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ueen or Dary iaid
Ambition the Same
In the expectant mother's miad there
Lq no limit to what the future has In store,
and yet during the po.
riod of expectancy,
nittcl depends upon
the physical comfort of
the mother. One of tho
best aids Is a reinedy
Lniown as "Mother's
Friend." Applied over
the niu1scles,, It penle
trates to the net work
of nerves, relieves the
Tains incident to
stretching of cords and
ligamenits., linnkes thent
Plian11lt, InduIcs (lai1y
comfort, restfut nights.
nI calm ind111 anid plensant anticipation. Yol1
wev it wilhi your ovin hand, apply It as need
qL. nnd at once feel a sentse of relief.
Mothers who have learied all this from
experieice tell of the blessed relief from
norning sickntess, the absence of strain and
the uidouitesd healthful Influence hiparted to
the cunmin" baby.
(let a bmittlo of this splendid help today.
i'himmio voir nearest druggist or swd for It.
'licum write lIradileld Regulator Co., 409 La
iar P1.1g., Atlanta, Ga., for a valuiable book
of I uist rel0lion for expectant nmothers.
"Molither's Friend" is recommended every
where by women who have used it. And you
ite r ti ois I interting Iettrs if you
B. R. TODD
Fugineering and Contracting
Land Surveys a Specialty
.-ncrete Work Skillfully done or In
Drawins and estimates of all Kind
Telephone No. 346
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a 5 eO l r aI5uon
aqJ a ralaable
enjoymen 1q e -
IM, L.J5 h4 500J
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AE~on Ask forLa
EntrprseBan Biing SutrnsS
N.ue to oAn onR A . C. T~t onp
Simp Ln C ooprDDab
Attorneys at Law.
yonel to wlan on Rel state -L'ongr
Sim son CoopeAihusr &iug. Babb
Prom I dAft e i fion ii AlsnessI
W'llPrcie in l l State (ourt
I, i o si ig y, rs t orsus
S~DBY Dm!GGIISTS FVFRVWHLR
L1AIJILENS Iffl( STORE.
Undertakers and Embalmera
ICall, answered any hours, day or night.
LAUFTiNM, S. C.
NAMES NEW BOARD
FOR NAVY'S GOOD
Danlels Appoints Secretar)s Advisory
Counil. 'Two from this Statte.
Washington, Jie 23.-Ceation of
"the secretary's advisory council" in
the navy department to include the
assistant secretary, the chief of oper
ations, the bureau heads and other
Ialval officers was ainioutnced tonight
by Secretary Daniiels. At the same
time the secretary made known l his In
tent ion to discontinue the system of
(apt. .Josiah S. .IKe(Nan, now com
nainding the battleship North )ako
fa, has been designated asistnti I for
muaterial to the chief of operIatiolls.
Capt. Vol ney 0. Chiase piloulsly had
I.eei named as asslstant fCor. opa
i'nder the lpreseit organization al
t le dlparttineit. tle advisory cou1ncil
will be coilposed or Assistant Secre
lary loosevelt, IHeal Admiral lhq'nisoln.
chiefl of operations, and the following
hureau chiefs: Rear Admiral llte,
na\ igation; Hear Admiral Stiauss. ord
na.nce: Rear Admiral ("rillinl, stal
eligineering; IRear Adirlal Taylor,
constriict Ion and repa'irs; R ear, Ad
nilra'al Stanford, yards aid docks;
Rear Admiral .Mc(lowan, snlmdies and
accouits; Hear Admiral lraisted,
mlledicinWe aid surgery; I.lI. (en. (wt.
Iarnett, commtander of the niaine
corps; ('apt. Ridley .lcl.ean, judge ad
vocalte general of t he navy.
This coiiell will meet with the sec
retary every Thu11irsday aaid oftcner on
The council is a 'inew holy, authoc
ized by congress this year, a.nd is hIlie
lughest board in tle navy deltarat
mltit. Its tmtemnbers have oe selectd tl
froi tile best and iots 'tllclent iei
In the navy.
hlow to Gra'ow Full Irish P'ottiato's.
I have grown fall polatovs suI(ceS.
futlly for t years, makiig from 111)
to 210 bushels Per' ner. I use Wtie
lookout Mouatain variety. l'ttat's
grownl onel fall1 and keptIl over. anld used
for seed the following fall. I di lnt
grow this polation at all inl the splinag.
I usually use land that lhas bten ill
grait. As soon as grain is oT 1the
laand I bcreiak two or thr''e' tiie.; liar
rowing aft er each greaing. Alimt
II days before platinilag I Ilit in .1no
but Ito st able Imnure. I tIut I hiS I
L.,ra in1. I Iough 1 finanurs 11.lk 4 oa.1114
seaby k 1 use fr Iom GiOn to N111 Wf 6- 1A
guiano to an i avro, mixed w\.(.I ill thei
furrow andth ( tenl plow otu t toiult'.
'I'lTen as sooni after tthe "tht otf . .uly
as there is a season in the grolld I
'dant li three-foot rows, rie'
potatoes (which are (.n1 inl ralter
large pieces and aer aady "prout
ed) about 12 inches apart. I open
planting furrow four or five inch's
tdee, followinag itamediately wlito
tatoes, then covmriig :at o'. Thi
is important. as it prevent's the sun
injuring the potatoes andi the lant
drying out before pottoes ale coV
eaed. low out mtidales aand14 harrow
level, It .otatoe are not ua in In
dhays hiarrowii again. Cutlt iva t' shiailo(w
and( oftent utt iI vin es ar'e tooi lage.
lha rvest abtoit tIwo w~eeks aftera inae's
are killed or' before hard't fraeeze s cohn'.
'The'y cani be kept ini grotunad all uin t
ter' by t.troinag initme liti on themia
wiitht the lowi% I k''p mintte int a houase
ohnipent tloors, (onlt aboullt the otther,'
aaoiu te feel bietw'eena ta''h, Iot a
toes atbouit twio and~ ont-haalf feet deep
(ln eachiloo'. This alows llttatoes'
to dr ay otut and1( to htav'e light. andti a ira
as Itle sprti ng mtoth ls ('ome( ont. I hil
t ha t they sltrout less withII 'linly or
Ilight, so I have irte ov'er'Ilt the doors
and windows andI opent themat when'
the wieathIear gets warmti
P ota toes that are to Ibn uastedt tor'
etinlg shtould lie kept in thlet d~a'k aill
thte timle, as lIght taar'ns themn greena,
amakiang theim hitter' aand iaiitt for uase.
They ar'e uisetd on iay table (st('wed't
oi' baked, Fraenchi fr'ied, chilps, ('teamti
ed, salad or atny, of thle numaeraouas
ways In whicht they cant he uised fi'oam
('arly3 fall unattl Isping to taltoes 'omie
In. We nevetr tir o 'Cf thema.
I tlani't fromi 10 to 121 hutshels pea'
aicra. Utn (loll ot traoabIe thIiis fall
ci'op. I have nei'er been traoaablled
w'it h 1)bilit, but I ustaall y splray wi thI
Ihoadeauax amixturte as a preveanti'e.
WV. P. IlarrIs.
Onau, n (I
* Jl.IBKSDALE INEWS. *
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flarlsdale, .lune 25.-The people are
buixsy in tIhis connnunity miiastering the
grass, aid tre succeeding in the
We are proud to state that Mrs. J.
Y. Hlenderson an(d two of her grand
children, Allie antid Annie iBishop, who
have been sick for somin ine are bet
(cr. Miss Algel, the ntiirse, came to
Qttile a large crowd eljoye( i line
sernmon at1 Highland Miome Stinday,
delivered by I1ev. .1. A. Irock, also the
good singiiig 'iirnished by Mr. Wilkie,
.\ilr. Elmlore Il'tnaln anld others.
.Mrs. W. II. iksda le, .\Mrs. W. A.
Gar-rett, .\r. anid .\rs. I'lugeno CVoin
iings anmd daughter Alaska, \I Iss
i.lizah i iIarksda le and lMiss Daisy
hialdwill were those who attelided the
W. .\M. 8. Sqaturday and Sunday at (Uray
Court. 'leiy report splendid services
a1nd4 a Ia rge aidilenice.
.\iss idez Ilaldwin returned last
week from Ion alds 'xhere she has
it'en visiting her brol her, I- cier,
f'ornerly oit' this contiy.
Quoite a iminhler of friends and rela
lives atteided the iriilI exercises
ai iigiland .\onie of Mrs. hIl )ial
Stltiay hist at .i p). I.
A Few of, te initeresteid people of
ti4' e ilI iintIitIly enjoyed a ilne talk von
e'rning the School liiiprovemilnt Asso
"iatlion gve bY l'rofessor. Ralph Wil
s.oi of Owings la s Wvediesday.
APPEAL FOR PEACE
Siteliare that ile i'e4opie Wiit. 'eace.
Golerniineint ('alled Upon to .lake.
known its iesire for l'eace.
IieI'lin, .1 u ite 2. - -Th boa rii of dirlcV
tor's 0Ir inanlaging enl ll ee1v of 11he
Soiin [i llocin ratic paIrIy inl (4inanly,
ha:1- published in The \'ortn1aarts" a1
1,u11 pagev appeal Ifor peace.
This inttritsling ioietiitiil valls ror'
an n ill o thilv .Ife 111141 circ4 i 'sanest'
which will ntiak possilrlienitd shi ps
wit n ih i nations, 1and '
forth u t t c iarly thil opposition of
'w h partty t1 ifli Wilo tital coni'IIs1 and
Unittei. liol. Thie p ojlil wallt l ilei,
if dI'laIrcs, and ih gover 1''i'illt i I. .a
4d 1111t inl tlIh aitne or hinani y, to 1'to
inaki li'wanIt itsrainessl to anterl
lil' an14:al be ii's w ith iIties i 'uler
In thi lac that thv Socialists ftori
. I lain ru;tt and worlod vainly fIor
;Iln internatiot al rtu i iert ianding, il
wi - w r d]id (' ill, hey plac il hI1)1
ts I s tat the displsal ofth'e ho he'
h:1t. It ref r.: Ilth e declaratioti of,
1114' I adsy inad illh livicbstag Auig
1,i1, i t hit b u aid: " t (ettoabind a1
s'oon aui stlli' hasi beten sfretaltad
WIIr oppio il~l-I., aIre inelinled to peace,
ihat th14, war hi t bilroiiught tot bed
thlroua-h a peace. which will muake pos- 4
M11b1. fricrishipsA with nigh-IIbor-ing nla
I it () :~ tt~ iI (Iill' "o i i'i e Ii4i'f
'TI' atit141 closi s wit (h11ese words:
ita'Ifthiitos rwich dilyt ot u de ad
n'et sait is tisoot (tldaw('t lfou
iiidltibet' oeduriei lunds tofl exr
Ili'utin(' all t heairn in it, i'n
alliked y goErely speiorfaorces
has lhts' farle vailorousli efendedhar
l'elft' agatins allht tnenes;1 brought
lhe i tavai 1001 istsation patt agt nid
der1nontra1t~ied tha whas unii cntera-s
"l1'Inthei Ilo.rttineofhm nil and eto
myir iatio uh allbous" rt by N
all delals. egvrnetthti
in the helieret nd Whoeter
ther iflunceon hei ow tgoerSn
hasgven m entie sa Lafaciong.d
curd m whn wa aillted Fis
Top Dresser Year
If you have fertilized your crops lightly at planting time, or used fertilizer
lacking in potash, it is not too late to remedy this, provided you Top or
Side dress with a fertilizer containing sufficient proportions of all three
necessary elements of plant food-Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia and Potash.
Do not make the mistake of using a material that contains Nitrogen
(Ammonia) only, such as Nitrate of Soda. To get the increase in fruitage,
as well as stalk and foliage, use ROYSTER'S TOP DRESSERS, which
not only provide ammonia in quickly available form, but also phosphoric
acid and POTASH.
Will stimulate the growth'of your crop, increase the yield,' overcome
unfavorable seasonal conditions, and check the tendency in cotton to
blight and shed.
Avallable Ammonia Potashl
PRESTO TOP DRESSER, - - 4. 10. 4.
'ROYSTER'S SPECIAL TOP' DRESSER, 4. 7.50 2.50
MAGIC TOP DRESSER - - - - 9. 3.
Royster top dressers, like all Roygter Fertilizers, are backed by experience:
compounded on scientific principles: plant-food for the plant'at just the
proper time and ;in right proportions: mechanical condition perfect.
Look for the.trade-mark on tevery. bag.
send postar for book on Top'Dresslng and name of neareit Royster Dealer.
F. S. ROYSTER ' GUANO COMPANY,
Norfolk, Va. Charlotto, N."C. ' Tarhoro, N. C. ColuiI, S. .
Spartanburg, S. U. Atlanta, Ga. ( acon, Ga. Coluibui. (a.
Montgomery, Ala i Ualtimoro, Md.
Nollev In lirehy given that I have
lost stock cerliticate No. M; for Jlve
>sars of tle npai tal ock of i.,uirens
UTrust Coinl iany, a corporallon char
lered 1111der te aws of tIhe State of
Soith Carolinia, With Ils pirIllli
U nu su al, O pportlii ity . 1lace of lusiness at l,aurens, S. C.,
and Ithat I will on the 21st day of .luly,
1115, apply to Said corior'atiol for a
new certilicale Jin the place and stead
of the one so lost.
-. .-_ - d1). A. . Davis.
TO notice Iial oil i le d day of
.TOly, we will ree a final acconilt
of oulr actsand doings as AdIiin0sra
YOUR tors of the ('41a11u of Shermnan Prank
lin1, deceased. I. thle ollice of the
.ludge of Probate of LIlures countly
-it 1 o'clockI. at. nli., 1and4 onl thle 1,aine
-.-EYES ~1 l wil ayply for a inal <ischarge
- fromt our Irusts as Ad inist rators.
Any' pel'sons' indebled to said estate
a'e nolilled and Iei4liirled to make pay
Suhier ont i iilt date; anld all pesolns
Daviig claint1s againist maid estate will
Dr. A. D. Suhler, the .Eminent Eye tl'l1 41 ard
dil4ly provi'nl, 4)4 he forev\''Ia~d
Sight Specialist and assistant, will be in < *V .
our city for a few days. All -suffering with n I
headache, eye strain, nervou.sness, or those
in need of glasses, should avail themselves <*fsr o)IOF sO(TTu CARI4NA
of this opportunity. Thoi isands of eye , ScnNrship Examiniaflon.
sufferers have been relieve l by their new w UieSe of s.etioJI ca'rolia
, Wferli a Tenehcler's Seholar.ship) to onef
and original methods, evei i after others Voling. m1an from eaeh collilty. e
have failed. So do not give up hope but lel a iJ. oi firmWr al fees, Imiount
wait until they come. ''iJ.r allaon will e hold at (lie
enunilty e t.Friday, .hlly 9th1, 191r),
Geieral .entan I e'I exam tiat f1is will he
W ill be at Hotel L aurens week Ield a m e t"l.nef l
commencing July 5th. Examina- ,am" "n 1 "'m l ""a"w
scinc, ~isor',law and huISIness,
tion Free. wIte at (,ncel for an 1pnnon 1
lniverslity of Soilh Carolina,
CK WHITE T N
the Shoes be Black, Whlite'or 'Tan -2 In I Gives
that Won't Come Off on the Chy')thes -Brilliant -
The "Easy-Opening" Box, loc.
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