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Baby's Morning Dip
says grandmother, "what
we'd do without this Perfection
Smokeless Oil Heater."
"If I'd only had one when you
were a baby, you'd have beep
saved many a cold and croupy
For warming cold corners and
isolated upstairs rooms, and for
countless special occasions when
extra heat is wanted, you need
SMOKELE L BEATERS
I he Perfection is light, portable, inex
pensive to buy and to use, easy to clean
and rewick. No kindling, no ashes.
Burns kerosene - easy to handle and
inexpensive. Smokeless and Odorless.
At all hardware and general stores. Look for the
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington, D. C. Charlotte N. C.
Norfolk, Va. BALTIMORE Charlea n, W. Va.
Richmond, Va. CharI on, S. C.
3 - Equals - 25
A startling statement but a true one in this case.
One teaspoonfu of medicine and two punds O WrIte fora trIal oacage
-unwha t rouydo for your animals and fol oas our 3 aED iCINra
punds of an ready-made stock or puitrtai ted book. fuexlaiani
(rice 25 cents). There you are It you d as uses. as:
blieve it, try it out I Buy today, a can of- Bee Dee Stock Medicine
Bee Dee""OK OUTYc*"'ien
P. B. 3
and For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- believe I would hpve died if I hadn't
centWas nabl to tten to taken it.
centWas nabl to tten to After I began ~king Cardui, I was
Any of Her Housework. greatly helped, aall three bottles re
lieved me entire
Pleasant Hili, N. C.-"l suffered forstogrnthemnhsIfltikan
tree summers," writes Mrs. Walteroteprsnaoghr.
Vincent, of thuis to~wn, "and The third and Cru sprl eeal n ete
last time, was my worst. atn.Isigclnshv id oi
I had dreadful nervous headaches and Cfco h oal osiuin
prostration, and was scarcely able to Cru ae o nrae tegh
walk about. Could not do any of my ipoe h peie oe ptenr
I asohaddradulais i m bck ousstron nd helnps, to make pale,
saow ches, uresh veab e rosy. ne
andsids ad wen ne ftosewea, aruin hs heledoentha a mill onc
sinkig spels wold coe on effeak n womn y ngtepstutyeon.
wouldhaveto gve u and ie dwnatrwil sured for youreat steghs
I wa cetaily i a radu sateof oes themT Cappreonup tay er
I alo hd dradfl pans nWmybac vous Cysteanog hedps to ake adle,
health, when I finally decided to try 7'* h,, T**neet. '*s'~a -
'Cankdu. the woman's tonic, and I firmly fi..27,O."C".r"..!
IN OLD DESPENSARY
liopes to be Ready Next Week to Re.
celve Cotton. Asks Cooperation of
Columbia, November 6.-John L. Mu
Laurin, State warehouse commissioner
will have his office in the old State dis
pensary building, at the corner of Ger
vais and [luger streets, and will be
established there in the next few days.
The building is now being gotten in
shape for the warehouse comliiisioner.
.lMr. Alchaurin is having warehouse
reeilpts and other necessary pape.s
printed and hopes to j)e ready by next
week to begin plans for receiving cot
toin. 'Tle warelhouse' receipt fur the
eotton 'will guarantee the title, weight
and grade of the cotton and it is hoped
will prove an easy negotiable security
III the moIney centres of the North -is
well as In thi.i 9tate.
That lie Intends to have a big ware
house In Columbia is one of the hopes
of the comlissioner. lie also hopes
to have wareiouses at county seats
and other convenienit localities and is
making plans which lie will announce
to the people probably Inext week.
Mr. McLaurin is getting the details
of his work into shiap' as rapidly as
1)ossi ble. There is an enorrnous
altoilit of detail wich is necessaryv
before the new iiicommissuiioner cait get
planis go.lig and Ie is penldinlg all
timei possible njow getItinlg thle prelimi
liai ies inlto shalpe. .- genera an
11011nCementVi will likely be imtade by Air.
AleLaun ti ihrough the press next week
to beginl accepting cot ton for storage
aid as to location and available ware
For the present .\lr. AleLaurin is lo
eated at the .1eiferson liotel. IlIe is
having calls from many planters anid
smal0 at ton producers as to his plans
and Is receiving mnany inquiries
through the mail.
The new warehouse commissioner
earnestly asks the co-operation of the
people of the State to make the ware
house system .a success. lie says that
lie is doing his best and with the co
operation of the press and public be
lieves the system will prove of great
benefit, not only to the cotton produc
ers, but to the mrchiants and business
interests and all the people of the
State. ir. McLaurin wants the farm
ers who ht1 ve their cotton at home In
tihe Cicouity to get acquainted with the
warehottse plans and store their cot
ton. lIe will ou tlilln tlis more inl de
tail it hIi statenent. to the pu1blic.
which will probably be gIven out inl
a few days.
Coiu) Issioner MeLaurin tonight anl
n1ouniiced the following re(uirementehts
for the State warehouse system:
No warehouse can be operated which
does not p.ay expenses. The State can
cha1rge 11 profit. btt must be protected
Operating expenses will vary with
different types of wareholuses and in
clude interest oni the capial invested
The State will take ove' a ware
house at a renttal wht ith will Iitchlude
the fi xod clharige of intercest otn ap
ItalI, salar y of' miana ger anid empt loyces,
all of which will bte a matte ofi' ad
justmnent bet1ween the St ate andi 11er
Sonis owinag thle pr'opterty, chanrges for'
storage beinig adjustcd to cov'er samte
in the inidividutal war'ehoutse.
It Is the pur ipose of the coitmmission
to encourage the er'ectioni of warc
houses In each communiity, which said
wvarchouses may be of brick or' coi'ru
gated Iron, and wvhich may be plankedl
upi at each end, wvitht not more thtan
800 bales in a wvar'ehoutse or complar't
ment therecof. These can be takeni over
at a nominal recntal, anid par'ties own
lng the warehouse can fix storage
charges to Include weighing, gr'adIing,
insurance and a small char'ge to defray
exptenses undler' this Act.
A bond will be r'equiired fiom t hose
local oillcers guarateecing weIghts,
gr'ades, condcition and the safe keepimi
of the~ cot ton In thteir elharge, si) as to
protect the State agaiist loss.
FALLING H AIR MEANS
DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE
t'aiie your Hair! (Oei a 25 (ent bttle
otf landuerine righti liow- --1son stops
Tlh In, biittle colorless a nd seraiiggy
hiIr is nmuteo evideince of a ineglected
scallp; of' dantd'uff-that awful scur'f.
There is nothlin tg so destru'c('tive to
thle Itair as dlandriu ff. It r'obs t0 hia'r
of Its lustre, its st rengthi and its very
1life; eventuliallIy prodluc ing a feveri
n ess and Itoh Iitg of thie, scailit, whiIcht
if niot rem'iiiii ed ('auses( Alhi ha ir r'oot s
to shintk, loosent and /die -ten thIs
haIr falls out fast. A/ !ttle Daimlei'i'e
Ioenih nbI ow --any I mne- --will sure'ily
save yati' hair.
(let ai 25 cent I jt le of Knowliton's5
Dantdet'rite from nty driug st ore 0or
toilet countet r, and after the fIi'st a i
iml lcation youri halir wIll takeon Otha lti
li fe, Iuistrme anid Iluxuii'antce wIchl is so
beautiful. It wIll become wavy and
fluffy and( have the appearance of
abuindane; an Incomparable gloss anad
softness. but what will please5 you
moAt willI be after just a tew weeks'
use, when you will octually see a lot
of fine downy hair-new hair-grow..
lng all over the scalp.
J. C. OTTS CHARGED
Former Solicitor and 0. 0. Thomirs
Waive IIearing-Otts says: "Conspl.
racy is ou Other Side."
Spartanburg, Nov. 6.-J. U. Ottl,
formerly solicitor and 0. G. Thomas,
a tombstone salesman, waived ire'im.
inary hearing and gave bond in the
sm of $200 each before M isti ale
Ilobert J. Gantt yesterday on 't ekstrge
of conspiracy made by B. P. Keller, an
Mr. Keller and Mr. OLts are oppos
ing lawyers iII litigation pending in
the oi court of common pleas. Accord
ing to Mr. Keller, Mr. Otts and Mr.
'T'loimias trie(i to bribe Mliss Clara Arn
old to get him into a compromising
situation, with a view of ruining his
Mrs. IduLa loach, a witness in the
case, also appeared inl Magistrate
(itt's office yesterdy and signed a
recognizance for her appearlance In
cou rt. C. C. Wyehe aiIppeared iII court
witl Thomas. Nieholls & Nicholls are
attorileys for Mr. Keller.
When seen last night Mr. Otts said:
'"Thle conspi racy Was omn the other
side." lie declinetd to mke fiurther
SEE IF THE C1LD'S
TONiUE IS COATED
Mo~the'ir!. Don't hesitate!. If crl'oss,
feierish, conlstipied, give "Ca1li-1
forni. syrup of 1 irs."
i.00k at the tongu e, m1other!I 1 Oait
cd, it is a sre sign that your little
ole's stoiach, liver and bowels need
a gentle, thorough cleansing at once.
When peevish. cross, listless, pale,
doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natu
rally, or is feverish, stomach sour,
breath bad: has stomach-ache, sore
throat, diarrhoea, full of eold, give a
teaspoonful of "Califo lda Syrup of
Figs," and in a few ho -s all the sour,
constipated wasto, ui gested food and
sour bile gently es out of its little
bowels without ping, and you have
a well, playful c illd again.
You needn't coax sick children to
take this harmless "fruit Itixative,"
they love its delicious taste, and it al
ways makes them feel splendid.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot
tle of "California Syru) of Figs,"
which has directions for babies, chil
dren of all ages and for grown-ups
plainly on tile bottle. Beware of coun
ter'eits sold here. To be sure you get
the genuline, ask to see that it is made
by "California Fig Syrup Company."
ltefuse any oilier kind with Contempt.
Where tle Tronle Lies.
ir. (G'eorgia Farmer:
The Reason Why is always a vital
question, so I stopped beside tIh'
road and illgired it out, and this is It:
The average Georgia Farmer gets
up early, at the alarm of a Connecti
cut clock, buttons his Chicago sis
lieniers to Detroit overalls, puts on
a palir of cowhide shoes made in
Ohio; washes in a Pittsburg till basin,
ising Cinciinal i soap and dries on a
cotton towel made in New Ilamp
shire: sits down to a Gpdrand aaids
table, eats hot biscuits made wilit
Minneapolis flour, K ansas CIty ba
con and indliana grits fried in Omiahna
Iard'n, cooked on a St. ILouis stove, huiys
I rishi Iotatoes giownii ni A lihiganI L ind
canined firuit liuit tip in C'aliftorn ia,sn
sonedi with Ii holide 1slandm sices;
elalps on hiis old w~ool hat made in
PhIladelphia, puts New~ York harnilless
on a Missourii mule, fed on Iowa ('orni,
plows his farm, cov'ered by a Massa
chusett s imrtgage, with ani I ndia na
At night lie cr'awls under' a New
Jcirscy blanket. and is kept awake by ai
Geoi'gia (log, the only home0 product
on the pla1ce, and1( wonders why lhe
Mroral-Pa'mtronize home industr'ies.
Spend yoiii mioniey whlere it will give
you a maiket foi' whlat y'ou grow, and~
thus make money aiid incr'ease the
valiue oif youri farim. ThIs is pl iic
spirit and the hIghest form (of patrii
(1. W. Woodiuff.
F"Oit IIE.\D ('OLDS 011 .\NY
Surely uIse Illyome(: it Cic.kly c'(lars
the head. strops thle disagi'ecable nasal
dlsischarge's, soothes and1( heals thle in
firn'ied iinig oi thei airi passa5Lg(.+-y'ou
feel bcttr ai Lt on1ce.
When Ci youri no(striils aire ('loggnd, you
suiftfer with diull headaI~ches, oi' hav'e
that ('onistant frog ini the throat, hlyo
mei i is thle r'eedy that wvill give thle
quiic kest, most ('fleetivye anad lastinug r'e
lief piossibtle--it goes 'i'ght to the
('auise oft the troubile( aiid luick'lly ends
yoil i'sry.'V You slin $y breatthe
lItyomuel nsing the . NialV inhaler' that
comes(' with It ver'iy C tij ete outtit.
II yoimeilii itmedinate1, fenchles allI thle
r'aw~ anid iutnieid tis. ies tiing the
noLr and1( thri'at driinug (l tih' PoISOn
nut tser'r etLins andir heLIIin g the sore
spots- -diull headnehles v'anii sh -3you
bnr'athe f'reel!y. l'v'n the' worst cases
respiondr (ttiickly. it is imposislile to
lIIyomiel cnn htle hadr fi'om 1.a trenus
Dri'ug ('o. and is very incx pensivec.
llemairkablle ('nre of ('roump,
''Last wvinter' wh'en my13 lilttle boy had
cr'op I got him a bottle of Chambenr
lain's Cough Remedy. I honest be
lieve it saved his life," wriites Mrs. ,J.
13. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It cut tihe
phl11egm and relieved his coughinag
spells, I amn most gr't~eful ron what
this remedy has done for himn" For
8ale by all dealers.
Four Gold Watches to Be Given
We iave four go(ld watchles to le given to tle loosters. T-e will
b' given durin the ne.xt sixteen wekhs Ain th. followiing way:
One watch will be giveln at the vnd of e(ach four, coisectitive' weeks
alftel t!h.e coulit, onl .\onday, Nov. 16, to ay 13ooster who casts tI
mos Rost er Coulponls dutrinilg tihie leriod of four weeks. All cou pon s
Cast in Ilese contests count (oil tile Granod Prize for the BIest Boost, r
in the Booster Club Cam iaigin, hut all Iloostels sItat evei in l e
wxth coitest of four weeks: thus each Itooster, hiphl or low inl
thw club, h1! the satue opportil ity in :1ch1 waztol vent est. Ally
l"ooste' having wot a watch froi tie store will iot Ie allowed to
n1ter the followilng watclh cewlists.
In :u;. of a to te the rmin wt: bo sold Ad auction antd the money
divided. The tirs \'ach Com'eis; .- from .\londay, Nov. 1; to Moln
day, I)e. I 1.
Sef t e e r st oe (for lig s pecia ll o i in Free ot erltCI'
Coupon0s. Ask us about it.
One thousand coupons will be: giy.e to any good musician for
music which will be rendered at our"store from 2 p. n. to 4 p. m
J. C. Burns & Company
The Booster Store
Laurens, S. C.
We have placed on our shelves and counters
full lines of goods Adopjed for the approaching
season's wear, where qality and price is uniform.
They embrace in /'pAt a full line of Silks, Dress
fabrics in plain col6ts, also in variegated blending
of shades in plaid effects.
Special value in Hosiery and Underwear.
All standard domestic goods at lowest prices.
The very latest in Ladies neckwear.
Many are looking with alarm at the wave of
rposperity receding. Swift and unexpected
changes have taken place in the commercial world
in recent months. Europe for the spresent has
dethroned King Cotton, but this fibre has lost
none of its intrinsic value in the manufacturing
world and will retain first placc among textile
W. G. Wilson &Co
CARPETS AND RUGS!
You cannot afford to trust valuable Car
pets and Rugs for leaning to m ethods that
are incorrect and unsafe. Our methods are
safest and cleanse them throughout with a
revival of lateh tolors, making them like
Inew and w i 4ut damage to the finest
fabrics. We also Dye Carpets and Rugs
when possible to harmonize with color
Footer's Dye Works
Always Safest and Best
We uld Like to Have Your Next
Ordero JOB PRINTING, How