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J. N. LEAK
The "Land Man
Two and flfty nlnc-one hundreths
ncres of land with a two story store
room 48 x 20, hounded by lands of
Kufus Gray and W. P. Adnlr. Tliis
Is ono of the finest locations for a
general mercantile business in the
upper part of the county. P"ice fif
teen hundred dollars.
6 lots of land rangin? from 36 to
61 acres just outside of the incorporat
ed limits of the town of Gray Court.
Tills is known as the Hill place and
is In one half mile of tho Gray Court
Owing8 Institute, and will he sold at
prices ranging from thirty to sixty
dollars per acre. Here is a chance
to get close to the best high school.
One half acre of land with 4-room
cottage, Watts mill. Price $1050.00.
200 acres of land, with dwelling,
throe tenant houses and good out
buildings, bounded by del Davis, Hub
Martin and others. Prices and terms
334 acres of land within three miles
of Princeton with dwellings and out
buildings for the small sum of $16
100 acres of land with six-room
dwelling with good tenant houses, up
to-date out buildings. This is a very
desirable homo and a beautiful farm,
situated in three miles of Ware
Shoals, on the main thoroughfare b an
ing from Laurens to Ware Shoals.
P. ice $1,000.00.
Six acres of land, 5-room cottage,
good barn and other outbuildings, 2
jM-res wired in, four nice building sites,
at Watts Mills village, price $2,500.
13 1-2 acres of land, half mile from
Enoreo, with corn and wheat mills, the
latter being in running condition.
125 acres of land, with seven
room dwelling, barn and outbuildings,
bounded by lands of Rebecca Simp
son, John Childless and others. Price
$30 per acre.
85 acres of land more or less, elght
room dwelling, :i tenant houses, good
barn and outbuildings, in the town of
Lanford. Price $6,500.
1-3 acre of land with six-room dwoll
Ing In town of Clinton situated on
Adatr Street. Price $2,200.
1 acres of land, more or less, and
ten-room dwelling, eljctrlc lights and
water works on West Main street,
City of Laurens, 159 foot front. This
is the finest location in the city of
Laurens and tho building is up-to
date, where you will have the ad
vantages of a country homo and still
be on the main street in the city
of Laurens. Terms and prlco made
167 W acres of land with seven-room
cottage, well supplied with tenant
houses and out buildings, in three
miles of Gray Court, S. C., conven
ient to schools and churches. This is
a nice location in a thickly settled
community, surrounded by tho best
white people Price $4175. Terms
80 acres of land In the town of Lan
ford, with beautiful cottage nicely lo
cated. Price $6.500.
2 beautiful six-room cottages in
town of Gray Court, nicely locale1
close to business part of the town.
Prices right and terms made easy. Al
so II lots suitable for residence lots in
town of Gray Court.
One lot of land 50 ft. fronting on
North Harper street, 210 feet deep
with store-room 20x50 near tho Watts
Om b t fiont|ng North Harper St.,
100x210 feet deep, price $S00.00.
3 business lots near the Watts mill
frcntlng North Harper street. 20x150
One lot with 5-room cottage front
ing .Mock street, 110x1100 feet deep.
2 acres of land, more or les3. and
s-room dwelling, storehouse and out
building at Owings Station. This prop
erty is well located to establish the
trade ami Is worth more than the mon
ey we ask, $2,650.00.
1 acres of land with two dwellings
In town of Fountain Inn, nicely lo
cated. Prices and terms made right.
1 acre of land fronting on North
Harper street with five-room dwelling,
bounded by Dr. Walker and Leo Senn.
All under wire. This home was built
in the month of May, 1910, prices and
terms made right.
1 acre of land, 7-room dwelling with
1 fire places, all under wire, In town
of Fountain Inn. Prlco $2,500.00.
If you do not find what you want let me know your wants
and I will find it for you.
J. N. LEAK
The Real Estate Man That Divides the Earth to Suit Your Purse
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Mf INFORMATION ABOUT OUR
SUNDAY SCHOOL QUESliONS
We again call attention to our Lo
cal Club In connection with the I.
P. II. Q. C We are safe In aaylng
that nothing In the line of Bible Btudy
has so profoundly Impressed the people
of Laurens as the "Suggestive Ques
tions" which we print today for the I
ninth week. If any of our readers do |
not read these question they had bet
ter commence, or they will soon begin
to feel lonesome.
If you are already a subscriber to
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better than by ordering this paper for
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for some worthy young person, that
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and that Is siilhclent only for one per
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(Copyright, 1910. by Rev. T. S. Lln
scott, I). D.)
Esther Pleading for Her People.
(S?lden Text?The Lord preserveth
all them that ovo him. l's. cxlv.20.
(1.) Verses 1-:*,?In what city did
the events of this lesson occur?
(2.) What were the circumstances
which caused Mordecal to rend his
clothes and put on sackcloth?
(II.) Why would it over or never
Ite right, no matter how awful the
calamity, for a man of Cod In these
days to experience or show such great
grief as Mcrdeoai and the .lews did?
(4.) What are the benefits of prayer
and fasting, in the presence of an im
<r<.) How did the actions of Morde
cal suggest that we should never give
up trying to the utmost, to prevent
any Impending calamity?
(C>.) Verses 4-9?Who was Esther,
and how came she to be the wife of
this Persian King?
(7.) Is grief as necessary as joy in
the life of every person? Why or why
(8.) Is It always right for us "to
weep with them that weep?"
(9.) What In substance was the de
cree which had been Issued against
(10.) From the actions of Hainan,
what would you say is the strongest
passion which makes men cruel and
(II.) Verses 10-11 ?What were
Esther's reasons for not wanting to
ro in unro the king, with he request
to save her people?
What were probably the rea
sons for attaching the death penalty
to all who should enter the king's
Inner court unbidden by him?
(13.) Whal If any reason is there to
suppose that, as Esthor had not been
called by the king for thirty days,
Hainan bad been working some
scheme to keep them apart?
(14) V.u-.sos 13-14?Why was It
probable If there had been no inter
fercnco with Hainan's plans, that Es
ther would have been slain with the
rest of the Jews?
(1R.) In carrying out his purpose has
Cod generally more than one plan
with which to do It? If so, give an
(10.) Was It true that Esther had
been, in the providence of Ood, placed
upon the throne for this crisis, and is
It also true that Ood has a special
purpose in life for every person? Give
(17.) Verses 15-17?In what respect |
did Esther Bhow the spirit of a hero
ine, a martyr and a wise woman?
(18.) Are such noble qualities as
Esther possessed possible for every
body? Give your reasons.
(19.) What Is the benellt of getting I
others to Join ws In fasting and prayer,
when we anticipate a great calamity?
(This Is one of the questions that may
be answered In writing by members of
(20.) Chap. v:l-3 What is the dif
ference between a coward and a brave
(21.) Does Cod ever disappoint a
Lesson for Sunday. Nov. 12th, 1911.
World's Temperance Sunday. Bel
shazzar's Feast and Fate. Dan. v.
Overnight Cure for Cold in Head or
Get a bowl three quarters full of
boiling water, and a towel.
Pour Into the water a scant tea
spoonful of HYO.MEI (pronounce
Put your head over the bowl and
cover head and bowl with towel.
Breathe the vapor that arises for
a few minutes, and presto! your head
is as clear as a bell, and the tightness
in the chest is gone.
It's a pleasant cure. You'll enjoy
breathing HYOMEI. You'll feel at
once its soothing, healing and benefi
cial effects as It passes over the In
flamed and irrtated membrane. f>0
cents a bottle, at druggists everywhere
Ask the Laurens Drug Co. for extra
bottle HYO.MEI Inhalent.
PREACHER KICKED OCT.
Following Brisk Melee, Members of
Denver Congregation Ejected Rev.
Rudolph With Sonic Violence.
Denver, Oct. 2.'..?The Rev. W. S.
Rudolph is nursing cuts and bruises,
and a number of other members of
the Union Presbyterian church are
using soothing lotions today because
of ten minutes of lively fisticuffs over
church affairs. During the melee the
pastor was thrown through a window.
Dr Rudolph with a number of his
friends were siting In the rear of the
church, while trustees and others se
verely arralnged the pastor for at
tempting to retain posession of the
church after he had resigned from
the board of governors.
Then a motion was carried to go
into executive session in a room ad
joining the church. Dr. Rudolph led
his cohorts to a back door and enter
ed the room. A fight at once became
Women In hysterics bolted into the
open, while a dozen or more men
punched at each other In grim earn
estness, several ;of the becoming
engaged while attempting to act as
Dr. Rudolph and his church are
prominent, and the agair has caused
a great stir
Don't close the pores of the skin
and drive it in. Persons afflicted with
eczema, scrofula, psoriasis, ulcers,
pimples, etc., frequently have recourse
to strong astringent, external reme
dies to dry up and close the pores of
the skin in order to get temporary re
lief, forgetting in their nnziety, that
by so doing they are forcing the pois
onous germs back into the blood to
reassert itself in a month after, in the
old disease area, or some other part of
the body, in a more malignant form.
How much better to help the blood
throw off the impurities which caure
these diseases and get permanent re
lief. Dlood is the most important con
stituent of the human body, and when
Impure is the underlying cause of
most of our ailments, particularly skin
dlseaes. Take Dloodlne to purify *l)e
blood and apply Dloodlne Ointment
to the skin and you will cure the
cause of this most dreaded disease.
Guaranteed to cure by Laurens Drug
Co. Mall orders filled by the Bloodlno
Corporation, Boston, Mass.
One plug of PENN'S CAMPION and
SQUARE DEAL bought from Todd &
Simpson will convince you that they
are the best 10 cent plugs on earth.
If You are on the lookout
for something "useful" for
we want yo.. to know that a
Jewelry store is the best place
In the world tj find It.
We have made special pre.
paration for this happy seaso?,
and whether you wish to spend
60 cents or $50 you will have no
difficulty In finding something
here to exactly suit your taste
We shall be glad to show you
our magnificent assortment and
to help you And exactly what
you are look' g for.
THE TIGHT ROOF
I 3 Never Leak-Never Need Repairs?Fireproof-Storm
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Local Dealer or
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I YOUR COTTON SEED!
I am going to make the Laurens Market
pay as much for cotton seed as any place
in the county. The market here has al
ways been iust a little below other
places. But this season bring your seed
to Laurens and you will always get the
highest market price._
I will also unload your seed off your
R. M. EICHELBERGER
Laurens, South Carolina
Fine Farm Lands Near Clinton for
Sale Monday, Nov. 6th, 1911,
at Laurens, C. H., S. C.
The plantation of the late B. M. Henry, subdivided into eight
Hart.; and situate near town, lying on the Sandy Ford Public Road
leading out North from Clinton.
Tract No. 1
The Home Place containing 136 acres, has (50 acres in cultivation
and 76 acres in timbered lands, both original forest and pines,
either of which may bo easily cleared if so desired, it has 2 dwell
ings, good wells and out buildings. The Dwellings arc S room resi
dence and 1 room tenant house.
Tract No. 2
53 1-2 acres facing on two Public Roads, one leading to Clinton,
the other to Laurens, 25 acres of this tract Is in cultivation and 28
acres in Umbered lands, the timbered lands may easily be put into
cultivation. Has 2 dwellings, well and good out buildings. (1-2 aero
containing old family burying grounds reserved, with right of way
to same over farm road.)
Tract No. 3
48 1-2 acres, 25 acres in cultivation and 21 1-2 acres in original
forest and some pin^S. This tract is also lying facing two Public
Roads the same as tract No. 2, and don't forget It is near town.
Tract No. 4
sr> acres, 10 acres in cultivation and l? acres timbered lands of
which about half and half is woods and pines. Has good dwelling,
well and out buildings. This tract lies facing the public road to
Clinton about 2 1-2 miles out.
Tract No. 5
07 1-4 acres, a good dwelling, well and splendid out buildings.
This tract lies facing Public Road leading to Clinton and is situate
nearer town than the one above, and 25 acres In Cultivation,
42 acres in timbered laads which can easily be put into cultivation
Tract No. 6
107 acres situate facing public road leading to Clinton, and within
two miles of the town. Has about 27 acres in cultivation and 00 in
timbered and pasture lands, a splendid dwelling site and plenty of
suitable timber for building.
Tract No. 7
42 1-2 acres of the finest kind of land, about equally divided, origi
nal forest and Mint under cultivation. This tract is situate facing
the Public Road leading to Laurens, but lies near Clinton.
Tract No. 8
87 1-4 acres slunte near Clinton, but facing Public Road loading
to Laurens. It is like tract 7, pretty equally divided with lands In
cultivation and timbered lands. It has such splendid forest, that
dwelling may be erected with little cost.
All of the above tracts have branches and suitable places for pas
This kind of an OPPORTUNITY SELDOM comes to those desiring
an all round good plantation situate within Just a little ways from
town. Clinton is growing fast, and growing that way, so don't let
this opportunity pass unheeded.
Plats will be posted at Laurens at the office of Judge of Probate
and at Clinton at the office of The Commercial Bank.
TERMS roe SALE?One-third Cash, balance in 1 and 2 years
i 1th interost from January 1, 1912 at 8 per cent per annum secured
by bond of purchaser and mortgage or the premlaes nold, with leave
to the purchaser to pay the entire bid In cbbIi. Purchaser to pay for
Mrs. Ada A. Henry. Mrs. Mattle E. Holland, Mrs. Oena Oarrett,
Mias Arva Henry, H. D. Henry, Ex., W. A. Henry,
Miss Lyde B. Henry. John C. Henry.