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? MADDEN NEWS ?|
Maddon, Feb. 4.-?One month of the
year 1913 gone and very little farm
work done, and still it rains! The
farmer that was wise and plowed in
iho fall, Is the one who la not worry
ing, now that tho. rain is with ua.
Weren't you all glad when the sun
faired to shine out on the morning of
Feb. 2nd? That was "ground hog"
day, you know, and as he didn't see
his shadow, when he first came out
of his den, he trotfced peacefully down
the mountain side and we can all re
joice ?hat the worat of the 'wjnterv, te\
The many friends of Miss Frankle
Culbertson will be pained to hear that
she is seriously 111 at her home near
Ekoim. Her brothers, Messrs. \J.; Der* J
nie and Bee Culbertson,, were called
to her bedside Sunday. The lateBt re
port was that she was some better,
but is still quite sick. Miss Frankle
Is a great favorlto with a large oir
cle of friends?a woman of splondld
Intellect and Indominatjable energy.
Wc trust that her useful life may be
spared to her family and friends. \
Mrs. M. T. Allison is now able to be
up most of the time, her friends and
relatives will be glad to hear.
Mrs. John A. Madden has been a
little indisposed for the past few days,
but is better now.
Mr. Pat Madden, of Cross Hill, Is
spending a few days with the family
of his brother, Mr. Jno. A. Madden.
Mr. Lin wood Martin and family
moved last week to the city of Lau
rens. We hate to give these good
neighbors up and Mr. Martin is too
good a farmer to go to town anyway!
Tho good wishes of many friends go
with them to their new home.
Mr. J. A. Wofford, of Greenwood,
spent the week-end with his family
The Misses Langston, accompanied
by their brother, R. .). Langston, and
nephews. Tom B. and Harold Culbert
son, were the guests of Mrs. Tom
Shaw, of Cold Point. Saturday. They
were met there by Mrs. Shaw's moth
er, Mrs. Dick Davenport, of Atlanta
and a very enjoyable day was spent.
Mr. Walter Thompson, who has been
out west for the past few years, is
now on a visit to his fatfher. Judge
Thompson and other relatives in the
Mrs. J. A. Wofford and children
were visitors to Laurens Saturday.
The little folks, who had succeeded in
getting on the honor roll of Pros
pect school, went up to take advan
tage of Mr. Lavender's generous offer
and take in the moving picture show.
Miss Lillian ProlIUt. Wiho is teach
ing in Union county, paid a short
visit to homefolks recently.
Mr. Herman Boyd, who has been
With J. D. Culbertson tor the past
few months, has returned to hi home
near Chestnut Ridge. By his genial
manners Herman made many friends
while good wishes will follow him
wherever he may go.
EKOM NOTES. *
Ekom. Feb. 3.?We have had heavy
rains the past few days, so the farm
ers Will got another rest from plow
We are having a good Sunday school
at Union church.
Mrs. Jane Cooper is quite sick at
.Messrs. Lonnio Culbertson and
Gary Codfrey wore out driving a
young colt Sunday, when the animal
became contrary in turning a place
In the road and fell, breaking their
buggy pretty badly.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Culbertson went
to see their brother, Mr. James Cul
bertson near Fountain Inn, Sunday.
Mrs. Iioretto Elledge spent few
days of last week with her n.jther,
Mrs. Jane Cooper.
Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Cooper visited
their sister, Mrs. Lou Culbertson,
Miss Pearl Culbertson and mother,
made a flying trip to Ware Shoals
CALOMEL IS UNSAFE.
Local Dmgalst Who Sells Hudson's
Liver Tone Guarantees It to Take
the Place of Calomel.
If your liver Is not working Just
right, you do not need to take a
chance on getting knocked all out by
a dose of calomel. (Jo to the Laurens
Drug Co. who seih? fDodson s Liver
Tone, and pay 50 <->ju\ ? for a large
bottle. Von will get a harmless veg.
eta hie remedy that will start your
liver without violence, and If It dOCC
not give complete satisfaction the
druggist will refund your money with
If you buy a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone for yourself or your chil
dren, you have Insured your family
relief from attacks of constipation,
biliousness, lazy liver and headache.
It is as beneficial and safe for chil
dren ns for adtlltfl, A bottle of Dod
son'K Liver Tone Is something every
man or woman should keep In the
bouse. Your money is safe because
you can return the bottle if It fails to
X CROSS HILL NEWS ?
Cross Hill, Feb. 3. ?Mrs. Hagood of
Greenwood, visited her daughter Mrs.
M. A. Leaman last week.
Dr. R. C, Davenport of Augusta, was
with his people here last Wednesday
A second election was held last Tues
day for two trustees to fill the places
of J. W. Simmons and J. H. Rasorwho
declined to serve. J. E. Leaman and
Conway Dial were elecied.
-</' Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pitta and little son
of Whitmire, came Saturday to visit
his mother, Mm. Lizzie Pitts who lives
Miss Cora Griffin and Mrs. Mose Sey-1
more of Greenwood are with Mr. and I
Mrs. Eph Griffin for a visit.
Miss Mary Wall, teacher at New
berry, came Saturday to visit Miss ]
Miles ??ho is a teacher h?re.
Little Miss Evelyn McDonald who]
has been with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. L. Crisp for several weeks
left Saturday for her home in Atlanta
in care of a lady friend.
Among those who attended the Corn
Exposition in Columbia last week were
Dr. J. H. Miller, C. D. Nance. P. B.
Watts, L. E. .Reeder, Mr. and Mrs. H.
L. MoSwaln and Mrs. L, F. McSwaln.
Isn't it a shame that our legislators
have to waste so much time legislat
ing on whiskey? It doos look iike it
can never be settled. The great ma
jority of men love it and will use It,
and, as a boy In our Sunday School
said to his teacher: "Some women use
it too." More time and treasure wast
ed on it than most any one tiling.
Shame! Shame! Shame!
Dial, Feb. 3.?The ladies of Gray
Court, and Dials gave an oyster sup
per at Gray Court Friday, beginning
at 1 o'clock, continuing on during the
evening. In spite of the Inclemency
of he weather a goodly crowd was
out and a handsome sum realized.
The proceeds go to help embellish the
Methodist parsonage at Gray Court.
Mr. Broadus Gray has returned to
his home after a visit In Macon, Ga.
Owing to the school at this place
enlarging so, another teacher became
necessary. Miss Annie Chlldress of
Laurens is now acting In that capacity,
Mr. William Brooks, spent a few
days last week in Columbia attending
the corn show.
Mrs. W. C, Brownlee had as her
guest last Saturday and Sunday. Miss
Lee Holt of Greenville.
There has been a good deal of sick
ness here, however, all seem to be
now on the road to recovery.
Superintendent Geo. L. Pitta was
in our midst Thursday.
Miss Mary Fraysor of the extension
department of Winthrop College, vis
ited Dials school Thursday morning.
Miss Frayser's lecture was instructive
and progressive?, as well as Interest
ing to the pupils and teachers.
Mrs. Ben Sullivan of Laurens. was
the week-end guest of her mother,
Mrs. I. S. Brooks.
Messrs. Haskell Gray and Ambrose
Holder were visitors in Greenville
Mr. B, H. Gray spent Sunday with
Mr. l). I). Brownlee.
Miss Jewell Curry, had as her guest
Friday night Miss Nell McCall.
Mr. l'. M. iieiiams and family were
the guests of Mr, 1). D. Harris and
Misses Annie Childress and Mat tie
McFadden spent the week-end in Lau
rens visiting Miss Childress' mother.
.Mothers Can Safel) Buy
Dr. King's New Discovery and Rive it
to the little ones when ailjng and suf
fering with colds, cough?, throat or j
lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless,
once used, always used/ Mrs. Bruce
Crawford, Niagra, Mo./ writes: "Dr.
King's New Discovery/ changed our
boy from a pale weak sick boy to the
picture of health." Always hell?.
H- It at Laurens Drug Co. and Pal
nu .to Drug Co.
HAIR for WOMEN
Is easy to hnvc, Natural Colored, Lux
uiant and Radiant. So many women have
iroy or faded hair; neglect it until it be
comes thin, dry and lifeless, begins to fnil
out and mokes them appear much older
than they really are. ?If yout hair ie in
.his condition get a bottle of
to-day. Don't wait any longer?start us
ing it NOW. Yo i'U be delighted at the
results from even one or two applications,
The grey hairs gradually ri'-ssoppcnr and
your hair will become full of life and vi
tality ; soft, glossy and beautiful.
Always ask for HAY'S HAIR HEALTH.
It never fails?Results guaranteed alter a
fair trial or your money back.
For Male and recommended by
LAURENS DRUG CO.
|M Every Good Boll Counts |
WBKfa^ y-:' *1 j ?w ^n mai,y cotton fields there is too
WKx^&J^f?^ *'V;'i much "weed" and the bolls fall. To
WjjjL^^S^^^^^^Z, prevent this balance the plant food.
BBwfe^^T^ The old idea that cotton does not need much
P^$S9**^i^WMr Potash is hard to eradicate. But the longer
Phosphates have been used on the crop the
?Sjjjk' \ "V. greater becomes the need of more
Br^^^|?%^_ Try a cotton fertilizer with 6 to 8 per cent
?Ks.^<r%|^^fe^ Potash and use liberal side dressings of Kainit.
Wf^ 7! ^i^f^Sm It win pay because Potash Pays.
Wm^^J //mix your old style fertilizer with an equal
?IIIIII /^/yJi^WmSl r quantity of Kainit.
?Mill /J$M^^& We now ?eil Kainit and all Potaih Salts direct. Write
lull A rw/ ?* 'or Pr'ccs and for our free hook on Cotton Culture.
I'll'' ff GERMAN KALI WORKS, |nc
ff U BrWir.T. N?w T?t Um? hit* IWa. CMc? *u* ft Trart WUt.. Unmmti,
I Ji VMkM Cwtnil Baak IUf.. Ma* <MsMS E?plr? BMf., AtUata SuFrtadM.
N. B. Dial A. C. Todd
DIAL & TODD
Enterprise Baak Building;, Lauren*, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
MONEY TO LOAN
Jno. W. Kerfro?on C C. Faatheretone
W. B. Knfcht
PEROUSON, PBAiUBRSTONE & KNKHtT
Alt6rneyn at Law
Laurens, S. C,
Prompt and careful attention given
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
Dr. T. L. Tim merman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
Itch relieved in 80 rtlnutes by
Woolford's Sanitary tx>tlon. Nev
er falla. Sold by '
Palmetto Drug Co,
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Win pntefdc* in all 8t*t? Court?,
(rrompt attention (riven to all burine*e.
Have you ovorworUod your nervoua ay?
tem and cauaed trouble with your kid
neya and bladder? Have you patna In
lolna. aide, back and bladder? Have yau
a flabby appearance of the face, and un
der the eyea? A frequerit donlre to pasa
urine? If so. WIlllnmR' Kidney run will
euro you?Pr?gelet, Prlco 60c.
WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. Prop... CI???UnJ, Ohio
LAURRNS DHU? CO.
1-nnrrna. 8. 0.
I tic. Ribbon Sale. Rilibop worth IGc to
26c per yard, sale prior 10c yard.
J. C. Hums & Co.
Condensed Passenger Schedules.
llotween Greenville, Anderson and
Trains leave and arrlvo Grcenvlllo?
rornor Main an<i Washington Street?.
Effectivo Sunday, January 12, 1913, ac
No. Time No. Time.
1? 6:66a.m. 2? 8:2? a. m.
3? 7 :46 a. m. 4?10:36 a. m.
5?10:00 a.m. I 6?12:36 p.m.
7?ll:4ga. m. 8-^-2:15 p.m.
9? 1:46 p.m. ^io?? 4:16 p. m.
11? 3:40 p.m. ' 12? 6:00 p.m.
15? 4:56p.m. 16? 6:36 p.m.
17? 6:35p.m. 18? 7:36p.m.
19? 8:10p.m. 20?10:35 p.m.
?21?11:00 p. in.
Tickets on sale at G. S. & A. Termi
nal Main Street.
10. THOMPSON. C. S. ALLEN.
General Manager. Gen. PasB. Agt
DR. CLIFTON JONKS
Office In Slm&aotM building
Phone: Office No. 86; ileaidenco 219.
SALE AGENTS FOR
PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS
Sale Agents for AMERICAN LADY
and >V. B. CORSETS.
The Store of Quality
Preparatory to Visiting the Northern Markets
to Buy Spring Stock.
Our buyers, Mr. D. A. Davis and T. J. McAlester,
expect to bring back the most complete and up-to-date
stock, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishings, Ladies' Ready
to-wear, Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery, it has been our
fortune to have-so keep your eye on Laurens' Best Store?
The Store of Quality.
The Store of Satisfaction.
The Store of Value-giving.
The Store that always has the right style.
The Store that always gives your money's worth.
The Store that wants to merit your patronage.
Do this all during the year 1913 and you will be
richer and happier in the knowledge that you have se
lected the right style, price and value for price paid.
After Stock-taking we will have lots of Odds and
Ends in Winter Goods that it will pay you to purchase
here at the low cash prices we will name.
All The Ladies Are Happy!
WHY? Because we are now Sole Agents of Pictorial Review Patterns, the pattern
of style, the pattern that never fails to please. Give us your pattern business as well as
your patronage on other lines.
A i.i. THE L I TEST IN
MEN'S 11 VPS nnd SHOES
JNO. B.STETSON nnd OTHER MAKES
^?LiBI If I
Laurens, S. C.
GH K I S \ OUR TAIOLOIUNG
WE SAVE VOI MONEY