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PLENTY OF POTASH GOODS
0 & H CottoniGrower
In fact, eyerything.,in fertilizer
to be had t is year.
Laurens - - - S. C.
'FREE FLOWEl SEED
TELLS YOU ABOUT IT
No matter whether you farm on I
large scale or only plant vegetabler,
or flowers in a small way, you neud
Hastings' 1918 Seed Catalogue. 'I's
ready now and we have a copy for
you absolutely free, if you wrlte for it,
menioning the name of this paper.
In addition to showing you about all
the varieties of vegetables, farm
grass, clover and flower seeds, our
catalogue tells howl you can get free
five splendid varietts& of easily grown,
yet beautiful flowors, with which to
bea'itify your hom surmroundings.
'Good seeds "of llmost e;rr;' kind
pre scarce this ason, (Iyou can't
afford to take e ance in your seed
su pply. I lasting1' cd, are depend
able seeds, the you can atways
(-ieid on- havlhft 'good hick" with.
You are going to -arden or farm
this spring. Why not ilsare success
so far as possible by starting with the
right seed? uon't take chances that
you do not have to in seeds.
Write today for Hastings' 1918 Cata
logue. It's free and will both interest
and help you to Succeed in 1918.--l.
G. HIASTINOS (0., Seedsmen, Atlan
CHIANVEiD FORM GLOOMI TO CIEEI
' My stomach suffering was so se
vere that I could not have lasted
mnuchl longer. I (id not. care so much
for myself but, did not want to leave
my three little children Who needed a
m'whers %,. anti care. A cousin in
California wrote me about Mayr's
Wonderful itemcdy and . took a course
of it. I hav' since be entirely vell."
It is a sinmi1h, ha .l ess preparation
that removes h catari'hail mucus
from the' Intestinal tract and allays
the inflammation which causes prac
tically all stomach, liver and intestinal
allmentas, including appendicitis. One
dose will convince or money refund
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
Undertakers and Embalner
It'il answered any hour day or night.
-Sirnpson,Coope~r & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
~I'tll Practice in all State Courts
- ?IWmPt As~tentlon (GIven All Business
's. 13. DIAL A. C.'TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Blukidings,
Laurensi, S. V.
PRAtJTICEi IN ALL COURTS
I4on)g Timefl Loans Negotiated.
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
r'omp~t attention given to all business
stoney to Joan en Real Estate
SeCL Phone ' Realdence Phone 91
Offl< ..mons Building
- c Feathorstone W. B. K~nlght
VrEATHIEIESTONE k I(NIGHIT
Attorneys at Law
Laurenai S. C.
.31 Aiusin as Intrusted to Our Car.
"Il hatve Prompt andI Car'eful Atten
aunide over P'almetto Bank
'ir. Featherstone will spend Wednes
-lay of eaeb week In Laumrens.)
J. ROY CRAWFORD
elats, Tracings, Bene Prints, Etc.
ilephione 260 Clinton,' 8. 0.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Dulin Peoples Bank Bullding;
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LANFORD N EMS. *
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Lanford, March 11 .-Mlvery week
brings to us fresh inessages from
those in authority, and whose busi
ness It Is to know oliditions, that the
outcome of tihe war will deCield on the
food suiply of the United States to our
allies in Europe. Let everyone take
these things to hea-rt and say: "For
tile and mine, we will do our hart and
do it chcerfifly" this month. The
very name 'March" indicates activity.
March, Is the command to the sol
dier; on the front to go foiward. It Is
also a command to the farmers who
Compose the rear supporting lines,
likewise to move forward. Let us emu
late the prudent soldier's example and
be careful as to detail and preparation
of the things we purpose to accon
plish along different lines, to help win
We had the pleasure of hearing Rev.
ir-. Templeman and .Mr. A. C. Todd at
a Red Cross rally last Sunday night.
Both talks were 'good and a good
many are interested in the work.
Mrs. C. L. Waldrep, 'Messrs. Yates
and Charles Waldrep, Misses Sara
Nance and Grace DeShields went to
Laurens Friday night to hear that
fine lecture on German attroacites,
"The Kaiser and the Devil". They
enjoyed it very mitch..
Mrs. T. A. iDrummond and Miss Car
ry Fowler vislited Mrs. J. ). W. Watts,
In interest of some work of the W. M.
IT. Work, one day last week.
Mrs. W. .1. Gaskin, of Buffalo, New
York, and Aliss Pauline Nelson, of
laTiureis, visited Miss Othello John
son this week.
Mrs. .1. S. 1liggins al( Mis. C. ).
Cox. visited Mrs. 0. J. Lanford re
Alessrs. Sam ,Dritunmond. 1). 11oy
Patterson, J. W. Johnson; Misses
01hello John on, Pauline Nclson and
Mrs. Gaskin visited friends and rel
atives at Camp Sevier and Furman
-Miss Sara Nance, Miss Carry Lou
Higgins and Allss Mollie Moore were
ithe guests of 1s,. John Dobo, Sunday.
Mrs. Stella honia.r and Miss Nora
'Cannon were in Laurens shopping re
Mr. . S. Higgins is attending couirt
this week. as a grand juryman. Ills
family is gallantly protected and
looked after by Mrs. GilhC'rt Cox dur
ing his absence.
Capt. .1. W. Lanford has just re
eelved a carload of fine Tennessee cat.
tie and is disposing of them without
Mrs. Blh Nabors, of Lauirens, has
been spending a few days .with her sis
ter, rirs. .1. 11. Patterson, who has been
very slek for some line. We are glad
to report. Mrs. Patterson some11 better.
'Mr. and Mrs. Don Burns of Baihs'
dale visited relatives here one day last
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* ai(N lY T\ I:l I; S
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hiody~ is v'er.v buisy' plowing andI pre'
?aring foi' planting.
Th'le entei'ta inment t hat was givenu at
lie school house a few ighits ago, wias
a success. A ic e sumif of liity-fly'e
dollIaris aind tirty 3'(cnts wt5a aken ini.
Mliss Gaen Ie A Iken spent1 the weekl
end with fi'iends ini Columbia.
Miss ialargairet Wolf lY spit. a few
daiys recently withI hei' parients, M'.
and Mi's, (. MA. Wolff, of J~aurecns.
Miss Mabel M\oor'e spent thle week
(end( with homiet'olks near1 Foulitfain
Mi'. Wi. S. Bolt and family speint
Sunday with Mr. tLa'ild TBrownlce, of
Mr. W. M. Ablercromible has pur'
chased a Foi'd ti'tck.
Sever'al of our' good hiouiseeepers
have had an old fashtioned dlilt ing lit
the few wveeks, that have passed since
it turnied wai'm.
Mrl. WI. S. Ilol t has Purtchased a Foi'd
Mr., Clate Roberts aind faitly fi'om
Gr'eenvillu, spent Sunday with Mir. 11.
M. .Bolt andl~ family.
Mir. J. M. Sumei'el r'eturne h101Iomei
Saturdauy night, after a few (lays' visit
to hits fathei', Mi'. '1. J. Humerel, of
Spi'uce Pine, Alabama,
Mr'. Sumer'el says that on last Sun
(lay, was a wveek ago, flint sixty of hIs
friends and relatives cameu to see him.
Mr. JTeff ,Woodls and little birother
and slster' visited their sister, Mi's.
I lerber't Abercroii Satiirday nIght.
Stop Corn Agony
in Four Seconds
Use "Oets-Itt"-see Corns 'etl l!
The relief that "Gets-It" gives from
cornt-pain--tlie way it niakes corns
and calluses peel off painlessly iI one
pie e--is one of lie wonders of t1e
world. 'Tle 'wonian in thoe homlie, the
.Ihopper, the dlancer, the foot traveler,
'le mnn in the olflce. 1lie clerk inl the
store, the worker in tle shop, have to
day, in thin great discovery, "Gets-It"
the one sure <iuick relilef fron1 all corn
and callus pains---(he ono sure pain
I(s' rentover tiht. mitnaes coris come
off as easily as yol Would pel a I
"Got Me 'Gots-It'
Quick! It Ease& Corn
Paine and Makes Come
Peol Right Offi"
banana. It takes k seconds to apply
"Gets-'- it dries at once. Then walk,
with painless joy, even with tight
shoes. You know your corn will loos
en from your toe--peel it off with you r
lingers. Try it, vorn stiffevrly, and
"Gets-t" is sold at all (riggists
(you need pa' no more .th11an 25 cents
a botile), or sent on receipt of price
by 1. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, I1.
Sold In Laurens and recommended
as the world's best corn remiiedy 1)y
Lamrens (Drig Co., Powe Drug Co., DIr.
11. F. Posey, I'tniiam Du Co.. laurekau
For Int'.igstiiGAi C'_onsti.pation or
Just try ono 50-vcen-t bottle cf LAX-FOS
WITH PEPSK!N. A Jiq'id Digestive
Lax"tive pleasanlt to) t:: . ovl' and
rweonnvided to n5 pub b- P MIdi
en C.%, 1-.1. a r:. wo i:::.-: :-mo
(uinino and Grave's '1.: " I ioic.
F. 0. B. Detroit
Thnink wha~it tha lin Ians~ Ito i
Tlhinik what it uI-oves asx to1
vllte m l quiality as (comi1
W\e say four it (eenI $:i ,(0 enM
not th whole Ituth.
As ai malit ter of fuel all fout
Car s sell for' more thau I $f
ig ini pice fromi $:1,050) ft
prliendi to $110,000 fori the
E'aieh one1 of' the eight impjo
"SNix"' l otres is also uts
t wo to n11 ine of these ioti
earPs. Two of thomti use0 Ti
Letter From France.
Privat' John 13. Check, son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. j. Cheek, or Princeton,
lits written the letter belov to hs
Mother, one1losing with it a photograp)h
of himiisQielf, IIell'y W\oo(d all( several
other Lattrells boys. Private Cheek
('nlist(ed early in 'the war as a icm
hler of Co. 1) and wa.; 111(r traisferred
to the '115 itleer'.. II: letter was as
0. A- isen-ile inl F'anice
Feb. 10, 1918.
.\s I havc v: i r fiotlClo ts I
will writv yov aev; 'ine:. Tl venth
er is very warIm and1W I feel file. ''hl(
t1r(es are budsii ln v '; ast and i!
lookur lit Ipin :: I oe it is.
Sare stIll I wo.sin: 'rd and hav
ing I good ti i . The tin::.o aie get
Hlg very funi", but it j-; not so bad
as smie people h bn I; sure takes a
roughi 1tanii to .w mnd v:hat is to do. Yon
harp to get to wihr you don't ente
Pfi nothing, and wve vre jl..: about to
get to that place. 'lease Subsribe
for thlie coulnty paper and seld it to
liE. I have not received youir box yet,
but ( gl(,ess4 It will colie befoie long. I
reeived a box from Sister and sure
did enjoy it. I will not have time to
Write often, but, will write as often
as possible. You cain guess where 0111'
next Illove will be. Will close with
John 1). Cheek,
Co. D, 11th Engrs.
A. 1. F, France.
via New York. I
At Edlen School.
Tie FA.hIool Implrovl POement A :osoci a-.I
tioi of !deil School ilvite the public
to an oyster supper Friday night,
.\Iahrb 15. 1918. Music will be r
-lered throughout the evelling.
Complete Iline of good Window
Shades, all colors aind sizes, prices
S. M. & IH. 11. Wilkes & Co.
A Big Touring Ca
r Saxon "Six" is Uph
Six.'' I )et rit.
a1xon " Si : use8 t~ he Il"t romthet
ared to any dliis Siixon "Six-1
f1 ,500 elass. 2 1use Remy igiim
es. Thait is 0
S use thfle lQ 1(dders
een of these
,000- - rang..- uede rli
it' t 'I- Iowest SiXl CSx
tostl iest carP I use' the setmi-Il (ni
"tant. Saxo XOI usethe1'' Exide ,sI
ed b~y fr'om duoes Saxoni " Six.'
rteen gr'eat el tst. slop for a mown
mnken axles. thi"I treendouts dlif
OWEN BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
.\1AN VPACP' I I'S
J gest ; and be1( t eqipped Ii on
u/ni enital weills in th CarinCal .
GRZEENWOOD, - - S. C.
RALEIGH, - - N. C.
Engraved Cards and Invitations. ..
...Advertiser Printing Co.
Methods That Are "Always Safest and
Best" for Cleaning and Dyeing
Car-pets, rugs, portieres, lace curtains, linen
blinds, blankets, comforts, furniture covers,
NOW IS THE TIME
o look over your Spi'ing and Sunimer wearing
apparel and send them to us to be cleansed and
freshened for exte ded seride by our unsur
Information in regard to woqrk and prices will be
furnished upon request,
FOOTE R'S DYE WORKS
.r for Five People F. 0. B. Detroit
ostered in Genuine Leather
is" at $95 1. o. b. I ween ihese ea is at. $3,t5u tia $1.4000
and1( Sa xon "Six"' at $995.
as. Sio doles Saxoni 'Pheni the full .siinifieani'e of thle recal
la-vaIlue( o[ :-axon~ Six' striikes
-g (arbureP(t ori. s;o hionie to you.
Now)~ take thue Saxon "Six"' muotor'---buuilt
a. So doePs Saxonl by C'ontineta~l.
ratlatlr. i) (0CM $1J.17to to $j2.200u alsi. nu.e the' Con
hllre s 110t a single feattire of Saxon
"Six'' whi se* wiorthI is op en to qu.s-.
nug axle. Si does.
hage batt ery o It is siunpjly a wondlierful enin--anid a
euti anil -figure ionmt Anud $200 Ii' j(or 300 more thanu t he Saxon
foenciie ini purice be- " 'Six"' ulriuce enn not get a beit ter car.
, S. C.
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