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A BURLY BOY
is a marvelous piece of machinery. When
properly adjlisted, however, he is capable of
great things; and after he learns the use and
abuse of the dollar, he becomes a frequent de
positor at this bank.
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THE BANK3^ LAURENS
LAU RENTS, S, C.
The Bank for Your Savings.
Now is the time to ^
- - Insure Your Crops of = - - ^
Cotton, Corn, Etc.,
I Horses and Mules
Against Death From Any Cause
J. F. TOLBERT
LAURENS, S. C.
In New Office in Todd Building, South Harper St.
I?"1 A Good Example
1 am a good example," writes Mrs. R. L7BelI, of
McAlester, Okla., "of what Cardui will do for suffering
"3 suffered with my head and back, "for over six years,
and although I tried everything, I never could get any
thing 1o do me any good, until f began to take Cardui. ;
"Cardui has surely helped me and built me up and I
am so thankful that 1 have found something that will do
me good. I feel *?o much stronger and better than i have
H in a long time."
It >is well to make up your mind before you are sick
what medicine yau will take when you are sick.
? J 47
The Woman's Tonic
You will be glad to take it when you are tired, mis
erable and when life seems a weary grind. It will put
new thoughts into your head, fresh courage into your mind.
If not sick now, *it least bum Cardui on to the pages
of your memory, so that when you are sick you will ask
D for it without thinking
If sick or weak, get a bottle today. At all druggists.
Write h: Ladies' Advisory Dej't., Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Cbattannonga, Tenn.,
I tor Special instructions, and 64-page book. "Home Treatment lor Women." sent Iree.
5j To pay you the highest market
Jj2 price for your cotton seed. Lo=
S cated between two cotton plat=
R. M. Eichelberger
SCHOOL OPENS OCT. 10.
Schal Building Doing Remodeled. .Many
People Coming and Going.
Princeton. S. C?Oct. 3.?The school
building which is being remodeled bus
not been completed "mt the patrons
hope to finish it this week and open
school Monday, October to. Mr. Wel
born. the principal who is a native
of Ptckens county and a graduate of
Furman university bits arrived and
we gladly welcome him.
Mr. W. J. Bramblett, who holds a
position In Greenville spent the week
end with his father. P. J. Drnmblett
Mrs. J. I!. Brltt is visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Taylor of Lau
rens spent Sunday with Mr. .!. W.
Mr. (Jus Anderson of Ware Shoals
visited his sister Mrs. Bramblett last
Miss HaUle MrGullough of Ware
Shoals is spending a while with her
cousins. Miss?.. Maude and Ethel Sharp
Mr. and Mrs. Oul and Mr. and Mrs.
Johnson of Anderson came down in \
an auto Sunday to visit Dr. Britt.
Messrs M. B. McQueil and J, M.
Wood sp( ni Saturday in L?ntens.
A good many of our people attend
ed the StOCh show at Falrview Friday.
Mr. J. M. Wood spent Sunday with
relatives in Gret nville.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Allen of Honea
Path visited Mrs. T. 11. Carter Wed
Messrs W. A. Shirley and T. B. Dll
gan of Honea Path were iu re Wednes
day on business.
Mrs. Renmes of Greenville is visit inn
her. daughter. Mrs. W. I. Freeman.
Rev. R. <;. Lee, a student of Furman
university who was unanimously elect
ed as pastor of Princeton Baptist
church for i! ix\ year :.as act pted the
Rev. .Ir.o. C. Roper of Greenwood
the presiding elder of this district
spent Saturday n?i Sunday night at
the Methodist Parsonage with Mr.
Speer. He was here for the quarterly
meeting at Bethesdn church.
There will be missionary rally held
at Mt. Bethel church next Sunday,
October 0. All day services will be
held. Everybody is invited to come
and bring dinner.
HOW TO CURE RHEUMATISM,
It Is an I liter?,': I Disease and Requires
an Internal Itemed)*.
The cause of Rheumatism and kin
dred diseases is an excess of uric
acid in the bl >od. To cure this terrible
disease this acid must be expelled and
the system regulated that no more
acid will be formed in excessive
quantities. Rheumatism is sr. Internal
disease an<S requires an internal reme
dy. Rubbing with Oils and Liniment?
will not c ue. affords only temporary
relief at best, causes you to delay this,
proper treatment, allows the malady
to get ft flrint r hold on you. Liniments
may ea?< the pain, but they will no
more cure Rheumatism than paint
v. ill cht nge the fibre of rotten wood.
Science has at last discovered a per.
Oct jimI complete cure, which is call
ed "Rhev.Tnn< Ide." Tested 'in hundreds
of cases, j; has effected the most mar
velous cures; we believe it will cure
you. Rheumaeide "ges : t the joints
j from the inside,'" sweeps the poisons
out of the system, tones up the stom
ach, regulates the liver and kidneys
and makes you well all over. Rheu
macide "strikes the root of the dis
ease and removes its cause." This
splendid remedy is sold by druggists
and dealers generally f,0c. and }1
a bottle. In tablet form at 26 and 50c
a package. Get a bottle today. Cook
let free il you write to Bobbitt Chem
ical Co.. Baltimore, Md. Trial liottle
tablets 2Sc by mail. For sale by LAU
iRENS DRUG CO.
Breaking it Gvutly.
(From Tit-hits, i
Slmpkins always was soft-hearted,
and when it devolved upon him to
terooak gently the news of Jones' drown
ing to the bereaved Mrs. Jones it cost
him much paper, ink and perspiration
bfiSore he sent the following:
"Dear Mrs. Jones: Your husband
cannot come home today. His bathing
suit was washed away in the surf. P.
S.?Poor Jones was inside the suit."
I HI Hot TOR'S QUESTION.
.Um'. Sickness Due to Rom id Disorders
A doctor'.-, fust question When con
sulted by a patient is. "Are you: how
els regular? Ho knows that 98 per
cent of illness i< attended with in
active bowels and torpid liver, and
that this Condition must ht removed
gently and thoroughly before health
can be restored.
Rexall Orderlies are a positive
pleasant and safe remedy for consti
pation and bowel disorders in general.
We are so certain of their great cura
tive value that we promise to return
the purchaser'!) money in every case
when they fall to produce entire- satis
Rexall Orderlies are eaten like
candy, they act quietly, and have a
BOOthlng strengthening, healing in
fluence on the entire tntestlnnl tract.
They do mit purge, gripe, cause- nause a
flatulence, excessive looseness, diar
rhoea, of eithe r annoying ?>fT?**-1. They
are especially good for children, weak
persons eir olel folks. Two si/e-s. 'j:>v
and IOC. Sold only at our store-?The
Rexall Store. The- Laure-ns Drug Co.
\ ppllcatlon for Charter,
Take notice that the undersigned
have applied to Hotri, R. M. McCown,
secretary of state for a charter for an
ellemosynary corporation under the
name of Woman's Christian Union as
Malessie F. Mille r.
Oct. 1st. 1010. 10-U
(Rudyard Klyling's Latest Poem.)
If you can keep your head when all
? about you ?
Are losing theirs and blaming It oil
If you can trust yourself when all men
Hut make allowance for their doubt
If you can wait and not tired wait
Or being lied about don't deal in
Or being hated don't g:ve way to hat
And yet don't look- too good, nor
talk too wise;
If you can dream and not make dreams
If you can think?and not make
thoughts your aim.
If you can meet with Triumph and
And treat those two impostors just
If you can bear to bear the truth
Twisted by knaves to make a trap
Or watch the things you gave your
life to. broken.
And stoop and build 'em up with
If you can make one heap of all your
And risk it on one turn of pitch and
And lose, and start ag in at your be
And never breathe a word a! out
If you Cm force you heart and nerve
To serve your turn long after they
And so hold on when there is nothing
lixcept the Will which says to lliem:
If you can talk with crowds ami keep
Or walk with Kings -nor lose the
If neither foes nor loving friends can
If all men count with you. but none
If you can lill the unforgiving, minute
With sixty seconds' worth of ins
Yours is tlie Harth tmd everything
dial's in it.
And -which is more you'll bo :i
Man. my son!
?American .Magazine for October.
Ifov* Much Is Yniir Stomach Worth.'
It's worth almost as much as your
life: how much i* ihat worth? I.au
?ons Drug Co. has a remedy Hint keeps
the stomach right and makes it right
when it goes wronu
Mio nn is the name of Hie great
stomach remedy and the Laurens Drug
Co. guarantees It to i ure the following
stomach ailments and symptoms, or
Upset stomach, nain in stomach
in Ichlng of gas. biliousness^.
Heartburn, sour stomach, lump of
lead stomach, after dinner distress.
Nervousness and headache caused
by stomach derangement.
Had effects of overeating or drink
ing; sea of car sickness.
Vomiting of pregnancy of any stom
Remember money back if h fails at
Laurens long Co. or leading drueutsi'
everywhere, and the price is only
cents a large box.
\ Curd of Thanks.
We desire to take tins opportunity
of expressing to the good people of
Harmony church and Hie community
generalis our sincere thanks for faith
ful set vices rendered during the Illness
and death o' our dear wife and mother
May the Lord reward every one for
leir acts ol kindness.
.1. A. Hughes and Children.
Socks ami Stockings, Hum Dozen
Hosiery for the whole family. 7.
: s. in. 13, i-">. cents. These are
warm members and are the best val
ues that money ever bought.
Rod Iron Hacket.
See Mrs. Keller, our milliner for that
new fall hat. She will save von money.
Hats are Just beautiful i:t the Red Iron
Racket and the mice is so low you
will leel like btiylllg two hat.-. Colli'
? Ulli see.
Rod Iron Racket.
i'nclalmetl Mailer Vdwrllsed.
Mrs. I.aura Bishop, Hnskol Lolle,
Roslo DaVls, Mrs. Amanda Kuller( 0.
L, Howard. Howard Wilkinson. F. Wil
Hams Miss Janie Yai borough. Lnda
Young, I'ark Young
The above letters have remained in
tills office uncalled for for a period of
two weeks ending October fust 1910.
The owners of any of the above will
please call and say that letter is adver
tised ami upon the payment of one cent
aaine will me delivered.
' r.co. s. McCravy, I*. M .
Oct. 2nd. 1010. Laurens, S. C.
Simpson, Cooper <& Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business
Dr. T. L. Tim merman
Dia 1-0ray Block
Laurens, S. C.
100 Million Dollars
Worth of Shoes
These are stupendous figures, yet this is the yearly
amount that the South spends for shoes. As a curiosity
these figures may attract you for a minute, but the most
curious thing about them is that three quarters of this
money is regularly sent away from the South and the
South is that much poorer for it.
You trade at a Southern shoe store. You give the
dealer your money. You probably buy a western or
northern made shoe. When the dealer pays his bill, this
money, less a small per cent to the dealer, goes north or
west and the South is that much poorer.
Keep your money at home. Let it work for better
times, better wages, more factories, more work for
Ask your dealer for The Oaddoek Shoe. Made in
the South, by white labor, for Southern gentlemen. The
best shoe value offered by any maker in the land for
$3.50 and $4.00. Money spent for Oaddoek Shoes stays
in the South, and pays Southern labor, Southern grocers,
bakers and butchers.
It builds Southern factories, homes and schools.
We can support more and better industries. Let's
each do his part.
W. Q. Wilson & Co.
Have opened a full line of Black and Colored
Wool Dress Goods, Ginghams, Outings and
Flannelettes, Hosiery, Underwear, Table Linen
and Towels. Also a complete line of Domestic
Goods of every description.
Special values in Ladies' and Misses [Sweat
ers will arrive this week at
W. G. Wilson & Co.
The condition of my health makes it necessary tor me
to leave the stale in quest of a more suilnbh climi le.
Therefore, I wish to sell immediately the properly here
();:?. two-story u room dwelling; corner of Hampton
and Laurel streets, electric lights, sewerage and bath.
< inc oiie-fStory S room dwe lling on Laurel stree t, elec
tric lights, sewerage and bath,
Both of these residences! are on very desirable lots,
close in, and convenient, and in the lust neighborhood of
Three brick store rooms, with Story above, How occu
pied by the Barber Shop, Mahaflfe; i...M> and one being
remodeled. This is quite likely tl ? Only property on the
square that can be had at any prke, so grasp this oppor
tunity, Will sell as a winde Of separately.
One-half interest in Enterprise bank building. It is
not necessary to describe this modem property. Ask the
price if you mean busine ss. Now oc cupied by Swit/er Co.
One one-horse farm of 28 acres, just one-eighth of
mile out side of city limits, very desirable.
I can make satisfactory terms on any of above des
cribed property. Si nd in your bids at once as I mean
\E. W. MARTIN
Laurens, S. C.