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JUST TRY ONE DOSE of
Maw's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
and Be Convinced That You Can
Be Restored to Health
You are not asked to take Mayr's Wonder
ful Stomach Remedy for weeks and months
before you receive any benefit?one dose Is ut
Rlly required to convince the most skeptical
suHerer ol Stomach Ailments thai this great
remedy should restore anvono so ailli. ted to
Kood health. Muyr's Wonderful Stomach
Remedy has been ukco by many thousand^ ol
people throughout tlie land. It has brought
health and happiness to sufferers who had des
paired ot ever being restored and who now pro.
claim it a Wonderful Remedy and are m i-i ?
otherd who may l>e sintering with Stomach,
Liver and Intestinal Ailments to try it lin,l
you. Muyr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy Is
f" different than most medicines that are i>ut on
the market for the various stomach ailment"
?it is really in a < I iss l,y itself, and one don
will do more to convince the most skeptical
sufferer than tons of other medicines. Results
from one dose will umaze and the benefits
ore entirely natural, as it arts on the source
U-.ld loiiudalion of these ailments, removing the
poisonous catarrh and bile accretions, and allay
ing the underlying chronic inflammation in the
alimentary and Intestinal tract, rendering the
Same antiseptic. Just try one dos?' of Muyr's
Wonderful Stomach Renicdy?jiht it to a test
today -you will be overjoyed ..With vour quick
recovery and will highly]pr.usc it as thousands
of others arc constantly cjoiuR. Send for booklet
on Stomach Ailments to-<".eo. II. Mayr. Mfg.
Chemist, 151-1?G Wuitiug SU, Chicago, III.
For sale by
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Is the question that is
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you. Gifts of distinction and
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Everything desirable in Silver
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Laurens, S. C.
gy nu T.grm jftg^ are curable. All kinds
IV H I BJtf0" flPB nu an i-.ulTi-riiiK and
Uli KB ^ The CAUSE
k^T H H Uf nlwavs internal.
? M 1"_ 8*?. ^JB in. I. .on hard
tablets produce amazing results by attacking the
INTERNAL CAUSE. The piles urn dried up and
permanently cured. 24 das.-' treatment, $1.00.
L>R. LEONIIARDT CO., Buffalo, N. Y. (free book)
Sold by Laurens Drug Co. and all druggists-.
Take notice thai on the 17th day of
Novembor, 1913, 1 will render a final
account of my acts and doings as Ad
ministratrix Of tllO i'state of T. A.
McCarloy, deceased, in tlie office of
Die Judge of Probate of Laurens coun
ty at 11 o'clock, a. ml, and on the same
day will apply for a final discharge
from my trusts as Administratrix.
Any person Indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and- nil persona
having claims against said ostate will
present them oil or bofoi'O said dato.
(Inly proven, or be forever barred.
Alice M. McCllntock,
Administratrix with will annexed
October 1913. l mo.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA RF.MEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure '
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mail on
receipt of price $i.oo.
Triad Package by mall 10 cents.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Props., Cleveland, Oldo
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Lam i'ii-., S. C
Shafting, Pulleys, Belts, Repairs and
Flies, Teeth, Looks, Etc.
LOMBARD IRON WORKS, AUGUSTA, CA.
Ctl out circular before you buy.
I WHY THE SOUTH OUGHT TO BE A LIVE \
The South ought to be a livestock'
country for the following reasons:
1. Its long growing season, which
intakes the growing of two forage crops
a year practicable, enabling it to pro
duce forage cheaply.
2. It has a large number of legumes
suited to the different seasons of the
year and adapted to varying soil con
ditions, and legumes are our cheap
est and best livestock feeds.
3. Our soils are deficient in nitro
gen and humus, and the growing of
legumes is the best menus of supply
ing these deficiencies; but to obtain
the most benefit from a legume crop
after it is grown, it must be fed on
the farm and the manure returned to
the land which grew the crops.
?I. Our lands are lower in price, but
by means of our longer grazing and
growing season they will produce as
much feed per acre in a year as the
higher-priced lands of oth< r sections
which means we can produce feeds
at a lower cost.
Because there is no natural or
climatic or other condition w hich of-j
fers any serious obstacle to livestock
raising except the cattle ticks, and
they may be easily eradicated as prov
ed by the rapidity with which infect
ed territory is being cleaned.
Why has die South never develo
ed a successful livestock industry?
The reasons are many, but none of
them is of such a nature as to Justify
l lie conclusion that the country is not
suitable for the growing of livestock.
Probably the three most important
reasons why the South does not pro
duce more livestock are: Cotton, the
negro, and the large number of gen
tlemen farmers who do not live on
their farms, but do fanning on a large
Cotton is a splendid crop; lends it
self better than any other crop known
to a one-crop system of farming, is
better to negro character and labor,
and is suited to the "extensive" farm
ing ideas of the non-resident, or city
In short, the South has not largely
dovoloped a livestock industry because
conditions have not been suited to the
development of livestock men. The
South ought to be a livestock coun
(ll A crop of cowpons, soy beans,
peanuts, or lespedcxa tall legumes)
may be grown the same season after
an oat crop is harvested. There is no
better feed than oats, and cowpoas
and lespedeza are the oqual of rod
clover as hay producers; white pea
nuts and soy beans Will produce as
much b ed (concentrates) as any crop
grown hero or elsewhere.
(2) A soil made rieb by the growing
of legumes and livestock farming will
make as much corn or silage per acre
as in the Com Belt, and the same sea
son produce a crop of crisom equal In
feeding value to a crop of red clover.
CO Our climate conditions make
us a cotton producing country. One
of the by-products of the cotton crop
is cottonseed meal, the cheapest pro
tein fed known. Tin' South produces
150,000,000 bushels of cottonseed an
nually, which pound for pound is su
perior to corn in feeding value. If the
South could not have produced cotton
she would have grown livestock .bist
as other BCCtions have turned to llvo
StOCli, where one-erop systems de
pleted their soils and forced them to
Tho South must grow livestock, be
cause while it is possible to build Up
soil fertility without feeding livestock,
it is not generally done, and cannot
be done as economically as by feed
ing the legumes, which must he grown
to build up the fertility, to good live
The need of the South is for men
who will study livestock raising as
a part of their general farming sys
tem, for there is no reason why the
South cannot or does not grow live
stock more profitably than any other
section, oxcept that we have not the
men with either the Inclination or in
formation to do so.
There is a general belief that grass
will not grow and furnish good pas
turage in the Colon Bolt. This is due
to the fact that there is a well-under
stood and direct antagonism between
Cotton and grass, and this lias been 1
a cotton country. We have the pos
tive, dlrccl and unqualified statement
that the sann? money invested in land
and th.e making of pastures, with Ber
muda grass. Icspcdozn, bur and white
clover as the pasture plants, will yield '
more feed and produce more pounds
of growth or milk than anywhere in
the United States. The Progressive
? LISBON LOCALS. ?
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Lisbon, Nov. 10.?Tho tanners arc
very busy picking cotton, gathering
corn and sowing small .main. They
are sowing more oats, vetch, clover,
rye and barley than usual, They see
from the government roport thai the
western corn will be I1i14.l1 UOXl year
and they believe Hint cotton at 13 am!
I 1 cents.can't pay for much of it. Cot
ton picking will soon bo n thing of
the past. There will he but little cot
ton made by the late planting this
The box supper at the Lisbon school
was quite ;t success. Hightech dollars
was realized from tbo sale of the hos
ts. The object was to make some Im
provements on the stdioo! building.
Miss Gnrrott, is a hard worker and if
there Is any chance for Improvements
in any of the avenues she will Improve
A good many attended the state fair
from this place, but when it comes to
gotting square meals nild lodging in
Columbia, none but the rich and well-1
to-do could stand the price, In the
second class hotels they made the
poor people pay $2.(mi per nlghl for
a bod, and from $1.00 up for what
they called a square meal. Ii is a
shame that they Like the advantage 0/
the poor people who want to attend
the slate fair for a little outing after
a hard year's work.
Did you ever hear of so many state
olllcors popping up In the IMod'.nonl
district before in all your life. If
Laurens keeps on she will soon have
out enough men to fill all the state
A Consiitnpth e < oii'fli
A COUgh thai bothers you continu
ally is one of the danger signals which
warns of consumiHt<1on. Dr. King's
Now Discovery stop the cough, loos
en the chest, banish fever and lei you
sleep peacefully .The- first dose chocks
the symptoms and' gives prompt re
lief. Mrs. A. R Merl/., of Olon Kllyn.
Iowa, writes: "Dr. King's New Discov
ery cured n Stubborn cough after six
weeks' doctoring failed to help." Try
it. as it will do the same for you.
Best medicine for COUgltS, Colds, tho.it
and lung troubles. Money back il ii
flals. Price 60c. & $1.00. All druggist,
by mall. Ii. B. Rucklln &? Co.. Phila
delphia or St. Louis.
! Another Shipment of Oil Cook
Stoves just received.
S. M. & 10. II. Wilkes & Co.
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First Division Lauren.-, association
at Harmony Baptist Church Nov. 2!)
and ::n 1913.
Sutnrday Nov. 29 Introductory ser
mon II a. in. Rc>. t;. ('. I Icdgcpnt It.
1 2 lOnrollmcnt of delegates ami re
ports from the churches.
12-30 Recess one hour.
1- :'.n State missions. Mr. 0. L, Lan
ford and 'I'. F. Hughes.
.1 I'. M. Orphanage. Mr. K. M. Riddle,
T. .1. Cooper, nnd S. 10. Kr?mlet.
2- 30 Tin- kind of literature to study.
Rev. Mr. KYcomuh, and I. N. Comp-'
P. M. Foreign missions. Re\. <;. <'.
I llodgopath, and \V. C. Wilkey.
8-30 Home missions, Mr. W. II, Drnm
mond and.Mr. W, .1. Cooper.
I P. M. Woman's work. Mr, I''. 10.
Gllini) and Oeo. 'I'. Cook.
1-15 Young people work. Mr. John !'?
Cook ami Mr. I. W. Lanford,
'Sunday Nov 30. Hi A. M. S. S.
Ill A. M. Mission sermon.
I 12 Recess one hour for dinne r.
1 1'. M. Song service,
i I I'. M. Adjournment.
.1. A. Marter
I The Union of tin- Fourth Division
I of Laurens Association will meel with
i Cross Hill Baptist church, Saturday,
I Nov 29, 1913. j
11:00-Sernipn by Rev. .1. M, Ti ? I m, I
or Rev. W. P. Turner. Ol'gani/al I
12: l"?-Intermission for dinner.
l:30rThe "hristlan hope and God'
suranee. Scripture readings and short
. talks led by Pastor J, A. Martin.
2:00->\Vhat Bible doctrines need spe
cial emphasis :it the present lime?
.1. .11. Whorton, li. A. Full.:. I. II
; Moles. K. M. Light foot.
>2:I0-Whnl social amusements <>: :<?
?ay are special hindrances to the spl
I ritual progress of our churches? W. I
p. Turner, W, C NVharton, J. W.
i7:30-Sermon by Rev. w. D. 1.. p.al-l
II f;00 Missionary Sermon by Rev, E.
.M. Llghtfoot, or Rev. 10. A. Fuller.
w. p. Culberson, Sec. |
Turkey, Plum Pudding and Pumpkin Pie are well enough for
the Thanksgiving Dinner, but they won't keep your feet warm or
dry during the cold weather that will be dealt out to us from now
until the Springtime comes again.
Our line of Handsome, Stylish and durable Shoes for Men,
Women and Children will dress feet in a way to make their at
tendance an honor to ANY THANKSGIVING DINNER.
We're ready to attend to
your wants in Footwear, and
the tax you'll consider light,
when you look at your feet
after we're through with them. Hj?/^Y?tf
CLA RDY ?V WILSON
"Tin: Snoi: Mi:\M
IN REAL ESTATE
123 acres, lour miles oast of Laurens Court House on
Clinton road, well improved at a bargain. Terms easy.
J. \Y. Moore Place, near Mt. Pleasant, 75 acres at
8*20.00 per acre.
The Colonian Place, six miles west, of Laurens, I"25
acres at a bargain.
Dorroli Place, near Doyd's Mill, 220 acres at 812.50
Jno.Clardy Place,near Ml. Olive, 1.05 acres, 810 an acre.
45 acres one and one-half miles South-east of Laurens,
8 15,00 per acre.
One house and lot near the Laurens Cot ton Mill School
building at 81,000.00.
1,000 acres, three miles west of Waterloo, in several
tracts, at a bargain.
The Dr. Duvall Farm on Pea Itidgc, 100 acres and
splendid improvements, well located as t<> 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.
175 acres in Sullivan Township, the T. Wood Drown
Farm. A bargain.
Laurens Trust Company
R. A. CoopRR, President. C, \V. Tim., Sec & Trcas.
Anderson A Hlukoley, Managers Real Estate Sales.
LAURENS, S. C.