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A Monumlent to the Weevie
There is a county in Alabama that
has built a monument to the boll wee
Vil-because the boll weevil came
along and forced the farmers to got
away from the onte-crop idea, and go
in for diversified farming-made then
"board at home and live at the same
place," as the old saying goes.
Perhaps no county in this section
will ever build a mo tt1nent to the
boll Weevil--there Isn't the necessity,
for we have gone a longer way in the
direction of diversified farming than
they have in most sections of the
South, where they have not been trou
bled with the pest. But Georgia and
South Carolina have done much to be
cole corn'1-growing, pork-producilng
states. We have gone in- for wheat inl
the past few years and found we could
raise all our breadstuffs and we have
gone in for cattle-raising and dairying
to sonme extent. We have raised more
poultry and We hlVe gon1e in for fruit1
and vegetabis and foind th em profit
abale.-The Aug usta Chronicle.
,retpnh ,Eat Chrysanthemums.
Thr'1 1emun is serd as a
"Ge ts.t" eaels Your
Cr Right Off
'l'iso It Without Fu1Sn or
l'roum6" Never Fa1ilA.
The' only qno* .wIny to V1t .rid of
a 111 cor ,y "that I , to pe ll otfl as
yoll wdultd a banana i"kinl. Tihre Li
onl y oe cor itt r1emltover in all tho
orld hat does it' that way. otnil h at
is "G ts It. It If; e nue of th1:; fanL
There's No Corn "Cets-It" Will Not 'Cet.'
iih i '' t ''l.-11 ;i lbV e bigg1 1 - 111ll
ln l It . n. .he..... ''.rn
tv: ph o yon ('ornl$s, eer e
plii !4 - . .l y. . nee
a g3 d r.. .... A..:-...to d .....i. n
int. y-.tinae.' it do1.:. awy' foren
Thn-lere' os sesr- ills andblood
Fe eml.-free at inal.
' tr-It , the o l l% :.r , Mra o d
a tr:if.w at anty drug storz'. .Wt!'. by E.
La np & ('o., ('ia:g. I 1.
. I 1 in i (*ren and rI"ma ,Ae
asl Ih ol' et corn.- ramdy boy
rea atu al.. 'tm s r upStr
illian G61s as a Child in "Broken
Alias Lillian Gish has again proved
her remarkable talent as a screen act
ress In her performance of Lucy, the
child in "Broken Blossoms," ). W.
Griffith's art sensation, soon to be
shown at the Opera Ilouse. In Thomas
Burke's story, "The Chink and the
Child," taken from "Limehouse
Nights," Lucy, the daughter of "Bat
tling Burrows," is supposed to be '12
years old, but with the license of the
artistic producer, iMr. Grillfith took the
liberty of adding three years to her
Few who see her performances as
Lucy will forget that tragic moment
when at her bullying father's con
mand she tries to push her wan lips
Into the sonhliance of a smile, Mr.
IGrilfith declares that this was a purely
Involuntary piece of acting; for when,
duing the photography of the first
Hene of cruelty between her father
and herself and she was all in very
real tears, he suggested as director,
that she smile through her tears.
She was so wrought up over the
scene, that she tried to sinmile, hut
could not, and then. (Iii te naturally
and withoit tholight of artifice, she,
with trembling fingers tried to push
up the cornIers of her lips. It was so
pa:11teit and humit a gesture that Mr.
ritlith at once realized its value and
it iemain:; one of the striking notes
-Ii tho prormoiance of th lls moving
" lo r Ioflv s .and lovers."
He Did Something.
"Now I guess fo! :s will kniow that
old Capt. Shioolian hm dlon[1 soimeothi,: "
he' nd11, and he Ih down and dii(e._
rind Iaihs Ilterahl.
Now She is Stron; and
Philadelphia, Pa.--"I was over
vorked, run down, nervous, could not
-at or sleep. I felt like crying all the
ime. I tried different remedies with.
)ut benefit. The doctor said it was a
vonder I was alive, and when Vinol
vas given me I began to improve.
* have taken eight bottles and am
ow strong and perfectly healthy in
!very respect, and have gained in
veight. I can not praise Vinol
-rough."-Mrs. Sarah A. Jone3, 1025
Jc'vada St., Philadelphia, Pa.
We guarantee Vinol to make over
vorked, weak women strong or re
urn your money. Formula on every
.ottle, This is your protection.
Lor sale by Laudiens Drug Co. and
* MADDEN NEWS. *
* S 5
IMadden, Oct. 28.-The date reminds
me that the fall is rapidly passing. The
weather however, is that of mid-sum
mer. Cotton will soon be out and
when the embargo is lifted and the
price is 36 cents, it will not only be
out but gone also.
The group meeting held at Now
Prospect Sunday stands out as a good
day for Baptist people. Representa
tive members from Mt. Pleasant,
Beaverdam, Chestnut Ridge, came in
goodly numbers to be with Prospect
folks. 3ro. Wiliams was in his ele
ment, enthusiastic speeches were
made by Revs. Templeman of Laurens,
Long of Clinton, and Vermillion of
Vh'rior Creek, while Laymen Thonip
son of First Laurens, lloyd and 'loore
of Chestnut Ridge, Chaney of Lang
ston, maide short speeches and to the
poil.. Especially good was the four
lininlIlte talk of Mrs. W. Ii. Austin, to
the Sunday School.
Towards the shank of the evening
Iinle John Finley Siinunifled the mat
10c1tep in ils owln way. "Iirethreii , don't
he ulineasy abotl Prospect. We are
just as slre to go over the toip as that
I'ml stan ding on this flor'. Ad-here
Ihe waved his wal king stick vigorously,
"it' you know wlcre there are any
weak place: you het ter' go blild '-iml
U . We are all. right."
Aliss Alargait 1ludgInIs, of, Ef'.'
ifIld. i- on. a visit to th r ;In t, .\lrs.
Co1ra Aladrien1 and otherl rebive hre.
.\fr .H. Y. Cbronwa.: fan of
tile -;eIakers froma PrIosp.iL' to i r. .
Mlr. -1. .-\. \\ottord anl g (; n
TIoml, alil M1-. T. '.;inley ai mon
'_hw ll,2 o d w '1a t il. u
Aliss E tell Almin of W\initrop
('ol! g,', sw m tlk. : ik-. n v lh her
home fo!ks ),r.
TLe . Y. 1. U '. of Nv w I 'rStfpI ll
tend(eel a mleet ing at ir..:i lslnrga
Silday Ilight. Two i1 Ihe !'r(o-:ta'
m)enihers,.\lies Aliimi irow. a and
1Louise Dea wr 1k. pro'-itn321.
.Ars. (;ary Cunninigh nIl s;um a;I ff w
da1y5 with i r parents. At r. aad A-rs.
Will Walker in-re.
Friends of .lts. .lollie 'i ague will
re ret Ito heatr .1he is nol so weli. She
is nov. i'hu h . Iniece. Airs. .l i. .a
Alr. and Alf. Thad .\l'oore and chil
dren wear up to Rahun Sunday wvn-e
I hey aujo' '1 a1 u b iday dliannr inl
lonior of AuR. Hoper. -l-. Atloor's
mnotherr. Th ohreges -cm
anid .\2s. (I vin hod's.
from Ir azil the4 i.ih ami wi We liop to
hIar of, theiri sate 'rri'val in " Nx
A kl. and( .l's. John (.nry, of Ihn1
hil. Camr1e dowvn to i'rospiew for il'
m13ee(ting sulda'. aid also to See AlS.
lolin Blr'own, ltheir sister, who is iot
so well these 1a.(st few days
S Colds, Biliousness ended
Nothing takes the joy out of life
quicker than a disordered liver or
waste-cloggeri bowels. Don't staty sick,
hilious, beadachy, constipated. Remove
the liver anid bowel poison3 wvhich is
keeping your head dizzy, y our tongue
coated, your breath had and stomach
sour'. Whby not spendo a few cents for a
box of Cascarets an1 denjoy the nicest
gntiest laxative-eathartic g'ou ever' ex
perienced? C!ascarets ncver gipe,
si(eken or inconvenicn(ce one like Sals,
Oil, Valomel or harsh pillIs. They work
while you sleep.
AN' SAN 46 v( to-a'4
dO~d %.tt S,)SDN SO
vaLL DO us cooo evrE
- dAN o
Why Raise It and Then Let the Rats Get It?
USE STEEL CORN CRIBS
See the Steel Corn Crib on the depot
lot or one already erected on the farm of
Mr. W. B. Knight.
RAT, FIRE AND THIEF PROOF.
100 per cent Rat Proof.
Will last a hundred years.
Will add to the value of your farm.
Ventilating system preventing W eevil.
A nicer looking building than wood and costs less
Recent Purchasers: W. B. Knight, Guy Smith,
Ben Hellams, W. L. Teague, J. C. Barksdale ant
others.. See me and get your order in now.
P. B. IR BI
LAURENS, S. C.
Piano Prices Very High
My Prices Lower Than That of Others.
There is only ne f tory ipent ini the . t : Y
W\E rk un- ate ilult on a si rike. a ii very~I vfue J~~v4r ' an e p im ii li a ' 'a i
poissiJI uibl Ii w iin thIe next six mioniths.
I have ordlers alrlyu~ (im file for eighity~ phinst :li plavers, a iii I hope to Let aanw: aln
tfor myl temlte. Thei highest prtiedu uJpight piioI I have in huand now is worth ie hnhedltuuti andi
tifty dolla~rs. it is a K\roeger an1 is a struietly high eIlass pint. I have, in the past few <hav.
re Ce i v ' ove twenty litterPs fromiu the i n ct ritens telling of thei seare'ity of pi' ianous, a l <li
el ininig to ofi'ir tie anyV ini.lemtut'ls, (or hotpeis oft gettinlg any instriuumeAnts fro t htem111 an.y t ime
soon1. Pianos aire dili(ult fto obitaint and sine muanuat m-olrl's andl all( dlialers mtie takinugo
'ataglie of t his situat11~Oio to get big pr'ices. I grive belouw au letltr whuieh is a samle of w'hat
piano facitor'ies write, anld gives tone somei ins.'ight itt tihe ('uilind itins of t hi piano~ tmarket. I hope
to get someW Cariilisile Pianos~ ini the next six weeks at tout'r humilredi dotllars tat'h, and somile I InkL..
ley Iios att tour hituiudred ani twentyV-five (lollaris tieh.
I ami endethavoinig to pr'oi'ure plianosit of qutal ity at ti. lowest pice for. miy ii'iein.s
and I will dio the very" best I'or y'ou I t'an. laet lt'r riteerred to I'olotws:
.\Ir'...ohn A\. I lolland,
sta i*tht e ir:au
Answiring yo r of t he 14th inlst .. sori t t t ha wear in t ina posit im
at this timi to insidler new lamsiniess gi ge1ri aleto till the Erderts ~o
bookI(edI within th Ile nix t six mon thIs. \\% ' T6tn ifactiire( nl a stictly high-t ii ss
piano. s;elling retail f'romt $750.00~ tup, fior rigutlar upjrights.
'IThanking yofu for1 thle itqiritity. we' heg to iremain,
Yt'nris 1 rulyv *
Anyoneit that is oailuinteid with tihe pi~tn'une E kit ind with my~ pr irs knowrs tiit l-..ell the
I shall be plet e t o~ serv yiu 5i t anydt' t imtL .
John A. Holland
.THE GREENWOOD PIANO MAN
311 Wailer Ave. Greenwood, S. C
Give the world
the once over
b TEN, fellov, -o home The Navy goes oll over the
straight talk. Many world-sails the Seven Sea
n 'rpnn when i e geti qunts at thc six continents
to be 40, minan sone- t YQu"
bing.. Xo may.,have to see more odd sighta, w
ful scencry and strnge paeid'i
to of ulpO1IV, A nd f ine thah~ you ever dreamed of.
.)~i~ tUt111 . ;Vcu'l1 wdirk hard while you
e "r t out pnd t~orki You!"layhardwhileyou
saw thin 0'' After' he Play Y9Wl earn and learn.
gets setC #6wn -it'9 too You hi get, Id addition to "shore
Ibto. ~.11 lehvV." a S0lday straight vaca.
&AUAtion-wvhic is more than the
MMAII, averagebask president caa
the W60t9N I'~ couct on.
to stpidti 1 hi . You can join for two yeas.
The best ti 'o' TRAVEL When you get through you'll be
s whomyo'te young and physically audinentally "tuned
tk wI uip" for the reat of your life.
liveyV-r t You'll be ready through and
Right NOW your Uich Sam though for SUCCESS.
Is callIng, "Shte bff1" He wants
men for his Navy., He's inviting There's a Recruiting Station
yout It's the biggest chance right near you. If you don't
you'll ever get to giva the world know where it is, your Post
the qicaoverCI mnaster will be glad to tell you.
wor-offl tJoin the
U. S. avy
!k ~ e' S0a A.trAAigh AA.