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Profitable Side Dressing
The use of side dressing is increasing
on COTTON and CORN. It pays
to do it, if one uses the right goods.
Two applications of 200 lbs. each per
acre are recommended by a well-known
Southern investigator and experimenter. He suggests
a 5-5-5 formula, or a mixture of equal parts of Acid
Phosphate, Kol nit and Nitrate of Soda.
Side dress cotton when the plants are 10 inches high
and again when the bloom begins to open. Where
cotton is inclined to rust, use
making two applications of 20^0 pcomds each per acre."
This'is also effective against root lice and cut/worms on corn, if
applied early enough. It will pay you to taprit, for Potash Pays.
Order Kair.it now before the supply is exhausted. We sell t
Kainit and Potash Suits, any quantity from one 200-lb. bag up.
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Your Furs, Blankets, Comforts, Heavy
Hangings, Portiers, 'Carpets, Rugs, Winter
Wraps and, Clothing by having them thor
oughly cleansed by our Special Processes
before storing for Summer.
Footer's Dye Works
Gave Up Hope
"1 suffered five years, with awful pains, due to woman
ly troubles/' writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad
bourn, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint
I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my
side; also a headache and a backache.
I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband
urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle
helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could
do all my work. All the people around here said I would
die, but Cardui relieved me."
Por more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving
woman's sufferings, and i making weak women strong and
well. During this time, thousands of women havt written,
like Mrs. McPherson, to rail of the really surprising results
they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic
remedy for women.
Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or pre
vents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles.
If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today.
Wttttfa: Ladies' Advisory Dapt., Chattanooga Medlcint Co., Caattanoo?,
Special tnttructiont, and 64-pago book, ' Home Treatment for Women,'' tent Hi
U. C. V. RE-UNION
Monday, May 26th, 1913
SEABOARD via Atlanta & W. & A. R. R.
S\J (Battlefields Line)
MCI1KIHJLK OF THE DAYLIGHT SPECIAL.
Leave Monroe.6:30 A. M.
" Cl-inton .8:50 A. M.
" Mountviile.0:10 A. M.
" Cross Hill .0:22 A. M.
M Greenwood .9:50 ;A. M.
'? AJjfbeviMo.10:15 A. M.
" Oalhoun Falls.10:55 A. M.
Arrive Atlanta.2:00 P. M.
" Chattanooga.6:15 P. M.
Rale from Olinton V>.45; Laurens (via C. N. & L. & Clin
ton) $645; Cross Hill $6.35; Greenwood $6.10; Abbeville
$5.80; Calhorn. Palls $5.50.
Pdind-trip tickets will be sold May 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28th.
Limit June 5th.. 1913. Limit may ho extended to June 25th.
hy, depositing ticket? at Chattanooga and paying a fee of
I/ilieral atop over arrangements going and returning.
Gall on Nl?? ABOARD agents for further information as to
schedules of regular trains, rates from stations not quoted or
other information or write:
W. ft. Orwham, T. P. A., Atlanta, G>,
Fred Geisslor, A, <!. l\ A., Atlanta, Ga.
D. W. Morrah, T. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.
NOMINATION CAME HIGH.
Big Sums Spent In First District Con.
gresslonal Campaign Just Closed
with Election of Whale).
Columbia, May 10.?Five candidates
for congress In tho first congressional
district spent $12,298.96 in their
campaigns, according to tho accounts
filed with the secretary of state. R.
S. VVhaley and B. W. Hughes were In
tho second race, Mr. Whaley receiv
ing the nom'natlon. The expense ac
counts of those two candidates for
both elections was as follows: R. S.
Whaloyj $4,049.00; B. W. Hughes,
The following expense accounts
have been filed with the secretary of
state by the candidates who partic
ipated in the race for congress In the
R. S. Whaley, April 21, $1,350; J.
H. Peurlfoy, April 1, $116; J. O.
Padgett, March* 27, $739.95; James
H. Peurlfoy, March 29, $1,058.40; E.
W. Hughes, March 29, $2,090.62; R.
S. Whaley, March 29, $2,699.40; B. W.
Hughes, April 12, $217.95; E. W.
Hughes, April 2, $3,038.49, and George
F. Von Kolnitz, March 29, $1,079.15.
'Shlloh, May 12.?It Is well that war
Is being waged upon these Infernal
flies. We hope the skirmish will con
tinue until the pest has been blown
out of exlstance. Then what about the
Mosquito and gnat.
Constables Owens and Godfrey, of
Gray Court with Reed, Sullivan and
Wright, of Laurens, reported on duty
Sunday at Center Rabun. No spoils
for the net.
J. C. Hellams, J. H. Abercromhle, R.
G| Wilson, Warn Culbcrtson, Plnkney I
Hellams and R. C. Wallace attended]
the burial services of E. T. Shell.
J. B. Hellams and Welley Aber
cromble went down to Laurens.
Will LIndley. wife and baby, and|
daughter, Estcll, of Oak Lawn town
ship, Greenville, was down last week|
visiting their aunt, Miss Lizzie Lind
ley and other relatives,
W. 11. Henderson and family and
Misses Fay and May Hellams took in |
the exhibition at Bdrksdale Thursday
Joe Hendrlx and famiy and Misses
Annie Lee and Marie Abercrombio,
were on a two days' visit to relatives
In Pelzer last week.
niLLSIDE NEWS. *
Hillside, May 9.?A party of young
men?some elg'ht or nine?from a
neighboring section, came over into
Hillside, Wednesday and dynamited
the waters of Reedy River, in the
hopes of catching some cary. The
people here will not throw dynamite
in the river for?It's against the law.
Now, why shouldn't the arm of thel
law be upon the outside citizen as|
well as the local one7
Clyde Abercromble has been very
sick with pneumonia, but is much bet-1
ter at this time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weathers of I
Fountain Inn, were the guests of Mr.]
and Mrs. W. Y. Weathers, Friday.
Miss Loulee Sims, of Babbtown Is]
visiting friends and relatives here.
Messrs. J. A. Peden and F. L. I
Weathers were In Warthen, Friday
The Sunday school convention at|
Hillside Baptist church was a great'
success. The convention was called
to order at 10:30 Saturday morning
by Pres. Thomas Nelson. The con
vention adjourned sine die at 12:30
Sunday. Mr. Thomas H. Foster of
Sandy Springs, was elected president.
B. F. Gaines was elected secrtary
treasurer. Both Mr. Nelson and Mr.
Glvens, declined to stand for re-elec
J. J. Holcombe went to Fountain
Inn, Friday, to consult the eminent
Kentucky physician, Dr. Blanding.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Bagwell visited
relatives in this section, Tuesday.
Mssrs. C. T. and B. C. Peden were
In Greenville Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Weathers visit
ed relatives near Fountain Inn, Fri
Mrs. Alma Knight was the guest of
Mrs. J. O. Sims, of Babbtown, Friday.
The best nose and throat specialists
in the world, advise their paitlents to
breathe Eucalyptus to destroy Catar/h
germs and heal the sore, raw spots.
Rooth'B HYOMEI Is Australian Eu
calyptus- combined with Thymol, and
some Llsnhrldn antiseptics. Breathe It
through the Alttlc pocket Inhaler, and
In vapor form as directed, and this
antiseptic balsam will surely destroy
all germ life and al] Catarrh misery.
It's guaranteed for Catarrh, Coughs,
Cold and Croup; It relieves stuffed
up head In 5 mlnutos and refreshes the
entire nasal tract. Complete outfit
with directions for use $1.00. If you
own a HYOMEI Inhalor get a bottle of
Booth's HYOMEI for r.O cents at Lau
rens Drug Co. and druggists every
where. Jusfc broathe If?no Btomach
(Too late for last week.)
Madden, May 6.?A geutle spring
rain like the old deacon prayed for
"a gentle drizzle, drazzle, not a gully
washer"?would bo appreciated by
Mr. T. L. Finley, of Honea Path, I
was the guest last Wednesday of his |
brother, John R. Finley.
Mr. Clyde Martin and children of I
Greenville and Mr. Brooks Martin of |
Fountain Inn, both good mill men and
holding responsible positions were |
shaking hands with friends and rela
tives here Saturday and Sunday. They
came especially to see their grand-1
mother, Mrs. W. T. Allison.
Little Kathleen Martin who haa|
beon under treatment of Dr. Carpenter
of Greenville, returned home Friday
afternoon, accompanied by her cous
in Allie Martin.
Mrs. T. S. Langston was In Lau
rena Sunday. She was the guest I
while there of her son, W. H. Hud-1
gens. She also went to see her sis
tor, Mrs. Fr-.nk Fuller, who is now
in the County Hospital.
It will be good news to their many
friends to know that Mrs. Fuller is
getting on nicely since her operation.
Mr. Jud Langston accompanied his
Mrs. Frank Martin of Laurens spent]
Saturday with her parents, Mr. and ]
Mrs. J. R. Finley.
Little Bob Finley like to have got
ten aoirously hurt Sunday afternoon
when he fell from an exceedingly high
perch in playing the old, yet over new
game, "hiding base". As it wa'a he
was only stunned and his face bang
ed up from coming in contact with ai
Miss Ora Powers is off on a pleas
ant vacation to friends and relatives |
at Barksdalc and Langston.
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Moore and ba-1
bles have returned from a pleasant |
trip to Mrs. Moore's former home near
Mr. J. A. Wofford, who has been off I
for the past few months is now with |
Mrs. Josle Martin has gotten her
program in working order and prac-1
ticing for Children's Day is now the'
order of the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Walker visited
relatives in Laurens Tuesday.
Mrs. Bee Culbertson, Miss Carrie I
Langston and Mrs. J. A. Wofford were]
in Laurens the early part of the week,
* In Memory of Aunt Martha.
On the night of April 29th the death
angel came in the home of Mrs. E.
M. Elmore and took her mother, Mrs.
Martha Freeman. God spatred her
dear presence to stay with us until
she ? was three score years. When we
enter the homo no more will we see
Aunt Majrtha or hear her sweet voice.
She was always ready to speak a word
of comfort and cheer to those who
came around her. But God said, thy
work on earth is finished, come unto
me. She was a consistent member of
Hodges Baptist phurch for years. She
has been a patient sufferer but bore
it with a Christian faith and said, if
it was His will it was hers. At last
how sweet it was to see her sleep in
Jesus and know her tolls on earth are
Weep not that her toils are over,
Weep not her race is run;
God grant we may rest as calmly,
When our work, like hers, is done.
'Til then we yield with gladness,
Our mother to him to keep;
And rejoice In tho sweet assurance,
"He glveth his loved one sleep".
M. P. B.
Why faa&e Grey or Faded
HaiVjhiat Makes You
Why lose your good looks that youth
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you to keep? There is absolutely no
need, for it. A few applications of
Hay s Hair Health will restoro your
grey hairs to their natural color and
beauty, almost Immediately and It will
look even moro beautiful than over?
your money back If It doesn't. Get a
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Always ask for Hay's Hair Health.
Don't take chances with any others.
Free: Sign this adv. and take It to the
following druggists and get a 60c. bot
tle of Hay's Hair Health and a 26c.
cako of Harflna Soap, for 60c; or $1.00
bottle of Hay's Half Health and two
25c. cakes of Harflna Soap Free, for $1.
For sale and recommended bj
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Special Agents 9
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Take LAXATIVS BROMO Quinine. It atopi the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold,
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Estimates promptly furnished
free on large or small contracts.
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We offer quality? quantity ?
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*Buy of the leaker"
AUGUSTA LUMBER CO.
a great improvement would be made in the condition of horses and
other animals if just the proper remedy were used when they became
ill or injured. If your horse could talk he would ask you not to use
any external remedy containing alcohol because it slings and tortures
his flesh terribly. Some liniments have alcohol and other fiery
ingredients which only inflame the skin and tissue without striking
down to where the pain lie3. Beware of such liniments. The great
humane, quick-action remedy is MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
Made of oils, without a drop of alcohol or other torturing element, it
soaks straight to the bone and muscle. It soothes the wounded parts
and is comforting while the healing work i8 progressing. Mexican
Mustang Liniment is what you want because it
your work lighter, saves your livestock from suffering and keeps them
in good trim for work. For all forms of Lameness, Strains, Bruises,
Cuts, Burns, Galls and Harness Sores in animals, it is safe and
prompt and does not promise what it cannot perform. Mustang
Liniment has been doing its wonderful healing work for 65 years.
The amount of money it has saved livestock owners is incalculable.
One man writes that he was about to kill his valuable horse because
badly injured but Mustang Liniment made him well again. A Vet
erinary tells us he has used Mustang Liniment fifteen years and
found it best liniment for cuts, strains, etc. And many others are
enthusiastic friends of this tried and toue remedy. Now you know
just what makes
Horses so Happy.
Have your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by
men who know how. You'jt find them here at
Over H. Terry's Store Laurens, South Carolina