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After Four Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
Conditions, Ms. Bullock Gave and I gave up In despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle of
Up in Despair. Husband Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com
Came to Rescue. menced taking it. From the very first
dose, I could tell it was helping me. I
can now walk two miles without its
Catron, Ky.-In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work."
from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock If you are all run down from womanly
writes a% follows: "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman's tonic.. It has helped
this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a millior.4omen, in its 50
while, and could not walk anywhere at years of conti success, and should
all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help ;, too. Your druggist has
in my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows what
The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recom
zient relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardud today.
oon confined to my bed again. After Wrt to: Chattanooga Mediine Co.r Ladis'
Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn.. forSpca
J,,tructiotiaon your case and 64- 8aebos tm
that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Truatweat for W.* en." snt to V a ,r= J-g
W. G. WILSON & CO.
Are op.ning this wCek a
fuli Ine Of Wool Fabrics aund
Siks. New Iosiery and a corn
pIetew line of Notions of every
The latest styles shown in
Ladies' Neckwear. Special val
Lies in Hankkerchiefs and Rib
THIS STATE CAN GROW MORE COR..
IF FARMERS WiLL SELECT SEED
Proper Selection of Seed One of Most Effective Methods of In
creasing Average Yield-Some Points to
Look For in Corn.
In 1914 South Carolina planted 1,-1 should be just long enough to permit
925,000 acres in corn, producing 36,. th ear to turn down at maturty. If
538,000 bushels, or 18.2 bushels per ealiness is desired, such stalks cal
acre. WVisconsin, in the sanio year, be kept separate. Do not gaklier the
planted 1,725,000 acres, producing 69,- corn until It Is well matured. Mark
638,000 bushels, or 18.2 bushels per each desirable stalk with a tag or by
acre. Although South Carolina plant- s0me other method and leave It stand
ed 260,000 acres more than did Wis- Ing in the field. If the corn 18 to be
consin, the latter state made 33,324,000 cut and shocked, the marked corn can
bushels more corn-almost twice as be left and shocked separately.
much as this state. After the Field Selection.
This is not as it 3hould be. We Field selection Is of large Import
should be able to make as much corn ance, but there Is work stitl to be done
per acre as any state. The question after the corn has been shocked and
is, how are we to go about it? There taken to the barn. Fxperiments have
are two principal ways to Increase snown that an ear which Is cylindri
our average and under our conditions cal, gently tapering, and has straight
both are necessary. The first step rows of deep, plump kernels will prro
lies in improving our land by means duce the highest percentage of grain.
of thorough preparation, increasing The accompanying photograph shows
the supply of humus, and using com- an ear of the desired type, The cob
mercial fertilizers intelligently. The should be medium to small, rather
second step is the improvement of than large, Large cobs mean a small.
seed ly careful field selection. It has or percentage of grain, as well as a
already been demonstrated that our possibility of causing the grain to
improved lands are capable of mak- mold on account of the cob's not dry
ing from 40 to more than 100 bushels I out, The grains should be long
per acre. Just how much more can ja( full. A gently wedge-shaped and
be grown on one acre with properly
selected seed is yet to le seon. but we
should certainly by all incans give
the seed qjuestionl more serious 1 -
The livestock breeder is far mnore C
particular InI -electing breeding stock P
than itIs thle avera;Z11e corn grower. in
selectinimg seed corn. Yet the laws XA
governling livostock 1inl provem11ent are n:
the s a ., aS thoSe go v ilg corn Iii
IIr") 11,inen. The anl who raIm he s
hwops muIy tile t :m'S -ows, wh e'i
the large-,t andl( ino:t vig orous, lI:ttIers,,;;4a M
o' lls. As somne so's give bet Lr
litters tl'a others-. so s0ine ears, of 01
Corn \\ ill produce i m re 4!rI tha Il
0th r ( 'ars. There'ore, Ila e al oI
fort to sd tt the beSt vars foeed.
Aftir se.eln thlin, tes t theim to see d
which yield be-st. Seed selie-tionm :wust
be;,in in tile fiedl, in order to know
wIat kinds of Mtalks tile 'ars come A GOOD AND A BAD EAR
from and wha. kind of chance they A-Shows poor car with too much
had. space betwcen kernels, a-shows
Making Field Selections. pointed kernels of same.
Hefote liaking selecItionis$, fix on the B-shows aced ear with no space
type of stalk anl ear desired and stick between kernels, b-shows plump
to this tyile. Keel) It always) it inind kernels of same.
so that the telection will be alike. plump kernel will lease * very little
Selections shoild always h)e made un- space between the rows. Sharply
der tiniform and normal cinditions, pointed grains are usually loose on
Do not select fromt the best land. the cob.
Always talke an average spot in the The spacing and shape of tie ker
field. ads will vary with tile variety, bill
The stalk 11111st Ie (the 11irst conild- care shoul( always le taken to nelect
erai lon. A large car taken fromia only those eas that have well de.
pill( of c-olni will 1Ot necessailly he a voloped kornels that are not loose on
prodticer of Iar-ge ear's, sinc it mIght the col. The careful study till(1C
have had a bIetter chance than some tion of the Idividual ears must bo
others in the field, tile stalik iight done after til( liths been brought
have been too till[ and lender, and to tie barn and tie farnor can (1 It
the ear inight have been' oo high on in his spare thme. As soon as the
the stalk. It is, therefore, necessary corn has ieen carefully selected It
to know the stalk from which an ear should be stored in a well ventlated
Select from stalks wivnch are strong Itsolbeipceda Inral
and stocky, and( gently tapering from truhu itrt e ia ti i
the ground up. The ear- shlould notgodcnti.
be growing higher than ones shoulder, IF .TITOJ.
as tils hmas an Important bearing on J EtninCr I-eln xet
the aborof gtheingThethan earomtundn at maeuturity. Ifc
Rheumatis Eaily Relieved
By .Cleansing the Blood
S. S. S. Gives Quick Relief
by Toning Up the Blood
Yes, but how? A natural question. The answer is that you mu
eleanse your blood bf stimulating it to healthy, vigorous action, so that i
will throw off the germs and Impurities that cause Rheumatism. The action
of the wonderful blood puritoer, S. $. S. is ractically renew the life blood,
give it vigor, stimulate the ow imakInh.t throw out the germs and the
poison impurities. The excruItingP of theumatism, whether it is the
shooting, stabbing Sdiatica, th % grijng agony of muscular Rheumatism, or
aching arms and legs that brea sleep will be entirely relieved by S. S. S.
Don't use nostrums and drugs. Take the blood bath-Nature's blood tonle,
S. S. S. Got it at any druggist, but insist upon S. S. S. Let us tell you
about blood diseases. Send for booklet "What the Mirror Tells," or if yours
Is a peculiar case, write S. S. S. Co., Atlanta, Ga., but begin treatment
Headquarters for School
and College Necessities
Whether in school or college, at home
or away, every boy and girl should be sup
plied with the following necessities:
Stationery, ToothBrushes, Tooth Paste
or Powders, Shoe rushes, Hair Brushes
and Combs, Fage reams and Lotions, Tal
cum Powder, S ing Soap or Cream, Shav
ing Brushes, et . we have them. .
Powe Drug Company
QUIT THAT "GET RICH QUICK'
"Last year I had some money saved up" he said,
"and IF I had kept it in the Bank/and left it there it
v,ould be there NOW, with more added to it. But a
stranger came along with an enticing looking schome
and I bit. If I had had any sense I would have asked
my BANKER about these 'good things' before I in
vested and LOST my money.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL, Pres. C. H. ROPER, Cashier
SI mpson, Cooper & Babb RUB-MY-TISM
Attorneys at LawRheuasm, Nu.
Attoreys a LaW. ratla*s Hoad ciw raaap, Colic
Spil*D b Niuss Old
Prompt Attention Given All Business SOes, "*Worm Ec.
Win Prace In al State Courts used Internlly or externally. 21%
BARNUM & BAILEY. jget an early start on circus day in or
Have Hundreds of New Features. der to be there in time for the parade
The Barnum and Bailey Greatest which starts at 10 A. M., and which is
Show on Earth, which comies to Green- said to be three miles long.
ville on Saturday, Oct.- 23, claim to
present this year "A Circus of All '>Sa- ACIDS IN STOMACH
tions", meaning one that is filled with
all new features shown now for the SOUR THE FOOD
first time and presented by 480 world
famed artists who represent every na
tion in the world. The entire world has
been scoured by special Barnum and "I'ae's Iipepsin" fixes sour, gassy,
Bailey agents so that practically all upset stolnuehis In live minutes.
the arenic stars that are really worth If what You just ate is souriag on
seeing take part. Your stomach or lies like a lump of
The time-honored custom has always lead, refusing to digest, or you belh
been to refer to each successive year's gas and eructate sour, undigested food,
circus as "bigger and better than ever" or have a feeling of dizziness, heart
but the phrase has become so hack- burn, fullness, nausea, b ( taste in
neyed that, this year, Barnum and mouth and stomach heada he, you can
Bailey hesitate to use it, de.pie the surely get relief In five ninutes.
fact that it adequately describes the Ask your pharmacist o show you
entertainment. More railroad/cars are the fola, plinly pr ted on these
required to transport the sh (v bigger fifty-cent cases of la e's Diapepsin,
tents are raised, more area is needed then you will under and why dys
to accommodate the show than ever ioltic troubles of all kinds muft go,
before. In fact, the circus as reachedi o
a ipoint where it is the des air of manystmcsoingsioinfvm
of the smaller railroads a taxes theiruts"Pe'Dae n"ihrms;
facilities to the limit, f r eighty-five tse iecny og ahds
cars are needed to cony the gigantic wl ietadp r o sila
canvas city from town town. toiit h ~oaltefo o
There's material e ugh in thisea;bsdit syogooth
year's circus to ~ke dozen circusestalwihah yapet;bu
of the old days. " g top" 680 feet
long, nearly 1,500 ployees, three wl elta orsoahadits
rings, four elevate platforms, acresh
of aerial apparatus, the ,biggest stage n d t res tves orlir
ever erected for a damatic present- plsfrbloseso osiain
tion, a 110-cake menagerie, 750 horses, Ti iywl aemn Pp'
forty elephans, a street lparade threeDaepn"cnkssoe epl
miles long,.ilcl hm uty illb n
Among the novelties offered thisi n
season are the "Six Riding Hianna- ahpeaain oi o vrtk
fords", "The Paldrens", balancing, i o id~sin aehatun
pyramiding and head jumping on the sunsdyle~io n tmc
tops of burning lamps. "Pallenberg'smiey
WVonder Bears," "Adgie" and her den Gesoeowthsmneaird
of nine performing African lions, Bar
num and Bailey statue horsesp Maam stion in five .\nadam
Bradna's Angel Horses. Three great
herds of war eelphants, trained and Dsodny
shown by the first and onl'y lady ele- Whnyufedicradaddo
plant trainers. Besides these, are 60 "P ent d n g up bakesa
aerialists, 60 riders, 00 acrobats anddoefChm rli'Taetadyu
60 clowvns. aeams eti ofe l ih
A wonderful prelude to this greatwihnadyoto. esnecys
circus is the presentation of the new,
magnificent, spectacular pageant, "al- ses c ho e se
carsareneeed o cn ie igatic"Papdie'st Dapen pr xes for. assyla
Iavas o infrom whim thn1000espet valtomth)acbl Otaie f y
hrctes htaa yo partt veeos sourgo od
year's ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ yu cicsts~odzn icsstbewtah or lie lik aeump;of
of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ed refusin g to diget htwllpe.8o umst, or yout byou
long, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a andrl 10, po sthewilferctate oursundagested food,
rings fourelevto patfors, r hve a fleelian ofrdzesh , heart-wil
of aria aparats, he igget burent fuldtonesnaset t st line
everereced fr adamai pese thepll formua bilainsy or condtinathese
fortyelepansa steet pradeth fty-aepsn caes, a se' D poplen
miles lone.ical trobem, oft all k Ind mue o,
Amongthe ovelies ofere and why i aot rlievs urndi out-o-e
seaso are he "ix Riingstom.ach oprtiondi, ton i fyeer man
ford", The aldens baancigutes.r "Pape'stn D ae s, hearmless;
pyraidig an hed jupin on tsturesslik candys, houg ensach s
topswil difs andninr laare forlno' assimiya
Wondr Bars .. . Ad "and er ion itsomte bo alls mnte, food you
of nne erfominAficanlios, a ; beuseloftmc ensy god tonthe
nu nd aily satu hoses M abeith an hiv hyi ppetie;bu
whata' willl please oure motrsthtto
herdswl fee that yourats tandndD somchn its
show by he frst nd olyl yne s ae c le adiscreaned youdwdll
plint raner. esies hee, re60 not do reort tov upaxate ork aie
aeralits,60ridrs,0acrbatadapsepn ofCbrans a lsome dpeol
60 clownw.laralmos etm, bto yol ll beien
A -ondrfu pelue t tis rea wthinac dabout this Dspnden sm
circus ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~c totepeettonoph ev reparainu too ifieyto ever take
magnficntspetaclarpagant 1j it or indigeton, gachthse, tabetbuArn,
la Rokh" i whic morethan yor sealy ofastoahe mbtis be andernd
characdose ofk Chaberan' Tabryets andl youre
$1.00 Sxlc eepy soldiers, who are
exeIII It at 50 Years of age. Colliniuta
U ton Road Ta'lx $1.50 III lielu of road
e e p yditty.
0i '1 li'av Levy it s follows:
in the morning when you ought 1' ('onstt o School ' .7 3 ills
to be fresh atd vigorous is a sure Or Conty Schroles 3 mills
sign of a torpid liver and bilious Ordinar o ll rod 0% mills
state of the stomach and bowels. For iload Itailrd ilods I mi11
To avoid a si(k spell givo your FVoad and...........ds 11mil1s
system a thorouigh cleansing. For
this purpose there is no remedy
more wholesome and effective Special Schools--lAturell1 Township.
than l rells -NO. II....... ..71 mills
'1'iilty-Ridge, No. t.... ..8...ll
DR. M. A. SIMMONS Mddcnso. 2..4 mills
Vegetable lc3'Xo... .. ...
Oak (;rove No. C1..... ..2..1111s
tiverMedicinfe 0 .-. . 4
The Old Original Liver Powder special &Shools-Yollngs Tonip.
Its excellent purifying and in- Yomims No : . m1l11
vigorating influence brings about Youngs No. 2. . 111111.
an immediate -ovement. You Yongs No. . 7 mills
feel better f . the first dose. Younts No. . . 111111.
The bowels move freely so that Ianford No. 10. . . . 1111115
the system is soon rid of the Ora No. 12.'1 m1lls
bilious impurities which ar Youngs No. I. ..... 1 Is
clogging the vital organs. WI en NO. 6 . . ..2 mills
the stomach an boWels ave Youngs No. 7...8.111118
been cleansed th sleepy cling
disappears, the ind ecomes Slecial SelloolsDlals Township.
cheerful, the dig tion ood and o1.eell Pond NO. I........7 mill1
tho body active a vigorous. Dials No. 2.8 1111118
Dr. M. A. Simmo ' iver Medi- Shiloh No. 3...1 mills
cine isnow put up in a handsome (IMY Court-Owlugs No. 5 m . Is
lithographed tin box. Barlcsdalc No. 6............ 1111118
Ask for the Tin Box Dials Church No. 7........4 mills
Price2 C toitai Inn No. 31Ce.nt mIllS
Price 25cents Mrna No. 8.........2.mills
C.F.Simmons Medicine Coe Dials No. 4...1 mills
ST. LOUIS, MO. Special SChOOI5-Stillivan Township
MNt. Bethel No. 2..... ....mills
Princeton No. 1........8 mills
* -___ ___ . Poplar Springs No. 3.....4 mills
Deafness Cannot Be Cured hickory Tavern No. 17. ..8 mills
by local applications, as they cannot reach Brewerton No. 7.... ..3 mills
the diseased portion df the ear. Thereto Sullivan Township R R Bonds 3 mills
only one way to.cure deafness, and that is Morna No. 8 . ..2 mills
by constitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of the mu.
cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling Si)ecial Schools-Waterloo Township
sound or imperfect hearing, a when it Is Waterloo No. 14.4 mills
entirely closed, Deafness Is e result, and
unless the inflammatto 1ca be taken out M allagher No. 1 . .6 mills
and this tube restored o I lormal condi- Iethiehem No. 2...4 mills
tion. hearing will be de tr ed forever; nine
cases out of ten are 'c sed by Catarrh. 4 mills
which to nothing but nflamed condition Cotnorpoint No. 4...2 mills
of the mucous surface
We will give One Hlu red Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that Mt. Pieasant No. 6 . ..2 mills
cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure.
send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists. 75c. Spcial Schools-Cross 11111 Township
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
CiVoss Hill1 No. 13.... ..7 mills
CHIH~?~M~ . 'oss 1Hi11 No. 2..... ..2 mills
CHICHESnTER ILLS '('loss 11111 No. 4...2 Mills
TIM (ross Hi No.DIA31..N nD.. J..4 I1%
ae Ask yo u ist Crois 111 No. 6.
'illsin Re n old miete ii Cross Hi1l No. 3. . ..2 mills
xes. seat i Bilu aee
-~ To em 0.1Ltivf1 Sile
IN. SpeciPIt, a 1 al School s-Fi-tint el' Towashil)
yearsknownsis t.Safskt.Alwysellab% e ountille No. 16..9 mills
O010O ORiflGISTSERYWERE Hunter NO 4 mills
Hlun rN.........4 dMills
LAURENS DRUG STORE, Olin on)o. 5 . . 6 mills
Laurene. S. C. Hu No. 8 ..3 mills
V/a 4worth No. 4.......2 Mills
NOTICE Hunter No. 1...2 Mills
OfSpecial School-Jack Township
01 The Odells No. 6.........3 mills
COUNTY TREASURER Hurricane No. 15...a mills
Shady Grove No. 2......3 mills
The Books of the County Treasurer Jacks No. 3. . .6 Mills
will be opened for the collection of Jacke No. 4.. .3 mills
State, County and Commutation Road
Taxes for fiscal year, 1915, at the Special Schools, SeUMetown Township
Treasurer's office from October 15th Langston Church No. 3. 3 mills
to December 31st, 1915. After Decem- Scufetown No. 1...2 mills
ber 31st one per cent will be added. anford No. 10. . .1/2 mills
After January 31st, two per cent will Ora No. 12.. .4 mills
be added, and after February 28th. Scuflotown No. 2...4 mills
seven pr cent will be added till the Eeuffietown No. 4 mIlls
15th day of March. 1916, whlen the Pop teto ilb ie
books will be closed,.hs h iht~a hi ae
All lpersonS owning property in truhtemi ycek oe r
more tpan one Township are request- diec
ed to call for receipts in each of the Prossnli nlsso ao
several Townships in which the pro- It etknofaerq~se osn
porty is lociated. This is imp~ortanlt,IthmeryangieheT nhl)o
as additional cost and penalty Inay beJeahasteTaurrivryby
All able-bodIed male citizens be- jRS .YUG
tween the ages of 21 and 00 years of ConyTesr.
ageareliale o py apol ta 0of Octo ept 13, sol.-diesh r