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On and after TO-DAY, days of grace are
abolished. A new law. Please note.
Are You Using Nitragin?
Your neighbors are using it and they say it increases
the yield of the crop to which it is applied, from 25 to 100
per cent. Besides this it causes that crop to store in each
acre of ground from 100 to 200 pounds of pure nitrogen
for the benefit of the next crop. Nitrogen in commer
cial fertilizers costs YOU about 20 cents a pound. Use
Nitragin and you get it FREE from the air. Apply it to
all your Peas, Beans and other pod bearing or legume
crops. Can you afford to pay 20 cents a pound for Nitro
gen when your neighbor gets it FREE?
Full information gladly given.
R. C. McLEES, Clinton, S. C.
J. S. MACHEN
Real Estate Laurens, S. C.
City and Surburban Property and Farm Land.
One new seven room collage near Watts i\Iill.
One four room house with four lots included, near Watts
Mill for twelve hundred and fifty dollars for quick sale. House
and lot cost more than price asked. Reason for selling, party
owning moved to lower part of the state.
31-4 acres on Farley Avenue.
2 acres on Farley Avenue, a bargain in both of these lots.
Good building sights.
One two story house, well constructed of best material on
One small store room and good1 size lot on corner Fleming
and \lills streets for $600.00 cash.
One two story brick building on East Main street with fine
shade trees. In goodI neighborhood. This place can be bought
for $3,000.00. Tlhe buildings on this lot worth the money.
100 acres farm lhmd with necessary buildings in two miles
of Princeton at $20.00 an aere.
100 acres four miles s'muthI of Lauirens near New Prospect ;
school. This is a good farm. Price $2500.00.
34:3 acres near Clinton. This is a fine proposition for mak- A
ing some money.
50 acres fine farming land just outside city limits at $65
65 acres near Barksdale Station.
110 acres in two miles of Ora for $2500.00. Lands adjoining
sell for forty and fifty dlollars per acre.
One acre and 6-room house on East Main St., near Min
eral1Spring at $3,000.
One 8-room house on Laurel St., at $2,500.
One 8-room house on L~aurens St., at $2,500.
One 15-room house on South IiIlarper St., niear the square.
146 acre farm near Trinity Ridge school. Fine neighbor
hood and best school advantages for the man who huya this
* 30 acres in half mile of eityv limits at $55.00 per acre.
Are The Cheapest and Th Best
We always have on hand a stoeko of home-made wagon and
plow simgletrees, one and two horse plowv beams, doubletrees
and any wagon repairs you may need.
* Buggy tops r'ecovered and repaired on short notice. Don'tS
0throw the 01(d top away, we can fix it as goodl as newv.
: W. B. BRAMLETT'S SONS:e
* ~ Wood Work and Blacksmithing 0
* Horseshoeing a Specialty
' NEWS FROM JONES. *
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Jones, March 23.-Though some
what late, we wish to add our tribute
of respect to the memory of our lai
ented friend Dr. L. L. Connor. We
never knew a more perfect gentle
man. lie was an affectionate hus
band, indulgent father, warm heart
ed friend, staunch patroit, eminent
physician, and honorable gentleman.
:very movement that had for Its ob
ject the promotion of the moral, edu
cational, social and political welfare
of his town invariably received his
wiarIm and hearty support. He was
our whrm freind and we tenderly
sympathise with the bereaved family.
It was our good fortune 'td attend
the Laurens Missionary meeting at
Walnut Grove on 3rd Sunday and hear
able addresses by llon.N. .1. Gaines
and Messrs. H-. L. Watson and Dowl
hing of Greenwood.
Mr. Jas. Mc Combs our very effl
cient supervisor was in our midst
recently looking after our roads.
Beacham and Riley's store was re
cently robbed. Unable to determine
amount of loss and no clue as to the
Mr. Wesley Aloorrison, of Anderson,
visited his parents, ion, and Mrs.
.1. Frank Morrison last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mabry visited rel
atives in Laurens lat week.
'T'here will be a regular communi
ration of Bremerton Lodge No. 183,
A. F. Al. at Daniel's Hall on Satur
day the 28th at 2 p. m. There will be
work in the F. C. and M. M. degrees.
Mlembers are urged to attend and
visiting brothren will be cordially
ar. Samuel Rasor of Mountville,
was here last week looking after his
The school had a very interesting
"spelling match" last Friday after
noon and those standing last were
Miss Myrtle Dunlap and Mr. Jones
Prof. J. C. Cork, of Rock 1Hill, ac
companied by his brother, Jas. 'Cork,
paid us a short but highly appreciated
call a few days ago.
Our teacher, Mars. (.. L. Graham at
ttended the tble address of Dr. Sny
der. She also attended the State teach
er's meeting in Spartanburg and had
a very pleasant and profitable visit
The friends of Mr. Curtis Hitch will
be pained to learn that he passed
away recently at a cotton mill in
Greenwood. Mr. liitch was reared
near Poplar Springs church, Laurens
county, and was a splendid citizen.
We sympathize with the bereaved fam
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oulla paid us
a pleasant visit Sunday
While in Ekon a few days ago we
met 'Dr. Cooper, Judge Walker, Messrs
Thos. Burts, Calvin Culbertson, Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Boyd and several other
We were sorry to see in yesterday's
State that lion. Pringle T. Youmans,
of C'olumnbia, wvas killed Saturday
night by being run over by an auto
Stubborn, Annoyingr Coughs Cured
"My husband had a cough for fif
teen years and1 my son for eight years.
Dr. King's Newv Discovery completely
cur'ed them, for which I am most
thankful," writes Mrs. Davidl Moore, of
Saginaw, Ala. What Dr. King's New
Discovery did for these men, it will do
for you. Dr. King's New Discovery
should be0 in every home. Stops hack
ing coughs, reliefes la grippe and all
throat and lung ailments. Money back
if it fails. All druggists. Price 50c
1H. E. Buckien & Co.,
Philadeiphia or St. Louis.
RUBE 3MILLER TS
SOM1E CIRCUS CLOWN
lie 3Makes Is Ihit by Is .Joshies Wi1th
Crowd-See Hlim on April 3rd.
Rube Miller' is the producing clown
of the Kit d'arson Biuffalo Ranch Big
Three-Ring Wild West Circus, which
plays at Laurens, after'noon and night
Friday, Aprii 3rd. Rube certainly
hmas his tr'oublles andl his enjoyments,
When the par'ade comes along the
streets at noon April 3rd you wvill
see Rube seated onm a little burro
right behind the fi'st band wagon.
This is where Rube has his happiness.
lie is a big, long, lang Yankee, and
naturally the crowd alw~ys kids Rube
for riding this little 'animal. But
when it comes to J sh)ig Rube is ace
high at that. One o tle recent towns
which the show p1lS ed had enough
childr'en in it to make Teddy Roose
velt think that r'acn suicide had total
ly been extinguished. I~very man on
the line of lpar'ade was holding a b~a
b~y. One great big fellow, with a baby
in his arms, cracked at Rube when he
saw him r'iding b~y: "Say, why don't
you get off and carr'y the little mule?"
Rube shot right back, "I see that
you aire holding your own." The na
tive replied, "Yen, but where is
yours?" Rube said that he was sit
ting on his.
Just ab~out that time the little burro
commenced to bray and Rube imnme
dliately pullled1 out a nursing bottle
and tihe burro, tr'ained to the minute,
quickly grasped the bottle and imbid
ed1 its contents. Then Rube shouted
back at the resident, "Say, I bet that
I am more thoughtful than you are.
You forgot to b'ing your bottle, but
I always carry mine," All Rube got
from thn spectators wna silence,
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Princeton, March ' 32.-Mrs. W. A.
Sharpe, Misses Maude Sharpe, Kiddie
Arnold and Mr. A. W. Sharpe attend
ed services at Rabun Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Morris and chil
dren, Frederica and Frafices are
spending this wook with friends in
Mr. John Bagwell made a business
trip to Honea Path Tuesday.
Mr. B. F. Arnold spent Monday In
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Woods and Miss
Lillian Woods of Honea Path were
Sunday visitors here.
Mr. M. M. Arnold spent Monday in
Dr. Charlie Bolt and J. F. McKenzie
of ionea Path, spent Sunday here.
Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Gambrell and
son "Bill", spent Monday in Honea
Mr. William Arnold spent Saturday
in Honea Path.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Allen and daugh
ter, Helen, of Honea Path, wore visit
ors here Monday.
Mr. Joe Majors of Anderson, was a
business visitor hero Saturday.
Mr. R. B. Arnold, Jr., spent Mon
day In Honea. Path.
Mr. Charles McCuen made a busi
ness trip to Laurens Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Carter have re
turned home after a pleasant visit
with relatives in Honea Path.
Mr. M. -P. Senn and son, Thomas,
spent Saturday in Honea Path.
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* NEWS FROM YOUNGS. *
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Youngs, March 23.-A light snow
fell here Saturday night, but Sunday
the clouds cleared away and the snow
soon melted. This morning plows are
running right along and farmers gen
erally are busy.
Prof. W. B. Wilkie gathered his late
Irish potato crop a few days ago. He
says they are better for early plant
ing than they would have been if tak
en up in the fall-that is they will
sprout sooner now than when dry.
Mr. Wilkie is a Forth Carolinian
who has lived in this section the last
five years and seems to understand
the potato business.
Messrs I~ugene Cox and Tyra Manly
of Clemson college, spent the week
end with home folks.
There was a singing at the home
of Mr. Mills Cox Sunday night. Be
sides those of this community, Mr.
Brooks Burdett and sister, lla, of Lan
ford, were present.
Mrs. Robt. Stewart of Lanford vis
ited her mother, Mrs. M. A. Abercrom
bie one day last week.
Mr. Austin Abercrombie is quite
busy these days visiting different sec
tion and having the roads and bridges
The health of the neighborhood is
good at present.
The Thiornw eli Orphanage.
This institution located in Clinton,
S. C., is for the education of deserving
orphan children and for none other,
and only for those who are unable to
pay their own expenIses. It costs the
InstItution $100 a year. to meet thte
expenses of a child, wvhich sum is pro
vided by the generous Christian p~ub
lie. The young people are not legal
ly bound to the institution and are
received as into any other school, the
Orphanage not' having any right to
distribute them to familIes. They live
in cottages of about 20 to the cottage,
there being at present fifteen such
cottages. The training is literary,
technical, dlomestic and moral. No
child is receivedl under nix years of
age and as soon as received is at once
entered into school, in which they con
tinue for 14 grades, graduating at
about 20 years of age. The course
is a thorough one. In the mechanical
departments, the training includes
printing, carpentecring, farming, ma
chine work, steam laundry wor . and
all the domestic arts. There are now
300 pupils1, requiring $32,000 a year
to meet expenses. It Is wonderful
how, by the goodness of God and good
men and women, all this is provided.
Over a thousand young people have
been educated in this school and
cared for in every particular. Rev.
Dr. Win. P. Jacobs Is the President,
and has been for 40 years. The rais
ing of funds for the support of the
home is in his hands. The school is
always crowded, and vacancies occur
ring are quickly filled. Only deservi
ing apliants are received.
Chronic Stomach Troubles Cured.
There is nothing more discouraging
than a chronic disorder of the stom
ach. Is it not surprising that many
suffer for years with such an ailment
when a perunanent cure Is within theIr
reach and mq~y be had for a trifle?
"About one year ago," says P. H, Dleck,
of Wakelee, Mich., "I bought a pack
age of Chamberlain's. Tablets, and
since using them I have felt perfectly
well. I had previously used any num
ber of different medicines, but none of
them were of any lasting benefit." For
sale by all dealers.
A GENERAL TONIC- TAKE GROVE'S
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver,
Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System. For Grown People and Children.
You know what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known
tquic properties of QUININIS and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal'Yor Malaria, Chills and Fever,
Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. * Removes ' Biliousness without purging.
Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver. to action and
purifies the blood. ' A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener.
No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. SOc.
BIG THREE RING,
WILD WEST CIRCUS
Trained Wild Animal Exhibition and
TENTH TRANS-CONT'NENTAL TOUR.
THE LARGEST WILD WEST SHOW ON EARTH
COMING DIRECT ON THEIR OWN SPECIAL TRAII4S OF FORTY
DOUBLE LENGTH RAILROAD CARS FROM THE
BIGGEST RANCH IN THE WORLD.
KI AS0 S $2500 RDOF
j PERFORMING BUFFALOES
Menagerie of Trained Wild Animals
From all parts of the Globe. Daring and Death Defying Acts almost
beyond the realms' of lucid imagination.
1 COSMOPOLrIAN COLLECTION OF COWBOYS AND COWGIRLS, VAQUEROS
SENORITAS, GUARDIS RUJRALES CHAMPIONS OF THE LARIAT,
ROUGH RIDERS PONY EXPIESS VETERANS DARINO,
INDIAN' FIGHTS AND WAR bANCES
PRINCE JIMMA'S TROUPE OF RUSSIAN COSSACKS,
The Most Daring Horsemen in the World.
BANDS of SIOUX, CHEYENNE and COMANCHE INDIANS
Fresh from the Camp-fire and Council, making their first
acquaintance with' pale-face civilization.
The Grand Ethnological Performance concludes with the Superb
Spectacular, Dramatic Historical Fantasy,
The Batl- o WunedKne
stuggl te oblfsknmd Woundfeedmad Kneets
TOPERFORMANCESg DAILtY, RAIN OR.SHINE
Afternoon at 2. Evening at 8. Doors open One Hour earler.
W'ATER PROOF CA1%IVAS.' CANNOT L.EAKt.
Grand Gold Glittering FXee Street Parade
TWO MILES LONG at ii a. m. daily on the sin thoroughfares.
DIG FREE EXIIIBITIONS on ShowGronds I ately after the Parade.
Our Cowoys will ride them FREE OF CHARGE.
628.00 wulto ak. t~ ny perso bingIng a berseorp asue 85$P esua elAUs
WVill Positively WEllQB~i aft
AFTERNOON AND NIGHT
Friday, April 3rd, 1914
lives instant relief and an absolute cute DA4& T D
nall cases of Asthm~a. Jronchitis, and Atr~sa a
Hlay Foyer. Sold by druggists ; mail on iuw LC
i akg by mali 10 'cents. mrua
WILAIAMS I*yn. co.-Pter6., Cleuland, Ohio FATC NALCUT
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