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The old fertilizer
formulas arc giving
way to the new. At
every farmers' meeting
lone subject should be
the fertilizer formula
that will furnish a balanced ration to the crop and keep up the fertility
of the soil. To do this the fertilizer should contain at least as much
as Phosphoric Acid. Our note book has condensed facts essential
in farmers'meetings and plenty of space to record the new things
that you hear. Let us send one to you before your Institute meets.
A supply of those is furnished by request to every institute held in several states.
We will 1)0 glad to send a supply delivered free of charge to every Institute, Grange
or Farmers' Club Officer on request. It contains no advertising inaitel
German Kali Works, Inc., 42 Broadway, New York
Mooadncck Block, Chicago Whitntr Bunk Bid*., New Orltanl Baak & Trail Bldf,., Saraonih
A GREAT LOAD
of anxiety will be off your mind if you
do your drug and medicine buying
here. For by so purchasing you are
absolutely assured of the purity and
freshness of the remedies you require:
You can have faith in the medicine and
the doctor, too. His skill and our
faithfulness to his orders make a cure
speedy and certain.
Dodson-Edwards Drug Co.
Agents for Kern's Candies.
Stop That Shivering
Discard the light-weight Underclothing for
Ladies' bleached ribbed Underwear 50cts the
Suit in separate pieces. A special number in
a higher grade at $[.00 the suit. See this quality.
Ladies' Suits in all-wool scarlet or white at $2.00.
Men's and Children's Wool Vests 50c each.
Children's White Union Suits, sizes from 5 to
11 years at 25c the suit while they last.
Men's extra qu ility heavy fleece in white at
Ma i's Scarlet all-wool Suits at $2 00 a suit.
Ladies' and Childens' Blazers and Sweaters.
The Alpine at and Aviation Togue.
Ladies' anl hildrens' wool Hose.
Ladies' heavy fleece black cotton Hose.
A complete line of Hosiery in all weights and
Ladies' Golf Gloves and all sizes for children's
school wear at
W. 0. WILSON & co. \
ATLANTIC COAST LINE HSTJ TOUR
PANAMWAMAICA-CUBA - FLORIDA
Via the 0ver=Sea Railroad
IS OFFERED AT A COMPARATIVELY
For full information, the approxi
mate cost of the trip from any point
desired, and for schedules and re*
servalions on trains and on the
ship, address the undersigned, who
will accompany the party.
I RAFFIC ACF.NT. ATI. AN"
r. V|. JU1.1.I, Havana Officr: Jon. 17 lo Midsummer? Prado fil
The Cruhe will be on
EVANGELINE D ft?oF6THsEco
length 364 ft., with 262 staterooms
Sailing from Key West January 7,191.1
I Jan. 21. Feb. 4 and 18,
Other Sailings March 4 and 18,
1 April 1 and IS.
IT WILL ONLY COST A f~\ J\J CT CT Nl T" I?-.?.!!.. TS5
POSTAL CARD WORTH V-/ I N C- C I N I PARTICULARS
Jolly St. Nicholastown,
??TJT T N( I IU>?." said NilU as
u I she and Nod took their
?^J |i neos, one on each arm of
i in- big rocking chair, in
which, ns iisiinl. during tin- children'*,
hour, hp was s?>nt<Ml hi'tort' llu> blaz
In? log lire, "yon promised you would
take us to St Nh'hohiHtown sonif
"That's so!" r*"!:'1"""! Ned "Anil
we're all n I urn r<l now. Lot's start
Tool toot: ciaim-a lau? n lang: Next
"Hold on." said their uncle. "I*ni thr
conductor of this excursion myself
Tin- llrst station
is May hot own.
Thon we come to
I'erhnps li ore
We follow the
hanks ot (Joose
ereek, which, as
you know, wan
to pot to Noplace
nnd t hi- fu st t hin?
you know - w hy.
her?' we are nt
the RlltOS of the
<? i t y which I*
namod after good
is i he ulliee of the Wish
takes t he place ot a post
man lie In
?we he .m i.
A ISO A It I)
with us. ami a hus\
too This is nhoiil how he talks
hlUISOlf as he records the wishes
they come over the wlshophotio:
"A Bled Tor It.My. skate? foi Joe!
A wish thai Christmas will bring us snuw.
A poor woman wishes u won't ho cold;
Dick wants a suit for n soldier hold;
1 lolls for a million or more of Klrls
With gO*tO>ftloop eyes and (luxen curls;
Millions of box OH of candies und such,
Uooks in French. Knjrllsh. Bpnnlsh nnd
And every Known language under the sun.
Wagons and pistols, watches that run
"Hut here's old St. Nick himself
Listen to Iiiiii l'.ut I forgot that while
lie understands all laugmiges he speaks
only Kiinttishitn, so I'll have to trans
late, lie says
" 'Hello, chicks!
see your deal old
Clad ol it Mal?
Yes. we're Inisy. \ e
So you've come to
flToUd, have you7
Vi Kirsel I at hnilie
\ lillsy, indeed. Inn
never too busy to bo polile We have
every kind of filetor,\ in ibe world hero
and all rusliod ^vitli wishes I tell you
it keeps us lnis\ sori n? llioin W hy
if we Mied every onb r Jusi as it eiune
the world would u a funny place
.lust think oi n: Here's a llltle pioku
ninny wishes to ho put ill oil white, nn
other boj wishes bo was a mau. und
a man wishes he was a hoy. and a girl
wishes she was a boy, and so on. bill
we ?ot a funny wish during the dull
season last summer A little bo.v
whose mamma would nol let him go
in swlllimiim ever) day wished he
would he luriiod llllo a lish so ho could
?o swimming all Hie nine IIa na. nr
That reminds uie ot the saying in
Mother < loose
.If wishes wore horses, beggars
Would ride." And a churmlug lady
Moiher (louse Is The deal soul writes
me every now and Ilten, and I'm glad
to hear from her I'll road yon hei
last letter It says:
" T>enr old Rants Claus, I hope you're wall
As for mo, I'm foolirtK welllsh,
With only food and dririH enough
To Klve to life m relish
I'm BOinewhat bothered, though, at times
And more than I care in tell,
For l.lttle Hoy Ihne and Little Mopeep
l?on't do their duty well.
And little Johnny Uiwn anil big John
Will uuarrel About the rat.
Willie the Three Rllnd Mice eat up the
Helped hy Jnrk's oik rat
Tin- Little Roasi IM? Is pretty well.
And Jack and Jill are betlor
I cannot write about ol) the folrts;
'Twould make Iihi lom; a letter
And now I mu*t stop and put on the pot
of porridge for the Man In ilia Moon
Give my love to a!) wood children
Wherever they ma\ t?e found
And loll them I always llnnU of them
When Christmas comet- around
With best WISlv
M,(!ood, dear oil. Molhel <Ioose. She
certainly has hoi bmids full, but I
was Inlklllg about present factories
nml sm-b Illings
I .<>ok around yon
Take thai candy
fnetory, foi m
stance It's built
ol t he I I n i' 11
blocks ot candy
in the world, siir
rounded bj a
grove of eboeo
late pMilll trees
In that bill over
yonder is n line
plum p n d ding
m I n e T ll a i
stream Is a loin
Ollllde river Its
banks and Oed
?ire simar Thai
> cracking sound yon hoar is from
cracker factory Ha. ha ha!
crack crackers nnd Jokes here too!' "
"Rut." Interrupted Nun. "now tell us
truly, I'lielo Boh, Is there n Sunt?
Claus or Si Nicholas, and does Im real
ly come down the chimney '"
"Now. when It comes to that." nn
sweivd I bo llliele "there are noun
tilings it doesn't do to ask too niun.t
questions nlimit Theres one thing I
do know though and that 1* that ev
ery Christmas either Haina ot some
iHld.V else solids me a tol ol thing's I'm
might) glad Hi iret ami am vei'j thank
fill to receive."
'is TflKllR A SANTA
NtS time somebody
ithey could never
tilld Ollt Will) it
wain played u Joke
?in Sunt n Cluus
mill tore off nil
thf leaves of the
ciiletidur up to
Deo. 22, which, as
you know, Ik only
three days before
Christnnis. It wns
nnd the went her
whs very hot. but
Sunt? ClttUH, wtio
hnd ulwiiya none
according to hl?
cnlendnr nnd hint never found It wrong
believed time must hnve slipped by blm
without his reitll'/liiK it.
He hud heeti rut hei taking tils time
In the workshop mid hnd scarcely hnlf
enough toys to go iiround. so lie wax
much worried how to give presents to
oil his children
A fairy beard him talking, to himselt
about his troubles nnd hnd a splendid
Idea. She hurried into thf woods mid
told the other fairies mid nil the lien sis
nnd birds und buns nbolll Sntllit ('hius
trouble. asking Hielt help to the unit
"1 don't see how we i nn help llllioh "
said ii little bear enb "We eun't inn ice
"No." said the t.iiry. ?'but you cnil
be toys. My plmi is lor us to offer to
take the places o! the toys thnt Santa
ClnilS needs. We fit I r it's ;:in lie dolls,
for there me lots of dolls" dresses In
Santa's workshop. I know."
"Splendid!' Siintii said. ".lust hop
aboard my sleigh, wbleh is hitched In
the front yard, mid we'll he oil "
So the 11 III Hill Is mid buries nod every
thing else hopped Into Sil lit II's great
Sleigh, mid lie. Cllmlllllg to the sent,
chicked to his reindeer mul bade tln u
?PHBAD THKiit w:n>;s \m> kkkw okp
fly over the ground Li lit they could
not move the sleigh, tor there was uo
snow on the ground Sunt? Cluus did
not know what to do, hut the fnlry de
dared that she eon Id Us that dillleulty.
She blew u little whistle, und butt
dreds of white wild geese onuie Hying
ffolii the sky She (old thetu Wlllll
wus the mutter, mid the geese, catch
lnu (he e id ot II long rope in their
beaks, spread 'heir w igs nnd were
oil with the sleigh mul Its previous
loud healing it us llgUilj us ? feather
so thnt it |iacdl> l??uelied the ground
It) nioruinu Smiiu visited all the
tow us and left presents everywhere
He hadn't :t single Illing left in his
Sleigh mid thought tbm he bad done
u very good night's work The ettil
(lleli When tlley nwol.e in the IllOriltllg
und found i he presents Wondered
where they eollld have collie front
Some ot the little hours hud curds
II t'ou ml then ."ks which rend "A
Merry Clirtsliutis' Tile children wer,,
surprised bill |n.vn><sl) begun t<> phi)
with their strange toys I'be little bubs
bears, win. Kept then .lav.- curved in
so thai ibex won dii't scratch, were
the most de'lghtftll Illings The fill I
dfen were Very fond ot the gifts
The glionies made splendid Mown
dolls, mid some of the fairies were pur
t It'll hi rl.v pretty dollies The birds in
the enges ?iiiii: sweetly the beetle
drilled like nmiles of real soldiers, mid
the held mt e spun on Ihell heads mid
skipped ovel eiieb other'- tnil to the
amusement of then small owners
In n few diivs. however, the children
begun to tire even of these wonderful
new toys and tile t'orc-l people snld
It was time to return to their OWli
When 'he? renehed home they srart
ed in to he!|i Santa ('lulls make toy
as f a-i a- Hie) i'fllHd so f??:? f no tlllll
would tie io-t foi rite rent (Tirlsinnis
Tin- deitl old man hol hl Hilf Htm
found he liflci made u mistake in tin
r|iir|. Mllll lb l "?? ? le d. i. M ., . .! i?
eJtpe 11tu- 'i.evithii euii fro.n tun
? ni um ?i-11iii tune
An Aching Back and
Bearing Down Pains
Only suffering womanhood knows what it means to struggle against the paralyzing
influence of tnese symptoms. There is household wotk thai must ho done and
only .( weak, nervous. discouraged wonun to do it. It is almost a hopeloss
prosoect. No wonder the 8 p i i Woman lnxi life a dreary burden. Thoro is holp
at hand, however, (or those who will use it.
Is a Woman's Medicine
It is as pleasant to lake as I ho Juice of a sweet orange. \ rt it performs wonders.
It puts an end to suffering, builds up the nervous system, strengthens the
appetite and acts beneficially on women's delicate organism, promoting
regularity, cheerfulness, a strong vigorous body and clear, healthy complexion.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers. Price $1.00 Per Bottle.
C. F. SIMMONS MEDICINC CO., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
Laurens Drug Company
i^aurcr.s. South Carolina
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c ?/f oti< hvlttix .? "c //in s i".mas / ;?'#;/?;" for
C'VCM'VOIIt' w /?<> ;is/,s \ < > i/ f<> If ml It im money, / i V Of f
\\W)#ll fo /o^<- ;i )'/?/<?/*</, /<?//</ hint j???<?/1<? \ ; >'<>/-, ii'/icfi
VOM fijs/t' hint i'tn* it, you will /</.-.<? Inttli yui/r I'l'/o/n/
vom- AIOA'/S V.
/>.\.V/i vofff* mio/icm*.
1T>I."M I'WSllhY nrv ih
w hat V'Ofl t-.ir/i.
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LAURENS, S. C.
a rr a a a >l aa a.a.:<,n.u.:t'..-..a u'.a a: -.a ::;,-.;a.a :r.a:.-r a a a ;c ?: r; a a aa )( a
Nice tract of 9 acres with a new 6-room cot
tage and barn at Cold Point known as the Or.
Good Farm of 142 acres near Barksdale Sta
tion with dwelling, two tenant houses and out
buildings, known as James Todd Place. A bar
gain at $18.00 per acre.
Good 6-room house and lot in city of Laurens
near square. House in good repair. A bargain
30 acre, fine Farm, fill in cultivation, one mile
of Princeton fronting Dr, Gilkerson's place, at
$40.00 per acre.
100 acres, fine farm, known as Polly Franks'
place, four miles above Laurens.
167 acres in Sparfcanburg county, near Mus
grove Mill. See us at once tor prices.
113 acres of land known as Monroe land, join
ing lands of T. .J. Ma hon. See us for prices.
47 acres near Tumbling Shoals, and Prospect
church, known as Wat kin's Place. See us at once.
Home Trust Company
N. B. DIM., C. II. KOPEK,
E'reairient. Soc. A> Treas.
LAURENS. SOU1 II CAROLINA
(OU'.MIUA, NKWRKRUY \ Mi I.AI KENS RVILKOAI).
Schedule effective November 22, 1012.
Schedules are puhllahcd only as Information, and uot guaranteed.
S'.On a m
u.i'.o a m
9.47 a m
10.11 a in
11.04 a m
5.00 |> m 11 a m
6.26 |> m 1.12 p m
6.44 p m 1.20 p >n
7.'f> p m 2.30 p m
7.r>r? p in 2:r?2 p m
:<: ::s p m
8.08 |? m
7.52 p m
6.58 p m
6.36 p m
3 .'>."> pro ill ."> a m
3.34 p m D.60 a m
3.20 p ui 9.32 a in
2..to p m 8.44 am
2.05 p in 8.20 a m
Lv Columbia Ar
Ar Laurens 1a
Nob. 52 and ">:i dally nolid through trains between Charleston and Green,
villo carrying buffet chair ears. Arrive and depart from Union Station, Co?
Nor. 51 ami .">."> solid through trains between Columbia and Oroonvlllo.
Arrive and doparl from Oorval? street station. Columbia, Daily excopt
No.-. .')U r.nd 51 solid through trains between (Columbia and l<nui'ons. Ar
rive and doparl frohi Gervala Street station, Columbia. Operni tl on Sunday
W. J. < I AIO, P. T. N'., |J, A, TAKRI5R, Com'l Agt..
Wilmington, n. C. Columbia, s. C,