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iWbmen, worn and tired from overwork, need a
tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will
~ot leave you of itself. You should take Wine of
Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and|
weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have
tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great
benefit it has been to them. Try it?don't experiment
?use this reliable, oft-tried medicine.
The Woman's Tonic
UTra. Rena Hare, of Pierce, GFla., tried Cardui and afterward
wrote: "I was a sufferer from all sorts of female, trouble, had
pain in my side and legs, could not sleep, had shortness of breath.
"I suffered for years, until my husband insisted on my trying
CarduL The first bottle gave me relief and now I am almost ivell.
Try Cardui. 'Twill help you.
> AT ALL DRUG STORES
Big Reduction in
For the next 30 davs.
Five dollar Cabinets going at $3.50 a dozen.
All other sizes in proportion.
Picture Frames at 25 per cent off regular
Contest closes Monday Night
August 16th, at lo o'clock
Contest was to close August 15th, but this being Sundn.v we have
deciJ ?'! t?> run <>n Monday.
We are getting in the home stretch. The race is on in ox
citing force. KAN-TAZ is how the drink ot 1 >ur. It is doi
llirhtful and refreshing. See how your choice is lit I up and eoir.e
clown to our fountain nml InMng your friends with you ni)d drink
the drink tliat help-* you think* IT'S RKD I'TS BlC'li. Make
your Choi <.? t!te wipn. r.
! "! ! i \VKKk> LIST
Mamie Sexton 231 Crystal Kay t
Maggie Barkidale |dh? H-n t '
Sarah Biehoy 140 ky}?:reW ' '"'
. ... ' feline CJrnv S't
,na Hettie Lake
Inez Hudgebs TSAIlie Bnbb 7,;
IInttio Roulwnre 101 Virginia Simpson 77
Jennie Fleming . |*S Kdna Sit greaves .. 7:'
May mo Ferguson 20 Sarah Bolt
Don't forget bur stock of 10 cents Music* 6Ver 1000 Sheets
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
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J- ':- !? J. P. Don h, S<
We hope to merit the ! usiness of the ptt!>lic at large
App!j to us foi tej ms
?| Southern Co-operative
?2 Gray Court, 5. C.
?u.sities placed with this firm will receive prompt
LOCAL AND ?ERSONAL MENTION. ?
Miss Grace Oell James of Bishop
vllle is visiting at Rev. W. K. Barre's.
Mr. Heber Barre of Lexington is the
guest of Kev. W. E. Barre.
Mr. J. O. Owings and son. Master
Karle Owings. left Thursday tor an
extended mountain trip.
Mrs. Bobert Boyd and children of
Kkotn have gone to Cotniuerce, Ga.,
to visit relatives.
Mr. tt. A. Cooper made a business
visit to Greenville Wednesday.
Miss Lynn Smith of Union Is vis
It inn friends and relatives In the city.
Miss Lois Reece of Anderson arrived
in the city last Tuesday for a visit to
Mrs. Ohus. W. McCravy.
Mr. A. J. Taylor was In Laurens
for a few days last week making ar
rangements for his early removal to
the city from Sedalia. t'nIon county,
where lie has resided for the past nine
years with Mr. .las. H. Minter as man
ager of the store and other business
interests there. On the tirst of Sep
tember he will take a position here
with 0. B. Simmons AL- Son. After a
short stay here Mr. Taylor left
Thursday for a visit to Greenville
Miss Nellie |). Thomas of Mlllville,
N. ,L, Is visiting her cousin. Mrs. .lohn
Miss Bessie McCarley of Elber ton,
Ga.. Miss Klise McCarley ami their
brother. Mr. Nat .McCarley of Clinton
have been recent visitors at the home
of their uncle, Mr. J. N. Iludgens.
Miss Emma Shockley of Newherry
is visiting her cousin. Miss Bessie
: Moore, an I other relatives in the city
and < ounty.
Miss Cay Sullivan is visiting rela
tive.; a- Traveler's Best.
So in 3 of the finest and most beauti
ful motion pictures are being nightly
exhibited at the opera hottt-e. The
Dims now being used by the I.aureus
management have not been manufac
tured dyi r two weeks and rh.e subjects
are till new. Yoti who are staying
away are missing something line.
These pictures, being new and of su
perior (|Uality, are costing a good
deal of money, and the public ought
to show their appreciation of them,
its well ti3 cd' the efforts of the man
agement to give good service here,
if they are not well patronized the
motion pictures will have to i>.> given
up as they are :<>o expensive to be
shown to small audiences.
Married -Oil August the "d.h. at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Kay.
Of Watts, mill. Mr. Chas. P. Myers of
Newherry, to Miss Dora Kay of Watts
mill. Lev. A. T. Stoudottinii e oillciat
Mr.. R. ('. Wallace and son. Mr.
Woodtin Wallace, of Alma. s|>"iit last
Thursday with Mrs. Wallaces sist.-r.
Mrs. .his. T. Crews, in the city, corner
Simpson and Chestnut streets.
Mr. W. o. Barksdale, telegraph op
erator at c. & w. c. office, in Spartan
burg, visited his parents, Mr. and. Mrs.
D. C. Barksdale, from last Thursday
until today when he returns to his
Miss Katie Greylish, a well trained
nurse from Columbia, is visiting her
old home in the county.
Mr. Henry Counts has returned from
[on extended trip to Asheville ami other
Miss Beta Meredith returned last
week from a short stay in llenderson
Married On AtlgUSt the (Ith. a' the
home of Mr. Luther Kinn at I.aureus
mill. Mr. Bob Kinn lo Miss Mary Korr,
both of I.aureus. Rev. A. T. Stotldeu
Mr. C L. Cray was expected home
last night from HendersbnvHle after
?> visit of a day or so to Mrs. Gray and
little ein lite,
Mr. .'. Monroe Swindler, represent
^ itlg the Atlanta .loill'llill, is in t'.i- city.
f Messrs. Julian Blackwell a:; ! Lyl
f .looiv are expected home lodr.j from
_ t n 1)1 || to I 111?-T)
>v Mr. J. i i. Watts went to Ai iie\ II1 o
T *uinln> to ????.d a few day ? \ l?ii Mrs.
r wa- It ti ?? city 1 st ween . h?ht
K ,e \i ?- ! ? 11 Ltu'iwioii iclii Ir.u I
k M ?- ??... Si : Ii V tw K' \ I 'oo'pe
r C \ pou ?: and s. i: I ?
k i lie '. et d'iii ?' ? e-titiion at Q iki
>. church Saiurday.
. Married (hi Viivust Mb. m l!i
m paisotiaite :?!' (he Speoml Bapti
I liuireh, l.aur 'iis. Mr. O. C. Si I i
to .Mj-s Maud tin n.ten. botli ot La
rer.s. Rei ? A. T. Stu'i leiin
C. I, < 'honey ro?' the last i." yej : -. and
believe hl in perfectly honorable in nil
business transaction/ ari l financially
able t.i carry put any obligations
indde !>\ hi.4 firm,
WALDING KIN'NW & MARTlNi
Whol ?sab- I): ilgglsfS. Tolod >. 0
Hall's Catarrh Cute is iaken Inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the Kystom.
Testimonials sanl free. Piice V>
per bot (In, Sohl by all Brtlggls'.s,
Notice of Stockholders Meetings
The Annual ineetlua of the stock
holders of the People* Loan ? Kx
change Bank. Laurens, s c . will b<
held In the ?ftice of the Bank, at Lau
renn, s. C. oh Tuesday, \ugUsl \i\
IfiOfj, at : > o'c i. k n..
W, a. WATTS,
C w ftuViar,
Cashier. ., GJ it.
Makes Ice Cream
at cost ol 1 cent
Use one package of Jell-O Ice Cream
Powder, one bottle milk?mix and freete.
Nothing more. All ingredient* in the
package. Makes 2 quarts of Cure. Delic
ious Ice Cream in 10 minutes. Croccrs
sell 2 packages lor 25c. Book of Recipes
Tht Genesee Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N. V.
THK "RUR SHIRT" RKl'MON.
Members of s.nttii Curoliita'.s Fa minis
Organization Meet in Vndersoii.
Anderson, s. P., July 10.?Col. J. C.
Strlbllng. temporary chairman of tha
"Red Shi::"' reunion to be li1.1 In
Anderson August 21-25, today Issued
the following statement:
"in accordance with the action of
tiio council of 'Red Shirt' men, held
;it Anderson on the 24th of June* I
um authorized to announce thai a
rally of the 'Red Shirt' men of South
Carolina will be held in the city of
Anderson on the 21th and 2.1th of
August, til which time u state organ
ization of the survivors of the memo
i ruble campaign of IS7H will be form
ed. Fach county is requested to cull
a tu >??(":!:?- or. the first Monday In
August, or on some c?hvohieni day]
thereafter, of the inch who w.o.? (he
red and Kent! a larg<? delegation i"
the Anderson meeting. I-Jvery man <>;?
buy w!>.<> was with the Hampton 'Reil
Shi:!' campaign is Invited to join in'i
the grand parnde of the 2."th, either
mounted or or foot, and wear a red
shirt* which may I ? liiud? of cheap
calico or other material*'
( holera liii'aiitani ( urcd.
"Something like two years nuo thy
baby, which was t'teii nbout n year
obi. "Aas taken seriously ?i with chol
era Infantum, vomiting find purging
prol'ttsety. writes i K. fxempsey, of
!> 'inpsey. \! >. ! did what I could
to rolP?ve her but did no good, and
heina very much alarmed about her
wont for a physician but fulled to
ill i one. ><? enme hack by t;i<t.?r tiros,
& Carter's store and Mr. Klder recoin
memled Chnmberlnln's Colic. Cholera
and Diarhoea remedy. I procured a
bottle <>! it. went home as quickly as
possible nnd gave the baby a tlose of
the remedy. it relieved her In fif
teen minutes and soon cured her en
tirely.", For sale by the Lumens Drug
One-fifth of the country's wealth Is
represented in the New York stock
f'hnmberlninN ( idle. Cholera and Di
arrhoea Reined) Never Known
"I have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera und Diarrhoen Remedy since
it was first introduced to the public
in ISTl'. Slid have never found one
instance where a cure was not speed
ily effected by Its us?. I have been
a commercial traveler for eighteen
years, and never start out oil a tri;>
without this, my faithful lidend." says
11 s N'i* hols of Oaklnnd, lud Ter.
For sale by the Ltiurens Drug Co,
Rurope has 20.000 newspapers; of
which (icrinany possesses the largest
number. KtiKlawl, however* has (he
greatest number 6f cUihy nowajiupei's,
It co<*ls Monej tu Filial.
it i n,:, inor ? i; >on dim*t Vout
house Wears oil' If not |>a luted Then
it erst money to repair It and mone>
(o i>r?.*t:* li it doi.'t rosi much money
S ddier Hulks Rcnlli Plot.
the i .riiegran;
i hckjleerel of l nn? i lf?*.
\ Fi ? -r .
one secret of long life. Hi- inetho'l
deals with the Mood. Hut tomi iuo
mitllons of Americans I proved
Klectrlc Ritters prolongs* lifo und
make ? it worflf diving I ? !?ui
enriches ami vitalizes the >lood
builds waste*! nerve cells Imnnrts
life anil lone to the crtl (v ? system,
it is a godsend ??> w>?'k *iek ini'l de
bilitated oeopi ? ' Kidm-y (rouble
had blight ' l rny liffi for 'months'.
Writes w v 9h??m.*?n of CtisMn*,
M.?. "but Kjectrlc Rittet* cured m*
entlrelv " Oiil f w the l.aar^is
Driifi <'o and the Palmetto Drag Co.
It cost very little
to wire vour house
Electrically lighted homos are more comfortable
and cosy, more healthful than those heated l>> old style
lamps?there is no smell and very little heat. With
electricity you can not only light your home but can
run Churns, Sewing machines by using a small motor
attachment, you can do your ironing In- using our
electrical heating irons, you can do all the cooking with
electricity with our electric stoves. The house can be
kept c^ol by using eithet a ceiling or desk fan. A
home tilted with electricity i* in.iced a luxury as well
as a delightful necessity. See us for other uses to which
electricity may in
w ill be surprised
ptst. I.et it
-it's so low.
tell von the Cost?you
J. H. Boyd & Co
Phone No. 240, Laurens, S. C.
Land and Water!
See me about sellitig that propertj of yours or about
buying before not. buy. (Vet my plan ii ttevet failes when
I can get a buyer.
I have a lot of choice property in Clinton for sale, write
or phone me and see it" 1 can interest you.
P. S. Jeans
CLINTON, 5. C.
Bell Phone, No. 75
Where is Your
A man's sal a ris represents his etiergry in dol
lars and cents. Mis savings from his Wages might
be said to represent his surplus etiergry,
We want every man oti salary, every wage
earner, to know of the many advantages and con
venient features of our Savings Department.
If you will call at the bank, our officers will
gladly answer any questions or give any inform i
tion you may desire before opening ati account.
THE BANKS^ LAURENS
The Bank for Vour Savings.
^ LARGE PROFITS
$ IN REAL ESTATE ,
" Suppose you had bough! !:!?:.'.!, ESTATE five J
or tw J
What would your |wfi! have Iwer.iiiovVi 5
Why Hot jiW.'lt by fho [>r,s! m mfmw foh lh< ?'
future. Five vears Iron now there will he in- ?"
crease in values as lartfe per cent as in the past w1
We have for sale lota With i r without buil lings
\ and nice farms an I will make suitabl i terms, jS
$ Laurens Trust Co. ?
la C. A. Power. Msr. tfeai Estate Department.