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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. ?
Mr. A. C. Todd spent Thursday Iii
Clinton on business.
Miss Daisy Harris, of Cray Court,
Is visiting Miss Willou Cray.
Mr. d. II. Counts rcturnod Monday
morning frosa tho inuio markt is.
Miss Mac Lock wood, of Atlanta, Gu.
is tho guest of Miss Nellie Wallace.
Mr. Arthur Little, of Clinton, was n
business visitor In the city Monday.
Miss Olynthia ..ones has boon spend
ing some time with relatives in Ne\V
Miss Catherine Hellnms of Washing
ton, Qn., is the guest or Miss .Susie
Rural Policeman S. W. Lowe of
Cross Mill was a visitor in tho city
Mrs. L. D. Pitt? and children, of
Kock Mill, uro visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs.'C. M. Miller.
Mr. Alex. Abercrombic, who lives
on Woodruff rural route No. 2, was
In the city on business Saturday.
Mrs. .7. T. Robertson, Miss Fhnmlc
Robertson and Miss Bessie Pl'etwoll,
of Clinton, spent last Thursday with
Mrs. EloiBe Shell.
Mr. Marion Wltkcs left Monday for
Greenville where he went to attend
the banquet given by the Southeastern
Life Insurance Company to Its agents.
Mr. .7. L. M. Irhy, who has been
studying law here for the past two
months, left last week for Charleston.
Where be will return to his work ns
it civil engineer. lie will however
continue his study of law and his
friends will bo glad to hear that he
expec ts to return to Lnurens to prac
MAW FA 11,1'It ICS.
But Parisian Sago Overcame Miss
krimer's Hair Trouble-..
PARISIAN SAG 10 is not guaranteed
to grow hail' 011 bald heads but it is
guaranteed by tho well known drug
gist The I .aureus Drug Co. to stop fall
ing ItaltS eradicate dandruff nud stop
itching scalp, or money back, Sold
in every town in Amerlon by 1 n linn
druggists for 50 cents a bottle. Rend
M |sn l\ i uger'ti loiter.
"PARISIAN SAGW is the best hair
grower and bcn.utlller and dandruff
cure. 1 lost all my hair through tj
nhold fever; I was almost bald! atlctl
and my sculp was as sore as could
be. Finally 1 Hied PARISIAN SAG F..
and after using one bottle my hair
started to grow, and has grown three
or four Inches inside of two months. I
advise every woman who wants benu
tItul hair to uso PARISIAN SACK."
Miss Meta M. Krugor, Browntown,
i\ For that awful cough take Bloodine
LI Cough Checker. A 50 cent bottle will
last longer than most any cough.
Bloodine Cough Checker will quick
ly allay that hacking Irritation ac
companying a severe cough or C'.dd
The safest and surest remedy for chil
dren. Keep a bottle constantly al
Laurcns Drug Co.. Lauren:-.. S, C
Dr. Win. K. Harked Makes a Remarka
ble Statement After Travelling
from the Atlantic to the
As he secured some of the most not
able indorsements to his theory, ho
does not hesitate in saying thai he will
positively guarantee bloodine to cure
sUuie in the bladder or any kidney or
bladder trouble, no matter how long
you have been suffering. Ninety-seven
per cent, of the entire population of
the United States are n III let od with
kidney or bladder trouble. In the
last seven years bloodlnc has cured
'.1(5 per cent of the cases that have been
treated with it.
Hundreds of cases of hemorrhage of
the bladder have been cured after
treatment in some of the leading hos
Itals have failed to even relieve the
patient. We are therefore confident
that our theory of treating these cases
with bloodine, is the only possible
manner in whl'd) such a large per
centage of cases can be cured, thnt
wo do not hesitate to guarantee the
efficiency of bloodine.
Mr. Hanson, the business manager,
of the Postal '?Telegraph and Cable
Co., Of Blddoford, Maine, had a stone
t In the bladder removed with six and
'one-half bottles of bloodine, after be
' lug told by all of tho leading physi
cians in his vicinity that the only way
it could possibly he removed was by
an operation. We stand ready to fur
nish positive proof of the above state
ment to any one doubting the truth of
More than five million bottles ol
bloodine were sold In America last
I year. Can there be any greater evi
dence of merit than this unparalloh fl
sale of a scientific product. No otho.
product has ever met with such as
tounding sales In so short u period,
and from a conservative estimate the
sales this ye ar will roach te-n million
bottle's. 2880 botllOS were sold in a
single day in Cleveland, Ohio; 2160
bottles wem seild in Rochester. N. "
at the first day's introductory sale, and
1 H)0 bottles in Paterson, N. ?L, In one
day. No scientific treatment has ey
or attained such success in America.
We are now supplying druggists with
bloodine, for the convenience of ihm
wishing to convince' themselves of 'I
merits. If your druggist does nol
have- it. Tho Bloodlnc Laboratory >?',
Boston, Mans., will supply you with
n six weeks' treatment (Six bottles)
for $2.50: 50c a bottle, trial sample
and booklet LOi.
* SUNDAY SCHOOL QUESTIONS. *
(Copyright, 1910, by Rev. T. S. Lln
seott. I). D.) ?
The Birth of John the Baptist. Luke
dulden Text 1 Messed be the Loid
God of Israel; for be bath visited and
redeemed Ms people. Luke 1:68.
(1.) Verse f.7 What effect did it
have upon Elizabeth when she found
out that she was to beeonie a mother?
<L\) Why have all Christian wives
who are about to become mothers,
reason to rojoico and bo Inspired, as
was the mother of oJhn the Baptist?
t:'..) Verse 58.?If oar hearts do not
rejoice, with those who are rejoicing,
what does that suggest?
( I.I What special reason had tbeco
Rood people to rejoice at the blrt'.t of
(ft.) Verse 59 When should the re
liglous education of a child coinmencoi
and lion slioulil ii he accomplished I
(This is one of the questions Ilm! maj
bo answered in writing i>\ members of
(<">.) Is there any public way today
winch we may profitably adopt In ded
icating n child to God, which in any
way answers to circumcision?
j (7.) Verses 00-63?What should bo
our chief consideration in naming a
I (N.i Why did they name this child
C?.) Would it ho folly or wisdom for
us in these days, to expect an angel
to tell us the name to rive to an in
(10.) Why did they all marvel so
much when the name of .lohn w.i <
given to thht babe?
(11.) Verso 61.?What were the cir
cumstances in connection with Jfach
arlas losing his speech?
(12.) To what extent. If any. does
doubt take awayt he speech of a
good man today?
(13.) Can you mention an old testa
ment character who because of doubt
about his power of speech, caused God
to he angry with him?
(I l.i Versos 65-66?What (lid Zach
arias probably discourse about, to cre
ate such fear in the community?
(15.) Why do sinners tremble when
the gospel Is preached with power?
(1(5.) Vorso 67- What is the differ
ence between a man filled with the
Holy Spirjt and an ordinary man?
i IT.i Are all persons who are Idled
v Ith the Holy Spirit prophets?
(IS.) Verses 68-74 What was the
theme of Zacharias in his prophetic
(19.) What part of the things ho
foretold, actually came to pass?
(20.) Would you say that all the
things that .lohn foretold would have
happened, if the Jews had accepted
Jesus and why?
(21.) Verse 75?Are al Ithoso who
accept Jesus able to live "In holiness
and righteousness all the days of
((22.) Verses 76-80?Whnt was the
character of John the Baptist and what
were the results of his work?
Lesson for Sunday, Jan. -Ist. 1912.
The Birth of .lesti.;. Luhe II: 1-20.
Bible Question Club
I have read the Suggestive Ques
tion:, on the Sunday School I.e.-,; on
published In The Vlvertiser. also
Lesson itself for Sunday
' . 191..
(Hate) the series of ~>2.
j Name .
I Address .
Your Questions Answered.
If you would like to have answered
any particular question each or any
week from "The Suggestive Questions
on the Sunday School Lesson" by Hev.
Dr. Llnscolt, send in your request to
this ofllco, giving the date of the les
son and the number of the question
you wish answered. You may select
any question except the one indicat
ed that ' It may be answered in writ
ing by members of the club." Dr.
Linseott. will answer the questions
either in these columns or by mail
through this Office, Don's forget to
state what benefit these "Suggestive
Questions'* .are to you. Give your full
name and address. Send your letters
tO "The Question Kdltor of The Ad
vertiser, Laurens, s. C."
fldO llenard, $HM>.
The readers of litis paper will 1)0
pleased to learn that there is at lwist
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all Its stages,
and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive eure now
Known to the medical fraternity. Ca
tarrh being a constitutional disease,
requires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system,
thereby destroying the foundation of
the disease, and riving the patient
strength by building up tho constitu
tion and assisting nature in doing Its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith' In Its curative powers that they
offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any
case that It falls 10 CUl*e. Send for
list of t- Bllmohlals.
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Sold by druggists, 7oc.
Take Mali'? lainllly Plilfl for constl
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t if ? <1 ? * * * * * * * * ? *
Editor The Laurons Advertiser:
Will you allow me a little space in
your valuable paper, l have some
questions 1 would like to ask. Do
we really and truly live in a civilized
land? Do men respect the law of the
land? Are sve making any progress
along moral lines? Now if this Is
truly a civilized land, 1 would like for
some one to explain some things to
me. To make myself clear, as a few
of us gathered at Chestnut Ridge for
Sunday school you could hoar shot
after shot all over the country. I say
It's a shame and an outrage* that men
should so forget themselves as to
take Sunday for a day to hunt rab
bit-; and so disturb the pence and
quietness of this day set apart for
I dare say others besides colored
people were doing the sh?otinf. What
say you all?
?\. 11. Moore,
Laurens, S. C,
? Route 5
.Ian. 7. 1912.
hit. I.KOMI AKDT'S l)IS< OYLltY.
Ifcm-Kohl Will Interest Kverj Person
Who lias Piles,
The public is indebted to Dr. .1. S.
Leonhardt of Lincoln, Nohr., for years
of study of the treatment of piles, and
for his discovery of a HUCC? sful rein
ody, taken Inwardly, which livens up
the stagnant blood circulation and re
duces the swollen vessels. Dr. el on*
hnrdt's proscription Is IIE.Vf HOI D,
sold by Lnurena Drug Co. and ;.ll drujt
gists, at *i for 21 days' treatment.
Guaranteed to give satisfaction, Dr.
Leonhardt Co.. Station M, Buffalo, N.
v. write for booklet.
I (Prom the Tail River Globe.)
e Latest isooks
The book lover will find our
store a treasure house filled with
books of every nature. The lat
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Classic Fiction?Classic Poetry?
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Palmetto Drug; Company
W. H. WASHINGTON, Manager
A Thankful Spirit.
Who can measure (ho worth of a
thankful spirit? It sustain.-, and keeps
ono long after loved oiks and prop
erty aro gone. W, li. Jordan,
?- " \
In a Minute.
"Ifl my hair coming down?" railed
tho matron, "It will |,0 In a minute,"
answered i lie m . i/i . ?
stairH for k now; '" 8?,n8 Up'
We have just closed one
of our most successful
business years and we take
this opportunity to thank
our many friends and pa
trons, wishing them, one
Canary Island Soil.
On tho Canary Islands tho soil In
?o rich that It Is devoted almost ex
clusively to the cultivation of the vino
nnd fruits and most of tho food con.?
sinned has to bo imported.