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Subeription Price Is $1.00 Per Year
Payable In Advance.
ADVETTISER PIINTING COMPANY
Laurens, S. C.
ALISON LEE President
ARTH lJR LEE Sec. and Treas.
Advertising Rates on Application.
Obituaries and Card of Thanks: One
cent a word.
Entered at the postofice at Laurens,
8. C., as second class mail matter.
LAlUENS, S. C., NOV. 1, 1911.
The Advertiser will be glad to
receive the local news of all the
comlumunitles in the county. Cor.
responde-nts are requested to
sign their natimes to the contri
butlo-ns.. Letters should not be
mulled later than 3londay morn
(hlnge with the advon(o in the price
of 'ot fon.
The trustees of tI' comnty Shoulhd
s heir teacllrs izn gTling to the
tearmr's insttute the latter pairt of
laIrens5 vill he glad to wel(omne the
teacher;s of the co unty within her
gates the latter part oi the week. It is
always a Pleasure to hive these work
ers among is.
!Daily papers reported yesterday that
Austria had but a few weeks supply
of cotton onl hand and that she was
sending out urgent calls for more. The
situation Is getting a little brighter
though we have no right to expect an
early return to former prosperous con
ditions in thIs section.
ialSession of the 1 legisla
tul, ealled 1y (Tov. 11l4:4so ad.ioitritedt
.\Mondty 11111ht , ter be-ing in) sesoion
n .. : Ionth. Otitsido of local 111,1
ter t\\ssson wre hI-.rely devoted
to ln'ushmof threemeas1res thlt
.\I.!.:ntrin1 warehou., bill. lith aere g4
reduiction bill anl the bond hill. al1l of
vlich (ite readers of h'le Advertiser
Are '4cquainlted with. he w tIarehouse
hi has become a 1:a w vWith lohn 1.
4McLaurin, asI commissioner. The
Acreage rilion hill, provililg to:'
Cno I r,.:io )f ('(otton aerage
to one third of thit a1able land of Ihe
s 'llso bee0nm11 a 1Law. The bo ill
proviiniiii ) for su1bmt)issionl to the pwo
lil1 of theution of is',ling honds
to t1) amoun of $21,0o0,000 o loan
fail44 Tl i heo : law whenti-e gov'
lini bleforet thte 4'leliou tfnid( that
the' *s'etial thing In'cessar ty for it
i0 lecome~ a law.
0: lould no4t he4 saidl that the4 sess'ion)
wai- fruitless5. It is ptossile that the'
bilIs passed. thbe warehCloutse and)4 acre
to at grea't deal though it IS equtally
1)oss1ibde thtat one of Item at Ileast, the
Vda 7ho1)41se bill, might Itave the way
for atevoluitionin It)ur t system of imar'
k't in g lot ton. Tlhe acreage' redluction
bill will not1 am)ountt to a gr'eat dleal
unle'ss the farmers a4s a body deter
mn'tn. to enf~or'ce It.
Tlh e cotto ~n wa rehoubll hI Ila s in II
greatI posslbiIi ties, not so much on1 ac -
Cont? ofl what it i s as to) whlat it mayt'
resuilt In) :01f'er Ijiprovemt~t as its
nTe'- suget4.TS As.\ 14;ssedo ther bill
dloc -it notlrvide for the pur 4chas)e or
blding~!: of w:4"4houists, lbut (on1'ly or
en'tal of4? T)riVate onest4' where desirabile.
Only T4 smll suit s pro'4vided for tho
(i 1? th14 first year) I.
tind fa iled to4 here,':t' a law. We' hardI
ly think that e'vent the' I armeors otf the4
state woutld htave voted'( for it, butt its
d efeat at the polls wouldl not htave bleen
a certaInty by anty means. It) a nut)
ahltol the bill 1 providles for th ox -
cThatwoY4 4)f stalt' bonds for1 cot ton at
-nine cent s, when~ cotton was sellinug on
the. market f'or only~ seTven. Thi ('Cr4ed1it
ci the 1: -ute wouhltt have been'1 pledged'
for he hbool and)4 regar'dlessi what
the4 (ollo tm r~ow'ers would have. been
('11. 4> r'4'liz.. on tham, . robaly aI 1i
('V oe 1lhe markeTlOt valute (If the ('0t
tonl 1'self, the4 state wouht~l have' had
'to repa:y I '0m at lar. Th'1e cotton))
po4(wers1' woutld htavo profilIed l1it1le
Vbib.1 the posste:ssors of capital w"ouldl
hav'e reapel4d huge profits. The effect
en the, cotton market would tnot have
been alpprecliable as $21,000,000 Is veil
ly buit a mite when comparedl to the
total value of the world's cotton crop.
'The next seoin is In Jranuarv.
* Reduction In South Carolina. *
Following is one of the posters
which State Demonstration Agent
Long has posted up all over South
Carolina in. his vigorous campaign for
crop d iversil ilcation in the Palmetto
S1ate. This is the right way to go
about "acreage reduction." The pos
"These are times when you must
act. Let others (10 the talking. You
canont afford to havo your farm idle
this fall and winter. It is tile ti-me
when you must use the cold months
for both making and saving money.
Anyone who tells you what to expect
of cotton for the next year is just
guessico. Nobody knows.
"After careful consideration we ad
vise the following courses as prolilt
able for you at this time. Do these
"To tearners in the Piedinont Coun
tics: Seed large areas in oats and
wieat. These crops can be imade to
bring considerable pr'ouit in cash or
nn be turned under next spring. Veg
etable mattor turned under makes the
raw potash in the soil becolie iloret
, av.'ailable. We will need all the avail
able potash w'e Call get next spring.
In tle evelit we use conuniiercial fer
tiliz rs we will secure better resmilis.
"T the Farmers or Other l'arts or!
the State: Seed oats as a markel
Crop and enough wheat to supply bloiine
"On cotton lands tiese crops -an
best be seeded with one-horse grain
drills, or certain makes of fertilizeri
distributors caln be used to take the
place of the drill. They ean be used
in October, following the cotton pick
"To All South Carolina Farmers:
Build hog pastures and raise hogs.
Ilogs can be put. on the market with
in the next year at a big profit. Don't
be afraid of hog cholera. Clemson
will furnish serum at cost and a man
free of charge to inject It, if you will
notify the College as soon as you
hear of an outbreak in your com
"Pay spcli attention to poultry,
which ('l he made a source of large
"Ile sure to give atItntion to a win
1er1 gardenl. Nothinug pays a farmr
better' at this seasoni of tlh yeal thal
a g (1d gart'd'll.
"To d) the' things siggested above
:.ill r('plire- the least am11ounlt of labor
"Thp nlations :It war. mu1st ho fod.
We can take advantage of the high
prices ofITerted tor foodstuffs and turn
Ihlis period of depression into one of
"We h:1v(- the :nil who ant flinish
the information il detail as to how to
carry out It above suggestions. You
are paying Mtir salaries and they are
anxious to serve you.
"Write ill at Clemson College, S.
C., or' call upon any demonstration
:geint ii the State and lie will secure
thi' informiat ion f0or y'ou.
"T'he ma int ting is to net nowv.
"W. W. LONG,
"state A\gentt anid Director' of Ext en
sioni. 'lemitsont College, S. C'."
Printed Wirontg h)ate,
llejiresenitative Elect 11. 1). loyd
wats ini the city severa'i day13s atgo andit
ttok occasin to dlireet at tenitiont to ai
t ypographltical erriort occutring in hiis
communication to The Advertiser last
wveek Onl the sublject of a license tax
('n thte sale of food plroducts. Mr. floyd
stated that Ito would have tihe law go
inito effect on thte 1st of December,
1915, rather thant on the 1st of Janut
ary titus giving amiple tijie for' thte
farmers to preparte.
Th'e re'gulair mlothlly mtinlg of thei
llenr ty Laurttens chapter', I). A. it. will
bie habci it I o'clock Pidayt aftr rnioon,
Novembiert 18th, at tile hiome (of Mrs.
HG! tALO~[t 18 BOI
Calomet sickens! Ddn.'t I
your Liver and Bowels wi
horrtiibh-: 'T'l:e a idio' of the, danltger'
lai hV a-' d uay'a work.
0 alow-l i; n(euri 0r (tuik-itvert
d I :;u': iI,(rosis of0 ~the btones.
I Wel, wi it ('ome; into ('Ontn'et.
wiit liou ile 15 rashes2 nto tiiiti brakw
liver' is tori'di ando bowels cotnstilpated
0o' you htave heaeheo, dli'zzintes, coat
ed t ontgue, if breth i is had 0or stomach
sourt, jutst try' a spoonfuil of hiamless
D~odson's~ Liv'er Tonie tonight.
Hloro's my guar'antee-Go to any
idrug store aind get a 50 cenit bottle of
D~odson's Liver' Tonte Take a anon
At First Presbyterian Chureh.
,Dr. T. W. Sloan, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church of ' Greenville,
preached two eloquent and forceful
rermnons at the Presbyterian church
of this city Sunday, occupying the pul
pit of Rev. C. F. Rankin who is in an
Atlanta hospital. A large congrega
tion was present to hear Dr. Sloan at
loth the .morning and evening servic
es. Next Sunday, at the morning and
evening services, Rev. W. 1t. Minter,
of Lincolnton, N. C., will preach.
Nei- Deputy Sherhy. *
.Mr. Erskine Blakely, of the Pea
Ridge section, has been named by
Sheriff Owings, to succeed Deputy
Sheriff Reid, who is no longer con
nected with the sheriff's oilice. Final
severance of relations between Mr.
Reid and the sheriff's oilce came last
week. It is not known what Mr. Ileid
will do for the present, but; he has
stated that lie will he in the race for
sheriff in 1910.
Rev. ILawson01 aW Inm1an.
Rev. Mf. L. Lawson. pastor or the
F'irst Haptist chliurch, is conluicting a
series of revival meetings at lmian.
It is said he is having a very file
ileeting. Ills 'iwo Ipit was occllped
Siuday imorning by R1ev. Nir. lHralibhanm.
IpaIstor' of te tunin chuircl, who de
liv ered a ver'y (e0(lie nes'rmon.
lies" Coughl 31ediine for1 CiIle.
"Thr'ee years ago when I was living
i'i l'ittsbugli one of my chiild'ren had
a harid cold nId (ouighed dreadfully.
V'pon thet advice of a dru1gg"ist I purII
'*haSe.d a bttlie of( hamin berilli's
Cougl Iteily and it benefited 11him at
oilce. I find it tile best (ou)gh1g medicine
for chihlireli because it is pleasanlt to
take. They do not object. to taking it,"
writes mts. laafayette Tuck, Iloier
City. Pa. This reledy contains no
op.ium or other iarcotic, and may be
given to a child as confidently as to
an adult. Sold by all dealers.
An Active Liver Means Health
,If you want good health, a clear
complexion and freedom froin Dizzi
ness, Constilation, Biliousness, Head
aches and Iiidigestion, take Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They drive out fer
42-piece Dinner Set free at the
flooster Stole. Read the Booster ad
In this paper anid help yourI falvorilte
looster. .1. k. h1t'RNS & CO.
Ill 1AS1' RY DIR'lT.\ ENT.
Oitce of, Colptroller of the CurrenCy.
Washington, 1). C., Oct 27, 191-1. ,
WhI il'111AS. by satisfactory evidence
presented to tih-. uidersigned it has
beel mid' to appearl that "T,il JAU
IRENS NATION.\i liANK" in time CITY
of ILAl'IAWNS, in tile couity of LAIT
RIlENF, and1 Stat( of SO'Tl CA 10
LINA, has conmplied with all thfe pro
visions of the Statuites of the I'lited
States, reIeired to be coiplied with
before all aissociat lon shall be althor
ized to coniienicee the business of
NOW TlIllREFOltic, 1, .1011N SKECl
TON WIlLIAMS. Comptroller of 1910
Crirrenvy. do Oheirey certify that
"TIll IIAl'Il'Ng NATIONAL DANK
in the CITY of BAUlt1NS, in the coun
ty of LA I' lIENS and State of SOUTH
'.\l1OblNA, is aithoi'zed to coin
mienece thle buiisi nss of likinig a1s prio
v'ied ini Sect ion I Ifty3-oneO lhundred0
:mid sixty -in ie or thle Itevised Statuites
of' thle I 'illed States.
('ON \' i11SION or ThIie llan1k of2 Lati
rOlin, lsaliirelis, S. ('.
I N TlIT 1.\ON Y Wi I 1'000 w it ness
my hanld amid Seal of ollice
( Seal this 27th day of OCTiOlIlJE,
JINO. SKELTrON WILLIAMS,
C'ompi 1rl'leri or the Ciitr'ency.
L Ost-~etwee WCI~ ater'loo andl Lao
res Thur'1111sday the 29th, one gr'ay fiur
n(ek-piece. Finder' wvilI be libel'ally
rewardedt if retiuned to Thle A dvertis
Iost or Stole'n-Last Wednesday
nii,'l Iblack .lerse~y cow. witht hil iornls.
to lir recovery. I .l. Warrieni Holt.
Seed Oats for Sale-700 bushels
Iancrofrt rulst-pr1" >f seed oats for
sale. S. J. Dvmis, Laure'ns, Rlt. 5.
hRl LIY[, IF BILOUS
ose a day's work! Clean
th "Dodson's Liver Tone."
l and if It doesn't strlaighitcn youI
righit ,p and114 mauke .vou1 feel fine and
vigor'ous I wanit y'ou to go bac(k 1(o the
store~ and1 g(et your1 .monely. D)odson's
1.1 ver' Tone is dentroy)3ini th le SaleI of
(alomeitl beause It. is real lie medl
(lin': cultirely vegetle~l, tjiherefor'e it
canl no02 salivate or' mtake you sick.
I giuaarn'lteel thlat one0 spioonful of
D~odson's Liver Tone1 will pmut youlr
sluggish 1liver to work and1( clean your1
Ibowels of thait souriile and0111( cons.tipat
I ed waste wvhichi is clogginig your' sys
temi andl maikiig youl feel miserable.
I guaranitee~ that a bottle of Dodson's
Liver' Tone will keel) yotir entire fain
iiy feelinig lIne for months. Give it to
your chIldren. It Is harmless; doesn't
grrinea nnd they likre ita nlaant ta.s.
hAS ONE TO WASHINOTON.
Mr. W. IA IWehey, Jr. Accepts Perma.
nent Position with the Bureau of
Mr. W. R. Richoy, Jr. left last Sat
utady for Washington, D. C., where
le will be permanently located in the.
office of the Bureau of Census. Mr.
Richey accepted a temporary position
In this bureau fo.r the past summer
and performed his work in such an ex
cellent and thorough manner that lie
was given a permanent position. Mrs.
UIchey and their 1i le datughter,
Saraht, will leave shorty for their new
home. Great regret is expressed on
overy side over their decision to leave
Liaurens but their many friends are de
IiAted to see Mr. Richey winning such
SUFFERED T1WENTY-ONE YEARS
FINALLY FOUND RELIEF
llaving suffered for twenty-one
years with a pain in any side, I finally
have found relief In Dr. Kilimer's
Swaimp-ltoot. Injections of morphine
were my only relief for short periods
of time. I became so slek that I had
to undergo a surgical operation in
New Orleans, which Ienilted ie for
two years. When tle same paint caine
back one day I was so slek that I gave
III) hopes of living. A friend advised
me to try your Swamph-Root and I at
o ('ncecommence using it. The first
hottle did Ine so nti goodl that I In
('lutsed I wo more botties. / I aIm now
on lly second bottle ai d am feeling
like a1 iew womian. I 'ia2ssed a graVel
tone as large as a bjA red bean and
sevi-al simaller olesy I llave not lad
IIIe Iea- lee ing of/pain since taking
your Swa1li9-Root /ud I feel it mny 1du
ty to reconmend thisa great inedielne
to all sufring /ianlity. Fratefully
Rapides Par. Echo, La.
Personally api' ared before me, this
1-th day of July, 1911, Mrs. Joseph
statement and made oath that the same
is true in substance and In fact.
Win. Morrow, Notary Public.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
inghatmton, N. Y.
Prove What SwanyP-oot WRI Do For
Sead ton cents to Dr. Kilner & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of valua
ble Information, telling about the kid
neys and bladder. Wlien writing. be
sture and mention the Laurens Week
ly AdvertIser. Regular fifty-cent and
oie-dollar size iottles for sale at all
Ofice of Comptroller of the Currency.
Washington, 1). C., Aug. 31, 1914.
WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned. it has
been made to appear that "ENTER
PulSE NATIONAL BANK OF LAU
RENS" in the CITY of LAURENS,
lin the county of LAURENS, and
State of SOUTH CAROLINA, has
compiled with all the provisions
of the Statutes of the United
States, required to be eomplied with
before an association shall be author
ized to commence t~te business of
NOW T ERREFOIj E, I, JOHN SKEL
TON WILLI'AMS, 'omptroller of the
Currency, do' 1 reby certify that
"ENTEltPI~S14. NATIONAL BANK
0O, LAlirEUNS' in the CITY of
LAlIlIENS', it the county of L4AU
RE.NS and State of SOUTh
CARtOINA, is authorized to conm
maneaie the business of Banking as prIo
vided in Section Filfty-oane hundred
and sixty-niine of the Jiovised Statutes
of the United States.
CONVERSION of Enterprise Bank,
Laurens, S. C.
IN TESTIMONY WH'EREOF wItness
mny hand and Seal of ofioee
(Seal) this 31st day of AUGUST,
JNO. SKEL~ITON WILLIAMS,
Comptroller of the Currency.
You wvill he delighted with
Sour waist watches--our stock
embraces many artistic
shapes and styles-all, of
course, ian keepig with Fasha
eion's latest (lemnands, s
You can teoture a i i kt,
8011(1 goldl watch witha a flex
-ibile exten'4 n bracelet at a _
hiirice thtat IIll(oonvinace you
it i a pjartjcuarily excellent
n l eiXceplionially fin e - 0.
heection is offered here--see
us before buayig.
Irurier & (Dptiriana
J-.Etrlna. .. *. Gil
VIRGINIAN "8TJOED 0* FRST
DOS[Of M 8AYRS STOMACH. RM[DY
J. If. H1osenrick -ot Dante, After'Fif. of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy.
teen Years, Rellef From Suffering The first dose proves-it is not A
J. Hi. Rosenrick, Dante, Va., was a Mayrs Wonderful Stoniach Remedy
sufferer from stomach troubles and clears the digestive tract Qf mucoid
chronic constipation. He tried all sorts accretions and removes poisonous mA
of treatments, but got no relief until ter. It gives quick relief to sufferers
one day he took a dose of Atayr's from stomach, liVer and bowel trou
Wonderful Stomach Remedy. blos. Many say it has saved them from
He found his trouble ended in a dangerous operations; many are sure
short time. lie wrote: it has saved their lives.
"I took your medicine according to We want all people who have chron
directions about three weeks ago and ic stomach trouble or constipation, no
it proved to be just what you clalined matter of how long standing, to try
it was. I have felt better sie0 then one dose of Moyr's Wonderful Stom
than I have for fifteen years Before ach Remedy-one dose will convince
I took something daily to n ve my you. This is the medicine so many,
bowels. Since taking your r inedy I pf our people have been taking with
have not been bothered with T y steM surprising results. The most thor
ach and heart." .- ough system cleanser we ever sold.
From all over the Unitd'ed,-tates Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy is
coie such letters telling of the won- noW sold here by Laurens Drug Co.
derful benefits received from the use and druggists everywhere.
A 42-Piece Dinner Set
A 42-piece DIknner Set will bq.iven to the person who will write
the words: BOOSTER STOI Z J. C. BURNS' & CO. oftenest on one
side of a card the size 9q14 regular U. S. postal card.
To each person handing in a card with the above words written
on it, no matter how few times, will be given fifty (50) Booster
Coupons. To the one writing the words most times on the card
will be given the .Dinner Set and 10,000 coupons; to the second,
8,000 coupons; to the third, 6,000 coupons; to the fourth, 4,000
coupons; and to the fifth, 2,000 coupons. In case of a tie for first
place the dishes will be sold at-auction and the money divided, but
the premium coupons will be divided equally among all tieing.
Boosters should get their friends to write cards and get their fifty
fr e coupons. To each person handing us a card and making a
Purchase of $1.00 or more at the time will be given 1,000 extra
coupons besides the regular number of the purchase.
h'lese cards must be presented in person at our11 store and all
he in by Saturday night, )eceinber 5th,-at which time they will be
submitted to a disinterested local committee for count and decision.
The fifty coupons will he given at the time of presenting the card.
All cards will be dislayed In our store window before or after
t he decelsion. The large prem iimn coupons may he cast only on tie
Standings of the Booster Clu members will be announced next
.londay. Arter Alonday the bal'-t box will be opened- each Mon
day aifter -business, for a count.
Our windows were trimmined by Miss Alberta Riddle.
liusic on Saturday by volunteers.
J. C. Burns & Company
The Booster Store
Laurens, S. C.
CARPETS AND RUGS!
You cannot afford to trust valuable 'ar
pets and Rugs for leani ng to methods that
are incorrect and unsafe. Our methods are
safest and cleanse them throughout with a
revival of latent colors, making them like
new and without damage to the finest
fabrics. We also Dye Carpets and Rugs
when possible to harnnonize with color
Footer's 'Iye Works
Always Safest and Best
and school supplies for all grades.
o * * S~~ww,-~You will .find everythintg needed in
- 6ur Dook Department. We are pre
lpared toeqilp every scholar fromi one
- just beginning on upi to the acnior at
the high school, with every book and
supply needed and Lit prices too, as
low, if not lower than anyiwhere else,
POWE DRUG COMPANY
ON THE SQUARE ILURENSS C.