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Mr. M. T. Simpson, of Cross Hill, was
a visitor In the city Friday.
Mrs. T. L. Timmerman is visiting
relatives in Spartahburg this week.
Mr. J. C. 1Pywer, of Route No. 1, was
In the city Saturday.
Miss Velma Smith, of 14asley, is the
guest of Miss Sadie Sullivan, onl West
'Miss Corrie Hart will leave today for
the lower part of the state for an ex
tended visit to relatives.
Mrs. H. M. SIhell, who has been very
sick for several weeks is now rapidly
Mr. J. A. Arnold, of Williamston, is
In attendance upon the session.: of the
court of commIlon pleas.
Mr. J. F. Caudle, oIUnion, is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. II. Terry during .\rs.
Mrs. Nellie Terry, of Rockingham,
N. C., is expected in the city today to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Terry.
Mrs. A. P. Harrison and children, of
Albermarle, N. C., are visiting Mrs.
Mattie Balle, on West Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 10. Minter, of Seladia,
spent Sunday in the city as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. 1N. P. Minter.
Mr. Roland Moseley, who was pain
fully hurt in a'football game at Column
bia during fair week is spending some
time in the city with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. D. Moseley, while recover
ing from his injuries.
Rev. W. R. Minter, of Lincolton, N.
C., preached at both the morning and
evening services at the Presbyterian
church Sunday, devoting his morning
sermon to the cause of foreign mis
sions. Both services were largely at
tended, Rev. Minter holding the undi
vided attention of his hearers during
two interesting discourses.
It Pays to Advi~lser.
That advertising pays, especially for
cows, is proven by the experience of
Mr. Warren Dolt. Early last week Mr.
Bolt lost a valuable feline and "know
not where to find her". He advertised
on telephone posts, bare walls and
elsewhere in hopes of regaining her,
but all in vain. At last, but not yet.
discouraged, he came into The Adyer
tiser omfee and planking down a quar
ter of a dollar asked that one of those
famouse little want ads be fixed up
-"Lost, strayed or stolen, etc". Al
ready aware of the strenuous efforts
previously ult forth by Mr. Dolt to find
the gentle milker, the Want Ad man
was a little averse to taking the busi
ness being of the reputation of
the little wonder workers. But, with
an eye on the small coin and thoughts
of sevenl cents cotton, a nice little ad
was worded and the admonition jok
ingly given Mr. Bolt to put his head
out of the window the following morn
ing and watch for someone leading his
cow home. Confidence in tihe wonder
worker had not been mispilaced, how
ever, according to Mr. Holt, for on ris
lng the next morning and going to the
back door-Lo, the long lost one was
wvaiting at the gate. She had nt even
waited to be lead.
How Th (lve Quinine To Children.
PEBnRIINE is the trade-mnnrk name given to an
improved Quinine, It is a Tasteleb~s Syrup. pleas.
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and niever know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine,.e Does nause ate nor
<ause nervousness nor ningiig the head. Try
it the next time you need O se for any pur
pose. Ask for 2-ounon package, The
name FIWDRIIIN is blown Inbttle. 25 cenAs.
The Only Sure Endier of All Corns.
D~esperate, are you, over trying to
get rid of corns? Quit using old form
ulas uinder new names, bandages,
winding-tap~es and cottoni rings that
cnake a fat little package out of your
toe. Qpitt punIshing your ifeet ily
using toe-eating salves' and ointmnents.
Toe use knives, fies, scissors and
razors, slicing and hacking at a eora,
This is the Crip of thea Happy, Coraless
Footernity of "CETS-iT."
only. make It grow faster and bigger.
It also brinigs danger of bleeding and
blood pioisoni. The new way. the new
primnclple never known before in corn
history, is "GliCTS-lT". It's a liquid
-- drops on a corn don's tihe work.
inin goes, the corn beginis to shrivel
andi out it conmes! You apply It in two
second~s. Nothing to stick1 nothinmg to
hurt, and~ it never fails.
Try "GI'YTS-IT" tonlight on cor'ns,
calluses, warts or bunions.
"G10TS-IT" is sold by druggists ev
erywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct
by .1. IAwrence & Co.. Chicago.
"GIDT8-I" is sold in Laurens by
Laurens Drug Co. and Rays Pharma
.Rock Hill,, Nov. 7.-The first nuar
riago ceremony performed in the
handsome new Oakland Avenue Pres.
byterian church 'was that of Tuesday
evening when Miss Anna Kate Fewell.
daughter of Mrs. Kate Fewell, of this
city became the bride of Henry .lohn
Winn of Clinton.
\Vith Miss Anna Roddey Miller at
the organ, Mrs. J. Barron Steele end
.J. Wilson Moore sang as a duet. Offn
back's "Barcarolle," and Mrs. Steele
sang "Because." To the strains of
the Lohengrin1 bridal chorus the wed
ding processlon passed iII alternae
couples down tile aisles as follows:
First the ushers, Charlie Fewell, Rich
ard Fwell, Wildam Sadler and
George Beech. 10ntering singly down
two brothers, John and Will Fewell,
and Frances May Milling and William
Jacobs and E. L. Cooper; Misses Jes
sie 'Dillard of Clinton and Cecil Few
oil and Wilson hlarris and Carlton
Winn. The maid of honor, Miss Li
lie Love, of this city immediately pre
ceded the bride, who entered with her
twon brothers, John and Will Fvewell.
this arrangement giving a beautif'l
and unusual touch of sentiment. Th I
groom was attended by his brother.
Charles Winn, as best man. Talking
their places before the oficlating min
ister, the Rev. Alexanedr Martin, th,
ring service was perforifed. The
maids and their attendant groois men'
maet in front of the pulpit and crossing
I here took places upon the platform.
The bride's rich brunette beauty
was accentuated by the soft shimmer
Ing gown of charmneuse, with silk laen,
and net tunis, the veil covering the
face, crowned with valley lillics and
touching the hem of the court train.
Her shower -bouquet was of bride
roses, 11111es and asparagus fern, tied
Leaving 'the church in reverse or
der. the bridal party and out-of-town
vIsitors and a few close friends re..
paired to the home of the bride
where an informal reception was held.
A buffet supper was served by Misses
Margaret Thompson, Leona Moore,
Margaret Fewell and Anna Cabeen
Gill. The cutting of the bride's cake
afforded much amusement. The rin
fell to Miss Frances May Milling, the
dime to Miss Jeasio Dillard and the
thimble to Miss Anna Roddey Miller.
The bride, changing her costume for
n tra veling suit of dark green broad
eloth with velvet hat, the young
couple left on the evening tIrain for
Charlotte and th'vnee to Clinton.
HEAVYY' COTTON GINNINGS.
Fourth Ginniing Report Shows ieavy
Increase Over tast Year.
Washington, Nov. 9.-The fourth
cotton ginning report of the season.
coniiled from reports of census bu
reau correspondents .and agents
throughout the cotton belt and issued
at 10 a. in., today, announced that
9,828,695 hales of cotton, counting
round as half bales, of the growth
of .19141 has been ginned prior to No
venmber 1 . This compared with 8,
836.396i bales, or 63.2 per cent, of tihe
entire crop, ginned prior to November
1, last year, 8,896,222 bales, or 65.8 per
cent. in 1912, and 9,970,905 bales or 6.1
per cent In 1911. The average qluantity
of cotton ginned prior to November 1
in the past seven years was 8,336,349,
or 63.4 per cent of the crop.
Included in the ginnings were 23,
976 round bales, compared wvith 61,
577 last year, 54,539 in 1912, and 68,
313 in 1911.
Sea Island cotton included numbered
43,331 .bales, compared ,with 42,804
bales last year; 28,887 bales in 1912,
and 56,563 bales in 1911.
Ginnings prior to November 1 inl
S'outhi Carolina wvithi comparisons for
the past three years and the percent
age of the entire crop ginned in this
state prior to that date in the same
Ye'ar Bales Per Cent
19141. ... .... .....910,103 ..
1913 .... .. .......846,460 59.7
1912 ...... .. .....730,690 59.7
1911 .. .. .........1,022,611 6'0.4
Glinnings of Sea Island cotton prior
to November 1, by states:
Year Florid Georgia S. Carolina
1914.1 ,. . .19,270 23,181 877
1913 . . .,.16,356 24,570 1.878
1912 . . . .11,067 16,276 1,5541
1911 . . . .21,038 33,8141 1,6814
The next ginning report of the ccen
sus bureau will be issuced at 10 a. mn.,
Saturday, November 21, and ill show
the quantity of cotton ginned prior to
Try Th'ils For Your ('oughm.
Tihousanids of people keep coughIng
beCcause unable to get tihe right renm
0(dy. Conghs tare caused b~y 1n1imma-.
tion of Throat and Bironchial TPubes.
What y'ou neced is to soothe this In
flammiation. Take Dri. Kilng's Newv Dis
covery, it ienetirates the dlelicate mt
coils lining, raises the Phlegm and
quickly relieves tile congested mem
branes. (lot a 50ce bottle from your
druggist. "Dr. King's New Discov
ery quiekly and completely stopped
my cough," writes J1. R. WVatts, Floy
dale, Texas. Money back if not satis
fle, hmt it nearly alwnys helna.
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RABUN NEWS. *
Rabun, Nov. 9.-We're having very
cold weather this week, but it is fine
for 'tater digging time.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens spent several
days last week with irs. John Hellamns
of Shiloh section.
Airs. Lizzle Check visited Mrs. Anna
West of Poplar section last Wednesday
Mrs. .Nancy Owens spent Thursday
WithI Mrs. Imily Woods of Eden coin
Messrs. T. F. Babb and Houston
Babb, Mrs. T. b. F. Dbb and Miss Niac
Uabb were in Greenville Thursday.
'Mi1ss Edna Owens spent last week
with Miss 'Margle Holder of Green
Mr. and Mirs. Dunk Nesbitt of Pied
mont spent several days last week with
Mrs. Lizzie Cheek.
ir. Smith Martin or Warrior was vis
iting in Rdenl and Rabun communities
Sunday and .londay.
Messrs. Downs Malion, Laurence
lahon and Sloan Mlahon were in Lau
rens Saturday on business.
Ar. Stewart Alhon and family were
visiting Mlr. and Mrs. C. A. Babb or
Elden section einday.
The farmers are now rushing to get
ill their cotton ginned before cold
weather cones to stay.
Mrs. Pleas Dolt of Me'rna section,
was visiting in this comm il unity Sun
Nirs. T. 10. 1abh. and111 .iss Map Dabb
were in Laurens Alonday, shopping.
Mr. Walter Baldwin and liss Vera
were in Laurens Mlonday, on business.
Richmond Oversubscribes to Fund.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 9.-Compara
tively little cotton is planted in this
state, but the business men of Virgin
In have subscribed more than her quo
ta of one million dollars to the Wade
cotton loan fund. Richmond's portion
of one half million dollars was over
subscribed about thirty thousand dol
lars within twenty-seven minutes at a
meeting of the chamber of commerce.
The Richmond list was headed by the
Virginia Carolina Fertilizer company
with one hundred thousand dollars, the
largest sIngle subscription, being live
times as lar'ge as the next highest.
Hot Supler at Mountville.
3Mountville, Nov. 9.--The ladies of the
School improvemien.t association will
servo a genuine old fashion hot supper
in the school building next Friday
night, the 13th. A musical programe
will be arranged for the entertainment
of the crowd. The association has re
cently been re-organized with some ae
tive members in charge, who have
planned some decided improvements in
the equipment of the new building. 16v
erybody (!omeo and get a good supper
and forget the hard times.
ellPort of the Condition of
ENTERt1tllSE N.\TIONAL B.N iK,
nt Laurens, in the State o S. C., it
the clos. of business, October ist,
Loans and Discounts . .. .$29 1,900.53
Ov'erdranfts. secured an u11 n
C'ommiier'ia Il aper' dleposi t
ed1 to secuere cIrculation . . 44,1414.95
Stock in Federal Reserve
hank .. ..,.... .... 1,250.00
I anking I louse, Fur:n Ituere
and Fixtures .. .. .... 26,466.16
D~ue fr'om National Banks
.(nxot i'eserve agents) . . 5,418.0
D~ue fr'om State and Private
Banks and Bankers, Trust
Companies, and Savings.. 4,764.33
D~ue from appr) iov'ed Reserve
Agents in Central Cities 4.755.29
Checks and otiter' Cash
Ites... .... .. .... 2,454.31
Exchanges for Clearing
House ..,.. .... .... 9,178.25
Notes of other National
lianks ....... .,... 6,440.00
Fractional Paper Currency,
Nickels, and Cent s.. . .' 3 31.46
Lawful Money Reserve I'
ntotes .........73S 0 6,.583.00
Fle'lemipt ion fun 111 thit S.
Tr'ieasuirer' (5 per e n' of
(circutla tioni )........ .. .. 1050.00
Tlotl .. .. .. . ..... .$110,225.50
LI1Af1i blTI CS:
Ca:pimal Stock Paid it .. . .$l00,000.00
Sur 'olus futnd . .. .. . .. 25,000.00
lIn~d Ividedl Profits, less Ex
penises andi 'Taxes Panid. . 12,776.55
National Ilank Notes out
staniding .. .. .... .. 31,000.00
lividends unpiIaid ,..'.... 165S.50
Indilviduattil Deposits 5subjhect
to tceck .. .... .. .... 11 5,S29.6
30 days or after ntotice of 30
days or longer...........61,781.32
('a 'hi~er's cheek (15otttstanid
lills iayal'e, inicluding ob
l igatIion s rep resentliing
mioney horro''wed . . . . . . t2, 000.00
Tlal .. ..... ....$,225r.o,
State of South C'arolinta,
(County of Laut'ens.,s
I. (Chas, ii. Roper, ('ashier of thle
inhove-name ban( ifllk, do, sol emnlly swear'
that thte above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
S'ubscribedl andi swvorn to before mue
this 10th dlay of Nov., 191..
W. G. Lancaster',
Correct Attest: S. M. Wilkes, C. E.
Kennedy, . M R Dial. 'Directors.
Siouldered Several Days.
About seven o'clock Sunday even
Ing a stHi alarm was sent in to the
fire department to put out a smoulder
lng blaze in a bale of cotton on the
platformi of the Laurens Bonded Ware
house Company. The hose wagon car
rying several willing helpers was drv-.
en to the scene, where the bale was
found very hot but not yet in lames.
It Was dragged to the Robertson Ilotel
colner ad anI opening made in its
sidl. Wter was forced into it and
the blaze extinguished. It is thought
that a spark or match got into the cot
ton While It was being ginned Friday
anid that it had slowly burned until
found Sunday evening. It was dis
covered by a railroad tralinman who be
Pan a search after smelling the es
Ibagistrate Crews Jiesigns.
Magistrate W. T. Crews, appointed
by Gov. Blease to fill the vacancy mtade
by the death of Magistrate .1. .1 llud
gesix lit 1911 aid elected to a two year
tert in 1912, has resigned the ofice
amli l. P). Traynhamt, recently elected
to take oflice lit 151~ has been appoint
d by Gov. Ulease to fill 0ttI tihe ituniex
ied tet'm. Magistrate Traynhamt has
s tiecumdI olllites in the n'iterprfse Na
tionlal 11,11n1 bailing where hie will
T11INI TT.11MDGE114 NTERTVI.%IN3I1NWr.
3u1lsteier ntd 03ster Supper Friday liv.
enmiig 111 Night.
The ladies of the Rural School l
provement association, of the Trinity
Ridge school, will have a musical and
serve refreshmnents at the school build
ing Saturday evening and night for
the benefit of the school. Oysters, ice
cream and cake will be sold at a mod
crate price from six until tell o'clock.
At eight o'clock a musical prograi
will be rendered by the Laurena Quar
tet, composed of Messrs. Jack M1c
Cravy, R. G. Franks, Charles and Ed.
Hicks. To the musical entertainment
an admission fee of fifteen cents will
Tle ladies of the improvement asso
clation are making a special effort to
raise the funds to finish paying for the
school furnishings. Within a few day;s
the shipment of auditorium benches
and window shades are expected and
'it is esired that the cash be raised with
which to pay for theni. Attendance is
invitedl not only frot the surrounding
country but from Laurens and nearby
towns as well.
Laurens, S.. C
to buy Horse
airy. Must bz
14 3-4 to 1
Ibring in you
LOW PRICES ON STOVES
Two solid car loads to select from. Any size
or kind of stove you may want. Every stove a
Small No. 8 Stove and Pipe
Be sure to see our line before you buy any
thing in the stove line. Our prices will save you
money. Our goods are guaranteed.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Don't Delay Treating Your Cough. paralyzing effect of disorders In the
A slight cough often becomes soil- jfemale orgri-ism-the misery of It
ous, Lungs get congested, Bronchial and its depressing influence on the
Tubes fill with mucous. Ypur vitall- mind. Many woplen who formerly suf
ty is reduced. You need 'Dr Bell's fered from thok disorders owe their
Pine-Tar-Honey. It so th s your irri- esent heal to DR. SIMMON'S
tated air passages, 1 enis mucous S..--QIAW VljK WVINK~ It exercises a
din l makes your syste resist Colds, powerful restorative influence on the
Give the Baby and Clil ren Dr. Beil' renaie generative system, builds ip a
I'lie-Ta r-1lon ey. It's guaranteedl to trinog body, restores healthy regular
elp them. Only 25c at your druggist. *Ity and lpronotes cheerfulness and a
anda rosy cormplexion. Pice $1.00 per
Only a womaan can understand the bottle. Sold by all dealers.
s and Mules
1 be at Ch 0ss Stables,
~day, Nov. 14th
s and Mules suitable for cay
e in good condition and from
S3-4 hands high.
ight a load of horses here
t and paid good prices. So