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*bItuarles and card of Thankss One
neat a word.
etered at the postefoe at Iaurenm,
S. Q, as second ola.s mail matter.
LAURENS, S. C., O0T. 25, 1918.
We acknowledge with thanks an in
vitation to attend the Cross Anchor
community fair, to be held Friday and
Saturday. We believe that this is the
second fair of the kind held at Cross
Anchor, the first one -being hold last
year. The fair is educational in char
acter and proposes to teach the bene
fits to be derived from co-operative
endeavor and diversified farming. We
hope this year's fair will be a success
and will produce lasting results.
e s .
"I saw a beautiful Mexican woman
In a subway restaurant last week
real 'Alexican quality'. She was
dressed In American style, but (did not
have on sitch short skirts. You ought
to see some short skirt out here 101
Paso is a city alright in that line.'
The above, taken from a letter trotn
one of the It'nion soldiers on the bor
(er to I'nion Progress, gives the in
pression that, while the boys are long
ing for home, thei are having quite a
Several evenings ago ourt tel'pol ne
bell rang. We', took the receiver down'.
and answer't the call. A young lady,
evidentl}' ,mng, answ ered al thet otherI
end. WV'hen we rave ier our na ine she
discoered that ceint rat had given ier
tihe w ron. nuinher. She did not show
any ill t'Riler- towards us when she
discovered ihe mistake, bit, ot the
other hand, apologizedi for dlistirbiig
us. "I at sto sorry" She said. Ilter
deme('tnor was so <iiffere'nt froinl so
many who use the telephone, but folr
get that it is huit a place to exploit
one's telu :er. We think that Inatty
people, mostly btrought toughtless
ness, are cros's over Ite t'elephone
'11iien they are not anywhere else.
AWltenl thin1.; 14f l% eon~ :t the otner
end of thet line it Shoutid bt' reinlem
lered t:a I 1 ie I:)i11 is not 'here andi1
not alwas in lit ta o ! !lt'ee.
The annnl:l ('otunty I air, as us:ual.'
surpassed exmetatiois. ''his is not
said in a .oking elnner, Ihis timte, for
the short ti e in wli' h the exhibition
was arranged certainly left roomn for
Sone doubt as tits sut('ccess. Ilowever.
it 1i1a' Sa tfely b ie ii it liai inl m -st d.
inaIiy na l oftt'n ini arige'r mimbli er
than ever !'fore. 'This was espec'iallIy
true' o' th in 'le ai*tgi i'l deltmr t
ftotd ('rop demparuint. I T'he exhiit li s ini
aill of ti. <h-pati 'ment:; gave atipt'
lproofi that the lxar'txwr'x of' this COtunty.
are'( imakintg ste';idl progrtess tilottg aig
I'itultura lxIinea, It niiay also be in
foi redl thta' the antnual 2air is lai'g"ly
resp lonlsibte for the awakening along
On accounlt of' the short timue in
which the tair' oflice'rs coiud arrange
for the Ifair'. a great deal of .vork was
thrown ott one orl two itmlIiiduals.
Wh\'ile alt of t the ('.ic's co-operate id in
ai very Cit itnuinable ntintner, most of'
thle work It'll on Mieast s '.. A. IPower
andt~ 'V. 't. e( . liui anil thei(se tw menit i
dlesi 've ai t dcalt of' I 'edlit f'orI whtin
they atcingj! ishted.
En~mday aftternooni On tihe .'triunds
behitnd thle sehool butildinig a very In
ter'esting~ gtime of haaket hall was
played het wee'n the nlInthI and tenthi
grades of thei city. school. The game
was well fouight front begirning to end,
w'.hich Is shownu by t he tenmarkahly
close !40ore. Thle tams5 bieintg very ev
c'nly matcid, ne(ithet' teamn was able to
oveinmae the othter to any extent andI
wbir n the gacim ended thec score stood
27 10 20, in favor oft the nInth grade.
The featutres of the game were the
stai' playing of Virginia Gray for the
tenth gr'ade and Sara ilishop, Martha
Pitts4 anid Addle Iimil D Iavis for the
ninN 1 grade. Thxere' utdl be another
game played on Ih ' .enre groundi~s hero
next iFrziday aftariuin at 4 o'clock he
tween the laur'eni It gh S'chool and
the WVoodritff lii.h +-.hmol. This Is ex
peeted, l'y the lOnI'~ fa~it to, be a v.'
heated 'i>.atbtt art a. ibe ge crowdl is a
tlciled. There will be a snmlI
mi. itn fee to e( m' r soss
W h'ly go elsew.ber a' for your t' '
'te'? We otfer a hd:-N'er tUne to o
F ; . Fl i wtI fuI'S & (9
DEATH OF W. E. NASH,
Expires Suddenly at Clinton Home
Early Tuesday Morning.
Mr. W. Edd Nash, a prominent citi
zen of Clinton, died at his home Tubs
day morning at 2 o'clock. His death
came very suddenly and was a shock to
his friends and relatives. He awoke
not feeling so well and war building
a fire when he was suddenly stricken,
his death coming shortly afterwards.
Mr. 'Nash was a Confederate soldier,
being seventy-one years of age. To
show their love and esteem for their
beloved comrade, the old veterans who
survive him in this neighborhood,
formed in line at the cemetery gate
and accompanied hi sbody to the grave
where It was laid to rest in the Clin
The funeral was held Teusday after
noon at 5 I'clock at Clinton, attend
ed by a large number of friends who
went to pay their last respect to their
highly esteemed friend. The funeral
was conducted by his pastor, Rev. Mr.
Fairy, assisted by Rev. Mr. Major of
Laurens. Mr. Nash was a member of
the First Methodist Church of Clinton.
A widow who was a Miss Wright,
two sons and three daughters survive
Mr. Nash, as follows: Messrs Paul and
Claude Nash, Mrs. Homer Henry, Miss
Minnie Nash, all of Clinton, and Mrs.
J. 17. Philpot, of this city.
Mr. Nash was a man of large affairs,
being one of the large property hold
ers of the county.
TiiAT KN1F1-:- l"ill 1h1IN
Is Only One of Nature's Warnings of
Weak or Disordired Kidneys.
ITave you a lame back. aching day
and night ? Do you feel sharp pains
after stooping? Are the kidneys sore?
Is their aotion irregular? 'se i)oan's
N idney Ifills---the medicine recom
mended by so malt y Laurens people.
Ituead this case:
C. I). Robertson. farmer, 1Monte No.
I. Ialtretns. says: M".\y hack was lamne
:1t(n lly kidnieys were disordered. Of
len when I tried to lift, a sharp pain
sei/ed tie in the smiall of mly back an1d
I had to drop whatever ! had in mly
hand. The kidney secretions passed
too frillently, bit the flow was scan
ly and birned terribly. I had such
had dizzy spells that I almost fell. Af
ter su ffering about a year. I read about
I)oan's Kidney Pills and got a box at
the I atrens I)rtg Co. They relieved
nme in a few days, and by the tit' I
had usenl four boxes, I was rid of the
trotubIe'. Thie clure has been tertna
P'rice .ne, alt ail deatlt, D)on't sini1
ply ask for a kidney remiedy. -get
i)oatn's Kidney ills -the saine that
.\ir. Itoberl son had. ''oster-.\lilburin
Co.. P'rops., Biufalo, N. Y.
Ac'cidentally Shot. Iimself.
.\Ir. WS1illiamn Ilurts, son of .\lr. TIhoml
as Ihi its, of the Woodrow W il s n se -
tion, accidentally shot hiruselI in the
left nrni lriday iorning, eautsina very
p:linful injuries. .\lr. Ilurts had spent
ruonst of ''hlirsd:y tnight o'iossut hitit
in; an1d wa-.s returning. hom1e early Fri
day morning when a rabbi jtumped
nIalr him. Ile threw up his gunit to
hoot thie' ratbil 1and it solme way ti h e
I ri''iz'r caught, ischiargingi the wh-tole
loade iitoi hzis left ar-ni. in andl ar1)1 o tm
thei elbiow. Mlr. lurts was br-ought t
dilhani fromz the loss of bloodni. .\fte
fioild necess-try to ariztit ate' thle armIi
lion. .\eoring to iti-nfr ation r-civ
c'd fromt th hi~lospIt alI Tuetsdiay night.
Mr'. Iludrts is iitting alonig nicely atud
wviili e able to returzn to his hotni, at
an early date.
A dandy lio)kert forz $ t.:-, made of
genutine ioak. Sianuishi mule skitn ui
htolster-ing, sprting stat, rich goldent
c~oor r'egtulIa r $ti.l0 v'alue.
('ardl of Tharznks.
We~ wvish to ixprtess ouri thantks andii
apprlieciat ion forn tihe kindlness shown
tis by curi fr'iendis- andii neIa i obors dur
.\i's. llon;alli. A. Sullivan anid F'amily.
YOU CAN'T FIND) ANY
DANDRUFF, AND IHAIR
STOPS COMING OUT,
Mae you~ 'r hair! Mazke it Iblick, niaiy,
glossy andi beautifuli at once ....
'lTry as yoit will, aifter an a'p1.hea
tion of IDander'ine, you can not Ilnd a
single trtace of dandruff or Calling ha ir
and yourt sialp will not itcoh but what.
will Pease yout Imost, will lbe after' a
few week's itse, when you see new
hair, fine anid downy at fir'st-ye's
buIt really new hiair--growing all over
A little Datnderine imumeudiately dotu
bes the beauty of youir hair. No dlIffer'
ence how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, jutst moisten a cloth with
dantderine and carefulily draw it
thiroutgh youtr hair, ta king otne small
strand at ai titme. Tihe effeet is imme
dlatec and amiazintg --you" hair will he
light. Iluffy andti Wavy, aind have an ap
tnecarance of al'a - - ""e; an incom
liarable iuttre ti's-e-;, and luxrra
(et a %'5-l'c n' .'-it!; of i nowhton s
I)~.dl itn f;-o y '. o tor' (or
is as trc ;' mi ~et , 'y-thiat
'--; treatl r:urt \ . .ru l'ottl wc vill
dobl th4e";e u ar
CURE FOR HYDROPHOBIA.
Newberry Newspaper Man Gives Easy
Newberry, Oct. 9.-It was noted in
the daily papers several days ago that
about a dozen persons had been bitten
by mad dog, and that they had gone
to take the Pasteur treatment. Mr. R.
H. Grenelser, the local reporter for The
Herald and News, has written for the
iext issue of the paper a story of a
receipt for' hydrophobia, which receipt
is in the possession of his brother-in
law, Mr. F. G. Wright, of Laurens coun
ty, and a copy of which he made while
on a visit to Mr. Wright's home the
past summer. It is said to be a sure
cure. Thinking it might be of some
service to these unfortunate people
who have been bitten by this dog, The
News and Courier correspondent is
sending his story as it will appear in
The Herald and News of tomorrow.
The story follows:
While The Herald and News re
porter (then on The Observer) was
spending a brief vacation at the home
of his brother-in-law, Mr. William F.
Wright, in Iaurens County, the past
summer, he saw a negro woman who,
when she was a child, had been cured
of hydrophobia. Mr. Wright said he
knew of several persons who had been
cured by the same treatment. We have
taken the pains to copy the article in
the possession of Mr. Wright, which is
Judge Htobert. .1. Bi'eckinridge, of
Danville, Ky., one of the most learned
.iurists of the South. gave the follow
ing sure cure for hydrophobia:
"One ounce and a half of Elecam
pane root ; bruised; put into a pit it of
new milk and rediced one-half by
boiling. Take it all at once in the
tmorning, fasting until afternoon, or
at least not eating until several hours
have passed. The second (lose should
be the samelile as the IIist, except. Iwo
ofnees of the root are needed. The
third dose should be the same as the
second. Tliere doses are all that is
needed for the cure. TiIs medicine
can be given at any time before the
spasms Come upon the bit teni person.
.\ dose' for a horse or sow should be
three or four time, as large as that,
for a plersoi."
('hildreni's Wagons in all sizes.
p: hed to save you big imoney.
S. \l. & I. It. WI I.KhI; & ;'O.
SPE(CI.tL NOTICES. $
'oilton Seed --We of'er this week
$2.91 per htindred for wagon seed;
$1.00 for ear seed. TI')se icies are
guaranteed against decline. Will re
pond to any advance of the market.
-\ny lilantity, anybody. We will not
tall down. .I. I). ('ulhertson, Madden,
S. C. l.1-It-pd
For Sale--A good'5 year old horse;
an el(eve hundre'd pound mule and a
god Iwo-horse wagon. 'el ms to suilt.
It. It. Todd1(. I 11-pad
('ottol Seed I have entered the cot
biy here ermianently. will p.y the
teep of' the miarlkiei at a l~~l io/. I am
l'iioi'intly, for light '.nekeeinog.
14or Siale A\1 aitr hiighi bredi younig
hounids, bieik and lan. W\ill s'lI ('heal).
0. .\. lFuller, lUt. 5, au'eins. 13-it
For Saile --Watts .\Ills P'roducts. We
haveiii jst rer'eivedI a lot of niice whit Ie
dimity chee'(ks andi sttips, whIch are
1i cents values. We are'L sellIng themi
at presenit at 10) centls per yardi. Watts
M\ills Store. i13-it
Wantted -100 men to join our liress
Inug ('liub. Steam press5 .list inlstaillled.
Ask ab oot our rates. l.auri ens SteamIi
lFor Sa le--52 neroi~s, 2 1 -2 miles northI
of l,aluriens On two pulicl r'oads. Two
tenanlt houses. lI ermudla palstur Ie. Iar
galin for' (iuick sale. Term'lis. Applly
to K' P. Mllnter. 12-5t
Wan11tedl --P1ulp Wood--1,000 cords of
Idin e, blackg umI, sweetgumn ash, w II
low, lioplar. See 0or wrIte S. MI.
Wr'ight. WVoodruff, s. c. I 2-3t
Nollee--See it. M. Wolff, the IReal
10state Man, befote btuying or sellIng
any'thIing In the IReal i'st ate 1.aine. Fa rm
landts, houses, lots, stocks, et'.
i~Lurensl, S. C.
Mloney to Loan- -on 5, 1t0 andl 20 y'ears,
Interest 6 to 8 per' cenit. iteasonable
charges. Dial & Todd. 9-5et
For Sale: Second-hand P'Iano,Stein
way. Pice very reasonable. Address
X. Y., care of Advertliser.
For Sate--The Estate of Amanda
Vaughn, 3 miles from Ware Shoals, 44
acres, good dwelling anid Out buildings,
lIne Ipastuire and well. 'To be sold at
plilc autelon at. home pla5ce on 1st
day13 of Novpmber~oi, at 1i o'clock. Terms
cash. Jf. F. Vaughn and slsters.
-Money 1 to 0,i on thoe 20-year amor
!za tion lanl, i am1or'"s 4Of$ 1,000 to
5 10.000. Small an nutl ,iaymnents. L~ih
aa preC-l'ayme' Ivllege. Fd11 de
taIls may he s'cur'ed from me or At.
i.orneys3, Dhil & TJo o. 'nurien.', S. C.
.' tdlient liom shc ubI '-e it In early.
Jo0; ' . CraIg,
Yl. F. D. I. li a rena, S. C.
Everybody's Invited To
Our Jewelry Store
A glad hand awaits you and a smile of
welcome. We have lots to show you and
sell you; but our friendship does not de
pend upon your buying.
WEDDING, BIRTHDAY .and HOLIDAY
GIFTS of all kinds
i We Fit Glasses to Eyes of all Ages
We handle the bist makes of Watches
Our line of silverware is second to none.
Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing
"The Reliable Jeweler."
Laurens - - - - - - - South Carolina
New Model Typewriter!
. Savd St. m m,
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Yes the crowning typewriter triumph is here!
It is just out--and comes years before experts expected it.
For makers have striven a life-time to attain this ideal machine. And Oliver
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Think of touch so light that the tread of a kitten will run the keys.
Th le new-day ad nees tha com alidI on e on 1 s iilt14 V( liVr'il' i eod
this m i ne'litC i are all ('ontrolled by Oliver. IEven,1PI(. (Ot 11Ii'P'1I~tl.vi iue
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4'hairac'ters ini the lit tle fingers of the right and1 C t'1C ou t iii 1ifiig(018 ie 01
left hands. And1( it lets you wriite thiemt all with eov rih.1Wtoseti ge J('iec
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