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FEAR HUERTA HAS
CARD UP HIS SLEEVE
ltebels Believe Dictator 'is Preparing
Surprise Anticipate Resistance.
Juarez, Mexico, Dec. 4.--The feeling
today spread among rebel leaders that
the Huerta Governiuent was prepar
ing some sinister surprises in connec
tion with the projected march of Gen.
Francisco Villa's army toward lexico
That the Federal troops had aban
doned nearly ill of the northern part
of the Republic, after they had been
beaten and forced to seek safety in
the mountains or on the United States
border, and that Gen, Salvador Mer
cado, the Federal commauder, had
pronounced his forces bankrupt, was
not accepted as indicating that the
rebels will be unresisted in their ad
Belief was expressed that the Fed
erals had an object in exacuating Chi
hutthifa, and other isolated Federal
garrisons, where it was impossible
for them to do much more than defend
themselves, and that their purpose in
abandoning their 'posts was to per
m'it a more concerted and energetic
defence in the central and southern
States, where forts are more numer
ous and communication is easier.
Rebels In Unique Position. ,
Gen. Villa's intention to augment
his present army of 7,000 by scattered
lband:( about Torreon and Zacatecas,
and to mass a solid force of 20,000 or
more rebels on the March to Alexico
City, would place the rebels in a
('LEANNES YOUR IAilt
MA KES IT BEA Il'i'i,
It becomes thick, wavy, lustrous and
all dandruti disappears -lin ir stops
Surely try a "Danderine Ilair
Cleanse" if ycu wish to i'mmtiediately
double the beauty of your hair. .lust
moisten a cloth with Danlderine and
draw it c'arelully through your hair,
taking one small stand at a tine; this
will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or
any excessive oil---in a few minutes
you will be amazed. Your hair will
be wavy. luItfy and abundant and pos
sess an inicomlparale softness, lustre
lesides beautifying he hair. one
application of i)anderine dissolves ev.
ery partilel of dandruff; invigorates
the scalp, stopping itching and fall
)anderinue is to the hr.ir what fresh
showers of rain and sunshine are to
vegetation. It goes right to the roots.
invigorates and strengthens them. Its
,exhiiarating, stiuulating an1d life-pro
diucing properties (ause the hair to
grow long, strong and beautiful.
Y'eti can surely have pretty, soft,
lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you will
just get a 2.''cent bottle of Kcnowlton's
Datderine from aniy drug store or
toilet counter aid try it as directed.
Of Anua11111t lleeting of County Board
Notice is hereby given that the next
annual meeting of the Bloard of Coun
ty ('onmissioners of Lacurens ('oucn
ty will be held at Laurens, S. C., oic
'T'hursday, the th clay of .lanuary A.
D). 19141. All persons hcoling clalims
of any kicnd aga inlst thec cottcnty ncot
prcevioutsly p'lresecntedl, will tile same
w'ithc .1. 1. Alock, ('le rk, onc our before
lice tirst clay cit .lanuiary. I114.
Spells of momentary blindness on
stooping or rising suddenly, bad
breath and a tired, lazy feeling
are symptoms of a torpid liver
and a torpid liver is the prime
cause of most of the serious dis
eases thcat affect the human body.
To get rid of bilious impurities
and restore activity in the liver
you need a dose~ of
DiR. M. A. SIMMONS
The Old Original Liver Powder
For more than sixty years this
grand old remcedy has been used
by the people of thcs country for
all disorde.rs in the liver, stomach
and bowels, it is a powerful
liver stimulant, stomauch and
bowel pucrifier. It never fails to
give results. It contains no alco
hol, no salts or calomel, no sick
ening-sweet syrup to nauseate
the stomach. It is a pure, whole
some, strictly herbal medicine
that acts quickly anid naturally,
leaving the systemn cleansed and
healthficl. Dr. M. A. Simmons'
Liver Medicine is now putt up in
a habdsome iiithograp~hed tin box.
Ask for the Tin Box
Price 25 Cents
C. r. Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. LOUJIS, MO.
mean suffering and
danger. The CAUSE
is always internal.
tableta Hrdc mzn Eiaut b- atRkn t D
INTERNAL CAUSE. Th brepiles a did ukind
Rold by Lanrans TDrng o. and all drngglts.
Object of the Work and Results
Obtained-Some of the
GOING TO THE FARM HOMES
Tlhirteen Campaigns Have Been Car
ried on in Michigan, Ohio and 1111
nole-Holden's Plan Meets Warm
Reception With the Farmers.
Prof. P. G. Holden, director of the
Agricultural Extension Department of
the International Harvester Company
of Now Jersey, has planned and put
into operation a new method of ex
tending agricultural knowledge.
Holden was the originator of agri
cultural demonstration trains; of ag
ricultural short courses, and many
other effective plans, through the
agency of which millions of dollars
have been added jto the agricultural
wealth of this country.
The latest plan of Holden Is to
place alfalfa upon every farm. There
are three prominent features in his
(1) The introduction of a compara
tively new crop into the Corn
Belt, Southern and Eastern
(2) Going direct to the homes of the
farmers, where meetings are
held in the fields, and success
and failure discussed according
to local conditions.
() The use of that most modern ye.
Purpose of Campaign.
The primary purpose of the cam
paign is to show the American farmer
that alfalfa is the most profitable crop
he can grow; that it can be grown
profitably upon every farm; that it en
riches the soil; increases farm values;
stimulates live stock growing and dai
rying; produces double that of other
hay crops, and is better feed.
Thirteen campaigns have thus far
been successfully conducted in Mich
igan, Ohio and Illinois.
Some of the Results.
Results of the Kent county (M1ch.'
(1) Six thousand farmers visited at
their homes during a five-day
(2) Thirty-two meetings held.
(3) Three hundred and seventy-five
miles traveled by the Alfalfa.An
(4) One hundred and thirty-six alfalfa
talks made by the Holden staff
of alfalfa lecturers.
(5) Many applications for similar cam
paigns from all parts of the
The Kent county campaign has been
followed by campaigns in Allegan,
Barry, Grand Traverse and St. Clair
counties, Michigan; Van Wert, Marion,
Fulton, Williams and Champaign coun
ties, Ohio; and Sangamon, DuPage
and Kane counties, Illinois.
Great Meeting in Ohio.
At one meeting in Ohio upon the
farm of Joseph E. Wing, near Meehan
icsburg, nearly 4,000 people gathered
from all parts of Ohio and adjoining
states to learn more about alfalfa. At
this great meeting the Ohio State Al
falfa Growers' association was organ
ized. Over 300 automoiles made up
the alfalfa train. It is recorded as
the greatest agricultural assemblage
in the history of Ohio. Other Ohio
counties where the work has been
taken up report success on every
Sangamnon and Kane counties, Illi
niois, have both conducted great cam
paigns. At one meeting in Williams
ville, Ill., over 1,200 farmers came to
hear the alfalfa lecturers.
In all of these campaigns which
were conductedl within a period of
about two months nearly 50,000 farm
ers have been reached with the gos
pel of alfalfa.
As a result also of the campaign
work it is conservatively estimated
that 200,000 acres of alfalfa will be
seeded during this and the coming
Such is the result of th~e initial work
of campaigning for alfalfa, but vastly
more thani this tangible result has
been accomplished. Every farmer
throughout the region where the work
was conducted is talking about al
falfa. Th'le co-operation or the sdhools
in the territory is a very important
and effective feature. School officials,
from the highest to the lowest, have
never failed to appreciate the eppor
Professor Ilolden has expressed
himself as considering it the most
wonderful experience and the most
beneficial trip froem the farm stand
point that ho has ever taken,
But this is not all-wherever the
farmers of any community are inter
ested in the growing of alfalfa, when
possible a follow-up man, thorough in
bis knowledge of alfalfa cuimuro, will
be sent out- to rnasist them in getting
a, start. Ile wvill live with the
farmers and aid them in solving'
the problems at home. He will
go from farm to farm upon re
luest and study succes; and failure,
Before the coming of .1914 cam
paigns will have been conducted in
wery part of the United States and
C~anada. Interest is growing so rap-1
Idly that many counties haveorganibed
pampaigns and undertaken the woak
arithnut assistane from ,the outside.
It is now the tim
Engraving ancd special designiiig buy and where t
can now be done with more
satisfaction than at
the tme ofbecause of capa
thie tiune of
t t best, and Second
Y VIUr ta with the value
and we suggest
that you call and enjoy
that leisurely inspection here, stocks seco
is now possible with you marvel in our
fotrotUing Ou geztione formn 3itut aA
Enduring Gifts of Silver FOR THI
Th'le gift, of it flue jewel is at pleaisure l~tl t'itIt
isld 11' tes ug
to hlie 'e('lipieit. oft today a treasure icu s of c
to hie liiierliors of tomorrow. Neeklahe;s
1fol for selling onuggetion cry formesutt
E ustores is ifo i For The C
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nd he Slehit on Our rta - Iekrets Ore Et'l
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Y~crt W~kSilul e or nb ittloitpriono
leton for sellorg5only the 11erytbesi
Lsaurns iS Ctatewidea. ; Cnisstl(.So
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ru'e ad ~leale? laaiyugsin i
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n Aysoand lde? atvyo Lans in lvn''wsip 9a n o1 i
lon, iebc andi blnadderi n T WIilinve p.ou
Wiflb pract ce ofal tfate, ta n- ).i
der theaieyTo'nshife10en. in.ito 2op.asn
mcu re og ithrie 50yc ilsi.,rs Ip .t 4p ii
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fm'oi Sc L anrenhisa i.So.2 C. V A
S. . & i.~ Ii Wikes& C. The',2p in.itor's o .e winlb. oe
l'roin the ~~~~Ito lnayt h 0ho
ppea4 to ZIl
e of gift; giving and receiving and what to
D buy it is the all important question. It
st FLEMING BROTHER'S Store; First
bility to serve you with the newest and
l because the prices are always consistent
f the goods--the best obtainable. Weeks
g in the Jewelry Markets have assembled
nd to none in the South, and you will
plendid selections of the Jeweler's art.
'maU Part of Our 3mmenge 21tochk
riendshlil Circles There is nothing so acceptable as
uniii3 nags an artistic gift for the adornment of
iver lHags the home. The pleasure it brings is
mbrellas , permanent.
oiletbetsSpecli attention is culled to our
entleman SlVER TEA SET3
old Studs SILVER TRAYS -.
old Fohs SILVER VASES
:yeglass ('ases TABLE SILVER
a in (old and and many other elegant and usefal
Wednesday, Jan. 28, Stewart's Store,
Youngs~ Tiownshqip, 10 am. mn. to 3:30 Jo
Thmursda~y, . anm. 29, Cook's Store,
Yomimgs Townmsipl) 10 u. mn. to 2:30
idayI, .Jan. 30, Young's Store,
Youngas Tiownsipll, 0 a. nm. to 2:30
~*'Tuesdaym Feb. 3, Pleasant Mound, ~C
Youngsi TIownipll 9 a. mn. to 12 mn.;
laanfordI, Youngs Tiownshlip), 1:30 p. mn. AfAcW5
to -1:30 p. mm.
Wednesday, Feb. 4, Ora, Scufmetown
Township, 9 a. mu. to 12 mn.; Watts C~lNE
.MilI. Laurens Toewnship), 2 p. an. to PAENE hE LE
7:30 p). m1. J~we nesn rewoGen
IAll imalme citizens between the ages vleadOcr .CefcieSn
of 21 and1( 60 years on tihe 1st of Jan- cy ~cme t,11. Tan
iuary except ths who are incapable ~eiead Cre fai~1
of e'arinig a supplort fromi being maim-Wahntntrt.
ed1 or from other causes, are doomed LaeAne -
lpolis, Confedlerat9 veterans excepted.No Tie/ o. im
Also 1all male citizens between tihe 6:0AM. 281A..
ages of 18 and 50 on thme 1st day of 3 75 .M 01 .M
.Itlnuary, 19i5, are liable to a road tax 100A.M6122F .
or $i.50 and are reqiuiredl to make71:4A.M. 8 :0P..
their return of saxme to the Auditor91:5.M. 0::5P..
(during the ti'me above specified and 42P.M 12 63P..
shall pany to thme County Treasurer at j :0P . 1 04 .M
the same time other taxes are paid In BtenGen~l n re
lleu of working the road. N ieN. Tm
All taxpayer's are 'required to give 7 :0A M 1 74 .M
Tiownship and No. of School District; 7 01 .M 395 .M
also state whether property is situat-741:0PM. 51:0A..
ed1 in town or country. IEach lot, tract76 15P.M 77 :4P..
or iparcel of land must be0 entered i ep-78 :5P.M 79 31P..
arately. 8 :0P M 1 45 .M
After the 20th of Feblrutary 50 per Tcetonsl ..&ATria,
cent pienalty willi be attachedl for faIl- 14N~hMi tet
urme to make returns.C..AJT1N
' J. W. THOMPSON, - e' asAet
County Auditor., Genvle
Nov. 27, 1913.--td.Wuitr utbe oHldaGfs
Fountain P'ens that dlon't Iealt Stat pie t laeyu
Peltn'sfloo Stre. . e Mnd Grer IS. ., Wfcike &Sun
day Deebo It,11.Tan