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The 1916 Maxwell is equipped with de.
mountable rims, and has the same size tire on
all four wheels. Two vitally important features.
To replace a tire on the road it is only nec
essary to loosen five bolts; slip off the flat
tire; slip on spare vim and tire; tighten three
bolts, and proceed.
We are waiting to take you for a
test ride in the car that has broken
all low "First-Cost" records, and is
breaking all low "After-Cost" records.
Demnoimla6eI )5I ElecnL s
ain Vision Wmid apop/o
LAURENS MOTOR CAR COMPANY
The greatet thing
inl mod-en feedinly
is MO lASSES. It .Ots 5S
down the feed bilt and build- up the ltock. , 4,
RE D H-IIRTI . -
ORSE AND MULE MOLASSES FED
!It's i ; th orses a n les like-ives them] an
ats thIaliva ru.it iuntin and aids digesio.u
r t.: in 1' , t S' ; Fibre 1 2'y arb oIlydrate: 5',
ED ONTHRSE & M~,UIf; MOL.ASSES FEED to rdn - alzcPo
4.; arbohydlratesa - 1'.e. Fbr
'IMP FOX HORSE ?.dMUl.910123S SFEED fud a Ti."s"-nash, "rotens'7.
0fFEilN ORSE & MUL.E FEED <nryMunhwe mau arylua dry mixed (no
______M__asses)_HorseandMue__-eed, which anatlyzes:
Patei 12%, Paf I:l,;Fibre V' Carbhlydcates 57%. Thia Ia comtposed of straight
[RED SHIRT DAIRY FEED
FiIrst Grade: A balaned . ration containing Molases.e Cattle are very fondl of it -
.. ps themO in Io, cond1.it i ter nceaena the tlow and enr~Iches the q~uali ty of the milk
rtareduced cost of fi.edinzg. Contains ground Corn, C. S. Meal, W~heat Middling,
I rountd A~f'nifa. Pure Cane' Milasses and Salt. Analyzes: Protein 1-' G; Fat 3%'o
b lre 12%; Carbohydrates 60%.,
PNi.DMONT DAIRY FEED andGrade-Analyzes: Protein 12%; Fat 2%%~'; Fibre
RED SHIRT HOG FEED A enmbination of notgestive T.,kagre. Grna Corn, nice
screenmats; very fatten ing. $(eeps the hogs ingood ondition.
We m nanufacture ualso RED SIRT Scratch Feed and RED) SIllRT Ilaby Chick Feed.
SEVEN EGG;S A WEEK" lEN MiASH ('omposed ot a rund, Corn, a round
ats fio*nd W e t larley. Maize, li
lRice, (:ot tonseed.' M.eal. C ow P'eas. Meat Meai and linseed Meal. Analy sis
Proteain 1b%; Fat I 'A ; Fibre 12% Carbhlydrates .l0'.
- At ilh'vn on the btaga int our ad. nearly all of ot r feed Is made fromn Carolina
- prrini'i, evenI to the bag- a nd tw ine.. We ti re, thternfure-, in, the marketi
for Outs, Cor,., Whent, Alfalin litty and any other kind of tiny
We also carry a Il stni oi GRAIN, IhAY
Our feed14 ns showmi:. above nee ixed
on sci ntin' prjiniptlei to furnish thet
greatest ntourishmnth at the towe'st.J
el41 i.- ns huwn yon imw iio
cut your feedc bills dow., Write
usfr pirices, etc. a
Mooy& Carter Co.
\. CIIARLESTON, S. C.
Low un)fd-Trip Htes~ for Everybody Offered bty the
SEABOARD AIR LINE
"The Progresire Htalway of tile South"
To SAN F~RAN'CISCO AND $AN DIEGO, CAL..-Panama-Paclfic
finlernatlonal Expositio)n, aind Panama~t-Calfrnia Expoi
tion, 1915. . '., *
Fort sIpectfle rates, schiedlilles or other Information, call on SEA
)''AIUD Agents or write.
.S. COMPTON FRlJ7D GElSSlERm,
'T. P'. A., S. A. L. Rly., Anst. Gen'1. Passuenger Agent,
Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman B~ R. TODD
DentistEngi rIrg and Contracting
Petople's Bank Building Land sureys a spectaty
.auerate Work Skfilfalt done or is
Phne R 2. ai900ted
srwings and estiates of all Kind
La arens. S. C. Telehon N. 346
20 CENT COTTON
Mabama Congressman Says Bale of
Cottot will Bring $100.
'Washington, Oct. 17.--That cotton
will sell at $100 a bale before Christ
mas and cotton seed at $65 a ton was
the confident prediction of Congress
man Ileflin of Alabama here today. II
a statement urging that Southern cot
ton growers stick to the plan of hold
Ing their staple for a price Ilefl in said
the mIUls of this country will demand
thIiree-fifths of the ent iro crop this
Tenl million bales will constitute the
iftire cotton prodluction of the coun i
try this year, according to lellin.
)f this the 111ll will take six mil
lion, he says, leaving only four lm il
lion to be divided betweent export
a in nitions .nma nx ifactu re. Iiellin
point. out that sine August last year,
we have exported almost. as m11uch as
the entire crop this year will aggre
"The IEuropean tinations are already
imying fabulous prices for secondary
proditetions of cotton, such as dry bat
teries and pieric acid, used iII making
explosives," says the statement. "And
Cotton for smokeless powder and oth
er explosives will be in greater de
mand than ever before.
"Cotton prtices are boundl~ to be
higher, higher than at any time since
tle war between the states. The Eu
ropean nations are going to pay and
ought to pay 20 cents a pound for
cottoin before long. Germany is al
realy iII the Soulltiern arket, bttying
(Conressinian II elin said file hold
itng inovoilent Is getting a grip on the
Smith and there will he no backslid
or to let Ihe plice harrier down be
low what is proper. lie expressed
(lollt whtlihr there would he sifil
viettt to supply tl, spininers of the
Ft'SFORi SU'Fi Its.
P;!in results from inl.imry or conges
tonl. Ito it neurllalgia, rhleuti sm1 l,
ithnigo. nixctills. I ootinex che, spra in.
braie, sore siitll m 'usCles or whatever
pain yoi have yields to Sloani's Iltni
ment - brings iew fr'esl btloll. (Its
solves the n ).est l , . lheves till' in
.iury the circutio Is frer- and your
iain le'ves as if y magic. The Ia
tu1re of it. fillalt, s lin t~ t im itdj
it 1I toh Fot spot. lDon't keepi onl
-u f wrin. Get a v Wtl of!oanl'sbn
int llt. I'se it. It m anis in.?att rv
-l'f. l'riev 2 '- and .500 $1.00) botlio
hol1d" S'.x% 1:imes0 aS mu1ch as the e
This Is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six does will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
lNIO. .illTiiNG. *
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14111r('1s Associa t Ion will mieet withI
mtoring, Oi-tober 80, it! 15 att 1i
2': 00--Organ izationi.
Needs in our Assoclationi. E. 31.
ILihtfoot, J1. 1,. lHoyd and W. P. Cul
2:00O--Tlhte relative Importance of pr'ay
er and giving in Godl's Gtreat AlIs
siotnary Plant. J1. 11. Whiarton, J1. A.
MlartIn, Johna T1. Rober'tsont.
2:-il--What Is the Bible Teachting Con
('erninig ul inisterial and Christ ian
Education? W. C. Wharton, J1. Guy
Alar t in, S. ii. G;oggans and1( i. M1.
Sitnday lotrning, Oct. 31st.
l11.00----Sun iday School led by siturin
tendenltl IOf (litnton school. Observ
Inug teachIing met hods.
I I:00 --A\i Issliinary Sermiont by Iter. I0.
Strange. Rock Dweller.
One or tihe sitagest creat'tres
kiiownt to scien('e is thte luholas, ot' bor.
lng clam. When still v'ery inulte
the animial bores ito the sandustotne
ledgos at extremte low water, by means
(of its sharp shell, whxich is replaced by
secretions as it is worn awayf3. It
pentetrates the rock to a depithl of
six or eight Inchtes, and1( hollows out
its burrow as it incereases lin size.
Shaped roughly like a tolp, It coiuld not
leave its rock dwevllinig even if It
wished to do so. F~or food, it dIepenids
on the anximalcules that float lin sea
water, which it seizes by its long sI
phon, or tongue. Tfhe pholas Is in
great dlemanld ait the iseasidle resorts
along the Pacifle coast, for Its mea'it is
very 1,endrer and inakes excelloent soup.
The clams are dislodged In great
xiumbers fromi the ledges bty the iuse
of dhynaite, although it is possible to
obtain thiemi with a pic0k and crowbar.
Curo& Dld Soros, Other Iternedles Won't are.
T he worst cases, noxmatterfi ow loxnuskaning,
are cured by the wonderful, old renkte Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic .realingr 011. it r'elevea
Pnitix nnd h1teain nt thxe, nane titrue. 25c- Zoo t rO
* EKOM NEWS. *
* * e* 0 ** eeae e o e e e
FMkom, Oct. 18.-Quite a good many
of our people attended the fair Friday
and report a good' day.
Mrs. Watts and Mrs. Austin will
meet with the differet, societies at
Union church next Saturday afternoon
at two o'clock. Everybody is invited.
to come and meet with these good la
Miss 'Myrtle Culbertson left Monday
the 1 ith to begin her school at Mt.
.\liss Domaselle Blackman of Dan
burg, (1a., is now with her aunt, Alms.
Dr. Cooper. She will teach the school
at Centier 10 Point tihe Comin g session.
Alr. J'dgar Hurts and family, 'Mr.
Carl Culbertson and family and Mrs.
S.ou Culbertson and daighter spent.
Sunday with l. L. C. Culbertson and1(1
ilr. and Mrvs. Carl 'Protltt s)enlt Sat
urday night and Sunday with relatives
Mir. and 'Mrs. Ernest Burts visited
ir. and Mrs. Carl Culbertson Sautur
Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Cooper and Miss
llackman spent Sunday with Mr.
Ilomer Culbertson and family.
Misses Pearl Culbertson, Irene Coop
er and Lorena 'Mitchell spent the
week-end with Miss Clara Garrett near
Mr. Roy Culbertson and sister, Miss
Myrtle and lIss 14 'aurence Cit Ibertson
visite l. and Mirs. Thomas lltts
irs. urianie Mol )aniel and children
vlsited her iarents near Poplar Sun
Mirs. Li'.zle Godfrey has been 'ight
s-ivk thle past week. Hope1 She wvill
have a speed.y recovery.
t esp11ond 1 .IetI
Wh14en you feel dIiscoiriagod an1)(d de
spondent (o not.1 give up1) but take a
dose of Chamberlaii's Tahlets and you
are ''ahnot c'rtain to feel all i Nhl
wilthbin a day or Iwo. D)eso;nIleyv Is
\vry oftenl dueI to ind'i 'estiJonl and bil
ioulsness, for which illesew tablet 'sar
est. ii ll vatI'ble. O h 'i le c'ery
tH M ('li'(R C ('0.11I l(4
(ec'a inbk-aehws (ln i v Ih 'to .ip.
livnr Ilere Soon.
The Carl libgenb1heek-\Wallace Show.'
Coluibinled will visi ,:ir n onl Thurls
ay. Oetobr, 'asthl.
Itl''. mor than a quarlter of n evi
tlry th ng lreat Wallace 'ircis wasithe
best ill gn t ille land. Several year1's
a'go the bi- circuls was.I conlsolidate<1
lwith ('arl llagen-lbeck's trainled w.ihi
im l ix ibition. Carl alllagen -k
1lwcore hits death, was the( "animal
king", and)( the cominlationl of thev two
ashows for. I Singl price of admissi
I11nko: it. soinetlilg uni i ihard of in Iliw
01141 mnt % .,: ' With fow (xcep
lions gra nlie t n et-s origil all in
trope. They ire invariably ittro
dI ed iha Ann' riI tl h CarI 11ni'I!
beik-'aillaie ircusg, \whih mintais
lagkinncies inuro Poel .d Asia for le
asrie is of .ee1ing inl toulch wiith Oh
biter i tcievmnts.e~ .Ilsnm
ha the rit'ited al reahe attri
ttis in the ist few'yas ort havn
sear'ched them ti'rotu i's t ianys
longer tieysol inotandl thiemp,
enrols aelmost. 00amb lgn \~'io ravo
lookin hor nov~ltiie.. to. 1ic. wllth
mayre heustl alelephndlo the'erukn"
astt he is~t th rghot. i sedas cIs
ow.e It cte lnie onr Md. all ane
sens bee cashe ouly of1.e0ouths ofthwe
gnerati'ons o cilt .hl smth h
beToday'cs the-Icus i <tehe rd a yie
been la gin foer triosason muchon
atr. 1 I ti e three0. trlan' will any
gonger tey I col not' hand ~I11(leesI
erouadmst 1 00 pe('opl,' hotr.
wal aln w eitt show. at has ove
thre herds of t. lepi'hants. Ablcof thei
eav',uliet f3,ltoughout this seaPC~s is
sofen iots a ndl outlayiof $ a00.00 aThen
mornl'sagerte i' aworth1( hnn al r' muh e
Just tirycuhs-riste n ah cword ~ihave
tDoorsghoyouea'ihs4'w taig oe oipened
striand at p. tme. Perfomac will e
in uafe inu ltjer.Theyo ae doave
thel thend ba~t 10 oyihl'.clodk.
hairhts bRAW Agec oisTrgy
Tryed thry briatr ort thik, gesdy,
waadbeautifyigt ulhar andeiedl
SOIhe jeyvfryt Yaour Ir ofcomes li'ght,
clavysesf, pabruls ndntivnd apear th
fat,11 lists an btie''iatifl Pase yon
gmrosil after a ew hark cltase
whet ry thsemewoita loth wnit doa'
liytat. Danrin3es andl careflly iiew hit
throogal yor't' t, cang one smal
('ar for dut, sft rhxclsvoi, andsf
it jst'03 aget a m.ents y)ou hve o owl
-bto fyi~ndgrthe hir, f~ (andeing dto..
oc lets cornfles and inigra ith.
Women who suffer the miser
ies caused by disorders in the
ovaripn function, are periodic
ally ailing. They endure pains
which extend their exhausting
influence to every part of the
body, producing melancholy,
nervousness, and weaknesses
which make life one long,
dreary existence. There is
relief and rehewed hope for
these suffering women in
> DR. SIMMONS
The Woman's Medicine
it is Just the thing to overcome
the diseases which cause this suf
fering. It is composed of pure
vegetable ingredients which are
known to act beneficially on the
female body. Painful irregularl
ties, Ovarian inflammation, Head
aches, Palpitation of the Heart,
all disappear before the power and
efficacy of this marveloys medi
cine. It brings back h strength,
vigor and cheerfuln , of earlier
years and makes If worth living.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers
Price $1.00 Per Bottle
C. F.Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
So her doctor said. Her
friends and neighbors felt
sure of it too. 1They have
Used Peruna themselves
and know of its merits.
That old cough that had'
worried her for years and
years, for which she had
taken all sorts of cough
me(licines, has disappeared.
Peiruna is (oing the work.
She will recover. Indeed,
she has recovered.
"ier name is Mrs. Villianm
Tlohnanno, 2764 1in olin Ave,.
Chlicago, ills. She id suffered
-with vaturrh of it! bronchIal
tubes and had0 , terrible cough
ever sin.e . el I. As she got
older he' grew worse. Sho
(ouglied both win ter. and sum
iner. Itad to sit upi at night.
Could iot sleep. "Bit nll that
hns left. me now. 1'eruna las
Thereine others, and thero
Is a i renson.
All Babies Destined
to Great Achievement
To be born is to be greaf. For there
nre possibilities in .every tiny human in.
fant. Aind for thn!.
reaison every one
shouldi remember that
- whatever is done to
aid tihe mother, to re
hievo her of distresses
during her t ry in g
months, will surely be
of ma-urked benefit to
theong the ,sterling
aids is a splendid ex
-tcrnal remecdy known
-a "Mothcr's Friend."
It Is what is entled an
I embt'rocation. It is aip.
plied to tho abdominal muscles, gently
rubbed lai by your own hand gui ed
by your own mind. It makes the mu les
pliant, they expand quite natuirally ant the
efrect upomn tihe nerves Ia such 1that ti' ad
just themselves to tine process iof eansion
so that pain from this source i ai t elimi
nated. Women who use "Mo ner' Friend"
refer to the absene of morning si' ness, they
are relieved of a great man nminor dis
tresses, all apprehension disapp .s and those
peculir nervous "fidgets" no I nger disturb
thne nights. It ia well named "Mothner's
Friend." Oct a bottle today of any drug
gist. Then at once write for a most cnter.
taininig and instructive boiok for all prospiee.
tive moithners. ArbIress ntradileid Itegulator
Co., 405 Lamar Bldg., Atlanxta, Ga,
A Lover of the Ho e
looks as carefully after hl f t asq alny
other part of his anatomy. pays too.
Bring your horse here to be0 shod andl
see how much better he will wo'rk
for you. 'The improvement in his ac..
tion will show you that it makes a lot
of difference when you have hinm shod
J. D. SEXTON &SON
L.AURENS, . .
EME FOR EN.
AT YOUR DRUGGIST.
Take notice that on the 13th day of
-November, 1915, 1 will render a final
account of my acts and doings as Ad
ministiator of I the estate of Mary P.
Armstrong, decesed, In the office of
the Judge of Probate of Laurens
County, at II o'clock, a. in., and on
the sane day will apply for a final
dischargo from my trusts as Adminis
Any person indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
mnent on Ihat date; and all persons
having claims agaInst said estate will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever barred.
B. C. KICMSTRONG,
October 13, 1915.-1 mo.
The Books of the County Treasurer
wil be opened -for the collection of
State, County and Commutation Road
Taxen for fiscal year, 1915, at the
Treasurer's ollice from October 15th
to December 31st, 1915. After Decem
ber 31st one per cent will be added.
After January 31st, two per cent will
be added, and after February 28th.
seven per cent will be added till the
15th day of March, 1916, when the
books will be closed.
All persons ou ning property in
more than one Township are request
ed to call for receipts in each of the
several Townships in which the pro
perty Is located. This is important,
as additional cost and penalty may be
All able-bodied imale citizens be
1ween the ages of 21 and 60 years of
age are liable to pay a poll tax of
$1.00 except old soldiers, who are
exempt at 50 years of age. Commuta
tion Rtoad Tax $1.50 ig lieu of road
The Tav Levy Is as fol ows:
For Petate piirposes ........7 ills
For Coust it~utional School Tax 3 mills
Oridinlary County Purposes 3% mills
Por. Interest on Rallroad Bonds 1 nilli
Por Itoad and Brildge Bonds 1 millis
''otll............ ..18% mills
SPeieinL Schools-1--l4lurens Township.
Laurens No. it .. .. .. .. ..7%, mills
Trinity-Jlidge No. I ........8 mills
Maddens No. 2 ..........1 mills
NaLrnie' No. 3 ..1.......... mills
liiecv No. I..1..........4 mills
Milffs No. 5 ............2 mills
0.0k Grove No. 0 .. . .. ..2 mills
Oi No. 12.............. mills
eIal ihlools---Younigs Township.
Youngs No. :1............ mills
You igs No. 2 ......1 s
Y(uni):s. No. .. .. ..ills
Young.; No. .... .. ...1 11ll
louitaii Inn No. 311 ......11 Ills
Isaiiford No. .10 ....... ' ,ils
Ora No. 12 ..... .... is
Youngs No. ..... .. lls
Ct ral No. G......
ou , N o. 7...... ....8 millIs
8 ecial I Scliools--).als Tow.ship.
Gre od No. I . ..... mills
)ikN 2. . ....6% mills
Slilob o. :............4 mIlls
I inrksdle o. 0..........3 millis
I )a I Ihe el No7... ....2 mIlls
Youngls No. 71.............S millIs
Special Schools-Sulian Township
Mt.l .Nth. No.. .... .... ..8%. mills
Phinon N. .. .. ...... ... mills
Gor~ Sour-ings No.......2% m~lls
hiakrsdaen N.. 1.. .... .. mills
Dials Church No. 7............4.mill'
Suniain TonNi. 31 .. ..nd.11 mIlls
Mlerna No. 8 .. ...........2 mills
Wiatloo No. 1.. .. .......4 mills
Mlt. llaher No. .. ...... ..3 mills
Pietonme No. 12.. ...... ..8. mills
PomlrSp g No. 3........4 mills
Brawerton No. 7...............3mills
Mtu lasTonsh N R R onds.2 mills
Mt.eOlia No. 8.... .... ....2. mills
S'pecial Schmools-Waro o1o1 TonnhipI
Waterloo11 No. 13.... .....7 mills
M t allgh11 No. 1 . .. .. mlls
Bthlehem1 No. 2 ... ...2.. mills
'ikoms111 No. . ... .2 . mills
Cetnerpoint No. 4 .. .. ... ..i miillsa
roky1l11e No. .. .... .. ....3 ills
Mt Pleasan No. 3 .. .. ..2 mills
.\t.Olivle No 7--.. ......5 mills
Cros illtll No. 13..........7 mills
ICiro ll No. ..... .....2 mill-s
Clonlil No. 2...........2 mills
I aro 1 No. ....... ... mills
hCr ~l No. 3..........2 mills
.llstil No. 16.......... mills
lier nte No . ...1 .. . Imills
hauntero No. 2 .. .... .. ..- mlls
.Jcito No. 3.-.-..... .... mills
.Junter No. 84-.-.... .......3 mlls
W adswonrthurch N .. 3....... mills
Suntrn No 1 . .. ..2 mills
i~nOdel No. 1.............3 mills
Omura No. 15......... mills
Shadyietoe No. 2 ...... ..3 mills
Seuffletown No. 14...........2 mills
PriomIpt attention will 1)0 given
thoso who wish to pay their TIaxes
throu~igh the mail by check, money or
Peirsons sendling in lists of namesq
to be taken off are reuested to send(
thenm early; and give the Township of
each, an' the Treasu rer' Is very busy
during the month of December.~i
ROS 1). YOUNG,
October 13, to1..-t