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dAmscription Price is $1.00 Per Year
Paz iablei in .ihantce.
~i'"iCi~isim Ifl\'I1TiN( COMPAtNY
.auirevns, S. V:
151lIaries ittid tiArd of Thanks: One
Cenlt 11 Woird,
-Wn' r d at the postolilic at Laurens,
F. C., as seconld clasit mail matter.
A..\ '.Si , 14. C., ,J.N P,19 .
- OQUncle Ad says:
Is a Wonderful
Some day even
-1 CANT al men will adver
.- -1 a . ISC tise - and why
shouldn't ve have the same as
surance of skill and service, ex
perience and responsibility, in the
public prints from our lawyers,
doctors and dentisti that we Cx
pect from the butcher, the baker,
or the druggist. OutIe :hese
professiois men la3.ve thC itesti
rnable privil~ of gett:gbusi
ness through adverti-ing. And
adve-tising can be made to fit
every business, large ori small.
B,' thanklfl' your buxinPs can be ada=rt.we
It. .. Cooprr. of this city, will it
ilm: rurdas"ov, rnlor of the state
T:ext T l' y. The innlii lrationl of
Mr. (' itas ('hief ilxecu tiv o Ihe
a . : v will mlark a nII' ra
Sf(int '8:l: t l'tis . iol ani leva -
tion ' ":,. office of _overn~lor means11
to e mlng ou of fact ionll I dif
i:h.v. b.. . of no p1ofit
to i t i o te fuitr W w 1 m3Y ex
V i f:ill: p tn
' I -X i r I. x
il 1b 1 realit ,,l. i ot 'a t ii'
scho.-I r1wis Gnoodenea
t11m1:nOard inl overy diro.-lmo ar.
not i fo 'tril inns h thin ati Inel
: i' : ll ji to I
Sb . ' vor ol it thi e I l aiu t:'llo a
oit i t
T n I. NT It ine.
b-b m I id i'Iu ..
nOI ' e i H- to be e erall pr iei
a t't op.- I \ ' refer, if you' illeaie,
to u!: .a weil cal wai Criinof (lit'
tt'- Thli' ard ofh'i i I th as
t'(io '(l oit. Cy letei it bs y w ichne
ofit hIe h condilios. but n the last
lioind t v i ndiviu l s ll a e
her wnoaetinitio with in c his
j~s ottl hie. f h nh\i i onsieea I- ou.
0ptge, arem t hroa. ha mh.. n
Tpeopland ofl Ttem ato doep all.
F ARM R E IS AVE OPPOITUN ITY
TO BUY GO1V EltN31ENTr 801w
Appliention Blaniks Now in Iitnds of
'Committemen141 and Farmtv-rs Should
Parmers who expect to a3vaIl hi'emo
silves of the opportunity of hilying ni
Irate of soda from tle gOVOITitelt at
actual cost tust act <uickly , 'I' all
applicntions Cor soda 11111M he in by
.a nuary '2.-. Coity farmn demonsltra
tion agent .\. I). Moore states Itla a'
orelrs 1tuu1t to to Washington 1ot
Ilter than January 27.
Application blankhs have been dis
Iribut 0e to the following memuu bers of
ithe local committee, and farmners
sh1oull appi yto their necarest comitf
Iceman for blanks and information for
filling out the same:
ILanford, J. M. Fleming.
Ora--- W. .1. Plemilng.
Fount in Inn-Peoples' flank.
Owings-A. C. Whittle.
GIr;y Court--4lank of Gary Court.
1a rksdale--.1. A. Todl.
Waterloo--.1. C. Smith.
Cross Hill --11ank of kross Hill.
.\lountville--.I. .\. Simmons.
W:Ir F'hoais--. C. G(ambrel.
\l:ilveen-.-J. I). Cuilho'rtson.
Gobilivillo llaylves WorkIman.
m--.o .ino. NI. C i'ml nt(l.
C'''on - 11t ler ^loyd.
-.s ih L. I cned*y. N.\. 1)
\b m or an:. of theha1v
p hatim iblan ay113 '1 iso hI
'Oil : l he following (oun1try stores:
%. It. 'Reevv . (;ray Court. 11. F. 1l
\V. .\. .\bol-rombie. ("ray ('ourt, P.
.W. 1-'r1 DI):vis. PHncet' on.,
(. 11. Taylor. \\'aro 4holls, 11. F. iP.
.J. ". M:Irt in. Wart, Shlsl. It. F. D-.
Inl ordler to expeolite mlattors, thei
fov.'lwi sulgestions are offertcl to
farner t'by \ir. Noore:
Applicalious oare to le made in dup
1Urate. N:nine shoul be signedi plain
Iv n1 t e I correct ur111al ronlte 11111Numb r
hoiuil he v lven. Only the exac'
niu tof nitrate neovlerl shloul 1:
hrvil. e:s far.'n rs ate 'pretty apt tW
,-, thev amount ther order this yvtrn
!, ol rl to avoid l <elay full inlforma1:
ii ll ed forl ont thelll application
blanlks shoid be iven.
\t. Moore states that members
III'( wituo ill e onl the sale of nitrale
f Soda inl this vountly aIre makcing vv
'ry iff'ort to ascertail promptly the
con0 ly's netls andl sineo the Doipart
un(i of .\criclltutre states that lore
is nn :1111 ple sup ply of nitr'ato onl ha l.
it :' tionlI lt hat farilers ought to :
11'111. shiplnnts more promptly thi -
w i iter.
BAD COLD? HEADACHY
AND NOSE STUFFED
"1'ft ('olh i t min-'.td l Ids cold,
w i i ri in t fi - in1jtr
I I " , ii itil I i i l' li ' i liti-i,
toi-i laiii' <lii'eban -ii or in u n-i
ftlt Ir altss :.hrg .to . .ias e vingIt
('5tn l i t ()t':t'ist iffiO . .((tlt IO sit
hI tto. ( n tge i ntli thl orb LIio ie
I nehv lrolop rehlitef as. "'a'so ('oft
Iets au'-t any drut ci st o '. I An s wIth
Is not -a nconvensience to \o 1(11'tno fub
('-O V.tu-:l tI'u('OOIP Eit
lioer suet Iin'tal tunchiii ofiI
Gov Ilee flhetA. i tiooperi ltft
'hee'h-'si- thl iutt atl'~ lunitheon'
of tiihi 1Greienvi tslar ClubaI, o~ alt
lin eia lltl y ser a . A h
mornin't tiaper f that1111 it ad flThe
si otritn desfirn toa dohono~tfl re to
:un i 1. a~ negor igyh til s w oon
ii ann-at h .1 st t ' nhif lexectiem ."TI
Trw lot, st longdrflY diseappearstat
is stos ar ncotsu oft tyuwl
Sit~tl fev ~jat o''la mabole loai
Ktto Htoth -l veinoha lanyin dral
i !' 01' tnole- houatr and da, it sri
an '- sv i i e m tie
INCUBATORS AND BROOD.
ERS FOR PROFITABLE
Clemson College, S. C.-Recent
ly many letters have been re
coived by the Poultry Division asking
for information relative to the use of
incubators and brcodem in hatching
and rearing chickens. The high cost
of poultry foods and the great demand
for fresh eggs and frys have convinced
poultry raisers that it will pay to use
a dependable system to obtain chicks
The old sitting hen will not work
when we want her to. She and hei
friends -refuse to go broody in January
and February, but they fI1 every avail
able nest as soon as the weather turns
warm and the time of hatching the
best chickens is over.
"My hens would not sit early and I
could not buy any early sitters," is
heard every summer and fall by own
brs of little chickens.
Any one who likes poultry can op
erate an -incubator successfully. It is
necessary to turn the vggs morning
and night and till the lamp once a day
It is not, necessary to examine a good
machine more often than two or thref
times daily, when the above work can
Every Incuhator Is equipped with I
thermostat to regulate the tempera
The more popular types of keroseni
1iilp inscbliatorl, ar heated by hot air
although there are sonic good .tylcs
heated Iy the cirulation of hot water
The main a(vantage of the hot air ma
chine Is that of durability.
The past year has found the electric
incubator springing rapidly to the
front. This machine can now be ob
tained for use on any voltage. It It
also made to be used with one of th
home lighting systems found on mnanyi
Souith Cairolina farins. The cost 01
operating an electric incubator is nm
greater than that of a lamp machine
'Ph' tecii perat.ure cnn be mainainet
at a uniform degree and the machin
can ie placed in any roomx of thi
It is usually fouad t'hat a profihablq
size intcuibator to buy hi ote with I
capacity of about 40 oggm. The sizo
containing from 120 to 150 eggs is ala
popular with poultrymen who do noA
desire to raise more than 200 or 30C
chickens a year. l'owvesr, a large in
cubator when only one-half filled wil
give as good hatching reuilts as a
smaller machine, so that a big ma
chino gives you an opportunity tU
hatch eggs for others or hatch suMff.
cient chicks to sell the surplus to your
neighbors. The best size for an eleo
tric machine is about 150 oggs. Just
now these machlies are rather hi-gh
in price owing to lit4lo c ,ompotition,
but it is hoped that within ii shiort tieiE
the price of the electric will be about
the same as tli limp-heatud incubator
Thei boleter types of incubators are
Imilt with dotible walls witi one inch
(' More of insulating matorial betweei
the wali. This prveniti the tempora,
hure of the gg chamber beinsg affect,
ed vitally by changes in the outside
tiepratur' of tho room. The cheap.
or incubattrs have simply a single
wall or a dolble wall with a pi-ece of
Isastaboard be :ween. It Joes not p;4y
to tiuy the ciheapor incubr~t(.rs made in
Somuo mnachiines have a separ-ate
comipartmenit below the eggs into
which the chicks drop as noon as they
are hatched. This is a c'sonveience,
but It is of nio specila-I auivantsage.
The aver'age / number of chicks
hatched from the eggs placed in an
incubator is about one-hid?. When
you buy an incubator it Its well to or
dotr one or more portable brooders, al
lowing 50 chicks to eaclshbroeder'. Most
of the manufacturers rate the capacity
of their brooders at about t wice ats
many chickat as they will satisfactorily
Trhese portable brooders are about
two feet In diarneter and stand on
three cast iron legis. The kerosene
lamnp is undler one side anid a woolen
curtain milrrounds the lowver part of
the brooder. 'The baby ('hicks push
under this woolen curtai'n and the
heat of the lamp keeps thle iniside o1
he brooder at t he requisred t emphera,
tur'e of ninsiet.y to n inst y-ti ve ilegrees,
It Its a sim l in mb oatte r- tn ra ise in
cold weattier' aslmiot all the chickes
in a br. o'ler of thIis hindi ~ when it is
placedl in a bright rooms. Later on In
the 'sa';oii whens tht das~ h'An to get
warmss, t' poritabhle h)vr is pr -erabsly
tst i nall wir; 5 rothue
Ani ss incbator tui m an ora more brood-.
ls will enabsle' a one' to hsatch
sitiiks when 01 sr h ' wats 5 It . liebru
fary an .d Ala.5rchi are the. i wo b.-st hat sh.
inig moniiths oif the. sprin lw .on. Pi.'
lnt a ? atled thlese ism mbAs'; wil com-ii
simam V to ly ini thle (: ily tall andi (Oi
finnei to 0 a 1 du(Itring 5tie in ri . T I.
easy t~o keep as pusS> lains 11u: sit
coldI weathier but ii is d: fl.: U ; to start
a young pullt to lay itsg untsl' aft VT
the colder weat her is pasi . 'Thensi the
old lhens which have cosmiile.ted their
molt begIn laying. This is why It is
best to5 hatch pulitets early anid have
them laying when the price of eggs Ia
so high ini the fall.
Exrtesions fBullet in Il's, "Poultry Cut.
ture for South Car-oina," which Is
aialed free to any one bsy the JExten
ison ServIce of Clemson Colloge. con
tains full dirtections for opierating In
cubato'r a-nd brood ers. The Poultry
Division wilt be glad to tell any one,
wneore the best mnakes of incuibators
and brooders can be obtanned.
TILat potatoes atnd other stamlhy
9egetables can saye wheat If you s
t1hem jM bread or- *16trad of breedt
$ SPECIAL NOTICES, &
S* I * I e $ * I * $ * * eS
Wllited--Sawyer. wIth comiplete out
lit to saw two hundred tthousaind feet
pine timber near Gol(ville. Can 'ifur
ni;h help until April if desired. (. C.
Izobbins, Gafflney, S. C'. 25-2-d
No lec-A--ly .registered 1laldpsiIre
boar Is low ready for service. If. A.
Aloore, 530 Conlway Ave, laurens, .
. ' 25-2a-9
Notie-i have reopeldl(i my under
taking establishmilent in the :ore r.: 1
formerly ocCdpied by W. P. Owen:;
and am prepared to give the best Sr.
vice promptly. \V. B. frook;; (ray
'ouit I, S. C. 22-5t-pd
NotiCe-The Wiatis "Miill; ginnery \v iIll
b)e run until further notice on Tiurs
days, Fridays and Siaturdays. R.' Cke
Notice--On account of the shortage
of labor, I am forced to close down
my gin for this season. Geo. S. Whami.
For Sa1e-vTwenty pis, cross be
ween registered Duroc Jerse' and
Ilerkbir-, ,average about 1) po-unds
each. Price $10.00 e'aela. L'. Al.
ilelelan at T. 'om Shaw farn)i, photne
Fdl'' For SvIc--- have a Pord Totr
'ng. Car ill good condition, for sale.
S ee 1: i-. Andermi Glia,- Cour'. 111. -4.
For, Snile---I HIelle City itinnbator
and lrooder. Price $1".90. 1]. A.
.\l r'e. ::'M Conwayv Avv, iitren, S. C.
213- 1 -11p
411. ed-1'od han1 1o work my
(ilmlo sharte. All's. Addie Temilple
ionl. ') --11I
For Stile A f(.w% ilor. ; lit Poia di
Chinla Mia Aary Cvmplet-m1. 26i-1t
\mlervison it rl-\\'e areo nov: deliver
ilg th' famliouis Anderson " SixS-1" i-s
Ohe besA .t . (r I thle 'Hre "\ itle
glictr inlic- '.Ut" .\iMad" inl hok
iliii v-nlere th' fata ous itock 1lil bug
ie's ar' llade. O the vcry bewst mi.a
toelial amd workinialsipii,. No shoddy.
Red Seal ('ontinental mio0tol'. g(llnilie
leather ipholst ert'ing. (all on tis or'
phone for a demlonlstrationl. Call for
T. 1). stmerel, at arnll ers 11 1(ak for
I)emnonstr at ion. 21;- 1t-pd
IiNAiL S E'I"',.11iE N'T.
Take not ice that on the 3,rd day of
l'eb uttary, 11019, I will en le. a fiial
accouit of iny acts and doings as Ex
oultlor of the estate of Margaret .l.
loore (Icased, in the 011lee of the
.1ludgc of Probate of lturlns cotliy,
at ii o'lock a. Im. and ont the same day
. di appdy for a filial discharge fromn
My tr uist as i'xecuto'.
Any personi indebted to said estate
is ? noted an( reluired to make pay
menit 01n thlat dlate; an all(ti persons
haviig claims itgainst said ('state will
presenvlt them onl or. before Said date,
ily proven Or ie forever barred.
AlRTIlIl ,'it f,. lifIDC'l-XNS,
Jan. 1, 1919.-I 11i. mIx'(cu tot'.
ii N A L. S E'i"'llE EN'T.
Take notice that on the 21st day of
January, 1918, I will render a final
accoilit of 31my et ts and doings as I x
I'ltr of hi esiie 'stt of Mrs. .1anie C.
cimlarko, (icoaveae, in t ilee Otii of the
.ladi.e of I'roball of Lauries coutity,
af II WO'lock, it. In., and onl the saml1e
dvy w'ill apply for .1 11inal di'charge
from Imly 1t111t as I reqntltor.
Ally per,1son inldebied to Said vs
!a is nlotillCd and required to m,
payme not n that dat; and a1 per
ebmns 1 having a, agails, sad 0a
talis winto (reen themtt of rs beor
salid idateMd t dul earednor heofe
bared. h Jlg f rbt fLu
telscit ity liC. Clocka.ers te
1ak t notile011eItt.i'n te 101h day o
Febr('I 'yi( 19ot , I willlatere3(1'rlla fll
nsonlitif my netlis andadhst sas ade
talea T. I .ladenl dlettaid on orhe of-t
h100 of the14' (14d13 of'tVl 01'bate foLae
tin t'I' medy il ppy olafia
dhear g fro my riit11as lainit
.Anli~y (io 'nd9 -bte tao.si et
mFt erhttlizeal r
*ale will eresen theorbfr
sad atd roenbefovr
Jauay Ch 1919 --dm
With and Without
See me b fore bu ing.
Also h die y
Lauren in &
Laurens. .- S. C.
DODGE BROS. CARS
The price of ti) Prothers
IAOT R RS
has incre se. in :2portion to
irncrase of LAL r an dnaterial.
ofThere w.l b ne reduc:onn of list price
of Dodge Er'hers Car. 6u.ing the fiscal
year eidi;ng July 1, 1919.
Price $1C35, "Co b Detroit
The Dodge Car the only car of the type
! and class adopted by War Department
for U. S. Army.
'I he up-keep is unusually low.
Phom:~ 2 A Street
DR. CHA'C. I* ZC* CTAER
GRADUATE Vi TEP..A GEON
an D NTIST
Service Day and Ni Charges Reasonable
Will Be Here Oq or About hJn, ?.Oth,
Office at Posey's Drug Store
To Our Customers
We take this method to thank our
customers for their liberal patron
age during the year now ended
and we hope by renewed effort
to merit a continuance of the
Wishinig all a 4N4y and Prosperous
New Year. V
W. G. Wilson & Co.
h* WATCH' F'R
It Payvs to Buy the Best WVatch You Can1 AHTordl
At Our Price Anyone Can Afford
a Pretty Good One'
We have no watchy.s at any price that we don't
warrant to keep good time.~