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Stop Calomel This Very Day
Thousand* Now Using Wonderful
Liver Remedy from Hot
There's a better remedy for const!
pation, livor and
Buru Hot Springs
Mako you feel
up Hallow tkiu
and banish ma
laria und headache*-?They aro a flno
Ionic and quickly put an edgo on your
appotito. 25 cents at all druggists.
rrccMtuavU S.XVCR ::v*Tr"V*Jnt,fHiooklet
about the famous Hot Springs Rli?--imatiim
Rcinrdyaml Hot Springs lllood Kemeity from
Hot Spring* Cbcmical Co., Hot Spring?, Ark.
I, At KINS Dill 'I CO.
Laurcns. S. C
OLD AUTO TIRES!
I buy worn out automobile tires at
AlwayB in tho market for Hides,
Tallow, Beoswax, Scrap Iron, Scrap
Rubber, Metal and Burlap, and Bur
Write for Further Information.
The McCord Studio
Formerly Run inThe Old Bank
of Laurcns Building, Has
Been Moved to New
Quarters in Front of
In our new place we have a bel
ter light and more oiMcnlences,
which enables us to give (lie public
better service than before, and shall
be glad to have you call and in* pect
our lines of Photographs and Por
traits, whether you want anything
done at the present or not.
Our riiotographs are made on
the very best of materials, and ii 11 -
ished by (lie methods that insure
their lasting qualities.
We make high-grade enlarged
Portraits from oar Negatives at Re
duced prices. Also, we make Por
traits in Cray On* Pastel and (Ml from
any Photograph, Tin Typo or
Kodak Finishing done promptly
and ncatl) l)j the latest methods.
The best possible results guaran
teed. Gel price list.
The McCord Studio
Laurens, S. C.
Over J. C. Shell Company's Store
More Grain?Sow Now.
Sow Grain for the good of jour land.
Sow drain for the benctlt of jour
Sow Grain for the betterment of
Sow barley, rye, clover or vetch now
In your cotton land that joii intend
to replant in cotton next year, as a
cover and catch crop to keep the soli
from washing and leeching during the
winter months ami turn under in the)
spring lidding humus to the soil for
Sow oats to be cat for your stock
and follow with peas in order to keep
up the fertility of jour soil rotate
your crops. The farmers of I.aureus
county are spending each year thous
ands of dollars In commercial ferti
lizers and gradually exhausting the
fertility of the soil by planting the
Hiune land in cotton year after year?
taking from the soil without return
ing plant food.
Mow Grain and buy jour seed from
Laurens, S. C.
Take notice that on the 'J'.H h day of |
November. I will render a final ac
count of my acts and doings as BXOCU
tor of the estate of Maria 8. Boulwaro,
deceased, In the Office of the Judge of
Probate of Laurcns ?jounty at II
?'clock, a. m? and onjtbe same day
will apply for a final Discharge from
my trusts as Administrator.
Any person indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment On that date; and all person;
inviiig claims against said estate will
'ireaent them on or before said date,
duly proven, or be forever haired.
I). I.. BOUIAVARE,
October 20. 1QIf!.?1 mo.
AT CROSS HILL
Knjoynble and Proiltublo Meeting uf
the Predestlnnrlans with the Liberty
Tho Enoree Presbyterlal met in Its
fifteenth annual f-ossion with the la
dles of Liberty Springs Church, Cross
Hill, s. C. October 10-13.
The opening hobsIoii was held Fri
day afternoon October, 10th, when
tho enrollment took place, twoiity
| three delegates, five officers and four
teen visitors responding to roll call.
The following officers were present:
Mrs. B. L. Hughes, president, Mrs. J.I
W. Allen, secretary, Mrs. W. H. Mor
ton, treasurer, Mrs. Rebecca Deal, sec
retary of literature, and Mrs. H, \V.
Allen, chairman or Executive Com
Friday night the pastor of the
church, Itov. C. Ik Uatchford, gave an
address of welcome! introducing Rev.
C. F. flankin of Laurcns, who gave an
address on Home Missions.
Mrs. Motte Martin of our mission
in Africa who was present gave a
heart-stirring talk on tiie work and
the needs in Africa. Her African nurse
sang a hymn in the African language.
Saturday night, after devotional ex
ercises conducted by Itov. 1). W. Rich
ardson of Chinklang, China, two of the
delegates took part In a dialogue on
Pros and Cons of Foreign Missions.
Rev. Mr. Hassel, a .voting man un
der appointment to Japan gave a talk
on missions In ..'??.nan. Then followed
an Interesting pageant In which twen
ty of the young girls of Cross Hill
Sabbath morning and evening Rev.
D. \V. Richardson of our North Kian
su mission preached soul stirring
sermons on missions in China.
Sabbath afternoon was devoted to
young people's work. Devotional ex
ercises Wore Conducted by the Presi
dent. Mis. E. L. Hughes, Miss Marie
Dean of the Miriam Society of Spar
tan burg sang a solo. Miss Agnes Rav
enel of the same society told of the
Blue Ridge Missionary Education Con
ference which she attended last sum
mer. Miss Atmy Allan, Secretary of
Young Peoplo's Work in the Charles
ton Prosbytorlal gave a practical talk
on young people's work, after which
steps wero taken toward reorganizing
a young people's band in the Liberty
An interesting feature of the Satur
day afternoon session was a round
table Conducted by Mrs. W. YY. Simp
son of Woodruft, on "How to meet the
difficulties in the country churches."
Mrs. Alvin Dean of Greenvillo read
a paper prepared by Mrs. J. T. NYood
side of Greenville in memory of our
departed missionaries, Mrs. Annie
Orayblll of Mexico, Mrs. Annie Wil
Kinson Moonoy of China, Mrs. S. M.
Lane of Brazil and the two children
of Rev. and Mrs. R. (',. Colt of Korea.
Letters were read from Dr. Ruth
Morgan of our Haichow station In Chi
na. The Enoreo Prosbytorlal lias con
tributed $500.00 a year to the Haichow
station ever since 1905.
Reports were heard from the coun
ty institutes and thirty societies.
Invitations for the next, meeting
were received from Union and Wood
ruff, and I'nion was selected as the
next place of meeting.
The election of officers resulted as
President, Mrs. W. W. Simpson,
First Vice-Presldent, Mrs. P. L.
2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Vice- presi
dents, Leaders of County Institutes.
Secretary, Mrs. .1. W. Allen, Spar
Treasurer, Mrs. W. 11. Morton, Stpar
Secretary of Literature, Mrs. Re
becca Deal, Greenville.
Secretary of Young People's Work,
Miss Agnes Ravenel. Spartanburg.
Resolutions were passed thanking
the members oi Liberty Springs
Church and their neighbors and
friends for their delightful hospitali
ty, the little girls for adding to our
enjoyment both in tho homes and on
the program, the members of the choir
and soloist for the beautiful music
rendered during the services, and the
holies of Cross Hill Tor the delightful
dinners served In the church yard un
der the trees, on Saturday and Mon
.1. W. A.
CATARRH VI. TKOIBLK
ENDED USE 1IYOMEI
You Breathe It No Stomach Dosing
< lears the Head.
Use nature's remedy for catarrh, or
cold in the head. 01 lo that is harmless
yol quick and offoc Ivo.
It is the healing nls and balsams of
llyomol winch you hreithe through a
-mall pockOl inhiijei-. This curative
and antiseptic air reaches tho most
remote air cells in the nose, throat
and lungs, killing the catarrhal germs,
Stopping the offensiv,, breath, raising
of mucus, droppings in the troat.
crusts in the nose and all other ca
The complete outfit costs only $1.00
and the Laurcns Drug Co. will return
your mor.oy if not Batlfled. Do not
continue to suffer catarrhal Ills?try
REFORM IM NAVY
South Curollnn Responsible for No v
Rules To Prevent Grafting.
Washington, Nov. 6.?A stort time
ugo Secretary Daniel? affixed his sig
nature to the latest changes in navy
regulations. Ills signature was the
death knell of what is known in naval
circles as "balanced bids" and there
was written Into the organic law of the
service that every pound of provisions
hereafter delivered shall welglt, ex
actly IG ounces and that the enlisted
men of the navy shall Invariably re
ceive both In (inanity and quality the
full benlflt of every dollar of money
expended for their subsistence.
What makes this order of more than
ordinary Interest Is that many thous
ands of dollars are expended from
year to year for the purpose of food
supplies of the enlisted men and it
has been largely through the efforts
of a South Carolinian? Pay Inspector
Samuel McQowan -that such a thing
was brought about.
In giving the facts regarding tills
matter to the press for publication,
Secretary Daniels in Iiis statement
"This reform was made possi
ble by the recommendations of the
able paymaster of the Atlantic fleet,
Samuel McGowan, who made a thor
ough study of the matter and whose
watchfulness has resulted in great an
nual savings in the purchase of pro
visions for the navy."
Under the old system of buying pro
visions professional provisioners
sprung up everywhere like Jacob's
gourd vine peddlers today, mer
chants tomorrow, petty capitalists the
day after?all by reason of being able,
through grouped awards of contracts
and skillfully manipulated deliveries,
to bid on one thing and furnish an
The net result to the government
was that, While prices on the average
were low, cost in the aggroate was
high, the situation presenting the ex
traordinary paradox whereby retailers
could and in fact habitually did un
dersell the wholesalers from whom
they regularly obtained their supplies
for delivery 10 the government.?The
THICK, GLOSSY II Mi:
PIIEK PRO. DAN DRITT
Girls! Beautify Your Hair! Make It
Soft, Pluffv and Luxuriant Try the
Try as you will, after an application
of Dandorlne, you cannot find a single
trace of dandruff or falling hair and
your scalp will not itch, but what will
ploaso you most, will be after a few
weeks' use. when you see new hair,
line and downy at first - yes but real
ly new hair -growing all over the
A little Dandorlne immediately dou
bles the beauty of your hair. Xo dif
ference how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, just moisten a cloth with
Danderino und carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. The effect is imme
diate and amazing?your hair will be
light, Huffy and wavy, and have an ap
pearance of abundance; an incompara
ble lustre, softness and luxuriance,
the beauty and shimmer of true hair
Get a ''"> cent bottle of Knowlton's
Danderino from any drug store or
toilet counter, and prove that, your
hair is as pretty and soft as any?
that it has been neglected or injured
by careless treatment?that's all.
Hig line of Window Shad*. ,ust re
ceived, all colors, priced to please von.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Slate of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
In Court of Common Pleas
J. M. PITTS & BRO., Plaintiff
OKO. A. BROWN I NC. JR., Defendant.
Pursuant to a Decree of the court
In the above stated case, 1 will sell
at public outcry to the highest bidder,
at Bauteils C. 11.. S. C, on Salesday
in December next, being Monday the
1st day of the month, during the legal
hours for such sales, the following de
scribed property, to wit:
One-half Interest In all that lot,
piece or parcel i>f land lying, being
and situativ in fho state and county
aforesaid, In the town of Goblville,
containing two/acres, more or less,
bounded on the north by land of Hla
lock and Browning; on the. east by
public road leading from I.aureus to
Nowborry; on the south by public
road leading from Milton to Whltmlroi
and west by land of L. W. C. Rlalock,
said lot having thereon a seven room
Terms of Sale: cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers. If the terms of sale
are not Complied with, the land to be
re-sold on same or some subsequent
Salesday on same terms, at risk of
c. \. POWER,
C. C, c. p. and 0. s? Laurens, s. c.
mated, this Nov. S, 1913. 1fi-:5t
Jno. W. Ferguson 0. C. Foatherstone
W. B. Knight
PRRRUSON, PPATHRRRTONR & KNK1HT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
Prompt and careful attention given
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
$30,00 and $35.00
Coat Suits, high-class
tailored, snappy styles,
newest fabrics, suits
that every dealer gets
$40 to $50 for. Spe
cial this week
New lot Serge Dress
es just arrived. Spe
One lot of extra
good quality Cotton
Poplin. All colors.
15cts the yard.
large size Turkish
special prices on all
Wool Blankets for this
New Coat Suits at
This week we offer
a special lot of extra
good new style Coat
Most of these belong
on the $18.00 rack
but we bought them
cheap and we give you
Special Group Coat
Suits that belong in the
$20.00 class for
This entire group rep
resents new arrivals
bought at a price that
enables us to give you
a genuine $20.00 Suit
Special Group Coat
Suits that should go in
the $25.00 and $27.50
class and be a genuine
bargain at that price
but they came in the
lot we bought last
week from a manufac
turer who wanted to
close them out. So we
will place this group
on sale at
New lot Trimming
Silks and Velvets.
New Rufflings at
25cts to 50 cents the
Ask to see our all
Leather Hand Bags at
Another fresh lot of
those good kid gloves
Ask for the C ha nut
This is Fur weather
and we handle the
guaranteed line, Naro
bia Furs. They do not
smut. Made out of
one piece skins and
will not rip. Abso
A coat to fit every
member of the family.
One lot of Black
Taffeta Silk 36-inches
wide. $1.00 grade at
50cts per yard while
LAURENS' BEST STORE