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BIG SALE IS NOW ON 1
AT WATTS MILL STORE
You must get your shoos in these bargains. They are go\?i
t>st. We have another lot of Shoes that we are selling at a:id
below cost. They must move.
A lot of Ladies', Men's and Hoy's Sweaters at sale, price.
One lot of Moa's Underwear going cheap.
Coed lot of Hoy's Suits at cost, for boys eight to seventeen year's
all good values.
One lot of Red Flannel, sale price 121.2c the yard^wo. to 25e.
A new lot of American Beauty Corsets, the $U<(" kind for >Se
A nice line of Men's Hats, prices ranging H/rfni JSC to $2.49?
Halts Mill Products.
2,500 yards Madras in black, blue and lavender stripes, for Men's
Shirts and Ladies' Shirtwaists, sale price 12 l-2c the yard, worth 20c
2,000 yards shadowed serge, worth 20c the yard going at 12 l-2c
One lot Mill Lawn, worth 10c, going at the yard ? L2c
This sale will continue throughout this week, v'ill and feet
your supply while the sale is ui at
THE WATTS MILL STORE
WHAT ARE YOU PLANTING?
Arc you planting Clover, Vetch or Alfalfa this Fall? These
plants wili cut your fertilizer bill in half if properly rotated.
They must have inoculation or they will not take the nitrogen
from the air, and will not grow to their normal size.
NITRAG1N is the best inoculation in the world. Have you
tried it? There are thousands all over the United States and all
around the world that have used it for years. There are hundreds
in and around Clinton that have it on their Peas this spring. In
every case where it has been used the roots are found to have from
5 to io times as many nodules which contain the nitrogen taken
from the air.
For all kinds of Seed and NITRAGIN,/write or see me at
Clinton, S. C. Lr
R. C. McLEES,
CLINTON, S. C.
Dramatized by the Author of "The Clansman"
Startling, Daring, Sensational, Dramatic
Magnificent Production Directed by the Author.
CITY OPERA HOUSE
Tuesday, Nov. 11th, 1913
Prices.50cts, 75cts, $1.00
Seats on sale Laurens Drug Co., Friday, Nov. 7 \
After Four Years of Discouraging ',
Conditions, Mrs. Bulled; Cave
Up in Despair. Husband
Came to Rescue.
Catron, Ky.?In an interesting letter
from this place, Mrs. Betlic Bullock
writes as follows: "I suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, 1 could only sit up for a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
all. At times, I would have severe pains
in my left side.
The doctor was called in, and his treat
ment relieved me for a while, but 1 was
soon confined to my bed again. After
that, nothing seemed to do me any good.
I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and 1 gave up in despair.
At last, myyfiusband got me a bottle of
Cardui, the/voman's ionic, and I com
menced la/ing it. From the very first
dose, I c/uld tell it was helping me. I
can\ now walk two miles without its
tirinarae, and am doing all my work."
If you arc all run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui, the woman's tonic. It lias helped
more than a million women, in its 50
years of continuous success, and should
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom
mend it. Begin taking Cardui today.
Write to: Chattanooga Meilclnc Co., Ladles'
Advisory Dept.. Ctuittnnoofja, Tcnn., tor Special
hittructions on your case nn J 64-p.ige book, 1 Homo
Treatment for Women," sent In pbin wrapper. J-6a
ON TO CLEVELAND
Left Neu York in Trouble About **Thej
Suffragette") Organ of the Part) said
to Contain Obscene Keadlng Maltor.
Now York. Oct. 24.?'Mrs. Kmino
line Pankhurst, the militant British
suffragette, left Now York today for
Clovoland, whore ehe will lecture.
Chief City Magistrate MeAdoo this
afternoon refused to issue any .lohn
Hoe warrants for women who sold
Tito Suffragette allodged to have con
tained matter which nilght bo class
ed as obscene,
'Those articles.'* said the niagis
tr?te, "are apparently based upon
liberal quotations from books for sale
in stores. The object appears to bo
to have women refuse to enter into
marriage under present political con
"1 do not feel called upon to take ac
tion in the matter at this time, for the
reason that a complete set of The Suf
fragette, containing these articles, has
ben examined by Anthony Coinstock
and the whole matter submitted to
the district atorney. Mr. Comstock
Informs me (hat those engaged in dis
tributing or selling this work have
loft our jurisdiction, taking with them
the publication in question."
* LAN FORD NETT8. ?
Lanford, Oct. 27.?Mr. B. 11. Moore
is visiting in Anderson for a few days.
Mr. \V. B. Harmon and son. Mr. Tom
Harmon, are in Columbia this wee!:,
at the state fair.
! Miss Robin Patterson was in Lau
fens Saturday shopping.
Misses Mollie and Lucll Moore are
in Anderson for ;i few days with their
sister, Mrs. \Y. 10. Thomas.
Mr. 1j. M. Cannon spent Sunday
night in Laurons with his son. Mr.
.lohn M. Cannon.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. 10. Johnson, of Cray
Court, spent Sunday afternoon willi
Mrs. Mattie Lnnford.
Mr. .1. 15 Harmon is clerking for K.
H. Moore and will be glad to have his
many friends give him a ? all.
Miss Othclln Johnson is visiting at
Arcadia this week.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. \V. Johnson have
returned from Columbia where they
have been for some time. They will
make their home at Lnnford for tl>"
Mr. Henry llarlam is on the sick
list this week.
Mrs. Mattie Lanford is improving
Little Miss Catherine Wolff has been
quite sick but is some better.
Mr. M. Fleming Is visiting his daugh
ter, Mrs. T. !i. Crouch at IjCCSVUIc
this wet k.
Miss Minnie Lanford is in Knoxville
at the exposition for a few days.
Miss Marie Patterson spent tlie
week end in Spar'anl.urg with her
Mr. M, C. Patterson returned home
front Spartanburg Monday accompan
ied by Mr. .1. R. Willis.
Mr. John Cunningham wrs a busi
ness visitor to i.aureus Monday.
Mr. w. P. Patterson has returned
homo riftor a week's stay in Spartan
Mr. C. C. Pool SPOnl thO Week clld
at Gray Court.
Don't forget the Hallowe'on party
at the school house Friday night, Oct.
31. A good time is expected.
A PR I KM) TO
Tin: WOltKlNt; MAN.
Five years ago I was so troubled
: with kidney trouble and Inllaiat ta
\ tion of the bladder that I had to cease
working my farm. Life look. | dark
to mo until I heard of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Pool through a cured friend.
1 tried a bottle and began to feel bet
ter at once. After using live or six
bottles I felt line and have continued
j to work as I had before my tilllictlon.
I 1 want to state that !>-. Kilmer's
SwfJmp-Root is a kidnej medicine that
will cure and I owe my gooil work
during the past live or six years to it.
Yoill'S very truly.
c. w. MORRIS;
Subscribed and sworii'to hefor ? m< .
this 27th day of Mar;/. IH12.
of v.. Gor Ion,
/ Notary Pa
This Is to ceiHIf/ that Mr. C. W.;
Morris has houghf Swamp-Pool tit
Ulla .-Idle ill ll<e
v\dam Guthrie, .11\, i
Dr. Kilmer & ( o.,
Ringhaiuton, v. v.
Prove Wlial Swnmp.Rool Will l>o For
Semi ton Cents to I>r. Kilmer & Co.,
?inghnmlon, N. Y,, for a sample -]?/.<?
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet Of valuable
information, telling about the kidneys
and bladder. When writing, bo sure
and mention the Laurons Weekly Ad
vertiser. Regular fifty-cent and one
dollar size hottles for sale at all drug
To Cure a Cold in One Day
TakeX.AXATIVSBROMOQuinine. It stops the
Cough nnd Headache arid works off the Cold.
Mmsrgists refund n'oney if it fall* to cur?-.
H, \V. GROVIi S fiik'nuture on each beat. 2.'c.
Woodro? Wilson Issues Annual Pro
clamttflon for November ?s.
Washington. Oct. 23.?President Wil
son today designated Thursday, No*
voinber 27, as Thanksgiving Day, and
issued the following his first Thanks
"The season is at hand In which it
has boon our long respected custom
as a pooplo, to turn in praise and
thanksgiving to Almighty God for His
manifold mercies and blessings to us
as a nation. The year that has Just
passed has boon marked In a peculiar
degree by manifestation of ills gra
cious and beuoflcent providence, \\Y|
have not only hail peace throughout
our own borders and with the nations
of the world, h'lt that peace has been
brightened by constantly multiplying1
evidences of genuine friendship, of
mutual sympathy and understanding,
and of the happy operation of many
elevating InlltlChCCS both of ideal and
"The nation not only has boon pros
perous but has proved its capacity to
take calm counsel amidst the rapid
movement of affairs and deal with its
own life in a spirit of candor, right
eousness and comity. We have seen
he practical completion of a great
work at the isthmus of Panama,
which not only cxctuplllles the na
tion's abundant resources to accom
plish what it w ill, and the distinguish
ed skill and capacity of its public
? wants, but also promises the he
ginning of a new age. of new contacts,
new neighborhoods, new sympathies
new bonds, and new achievements of
cooperation and peace.
"'Righteousness exalteth a nation."
and 'Peace on earth, good will to
wards men,' furnish the only founda
tions upon which can be built the last
ing achievements of tile human spirit.
The year has brought us the satisfac
tion of our duty, which will make the
work of the future better still.
Dnj of Thanksgiving.
"Now, therefore, I. Woodrow Wil
son, president of the United States of
America, do hereby designate Thurs
day, the "7 of November next, as a
day of thanksgiving and prayer, and
invite the people throughout the land
to ce;is(> from their wonte,) occupa
tions and in their several hones and
places of worship ren lor thanks to
"In witness whereof. I have here
unto sot my band and caused the seal
of the United States to he alllxcd.
"Done at the City of Washington,
this 2!lrd day of October, In Iho year
of Our Lord, one thousand nine hun
dred and third en, ami ol I In? In lc
pendonco of Iho United States of
America, the one hundred and |hlrty
(Signed) "Wo<. l ow Wilson,
"By ih" President:
"W. .1. Bryan,
"Secretary of Stale." iS:.ili
Mothers! Have Your Children Worms?
Are thoy feverish, rosth s, nervous,
irritable, dizzy or constipated? Do
thoy continually pick their nose or
grind their tooth? Have thoy cramp
ing pains. Irregular and raWmous rip
petite? These are all siguf, of worms.
Worms not only cause y^'-'1' ohild suf
fering, but stunt Itj lylud and growth.
Cive "Klckapoo VVoMrTjsHlor" at once,
it kills an 1 removes the worms, im
proves your child's nppellte, regulates
stomach. liver and bowels. The symp
toms disappear and your child is made
happy and healthy, as nature Intend
ed. All druggists or by mall, L'.".c.
KICK VI?00 IXDI VN MF.DICINF CO.
Philadelphia, |,;|- ? Louis, Mo.
Statement of (!?<? < audition of the
BANK OF i. t i?:\^.
Located at I,aureus, S, ('? ; I l!it; close
of liusiiH ss October -L I III II.
i . SOUUCKS:
' o : s and Dis< mini.$177.1 Is. 1 !?
Bonds and Slocks owned by
tile Brink. |n.nln.t,ii
Furniture : Fixtures 2,6:tii.Qn
Banking House. 2l,S:t.",10
Other Iteal Kslato owned .. :"'.l.7"i
Due frc-.n Banks and Bank
cold ..'. fj:;o.OO
Kilver and other Coin .... I U'/.O!'
Checks and Ca h Item? ?? L2.r?2ifi0
Iii \ 111 LIT 1KB:
capital Stock Paid In .. . .>" iWi.opn.ni
Surplu t Fund. "?"?."' '?''
Uud.lv.idnd Profit -. les f'ur
ronl Kx;?? n >s and Taxes
Due to Bank and 11 nkers I7.5i.2lt.-I
I dvidoiids Unpaid. 52.0?
Individual i lepO H - Suhji ??<.
to Clu ck. OO. ir.ILl:
Savings I to posit . :'.7,002.Ji
Time Certificates of Deposit J~ '.>!'.'..'<
Certified Chech t. 7.'.."
Cashier's Checks. "?"?::. i
Bills Payable. Including Cer
tificates for Money Bor
rowed. 10,000 0
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurons. ss,
Before mo came Ii. K. Aiken, Cash
ier of the above named bank', wh
being duly sworn, says that the nbov
and foregoing statement :-; a true con
dltloil Of said bank, a sho'A'11 by th
books of sai?l bank.
11. K. MKRN.
Sworn to and Rlthscribcd before m
this 27t'n day of October, 1013.
.1. .1. Adams,
Notary Public for S. C.
Correct Attest: M. .1. OwlngS, .1.
Sullivan, O. B. Simmon: , Directors.
I OBTAIN VOTES
For every dollar purchase we will
give 100 Votes in The
Our stock of Drugs, Stationery
Toilet Articles, Cigars, Tobac
co and Sundries is Complete
and of the very best quality.
Votes given on every purchase.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
? LAURENS, - SOUTH CAROLINA
McCRADY BROS. & CHEVES, kc
Engineers and Contractors
Special Attention Given Land Surveys.
? Laurens, S. C.
IIhiiIi ol l.iuiri'iiN
Charleston, S. C.
|'i ii|i|< oni< ? ItolUlliiu
"WHAT TO GIVE?"
I.'j the question that is
WEHAVE THE ANSWER
()ui years <>f experience in
supplying Wedding Gifts that
please will help us lo guide
yon. (?ifts of distinction and
Refinement in Pi< kard's Hand
i Ivvcrylliing desirable in Silv? r
waic nnd Cut Glass.
Wanted the hade to know
that we are bboking orders
1 for John B. Meyers Molasses.
I Dixie Flour and Grain Co.
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C. S. Allen,
Qon, I'ass. a"' nt.
lilt. CLIFTON JONES
Office In Simmon* Hulldlr.g
Phone: Office No. KG; Residence 219
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