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King of Externals
Stands supreme under
every test. Feel se
cure, keep Gowans in
the homie. Gowains al
ways conquers Croup
and Pneumonia and
your doctor assents.
Gowana Preparation was used on
miy child when it was le'ra tely
ill with Pneumonia. Ihmmediately
alter tim second naplientim may
phyilcian called aw Alnding so
great an improvement ordered its
cont inuance. The child recovered
024 Last St. Alle-gheny, Pan.
BUY TO-DAY! HAVE IT IN THE HOME
All Drugiaas. $1. 50o. 25o.
COWAN MEDICAL CO..... . , , .
learansed, and rmony refunded by your Druggist
The Laurens Floral Company has
been formed to grow and sell cut and
pot flowers. Until hothouses, etc., can
be built and plants grown, arrange
nents have been made to supply the
trade from elsewhere. For the pros
ot, all orders will be filled if left at
Powe Drug Company.
Cut Flowers, Pot Flowers, Wedding
Designs, etc. Poinsettias a Specialty.
Holly Leaves for sale.
Flowers on Display at
Powe Drug Co.
or Phone 181 or 280
Laurens Floral Co.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
eave you overwored your nervous sys
temn and caused trouble with yorrr kid.
neys and bladder? Have you pains in
loins, side, back and bladder? have you
a flabby appearance of the face, and un
der the eyes'' A frequent desire to pass
urine? If so, ANVilliannn Kidney Pills will
nure you-Druggist, 1'rlce Oc.
WLLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland. Ohb
LAUItENS DRlJU 00.
Taurene, S. C.
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hours, day or night.
LAURENS, S. C.
OLD AUTO TIRES!
I buy worn out alttomobile tires at
Always in the market for Hides,
Tallow, Beeswax, ,Scrpp Iron, Scrap
Robber, Metal and 3urlap, and Bur
Write -for Furither Informiation.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Banke Building
Laurens, S. C.
fletween Anderson, Glreenwvood, Green.
ville and Greer, S. C., effective Suln
(liy, December 7th, 1913. Trmainai
leave and arrive cor~ner* Maini and
No. TIme No. 'Time
1! 6:00 A. M. 2 8:10 A. M.
8 7:50 A. M. 4 10:10 A. M.
i 10:00 A. M. 6 .12:25 P. M.
7 11:40 A. M. 8 1:4l0 P. M.
9 1:45 P. M. 10 3:55 P. M.
11 4:25 P. M. 12 6:33 P. M.
16 7:30 P. M. 1 9:40 P. M.
Betwveen (Areenviflle and Greer
No. TIme No. TIme
70 8:20 A. M. 71 7:40 A. M.
72 10:15 A. M. 78 9:55 A. M.
'74 12:30 P. M. 75 11:40 A. M.
78 1:50 P. M. 77 1:45 P. M.
78 3:35 1P. M. 79, 3:15 P. M.
80 0:20 P. M. 81 4:55 P. M.
Tickets on sale 0. 5. &A. Terminal,
104 North Main Street.
C. S. ALLEN,
Gen'i Pass. Agent.
Big Crowd of Temperance Women Ap.
lad llim. Says Underwood Ias
Washington, Dec. 12.-Shattering the
rules of the Ilouse of Representatives,
champoing of prohibition, Who yester
day afternoon packed the gallieries
brokq into repeated outbursts of up
plause and shouted as Representative
Richmond Pearson llobson, of Ala
bamna, pleaded fort a resolution which
would submit a constitutional prohi
bition anendnent to the States.
The extraordinary demonstration
continued unrestrained for many min
utes as Mr. Hlobson proceeded to dis
cuss the prohibition question, and wa
not checked until Mr. Ilobson had
drawn into controversy his colleague,
Representative Underwood, Who now is
engaged with him in a race for the
United States Senatorship from Ala
bama. 'hie injection of personal poli
tics into the situation brought the ma
jority leader to his feet with a reply
to Mr. Hobson and this precipitated
applause from the members on the
Republican Leader Mann at this
point delnranded that the rules of the
Hlouse be observed, and Representative
Moon, of Tennessee, who was in the
chair, admonished the spectators. Quiet
was restored temporarily afttr a voice
from the gallery shouted:
"We're American citizens."
In the course of his speech Mr. Hob
son had said:
"We ought to have our party under
stand now, while the war is on, that
it never was intended for an alliance
with the liquor interests. Yet there
is a great Democrat, a great Alabam
ian, who is present today, who recent
13' announced-at least that is the way
I read in the reports-that if prohi
bition continues to be injected into
Democratic polilics, either prohibition
wou'ld be ground to dust or the Demo
cratic party must die. I take second
place to no man who loves his party,
and let me tell you that if the Demo
cratic party can only live by joining
with liquor interests to debauch the
American people, then, in God's name
let it (lie."
.\r. Iiolsont fltirly shouted tlhse
wards as he reached the climax. With
arms waving and shaking his head ai
'most 'literally in the faces of mem
hers who sat tnr him, including Mr.
Uinderwood, a few feet away, he drew
froit the lacked galleries, prolonged
Cheering ni even the stan ping of feet.
Ilefore the tumul had subsited iteitre
sentative Underwood, who had been
quiel.ly listening, rose .in his place.
(heers and handelapping front I)eimo
cratic and liepublican temtbers onl the
floor greeted hint.
"I witch to say to the gentleman from
.abama," .\1 r. l'nderwood began, "that
I regret exceedingly that in presenting
the petition for the cause of prohibi
tion to the House, ie should have
drawn into his speech) a partial utter
aunce of ninie that mtisinlter'pretedi mty
'remarks. At soe' other time atnd ini
tho proper .place I wIll inttoeiret miy
Mr. H obsoin t'eiedet thtat lie thought
hto hiad been justifIed in his reimarks
a.nd tht he had1( corrtect'ly quoted Mt.
Underwood, sutggesting tint the hiatter'
be gi ven all th le t$ime ite wated to ini
terprtiet his tremarks1( to the hlouse.
Cheers from theo gallery, andti .\r. I 'u
deriwood againi rose.
"'I ant not going -to detaini thtis I louse
nowv," Ito sahid. "'The gentlemain f'rom
Mlahama ha's im'ade a lpartial stat emett
t~htat did( not refleet my views. 1 did(
ntot think tlhat the floor of this 1 louse,
wIth public1 busitess before us, was thte
iproper place for the genitlematn or' my
soef to di'ag our perisontal dlifferences.
I occutpy the ptositiont of the leader of
his~ party in this Iioutsepaind I canntot,
occupiying that poscitin, enigage in a
ptersonal contr'oversy wilth the genttle
tman from Alabamta, as it might wuork
injur'y to tihe par'ty.
"W~hent 'the gentleman attemphts to
inflIct a personial issue here lhe intjutres
his own cause in the estimation of
manyit) of his own pecople. I htope, for'
the bealance of the time tiat t w arie en
gaged in a personial political con flct,
that he will let it he fought ouit in the
flold of politics and~ let us dlevo 0(ur
timo heore to disussslin of publ)1Ic hitsi
ness wvithoutt inijecting inte it Ottri ieri
Ottlierles Break( Out.
A plauso fr'om theo floor followved.
Th'Ien Mir. Ilobison dleclatred thtat the
'pei'sonal issue had blecome a tntinal
qutestion, that the Seinator'ial flghtt in
Alabama wvas such that "the liuquor' In
terests ott one side0 and1 the inor'al for'
ces on the other, -a'hd mtadeo it a nat
Up to this time nto attempjt had been
made by the chair' to r'estrait the en
thttslasm of the galleries, packedl with
delegates to the convention of the An
t.i-Salooni League and the Women's
Christian Temperancee Untion. The
cr'owds extended into long lines ini the
cori'idors outside and ovein those who
could not see, but who could htoar,
inen in a. damntration na hnth nnn1
resentativo Mann and Representative
"The rules of this Iouse," said Mr.
Mann emphatically, "always have been
that there should be no applause from
the galleries. Those in the galleries
who are making those demonstrations,
as good citizens, should observe that
As Representative Mann pounded for
order, Mr. l 0obson turned to the chair
to ask why, iniasimuch as the members
on the floor had amade "a partisan deml
on-stratlon, the rules cannot be extend
ed to the galleries just tills once?"
Quiet eventually was restored and
Mr. Underwood again spoke.
"I cannot sit here in silence," ho
said, "and allow my colleague to as
sert that I am the candidate of any
Interest without challeng!ng hlis state
ment. I am not, never have been and
do not intend to be the candidate of
the liquor interests. I. never have re
ceived a dollar from the liquor in
terests, nor do 1 intend to receive such.
I have asked the people of my State
to elect mhe on other issues. He may
assert it if lie wishes, but I challenge
his statement that I amn the candidate
of the liquor interests."
TiilE 1 FA h3M1E1tS' SHORlT :OUiE IN
The four weeks winter course in
Agriculture will begin January 13,
1911, and will continue until Febuary
10. All who intend to take this course
should report Monday, .Jan. 12.
It is an established fact that a farm
can no longer be run,successfully .in
the old time hapilazerd fashion.
Sciene and brains applied to farming
so increase the yield and improve its
quality as to -make sdin'e knowledge
of scientifle farming essential to the
successful farmer of today. While it
Is realized that the four year course
is none too long to give a boy a foun
dation which will insure success in
farming, .it is clearly seen that there
are many practical farmers who have
neither the timge nor the means to de
vote four year; in the College course,
and w-ho would be greatly beneflited by
iL few weeks spent at the College. It
is to meet such a demand that Clemson
'College offers this short course of four
weeks. The work will be extremely
practical. Lectures will be given on
cotton growing and. cotton grading;
rotat.on of crops; production of grass
es and forage crops; the breeding and
feeding of live stock; dairying; ferti
lizers-their composition, ap1)11 leat lon.
and home mixing; hog cholera nd
the use of hog cholera seru'lm, tick era
diention, control of contagious diseases
---both plant and animal. In addition
to the lectulres, practical worlk will he
given in judging live stock, testing
mi111k, butter makting, b udding and
graf'ting, the nmaking of cuttings, lay
ing off the oreli1rds ad1 vineyards,
the plan1111g., 'Ii I'llninmg, a11d treatmient
of it'll it trees, viles, vines,1and ornamental
shrulbbery, the growing of V'egetables,
and the construetoii of cold frames
an1idi hot beds. These courses will be
supplemented with special illustrated
1lectut es~ giveil diurinig the even igs hy
miemblers of the tealchinig staff and .will
iue 1 tal ks and11 discu lssionis of p1 lnt
diseases, injulrlous insects and mtethods
of contr'olIlig them11, Ilan'mt. breedinhg,
50e(d selection, gulleyinig and its ipre
Vention, of terracnug, roadl making etc.
Th Is course is open1 to all farmers
anid farmers' sonis of South Carml ina.
There are no'01 enltrac re11 qui(reameints
Cep'lt a desire Onl the pa4rt of those
(nt1rin'dg to incr lealse thieir kncmowl edge
of farm11 opierations and1( farmI mianage
mfenlt. The only d'expenes will be rail
way fare and11 tenl iolars ($10) for
r0011 and~ boa-rd.
If mlor'e iniformna thon is desi1red, wvrite
to tile director of thec Agricultura'l D~e
partt1uent, C'lemson, S. C.
Uniless Properly Tlrented Wit h Iiyomnei
Thiis Disease'i May) Her(omeI Seriouis.
If you have catarrh, inIditented by
snillin11g, stoppled up head, dIropipings
Ill tile thiroalt and~ mlornintg choking,
thlere is aini irritated statte of thle mu
COuts miembr~tane whiichi affords ani ideal1
(oniditionl for the growth of dlisease
'Do not. allow thes'e dangerous germs
to beginl the des1tucItin of your I
Tlhe easi~est, stimlest, qictkest, sur
est 4andt cheapest way to eheek catarrh'i
is by breathing I lyonhoi. This wvonder
fuil medicnted a15ir treatmen01t does0 not.
IIpset the stomache, lbuit is breathetud in
tllhrough the I lyomiel 11nh1alerm, dirlectly
following 'and suirly destroyling all
disense germs that may13 have been
inhlaledl-thie tissues of thle throat,
none1 and liugs are0 quickly hiealed and
Money refunded by the TLaur ens
D~rug Co. to anyone whlom I 1yomei
fails to benef~it. A comleilte Ouitit costs
Christmnas loliday 1tates.
The Charl'eston & WVester'n Carolina
Rly. will Bell cheap Excurision tickets
account of the holidays. -Tieliets on
sale Decc. 17 to 25, 31, 1913. and JTan.
1, 1914. Final limit .Jan. 6, 1914. For
rates etc, apply to ticket agent or,
General Passenger Agent.
Furnitnure suitable for' Holiday Gifts
in all the latest finishes and wvoods
at pricos to please you.
S. M. & E. HI. Wilkes & Co.
jSu gar Below CostS
Saturday, Dec. 20th. 1
Twenty-five Pound Sack of Franklin Sugar for
$1.915 Cash 0"'Y
* ONLY ONE SACK TO A CUSTOMER
* This is a Standard brand of Sugar that we selling
g Below Cost as a Special for One Day Only.
* Buy your Sugar now for Christmas.
The Best for Christmas a
In the way of Groceries can be had here---the purest, *
* freshest and cleanest line of good things to eat to be -
* Apples, Oranges, 0
* Raisins, Crackers, 0
* Bananas, Brazil Nuts 0
S Large Pecans, English Walnuts, 0
* Canned Apricots, Canned Pineapple.
*- AND EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
i Notice! Mr. Jim Moore has accepted a position as salesman for
? Dial Company and will be glad to welcome his friends here.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
123 acres, four miles east of L.aurens Court House on
Clinton road, well improved at a baraiiin. Terms easy.
J. W. Moore Place, nealr Mt. Pleasant, 75 acres at
$20.00 per acre.
The Coleman Place, six miles vest of Lauirens, 125
Iacres at a bargain.'
Dorro Place, near Boyd's Mill, 22(0 acres at $12.50
Jno.Clardy Place,near Mt. Olive, 165 acres, 810 an acre.
45 acres one and one-half miles South-east of Lirens,
$45.00 per acre.
One house and lot near the Laurens Cotton Mill School
building at $1,000.00.
1,000 acres, three miles West of W atel1oo, in several
tracts, at a bargain.
The Dr. Duvall Farim on Pea Ridge, 10 acres and
spleidid improvements, well located as to Schools, churches
an(1 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 Brown
Farm. A bargain.
Laurens Trust Company
R. A. COOPER, President. C. W. TUNE, Sec. & Treas.
Anderson & Blakeley, Managers Real Estate Sales.
LAURENS, S. C.