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Eggs Are Money
everywhere and all (he time. Tay a little
special attention to your liens. Get more
eggs and make more money.
I ^ Poultry Regulator
is a mild tonic which strengthens and gently
stimulates the digestive and egg-produein
organs, producing wonderful results
25c, 50c, $1
254b. Pail, $2.50
"Your money back if
? it fails"
fr?S^ Roup Cure
cures roup, colds, catarrh
25c, 50c, $1
Got Pratt, Profit-tbarins Booklet
Sold and guaranteed by all
. first class dealers.
YOUR FALL AND WINTER
Cleaning and Dyeing f
SHOULD BE DONE NOW.
We are better equipped to render i;
you prompt and efficient
service than ever
Footer's Dye Works jj
Always Safest and Best
i Gasoline and Kerosene !
Sold in air-tight Iron Drums.
Convnient to handle. Deliver in
small quantities in city.
R. ML Eichelberger
Agent Gulf Refining
Nice tract of 9 acres with a new 6-room cot
tage and barn at Cold Point known as the Dr.
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
at $2,250.00. j
30 acre, fine Farm, all in cu/tivation, 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 Spartanburg county, near Mus
grove Mill. See us at once for prices.
113 acres of land known as Monroe land, join
ing lands of T. J. Mahon. See us for prices.
47 acres near Tumbling Shoals, and Prospect
church, known as Watkin's Place. See us at once.
Home Trust Company
N. B. DIAL, C. H. ROPER,
President. Sec. & Treaa.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
TO HOLD CONFERENCE
AT ClINTON CHURCH
l'r? Oij t( ri.iiis of lllC South lloldiiitr
Campaigns of Hvimgclism mid st<>.
wardship und Clinton IMuce of Moot*
inir for Knorec Prcsbylery.
Tho Southern Presbyterian church
has Btartcd a groat campaign on
Evangelism and Stewardship through
out tho whole Assembly. Tho dbject
is evident from tho name; first, to
gather many into tho church, and
Becond, to enlist all that are now in
the church to an adequate support of
the beneficent work of the church. To
discuss and plan methods for attain
ing these objects. Presbyterial Con
ferences are being held all over the
South from Virginia to Texas, and
Florida to Oklahoma. Sixty-three of
these will be held in January nivo
early February. For Bnoree Presby
tery two conferences are to be held at
Cilnton on January 10-17. and Spar
tanburg on January 2S-20. The lead
er of the conferences is Dr. C. (i.
Vardell, of Hod Springs. N. C. The
program for the Clinton conference,
to begin Thursday, the sixteenth, Is ^
First livening, .Inn. 1(1.
7:30*7:40?-Song service. Prayer.
7:40?Introduction of Conference lead
er by pastor of local church. Row
F D. Jones.
7:45?Response by leader of confer
ence. Rev. C. Q. Vardell.
lism to Emphasize Evangelistic
Campaign, Song. Audience stand
ing. Rev. A. A. McGeachy, i>. D.
sessions. Rev. J. O. Reavls, n. 1).
9:20 -Announcements. Benediction,
Second Day, .Ian. 17.
Conference on Evangelism
0:30-9: 10?Song Service. Prayer.
9:40-10:10?Conference. Our Own
Presbytery, with Report of Sta
tistics Committee on Evangelism.
10:10-10:30?Bible Study on Person
al Work. Rov. R. Q. Pearson, 1).
in::;o-]0:3.",?Song, all standing.
10:35-11:35?Conference on Evange
listic Campaign. Questionnaire on
11:35-11:45?Signing up of churches
to evangelistic program.
11:15-12:00?Porsonnl Tost i in o n y.
"What has Christ meant to me?"
Season of Prayer. Boncdlction
Conference on Finances.
2:30-2:40 Son" service, Prayer.
2:40-2:50- What arc wo doing? Re
port of Statistics Committee on
2:50-3:00 -What should wc do? Reso
lution of Campaign Committee on
goal aimed at per capita.
3:00-3:30?How shall we do it? <1>
Appoint Dcneflcence Committee.
Exhibit Work of this Committee.
i2> Make Every Member Canvass.
Exhibit Every Member's Canvass.
3:30-3:50?Bible Study on Steward
ship. Rev. R. (1. Pearson. 1). 1).
3:50-4:30?The Every .Member Can
vass. Questionnaire on Every
4:30-4:40?Signing up Every Member
Canvass Pledge Cards.
4:40-4:50?Collection for Conference
4:50-5:00- Announcements, Song and,
7:30-7:40?Song Service. Prayer.
7:40-7:45?Statement from Chairman
Presbyterial Campaign Commit
7:45-.* : 15?Address?The Church at
Work. Rev. J. O. Reavis.
8:15*8:20?Collection for Conference
8:20-8:50?Address.?Life and Leader
ship. Rov. A. A. McGeachy,
8:50-0:10?Personal Testimonies from
9:10-!?: 20?Season of Prayer. Ad
FACTS AM) FICTION.
Experiences ui Laurens Citizens Vre
. .F.nsll) Proven to be Facts,
The most superficial investigation
will prove that the following state
ment from a resident of Laurons is
true. Road it and compare evidence
from Laurons people with testimony
Of strangers living so fa'- away you
cannot investigate the facts of the
case. Many more citizens of Laurens
endorse Doan's Kidney Pills.
Mrs. R. Templeton. 2in Fleming St.,
Laurens, S. C, saya: "Wc have used
Doan's Kidney Piljs and have found
them to bo just afc represented. Wo j
can recommend this remedy to any
one in need of a/tonic for disordered
kidneys. 1 waSI hardly able to get
about owing to/the pains in my back
and my limbs, feet, ban?*., and face
were badly swollen. Some one ad
vised me to t*y Doan's Kidney Pills
and I did so. The swelling soon left
and my pains and aches were remov
ed. I have had no cause for com
plaint since I used Doan's Kidney
Pills and I give this remedy the en
tire credit for curing me."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name?Doan's?and ;
I take no other. |
CROSS HILL NEWS |
t'm^t'.f-i *#????* ? r 7 v ? J" * * *
Cross Hill, .Ian. 6.?At an election
last Thursday for town officers Mf. L-.
F. Mi-Swain was elected Intendant,
and W. M. Wilier, J. C. .Wade, .1. D.
Black and .1. 11. Rasor. wardens, nil
re-elected. This CpUUCll lias been in
office several years and has given en
tire satisfaction and with J, \v. Koon
as chief of police good order has pre
vailed. It is very unusual to see any
sign of drunkenness here and liquor^
is generally tin1 cause of all disorder
Hoys and girls from here have re
, turned to college as follows: William
Wharton and Broslg Harmon to South
Carolina University; ,Lyl Leatnan, Quy
Martin. Charles Plnson, Larry McGow
on to Presbyterian College of South
Carolina; Misses Cert rude Iranian.
Ella Mae Martin, to Winthrop; Kate
Austin to New York; Anne Austin to
Philadelphia and Hugh Plnson and
Paul McQowan to Atlanta Modjcal
College. Messrs Scurry and Workman
whose parents live just over the line
I in Newberry county also left for the
I Atlanta Medical college. Messrs. Wes
, ley Pitts ami .1. (V Coats fill return
to teach at Cross Anchor and Trinity
Ridge respectively. Miss Blanche
Plnson to Youngs and Miss Ida Turn
er to New Prospect.
The earthquake shock last Wednes
day about 1:30 o'clock was felt and
commented on by a number of per
i sons hero. Some hear dthe roaring
noise and others noticed tin vessels
rattle and felt the vibrations. Thurs
day night we had a terrific wind
storm just after midnight. Some per
sons were afraid their houses would
blow over. Mr. ('. I). Nance's large
wagon shelter blew down ami broke
to pieces his buggy and farm imple
ments, also a chimney of Mr. Robt
Wad? 's was blown down.
The many friends of Mr. W. c. Rasor
are grntffiod to know that he is Im
proving in health and hope he may
soon he able to return to his home
He is still at Johns Hopkins hospital
Mr. .1. O. Brown and family of
Greenwood county have moved to our
town. They will receive a hearty
Mr. Hen Owens who lives about two
miles from town, lost his house and
contents by lire Saturday night. Mr.
Owens is a bachelor and lives by him
self, lie had just retired for the.night
when he heard the noise of the fire.
He only saved his one suit of clothes,
lie had no Insurance. The lire orig
inated in the stove loom. This re
moves another one of the old land
marks. Before the war it was the
handsome residence of the lute Dr. .1.
C. Watts and later the hoim of Mr.
David Owens, father of Mr. lien Ow
R A HI N NEWS.
Rahun. .Ian. G.?The earthquake was
right heavy through this section last
Wednesday evening about one thirty
o'clock. There were no damages how
Mrs Nancy Owens is very sick at
Messrs. Luther Roper and Will An
derson of I.aureus were in this com
munity several days last week hunt
Mr. and Mrs. Dempscy Hohler, and
daughters Misses Margie and Mut'lcO,
of Green Pond section, and Mrs. Re
becca Owi iis of this community, spent
last Friday with Mr. ami Mrs. Claude
Wasson of Friendship community.
Dr. and Mrs. .1. w. Reason of Rden
section visited Mr. and Mrs. T. F
Mr. Boardio Owens and family of
Kden section spent Sunday with Mrs.
"IT BFA TS MI! HOW
ZKMO STOPS ITCHING!"
No Wonder ZKMO IS GUARANTEED
To Stop Itching, and DOES It.
A few application of ZKMO. the re
markable new remedy for skin ailic
tlons, and away go the terrible itch
ing and pain of eczema and eczema
sores, pimples, blotches, prickly heat,
It gives relief instantly to any Irri
tated, Inflamed or raw skin. It sooth
ing effect is almost heaven!/ ZIOMO
is a liquid. You apply it in a moment.
It sinks right in and its work begins.
It cannot be equaled by anything In
this world for sunburn or reddened
skin. Use it on the children for prick
ly heat, on any sores, bites or stings
ZKMO is absolutely safe. Dandruff ab
solutely disappears after using ZKMO
It will cost you only 25 cents to try!
ZKMO first and prove it.
ZKMO is sold In 25-cent and $1 bot
tles, or sent direct on receipt of prico.
by B. W. Rohe Medicine Co.. St. I^oui?,
Mo. The $1 bottle contains six times
as much as the 2f>-cont bottle.
Sold and guaranteed in Laurens by
the Laurens Drug Co.
Special: We offer a fine quartered j
sawed oak China Cabinet of large size
and plona polished at $22.76. This is
a regular twenty-eight dollar value,
now Is the time to save money on a]
China Cabinet at
S. M. A K. H WILK KS & CO.
$ Ladies and Gentlemen
S You are cordially invited to visit
^> our store on Jan. 15th and 16th to
inspect a handsome line of fabrics
TRAYMORE TAILORING COMPANY
These tailors are among Amer
ca's best, and both Ladies and
Gentlemen can be assured of a suit
that is perfect in fit and in quality
<<h of material.
$ LADIES ESPECIALLY INVITED ?
S Remember the dates and call
j? whether you purchase or not.
JUST TAKE AS DIRECTED
ami your trouble will vanish. For our
Y^*^^ medicinoB uro exactly as represented,
of full strength and guaranteed purity.
This applies whether you need soinu
simple remedy for slie.lit disorders or u
complicated prescription for a critical
Dodson-Edwards Drug Co.
Agents for Norria' Candies.
The joyous feeling that body and
mind are in sound condition?and
that you can fight the world as a
man should?these are the heaven
given rights of all men, rich or poor
If you preserve your health you
have within you always a big
help to your success in life. Our
LAX FOS the Great Liver Tonic
A compound of the best known
Phosphates, Herbs, etc., taken
occasionally, keeps the body in
perfect condition, cleanses it of
all poisons and makes you feel
that life is indeed worth living.
Price 50 cents per bottle.
Keep it With You at All Time.
Prescriptions a Specialty
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office 1a Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
Notice of Teacher's Examination.
An extra teachers examination will
be held in the court house on Friday,
Jan. loth, 1013, beginning promptly
at ft o'clock, A. M., and closing at i
O'clock P. M. Those desiring teachers
certificates Will govern themselves ac
ORO. L, PITTS,
Co, Sti|)t. Education,