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* XADRHE N NEWS.
Mbldden, Oct. 12.-Gathering crops
go merily on. The farmer that did
not go very heavy in guano, is the
one that wears the broad smile.
Mrs. Mollie Teague, who has been
on a visit to relatives at Clinton and
Goldville, has returned hone. Her
many friends will be glad to know
that she had a very restful and pleas
ant visit and she is grateful for the
sympathy and kindness shown her.
We are all glad to have her back home
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Proilltt of Ekoin
were guests of relatives here for the
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Finley went
over Sunday to see Mrs. Finley's fa
ther, Mr. J. N. O'Dell. The friends of
Mr. O'Dell will be sorry to hear he is
The Messrs Traynhamn are making
varied improvements on their farm
recently purchased near here. We
wish their farming venture may prove
Maj. W. A. and Judge I. C. Watts
were out Monday afternoon looking
after their holdings In this burg. They
have luimber on the ground to begin
the erection of a cow barn on their
farm near here.
Mr. and Mrs. Griff Finley vislite
the latter's brother, Mr. Ben Cunning
ham and family of the Mt. Pleasant
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Langston,. Mr. and
Mrs. W. 11. lludgens and family were
the Sunday guests of Mr. it. Y. c'ul
Mrs. Jiim Roper al(I son Felton
were recent guests of her daughter.
Mrs. Thad Moore.
We were deeply grieved to hear of
the sudden death of Mr. Toni Ilarris
of WAhter-loo. Surely "In such an hour
as we think not the Son of Man coin
eth!" We sincerely sympathize with
the loved ones who mourn his death.
lie will be missed in his community
for he was a goodi man and an upright
Uncle John Finley and Uncle 'om
Langston went up to hear R1ev. Mr.
White at the First Baptist church Sun
Mr. J. A. Wofford spent a very pleas
ant day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L.
C. Martin of Spartanburg.
We were glad to shake hands Mon
day with Mrs. Cas Smith and Mr. and
Mr1s. J. T. A. Ballew, and to note how
Well they were looking. You needn't
tell that I said so but the last glinmpse
I had of the two good ladies they were
headed towards the movies", and had
not the writer known that two little
lads, with tear stained, dirly little
faces, were looking longingly up the
road for the nickle's worth of ca ndy
she'd have Joined them.
FACTS FORt SFi'EIs.
Pain results from injury or conges
tion. le it neuralgia. rheumatism,
lumbago, neuritis, toothache, sprain.
bruise, sore stiff muscles or whmateve%r
pain You have yields to Sloan's Lini
ment-brings new fresh blood, d is
solves the congestion, relieves the in
jury, the circulation is free andl your
pain leaves as if by magic. The na
ture of its qualities Penetrate immedi
ately to the sore spot. Don't keel) on
suffering. Get a bottle of Sloan's bin
iment, inse it. It means instant re
lief. 'Price 25c and 50c. $1.00 bottle
holds six times as much as the 25c
* EDlEN NENVS. *
Eden, Oct. 11.-School opens up at
this place on October 18th, with Miss
Aiken as prinicpal and Mrs. lUroaduis
Gray as assistant.
Mr. Rufus Armstrong of L~aurens,
Bpent Sunday at Mirs. C. V. Hlippm's oif
Miss Sue Gray of Eden, is visitinog
in Lauirens this week.
-Mr. and Mm's. L. A. Armstrong spent
Sunday with Mr. Liucian liabbm andi fam
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mahafrry was the
guest of Mrs. 10mm1111a Reeves Saturda)
Mr. C. F. Brooks from Laurens,
spent Saturday and Sunday with bh
mother, Mrs. I. S. Brooks.
Mrs. C. A. Babb who has been quite
ill, we are glad to say, is improving.
Beautiful line of Cut Glass just in,
new patterns, privces lower than ever
S. M. & 1. H1. Wilkes & Co.
rho Quinine That Does Not Affect Toe Head
Because of its tonic and Iaxntive effect, LAXA.
TIVE BROMO QUININE Is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not canse nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the full namne and
look for the signature of E. Wi. GROVE. 25c.
* JLANFlDI NEWS. *
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Lanford, Oct. I .---Cool weather has
cotie at last and every one seelis to be
l. and MIrs. T. R. Deshields are
the guests of lr. and .rs. J. T. Wil
drep this Week.
Alr. Janvies lIyers and ranlily have
return-led to their honte1 inl llenderson
ville, after sevilding sever'al days
with MIrs. flyers' parents, '. and Al's.
11. M1. Johnson.
,liss My rle ibanford is the guest of
Miss Robii 1'attersoni thIiis week.
Alr. Yates WaldIoP sienI untday
and Stunday nihlit witi his parents
here, Air. and Mrs. ('. b. Waldi'ep.
Misses Nona ('annjon and Minnie
Lanford atteilded I lie all-day singing
ai ('edar Shoal chui reh Sunday.
'Mr. Lee L"angstonl and faiily slient
Suiday at Mr. it. .1. Patiterson's.
Alr. DIuff PatIerro and fantily. Mr.
A1011 Flemingm. Mir. Lee( Itngto . .1...
1'atti'rson. .1. it. Pranks, .1. T. liiurigess
attendeld the ingn conlventionl ISun
day afternoon at ('edar Shoals.
Mr. iH. W. .ohlnsoni and fain ily ali
Mirs. Davis spent Sunlay at .1. 1). .lohn
('alpt. .1. W. Linford was in S artan
hu rg \londa y oni hisi ness.
l'rof. ('. S. Itlnad has set htin4iself
up to a1 iotoreyecle and1( y-ouhol
sei hint ride.
Mr. E. ]I. Moore is oi 1ie sick list
Airs. Lena Al ioore isvisitin hr
laughter, lrs. 1). ('. Marlin at b wns
Ville, S. C.
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* liniile'3 s iontii'r u 1 I1. *
First G;rade -W\aller \Valker.
Third Grade -ida .lacks.
Fourt.1h (Gradle- Illnr .\huhln.
Sixth G;rade----Itobevrt liainiltonl. Da
vid .\laddenl, loy \Maddenl.
iEighth Gra-,de - :uA .laldden. Inlez
lllakley, D~orothly .\lin.
Ginnius lnderI'lst Year.
The tabillallti of the separati' rT
tari:s trot tIhe gininers for the Sep
lvobe '':. replort Ahows that there
wIre b,!ti haht ' of coon, couning
round 1 s h:11a , haf-. s, ginnhd inl I all
rniis co(ntey ,froiteatIl cropl of a115
arifwit ;i,:M alest g'ainero
* ~'n it(ia O: l dot1,. *wiig. aw
*'o Orly S or thon eins Wcon't O*
Tu i'rst Grade.iu :titka ('unnw oings titmlo
are clun t Saa'OwiIingus,.t Chrles lel-,:
i'rd Ae: tie ig (iry, It relee
Lonuta Telstn, saeyn~c Owns, So.lar
F ~ W
THE GYPSY BOOT.
The Gypsy is the very newest
Military lace with creation in Women's Boots for
black cloth tops, black Fall. It is greatly admired by
or white lace, leather everybody that sees it. clot in eith
L X L heels.
Its artistic and handsome. gray, battle ship gray or
sand color, leather L X L
heels black or white lace
WOMEN'S CLOTH TOP BOOTS
The High Cut Military Boot is very pop
rwith the best dressed ladies this season.
) Our cuts show a few of the newest styles.
We offer the ladies who buy he e Soes
that are the product of the Best S o Mak
ers. We are expert fitters and we fit with
the greatest care every woman's shoe we sell
This is black soaped
kid leather LX L with sThis is a black tal.
white silk stitch to the ' ar v. C M t B isO cum kid leather LX L
toe with black or white heels with white silk
buttons. LAURENS, S. e r stitching and white laces
t a r y' w
Come to our store while in town and let
us show you through the largest and most
complete stocks of reliable merchandise to
be found in "Carolina." Every depart
ment is full of the season's beat and new
est things, and you will be pleased when
you see them and get our prices.
Leave your Baggage at our store while
at the Fair grounds.'
Call on us for ny accomodation you
may need and mak e our store youre while
j Railroad Eating. House
At the Union S tion
Will be ready on Fair Day +
to serve you a Delightful Dinner
~at a moderate price.
SWalk a little further and dodge:
Prompt Service Polite Attention W
Take notice that on the 1:t (1113' of
Noveinbermp, 1915, I will rendler a final
account of' my1.' aits 1111 doings as Ad
minilistrator of the estate of .lary ).
Aristrong, deceased, iII the oillce of
the .1ludge of Probate of Laurens
County, at 11 o'clock, a. Im., and on
the sane day )ill - for a final
discharge fronfl 4utsts as AdIinis
Any permon indebted to said' estate
are notified and reqiuired to mnake pay
1n0lt onl that Iaht(; and all persons
having Claimns against said estate will
present them on or before said (late,
duly provenl or he forever barred.
11. C. AR.MSTIONG,
October 1:1, 1915.--1 mo.
(tation for Letters of Admniistration.
State of Soulthl Carolina,
County of L4auren.
]1.' 0. (". Thompson, Probate .Jlidge:
Whereas, Ilille Owings m1ade suit to
111 , to gran11t himl 1 1.ete of Adininstra
11on of the Estale and '.ffects of 1. It.
''lese are therefore, to cite and ad
monuish all and singul the kindred
and credilors o ti j ( . I. .loor'e
deceased. that i e and appear be
fore m1e, in h ourt of Probate, to be
held at Laur1en1s Court hlouse, IAlXi nuens,
S. C., oil the 2411h day of 0ctober, 1915,
next, after publication hereof, at 11
o'lock inl the forenoon, to show eause,
if anly th1ey iavo, why the said Adlin
istralion should not be granted.
IveII uindr my hand tils111 l1 day3
of Octolr Anno Domin111i, 1915.
0. G. Thompson,
12-2t .1. P. L. C.
NOT1'I ('E ITO CtE1ITIORS.
Cieditors of the Dodson Edwards
1)rug Coipany are hereby notifled to
)r-ove their claims before ip at the
ollice of I4. IP. .cGown, lNa Laurens,
S. C., on lihe 21st. (lay o O - ober, 1915,
at ti h1our11 of 10 o'clof- In the fore
n(oonl or be forever ba 1d.
J. C. .\1GOWAN,
I I-3t Receiver.
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hours, day or night.
LAURENS. S. C.
I. t-. Pentherstone W. B. Nnight
FEAkTIERSTONE & KNIONT
Attorneyse at Law
lALaurels, S. C.
All Hlusin sa Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and Careful Atten.
Offico over Palmetto hlaak
(Mr. Featlerisone will spend WednOs
(lay of each week In Lautons.)
H. S. BLACKWELL
Attorney at Law
Prompt attention given to all business
Money to loan on Real -Estate
Office Phone 350 ReBidenco Phone 95
Ofi1c, In Simmons Building
This Is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case and
if taken then as a tonic the Pever wil not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not grIpe or sicken. 25.
STOCK HOLDERS MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the stockholders of Watts Mills
is called and will be held at the of
lice of the Company near the City of
Laurens, South Carolina, on the 20th
day of October, .3ii5, at 12 o'clock,
noon1, to consider resolutions adopted
by the i)I'ectors at a meeting held on
the 20th (lay of SeptcIber, 1915, pro
creased from 1ive hundred thousand
(ollars o orj.g-Inllion, two hundred
and fift. i1 uaind dollars, divided in
to tw thousanld five hundred
shares f the par value of one hun
dred < ollairs each.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders will be held at the same
time and place.
.J. ADGEIR SMYTH, JR.,
THOS. I. SWYGICRT,
212 acres land, more or less, estate
of 1. J. Adair, deceased, situated in
Jacks Town-shil), 2 1-2 miles north
from Jf'own o1 -Clinton, S. C., on two
publi qhilg Ways. Will .be sold for a
settle le by the heirs of said I. J.
AdairI ne large dwelling, 'barn, shel
ters, frenant houses, etc. Two good
wells of water. Sale will be held at
Laurens Court louse Monday, Sales
day, Nov. 1st, 1915. Purchaser to pay
for papers. Teris cash.
State of Mouth Carolina,
County of Lanrens.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLIEAS.
.\I. S. Bailey & Son, Plaintiff.
Caroline McCoy et al, Defendant.
Pursuant to a decree of the Court
in the above stated case, 11will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens, C. If., S. C., on Salesday in
November next, being Monday the 1st
dlay of the month, during the legal
hours for such sales, the following do
scribed property, to wit:
Al Ithat tr it or lot of land situato
in Imlinters ownship, in the County
and State , one and three
fourth miles fromi tt'on, and near
the 'Lydia Cotton Mills, bounded by
lands of T. W. Leake, Dr. W. C. Irby
and Sherman Copeland and containing
nine (9) acres, more or less and being
a part of the lands formerly owned
b- Mrs. Sarah Green.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash, bal
ance to be paid twelve months from
date of sale; the credit portion to be
secured by bond and mortgage of the
purchaser over the said premises,
bearing legal interest from date, and
10 per cent attorney's fees, in case of
collection or suit, with leave to pur
chaser to pay his entire bid in cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. If the terms of sale are not
complied with, the land to be re-sold
on same or some subsequent Saleaday
on same terms, at rIisk of former pur
C. A. POWER,
C. C.'C. 1. and 0. S., T7ureis,..
Dated, this 8th day of Oct., 1915. 12-3t
*N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Aftorners at Low
Enterprise Hank Bulidings,
Laurens, 4. V.
i)RACTICE IN ALT. COURTS
Money to Loan on Reat Estate-Long
UGH! CALOM[L IS HORRIBLl! IT
SHOCKS YOUR LIY[R, If BILIOUS
Calomel sickens! Don't lose a day's work! Clean your
Liver and Bowels with "Dodson's Liver Tone."
Ugh! Caloinel makes you slek. It' S fu1l un i if it. LoesI II'l s iIt1ie ouI
horrible! Take a dose of f lie danger- rigi t. up am i make vou feel fiiue am1i
ous drug tonight and tomorrow you vig rous I wan I you to go back to flu
may lose a day's work. stI e and get your I money. iilodson
Caloinl 1a mercury or (iguleksiver i e r Tonle 14 dlestroying Ilhe sale 01
which causes necrosis of the bones. caloimel because it. is real liver medi.
Calonel, when it comes into contact ilue; eiirely vegetable, Ilerefore il
with sour bWle crashes into it, breaking ean not salivate or make you sick.
it up. This is when you feel that aw- I guiarantee that. one sooiuli Io
ful nausea and eramping. If you are )o(ison's liver Tone will pIt yoiI
sluggish and "all knocked out," if sluggish liver to work and clean youi
your liver is torpid and bowels con- bowels of that souri' bile and 'onst I
sttipated or yoi have headache, dizzi- pated waste whi ic Is cloggiig yoi
ness, coated tongue, It breath Isliba svstem and making you feel miser
or stomach sour, just. try a spoonful abl!. I guante is iie tshat. a bot.Ile o
of harmless Dodson's AIver Tone to- )odson's Liver Tone will keep you
night. entire family feeling tine for IIIonthis
Here's my guarantee-(Io to any Give it to your children. It is harm
drug store and get a 50 cent bottle ot less; doesn't gripe and they like li
Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a spoon- I pleasalt taste.