harvest
ing. Cut as little of the stalk off with
the heads us possible. The heads are
conveniently fed whole, especially
during the winter months. When fed
in this way it will bo found that the
i.eeds are relished by the fowls.
When the poultry lb molting there
1b no better feed known. Wheat and
millet .re sometimes fed with the
sunflower feed. This makes a ration
very valuable, not only because of
Its affording a variety but because of
the valuable feed constituents that
these grains contain. This ration,
With an occasional feed of fresh meat,
will make the hens lay. Corn should
never be fed more than once a week
fo." egg production, but it Is very val
uable as a fat producer.
EXCELLENT BREEDS FOR EGGS
HoudanB and Ham
burgs Will Prove
If eggs alone are wanted, it will be
best to keep only non-sitting breeds,
of which Leghorns, Mlnorcas, Andalu
sians, Houdans, or Hamburgs will do
well on the farm. If necessary, the
eggs may be hatched In Incubators,
which, In careful hands, now do good
work; or a few may also be kept of I
some sitting breed. Pure bred fowls,
useless for showing, can usually be
obtained at a low price; and after all
is said against "fancy'' birds, as a
rule they will pay better, selected
with Intelligence, than average farm
mongrels. Hut any decently fine farm
stock can be greatly Improved by
White Leghorn Hen.
purchasing every year merely one or
two young cocks of the breed select
ed. Thus, If the cocks are Mlnorcas.
the farm stock will gradually be con
verted Into hardy black fowls which
seldom or never sit, near the Minorca
type- while If Dorkings be used, there
will Kaan be a fine race of table
fowls. Often, when there is any one
on the farm who cares about It. It
will bo best to make up every year a
special breeding lot of fine birds. No
farmer would expect to make his oth
er live stock pay unless he saw to
such things; and he cannot expect
fowls to pay either, unless he will
give the same ordinary thought and
care to them.
Whey seems like pretty thin diet,
but it is really better than nothing
In the line of milk.
The harder the hens dig, the less
you will hnve to dig.
A weak chick never makes a profit
When your birds get big enough for
the market, let them go. That ends
the worry about hawks, crows and
Share the fresh lettuce with your'
birds. Good plan to sow some Just j
for tho poultry.
The hen that does the best with the
least labor on your part, is the one
you are after.
Some folks have their house* so
that they can open them up all
around the foundation walls when it
is hot and let the air circulate every
Provide clean quarters, pyre water
and wholesome food for the chicks,
and disease among them will be a
It is not wise to change breeds
every spring. All the stnndnrd breeds
are good. Make the one you already
have do its best.
It Is a mistake to wash eggs or to
mako them clean. It Is better to
have tho nests clean so that the eggs
need not k?i dirty.
Call out the poor layers ano give
the prolific hen more room to work.
. Ducks should have a plentiful sup
ply of sh'aip grit.
Grand Millinery Opening j
September 26 and 27th
After a thorough search in the Northern
Markets, I have secured a Dandy Line of Swell
Hats, Notions. Rveryone is cordially invited to
inspect this handsome line.
I will be assisted this season by
Miss Lilly Mae Rudd.
Hiss Lyda Rudd, Cross Hill, S. C.
vThien you waul
Advertiser Printing: Co.
Laurens, S. C.
Ac^r H ARCOURT &CO.Louisville. Kv
Cill MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS
Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality.
Is more popular now
than ever. It is an ideal
gift for a birthday or
v. edding anniversary.
We have some beau
ties is Scarf-Pins, Pend
ant-Lockets and Broa
ches in both the shell
and stone varieties at
reasonable prices, qual
SEEING IS BELEI VING!
We are going to give you an opportunity to
get the correct Styles and save money on your
Fall purchases. Are you open to conviction?
We want you to come and let us show you through
our different department and let you see for your
self just what kind of Styles and Values we have
Our Millinery Department!
We are going to make this Department one
of the most attractive you have ever visited. We
will have two experienced Milliners from Balti=
more that will have charge, and we want you to
come and see what we will have to show in Styles.
One of the principle features will be that we are
going to have the prices to please.
Ladies and Misses Coat
Suits in some of the best
values that you can find any
Special Suits at $10.00, $12.50,
$15.00, $20.00 and $25.00
Ladies' and Misses' Coats in this
seasons best styles at $7.50, $10.00,
$15.00 and $20.00.
Royal Worscester Corsets. Have
you ever worn one? If you want the
best try one. Price 1.00, 1.50, $2.00
Men's and Boys' Clothing
in some of the best values
and most attractive styles
you can find.
We want you to see our Men's
Suits at $10.00, 12.50 up to $30.00.
Special in Boys' Suits from $2.00
We are going to show some of
the biggest Shoe Values you have ever
seen. Don't stop until you get here if
you want shoe*. We have something
that will interest you.
LAURENS, S. C