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''here npt to be a Ilatent npprehentnion
Wf distress to mar the completo joy of
expectation. 13 11 t
this Is quite over
clome by the ndvice
of so inany Womnen
to uso "Mother's
Freieid." This i4 nt
desigtied to so lubl
Cate the inluseles and
to thus so relieve the
pressure reacting on
the nerves, that the
natural stratn upon the cords nnd liga
ients is not accoinpaiied by those severe
3pahis said to cause nausea, morning sick
.ness nid iny Iocal distresses.
. Many people believe that those remedies
which have stood the test of tline, that
bave been put to every trial under the
varying conditions of age. weight. general
health. etc., nay be safely rulied upoN
And judgitig by the faet that "Mother's
Friend" has been in continual use sineo
our grandinother's earlier years and is
known throughout the United States it
may be easily inferred that it is some
thing that wornen gladly recoiniend.
"Mother's Friend' is prepared only in
our own laboratory and is sold by drug
gists everywhere. Ask for a bottle to-day
and write for a sperin) b)ook for expectant
mothers. Addrss itradfield legi'ator Co.,
307 1LUsar .itidg.. Atarlta.. (41.
'o the lHeading ulblic of Lau
rens and Lairenis County:
I ain establi shing a magazine
ubscriptiOn ageicy at this
place and 11 ow prepared to S
hane ssritios for uall
kinds of .1tazines and newspa
pers. I have a neaxt little Cata
logue thtat shows hun11dreds of
execielt club11bing offers thlat
ae a cap as Wffers lmiad'2 by
anyI~ r-pnibhile magaineh agenl- 5
cy anlywiaere. i i-o haildle blus
iness for the cou 1ty alsv t , thme
Columbia State a6nd other State
It maks0n differencve whlat
you want inl the ningzic line
I ni handle your bnsiss and 5
in most insta.nces salve youl
mIorney. Give mie your ubscrip
tions11 amd save the trouble of 5
% riting letters and also the ex
penise of sendiing away money.
I will approeiate your business
adgualranltee absoluite satisfac-.
tion. (atalo-gue upon request.
Order thirough ime and your pa
pers will always comC to you.
Arrange yNir whole year's
reading matter at onje transac
D. M. NOIIWOOD.
Lanrern, S. :C.
Wheneer Vo Need 43enerat 1ron%,
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chiU Tonic is equally valuable as a
%eneral Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Diives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood .and
Builds up the Whole.System. 50 cents.
Dr. T. L Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
h n ransondtfrun4
yearsiknowntise iitSaes,Always, Relialde
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
For sale by
LAURENS DRUGJ CO.
Druiggclsts E very where.
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneysi at Law
Enterprise Bank Building, Laurens, S.C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Money to loan on Real Estate-Long
From South America.
We have just received a
shipment of good sound yel
low Corn from Argentenia,
When you need Food or
Feed Stuff, "The Big Store"
is the place to buy it.
J. H. Sullivan
Laurens. S. C.
* DIALS NEWS.
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Dials. .uly 27.--Practically all of
the male population iI our coimiuni
ty were in iaturens Wednesday the
Miss Ruth Curry has returned from
i pleasant visit with relatives in the
.\Mr. and Mrs. D. ). .llarris spent
Tuosday with Mirs. 1. S. Brooks.
Miss lessie Knight of Luna, Is vist
ing Mirs. Ambrose Holder this week,
MIr. and Mrs. L. It. Brooks have
been on a delightful outing In the
mountains of North Carolina.
.\lr. R. I). Curry and daughter, Miss
es Kate and Eileen, spent several
days in Laurens last week,
Miss Sallie lirowniee was a visitor
in lHendersonville last week, ws here
she was the guest of her sister, lrs.
W. 1. 1olt.
.\Is. N. Gr. Nabors and childreu of
Columbia, are on a visit to Mrs. Na
tor's mother, Mrs. 1. S. Ilrooks.
.\'s. A. W. Dirden and little daugh
ter. Cora Lwe. of Greenv ille, are visit
ing Mrs. W. C. Brow.nlee.
liss Luree Abereronibie had as her
guest last week .\ liss Clare Campbell.
Misses Marie and Mattie Simimnons
have returned from a visit with their
sster' Mrs. Smith lloyd of Greenwood.
.\ir. ). ). llrownlee spent Tuesday
ilight inl baurens.
Mr. Vernon Willis who has been
m1aling his homie in Key West, Vla..
for tl( iast severa 1 months, is oin a
\isit to his parents now.
The l.adies' Aid society lmet with
.\lrs. sain Curry 'I'uesday afterinooi.
After the business session, (reat id
cae werve served by he hostess.
Tlos inl attendance wei'e Mesdaimes
Neenie Owings, Ralph Willis, Dick
Owings. .ohl Thomason and Fannie
.\Ir. A. W. D)urden of Ureenville,
spent the week-end with his wife
here, enroute to Columbia, having
gone to that city Monday.
Miss Emma Harris is visiting Miss
Ruth Martin of the Warrior commun
.ity this week.
.\Mr. and Mrs. Sam Curry and chil
dren, Miss Jewell and Master Coke,
were visitors .in Eiaoree last week.
Mr. Charlie McCall of Greenville,
-spent -several days last week with his
MI. Robert Nabors of Columbla,
,spent (he -.wek-end with his grand
mother, Mirs. Isabelle Brooks.
Mr. and Mirs. Iff and children, of
Augusta Cross Road, were the week
end guests of i'. John Owings and
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"ross Hill S. C.,
.July 20, 1911.
Ediitor The AdiertiserI:
I ai sorrytoi s the li'aseites
Jt'owliig again, hc Ise the )eiiocat
l'le party ini last 'onivention, Saw lit to
ini last. M\ay oniivenionuii saw Iit to
adioplt rle s for' the pruimar iy el eltion,
so thieC anti-I lleaIse v~oteris cc ouint ler'
perit.'ate' frauid in the coin g piima ry.
aS oiie (cole llease flimed t hey did(
twoi ye'ar's ago. Sur'ely t hey ennu't
oblje'ct to that and as i'or ('lar
lest on she( already had a legislative
law on the piimary and the State coni
veni lon couildn't chiiage a l egisla tivye
act. We are all a bout e'nrolled in ou r
townshiip inicluidinig all those thatt
couldnii't wr itei thieir name, ii(.It was cr
ta;uinlIy a griea t pileasur ie to ciiroll uini
der'i the new rules for we cnn go to thie
piolls w.ith hiontest hiearit s, 1know~VIng t 1:11
w' enn't ,'ote' I wice as (Cole lIlease
a('enused uts of dloing two yearis ago. Yes
eve ry Ipoor man has enriolled'i ot' ('nni
dto so. I enriiolled my name anid it was
no t roubile at all. And I ami about as
pioor as thait O'possumn they caught
everi in (;eorila the otheri dlay.
All of us poor' folks are golig
to vote andti a wvhiole lot (it us5
;oo r folks are' goting to vole for Seni
at or Sinithi 11. A. C'oopier andto .1 oe .1 ihna
sonia ad I liease, thie friend of th~e yegg
man andi~ the crliminial negro can't hlpt
himisel f. Now to the peoplhe of Lau
rcans ('outtty Ile''s (drop factIonal ismn.
('ome tog't hecr foi' thle good or our
state and vote for meni that will stami~
I ke (;enieral 11am pton. tor' peace andt
order anidinuilift. of all the pieotih and~
who will he the servanlts oif all the'
people, ofi the state. It is high I ihnu
to payv no attent IIon to0 d('malgogues
\\'hat has Illeaise donie for' the state?
Ilie has showid his fru'i'ndshipi for'
VnmLenii andti iiegrots, hei has s't thei
libera1te a murdilreri or' somle othl l hi'lad
off< ni. A jiuriy of t wvelve mon repre
ats oiver threie' thoiuisandi voters of
l.aiiirr its couinty. 'The. govei'noi' and
these onet hunud red men set, a side what
thareie thouisaind has done, and lie has
also been fightinag against the United
Stat('s gover'nnent, yet. we are a mem
member. lie also triedl to u'un hIs ne
gro ovei the white people of Columbia,
unrrison Necly. He has trnated debm
ocrats of the state the same as if they
were republicans, men who wore the
gray InI the sixties and men who wore
the red shirts in sexenty-six. He
wouldn't allow a rural policeman to
arrest a yeggnan , -for the United
Stats government, yet we are a mei
ber of that government. 'it will be
minly in you to iake a change when
you voted for the wrong man In the
past. If that great and noble patriot
was living today, Gen. Wade Hampton,
ho would not vote for Cole lease or
any other man of that stripe or any
man that approves of his adininistra
tion. We have no more use for such
as Ulcase in the U. S. Senate than a
rabbit has for a side pocket. Hie
would not have any more influence
there than a chiggar would in the At
lantic ocean. lie has made a worse
governor thanI Franklin J. Moses of
radical regime. lie has turned loose
more negroes than Moses did. The
criminal class of negroes brag on
Bllease as their friend; every blind
tiger sticks: every yeggman sticks to
hitil. Point to a single aet that he has
been of benefit to you or to the uplift
of the state. You can't do it! l)on't
just becat.se you said .black was white,
you will 4t;'ek to it: stand lor the good
of your state.
S. W. Lowe.
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* Y Ol'N(POS NEWS.
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Youngs, .11ty '.27.-Last Thurs day
Mlr. T. Farrow and 'Mr. (. W. Wilkie
anid fanimliy of the lHarmony section,
came down and werv joined by Mr. C.
E0. Wilkie anld famlilly. W. 13. \\ilkie
atnd famlily, and .1. 11. Abercromilfi
antd fatinily and all went to Kn')'ore
river for a fishing picnic. They re
Pjort a fine time-had more fish than
was eaten for dinner.
There was a lawn party i1 the res
idence of '\r. 0. C. Cox one night
las tweek. Also a lawn party at Ais
tin Abhercrombie's Friday night.
Mrs. Robert Mills and Mrs. Lee
Glenn have both been quite sick, but
we are glad that they are improving.
A few days ago the infaint of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Mills was huried at
On July 17. Wilmer, the seven-year
old son of Mr. P. K. Abercrombie, and
.James, the five-year-old son of Mr.
11. H. Abercrombie, celebrated th-eT
eral of their little friends in the af
ternoon. flames were played, re
freshmients served and all h1ad a good
.\Mrs. Alexander Alercrotnhi) land
children Spent a few days last weel
wih relatives Inl Fountain Inn].
lts. Amelia G lenin of the Durhir
section is visiting her nicRe, I Mrs
\mong Ilose who wnt to 'harles
toll a few days ago were Mr. ;1. .j
.\linly and sonts. Tyra atld George
Iiand daughter, Nirs. IlldersoNi, Mr
Franth Aherroithie, andiI Mr. anid .\Irs
W. W. I .urdett.
Otur patstoir. 1lev. M\r. .Tustus of En
or'4e, will beg in our prot racted meet
lng next. Rundaiy al 1tra.mnlet ts church
.\r. W. Ii. WVilkie anid familly aittenid
ed preatchiniig at An tlock in Spiaatn
huri g Couttyt3 yest erday.
NI iss Arzon le llobo. who has bert
nt 'noree nmost of the ye'ar, is nou
spIendinig awhile witht homef'olks.
Gets Wuiss and14 Wuss.
Therc'e were several littlIe inci~Iident
att thte mieetintg ini Green vill e last Sat
urday, says thie i)aily News:
The general opinion is tha t thle
honors of' the- (day, 50 far as the wil
was 'onceerned, shiould go to a amai
who stood In front of' the stantd and
whlo r'eitlied to onie of the' gove rnor't
ques('tions. T1he gover'nor' was re4fer-'
rinRg to thie immiiigranats wh Io recenti (1
(ame to Williamiston and)4 who conthb
nithlt~er readl nor w rite -10ngl ish, whtc
(ouild not tell their ownm natmes andt
who were taggedi "'ike' boar hogs.'" lI
asked wh'a t abiout these himmigrant h
"Ptt 'em oRn your staff,'' caime thi
answer from the crowd.
Another mat~n who aimutisedl thlos
aroutnd( him wasit an c'elely farmei
w~ho during the speechl of Mr. Poillock
remarked from timte to time: "'1lit
g(ets wuss5 and1) wussi.'
POON('E I) E ilON l". I U I;
fIlS ittZE IS F"OI'NII
Il'4)t('4 dl' l.iron. thie dlaring explorer,
5s'ear Icd amtonig the. swamips of Ielori..
41:1 o tetoi "l atain oft Youthi, wich(1
El!ioands ofgt~hl ch ro ittnal,
l:ow I ,ided gstonuIhmhc sufirer htaveI
owriitii. to G o 1.-'y,1 htng
Wt., Chier fi' in < ditgf elt. The
on I he stomach,. fainting Rpella, tot'
p)id liver, contstpation1 and all he eyVig
of a dIsordered stomach whentheiro ja
r'eliet here-- Mayr's Wonderfl Stom..
ach Reomedly is now sold here by Lau..I
rnn Drugr o.M
51 1-2 acres known tks the Balentine
land, bounded by the lands of portker
Elledge and others. Price $30.00 per
One acre of land with 8-room dwell
Ing in the growing town of Gray
Court., ,bounded by J. W. Wells and
.1. II. Owings, Price $3000.00.
One acre of land with 7-room cot
tage bounded by lands 'of G. Y. Hel
lams and Mrs. .1. It. Dorroh. Price
64 acres of land with 6-rooni cot
tage bounded by lands of Harris Rid
die, .1. D. Owings, Sam Branlett and
Cook Brothers. Price $65.00 per acre.
40 acres of land. known as part of
the Martin Riddle estate, bounded by
lands of E. Al. Riddle and Mrs. Elmina
Owings. Price $40 per acre.
2 3-4 acres, known as Duckett house
and h't, bounded by T. 1). Lake and
road leading to Madden station; 1-2
mile of the city liniits of Laurens.
100 2-3 acres, known as the lIarris
Riddle home, with eleven room dwell
Ing, fine barn and good outbuildings.
Price $30 per acre.
218 acres. more or less, known as
0. L. innter home, bounded by War
rior creek, M. 11. iunter, W. .1. Flen
ing and others, with %ix rooli dwell
ing and foiuri tellanit houses, well imli
proved. Price $9,000.
178 acres or land near Ora, bound
ed by lands or 'Tl'm Poole. William
Bryson and others, with good iml
provellivein'ts, will ie sold very, very
-1 are, ore or loss. known as WV.
It. l'wr' omle, bounded by T. It.
Taylor, it. 12. Saith 11a d others, live
rooni (' tagei', for $1,210.
2,10 nes, more or less, kinown as
tle Mlat bwings piace, honlided hv V.
It. Cheek. C. 11. N.\artin and others.
Dwelling and other out uill dings. This
is (le property of Mrs. .ane Owings,
who has a life-time estate and will he
sold at her Interest at $1,500 cash.
51 3-i acrs known as P. It. Owen's
honie, bounded by Mrs. Jane Curry, N.
1). Garrett and others. Six-room cot
tage, barn and outbiildings and one
tenant house. Price $40 per acre.
Terms 1-3 cash, renminder in one and
53 acres, more or less, known as
Holcomb place, bounded by Butler
Garrett, J. R. Holcomb and others.
with four room dwelling and out
buildings. Price $60.
1 3-4 acres, more or less, known as
E. R. Blakekey home, bounded by Y. C.
Hlellams, J. J. Dendy and fronting
Church street. Eight room cottage
and outbuilding, city water, with
lights. Fine pasture. Price $2,500.
The Land Man Wh
closed in order t
needed rest and
ously of moving
'rens and continu
OurIStock of S
too early forFall Ge
We will open with a
~'chase his Fall line ar
or better stock can I
20 acres of land inside incorporate
limits of olty of Laurens, with six
room cottage, three room house and
outbuilding, for $2,500.
Two store rooms, at Watts Mill,
frunting 50 feet and 50 feet deep. Price
3-4 acre of land, bounded by Jeff
Sexton, Will Blakeley, and others on
Mock Street, in city of L.turens; has
six room dwelling, fer the small sum
3-4 acre more or less, kn< wn as A.
B. Burns home, in the city of"Laurens,
b .unded" by Boyd Sexton, Geo. Garrett
and fronting on North Harper street,
with seven room dwelling, outbuild
ing and fine well of water. This home
has been recently built in fine loca
tion and can be bought for $3,200, one
third cash, balance in one and two
Up-to-date bakery at very reasona
ble Price and terms made easy. See
me early if you want this property.
1 3-4 acres of land known as the E.
W. Patton home at Watts Mill, with a
beautiful cottage and a store-room.
Also three unimproved lots at the
Watts Mill will be sold remarkably
cheap. See me for price.
93 acres of land, known as part of
the Mrs. Anne Cheek homestead,
bounded by W. R. Cheek, Geo. Smith
W .R. Henderson and others. Has
dwelling and outbuilding. Convenient
to school and church. Price $35 per
169 acres, known Mr. Albert B.
Burns' home, bounded by Sam Burras,
Mac Burns and Robert Fleming. This
is a nice piece of property, nicely 1
cated and good improvements. Cheap
at $45 per acre.
l. N. LEAI
o Divides The Earth
fED HOT R)
(ON THE SQUARI
4S, SOUTH CA
month of August on
c give all of our err
vacation. We cons
this store to a large
we have decided to
e to give the people
st Value Eve
ummer Goods is very mi
ods, so we will remain el
'n September 1b
n up-to-date stock of mei
Ornduff will go North ii
d upon the reopening of
e found in this section
our opening on Ser
>nl Sale that was eve
tch and Wait for Se]
25 acres of land known as B. R.
Todd's home, bounded by lands of S.
H1. burton, H. R. Traynham and Mrs.
Rosa Lee Craddock. This is a beauti
ful home at Narnie, station on C. &
W. C. railroad, 5 miles from Laurens.
This home was built and impiroed in
1913. Price $2,750. Why not buy this
41 1-2 acres, known as M. 13. Burns'
home, bounded by A. 13. Burns, &. J.
.Burns and Jim Nabors. Price $1,660.
15 acres, more or less, known as the
H. -L. McSwain home place in Crose
Hill, with a beautiful 8-room cottage.
S'ee me for prices.
1 1-4 acres with six-room dwelling,
two barns, and other outbuildings at
the Watts Mill. Price $1,800.00.
88 acres, known as P. 0. Smith's
home, bounded by S. A. Williams,
Chesterfield McDaniel and others,
Price $37.50 per acre.
These are a few o fthe bargains
that we have to offer you at the pres
ent. If you want a home or want to
dispose of a home call me up at Or Y
Court, S. C., Phone 19.
50 acres of land bounded by pubilo
highway running from Laurens to
Greenville, known as the Parkadi to
land, Just outside corporate limits of
the cit./ of Laurens. Price $75.00 per
Also lot adjoining this lot, 62 acres,
at $50.00 per acre.
117 1-2 aches bounded by lands of C.
A. Babb, L. E. Mares and the Aber
crombie estate. Has nice dwelling,
good outbuilding, and farm lands in
the highest state of cultivation. Price
$50.00 per acre.
1410 1-2 acres known as the Reuben
Martin homestead, situated on the
highway fron Lanford to Gray Court.
This is one of the finest locations in
the upper part of the county, close to
schools, close to church and closo to
market. Price $45.00 per acre.
2 acres, more or less, known as S. T.
Taylor's place, bounded by North Har
per street, Watts Mills property; five
room dwelling, storeroom 25x50 feet,
with barn and fine )vell of water. Can
be connected with water works. Elec
tric liglts already installed. Price $3,
63 acres of land, more or less, known
as the G. J. Lanford lands, bounded by
the lands of J. 0. Garrett, H. P. Bur
dette and others. Price $60.00 per aere.
54 1-2 acres, known as the Gilly F.
Riddle home place, bounded by Charlie
Benson, H. P. Garrett and Little broth
ers. Price $37.50 per acre.
40 1-3 acres, more or less, known na
J. D. Graydon home, bounded by J. M.
Armstrong, W. B. Abercrombie ad
others with cottage and outbuildings.
Price $45 per acre.
to Suit Your Purse
ur store will be
ployees a much
idered very seri
r town but after
remain in Lau
of this town and
ich depleted and it is
osed during this one
echandise, under new
i a few days to pur
the store no larger
of the county.
t. 1 st., the Great
r held will be in