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To put your upvt lir. c in flu?
ehai?, to drive poisonous waste from
bowels au.lcuro coustiputiou lifo
from the famous Hot Springs, Ark.
Take one each night for u tew davs;
you'll eat better, work better, sleep
better) your eyea will brighten and
your skin grow clearer, x'? cwilts, all
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r- ? ? 1 i-*'hi.. u..t si>i iifgs Kbeum iti ta
K ii< .? in t iiot Spring? Blood Remedy it..m
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LAUBJKN8 DKUO CO.
Laurens, S. C,
Best Qualities Obtainable
We are headquarters for
Seed Wheat, Oats,
Rye, Barley, Vetches,
Alfalfa and all
Grasses & Clovers.
Write for Wood's Crop Special
giving prices and seasonable in
formation about Seeds for Fall
T. W. WOOD ?3 SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
Wood's Descriptive Fall Catalogue
gives prices and information about all
Garden Seeds for Fall Planting.
Moil'-d free on request.
That Little Girl
Of Yours?she'll soon be
having her hair "done up,"
and too, she will be out
growing her childish ways
?and you haven't had her
picture taken since she
was in long dresses. You
don't exactly want lo keep
her as she is?but you do
want^to keep the memory.
Make the appointment to
At The McCordSStudio.
S?e PP/tof >/*>?/,/?
More Grain?Sow Now.
Sow Grain for (lie good of your land.
Sow Grain for (lie benelll of your
Sow Grain for I lie betterment of
Sow barley, rye, clover or vetch now
In your cotton land that you intend
to replant in cotton next year, as a
cover and catch crop to keep the soil
from washing and leeching during the
winter months and turn under in Ihc
spring adding humus to I lie soil for
Son oals to be cut for your stock
ami follow with poas in order to keep
up the fertility Of jour soil rotate
jour crops. The farmers of liaureilfl
county are upending each year tlious
ands of dollars In commercial ferti
lizers and gradually exhausting the
fertility of Hie soil by planting the
*|imo land in cotton year after year
taking from the soil without return
lug plant food.
Sow Grain and buj jour seed from
Laurens, S. C.
J CROSS HILL NEWS |
Cross Hill, Oct. 20.?Invitations
have been received here to the mar
riage of Dr. \V. P. Turner of Green
wood and Miss Virginia Klugh of
Qreenwood on Oct. 29th. Dr. Tumor
s a Cross Hill boy and the son of
Rev. W. P. Turner. He has a host
of friends here who will wlgh htm
Mr. s. A. Leaman made Si gallons of
syrup on one-half an acre of land this
year. Hi- had a sample in town h few
days ago und it was tine, and worth
at least .">0 cents a gallon. That would
be $10.60 the half acre.
Misses Mildred Hook and Theodoeia
Miles of Greenwood, were Cross Hill
visitors Saturday and Suuday.
Miss Mary Martin, teacher at
Mountvlllo visited her sister. Miss
Connie Martin Saturday.
Mrs. J. 0. Denny and little daugh
ter visited relative?" in Greenwood Fri
day and Saturday.
Miss Lola Wldeman Of Greenwood is
the guost of Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Denny.
Mr. W. C. Rasor was treating his
friends to a ride "around the belt"
Saturday in Iiis splendid touring car.
Mr. w. ii. Leaman of Greenwood
was in town several days last week.
Master .lohn Catley of Greenwood,
was over to see bis mother. Mrs.
Florence Cathy Saturday.
Quite a large number of persons
from here attended the county fair
at Laurons Friday and say it was quite
Dr. VY. S, Bonn of Clinton, preached
for Mr. Batch ford at the Presbyterian
Miss Jaule Hallow, of Laurcns, spent
last week with the family of Mr. A. M.
Rev. W. lb Ratchford and Dr. .1. 11.
Miller will leave today for Florence
to attend the Crosbyterian Synod.
* SIIILOII LETTER.
Shlloh, Oct. 20. The seventeenth
dawned bright and made the day a
lovely Indian summer one for the peo
ple to bash in at a county fair, yet
it was a little dusty, but they seemed
not to mind it. I ami the old woman
and little ones, pot up early and not
ready ami off to the fair. Wo got there
early ami after .roaming awhile in
town wo v, cat over to the fair .mounds.
We weni through all the departments;
after seeing nil of the exhibits wo
think Shlloh crowned all of the rest
of the schools in the floats. Well
poor old Job said, we pronounced them
all good. The throng was so great
wo wept back up town to rest. Well
under all event I.aureus knows how to
.Hot up u fair. She can strip any of
In r neighboring towns of their straight
jacket in the way of getting up ex
hibits for a fair.
Saturday afternoon, last, lion. R. A.
Cooper ami your correspondent took
a ;>iii over to Pol/.or in the auto. Hob
made a talk that night at Goldenvlllo
school boa. e, a mile this side of town
and was tin* guest of Mr. Beuel Bnbb,
a I.aureus man. Your scribe was the
uuest of Mr. William Abcrcroinbie.
Sunday morning Dot) wont over and
made a Sunday school address at the
First M. K. church in Pol/.cr. Wo felt
of the boys very softly and we lind
that Bro. Hob was very popular among
the boys as next governor.
We found the roads good going but
Sunday afternoon they were mud and
slush and old fashion summer thun
der clouds came up Saturday night.
Misses Agnes, Winnie I. Klla
May Ahorcromblo of Pcl/.er wore the
guests of Misses Annie Lee and Marie
Abort romble from Friday till Sunday.
Linie Idamol! Holder, daughter of
Mr. Van Holder, is at the state insti
tution blind school at Cedar Springs.
This Monday morning the weather
feels a little bleak. If it continues till
tomorrow morning everybody will
meet their old friend Mr. Jack Frost.
GIHLS! Bit \\\ \ MOIST
CLOTH I II IMK <;II ii.MK
Trj 'Ibis; Hair Gels Thick, Glossy,
Haw and Beautiful at Once Mops
Inn mod late??Yes! Certain that's
the joy of it. Your hair becomes
light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and ap
pears as soft, lustrous and beautiful
as a young girl's after a Danderine
hair cleanse. Just try this moisten
a chdh with a little Dandcrlno and
carefully draw it through your hair,
I taking one small strand at a time.
[ This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt
or excessive oil. and In Just a few mo
ments you have doubled the beauty of
I your hair. A delightful surprise awaits
[those whose hair has Peon neglected
I or Is scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or
thin. Besides beautifying the hair.
Danderine dissolves every particle of
dandruff: cleanses, purities und Invlg
|orates the scalp, forever stopping Itch
ing and falling hair, but what will
please you most will he aller a few
iwcok'i li e, when you see new hair
line and downy at first- >es but real
ly mw hau- growing all over the
? caip. If you care for pretty, soft
I hair, and lots of it, surely net a 2T>
cent Jiottie of Knowiton's Dnndorlno
from any drug store or toilet counter
and just try it.
Lanford, Gvt. 20.?Witches and
choice spirits of Darkness will hold
"high carnival'' at the Lanford grnd
ed school building Friday, October
31st at S p. in. Come one. come all.
Come great and small; come prepar
ed to participate in the mvsteries ami
rites of all Hallow's Eve. Come well
prepared to learn your fate
The cold wave lias reached hero
??"d everyone is hugging the tire; ov
ercoats and wraps are in great de
mand. Snow fell here tor a lew min
Mr. Hamp Morgan ami family spent
the week-end here with Mrs. Mattie
Mr. Cray Moore mid wife spent Sun
day at E. II. Moore's.
Miss Lottie l.anford spent Saturday
and Sunday in Spartanburg with
Miss Flossie Lanford.
Miss Othella Johnson spent several
days last week in Lau re US.
Miss Juanita Ferguson was the
guest of Miss Carrie 1a?u lllgglus Sun
Mr. Kennte Shell spent Friday night
with Mrs. Lena Moore.
Quite a number from hero attend
ed the county fair at Lauretta Friday.
.Ninety-live tickets were sold besides I
those going by private conveyance.
Mrs. Lena Moore's condition is
greatly improved at this writing.
Miss Robin Patterson has been
unite sick for a few days, but we are
glad to report that she is much bet
Mrs. .1. l). Johnson is in Spartan
burg for a few days.
Mr. ami Mrs. It. F. Boninr returned
to Spartanburg last night.
Miss Nora 'Cannon and Mrs. Iloiunr
spent Saturday in Laurens.
Miss Fannie Harmon is spending
the week with Miss Minnie Lanford. ;
Mrs. Frances Midi Cooler visited at
J. W. Lanfords last week. Mrs Hell
is from Manila. Philippine Islands.
Messrs. G. F Lanfo'd ami Laurons
Holmes attended the circus In Spar
tanburg, also Mr. Clarence Cl'OW.
? TTLERSVILI.F. DOTS. ?
Tylersvlllo, Oct. 20, Plenty of rain
Saturday night and Sunday which was
very beneficial to the young main
There are some flue patches of clover
and grain in this neighborhood.
This morning feels like winter, hog
killing time will soon be here.
A great many attended the county
fair and all report a good time. Tin
exhibits were very good but think our j
county could do better.
ItCV. W. 11. Justus tilled his regular
appointment at Sandy Springs Sunday I
' MUss Nina Poolc of Spartanburg
spent the week-end with homofolks. ;
Mr. S. <). Clark and C It. Cooper
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. To in
We are very much pleased with our
new teacher at Sandy Springs who is
Miss Elizabeth Simpson, of Laurens !
You can't dodge the Malaria germ
while your liver is torpid. It makes
von an oasv mark for the disease. DK.
M. A. SIMMON'S LIVEN MEDICINE
Is the best protection. It puts the
liver in sound, healthy condition and,
pUrlflcS the stomach and bowels.
Price li." cents por package. Sold by
Laurens Drug Co.
Dramatized from His T amous
A DARING AND POWERFUL
More Thrilling Than "The
City Opera House
Tuesday, November 11th.
Price 50c, 75c, $1.00
Seats on Sale at
Laurens Drug Company
Friday, November 7th.
? I'ISK BIXFF NEWS. ?
Piue Hlufr. Oct. 14.?Mrs. Lillian
Hill and children Bpent Saturday and
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hlkitt Qrlf
Quite a good many from this com
munity attended the Knoroe Presby
terlal which mot with o|d Liberty
Spring?. it was indeed interesting.
Same grand addresses on foreign mis
Blotis were delivered l>y Mrs. Mar
tin of Africa. Hev. Hassel, on Japan,
and Kev Richardson, on China. There
were lectures on other subjects that
were very uplifting, also.
Pino lilufi school opened today with
Miss K>sic Wilson, of Castonia. N C.
Mrs. \V, II. Whttoford iniet with an
awful accident Saturday morning. She
fell out of the door and broke her hip
bone, she was resting very well Sun
Mrs. Ilartwell Cromber, ol Wlndnr,
Gn.i came Sunday to see her mother,
Mrs. II. II Wliitefoid.
Misses Annie Qrlflln, Hettle Atchl
son, Kloise Grown and Mrs. Dick Jones
are delegates from Gathnbara to Wti
terloo to the Woman's Missionary un
ion, of the 3rd division, which will
meet on the sixteenth.
im1vt i v kk the
WRONG >ii:ih( im:
If Your Liver Gets La/.) You Need a
Liver Tonis, Not Morel) u Laxative
for the Dowels.
Many people take a simple laxative
when their liver gets sluggish ruthoi
than take calomel, which tiny know
to he dangerous. Hut a mere laxative
will not start a sluggish liver. What
is needed is a tonic that will liven lip
the liver without forcing you lo stay
at home and lose a day from vorn
You have such a tonic III Dodson's
Liver Tone. DodsoUs Liver Tone
must be all they claim for it because
tiny guarantee it u/take the place of
dangerous calomel and agree to hand
hack tin' money with a smile to anyj
person who tries Dodson's Liver Tone
ami i^ not satisfied with the relief it
Dodson's Liver Tone i^ a harmless
vegetable liquid with a pleasant taste,
and is a prompt ami reliable remedy
for constipation, biliousness, soui
stomach, and 'he other troubles that
conic from a torpid liver.
The Laurons Drug Co. give it their
personal guarantee and if you will ask
about this guarantee you will protect
yourself against imitations thai are
not guaranteed. Large bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tone is fiO cents.
Dr. J. T. Poole Place
ON NORTH HARPER STREET
Will be sold at Auction on Salesday
in November, in front of the
Half Cash and Balance in Three Months. $
J 1 OFFER THE FOLLOWING
J Property for Sale at a Bargain:
<>s Acres mar Harksdnlc Station.
One new scven-rooui cottage ueni Watts Mill.
Acres on Farley Avenue.
2 Acres on Farley Avenue. A bargain in both of
i Ik se lots.
One new nine-room house, 3'.. Acres of land in the
city of I?aurens.
too Acres of land with good house and out buildings,
two miles of Princeton, at $20.00 an acre.
100 Acres fine fanning land with all necessary build
ings, font miles of 1.aureus, for $25,000.00.
343 Acres good land, in two miles of Clinton, otic
third cash balance* in four or 5 years.
50 Acres, of excellent land just out side city limits
al $(>*vOo 111 acre. Let me show yon this tract.
i J. S. MACHEN
( HI ice opposite the new Tost Office, up stairs,
over J. C. Shell & Company's stoic
Laurens, South Carolina
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
J. VV. Moore Place, near Ml. Pleasant, 75 acres at
$20.00 per acre.
The Colonial) Place, six miles west ol Laurens, 125
acres at a bargain.
Dorroh Place, near Boyd's Mill, 220 acres at $12.50
J no. Clardy Place, near Mt. Olive, 165 acres, 810 an acre.
Long Place between Waterloo and Harris Springs, 100
acres at $12.50 per acre.
45 acres one and one-half miles South-east of Laurons,
$45.00 per acre.
One house and lot near the Laurens Cotton Mill School
building at 81,000.00.
1,000 acres, three miles west of Waterloo, in several
tracts, at a bargain.
The Dr. Duvall Kami on Pea Ridge, 100 acres and
splendid improvements, well located as to schools, churches
and good neighbors.
A 50 acre farm in same neighborhood at a reasonable
One house and lot on West Main Street, now at a bar
gain for a quick sale.
50 acres joining lands of J. M. Dean and Geo. Brown.
175 acres in Sullivan Township, the T. Wood Brown
! Farm. A bargain.
C. W. Tunk, Sec. & Trc-as.
Anderson A Hlnkfcley, MuiMigcrn K?hI Fstat? SaIcm.
LAURENS, S. C