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PLANT FOR HAY
CS'peclal to Tihe Advertiser.)
To the Farmers of Laurens County:
'Cotton is now selling for around 15c
aild it imiay go higher, however, the
farmers should not allow this fact to
inter'erve with the fall sowing of grain
and hay. Farimers can not make inuch
p1oilt oil cottoni eveni at h ili prices',
wh('ii tle boll woevil ents half hils Crop.
'I'le boll weevil is all over I saurens
couinty and ovill (estrtoy paossibly 15
qer cell of the cotton erop of 4 he
coun! y. I Professor Coilradi. Stat'e l-n
For est Results
R E MI E I~E S
&! -y D3r.:-bsts and Deal!era
Is YOUR HEALl
Interesting Expe:rience of a Texas
Women Knew About Card
Navasota, Texas.-Mrs. W. M. Peden,
of this place, relates the following interest
ing account of how she recovered her
strength, having realized that she was
actually losing her health:
"Health is the greatest thing in the
world, and when yqu feel that gradually
slipping away from you, you certainly sit
up and take notice. That is what I did
some tihne ago when I found myself in a
very nervous, run-down condition of
health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless
I could hardly go at all.
"I was just no account for work. I
would get a bucket of water and would
feel so weak I would have to set it down
before I felt like I could lilt it to the shelf.
In this condition, of course, to do even
my housework was a task almost im
possible to accomplish.
"I was . . . nervous and easily upset.
Extra Ply -]
Reduction on als
A New Lov
Known and H
tomologist states that the boll weevil
-Is here to stay. It Is there'ore abso
lutely essential for us to learn to farm
under boll wVeevil Conditions. If we
go alead and pay no attention to the
holl weei'vil and follow our (old plan of
fariming, it is likely that the weevil
will des-troy 510 per cent of our cr01)
next year, especially i' 'easons are as
favoalble for the weevil a1 tihey have
been' diring tihe past twel ve uon tls.
Mlany fariners of the coinity have
wisely kept tile punctuIred ares
pleoked uip an I destroyed throug1 .luly
n;l .\utgut. One of the tuost inmport
an1i ft'atires ill the control of the holl
weevil i- to practice (rop otation. Cot
ton should not he plaltel Iext. year in i
a Held that w as inested with the tou
-vi! this year. These fichls shouhl
lie uisol n(xt year for growing ies I
_ 01h:u; rop.; 1ha wi ll v n mable Hie
I m er to :i\ and I feed li. stock andI
ih'ds fromt Ili.; owl farmii. This n i i
meau c.i h::ip;r batini and moe pro
V.te, thougnh it in y me, n v l;e money
haoiled in the fall of the year.
\notht- \-vry ilmlo.t!in featire in
tIeI v onlit rol f the Ib l weevil is to 1 I i n1
Lady Who Declares That if More
ui They Would Be Spared
and Worry. S
I couldn't rest well at night and was . . .
"I heard of Cardui and after reading I
decided I had sonic female trouble that
was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui
and began it. . .
"In a very short while after I began the t
Cardui Hlome Treatment I saw an im
provenent and it wasn't long until I was P
all right-good appetite, splendid rest,
and much stronger so that I easily did my
"Later I took a bottle of Cardui as a
tonic. 1 can recommend Cardui and glad
ly do so, for it more women know, it i
would save a great deal of worry and :
The enthusiastic praise of thousands of
other women who havc found Cardui
helpful should convince you that it to
worth trying. All druggists sell it,
4 by dealers
' st yles and sizes
~r Pricee on a
inder all cotton stalks in the fall of i
he year and sow some winter cover I
rops onl the land. Oats, rye, wheat, i
lover, vetch, or combinations of these
roils should be sown this rall. These
rops will serve a double 'puriose. i
'hey Iwill l: very materially in the
ontrol of the weevil, and they, will
ave a great deal on the grain and hay
11 next year. These Crops will also
110a more and cheaper I meat as hoe:s
an be grazed In the early spring enl
It is iesirable to Sow some of these
rops in the ct ton field befove the'
otton is all picked. Inl that case the
rop can Ibe sown betweeni the rows
roadenst anl harrow% ed in lightly
dith a .oike tooth cutivator or liar
ow. Aftert the cotton is picked the
talks shottl be etit< dowi to the
rouini so the weevil will freeze in tle
Iinter. If the stalk if lelt staniing
ie weevil retnItin. dry antd enn with
land inch fre-zingti. m:rature in
.\lt 'ia i'; one o:f our" be-stha r p
mi more of it shoi 1.W lian! A '
he i . !! n tires a foirly r:-b,
VAd. STATE T llPe A
rnuss sun'in m".k' : 1--n-, now to
!l;nt a,.s nuIS h .11'a ain "la: .1 To t.
ti a w it hint n tl'u tenl.t0anl.
~1et'.'In .'. 1us . l~Tti to F-:'. T lhi.\.\
ir n ,S. C..
Augus t ,19'21.
V. VA. STATE TROOPS
AND ARMED MEN CLASH
roopers Stoppied in the Nick of Tline
its it Blnnd of Tw~o Thtousand .Men
Were in .\ininusli Wvaitinr For Trhem.
Charlestlon, \\. \'a., Aufg. 2S.---l'os..
ibility of serious troible in tie Blairs
har'ples rr gi-on of Ioganl county was
1.itiatetl in aa telephon e Iies.-iage to
overn1or .\lorgant early tonight. Ilalf
n hort after tle governor made this
111111n111111'n1. Adtititant 4ilwnral ,John
1. Charrock adti three t'nited .\ite
orkers oflicials left for Laogan, where
iey will attlpt to pacify the miniers.
ArmedI niin havte cait itnredj three de
aty sh riffs of Sher i )tin Chalin's
0iguan ('0ounty fot-ees and are holding
hen at Sharples, the governor said.
ieelinu is so tensi that C'"tian is
aving troul' hii hoiling back armed
anis of citizi.s of tIogan. tile coun
v seat, who are <lmanilinilt Cthoy be
ll il'i to attac!e thev arml: forces at
lice, til- governor saidi.
st'ite l'olle ieo iares E h
\. \'a.. Aug. 2 . --- tive men ftell into
11 encouInter early- this 11uorn'ing h:e
"'1n1 anl ar-inle handi and ';;ato troop
I-;on liacih Criek, Logan county,
I iar the tloo I l tatan counity f :l1e
a.iltin .1.it. t. itrokuis, coml atil' ting
1.a14. -1oli-v aind <lvpltty shoriff's, reV
orlel thILs aftrnoon. There was
such shooting- (in vither] side. he saicd.
\'hether all ilhe mlin who fell Were
illedl. Captain lBrokus; was unable to
tate. tie adileil tht:I afti'tr his mn
aili seent' those whto hail fallen pickedl
p anitd tatritd atway byi theiir comipant
hitS, thie St ate topra antid deptiets
et ir te eirautise somie of thiir linultuber
verei. in civiliani (lothe.4 atil it wvas <tif
tt fota thie nii ni i'omtprising the
raliiaiii. Them eluslh wasui at close
eii ;r:ihfifti-* hti:S . t ' e ac~hiz oythir
hen b'!. tit to ' ifn tet lpart j'r or
the t'.iih, 't. lai lia ki'a .al,
-n ~t IW Yreo-r haul been l:iki en by'th
tol m ii artyi w'h ic :T ut fromliviti
a n - ly t ;- t ;, hsedly ' [f ii i
l i . r : -! Sh rih :;. i''ur o l ii - i -
wa fid. Sr oalo Ihem18 : bieil inv
t'a !. n - lv r liro k . a tl.; 1i'. 19.
if t e l';ilt t'lard i-i t~i~r liti:; attn
l.puiV~a (iI htt liasi lti to pla.cha-t
atte i utiniu tiw< iii to st, t'hatd e m d
he lih v ti mbtni Te t throtwil
V'o ftt'ling tw r ii harp'U et i. Ca ti.
ircka.h;' reotij, an atr.:l away,
itln f r i f t Pt\ll . r . rn1 i thci'
\\' ik h d ouofn the- meni to I; - t
riyret'' Woll'procI led.dw h od
'l ie si tixatitiondalkared metn
aan who came from Sharples after
he Ibattle had -taken place and this
nan said thast "some miners were kill
d," but was una:ble to tell whether
i five of the men had been fatally
All along the way, the state police
feer ex-plained "pop shots" were 'be
The new suar o
We are now
ish line of r
daily by our
The fall styl;
year and we
ing taken at the offleers from men
hidden 'in houses and -in ambush.
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE DROMO QWINE Toblets remove the
cause. there is only Ono "Dromo, Quiunn."
E. W. GROVE'S signature ou box. Sc.
that will aid
tion. Polish yoi
opening a beau1
Mr. Wood fron
the Latest Pa
have a large si
ite an Early Insj
Laurens, S. C.
01) PLACE TO.TI
Lauran Drug Co., Laurens. B. C.
A delicious Peppermint
ired sugar Jacket around
it flavored chewing gum
vour appetite and diges.
ir teeth and moisten
tiful and styl
eing sent us
i New York.
y pretty this
jock to select