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LAURIJ S 1 RUO CV.
Coffee to Drink
Flour to Bake
10 lbs n' Green ('o' Yee for .. . . $.0(
6 lbs of G.reen Coffee for..... ..$.01]
4 lbs of Green Coffee for.... ..f..$;.01
6 lbs of lloasted Coffe for . . ..$1.01
5 lbs of GItoae Coffee for .. ..$1.011
4 lbs of lrented Coffee for . . ..$1.011
GCoffee fo per can.
6 lb of Flour for.. .... .. ..$5.011
1 bbl. of Flour for . ..1.1
I bl. of Flour for .. .. .. .. ...0
1 bbl. of Flour for .. .. .. .. ..$6. 0
1 bl. of Flour for .. .. .. .. ~..$7.11
''he lig Store is the place to luy
your Flour and Coffee
10 lb4. of (Greena Coffee only .. . .$1.11
I b b l . " A s a k a " F l o u r o n l y . .a~ t h . .$i.f:
T[alkt to the liig Chlief.
Trade 1i.h-1 (lie Bloys.
J. H. Sullivan
Laurens, S. C.
FIN A L SIETTLEI~MEN'I'.
Trake notice thiat ont the 29th dlay 0
May, luit , I w'ill render a fintal ac
count of In~y acts anid doings as Ad.
mninistratrtx of the estate of S. .D
Chidress, dleceasedI, in the oflIce o
the J1udge of Pr-obate, of Lauremou
County, tat 11 o'clock, a. mi., and( or
the .same dlay will apply for a finca
diischar'ge from nay trust as Aduanin.
Any jmrsonis t ndated0( to said estat
are notiftied ;andi rir~iled to make pay.
ment on Ithat (date; andi all p~ersonlt
having cilas against Haitd estate wil:
presenat them on or 0 tbefoie( ~ aiiid date
ducly priovenii, or bet forever barred(bt.
7,uaia P. Chidress,
April 29, 191*.--t me.
When you' feelt&:-j:
'jents, tired, worried or desponadenat it is a
suare sign youl need MO'1T'?; NERVERINE
PIt..S. Theay reneOw the n<.rmnat vigor and
m .ke life wsortha living. ie smo anrd ask for
I\:tt's Nerverine Pills Pi$1.O
V.- I LAMS MFG. CO.. lireps., Cievetand. Ohie
LAUREM iUG CO.
Lauren. 8. 0.
D)r. T. Lb. Timmerman
aeople's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAlN
At 7 per cent on improved
farrns in amounts of $3,000
an d up for term of five years.
No commissions charged.
Only actual excpenses for
p 'eparationl of lpgni papers
Carolina Bond& M4~rtgageCo
Union Bank -Building,
Columbia, S. C.
HOW FINE FIELD OF
ALFALFA WAS GROWN
Nearly Thirteen 'Tons Cut From Two
and a hlali Acres in Anderson ('otin
Cletmson College, May II.-Two and
a half atcr's of some of the finest al
falfa in South C(arolina have Just been
rut out at the Orr Mill, Anderson.
When cut, the alfalfa 'measured
about thirty inches in height and the
stand was remarkably even, there be
ing not an empty spot on the entire
field. This lleld Is two years old and
last year in four cuttings yielded 25,
000 pounds or 12 3-4 tons. 'T'ie owners
of this field expect a considerably
larger yield this year and are count
ing on Ilifteen tons, which will be worth
This alfalfa has been grown from
the very beginning according to the
best methods and is a proof of what
can be done with this crop when cor
rect methods and favorable conditions
are combined. The crop was grown by
W. P. Sneligrove, Who has charge of
the Orr Mill fa rt, under directions oh
tained f:'omn Prof. .1. N. Hlarper of
The field has been plantedi in cot
ton for one yeat before the alfalfa
Was sown tand had heen sown to oats,
peas and cane for foutr or live years.
Tihe soil hecnaue well filled with hutuuts
l'ie sutttier before tie alf'alfa was
put, in, the land was in peas aind as
soon as the iic ts were out of the way
the land w:.s plowed, three plowings
heiig made in August.
When the top of the ground was
well pulverized. 9.900 pounds of buld
ers' lime was put on the two and a
half acres. 'I he land was then plowed
The field was inoctuat d for alfalfa
with soil from tn alfalfa field in an
o: her part of Anderson. Two two
horse wagon loads of soil were drop
ped over lie field on the sate day on
whileh the seed was sown andil one
ho rowing was made to do for botI
the inoculating soil and the seed. The
field was fertilized with 1,200 pounds
of S-3-3 fertili.er. about 'IS0 pounds
to the acre.
The alfalta seedl was sown on Sep
tember 30, 1912. The first cutting
mande on May 2. 1913, yielded 5,552
pounds. Four cuttings were tade Iast
year, about forty days apart, and yield
ed in all 25,500 pounds, or 12.1-. tons,
11.:A. Iewis, of the Orr Mill. who I:.'
general supertvision of the work, sa;id(
that aiter the present ('utin lg an at
plicaliont t,: limne would be made simi
lat' io that made whtn the land wt:
first pripat'el for the 'lcrop, except that
this lime agri uli t :i I limeh' instead o1
builuer:'' lime will he used.
The nion of the Secott and Third
Iviusions will meet with itabu:n (rechs
Ittur'day before the :tt Sunday.
1(t:00 i\totional services. W. A
111:1) -The I.ordlship of .hesuts. L.. .
12 :00)---Souirse oft ellitc'ency in Chri is
1.1an1 work. II. IL. ilaggotlt and %. Ii
2 :00-God's apploltint eatns of say'
iing souls. C. B. Hobo,
31:00 -Characteristics of a saved itan
()I llis at titutde to his churi ich.,
(2) Ils alttitude to tile world,
(3) II is atttitutde to lost souils. I bits.
ton' bs.,.Mr-n . .W l
9. t 0- Dev'ot ional seri ccs.
10:00 --T-lo be pr'ovided for.'
1I:00t ---A mnissiontary' acddr'ess by C. II
All citutrelhes are ur tgedl to send t del
egat es. WeC areOl~th raig G;od to give ti
a great mtee'ttig.
Iloduotn's 1,Iver Tonte Takes thle l'hie((
f~ Ilisagr'eea ble ('alomed iandt its Of.
ten Ilangier'ous Afier'i- Effects.
Yout pr'obablly kntow~ thai t 'ailomiitl b
a plolson, a forti oIf mer'iCur iy, ver'3
dhtag 11us to ai great many peolc
and ilome citimes ('atusintg disa grteeabIl(
after'-efftcts fotr tnear'1y every3o whr.
I )odson 's Liver t Tone Is rtconunend('tt
cd asM a perf'tectl y sa fe andl trel Iabh
iremediy to take the place of' ('alomel
ThIs is exactly whlat II Is made fot
anil Itas becen made lot' evet' sInce I thr
first bolttle w'as pui t up andti soldc.
Dodson's Liver Tfone Is prietty wide.
between the loud boasts5 of the imilta.
t'rs anud the plaIn trunth of the or'igl
D~odson's Liver Tone is sold anc
guaranced by the Laiurens D~rug Co
who will refund put'chaso price (50c)
Instantly with a stfile if you are Irl
any way dissatisfled.
D~odson's Liver Torie is a palatabit
vegetab~le liquid. Its action Is easy
and natural, wIth no giie, no pai
acnd the after-effects are pleasant In
stead of dIsagreeable. Dodston's
Liver Tone does not interfere with1
your regtular ditties, haits and dIet,
bitt buIilds and1( strengthens instead of
weakening you or "knocking you all
out" for days. Try Dodson's and feel
better and brIghter, as thousandn
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* (GLASS FACTORY NO'IIES. *
* * * * * * * * * * * * M* * * * "
The glass blowers had a very excit
ing game of ball Saturday morning,
the day turn vs the night turn. The
night turn cate off winner, the score
being 3 to 4 in favo rof the night turn,
but It seems as if the day turn had
being 3 to 4 in favor of the night turn,
as Umpire 1)an Dody, who was um
piring bases, was put out of the gime
in the 3rd for accepting a bribe from
Capt. Illunear. He was caught in the
act by Capt. lirowan of the other team.
Third baseman laxter was fined $2
for throwing off his glove, going af
ter Umpire Plus Little in the 4th.
Charley Dody, first baseman, who
is only 53 years old, was one of the
star players. Catcher Cromer did
some fine stick work in the game, get
ting a home run In the 2nd.
Iloth teams had line batteries. Cen
ter Fielder Shupelt, Second Baseman
Trotter, Short Stop Floh', lIight
l'elder Smuitlh, ':enter Fielder Dover,
are very much afraid that the Nation
al ai Aiterican Leagues scouts are
'T'here was a very large crowd pr'es
ent to witness the game. Anong them
were the husky rooters---(-eo. .\Me
Pall, .oe ('orhon, Lloyd Ilighe, ('iar
ley 'Amery. Ilarry Kell. The whole
crowd was satisfied that it was a good
feller and Cromer for night turn:
)anzerbaker and 'Doll for day turn.
2ndif baseIan Edwards put up some
swell ball; 3rd b'smii'n Laove's hard
catch was a feature of the game. Pot
ter and Stark pulled off some flne
fielding: Left Fiender Keenhan never
will b forgiven for the error that let
in the winning rtIn. We are expect
ing to lose about six of tie players.
The following was the' line-tp:
Niht 'T'urn Day Turn
Keller, p 1)ltnzerbak'r. p
C'romler, c Toll, c
l)ody, ii) ltiltmeaure, lb
l'd Vards. 21 Trot ter, 2h
1.ove, 3b 11axter, 3hi
Uiromlar, an lelohr, s
l'otter, rf Smith, rf
Stark, it Dover, of
Shuepelt, cf Keenhan, if
lI l ires: I)ody and Little; official
Score keeper L. W. fiighe.
Itranch 35 of the Glass lottle low
ers Association of the U'nited States
atlid Canada held their seiti-annual
election of ollicers and the following
were elcectled and appointed:
.John Stairk, presidn'lt.
II Ian I) bdy, vice president.
Ilairy Kell. I reasu irer.
Gillecrt Keenhanl, recording Secre
t-ark' Lowe. fnancial rtary.
Chall:rley : huepl't, rom~n etor.
Itoh Itaxiter, inside sentine!.
Geo. 1)ar 'wr, oultside( setillne'l.
I'ru sle'es, I'loyl I lighe', 11i11 f lth'.
E-xecutive commnittee: W\illiam ('on
nors. I.loyd IIighe. Iarry Garrisol.
.lothn Stark was el.ected delegate
f i'lt ran It rtt lch ir3 to thi e (Gl"ass IlotleI
fI lowe'rs N'ationa IC(on vent(in, wichl
is to lie held in oyrhestr, N. Y. ini
Ther'e is mtore C'atar'rh it thtis sec
I ion of thte ctountr'y than all otter
dIseases Itut together', and unitil thec
last fewv year's was1 supposed to be
ineurab leil. For' a great. mniy years
doetoi's prlonounliced it a locail diseas
andti pres'cribeid local remted Ies, aitd by
'oinstanitly failing to cur ie with local
I irent mentl, Itrononiedl it inicura'l ble.
Scientce lhas Itrioven Ciaarrh to be a
('ons5 tiutinalI disease, andt~ theirefoim
requ iires ,ontstitutlinal tre'atmt.
I alIf's ('a lrrh Core, mnanu fact ured by
F. J. (Chentey & ('o., Toledo, OhtIo, is~
the only Con stitti onal cure l'o(n thit
marke'~it. It is taken initernially. It
acts dIirectly' 1 on tht lood andt muttcotis
souifae's oif theo system c'Tlihey off'ei' onec
hundrtfed dlollaris for' any1 (iase it falls
to ciirie. Sendl for i'r cularis anld testi
Addirss F. Jf. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Sold by driuggists, '75c.
lTke Iall's Fanmiily illIs for constl
We dont wish you
any ill luck
but if you do have a runlaway and
your carriage gets smashed up re
member that we can do all kinds of
carrIage repairing arid can fix up any
damage, Our customers will tell you
we do such work promptly, thorough
ly and reaitonably,
J. D. SEXTON & SON
White Canvas S
Men and Women, who adapt their Shoes to
the Seasons, get a great deal more comfort out
of life than people who neglect their feet, and -
struggle along during the Summer days with
burning feet in a pair of heavy hot Shoes.
Don't do it!
Canvas Shoes are
Now On The Bill
You're but to wear a pair to find out what
great foot comfort you've been missing.
These foot comforters are not expensive
and the money you invest in Canvas Shoes pays
a big dividend in foot ease.
Men's Oxfords and Ties $2.00 to $1.00
Women's Oxfords, Ties and Pumps
from .. .. .. .... ..$1.50 to $.50
lioy's, 1en's and Children's styles
from .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.00 1o $2.04)
White (anas, Coolle Cloth, Jlnekskin,
Linen, Duck, Sea Island Duck, etc.
THE SHOE MEN
Ladies' Shoes Shined Free
"Why Not Buy and
SOwn Your Farm instead of
Paying Rents from Year to Year?"
Suppose you are paying two thousand pounds of
rent cotton for a two-horse farm per year, in ten
years, counting cotton at 12 1 -2cts you will have paid
$2,500. Now, if you could buy a fifty acre farm at
$50.00 per acre it would amout to $2,500. So you
see the rent you are paying plus the interest on the
amount, you could own your own farm in ten years.
We have some splendid farms well located to sell at
even less than $50.00 per acre. We have some bar
gains for the man who would like to own his own
farm. Call and see the undersigned or watch for our
advertisement in next week's issue.
Laurens Trust Company
J. S. MACHEN, See'y-Treas. and Mang'r Real Estate