Newspaper Page Text
A Man Without a Bank Account ir? Like an Automobile
Without a Spark.
m?<: L^UR ENS? 'S
f I OFFER THE FOLLOWING
j Property for Sale at a Bargain:
65 Acres near P.atksdalc Station.
( >ne new seven-room cottage near Watts Mill.
3 '4 Acreson Farley Avenue.
One Grist and Flour Mill run by electric power.
One splendid two-story dwelling on Hampton Street.
One store too.11 with dwelling and six acres of land
just outside city limits on Princeton road at $1,600.00.
()ne two-story brick building on East Main Street.
This is probably the cheapest piece of property in the city.
2 Acreson Farley Avenue, A bargain in both of
One new nine-room house, 3 1 Acres of land in the
city of I,aureus.
100 Acres of land with good house ami out buildings,
two miles of Princeton, at $20.00 an acre.
100 Acres fine farming land w ith all iieaessary build
ings, four miles of J.aureus, for $25,000.00.
3.J3 Acres good land, in two miles of Clinton, one
third cash balance in four or 5 years.
50 Acics of excellent land just out side city limits
at $6^.00 an acre. Let me show you this tract.
I.Al'KKNS, SOUTH CAROLINA
Fall Winter Needs
Should be Done Now. Send them to
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
J Parcel Post place our wonderful facilities and univer- ^
sal service at your door?so to speak.
A GENERAL TOH
1 he Old Standard Grove'3 Tasteless chill Tor.ic is Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic because iv Acts on the Liver,
Drives Out Malaria, E
the Blood <vnd Builds up
the Whole System, For Grown People and Children*
Von know what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
ns the formula is printed on every label Bhowlug that it contains tiic well known
tonic properties of QCININK a:ul IRON. It is as ?Irony as the Strongest bitte I
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever,
Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
Mothers ami Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging.
Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and
purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer, A Complete Strengthct et.
No family should be without it. Guaranteed 1 y your Druggist. Wctneauit. 50c.
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered nny liours, doy or night.
LAURENS, S. C.
DU. CLIFTON JONES
Office In Simmons building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219
fiov. Blease Designates the fourth
Thursda) of this Month its a Dim of
Columbia, Nov. 9.?Governor Blenso
has issued ;i proclamation designat
ing the fouith Thursday of this month,
November 27th, as Thanksgiving day
ami tails upon all tho people to cease
from their daily occupations on that
day nnd to assemble in their accus
tomed places Of worship or 111 their
homes and to glvo thanks to their
(liver of all good fr tho prosperity
which lias blessed South Carolina.
The proclamation follows:
"State of South Carolina.
"During the past twelve months
South Carolina has enjoyed peace,
contentment, and an abounding pros
perity. In no other year have wo,
as ;i penple, been more signally
blessed. Tho Holds have been abun
dantly productive. Labor has receiv
ed a justly increased compensation,
nnd conditions have invited capital.
Moral Uplift and educational ad
vancement have kept step with in
"It is not only our duty, but WO
regard it as high privilege, to set
apart one day in the year upon which
publicly to give thanks to the Creat
Source of this beneficence.
"Now. therefore. I Cole L. Bleasc
governor of the state of South Car
linn, do hereby se: apart in accord
ance With time honored euslo'ai. the
fourth Thursday in November, which
is the 27th day of said month, as a day
of Thanksgiving, end I request that,
so far ns may be possible, the peo
>V of South Carolina cease that day
from the duties Of their vocations,
and publicly acknowledge, in their
usual places of worship, or in such
manner as may seem meet to them,
their indebtedness to Almighty Cod
for tho nil'is which he has bestowed
In testimony whereof, 1 have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
great seal of the State to he afllxed at
Columbia, this eighth day of Novem
ber A. D., 1013, and In the 138th year
of tho Independence of tho Pnlted
?Cole 1,. Bleasc,
"By the governor:
U. M. McCown.
"Secretary of state."
' Cause of Insomnia.
Tho most common cause of insomnia
is disorders of the jstoniach and con
stipation. C'hambcrinJlrs Tablets cor
rect these disorders and enable you
to sleep. For sal" by all dealers.
Meeting: of Masons.
An extra convocation of Rising Sun
Chapter, No. It. V M? will be held
at tlie Masonic Temple Thursday ev
ening at 7:30. Most excellent Itoyul
Arch degree will he conferred. Past
(Iran i High Priesl Ceo. '1'. Bryan will
Nearl,i Kverj Child Has Wurms.
Paleness, no Mine- a Hushed face,
unnatural hunger, picking the nose,
great thirst, etc.. are indications of
worms, KicknpOO Worm Killer is a
reliable, thorough medicine for the re
moval of all kinds <?;' worms from
children and adults. IlickapOO Worm
Kilor in pleasant candy for?ai, aids di
gestion, tones system, overcoming
constipation and Increasing the ac
tion' of the liver, is perfectly safe for
even the most delicate children. Kick
apoo Worm Killer mal;. 3 children lum
py and healthy. L'.">e. (liiurantced.
Try It. Drug stores or by mall, I i k
apoo 'Indian Medicine Co., I hibidel
phia and St. Louis,
One, Two aVid Three
Laurens, S. C.
I, AN FORD NE1TS. ?
Lanford, Nov. 10. -For the want of
news your scribe will have to nt\c
you ilots and dashes this week Farm
era are about through gathering
their crops, botb cotton and corn and
tiud that the crops are not as good
as thought to ho a few weoks ago.
However, the nice price thai they are
getting makes them cheerful, and a
hopeful feeling prevails. Quite a
number have and will sow quite a
lot of small grain.
Quite a number of people hoi'O Weul
lo ibe llowor sbow ami baby show at
Woodruff hist week, which was a great
BUCCC88 indeed. Your scribe never
saw Bitch a display of flowers and ba
bies. Tho dinner served by the la
dies was a feast Indeed that shows
that tho Woodruff people know bow
to do things, except making a new
county and 1 a;n not so sure if they
bad their show lirst they would today
bo living in a new county for the
I Lanford people are speaking in the
highest terms of Woodruff. Hut that
is natural as all the babies as well as'
I llOWCrS exhibited bt'OUgllt off the lit st
Mrs. .1. M. Fleming's baby. Master
Courtney, who was 111 months old,
jin (Mass 2, won lirst price. Mrs. W.
L. Patterson's baby, in class i. won!
lirst. Miss U>llll Lanford brought
back two llrst-pii7.es on her chrys
Our school is progressing nicely un
j tier the management of Prof. C. c.
, Road and his Clllclent help. Misses
Lanford ami Patterson.
The Hallowe'en parly, given by the
Rural School association at the school
house for the benefit of the school,
was a success ami 'he society was well
pleased with the patronage given them
The iiou killing season was opened
this morning by .1. M. Fleming, kill
ing a tine Du roe porker, which was so
fat that you couldn't 800 Us eyes.
Mrs. .1 It. Fowler and Miss Robin
Patterson were in Laurens Tuesday
shopping. Miss Robin staved over for
the "Leopard's spots" Tuesday night.
Mr. I.. M. Cannon is visiting in Lau
rens for a few days.
Messrs. Smith, brothers, of Oak
drove, Tenu., are visiting the famll;
of ;'apt. .1. YV. Lanford this week.
Messrs. T. A. and Frank Drummond
attended the fair in Spartanburg last
Mr. Tom Harmon h is returned fro it
a \isit to Union.
Mrs. W. II. Drttm'.nond is visiting in
Miss Audrey Pranks spent the week
end In (Iray Court with her sister,
Mrs. L, (I. Moore.
Mrs. T. It, Wolff and daughter. M'.s
l.ouise, were in Laurens Friday', shop
Mrs. o. L. Lanford. Mr . C L. Wa-1- ;
drep and Miss Robin attended Hie
Power show at Woodruff.
M p. and M rs. .1. It. Patterson were
in Spartanburg for the fair.
Misses Noll YVelhorn and Lueile
Camp, visited Miss Wclborn's mother,
Mrs. o. L. Lanford last week.
Mr. i. s. Iliggins is suffering with
an attack of Lagrippo,
Mr. K. II. Moore was seen on the
streets today after several v.. eks' sick
Mr. II. M. .Johnson was a business
visitor to Lauten- Monday.
Mrs. L. M. Cannon spent Friday in
Laurens with her son. Mr. I. M. Can
Mr. Itrooks, of Fountain Inn. Is vis
iting Iiis daughter here, Mrs. II. C
All the teacher's attended the meet- :
in..; in Laurens Fiiday and Saturday.
Miss itutii Lanford visited In Wood- j
\V. 0. \\. Mectinir.
Laurens ('amp No. US, W. O. W. will
meet Thursday next, Nov. l!Uh, at
7:::n p. M. A full attendance is re
riiies'ted by order of Consul Command?
.1. W, Thompson,
rsi?: or c.w.omki,
pr AI TH \ i.i. si oppmi)
i'er Hil'uio ,; idis, Constipation and
'. ;i Liter .Troubles. Diinuerous I al
ninel (iJtrs VVnj lo Hudson's i.her
I-Jvery druggist In the stat?' h is no
ticed a great falling off in the sale of
calomel. The> all give tin same rea
son. Dodson's Live: 'lone is taking
"Calomel is often dangerous and
people know i'. while Hudson's Llvei)
Tone is perfectly Kjffo and gives bet
ter results,'1 sajyS the Lau reps Drug
Dodson's Liver Tone is personally
guaranteed by Laurens Drug Co. who
^?lis it. A largo bott'.o costs ."??? cents,
and if it fails to give easy relief in
every case of sluggishness, you have
only to a-k for your money back. It
will be promptly returned..
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant
tasting, purely vegetable remedy
harmless lo both children and adults.
A bottle in the bouse may save you
a day's work or !<? ep your children
from missing school. Keep your liver
working and your li\cr will not keep
yon from working.
For every dollar purchase we will
give 100 Votes in The
^ Advertiser Contest.
^ Our stock of Drugs, Stationery
C Toilet Articles, Cigars, Tobac
? co and Sundries is Complete
> and of the very best quality.
^ Votes given on every purchase.
I Ray's Pharmacy \
*k Prescriptions a Specialty. ^
I LAURENS, - SOUTH CAROLINA |
Filtered Pure, High Grade
\ AT THE==:~ \
* Bowser Filtern;: s Station J
^ THE MOST CONVENIENT ^
^ PLACE IN THE CITY TO ^
$ HAVE YOUR CAR FILLED ^
l Eichelberger Bros.
\ Telephone 33 Sullivan St. ^
\ Near Public Square.