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t hu nge of Base Rioted Htnce Ills Reply
in Senator Tlllman. dec Him <<>
Come Out for Governor.
Columbia, Nov. 7. -That certain ole
iments or the administration support
ers, hi th or to uncompromising OP pO
neU* of any suggestion looking to put
ting Senator .lohn 1,. MoLaurln for
?ovornor, have come around since the
(publication of the MoLaurln reply to
tuwater TUUnan and are now urging
the Marlboro Senator to enter the
race, i? known.
information received in Columbia
from Spartan burg In to the effect that
yesterday several telegrams went from
Illoaso leaders there to Senator Me
Laurln congratulating him on his re
ply to Senator Tlllman and urging
him to Come OUt for governor. They
fold the Senator in their telegrams
that the people would hack him, they
t pi iking of Course of. their own poli
Senator McLuurln retired from the
face after the chilly rccoptlon his can
didacy mol with at the hands of the
?lease conforouco hold here during
fair week, hut It. would not surprise
those in touch with affairs if the Sen
ator would 1'OCOIlHldcr and re-enter the j
iraee. if he comes back In and the
Blease organization would swing
around to him it will add confusion to
the til ready chaotic outlook in next
year's gubernatorial race.
Friends of Major John (!. Richards,]
.fr., the chairman of the railroad com-)
emission and candidate for governor,
?profess to feel confident at tho wayl
mattors aro developing in tho race forj
governor and state that they believe
[Major Richards is gathering strength.]
This same view is taken by practically
all of the candidates and the Held Is I
c lil! Open foi guess and speculation.
NEWS FROM JONES.
Jones, s. c. Nov. id. We recently
one! the following friends Messrs j, T
Medlock of Greenwood, W. It. Illchoy,]
Si;\, and TIlOS. Hurts of 1.aureus,
Mendoze lliggins of Cokosbury, F, I.
lira inlet t of McCormlck and Alfred
Bnyder of Oeorgla.
Miss Lucy (Hardy, the accomplished
daughter of Mrs. Lizzie it. Clardy of
DLanrons, was tho'guosl of her cousin,
Mrs. Wllmot Smith at Ware Shoals
Miss Liz/Jo Heeks and Mr. Homer
Itallentinc WOI'O married the L'nd Ill8l
"I?.:V. .!. 0. Martin ol'lclatlng. Mlsst
(Decks is (|ltlte a favorite nuiong the
younger sul and will be greatly miss
do by her friends. The groomsman
is to be congratulated on winning such
u < harming bride.
Mrs. <!. ('. (Irahaiu and school ai
itended the fair al Greenwood Friday.
*W. T, Janes, Jr., also carried lib
school ( Rlloy) down.
The friends of Mr. Walt Johnson
?will be pained to hear of his death
ion the Sth inst. We tenderly sym
pathize with the bereave,! family.
?Rev. R, F, Morris, pastor of Prince
Ion Circuit has endeared himself to all
?>f our people and we hope Conference
will return him to us for nnothor
Anyone desiring to find a location
for a saw mill can write or see Dr.
W. T. Jones.
Wo are indebted to the following;
friends: Win, Ooldon, T. j. fUtcham,
Clarence Martin. Lailgdoil Poland.
Broad US and, Luther Cooper. \V. C,
Cold), Jones and Calvin Culbortsoil,
P. B. Boland and many others for ro
ICOItt kind favors.
1 Ol IM! BILIOUS V.MI
Sick llcailaehc. Bad Breath, Sour
StoilUiehe, Means Li\- <- ami bowels
Clogged Clean I p iilgllf.
(let i? 10-eenl box now.
FHirred Tongue, Had Taste. Indiges
tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
caches come from a torpid liver and
Clogged bowels, which cause your
Btdniach to become lllled with undi
gested food, which sours/and ferments
like garbage in a swillybarrol. That's
tho Bist step to lintOld misery indi
gestion, foul gases; bad breath, yellow
ekln, mental fears, everything Hint Is
horrible and nauseating. A Cascarol
tonight will give your constipated
bowels a thorough cleansing and
straighten you out by morning. They
?work while vou sleep a 10-CCUl box
from your druggist will keep you
feiding good for months. Millions of
mien and women take a Cascarel now
and then to keep their stomach, liver
mud bowels regulated, and never know
n miserable moment. Don't forgol the
children their little Insldes need ;i
ftnoil, gentle idealising, too.
Stop That Itch!
I will guarantee you to ?top that itch In two
No remedy that T have over sold for
Xossema, I'.sorinslH, ?ml all other disease*
of tho Hkln has given more thorough
?atlBfactlon than tho
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l guarantee this remedy.
LACHENS DRUG CO.
i Laurens? 8. C.
Adds Fertility to the Soil?Yields
Three to Four Crops of Hay
Each Year in the Corn Belt.
EXCELS EVERY OTHER CROP
The Introduction of Alfalfa as a Gen
?ml Farm Crop In the United States
Will Revolutionize Agriculture?
Means More Live Stock, Better
Poll and Larger Returns From
the Crop-. That Follow.
By PROF. P. G. HOLDEN, Director
Agricultural Extension Department
International Harvester Co. of New
Alfalfa Should be Grown
on Every Farm
1. It is a profitable crop.
2. Increases farm values.
3. Excels every other crop
In yield per acre
In feeding value
As a drouth resister
As a soil curichcr.
4. No harder to grow than clover.
5. Make a beginning?start now
grow some alfalfa.
Repeated experiments made by tho
agricultural colleges, and the rcBulta
obtained by the actual growers of al
falfa in the Boml-arid sections of the
west, throughout the corn belt atatos,
and In tho south and cast, aro conclu
sive evldenco of tho great valuo of
There are few farmers whoso profits
would not bo Increased greatly by rais
ing alfalfa. Every farmer should aim
to produce, as far as possible, his
foodstuffs upon bis own farm.
During tho last few years, the area
devoted to alfalfa has greatly in
creased In the region west of tho Mis
souri river, and il is certain that
there will be an equally rapid In
crease throughout tho eastern and
southern parts of the United States.
Many of tho attempts in tho past
to grow alfalfa in tho humid regions
have failed, but with our present
knowledge of tho requirements of tho
crop there will be little, if any, nioro
trouble in securing a stand.
Alfalfa will soon be grown abun
dantly and profitably upon every farm.
It Is no more diflleult to grow than
clover and gives double the yield, Tho
deep rooting habit of alfalfa' enables
it to resist drouth when clover, tim
othy, blue grass and other forage
grasses die for want of moisture. Al
falfa roots grow deep into the soil?
far beyond the roots of other plants.
Its drouth resisting power is of no
greater importance than its great
value as a soil enricher. The long
roots bring phosphorus, potash and
other plant foods from below and
store them In the upper soil for the
use of other plants. Experiments show
greatly increased yields of other crops
grown upon alfalfa sod.
Alfalfa is rich in protein the most
essential element in feed to make
bone, blood and musclo In growing ani
Why We Need Alfalfa.
There is no combination of feeds
so economical for the production of
beef, pork, mutton, butter and eggs,
as corn and alfalfa. Neither will givo
the best results alone. We need alfal- '
fa because it balances up the com
ration and saves tho largo waste of
Btarch which always takes place
where corn Is fed alone. We need
alfalfa because we can by means of it
grow on our own farms the protein
more profitably than we can buy it in
feed stuffs. We need alfalfa bceauso
it feeds tho soil anil enables us to
grow larger crops of corn ami oats.
We need alfalfa because It produces
on an average double the feed valuo
per aero of clover or any other forage
Advisable to Inoculate.
In regions where alfalfa has not
been grown It is found to bo neces
sary to inoculate the ground by sow
ing tbreo or four bags of soil secured
from a held where alfalfa or sweet
clover lias been grown for a
number of years; or where it
is moro convenient, artificial cul
ture, such as "nltragln," "farmo
gorm," etc., may be applied. Where
alfalfa has not been grown beforo It
may make the difference between suc
cess and failure.
A well prepared, firm, solid seed
bed, plenty of good barnyard manure,
and fallow to kill the weeds, aro most
Important. Lime? Yes, one to two
loadfl per acre, and by all means in
oculate. Ground too wet for corn is
not suited for alfalfa.
Make a Beginning?Start Now.
Every farmer should try at least
a small piece of alfalfa and if he
does not succeed at first, try
ngaln and keep on tryiug until ho does
succeed. It is worth tho while. It
the work Is thoroughly done and at
tho proper timo, you will most cer
tainly succeed in i ?curing a good'
stand; if the work is half dono and
,out of season, you will just as cer
tainly fail. Make a beginning?start
jt the Day
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to health and beauty. But it
makes getting up in the morning a chilly ordeal.
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in comfort on the coldest day. i
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and much cleaner and more convenient.
It is a handsome heater, too. Ask your dealer to show
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Hi t ween Greenville, Anderson
Greenwood. Bffec/ivo Sunday,
tomber 7th, 1913./ Trains leave
arrive Main Street Terminal.
7:35 A. M.
Tickets on sale G. S. & A. Terminal
104 North Main street.
C. S. Allen,
(Jen. Pass. Agent.
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SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
BUY LAND AND SAVE RENT!
Some More of These^Leak Bargains in Real Estate Houses and Lots
11-1 acres of land, a six room house,
with two barns and other buildings,
at tho Watts Mills. Trice $1,S00.
CG acre.--, of land, four rootol dwell
ing and good outbuilding, in Sullivan
township, bounded by lands'of C. R.
Thompson, estate of w. P. Bagwell,
M. L. Check and .1. C. Milfonl. Price
The outfit of he barber shop at the
King Hotel, con istlng of two chairs,
beautiful mirror, including all other
furniture and fixture.. Price $360.
221 acres, near Ware Shoals, good
improvement, known as tho Rivers
land. Prices made right.
CO acres of land, with two dwellings,
l>oun<l by lands of Pranks Griffin, Live
ly Hunter and others. Prlco $3,000.
40 acres of land, bound by lands of
Homer Armstrong, J. A. MeHraerty and
othors. Price $1,800.
87 acres of land, in one mile of
Parksdale Station, nicely located, good
buildings and in high state of culti
vation, a model farm. Price $55 per
Eight room dwelling, good improved
out-building, in tho town of Gray
Three lots at tho Watts Mills, nice
ly located, fronting North Harper
street. See mo for prices.
Ono four room cottage, in town of
Gray Court, built 1912, finished com
plete, with a half acre lot. $600.
If you do not find what you want
in tho list, call on mo for further in
formation. I am always in touch with
parties wanting to sell or buy.
I Can Secure Loans and Make Advances on Real Estate
J. N. LEAK
GRAY COURT, S. C.
The Man That Divides the Earth to Suit Your Purse."
Tue Book? of lue County Treasurer
will, be opened for the collection of
State, County anJ emmutation Road
Taxes for fiscal yoir, 1913, at the
Treasurer's Olllco from October 15th.
to December 31st, 1!))2. After Decem
ber 31st. one per cent will be added.'
After January 31st, two per cent will
bo plded, and after February 28th,
sevo i per cent, will be added till the
16th vluy of March, 1914, when the
books will be closed."
All persons owning property in niorc
than one Township are requested to
call for receipts In each of the several
Townships in which the property is
located. This is Important, as addition
al cost and penalty may be attached.
All able-bodied male citizens be
tween tlic ages of 21 and CO years of
age are liable to pay s. poll tax of $1.00
except old soldiers, who are exempt at
50 years of age. Commutation Road
Tax $1.50 in lieu of road duty.
The Tax levy is as follows:
For State purposes.5V4 mills
For Constitutional School Tax 3 mills
For Ordinary County purposes 3 mills
For Interest on Railroad Bonds 1 mill
For Road and Brldga Bonds 3 in ills
For Court House Bonds .. . .1% mlMs
For Special School Tax .. ..1 mill
Special Schools--Laurens Township.
Laurens No. 11.7 mills
Trinity Bidge No. 1.8?? nvills
Maddens No. 2 .. ,.4 mills
Narnie No. 3.5 mills
Baileys No. 4.2 milts
Mills No. 5.,.2 mills
Oak Grove No. 6 ..2 (mills
Ora No. 12.4 mills
Special Schools?Youngs Township.
Youngs No. 3.2 mills
Youngs No. 2.4 mills
Youngs No. 4.4 mills
Youngs No. 5.4 mills
Fountain Inn No. 3B.11 mills
Lanford No. 10.6V& mills
Ora No. 12.4 mills
Youngs No. 1.3 mills
Central No. 6. . . .2 mills
Special Schools?Dijls Township.
Green Fond No. 1 .. .. .4 mills
Dials No. 2.3 mills
Shiloh No. 3.4 miUs
Gray Court-0wings Nr.. 5 .. ..4 mills
Barksdale No. 6.5 mi Us
Dials Church No. 7.2 mills
Fountain Inn No. 3B.11 mills
Merna No. S.2 mills
Dials No. 1.1 mills
Special Schools?Sull'.van Township.
Mt. Bethel No. 2.3 mills
Princeton No. l.4 mills
Poplar Springs No. 3.4 mills
Rabun No. I.8V6 mills
Hendersonvdlle No. 5.8V6 mills
Friendship No. 0.7 mills
Brewerton No. 7.3 mills
Sullivan Township R. It. Bonds 1 mills
Merna No. 8.2 mills
special ejciioois-?waicrioo lownsnip.
Waterloo No. 1 l.1 mills
Mt. Gallagher No. 1.3 mills
Bethlehem No. 2.2 mills
IDkom No. 3.t mills
Centerpoint No. 1 ...2 mills
Oakvlllo No. 5.3 mills
y.t. Pleasant No. u.2 mills
Mt. Olive No. 7.5 mills
Re.-dy drove No. 8.2 mills
Special Schools?Cross Hill Township
Cross Hill No. 13.C> mills
Cross 11111 No. 1.2 mills
Cross Hill No. 2.2 mills
Cross Hill No. I.2 mills
Cross Hill No. 5.I mills
Cross I till No. 6.2 mills
Cross Hill No. 3.2 mills
Special Schools?Hunter Township.
Mountville No. 16 .. ...9 mills
Hunter No. 2.1 mills
Hunter No. 3.2 mills
Clinton No. 5.6 mills
Hunter No. 8.3 mills
Wadsworth No. 1.2 mills
Hunter No. 1.. .2 mills
Special Schools?Jacks Township.
Odells No. 6..3 mills
Hurricane No. 15.3 mills
Shady drove No. 2.:: mills
Jacks No. 3.5 mills
>pceial Schools?Scuflletown Township
L?ngsten Church No. 3.3 mills
Scuflletown No. 1 .2 mills
I.an ford No. 10.GV> millfi
Ora No. 12.4 mills
Scuflletown No. 2.I mills
Scuflletown No. 4.4 mills
Prompt attention will be given those
who wish to pay their Taxes through
tho mall by check, money order, etc.
Persons sending in lists of names to
be taken off are. requested to sond
them early; and give the Township of
each, as the Treasurer Is very busy
during the month of December.
ROSS I). YOUNG,
September 17, 1913.?td.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank !tinkling
, Laurens, S. C.
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