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Why Salves Caul Cure Eczema
Since the old-fashioned tlioory of cur
ing eczema through the blood has boon
given tip by scientists, manv different
salves have boon tried for skin diseases,
But it has been found that Umso salves
only clog the pores and cannot ponetrate
to the Inner s'.in below the epidermis
where the eczema germs are lodged.
This?the quality of penetrating?
probably explains tho tremendous suc
cess of the well known liquid eczema
remedy, oil of wlntergreen, thymol, gly
cerine, etc., as compounded In D.D.D.
Wo have sold other remedies for skin
troubles but none that wo can recom
mend as highly as this for we know that
D.D.D. stops the itch at once. We Just
want you to give D.D.D, a trial. That will
be enough to prove it,,/
Of course all oilier druggists have
D.D.D. Prescription-?go to them It you
biK nrolljt sub
bo cot lain c
to usA-but don't accept sonic
me to our stove, we are
hnt D.D.D. will do for you
you a full slzo bottle* on
tee:?Tf you-do not find tluit
it takes" away tho itch AT ONCIi, it
costs you not a cent.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
Eggs Are Money
everywhere and till ihe time. Pay a little
special attention to your hens. Get more
eggs and make more money.
ft** Poultry Regulator
is a mild tonic which strengthens and gently
stimulates the digestive and egg-producing
organs, producing wonderful results
25c, 50c, $1
25-lb. Pall, $2.50
"Your money back i
pr*^ Roup Cure
cures roup, colds, catarrh
25c, 50c, $1
Get Pratt. Profit-aliorins Booklet
Sold and guaranteed by all
first class dealers.
FAD Q h J m
Nice tract of 9 acres with a new 6-room cot
tage and barn at Cold Point known as the Dr.
Good Farm of 142 acres near Barksdale Sta
tion with dwelling, two tenant houses and out
buildings, k^own as James Todd Place. A bar
gain at $18.00 per acre.
Good 6-room house and lot in city of Laurens
near square. House in good repair. A bargain
30 acre, fine Farm, all in cultivation, one mile
of Princeton fronting Dr. Gilkerson's place, at
$40.00 per acre.
100 acres, fine farm, known as Polly Pranks'
place, four miles above Laurens.
167 acres in Spartanburg county, near Mus
grove Mill. See us at once for prices.
113 acres of land known as Monroe land, join
ing lands of T. J. Mahon. Sei ?s for prices.
47 acres near Tumbling Shoals, and Prospect
church, known as Watkin's Place. See us at once.
Home Trust Company j
N. B. DIAL, C. H. ROPER,
President. Sec. & Treas.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
Have your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by
men who know how. YouMl find them here at
Over H. Terry's Store Laurens, South Carolina
Sumler Hunks nnd Merchants Ottered
Prizes for Progressive Farming with
Sumter, Jan. 26.?In the beginning
of 1912 the City National bank, to
stimulate diversified l< rming offered
prizes of $200 to be -ontested for dur
ing the year. The rules for the con.
tests were made by officials of the
Farmers' union and the experts of the
various agricultural departments, and
the contests were conducted under
the ausprices of the same. The con
testants met yesterd&y and Inhde
their reports and the prizes were de
clared and awarded. A condition of
the contest was that accounts should
be kept of the work, and that reports
Should be rendered.
Fight hundred and thirty-eight and
one-half bushels of sweet potatoes
was grown on one acre of land by
S. .1. White, R. F. D. No. 1, Sumter.
The City National bang had offered
$100 in prizes. $100 to be given to the
farmer in Sumter county who would
make the greatest average yield on
each, an acre of cotton, an acre of
corn, an acre of pens, and an acre of
sweet potatoes, and $100 to the framer
who would make the most net profit
on these four acres.
S. J. White won the prize for the
greatest net profit. He made 90 8-10
buchels of corn, 2,Olli pounds of seed
cotton, ten and a half bushels of peas
and 4,932 pounds of cured peavine
hay, deducting the cost of fertilizers
use.Mr. Whits made $.".20.S7 on the
four acres. The most startling fig
ures were the enormous profit made
on one acre of sweet potatoes. Esti
mating the value of the potatoes at
the very low price of 46 cents per
bushel, he made more than $300 prof
it on his acre of sweet potatoes alone.
Several of the potatoes weighed u
round eight pounds each and one
weighed 8 1-2 pounds.
T. S. DuBose of Oswego won the
prize of $100 for the largest yield,
making 2,330 pounds of seed cotton,
129 1-8 bushels of corn, and 409 1.2
bushels of sweet potatoes.
M. II. Heck of Sumter made 416
bushels of sweet potatoes and the ma
jority in the contest made over 300
bushels of sweet potatoes per acre.
J. M. Bradham of Sumter made
106 1-2 bushels of corn, 2,409 pounds
of seed cotton.
J. W. Odom of Sumter made 6,350
pounds of cured peavine hay on one 1
acre. All of the foregoing records
were certified to by two disinterested
witnesses with affidavits attached.
The City National bank is so well
pleasod With the past years coin est
that it has offered $300 in prizes for
1913?ISO for the greatest yield of
oats and vetch hay on one acre, $."?0
for the greatest yield of sweet pota
toes, $7;, for the greatest yield of
corn. $LT> for the second best, $7f> for
the greatest yield Of cotton, and $2f>
for the second best. The cotton is to
bo planted after oats and peas, the
corn to be planted after cotton, and
the potatoes, oats and vetch to be
planted without restrictions. A cover
crop is to be planted on the acre of
cotton in the fall No one can enter
the contests without planting at least
tbreee of the above crops.
Beside this contest which is renew
ed for this year, the Bank of Sum
ter has Inagu rated another contest
for planters, this, too, under the au
sprices of the experimental depart
ment of Clemson college nnd the de
partment of agriculture. This bank
has made Its offer for three years,
giving $200 for each of the three
years. The prime feature of the offer
of the Bank of Sumter Is to incourage
rotation of crops and the rules that
will be fomulated by the experts who
will prepare the technical part of the
contest will be formed with this in
view, and the land that is planted one
kind of crop in 1913 will have t?
bear another in 1914, and still a third
In 191 i5.
The Bank of Sumter, to, expects
soon to offer prizes In a live stock
raising contest.?The State.
NOTHING UHF, ZF.MO
Surprise Yonrself by During a 2fte
Did you ever see such a digerence?
ZBMO is certainly a marvel. This is
what you will say after your first
trial of the new remedy, ZEJMO.
ZE5MO is a clear Mould; you Just
rub It on the skin: it/sinks right in.
All Itching stops; it/Is guaranteed to
do It, and does It. After a few appli
cations, every ^pin/pie. every blotch,
all eczema BOOBS, eczema pains,
blackheads, prlcffiy heat and rash sim
ply vanish. Prove It conclusively at
a cost of only a few cents.
You never saw anything in your life
act like ZF.MO on inflamed or redden
ed skin, sores, cuts, bruises, or dan
ZIOMO is sold at drug stores In 2'?
cent and $1 bottles, or sent direct on
receipt of price by h. w. Roso Medi
cine Co.. 0t. Ixniis. Mo. The $1 bottle
contains six times as much as the
Sold and guaranteed in Laurens by
the Laurens Drug Co.
IN MEMORIAL v I
Whereas. God in his infinite wisdom
and love has seen fit to call from us
our dearly beloved sister. Mrs. Janle
Resolved, That we the members of
the Methodist Church of Cross Hill do
feel ourselves deeply bereaved, but
bow in submission to the omnipotent
and morciflul Father;
That we extend our heartfelt sym
pathy to the family in their bereavo.
ment, commending them to God's love
That a copy of these resolutions be
recorded on our minutes, B copy bo
sent to the bereaved family, and a
copy to the Southern Christian Advo
cate, and Laurens Advertiser, for pub
Mrs. N. I. Williams,
Mrs. L. I). Hanna,
Mrs. S. A. IMnson.
LAN FORD MEWS.
Lanford, Feh. 1.?The rain has put
a Stop to the form work for a while.
The small grain is looking line.
Mr. Willi*? and Loyd Godfrey and
Tom Harmon attended the corn show
In Columbia this week.
Miss Robin Patterson is visiting in
Spartanburg and Greenville this week.
Misses Nell Welbom and Minnie
Lanford were in Laurens, shopping,
Mrs. 13. F. Immer is at Mr. L. M.
Cannon's for a few days.
Mr. L. M. Cannon and family spent
Sunday in Laurens with Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Cannon.
Miss Minnie Lanford was in Spar
tanburg Saturday on business.
Miss Bessie Brown attended the corn
show Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Mannie Willis is visiting in
Capl, .5. \V. Lanford Iras returned
from Tennessee with a nice lot of
mules and horses. Anyone wishing
a nice mule or horse, he would be glad
to sell you. See him before buying.
Mr. C. C. Hembree und daughter, Miss
Odessa, were in Laurens Wednesday,
Miss Flossie Lanford spent Sunday
here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
(1. .1. Lanford.
Mr. John Godfrey was a business
visitor in Laurens Saturday,
Hillside. Feb. 3.?-One month of the
new year is gone thirty-one days of
pleasure or sorrow have, for all time.
Itassed from view, but, let's make the
best of what's left. Truly, lift; Is
what we make it. So let s push for
ward with a determination that brooks
no delay, and make of 1913, the best,
the most prosperous year, of any pre
Lewis Vaughan, of Warthen, spent
a few days, in this community last
week, visiting friends.
Master Melvin Tollison and sister,
Miss Madge, visited their sister. Mrs.
Ella Melton, of Warthen, Saturday.
The Advertiser may fall into the
hands of someone who has yet to learn
something of Hillside. The writer
givos the following information:
Hillside hits a population of about
320, divided as follows: whites, 270,
blacks, 50. There are two stores here,
and another being built. There are
one church and one school. The
church has a membership of 86; the
school has an enrollment of about 90.
There arc two cotton gins, and two
saw.mllls. There Is, also, one grist
mill. Besides this, there's land here
that surpasses it's neighboring sec
tions In productiveness, and the peo
ple here, you will find, are kind and
hospitable, ever wishing to "do you
A good turn." That's a picture of
Hillside?a land fairer than tho writ
er has told you. So come over into
Hillside and help push along the good
work of more progresslveness in farm
ing, and thus help to make this "the
Eldorado of the Southland."
Just having plenty of rain, over
here, thank you. The continued rain
fall In this section has caused the
early farm work to be delayed some
what. Corn, etc., will be planted this
season If conditions permit.
A singing was given at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Woods, Sunday
night In honor of Mr. David Peden.
of Georgia, who is visiting relatives
and old friends here. Tills Is Mr.
Peden's first visit here in 27 years. Of
course we all knew that Hillside
would bring him back.
This Is the season of the year When
mothers feel very much concerned ov
er the froqUont colds Contracid by
their children, and have abundant rea
sons for it as every fold weakens the
lungs, lowers theyvitality and paves
the way for the jnorn serious diseases
that so often follow. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is famous for its cures,
and is pleasant and safe to take. For
sale by all dealers.
I OUR E>R.UG2 STORK
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So called "heart-ourn" is only a sympton of a stom -
ach disorder. It is indigestion arising from too much
acidity in the stomach. "Heart-burn" is a disease you
should not allow to run on, else the entire system
will become disordered and rheumatism and other
chronic diseases will result. Heart-burn and in
digestion are easily arrested if taken in hand in time.
COME TO OUR DRUG STORE.
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
WW-M-A.- T?Jgg?N T?
Buy A Home With Rent Money!
The average renter paysforhis place every eight years
but the land lord still owns it. Why Pay Rent?
YOU PAY AS RENT
At $120.00 per year in 10 years. $1,581.08
At $120.00 per year in 25 years. $0,5*3.72
At $240.00 per year in 10 years. $3,163.36
At $240.00 per year in 25 years. 13,167.43
12") Acres hounded by lands J. YVarrcn Holl, James Wham's citato
and others, known as tiir Colemau Tract (."neap and oasy terms
125 Acres within one mile of public square, well improved,
cut into 10, 15 or '10 acre lots. Easy term.
46 Veres, more or less, adjoining lands of C. D. Moseley,
Cain and others, one and three-fourth miles South of I-aureus C. H.,
with good tenant house and in high state of cultivation for $45.00
One 5-room house and lot fronting on Mack St., containing three
fourths of acre, more or leas, for $800.00. On easy terms.
One acre lot with one 2-room house and one 5-room house front
ing Jennings St. Price $700.00.
One 4-room house on lot 109 x 160 near Watts Mill for $1,100.00.
553 Acres, known as the Tom Smith Farm, between the waters
of Reedy River and Saluua, well improved. Will sell as a whole or
cut up to suit purchaser. Terms reasonable apply for prices.
127 Acres of land on Greenwood county side of Saluda Itiver,
adjoining land of Helton Day and othors. Price reasonable and terms
?*T 17ft Acres near Mt. Olive Chuoh, Cheap and on easy lorrns.
One-half interest in one of the finest lime quarrlM in the South.
Four miles of Ware Shoals. Cheap on easy terms.
We will cut any of the following into such size tracts
as you desire. We buy at wholesale and retail land out
to suit the small buyer :
About 100 Acres near Watts Mill, known as the Padgett Land.
240 Acres located noar Reedy River Power Company, on Reedy
River, and known as tho Dorroh Place. Price, $12.50 to $20.00 per
acre, depending on number cf acres and location.
23 acres at Anil's cross roads, cheap for quid; sale.
1ft acres near Watts Mills, al! improved, for $1,500, half cash.
106 acres, a part of J. N. Clardy tract, $ft.00 per acre. Out the bar
93 acres near Ora, S. ('., with good dwelling house and all necessary
outbuildings, good orchard, good level land, church and school conve
nient. Terms and price reasonable.
II acres near Watts Mill well improved. See us for price and terms.
Several houses and lotr, near Watts Mill.
Wo also have for sale about Twenty two Acros of land wllhln the
corporate limits of the City of Laurons, kn.mn BS Grays Hill, which
wo will sell In small building lots, at reasonable prices. A good many
of these lots have cottages on them.
Remember that we cut off any number of acres de
sired by purchaser and give any reasonable time in which
to j>ay. We want to make it possible f<-i every white
farmer in I.aureus County to own his home.
Laurens Trust Company
R. A. COOPER, President. C. W. TUNR,Sec. & Treas.
Anderson A lllakoloy. Managers Real Estate Sales.