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Will look the finer if
you wear some new
Jewelry with it.
A Broach, Neck
piece, Chain or Hat
Pin which your neigh
bors have not seen
before should go with
your new gown and
Let us show you
the new styles.
When you feel;
A i scou raped,
vi t,:, tired, worried or despondent it is n.
rare sign von need MOTT'S NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and
ma!:e life Worth living. Hu surr and ask for
Motfs Nerverine Pills EXfiiX
W;LUAMS MFG. CO.. Prop... CleYolnnU. Ohio
LAUREo.4 DlfUG CO.
Laurens, S. ('.
OVER 66 YEARS'
,*.*..;,>nu.Kin?iih n hkoirb nun description mn?
riuloWlf nsi'ortiiln our op/litou froo whether nn
i.-. ?'ni Imi I? prohnldr piitoiitiLhle." Coniiiiunlr.i.
ilnnaatrlctlyronlldentiiil. MRffllBOOK onl'ntoiila
Bent froe. Oldeat nuoncy for (eotiryi|l putenm.
I'ntnnta taken tlironuh Munii A Co. rcculre
rptcUtl notlee, Without chnrito, In ttio
A handsomely Illustrated w?i>kly. 1.urgent clr
??HintIon of any arlentlllo Juurnnl. Tonn?, $3 a
Tear: four montlia, 91. Bold by ?II newr-denlori?.
MUNN&Co.36,Bro?d-"' New York
Hranch OrTtco. G2S V St.. Washington. I). C.
r>00 acres of line land on waters of)
Little River, ti miles south of Laurens
C. H. In line state o fcuitlvutiou; 7
hOl'86 farm open; cheap and easy
100 small farms wanted for western
House and lot, on Hast. Main street
containing it notes with line house,
ham and other improvements on easy
t< . ins.
House and lot on Darlington street,|
In ap for quick sale..
400 acres near Stomp Springs In
f.ne state of cultivation, "> tenant lions-!
CS. i'rice $ll..r>0 per acre, one half]
cash, balance in 12 months.
TJ? acres \\\ miles of public square,)
electric lights and one of the best
farms in the county. ?12.">. per acre,
one half cash, balance on easy terms, j
Several lots on South Harper street, j
House and lot on V}, Main street, 8 1-2
acres and l."> room concrete dwelling; I
finest place in upper South Carolina
'.m easy terms.
Two elegant resldencea on Sullivan
rtreet on easy terms.
One hundred acres tillable land
within corporate limits of city, very
reasonable and easy terms.
A number of farms and other prop.
?rty for sale, see us before you pur
chase or sell your property.
Todd Building Laurens, S. O.
You Can Save $50?2
On Standard Typewriters
If you Interd io bii? a ?ypewrlter or If th?
na hinoyou have is wrxuerfit, Ihla In your oppor
t inlty toiret the ?rreatut typewriter value ?vor
t..I<:re.l for the money.
Wo will sjvp you from one-half to two-thirds on
tho coat of a atai.diird machine.
Wo Quaranta* our rebuilt typewriter* for one
1 -er. Thoy are Jjatftt a. rv it-cable and t!n juat a*
iwiat, torfilbc work ai in-vch im a Ward v the critical
i r id-mark of the ma-iufacturer. You can haV?
artv atan 'erd nink.i typ<wr<t<r >ot? prefer-rc
blllt hy oxpoi t workmen with h ?kill that makia
c?.*t*i i perfttt cooHtrurtion nr.(I net ion.
Wrtta tcduy for e.italncrue. No. 61.
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE COMPANY
43 IL'rth rryor St. Atlanta, Gccr-fla
POINTS FOB TBE MOTORIST.
Row to I.orntc Small Punctures in
Nearly every motorist has exper
ienced the exasperating task of lo
cating small punctures In inner tubes.
Tho following suggestions may serve
to lighten his trouble when he next
meets with such a mishap.
In the first place the tube should
bo examined Carefully to determine
if the puncture Is large enough to he
seen. If not Immediately visible the
perforation may be very small no
larged than a needle point and in this
ease it is much harder to locate.
Inflate tho tube slightly and hold
It near the ground. Very often If the
road Is dry the puncture may be de
tected by the disturbance of the dust
made by the escaping air.
if this tost cannot be made or If it
does not discover the puncture, pre
sold each portion of the tube to your
cheek until you can feel the rush of
escaping air. These methods failing
to locate the puncture your only
Course is to immerse the tube in a pan
of water, section by section, and watch
closely for air bubbles. Where these
bubbles rise is the point of puncture.
Sometimes even the water test will
give no indication of a leak yet when
the tube is refitted and Inflated, the
air pressure will again decrease slow
ly. You may tin n be practically sure
that the trouble starts near the nut
at the base of the vaive. This is as
suming that all other valve parts are
in good condition, otherwise when the
valve was immersed in water, bub
bles would have Indicated the leak.
All invisible leak of the nature describ
ed could be produced by screwing the
nut at tho base of the vaive too tight
ly, or not screwing it tight enough.
In either case it is safer to return
the tube to the manfucaturre. for it is
not likely that the motorist can make
a Bltisfactory repair.
h no puncture is found ii the tube,
it would be well to re-test tin- valve.
This can be done While the lire Is
mounted on the wheel. Simply turn
the wheel until the valve is pointing
straight down and Immerse the valve
in a glass of water.
This is accomplished by raising the
glass until the valve is submerged.
If bubbles rise to the surface of the
water examine the rubber security
disk at the bottom of the cap and if
this is damaged lit a new one in its
place. If you have no regular rub
ber disk, use instead a small leath
er washer or one made of cloth smear
ed with cement.
The Mlchelln Tire Company of Mill
town. New Jersey, publishes in two
volumes a complete Instruction book
on the care and repair of tires from
which the above notes are taken.
Copies of these volumes are sent free
.T. M. Ho Well, a popular druggist of
Greensburg, Ky? says. "We use Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy In our own
household and know it is excellent.
For sale by all dealers.
Oak Grove School Closes.
The session of the Oak drove school,
located five tulles east of the city, clos
ed a very successful session of eight
months last Friday and on Saturday
Miss Nannie Farmer, prlcipal of the
school for the past year, returned to
her home at News Ferry. Va. Miss
Farmer was accompanied home by her
friend and former classmate in col
lege, Miss Carrie Boyd who stopped
over Friday on bei- way from La
grange, Ca.. where she lias been teach
Ing since last fall. Roth live in I he
same town in Virginia and last year
was their first experience in the class
room as teachers. Miss Fanner lived
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. 15. Itail
ey while leaching the Oak Grove
school, and she made many friends
in that section during her stay in the
HOW TO CURE RHEUMATISM.
It is an internal Disease and Requires
uu internal Reined).
The cause of Rheumatism and kin
dred diseases is nn excess of uric
acid in the blood. To cure this terri
ble disease tills acid must be expelled
and the system so regulated that no
more acid will be formed in exces
sive quantities. Rheumatism is an in
ternal disease and requires an inter
nal remedy. Ruhlng with Oils and
Liniment will not cure, affords only
temporary relief at best, causes you to
delay the proper treatment, allows the
malady to get a firmer hold on you.
Liniments may ease the pain, but they
will no more cure Rheumatism that
paint will change the fibre of rotten
Science has at last discovered a
perfect and complete cure, which is
called "Rheumaclde." Tested in hun
dreds of cases, It has effected the most
marvelous cures; we believe it will
cure you. Rheumaclde "gets at the
joints from the Inside," sweeps the
poisons out of the system, tonen up the
stomach, regulates the liver and kid
neys and makes yotr well all over.
Rheumaclde "strikes the root of the
disease and removes its causo." This
splendid remedy Is sold by druggists
and dealers generally at fiOc and $1
a bottle. In tablet 'orm at 25 and 50c
a package. Get a bottle today. Uook
let free If you write to Robbltt Chem
leal Co., Baltimore. Mr. Trial bottle
tablets 25c by mall.
For sale by the Laurens Drug Co.
Appeal of a Southern Mother.
Wonts her son "back home."
Johnson City, Tenn., May 1.?The
following letter has been received by
W. D. Roberta, secretary of the "back
Home" Movement Association, and
sent out for publication with the re
quest that the peoplo of the South
lend their help In getting the young
man to come "back home:*'
"El bei ton, Ga., April j:V 1011.
"Mr. W. D. Roberts.
Johnson City, Tenn.
I am certainly In sympathy with the
'Back Home' movement. 1 have a son
Who has been out West three years,
and I am anxious for him to come'
back; but the only persuasion is by
convincing him that the South is at!
least equal to the West. 1 ask your
help. Please send him all the litera
ture and proof you can. His address
is Dr. Allied Oliver. Jr., Medical Lake.
Yours very truly,
Mrs. Gertrude Oliver."
Apprehending that her son's old
home town could not offer such at
traction as would bring him "hack
home," Mrs. Oliver asks that other
communities send him literature. The
Carolina, Clinchfleld and Ohio Ry.. of
which Mr. Roberts is assistant indus
trial agent, is continually asking all
railroads and boards of trade in the
South to support the "hack hone '
Suved Child Prom Death.
"Alter our child had suffered from
severe bronchial trouble for a year."
wrote G. T. Richardson, of Richard
son's Mills. Ala., "we feared It had
consumption, it had a had cough all
the time. We tried many remedies,
without avail, and doctor's medicine
seemed as useless. Finally we tried
Dr. King's New Discovery, and are
pleased to say that one bottle effect
ed n complete cure, and our child is
again strong ami poalthy." For coughs.
Colds, hoarseness. lagrippe, asthma,
croup and sore lungs, its the most in
fallible remedy that's made. Price 50c
ami $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar
anteed by Laurens Drug Co. and Pal
metto Drug Co.
Members of Holly Grove will please
take notice that 1 will preach there
next Sunday at 3.30 p. in. instead of
1 1 a. in. P.. P. Mitchell.
SO ITH K UN BAPTIST CONVENTION.
Cheap excursion rates to Jackson
ville. Fla. and return via Charleston
Western Carolina Railway, account
Southern Baptist Convention. Tickets
on sale May 15-19, 1911, final limit re
turning May 31. 1011. For rates, and
other information call on Ticket
Agents or write Fi nest Williams. Gen
eral Passenger Agent. August Gn.
BLOOD ST..NDS STILL.
Piles Can'! Be Cured Until Circulation
II is useless to try to cure piles by
operating or use of salves or supposi
tories?as lpng as the blood is stag
nant in the lower bowel, new tumores
will continue to form. Clear the blood
?free the circulation. Then piles will
leave for good. A successful, scien
tific, internal remedy is Dr. Leon
hardt's Hem-Rold, sold under guaran
tee by Laurens Drug Co. and drug
gists everywhere. Hem-Rold does its
work thoroughly. $1 for 24 days'
treatment. Dr. Leonhard! Co., station
11. Buffalo, \. Y. Write for booklet.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, S. C.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office In Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
JAS H SULLIVAN
Attorney at Law
LAURENS, S. C.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
??OLXftMk I'lIU In R*d ??<! U?M tn?ulllc\y/
V ?IwH l>oi?. iMlfl with Bk* Rll-bon. Y/
I L, JM Ol aVIoNO II? and MMI.I.M. far
'S<?F sold by druggists everywhere
SOLID CAR LOAD
Just arrived and must not stay in our shop.
Better come in and have your work done while
this lot of tin lasts.
OUALITY THE BEST
PRICES THE LOWEST
Out of town work given special attention. Yours
for the best work and lots of it. Phone or write
Phone No. 369
Laurens, S. C.
Bona Fide Sale
We have a big slock on hand, and as the spring has continued cool until
now, reducing the real spring period, we have decided to reduce our immense
stock of goods quickly; and in order to do so we are putting on this great Bona
Fide Reducing Sale. We must get rid of some of our goods. This big sale
will be a great money-saving proposition to the buyer. We will sell Dress
Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Ready-to-Wear Hats, Suits and Skirts, etc., at the
Actual Wholesale Cost, and some of these will go at even less.
Good Standard Calicos, regular 7 and S cents
a yard goods, all colors, to go In this .sale Be
Host S-ccnt Ginghams, going at.5c
Fancy Dress Ginghams, 10 and lucent goods
(lood quality of Chambrey.8c
All colors, 40-Inch Percale. 15-cent goods K l-2c
Dress Goods worth Hi 1-2 und 15 cents, to go
All other 15-cent dross goods in this sale at
35-ccnt Mercerized Silk, washable, per yd 10c
Extra 50-cent Mercerized dress goods, wash
All 50 and 75-ccnt woolen goods to go nt 42c
All 45-cont dress goods In this sale at . ,22c
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS.
75-cent quality I^adloB* Shirt Waists .. ..48c
$1.00 quality Ladles' Shirt Waists.74c
$1.50 quality Ladles' Shirt Waists.98c
MEN'S SUITS AND PAKTS.
Men's Stylish up-to-pdate Suits. Every
$18.00 and $22,00 suits for.
$12.50 suits to go at.
$'.?.50 suits to go at.
One lot Men's and Hoy's Hats, ranging in price
from $2.00 to ,?2.50 sale price.98c
Part of these Pants are Now Spring Art
All the latest styles.
$1.50 pants going In this sale at.
$2.25 pants going in this sale at.
$3.00 pants going In this sale at.
$4.00 pants going In this sale at.
$5.00 pants going In this sale at.
$G.f<0 pants, tailor made, going in this sale
50-cent Shirts to go In this sale at .. . .89c
$1.00 Shirts to go in this sale at.78c
75-cent Shirts to go in this sale at.tsc
Next Door to Post Office
Laurens, South Carolina