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CHARLESTON & WESTERN CAROLINA RAILWAY.
Change in Schedules, effective 12:01 a. in. Sunday, Nov. 26, 1911.
Westbound Trains. Eastbound Trains.
Main Line?Spartanburg Division?Spartanburg-Augsta,
N. B.?The following schedule figures aro published only as information
and not guarauteed.
*: i 4
9:40 p m
7:15 a m
12:40 p m
I.v Augusta Ar
Ar Spartanburg Lv
12:10 p m
6:50 a m
10:25 p m
5:02 p m
S: ! o p in
0:30 p m
,35 fi m Lv Laurena \v
:91 Gray Court
: 17 Fountain Inn
:30 Simpson vllle
: 12 Mauldln
:00 p m Ar Greenville Lv
are daily except Sunday.
JAMS, G. P. A..
8:20 a in
7:00 a in
1:45 p ra
12:20 p 111
ANDERSON, SC FT..
All Young Men and Women
interested in a business course
to write or call at once for full
The Special Opening Rates
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They last a lifetime. They're Fireproof?Stormproof?
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further detailed information apply to
Local Dealer or
Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia, Penn,
Another shipment just re
ceived in Ladies and Misses
Cotton Fleeced Underwear.
Ladies Wool Suits in sep=
erate pieces in white and scar
let. Children's Union Suits in
all sizes. Hen's scarlet and
white Underwear, Aviation
Caps, Toques and Scarfs.
AH wool and fleeced lined
W. 0. Wilson & Co.
l;5^^Jil KFEP YOL,R CREDIT (iOOI).
All business Is founded upon confidence.
If a bank loses the confidence of the people, if a department store for
feits the esteem of its patrons, if a newspaper abuses the trust of its readers,
if an employer wrecks the faith of his helpers, old Chronos sharpens up his
sickle and whistles for the Receiver.
The bank may be solvent, the department store may be well equipped, and
the newspaper may be run by an Apostle?but when confidence Hees out the
sheriff comes In.
The man whose word is as good as his bond, has an asset more valuable
than money. Many a man can borrow a hundred dollars on the security of
ten callous spots on the Inside of his hands, and none on his conscience. Yet
there are big property owners In their wife's name who can't negotiate the
ioan of a toothpick this side of the Canadian boundary line.
To have and deserve the confidence of friends and business acquaintances
is worth a Missouri farm in any market-Mind that is going some.
WEEKLY REVIEW OF
Condition of the Markets as Told In
Dun's Weekly ReTlew of Trade and]
The Week. j
Not only has the recent increased
activity in the leading industries and
trades been maintained, but there is
a distinct improvement in business
conftdenc both Bast and West, while
in the South the largest cotton crop
ever harvested is a favorable factor.
There are signs, moreover of some
disposition to anticipate the future, in
stead of confining purchases to imme
diate necessities. Taking everything
into consideration. November has been
the best month of the year. In the
dry goods trade the reports are scarce
ly less encouraging than those in iron
and steel, and notwithstanding the
temporarily disturbing effect of the
decline this week in raw cotton, large
orders have been received by the cot
ton mills, while the Kall River print
market has transacted the biggest
week's business of the year.
The Cotton Market.
Finally heraklng out of its rut, cot
ton turned about this week and went
rtown hill into new low ground for
the year. For some time past prices
had hung deadlocked above 0 cents,
j with traders waiting for something
to sway the market definitely in eith
er one direction or (he other, and at
last the monotony was relieved by In
dications of an easier spot basis at
tile South. Offerings there were re
I ported more plentiful ;it slight con
cessions, and this was the signal lor
Ian outburst of selling that brought op
tion quotations to a level not seen
since the spring of 100S. The decline,
moreover, was accelerated by further
depression at Liverpool and. while re
cessions were not great, it was large
ly because the short account were dis
posed to cover on the eve of the holi
day. There was also some buying by
trade interests on a scale down, but
the demand from this source was not
especially active and when business
was resumed the downward movement
i was carried still further. Sentiment,
t in fact, remains distinctly bearish, and
! the spot markets at the South will be
? watched with the closes! at tent ion as
an index of the tanner s attitude. That
the biggest crop in history has been
.mown there seems no reason to ques
I tlon, but the conservative estimate is
: still close to If..000,000 bales. When
t!i<- official estimate is issued on I ?>
cember 11th, more li;;in will be
thrown on the subject, although iL
Should he pointed out thai in the past
the Department of Agriculture has
shown a tendency to underestimate
the crop. One feature thai stands out
prominently in the present situation
is the steady buying on the pnrl of the
European mills, which is clearly re
flected by statistics of' exports from
domestic ports. The shipments thus
far this season have reached an aggre
gate of nearly 8,700,000 bales, or about
650,000 more than a year ago. and it
is plainly apparent that foreign spin
ners are inclined to stock up for fu
Saved Ills Wife's Life.
".My wife would have been in her
grave today." writes O. II. Brown, of
Muscadine, ? Ala., "if It had not been
for Dr. King's New Discovery. She was
down in her bed, not able to get up
without help. She had a severe bron
chial trouble and a dreadful cough.
I got her a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, and she soon began to
mend, and was well in a short time."
Infallible for coughs and colds, its
the most reliable remedy on earth
for desperate lung trouble, hemor
rhages, laerlppe, asthma, hay fe\er,
Croup und whooping cough. f>0c, $1.00.
Trial bottle free. Ouarantr^d by Lau
] rens Drug Co. ant Palmetto Drug Co.
One plug of PKNVS CHAMPION
and sol \ Ki: DEAL bought froui Todd
Simpson & Co. will convince you that
they are the best 10 cent plugs on
In Loving Remembrance of Mrs. Eos?
Pouche Holl, Whose Loss Wo Sadly
Mourn This Christmas Time,
"We miss thee in the pace of prayer
And by the hearth-fire's light:
We pause beside thy door to hear
Once more thy kind 'Good-night;'
There seems a shadow o'er the day,
Thy voice no longer cheers;
A dimness o'er the stars of nlghl
Like eyes that look through tears."
"Only a little time, and we
Who knew thee well and loved thee
One after one, shall follow thee
As pilgrims, through the gate of fear
which opens on Eternity.
Yet, shall we cherish, not the less
All that is left our hearts, meanwhile.
The memory of thy tenderness
Shall 'round our daily pathway smile
Like moonlight, when the sun has sot ;
A sweet and tender radiance yet."
Alone, unto our father's will
One thought hath reconciled;
That He. whose love exceedeth ours
Hath taken Home His child.
Fold her, oil Father! in Thine, arms
And let her, henceforth be
A message of love, between
Our human hearts and Thee."
Ekom Locals. *
I * *
Ekom, Dec. I. The weather is line
now lor killing hogs and a good many
are taking advantage of it to lay in a
large supply of sausage and other
Mrs. Hoheit Klledge ami daughter
visited Mrs. .lane Cooper last Friday
Messrs. ('. \V. Martin and family
and Bee Culbertson and family of
Madden, spent Thanksgiving with their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Hrnudus Cooper spent
Sunday with Mr. T. .1. Cooper and fam
Mrs. .1. W. Moore spent Monday with
her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Cooper near
Knds Winter's Troubles,
To many, winter Is a season of iron
hie. The frost-bitten toes and fin
gers, chapped hands and lips, chil
blains, cold-sores, red and rough skins,
prove this. Ilul such troubles fly bo
"ore llUCklen's Arnica Salve. A trial
convinces. Grtatesl healer of Hums.
Holls, Files, Cuts. Sort s, HrillsOH, lie
/.emu and Sprains. Only 25c at Lau
n us Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
See our Odd Pieces of Furniture
suitable for Christinas (lilts.
s. M. Ii, Ii. Wllkes & Co.
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
Rernteh and rub?rub and scratch??
until you feel ns If you could almost
tear the burning skin from your body
?until it seems ns if you could no
lonKCr endure these endless days of
nwful torture?those terrible night*
of sleepless agony.
Then?n few drops of D. D. T)., tbo
fanioiiB Kczema Specific and. Oh! what
relief! The Itch gone Instantly! Com
fort and reHt at last!
D. D. D. Is n simple, external wash
that cleanses and heals the inflamed
skin an nothing ?? l?-o can. A recognized
specific for Kczema, Psorlnsls. 8alt
Ttheum or any other skin trouble.
We can give you a full slz? bottle
of the genuine P. P. T). remedy for
$1.00 nnri If tho very first bottle falls
to give relief It will not cost you a
We also can give you a sample hot
tie f,-,r 25 cents. Why suffer another
day when you can get D. D. D.?
LAURENS DRUG CO.
I,aureus, S. C.
BIG LAND SALE!
J. N. LEAK
The ?'Land Man"
Two and fifty nine-one hundrcths
acres of land with a two story store
room 48 x 20, bounded by lands of
Rufus Gray and W. F. Adair. This
is ono of the finest locations for a
general mercantile business in the
upper part of the county. Price fif
teen hundred dollirs.
6 lots of land ranging from 36 to
61 acres just outside of the incorporat
ed limitR of tlie town of Gray Court.
This is known as the Hill place and
I is in one half mile of the Gray Court
Owlnga Institute, and will be 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,
three tenant houses and good out
buildings, bounded by Jel Davis, Hub
Martin and others. Prices and terms]
334 acres of land within three miles
I 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 home and n beautiful farm,
situated in three miles of Ware
Shoals, on the main thoroughfare lead
ing from Laurons to Ware shoals,
j Price $4,000.00.
Six acres of land. 5-room cottage,
good barn and other outbuildings, 2
acres wired In, four nice building sites,
at Watts Mills village, price $2,500.
i:; i-2 acres of land, hair mile from
Knoree. with corn and wheat mills the
latter being lu running condition.
125 acres of land, with seven
room dwelliug, barn and outbuildings,
, hounded by lands of Rebecca Simp
son, John Childless and others. Price
$;!0 per acre.
85 acres of laud more or less, eight
room dwelling, [i tenant houses, good
barn and outbuildings, In the town of
Lnnford. Price $6,500.
1-3 acre of land with six-room dwell
ing In town of Clinton situated on
Adair Street. Price $2,200.
4 acres of land, more or less, and
ten-room dwelling, electric lights aad
water works on West Main street,
City of Laurons, 159 foot front. This
is the Qnest location in the city of
1.aureus and the building Is up-to
date, where you will have the ad
vantages of a country home and still
be on the main street In the elty
of Laureus. Terms and price made
107VI; acres of land with seven-room
cottage, well supplied with tenant
houses and. out buildings, in threo
miles of Qray Court, S C, conven
ient to schools and churches. This is
a nice location In a thickly settled
community, surrounded by the best
white people. Price $4175. Terms
80 acres of land in the town of Lan
ford, with beautiful cottage nicely lo
cated. Price $G,500.
2 beautiful six-room cottages In
town oi' Qray Court, nicely local"'
? lose to business part of the town.
Prices right and terms made easy. Al
so :: lots suitable for residence lots in
town of Gray Court.
One lot o' land 50 ft. fronting on
North Harper street, 210 feet, deep
with stoi c-; ,)oin 20x50 near the Watts
Olli lit fiOlltlllg North Harper St.,
100x210 feet deep, price $800.00.
:i business lots near 'he Watts mill
fr"i'.lln? North Mr.rper slrnel, 25x150
tine lot with 5-room cottage front
ing Mock street. 110*800 feet deep.
?_' acres of land, more or less and
S-rooin dwelling, sto?1?-louse and out
building at OwlngS Station, This prop
erty Is well located to establish the
trade and is worth mere then the mon
ey we ask, $2,050.00.
1 acres of land with two dwellings
in town of Fountain Inn, nicely lo
cated. Prict and terms mad*! right.
1 aero of land fronting on North
Harper street with live-room dwelling,
bounded by Dr. Walker and Leo Sonn.
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
I lire places, all under wire, in town
of Fountain Inn. Price $2.500.00.
? 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 Thai Divides the Earlh to Suit Your Purse
wanted-a rioer assnt
v IN&ACH TOWN find district \> rid.n Latest Model
?V "Ranger" bicycle furnished h i ? ovorywhon uro inukiliif
--" HOIloy flist. U'riitfar full i.. . I ,,..,a,ralo?'t,
WO MONilY REQUIRE-... .und i pprovn of your
blC.Volo, \VO Ship to flliyoi miyv i?lilt! ? IT, S. VJlihoui a tintdtftilt
inndvui. frtighn ii i ii I Ii iv Trli: r AYA' FREB TRIACdurlntr
which tinii< you may ride the bicycle t 'i im ? I1 ' i nny lest you wish.
if you iiro Hu m hi,t. porfeci ly sn(i>ile<| or on not wish to keep ilia
hlcyclo .slihi |t. hnck to us at our e\|w i i, . ,,y n,i tr oui on* t*nu
i Hvcuni rnivLO . . ,,, .ill profit nhovo
net ii:il factory cost, you save $10 I > - > middlemen's prollts by buy*
in:.' dlroot.of os and hnvo tho innnt n r's i unriintoo behind your
lilcyclo, DO HOT BUY :i hi ?? c i r u pair i,f m,,' >ui at an,
f'i" until you rcci Ivo our catalogue i ni 'I lei . u o;ir uuuoard of fatur,
Ifriiti unit tmatk.iblt ifetuil eff.rt I - > rider ;c:onl3.
YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED;.,.:'
ulli/ l.,a- price* wo can mnko you nt Wwit tho blithe ( Krado hloyclw fop
m money thanany other factory. Worn wttKilol with #I.M>i>roiltnlM>vo factory coat.
OICtCLE dealf.119,1" i ??u m;ii our !?? yijui.i nainuptuto at double our prlcoa.
Onion i . .i tbo day received.
second hand uiCYCLEO. Wo do not ro?ni?riv handle reeond hand Mcyrie? Imt ?i?iialif ha?a
.j leiiuixron hand taken In troil? by oor ( liiraii>> r ia l aloft)*, lux u be . .< ar out promptly ut priced
ran r ins from $3 i?$8,?-|io. Pcacrlptlva bargain Hai? mailed i r,.
(iUASTER'BRAKES) ,in,tl0 l*!'.**!,,..'?,.D0.r*0.*l.ro.,!?r Ohalni and pedal*, port*, repairs and
equipment of all kimln ol /i.i'/ I/o
00 Hedgethorn Punstitra-Proof $
The ' ' \' ' f i , t' flifflhnt ttrti
HO.00 t" fir, tul lo Int'odutt u
ulllulhoua lamfh t .,??,< I ? . ,r './..</?.,
NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILS. Tack?, or Ola>* will not lei the air out.
A hundred thousand pairs sold iu?.i year,
DESCRIPTION, g^V?nde-? ?
i Wilei'. very durable, nud lined Ihsldc with
a special duality of rubber, which never bo<
conies porous and wldeh closes up small
punctures without nllowlnir t ho a tr to escape.
Wo ha ve hundreds of letters from Bfttlnflea customers
stating that their tires have only been puinticd uii onco
Or twice In a whole ni-iivm. They weigh no moro than
an ordinary tire, the puncture nesting dualities l>elnfr
?iven by several layers of tliln. specially prepared
fabrlcon tho tread. Tho regular prico of these tires
is tlO.OO per pair, hut for advert King purposes wo are
making a special factory price to the rider of only #4.fi0per pair
Notice th? thick rubber tree*
and "D" also rim ?triV"H,?
lo prevent rim outline;. Thla)
lire will outlaat ?i?y othari
miilit-IOPT, ELASTIC cndi
EASY RIDING. ,
All orders shipped same.
day letter Is received. We alilu (' <> J). on approval. Vou da not pay a cent until you}
bavo examined and foifnd them strictly as represented, j
Wn will allow a oath dlaoounl <?! : i, r <. nt (thereby niakinc lb? i.r,,-.- S4.SS per pair) If yon'eend FULL CASH'
WITH OHr/!W ami en< lore Oil* ad>?-rln?meot. Yon run no ri.k lo ?.'lelirif um ao order a? tbo tlrea may tot
returned at OUR eipenno If for any reason Iber are not aatlHfactor y on eianilnatlon. We are perfectly rellabK?
aod money aent to oa leaa nafean In a bank. If >? i order a pair of the?e tire* you n III llnd that tbey wilt rlda ,
eaeler. run faater, wear l?-t'i r. Ia*l lonrcr an?l look liner than anv 11, .? you have ever iiM.d or aorn at any price.
We know that you will be ao well ph-aced that when yon want a blOfOkt f OU i> ill ttivo u> your order, we want I
,'nd qua trial orderet once, honco thin remarkable 11 re on, r.
'don't Imy any kind at anv i
l*uncfure-l'r?>of tire* on ai?|.i
?mi to aend ana trial orderet oiu-e. lu.nioi
IF YOU NEED TIRES
'don't iHiy any kind at anv prl.-e until you rend for a pair of Ucdfethorn
1 |>nnrf ura-Proof tir.-.t on approval and trial at tbo "i?h lai Introductory i
trice onoted above: or write for our Mr Tiro and Sundry Catalogue wbli b deecrlbM and quotea all make*) and |
Inda of tlrea at at>oi|t half the uxual prtOM.
DO NOT THINK Of BUYINO a bicycle or a pair of i
klnda of tlrea at at>oiit halfthe o?ual pric..
DO MOT WAITWJW,M
It only ooataa poatat to learn evrrythin
It only ooataa poatat to learn evrrythiny. writu it NOW.
J.L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL.