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As Easy as
Foot muscles that
rebel at being bound
up in stiff shoe leather
should never be forced.
Feet that fret make work,
fun, or even rest, impossible.
If your feet are sensitive, go
to our dealer in your town^
and ask to be shown
Look for Ibe
on tbc box.
made flexible?made with all the stiffness taken out.
It has solved the shoe problem for thousands of
women to whom new shoes are simon-pure torture.
The sole is solid and tough, but it bends like a moc
casin. The vamp is of kid, soft but tough as a board.
You'll vote this shoe the most comfortaJ>kr'You
ever slipped on. Style?all you care for. ?Wear?it's
a Southern Girl and the Southern Girl shoe has a
reputation in that line.
Tiade in all styles- slippers-?pumps?hue and button boots.
CRADDOCK-TERRY CO., LYNCSJSURG, VA.
WE BUY AND SELL
I REAL ESTATE!
List your property with us. We
think we know values in City and
Business entrusted to us will re
ceive expert and careful attention.
We offer for sale brick house, and
lot on Jail street.
Authorized to act as Agent, Trustee,
Receiver, Guardian, Executors and Ad
N. B. DIAL,
C. H. ROPER.
Sec. & Treas.
Home Trust Co.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
NEAT WORK DONE
Quick and Prompt Service
Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging.
JAMES S. BOYD, Laurens, 5. C.
Order Left in Charge of E. H. Wilkcs & Company. Phone 58.
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After The Grippe
"I am much pleased, to be able to write and thank
you for what Cardui has done for me," writes Mrs. Sarah
]. Gilliland, of Siler City, N. C.
"Last February, I had the Grippe, which left me In
bad shape. Before that, I had been bothered with female
trouble, for fen years, and nothing sejyned to cure it.
"At last, I began to take Caidui. 1 have taken only
three bottles, but it has done me more good than all the
doctors or than airy other medicine 1 ever took."
The Woman's Tonic
For the after-effects of any serious illness, like the
Grip, Cardui Is the best tonic you can use.
It builds strength, steadies the nerves, improves the
appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the
natural glow of health.
Cardui is your best friend, if you only knew it
Think 'Of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has
helped! What could possibly prevent it from helping you?
Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardui
ingredients in any other medicine, for they are not for sale
in any drug store except in the Cardui bottle. Try Cardui.
Write to: Ladies* Advisory Deed.. Ch?tta*ooi? Medicine Co.. Chatttaooct. Ttnn..
lor Sptetal Irutnuthns, m4 ?4-pue boo*. '?Home Treatment lor Womea." ?cat Ire?.
A REALISTIC BOMANCE.
(Continued from page ten )
all the time." "Well for good meats,
honest weights, and a nice all round
place to trade," advised Uncle Bill,
smiling nood-naturedly, "It's Arm
strong marke you want to trade with.
There you will find every day in the
week the choicest and best fresh and
cured meato that money, experience
and vlligant effort can obtain. The
best and fattest cattle, veal and lambs
are bought on the hoof and are care
fully slaughtered and dressed by
skilled helj) with a view to meeting
in every particular the demands of the
long list of exacting patrons."
At thas junction the bride complain
ed of Harry's yellow glossy collar.
"Oh yes. Uncle I want you to recom
mend a reliable laundry." said flcttie,
"Harry is positively cranky about his
"Alright." saul I'ncle Bill, as be
laughed heartily, if you will call up
or send it to Tin? Laurens Steam Laun
dry you need have no further appre
hension. !t has been doing my work
lor a long time, and 1 Und it the best,
.promptest and most sanitary in these
parts. It gives your collars and
shirts a natural domestic finish. The
busy delivery wagons arc seen scale
ing corners at a double quick gait
all over town every day, gathering up
or delivering its work faultlessly laun
dered to a world of customers. Besid
es .1. W. Creswell the manager, and
his corps of assistants. are ever
prompt, alert ami pleasant in manag
ing the business affairs, whether it is
for tin1 local or out of town customers,
that are reached by agencies at all
t ributary points."
"Well, said Uncle Bill, with evident
seriousness, since we have spent all
this money .in building ami furnishing
; a new house, it would be a grave over
sight lor us to delay the matter of in
surance. I think we had better go post
haste and see .Mr. .1. 1\ Tolbert. mana
ger of The Laut t its Trust Co., who
will relieve us of all apprehension and
suspense, who represents many of the
best and staunches! lire, health and ac
cident companies in the world from
which we may choose, Mr. Tolbert is
the alert and wide-awake underwriter. J
wl'.o yearly writes a large volume of I
business in the respective branches of
insurance from which we may judge
that every policy hold, r has boon
dealt with in a lair and liberal way
in the adjustment of all honest
Before the trio left the office be
wrote a policy covering the new house
as well as a policy for $.1.000 on Har
ry's life in the Southern Life & Trust
Co.. of Greensboro, X. C, which after
Investigation we found to be the larg
est annual dividend paying company
in the country.
"By tlie way" remarked I'ncle Hill,
as they reached the street I must go
over to the Enterprise Bank and get
another check book; come along with
me ami meet Mr. C. H. Roper, the
cashier, ami the president, as this is
the hank for you to open an account
with ami it is proper for you to be
introduced by some one well known
to the bank. I mention the Enter
prise Lank because the management
is agreeable to do business with and
will extend to you at any time any
courtesy compatible with sound bank
ing rules. Then too. it. is officered
by conservative men with unquestion
ed Inlrcgrlty. The bank's resources
are I10.211. It does a general
banking business in Li;? truest sense
of the term, rendering to trad'- and
to commerce as well as to its Indi
vidual cllenteils, a most satisfactory
banking service in every way. ami 1
may add it is an institution in which
our citizens feel a just pride '
"Where is a good drug store, asked
the bride. "I must have some tooth
powder ami cosmetics.'" "Right
hero," replied Uncle Bill, ''ist then
the trio happened in front of Laurens
Drug Co. ? This is our well appointed
and a most reliable drug store, and it
is Conducted along progressive lines,
too." he said, "under the management
of .Mr. C. M. .Miller. "| got my pre
scriptions tilled hero, hecnusc I know
the prescription case is in charge of
a painstaking and elfte lout prescrlp
tlonlst who Is ever prompt and accu
rate to all alike. The Laurens Drug
Company's pharmacy is ever replete
witli a large and varied stock of drugs,
medicines, chemicals and the manifold
accessories to this branch, including
the famous Rcxall Remedies as well
as Nortis fine box candles, in fact ev
erything that is needed to meet the
demands of the public. The house en
Joys the confidence and esteem of a
large acquaintanceship, and It's here'
you wil lalways want to deal." said
"Next we will go to the L. A. McCord
studio, and sit for pictures," Suggest
ed Uncle Bill, "for nothing recalls
reminiscences 0f the honey-moon in
after years so vividly as a good pho
tograph, and one taken at McCord's
gallery will be a real likeness of you.
They are not "camera snappers,"
but portrait, photographers, as the
specimen.* on exhibition at the pleas
ingly arranged gallnry and reception
room attests and that all protograph
ers are alike, capable of achieving the
same results, Is no more true than
pen. Ink and paper makes the same
author." said Uncle Bill. McCord
aside from an ample and thoroughly
equipped establishment, not only pos
sesses the art of posing but also un
derstands the worth of perception as
well, which distinguish them as
portrait artists and make for this nai
lery more than a local name."
I MADDEN NEWS |
Madden, May S.?In vain do we look
for the cloud "no bigger than a man's
hand" grain ami gardens are begin
ning to need rain badly.
The correspondent of Lisbon touch
ed upon a very line subject last week.
Not only when a disturber of the
peace is found to he guilty ami fined
should the employer step in and pay
tin- line, neither when ihey tue tried
;iinl found guilty should a petition he
Immediately gotten up "to get him
oil the gang." Such things as that is
what demoralizes labor and breeds
;i contempt for law. Why put the
county to the expense to try and con
vict if immediately some one (for
personal gains usually) thinks of get
ting the petition and Incidentally gain
perchance a wanes hand?
The friends of Mr. Watt.< Cunning
ham will he grieved to hear that he
has had a very severe spell of sickness
!>??. Christopher was soon with hint
however, and tit the pri sent time I ho
patient is better.
Mr. Cliff Cunningham and family of
Mountville were up Sunday to see
lliolr L'nclo, Mr. Watts Cunningham,
Mr. R. i. Langston and mother visited
the family of Mr. [?'rank Fuller near
j lleavcrdam Saturday night and Sun
day spent the day with Mr. and Mrs.
I I. T, A. Hallow of Lisbon. This is al
ways an enjoyable visit for Mrs. Lang
ston for it carries her hack to the
scenes of her youth.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Hcnjnmiii vis
it; d the hitter's father. .Mr. L. ('. Clll
! prison Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Griff Kin ley visited
their brother, Mr. .1. L. Elnloy Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crews, .Jr. and
Miss Lee Marlin of Laur us and Mr.
? in -r Roper of Rnbun were recent
visitors to Mr. Thai! .Moore.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. P.
Moore were glad to fee them at their
old posts in the Sunday school at
Prospect, The many friends of Mrs.
Moore were glad to know she had re
covered from an attack of Grippe.
Miss Robbie lludgons was the guest
of her l.'ncle, Prof. Culbcrtson Satur
day and Sunday. She came <vut to
take her usual part in "Children's
Mr. P. H. Martin goes to Greenville
this Week, on business.
Mr. John R. Flnley lias received a
letter from his brother in Texas re
questing that ho meet him at the Con
federate Reunion at Little Rock. We
are in hopes ho can find is convenient
to attend and meet the "Hoys" again
?<s well as to see again the face of a
brother loved, for it has been inanv
r?*rs since last they met.
The many friends of that gallant
veteran, T. it. Crows are grieved to
hear of his continued illness.
May the loth, being Memorial Day
at Laurons the committee changed the
day for working on Prospect Cemetory
till Thursday, the Nth. Lei tho;e
Inti rested note Hie change and come
Thursday the nth.
Iljatnel . arcs Cntnrrli Wltlioul Slam,
ach Rosinir, or Manej Hark.
Yes. dear reader, catarrh Call be
cured; bnt not by pouring vllt! nau
seating drugs Into the stomach,
And cntnrrli genus thrive, flourish
and multiply in the nose and throat.
Can you kill those lotlgh and per
sistent little health destroyers l?y
swallowing pills or nostrum? Any
physician will toll yon it cannot he
IlYOMfil (pronounced lllgh-o-mc)
Is a Kenn killing vaporized air which,
when hreat hfdTtrrier" through the
mouth or nose, will kill catarrh germs
and soothe and heal the Inflamed and
mutilated membrane promptly. It
gives relief in two minutes,
HYOMEI is siu. ha powerful germ
destroyer that It penetrates every fold
am) crevice of the mucous mombrano
of the nose and throat.
A complete outfit, which includes in
haler, a bottle of HYOMftl and simple
instructions for use. costs $1.00.
SOU 1(1 you need a second bottle of
HYOMBI the pi lee la only f.Oc. Lau
rens Drug Co. and leading druggists
everywhere sell HYOMKl.
We are offering a special in Jardi
nieres, at 1.1 cents. They are differ
ent shapes and colors, and are as good
as you can buy for U."> cents.
& M. A E. H. Wilkes * Co.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Wilhams' Indian I'llc Ointment will cure
mind, Hleodlng and Itcliln? Pllen. It ab
sorbs the tumors, allays Itcbfng nt onco,
ncti as a poultice. RlVCfl Instant relief.
Williams' Indian I'ilo Ointment Is pre
pared for riles and Itching ?r the private,
pari? Druggists, mall GOo and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFO. CO.. I'ronn.. Cleveland, Ohio
LAUBENS DRUG *-0.
I.anrens, S. C.
Laurens Kandy Kitchen
Has with them one of the foremost
candy makers in the South and they
are making candies that surpass all
high-grade box candies sold in this
city. A trial of these Sweets is
quite enough jtQJisk, and then you
will be a permanent customer.
N. M. PALLES, Proprietor
| Second Door from Post Office.
IF WE GIVE YOU
S FOR WHAT COST YOU
Then Cut Coupons from Ladies' Home -Journal fg
May Number; Woman's Home Companion, May ^
Number; Delineator, May Number; Good House \J
Keeper, May Number; Saturday Evening Post, ^
April 22(1., for 1-:. X. Seal Fruit Jar. Send or ^
bring to us and we wil! give JAR FREE.
Palmetto Drug Co. |
W. H.' WASHINGTON, Manager.
Formicnelin and all other Envelopes
TTie majority of motor
ists throughout the world
are satisfied users cf
Michelm Inuer Tub? ;.
Thcycre the best judges.
Loih for ?" t""J:" '
IN STOCK BY
W. P. M UDO ENS
Laurens, S. C.
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