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Buy Mixson's High-Grade Seeds and Be Protedted. AH seeds are carefully grown?examined and tested before being shipped to you. They will grow the largest crops. You make no mistake in buying from us as all seeds are guaranteed pure and of high vitality. We save you money and give you the best seeds on the market. Seeds suitable for Southern soils and climate. Special prices and low freight rates on large ship ments of Beans, Cucumbers, Cabbage, Corn, Sorghum, Cotton and other seeds. We have every kind of seed for truck farms or garden. Farmers should have our free catalogue and complete price list before placing their orders. Write for same to-day while you think of it Address W. H. MIXSON SEED ctf CHARLESTON, S. C. i If You Eat You Need Digestit v The New Relief for Indigestion It has been stated that more than eighty million people In the United States are victims of some form of indigestion. The American people do not take time enough to eat. Tho re sult Is stomach distress, gas, belching, Indigestion and dyspepsia. Digestit is the new relief?it has been found a certain, quick and per manent remedy. Thousands of people have found relief from Its use. Their own statements on file in our ofilce are prpof. You can try It for yourself without any risk?if it fails to give you absolute satisfaction your money will be returned. Brown's Digestit Is a little tablet easy to swallow and abso lutely harmless. It relieves indigestion almost Instantly, stops food fermenta tion, prevents distress after eating and cures dyspepsia. You need it even though you are not sick?It aids diges tion and gives you all the nourishment. Laurens Drug Co.. Laurens, S. C. ?aaaaiHBigrgK^ m k >< x y. ):;?? >Of ?? :f ><? *(? nfii m&WH jpot to have money mtheBank * Did you ever notice tho independence and self-reliance of the man u'lio has money in the hanlc. iVot only Iiis employer, hut every "big** man greets him differently to tho way ho greets those who' have /iot. Quit those potty oxtrava gnnocs that uro outing up your money. I*ut it in the htmlc every week. In a short time it will littvo (grown, mid you, too, will fool that FRJBJB IJOAI und ROW1SR you have noticed, in others. DO YOUR. JiAXlCIXG WITH US. cut. Wo pay interest in Savings Department Make OUR Ilanlc YOUR lianlc. ' Enterprise Bank Laurens, S. C. N. B. DIAL,, I'ros. C. II. ROl'HR, Cashier Gasoline and Kerosene jj Sold in air-tight Iron Drums. Convenient to handle. Deliver in small quantities in city. R. ML Eichelberger Agent Gulf Refining Phone 33 LAURENS COTTON MILL. ************* Laurens ^1111. March 10.?After a few days of sunshine, gardening Is In full blast, It would be surprising to know the amount of vegetables raised around the mills and it surely Is quite a saving to the people. Now how about a cleaning up day, if every one would agree to set apart a day to have a general cleaning up of their premises it would add so much to the looks of our little town and I am sure wo would have the co-operation of our outside foreman, Mr. Montgom ery, in the work To the pastors of our town I shall say In behalf of our people, that your work is appreciated and lets stand by them and 3ee how near wo can come In making this the model mill town of] the state In church attendance. Rev. L. S. Shealy Is the pastor of the Sec ond Baptist church. Rev. W. IL Lew-1 is, pastor of the Second M. K. church, J. L. McLin, pastor of the Presbyterian church. These good men have visit ed most every home in this town In the last few weeks in the Interest of the church and Sunday schools. Rev. L. S. Shealy left on last Mon day for Atlanta, to spend a few days at the Bible conference. Messrs. R. J, Franks and L. A. Murray attended the burial on last Sunday of Miss Francis Day. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Anderson visited the home of Mr. Willie Walker on last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery spent the week-end with their son John Mont gomery of this place. The little babe of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Bramlctt Is very sick at present and we are very anxious to see the dear little fellow make a change for the better, Mr J. B. Thompson Is out again from a few days spell of the grippe. On Saturday afternoon before Faster the Sunday school of the Second Bap tist church will have an easter egg hunt. A big time is expected with the children. This Sunday school Is increasing in number every Sunday, having divided three classes in the last fow Sundays. The pastor of this church preaches eleven sermons each month, having three churches. Tho church work generally Booms to bo very encouraging here, as all tho pastors and workers are united in their efforts. Many, sufferers from rheumatism have been surprised nnd delighted with the prompt relief afforded by np plying Chamberlain's Liniment. Not; one case of rheumatism in ten re quires any Internal treatment what ever. This liniment is for sale by all dealers. ****************** * Subscribers to Rescue Home. ***** *.***** ******* Tho Advertiser has been handed the following communication with list of subscribers with the request that it be published: Laurens, S. C, March 1, 1913. ,Rev. W. M. Ratliff wishes to thank all the persons named hereunder for con tributions to his Industrial School and Rescue Home, located at Ben nettsvllle, S. C. Rev. L. P. McQeO $2.00 Uev. W. 10. Thayer 2.00 Rev. C. F. Rankln 2.00 C. M. Babb 2.00 J. O. Owlngs 2.00 Mrs. Mattlo A. Owlngs 2.00 B. L. Jones 1.26 Advertiser. Co. 1.00 .Mrs. D. A. Davis 1.00 Mrs. W. H. Martin ..r,0 St. Paul Baptist church, Rev. W. T. Rice, pastor, .subscribed 11.55 paid 3. Bethel A. M. E. church, Rev. F. A. White, pastor 3.TC Cash .r.O R. E. Bab!) 1.00 W. L. Gray 1.00 J. J. Pluss 1.00 R. B. Terry 1.00 S. J. Cralg 1.00 O. 15. Simmons 1.00 H. Terry .50 C. If. Babb .r,0 J, H. Moorman C. J. Shaw .26 C. J. Byrd .r?0 0. A. ODell .r.O Very respectfully, W .M. Ratliff, Per Thos Sanders. Prln. Colored School. Children are much more likely to contract the contagious diseases when they have colds. Whooping cough, diphtheria, sonrlot fever and con sumption are diseases that are. of ten contracted when the child has a cold. That '.s why all medical authorities say beware of colds. For the quick euro of colds you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It can always be depended upon and Is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by all dealers. You can say goodbye to constipa tion, with a clear conscience If you use Chamberlain's Tablets. Many have been permanently ctj-rod by their use. For "sale by all dealers. * UNION MEETING. * * * ****************** The Union of the Fourth Division of Laurons Association will meet With Beaverdam* Baptist church, Saturday March 29, 1913, at 11 o'clock. A. M. Program. 11:00?Devotional and Scripture | study. Subject: Spiritual Growth. I^ed by Kills A. Fuller. ll:3z?Organization. Annual election of ofllcor8. 11:40?What Important truths are taught in Mark 8:34? W. B. Fuller, J. C. Miller, J. A. Martin, J. H. Wharton. Intermission for dinner. 1:00?The duty and rewards of per sonal work in tho service of Christ. Matt. 9:35; Luke 14:23; John 13:11 17. J. H. Motes, u. H. Madden, Dr. J. O. Martin, Ellis A. Fuller. 2:007-Jcsus, the Good Shepherd?The J full meaning of this as applied to Christ and to the Christian life. Palms 23; John 10:1-18. J. H. Wharton, S. H. Goggans, W. H. Pin. son, W. P. Turner. 3:00?A complete summary of man's duty. Eccleslastos, 12:13. J, A. Martin. Dr. J. O. Martin, W. P. Turn er, J. H, Motes. Sunday Morning, March 80. 10:30?Devotional and song service. By the moderator. 10:46?Opportunity, the measure of | Responsibility. Gal. 0:10. Dr. J. O. Martin, W. P. Culbertson. E. A. Ful ler. 11:30?Missionary sermon by Rev. J. A. Martin. W. P. Culbertson, Secretary. The 3rd division of the Lauren8 Bap tist Association will meet with the Union Baptist church March 29th and 30th, 1913. Saturday. 9:10?Devotional exercises conducted by Rov. J. A. Brock. 10:00?Enrollment of delegates and reports from churches. 11:00?Sermon by Rev. B. p. Matcholl 12:00?Adjourn for one hour. 1:00?What is a Christian? By T. S. Langston. 1:30?The place of prayer in the Chris tian life. By T. II. Hurts. 2:00?What relation should exist be-! tween tho pastor and church mem bers. By ('. H. Hobo. 3:00?Why am I a Baptist By Rev. 11. L. Bnggott. Sunday. 10:00?Systematic giving. By Rov. B. P. Mitchell. 11:00?Missionary sermon. By Rev. Ii. L. Baggott. 12:00?Adjourn for one hour. 1:00?How can wo enlist all of our members In church work?. A gen eral discussion. I.. S. Shealy, For Committee. Best Known Cough Remedy For iforty-threo years Dr. King's New Discovery has been known throughout the world as the most re liable cough remedy. Over three mil. lion bottles wnp' used last. year. Isn't this proof? It. .will get rid of your cough, or we will refund your money. .). .1. Owens, of Allendnle, S. C., writes the way hundreds of others have done: "After twenty years, I find that Dr. King's N w Discovery Is the best remedy for coughs and coulds that I have ever used." For coughs or colds and all throat and lung troubles, it has no equal. 50c and $1.00 at Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Co. GREY HAIR RESTORED TO YOUTHFUL COLOR Why Have Gr<^y or Faded Hair That M^kes You Look Old Why lose your good looks that youth ful, natural colored hair always helps you to keep? There is absolutely no j rued for it. A few applications of : Hay's Hair Health will restore your, grey hairs to their natural color and beauty, almost Immediately and it will look even more beautiful than ever - your money back If it doesn't. Get a bottle today?prove it to your own sat isfaction. Always ark for Hay's Hair Health. Don't take chances with any others. Free: Sirrn this adv. and take it to tho following druggists ;md get a 60o. hot r]e or Hay's Hair Health and a 25e. enke of Harflna Soap, for 50c.; or $1.00 bottle of Hay's Hair Health and two 25c. cakes of Harflna Soap Free, for $1. For sale and recommended by LAURENS DRUG CO. Special Agents Dil. CLIFTON JONKS Dentist Office In Simmons Building Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219. Since the old-fashtoned theory of. cur ing ecSemu through the blood has beon ?:in?-ii ?xi? by Bvh mists, nuiny uifforont salves have been tried ror skin diseases. Hut It hiis beon t".min.i that these salvos only clog the polos und cannot penetrate to the inner Bkln below tho epldi mils where tlie coseiua norms are lodged. Tbls?the quality of penetrating? probuidy explains tho tremendous suc cess of the well Known liquid ocsenia remedy, oil of wlnterRreon, thymol, gly cerine etc., as compounded In l>.i>. i>. Prescription. We have sold other remedies for ekln troubled but none dial w<? can rooom mend as highly as tin.s tor wo Know that D.D.D. stops the lull at once. We lust want you to give D.D.D. a trial. That win be enough to prove it. of course nil other druggists have D.D.D. Prescription?go to them it yon Can't Oome to us?lint don't accept some big profit substitute, Hut If you come to our store, wo are Booet taln of what D.D.D. win do foi yon that we offer you n full size bottle OH this guarantee: ? If yon do not llnd tliat It takes away the Itch AT ONOJbO, It costs you not a cent. Ly^"^ Laurcns Drug Co., Laurens, S. C. I YOUR^iMEVENINGDRESS?GOWN' 1 WRAP, FUR, SLIPPERS, GLOVES, OR ANY OTHER ARTICLE OF AP PAREL thoroughly cleansed and re-fined like new by our SUPERIOR METHODS not only brings SATISFACTION to the wearer, but adds hygienic COMFORT as well. Footer's Dye Works America's Greatest and Best Cleaners and Dyers Cumberland, MiL .ROLLING, STCWIl GATHERS NO MOSS r iwuiimm11" urn "wi mi hum1?wwii iii?hih ?uitiMi m Buy A Home With Rent Money! The average renter pays for his place every eight years but the land lord still owns it. Why I'ay Rent? YOU PAY AS RENT At $120.00 per yer in 10 years. . $1,581.68 At $120.00 per y( n 26 years. $6,588.72 At $240.00 per ye i 10 years. $3,163.86 At $240.00 per yea. in 26 years. Hi, 107.43 12.") Acres bounded by lands .1. Warren Bolt, ,1amos Wham's estate and others, known as the Colem&li Tract. Cheap and easy terms. 125 Acres within one mile of public square, well improved. Will cut into 10, 16 or 20 acre lots. Easy term. 40 \cres, more or less, adjoining lands of ('. I). Moseloy, Mrn, Cain and others, one and three-fourth miles South of Laurens C. H., with good tenant house and in high state of cultivation for $45.00 per acre. One 5-room house and lot fronting on Mack SL, containing three fourths Of acre, more or less, for $800.00. On easy terms, One acre lot with one 2-room house and oik; 5-room house front ing Jennings St. Trice $700.00. One 4-room house on lot 100 x 150 near Watts Mill for $1,100.00. r>.r).'t Acres, known an the Tom Smith Farm, between the waters of Reedy River and Saluda, well improved Will sell as a whole or cut up to Suit purchaser. Terms reasonable apply for prices. 127 Acres of land on Creenwood county side of Saluda River, adjoining land of Helton Day and others. Price reasonable and terms easy. ?ii- 178 Acres near Mt, Olive Chucll. Chosp and Oil easy terms. One-half Interest in one oj" the fines I lime quarrios in the South. Four miles of Ware Shoals. Cheap on easy terms. We will cut any of the following into sncll 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 Badgelt Land. 240 Acres located near Reody River Pow er Company, on Kc'dy River, and known as the Dorrob Place. Price, $12.50 to $20.00 per acre, depending on number of acres and location. 2.'l acres at Anil's 0*088 roads, cheap for quick sale. 1!? acres near Watts Mills, all improve.!, for $1,500, half cash. [05 acres, a part of J, N. Clardy tract. $8.00 per acre. Got the bar gain now. 03 acres noarOra, s. c , 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 Walls Mill well improved. See us for price and terms. Soveral houses and lots near Walts Mill. Wo also have for sale about Twenty-two Acres of land within the OOlrnoratO limits Of tllO (>\\y of Laurens, known BS Grays lllll, which we will sell In small building lots, at reasonable prices. A good many of thise 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 pay. We want to make it possible for every white farmer in Laurens County to own his home. Laurens Trust Company R. A. Cooplr, President. C. W. TUNR,Sec, & Treas. Anderson A lllakeley, Managers Real Estate Sales.