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VIA .N1 I .'A'. Rt0I lt .111'1
C'ol. ('ha11s. W. Thatcher, Ch'hi E'1n9n
ev of the Walshingtoni and Lvee liigh
way .\ssoelation, to Moke Ills En
try 111to TkWn1v l'rlday. Nov. 1 ith.
I you happen to be oi tile public
s1tiularke ablout 1I a. ll. I''riday. Nov. 1.1,
a . a -,r- loj' S 1 lle- teani, coti
sist~in:~ .f the n1 '. [ V ty (,arl and
a tr:~aaindvi .r. you will kliow
ting o1a oa pin.'' Col. Chas. \\.
'%'hr ; i.:, )4 1Ioo haven, .\I I:.. w'hi1 f
In I - 4 1 4 \\1as1 ihin.1 ni -
mId he kir aI !e io ;_. o! ood
roa ' ltSiast4- alo 01 . Ih oli . Col.
Th1t4her in1y mlulo a 1in'ch anld is
"Pape's Diapepsin" at once
ends InJigestion and
Sour, Acid Stomach
: . w ( . 4- i vt t : I
-nid II (. ,nd w i you
n .44 ' 1 : 01 1
s a :i r i e It v d I I I I Ine te
fooli14 -- .in 11 t t e ' 14ablet o4(' t wo. of
Pal .' 1 )4444 :41 i b o hel ti ntr liz
what herantell of, the pain, acidity. in
dn tonand distress.
Syur srtomach doesniii tke i car(, 01
yo libr al 1illit wihout reellin : it
youl food i a (nmlag(e ilnsItead of a
ItlIt. Iet Ile 1bl l w It quic kest . SrI* est4I
n !.,I i: l ,I tolmach a 11tac id i.
Wh len s<
L ad rem
*Sale of Pern
Nov. 20th, at Res
he hAi~ed lii hldiers the
I vg'.ois; 2 Inni4gies 141ld 141
* hay press; 2 pea thiiresheras
nothl.4 plows. '1 ' aursi mlws
onf a1 wvell- equi pped farm.ii
certain to do more or less talking on 11
his favorite thene, at which time he I
will explain the age and pedigree of I1
his unile team besides giving amupli- t
lied pointers oil the general subject of N\
good roads. C
Col. Tatcher"s approach is herald- V
ed ill a letter written oil llai ing sta
tionlery t) the secretary of the local
Shiamiei' of conilnre Which riulls as
I w%%ill arrive ill yott city l11 I A.
.\. Fridaiy. Nov. i !, in ohe interes;t or
Ithe \\ashington and Ive' liglllway to
r oi Hoston and New York via
New Orlins to Los Angeles, Callif. I
h'ave ben 'Working out dtails and
layinlg Ohe folrtudationl of is great
toss-Coil try roadway fot lifteen
years'. Ilindreds11 of miles art already
pa ved and improved. It will be neces
Iary that enthusiasmn ie bmanifested lin
your sectlioll to seeurne ihe highway.
Other roues ra e tihe prize. E'nthuis
id Sill prlodluce's l'tits aid costs little.
We are phatiniing that this hlghway he
ilied with shlte and fruit tres' along
i t roses altlt he r beaut i fil It'owers'.
T;ho grecal flow. (If tourvist (ravel pass
Sfrom veAt to west over. thle linolni
..ndl \\ashingtonl 1gh.Iways. Th'le Iwo
Ip of Nort1hkirn citie's are hungryo to1
i'lavel throug.1h lilt s ily South ill all
itumni. wiier and happy springt ime.
\\'Ishingtonl ant L' I lihiway
\i\ ill 0 thi; lre ivn ed and 'ir1nish
,In avenue11 for a1 streami of g.(Obi to flow
in Ithe form or cross-coutineni t travel.
T \is Ill urn11111ish a i an d sotd e boli
vard for, thous-anlds of Souithern'l hiomes
and caulse 1i'a and prosperity to
retigni. .\My coming 'all he ma(de a
iolist er btoost fot good roads. Give tll
ani auidienlce and I 'will awakenl I flood
otf thusiasm for good roadis. I will
drive il(t' wl aoni and mules that lais
:1 Hulls do
kt that we
ig for cash
idence Near Kinards
41.100 to 5.000)11 bundles of fodlder;
ritess ; rea'i per~ andl hIIttIer ; I goo(I
list rliutors ; 3 seection harProws ; 2
arrows; 2 t wo-hiorse plo~ws, sinrgle
<(ise eut away plows, lot oif otther
eksm ithI t ools, eon sist in g of a nvi,
s, mtonkey wr'cehes, longs, etc.;
m;agon harnmess, hiameis, horse
ierouls othler tigs utsually founid
(UN AT! 10 O'CLiOCKV
iade four trips from the Atlantic and
'acific in the interest of Improved
ighways. It was the forerunner of
lie Dixie, Jackson, Lincoln and
Vashinglon highways. Ten years ago
lie picture appeared in many Souih
rn metropolitan papel'rs, The wagon
i now rickely, hattered and worn, at
yimbool of had roads, covered with
vesternl traps it draiws like a1 circus.
Chas. W. Thatcher.
).ATE FO1 t 11l1.\T -r
11,1T11C 1BE DECIDED9
Iluestion of FIXImr.. Dalte Fin1a Vote to
('oime up for Action Ill Seniate To
day. H1ouse Will ('11 on.lter Rtiitriad
Washington, 'Nov. 2.-The <question
)f lixing a dat for a final vote onl tle
(elin ii pCice treaty---a qliestion
lh!ch iivolves incidentally an ap
1roxi mat It Hime for adjoirnmen t of the
)resent Session of congress-wil'l
-Olme ulf ror action toliorrow in tihe
Possiblity of agreement on an all
r.vr It) the doimlilant qnlention is not
vi 'Wed witi optimlisism ither by lie
1111blicaln or .1)emiocratic leaderIs. The
I:itier deolanred telre is vir-tually no
loo '1 )of atdoplioll of iteplil ican
Iseader L.odlotge' proposMll to vote 11nl
Iy onl the tay Nov, iwher 12, whil to
lit ena ultors ' t ll t it) li t
'lillu01 he:inning 40o ol11I w 1 11. ' di
tionls were genlu1 ioih h t(no
agreemntl of any hdiml wolid he
r'vehed and ha.1 the treaty's, conlsid
crationl would proceevd as usa.Senl
atto leaders genecrally desirev an aid
*;ourlinnillt of congress -i hout Novem
hIr 1., so as to give imbllerllis a two
\eeks' rest before Ilt lecem rni' ses
Siol and. also. Itravel allowanives for
lie lew se-sionI.
Ii thit regillir rolitine considera
lion of tli treatly, tlie senlate will ro
samlle debate tomorrow onIt tile Illotion
of senator ILafoillt, lieputblican, of
Wisco ;in. to strike olt the entir
1;1hor. so ilion. Oth14-r amenvidmn tsl to
he acted oni iLs that of Senator G1or.,
hitmocrat, of ')klahoiima. providingi,
oulari ref'rtninll.4 ); nvar declara
tions, and thlt otf Senjlatolr Lodge It
sir o o tie S antng claulse. A
(X w 011 I 01he ie inn'nts illy ht pr-ll
. n',h t liw eni h to begir
vwk i n i) an' 'tlai wi 1k1 on ri er
S I t'h, i ). t )n will hw con.
-v , 1 (..1 11 ra- iletro &l legishition
'.1 i ) ht !illl h oll ailo hope
:C 'al: 1 p I Iup . el b l lih t arile bil
;:d! aft 'rw:vrd pois Ihe resoluthion re
quiring in ediate sale of alIlly's silr
lus auooile~ ls.
fiporn malt inl colifernel
bI tweeni tilt two t hlouuse thli week anl
tilw oil and coal land l asinq bill, tl
ICumm1ii11ills bill re&torinlg the 11nters tat
oIImierce, CommI k1is ion's rate t ma k In,
owe!s and tile Edge hIll althorizini
foreign' exp1ort0 fillance orlporatiots.
Itt' he lunched I imorrowv in Iihe sein
ate' are? !tw Sugart conlitrol hill of St'n
'ror .\lNary:., Iepul~ican. of Ot"or
unlo shlipp1ina hills by (Chairmlan .IoneC
*tivles aret gIreatly d isturbedlL' by thle coa
dtsis1rances,' the g:enerial felitttng ai
theret is littl ongress5 ('nn1 dlo. Th'l
stenatc ltl'tr 4'onuniiillee hopes to suil
mlit this wtelk its retport, with legisla
live r'eCommlendat Ions on the stge
Stludy' by the senate and house ill
- re't~-oranization01 is almiost ('onlude<ltt
1b4fort' thet comi ttee11 , b'S ut le'g i slativk
0('tilon is; nti looked for' uni l t' O)
* I ~'ard't of ThaInks1.
.1list a1 word't of thIaniks to the 1per
ilt of (room 11111 for t' many lovin
ha lef my 1l dyinig brmher1 soft an
smoth~ . IThe ([r at .\l:l',ier' only kniow
l~O tXA.)W. '.apman.
Ash Your Dealer
Grand ji e~ae
. irearms mtmunition
.Write for Cataloguet
IflTH EREMINGTON ARMS U.M Co ifo.
C L OTH E S
The Grcat Painless Corn Loosener.
Simple as A. B. C.. Never Falls. -
if you have ever tried to get rid
of a corn by bundling up your too
with bandages, or by using salvo that
made your- too red and almst raw, orl
tried to drag your corn out with a
knife, lere vill be a surprise wail'
Ing fo y when you use "Gets-IU'.
Imtagi 0 weling your Corn off glori
misly, asily and painlessly, just like
peeling oft a banana skIn. Well, that
is what happens When you use "Gcts
I t". There is not4i ing else that will
give you this samnt, resilt. .\lilions of
folks have had the same bnlessed ex
p)eIitele. Why pulter and 1u1t1er, lim
an11d spoil a good tim11 for your wl
anrd your frienlds, or1 yor eceo
' hile ry in t to atteid to husi
nos: I'se "Get .-li", the simple com
m110n S(sens way.
"Get-It" the only sure, guaran
td, mmoley-hack corl-rem'ilover, costs
but a tiilie at any drug store. .l'f'd.
.y IL Lawrenev & Co., Chicago. Ill.
Sold in Laurens and recommnlilided
O lhe world's b'est cor-n remedy by
La luumrena D rumg Co., Powe Drug Co.,
I.lurela Drug Vo., PluutInam's Drug
IS YOUR FA RM FOR SALE T
If you have any land for sale, either
Imnproved farms or unimproved acre
age, 'we may be 'able to find you a pur
chaser if you will list it with our
We are receiving a large number ol
inquiries about farming opportunitles
in this State and it is the purpose ol
the C. & W. C. Rilroad to prepare q
comprelenislve list of lands tor snl
located along Its line, to be dist)lbut
ed among p irospectlve settlers, and all
persolns hav1.ng Ruch property for sak
are urged to co-operate with the un
dersigned. In order that aeeurafe an(
rlialie data may he placed in tih(
hanllds of prospeel Ive horoseeker,
- ak;i I illnry abou0t farinig oppor
tunitis int your community.
A blank fcr.mn w\ill he iailed you. nII
on application, asklng for tine sjee!h
i' tlnotihon o'esired.
There is no chanrfe "or 1i; ervice
V. W. CRONTON,
Room 5. Teriminal Station 1l1hig..
--tt At1anta. On
- will be open fc
and heat will b
- Don't miss this
Potato crop thi
20 per cent of
SchQol Desks anid Blackboards
CARRIEP IN STOCK AT
GREENWOOD, S. C.
If in the market for Desks or Blackboards
write for catalogue. and prices. Prompt
shipment, qui4delivery. Other supplies
also carried in stock.
'GEORGE W. HART
GREENWOOD, S. C.
THE C0OK'S DELIGHT
Takes Less Shortening, Less Soda,
Less Baking Powder. Makes better
Bread with Less Work and Worry.
FLavo is made by a new and original process
that retains the full nutriment und and sweet,
nut-like flavor of the wheat berry. Try it
you will thank us. There is nothing like it.
ing, Nov. 6th, our sweet potato warehouse
r receivin~g sweet potatoes for storage.
be received up to and including Monday,
,after which the warehouse will be closed
e turned on. '
opportunity to take care of your Sweet
as: 20 cents per bushel for the season or
~ns Sweet Potato