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Round SHoiiId er s
A Sign of Old Age
It is possible for every woman
to have that erect, commanding,
graceful appearance typical of the
perfectly formed woman.
correct any tendency to become stoop
' shouldered, compel deep breathing nnd
do thin without the uncomfortable seii
fcutinn produced by most braces.
These Braces are constructed entirely
ofcluth, have no metal parts to bind,
inst and break and may be worn with
out your knowledge except as you as
sume an incorrect position.
Uexall Shoulder Braces, we believe
to be equity beneficial for man, woman
01 child. All sizes?just send your chest
rens Drug Co., 1.aureus, s. C.
Fi re less Cook Stove for every
v alk in life
The business man of large or small
affairs, the professional man. the
irking man, the women of affairs
the teacher, the rich man, and the
man less to-do. all will want a "Cal
oric" when the^ know its advantages
t ? them.
No matter what their occupation
0V station in life.
The "Caloric" way
fhe rich man cares not particular
ly for the saving, but he want ins
food cooked perfectly.
The "Caloric" will
The less well-to-do man wants Iiis
food cooked right at a minimum
The "Caloric" will
The professional man, often seien
tincially particular, wants his food
! ygenically cooked all the sur
1 ladings sanitary.
The -Caloric" will
Tho working woman with limited
t me for home affairs wants home
The "Caloric" will
Step in our store and let us show
J ?! what a great convenience, as
Well as a time, fuel and labor saver
tho 'Caloric' really is.
,V5. S. B?ILEY ?Sc SONS.
Clinton, - - S. C.
EARL C. OWENS
Phone 3 ring* 114
Gray Oovirt, S. C.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
?;v?-~ inr.tp.r,'. r.'-ILt and an absolute cure
in nil rases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Pevor. Sold tvv druggists ; mad on
receipt of prke *i 00. 1
Trial Package ?>v nriU 10 cfntf.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prw*., OweUnl, Ofaio
Laurens Drug <'o.. Laurens, s. c.
Or. King's New Life Pills
The best in the world.
TO LAURENS PUPILS.
For Kssnj on "The Five Pictures I
Would Choose for u School
KooiU 11 ml Why."
To the Touchers of Laurens County.
The D. B. Johnson Rural School
Improvement Association, of Winthrop
college, offers a large picture, a copy
of one of the masters, framed in oak
to any |>unll from the rural districts
of this State writing the best essay
Oil "The Five Pictures I Would Choose
for a School Koom and Why.'* This
essay will he examined for originality
and research. Any county hoy or girl
between the ages of fourteen and
twenty may cofhpwte for this picture
under the following rules:
1. All papers must be sent to Miss
Jolmy May Lynch. Winthrop college, ;
Hick Hill. S. C. before April 15th, 1911.
The decision will be mad.' by May ?
2. Pupils may avail themselves of
every aid in obtaining subject-matter;
bat ?? composition mu3( bo their
:> This picture will he won for the
school of the successful competitor;
not for the individual. We will he
' glad to correspond with any teacher
, or pupil concerning the offer, or con
cerning any other problem, such as
those relating to the selection and
buying of pictures, books, materials,
etc. tor the school. All such requests
should ho accompanied by a stamped
Johnnie May Lynch. President.
Franko Lesesne, Secretary.
Neil Twomey who damali/.cd Angus-'
ta .1. Kvans' famous novel "St, Klmo"
has provided a play which, if possible,
i is of even greater interest than the
book. In the title role of St. Klmo
Murray is found one of the mow. in
terest inj; characters in the entire li
brary of fiction, and this personage
when reproduced in dramatic form
becomes of even greater interest. St.
Klmo long has been one of the most
populnr novels with Southern renders
and Mr. Twomey's play which comes
1 to the opera house tonight seems des
tined to share the success enjoyed
by the hook.
Largest In The World.
Our readers have doubtless noticed
ih.- advertising of the Cortright Metal
Roofing Co.. 50 N. 23rd St.. Philadel
phia. Pa., which has been appearing ,
in the Advertiser for some months
past and we hope those who have had
reason to be interested in roofing ma
terials have profited thereby. The
Cortright Company is by far the
largest maker of Metal Shingles in
the world, and their product is well
and favorably known over the entire
Fnlted States. They are always glad
to give prompt attention to Inquiries
and to either send samples and quote
prices to those likely to be in need of
roof Inj?, or to refer them to a nearby
FILTHY STOMA( II.
Food lermentinu in Stomach Causes
a Hank Condition.
When you have indigestion your food
sours; many tlmea it actually rots and
forms Bases that poison the blood.
Take MI-O-NA StOUinch tablets if
you wnnl to change your bed stomach
into a healthy, ( lean one.
MI-O-NA is the best prescription for
upsot stomach and indigestion ever
written. No matter how miserable
you stomach fools, MI-O-NA stomach
tablets give immediate relief.
Take MI-O-NA stomach tablets,
w hich ar?> guaranteed to cure Indiges
tion. !ui(l rid yourself of tllx.zlnoss.
biliousness, nervous oi sick headache,
or mot icy hack,
Take .MI-O-NA tablets if you want to
make your stomach so strong that it
will digest the Inartiest meal without
distress, and furnish good, (lean, nu
tritious blood making elements to the
Take MI-O-NA (ablets, one or two
with or alter each meal, if yon want to
gel rid of that drowsy, tired out feeling
Fifty cents at Laurens Drug Co, or
leading druggists everywhere.
Without doubt the oldest wtudent In
any university of the fnlted States is I
the Rev, David Jordan lllgglus. a nion
agennrlau preaoho ami one-time colo
nel in the Fnlted States army, who is
attending the classes m philosophy
conducted by Prof. i. II, I loose, of the
College of Liberal Arts. Fniverslty of
On Snlesday in December next pur
suant to order Of the court In case
mi Qeo. W. Proflit et al vs. Carl F.
Prolin. I will ?eil at Laurens. S. C.
during legal hours, at public outcrf,
to hiebest bidder, all that lot of land
with dwelling house ami out.buildings
thereon, situate In the town of Cross
Hill in the county of Lauren8 and
state of South Carolina, containing
four and 32*100 acres, more or less,
hounded on the northwest by the pub
lic road, on tin northeast by lands of
i w. Simmons, on the south and west
l>\ lands of H. L. MoSwain. and on the
east by lands of .1. w. Outhrle. Terms
cash, purchaser to pay for papers. If
purchaser does not comply with terms
of sale, land will be resold >n same
day at <\>st of defaulting purchaser.
John i> OWINOS,
Shorlfl L. c. s c.
No\ 14th. luio. if.-::t ,
Corn Growers Advised Against Failure
to Compete llevnuse they have
Item! oC l'henomiuul Vields.
To the Public;
The South Atlantic Corn exposition
to be held In Columbia. Dec. r.-s. 1910,
which is the first undertaking of its
kind ever attempted in the South,
gives every promise of being a great
Tho State Corn tontest anil the
Hoys' Corn clubs have developed and
are still developing the public inter
est in the matter of yields of corn.
Now. thai so much has been accom
plished in thai direction, this Corn
Rxposition is to he held with a view
of setting the machinery in motion
to improve tin* quality of the corn
raised in this and our sister slates,
to stimulate breeding work and make
corn bring more per bushel.
No one should fall to compete and
send exhibits to the exposition be
cause he has read of one man or boy
making a phenomenal yield, and be
cause he fears to enter into compe
tition with such. At the exposition
all exhibits will be judged as to dual
ity whether they are from lots of
corn from the large producing acres
of not. Thoy will be BidentlPcally
Judged and scored and *h" torn from
a low yield field stands an equal
chance with any other.
I would, therefore, urge all corn
mowers, men or boys, who have what
they consid ?r good corn, either pro
lific or single ear. white or yellow, to
apply at once to M. .1. Miller. Super
intendent of Rntl'les, department of
Agriculture. Columbia. S. ('.. for pre
mium lists, entry blanks and shipping
lust nu t ions, and enter the compc.
tition. The prizes are numerous and
handsome, and at tho present stage
of development of corn growing one
man stands as good a chance at these
prizes as another.
10ntries should be made at once.
A. I>. Hudson.
Chairman of Clmmlssion.
HOW TO CUKE RHEUMATISM.
It Is an Internal Dlsensc and Requires
IUI Internal Remedy,
Tho cause of Rheumatism and kin
tired diseases is an excess of uric
acid in the blood. To cure this terrible
disease this acid must be expelled and
the system so regulated that no more
acid will be formed in excessive
quantities. Rheumatism is an internal
disease and requires an internal reme
dy. Rubbing with Oils and Liniments
will not cure, affords only temporary
relief at best, causes you to delay this
proper treatment, allows the malady
to get a firmer bold on you. Liniments
may ease the pain, but they will no
more cure Rheumatism than paint
will change the fibre of rotten wood.
Science has at last discovered a per.
feet and complete cure, which is call
ed "Rheumaclde." Tested in hundreds
of cases, it has affected the most mar
velous cures; we believe it will cure
you. Rheumaclde "nets at the joints
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
maclde "strikes the root of the dis
ease and removes Its cause." This
splendid remedy is sold by druggists
and dealers generally at 50c. and $1
a bottle. In tablet form at 25 and 50c
a package. Gel a bottle today. Book
let free if you write to Dohhitt Chem
ical Co., Baltimore, Md. Trial bottle
tablets L'.'io by mail. For sale by LAC
RUNS DRUG CO.
rncl,i!ineil Letters ld?.orllsod.
Miss Mary Day, Mr. anil Mrs. Clou: !;
C. Good, Mrs. Kannte Roberts Holder,
Clarence Johnson, C. 1.. Lark, L.
Mllors, Will Politey. Miss Nannie Sii
erwhlte, Fred Selor.
The above letters have remained
in this office uncalled for for a period
of (wo weeks ending Nov. 10th, 1010.
The owners of any of Ihe above will
please call and say that 1 tier i
advertlscd and upon tho payment of
one cent same will be delivered.
Goo. s. McCravy, P. M.
Nov.. 20, Iii 10. I.anrens S. C.
S'-" the speoln! I rtrifains wo are
showing on our Ten Cent Counter,
s M. B. II. Wllkes A o
Leap's Prolific Wheat.
Die Most Prolific and
Best of Milling; Wheats
Yields roporlcd from our custom
ers from twenty-live to fifty-two
bushels per aero. When grown side
by side with other kinds this splen
did beardless wheat yielded from
live to eighteen 1 ushols more per
&cre on same land and under same
conditions as other standard wheats.
Wherever grown it is superseding
all other kinds and it should be
sown universally by wheat growers
Wrice for price and "Wood's Crop
Special" which contains new and
valuable article, " How to grow big
crops of wheat."
T. W. WOOD ft SONS,
Seedsmen, -- Richmond. Va.
Wo arc headquarters for
?'Arm Seeds, Grast and Clover Seedt,
Winter V ;tches. Dwarf Ctiex Rape,
Seed Wheat, Oati, Rye, Barley, etc.
?lflr!ptlvc Fr.!l Catalog mailed free.
One of the productions to ho an
nounced for early presentatlou In tids
city is a damatlzation of "St. Klmo"
Augusta J. Evans" famous story ol
Southern life, it is the work of Noll
TuJomey. a dramatist ??t" experience,
and \\ i11 be Been at the opera house
Unusual care has been dostowed up.
on the selection of a competent cast,
und the scenic embellishment is ex
ceedingly lino. Special scenery lias
been built to Impart the proper at
mosphere tO the minutest detail.
A LIB Kit AI, Ol n:n.
We Una ran too to Cure Dyspepsia. If
We Kail the Medicine t ost Nothing.
To unquestionably prove to the peo
ple that indigestion and dyspepsia
can be permanently relieved and that
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will bring
about this result, we will furnish the
medicine absolutely free if it fails to
give satisfaction to any one usiiif; it.
The remarkable success of Bex all
Dyspepsia Tablets Is due to the high
I degree of scientific skill used in devls
| in a their formula as well as to the
i care exercised in their manufacture,
i whereby the well known properties
Of Bismuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin have
' been combined with Carminatives and
j other agents.
I Bismuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin are
! constantly employed and recognized
by the entire medical profession as
I invaluable in the treatment of Indl
I gestion and dyspepsia.
I The Pepsin used in Ilex ill Dvspop
j sia Tablets is prepared by a process
which develops its greatest efficiency.
I Pepsin supplies to the digestive ap
i pnrattis one of the most important
i elements of the digestive fluid, and
( without it the digestion and assimila
i tlon of food art* Impossible.
The carminatives possess properties
' which aid in relieving the disturbances
i and pain caused by undigested food.
This perfect combination of these
Ingredients makes a remedy invaluable
for the complete relief ol indigestion
I and dyspepsia.
Wo are so certain of this that we
Urge >'ou to lr> Itcxnll Dyspepsia Tab
lets on our own personal guarantee.
Throe sizes. IT, cents. :.o cents and
$1,00. Remember yon can obtain Rox
i all IP no-dies only at The Itexall
Store. The LlUtrcns Din;; Co.
Cook Stoves and Ranges, the larg
os) assortment of sizes and styles to
be found in tin- State Our prices we
guarantee lower than you will Mud
S. M. & ID. lt. Wilkcs & Co.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
?#_/r~^ TUB DIAMOND DRAND. s\
Lad Iva I And jronr n. .M:..i-i lot A\
t'lil.rlu-a.tcr't Diamond Tlrii,i,i//V\
I'lIM in It, d m?l Oold metalllcxV/
l. ... s. sc ,;,-.| ?ith lllne Sil Um. \/
lake no other, ?luv .>r rour V
ItruuuUt. Ask I rCIII-t III h.ti h rt
ihwiomi IIKAND l?lI.I.h. for S5
years known as HcU, Safest, Always Krliii la
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS tVERYWHf RE
Reasons why j
ipx you should
All hitch grade watches have the same number of wheels, the same
number of springs, and art" made of the some material.
The wheels in one revolve precisely the same number of times in
twenty-four hours as in all other modern watches.
The balance wheels in all accurate modern watches pulsate exactly
18,000 times every hour. Once more or less and the watch is not a per
The difference in watches lies not in the number of wheels but in the
care and skill exercised in making finishing and adjusting the parts which
compose the watch.
You can understand the importance of this by realizing that the point
of the balance wheel stall" or axle is one ten thousandth of tin inch in
diameter or about tin* size of a human hair. The least bit of difference
in lite size of this stall", even though it is so small that the most delicate
instrument will hardly detect it materially affocts the time-keeping quali
ties of the watch. Therefore the quality of the watch is dependent
upon the skill and care used in its making and not upon patented devices
and material. It is true that some manufacturers might use inferior and
imperfect jewels, hut only the best of material of every character is
used in the SOUTH BEND watch.
It takes three times as long in care to make a SOUTH BEND as any
Otherwatch of similar grade. This extra time and attention is the rea
son for the SOUTH BEND being the most perfect watch grade for grade
Watches are so sensitive to the habits of the persons who carry them
that even a SOUTH BEND, with all the rare and lime spent upon its
adjustment to give perfect time, should be adjusted to the individual
who is to carry it. For this reason we have established si large corps
of watch inspectors, the largest in the world. Our 12.805 inspectors are
our regular jewelers in till parts of the country and competent i'> adjust
the SOUTH BEND so that it will give perfect lime-keeping satisfaction
We give this service to every purchaser of a SOUTH BEND watch ab
solutely free: We charge nothing for the extra attention in making the
SOUTH BEND the perfect time-keeper that it is.
SOUTH BEND watches can be had only of authorized SOUTH BEND
watch inspectors . Retail jewelers in nearly every city in America
If you want a watch upon which you can nbsoluetly rely, and that will
keep perfect 111111' under all conditions, even though frozen in solid ice,
buy a SOFT]I BEND.
Laurens, S. C.
? Hard to Please in Shoes! j
If you're hard to please in Shoes,
Sir, come here!
N'o mntler what your preference ma\ l>c. Whether
you are n sticker for 111 * - extreme styles or con crvaliyc
shapes, - straight lasl<---lo\v instep Shoes, or ii your t.i>u
SAfcifisM rims to Im'cmIs stvles it mal
Shoes for business wear ?Stormy days foi Dress or
for any special requirements. Choice- leathers- and splen
did Shoe building;.
The Men, who wear our Shoes, have p;ood looking
feel, and thev are stranirers to all Shoe- troubles.
iuk m m us w u\**S^?( \ r?.wm
The One Price