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It will remove all annoyance and vexation at
the time of choosing
For your friends and dear ones. Whether it be
in line of?
We can suit every taste and every purse.
It is better that your orders reach us early I
while the Holiday Stock is still plentiful
in variety and designs.
I James Allan & Company ?
X ' Charleston, S. C. <^>
<I> For 58 Years the Leading Jewelers in the State <|>
McCRADY BROS. & CHEVES, Inc.
Engineers and Contractors
Special Attention Given Land Surveys.
Laurens, S. C.
Hunk of LnuroiiN iiuiiuinu
Charleston, S. C,
People'* Office BuIMIiir
The demnml in this department lias exhausted ninny sizes
in special numbers bul tin stock is again replenished far
Ladies' I'nioii Suits together <?r separate pieces per suit 50r
Ladies' Union Suits, extra quality, at the mit.$1.00
Ladies' all-wool white or scarlet, at a suit.$2.00
Children's Union Suits, all sixes at .25r
Infant's rappers at ?steh.15r
Men's white ribbod heavy flcee* suits at.$1.00
Also in wool, scarlet or white, til the suit.$2.00
Hoy's extra heavy Union Suits tot.65r
Ladies' wool Sweaters from.$2.00 upward
Misses' Sweaters at.$1.50
Children's Sweaters av.60c
Ladies' wool Aviation Caps at.50c
Children's Unit wool Jackets at .50e
A complete line of Ladies' Scarfs and Shawls in all colors
Wool and heavy fleece cotton Hosiery.
Wool Cloves Wool Mitts Everything to make comfortable
during the winter months at
FOR FIVE YEARS
Majority oi Friends Thought Mr.
Hughes Would Die, But
One Helped Him to
Pomeroytoa, Ky.?In interesting ad
vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes
writes as follows: "1 was down with
stomach trouble for five (5) years, and
would have sick headache so bad, at
times, that I thought surely I would die.
I tried different treatments, but they
did not seem to do nie any good.
I got so bad, I could not cat or sleep,
and all my friends, except one, thought I
would die. He advised tue lo try
Thcdford's Hlack-Drattght, and quit
taking oiher medicines. 1 decided to
take his advice, although I did not have
any confidence in it.
I have now been taking Black-Draught
for three months, and it has cured me?
haven't had those awful sick headaches
since I began using it.
1 am so thankful for what BlAck
Draught has done for me."
Thcdford's Black-Draught has been
found a very valuable medicine for de
rangements of the stomach and liver. It
is composed of pure, vegetable herbs,
contains no dangerous ingredients, and
acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely
used by young and old, and should be
kept in every family chest.
Get a package today.
Only a quarter.
4IN FLORIDA LANDS
Grand Jury indicts Sales Company Of
jeers. Hadley Claims Any Mislead
iir.' Is Due to Federal Oflieers.
Kansls City, Mo., Nov. 20.?Eight
officials and agents of the Florida
Fruit Lands company were indicted
by the federal grand jury here today
on a charge of conspiracy to use the
mails to defraud In connection with
the sale of 180,000 acre- of land in
the Everglades district of Florida to
12,000 purchasers In various States.
Those named In tho Indictment
are Richard J. Holies, Jacksonville,
Fla.; George A. Paddock, Chicago;
Jesse L. Bllllngsly, Jacksonville. Fla.,
and John Mathows, J. H. Martin, It.
J, M?rders. Edward C. Chambers and
A. 1). Hart or Kansas City. Each was
Indicted on 21 counts.
"It' my clients have misrepresented
the lands they are Belling it was be
cause they were misled by officials of
tho Stale of Florida, and Officials of
the United Slates department of agri
culture," Herbert S. Hadley, attorney
for Martin and M?rders, tonight de
Judge A. S. Van Valkenburgh fixed
bond at $5,000 each, which Borders
and Martin gave. The other Indicted
men were not present. Mr. Hadley
said he would enter pleas for his
clients In 20 days and tho trials will
be held at the spring term of court.
The Florida Fruit Lands company,
organized four years ago by H. J.
Moiles or Jacksonville, Fla., is said to
control nearly aOO.OOO acres of land
in the Everglades, It is alleged that
IS0.000 acres were placed In the
hands of Robert J. Martin and
Joseph H. Morders, sales agents In
Kansas City, and by them sold in
small tracts to 12,000 persons, mostly
in Kansas City and adjoining terri
The grand jury investigation was
undertaken two weeks ago at the be
hest of small purchasers who were
dissatisfied with drainage conditions
on their tracts. It was said that more
than $2,.,000 was Involved In the
sales conti.acts and that more than
$200,000 already 'had been paid to
McLaurin Proposes Heavy Tax on In
terstate i radio. Would Itemed) Kvlls,
New York, Nov. IS. Kx-Sena to;
John !.. McLaurin Of South Carolina,
proposed a plan for ending objection
able gambling in cotton futures, In an
address today to a committee from
the New Vorl. cotton exchange which
is considering changes in the rules
to meet criticism directed against
present methods. Mr. McLaurin said
the failure of congress to enact legis
lation at this session imposing a tax
OU dealings in cotton options was due
to the fact that no plan had been de
vised to destroy gambling In con
tracts which does not also involve the
destruction of legitimate business
necessary to keep open such channels
of trade as could not he closed with
out disastrous effects.
Mr. McLaurin said the present sys
tem was objectionable because cotton
prices made on the New YoTk ex
change were based upon the supply
of cotton in New York warehouses.
As this stock of cotton is only a com
paratively small part of the total, he
said, it was possible for speculators to
manipulate prices for gambling "pur
poses In a day which would otherwise
not be possible.
Under present methods, contracts
made on the New York exchange, call
for delivery of warehouse receipts
for cotton stored In New York ware
houses. Mr. McLaurin suggested
that the plan for n tax on cotton op
tions which was considered recently
by congress he amended to provide
for a heavy tax on all contracts made
through all exchanges In the United
States provided that cotton delivered
in the State in which it is grown be
exempt from the tax.
"What would you do then?" he
said. "Your New York stock of cot
ton would be absolutely valueless for
the purpose of Inflating or depressing
prices. You could not afford to de
liver cotton except in the South. Why
should not the great New York ex
change get In the van and lead this
progressive! .movement, instead of
being driven by a congressional lash."
Nearly Every Child Has Worms.
Paleness, at times a flushed face,
unnatural hunger, picking tho nose,
great thirst, etc., are indications of
worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer Is a
reliable, thorough medicine for the re
moval of all kinds of worms from
children and adults. Kickapoo Worm
Kiler in pleasant candy fonin, aids di
gestion, tones system, overcoming
constipation and Increasing tho no
ItOn of the liver. Is perfectly safe for
even the most delicate 'children. Kick
apoo Worm Killer makes children hap
py and healthy. 26c*. 'Guaranteed.
Try It. Drug stores or by mall. Kick
apoo Indian Medicine Co., Phlladol
1 phla and St. Louis.
HOLD TOO MUCH
Their Control of Water Power De
nounced. Would Check it Now,
Washington, Nov. op.?Monopolistic
control of water power in private
hands today was denounced by the
National Conservation congress which
adjourned here? late today. Accom
panying th' denunciation was a dec
laration that no water power rights
owned by the public ever should be
removed from public ownership.
The climax of the water power
light, which had agitated the congress
for several days, came after the com
imittce on resolutions to which had
been referred divergent reports from
the waterways committee submitted
that the matter had been taken from
its hands yesterday by action of the
convention in adopting general prin
ciples upon which the waterways com
mittee agreed. No mention of the
majority or minority reports, which
differed as to State and federal con
trol of water power projects, was
made in the resolutions committee's
When (the report had been read
Gilford Pinchot, former chief forester
Of the United States, moved as an
amendment, a declaration of princi
ples on waterway control similar to
the Ideas In the minority report slgn
'ed by himself, H. L. Stlmson, former
secretary of war, and Joseph N. Teal
Of Oregon. His amendment was adopt
ed by a vote of :U7 to 96.
Don't Dope a I'unjf Child.
Parents?don't give th: t puny, ail
ing, under-welght child any oi' those
so-called "tonics" containing alcohol
or dangerous drugs; such stuff won't
give relief and health to grown peo
ple, let alone children. |ta purpose is
to stimulate for a short time after
eacdi dose, Just as whiskey or morphine
does, thus mukiiiB you believe it is do
ing real good.
Give that child something that will
really build it up--replenish the wast
ed tissues--'' ? the stunted, dwarf
ed, puny muscles? make it lively,
strong, well?full of the animal spirits
children are meant by nature to havo.
Give it Rexall Olive Oil Kmulsion.
Rexall Olive Oil Kmulsion is whole
some, nourishing, free from alcohol
and dangerous drugs. It's tho Ideal
nerve, blood and body builder. It does
the work it is planned to do better
than any other medicine we know of,
and our faith In it is so great that we
not only urge you to use it and give
it to your children? but we guarantee
that it will do all we say it will, or
co.-.t you nothing.
Roxall Olive Oil Kmulsion should be
Riven to children who catch cold easi
ly. Begin right now, and use it to
build up the child's syst<*.n to such
strong health that it can resist colds,
croup, grippe, bronchitis, catarrh,
pneumonia, all other cold weather dis
eases. You who are weak and run
down, and you who are well now, but
are liable fo suffer from various cold
weather ailments, use Rexnll Olive Oil
Kmulsion to -t and keep well and
strong. For the tired-out. run-down,
nervous, emaciated or debilitated
the convalescing?growing children ?
aged people?it is a sensible aid to
renewed strength, better spirits, glow
Rexnll Olive Oil Kmulsion ?king of
the celebrated Rexall Remedies?is for
freedom from sickness of you and your
family. You'll be as enthusiast ic about
it as we are when you have noted Us
pleasant taste, its strengthening, in
vigorating, building-up. dlseaso-pre
prev'entlng effects, if it does not help
yon, your money will be given back to
you and your family. You'll be as en
thusiastic about It as we are when
you have noted its plen8ant taste, its
strengthening, Invigorating, building
up, disease-preventing effects, if it
does not help you, your money will
be given back to you without argu
ment. Fold in this community only at
our store?The Rexall Store?one of
imore than 7,000 leading drug stores In
the United States. Canada and Croat
Britain.?The Laurens Drug Co.. \0'.\
"W. Main St.. Todd Hloek, Laurens. S. C.
One, Two and Three
Laurens, S. C.
* ' ' " III (. I'
YOUR ~. -
MONEY IS A - i
WHEN ALL ELSE
DESERT YOU IT IS THERE.
HAVE IT SAFE IN THE BANK
There are lots of friends who will assure you of their
friendship but who will have another engagement when
you need them badly. YOUR MONEY if it is SAFE and
GROWING in our bank will never forsake you. It is a
comfortable feeling to know you have it there for any
emergency or BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. If you
make ONE DEPOSIT you have a start and you will
soon have it looking big.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
We pay interest !n Savings Department.
N. B. DIAL, Pres
G. H. ROPER, Gashier
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VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
71 acres of land just north of business centre of City of Lau
rcns, within corporate limits, short distance from City School prop
erty. One tenant bouse and stable. 2."> acres in cultivation, bal
ance splendid original forest?exceptionally line land?susceptible
of development into residence Jots. Price very reasonable. C. 1).
Ilarksdnle, as Executor.
:i:i acres of land adjoining that described in above ad., but nearer
to City School property and business portion of City.. Same char
acter of land?15 acres in cultivation, most of balance line original
forot. One it-room tenant house, carriage house and barn. Well
of line water. This is the finest property in the City limits. Price
glich as to make it, as well as the property described in above ad.,
the best investment on the market.
People who wish bargains in real estate or to Invest for profits
will do well to confer with me promptly.
C. D. Barksdale
LAURENS, S. C.
? r= AND-?
Have your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by
men who know how. You'll find them here at
E. V. FERGUSON
Over H. Terry's Store Laurens, South Carolina