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Kidney and Bladder Trouble* and
Nervous Debility Yield Readily
I and Quickly to Treatment with
HAGGARD'S SPECIFIC TABLETS
"A SURE CURE"
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a;e?tion and have found them to be juat what rou
claim for t)i?ni. I hava tried aeveral retnediee, but
did not Ket any relief until I tried your tablet*.
] would rli. .'i '?!?!/ recoivmend your tablet* aa ?
Bure cure for ludijreation. Your* truly.
8. H. tilt KEN, M. D.
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feed your wanted tiaauoa and put new life, vim
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leta. Be a man! If you are a woman who ia heir
to the ilia of her rex. this remedy will alleviate
your aufferins-a. Try a bos at our riak. If it doea
n .t benefit you. your money will be cheerfully
**f und ad. 60c a box.
LAUBENS DRUG CO.
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Egg Producer and Dis
ease Preventative. Ev
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Remedies sold on a per
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JLaurens Drug Co., Palmetto
Drug Co. and Hunter & Co.,
Laurens, S. C, T. M. & J.
B. Pinson, Cross Hill, S. C.,
S. N. Crisp, Mountville, S~C,
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?fffle? tn Simmons Building
ftvone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, ma thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY (LIVER AND
fit is the hest medicine ever sold
over ? druggist's counter.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mail on
secetpt of price fi.oo.
Trial Packajtc by mail 10 cents.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop... Cleveland. OUo
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laorens, S. C
WEEKLY REVIEW OF
Condition of the Markets as Told in
Dun's Weekly Review of Trade and
Suddenly breaking out of its rut,
cotton, late in the week, scored a sub
stontial advance in response chiefly
to unexpected strength at Liverpool
and large buying by spot interests
here. For some time previous prices
had backed and filled In monotonous
fashion, but the pendulum finally
swung upward, notwithstanding that
the South sold freely on the rise.
There are those who believe that pric
es will ultiamtely be carrlod still high
er, and base their contention primari
ly on the steady demand for the actu
al staple, especially from the mills
abroad. It is true that exports have
been diminishing somewhat, yet re
ceipts are also decreasing and ship
ments abroad thus far this season
have reached the imposing total of
about G.7?0.000 bales, or some 1,230,
000 bales more than Tor the same pe
riod last year. This is evidence enough
that foreign spinners, and particular
ly those on the Continent, are willing
to buy cotton around present prices,
and it is significant that even the low
er grades have been taken on quite
a liberal scale. Then too. the spot
markets at the South hold distinctly
firm and farmers are apparently not
Inclined to press their supplies for
Bale, Moreover, the large spot busi
ness transacted in Liverpool from day
to day cannot be ignored, while ;id
vlces from Manchester tell of a good
demand for cloths. Reports from do
mestic dry goods centers are also bet
tor, and. on the whole, the trade sit
uation is undoubtedly improved. Look
ing at tho other side of the situation,
there looms up the unprecedented crop
of at least 15,500,000 bales, and prob
ably unite a bit more, and this means
that a largo surplus will be carried ov
er even after allowing for the most
liberal estimates on the worlds con
sumption. It is too early to talk about
the result of the next crop, but there
is significance in the fact that the
weather has been unusually fine in
certain sections of the belt this winter,
nnd not a few people scout the idea
that there will be a material reduc
tion, if any at all, In the acreage In
the spring. While impressed by the
heavy buying of the mills abroad, the
bearish clement are not losing sight
of the light takinc by northern spin
ners, which are over 200,000 bales
smaller than a year ago. Added to all
this is the labor unrest in New Eng
land, the strike at Lawrence throwing
many thousands of operatives out of
employment and making rigid economy
From the opening of the crop year
to January 2)5, according to statistics
compiled by tho Financial Chronicle.
10.720,120 bales of cotton came Into
sight as compared with ;t.2t',t',,2::7 bales
last year and 7,993,569 bales two years
ago. This week port receipts were
334,262 bales, against 188,084 bales a
year ago and 70,S00 bales in 1910. Tak
ing by northern spinners for the crop
year to a.lnuary 20 were l,277,f>73
bales, compared with 1,480,129 bales
last year and 1,461.108 bales two years
ago. Last week's exports to Great
Britain and the Continent were 301,
S17 bales against 183,g83 in the same
week of 1911, wdiile for the crop year
6/92,438 bales compared with 6,324,
.",21 bales In the previous season.
Stocks of American cotton in the
United States on a.lnuary 20 wore 2,
197.397 bales, against 1,793,815 bales
in 1911, 1,546,389 bales in 1010 and
1,877,153 in 1909; and in Europe and
afloat 2,745,280 bales, against 2,372,183
bales last year, 2,187,331 In 1910 and
2,7 10,032 in 1909, a total of 4,942, C8G
bales, against 4,165,998 bales in 1911,
3,7 ::;.7Jo in 1010 and 4,623,185 In 1909.
HOW TO CUKE RHEUMATISM.
It is an Internal Disease nnd Requires
an Internal Remedy.
The cause of Rhe rnatism and kin- |
dred diseases Is an excess of uric
acid in the blood. To cure this terri
ble disease this acid must bo 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 ; inedy. Rublng with Oils nnd
Liniment will not cure, affords only
temporary relief at bcBt, causes you to
delay the propor 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 n
perfect and complete cure, which Is
called "Rheumaclde." Tested In hun
dreds of cases, It has effected the most
mnrvelous cures; we believe It will
cure you. Rheumaoide "getttj at the
Joints from the Inside." sweeps the
poisons out of the system, tones up the
stomach, regulates the liver and kid
neys and makes you well all over
Rheumaclde "strikes the root of the
disease and removes its cause." Thin
splendid remedy is sold by druggists
a.id dealers generally at 60c and $1
a bottle. In t biet * rm at 25 and 60c
a package. Get ab ttle today. Book
let free if you write to Bobbltt Chem
ical Co., Baltimore, Mr. Trial bottle
tablets 25c by mall.
For sale by the Laurens Drug Co.
Rig shipment? of Feather Pillows
g. M. ft E. H. Wilkes ft Co.
* WEEVIL TREATMENT IM CORN. *
The best time to handle the weevil
la in the fall, when the coin is stored;
but if you failed to do so then, it is
advisable to ?reut :t now. sine-) tho
weevil is actively at work tl cse warm
days, and will become e en more act
ive later in the spring. Carbon bi
sulphide, or "Puma," is the substance
to be used. It can bo obtained from
local druggists at about twenty-five
cents a pound, or in larger quantities
from wholesale dealers at about 16
cents per pound delivered. This sub
stance Is a volatile liquid, evaporating
rapidly when exposed, and giving off
a foul smelling gas, almost three times
as heavy r.s air. Extreme care must
be exercised in its use that neither
matches nor fire in any form is
brought near the crib during fumiga
tion, as the gas is easily Inflammable,
and an explosion would be likely to
This substance should be rtpplic 1
at the rate of 10 pounds per 1000 cubic
feet of space, or. approximately 100
bushels of torn. Spread sacks over tin
surface of the corn and pour the car
bon bisulphide over these. Care should
be taken to have plenty of room be
tween the corn pile and the top of
the crib, to allow free movement of the
man who does the fumigating. Begin
ning at the back of the crib, pour the
liquid as uniformily as possible over
the surface of the corn. The gas giv
en off being heavier than air sinks
immediately down through the corn,
and. penetrating to the weevils, kills ,
them by suffocation. Carbon bisul-j
phide is not dangerous to apply when
care is exercised to breathe as little
of it as is possible and to apply it as
quickly as is practicable. In the nv
erage crib, confine the n;>s as long ns
possible: in practically every case it
will have entirely escaped within 48
hours. Fumigation with this strength
of the liquid, so far as is known, in no
ways injures either the germinating or
feeding qualities of the corn so treat
Wilson 1'. Gee.
Assistant Prof, of Entomology.
He Won't Limp Now.
No more limping for Tom Moore of
Cochran, Ga. "I had a bad sore on
my Instep that nothing seemed to help
till I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve,"
lie writes, "but this wonderful hostl
er soon cured me." Heals old, run
ning sores, ulcers, boils, burns, cuts,
bruises, eczema or piles. Try it. Only
?J.'ic at Laurons Drug Co. and Pal
metto Orug Co.
LOCALS FROM DIALS. *
Dials, Feb. r?.?The school here now
has an enrollment of seventy-five pu
pils, necessitating the employment of
an assistant teacher. Miss Melle Bolt
of Laurons, was elected and is now
the capable assistant.
Miss Nlta Hunter, of ChlCOra Col
lege, was a recent visitor to homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. I.oftys of Greenville
visited Mr. Ambrose Holder and fam
ily last week.
Miss Catherine Hellains, of Wash
ington. Ga., now on a visit to friends
and relatives here will leave for Green
Miss Etta Brownlee, and brother,
Bascom, of Warrior, were tho guests
of Mrs. J. R. Brownlee and family
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Ruth Curry was the guest of
y s Ruth Rarksdale of Marksdale Sta
tion, Thursday night.
A good many of our farmers took ad
vantage of the present price of cotton
and sold last week. It is to bo hoped,
however. they will remember the
"Rock Hill Plan" when preparing for
Mr. I). I). Brownlee paid a business
trip to Lauren8 Monday.
Well the snow, sleet and ice are gone
but winter is still monarch, so its up
to the ground hcrf to stay hid yet a
Laurons People Must Recognize and
Kidney ills come?mysteriously.
Rut nature always warns you.
Notice the kidney secretions.
See If the color is unhealthy?
If there are settlings and sediinon:,
Passages frequent, sennty, painful.
It's timo to use Moan's Kidney Pills.
To ward off serious diseases.
Doan's have done great work in
W. C. Rrltton. 188 W. Henry St.,
Spartanburg. S. C. says: "We have |
found Doan s Kidney Rills to be high
ly satisfactory and are In a position
to recommend them. My kidneys
were disordered and the kidney se
cretions annoyed me by passing irre
gularly. I also suffered from back
ache. Soon after I used Doan's Kid
ney Pills, tho pains left me and my
kidneys became normal. Another
member of my family who suffered In
a similar way, also took Doan's Kid
ney Pills with good results."
j For sale by all dealers. Price GO
cents. Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo,
j New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name?Doan's?and
takii no other.
Special?A job lot of nice Wall Pa
per at .r> cents per roll.
8. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
HITS THE SPOT EVERY TIME!!
ITie explanation Is simple; they are Tup I
mademlh the greatest care and B I I
every ingredient has to pass the a J I
/#s/ of our; own laboratories; # f I
theresno"Iutormiss"about?oyster II 1
Fertilizers. I u 1
Sold ?By Reliable Dealers Everywhere /? /// i
F.S.ROYSTER GUANO CO.// | 1
Sales Offices $1 11
NorfolkVa. TarboroN.C. Columbia S.C. /// y]
Baltimore Md. Montgomery Til a. 5partaiibur$3.C. ^
MacoriGa. Colambus 6a.
OLD UNASS FOUNDRY.
Historic Old Structure to be u Feature
of the Many Attractions at the Old
Soldiers Reunion in Mncon.
Macon, Qn., Feb. 5.? (Special)?A
point of great interest to visitors to
the Confederate Reunion to be held
in Macon, May 7 will he the building
where brass cannon were made for
the use of the Confederate forces dur
ing the war. This edifice is known
i.s the Flnley Iron Works and still
stands at the corner of Third and Mul
berry streets within a few blocks of
the heart of the city.
Hp until ie middle of the year
181)2 it was u .med nnd operated as an
iron foundry, and when the Squth be
gan to realize that the Civil War would
last for some years, and the North be
came aware that its boast of finish
ing the whole affair in ninety days was
without basic foundation, the Confed
erate government leased it and began
to manufacture what were known as
It was one of the few factories us
ed for this purpose by the government
ami was one of the largest. Between
150 and 200 moudlers and workers
were employed at this plant and the
armies of the Shenandoah and iVr
ginia, as well as brigades all over the
South having artillery, were supplied
with cannon from the works at Macon.
Every conceivable object was u.ied
in the manufacture of the major arms.
Sen heaps were search for old
brass and Iron and even church hells
in the city were converted into cannon
by this foundry. It was kept up until
the close of the war.
A LIBERAL OFFF.R.
>?> Guarantee to itellevc Dyspepsia,
if We Fail the Medicine Costs Noth
To unquestionably prove to the
people 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 dslna it.
The remarkable success of Hexall
Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the high
degree of scientific skill used in de
vising their formula ns well as to the
care exorcised in their manufacture
whereby tho well-known properties
of Blsmuth-Subnltrate and Pepsin
have been combined witli Carminatives
and other agents.
BIsmuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin are
constantly employed and recognized
by the entire medical profession as in
valuable in the treatment of indiges
tion an, dyspepsia.
The tin used in Rexall Dyspep
sia Tabi .s is carefully prepared so os
to develop Its greatest efficiency. Pep
sin supplies to the digestive appara
tus one of the most important ele
ments of the diges' ?(' fluids. Without
it the digestion s. id assimilation of
food are impossible.
Tho Carminatives possess properties
which aid In relieving the disturbances
and pain oaiiBod by undigested food.
This combination of these Ingredients
makes a remedy Invaluable for the
complete relief of Indigestion nnd
We are so certain of this that we
urge you to try Rexnll Dyspepsia
Tablets ,d our own personal guaran
tee. Three sizes. 25 cents, 50 cents,
and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain
Rexall Remedies only at our store
The Rex-ill Store. The Laurens Drug
Co., 103 Main street, Laurens, 8. C.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPE
M. R. Favllle, M. D., wishes to an
nounce that he has offices on the third
floor of the Orler Sr. Park building.
Greenwood, and is equipped to fit
glasses, and treat diseases of the eye,
ear, nose nnd throat.
Office hours?9 to 1 and 2 to 4.
Sundays my appointment.
Eczema, Psoriasis und other skln
troubles aro caused by myriads <'t
corms nt work In the skln. Unless
theso germs aro promptly destroyed
they rapidly multiply, gnawing their
way deep Into the sensitive tissue.
This Is what causes that awful Itch,
nnc! what seemed a mere rasti
mav Krow worse nn<l develop Into a
loathsomo and torturing skin disease
with Its years of misery.
Don't tuke anv chances! Destroy the
germs at the beginning of the trouble
with that soothing and cleansing wash,
the D. D. l>. Prescription for Eczema.
A 25c bottlo will prove this to you.
We have hail experlonee with many
remedies for skin trouble but havo
never seen BUCll remarkable cures a.4
those from l). i>. i>. Prescription. In
stant relief from the very first appli
cation. _ _ _
We are so confident that P. D. D.
will reach vour easo that it will cost
you nothing if the very first full size
i.ottlo falls to make good every claim.
If you have skin trouble of any
kind we certainly ndvlse you to drop
in aitrt Investigate the merits of D. I>.
i >. anyway. Wo know that D. D. D.
will help you.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
The Man With The Dinner Pail! I
The man with the dinner pail has but one
way of becoming independent, nis own
boss; and it is by saving. Look back
ten years and figure how much you
would have if you had at that time made
up your mind to save, say 10,15 or 20 per
cent of your earrings--certainly enough
to start some nice little business of your
own. Ten years are before you?begin
to-day. No matter if it isn't but a single
dollar, we will welcome you.
THE BANK 3^ LAU RENS
CHANGE OF COUNTY HOOK DEPOSITORY.
Tho County Ho.trd of Education has removed the County Hook De
pository from tho Dodson-Edwards Drug Co. to the oihee of the County
Stipt. of Education. A full line Of all the State Adopted Text. Hooks to ho
used In the Public Schools will be kept on hand. Those books will be
sold at cost and exchanged for old books as the law provides. No books
will bo allowed to go out of the office except for cash. Mail orders will
not bo filled unless the cost of the books and express or mail charges ac
company the order.
(IKO. \j. PITTS,
Co. Supt. of Education.
CITY OPERA HOUSE
Monday Night, Feb. 12th, 1912
Prices: 50cts, 75cts and $1.00
FIX THIS DATE IN MIND
And be sure to FNPJkpFMFNT For you certainly
make no other LliU/iULlTlLli I will wish to see
The Special Production of Eugene Walter's
; Pronounced by Every Dramatic Critic in this country
I and by Two Millions, Five Hundred Thousand Persons
; as the Greatest Play of this Generation.
; Two Years Run at Astor Theater New York
Seats on Sale at Palmetto Drug Co.