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WATTS MILL* ?
?Watts Mills. Oct. 28.?There was
very good attendance at prayer meet'
Ihr last Wednesday night.
Itev. .Mr. Mel,in begun a series of
meetings at Watta mills church last
Sunday night. These meetings will
probably continue through the week.
Bro. Mel,in preached Sunday night
from the text "Restore unto nie the
Joys oT thy salvation*', found in the
llfty-llst Psalms, from this text he
drew three very important points
First, that there Is joy in salvation;
second, that this joy can be lost and
third, that it may again be recovered.
It is trusted thai the people will turn
out at this meeting in great numbers
to hear this servant of Ood deliver to
a dying world the glad gospel message
of the Son of (Sod. It is also hoped
that during this week a meat revival
shall break out in the hearts of every
true believer and that hosts of sin
ners may accept Mod's mercy and be
Mr. .1 .A. Mailer visited in Clinton
Again last Saturday night at eight
o'clock, the Watts mills company
gave their employees another treat in
the way of a concert company. At
eight o'clock tin- auditorium was till
ed to overflowing and all enjoyed
themselves far over an hour listening
to the tine music and sons- delivered
by the Cosmopolitan Four. These en
tertainments are certainly enjoyed by
the people here, and they are cer
tainly grateful to those who so kind
ly engage toucs entertainers to come
to Watts Mills During the past quite
a number of these entertainments
have been given and all of them were
fine and the people always look for
ward to the announcement of their
Well, frost has come once more to
undress the earth of her beautiful
mantle of green. Anil now people will
gather around tin> fireside during the
Iftng winter nights to read and talk
of the long ago.
Mrs. l.i/./.ie Riddle Is much Improv
ed at this writing and her many
friends hope soon tff see her out
Last Wednesday night the Lucas
Avenue Baptist church, in regular
conference, decided to ordain to tin
ministry, Mr. Jno. A. Mailer. Bro,
Marler, for a number of years has
been licensed by this church to preach
and during that time has so proven
himself that the church deemed It
wise to ordain him to the full gospel
ministry. Bro. Mailer Is a strong
man In th<> faith and we are certain
ly glail to ??< ml such a one from our
mhlst to proclaim the everlasting g'>s
pel of the Son of God. We lest as
sured that limity great opportunities
lie out before t.ils brother. And be
lieve liiut the Lord will do urea',
things through him to.- tho advance
ment of Ii' \ kingdom her i below, it
is sincerely hoped that n? this broth
er goes oat i i labor 111 the .Master's
vineyard, that some nearby vacant
Held will call him to labor among
them and that he shall not he suffered
to go from our midst to some more
Kov. .1. i). Bowon of Klnards, s. C,
visited at the home of Rev. .1. M.
Trogdon, last week.
Mr. Walter Kelly who was quite 111
last week, is much improved and able
to be about his work.
Mr. .lames Comp ton, who has also
been on tue sick list, we are glad
to report is also Improving.
The united M. R. P. Sunday school
? lass Is progressing nicely with Rio.
.1. W. Prior, president and Bro. .1. A.
Marler as teacher. It is hoped that
more will come out and Join the class.
The doors stand open for all who will
come, regardless of denomination or
belief, so be on hand next Sunday
morning at ten o'clock at the auditori
um and get your name on the roll.
It Is also necessary ro bring to mind
the fact that the regular Sunday
school is progressing nicely also, held
in the church ovory Sundny morning
at ten o'clock. One and all come out
and bring all the little ones. It would
certainly gladden the heart of the be
loved superintendent. Pro. ('. 11. Sims
to see all the children and older ones
labouring in the Sabbath school, so
be on baud next Sunday, don't forget.
Watts mills is a beautiful village,
and new comers move in every day.
almost. They are certainly coining to
a good place. For those who have
lived here long don't want to leave,
ami those who have left, we are sure
want to return for there are not
many mill towns that can get ahead
of Watts. Everybody is hospitable,
friendly and home-like. The overseers
in the mill are kind and noble men
and all run on smoothly, and with all
this, added to the beautiful location,
why should it not be called a good
IMno 0rove, Oct 28. Miss Jennie
Stewart, of Fountain Inn. is getting
along nicely with her school at this
Mr. Jeff Sexton of Laurens, has
taken the contract to build the new
school house at this place.
Mrs. TV A. Willis, of Cray Court,
spent part of last week with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Brnmlett.
Miss Mary Patterson, of Lanfnrd,
Is visiting Mrs. W. L. Held.
Mrs. C. Y. Craddock spent Sunday
in Laurens with her son, Mr. Zeno
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knight spent Sun
day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Floyd Jones, of Cray Court,
spent Saturday night with Mr. Luther
Mrs. Fred Pranks Is making her
home with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reid.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Todd spent Sun
day^ afternoon with Mr. Patt Todd.
Mr. and Mrs. Fix Bramlett. of Lau
rens, spent Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. Fred Franks.
Miss Mae Bramlett spent Friday
night with her sister. Mrs. Oscar Mod
look at Dr. A. C. Fuller s.
Mr. Foultryman: If you are not get
ting eggs, don't blame the chickens;
help them along by feeding Conkey's
Laying Toni,'. Palmetto Drug Com
pany has it. ll-6t
Valuable Land For Sale.
We will sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday the 12th of November two'
tracts of laud cut off of the late home
place of SV. I.. Hopkins.
Tract No. 1. contains 138 acres, more
or less, and it COlltbtns the dwelling,
barn, cotton house, store house ser
vants house In the yard and two ten
ant houses with 3 good wells of wa
ter on the place.
Tract No. II contains 101 acres, more
or less, of very valuable farming land
and has one good tenant house on
it, stables and cotton house, good well
of water. Both the above tracts of
land lie well and are in a high state
of cultivation, one mile from Rabun
Church and school. This land is on
the main public road to Greenville
ami also on the road leading to I'elzer
by Dunklin's Bridge.
Terms of Stile: one-third cash, the
balance secured by mortgage with in
terest at 7 per cent per annum.
Remember the date. Tuesday, Nov.
12, at 11 o'clock to be sold at the
late home of W. 1.. Hopkins.
It. .1. & .1. 11, Hopkins.
GENTLEMEN OF THE JURY.
Jurors Drawn for First Work of No
vetllber Term of the Court of Com
Laurens?T. J. Irwin, T. J. Weeks,
u. H. Donaldson, W. H. Knight, II. L.
Madden. Ceo. N. Franks, J K. Heid,
K. fi. Young.
Dials M W. Gray. Jno A Thorn-j
ason, w. f. Chapman, Homer Hen-'
s. f. Thackston, A. .1. Owens, N. (!.
drlx, C. B. Owing*, T. T. Andrews
Youngs?C. R. Bobo, John S. Todd,
Scuflletown O. I.. Hunter, Russell
k Poolc, 0. w. Cunningham.
.lacks Leo I. Spoon, T. R. Nahors.
George M. Nahors
Hunter?Edgar Todd, William L.
Cross Hill?E. A. Adams
Waterloo?John W. Ahrains, L. C.
Culbortaon, John W. Cooper.
Sullivan?.). R. Pitts. R. M. Holt,
J. M. Sumerel.
Says Hudson's Liver Tone Is the Best
Remedy for Constipation and Shirk
ing Liver he has Kier Sold.
Every person who has tried Dod
son's Liver Tone and knows how
surely and gently it starts the liver to
working and relieves biliousness will
hear out the Laurens Drug Co. in this
Btatement about Dodson's Liver Tone.
"It is a purely vegetable liquid, that
entirely takes the place of calomel,
harmless and pleasant to the taste,
that has proven ltselr the most satis
factory remedy for a slow-working
liver that most of our customers have
ever tried. A large bottle sells for
fifty cents and we do not hesitate to
give the money back to any person
who tries a bottle on the strength of
this statement and Is not satisfied with
In these days of doubtful medicines
and dangerous drugs, a statement like
the above is a pleasant assurance that
Dodson's Liver Tone is a reliable
remedy for both children and grown
ups. In buying a bottle for immediate
or future use it is well to make sure
you are getting the genuine Dodson's
Liver Tone and not some spurious im
itation that has copied our claims, but
do not stank back of their guarantee.
You may be certain of getting the gen
uine If you go to Laurens Drug Co.
The State Fair.
Indications uro that the South
Carolina Stute Fair, Octoher 28th
to November 2, will be the largest
In the history of the Society.
Columbia Is preparing for tbo
great gathering or the poople. of the
SYMPTOMS OF CONSUMPTION
Yield to Vinol.
Tho medical profession do not be
lieve that consumption is inherited,
but a person may Inherit n weakness
or tendency to that disease.
A prominent citizen of Evansvillc,
Ind., writes: '1 was ill for livo
months with pulmonary trouble, and
had the best of doctors; I had hemorr
hages and was in a very bad way.
Through the advice of a friend I tried
Vinol, and I feel that it saved my
life. It is all you recommend it to
be. I believe it is the greatest medi
cine on earth. I have advised others
to try Vinol, and they havo had tho
same, results." (Name furnished on
Vinol soothes and heals the inflamed
surfaces and allays tho cough. Vinol
creates an appetite, strengthens the
digestive organs and gives the patient
strength to throw off incipient pulmo
Try a bottle of Vinol with the un
derstanding that your money will bo
returned if it does not help you.
LAUREN'S DRUG CO.
Lauren?. S. C. '
The Cosmopolitan Four.
The Cosmopolitan Four, the Brat at
traction of the lyceum course, was
given at tse graded school Friday ev
ening and was enjoyed by a fairly
largely audience, which, by the way.
the iadies expected to be larger. With
the exception of the painful attempt
at being funny, indulged in at odd
times, the company g.tve a most credit
able performance, one that would coin
pare favorably with any of the lyceum
numbers. The attraction was above
the average and if the "backers" of the
course continue to give as good num
bers, doubtless the course this year
will prove very enjoyable.
Women and men who use Parisian
Sage can be sure their hair will never
Parisian Sage will preserve the na
tural color of tin* hair; stop it from
becoming faded and lifeless, and by
nourishing the hair root give to the
hair a lustre and radiance that com
? arisian Sake stops railing hair;
banishes dnndni". maKO.S the scalp
clean and free from itchtness and pro
motes a growth of heavy hair.
Large bottle 50 cents at dealers
everywhere. Sold by Laurens Drug
Co. on money back if dissatisfied plan.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens. ,
L. F Abercroinbie as Administrator of
the estate of A. B Holt, Deceased,
Mrs. Lela .lane Polt, et al, Defendants.
Pursuant to a decree in this action.
I will sell nt public auction, at Lau
rens C. II.. S. ('.. on Salesday in No
vember, 1912, it being the 4th day of
the month, within the legal hours of
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land lying, being and situate in Lau
rens County, S. C, known as the A.
II. Holt place, containing forty-two
(42) acres, more or less, and bounded
by lands of A. Abercroinbie on the
north and west, on the east by lands
of W, S. Holt and on the south by the
public road leading from Laurens to
Terms of sale: cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers. If purchaser fails to
comply with his hid, the property to
be sold on the same or some subse
quent salesday, on the same terms, at
the risk of the former purchaser, and
without furthci order of the court.
O. 0. THOMPSON.
Oct. l i. 1!M2 12-3t
Under and by virtue of the authori
ty vested in us as executors of the
last will and testament of James
Wham, deceased, we will sell at pub
lic outcry, at Laurens Court House,
South Carolina, on salesday in No
vember, next, being the fourth day
of the month, during the legal hours of
sale, all that tract, piece or parcel
of land lying, being and situate in the
County of Laurens, in the State of
South Carolina containing one hun
dred ninety four and one-half (101 !-'_'?
acres, more or less, boundede on the
north by lands of Glenn A. Fuller, on
the Fast by lands of Carl Puller, on
the South by lands of Dr. A. t\ Puller
and on the west by lands of Hurley
Franks and others, being known as
the home place of the late James
Wham, deceased. Terms of sale cash.
The purchaser to pay for papers.
Dated the 12th day of October, A. D.
(SignedI George Wham,
Walter T. Mahaffey.
Executors of the last will and testa
ment of James Wham, deceased.
Jno. W. Ferguson C. C. Featheratone
W. B. Knight
FERGUSON, FEATHERSTONE & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
Prompt and careful attention given
Oflice Over Palmetto Bank.
We Will Buy A Car Load Of Mules At
COUNTS & COWAN'S STABLE
Laurens, S. C, on
Friday, Nov. 1 st, 1912
We Mean Business and Will Pay Cash
Counts & Cowan's Stable, Laurens, S. C.