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HOW TO BUILD SILO.
Southern Railway Booklet Gives In
formation on Economical Construc
tion of SUo.
Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 3.?How the av1
erago farmer, using ordinary farm
tools, at an expense or only $65.00
can construct a silo with a capacity
of 55 tons?enough silage to feed 20
cows 40 pounds per day for four
(months?Is told i na booklet just got
ten out by the Live Stock Department
of the Southern Railway, a copy of
?which wil be mailed free to any farm,
er addressing request for same to Mr.
P. L. Word, Live Stock Agent South
ern Railway lBldg., Atlanta, Oa.
"Where there Is Dive Stock on the
Farm there Should be a Silo" Is the
title of this booklet which tells of the
advantage to the fanner of having a
silo and the great saving which 11
enables him to make in the cost of
?whiter feeding for his live stock. The
ftgtires arc taken from the practical
experience of a Tennessee farvmer
who built a silo on the lines indicat
ed twenty years ago, who finds it as
good as new today, and feels that it
has paid for itself many times over
Secretary of Agriculture Will son
has recently declared that the South
eastern states constitute the ideal
section of the United States for rais
ing live stock and must bo looked to
iu future years for the nation's food
supply. To stimulate interest in the
live stock industry and to aid the
farmers successfully follow this line,
the Southern Railway has established
its live Stock department which is
giving undivided attention to this
WORDS FROM HOME.
.Statements That May be Investigated.
Testimony of I,aureus Citizens.
When a Lnurcns citizen comes to
the front, telling his friends and
neigh Purs of his experience, you can
rely on his sincerity. The statements
of people residing in far away places
do not command your confidence.
Homo endorsement is the kind that
backs Doan's Kidney Pills. Such tes
timony is convincing. Investigation
proves It true. Bofow is a statement
of a Lauren^ resident. No stronged
proof of merit oftn be had.
W. P. Shearyf42G E. Main St., Lau
rens, S. C, says: "My back was In
bad shape and 1 was hardly able to
got about. I was advised to try Doan's
Kidney Pills and did so. The con
tents of one box brought me complete
relief. 1 recommend this remedy high
For sale by all dealers. Price r>0
dents. Foster-Mill burn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name?Doan's?and
take no other.
DIDN'T INVITE CASTRO.
Woodrow Wilson Denies having In
vited the Venesuloan to the Inau
Washington, Feb. 28.-?State de
partment officials announced today
that Minister Beaupre had cabled from
Havana thot Clplrano Castro the Ven
ezulean, had announced there that
President-elect Wilson had Invited
him to the Inauguration ceremonies.
President-elect Wilson, upon publi
cation of the report, immediately de
nied having invited Castro and brand
ed any story to that effect as a false
The Havana newspapers today
printed reports that It was said that
Castro had been Invited. The state
department's announcement, however,
was a positive one.
Should Castro return to the United
States from Cuba his re-entry into
this country would not be opposed by
Secretary of Commorco and Lahor
Nagel. The secretary today declared
ho would regard as binding the deci
sion of the United States district
court, at New York, overruling Mr.
Nogel's order for the deportation of
Castro when he arrived from France.
The department of Justice Is consid
ering an appeal from that decloion.
Children are much more likely to
contract tho contagious diseases when
they have colds. Whooping cough,
diphtheria, scarlet fever and con
sumption are diseases that are often
contracted when tho child has a cold.
That is why all medical authorities
say beware of colds. For tho quick
cure of colds you will find nothing
better than Chamberlain's Cough
ftomedy. It can always he depended
upon and Pi pleasant and safe to take.
For sale by all dealers.
You can say goodbye to constipa
tion with a clear conscience if you
use Chamherlnln's Tablets. Many
liavo been permanently cured by their
use. For sale by all dealers.
? LAUBENS COTTON MILL. ?
Laurens Mill, March 3rd.?As I see
each week in The Advertiser some
splendid dots from other sections of
our county and city, I feel constrain
ed to drop In a word for our people
at the Laurens mill, and feel assured
that the editor will take pleasure in
giving space for a few lines.
The people seem to he well con.
tented here and conditions generally
are very encouraging. We are indeed
glad to note that some of our sick arc
improving. Among them are little
Clara Franks, Eddie Wade and Mrs.
W. H. Teague. Others perhaps are
sick that we have not hoard but our
sympathy goes out for them Just the
Now the Watts mills correspond
ence said some good things about their
overseers and I feel that it was due
those noble and efficient fellows for
they are not only good mill men but
are men of hieb character. But we
will say just as much for our men
down here and really wo feel that
they are hard to cope with when it
comes to mill work. There have
been some splendid Improvements in
side and out of tho Laurens mills that
will so testify. Our force of men are
J. M. Moore, superintendent, W. H.
Gosnell, overseer of spinning. Jim
Thomas second hand of spinning; O.
N. Franks, overseer of carding with
John Snoddy as second hand; W. H.
Midden, overseer of weaving with
Messrs Wood and Davis as second
hands. Now If you want to see a jol
ly good set of fellows just call in and
get acquainted with these men.
The Rev. W. M. Whlteside, of Spar
tanburg, filled the pulpit of the Sec
ond Baptist church last Sunday morn
ing and night, preaching to good con.
gregations. Mr. Whiteslde is one of
the best informed men on mill work
that we have and it was quite a treat
to hear him, along the line of work
among the mill churches. Ills ser
mon was Indeed helpful In every way.
At the night services the church or
dained as deacons, Messrs S. W. Rut
ledge and John Martin. Mr. Whltosldo
having charge of the ordination,
which was very Impressive.
Well, the writer Is no politician but
let me say with emphasis, give South
Cardllna compulsory education and
then and not until then, will we be a
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachlan Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum
bling sound or lmporftct hearing, and
when it Is entirely closed Deafness Is
the result, and unless the Inflamma
tion can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, htar
ing will be- destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Ca
tarrh, which is nothing but an Inflam
ed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any cose of Deafness tcaused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure, Send for circu
F. J. Cheney, & Co..
Sold by DniKKlsts, 7f)C.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
There will be a box party at Mr. A.
M. Nelson's Friday March 7, for the
benefit of the Rock School. The pub
lic is invited.
Host for Skin Discuses
?Nearly every skin disease yleldp
quickly and permanently (o Hucklen's
Arnica Salve, and nothing Is better
for hums or bruises. Soothes and
heals. John Deyo, of C.ladwin. .Mich.,
says, after suffering twelve years with
skin ailment and spending $100 in
doctors' bills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured him. It will help you. Only 26c
Recommended by Laurens Drug Co.
and Palmetto Drug Co.
Card of Thnnks.
Wo take this method of, thanking
our 'friends and neighbors for the
many acts of kidncsses and of sym
pathies shown us and to our family
physician for his faithful service dur
ing the recent Illness and death of
our little babe. May Clod very ten
derly bless them nil.
Mr. and Mrs. George Garrett.
Princeton, March. 1.?Supt W. K.
T?te and Miss WL1 I*>u Gray of Lau
rens, gave a lecture and picture show
at the Princeton high school Wednes
Messrs. Jerry McKenzie and Jno.
K. Callahan of Honea Path, were bus
iness visitors here Tuesday.
Mr. Lud? Kay and Miss Mittie Kay
of Honea Path, spent last week-end
with their slstor, Mrs. Jeter McCuen.
Prof. Jno. W. Hul, Mrs. J. B. Brltt
and Misses Kiddye Arnold and Ludlc
Taylor attended the county Teach- j
era' meeting in Laurens Friday and
Miss Sara Brltt and Mr. Eugene
Snipes of Simmsville, camo down
Wednesday night to attond the lec
ture given by Mr. T?te and Miss Gray.
Mr. Taudy Babb of Gray Court and
Miss Lula Fleming were married
Thursday afternoon at three o'clock,
at the home of the bride near here.
The ceremony was performed hy Rev.
R. F. Morris, the Methodist minister.
Miss Emmy Lou Humbert has re
turned after a visit to her "brother,
Jno. B. Humbert in Anderson.
(Mr. Garvey Uldgoway of Honea
Path was a visitor here Sunday.
Prof. Jno. W. Huff and Miss Sara
Brltt were recent visitors to Green
Miss May McClary of Greenville
spent last week-end here with rela
The Cause of Itheuinatism
Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de
ranged kidneys are the cause of rheu
matism. Get your stomach, liver, kid
neys and bowela in healthy condition
by taking Electric Bitters, and you
will not l)e troubled with the pains
of rheumatism Charles B. Allen, a
school principal, of Sylvania, Ga.,
who suffered indescribable torture
from rheumatism, liver and stomach
trouble and diseased kidneys, writes:
"All remedies failed until I used
electric Hitters, but four bottles of
this wonderful remedy cured me com
pletely. Maybe your rheumatic pains
come from stomach, liver and kidney
troubles. Electric Hitters will give
you prompt reliof. f>0c and $1.00.
Recommended by Laurens Drug Co.
and Palmetto Drug Co.
SHU.OH LETTER. *
Shiloh, March 3.?Mrs. J. C. Hel
lams and little daughter Helen, spent
Monday with Mrs. Earl Gray of Eden.
Miss Edna Owens spent Saturday
night with Miss Ix>eola Hellams.
A number of Shiloh pupils went to
Rabun Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Hellams and
little Ethel, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Miss Lucllo Irvln spent Saturday
night with Sallie Wolff.
* School GlrlH' Tomato Club. *
To the School Girls of the County:
Our represenatives in the general
assembly v/ere asked to give us a very
small appropriation with which to per
fect a Girls* Tomato Club in the Coun
ty. They did not deem the matter
worthy of an appropriation, but many
of the girls over the County are beg
ging for the Club and I have made up
my mind to do the very l>ost I can
for you. Our girls have been neglec
ted too long already. Their bands
should be taught as well as their
minds. There is enough fruit and
vogltables wasted in the country every
summer to supply us during the win
ter. We want, to stop this. We want
to teach the girls how to can and stop
this waste. They are anxious to learn.
Now, girls, If you want to join the
Tomato club send In your names to
tnc at once. 1 have sent out member
ship blanks to the teachers. If you
cannot get one write me and I will
send you as many as you want. We
want girls who mean business. Very
likely some prizes will be announced
later. Just as soon as I can get the
club organized full particulars and
Instructions will be given you. If you
desire to join th< Club send in your
name at once.
Yours very truly.
Geo. L. Pitts, Co. Supt. Education.
AND HIS Tip P
DOG 1 luL
Will be here to entertain the parents
and children of this town and vicinity.
Don't Fail To See Them
They're the real, live characters, the
very ones you want to sec and the VjjSiiv^i
children should not be allowed to cj-,
miss them. *
Grand Free Entertainment
Thursday, Mar. 6th,
At 4 O'clock, P. M.
Free Souvenir to Every Boy and Girl
Buster Brown Shoes
ENTERTAINMENT UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
FERTILIZERS FOR 1913
We are now manufacturing a full and complete
line of mixed goods, using nothing but finest of mate
rials. We will be glad to have you give our Fertilizers
a trial. It is gotten up especially for Cotton and Corn
and will give results. Buy from folks you know.
Yours very truly,
The Coe-Mortimer Company f
T. D. DARLINGTON,
DR. W. C. IRBY
Laurens, S. C.
UR.KING'S NEW DISCOVERY
Will Surely Slop That Couch.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your noiVous sys
tem and caused trouhm wltja your kld
m->'H and bladder? Have Vou pains In
lolnn. side, bnck nnd bladder? Have you
a flabby appearance of the fnce, nnd un
der the rv<s' A frequent desire fo pass
urine? If no, ?Williams' Kidney IMllj will
cure. you--I)ru>ruisi. }'rlco GOc.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop... Cleveland.Ohio
LAURENS DHU? CO.
En arena, 8. C.
Uli. CLIFTON JONES
Office la Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
BITTERS AND KIDNEYS
PAST1 Ii \(iK mu M K.
I Garlington Pasture fence In goon
re|>alr by -March ist. If you wlsbj
pas tu r ago bco mn n< once.
When capacity of meadow is reach
ed no other cattle will bo en.potled or
admitted. No cattle allowed thcro
without my permission.
Positively no (resspnsslng allowed*
) Also few acres land adjoining tho
meadow on North Harper street, for
See 010 at once
C. H. ROPER.