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Bowels. Intestinal Cramp,
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years an1d proved iafo .y 'i!irn fo
Neuralgia Pain, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" package .whic
contains proper directions. Handy box
es of twelve tablets cost few cents
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ester of Salicylicacid.
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The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are free
from nausca and danger.
No salta neces'sary, as
Calotaba act like calemel
and salt& combined. 'De
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and 35c packages, bearing
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Bilious Fever, Colds ap
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flour from the mill.
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Lauren., S. C.
PROSPECTS ARE EXCELLENT
FOR GOOD 1110]
lichilond Hank ankes Survey of Crol
('odtion inI Upper ('arolinn, Coun
There are excellent prospects fo
gtod crops in upper South lCarolimi
accordilg to a survey conlducted by tl
First National bank of lichimond cov
ering'a period through August 21. 11
most of-the collilties the boll weevil I
reported ill coisiderable quantities
but thl1s far no great damage has be
inllicted. Other Crops than cotton ar
in good condition. The detailed sui
mary of countes1. In this section fol
('ornl-ALore plalted than usual
prospects fair to good. Cotton-Abou
80 per cent of average planlte(d. Cro
two to three weeks late; well worked
ravages of boll weevil now more pro
louliced and yield low uncertain; 4
to 50 per cent normal fertilizer used
111-11y farmers using poison agains
weevil, but in minority. Forage
'Alore *danted thani usual.
Corn--Crop excellent, espectall,
early corn and large yield expecto
Acreage increased approximately 2
per cent. Corn production assisted b.
fair use of high grade fertilizer an(
nitrlate of soda. Crop expected to b4
suifficienit for needs of county and ha
generally been the case. Cotton-Con
sliderable damlage from oll weevil
hut as Yet not as .bad as expected, bu1
for this pest a large crop might be ex
pected, though tile acreage is perhap
10 per cent less than la.-t year. 'Crol
probably will be 'around two-thirds o
last year's. Amount of fertilizer use(
said to be perhaps 25 per cent les
than last year. Forage-Crop excel
lent and good yield expected. Acreag
increased applroximately 30 per cent
Weather conditions on whole favorabi
to all crops.
Corn-H--1Had 'bad start, but recentl;
weather has been favorable. Pros-pect
fair to good. Cotton-Acreage reduc
ed 35 per cent from last year. Ha
shown decided growth recently. Wide
spread infestation of boll weevil. Re
cent rains unfavorable. This is th
main crop in this county. Forage
Good crop expected.
Corn--Average increased 10 to 2
per ceit. Conditions have been favor
able although less fertilizer was used
Expect a good crop. Cotton-Acreag
decreased from 10 to 20 per cent an(
less fertilizer used. ,Expect fgom 4
t6 50 per cent normal crop. -o'Boll wee
vil is prevalent, but not much damag
noted as yet. Because of its spresence
it is diffieult -o forecast yield at, thi
time. Forage-Good crop exlpect'd.
Corn-Acreage increased 10 to 1
per cent and Yteather in northern par:
of county favorable with .prospects o
good crop. Condition in lower part o
county is bad, due to long, wet spell
this spring. On the whole expect fron
75 to 80 per cent crop. 'Cotton-Acre
age decreased 10 to 20 'per coat; reC
cently lprospects were good, .but nov1
boll weevils ar'e doing great amoun
of damage. Weather has been favor
able to weevil and prevented use o
po0ison. Imp'ossible to pr'edict accu
r'ately y'ieldl this year. Last year pro'
driced 35 1)0r cent of normal crop. Ti
year's yild frobably will lbe ar'oumni
-25 1)e1 cent of normal. Forage-.?ros
peets good and large yield exp~ectedl.
Corn-Average incr'easedl about I
'1)0r cent, a'bout same amount of fer
tilizer used. Abundant rain. Condi
Lion good 'and expect very good yielh
'Ootton--Acreage about same as las
year 01' slighltly less. About 25 1)0
cent less fertIlizer used than last yeal
'Crop) is looking fine, but weevil is 0
increase and iHl likely reduce yield a
least 25 per' cent. Forage crop look
Corn-Acr'eage at least 25 per ceri
less thlan last year, due to excessiv
rainfall thrloughlout planting' seaso
and is off fully 25 to 35 per cent I
condition 'becaus'e of lack of cultiva
Lion on account of wet weather. Col
ton--Acreage about 60 per cent les
than last year and condition off 25 t
30 per cent due to lack of cultiviatio
and fertilizer. 'Heavy weevil infests
Lion and considerable damage now b<
ing done. Appears as if wveovil will dC
stroy 9'5 to 80 per cent of spreses
crop. Forage--Large increasei
acreage and condition good. IEertili2
er--Consider'ably less used than lat
'Corn-Acreage little larger than hat
year. Expet only a fair crop. Weati
or has been too wet. Cotton'-'Acreag
somewihat reduced and expect hardl
more1' than half of last year's croi
Last year's crop was about half a noi
rnat crop. Weather has boon very we
aind boll weevil has badly damage
oro', , oae-od crop expectei
feri llizer-Considerablo reduction I
Corni-Expet good crop, Cotton
'10xipect fairly good crop if woathc
conltinues favdrable, Some. W*e0911'
iorted, blit they are ikiostly In spots.
iFarimers -ato picking u1p sqtares and
some few are using poison. A fairly
I Y.ood yiVId mally beiexpected. Acreage
planted and fertilizers uised compaire
about oil average with last year.
Corn---About Saie acreage as last
1 year and prospects good. Cotton
- Acreage about same as lust year. Pros
i pects fair. IHoll weevil will damage
i about 20 per cent. Forage-Expect
Corn--Acreage Increased 15 to 20
- per cent and condition good. 1jx pect
- larger yield than last year. Cotton
Acreage slightly less. Plant looks ex
eellent, bitt reported that it is not
fruiting so .te . 11"0 not think It will
t be possible to mo1ake as hlarge a crop
as last year. holl weevil has so flar
(ldone no great daiage. There is about
- 50 to 6t0 per cent infestation. Dillicult
) to predict yield -at this time as ui
favorable weather may result in cont
t siderable (atmage. Forage--Acreage
- increased ai( expect a large yield.
Vertilizer--t'se has beent reduced '21
to 25 per cent.
Corn---Acreage I10 per cent of njor
) al; contdlition 74 per ceit. ('otton)
Acreage 8.5 per cent of ilormal; condi
I tion 69 *wr ceot. Aboit samtoe anaontntt
3 of fertilizer used as last year. If boll
i weevil don't get too had expect to get
- 50 per ceit of normal crop. Fo'age
---Acretge larger thant last year; con
t ditioll 90 per cent.
i Corn--Late in planting and on ac
) count of wet 5!ttring somle of bottom
land not planted. 11)pland corn has Im
I proved greatly in last few weeks and
i condition may be pIut at 70 per cent
- normal. Cotton--Present condition 75
per cent. bit. weevil is on inerease and
ldestiuet lon from1 that soitree will
iamoutnt to 50 per cent. 'Recent hail
storms have destroyed about :300 bales.
C 'OL. IO)BT. E. LEE
PASSED TO BEYOND
Grandsou of ('onfederite General Stte
cumbs After Lingering Illness.
Roanoke, Va., -Sept. 7.--Colonel
Robert EA. Lee, grandson of General
Robert E. 'Lice, commander-in-chlef of
the Confederate armies, died this
morning at Virginia college, follow
Ing an illness of many nliths. lie
was 53 years old.
Colonel Lee became ill last March
and .went to -Hot Springs to regain.his
health. le lingered 'between life and
-death for. days and (lays, and then P44
licd sufficiently to be brought to Roa
noke on; a private car. -Since June lie
and Irs. Lee have been visiting at
Virginia college. lit one time his re
covery seemed probable, but due to the
condition of his heart, little hope was
entertained during the past month.
Heart disease was given as the cause
of his death.
For many years Colonel and 'Mrs.
Lee spent their summers at Virginia
He was a son of thle late W. Hi. F.
Lee and wvas horn at 'Petersburg. Af
ter his graduation from the Npiscopal
high school at Alexandria he entered
amnd was graduated from tWasilngton
and Lee university at Lexington. lie
studied law and took ill the practice
of his profression in WashIngton, re
maining there for several years. Hle
was a memuber of the Virginia legisla
ture several terms, havIng been sent
there from Rlavensworth, tile old1 Lee
home In 'FaIrfax county. Governor
-Andrew. J. BLontagute commIssioned
-hIm a coloniel on Ils staff.
The funeral will 'be held Saturday
t mlorning in the Episcopal church 'at
r Lexington and Interment wIll be In
the Leo Mausoleum at Washington and
SLee university. The honorary plali
t bearers wIll )pobably .1)e composedl of
mnemb~ers of the hoard ,of trustees
from Washington and Leo utniveralty
and the actIve Ipall'lbearers studlents of
t thlat Institution, residents of Lexing
Germanu Steamer Sinks
1London, 'Sept. 9.--The German
steamer iHammonia was sutnk about 80
miles off VIgo, Spain, according to a
ILloyd's message received here. It Is
believed that the passengers have been
The ;Hatmmonia, owvnedi by tile
'H-amburg-American SteamshIp comn
pany, and regIstered 7,197 tons, left
-Plymouth September '4, bound for for
-eign ports awIth 100 passengers aboard.
tOne message from the steamer said
she was sInking in latitude 41 degrees,
150 minutes north, longItude 10 degrees
t50 mInutes wvest.
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough med'icIne which stop the cough by
*healing the inflamed and ritated tissues.
A bor of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
t SALVE for'Chet Colds, Head Colds and
d roup is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
s hould be rubbed on the chest and throat
a of children suffering from a Cold or'Croup.
h el ofec o Haes Heaing Hone i
Sie skin oo stost combndghtehaigerco
r* toe caton amnd the
Jus, skJor-druddist for H!AYES'
What is more essE
where all classes can go
the necessity and spends
market affords in order
If the Home Theatre we
which the public could g
soon become sluggish arn
long and dull days.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes
Furniture, Stoves, Chinaware,
UVERYTHING FOR THE HOME
Cash Dpartmet Stor
DRYGODS OLTHN 5
What Bis mtorees
mrkeods affordsin hore
which thed publicm couldy,
samoods beoe sushone
long ingul day.
MunORAL:-us Speand y
/ & ComEn
Furniture Soves Alhinwre
Cash DprugTmet Stries
r ITf AT* HOEPRCS.AD AED
n t the IVag person
to rest their minds? The
much time and money' to
to make their place of busine
re to close its doors and ther
o for a little diversion, the
d cheerless, because all wor
ur money at your Home The
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing,
PAY US A CALL
Willard Batteries and Service
Prompt and Courteous Service
East Laurens Street-Phone 446
Powe Drug Company
Drugs and Medicines of All Kfids
Victrolas and Victor Records
Peoples Loan &
LAURENS' OLDEST BANK
W. A. WATTS, President
C. W. TUNE, Cashier
If better work could be donue,
He would do it.
.Home Furniture Co.
Next to Post Office
Furniture, Stoves, Rugs, Crock
ery-Complete Home Furnishers
W. H. HOUGH
"See Ilough to See Well"
Watches and Jewelry .Repaired
south side of Squiare
H. L. Roper & Co.
Lumber, Doors, Sash Blinds
We Can Furnish Your Entire Bill
for Your House.
Wharton Clothing Co.
The Man's Store
sIETANI COS US TOSEE T"
~JRSLVS TREOM TRP.
TJ '0111 1 j
Y BILLED THAT,~ Yli AW INP 'THE
1UCE THAN4 IT COST U5 TO 5EE IV~
FEW DN " WE COULD HA~VE 5UM
JR5ELVE5 A TIRESOME TRIP."
than amusement, a place
Home Theatre furnishes
secure the best that the
,ss a mecca for everyone.
e should be no place to
vhole community would
6 and no play makes very
atre and be entertained.
Easterby Motor Co.
Dodge Brothers Motor Cars
Phone 200 Service and Parts
Capital and Surplus $100,000.00
3. 3. ADAMS, President
GEO. H. BLAKELY, Cashier
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Not Only for Amusement But for
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A. L. Mahiaffey
FIRST CLASS BAKERY
Ask for Our Pullman Loaf
L. B. Blackwell
Printer and Stationer
OFFICE & SCHOOL SUPPLIES
J. C. Shell & Company
The Family Grocer
Choice Vegetables in Season
Jones-Taylor Hardware Co.
Hlardware, Agricultural Imiple.
ments, Mill Supplies, Paints,
Oils, Varnishes, Sporting Gods.
5 & J0 Cents Store
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