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For Sprains, Lameness,
Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism
Penetrates and Heals.
Stops Pain At Once
For Mart and Beast
25c. 50c.$l. At All Dealers.
N. 3. 1)1 \l, A. C. TOl)!
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,i \A( I'1t' IN Al.I. i 1 "''TS<
Jlvcw. to L. o n i l "1 dati ,+ - laun
J. ROY CRAWFORD
Piats, Traeln01gM, IBlu Pints, Etc1.
Phlone 26,01 Clinton, S. C.
8 ipson, Cooper B dabb
Attorneys at L&A~.
WIN1 'ractcae In all State Courts
.PromPkt A tention Given All Iusinest
Undertakers and Embalmers
0 ells answered any hours, dayor night
B. R. TODD
Englneering ane Contracting
Land Surveys a Secialty
.anerete Work Skill'ull;, done or Ia
Etriwngs and esumates of all Kin
L. . 1FealithersuiE WY. it. Knigtl
!'E.\T'illtTON .'' &1 . KNiGH31T
\3. l rL.Tns tit Law
Lauren , S . Carln
Ale uIn P.oliee toan Bud'in
Dr . . Timmerma
R~oomsu 205-.207 Masonic Temuple
Postoflce Box 685
Greenville, S. V.
Prompt attention given all business.
Practice In all COILRT3.
.1 SE RIOUS LAJSS
is loss of appietite.
'T5AOP. MA RK
TC'1Q DIG1 lUESIVE
arpens your11 appeuti Ic, aIds diges
tion, improves the hecallh, and gives
strength and vIgor. Sold only by us,
Eureka Drug Co., Laurens and Watts
When Vee Take Oold.
Wlthu the aver .,~o man a cold 1.i a so
rious matterO Mu shouldl not be lrifled
with. as1 home (0 lie most daulugerous
diseases : 4 w u'1 a c:ommon511 cold,
Take C3hamubu Ii's; Cough Remedy
and get rId of vra' col as 'iuickly as
possible. -'c 'i not experimeontjng
We .Olyou (e I remedy, as it hi~
ee4'n In u. Or any yearstand buta
I iD ul bIr 'I Pil:' hlon. it contlains
i ( 'cm i ijnri narcotic. Obtain-.
SAble mJe. OnI'
WHEN YIELDS DECREASE.
A Lessened Average Por Acre Does Not
Always indicate Poor Methods.
A ierensed I avterago yield per nere hi
it ttIe does not alwarys indiente poorer
m10et11ods of ftrtming. It more oflten
nticats that fiarinitig imethods lie .u t
ns good or het ter, buit that less ptroduc.
tive lituld has been lait itider Clt ivi
lIon. .1. (. McIo~well of the dei11rt.
tuentt of n--riettiture p~oints out. th:tt in
dis1tricts where cotnet'cil fertiliz.ers
are not u(sed stat1istle frequently show
tilat its prices go lp the iivertage yield
per here gces down. lielet' prices for
wlhent have entised litrge nirens of whie at
to be grown fa the drier distrlets of tihe
central West oni linid thit ennnot hO
mavde to pwoduce harge ylebils perr ne01'.
''hi, lowers the nverage yield of wahe:tt
in thse stides Itt the very time wihen
the farmtiters are iltproving their meth -
ois in order to have more wheat to soli
at the higher hiltes. In this wuay in
cretsed prices often lower the average
yield of fiamill eroi.s over considerable
arets by bringing what wIts formerly
nlp)rofitable tudet 'n4Ceessful culii vn
I ithe extension of agriculture iInto re
glons that formerly could not he lfairm-i
ed itt a profit ituny e due to it variely
of cnuses. nindunt; Which lay be miten
Illted igher prices, betler- cultitraI
mi etouds, tuore ellicient tit m iehinry and41
iinttigratIon due iti a generaI increatse
of lponiniion:tti. A1l these factors 4 om-1
hine. to push 144th the corn helt anti
the w cile: i. eit fui irtiehet an i trtr ii
west, I1hu lvelopin g Iarne b'ittn
1.11 111 h 1 al r:: i elvioutly b.en i o n
erucd wortles4 s. Th'ie decr e:m'l avern:1;.
y'iehl ofI 4 4rn1 per ac re hit s-1nn ' ft':4"
W~erslern Stmles. is 1:erlhaps. ft:e 111.4re 1->
ia etns'iln wre:l e 11han1 to depl. icti : of
Soli terillit y.
Cultivation in Late Fall and Early
Spring Kills Worms.
Wormy raspherries, still fresh in the
minds of the plickers, are forittnately
not i ne'essary evil. erries wich
aure infestedl with raspherry fruit
wormts ennot be shipped anly dis
itnce. They mnke tlie box ui:dIht ly.
soon full itaart anti reqiiire unticies.
saty work of the biousewife.
D urinig Ithe pickding season 111111 im
nteilit e'ly after the sensoti's close the
wortus drop to the ground, whore after
abolt six weeks Ihey change to help
less, delete ptiutme. In the s)ittg tihey
transformn to small, adult, b~rowtish
hlle' s ib otit otte-seventh of an inch
long. Ilebig hungry, '1 they iminteillately
chw 'longated holes inl the younig.
tende' 1 'ives tul liter nttlke holes in
the bania. Often fros1i 10 to 15 per
cent of the ht(ds tuny be des troyed in
Sin'e the Insects( are hellitess it the
grond, c'tivation it the late fall ail
early gi~ring will kill many' >f them or
expost. htemlt to their enemies. 'T'hey
nn he .ulei also by sirwuying with .
tot' loom.u,'t )f lead trsenutte paste to
fifty gitllonls wilt e'r the first or see
und week in .Jiy, whetn tlte young
hilantits iiare about six Inches high. It Is
iiltiortant to hutvc ui! negleotril wilt
bushes detr oyerl,. t' r these serve its
Covered Yards Save lanure.
P rofe ssor' Isob~erts, iformeksly of C'or-.
neill. wi:.s al strong1. advi -te"t4 udtz enl4
larn,yl rds for I he cons.rva m N4i ot
i11n1re. Tis sysemit 114,tiil Ii l1. 1' il it i by
pl'hfsuo 't''azier of4 t. t l'v rityl'f
Iliois.c i'overt b11rnynnttIs ar shie~l
wt~it goit rs. wriit hieorhwitg houtshlei\
naI i nnl eil Ito -h s to alltowI Ithet tih toi
ltute :hutfeey Tebs.tni
keep itd liyor rmt. he m an 11 ICxler
riei'ove frtombt s I th blrsses ofprt l
abo(u~ t mlll sufcie irntchdini t d't iestii
uted IvIr S'te sufetil' Itnue elenn-hit
gii nmlur cotit'ia compntet ory. and
ikeep hit Itst by ow ter lil ex0' re- a
food.t n addll't itidn ite nird bxercIse
mas n ere efherTepr. a
'Jene oryonideredyti saist tnstoy. I
isth that thefl cilos keeplt elennor than
whelnuy stable3liand t~'h mIkn br is hg
more than a box with a hinged door,
constructed on the well platform. It
contains a smtall wlndlttss (A), fitted
with a rattchet and1( r'ope for raising or
lowerintg the shlv',es hn the well. Milk.
buitter ami1( veg.etables are' placed on
Ste shtelft ii lowered downt ttiear Ithe
water, whe(': the ai3're kept as icelyv
itm In at cily r'efiigeitor.
Tfhe sz of thte sheves' may13 vary' te
('ording to she of wel'l. 'The height of
Sthe 1bo) shio : d Ibe a bout tree feet at
least so its t.o give plenty of rom for
pineirrng the ttaunt I~ on the shlv~es.
The0 windhiis~ ony he made from n~
allI pole ant!ld thf'emainder' of tihe
refrgeentor eni'e-em'iile of (,,,1.,,u...,
TEST CRIMSON CLOVER SEED C
O Sampltes of lots of crimlson
8' clover seed tested recently by i
+ -the depnartt met of a;gricul tue C
' usually lhave o1II naind abou <(
. one-third of dead seetd, an1.d In
man1y sahini les niore than two
> thilds of the seed w1as deati. It C
& is huportanat, therefore. that 4
& farruers know the ataiilty of tl e
c criuson elover seed they intend C
& to sow.
' Every lot of seed shotuld be C
& tested for germinati Ia'd then -
> seeded havavily enough to itistire C
& getting ai stand. If the present C
supply of seed of low gerianlun- C
tion Is sowed witlhot testing 1nd C
lat at usal rate of seeding poor 4
2 stands and failures will follow C
even under favorable weather Co
DWARF HEGARI KAFFIR.
A Sorghum Introduced Into This Coun
try From the Sudan.
The agronomy delmra tinent of the Ok
lahoinn AgricnuItua l colhige recelves
manly intulries as to I)warf' Illega'
Kaittli'. A. I aiale of the depa ' t itell
of n gOt11~ ' siys file fodowing': In
forilattol, t:aken froata it goverinent
reatu 't. i.4 t ex 'ellelt I !'e aitclat of th
Su h~iert :
I)wat' IIegcari is :a surl'Iaatnn that wnl:
inltoduced lnto the ltnite dl.'1at(s fron1
the utiincaa rialon ut .\ Cris t ain t9,1". I
is nat:iv la' 12 tlt' scale 11:art of 11u11cian n
;eterital :lnd la known.v~ the(re.hy. the Ina
tives as Ileigri .\ iwiif strain vtn
ilbtaini l by seit tion at Ihe ('thil.
:"1( the (Te'(x.) '.(e:l stat ionl. hunl t bia s-el
tIln was givet the nam1ne of 1)war
1 [t'egail In (order to dist inguish it fron
ID'wri Ithick 1'lulled (' 1'tr, which it
reCSetnl)es very c'losely. Thels leaves nr1'
intie'otls amil luage, like lilose o
Kaullltr. The stern is not so tluek, hua
Is more Juiy and sweeter thn I lh
stein of Kallir, and it. hears ita Iform
ly upiriglht seed head very lIke thut of
Kalir in shap te, hait looser. The stet
is a trifle larger thuan Ick hull Katlli
seed, but Intermediate bet ween it alt
feterita seed in size antil also In harl
ness. )war llegarI under orduia',
conditions grows to ai leighiat of foi
to four and ine.-haltf feet ant11l ianature
in ninety to a hundred days, a itt t
earlier than the d warf atato. It with1
stands drought as well as the latte
and produces ain(' ( itt inal y1el of gral a
Its short growin sensosta allows it t
he grown well north in the Grea
pin as, ndul i the southern part o
this region it r'odunces Iwo croiups
grin In one season whliei n I tat rains art
abundant. It is adipted to Texas ana
New Iexico, western Oklahomtao , Kat
sus and Nebraska and eaustern Cloh
rado. The fodlder yiel Is not eitual t
that of black hill Katllr, but is bel
ter than that of dwa't milo.
Rate of Seoding Wheat.
Exper'iaments condut'ted by the Ohl
expe'iment sta)tolt uring sevent ee
yeahrs 1nind iluding eight diff'erer
rats of seeling w t itii I 'u'ets a
whleait show thlat I 'idalt n'iks toi Ith
heat1re give Ite greatest net y ld (
graiIn. I Igures given in the statioin'
htnit bly bultlet t for .\ 1Igust. poiiunt i
ginttocat aii o grailual itncrease in yli'l
u'hzht lbi(ks to Ithe' iac htas not tial
for' thle ('xta $('edi.
,1.xUseful Dovico on Tractor.
It sxtatedi that this deavle' natotma
1ally ~ t's a1 tr'it r it' t b eepti it
dirtetI int piar'llel to) the' tlurroiw. Iti
n retc1av n a 'ti ame, w.ahich~l at thle reta
is aat'tahed to t th front wheels of lii
trator andtl at the front il suppo'te<
by3 tw'.o whIeels, (one of wh'ttih travel.
ona the untplow'.ed groud and the othe
ini thie furr'mow. 'JTh furr'tow' whelb hai
ai shield(, w.thch is kept bearhig againis
the landt s1(de by means of a stroi
.prig. Thais' aranagementt keeps tb
new fur'row. piaallet to the old onae.
ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
Spr'ay or''har and1 tu gardent crtops wit I
Cut aisjiaagui tolls ais soont as dr,i
laid bunt tihem; they') hartbor isets.
Keep eler~ay gr'owhtag r'aid~ty. Keej
at weedIs and( gti'o plentty of wanter.
If red spiders appear ona ev'ergreei
tprtay ft'equenatly wvitha a goodi Inseoti
Wamtch for two legged imarauiders It
the metoni patch. It mtay be naecessarj
1o suIt up nIghts, buat It ~atys.
Tantend of sprinikling the garden, dig
'lIk. hes bet ween the rows i l thlen
wIth waater two or thre'e tImes a week
tiul 1-hy killintg thtese next year'a
' uger's ill )boltened.
. oiions h)1a'e st edl rowing put
'en' an'l 19, th'on th ie gr'outnd t<
en.1 Whena the tops tare dry twis'
tou oi Oand i# store I' WtIN,.
1' blght aPpears'f s, at with I4.5-5t
nuv~iii mixturie.-UnTiar aity Farm
DON'T BE BALD.
HIere's a Gool Way to Stop Loss of
lelr and Start New Hair Growt.h.
If the hair root is 4solutely dead,
permanent baldness y I be your lot,
and you might as well choeei up as to
bemoan your fate.
If your hair Is falling or thinning
out, don't wait another day but go to
I.aurens i)rug Co. and get a bottle of
I'arisian Sage, the truly eillcient hair
Don't say, "It's the same old story;
I've heard it before," but try a bottle
at their risk. They guarantee Part
Sian Sage t grow hair, to Stott faijing
hair, to cur dandruff and sto dcalp
itch, or mon y back.
Parisian age contains J tt the ele
ments need d to iproip Ply invigorate
and nourisl the hal roots. Its a
prime favor to will iscriminating Ia
dies becans it akes the hair soft,
bright, and ap "ar twice as abuind
ant. It is ai :eptie, killing the odors
that are bound to arise from excretions
of the Scalp and, a1:4 everyone knows,
sage is excellent for the hair and
Parisian Sage is inexpensive and
easily obtainable at drug and toilet
FINAL SE T'I'LEI E NT.
Take notice, that on the*20th day of
October, 1911i, we will render a final ac
count of our acts and doings its Ex
ecutors of the estate of .. Ii. Ow
ings, deceased, in the office of the
.italte of 'robate, pf 1,Laurens County
at 1iI o'clock a. ml. and on the same day
vill apply for a final discharge from
our trusts as Executorns.
.\ny person indebted to said estate
s notified and required to make pay
anent on that dale: and all pers'an
(av in m claims a:-m iu t said estate will
rl'osCnt. them) on or be 'ore said date.
iuly proven or be forever barred.
.1. C. Owings,
It. C. Owings,
Sept. 20, 1916.-- - mo.
KEEP THE HERE
AreYou Prepa for
YOU arc it "Mother' 1reiid'
has been given a pla e in - ir
h0ome. The dread am ai l y of
childbirth earn be ell it ited to
the greatest extent by this won
derful assistant to nature. )rug
gists everywhere sell "Mother's
n) Valuable a
tBook on Motorko
.eit Free to All
Expeotan t Mothes
TheBrad Iivodd P.?u3.Io,'CA
It s ' e
cn oo ndeSSagran
ill weou its enthu
It ansEron evr 5,
says Mrs. Sylvania Wooth
writing of her experience v
tonic, She says further:
Cardui, my back and her
thought the-pain would ki
to do any of my housework
of Cardui, I began to feel li
gained 35 pounds, and no
as well as n> big wate
I wish every suffering
a trial. I still use Cardul
and it always does me go
tired, worn-out feelings, etc.
ly trouble. Signs that you
tonic. You cannot make
for your trouble. It has b
women for more than fifty
Get a Bost
State of South ('arculina,
('oit y of ILaurens.
IN COt'IT O COMMON i'i.IAS
i'he l'iiion ('ental 1,ife Insiurance Co.,
John ). Terry, et al, Defendants.
Pursuant to a Decree of The Court
in the above stated case, I will sell at
ntblic outcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens , Ii. S. C. on Salesday in
November next being Monday the 6th
day of the month, during the legal
hours for astch sales, the following de
scribed property, to wit:
No. I.-All that lot, piece or parcel
of land lying, being and situate in Wa
terloo Township, County and State
aforesaid, containing one 'nundred'flive
and four--tenths ( 105 -1-10) acres, more
or less, hou nded on the north by other
lands of .1. I). Terry and lands of A. (.
Irby, on east by lands of .1. al. Philpot
and .1. 1P. McDaniel, on the south by
lands of J. It. McDaniel and 11. Y. Boyd
and ( the west by lands of A. G. Irby.
The more exact distances, metes and
bounds will more fully appear by a
lplat of a survey made by 1i. 11. Todd,
sprveyor, under (late of Jan. 21st, 1913,
reference thereulnto had.
No. 2.---Also all that tract of land
adjoining the above tract and contain
ing nineteen and 82-100 acres, more or
less, facing on the public road leading
from Laturens to McDaniel Mill, bound
ed on north-west by said public high
way and lands of W. L. (ray, on the
north and north-east by lands of Will
Terry, on the east by lands of Will
Terry, on the south by . .iD. Terry
t ract above described and lands of A.
G. I rby, and on the south and sou th
west by lands of A. G. Irby. The more
exact distances, metes and bounds will
more fully appear by a plat of a sur
vey made by 13. it. Todd surveyor, un
der (ate of .Jany. 28th, 1913, reference
being thereunio had.
Itoth the above tracts containing
'ne hundred twenty-four and 86-100
- -it can')
I On the re
/ Albert pact
prefer to gi
the nainljoy amoke
e 1/OU'LL And a cheery howdy-do on te
Amatter how much of a atranger you are
-neck of the wood. you drop into. For, F
Albert Ia right there -~ at the flest placE
pass that sell. tobacco I The topp
bad sell, for a nickel and the tld
tin for a dime ; then there', the,
si- **umidor.-an- the"";
thatu keep. t.l
noke desire you
aver had I It is so
and appealing to your
you will get chummy with
ur 10c to prove out our say
, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In
vist Cardui, the woman's
"Before I began to use
id would hurt so bad, I
II me. I was hardly able
After taking three bottles
ke a new woman. I soon
v, I do all my housework,
woman would give
when I feel a little bad,
side ache, nervousness,
are sure signs of woman
need Cardui, the woman's
t mistake in trying Cardui
!en helping veak, ailing
le Today! ,
1 2I 86t-100) acres, more or less.
Tesn; of Sale: One-half cash, bal
ince to be paid twelve months from
late of sale ;Ihe credit portion to be
eured by bond and mortgage of the
aurelaser over the said premises, bear
ng legal interest froml date, with leave
o Purchaser to pay his entire bid In
ash. Purchaser to pay for papers. If
he terms of sale are not complied
with, tle land to be re-sold on same er
o1e subsequent. Salesday on satme
terms, at risk of former purchaser.
C. A. POWVlR,
C. C. C. P'. and (s. S., Laurens, S. C.
Dated, this Oct. l6, 1916. 13-3t
H. S. BLACKWELL
Attorney at Law
Prompt attention given to all business
Money to loan on Real Estate
"flce Plhone 'I Residence Phone 95
Oftik g .mons Building
CHICHESTEF S PILLS
- k I .q A61; .ou r ilruig lit for
4iui,ehcr.t er'n 1iiornud 1rrnd&
. Lii in l d nin Gold i l e ic
nIt <tlu e c14m
f T ko on othei lue e r b
N il Ar ilr, IfTE
' s known as Ni sat. Safest. AtwaysRellabte
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
LAUItENS DRUG STORE,
YOU CAN HAVE
beautiful hair if you keep the scalp
clean and healtihyr,. eglect results i
baldness. wVe recom lend
li. flt TONIc
for keeping the scalp healthy and pro
luotinlg hair growth. 'old only by us,
r0c and $1.00.
iNureka i)rug Co., Laurens and Watts
or is so different and so
bite your tongue;
parch your throat;
n smoke it as long and
as you like without any
c but real tobacco hap.
verse side of every Prince
age you will read:
JULtY 30TMe, 1907"
i to you a lot of tobacco en
rince Albert has always been
it coupons or premiums. We
ve quality I
o the I
Thk is l the evers side of the
Prince Albert tid, red tiin. Read
itsl .Patenteel Process"muewage
to-ou an)4realize what It means
Pnmk~girince Albert so eobc