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Condense Your Hay
'i "T7*T OOSE hay is one of the hardest things
Y'?wJmj *n *"'J wor^ *? manage. There's
no getting around that. The wind
plays havoc with it. It slips and
slides off poorly loaded wagons. In
barn and yard much of it is wasted. It is much
too bulky to haul or ship fur.
Handling hay is a problem, and right hero
is the answer ? in the baling. An I II C hay
press puts your hay in convenient shape for
handling and economical feeding; no need to
build outdoor stacks exposed to all weather,
for lack of barn space. You can ship the bides
to cities and distant places where the hay
market and prices are good. Large cities,
where storage space is costly, require hay to be
baled, and top prices are paid. Shredded corn
fodder makes a good feeding substitute for all
the hay you may ship to the city.
I H C Hay Presses
are the only kind you will consider in buying,
when you have made a comparison, studied
the construction, the durability, the features,
and the possibilities of the 111 C hay presses.
You will find both styles made in three sizes,
14 x 18, 16 x 1H, and 17 x 22-inch bale chamber,
baling from six to sixteen tons per day.
The efficiency of the I II C features, the
self feeder, toggle joint plunger, bale tension,
and spring roller tucker, prove their worth on
demonstration. If your choice is a motor
power press, you will have a year-round ma
chine, for the engine is always ready to do farm
jobs for you, pumping, sawing, grinding, run
ning the repair shop, electric light plant, etc.
In the horse power press, study the pull power J
principle, compound leverage, and the low/
step-over. It is the most efficient press sol<#
Drop in on your local dealer and look over
the I II C hay press line. Get catalogues LYotu
him, or, write the '
International Harvester Company of America
Columbia S. C.
CLEANING and DYEING
Fall Winter Needs
Should be Done Now. Send them to
Footer's Dye Works
America's Greatest and Most Sanitary Cleaning and Dyeing
If we have no Agent in your locality, send direct
by Express or Parcel Post. The advantages of the
Parcel Post place our wonderful facilities and univer
sal service at your door?so to speak.
= AND g
Have your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by
men who know how. You'll find them here at
E. V. FERGUSON
Over H. Terry's Store Laurens, South Carolina
WILL FAIR INCIDENT
Young White Stone Woman Claims to
Have Been Threatened By Another
Spartanburg, Oct. 10.?The young
white woUnan living near WhitA Stone
who preferred charges of criminal as
sault against Will Fair, a negro, who
was subsequently acqulttted b/ a Jury,
again aroused tho countryside near
White st jiu- Friday, September 2-1, by
alleging taht sho had seen a negro
erouching In a nearby cornfield and
by finding a note nailed by the back
door which threatened to exterminate
iiio whole family. 'n"> authorities of
Cherokee county were communicated
with at Gaffney and an automobile
containing bloodhounds and officers
was hurried to the scene. The man
in charge of the bloodhounds refused
to put thorn on tho scent after an in
vestigation had been made. iL i.- sail
that the Father-in-law of the young
woman and his family intends to move
west, but that the young woman de
sires to go back to Georgia, her
It is said that on September 26,
while the father-in-law and his sons
were away from the house working
in the Held, and slm and her mothcr
in-law WOl'o In tho hack yard wash
ing, the young woman looked up and
claimed t<> see a negro standing in ii
I nearby cornfield, she claimed that,
when the negro saw her, he crouch
ed and bid from view.
It Is claimed that the two women
ran Into the house by way of the back
door, all other entries to the residence
being locked and otherwise secured;
that, as the younger woman reached
the back door, she saw a note; nailed
beside It. She is all edged to have ex
"Wait! hero is a note. Let's see
what It says."
It is said the note was written in
the handwriting of an uneducated
negro, and read substantially as fol
"We are going to get the whole
(1? family. So look out. "
It is further claimed that tho alarm
was given to the men working in the
Hold and they communicated with the
Cherokee county authorities in Gaff
ney, asking them to bring blood
hounds to the scene, instead of noti
fying Spartanburg county olllclals.
An autctmobllo, containing Lan
fruin Allison, captain of a chain
gang; I). F. Llpscomb, county super
visor, and ?'. Li. Moorohead, with a
pack of bloodhounds, hurriedly left
Gaffney and went to the scene of the
all edged trouble. When the machine
arrived, the occupants found about
50 men on the spot, hut the tracks
of the negro could not be found.
It is claimed that, after Mr. Alli
son bad made an investigation, he
told the father-in-law of tho young
woman that he could not put his dogs
on the trail unless be was assured
that criminal assault had been at
tempted. The fathor l?-law was in
dstent that an attempt to trace the
negro l>e made, but Mr. Allison would
not acquiesce. He claimed that his
dogs always ran down their quarry
and bo might get an Innocent white
man or negro. The father-in-law,
further insisting, is claimed to have
told Mr. Allison that he was paying
for the hounds and expected them to
be put on the trail; that "'they had
lost the other negro and wanted to
get this one." Mr. Allison replied by
raying that he would take no money,
and would not run his hounds. The
party then went back to Gaffney.
The people living around Glendale
and White Stone say that the negroes
of that section, since the Will Pair
trial, will not go around tho resi
dence occupied by tho young woman;
that they give It a clear berth.
This same matron, some time aago,
preferred charges against "Will Pair,
a negro, claiming that be bad erlini
nally assaiilted her. The negro was
caught at the union station In Spar
tanburg the same day and lodged in
jail. That night a mob surrounded the
jail and attacked it with dynamite In
an endeavor to get the alleged at
tempter of criminal assault. Only the
firm stand of Siherlft' White and a band
of deputies prevented a lynching. At
the trial Will Fair was acquitted of
the charge by a Jury, and the negro
was sent out to the state to work on a
Avoid Sedative Cou"h .Hedicines.
If you want to contribute directly to
the occurrence of capillary bronchitis
and pneumonia use cough medicines
that contain COdlno, morphine, heroin
and other sedatives when you have a
cough or cold. An expectorant like
Chamb< Main's Cough Remedy Is what
is needed. That clean out the culture
boda or breeding places for tho germs
of pneumonia and other germ diseas
es. That is why pneumonia never re
sults from a cold when Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy Is used. It has a world
wide reputation for its cures. It con
tains no morphine or other sedative.
For sale by nil dealers.
See the beautiful display of Furni
ture at the Fair Grounds, displayed
by S. M. & E. II. Wllkcs & Co.
CALLS FOR FIGHT
ON BLIND TIGERS
Many Indictments Co to Charleston
Grand Jury. Will Itenort Today.
Charleston, Oct. 8. Solicitor J. H.
Puerifoy this mroning handed to the
grand jury between 250 and 200 ln
dlcttments, the charge in each case
heing that of illegally selling and
storing liquor, two counts making up
the presentment. The grand jury re
ceived a special charge from Judge
Bowman in which he called to their
attention that it was their duty, un
der their oaths, to bring in true bills
In any one; of these cases where the
evidence warranted, lie wtent into
the features of the situation at some
length, after which he sent the grand
jurors to their room, there to wrestle
with the large batch of indictments
Buhmitted by the solicitor. The
grand jury is exp etel to make a I' ?
port tomorrow morning.
The solicitor said Cuts afternoon
that as soon as true hills worn
brought in warrants would l>e Issued
for the defendants in each ease, who
could then take their choice of giv
ing bond or going to jail. Should the
grand jury find true hills in any of the
eases submitted to them today trial
of the parties concerned will bo taken
up at the next term of court.
Tomorrow morning, (laid the so
licitor, more IndlcUments will be hand
ed tlie grand jurors, these involving
eluhs of the city, charged with vio
lating the liquor laws.
The action by the solicitor this
morning is the result of activities of
the haw and Order league, which an
nounced at a mass meeting in the
German Artillery hall last Friday
night that detietives whom il had em
ployed since April had worked up evi
dence against 400 or 500 alleged
blind tigers and gambling dens, and
that many of these would he prevent
ed to the court of general sessions
now sitting In Charleston.
* NEWS FROM JONES. ?
Jones. Oct. 12.? The killing of Mrs.
Thos. Mil ford of Hodges, by the trol
ley on the lnterurhan last Saturday
was a great shock to her many friends
and we tenderly sympathize with the
sorely bereaved family.
Mr. .Jacob Masters, of Greers, was
the recent guest of Dr. \V. Townes
Mr. Thos. O'dell has returned fro'.n
a visit to Georgia.
Mrs. Dr. Willie T. Jones recently
visited her daughter, Mrs. K. E. Mar
tin, at Montlcello.
Misses Lillian and Belle Jones left
Saturday to take up their schools at
Kdgewood. This is Miss Lillian Jones'
fifth consecutive year in the high
school at Kdgewood.
Messrs. Hoggs and MeXeely have
opened up a meat market and will ap
preciate the patronage of their friends.
Mr. C. L. Smith of Abbeville, was
the guest last week of Messrs. W. H.
and J. A. Hill.
We recently met Col. Machen and
Mr. Monroe, of Princeton, Messrs
Kemp and Cheatham, of Kirksey,
Payne Henderson, of Phoenix and
Rev. and Mrs. F. L. Bramblott. of
The school at Rileys opened last
week under favorable auspices with
W. T. Jones, Jr., in charge.
Mr. Walter M. Jones and Master
William Jones Jenkins were in Green
Mr. iEd. Gaines kept the Ware
fc'hoals market above all surrounding
markets last week and will continue
to do so.
Mr. Dock Owens and sister, Mrs.
Burgess, of Greenwood, are visiting
their brother, Mr. Robert Kllodgc.
Rev. R F. Morris, of Princeton, till
ed his appointment last night and gave
us a splendid sermon. He will preach
again on the 2nd Sunday night in
November and everybody will be cor
dially welcomed who attends.
STRAIGHTEN YOU UP
If Costive, Headachy, Bilious, Stomach
Sour, Kreuth Had Clean your Liv
er and Rowels.
Get a 10-cent box now.
You men and women Who can't get
feeding right -who haye headache,
coated tongue, foul taste and foul
breath, dizziness, canx sleep, are
I bilious, nervous and iwiset, bothered
1 with a sick, gassy, disordered stomach
I or have backache and/feel worn out.
! Are you keeping yoar howels clean
with CascaretS, or mfrroly forcing a
passageway every few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil?
Cascarets work while you sleep;
cleanse the stomach, remove the sour.
Undigested, fermenting food and foul
gases: take the excess bile from the
liver and carry out of the nyp'om all
the constipated waste ma' .? and
poison In the howels.
A Cnscnrel tonight will straighten
you out by morning a 10-cent box
fnvm any drug store will keep your
stomach sweet; liver and howels reg
ular, and head clear for months. Don't
for"et the children. They love Casca
rct. iccanse they taste good?never
gripe, or sicken.
WHENEVER YOU NEED
A GENERAL TONIC ? TAKE GROVE'S
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chiil Tonic is Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver,
Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System. For Grown People and Children.
You know what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
as the formula is printed on every label showing that't contains the well known
totiic properties of QUININR and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for AR>i*rf;i, Chills und Fever,
Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. GKes life and vigor to Nursing
Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children, Reuiovep^Tiliousness without purging.
Relieves nervous depression and low spii'itk^^ArouseS the liver to action and
purities the blood.. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A.Complete Strengthened
No family should be without it. Guarantee.! by your Druggist. We mean it. 50c.
"Leaders are finders?they bla^e the trail. Followers
take what's left. Study to be a^ader."
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W. G. Wilson & Company are
opening full lines of Goods adopt
ed for the coming season embrac
ing some special values in the very
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Ask our cloalor in your town for
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ana iull information about
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